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A c o n c e r t w a s g iv e n th i a ev e n in g b y th e G e r m a n i a b a n d o f B o s ­ to n a n d a p a r t v a t t h e re s id e n c e of P r e s i ­ d e n t S m i t h , w h i c h w a s l a r g e l y a t t e n d e d . . NEW YORK. l»»» ol' an Enuli'li Mii|i Willi O v er Sixty Soul-. KMMMMl t n i V E S E COMIXG. VOL. XXIV. WEDNESDAY. JULY 21, 1869. INO. 8034.. Ac., Ac. WASHINGTON. At-qilittal ol' Millie l.aiiif Trial fur Murder. D e c e a s e ol a l*ro?Useiit Sews- l»a|M*r Man. A c . , Ac. W a SIIINDTON, J u l y 20. T h e In d i a n P e a c e (Com m ission le f t on P n t l a y ia-t for th u In d i a n c o u n t r y to v i s it all th e p r i n c i p a l t r i b e s a u d a s c e r t a in th e i r w a n t s am i e x a c t co n d itio n . A d v i c e s a t th e In d i a n b u r e a u are t o th e effec t t h a t th e n e w a g e n t s a r e d o in g th u w o rk assig n e d tlie u i In th e moHt s a t i s f a c ­ to r y m a n n e r . C o m m issio n e r P a r k e r does n u t believe t h a t a n y serio u s In d i a n tro u b l e s , U k u ly to o c c u r a f t e r all th e ag e n t s g e t fa ir ly 'H taid ish e d a n d u n d e r s t a n d w h a t e x a c t e d « f th e m . GAINES TRIAL. T h e tria l of . n U,ie G a in e s (colored) for th e m u r d e r of J a m e s U. In g le, (w h it e m a n ) w a tc h m a n in th e I n t e r / '^ H ^ p a r t m e n t , in M a r c h la s t , t e r m i n a t e d to-n>Y - A c c o r d in g to h e r ow n s t o r y sh e h a d b e e n on te r m s of im p r o p e r i n t im a c y w i t h d e c e a s e d , w i t h th e p r o s j i e c t of beco m in g a m o t h e r , h 'b e h a d th r e a t e n e d t o k ill In g le a u d th e la d y w h o m ho h a d in v i te d t o go t o th e in a u g u r a t io n re ­ c e p tio n . M illie w a s s u b s e q u e n t l y in t e r r o g a t e d by h im w h e n sh e re p e a t e d th e t h r e a t . 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T h e law p r e s u m e s ev« -ry p e r s o n in n o c e n t u n t i l , p r o v e d g u i l t y , an»l t h e j u r y m u s t give h e r th e lieu e tit of t h a t d o u b t . H e IsJiev e d th e ju r y sh o u ld give t h e b e n e fit of t h e d o u b t as re g a r d s th e a c ­ c u s e d as t h u law h a d d o n e in o t h e r ca s e s .\ T h e ju r y re ti r e d , a n d a f t e r a n ab s e n c e of tw o m i n u te s , r tu r n e d w i t h th e v e r d i c t of n o t g u i l t y . S ix of th e ju r y w e r e w h i t e a n d th e o t h e r six • o lo red . 'I h is is t h e first ^ u r d e r tria l in th e D i s t r i c t of C o lu m o ia -tl w h ich th e la t t e r race serv e d as j u r o r s . REVVNUE STAMPS. 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T h e ( o m in issio n e r of th e G e n e r a l L a n d O ffice h a s ju s t ad d r e s s e d a le t t e r to th e C r o w n L a n d I o m m issio n e r of th e D o m in­ io n of I'a u a d a , en c lo s in g w i t h th e le t t e r a m a p of all B r i t is h N o i t h A m e r ic a n o r t h of t h e U n i t e d .States b o u n d a r y lin e , a n d h a s re q u e s t e d t h a t officer to d e l i n e a t e o n t h e m a p th e e x a c t o u t l in e of th e D o m in io n of C a n a d a an d th e .several c o n s t i t u e n t p r o ­ v i n c e s . 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H e rald , a n d d u r i n g th e p a s t few y e a r s h a s filled a p r o m i n e n t p o s itio n o u t h e R a tional Intelligt ncer. DARTMOUTH. N ew Y o r k , J u l y 2 0 . T h r e e gan g s of riv e r th i e v e s w e re eap- tu r e d d u r i n g l a s t n i g h t , a*»d a larg e a m o u n t of sto le n p r o p e r t y re c o v e r e d . i h e f i l i . i b u t t e r s . A f te r a c o n s u l t a t i o n w i t h M a r s h a l B a r- low in re la t io n to th e C u b a n p r i s o n e r s now m F o r t L a F a y e t t e , D i s t r i c t A t t o r n e y I'ie r r e p o n t v i s it e d t h e fo r t, a n d w i l l c o n s u l t w ith th e S e c r e t a r y of S ta t e , w h o is now h e r e , as t o w h a t d isp o s itio n sh a ll be m a d e of th e m . T h e y w ili p ro b a b ljr be d isch a r g e d up o n g iv in g assu r a n c e of \efrain i n g from i u t u r e v io latio n of th e n e u t r a l i t y law s . THE HARVARD?. 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THE BELMONT SI IT. T h e s u i t of C o l. .John O ’M a h o n y ag a i n s t A u g u s t B e lm o n t an d o t h e r s for th u p o s s e s ­ sion of tw e n t y th o u s a n d d o llars in g o ld b e ­ lo n g in g t o th e F e n ian o r g a n iz a tio n cam e u p again t o - d a y in t h e S u p r e m e C o u r t , sp e c ia f -rm , b e f o re J u d g e M e t 'u n n . T h e C o u r t finally m a d e an o r d e r d i r e c t in g t h e p a y m e n t 'tt th e m o n e y t o T h o s . J . B a r r , w h o h a d |>een a p p o i n t e d re c e iv e i, a n d a c h e c k w a s lra w n fo r th e am o u n t . F u r t h e r p r o c e e d ­ ings w e r e a d j o u r n e d t o th e 2 7 t h in s t. I I n t e r e s t H a n o v e r , N . H ., J u l y 2 0 .— D a r t m o u t h ^'.ollegc ce leb r a te s i t s ce n t e n n i a l to - m o r r o w , ^,,.*1 t h i s u s u a l l y q u i e t villag e is alre a d y c r o w d e d to overflow ing w i t h t h e alu m n i of th e in s t i t u t i o n . M a n y of th e m mre fro m a d i s t a n t s e c tio n of th e c o u n t r y , g a t h e r e d to te s t i f y an e w th e i r lo v e a n d g r a t i t u d e t o th e i r v e n e r a b l e an d v e n e r a t e d A lm a -I later. A m o n g th e d i s ti n g u i s h e d m e n p r e s e n t a n d S s d u a t e s of th e college, a r e C h ief J u s tice lfl-*» S e n a t o r P a t t e r s o n , of N e w H a m p ­ s h i r e , H o n . J o h n W e n t w o r t h , of Illin o is, « n d G e n . E d w a r d N o y e s , of C in o in n a ti. H o n - H arvey J e w e l l , of M a s s a c h u s e tts; J u d g e C u t t i n g , o f M a in e ; H o n . Ir a P e r ley , Chief J u s t i c e of N ew H a m p s h i r e ; P r e s i d e n t Brown, o f H a m i l t o n C o llege, N e w Y o r k ; I O .B. I iilin.A M»™ton, ol th u S to t o ; H o n . | F A R o llin s . Commissioner o f In t e r n a l u d W r i h n d y A . F ie l d , l H h U . 1 United S t a t e . 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T h e T o led o , W a b a s h a n d W e s te r n B ail- w a y is m u c h d a m a g e d a n d no tra i n s h a v e le f t t h i s m o r n in g . N o tra i n s had. arriv e d Irom F r i d a y n i g h t t o S u n d a y n i g h t . O v e r l;hii t y fe e t of t h e C h icago, B u r l i n g to n an d Q u in c y rOted b e d h a s b e e n c a r r i e d aw a y , :pid on S a t u r d a y n i g h t a p a s s e n g e r tra i n la r r o w l y escap e d ru n n i n g ;nfco th e b r e a k A'here th e w a t e r p a s s e d th r o u g h lik e a •iver. L a r g e q u a n t i t i e s of w h e a t in th e ;»taek h a v e b e e n c a r r i e d aw a y b y creek s . T b e c o u n t r y so u t h of H a n n ib a l is in u n d a ­ te d . O v e r lid,DU fe e t of lu m b e r h a s been v a s h e d aw a y . v ol. L'. G . H a m m o n d , w h o w a s a p p o i n t e d G e n \ \ 1 N u w w in te n d e u t o f th e U n ion P a c ific K a ’lro a u , h a s ac c e p te d th e p o s itio n c n co n d itio n * h a t d ifferen c e s w i t h th e C e n ­ tra l Pacific llu a J ^ co m p ro m ised so a* to a d m i t of good serv ic e to th e p u b l i c au d lair ra te s I m - e s t a b l i s h e d . T h e co m p a n ie s h a v e ag r e e d to c a r r y fr u i t +o NeW ^ o r k a t fo u r c e n t s p e r p o u n d in g r e e n b a c k s , to fur- i.ish e m i g r a n t t r a i n s a t $.