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BUFFALO EXPRESS, TUESDAY. JULY 20 18*19. THE BUFFALO EXPRESS T l 'K S T I A Y . J U L Y 2 0 , 1809. CITY AND VICIN ITY^ A d v e r t i s e m e n t s f o r t i i e W e e k l y . T h e W k k k l y E x p r e s s n o w c i r c u l a t e s in • v e r y d i r e c t io n th r o u g h o u t W e s t e r n N e w . ■York, 1’en n s y l v a n ia a n d O h io, a n d is t h e r e lo r e a v e - y v a l u a b le a d v e r t i s in g m e d i u m for B u ffalo m e r c h a n t s . A d v e r t is e m e n t s in te n d e d for t h i s w e e k ’s issu e s h o u l d l>e h a n d ­ e d in b e f o re tw e l v e o ’c lock to - d a y . s c h o o l, is co m p lete d . M rs. B r y a n w ill con- tiu u e , aa h e r e t o f o r e , to g iv e h e r b e s t effortg to t h e in a t r u c ti o n of t h o s e c o m m i t te d to h e r ca r e , a n d t h e S e m i n a r y w ill b e g i n i t s n e w te r m in S e p t e m b e r , t o e n t e r , w e t r u s t , u p o n a n e w e r a of p r o s p e r i t y a n d u s e f u ln e s s . W e k n o w few t e s c h e r s w h o a r e so w e ll en ­ title d to th e co n f id e n c e of p a r e n t s aa M rs. B ry a n a n d h e r a b l e a s s i s t a n t s . IMPORTANT PROJECT. K t C I T Y N O T E 8 . flo o d w e a t h e r fo r co r n . T h e C e n t r a l P a r k w i l l so o n be l o c a te d . W e d o n ’t p e r c e iv e t h a t t h e d o g nuisance, t n s sufTered a n y a b a t e m e n t . T h i r t y live of th e b e l l s o f S t. J o s e p h ’! o l d m e are rin g a b le . T w o c a s e . n o f s u n s t r o k e a r e rsj»orted to b iv e t a k e n p lace i n t h e c i t y y e s t e r d a y . T h e F o u n ta i n co m m i t te e h a s p r o b a b ly b e e n su b s id iz e d b y t h e so d a w a te r vendors. Do th o p l a n s fo r t h e n e w w a t e r w o r k s In c l u d e d e s ig n s for t h e s e p r o m ised d r i n k i n g fo u n t a i n e ? A b o u t 200 d e l e g a t e s le f t f o r K o c h e s ter y e s t e r d a y to a t t e n d th e S a e n g e r f e s t. F ifty i* o r c w ill B tart t h i s m o rn in g . T h e fo u n d a ti o n fo r th e p r o j e c t e d new - f r o n t t o th e F irs t C h u r c h w ill u n d o u b t e d l y y i-t liecom e a puzzle t o local a n t i q u a r ia n s . ^ A n n K e lley , for b e in g u n a b le to co n tr o l li - r to n g u e , w a s s e n t t o th e W o r k h o u s e for * x t y d a y s . * h a r le s M a c k w a s t a k e n in t o cu s t o d y yes- 1 -inlay on t h e ch a r g e of p i c k in g a w a tch m b of t h e p o c k e t of o n e W m . H o lm e s . I t is su r m ised t h a t t h e fa m o u s clu m e of 1.,-lls at. S t. J o s e p h ’s C a t h e d r a l w ill be re a d y b y th e t i m e S t. P a u l 's sp i r e is co m ­ p l e t e d . T h e D irecto rs of t h e E rie C o u n ty S a v in g s B a n k a r e a b o u t a d d i n g n e w b e a u t ie s to th e in t e n o r d e c o r a t i o n of t h e i r m a g n i t i c e n t bu ild - *®K- C a p t . S h e r i d a n a n d a sq u a d of policem e n b r o k e u p a d a n c e in H a w l e y s t r e e t S u n d a y e v e n i n g . S ix of th e m a le in m a t e s w e re b u e d SID each fo r d i s o r d e r ly c o n d u c t . ? B. 11. C o lg r o v e , E s q . , A s s i s t a n t C ity A t- to r n e y , h a s g o n e t o ru s t i c a t e a few w e e k s . i . W . H in s o n , E s q ., w ill be t h e c i t y ’s law j e r n>I interim. T h i r t y - s i x a r r e s t s w e r e re p o r t e d M o n d a y m o r n i n g . T h i r t y - t w o of t h e p r i s o n e r s w e re c h a r g e d w i t h l«cing d r u n k a n d d iso r d e r ly , a n d th i r t y - o n e w e re lin e d from live t o tif- ie e n d o l l a r s each . O u r g e n ia l an d e n t e r p r i s i n g to w n s m a n , C o l. K. F . A t k i n s , h a s co n n e c t e d h im s e lf v i t h th e fo r tu n e s of th e B u ffalo Krenituj Pont. A fo r t u n a t e ac q u i s i t i o n fo r “ t b e in ­ d o m i t a b l e . ” A m a t c h g a m e w a s p l a y e d o n M o n d a y ivftr ru o o n b e t w e e n t h e U n io n B a s e C lu b of B la c k R o c k a n d th e E r i e of B u ffalo. T h e la t t e r w o n b y a sco r e of s i x ty - t w o to fo u r t e e n . A fo u r y e a r o l d n a m e d J o h n B u rg e r , Trhose p a r e n t s liv e a t t h e c o r n e r of C o u r t a n d M a in S treets, fell te n fe e t i n t o th e c e l l a r y e s t e r d a y a f te r n o o n , b u t w a s ap p a - je n t l y u n h u r t . T h e now tr a c k la i d a t th e ju n c t i o n of M a i n a n d N i a g a r a s t r e e t s is o n l y to en a b le ih e e a r s o n th e la t t e r t o r u n alo n g s id e t h o s e o f th e fo r m e r w i t h o u t t h e in c o u v e n ie n c c s o f t h e o ld a r r a n g e m e n t . O n o o f t h o “ y o u n g e s t i n h a b i t a n t s ” o b ­ s e r v e s t h a t “ t h o m o o n h a s g o t a piece b r o ­ k e n o ff.” N e v e r t h e l e s s th e r e is lig h t en o u g h fo r t h e b a l m y ev e n in g s t h a t follow th e s e h o t d a y s , w h e t h e r fo r d r i v e , p r o m e ­ n a d e , o r a sail o v e r t b e cool . w a t e r s of th e b a y . S |* e c u l a ti o n is rife as t o w h e t h e r t h e b l i n d m a n w i t h th e little b o x , a t th e c o r n e r of M a i n a n d N i a g a r a , i s a n o r g a n - g r i n d e r o r % ■ventriloquist. W e in c lin e to t h e o p inion t h a t th e m a c h in e h e h a s is o n e of th e •• m i ll s of t h e g o d s ,” i t g r i n d s so ex c e e d in g sm a l l . A n y w a y , h e o u g h t t o b e e n c o u rag e d b y a su fferin g people. S o m e h a l f dozen sp e c k le d to r t o i s e s an d ai l i k e n u m b e r of h u g e “ s n a p p i n g tu r t l e s , ” as th e y a r e p o p u l a r l y ca lle d , h a v e b e e n co n ­ s i g n e d t o a p p r o p r i a t e q u a r t e r s in t h e m u d d y ta n k t h a t o c c u p ies t h e c e n t r e of th e < o u r t H o u s e P a r k . A few fro g s a n d w a te r s n a k e s , a n d a sp e c im e n o r t w o o f th e lizard k i n d p e c u l ia r t o o a r w a t e r p i p e s s h o u l d be a d d e d fo r v a r i e t y a n d to “ m a k e th i n g s liv e l y . ” _ __ ________ V e r m o n t S t r i n g . — T h e w a t e r s of th i s c e l e b r a t e d s p r i n g w h ich is l o c a te d in S h e l ­ d o n , F r a n k l i n c o u n t y , V t . , a r e said to be v e r y efficacious i n re m o v in g c a n c e r , sc r o f u ­ la , k i d n e y d iseases, a n d all im p u r i ti e s of th o b lo o d . D e t a i n e d L e t t e r s . -T h e fo llo w in g l e t ­ te r * a r c d e t a i n e d a t th e B u ffalo P o s toffice f o r n o n - p a y m e n t of p o s tag e , a n d w i l l be a e n t to th e D e a d L e t t e r O ffice, J u l y 24: M r*. L. J . M a r ta ! .?, N e w V o r k c i t y ; M rs. A n n P a l m e r , B u ffalo ; E z r a H a r r i s , N o r th B u f f a lo . __ T h e W e a t h e r . — T h e fo llo w in g are th e Ih e te o r o l o g i c a l o b s e r v a t i o n s fo r J u l y Ifftb , ta k e n a t t h e Y o u n g M e n ’s A s s o c ia tio n L i­ b r a r y : Tim e . Bar. Tlier. W ind. S k y . 7 A.. M. 29:34 70 N. W , L ight. Cloudy, j p . U. ' 29:36 8 7 ; >*. W ., “ 0 P. 11. 29:34 09 N . \ ' m p r o T t m f» I - O t I n c r e a a l a g C o m m erce. B u ffalo R i v e r i s g r a d u a l l y b e i n g le n g t h ­ e n e d a n d d e e p e n e d t o m a k e room fo r th e s t e a d i l y in c r e a s in g co m m e r c e of th e lak e s a n d ca n a ls, a n d as t i m e p a s s e s w e h o p e t h a t th e so u t h ch a n n e l w ill b e c o m e a s w e ll d e ­ fined in t h e g e o g r a p h y of o u r h a r b o r as i t is in < ie n . C r a m ’s m a p . T h e w o r k of e x c a v a ti n g th e rock h a s a l ­ re a d y co m m e n c e d , a n d n o w w e u n d e r s t a n d t h a t t h e E r i e R a i l w a y C o m p a n y h a v e t r a n s ­ fe r r e d to th e D e la w a r e a n d H u d s o n C a n a l C o m p a n y a f r o n ta g e of e i g h t e e n h u n d r e d fe e t ab o v e th e to l l b r i d g e . T h e p r ice p a i d is re p o r t e d to h a v e b e e n ${>*) a fo o t. T h i s co m p a n y a r e la r g e l y in ­ te r e s t e d in t h e can a l b u s in e s s , o w n i n g th e D e law a r e a n d H u d s o n can a l a n d m a n y boat**, b e s id e a n u m l x r of m in e s a t H a w ­ ley, P a . T h i s co m p a n y p r o p o s e to e x c a ­ v a t e t h e ro c k fro m th e b o t t o m to a suffi­ cie n t d e p t h to a llo w v e s s e ls to lo a d w i t h coal a t t h e i r d o c k , w i t h o u t a n y m u n i c i p a l aid . W o r k o n t h e coffer d a m s h a s a l r e a d y lieen co m m e n c e d b e lo w th e U n i o n Iro n W o r k s , a n d th e w o r k w ill, w e u n d e r s ta n d , lie p u s h e d fo r w a r d e n e r g e t i c a l ly . J t is p o s s ib le t h a t th i s m o v e m e n t m a y h a v e t h e effect of b r i n g i n g d o w n th e p r ice o f a n t h r a c i t e coal in B u ffalo. (J. A . R . — T h e G r a n d E n c a m p m e n t of t h e S t a t e of N e w Y o r k co n v e n e s a t N e w Y o r k c i t y on W e d n e s d a y . T h e d e le g a tes ap p o i n t e d to re p r e s e n t P o s t C h a p i n are en. W m . F. R o g e rs, C o l. J . W e b b e r , S u r g e o n T . M . J o h n s o n , M a j o r G . D . W . C li n t o n , Col. C. O . S h e p a r d , M a j o r W . S. B u ll, G e n . E. W . B e n s o n , C o l. G e o rg e N . B a k e r , M a j o r J o h n N o r r is , C o l. II. F ia c h . D o u b l e B o n d s . — Y e s te r d a y a M r. B . waa a r r a i g n e d b e f o re J u s t i c e L a m p m a n on ou a peace w a r r a n t . I t w a s p ro v e n t h a t he h a d th r e a t e n e d h i s fello w m a n , a n d th e C o u r t b o u n d him o v e r t o k e e p t h e peace t o ­ w a rd all t h e p e o p le of t h i s g r e a t S ta t e . T h e b o n d s w e r e d r a w n , w h e n a b u x o m w idow , a c c o m p a n ied b y h e r d a u g h t e r , s t e p p e d fo r ­ w a r d a n d p l a c e d h e r sig n a t u r e ou th e d o c u ­ m e n t. T h e J u s t i c e a c c e p te d th e b a il, w h e n M r. B. said h e w o u ld a c c e p t th e w i d o w — g e t m a r r i e d . T h e p r o p o s itio n w a s ag r e e d to b y th - l a d y , a n d th e C o u r t soon jo in e d th e m to g e t h e r w i t h th e b o n d s of w e d lo c k , acco rd in g to th e law s m a d e an d p r o v i d e d for s u c h cases. T h e b r i d e d i d n ’t offer to b u s s t h e C o u r t , b u t m o s t lo v in g ly d i d she tu r n h e r ro s y lip s to th o s e of th e b r i d e ­ groom , w h o g a v e h e r a h e a r t y k iss, in open C o u r t , to seal t h e b o n d of un io n . P o l i c e C o u r t .