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THE BUFFALO MONDAY, AUQU9T 2, 1869. O F r i C A L P A P K K o f T H E C I T Y . T m E BU F F A L O K X F R E 9 B - M o rn in g editk*. pub H a ted by th e Express P r in tin g C o ., r v e ry n.nri. •■n Sunday exempted; *M p e r year. T H E flVRNINO EX P R B 8 S - P u td b h o d av r r y after l « u n > t t p . m ., a r d 4 a t p. m . F .ioht Dr.Ltaas •nailed. To C ity Sohaeribera, delivered, SixUftn Cent** week. T I I E W E E K L Y E X P R E S S - P u b lish e d on f k u rsd v y . «W» D ollab and F iit t C s v n i a y e a r. All business letter* should be addressed t o Tt-.li F.i nuns P a n r n x o C o n r akt , N o . 14 K. Swan rtraet, Buffalo; Com m u n ic a tions and C o rrespondence to th e E d itor o f th e Expreaa. M o com m u n ication will receive a tte n tio n un'eea ac com p suied by th e nam e and addr tr* o f th e w r iter, ii >t n ecessarily f u r publication, b u t a* a s aavtrane. uf good f a ith CANADIAN HtmtOfi *lor neighbor of tho Toronto illol* h.ts been so long accustomed to tli*- liabit of publishing but one si lo of a story, th a t it cannot conceive tbe j*oh- sibility of a newspaper . pursuing any other policy. It is greatly grieved at tbe tact that T h e Express, which is overwhelmed w ith annexation lctter.- from Canada, should now arid then print a few of those which state in the dearest way the arguments which ar- leading thoughtful Canadian.- to the conclusion that there is no escape Iron., their present condition save in nuion 1 with tiie States. If the Glolm wili take the trouble to turn over its li le ol The Express it will find th a t we have very frequently printed letters from correspondents who held different senti­ ments. W h en the Canadian journals learn to entertain opinions differing from those of their editors, m atters ol public importance will receive a light of which they aro at present deprive! in the Dominion. In tho case under consideration, 1 1 instance, the (Uni- pretends to deal w ith a letter w ritten to us hy Mr. (1. Duucan, of Hamilton, but it takes es­ pecial care not to print Mr. Duncan’s argument or even to state it with any­ thing like fairness. It is, possibly, very had for a gentle­ man in Hamilton that the editor of th*- irlohr, who “ knows something of the “ leading citizens of Hamilton,” is not acquainted with him. Tho fact, how­ ever, does not m ilitate against the truth of his position. To American readers and to many of those Canadians who, living near the borders, are accustomed lo read T h e Express and other American journals, there is something very fun­ ny in the way the (i!“hr turns and doubles now-a days. On Monday it solemnly addresses itself t<» the ta-k of showing soiiio mode of relief from the depression which is killing < auadiun trade, on Tuesday it declares th a t the Provinces win. never more prosperous, on W ednesday it establishes, appar­ ently to the satisfaction of all concern ed, th a t the crowds of young men wh - arc flocking to the. I'nited States un­ making a vast mistake, on Thursday it denies th a t there is any exodus ol young men from ( 'anada, and on Fri­ day it declares th a t twice us many young men are coming in from the old country as are leaving for the West. 'Po teach the a lesson in the art of giving both sides of a question wo reprint entire it reply to M r.D u n ­ can; H is argum e n ts so far as he has any are chiefly of a pecuniary character. He says, indeed, t h a t the country is a t aatand- etill, aud th a t the people are leaving it as a consequence. Has th e m an lived live years in Ham ilton! W ill he tell us th a t th a t city has stood s till dnring t h a t period? Nome Canadians go to th e W e stern States indeed. But the m a jority of them proba­ b ly come ha«-k s a tulied th a t they can do b e tt e r in t h e ir ow n country. 