‘8> p e r p a r s o n from N e w Y o r k a n d $38 fro m C h icago. A n u m b e r of t h e le a d in g citize n s of S a n P r a n c is o h a v e o r g a n iz e d a so c i e t y fo r th e p r o t e c t io n of t h e C h in e s e y ro r n law less w h ite lpeu an d boys. rllie C h icag o C o m m e rcial p a r t y y e s t e r d a y l-isited t h e d r y d o r k , b t a n c h m i n t a n d S a n irran c isco b o a r d of b r o k e r s , p a r t a k i n g of lu n c h a t t h o ro o m s of t h e la t t e r , a t w h ieh ip a n y h a p p y re m a r k s w e r e offered l>y th e ten t e r ta i n e r s a u d e n t e r t a i n e d ’ Ih e p a t t y w a s b a n q u e t e d la s t n i g h t by t h e C h a m b e r 0f C o m m e rce a t th e sp l e n d i d d in i n g room 0 f tL'3 L i c k H o u s e . P r e s i d e n t l . r a n t , a f t e r a q u i e t re s t M o n - d a w n i g h t e a r l y y e s t e r d a y m o n u n g a ,n l tiK»k a s t r o l l alo n g th e b e a c h . A f te r I r e a k f a s t Ex S e n a t o r T h o m a a M u r p h y s e u t b is t e a m to r t h e P r e s i d e n t ’s UPe w h ich w a s ac c e p te d , a n d a l o n g d r i v e ta k e n alo n g th e »>a s h o r e , b u t v e r y few p e r s o n a reco g n ized t P r e s i d e n t , h o being alo n e . In th e af- tjrn o o n a n ex c u r s io n p a r t y from N e w a r k c a l le d u p o n h im a n d p a id th e i r re s p e c ts. E x te n s i v e p r e p a r a t j p n s are b e i n g m a d e for a g r a n d re c e p t i o n t o be g iv e n M o n d a y ev e n in g n e x t . E x - S e n a t o r G e o rge B. G u in n e s s d i e d yes- fcprday m o r n i n g a t h i s re s id e n c e in \N a t k i n s , 'f . Y ., ag e d sev e n ty - l iv e y e a r s . T h e M a s s a c h u s e t t s p r o h i b i t o r y liq u o r l.iw co m m i t te e m e t a t B o s ton y e s t e r d a y , a n d a f t e r a free ex p r e s s io n of o p in io n v o ted u n a n im o u s ly t o h o ld a d e l e g a t e S t a t e T e m ­ p e r a n c e C o n v e n tio n i n th i s c i t y on t h e 17 th c f A u g u s t n e x t . T h e o b j e c t of th i s co n ­ te n t i o n w ill be t o d e c id e u p o n th e p o licy to ad o p t e d in t h e F a l l cam p a ig n . T h e difficu lties o f t h e ra il r o a d lab o r e r s a t P le a s a n t V a lley w e re tin a lly a d j u s t e d y e s ­ te r d a y , a n d th u m e n h a v e b e e n p a i d off. W o r k w ill l»e r e s u m e d ou t h e ro a d to-m o r- , n w . T h e n u g l e a d e r s of tlu> d i s tu r b a n c e , J a c k M c D o n a l d a n d J o h n S h o r t , are h e ld to b a i l in t h e su m o f $lUU0 ea c h to aw a i t th e a c t io n of t h e g r a n d ju r y , a u d a r e s t il l in ja i l . T h e ev id e n c e in th e T u r n e r case, a t G a . t t a k e n y e s t e r d a y is v o lu m in o u s an d *'Ia r u u l H a m s s t i l l assert* h e r innoC * * * * . a n d say * *he g o t t h o coon* ,..rte i t « fo u J - l ,h \ . p o « K t e £ i i j r m » c j l o n A . t t * h e Ci T r e a s u r y l > ^ * t m e n t eam e il SchniD » n . > • . L e u r t n ^ r r e r i lU d e c is io n u n t i l t h i s m o rm .n >? te n o clock. T h o c o r n e r s t o n e of a s y n a J 0 g « e *o r th e J e w i s h co n g r e g a t i o n R o d of rv 'o l e m , w a s 1 ^id y e s t e r d a y afte r n o o n in B r o a d s t r e e t , P h ilad i lphia,\ w i t h a p p r o p r i a t e cerem o n ies. T h e b u i l d i n g w h e n co m p l e t e d w ill be o n e of tb e la r g e s t J e w i s h tem p le* in t h i s c o u n t r y . T h e official m a j o r i t y fo r W a l k e r i* 10,- •1)2. G e n . L e e i* a t th o R o c k b r i d g e A lu m S p rin g s . T h e S t a t e P r i s o n C o m m issio fiers w h o w e re a u t h o r i z e d to lo c a te a re f o r m a t o r y in t h e S ix t h ju d i c i a l d i s t r i c t , m e t a t t h e R a t h b u n H o u s e in E l m ira , y e s t e r d a y , i n d o rg a n ized :>y ele c t i n g J o s e p h W a r r e n , o f B u ffalo, P r a s i d e n t , a n d P ro f. T . W . D w i g h t , S e c r e ­ ta r y . T h e y v i s it W a t k i n s o n W e d n e s d a y , B in g h a m p to n o n T h u r s d a y , a n d O w e g o on F r i d a y . T h e y w ill t h e n ad j o n r n t o m e e t a t U t i c a on t h e 9 t h of A u g u s t , t o v i s i t N o r ­ w ich , O x f o rd, R ichfield S p r i n g s a n d o t h e r places i n t b e C h e n a n g o v a lley . in v e s t i g a t i o n , a n d th u s d e l a y th e ad m issio n of t h e S ta t e . A LIKELY STORY. T h e C o n s e r v a ti v e n e g r o e s in W a s h in g t o n a r e ra isin g a su b s c r ip t i o n t o d e f r a y th e e x ­ pen s e s of in d i c t i n g se v e r a l R a d i c a l n e g r o s , for m o b b in g t h e m a n d i n c i t i n g t h e m t o rio t a t t h e e l e c t i o n i n t h a t eitjr. WHAT REN WADE TH1NK.S. P.en W a d e i s in W a s h in g t o n . H e h ig h l y la u d s S e c r e t a r y B o u tw e l l 's p o licy , b u t feels so re o v e r t h e re s u l t of t h e V irg i n i a e lectio n . H e t h i n k s w e o u g h t t o e n t e r a w e d g e for th e s e p a r a t i o n of C u b s fro m th e S p a n ish ra le , a n d say s he w i l l p r o b a b ly B tum p O h io fo r G o v e r n o r H a y e s . OLD 1RON-CLADS. T h e g o v e r n m e n t is a n x i o u s to d isp o s e of s^m c of o u r su r p l u s iro n - c lad s , a n d w i i l sell to S p a n i a r d s o r C u b a n s , o r a n y o t h e r s w h o choose to b u y . T h e P r e s i d e n t s of th e S o u th A m e r ic a n R e p u b l i c s a r e th e o n ly p e r s o n s w h o a p p e a r d e s i r o u s to in v e s t th e s e co m m o d ities a t p r e s e n t , b u t th e y a n d th e S e c r e t a r y of th e N a v y c a n n o t ag r e e e x a c t l y o n t h e figures. INDIAN WARFARE. T h e W a r D e p a r t m e n t officials, alth o u g h n o t a p p r e h e n d i n g a n y g e n e r a l In d i a n h o s ­ tilitie s th i s S u m m e r , h a v e d e t e r m in e d to ta k e e v e r y p r e c a u t i o n to su p p r e s s o u t ­ b r e a k s , a n d t > t h a t e n d h a v e issu e d o r d e r s to th e re c r u i t i n g ag e n c ies a t N e w Y o r k , 'a r li s l e , P a , arid o t h e r p o i n t s , to fo r w a r d re c r u i t s as soon as p o s s ib le t o tb e W e s te r n fro n ti e r . LOSES H is CONSULSHIP. I t a p p e a r s t h a t M a jo r J a m e s H a g g a r t y ’s connection w i t h F e n ian ism w ill lose l n m h is consulship t o G lasg o w , fo r w h ich p o s i ti o n he w a s co n f ir m e d d u r i n g th e sp r in g . H is xequat*-ur h a s n o t y e t b e e n issu e d , an d th e r e is som e t r o u b l e in th e S t a t e D e p a i t - m e n t i n re f e r e n c e t o h is case. GRAND JURY INDICTMENT. T h e g r a n d ju r y of th i s c i t y , w h o h a v e been in v e s t i g a t i n g ch a r g e s a g a i n s t sev e ral jiersons f o r alleg e d im p li c a t io n in t h e re c e n t ele c tio n rio t s , h a v e fo u n d in d i c t m e n t s ag a i n s t e i g h t o r t e n co lo red people. REPEAL OF THE INCOME TAX. S e v e r a l m e m b e r s of th e H o u s e , a n d p e r ­ hap s one o r t w o o f th e S e n a t e , w i l l in t r o ­ d u c e b i l ls io r t h e re p e a l of th e in c o m e tax a t t h e n e x t sessio n of C o n g ress. A JUDICIOUS REFORM ASKED. T h e S t a t e D e p a r t m e n t h a s receiv e d from M in iste r W a s h b u r n e a p e t i t i o n from a larg e u u m lier of A m e r ic a n re s id e n t s in P a r i s an d >ther c i t i e s of F r a n c e , a s k i n g for a re d u c uo n in th e ra te s of p o s tag e to t h a t c o u n t r y , sim ilar to th e ra t :s w i t h E n g l a n d . T h e m a t t e r h a s b e e n re f e r r e d to S e n a t o r R a m - iy, w h o is n o w in E u r o p e as a re p r e s e n t a ­ tiv e of t h e p o s to ffice D e p a r t m e n t . AN EX< IT I N o CASE. T h e su m m in g ot t h u co u n s e l i n t h e case of M illie, a n e g r e s s w h o m u r d e r e d a w h i t e ' '*•« la s t W i n t e r , w a s b e g u n iu th e ‘ n m i n a l C u u r . T h o c\ c Wl11 »e s u b m itte d to th e ju r y ,-°-m o rruw . u t e r e s t i s m a n i f e s te d as t o th e v G r e a t - L e t . SI LAMER TALLAPOOSA. T h o U n i t e d S ta t e s .steam e r T a llap o o s a , now a t L o u g B r a n c h w i t h th e P r e s i d e n t i a l p a r t y , is ex p e c t e d to r e t u r n h e r e a b o u t th t ia t t e r p a r t of t h i s w e e k , a n d w i l l sail n e x t cek fo r H a v a n a w i t h A d m i r a l P o o re, w h o goes to re li e v e A d m i r a l H o f f of th e coin- u a n d of t h e N o r t h A t l a n t i c s q u a d r o n . S e c r e t a r y R o b e s o n a n d A d m i r a l P o r t e r rill ac c o m p a n y A d m i r a l P o o r e t o lla v a u a , i t e r w h ich th e y w ill v i s it t h e v a r io u s n a v y y a r d s alo n g t h e c o a s t. N E W V O K K i N ew Y o r k , J u l y 2 d .