— A lice H a s t i n g s w a s fo u n d g u i l t y of s t e a l i n g e i g h t e e n d o l l a r s from o u e C h a r l e s H o w a r d . S h e w a s sen t to th e W o r k h o u s e for six m o n th s . J o h n H a n s b u r g e r , fo r a s s a u lt i n g N icholas M ich a e l, p a i d te n d o l l a r s . .Seym o u r A . W o o d w a s arra i g n e d on a ch a r g e of sw i n d l in g a b o a r d in g h o u s e k e e p e r o f tw e n t y - t w o d o l l a r s . T h e m a t t e r w .nettled w i t h th e c o n s e n t of th e C o u r t. •Svlvt s t e r L u c a s w a s m u l c t e d live d o l l a r s fo r s t r i k i n g M a r y P a y n e . C h a r l e s M a c k , a co lo red m a n , w a s fu lly co m m i t te d fo r tria l for p r a c t i c i n g t h e l i g h t Lingered gam e o n W m . H o lm e s ’ p o c k e t , from w h i c h fifteen d o l l a r s d isap p e a r e d . N\ ra. N o r to n , th e b r a s s b o g u s rin g ven- A P A R T I N G T E S T I M O N I A L . A c t i o n o f t t s c B o a r d a f T r a d e w i t b r e - f e r e n e e t o t b e D e p a r t a r e o f M r . E L m o r e 11 W a l k e r t o F lew Y o r k . A t th e m o r n i n g sessio n of th e B o a r d of Track- y e s t e r d a y M r . ti. S . G u t h r i e , th e P r e s i d e n t , a n n o u n c e d t h u c o n t e m p l a te d d e ­ p a r t u r e fro m th i s city* of M r . E l m o r e H . W a l k e r , t h e w e ll k n o w n s t a t i s t i c i a n , fo r ­ m e r l y co m m e r c ial e d i t o r of tn e E x p r e s s a n d re c e n t l y of th e Commercial Advertiser, M r . G . S. H a z e r d offe.-ed th e fo llo w in g p r e a m b l e a n d resolution*,: W h e r e a s , W e le a r n { fiat o u r este e m e d citize n a n d v a l u e d frie n d , M r . E . li. W a l k e r , h a s been c a l le d {■) a m o re e x t e n s i v e a n d v a l u a b le field of us^’J u l n e a s ; a n d w h ile w e sin c e r e l y re g r e t h i s rwffioval, w e c o n g r a t ­ u l a t e h im u p o n p o s s e s s in g t a l e n t s to a t t r a c t th e a t t e n t i o n o f t h e i n t e l l ig e n t m e r c h a n t s of th e * o r n E x c h a n g e of th e g r e a t m e t r o p o l i s of th e c o u n t r y , w h o h * r e s e c u r e d in M r. W a l k e r a n ag r e e a b le g e n t l e m a n , an acco m ­ p l i s h e d co m m e r c ial e d i t o r , a n d a n a b l e s t a ­ tistic i a n ; t h e r e f o r e be i t Resolved, T h a t d u r i n g th e tw e n t y y e a r s of fa it h f u l a n d e n e r g e t i c la b o r in co n n e c ­ tio n w i t h th i s B o a r d of T r a d e , M r . W a l k e r h a s n o t o n l y b y h i s g e n t l e m a n ly d e p o r t ­ m e n t e n d e a r e d h i m s e l f t o th e m e m b e r s of th e B o a r d , b u t b y h i s d a i l y re li a b le co m ­ m e r c i a l artic le * , a n d h i s i n v a l u a b l e w e e k ly , m o n t h l y a n d y e a r l y re p o r t s u p o n th e tra d e a n d co m m e r c e of th e c o u n t r y , c o n t r i b u t e d la r g e l y to th e in t e l l ig e n c e a n d m a t e r ia l w e a l t h of th e co m m e r c ial classes. Resolved,. T h a t w e p a r t w i t h M r. W a l k e r w i t h u n f e ig n e d re g r e t , a n d h e r e b y te n d e r to h i m th e a s s u r a n c e of o u r b e s t w ish e s for h i s fu t u r e su c c e s s a u d h a p p in e s s . O n m o tio n of M r . G a ll a g h e r , t h e re s o lu ­ tio n s w e r e a d o p t e d u n a n im o u s ly . O n m o t io n of P . S. M a a s h , E s q ., i t w a s Resolved, T h a t a co p y of th e p re a m b le an<l re s o lu t i o n s l»e p r e s e n t e d t o M r. W a l k e r . M r . W a l k e r b r iefly re t u r n e d h i s t h a n k s fo r t h e h i g h co m p l i m e n t p a i d him . I n th e afte r n o o n , th e B o a r d h a v i n g b e e n c a l le d to o r d e r b y th e P r e s i d e n t , M r. W a l k e r w a s ca lle d for, a n d u p o n m a k i n g h i a a p p e a r a n c e M r . G u t h r i e p r e s e n t e d h im ric h a n d e l e g a n t g o ld w a tc h w i t h th e fo l ­ lo w in g w o r d s : M e W a l k e r — W o a r e in f o r m e d , an d le a r n w i t h sin c e r e re g r e t t h a t y o u a r e a b o u t to leav e t h i s c i t y , so lo n g y o u r h o m e — o f w h o s e co m m e r c ial m a t t e r s you h a v e been for t w e n t y y e a r s a fa i f t h f u l a n d a c c u r a t e c h r o n ic l e r a n d an a b l e e x p o n e n t . W e l e a r n t h a t y o u aro alx r a t t o assu m e a n im p o r t a n t a n d re s p o n s ib le p o s itio n i n th e c i t y of N e w Y o r k . I n g o i n g to y o u r n e w field o f u s e ­ fu ln e s s you w ill l>ear w i t h y o u o u r w a r m e s t w ish e s for y o u r h a p p i n e s s a u d p r o s p e r i ty . B u t w e c a n n o t p e r m i t you to go w i t h o u t som e s u b s t a n t i a l te s t i m o n i a l of o u r frie n d l y re g a r d s a u d a p p r e c i a ti o n of y o u r w o r t h . A c c e p t, th e n , from th o m e m b e r s of th i s B o a rd t h i s tim e -p iece. A s y o u lo o k u p o n its face m a y i t re m in d you of th e faces y o u h a v e b e e n accu s to m e d to m e e t h e r e . A n d th o u g h i t m a y re m in d y o u of th e flig h t of tim e a n d of tim e 's ch a n g e s , r e s t a s s u r e d t h a t o u r s e n t i m e n t s of estee m for you are u n c h a n g in g . “ A n d h e r e , ” p r e s e n t i n g a p l e t h o r i c ro ll of g r e e n b a c k s , “ is a fu r t h e r t e s t i m o n i a l w i t h w h ich t o d e f r a y th e e x p e n s e s in c u r r e d in y o u r rem o v a l fro m o u r c i t y . W e d e s ire th a t as y o u arc g o in g fro m am o n g u s you s h a l l go H u sh, a n d s h o u l d y o u e v e r re t u r n m a y y o u b e eq u a l ly so. A c c e p t t h e s e w i t h re n e w e d a s s u r a n c e s o f o u r sin c e r e good w i s h e s .” M r. W a l k e r t o o k th e a r ti c le s a n d essa y e d to re p ly , b u t h i s e m o t i o n s w e r e to o d e e p a n d co n f lic tin g to find u t t e r a n c e in w o r d s , a n d co u l d o n l y re m a r k “ M r . P r e s i d e n t , you m u s t ex c u s e m e i f I c a u n o t e x p r e s s w h a t 1 f e e l .” A t t h i s j u n c t u r e M r. G e o . 8 . H a z a r d re ­ m a r k e d : M r. P r e s i d e n t — T h e g e n t l e m a n ’s silen c e is, u n d e r th e c i r c u m s ta n c e s , fa r m e r e e l o ­ q u e n t th a n a n y w o r d s . T h r e e ch e e r s f o r M r. W a l k e r w e r e ca lle d fo r an d g iv e n w i t h a h e a r t y go o d w ill an d th e B o a rd a d j o u r n e d . 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C o m p a n y N o ’ A to D a n iel D e itzer, :j o n th e g r o u n d t h a t h e w a s n o t t h e lo w e s t b id d e r. I- T h o C o u n c il re f u s e d b y a v o t e of eleven to n i n e t o co n f ir m J o h n H i c k s as H e a l t h In s p e c t o r . T h e B o a r d of H e a l t h re p o r t e d a n u m b e r of n u isan c e s i n d if f e r e n t p a r t s of t h e city . T h o S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of S c h o o ls w a 3 au th o r i z e d to m a k e som e r e p a i r s in tn e school h o u s e s . T h e F i r e S u p e r i n t e n d e n t w a s au th o r i z e d to m a k e t h e b e l l t o w e r s i x te e n fe e t h ig h e r . T h e W a t e r ( 'o m m issio n e r s p r e s e n t e d t h e i r a n n u a l re p o r t . T h e y claim a sa v i n g of § 7 9 ,307 OS s in c e t h e w o r k s w e r e p u r c h a s e d . T h e C o u n c il a c c e p te d a n iu v i t a t i o n to a t ­ te n d th e F e n ian pic-nic. N e x t W e d n e s d a y t h e A l d e r m e n w ill d i s ­ cu s s t h e u lan s fo r t h e n e w w \ * e r w o r k s . B u f f a l o D r i v i n g P a r k — A liv e l y tro t ta k e s p l a c e in th e B u ffalo P a r k th i s a f t e r n o o n . T h e c o n d i t i o n s a r e b e s t t h r e e i n five t o h a r n e s s fo r a p u r s e of $ 5 0 0 , $ 3 5 0 o f w h i c h goes to th e firs t h o r s e , $ 1 0 0 t o t h e sec o n d a n d $ 5 0 t o th e th i r d . G e r m a n G i r l , B lo o m e r, B e lle a u d V o l u n t e e r are n a m e d fo r t h e race. B o y K i l l e d i n E a t o n ’ s P l a n i n g M i l l Y e s t e r d a y a f te r n o o n a b o y a b o u t th i r t e e n y e a r s o f ag e , n a m e d J o h n B a p s t , w h ile w o r k i n g a t th e la r g e g r i n d s t o n e i n E a t c a ’s P l a n i n g M i ll w a s c a u g h t b y th e b e l t an d c a r r i e d a r o u n d th e s h a f t u n t i l c r u s h e d to d e a t h . C o r o n e r M o r r o w to o k ch a r g e of t h e re m a i n s , a u d h a d t h e m co n v e y e d t o B a p s t * h .use, c o r n e r B a t a v i a a n d H i c k o r y s t r e e t s . B a s e P. a l l . - A r r a n g e m e n t s h a v e been m a d e b y th e N i a g a r a B a s e B a l l C lu b w i t h t h e I > riving P a r k A s s o c ia tio n to p l a y th e i r p r a c t i c e g a m e s o n T u e s d a y s a n d F r i d a y s . Jla c o s o n t h o s e d a y s w ill n o t i n t e r f e r e w i t h t h e p l a y e r s . T h o C e n t r a l C’ity s of S y r a c u s e w ill p l a y t h e N iag a r a s in th i s c i t y n e x t w e e k T u e s ­ d a y o r W e d n e s d a y . M r . A t w a t e r w ill in n i l p r o b i i i t y p a r t i c i p a t e i n th e gam e . A D e s t i t u t e F a m i l y . — Y e s te r d a y a fa m i l y n a m e d D a v is, c o n s i s t i n g of six p e r ­ s o n s -m o t h e r a n d five c h i l d r e n , t h e o ld e s t o f w h i c h is six te e n y e a r s , m a d e ap p l i c a t io n a t t h e P o o r m a s t e r ’s office fo r aid . T h e y T o m o v e d fro m V e r m o n t to th e in t e r i o r of M i c h i g a n a fe w y e a i s sin c e , b a t th e fa t h e r d i e d , a n d th e fa m i l y a r e n o w o n th e i r w a y f o V e r m o n t. T h e y w e r e n i n e t e e n d a y s in t h e W o o d s o f M i c h i g a n b e f o re th e y re a c h e d th e .•a i l w a y . T h e P o o r m a s t e r fu r n ish e d th e m L t h t r u u p o r t a t i i ae f a r a a R o c h e s t e r . M Jfc- K * TAW’S S e m i n a r y . — I t w i l l b e i n ­ te r e s t i n g t o t h e m a n y frie n d * o f th e Y o u n g X a d ie a ’ S e m r n * 7? 0* M rs. B r y a n , a t B a tav ia, fcx l e a « • t h a t t h e i n s t i t u t i o n w a s n e v e r in a p r o - p e r o .i * a t h u At p n t e n t 1 h e S e m i n a r y b t t U d i n * . h n . e re c e n t l y b u n te u r o o g h l y re n o r n t e d a n d re p e i r e d , a n d t h e p c a id c u e e o f t i e w o r t h y p r i j c i j m l , n e a r th e T iik C o m i n g E c l i p s e . — W i t h re f e r e n c e to th e g r a n d so l a r e x h i b i t i o n (w e h a v e som e d o u b t s a b o u t t h e e x a c t a p p l i c a b i l i t y of th e te r m , u n d e r t h o circ u m s ta n c e s , b u t n o m a t ­ te r , ) w h ich is d o w n o n t h e b ills for t h e 7 t h of A u g u s t n e x t , w e , h e r e i n B u ffalo, occu p y th e n o t v e r y sa t i s f a c t o r y p o s itio n of S p e c t a t o r s w h o h a v e fa ile d t o so c u r e r e s e r v ­ ed s e a t s in th e p a r q u e t t e o r t h e d r e s s circle *nd aro co n s e q u e n t l y cro w d e d in t o th e o u t ­ rid e ro w of b e n c h e s u n d e r t h e g a l l e r y . I t is o n ly .i s m a ll b i t of th e sh o w t h a t w e s lial »ee, a n d w e ca n ’t be e x p e c t e d t o lap s e in t o Any v e r y h i g h d e g r e e of e n t h u s i a s m o v e r i t . iFor w h a t l i t t l e t h e r e is t o be seen a t o u r ita n d j»oint, h o w e v e r , w e m a y as w e ll g e t >ur sm o k e d o p e r a glasses r e a d y . In t h e la t i t u d e a n d lo n g i tu d e of B u ffalo, die p a r t i a l o b s c u r a t i o n o b s e r v a b l e w i l l be- p n a t live o ’clo c k a n d forty-sevfcn m i n u te s n th e afte r n o o n a n d e n d a t six o’clock an d l'o r t y - f o u r m i n u te s . A b o u t th e n e a r e s t p o i n t t o w h i c h a n y astro n o m i c a l B u ffalonian nan g o if h e d e s i r e s to w i t n e s s th e eclip s e in i t s t o t a l i t y iB W a r s a w , i n G a l l a t i n co u n t y . K e n t u c k y . 