4 'e rtainly a large num b e r do so. Those who d o n o t are replaced by im m igrants from Europe tw ice over. This Province has th is year received a greater accession to its population iu th a t w a y t h a n during any y*-ar in tiie previou ten . Hoes tliat look like standing still M r. Duncan th in k s t h a t annexation would stop C a n a d ians from going to th e W esti rn S tates. W h a t does he thin!; w o uld stop tho people of thu New E n g land States, ot New Y o rk, a n d some of t h e com p a ratively new States of Ohio. Indiana a r d IlJinoi- from going W e stw a rd in thousands? W h a t sort of annexation won Id keep them at home? T h e t r u t h is, il O n tario w ere an ­ nexed to th e U n ited States, th e exodus hence to t h e W e stern States w o u ld increase m any fold. O u r young nien w o u ld then feel t h a t , a t best, they were under W a s h ­ ington rule, a m i t h e ir attach m e n t to (.'ana­ da, as such, w o u ld be very m u ch w e a k e n ­ ed. Mr. D uncan rem inds us t h a t the salary of o u r Ooveruor-O eneral is larger th a n t h a t <>! th o P resident of th e U n ited States. P e r ­ haps he w o u ld oblige us by a scertaining ho ,i m u c h Congress appropriates for officials, servants, and supplies for th e W h ite Hous** b e t him add t h a t to tho nom inal salary of th e President, and report th e result. W.- adm it t h a t thu C a n a d ian G o v e rnm e n t is ex trav a g a n t; but it is not so bad as th a t a t W a shington. If Mr. D u ncan d o u b ts th a t , let him inform him self as to the expense of th e civil service of thu tw o countries, and m ake a comparison. Does he know, for ex “ “ w ! ' . . . J * » L y t o s /. i w V , t m c ( r S r t e n . , ; a year for attendance and m ileage, members of Congress are paid alm o st as m a n y th o u s ­ an d s ? Does ho know t h a t a man who si is for a few years as representative of one of th e Pacific States m ay retire w ith a consid­ erable fortune ? Mr. Duncan m akes a very g r e a t m istake in thinking t h a t there is a n v thing to l>e said for the U n ited States ou tho score of the economy practiced a t W a sh­ ington. Mr. Duncan has heard th a t t h e I nited S tates collected last year seven m illions of custom s duties on articles im p o rted from Canada, and jum p s at th e conclusion th»t C a n a d ians lose it all. A different opinion prevails in w e ll-inform e d circles iu the S tates. Business m en th e r e understand perfectly t h a t the A m e rican consum e rs pay m ore for C a n a d ian produce ou account cf th e tariff. In certain states of thu m a rket and upon certain articles, no doubt th e loir is with th e C a n a d ian seller. B u t no one anyw h e re pretends to believe th a t th a t :• alw a y s th e case. C e rtainly it is not tL* ease a t all w ith th e in q io r tan t articles i f lum b e r. B u t did we pay seven m illions a year to t h e American T reasury, we m ight offset it ia part a t luast by th e i r contribi: tions to our treasury — th o u g h wc do ne t believe m u cn in t h a t s tyle of reckoning on , cith e r side. W e could not afford to lie at ncxed—even considering the question from a pecuniary point of view —for the sake of tw ice seven m illions a year. Annexation would impose u p o n us t h e burdensome taxc j of the U n ited S tates, and take from us n« t seven m