— A r r i v e d : S team e r s H a lsa ti a , from H a m b u r g ; F u lt o n , from S o u th a m p to n , Id a h o a n d C ity of L o n d o n , from L iv e r p o o l. AN “ A F F A IR OF HONOR.” T w o F r e n c h m e n e m p lo y e d in th e silk m ills a t P a t t e r s o n , N . J . , fo u g h t a duel u e a r th e d e p o t i n t h a t e i t y a t a b o u t half p a s t n in e o 'c lo c k o n S a t u r d a y ev e n in g , a b o u t som e t r i v i a l m a t t e r t h a t o c c u r r e d in th e m ills. T h e i r seco n d s fa ile d to ap p e a r tim e a a d th e t w o w e n t to w o r k w i t h o u t th e m . T h e w e a p o n s w e r e p i s to l s a n d t h e d ista n c e te n p a c e s . A t th e lirs t fire ont- ^ a s slig h t l y w o u n d e d in th e lip A n o t h e r tire w a s d e m a n d e d a n d b o t h w e r e s e v e rely w o u n d e d in t h e rig h t arm . T h e y th e n d e ­ c l a r e d th e m s e l v e s satisfied , sh o o k h a n d s , a n d sw o re t o say n o t h i n g a b o u t th e d u e l They h a d t o t e l l th e su r g e o n , h o w e v e r , an d a n d t h e affair t h u s l e a k e d o u t . THE NEW POSTOrPI. R In th e B o a t d o f A s s i s t a n t A ld e r m e n y e s ­ te r d a y , t h e re s o lu tio n of th e u p p e r B o a rd, ap p o i n t i n g a co m m i t te e to c o n s u l t w i t h t h t U n i t e d S t a t e s L'«>mmissioner r e l a t i v e to e x ­ c h a n g i n g t h e Bite of th e n e w P o s toffice w a s co n c u r r e d in . A SIN G l/i AR CASE. A n Ita l i a n n a m e d D o m inick V i e t r y w a s b r o u g h t to h is h o m e , N o . 7d T h o m p s o n s t r e e t , in a d y i n g c o n d i t i o n on S u n d a y by tw o b r o t h e r s , n a m e d G e ig e r, also Ita l i a n s T h e G e ig e re s t a t e d t h a t w h ile sleeping alo n g s id e of a r a il r o a d tra c k n e a r E a s to n . P a ., all of th e m b e in g a t t h e t i m e o n a m u ­ sical t r a m p , V i e t r y w a s s t r u c k m th e heats b y a p a s s i n g tra i n . V i e t r y , ho w e v e r, w h ile i n a lu c i d s t a t e , s a i d h e h a d been s t r u c k by a m a n , a u d th e tw o b r o t h e r s h a v e b e e n a r r e s t e d . ABATEMENT OF NOISE. T h e B r o o k ly n ald e r m e n h a v e d e t e r m in e d to p r o h i b i t th e rin g i n g of b e lls o n junl-. c a r t s a n d th e u n n e c e s s a r y lo u d b lo w in g ol fa c to r y w h i s t le s i n th a t city . H IG H AND LOW LIFE. C o u n t E u g e n e d e S t. C laire, th i r d B a ron l)e O n y , F r a n c e , w a s m a r r i e d a t th e J e l f erso n M a r k e t P o lice C o u r t y e s t e r d a y to M iss F a n n y A b a t t z e r , of H o u s t o n stree t . A f te r t h e ce r e m o n y w a s o v e r t h e c o u n t tied in d i s m a y from his b lu s h in g b r i d e , w h o d id n o t t r o u b l e h e r s e l f m u c h m o re a b o u t h im . TUB ELEVATED RAILW AY. T h e l a b o r e r s a r e ag a in b u s y in t h e co n ­ s t r u c t i o n of th e ele v a t e d ra il w a y . T h e p i l ­ lars a r e e r e c t e d as fa r u p as T h i r t e e n t h s t r e e t , b u t t h e b e a m s a r e laid co n tin u o u s ly o n ly a* fa r as R e c to r s t r e e t . T h e w o r k is p ro g r e s s in g now q u i t e ra p i d l y a n d i t is h o p e d t h a t tb e lin e w i l l be co m p lete d to T h i r t i e t h s t r e e t w i t h i n a m o n t h . TH E AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS. T h e d e s t i t u t e A m e r ic a n im m i g r a n t s an n o u n c e d a s h a v i n g a r r i v e d y e s t e r d a y o n t h e s t e a m e r G u e r r i e r e fro m R io J a n e i r o w e re of t h e C o n f e d e r a te co lo n ists w h o , soon a f te r th e w a r , d e p a r t e d fo r th e E m p ir e of B razil in sev e r a l d if f e r e n t e x p e d i ti o n s . 1 h e y s e t ­ tle d i n d if f e r e n t p a r t s of B razil, a t t r a c t e d by p r o m ises of lo n g c r e d i t s fo r th e i r lan d m a d e by t h e B razilian E m p e r o r . T h e r e ­ s u l t of t h e i r ex p e r i m e n t w a s a g r e a t e r d is g u s t fo r t h e i r n e w hom e th a n fo r t h e de g e n e r a t e l a n d w h e n c e th e y h a d fled. 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N e w Y o r k , J u l y 2 lj.— T h e T e lfjro m re p o r t a t h a t ^ M a r s h a l B a rlo w w i t h a larg t fo r c e of m a r i n e s a n d D e p u ti e s m a d e a raic on a C u b a n re n d e v o u s a t H o b o k e n last n i g h t a n d c a p t u r e d s i x t y - e i g h t of th e tilli- b u s t e r s a n d s e n t th e m to F o r t L a a y e t t e H e t h e n t e l e g r a p h e d t h e fa c t t o t b e SpanisL M i n iste r a n d P r e s i d e n t G r a n t . A larg . n u m b e r of o t h e r s a t th e sam e r e n d e v o m esc a p e d a n d to o k re f u g e i n a sw a m p . RIVER THIEVE.S. T h e P o li c e m a d e a ra i d o n th e riv e r th i e v e s la s t n i g h t a n d c a p t u r e d six of t h e n w i t h th e i r b o a t s a n d co n s id e r a b le q u a n t i t i e s of g r a in , w o o l, etc. HEAVY BURGLARY. L a s t n i g h t th e je w e l r y sto r e of L . H. G r if fin, o f R i v e r h e a d , L . I . , w a s e n t e r e d by b u r g l o r s a n d ro b b e d of a lerg e a m o u n t of w a tc h , d iam o n d s a n d o t h e r a r ti c le s of jew ­ elry . I t e m s b y T e l e g r a p h . E . S. O s g o o d ’s a n d H e n r y H . R a th b o n e N liv e r y sta b l e s i n N o r w ich , C o u n ., w e r e d e ­ s t r o y e d b y fire M o n d a y n i g h t . L o s s $ 5 0 0 0 . In s u r e d . T h e h o u s e a n d b a r n of F r a n k l i n H a d ley a t W e n h a r a , C o u n ., w e r e d e s t r o y e d b y firi on S a t u r d a y . L o s s $ 1 0 ,000. T h e w ife of C. C . F u lt o n , p r o p r i e t o r of th e B a ltim o r e A m+riean, d i e d a t P h i l a d e l ­ p h i a th i s m o r n in g . T h e M a y o r of Q u e b e c h a a b e e n called u p o n by a C itize n s V ig ilan c e C o m m i t t e e to resig n , b u t h e re f u s e s t o d o so. C h a u n c e y J . F il l e y , P r e s i d e n t o f t h e l a t e C o m m e rcial C o n v e n tio n in N e w O r le a n s , in p u r s u a n c e of a re s o lu tio n o f t h a t b o d y h a s ap p o i n t e d a co m m i t te e of sten to m a k e a r ­ ra n g e m e n t s fo r h o l d i n g a co m m e r c ial co n ­ v e n tio n a t som e p o i n t in th e u p p e r p a r t ol th o M ississip p i V a ll e y in A u g u s t o r S e p ­ tem b e r . T r a c k la y i n g o n th e L e a v e n w o r t h , A t ­ ch iso n A N o r t h w e s t e r n R a i l r o a d w a s com m e p c e d y e s t e r d a y , a n d w ill he co m p leted w’ith i u th r e e w e e k s . W o r k w a s also co m ­ m e n c e d y e s t e r d a y i n L rid g e b u i l d in g across th e M isso u ri r i v e r a t t h i s p o in t. T h e In t e r n a l R e v e n u e B u r e a u h a s re ­ ceiv e d in f o r m a ti o n o f th e se i z u r e of e i g h t illic it d i s ti l l e r ie s in W a k e c o u n t y , N o r th C a ro lin a . T h e r e a r e tw e n t y - l i v e o r t h i r t y m o re d i s ti l l e r ie s i n t h a t sectio n . T h e T r e a s u r e r h a s issu e d $ 5 0 ,0 0 0 w o r th of n e w te n c e n t a n d $1800 w o r th o f n e w fifteen c e n t f r a c t i o n a l cu r r e n c y . T h e new tw e n t y - f i v e a n d fifty c e n t n o t e s w i l l n o t p r o b a b ly be i s s u e d b e f o r e th e 1st of A u ­ g u s t. A l a r g e g r i n d s t o n e b u r s t a t H . G r e e n A S o n ’s S p r i n g W o r k s in N o r t h T r o y th i s noon. O n e larg e p iece c u t th r o u g h th e so u t h w a ll of th e b u ild in g . A n o t h e r piece stn g c k a m a n n a m e d F in n fa t a l l y in j u r i n g him . A D e n v e r d i s p a t c h say s t h e P a c ific R . R. C o m m i t t e e e x c u r s i o n p a r t y h a v e re tu r n e d from C e n t r a l C ity g o l d am i s i lv e r m in e s a n d left l a s t ev e n in g fo r C h e y e n n e . A S a n t a Fe d i s p a t c h s a y s t h e D e m o c ratic C o n v e n tio n , a f t e r a s t o r m y session, n&mina- te d R e c e n t e R j j n e r o fo r d e l e g a t e to C o n ­ gress. T h e y e llo w fe v e r h a s ap p e a r e d a t B o s to n . T h e l a n d lin e of te l e g r a p h p e t w e e n B o s ­ to n a n d D u x b u r g b u i l d in g b y a F r e n c h co m p a n y w ill l»e r e a d y fo r u s e b y M o n d a y . S ir F r a n c is IL c c k s h a s a r r i v e d a t Q u e b e c an d w ill r e m a i n in C a n a d a f o r tw o m o n t h s . If, is r e p o r t e d from O t t a w a t h a t fu r t h e r n e g o t i a t i o n s on th e s u b j e c t of recip r o c ity w ill be o p e n e d i n W a s h in g t o n . A n a c c i d e n t h a s a c c u r r e d o n th e R id e a n C a n a l, b y w h i e h t w o liv e s w e re l o s t a n d six g a t e s c a r r i e d aw a y . T h e d i s a s t e r w ili cau s e a d e l a y of m o re t h a n a m o n t h fo r re ­ p a irs. I t w a s ca u s e d b y som e b a r g e s b r e a k ­ ing a w a y a n d o w in g t o t b e g r e a t fall, c a r r y ­ in g e v e r y t h i n g b e f o re t h e . T h e g r a n d c o n c e r t of th e S a e n g e r f e s t a t th e R o c h e s t e r rin k la s t n i g h t , w a s a t t e n d ­ ed b y 3iM» p e r s o n s , a u d w a s a g r e a t success. 