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In o t h e r w o r d s , a t t h e firs t of th e s e p lac e s t h e d a r k b o n y of th e m o o n is seen t o t o u c h th e s u n e a r l i e r th a n a t an y place, j u s t as t h e su n is risin g . T h e u m b r a of th e m o o n tra v e l s a t fira t in a n o r t h - e a s t e r ly d ir e c tio n to w a r d B e h r i n g ’s S t r a i t s w h e r e i t b e n d s g r a d u a l l y e n t w a r d l y , a n d fro m B e h r in g s S t r a i t s in b e g in s to tra v e l in a so u t h - e a s te r - F f d i r e c t io n , w h i c h g e n e r a l d ir e c t io n i t h o ld s acro s s B r i t is h A m e r ic a a n d th e U n i t - e l S t a t e s . T o s p e a k d e f in i t e l y , t h e c e n t r a l lin e of th e p a t h of th e u m b r a e n t e r s th e te r r i t o r y of th e U n i t e d S t a t e s a b o u t 200 a i i l e s n o r t h - w e s t of F o r t U n io n , w h i c h ia s i t u a t e d a t t h e j u n c t i o n o f th e Y e llo w s to n e a a d t h e M isso u ri r i v e r s . I t sw e e p s so u t h - e » s t acro s s th e te r r i t o r y of D a k o ta h , an d e s t e r s t h e S t a t e of Io w a n e a r i t s n o r th - w e a - fcurn b o u n d a r y . F r o m Io w a t h e c e n t r e of tile b e l t o f to t a l eclip s e pnases th r o u g h S o u th e r n Illin o is, In d i a n a , K e n tu c k y , V ir- g h i a , T e n n e s s e e , N o r t h C a r o l i n a a n d t h e n c e U jto t h e A t l a n t i c . A M U S E M E N T S . ACADEMY OF MUSIC. T h e su m m e r seaso n of th e A c a d e m y of M u s ic o p e n e d v e r y au s p icio u s ly la s t ev e n ­ ing. T h o a t t e n d a n c e w a s fa i r a n d th e e v e r p o p u l a r o p e r a w a s g iv e n i n a n a c c e p t a ­ b le m a n n e r . M iss S a l l ie H o l m a n w h o sus- ta i n e d th e role of th e Duchesne is a cle v e r a c t r e s s a n d tw o o r th r e e of h e r p r i n c i p a l solos, “ S a y t o H i m ” a n d th e “ D r in k i n g S o n g ” for i n s ta n c e , ev i n c e d a line m u s ical c u l t u r e . M iss J u l i a h u d b u t little o p p o r ­ tu n i t y to d i s p la y h e r b e s t q u a l i t i e s as W anda, b u t w h a t sh e d i d d o w a s p e r f o r m e d nicely. M r. C h a t t e r s o n ’s F ritz a n d M r. (Jran e ’t s General B a u m w e r e b o t h a d m i r a b ly re n d e r e d . T h o fo r m e r san g th e ro n d a “ W o s e t o u t in G o o d O r 5j | r ” ex c e l l e n t l y , a n d also d i d fin e ly in t l y J se v e r a l d u e t t s . W i t h one o r t w o e x c e p t i o n s th e b a la n c e of th e co m p a n y w e r e h a r d l y u p t o th e re q u ire ­ m e n t s of t h e i r p a r t s . T h e o r c h e s t r a i s d e ­ serv in g of u n q u a l i f i e d p r a ise fo r t h e co r r e c t tim e i n w h i c h th e y g a v e th e m u s ic i n s t r u m e n t a l l y . M rs. H o l m a n p r e s id e d a t th e p iano, a n d P ro f. H o l l o w a y p l a y e d first v iolin. T h e m u s ic of t h e o p e r a w o u ld h a v b e e n m o re ag r e e a b l y en jo y e d b y a ce r t a i n p o r tio n of t h e au d i e n c e h a d th e i n m a t e s of o n e of t h e bo x e s allo w e d t h e m to h e a r w h a t w a s g o ing on. T h i s ev e n in g t h e o p e r a of “ S a t a n e l l a an d th e S p i r i t of B e a u t y ” w ill b e p r e s e n t e d for th e first t i m e in a n u m b e r o f y e a r s . M iss S a llie H o lm a n w i l l assu m e th e role* of Satanella, Approsa, Julian a n d th e Spirit o f Beauty. J u l i a H o l m a n w i l l a p p e a r as Janw tte. T h o s e w h o d e s ir e t o a t t e n d w ill re m e m b e r t h a t th e y can secu re t h e i r s e a ts a t C o tt i e r & D e n to n ’s m u s ic sto r e a t a u y tim e d u r i n g th e d a y . A “ H o l m a n ” m a ­ tin e e w ill be g iv e n o u S a t u r d a y aftern o o n . HORNE AND BLOOPOOOD. T h e S t. J a m e s w a s p a c k e d alm o s t t o s u f ­ fo c a tio n l a s t e v e n i n g b y a n au d ie n c e w h o h e a r t i l y en jo y e d th o e x c e l l e n t v a r i e t y en tc r t a i n m e n t g iv e n th e m . T h e t r o u p e w ill give t h e i r l k s t p e r f o r m a n c e t o - n i g h t . TI I E ROCHESTER SAENGERFEST. T h e follow in g is t h e p ro g r a m m e of th e S a e n g e r f e s t a t R o c h e s t e r y e s t e r d a y . I t w ill bo seen t h a t B u ffalo m u s ician s t a k e a p r o m i ­ n e n t p a r t : TART I. 1. O v e r ture from th e »pera ” W illiam Tell” ..R o ssini O rchestra. W elcome address to lie delivered l>y H o n . E. il. S m ith, M a y o r o f R o c h ester. 2. L iberty of S o n g . . . . .......................................M arschner I'n ited Gngt-rs. (q u a r te t solos by 8;< :igerhund of Buffalo.) 3. (.'oucert fo r T rom b o n e .......................................... Sachse Mr. Seeberg. 4. B a ttle H y tm from th e op e r a “ Rienzi” . . ..W a g n e r I nited Singers a n d O rchestra. (T e n o r solo N> Mr. A. Freise, of th e R o c h e ster Ma n- nerchor. TART II. 1. The F o r e s t.............................................................H«**er L ied e r k r a m of Syracuse. ?. Spring M o rning ........................ ........................ Fr. A b t S.eeugerbund of Buffalo. 5. Bill of F a r e .....................................................Rich. Ganee Liedertafel of Erie. Pa. 4. Sebum R o t h t r a u t ..................................................... V eith Liedertafel o f Buff J o . PART ill. 1. O v e rture from th e opera “ M erry W ives of W ind­ so r ,” Nicolai—Orchestra. 2. The E igh th l’-cdm.............................................Schnabel. U n ited Singers (Q u a r tette solos by Liedertafel of Buffalo.) (B a ritone *oi > by Mr. Wm. B a th, late of G ran's opera troupe.) 3. O n th e ( q > e n S e a ...............................................M-uhring. G rand C h u rns w ith full orchestral accom ­ p a n im e n t (B a ritone solo b y M r. J . W dehnert, and ten o r solo by Mr. M. D iehm , m e m b e rs of th e Buffalo Liedertafel. G e rm a n ia Fe>t M a rch .......................................... F. Lux. U n ited Singer* a n d O rchestra. (Q u a r tette — hy Buffalo Ssergerbund.) E R IE COUNTY. A c o r r e s p o n d e n t a t W i l l i a m s v i l le w r it e s : “ T h e h a y c r o p of th i s seaso n w i l l bo l a r g e r th a n a n y g a t h e r e d in t h i s v i c i n i t y iu m a u y y e a r s . T h e w h e a t croj» w ill also be s p l e n ­ d i d . O a ts a n d b a r le y n e v e r l o o k e d b e t t e r . C o rn an d j»otatoes also lo o k good. T h e r e w ill be from p r e s e n t ap p e a r a n c e s a n a b u n ­ d a n t y i e l d of a p p l e s a n d p e a r s . T h e p u b ­ lic school o f th i s placo clo s e d its su m m e r te r m la s t F r i d a y , w i t h a p ic-n ic in B e s to w ’s G r o v e . H e ists B r o t h e r ’s m ill-d a m w a s ag a in d e s t r o y e d b y th e flood a few d a y s srn c c T h e d i f f e r e n t S a b b a t h S c h o o l of th i a p lace, in t e n d u n i t i n g i n a g r a n d e x c u r ­ sio n t o N i a g a r a F a lls, s h o r t l y . T h e fo l­ lo w i n g o fficers of W illiauiH v ille D ivision N o . 11, S o n s a n d D a u g h te r s of T e m p e r a n c e , w e r e re c e n t l y in s t a l l e d : G e o rg e L e o p a rd , W . P . ; M iss C la r a A . B ro w n , W . A .; H e n r y K e in e , R. S . ; M iss M a t t i e B row n , A . R . 8 . ; J o h n la d i n , F . S . ; M iss S u s ie Coe, T . ; E. B r i ; h a m , U h a jtlain ; L o u is i l a u p t , C . ; M iss L a u r a J . B e s to w , A. J o h n M in e r , I. *8.. F r a n k B a k e r , O . S . ; J o h n P o i n t e r , P . W . P. T h e Ifiv isio n h a s n e a r l y d o u b l e d th e n u m b e r of i t s m e m b e r s w i t h i n a few m o n th s p a s t . ” -T h e S p r i n g v il l e Journal h a s m o v ­ e d in t o n e w a n d m o re co m m o d io u s q u a r t e r s a u d now* h a s as fine an office as a n y in W e s ­ te r n N e w Y o r k o u t s id e of B u ffalo. MONROE COUNTY. T h e “ t y p o s ” o f th e Democrat a n d E x ­ press, of R o c h e s t e r , h a d a frie n d l y gam e of b a l l l a s t S a t u r d a y afte r n o o n . I h e fo r m e r w e r e v i c t o r i o u s b y a sco r e o f th i r t y - f o u r t o tw e n t y - f i v e . R o c h e s t e r b e g in s t o ta l k of a C e n t r a l P a r k . A n e w s t y l e of one- hor^c s t r e e t c a r s h a v e b e e n b r o u g h t in t o s e r ­ vice i n R o c h e s t e r . T h e L y d i a T h o m p s o n tro u p e w ill p l a y in R o c h e s t e r a b o u t t h e m i d ­ d le of n e x t m o n t h . — — T h e R o c h e s t e r Sum* g e r f e s t o jjened M o n d a y m o r n i n g w i t h a s a ­ lu t e o f th i r t y - s i x g u n s . T h e H e lu i a n E u g lish O p e r a co m p a n y go t o R o c h e s t e r a t th e ,clo s e of t h e i r e n g a g e m e n t i n B u f lalo . ------- T h e R o c h e s t e r Chronicle s a y s : “ A G e r m a n fa r m e r l i v in g in H e n r i e t t a w a a w h e e d led in ­ to s i t i n g tw o n o t e s fo r $ 1 0 0 0 o n e d a y la s t w e e k , b y a co u p le of m e n w h o h o n o r e d h im b y g iv i n g h im th e ag e n c y fo r t h e to w n of a j» a ten t jilo w , w h i c h th e y w e re v e n d in g . H e sig n e d t h e n o t e s u n d e r t h e su p p o s i ti o n t h a t h e w a s sig n in g a re c e i p t f o r t h e p lo w . T h e fello w s a t t e m p t e d to n e g o t i a t e t h e n o t e s iu H e n r i e t t a b u t t h e y w e r e u n s u c c e s s f u l .” ------- A m a n n a m e d T h e o d o r e K r u s e w h i l e w a l k ­ in g o v e r a b r i d g e on W a t e r s t r e e t in R o c h ­ e s t e r F r i d a y afte r n o o n , fell a n d receiv e d s e ­ v e r e i n j u r i e s fro m th e effects of w h i c h h e d ied s h o r t l y a f te r . LIVINGSTON COUNTY. T h e v i l la g e o f G e n e s c o co m p lain s of su- ]>crl!ous l o a f e r s . T w e n ty - f i v e s h e e p own* e d b y M e s s r s . B e g o le,o f M o u n t M o r r is , h a v e b e e n k i l le d b y do g s d u r i n g th e p a s t t h r e e o r fo u r w e e k s . A b o u t o n e h u n d r e d th o u s - ! a n d j>ounds o f w o o l h a v e already* b e e n b o u g h t in D a n s v illc a t fo r ty c e n t s p e r p o u n d . ------- T h e re s id e n t s of L i m a a r e v e r y ju b i l a n t o v e r t h e re c e n t d e c isio n of J u d g e Jo h n s o n , su s t a i n i n g t h e in j u n c t i o n a g a i n s t t h e re m o v ­ al of G e n e s e e C o lleg e . T h e l i t t l e v illag e of A v o n h a s n e v e r jirese ii t e u so liv e l y an a p p e a r a n c e as th i s sea s o n . M r. T . N . B u r t , of G e n e s e o , h a s p u r c h a s e d an d is now h o l d i n g a b o u t fo r ty th o u s a n d p o u n d s of w o o l, p a t i e n t l y w a it i n g fo r i t t n in c r e a s e in m a r k e t v a lu e . NIAGARA COUNTY. T h e g a y seaso n a t t h e F a l l s t h i s y e a r h a s b e c o m e t h e s u b j e c t f o r e x t e n s i v e n e w s p a p e r co r r e s p o n d e n c e , w e n o t i c e . T h e L o c k p o r t B o a r d of E d u c a t io n ca ll fo r jjro p o s a h fo r a now school h o u s e L o e k p o r t b o a s ts of an egg n in e in c h e s i n d i a m e t e r . l'ro f. G r a v e s is s t i l l e n g a g e d in t e a c h i n g t h e L o c k p o r t i a u 8 h o w to t a m e a n d su b d u e t u e i r h o r ­ s e s . M r. J . L. F o w l e r , of R a n s o m v ille, so ld to th e N i a g a r a w o o len co m p a n y , of L o e k p o r t la s t w e e k 3000 p o u n d s of w o o l, th e l a r g e s t l o t of th e sea s o n . T h e L o c k - p o r t p a p e r s say t h a t fa r m e r s in t i i i s c o u n t y are j u s t now* i u g r e a t need of h e lji i n g a t h e r ­ in g th e a b u n d a n t crops. CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. T h e M e t h o d i s t c h u r c h in W e s tf i e l d v o t e d a g a i n s t l a y d e l e g a t i o n s a few d a y s sinee. T h e l a d ies n o t seein g h o w s u c h re p r e s e n ta - ta t i o n w a s t o b e n e f it t h e m v o t e d a g a i n s t it. . P e t t y b u r g l a r i e s a r e beco m in g a v e r y fre q u e n t a n d serious, an n o y l p a r t s of th i s c o u n t y . T h e L a k e S h o re R a i l r o a d G o ., are n o w la y i n g a pij>e lin e fro m P o r t l a n d s t a t i o n to B r o c k t o n d e p o t , fo r t h e p u r p o s e of ta k i n g th e w a t e r fro m t h a t s t a t i o n t o B r o c k t o n , w h e r e t h e y in t e n d to b u i l d tw o l a r g e w a t e r t a n k s . A v e r y in t e r e s t i n g tr i a l of m o w in g m a c h in e s to o k p l a c e in th e v i l la g e of S in c lair- v ille on th e 2 6 t h u l t . T h e B u ffalo, L o r r y & P i t t s b u r g h R a i l w a y C o m p a n y hav« n e a r l y c o m p l e t e d a n e w tu r n ta b l e a t M a y - v i l le B u s in e s s now is q u i t e b r i s k in D u n k i r k , a n d t h a t v illa g e w e a r s a l i v e l y air. CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. T h e fram e of th e C o n g r e g a tio n a l c h u r c h in N a p o li is t o be r a ise d t h i s w e e k T u e s d a y . M rs. 8 . A . W i l l a r d , of. A s h f o r d H o llo w , d i e d s u d d e n l y of h e a r t d isease o u th e Oth i n s t . M r. Ir a S h e r m a n , of N e w A lb io n , h a s j u s t p u r c h a s e d th e saw m i ll, ou th e * o n e w a n g o creek , i n th e to w n of L e o n , a n d w ill rem o v e th e m a c h in e r y to th e to w n of D a y to n , w h e r e h e w ill en g a g e in th i m a n u f a c t u r e of s t a v e s . G r e a t b u i l d in g im p r o v e m e n ts are b e i n g m a d e i n E a s t O tto th i s y e a r . - — P r o f . G r e e n , la t e p r i n c i p a l of th o G o w a n d o U n io n S c h o o l, h a s f o r s a k e n t h e school ro s t r u m f o r t h e p u l p i t . — M r. J e r o m e A n d r e w s , of E a s t O tto , s t a r t e d on a n e x ­ te n d e d S o u th e r n t r i p a b o u t a w e e k since. T h e ap jtle cro p in th i s c o u n t y w i l l be a b u n d a n t a n d o f a good q u a l i t y th i s se a ­ s o n . M r. B. F. W i l l i a m s , of E a s t O t t o , h a s p u r c h a s e d e i g h t h u n d r e d a u d n i n e t y six a c r e s of la n d , n e a r C h a r l o t t e , Y a a t l>e- tw e e n t w e n t y a n d t w e n t y - s e v e n d o l l a r s j>er a c r e . T h e C a t t a r a u g u s Republican say s ; “ A m e e ti n g o f th e C a t t a r a u g u s C o u n ty B ible S o c iety w a s h e l d a t C a t t a r a u g u s , on T u e s d a y la s t , tn e 12th in s t . T h e a t t e n ­ d a n c e w a s good a n d t h e s e s s ion a n in t e r e s t ­ in g one. L i t t l e V a ll e y w a s se l e c t e d as t h e jio in t a t w h i c h th e B ib le D e p o s ito r y sh o u ld lie e s t a b l i s h e d , a n d th e fo llo w in g otlicers ele c t e d fo r th e e n s u i n g y e a r : 8 . M c C o y , P r e s i d e n t ; A . W a r d , V ice P r e s i d e n t ; Dr. E v e r e t t , 2 d V ice P r e s i d e n t ; A . AV. F e r r in , S e c r e t a r y ; J . W . H e r m a u c e , T r e a s u r e r ; Jo s e p h P lu m b , J a m e s C h a p m a n , A . 11 H o w e , E x e c u t iv e C o m m ittee. S p r i n g sty l e s of p e a r l casssm e res a n d b e a v e r h a t s a t 291 M a in s t r e e t , B e r g t o l d & B r o , 200 B c x e b O r a n g e s a u d 1/om o n s for sale lo w b y l * i . a t t F r u i t ( o . F o U c h o i c e K e n t u c k y W h m l i y fo r m « h M- e i n a l u s e g o t o S w i f t A. k2T> i f — ^»ii wi.l I * field •unif M r ii \ C h rfitlan U n ion, \ O T H K S . ' I ' H E M O N T H L Y M E L T I N G o f u n 1 indie** I :nion !\' in th o of th*- T u w h j , th e 21ht, a t 2 ••Yhx-k l‘ ». G1CACI. P. B 1 R T I 8 , fck. 'y. MRS. J O S E P H G U IL D , 1 st D lrcctn . ' I ' l i L 1 8 8 1 8 Q U 0 1 P O W D E R AC - 1 tu a l i j l u n s U s i i c c r bii<1 S- i- ( u I o i i h . « m . i <>f tho Skin. S. i rv j-.rt to I.. I. M< <li al Society, ku<l .■■jitcnirut* o f PR, si. h im it, eircn »r, s r tit frt-c on ap- pliralioQ to CHAS. A. DU lit US, C« n e m l A g e n t, la2 Pearl » t.( H ew V. r k . P . 0 . W \ 1609. D e a t h t o c o c k r o a c h e s — o n receipt of One D o llar we w ill m d b y m a il a P o w d e r g u a 'a n K e d to . It » r a n y d v e l f i n ^ o f Cock- ro a t- < a in five >N CHEM ICAL \Vc*KK.~ Buffai i, N. Y. T h e c e l e b r a t e d t r o t t i n g S’.alli -n “ Royal G eorge” wii! m ake th e full Sea­ son a t th e Genesee H ouse S table Ior five o r six week*. Term s will he m a d e know n at th e Staid-j. ______________ T. L E E , P roprietor. D i v i d e n d , t h e b u f f a l o f i r e A ND M A R IN E IN S U R A N C E COM PAN\. ha»e this day declared a Sen i-A u u u a l D ividend ,,f T«n (10; Per C e n t., free of G o v e rnm e n t ta x , payable on and after t h e 19th i r s t . WM. LuVKKlNO\ B u f M o ,Ju ly L 6 ,1869. .s<erctury. H A L L ’S P A T E N T C O P P E R S C R O L L L IG H T N IN G CONDUCTORS, e q u a l to th ir ty , and a-r ciita p as one ir. n rod. Ca.I a t No. 10 Eu*t Eayie St., bef- re p u r c h a d n g elsew h e re THOM P S O N & NELSON. Atrents B vfialo a E kib R au . ro . vo C ompaxy , . T kkasvkkk ’ h O ffick , B i kkalo , J u l y 12th, lad:>. ) T h e d i r e c t o r s o f t h i s c o m p a - ny have dec! vred a cash dividend of fou*- p e r cent, free of G o v e rnm e n t ta x . p a ; aide a d a f te r th e s t e j n d of A u g u s t n e x t, a t t h e F a r ­ m e rs' Loan a d T rust C o m p a n y , in t h e city of New Y o rk, where t h e tran s f e r booi s a re now cl sed. GEO. H. C H A S E ,T raaa. Bi halo & Ei’.ir R ailroad I o ., j S e c r e t a r y 's U h u b, J- R i k e a lo , J u l y 9, is*;:*. J A M E E T I N G OK T H E S T O C K H O L D - c r i of th is com p a n y will h e held a t th e office <■* th e Secratary, c o r n e r of Main and Swim sts., in th e city o f Buffalo, on T u e sday, th e t e n th day of A u g u s t n e x t , a t 11 o 'c lock in th e forenoon, for th e purpose of t ik ing in to c >n {deration an agreem e n t entered into by th e D irect-vs of th is c o m p a n y a n d t h e D in e - to r s ol th e L a k e Shore and M ichigan S o u thern Rail way Com p a n y , c o n s o lidating th e tw o com p a n ies and p r -pt r ty and franchises th e r e o f ,an d v o ting upon the que-ti- ti of ratify in g or r e jectb g t h e said agreem e n t. The poll* will he opened a t 11 o 'c lock A. M ., a n d re­ m a in o p m tw o hour.-* o r longer, if necessary, to re ­ ceive vo:es. The tran s f e r nook- w ii' Iur c'.o-ed at th e r.fi -e ' f T n e Farm e r-.' Loan and T r u s t Com p any, iu th e c itv of New Y o rk, at 2 o’clock, P. M ., th e 10th in«t. ftE 'C 11. CH A S E , S e c n tary . W A . V I E U . AderrtijK-menti not exceeding f o u r lines o r thirty- two word* inerrted under th u h eading f o r M5 conti, each nd<Uttonal line ■ *» cents. W a n t e d — a c a p a b l e m a n a n d wom an, w ithout children, t o tak e charge o f a f«tm . If & d a u g h ter, a fem a le re l a n r e to aesi*t in ho,.- work can he a<:d«d, a ll t h e b e tter. Im m e d iate em p l. yuK i.‘ can I k - given and t h e situ a tio n perm a ­ nent. In q u ire a t this office. W \ \ a n t e d — U < ) l f a g e s a t lo w ren ts, centrally located. ED JTARDS A BUCKLAND, No. 10 K. Seneca s t. 1 1 7 A N T E D - O L D P A P E R O F A L L ▼ v d« n rriptiunrt, hooks, fw n iphlets, ncw spaiw ri, H u t -, *crap«, ck-au or s i-iltd, A : , Ac., for which a il p r o - will he paid by P H I L I P L E E ,a t th e rear ' 14 E. Swan st. ^ of No W A N T E D — R A G S , R A G S , R A G S , C o tt«n aud W o o len.—'Th» h ighest prices paid by P H I L I P L E F , at th e r e a r of 14 E. Swan st. A N T E D — C O U N T Y O R D E R S {•ought by LYON A B A K E R , E ric Land Office. W l I t W A K U I . I C A M I I . O l l C I X , . A d v e r tisem e n t* not e x c e e d ing f o u r lin e s or th irty , wo ir <ri6 inserted u n d e r this h e a d ing f o r M3 cent*, a ii a d ilitio n a l line 3 rent*. H E B U F F A L O * I D I N I N G R O O M S , nd l:'.'> Main s t . , is th e only place where m* al* a re s e rve I a t all hours a n d cooked t.> o rd e r for day and *«-ck lv boaiders. Board per w e e k , $6 o i L R I r . > T . , B E T W E E N P E A R L A N D ^ T Mum, a few hoarders cau be accom m o d a ted. Q A L l . L I v . o i T 8 T . —- A F E W B O A B B #* v / crs can he accom m o d a ted w ith board and room s. Also a few day hoarders w anted. TO LET— B O O J 1 S . Advertisements not exceeding fo u r lines or thirty- two wocds inserted under this heading fo r ‘5 4 cents, each additional line 3 cents. ____ O ' L E T - F I R S T ” F L O O R , S U I T A B L E fo r b u s iness a t.d dw e lling; aL-o a basem e n t for business. In q u ire a t 412 Main st. L E T — R O O M S O R SU T T S ~ ~ O F 1 room s on second and th ird floors, s u itable for offices o r housekeeping, in new bu ild in g o n corner of N iagara a n ! Bagle sts.; good 1- atir.n fo r a D e n tist or lirst-clasa D ressm a k e r; lodging room s on fo u r th ti«N-r. AlsO f r o n t basem e n t room for business p u r ­ poses; w a ter a n d ran. In q u ir e of J K W K 1 T A CHAN- DLKR. ( tti -e 218 W a shington st. O R E N T — A F I R S T C L A S S R O O M oil fir>t fi-n-r. 333 Main s t ., cor. N. D ii idon st. A p p ly t-. GEO. B. BULL, 333 M ain, c r. X. D ivision. 4» _ L F E A R L S T ., B E T W E E N E A G L E T and C o u rt sts. Board w ith o r w ith o u t room s, a n d iu a pleasant location. Term s reasonable. L O S T A M I t O I M L ________ Alice, rtiseiiients not. e xceeding f o i e lines or thirty- tw . words inserted un d e r this heading f o r 4 3 cents, each a d d itio n a l line 3 ct ills. n p H K PERSON WHO FOUND A NOTE X M onday m o rning in .Main .str. t. n e a r Chip- \ * =*-*-«y »ed ■ • •cav ' ig it a t th e 1 I I K S A L K H O I S I X ___ A d v e r tisem e n t* not exceeding f o u r lin e s or th i r ty - two word* inserted u iuler th is h e a d in g f o r 4 3 cents each a d d itio n a l lin e 5 rents. I J O R 8 A L E T ) i T T ( > L * T — T W O S T O R Y F bnck Ii use No. 232 N in th .-t. Possession given im m e d iately. For term * apply on preim -es. ? O K S A L E C H E A P — H - S T O R Y fram e house ill C a rroll s*.; gas, w a ter, lo t 30x w ih be sold cheap. H A S T IN G S A OTTO, No. 3 Brow n ’s Buildings. A L E B Y 111 M E A N D B A N D * 10 W. Swan st. n th st., east siile, sm -th of H u d s o n , 1-story co tt gc; lo t 26x90. Price, $15o0. 120F if th st., 1-story c o ttage, new , and lot. P r ice, $1300 — Sum m . r s t., 1 -st..rv c o ttage; lo t 36x200. Price, #1200 ■_4 A rkansas st., li-sto r y fram e and lot. Price, $100“'. 4*1 A labam a et., 1-sUny fram e ; lo t 25x100. Price, 41oO i. I l l C e d a r st., 1-story co ttage; lo t 22x100. Price, *K* ni . 