illions m erely, b u t something likt th ir ty millions h year. O u r share of the income tax alone would be from four to ?iv millions a n n u a lly, while o a r custom taxi s w o u ld l>e treble 1. And, besides, we ahoul i suffer from the unnatural advance in prices w h ich thesu taxes would produce here as i a th e States already oppressed by them . M» D u ncan rejoices th a t small incomes in tb* S tates are n o t tax e d —b u t th e productive in d u s tr y of th e country bears th e harden nevertheless. W e could nut pay th i r t , m illions o r so a year to th e Treasury i t W a shington w ithout suffering, and certain ly the revenue s y s tem of t h e I’nited >t»t- .* is n o t t o p a rticularly eal.-aiated to make such a load bear lig h tly upon our sboul dprr. in sfffhiiHr pfovi* t i n t iW B p u u t^ h The against him! Even the cleverest la t i o n o f th e m c a n n o t m i s l e a d a n y b n t t h e m o s t g r o s s l y ig n o r a n t . F i n a n c i e r s w h o a r e s k i l f u l iu m a k i n g s o m e t h i n g o u t o f n o t h i n g a r e o u t o f d a t e . M r . D u n c a n s h o u l d w r i t e a l e t t e r s h o w i n g t h a t t h e c i v i l w a r c o s t t h u 1 ' n i t e d S t a t e s n o t h i n g . F o r m a n y y e a r s i t h a s b e e n a s s t r t e d , a n d w i t h a p p a r e n t g o o d r e a g o n , t h a t d x - c o r d s p o o l c o t t o n c o u l d b e in a r i u f u * - n i r e d s u c c e s s f u l l y n o w h e r e e x c e p t i n S c o t l a n d . T h e m o i s t a t m o s p h e r e o f t h a t c o u n t r y w a s d e c l a r e d t o b e e s s e n ­ t i a l t o t h e g o a l s p i n n i n g o f t h e S e a I s l a n d c o t t o n . O n e o f t h e t w o P a i d e y f i r m s , w h o e n j o y a h i g h r e p u t a t i o n f o r p o o l c o t t o n , h a s r e c e n t l y e s t a b l i s h e d • a N < * w J e r s e y a l a r g e m a n u f a c t o r y I r h e p u r p o s e o f s u p p l y i n g a s u p e r i o r a r • :c l c o f s e w i n g c o t t o n . S k i l l e d w o r k ­ m e n a n d i m p r o v e d m a c h i n e r y w e r e s e n t u v e r , a n d i t i a a a i d t h a t g o o d s f u l l y • q u * l t o t h e S c o t t i s h s i x - c o r d s p o o l c o t - <n a r e s e n t f r o m t h i s e s t a b l i s h m e n t . 1 ’h e m o i s t u r e o f t h a t c l i m a t e i s a r t i f i - i a l l y p r o d u c e d h y t h e i n t r o d u c t i o n o f i j e t o f s t e a m a m o n g i h e s p i n d l e s , i ' h e s u c c e s s o f t h i - • x p e r i m e n t h a s b e e n *o d e c i d e d t h a t o ' h -r f i r m s , i t i s r e ­ p o r t e d , a r c & b o u . b u i l d i n g m i l l s i n t h e n i t e d S t a t e s , a n ! i n t e n d t r a n s f e r r i n g h e i r c a p i t a l :i . i m a h i n e r y t o t h i s u n t r v . T i i f . B o s t o n / V 'irrtrr ( G e r m a n ) l i a s a g o o d j o k e u p o n t h e < i : i s o r * h i p o f t h e i.r e s s e x e r c i s e d h y t h e R u s s i a n g o v e r n ­ m e n t . C e r t a i n d a n g e r o u s w o r d s I x j i n g i n t e r d i c t e d h y l a w , a l l m a n u s c r i p t ia i r e f u l l y s c r u t i n i z e d b y o n e o f i t s f u n c - • l o n a r i e s b e f o r e i t c a n g o t o t h e p r i n t e r . I’h e l a w is e s p e c i a l l y s t r i c t i n R o l a n d , m d ' s i g n i d e a l l y p r i m i r i m t a m o n g t h e • . r h i d d e n w o r d s a r e “ s l a v e , s l a v e r y , “ A r c .” I n W a r s a w l a t ' l y a c a r e l e s s m t h o r m a k i n g u s e o l t h e f i r m e r i n - • n d i a r y e x p r e s s i o n w