1’he o r c h e s t r a w a s co m p o s e d of fifty in s t r u ­ m e n t s a n d t h e ch o i r of tw o h u n d r e d voices. I'o - d a y a g r a n d p icn ic is to l>c* h e l d at M a p le g ro v e . T h e M a y o r’s r e c e p t i o n th h m o rn in g w a s a tine a f f i i r . A M id s u m m e r N i g h t 's F e s t iv a l w i l l b e h e l d to - n i g h t a t lia r t h o l o m a y ’s g a r d e n . T h e A\ i l l o f a M a n W h o l.o v e t l t h e M u r * u n d S t r i p e * . Ja c o b F o s s , a n a t i v e of C o r n ish , N . H ., au d fo r s e v e r a l y e a r s a citize n of C h a r l e s ­ ton, M a s s ., a t h is d e a t h , w h ich o c c u r r e d in Ibfio, b e q u e a t h e d a p o r t i o n of h is larg e ufctate t o th e su p p o r t of t h o s e t h i n g s c a l c u ­ la t e d to k e e p a l i v e a n d aglow th e love of c o u n t r y am i ils g l o r y w i t h m th u h e a r t s of his d o u n t i y m e n . B e s id e s g i v i n g t o C h a r l e s ­ to w n sev e ia l t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s t o lie e x p e n d ­ ed in U n i t e d .States flags, in t h e celeb ratio n of th e F o u r t h of J u l y , a n d iu p e r p e t u a t i n g th e n a m e of t l . e old h e r o , A n d r e w Ja c k s o n , he g a v e th e su m of $ 1 0 0 0 to t h e to w n oi < 'o r n i s h , w i t h t h e d i r e c t io n t h a t i t be k e p t a t in t e r e s t , a n d t h a t t h e a n n u a l in c rease th e r e b y l>e e x p e n d e d in th e p u r c h a s e an d erectio n of flags N o m o t to e s are t o lie em b lazo n e d th e s e flags, n o r a r e t h e y to he u s e d for p a r t y p u r p o s e s , b u t o n all im - p o r t a n t o c c a s ions of a n a t i o n a l c h a r a c t e r th e y a r c t o b e h o i s te d t o th e b reeze a n d k e p t flying. M r. J . M . D a v id s o n , a uitizen of C o r n i s h a n d th e tru s t e e o f t h i s fu n d , p u r c h a s e d a n d e r e c t e d a flag fro m th o sam e on th e F o u r t h of J u l y , 1868, a t C o rnish F l a t , w h i c h c o s t e i g h t y d o l l a r s , a n d t h i a y e a r o n e a t C o r n ish C e n t r e , w h i c h co s t f o r ­ t y d o l l a r s . In a l e w y e a r s th i s fo r t u n a t e to w n w ill h a v e su f f icien t s t a r s a n d strip e s to be w o r t h y of a le a r n e d d i s q u isitio n u p o n th e sam e b y i t s d i s ti n g u i s h e d son, C h ief J u s t i c e 8. P . C h a s e .— liu»ton Herald. T E L E G R A P H I C SUM M A R Y . ( from yesterday aftirsoon . ’ s EDITIONS. | W A 8 U X C T O X * W a s h i n g t o n , July 19.—A HtnxLl special says CoL Whittlesey and a number oi Vir­ ginia Radicals are in Washington getting up doenmenu to prove that the election in Virginia waa carried by fraud. Affidavits are being prepared and will be placed before the lUconmrucrien Committee a t the meet­ ing of Congress. It is hoped by this to bay* tb s slectoon set aside, or e k s bare m a n y of t h e m a r e av a i li n g th e m s e l v e s of free p a s s a g e hom e fro m K io J a n e i r o i n t h e n a v a l v e s s e ls b y p e r m issio n ot th e P r e s i ­ d e n t . O t h e r v e s s e ls w ill p r o b a b ly b rin g all n o w re m a i n in g m B razil. THE GERMAN REFUGEES. E d w a r d a n d O t t o L o ren z , th e alleg e d r e f ­ u g e e s f r o m G e r m a n y , th e fa c t o f w h o s e a r ­ re s t o n t h e s t e a m e r R h e in o n S a t u r d a y h a s b e e n p u b l i s h e d , w e r e y e s t e r d a y ta k e n b e ­ fo r e J u d g e C a rd o z o on a habta* corpM, b u t w e r e r e m a n d e d t o th e C e n t r a l P o 'ic e Office S u p e r i n t e n d e n t K e n n e d ) ’ h a s te l e g r a p h e d to M . S a b e , P o lic e P r e s i d e n t of B e r lin , for in s tr u c t i o n s co n c e r n i n g t h e m , b u t as y e t h a s n o t r e c e i v e d a n y re p ly . WANTS TO PRACTICE. T h e a r g u m e n t of t h e m o tio n b y J a m e s D . M c C lellan d t o r a m a n d a m u s t o co m p e l J u s ­ tic e D o w lin g t o allo w h im to p r a c t i c e i n t h e C o u r t o f S p e c ial S e s s ions w a s com m e n c e d y e s t e r d a y b e f o re J u d g e C a rdozo, of th e S u ­ p r e m e C o u r t , a n d w i l l be r e s u m e d a t t w e l v e o ’c lo c k t o - d a y . M R . GEORGE PEABODY’S MUNIFICENCE. G e o rg e P e a b o d y a r r i v e d in th e c i t y yes te r d a y m o r n i n g fro m N e w p o r t , R. I . , a n d w i l l lea v e to - d a y fo r th o W h i t e S u lp h u r S p r i n g s i n Y a . A p » r t of h i s t i m e y e s t e r ­ d a y w a s s p e n t i n s e l e c t in g o u t th e v a r io u s se c u r i t ie s co m p o s in g th e $1,UUU,U0U d o n a ­ tio n re c e n t l y p r o m i s e d b y h i m to t h e t i a s- te e s of t h e S o u th e r n E d u c a t io n a l F u n d co n ­ sis ti n g m o s tl y o f S t a t e and ra i l r o a d cou p o n b o n d s . T h e p a c k a g e w h e n made u p filled a ten b o x o f th e size o f a sm a l l tra v e l i n g tru n k , a n d a ca r r i a g e w a s c a l le d into re ­ quisition to c a r r y i t t o its d e s t i n a t i o n . DI9TIN G U 1 S HXD A R R I V A L . Tho Hoe. A. Musgrave. the new Gover­ nor of British Columbia, a r r i v e d here ' H a li f a x b y t h e C i t y o f B a ltim o r e . FIS K ’8 F E R R Y PR O JEC T . O w in g to a d i s a g r e e m e n t b e tw e e n th e c o n t r a c t i n g p a r t i e s Tar t h s p a m s s n or o f t b e ffiere w e r e in th e o ld C o n g ress .”— I s f a //p a n . ATROCIOUS MURDER. A n I n o f f e n s i v e N e g r o K i l l e d b y a D e m ­ o c r a t i c C o n s t a b l e . [From the Indianapolis Journal, July 16.] A c o r r e s p o n d e n t of th e T e r r e H a u t e E x f/r w , a t S u ll i v a n , S u ll i v a n C o u n ty , report*- ■m other atro c io u s a n d w a n to n m u r d e r , co m ­ m i tt e d b y a D e m o c ratic p e a c e officer o n an inoffensive n e g r o , i n S u ll i v a n C o u n ty , d u r ­ ing t h e w a r , it w a s n o t co n s i d e r e d a crim e , h a r d ly m o re th a n a v e n ial offense, t o k i l l a U n io n m a n o r a b o l i t i o n ist, a n d th e w a y iD w h ich t h e m u r d e r e r i n t h i s case w a s allo w ­ ed t o escap e sh o w s t h a t th e o ld feeliu g is u n c h a n g e d . T h e offense o c c u r r e d a t a h o rse race i n G i l l t o w n s h i p . T h e m u r d e r e d m a n , •Jack C a lo w a y , h a d b e e n h u n t i n g h i s cow s, an d re t u r n i n g , sto p p e d a t t h e ra c e g r o u n d . The a c c o u n t p r o c e e d s t h u s : x l i e cam e t o w h e r e th e ra c e w a s ru n , and en g a g e d i n co n v e r s a t i o n w i t h p e r s o n s o f his a c q u a i n t a n c e t h e r e . J a m e s K . D o o ly cam e u p a n d a s k e d h u n w h a t h e w a a d o i n g t h e r e , an d said if w h i t e m e n co u ld n o t t a k e t h e i r (.art a g a i n s t n ig g e r s , h e (D o o ly) w o u ld d o i t to r t h e m , a n d o r d e r e d C a lo w a y t o lea v e ; to w h ich C a lo w a y q u i e t l y re p li e d t h a t h e w o u ld go, au il s t a r t e d a n d w e n t o ff som e co n s id e r a b le d i s ta n c e t o a n o t h e r p a r t of thc- g r o u n d , w h e r e h e m e t o t h e r p a r ti e s h e w a s ac q u a i n t e d w i t h , a n d sto p p e d a n d engaged m co n v e r s a tio n . In a b o u t h a l t an h o u r D o o ly ag a in cam e u p o n h im . C a lo w a y , a t th e tim e , w a s sta n d i n g a t t h e w h e e l o r co r n e r o f a w a g o n , re s t i n g h i s elb o w o n th e w h e e l a n d h i s h e a d on h i s h a n d . W h e n w i t h i n a b o u t f if ­ tee n fe e t of C a llo w a y , D o o ly co m m e n c e d sh o o t in g a t h im w i t h a sm a ll five ch a m b e red c a r t r i d g e r e v o lv e r . D o o ly t ir e d fo u r s h o t s , ea c h t i m e ta k i n g d e l i b e r a t e aim . N o t a w o r d w a s p a s s e d b e t w e e n th e m fro m th e tim e D o o ly ca m e u p till a f t e r th e firin g of th e seco n d sh o t , C a lo w a y n e v e r m o v in g , n o r in th e le a s t c h a n g i n g h i s p o s itio n o r o f ­ fe r in g t o d e f e n d h im s e lf, a f t e r th e firin g of th e seco n d s h o t said , “ Q u i t sh o o tin g , J i m , we a r e a l l r i g h t —w e a r e a l l c i v i l .” T h e t w o lirs t sh o t s e n t i r e ly m issed , th e t h i r l s h o t s t r u c k C a llo w a y i n th e u p p e r p a r