90 G e o rgia s t . , l j - s t -ry fram e . P rice, $1000. K i tuckv St., west *.de, s o u th c t S '.utli -t. Price, #1050. -ast side, n o r t h of B ird a r c m .e , l-ato r y t 115; l T u r s a r f o r d . S w ill b t m Un TR A Y E D rjita b l rew a rd b y l rgraph o tfio FR O M N o . 5G3 L I N W O O D *, o n th e 13th i n s t., a very dark brow n , m a r e ,m e d ium h e i g n t ,s n . u t b u ilt,w h ite lit hip A n y per ivven m o s t black left hind f soil leaving word of h e r whtTcabou corn’s, c c .nier of Main a n d F e r ry st*., will i<elil>en:!l rew a rded JA M L S M l .N a .MAKA. R u s s i a n , S u l p h u r a n d M e d i c a t e d B a th s , a t N o . 102 S w a n s t r e e t . E x c u r s i o n t o N e w G r o v k a t N i a g a r a C u t . — W e u n d e r s t a n d t h a t t h e tic k e t s are issuevl fo r a n e x c u r s i o n oil W e d n e s d a y , J u l y 2 8 t h , to a b e a u t if u l n e w g r o v e a t t b e ab o v e n a m e d p lace, to b e c o n d u c t e d u n d e r th e m a n a g e m e n t a u d fo r t h e b e n e f i t o f G r a c e E p isco p a l ( ’h u r c h . T h * o w n s s o d io u s s t e a m ­ e r “ Iv a n h o e , ” i n c o a n e c ti o n w i t h th e E r i e a n d N i a g a r a R a i l w a y , w i l l b e e m p lo y e d , a n d M i ll e r ’s B a n d w i l l f o r n i A t h e m u a ic fo r t h e ex c u r s i o n i s t s . A d e l i g h t f u l tim e is a n t i c i ­ p a t e d . T i c k e t s c m b e s e c u r e d o f th e c o m ­ m i t t e e a n d a t t h e b o o k a n d m u s ic sto r e s . A f r e s h lo t o f “ C a p t. J i n k s ” H a r v a r d V a n g u a r d ; also som e b e a u t if u l jiearl cawsi- inere a u d virali L e a v e r h a t s , F i f t h A v e n u e sty l e , ju s t r e c e i v e d a t L . A . S i k r e t ’s , 213 M a i n st. F ift y dozen P a n a m a h a t s to be closed o u t, fro m $ 2 t o $35 each , a t 291 M a in s t . , B e r g t o l d &. B k o . S e w i n g M a c h i n e s . — A l l jierso n s in t e n d ­ in g t o p u r c h a s e a sew in g m a c h in e s h o u l d ex a m in e t h e A m e r ic a n C o m b in a tio n b e fore b u y i n g a n y o t h e r . I t p e r f o r m s a l l t h e o r ­ d i n a r y ra n g e o f sew in g i u a v a s t l y su jierio r m a n n e r , a n d w o r k s b u t t o n h o les a n d o v e r ­ seam s as n ice ly as b y h a n d . J a m eh H . J e w e t t , 406 M a in s t r e e t . A m e r ic a n B lock. C a s t o r t C l o t h i n g . — N . B o s s b e rg , S p a u l d i n g ’s E x c h a n g e , p a v * t h e h i g h e s t ca s h p r i c e fo r la d i e s ’ a n d g e n t s ’ c a s t afl clo th in g . C a ll a t sto r e , o ? a d d r e s s box 2892 P o s toffice. G keat R eduction in P rices . — W e h a v e reduced the price* on oar w h ele stock of fancy foods, trimmings,hosiery and g loves, embroideries, laces and mQlnery goods, as we are determined to reduce our stock du­ ring the month. R osxnau , B ros A R ice , 410 Main street. O n e M i l l i o n P a n a m a s a n d n o b b y stra w h a t s , a n d th e n e w p a t e n t v e n t i l a t e d C h a p e a u x in a l l colors fo r S u m m e r w e a r, a t L . A . S i r k b t ’s , 213 M a in st. P e r s o n a l . — D r . D a r r i n , th e h e a l e r , a t N o . 9 C a r r o ll s t r e e t , w i l l b e a b s e n t from th e c i t y from to - d a y noon u n t i l M o n d a y , J u l y 1 9 th , a t 2 P . M ., u n p r o f e s s i o n a l b u s i ­ ness, fo r w h ich h e receiv e s a fee of $2l)0. W e u n d e r s t a n d t h e D o c to r h a s co n c lu d e d to re m a i n w i t h u s u n t i l S e p t e m b e r 1st, i n ­ ste a d of A u g u s t 1st. m e A l k a l o i d s t h a t b leech th e te e t h d e ­ s t r o y t h e m . T h e b a lsam ic S o z o d o n t co n ­ ta i n s n e i t h e r a c r i d ac id n o r co r ro s iv e alk a li. I t is a p u r e a n d m ild v e g e t a b l e p r e p a r a t io n , a n d co n t a in s a so p o n a c e o u s p r i n c i p l e , d e ­ riv e d fro m th e fam o u s S o u th A m e r ic a n Soap T r e e , w h i c h re n d e r s i t t h e fin e s t clean s in g p r e p a r a t i o n e v e r u s e d fo r d e n t a l p u rp o e e s . O r r r x & s . — W h o l e s a l e a n d R e t a i l , 2 j 7 E a g a n & C o ., 251 M a i n s t . 8 2 0 0 ^ H E W A R D — L U S T O R S T O L E N r.iiig of Ju l y 10, ls> 9, a u old black m e m o r a n ­ dum or po k e t b o o k , c o n taining th e follow ing paper-: A receipt of deposit of U. S. bond* t i t h e am o u n t of #40.200, from F a rm e rs’ and Mechanics’ N a tional Bank of B u ffa'n, X. Y ., t o A. Clark. Ai.x> th e follow ing prom isory notes, payable to A. C lark «-r o rder, to-w it: One f o r #1000, an o th e r for $2000, a n d an o th e r for $1700, m a d e by C h illcn Claris. ta . e for $50o, m ade hy N e h c m iah Candee. (•ne for # '0 0 , m a d e by Ju l i a Clark and C lcansa Clark. (ir e f o r $49, m a d e hy U riah F ranklin All per*-ns are w a rned ag.-inst n e g o tiating any in tcs m a l e hy any of th e a -.ovo person* and paya- b 'e to t h e suh*cribtr nr his order. Tiie l>o\k a lso contained o t h e r papers. T h e s u b ­ scriber will pay $50 rew a rd for th e re t u rn to him of th e valuable pap. r* contained in th e said hook, or $ '5 0 f o r t h e detecti..n «nd conviction of th e puiaon or person.* w h o .stoic it. A L A X S 0 V CLAKK, A n v inform a tion m a y be * n t t o OATMAN oi 8 >N. A n g o la, fcric u . .t v . N. Y ., or to X. M oK E Y , A tto r ­ ney, tsc.. Buffalo, N. V. P E R S O N A L . CUts /, r lin th u ingfi h a d d itio n a l Hue 5 c- ut*. R S O N A L Y O U t A N M A K E A good tilin g in c h a u i n g o u t y o u r h o u sa hy *eud- aper of all kinds &.C., &c., t< s n r t h i r ty r 4 3 cents id r e r tisr m e a ts w d exceeding f o u r L i words inserted u n d e r th is h e a d ing ■h a d d itio n a l line 3 cents. CHI1TEWA 8T— A GOOD COOK, W a s h e r and Ir>>ntr; one we 1 recom m e n d e d . 1 lietw een 9 am i 11 A. to. — EAST S\\ AN Sl WAN I'i.i*. A i ! eook, « m h< n 1 i r u < r . WAN ST WANTED IMMEDI- -ly, a g ill to do general housew o rk; one 4 1 Ca l : 8 7 1 9 0 i an c o nic well recom m e n d e d . cot*;: ; 1- t ' , w a ter, Ac. .ate r a m i cel- lo t 49x100 li-sto r y brick; ( Price, $3000. ’ • 2^3 llud.*on st., 2-story fram e ; ga.* lar Pi ice. $3ooo. 425 L o u i.iana s t . , 1 -ttory cottag Price, 8W0. M ichigan a n d N o rth st.*., tw o l j - s t o r y b rick , new ; lo t 30x102. l’ricc, $3000. 43-i M ichigan s t 2 *t >ry nrick; gas and w a ter. Price, 83500 1 SALE THE TWO l’<»l R STO- ry houses. Nos. 14 a n d 18 Maiden Lane. For inform a ti- n ii.ipure on t h e prcm i. es H o u s e s f o r s a l e b y L y o n i. BAKEK. •14 W e t T u p p e r ct . , 2-story fram e ; ga.*, w a ter, batn, furnac.-. L o t S . J x y j . Price $5600. 114 b o u th Division st., 2-story biick. com m o dious ai.d having m o d e rn im p rovem e n ts . L cat-on desir­ able f o r dow n -tow n bus:n tss n u n . P r ice $*ooo. M a riner s t., east side, near A llen s t., 2-story brick. Lot. 32x100. Price 5-0000. 484 K llicott St., 14-slory fram e . L o t 25x132. Pri> e $2500. 4ao N iagara s t . , 2-.*tory b r ick , fram e b a m . Lot 40 :2- 4; a very pleasant neat place. Price $7000. 40 ; S e n e c a s t . , 2-story fram e sto r e and dw e lling; ga* and w a U r. L o t 25x1(0. Price $4000. ly le n tl i s t . , 2 -story fram e . L o t 25x100. Price $25oo. 450 Swan .st., 2-story fram e sto r e and dw e lling; ga*, wat* r , t l - . Lot 53^x120. P rice $3500. h'«hN S MAKER. E rie Land Office. L Ok SALE 1-STORY FRAME STORE -jl. ai.d •••'• 1 i. 1 . mi B a tavia St., m a r Spring; goovl cellar. L o t 32xlL’o; large frcm e barn on lot. LV ON ii BA h fr l i , E rie Land Office. t l o f T A G K S F O R S A L E . t No. 122 Van ttm * -elaeur st., 1-st.>r\ fram e cot­ tage. L o t 2; x !20. P r o*. $7'JO. AL*o, 1 -st jry fram e cottage 0:1 Van fteii.*se!acr st. ricar Elk. Price t LYON BA K E R , Erie L u n i Office. U M . \ L L F A R M F D R S A L E O R E . \ i O '-bang Lot of a l x u t 12 acres, good house well lin *:.-:• 1 a iid out-im ilding* m g<>od o r u e r; a large In n p a r k , fhu o r c h a r d of apidcs, ju-ars, cherries, etc. E w r . (uing in g'-od c-jiul.tion; situ a te in Ka*t P . 111 - broke. l i mill'* from railroad dejx't, 7 m iles w e st < f B a ta' i v. VN iff < x c liange for a *1 ug place iu th e ciri worth $ ;000 to #4-'*00, and jwy ifference; o r will sell < n ea*\ term s . LY o N fi BA K E R , E ric Land Office. H U U S E ON I very convcniein thu southe i*t com D E L A W A R E t a n d com n m d ious dw heir ar.d . sale i L j'D K S A L E O R Main s tr e e t, in e legant A ticertisem e n t* iu 1 CO words inserted 1 ach a d d itio n a l l in ■ H E L P -M A L E S . ii, 0 fo u r iin. is heading fo i • cents. W A N T E D IM M E D I A T E L Y , T W EN ty flour b a rrel c o o p e rs; w a . e s, 10c. E n q u ire at th e RiaiA itock Ferrv ( •opcr bhu S I T I A T I O X S - H I t L E S . A d v e r tisem e n t* not e x c e e d ing f o u r lines o r t h irti two words inserted u n d e r thi* heading f o r 4 3 ccnr< each a d d itio n a l line 3 cents. V y A X T E D . A S I T U A T I O N A S S A L E S - Y V m a n ; h a v e h a d five y e a n experience; m l ited references given. A d d ress C L E R K , thi* offi im m e d iately. W J A N T E D , B Y A Y O U N G M A N O l •c y e a rs of a g t , a s itu a tio n a* alei • 1 11*11 ranee office; ha- had expe d references given. Addrt-*8C.'. M. ty-< in a Kcal E - tate • ien c e in b o th ; go K , this ...ffice. B Y A ns; Land W ANTED- EMPLOYMENT gentlem a n having t in so qua ifieat ami M a rine Surveying L -veiling, Xuviga vatioii a n d M a n u facture o f Fibres, g e n ra! knowledgi of M echanics, w rites well, tolerable accountant, ac’iv e - 39. Address O. P. S . , Com m ercial A d v e r­ tiser ofii.'c. 1BTANTED SITI ATION BY A V ▼ y -ung m a n of 17 in a store; good reference S I T U A T I O N S — F E M A L E S . A d v e r tisem e n t* not e xceeding f a i r Hues o r thirty- nserted und e r t h i - heading f o r 4 5 ccnti ■ • each ad d 1 A N A M E R I C A N a s itui W O M A N W I S H E S nurse to ta k e care ol an infant, ic*, a n d hv* hail m u c h oxjk.- t S tneca stre e t, old No. \ I 7 A N T E I > S I T U A T I O N A S H O U S E V w keep e r o r to do plain sew ing. W o u ld I* w illing t » assist about housew o rk. In q u ir e at 2o I t l M N E * * ( H A M E S . exceeding f o u r lin e s o cds inserted un Iditit A N T E D A t . join adv. large profits rea'ized. r th is h e a d ing Jin th, * c e n ts , w PARTY irtiser in a. Add re.- W I T H ^0(H! C IO A L Y A R D A N I) L O C K S F O R S A L E . J The Lease?, Sheds, Locks, Scales and o ther property of th e “ S h a w m u t Coal On,” 011 th e Oh Basin, is offered for salt-, presenting a g-o^d opjxi tu m t y to any p e r . . 1 . desirou- . f engaging In th e coal trade. LYON to BA K E R , Eri* Land • »IIi. W I T H Y y A N T E D - A l ’A R T N Eli to $20 000 c a p ital. EDWARDS x BUCK- from #1' business, air-, ad v e stablish LAND, 10 E. Sen. A F L O U R A N D G R I S T M I L L F D R x x -ale in Canada, s ituated n e a r tw-. lines-, r. .:ui, 100 m iles from Buffalo, on th e Buffalo and Lake H u ron R a ilroad; th e w a ter privilege is u n s u r­ passed in the country ; plenty of w in a t in th e neigh­ borhood. The mii 1 is fitted up with th ree run . f stones in ?ood run n in g order; $3600 dow n , b a lance years. F o r |iarticuiars addre s FRED . ii. GU L L E 'iT, D r u m isj P. o . , O n tario, Canada. L O U R M I L L F O R S A L E IN T H E luffah.; l uilding bri. k , large and uipa- : o f a ix r .e busim **; lot lo*«xll5; t n r e e ru n oi ne, w ith m a c h inery and p .wer f. .r m re. Term* easy. F.