a s r e b u k e d b y lie c a r e f u l c e n s o r , a n d t h e c o r r e c t e d i h n i s e s t o o d t h u s : “ T h e u e j r n o f h i s p a s s i o n s ! ” T h e e d i t o r ’s c o m m e n t i s ; “ T h i s f e l l o w ’s n a m e s h o u l d h e G o t t - • s e l l a l l . ” _ _ _ _ _ A n e w m e t h o d o f d r y i n g g r e e n w o o d i n a v e r y s h o r t t i m e , c o n s i s t s i n b o i l i n g i t f o r s o m e h o u r s i n w a t e r to • x t r a c t t h e s o l u b l e s u b s t a n c e s . I t l i e n b o i l e d i n a s o l u t i o n o f b o r a x , b w h i c h t h e i n s o l u b l e a l b u m e n o f t l .■.•.nd is r e n d e r e d s o l u b l e , a n d is r e - . i v • d t h r o u g h t h e p o r e s . T h e w o o i t h e n p l a c e d i n d r y i n g c h a m b e r ,it« d b y s t e a m , a n d a l l o w e d t o r e - ... J n t h r e e d a y s . T h u s t r e a t e d i t is ai l t o h e m o r e c o m p a c t t h a n b y y •1 o n l i n a r y e x p o s u r e , a n d n o t t o b r i n k n o r w a r p . < >n a c c o u n t o f i t s • i c r e a s e d d e n s i t y i t i s e a s i l y p o l i s l u u n i a d a p t e d t o t h u c o n s t r u c t i o n o f I i r n i t u r e a n d m u s i c a l i n s t r u m e n t : r r . n r i . / ; a s h t h i s a s . T o b a c c o h a s c r a z e d a n Io w a m a n . T h e S a - n g e r f e s t c o s t B a l t i m o r e $(3004). - L i v i n g s t o n is a l i v e . < i l m o r e n e t s $ 4 > ,0 0 0 b y h i s ju b i l e e . L o w e l l is a t N a h a n t . —W e h l i w i l l p l a y h e r e n e x t w i n t e r . '- S . p a y s $ 1 5 , 0 0 0 fo r e a c h W e s t P o i n t ♦* 1 ,(HN> p e o p l e , o f w h o m h a s 1 2 u nile i- M ilwaukee c l a i m s ■''.>,008 d r i n k la g e r . W i l m i n g t o n , D e l ., h a s 12 m s o f w h a r f . • <// fto n o f \ a l p a r a i s o is to h a v e a n A m e r i c a n I u • t i t u t e . A m a i d o f T r o y la b e l s h e r p h o t o g r a p h a l b u m “ B o o k o f D i m s . ' ’ — I r r e v e r a n t C o l o r a d o w a g s t e r m b a p t i s m ■ i r r i g a t i o n . ’’ — C h i c a g o h a s a w h i t e h e a r s e , a n d is d e ­ lig h t e d w i t h w h a t i t im a g i u e s a n o v e l t y . — M o r r 's s e y t h i n k s h e h a s a s u r e th i n g ri -Vx>0,000 fr o m t h e N e w Y o r k C e n t r a l — H . i i . a n d R o b e r t E . L e e w e r e in A l e x ­ a n d r i a S u n d a y . - H e p w o r t l i D i x o n p r o p o s e s t o l e c t u r e iu E n g l a n d o n t h o R o c k y M o u n t a i n s . D a v i d M e l v i l l e , o f N e w p o r t , c l a i m s to ■ v e i n t r o d u c e d g a s l i g h t i n t o t h i s c o u n t r y . V S tate constable is nothing if ho does uot do hia d u t y —(Ml k t r ant tini/un. u c d l Courier, — T h u h e i g h t o f f a s h i o n (s i x f e e t o n e in he r b r o n z e d book?) h a s a r r i v e d . — S a r a t o g a <'’o r r e ttjto m len e e . — T h o C z a r s a y s n o g i r l s h a l l b e c o m ­ p e l l e d t o m a r r y a g a i n s t h e r w i l l . 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M a r k T w a i n tt- u s t h e f o l l o w i n g s t o r y re- k i t e d l<v a fe l l u w p a s B e n g e r , w h o , b e i n g u n t e r e d a b o u t h i s t i m i d i t y , s a i d h e h a d n e v e r b e e n s c a r e d s i n c e h e lo a d e d a n o l d Q u e e n A n n e ’s m u s k e t f o r h i s f a t h e r o n c e , •.v h e r e u p o n h e g a v e t h e f o l l o w i n g : \ Y o u sou, t h e o l d m a n w a s t r y i n g to le a r n m e t o s h o o t b l a c k b i r d s a n t i b e a s t s t h a t to r e ?V Sffife .a u s e 1 w a s n ’t b i g e n o u g h t o d o m u c h . M \ z u n w a s a s i n g l e b a r r e l l e d s h o t g u n , a n t i t i n <<•1 m a n c a r r i e d a n o l d Q u e e n A n n e m u * k< t li.it w e i g h e t l a t o n , m a d e a r e p o r t lik e th u n d e r c l a p , a n d k i c k e d lik e a m u l e . T h e >»ld m a n w a n t e d m o to s h o o t t h e o l d m u s k e t -MMiietimeo, b u t 1 w a s a f r a i d . 