t of th e ab d o m e n , t h e b a ll p a s s in g b a c k ­ w a r d a n d lo d iu g on th e in s id e ; th e fo u r th sh o t s t r u c k t h e w h e e l of th e w a g o n . A t th i s j u n c t u r e som e p e r s o n p r e s e n t i n t e r f e r ­ ed a n d t o o k th e p L t o l fro m D o o ly. C a lo ­ w a y w a s ab le t o rid e h o m e . S o m e fo u r d o c t o r s w e r e c a l le d in d u r i n g S a t u r d a y n i g h t a n d a t t e n d e d h im on t h a t n i g h t a n d on y e s t e r d a y . H i s co n d itio n is *aid t o b e q u i t e c r it i c a l , a u d b u t little hopes o f h i s reco v e r y a r e e n t e r t a i n e d . D o o ly re m a i n e d o n th e race g r o u n d s for sev e r a l h o u r s a f t e r th e sh o o tin g a n d till th e ra c e w a s o v e r , anti th e n re t u r n e d to S u ll i v a n in co m p a n y w i t h th o s e w i t h w h o m h e h a d g o n e to th e races. H e r e m a i n e d h e r e t i l l a la t e h o u r S a t u r d a y j n ig h t , a n d th e n left, a n d h a s n o t been seen h e r e sin c e . I t is re p o r t e d t h a t h i s frie n d s g a v e h im m e a n s t o go aw a y on. [From the same paper, July 17. | C a lo w a y , th e n e g r o w h o w a s s h o t b y th e D e m o c ratic [peace officer D o o ly, in S u ll i v a n c o u n t y t h e o t h e r d a y , i t is t h o u g h t , c a n n o t reco v e r , as h is w o u n d h a s re c e n t l y show n v e r y b a d sy m p to m s . T h e in fam o u s m u r ­ d e r e r is a t l a r g e s t il l . T h e S u ll i v a n Union say s : W e l e a r n th a t D o o ly offered to g iv e h i m ­ self do Are m a d e of co p p e r, a r e t h e y n o t ?” “ Y e s .\ ‘ ‘ H a v e y o u a n y g r e e n b a c k s w i t h y o u ? 1 n e v e r saw b u t one, a n d I h a v e fi how t h a t l o o k e d .” I up f r o m th e b o t t o m o f a p o c k e t o n e c r a m - p led t w e n t y - f i v e c e n t n o t e of o u r p o s t a l c u r ­ re n c y . S h e t u r n e d i t e v e r a n d o v e r w i t h k e e n cu r io s i t y . *' I t seem s v e r y s t r a n g e t o m e t h a t th i s s h o u l d IA m o n e y ,” s h e s a i d “ I t d o n ’t lo o k l i k e m o n e y .” “ W h a t does i t lo o k j li k e “ W e l l, (h e s it a ti n g l y , an d w ith t h e u t m o s t s i n c e r i ty .) it— l o o k s — lik e — a label f o r an oyster ca n /” — A . D . Rich- ard#jn to the X . Y . Tribune. H o w P o o r Y o n n g M e n G e t A l o n g n t C o r n e l l U n i v e r s i t y . R e c e n t a c c o u n t s fro m th i s u n i v e r s i t y d e m o n s t r a te th e a d m i r a b le w o r k in g s of t h e p l a n s f o r p r o v i d i n g w o r k fo r th e s t u d e n t s w h o w i s h to n a y th e i r o w n w a y . 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H e co n d u c t e d t h e m u s ic fo r t h e c o u r t b a lls as w e ll as th o s e of th e u o b d i t y . H e ap p e a r e d c o n s t a n t l y engaged in h i s co m p o s itio n s , w h ich , h e affirm e d , w e re s e n t to P a r i s , h i m s e l f p o s t in g larg e ro l l s w h i c h h a d e v e r y a p p e a r a n c e of b e in g m a n u s c r i p ts of m u s ic. O n e d a y a n e m p lo y e of th e p o s t, b e in g h im s e lf a n a m a t e u r ot m u s ic, a n d d e s i r o u s of o b t a i n i n g o n e of th e s e p r e c io u s morceaux, o p e n e d a p a c k a g e . N o t a t r a c e o r b a r of m u s ic, o n l y c a b a listic sig n s . U p o n b e in g s u b m i t t e d to th e g o v ­ ern m e n t , t h e y w e r e fo u n d to b e d i s p a t c b e s in c y p h e r , ad d r e s s e d to t h e m i n i s t e r o f f o r ­ eig n affairs in F r a n c e . A t th e n e x t b a l l of th e c o u r t th e E m p e r o r A l e x a n d e r a p ­ p r o a c h e d B o u c h e r , a u d p l a c e d b e f o re him one of th e s e m a n u s c r i p ts, b e g g in g of h i m to B a a i t s , S T A T . S 3 EX T , fte J d f u p b u t IU. « N U h a v e a n y t h i n g t o E W E * * J o w i t l i W W e also le a m t h a t U o o ly I llr0 d h u v k l l i n . U t th e Caa. ea r n , to S u lh v a n o u S a t u r d a y n . g h t , a u d j m „ c, „ h llc B o u c h e r , w i t h th e tea. p a t t e d so m e o f o u r p r o m i n e n t otiicera on t h e of th e d t l t l l w L i e h a w a i t e d h im . w a . s t r e e t s sev e r a l tu n e s , b u t no o n e h a d au th o r i t y to a r r e s t h im in th e ab s e n c e of an | affid a v it. H a s i t com e to tiiis; D o v e ob lig e d t o c o n t i n u e u n t i l t h e b a l l w a s fin- live in t h e m i d s t of h e a t h e n i s m , w h e r e ig ­ n o r a n c e i s b liss, a n d law is u n k n o w n .' H e w a s t h e n co n v e y e d t o a f o r tr e s s , w h e r e h e watt confined fo r th r e e y e a r s . F a r m i n g I n C n l i r o r n i n . I Correspondence New York Tribune. | S m a ll farm s g ro w in fa v o r ; b u t t h e old S p a n ish s y s t e m h a s le f t m a n y larg e la n d h o ld e rs. 'To b e l i t t l e im m e n s e tra c t * is a g e n e r a l affec tatio n , a n o d d o u t c r o p p i n g of local h u m o r . T h e C a l i f o r n i a n in v i te s an K a s te r n v isito r : “ C o m e d o w n to Sam M a tae o a n d sp e n d a w e e k w i t h m e. ” ‘ ‘H a v e yo u a ra n c h th e r e ?” “ Y e s , a l i t t l e p l a c e . ” “ W h a t d o you c a l l a l i t t l e p lace ?” “ W e ll, *20,000 ac r e s ” — o r 3 0 ,0 0 0 , o r 40,000, as t h e case m a y b e . E v e r y b o d y seem s to h a v e a little plaice. 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B e a le dispense* so m e th in g of o l d B a r o n ial h o s p i ta l it y E v e r y w a y f a r e r is w e lcom e d to ta b l e a n d bed w i t h o u t m o n e y a n d w i t h o u t p rice. “ ; »rie n i g h t s , t h i r t y tra v e l e r s a r e th e r e en te r t a i n c a . H a r d S t o r i e s a b o a t J o h * H a n c o r k . N o m a n h a s p r o b a b ly lieen m o re o v e r ­ ra t e d t h a n J o h n H a n c o c k . l i e w a s rich , liv e d o s t e n t a t i o u s l y , a n d w a s g e n e r o u s , b u t h e w a s v a in a n d u n s c r u p u lo u s . A lm o s t ev e r y b o d y w i t h w h o m be tra d e d w a s ob lig e d to su e h im . M y fa th e r t o l d m e th a t o n e co u ld seld o m p a s s t h e c o u r t h o u s e in B o s to n , d u r i n g t e r m tim e , w i t h o u t h e a r ­ ing t h e c r ie r of t h e c o u r t p ro c laim from th e d o o r .steps, “ H is ex c e llen c y , J o h n H a n c o c k , com e ' i n t o c o u r t a n d m a k e an s w e r t o A . B ., o r y e n w ill be d e f a u l t e d . ” H e w o u l d p r e ­ s e n t i t o a cle r g y m a n , fo r ex a m p le , on electio n d a y , a s u i t of clo t h e s , a n d th e tailoi* w o u ld h a v e t o su e th e G o v e r n o r fo r p a y m e n t —an d so in n u m e r o u s o t h e r in- staiH-es. H i s w id o w , M ’m e Su*>tt, w h o m rrn ied C a p t . S c o t t , m a s t e r o f o n e of G o v .'H a n c o c k 's L o n d o n p a c k e t s , to l d m e in m y y o u t h , t h a t o n o n e o c c a s ion t h e G o v ­ e r n o r i n v i t e d th e w h o le S e n a te of M a s s a ­ c h u s e t t s t o b r e a k f a s t w i t h h i m w i t h o u t g i v ­ in g h e r a n y n o tice. S h e said , “ W e h a r e n o m i lk fo r t h e coffee of su m a n y p e r s o n s , am i lye re p li e d , “ S e n d th e s e r v a n t s o u t to m i lk t h e cow s o n th e co m m o n * .\ I t th e in i t o m th e n fo r t h e i n h a b i t a n t s t o san d th e i i oow s t o c r o p th a g raaa o r th o p o h h c com m o n . B a t H a n c o c k w a a n o t th a o n ly m a n i a p u b l i c l if e w h o in th o a e d a y s d i s ­ h o n o r e d h i s p o s itio n . 