-r p a r ticulars apply to H U M E i SAN­ FORD, 16 W est Swan st. F 1 Pow e r, F o u n d ry, He. TO O L S , - H a v ing p u rchased all the F i v e h u n d r e d d o z e n m e n ’s (ail n e w sty le s ) s t r a w h a t s o p e n e d t h i s d a y a t 291 M a i n s t . , B e & g t o l d A B k o . O v e r w h e l m i n g s t o c k of b o y s ’ a n d ch ild d r e n ’s s t r a w h a t * a t 291 M a in s t r e e t , B ergtold A B ro . firm o f N agle & W eed, in tn e Ca?ca/o st. I r o n w o r k s , t.cinz one of t h e Vh *t f u m u b t d ir. t h e c- u n try, consisting of large and sm all tools f r doing a ll kinds of iron w o rk, we are prepared to Irase tn e above and lu m isn pow e r tu run th e *vme; also, foundry w il 1 nt rented if desired w ith th e m a chine shop. The prem ises c a n be c o n v e n iently divid-d and let in sepa­ rate room s. F o r 1 .articular* inquire of £ . B. HOLM E 8, M ichigan s tr e e t a n d can ah _________ ^ \ R A R E C H A N C E T«> M A K E A A F o r tu n e .—To a n y young m a n w ith a little tact a n a e o e r g y , having a -m a llam o u n t of m o n e y , o r who can give security for ti.e am o u n t, a n excellent chance to m a k e a f o r tune is o ffered by a g*-u' e m u w ho i* a b o u t to em b a rk :n bu-int:-* ..n a larg e r scale. Hi* well e»tAhlishe«l *r.d th r iv in g dry goods business by which f o r year* Le h a . aoquired a go«jd living and ccna d tr a b ie beside*, w itb an extensive patronage, will he soid 011 favora le term s , a n d needs to be *et-n only to afford a sufficient g u a rantee of th e prosperity of hia -ucco-teor. (*o«^l s tore 301ett f r o n t; re n t $600. A d dress U . B ., box 1 s t , Albany , y . S T . — T H E dliug on o f D eiaw a re and H u ron st.*.. c.-i unu na-cm c n t, parlor, s itting-room , library, in and bathroom on first floor; furnace, hot Id w a ter, e tc .—all in p e rfect o rder. For r LYON 6i B A K ER. TC> RENT—NU. 625 A p p ly to _____________________ ju i i ; * u r r O , -I P e a rl st. p O B SALE—THAI SUBSTANTIAL 1 ? an 1 c .m n iodious 2-*tory (front a n d rear) Bri-I. H o u s e , w ith large ground?, well stocked w x* d -l.a-lc tree-, th e residence of th e late H o o g o , !:*.| . located o n tiie s.'U thw e s tcoriie and L;ic-j *t*. Apply t o J O H N OTTO, >*1 i L ’’ 1 R v r t. LA 8 8 !)\Y E L L I N (1S U Sale. A new residence ju.*t com p ’etcd, \ii Main ^t., n.-ar N o rth st.; large house, finely finished ia 111 ulem stale; lot 52*x2(H. A good 2- torv hrick dw e lling, No. 142 N inth st., cem e n t c e llar and cistern, furnace, ga-, Ac.; house in perfect .-rd'-r, finely papered kc. Tli.' al'-g:int dow n -town residence o n N iagara square, Man*ard roof, well built, nearly new , fin.shed in good style and ex p .n - e . An extrem e ly desirable place f..r persons requiring t > live n e a r to business. Prices and term ? reasonable. LYON ,v &AKEK. Erie Land Office. fru it iVdliani .f Main ;arl *t. F D R i ^OK ' \ i i- NO. 222 FRANKLIN 8T.t e ltir* ly new , j u s t furnished w ith every conven­ ience a n d in.id rn im p rovem e n ts. Also, No. 171 B ryant *t.,-v 2-storv and w ing fram e h ou*c: large lo t well stocked w ith fru i t ; iu a neighliorhood w h ere prujw rty is rapidly increasing iu va.ue. Apply t . J O H N OTT<>, 8 1 c- st. j. SALE TH A T . VALUABLE 1 pr. 1 perry ..11 n o r th w e s t corner of W a s h ington ‘I'd N o rth Divi-ion s tr e e ts, to lot 4 1 x 1 20;house b rick, tw ..-story. w ith wing—one of th e m o st desirable corners in th e city, e it h e r for residence o r for busi- JO H N OTTO. 81 P e a r i st. 8T . L ' D R S A L E — 2 2 D E L A W A R E S ' Lot 941x115; a tw o -story, a ttic and wins 110 u.se, c o n taining 16 room s; very elegant, in fine o r ­ der, w ith all m o d e m im p rovem e n t*. Ai.*.> a liam . JO H N OTTO Bl Peai F 'D K S A L E — H u l 8 E A N D H ) i 8 . W . cor. Swan and M ichigan s u e ; l o t 198x112$. Also two farm s on H a m b u rgh Turnpike. T e rm s easy Inquire nf S. C. ADAM S , w ith P r a t t tt Co. 1 22’ F O R S A L E . A d r e r tu !wo words ’ach aiidi' ■ment* n o t , zc- <. inserted under th ouul line ii rents m g f o u r lim * or th irty- » h e a d ing f o r 4 3 cents, ' P H E L E A S E , G O O D W I L L A N I ) 1 j .art ot th e f u r n itu r e of a g e n teel private h o m i­ ng hou-c, centrally locate<l; can he hail >.n easy crm*. Ad ' i - •> f.«r tw o dav* A. B ., thi* office. F ' - ’l n L ' o r . S A I .K — M l . 4 J 7 S r lj-^tory fram e house, n e a r 'v 1 S A L E — N O . 49 B E N N E T T S T ., fram e in go *1 o rder; term s casv. M M. M’COMB, M S. Divi-i n st. S W A N S T ., . , — d in fine condition. Price #3000. M M. M’COMB, 10 S. D1 vi*ion st. C'OR SALE NO. 3 FARGO W EN! };. J a 2-story fram e .1 w illing w ith w ing, gas, w a ter and cellar, m a rble m a n tles, toe. This 1b o n e of the finest hull', fram e houses in th is city. P r . #45'-'. M. M. M'UOMB, 10'». D ivi-ion et. O R S A L E O R R E N T — S T O R E A N D dwelling on Sen»-ca st., N o . 332.; an excellent place for a grocery. This propertv rents f o r #403; will sell f-.r $2300, if sold w ithin 30 davs [. M'CGMB, 10 Division st. A L E — NO'. 1 F A R G O A V E N U E . fram e house, new , w ith all the m odern proveinent*; lo t 25x150. T h i - i s a licauti ul loea- n. The house wi,l be ready f o r occupation in one m o n th. Price, #4 .to. M. M’COMB, 10 S. Di virion st. h \ jlacc rill s p O R S A i J 1 2 : t ' • ry | p O R S A L E S E V E R A L S M A L L J ? farm s, 0 1 .c of 7 a c res, one of 21 acre*, o n e of 21 a c res, one of 30 acre*, ..ne --f 1*1 acres, one of 464 ••■res, o n e < i 65 acre*- all - f them finely located and a* go--d dw ellings and barn* on ail of th e m , well watered a n d g- -i orchard. W o i sell c h e a p for cash, jr would exchange f. r city propertv. M M. M’OOMB, 10 S. Divis. 1 . vt. F O R JOHN h X>K SALE — A MORTGAGE $3000; also one fo r $2500. Aj p ly to hi Pi •OR brilrick *L b bouse, tw S A L E O R R E N T . — A N E W . ^ *nd attic, jo s t c om p ic- •hoi .n hard ..... .d, ga»>, hoi and ochi w;, cer, » a tu room , cem e n t vei.ar, .v ... Mtuatevl on 7th tre e t. betw een Connecticut and V e rm o n t -tn e t* Term s n as >nahle. App!v t«. D k WI I T C . W E E D t C \ , Cor. Main and >w a n *tre< la > U I L D I N G 0 > T S .> LY o N to B a k e r . Soutbeaxt e a rner Edw a rd and V irginia ri,?. • 1 1 9 ft on Ed a ard r i . , 59 f t >.n V. rginix s t . , 200 ft deep Lin w ood avenue, west side; 160 ft south of U tica St., 44xl2«q. Linw . o i avenue, w e st ride, n o r th of B a rker *t. 59x236 f t . l l o f t wi.le in r e a r ’ LY o N to B A K E R . Erie Land Offict FUR SALE BY TO L£T-8TO B E !l. Advertisements not exceeding f o u r tines or thirty two words inserted under this heading f>jt ‘4 3 cents, ch a d d itional line 5 cents. S t o k e s t o l e t — i s o , j C l HOKE l o t s , NINTH ST., EAST / side, no i th co m e r o f Jersey rt., op]ionite th e residence of W. G. Fargo, Esq. These lot* are 165 ft deep, are >.n high g round, w ith look o u t <.n the Bay, C a n a d a ri ‘re. etc. W ili be sold in pwrrC)n. ______________ LYON to BAKER, E rie Land OflR-e. X X S t J R A X . K S T . K S — B t ' F K A I . . > e l - ty , W e d t r n and Buffalo M u tual Insurance Htoek o o - jg h t a t d a. id hy EDW ARDS to BUCKLAND Real E state and Insurance B rokers, No. lo Ea*t »eri- eca at. I Aj.pl o roomu bu*iin T O RENT. JL No. 77 Pea Fern : *t. 1 » OOM S N o . 44 '1 » F F l( ES a t N o. 353 M ain s t . , on first floor; alsn, th r e e r * n , ko.’d iocation for a land agen. \ or insurance bu s i e u , o r fo F F K E S T O L E T T W O flrin s t . , o n 1 it ion fo r a Un a phvtician or law y 8 P L E N D I D O F F I C E S IN :arl *t. A p p ly to JO H N OTTO, 81 A N D O F F I C E S T O L E T — S a i n street, 2d s to ry gas a n d w a te r. : -i» Mai. street, 2d s to r y , gss and w a ter. 56 U o y d s tr e e t, 2 d , 3d a n d 4th a tones. r.VQN to BAKER. TO RENT. Tne room s are desirable and th e pow e r con­ stant Hi q u ir e of E. to B. HOL-dES, M ichigan st. 11 .i th e C anal, Buffalo. J ^ O o M S A N D P O W E R ( 1 - J m a n u f a c turing purposes, f o u r floors, each ‘26x 75, w ith office and ga* and w a ter, s itu a te co m e r of W a s h ington st. and th e Canal. LYON » BAKEK, Krie Laud Office. O F T 8 F O R R E N T F O R L I G H T T O L E T - H O I S E S . ________ A d v e r tisem e n ts not exceeding f o u r lin e s o r thirty- two words inserted u n d e r th is heading f o r 4 3 cents, each a d d itio n a l line 5 cents. D w e l l i n g s a n d c o t t a g e s R E N f . - We have a few dwelling* and cc T O tt::_. * IJllgl or t h r e e s u iis >4 r-K im sto re n t wit ises-'ion. A jp l v a t No 5 N iag .r a *:., L. W ILSON to 80 V S T ., 84 Hu ; ga* and w 2,0 300 r p O K E N 1. — l t iu P A l M E R 1 story t r i k; c iiar, cist, r n , to .- .................... h . t. 2 s tory brick ; cellar, cistern, to. toon s t. 1 -sto r y fratno................................. 69 C a rroll s t . , 1|-sto ry Iran 70 Carey *t , lj-'story fraim Tw.. new 1J-story fram h< u -es on H a m p -hirc s t . , n e a r N iacara, e - c h .............................................. New 2-story fram e house on S e n e c a s t.,h c tw i« n Kinney and S p r in g sta .; gas, w a ter, cedar, toe. will b fin:, h e .1 b y A u g u * t 1 ........................ l-*tory f r a m e in roar o f io t a b o v e , o n FoN- iu *t 1 -itory u a m c ,.n M adiso st., cast side, second south of S jcain o ie s t . , jm r y e a r ........................... 72 HASTINGS to OTT \ N o . 3 Brow n ’s Bui dings. r J ’ \ R E N T 2D STORY O F A N E W 2 I story f ram e house o n F in e s t . , n e a r W illiam ; 4 ro. m s, w ith nos. LYON to B A R E R , E rie Land Of lice. ’ | ' ( » R E N T S T O R E A N D D W E L L I N G 1 on M am *t. near V irginia. Also, •_'i-‘ torv hii.-k ft.-re and dw e lling 011 M ichigan st n e a r S y c a m o re; gas a n d w a ter. LYON to B A K E R , E rie Land Office. FURNISHED HOl SE TO KEN T. Mv house, N .. 617 Main - t . . Buffri.., w ith a den in a high state of c u ltiv a tio n atta< hcd, i* to be rented t«i x sm a ii fam ily Ior ih r c e or six mouth.* or unMI th e fir-t of May n e x t. Posse *!<>n giv.-n on th e l* t of J u l y n e x t. Piano, picture*, to :., included. Gas, w a ter, furnace, w o o d 'h e d and barn. F r inf«*r ruation, apply on tn e prem ise* on any day before 1* A. M. d u r in g th e present m o n th 0 K 0 KGK YV. H O ! O H T O N . No 617 Mai t. » «»K R E N I A F l i N 1 8 H E D H O I 8 E , I d No. 42 G o c d e ll st. Apply t o J O H N OTTO, 81 Peari s>(. 1 ,'l RNl.MiKD HOUSES FOR REN J No. 142 N inth s t.; 2-*tcn brick vlwelhng n : A finished, jil. tcly furnished. , furnance, cellar etc ; 2-storv brick . tii f n n iitu r e . R e n t #§oo LYON to BA K E R , Erie -T O R E N T T O and Office. A G O O D No. 105 C a r .. vater, etc. W A X T E I T ▼ te n a n t , f sion *t. In q u ir e on th e prem ises. I f O R R E N T — A D E S I R A B L E H K IC K JU D w elling, w e st side <>f Main st., ten m inute* w«lk fri-m th e Post. Mice; furnished th r o u g h o u t, large y a r d , and large quan tities of f r u i t of different varieties. W ill b e rented low and I'osaes ion given im m e d iately. K * W ARDS to BUCKLAND, Rea1 Estate and Insurance Broker*, No. 10 K. 8 e n e c a s t. R E N T — A F U R N I S H E D ll< * i > F , I 48 J o h n s o n ’s place f o r 3 m o n ths from Ju n o I, 1869. Apply to J O H N OTTO, 81 Pearl st. H O I S L F I K M S I H M . . I f R U I T P kind.