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H e , t h e r e f <re, p l a c e d a n a g e n t in c h a r g e o f t h e m i l l w h e r e t h e p a p e r i o r th e s e n o t e s w a s be-ing m a d e , a n d a d o p t e d s u c h a s y s t e m o f c h e c k s .s w o u l d p r e v e n t t h e p o s s i b i l i t y a f t h e lu s u e o f a s i n g l e s h e e t m o r e t h a n w m i r o p e r . H e t h e n , a f t e r c o n s u l t a t i o n w i t h ■ h e A m e r i c a n B a n k N<>te C o m p a n y a n d th e • a t i o n a l B a n k N o t e C o m p a n y , d e t e r m i n e d t o d i v i d e t h e c o n t r a c t fo r e n g r a v i n g a n d p r i n t i n g t h e n o t e s , e > t h a t o n e c o m p a n y s h o u l d p e r f o r m o n e p a r t o f t h e w o r k , t h e >th*:r c o m p a n y a n o t i . e r p a r t , a n d t h e g o v ­ e r n m e n t t h e f i n i s h i n g p o r t i o n . 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H o w c o u l d a n y o n e te l l w h a t a m o u n t o f c u r r e n c y w a s is s u e d fro m t h e P r i n t i n g D e p a r t m e n t a t W a s h i n g t o n I t ie w e e k l y s t a t e m e n t s w e r e m a d e a n d p u b ­ lis h e d a l l o v e r t h e c o u n t r y , b u t t h e p u b l i c h a d in r e a l i t y t o r e l y u p o n t h e i n t e g r i t y of ’h u o f f i c i a l s i n c h a r g e o f t h e P r i n t . n g h u - r e a u ; a n d t h e f e e l i n g b e c a m e g e n e r a l t h a t th e r e s h o u l d b e s o m e . a d d i t i o n a l s a f e g u a r d s th r o w n a b o u t t h i s i m p o r t a n t b r a n c h o f t h e T r e a s u r y . T H E A D O P T IO N OK T H K N FAV H E S IO N S . T h e S e c r e t a r y o f t h e T r e a s u r y w a s tli - •e c t e d b y t h e a c t a u t h o r i z i n g t h e n e w is s u e to a d o p t a s v i g n e t t e s f o r t h e f r a c t i o n a l c u r ­ re n c y t h e e f f i g i e s o i 6 u c h p e r s o n s a s h e o i g h t , in h i s j u d g m e n t , d e e m p r o p e r , b u t .vas r e s t r i c t e d t o t h o s e o f p r o m i n e n t |»ur- s o n a g e s w h o w e r e n o t n o w liv i n g , a n d h a d x-i-n c l o s e l y id e n t i f i e d w i t h t h e h i s t o r y o ' h e c o u n t r y . i l ie S e c r e t a r y , a f t e r c o n s u l - .a t i o u w i t h t h e o f f i c e r s o f t h e b a n k not* ,-o in p a n ic s a b o v e m e n t i o n e d , d e c i d e d to i d o p t fo r t h e v i g n e t t e s o f th r - !..\v e r d e n o m ­ i n a t i o n s o f t h e ir a c t i o n a l c u n • n c y t h e e f f i ­ g i e s o f tw o f e m a l e s , a n d fo r t i . e tw o h i g h e r d e n o m i n a t i o n s th o s e o f t w o i..