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T h e L o u d o n D a ily S ta r c o n t a in s th e fo l­ lo w in g e x t r a c t from a p r i v a t e le t t e r , a d ­ d ressed b y a g e n t l e m a n w h o h a s re c e n t l y in t li* ITnitejl S t a t e s to a p r o m i n e n t m e m b e r o f th e p r e s e n t g o v e r n m e n t. m a y Uu»|>, Cue titar uays, am o n g o t h e r th i n g s , t o th r o w so m e lig h t o u t h e alleg e d p o v e r ty o f th e S o u th e r n e r s : E v e r y b o d y is so i n d e p e n d e n t in A m e r ica, a n d th e c o n s e q u e n t d i v e r s i t y is so g r e a t , th a t i t is n o t in g e n e r a l easy t o se t f o r th t h e re s u l t o f y o u r o b s e r v a tio n s in a n y t h i n g sh o r t of a n o c ta v o v o lu m e . T h i s is n o t th e ease a b o u t t h e A l a b a m a . H e r e th e n a t i o n a l a t t i t u d e is re m a r k a b l y w e ll d e f in e d a n d clear. U n i v e r s a l l y th e A m e r ic a n s w i s h th e q u e s t i o n k e p t o p e n . T h e reaso n for th i s is i n essen c e e v e r y w h e r e t h e sam e ; b u t it co m p r e h e n d s a g r e a t m a n y sh a d e s . T h e w o r s t fo r m it assu m e s is am o u g people w h o say , “ W a i t t i l l y o u g e t in t o t r o u b l e , an d , sin c e y o u lik e p r i v a t e e r i n g so m u c h , see if y o u d o n ’t g e t a b e l l y f u l of i t . ” T h a t is th e lo w e s t p o i n t in th e scale. A t t h e o t h e r e n d a r e t h e good p e o p le, w h o say • “ W e f, I t h u r t b y th e u n f r ie n d l in e s s of E n g l a n d , an d o u r w o u n d c a n 't b e h e a l e d b y m o n e y . If E n g lan d , i n h e r o w n tim e of tro u b l e , o r n o w , w o u l d ex p r e s s o r in d icate a n y feelin g of re g r e t , t h a t w o u ld s e t t l e th e m a t t e r , a n d n o t h i n g else w i i l . ” T h e y d o n ’t w a n t m o n e y . A n y s e t t l e m e n t w h i c h in c l u d e d a p a y m e n t w o u ld b e to a l l A m e r ic a n s a d i s a p p o i n t m e n t , a n d to m o s t a h u m i li a ti o n . T h e y w a n t a solace for w o u n d e d feeliug. C o a rse n a t u r e s seek t h a t i a rev e n g e . G o o d m e n w o u ld find it in o u r ac k n o w l e d g m e n t of o u r m i s t a k e . I t is a m a t t e r of lee lin g w i t h th e m . In all y o u d o , t r e a t t h e m as frie n d s t o w h o m w e h a v e g iv e n good cau s e to b e o ffended, a n d d o n ’t t »ke t h e m u p s h a r p ly , e v e u if th e y say o r do t h i n g s w h i c h are u n r e a s o n a b le . I n e v e r fe l t so ash a m e d of o u r s y m p a t h y w i t h th e .S o u th e rn e r s as w h e n I w a s i n t h e S o u th . T h e slav e - o w n e r s t e l l y o u w i t h th e m o s t b razen faces t h a t t h e y a r e b e t t e r now th a n t h e y w e r e l>efore. 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E v e r y b o d y ta k e s for g r a n t e d t h a t w e s h a l l soou be d e e p in a c o n t i n e n t a l w a r — a n i d e a w h i c h h a a a good d e a l t o d o w i t h th e i r re f u s a l to s e t t l e th e A lab a m a m a t t e r . M r. S u m n e r said to m e t h a t i n a n y E u r o p e a n co m p lica tio n E n g l a n d m i g h t be c o u n t e d on so l o n g as h e r A m e r i ­ c a n tro u b l e w a s u n s e t t l e d . S o m e b o d y of C A L L A N D S E E S A M P L E S A N D then order j our B.LL HEADS, L E T T E R H E 4 D S , MERCHANDISE TAGS, ENVELOPE*. BUSINISS CARD S , AC., of F E L T O N A BRO., 1 » Main street. J ^ L A N K B O O K S . J . J . C H I C H E S T K T l , MANUFACTURER, Shipping, CouBffraJ W*rk, U a £ u , aisdoji OF EVERY DBSCRIPTfON. _________________________ Ifc* Wwhlngtfln i t . Buffalo MAXI F.M T I KES. W E M A K E T H E B E S T A N D C H E A P - est Cider Pre>» Screws in ma-ket. Send for Circulars and Price*. RI M8EY A CO., Seneca Falla, New York. C E N T S ' F t 'K S l S M I N G . ATTENTION. Parties having accounts with the Dim of B E A R E & J U U S O N , will call ana s*ttle at ore*. i A GENTLEMAN r e s id i n g s o m e se v e r a l m iles ! from th e c i t y h a s b e e n in th e h a b i t fre ­ q u e n t l y u i sen d i n g h i s w a it i n g b o y w i t h th e b u g g y b a c k h o m e w i t h th e follow ing m e s ­ sag e : “ T e l l m y w ife I ’m c a u g h t o n t h a t d — d ju r y a g a i n . ” H i s w ife, t o be s u r e , l i t ­ tle su s p e c te d t h a t t h e j u r y w a s a s e t o f boon | co m p a n io n s b e n t on a o i a tim e ” an d I I t h e d e t e r n ^ ' ^ ^ DOl ^ «<^0 fiorae till m o r n i n g .” A few d a y s sin c e h e s e n t s a id w a it e r bov t o t o w n a f t e r som e n e c e s s a r y a r ­ ticles. T h e boy fe ll in w i t h frie n d s , g o t e l e v a t e d a n d to p - h e a v y a n d p i t c h e d o u t of th e b u g g y . T h e h o rse a u d b u g g y arriv e d h o m e a l l rig h t , b u t th e boy d i d n o t m a k e his ap p e a r a n c e u n t i l n e x t d a y . W i t h a s t e r n c o u n t e n a n c e o u r ju r y m a n c a l le d t h e hoy u p an d d e m a n d e d w h y h e d i d n o t com e b a c k in th e p r o p e r tim e . “ F o r e G o d , m a s s a , 1 w a s co t c h e d o n d e d — d j u r y ! ” M A R R I E D . S Jl ITH —SPOONLE V—July 14, in Hamburgh, by Kev C. S. Halter, M r ja ob Sm ith, of a v i anil Miss Elizabeth Spoonley, of the form e r place. DIED. C'OGK—In Waterloo, Iowa, on Patunlay, July 10th, Mrs. Carrie A Cook, wife of D. C. Cook, aged 80 years NEWTOY—July 20, in this city, Luther 0. Newton, a*e<l 48 years. Fu- trai ou W. dn<*day, th\ 21st in t., at o’clock, from his at re-i ence, No. *77 Ninth «t. Friends and acquaintances are re [>ccifudy inviUd to »t- t nd. A comp ate assortment at reasonabte prices. BUFFAL-* MOUKNING STORE, 414 Main at., American Biock. P b c e n i x F i r e I m a r a a r e C o u p a B y . of Hartford. Capital, 9800,000. W M . C. aMlTH, Airent, 4 Brown’s Buil iuup», Buffalo, N. Y. N i a g a r a P l a n i n g M i l l C o m p a n y . Door Sash and Blind Manufactory, 200 E. Seneca Rt., Bu lalo. Flooring, Siding, Mouldings, Brack­ ets, Kiln Dried Doors, Glazed and Unvlazed Sash, Inside and Outsiie Bhnda; Door and Window Frames. Also, Planing, hawing and Turning of every description done to order on short notice aud with dispatch. H a r t f o r d F i r e I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y . Chartered in 1810. Cash Capital, 91,000,000. W M C. S M I T H , Agent, 4 Brown’* Buildings, Buffalo, N . Y. H i g h w i n e s . A l c o h o l , K t * . THOMAS CLARK, successor to Clark R Brown, Rectifying Distiller, corner of Washington and Perry streets, Buffalo m anufacturer and dealer in High- wines. A lcohol, Pure Spirit*, Cologne Spirits, Recti­ fied W h isky, Old R y e W h isky. Domestic Brandi* G i a n , H i n a * . G i n a * . 6000 Boxes Window Glass, assorted sizes. PLAT* GLASS FOR STORKS AND DWELLINGS at than Eastern Prices. 50,000 In. WHITE LEAD, IOj bhla. LINSEED OIL For sale by A &EYNOI D* A CO., 101 Main st. and 46 LUiyd st., Buffalo, N. Y. SUMMEK GOODS. White and Brown Duck Suits. B b c t Alpaccs Sacks. Fine Linen Dusters. Linen anil t’otten Drawers. ( i a n z r M e r i n o S h i r t s . (ianze Cotton Shirts. S E W S T Y L E S C R A P E S C A R F S . N E W S T Y L E S S I L K C R A V A T S . SILK I.I ILK AND COTTON SOCKS. RUSSIAN BRACES, COLLARS, Ac. A T K E N N E T T , ’ S , 2 7 3 M a i n S t . ______ UEOtUiE B. TK1PP, M A N U F A C T U R E R OP A L L K I N D S OP SHIRTS, WRAPPERS, DRAWERS L i n e n I l i c k i e s , B o s o m s , Collai-s and Cuffs, M A D E TO ORDER A N D FOR S A L E A T No. 11 N o r th Division st. COMMISSION. SMITH Hi UNDERHILL, PRODUCE COMMISSION M K H C H A N T S , 26 Whitehall Street, New York. Solicit consignments of all kinds of prod ce. Quick and good sales and prompt returns. Shipping I rand* furnished free. Factories and dealers supplied with choice country cured Rennet*; also, Basket Annatto at m it ket prices M O T E L S . u NITED STATES HOTEL, CAPE MAY CITY, N. J . , W ill be opened for tho aeaao* Soturday , May 29. It and yet af- B a f f a l o M a l l e a b l e I r a a W o r k * . r. ■ . , * , , i *, i Malleable Iron made to order P R A T T k L E T C H - th e F r e n c h E m bassy h a d gone home lxat 1 WuRTH, Proprietor*. Otkce 51 and 54 Terrace st., w e e k , a u d h e w a s g o ing t o p o i n t t h a t o u t to th e E m p e r o r . I said , “ Yes, E n g l a n d m i g h t b e co u n t e d off, n o t b y h e r A m e r ic a n tro u b l e , b u t b y th e d e t e r m in a t io n of h e r p e o p le t o k e e p t h e i r h a n d o u t of t h e s e w r e t c h e d strifes. W e h a d p u t off o u r f i g h t ­ in g clo t h e s , a n d w o u l d n o t p u t th e m on ag a in u n t i l w e w e re a t t a c k e d o r in s u l t e d o u r ­ selv e s .” H e receiv e d m y s t a t e m e n t aa in som e m e a s u r e new , a n d s a i d t h a t if t h a t w e r e so i t w a s t h e s t r o n g e s t e v id e n c e h e h a d h e a r d of o u r g r o w in g civ ilizatio n . H i s co u n t r y m e n g e n e r a l l y h a v e th e sam e e x ­ p e c t a t i o n . I t ia am a z in g how tittle t h e t w o co u n t r i e s k n o w o f ea c h o t h e r . . . . m * \ C a n c e r C u r e a F a i l u r e . *1** E d itor o f The Chicago Tribune : 1 l a y o u r issu e o f ' « u r d . y y o u p u b l i s h , from th e C in c i n n a t i lAiteWe, au a r t i c l e I i t m th e M ilw a u k e e LhnUj F r « P r ~ . in re z a r d to th e cu r e o f c a n c e r o n th e fa c e of M r . i . ft '*»a aa, a Buffalo, N. Y. | L a k * lc * . ___________ . j Company are im , ________ ply cu-tomers w ith Lake lea at th* lowest rates, fu ll supply guaranteed ths season through. The D e li/ery Wagons of tbis company are co 'ored rad and prominently lettered “ L A K E IC E .