*, SON'S 319 Ma C 1LO T HI 1 ) est st.* J A R S - A l I. T H K B E S T . he found a t JO H N C. J EW E IT to I E 8 W R I N G E R S — T H E L A R G - ;f th e V»est W ringers a t J . C. JEW ETT to SON'.*, 319 M ain s t. f d u n E D W A R D ’S F R E N f li STON 1 f l C h ina :>t J . C. J E W E T T to SON’S, 319 Main M B L E 8 , W I T H T H E itcn t A ir tig h t C o v e r, at J. C. JE W ­ ETT to S O N ’S, 319 Main ** W A R E ,’ F O R K S , lock in th e city at J 19 Main st. I E L L K Y f l New Put. Q I L V E R l ’L A T E I ) lO Spoon*, &c. The finest 0 . JEYVKIT to SON’S, 319 .' I > E F 1 : 1 • ; k i : \ i i *TTs, i i ■ k c h k s t s a n d (. W a ter Cooler*, o u r own m a k e , a t J C. J E W ­ ETT to SO N S , 319 M ain s t E1BCAT1OTAL. PROSPECT H LL SC*00L YOUN' LA D IFS, G R E E N F IE L D , MASS. 1 i; '■ • .r ..; - S- p t *. As th e num b e r of is limit? ui ta d ) ipplicat ...1 is desirable, •ireulais, a d d re-s* M i s s LOJS it. W R IGH r, G recnth ld, Mas* feriv.c. s: P.cv . F. F r-.ihingham , Buffai.., Rev. . E. II. C h a p n, 1». D ., New of t i-nry ihlic •''aim:. : i. . !• . E , , 11 i t 1 Sp.ingliel i lie, Q 11E<; A R Y IN S T I T U T E . 15-.: AND 1529 S P R U C E ST . P!I H A D E L P IIIA , PA. E N G L I S H A N D F R E N C H . FOR YOUNG LA D IES AND MISSES. B o arding and Day Pupils. W ill re-ojK.ii ton Mon­ day, s o p t .-mb r Oth. French 1 * t h e language of th e fam ily, a n d i* c o n s an tlv spoken in t h e in s ti tm e . M tobAM E D’llERY I LY , Prim ipal. i e u l m n c E X ■ t S I C X L . QECONK-HASD PIAKOS FOB SALE C 5 UR ‘I*. LET. 1 ch . kering Concert Grand, 7-octaves. Pri < , j. 1 (Juild to Co. Square, 7J-octavi s. I’ric o .............. I 1 Hi nson to Co., Square, 7-octaves. Price ............ ‘ . I I fai let to Alien, Square, 7-octave*. Price .......... : 1 C luckering, ?.|u a r e , 6-octave.*. P r ice .. 1 1 Keogh, Square, 6J-octaves. Price........................... ] 1 ( eih to W a lker, Square,6-octaves. P r ice ___ 1 Broad wool. Upright, 6-;ctaves. Price............... 1 Garland, Square, 6-octave* Price .......................... 1 Nunna to Co., Square .' flaves. Pri.-r ......... COTTIER & DENTON, 269 Main s treet, C -»liKlv KUKTZMAN, PIANO MANI J FA C T U R E K , c o r n e r Batavia a n d Eirr. s ts , twe *q’iar< s from old O j u r t H o u se. The suliscrilx-r r.tej>* constantly on hand a choice asw irtm e n t of Piano Fortes, in elegant rosewood cases, which he w arrant* to be e q u a l in t o n e , touch and finish to any m anufac­ tured in th e country. Persons desirous of obtaining a superior in s tr u m e n t aro respectfully lnvnted give him a call before piirct-as'r g •■l<icwli«*e CHRISTIA N KUKTZMAN W O O D E N W A K E . ^ J O O P E R A O E . F. K. PLUM BUY, Tank ar.d C istern B u ilder, and dealer In new and second h a n d barrels, tan k s , hoope, staves and head­ ing. All kinds »f C o o p e rage constantly on hand a n d m ade in th e neatest style and w a rranted. O u tside Jobbing done a t all tim e s a n d on the m o st re.vor.abb 'erm * . X<* 9* W ashington *t., e n tr a n c e on Pearl, betw e en Main and W ash ngton *t*. G r a d i n g a n d c r R B r v o n o r t h P E A R L S T R E E T .- N o tice is hereby given th a t sealsd proposal* will be received a t t h o o * c « the S treet Com m issioner u n til M o u tlay, J u l y 26 th , 1869, a t 10 o 'clock A. M., for g rading N o itli Pearl street to it* full w iath , a n d opening t h e g u t te r s and rcu n d in g up t h e carriagew a y th e r e in 36 feet wide, and s e ttxag t h e curbing betw e en th e n o r t h cu r b line of V irginia s treet and th e so u th cu tb line of A llen street. A L E X A N D E R BRU S H , S treet Cum m issionei. Buffalo, J u ly 17, 1S69. gl9-0t W E K S A N D R E C E I V E R S IN H A M P S H IR E STREET. - N o tice is here­ by given th a t sealed pro]-.sals will l*e rreeived at th e office o f ti.e S treet ('*.ninii*>;on e r u n til M»nda; _ Ju l y 26, i860, a t 10 o'clock A. M ., f o r constructing sew e rs a n d receivers w ith p a U n t cast irou stench ira; .*, a t th e follow ing |Kiinu*, viz: Southw e s t co r n e r of H am |»shfre and E leventh street*. S ai t h w e st corner of H a m p s h ire and Tw e lfth street*. S o u thw e s t corner of H a m p s h ire and T h irteen th streets. ALEX A N D E R B R U S H , S t r e e t C o m m issioner. Bnffalo, J u l y 17, IBM . g l9-6t O F IN T E N T I O N T O T A K E STREET. Notice i« hereby 1 th a t th e Com m o n Council o f theC it; N o t i c e o f LA N D POR f Buffalo iiiteud to take an d a |‘|«ropriatr the land a n d property necessary tola* o u t a pu: lie s tr e e t o r highw a y , four rods w ide, betw e n F e rry street am i th e highwjr. know n a* th e B ^ tavia ]«lank road or Genesee stre e t ' to be nam e d M oselle s t r e e t , th e cen tr e line of which proposed highw a y shall l>e t h e west line of lots **T. 51 a n d 52, in the eleventh tow n s h ip and seventh range of th e H o lland Land C o m p a n y lands. GEORGE S. W ARDW E L L . City Clerk. Dated Buffalo. Ju ly 1.1869. ______________ g220t- V IN T E N T I O N . — N O T I C E Jiv< v e n th a t th e Com m o n O u n c i l of ;ho city of Buffalo intend to take th e land and pri pertv necessary * ay o u t a public s tr e e t or highw a y , four r.> is w ide In-twcen Allen and N. r th streets an ]x.rall 1 w ith M aui s tr e e t , a n d f o u r teen reds distance and w e s 'e rly therefrom . D a te d Buffalo, J u n e 19, 1869. GEO. S. W A R D W E L L , - f21 -20t C ity C lerk. ■ V T O T I C E O F i l is hereby g i l BERIOI E ’.lurkin, |>laintiff, agaii C O U R T O F B U F F A L O rj E lichacl S L f’L i i ' arv E w.H»d, widow of Jo h n EII wvmh I, d. TLomua D u rkiu aud J l.ii llann-.v.ui, 1 'or* •>{ th e last will ar.d testam e n t of Jo h n fill' deceased, P a trick 8hann. n , Michael S h a n n o n , B ridget Shannon, Mar. a ret .Shannon, Mary L inihau, U a tha r lie Ell wood Jo h n M l wood, Mary E llw v o d , A b r a ­ ham D. A. M ilU r, J o h n U itin c r , Jo i n Par*.ons, de Icndant-i. To t h e Dt f e m iants ah -v* nam e d : Y o u are hereby sun m o iied t .answ e r the com p laint in th is action, a .d serve a copy <>f y o u r answ e r 011 ui at our office in th e c ity of Buffalo, N. Y ., w ith n tw en ty day* after t h e service hereof, e x c lusive o f t h e day f sii.-h- serv > ; and if you fail t o answ e r t h e com ­ plaint as aforesaid, th e pi u n tiff will apply to th* court f-T th e relief dem a n d e d in *aid com p laint; which complain*, wa* filed in t h e offi-e of th e Cierl the S u p e rior C o u rt o f Buffalo, a t a d c itv , on 12th .lav of May, 18 9. R. to P. D. K. SA UNDERS, Plaintiffs' Attorney! Pat? d B u g ^ o , M?> 14 tl. I *. 0, c u 1’i.K i o K t o r i : ' O F B U F F A L O - o 'xry D u rkin, plaintif ot iunst Marv Ell wood of Jo h n Bllwi • I, . .■ceast.i, M ici.acl Noon Tli***.. 1‘urkiu and J t h n H anna v a n , Executors oi (he la • will a n d te?tam e n ( •f J o h n Kllvv.'od, detcaa- ed, 1 •ri •!-: Shim m ii , Mi ■liael Sliiuinoii, B r idget Sham • i. M a rgaret Sh:uu.• it, Mary L inihan, C a thi- rine h i« o o d , J o h n EUwot i, ilo r y L lltiood, Ahra- ham 1 . A. M iller, J o h n Grein c r , J o h n P a rsons, de­ To the defendants al«« vc named* You arc hereby sum m oi ed, to answ e r th e com- plain t in this action, and serve *w.-r ou u* at o u r office, in th e cilv of Buffalo, N. w ithin tw e n ty e *ys a f te r th e servi e herer-f. ex. sve o f t lie d a y f such *erviee; and if you fail t<> swer t h e conq.ti ,nt a* a f o n s a i.l, th e plaintiff will p i . to th e C o u rt f. r t h e relief dem a n d )d in *aul e. plaint; which o m p h i t was fi'cd in th e offi.-c of the > 1> rk of tin- S u p e tine C o u r t of Buffalo, a t said ( ..n tho 12thdav ,t M av, 1869. R. to P. D. K. SA U N D E R S ’ P laint iff’.* A tto r n e y Pat« •! May 8 th , 1869. 1 1 T Y O R D I N A N C E . C IN COMMON C O U N C IL ,) Buffalo, J u n e 28,1809. ) Resolved, T h a t th e Common Council of t h e city of Buffalo, hy v ir tu e of t h e pow er a n d a u th o r it y v«atcd .11 it hy th e c h a r t e r of *»i.l city, doc* hereby kiucik section 14 o f c h a p ter 8 of th e U r.iiiiauccs of t h c . i t ; of Buffalo, so t h a t th e sam e *hall lead a* follow*: 5 14. No per.-.,ii shall dum p , unload, e a s t or de p-.*it,. t cause to I* dum p e d , unloaded, .a r t o r de I>osited, any oa th which shall have been dredged I ram th e bottom of Buffalo rincr. ..r o t anv of Up, 1 1 k duly • Buffai Dat vatcrs o•f iih . the penalty of fifty Lak w ithin th e bound* of the :• tw ee ii th e new liglith u*, feet easterly th . reform , I. liar* f-.r each and evirv i.acted i the , the Sth day foing o rdinance* v Council of th e c i f J u n e , 1869, an.i a|v ity o n th e 10 th day * 1 by th e M ayor of sai.l 1 S'j'J. G E O R G E S. W ARDW E L L , C ity Clerk. . 1 Buffalo, J u l y 14, 1869. g!C-7t N ’O T l U E O F IN T E N T I O N T O LAND FOR a STREET. Notice is he T A K E reb> giv th a t tiie Common Council of th e C ity of Buffai. inti i.d to tak e th e land and pro|>orty necessary to lay ..ut a four-rod stre e t o r highw a y , from th e s o u th s nt th e P r a tt to W adham Slip to th e H a m b u rg tu pike, th e n o rtherly and south, rlv line of said str. I . . ..inmciioc ou th e s o u th side of th e P r tt to W: ham 8 iip , 4 7 feet ea-t fr .in th e t..u th e a » t corner th e Bluckwu l Canal and th e P r a t t to W adham Klip , 1 ' ............... and p a r d lu l to a n d 1 1 \ * :i*t vi uly ii th.- fclackwcll Ca 1 to p..i 29 P'.-1'H) feet southerly fr« m the south line .f lot 45, the ce southerly to a |H.hit in tin north line •>! i o t 112 feet distant easterly from the Black wtI ■ anal; thence ro itberly [>aral . 1 to and 1 1 2 feet di* tar t out. riy fr.o. Rlackuci; Canal to a pvdut 11 feet south ireui thr i.j«th line of lot 5o, or i.orth lire of lot .V*. Ogrlrn Gore Tract; tbcn. e . asterly parallel to and 216 feet distant southerly from the face of the d. ck along tbe Houtn hapk of Buffalo River to the westerly line of the Hamburg turnpike; the eant and north due of soud stree to l»e 68 feet distant at right angle* and parallel to the above described west and routh line*. GEORGE S. WARDWELL, City Clerk. g 2 - 20 t wl Buffalo. .Tidy 1. 1S69. A T I O K M i l s . |?ORBUSH X. HYATT, J ? Successor, t*r E. B. to W If. y rhu»>,, Salicit)>r 3 of American and Foreign Pat? n’ts and ATTORNEYS IN PATENT CASES ced's Block, comer of Main and Swan str- ctn BUFFALO, N. Y. * w ii- A a v to Connvellor a t Iovw. Mechanical Engineer BRASS. 1KOV. &r. T> UFFALO BRASS FOCXDBV, \ ••' . 1 , n. Y, BSAS CASTING l\ ALL ITS BH.M'Hb NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOCH.Y D..XE, And Warranted Sati*factnry. N o t ic e o f in t e n t i o n t»» ta k e 1.4 ND FOR A STREET. Notice is hereby giv- • n that the Common Counul of the city of Buffalo intci-d to take z n l ap).rupriate the land and j.rojKirty ncceasary to lay out :« four-red street or highway i r. ’in the Ahljot t’s C .rner* Plank Road to the present bridge over Cawnovii creek, on Caz<*novia road, the centre line of *anl new street to la: a liny drawn |»ar allel to ai.d 33 feet di-tant a* rifc‘ * ang e? westerly from the line ittvvecn l u* 24.