\ A n y Inat­ tention of men delivering ice, if reported a* th* of­ fice, w ill be corrected. Orders left at M A R V I N ’S D R U G 8 T O R E , cor. Washington and Stneca rtreeta, w ill be prom p tly fill#* 4 T BMIOG8. T e e t h , e x t r a c t e d W t l k e s t P * l » , J. G B A R B O U R , form e rly o f New Yo rk, has xn office in connection with Dt. I L B. Straight, Dentist, where he osb be found daily ready to relieve sufferisg humanity. Dr. Barhour, baring had great experience in extracting teeth under the influent* uf Nitrous Oxide (or laughing gas), w ill devote his whole time to thia branch of practice Hundreds of t^oifnomais can be aeec at th* a®os, at No. 282 Mam w.reeC ^ m ------------ B a f f a l * T y p e F o a a d r y And P R I N T E R S ’ W A k E H '» U 8 E furnishes every article required m tbe printing business to any ex- th * n livinsr i n M ilw a u k e e . A s I i text deaired, on as reasonable terms a* any Foundry M * * o n , t h e n liv in g i n j m i w * u a « L f - Ul country. A im . B ECTROTYPINO in all iu w * s t h e w r i t e r of t h a t arteq.e, w i t h o u t u n j giw,, type adaoced lor trie* * M a iling Ma- i*. u . tut MAN. d e r t a k i n g to g a y w h e t h e r th e re m e d y uzud in t h e caae of M r. M a s o n m a y o r m a y n o t j b e effectu a l i n o t h e r c a s e s , i t is d u e t o t h e p u b lic t o s t a t e t h a t M r. M a s o n , w h o h a d I th e n b e e n c u r e d som e e i g h t m o n t h s , a n d { e t l c w t F i r * l u a r a a c * C o m p a n y , of Hartford. Capital, 9*00,000. W M . C. S M I T H . Agent, 4 Brown’* Building, Buffalo, N. Y. h a d th e a p p e a r a n c e of b e in g p e r m a n e n t l y c u r e d , d ied o f cancer in the f a c e w i t h i n a y e a r ch - t w o a f t e r m y a r t i c l e w a s w r i t t e n . I w r o te t h e a r t i c l e a t M r . M a s o n ’s su g g e s ­ tio n . t h a t o t h e r s afflicted aa h e h a d been m i g h t be cu r e d . I t w a s g e n e r a l l y co p ied a t t h e t i m e , a n d th o u g h I h a v e t w i c e since c a u t io n e d t h e p u b l i c n o t t o re l y o n t h e ca s e _____ _ ________ ____ ___ _ ____ of M r. M a s o n aa a p ro o f t h a t a p l a s t e r m a d e } Prepared by k. JKNN&k, Chemist, 419 o f b lo o d r o o t , ch l o r i d e of zinc, a n d w h e a t j flour w i l l c u r e ca n c e r , t h e o r ig in a l a r ti c le ia J e n n e r ’ * H a i r T w n l e a a d R e a Tbe incomparable remedy. T r y it.— it Thia preparation stop* th* hari taUiag out and promote* * rigoroo* growth dee* as th* scalp of dandruff, and renders the hair soft and xIooby. It oontai> s no sulpnar, sugar of k* d nr oth­ er coloring matter, being designed expraaaly for u th e t h i r d t i m e g o in g t h e c i r c u i t o f th e p ress. I h o p e th e p a p e r s t h a t r h a v e re c e n t l y g iv e n cu r r e n c y t o t h a t a r t i c l e w ill m a k e t h e p r o ­ p e r c o r r e c t io n . S . M . B o o t h . 18 Tribune Building, Chicago. P o s t a l S c r i p n r C a l i f o r n i a . — T h e hoe- tee* at a house where I dined the other day, came to California when a mere child. She remember* abeolutely nothing of her old home. “ Do you really use pennies in the SUtee V ihe taked. “ Yee.* “ They C t .tF K C T lon ik B t . J^O X G ’S CANDIES A r t pronounced by everybody as being T H E B E S T . They are *-r ctly pure, of •old s t whoieael* s a d retail si all first dias « appointments, equal to any, fording to lam liiaa a 1 tae com forts o f a h ___ President irrantexpecU to visit ths United Pteles this Season. Address A A R O N M I L L - - R , Proprietor. THOMAS* HOTEL & DINING ROOMS, (ON THE EUROPEAN P L A N , ) C r e r tl h d u g u l W u i i g t a f e . Buffalo, N . Y . LADIES AND GENTS’ PRIVATE DINING ROOMS. ENTRANCE ON WASHINGTON ST. SHELL OYSTERS, CLAM AND sa lt f i s h r e c e i v e d da ily . D IN N E R S F H . iM 12 T O A M K A L B BFRWITD T O O R D E R A T A M , H O U R * K l U t U N i , rSAAC HOLLOWAY, IENHA AU LftkMI &AVMMI F L A M G I N O . C U R B I N G , P L A T F O R M S , Door awd W a l l s Ompt am i M ila, ffsepa, R M OOflS amd Yard earner at 1 V a in aad tfe n h u - g Cana). i « . ami I w * n t v i T a T b . B U I L D E R S T o oor Large end wall I L A R D W A R E , HAILS, TOOLS, fte, Price* Low. S H A W A F E R R IS , C M c a a x r . B U T L E R * C O , s . — a H t e « C I 0 C I E S Y A N D 6 L A S S W A 1 E , rm U T T JK B S . L A S P I . A . ■j i t . o r tt M t e a m ttS n t e t e s >»«■«. U i O t e t t t e i «L, S w r T t t S , CROCKERY, CROCKERY. We invite attention to our Full SU>ek of EARTH- W A R E , com p rising. kb Ifarft -PrriuM fc Ton,\ 1 . 1 L I n t o ' Q a f e a d b a n , J. k i. lalnai Clin as! Virtna Stye. T t . .b u r . v r o l the m p a t H n « im p c rttd •■> this country'. GOLD BAND AND W H ITE CHINA, cu ani n c u r o «la»wau, SILVER PLATED WARE, FRENCH CLOCKS, BRONZES, PARIAN MARBLE. ▲ fu ll stock o f useful and ornamental goods at the very lowest prices at W. H. GLENNY, SON &C0. D U F f A L O , M I L W A U K E E A N D C H I - U eago L in a . - F o r De.roD, — - Milwaukee, Chicago and Iiiter-al Th* new snd fo p u la r loi pressure pax.HvL;;er -learner f o u n t a i n c i t y , GEO. PERK INH ................... Master W ill leave the Company’s Dock f o o l «f Michigan » L . S s S S S P \ * °n Tl ESDAY EVENLNU. Ju>y Th* Fountain C ity is the fastest and moat m agnifi c r n t paaaengar steam r on the lake*. F o r freight o r passage apply to S H E L D O N P E A S E , M a n a -ing Agent, O ffcc foot o* Michigan street. J E R O M E k W E S * V T T . Ticke t A y e n U . W. M. ULKNNV, SON ft CO., OFTSS GA 8 FIXTURES OF THK N e w e s t a n d B e a t S t y l e ? AT V E R Y 1 , 0 W P R I C E S . P . C. tV c k h a n T u P o p u l a r C o n k . A N K W F i R IT -C L A S S U O u K I N U STOVK. U N E Q U A L L E D A N D W A R R A N T E D IN 1 V . B Y R E S P E C T . The bueoe>-» aad superiority ot this new Hove ia fcsla lishc . he . o rd a doubt. For its Rconemv of Fuel. i--|>ertoo» Ovens, Splendid Bakin? Q u a lit ea Facllitie- fo r keep­ ing I r a fo r gy. at length o f time, ► x tra Weigh and Qual ty uf Castings, and Superior F ittin g of tbe Joint*. N E W P A T E N T M O V A B L E R E S E R V O I R N K W P A T E N T e K U T lO N A F I R K - P L a T a H E W P A T E N i S A D IRO N H h A T k R . n k w p a t e n t r o a s t e r . A L L V A L U A B E IM* R O V E M F N T 8 . Send or call fo r circular with testim mials Manufacture J and sold by J. 8. * J l. r k C a H f t M . Utica, N. Y . F o r Sale by A. S P I T Z M I L I .K R It CO., 44N Main St., Buffalo. U . C . r L U T I N G M A C H I N E S . — T H F . B E S T machine nude, price red-iced. C. E. WALBRIDGE, 271 Main at. F r u i t j a r s —t h e m o s t d e s i r a ble style*, at wholesale and retail. C. E. WALBRIDGE, 271 Main it. B i r d c a o s s a n d t o i l e t w a r e , A fine assortment. U. E. WALBRIDGE, 271 Mam st. F o r k s a n d s p o o n s . —R o g e r s Bros, ei ver plated ware, guaranteed th* best in market. C. E. WALBRIDGE, 271 Main st. K ED Z IE’S r e l i a b l e f i l t e r s a r e tiie best in use. Sold by C. E. W A L B R I D G E , 271 Main st. B r a c k e t s —i m i t a t i o n o f b l a c k Walnut; handsome, cheap and durable. C. E. WALBRIDGE, 271 Main st. T l B W A R R E N ELEVATED OVEN RANGE. b e a u t i f u l l a r g e o v e n s . ECONOMICAL. Ho DUST. NO ODORS OR STEAM Housekeepers remember this Range will boast, Iroll and base |ierfe tly, and is coutrolkd by one damper. Sole agency at JOHN C. JEWETT fc SON’S, 819 MAIN 8TBF.*T. J f U K N l T U K K FO R EV E R Y B O D Y AT. REDUCED PRICES, j jk. very large assortment ofj FURNITURE, CHAIRS, JAND 11 UPHOLSTERY GOODS! O N H A N ' l ) . Furniture made to order, and repairing, boxing, otc., done in the beet manner. ’ ■«.— ISAAC D. WHITE, 267 Main r t . 