-.) aud 249) of the In'- .'a.. I escrvation line, uiu extending fi.un tie north hue of ti.e Abbott s Corners plans road northerly :hr. ugh lot 248) t:II it -trike* the south abutment * ti.e ! i d.e over the Ca/.*n< via creek, the cart and wet dues of the new street to he parallel to and 33 feet distant at right angles from the above described cen.re line. GEORGE S. WARDWELL, City Clerk. Dated Buflalo, July I, I860. g 2 - 20 t 'V’’OTICE OF INTENTION.—NOTICE X * is hereby given that tho Common Council <ii of Buffalo intend to order tiie following said city, viz.: the citv worki The carriageway in Batavia street, from the pre* cut termination of tU c pavement at or near the wc't.-riy line of Walden street easterly to the easter­ ly line of the Williamsville road graded and paved to the width of 30 feet, wiih good Medina -and or lime stone S inche* deep, broken square and 18 inches of clear lake sand or fiiw gravel undormath tbe same. Wi liam street repaired hy oj>ening the gutters and rounding up the carriageway between WiJiamsvule road and the city line. itreet, between tbe eet and the westerly line of Wadsw.rth street graded to the estab­ lished grade a id a carriage wy a formed therein 32 feet wide Ov opening the gutters aud rounding up said can i ige way. The Lamp District extended on both sides of Lou- isia.-.a street lietween South street and junction of Ohio and Louisiana street*. The Lamp District extended on I witb sides of Pratt street, between Clinton and Batavia streets. Tb?- Lamp District extended onlwjth *ide* of North ivision street, )K-twcen spring and J.fferson streets. The L-»inp District extende?] on northwest aide of Jersey street, between Ninth and North street?. 1 he Lamp District extended on I with sides of Chi- igo str«:et, between Elk aiul Ohio streets. Ii;. Lam;. District extended in Elm street from orwlell to High streets. Th. gutter paved on the westerly -ole of the Ter- ee b.-tween Lock and Erie *tr.-.t*, ij feet wide • the curbin ut. with g.wwl M>*lin:. *ari)lst?>nc, | . re*et tiie ourhing to it* projier grade. 71:> wat-r district extended in Ninth street, fre io reservoir op Connecticut street to Heron street thence through to Delaware street. Tin Lamp Ci.-trict extended on both sides of .81x111 (treet from Pti.nsylrania to York street*. GEORGE 8 . WARDWELL, City Cleric. Dated Buffalo, July 10,1869. g!2-10t AMUSEMENTS. I M ' F F A L U AUADEAlY UK MU.SU . J. H. to H. I.. MKFGn. Ia-w*o« ^ , . 1 Manager*, ^'■'liant Buoeess of the celebrated HOLMAN ENGLISH OPERA TROUPE. MIMS H A L U E H O L M K S , The young and distinguished Pr.ma Donua. MISS J L U A H O L M A N , Tne sparkling Contralto and Seoonda Donua. Supported by a full and efficient Companv. T U E S D A Y EY’ E N I S O , JULY fffih, lWfW, SATANELLA AND T H K S P I R I T O P B K A U T Y , SwtaueTa, to L l » S C A L L ) * H O L M A K . • Spirit of Beauty, I JamiLtte .......................................Mias Julia liolmau PRICES AS USUAL. Sea** can lie secured at the Music Store uf Cottier to Denton, 269 Mai i at. haturdiy afternoon, July 24, only Ho’man matiatc ( ; RAN D ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENING, July 21 and 22, For the benefit of Jefferson Street Mission Sur.day School. The Trustee* ef this school take pleasure in an­ il lunciug that they liavc engage.1 MR. GEOROE R. TREMAINE t * exhibit his new and magnificent IIK I. TOOK A*1IC 1 I VIEWS OF JERUSALEM, MOUNT OF OLIVES, MOUNT CARMEL, NAZERETH, ISLE OF PATMOS, BETHLEHEM, and man j other acenea from the Holy Land, besides more than one hundred views of e*stem *.* ery and statuary. Admission, 25 cents; Children’s tickets, 1. cent*. Do rs o|wn at 7 o’clock. Exhibition commencing m 3 o'cl. ck. Ticket* can lie |>rocured at Brce.1 to l i n t ’s and Otis* honk stores. |>UFFALO DRIYlNii PARK. TROT- 1 > TING. TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1860. Purse, $500 Mile heat*, best 3 in 5 in hanuas. $8S0 to fii*t hone, $ 1 0 0 to second, an.i $50 t?> third. 7 he following iiaine .1 well-known horses will con tend for tho above purse: Robert J.dmson uam> * g. g. Volunteer, from Ky Win. Brown namw r. m. German Girl. 4 0. W. Dimi«:k names s. g. Kl.w nn i . Owen nam e s h. m . Belle. Horses will tn called at 3 o’clock sharp. Admission fifty cents. C. J. WELLS, President. 1.YMAN 11. SMITH, Secre tary. 1 ) AILY EXCURSIONS (INCI.UDINO SUNDAY'S). TU OAKFIELD AND FALC’ONWOOD, ON . TEAMKR IVANHOE. t'omincncing 011 THU PSD AT, the Sth of Julv nn.I continuing until further notice, the eieganL Iron Steamer l\ANIloK wdl lcav, »,. r duck, foUKf Mam street . t H . i P. M daily (ex.vpt Sundav*. when she will leave at 10 A. M. and 2 I*. M , for Oak h.-l.l, );.... -bllijr . 1 l-’»lcor.»o.«i u, returning to Buffalo at 7:45 P. M. Fare for the round trip 50 cents. l 'V \ 11*00 w' n r \ \ «*\wn to Paleonwootl or (Mkneitl 111 tljc mornings with parties of twelvi L. MALroLM, A.-ct. 1‘iiffalo Julv 7. 1869. s T. JAMES HALL. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JULY 19th and 20 t!i. MUSIC, MIRTH AND MIMICRY, HORN to BLOODftOOD'S COMBINATION, FROM BOSTON, Composed of the lies-t artists in the country, in m in st r el sy , BURLESQUE, FARCE AND BALLET EP11 HORN, HARRY BLOODGOoD, THE GKEAT VIVIAN, COOL BUItGESH. THE CLiyETOP SISTERS, EVA BREST, BILLY WEST With twenty first class ptrformcrs, together with :« COMPLETE ORCHKbTKA AND BRASS BAND. See programme* of Uie day and the pictorials. Admission .......................................................... &o aM,i 3 .', cent*. \•i.-kets for sale at J. R. Blodgett to Co.’s on the da}* of performance. JOHN BTETAON, Director. “ -ass Agent. WM. FOOTE, Jr. J^YENING CONCERT AT KOESTER’3 PARK, Corner .High and Main street,. Every Tuesday^and Thursday Evenings, ( _____________ big on Tip day, Jiuie 22 , 1 . AC A HEM Y. p iN E ARTS YOUNO MEN’S ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS. ery day, cxc:pt , v im T):e Gallery will !>e open days, from 9 A. M. till 6 P. Single admission 26 cent??; season tickets for • ith, 6 ). centa. L. Q. SEI.IATKDT, Snpt. AI « T I » \ g A W , Y y . DODGE 4CO. S.!! WAIN bTKEET. GENERAL AUCTION and COMMISSION RlldKFAl no * on all goods if tequirod. * of Dry Goods, toe. Sale* >J funiilure, I Creak, ry, Every TUESDAY and Fftl- Daily sa Bedding 1 DAY. QHARLES C. IRISH, JR., CITY AUCTION, COMMISSION AND PUBLIC STORK HOUSE, 308 Washington Kt., Buffai... Katebiul.sd 1 * 5 7 . Regular Auction Sales, WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. Special sales aa advertised. Furniture, Mirrors Oilcloth, Carpeting, Blanket*, Wall Paper, Curtains etc., etc.. retailed at factory prices. i i m m h l . Bl FFAI.O SAVINGS BANK, COR. WASHINGTON AND BATAVIA STRItET*. TJic Board of Trustees have ordered interest a', the rate of *x percent. |>cr annum, free of government tax, t,o hi- psiil to deir -iiilors eotilleil lht-re>,, „u aim after July Intl., 1869. for rix month*, e.,rth* June 3 t h Inu-rest not withdrawn, w ll ;frmw IllUrwrt from Julv 1st, the *ame as principal, g |x ,K;r ttn t iuterest, free from govenuuent t . x allowed on all sum* from $1 to $30* 0. Bank o|»eii daily from 2 A. M. to 3 I*. M. WAiiREN BRYANT, I’residenL COtfrECTlOJfKKir. T ’ H K N H ENT, s o n th e C ity 1 * found a t OftOLMT AND BEffT X> A . V. LONG to CO.’S Mfliouery S tore. 193 M ain at D K 1 © R A T I O * . W H OLVEM, ▼ T • Buoowaor to THOMAS BRIGGS, No. 6 Genesee at., Genesee House Block PORTRAIT, PICTURE AND LOOKING ' j u y * FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. hand. If left MADE TO ORDER, xricty of Frames an-l Chrumoa c-.mstantlv o JAM E S W. M YDDEN. - j ^ H L i 'P A L D I K O N W O R K S , OHIO STREET. BUFFALO, N. I , WM. J. KING, Jr., Pre-ident. II. O. PERRY, Vice Pres’t and Sup't. STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, 8TEAM PUMPS, MIXINO PUMPS, STEAM FIRE ENGINES Propeller Wheelt Iron and Brxwi Castings. Wrought Iron Works, ic ., to F OR SALE—a SMALL PURCHASE M r.ey Mortgage. Apply to JOHN OTTO, 81 H O U S E S i V t t m u t t i t . Advertisements not exceeding fo u r lines or thirty- two words inserted under this heading f m 45 cents, ea-dt additional line 5 cent*. 154 A N D 194 Main rt., west aide, all in good repair with coun­ ter and fixtures complete; also, 186 Mam St., form e r- : /« _ ________ lv White’s Bank,well*calculated tor oanking purpo-e* f o r ‘ale cheap. Inquire of C. O. 8 I I K P A K D P.eweasior April L Apply to JAMES WIN'SHiP. 514 pearl -t.; OEM. R.L. HOWARD,287 Chicago r t.’ offitt ovur rtor« 100 Main at. 1 or, J. B. PA K K .K, junctiou of Elk and ohio sts. A VAIXABLE T K' . t t i k g m a 'p . e f o r .. * e x p r e s s . A M E R I C A N M ERCHANTS’ UNION EXPRESS COMPAXY, NOS. 7, 9, 11 AND 13 Vi. SENECA ST., BUFFALO. CAPITAL............................................................. fll w ,0 00,000 Forward with the greatest SDt-fc.1 and Safety, COIN, BANK NOTES, JEWELRY And other valuable Merchandise and Package*, And collect SOTES, DRAFTS and ACCOUNTS, Bills sent with goods, and execute all other Cx.miniulo.ui connei-toJ w ith the Exprea buainea*, at ail the pnn- ritad places between the city of NEW YORK ana the WEBTERN. NORTH aid SOUTHWESTERN ftTAfEMaud C A N A D A S , connecting with other re­ sponsible E x pre* Companies. GOODS, C O IN . BANK NOTES, JEWELRY AND VALUABLES. WM. O. FARGO, President. WM. B. PECK, Agent. HOOTS W II SHOES BOTDENS CELEBRATED BOOTS AND SHOES F O R C E N T L E M E N . DOI BLK SOLK FRENCH CALF BOOT*. SINGLE STJLE FRENCH CALF BOOTS. FINK FRENCH C A L F WALKING SHOES. F I N E FRENCH CALF CONGRESS B**OTS. FINK FRENCH CALF ONFORDS. FINE CALF KID BLTTOH CN10NS. FINE PATENT LEATHER HI.TTON CSIONS T h e above are; all m ade on tb e celebrated BOY DBS LAST, a n d are w a rranted te t t e r m a terial, b et te r w o rk, and a b e tter fit, rune tim e s out of ten tlian the be»t Buffai ? custom w o rk. Ger<t!emen wh w*ar flue hhs.-* a re jiarticularly re:que»te*l to e xam in* these g o-Ca, w h e ther they wish to purchase or not. SOLE AGENC Y AT J E W E T T S POPULAR SHOE STORE. 466 MAIN STREET, (Americas Block.) _________ CKfCKEKY. _________ B U T L E R & CO., Importer* and Jobber* of CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, FRUIT JARS, LAMPS, toe. By th e Original Package o r Repaekol to Order. 143 Chambers ri., New York. Uoine and Sign PAi.tln* lu the l«u«me.ic Order, ft at the Store J. B. HOVVKLL. PRACTICAL GILDER AND F R A M E MAKER. No. 13 South DiviNion Street. Win;. (il«i, I’wlnil and Phne I'racn OF A L L KINDS MADE TO ORDER. An asHortmrnt ul Frame*, Engraving*. Chrocno* etc., al way* on hand. 1 I t o v e t e r . on exhihiti.ui the n t* and he.uG.uI Duplex M'rro:? for Ladie-' Dreuring M lm er- l» ,e- t e r . u-t T R t.r. Bf.rei Iur .h 'r.t. | . . . ready u , receive order*. Call and see. N. B. Paiti'-ular atteutiu rara<Hliii.g Oil Fainting*. i paid cleaning an l l . _________ >7. It. 11o\yr X^EVV P A r n HANOUMMI NEW DECORATIONS. NKW WINDOW SHARKS, CORDS, TASSELS, OIL f'LOTUS rOR FL.-ORS TABLES AND COUNTERS. Sjiecial attention im called to my De<-orafi.«u De­ partment, an.i F\ine Parlor Paper*. NUperii.ten.led hy MR. EDWARD BURLEY, Formerly White * ftuitey Merchant* eupplted a* J t e , Y>*4i .I t / M. H. BIRGE, 218 Main rtrewt. po.ST 4 VIBRGIVKR, Dealer* fn PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, W I R D 3 W SASH, A R T I S T S ’ M A T E R I A L S , toe.. No. 15 E. Swan rt., Buffalo, N. Y. laxin done to order. JOHN C. POST, JACOB VIEBCltvER.

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