1X 7 E S T E R N TRANSPORTATION CO. ▼ ▼ Ftopte’s U m Steam - - tate For Cla y k a rt. D B A D G E R S T A T E , . DICES* N .............................Martsr, he Company*' Dock, foot o f Washington i T U E S D A Y E V E N . N O , Ju l y 90, st 8 • “ •‘hter State, w ith first class passenget . ___ . In every reepe-t, w an established favorite w ith the trave iag pu die. w L L ? ^ 1 -P N y u the ofle* o l Ih . w «™ern Tra S ^ rtsi ion Company, Erie Basin, or foot o f W aahington street, a w i O H N * L L E N . Jr., President R . M. C H O A T E , T cket Agent, _______________ Foot o f Washington st., Buffalo. R E F R I G E R A T O R S AND ICE CHESTS 30TH SLATE AND ZINC. The Best In Market. ___________________ SHAW ft FERRIS, 446 Main rt. p L A T E D FORKS A AND SPOONS AT REDUCED PRICES. ty. Quality warranted Equal to any Made. SHAW ft F t RRIS, 446 Main at. p A B L E C U T L E R Y . A Fine Assortment. S H A W ft FffPRI*. 446 Main rt. r u i L 2 0 0 BLLS FRESH GROUND OAT- 100 blib May Flower Mills, white winter wheat. 100 bbls Genoa Mills, choice Minnesota. 109 bbls International, Mo. 1 Spring. 500 boxes Fox’s Cincinnati Starch. CHEAP FOR CASH, B Y ANDREW M. JOHNSTON, DEALER IN CHOICE GROCERIES, F L O U R A N D O A T M E A L , W H O L E S A L E A N D R E T A I L , Tt MAIN S T R E E T ■ A l i V A K K A N » m V B S . rJ ' H E MORNING AND EVENING STAR I m p r o v e d . A SPLENDID FlRST-CLAM C O O K S T O V E . ONE OF THK RUT IM MARKET. Sold only by 8 H A W ft F E R R I S , £ U I AMERICAN COOKING STOVE. Inna nronmr n ms mn in ASOTHXE PhTCST. After. htt( Hfltt <r b»r» «U tt ite Rm* Rim ing prtartple to the A H E X I C A N C O O K IN G 8TO V K , 3 w h x * i n . t e . oo .b n .te. la obtelnte lo p t t . te t t e f i n Box, and . n o t e ., ote tea oon W M U f t e . O q ^ M T k loiotettO . otetto. te tUo world m w te a t e . m d li fun, m a d by Lsttam Patent. hkrtove km now been before the public for eight ter M y h a u l i f l b * To the entire satisfaction a t the people, and they we af tee n all the States bet wmn the At- n t i t l h . m g h t af n i f j f i l f t i ___ W* t a n ttapwvfej it from tfan* to time an til ft Is ta b * s m a r t perlect as a stove: am d th* o t ite superiority over all others Is tafftato jtotaeta Ua — sa d d w » brin g par aerated, *11 to ths gmrins arttals E n i o n s t e a m b o a t COM!*ANV. For Cleveland. Detroit, go, Milw a u k e e and inter-* mediate porta The favurit. , passenger steamer ST. LO UIS, J A M B P R A T T ............................. m — - w ill leave the Company’s dock, foot of M s i j street, tor the above p o its.o n W E D N E S D A Y E V E N IN G * J u ly 21, a t 8 o’clock P. M. Tor freight or paamge apply at the ('ompacy’e office, No. 1 M a in rt apply i SETH CALDWELL, Agent. U NION STEAM B U T COMPANY. For Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee and Chicago. The T O L E D O . H. A. SISSON ................................. _______ W ill leave the Com p any’s Dock, foot o f M ain street for the ports named above, TU B S t A Y , J u l y gp.h, at at rera o'clock P M ’ w f to 7 P. M. A p p ly ot tbe Com - paoy’a orica. No. 1 M a in st _________________ B E T H C A L P W E I L . 4 gent. U N 1 3 N S T E A M B O A T C O M P A N Y . For Lak* Superior Th* - pa SG to SMEAR, PACKARD ft 00.. IT am d M f b e a u rtrart. r a R WALMUDOB, r p H I P E E H L E 8 8 B CONCEDED TO BE THE BEST COOK STOVE E V E R M A D E . is * SPLENDID I A U B m d p w t e m equally > U > R ffa > * * « A B S O B — m d m g r tarn L — T g i j — s s s y S i 4\” * I\*** ~ ~ f t P - 9 991 B r i n B , RD. KELLY.. ____ wiU leave Buffalo, T U E S D A Y . Jul, z 4 T * o’clock r M*ne, Marquette, end Portage rake, calling at Cleveland and D ttro lt and m aking clom «onn ctiou at Portage Lake, with the magnitt- cent steamer ATLANTIC, W’ M T H O R N ............................. Ca-»tain 'or Copper Harbor, Ea4le Hsrbor, Ontoraagou’ ra P'A . t ^ j l g y i r i d , Super, or City and D g Luti, r*ceiv* i *°r above porta at tout of Maia „_ , , . . . Master, Kqitel In rvte. tefw l t , uni uo m n n nl.ti , | i | !■»»• t e t t o r a , o n i U E S D A T . J u t , 11, fnrtemeitete: — H ttrl, MW, b a n .Ite u it t e . te». teinttfu m itew l with tewtel irf.™w« 10 ih . Me- M n d ttio n ot iwteutenn and h a . , ahm amnl. room lor frtenht, and w ill coutetute dum tn th . *“ *• Ind n w n d tet L t e a S.ip»nn. H A T H U A L D h l L L . A n n \ 1 8 6 9 . T E O P I j E ’S l i n e S T K A M E H S FOR N EW T O R R . The Steamers ST. JOHN. V. H. caanrurun .................................... o . p U ,M Moiutej, Wwliwa la , and Friday* 8 J R O E D » E W # 8’ ROK ...................................................... Captain Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, A t 8) o’clock P. M , On arrival o f trains of New York Central. Albany ft Susquehanna, KenMwlaer ft Saratoga, and Boston l *k\ ( hun»,Uin Steam era. Baggage Wagons always in readlnoee at Denwt U » v e v Baggage to the itoaU free ^ Hud*mTBrer Railroad U ^eta taken for Paaaaga B the Boats, including State Boom Berth. When requested of Sution Agents, Baggage will be Checketl to X tw York by BoaU. ^ PLEASURE G r e a t n o r t h e r n K- I TE. LAKE ONTARIO, RIVER BT LAWRENCE AND TIIE SAGUENAY. TWO STEAM K Kb DAILY. CANADIAN NATIIATION CO.’s >YAL MAIL AND EXPRESS UNES In connection with the GRANDTHUNK RAILWAY. IROM llUFFALO T° K1ver fta*fuen4J - through th* oeai3.uu mlJ,j riimantle soenevy of the White teioiintaiuN, rake G e o r g L a k e ('hamo- lain. Lake Mfmiibremagog, to Sa­ ratoga Springs, Newport, i’urtlaiid, Bo iton, km- vifleiaCt- and New Yoik. Down the River Bt. Lawrenre, |fa««lTig the thousand island, an the wonderful Ka|> <0 of tne St. rawri lire by davlnriil.j The cheapest, moat varied snd delightiul trip on Continent. PASSENGERS LEvYINO BUFFALO At 9 A. M. W'H cm nect at Lewiston with the flr«t - clas« steamer City of Toronto lor Toronto, whe .. d rect con ection will lie m de w th the large and commodious upper cabin teamers of the EXPRESS LINE. ABYSSINIAN ............................................ Captain Estes ATHENIAN............................................ Cap ain Morley. For Itartington, p .rt Hope. Cob nrg, K ugston an.I t’resacoat, ouunecting there with tbe fine River S eame e r aching M.ntieal at 6 o’clod. the fodow mg atternoon. • aaaenvers leavi ig Buffalo at 2 50 P. M. will con­ nect al Cha lo te with the magnificent Upper Cabin Steanieea of the ROY AL MAIL LINE. SPARTAN ............................................ Captain K-llcv SSSJffi'*5' .............. ^ C H A M P I O N ............................Capt. Carmichael For Oswego, Kingston, Clavton. Alexandria Ha« (t^FY^hingGn.und.oi ,he ht u J E S T l t o r a - I Ofteuaburg Preiracott, Cor..wall, rewdl.lng Montreal tha foil,,wing aft rn«on at 6 o’c>ock, WITHOUT CHANGE O r STEAMERS Be sure and purchase Tickets via GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY anu HfTKAMKIW, which are good by rail or boat, are available until Novemtiur 1st, 1*6*. ar.d can be obtained at REI L'CED RATES at all princi­ pal Watei.ng Places and cities in the United sta <» A Af*lK H \HACKBLL (ton. Ag t R. M. L., MouireaF j O . T. R’wy, Montreal ___________________ A- WHITMORE, sksbi, B ukaio. 1869. 1 8 6 ^ THK U N IO N STEAMBOAT COMPANY WU1 run during the ensuing season, in connecuio* with the KR1K RAILWAY, and all railroads Unot- anting at th* Lake Porta below named, and with r#. liable Haas on th* Erie Canal, the following flrat-ctase (•aiiy lines of Steamers: B U F F A L O lA \ D, 1{'|J K ' t 8 U P E R I O R ............................................................. Capt. J. ff. Turner .................................................................... CNk. EcL Kelly ■ U F F A L O , I I L W A U K E R AMD C H I ­ CAG O L I N K . 'v W t t M ................................................... Utt*. 7. H. Brow*. .................................. • Oapt. Jaa. Pratt ................................. -Capt. Tho*. Watts. ................. .. ................. Capt. F. L. Pop*. ....................... Capt. Jehn Kirby. ........................ C a p t J. P. Evers. ............................Cape W. H. Arthur. ■ c r r u o m d d x t k o i t l i r e . • • .............................................. CtapL Wat Thant. CRy ...................... Oapt D. P. Fumril. .........................Capt D. Me Parian*. .............................................. Capt H. Watt* W ALO, C L E V E L A N D AMD TO­ LE D O LIMB. • .......................................................................... S . L I t e . ................................... d . D. D t e t t t e . ............................. “ \ i . i r J . CteiUteo... H i ■any ef them amriy er quite new, and will be run regutariy, aAorailag to Stonferv u iM i a lU facHRiea for the miraita n il ef tftetrVretgbt wftft Jtapateft. Dock for Ohtmgaaad Lake Uraiwrior IAr.es, foot of Mate ri ; far Lake Erie Ltera, Urn* o l Ltoydet .Freight, and Faaiinger office, No. 1 Mate ri. A G R N T I AND OON»IGNRBh: JOHN H. MORE Ml Broadway, J. 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