- n T h e r e w a s l i t t l e d i f f i c n l t y in d e t e r m i n i n g w h o im o n g t h e d e c e a s e d p r o m i n e n t m e n in t h i s • o u n t r y s h o u l d b u s e l e c t e d , b u t w h e n it a m e t o t h e s e l e c t i n g th u fe m a l e e f f i g i e s th e •k - e r e t a r y a n d h i s c o u n s e l l o r s w e r e , a s m a y w e ll b e s u p p o s e d , in a q u a n d a r y . A f t e r -.ire f u l c o n s i d e r a t i o n a n d t h e s- i b n i b a i o i i <f t h e v a r i o u s d e s i g n s , i t w a s d e t e r m i n e d • * a d o p t tw o a l l e g o r i c a l e f f ig ie s - o n e fo r ■ h e t e n a n d t h e o t h e r f o r t h e f i f t e e n c e n t s t a m p s . T h e e f f i g y o f W a s h i n g t o n w a s w l o p te il f o r t h e tw e n t y - f i v e c e n t s t a m p a n d h a t o f L i n c o l n fo r t h e f i f t y c e n t s t a m p . T H E W OM A N O F .A M K K IC V A N D I.FBEK ’I l'. W h o e v e r d e s i g n e d t h e a l l e g o r i c a l r e p r e ­ s e n t a t i o n w h i c h is b o r n e u p u t h e te n - c e n t s t a m p d e s e r v e s r e c o g n i t i o n fro m t h e “ w o ­ m a n o f t h e f u t u r e . ” U p o n e x a m i n a t i o n it w i l l l ie s e e n t h a t i t is u n l i k e a n y t h i n g e v e r p r e s e n t e d in t h i s fo r m . T h o fa c e is u o t b e a u t i f u l , n e i t h e r is i t r e p u l s i v e , u n l e s s lirm n e s s in w o m a n is r e p u l s i v e . T h e f e a ­ t u r e s a r c r e g u l a r a n d t h e o u t l i n e is h a n d - o u ie . T h e e y e s a n d t h e fir m - s e t Iip 3 g i v e e x p r e s s i o n t o t h e fa c e a n d iu d i u a t e p r e ­ c i s e l y w h a t t h e a r t i s t i n t e n d e d -firm n i - s s a n d d e c i s i o n o f c h a r a c t e r , w h i c h a r e p u c u l i - tr l y c h a r a c t e r i s t i c o f t h e “ w o m a n o f t h u f u ­ t u r e . ” S h e lic a r s u p o n h e r h e a d t h e c a p o f F r e e d o m , t o in d i c a t e l i b e r t y o f t h o u g h t a n d a c t i o n . S h e w e a r s t h e a r m o r o f M i n e r v a , e m b l e m a t i c a l o f w i s d a m . S h e is c r o w n e d w i t h a w r e a t h , w h i c h is ty p i c a l o f h o n o r . N o m e w r i t e r s w h o h a v e u n d e r t a k e n t o d e - :c r i b e t h i s v i g n e t t e h a v e s a i d t h a t i t r e p ­ r e s e n t e d L i b e r t y , f o r g e t t i u g t h a t t h i s e m ­ b l e m a t i c a l f i g u r e i s n e v e r r e p r e s e n t e d w i t h M i n e r v a ’s a r m o r , n o r w i t l i F r e e d o m ’s c a p . T h e v i g n e t t e u p o n t h e f i f t e e n - c e n t s t a m p r e p r e s e n t s L i b e r t y . T h e fa c e is p l a c i d , a n d t h e f e a t u r e s a r e b e a u t i f u l in t h e i r o u t l i n e m d e x p r e s s i o n . T h o “ B i r d o ’ F r e e d o m ’’ ip o n h e r h e l m e t lo o k s t o b e a l l b i r d a n d e u t h e r s , b u t t h i s m a y b e b e c a u s e lie is ■ d r a g g lin g t o r e g a i n h i s lo s t p e r c h , a n d t h e ru f f l e d a p p e a r a n c e o f h i s p l u m a g e m a y !*e a c c o u n t e d f o r in t h s s a m e w a y . r o s r n o s o f t h e v i g n e t t e s . I t w i l l b e o b s e r v e d t h a t t h e e f f i g i e s u p o n t h e t e n a n d fifte e n c e n t s t a m p s a r c u p o u t h l e f t o f t h e n o t e . I t w a s in t e n d e d t h a t o a e h o u l d l>e u p o n t h e l e f t a m i t h e o t h e r u p o n t h e r i g h t , so t h a t t h e d e n o m i n a t i o n s c o u l d b o m o n - r e a d i l y d i s t i n g u i s h e d . T h i s in t u n tio n w i l l b e c a r r i e d o u t w i t h t h e t w e n t y - l i v « a n d f i f t y c e n t s t a m p s , a n d t h e e f f i g y of W a s h i n g t o n w i l l l»u u p o n t h e l e f t o f t h e f o r m e r a n d t h a t o f L i n c o l n u p o n t h e r i g h t o f th e l a t t e r . i H A K A I T E H OK T I I E W O R K . T h e fa c e s o f t h e t e n s a n d tw e o t y - f i »nd t h e b a c k s o f t h e f i f t e e n s a n d fif t i e s , a r e e n g r a v e d a n d p r i n t e d b y t h e A m e r i c a n R a n k N o t e c o m p a n y . T h e fa c e s o f t h e fif­ te e n s a u d fiftie s , a n d t h e b a c k s o f t h e tc a n d tw e n t y - f i v e s , a r c e n g r a v e d a n d p r i n t e d b y t h e N a t i o n a l B o n k N o t e c o m p a n y . T in r e d r e a l s u p o n t h e fa c e o f t b e f r a c t i o n a l c u r re n c y a r e p r i n t e d b y t h e P r i n t i n g B u r e a u of th e T r e a s u r y D e p a r t m e n t a t W a s h i n g t o n . T h e e n g r a v i n g b y b o t h t h e b a n k n o t e c o m p a n i e s is e x c e e d i n g l y w e l l d o n e , a n d in m a r k e d a u d p l e a s i n g c o n t r a s t w i t h t h e e x e c u - tio n o f t h e o l d f r a c t i o n a l currency is»*’“' , f , \ \ i . a . . u u o u t u u n u u . I n c - s t a m p s w h i c h h a v e t h u s f a r l*een is s u e d d o n o t lo o k i s w e l l a s th o s e w h i c h w i l l s u c c e e d th e m , fo r t h e r e a s o n t h a t t h e y w e r e h u r r i e d l y p r i n t e d a n d t h e im p r e s s i o n is n o t a s b r i g h t , is i t w i l l b e w h e n m o r e ifl**c c a r e is ta k . , w i t h t h e m . F o r i l l u s t r a t i o n : t h e b a c k o ’ h e f i f t e e n - c e n t s t a m p lo o k s p a l e a n d a lm o s t, fu le s s . T h i s p a l e c o l o r is c a u s e d b y th e r e w e t t i n g o f t h o p a p e r in o r d e r t o p r i n t t h e a u e , a n d a n o t h e r r e w e t t i n g t o p r i n t th- 't a m p . I f t h e in k u p o n t h e * k w i r e - o f f e r e d t o d r y p e r f e c t l y l»efore r e w e t t i n g , th e im p r e s s i o n w o u l d b e m u c h c l e a r e r . T h e s e d e f e c t s w i l l b e r e m e d i e d w i t h f u t u r e is s u e s . T H E N E W LEG VI. T E N D E R S a r e s t i l l i n t h e h a n d s o f t h e g o v e r n m e n t e n ­ g r a v e r s , a u d u n t i l t h e y a r e is s u e d n o a c - u r a t e d e s c r i p t i o n c a n b e g i v e n o f th e m . T h e s a m e p r e c a u t i o n s w i l l b e t a k e n w i t h th e m w h i c h a r e o b s e r v e d w i t h t h e f r a c t i o n a l c u r r e n c y t o p r e v e n t t h e p o s s i b i l i t y o f o v e r ­ d u e o r f r a u d . T h e b a c k s a n d t i n t s w i l l b e e n g r a v e d a n d p r i n t e d b y th e b a n k n o t e o m p a n i e a a n d th e fa c e s o f 't h e n o b s b y t h e G o v e r n m e n t P r i n t i n g B u r e a u . T H E W E A R A N D T E A R O l C U R R E N C Y . 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T h i s s t a t e m e n t m a y a p p e a r h i g h l y p r o b - ie m a t i a l o n f i r s t c o n s i d e r a t i o n , b u t u p o n r e f l e c t i o n i t w i l l b e fo u n d q u i t e p r o b a ' -le. O f c o u r s e i t is im p o s s i b l e n o w t o d e t e r : * . i c e h o w m u c h c u r r e n c y a n d le g a l - t e n d e r th e r e is in a c t u a l c i r c u l a t i o n w h i c h is lia b l e t o r e ­ d e m p t i o n . T h i s f a c t c a n n o t b e k n o w n u n t i l a r e s u m p t i o n o f s p e c i e p a y m e n t s c a u s e s a r e t u r n t o t h e T r e a s u r y o f a l l t h e pa*)*rr m o n e y in t h e h a n d s o f t h e p e o p l e . T h - n , a n d n o t b e f o r e , c a n a n e s t i m a t e b e m a d e o f t h e a m o u n t w h i c h h a s b e e n i o s t i n c i r c u l a ­ t i o n , b y d e d u c t i n g t k e a m o u n t re t u r n e d , fro m t h a t w h i c h is k n o w n t o h a v e b e e n i s ­ s u e d . 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I f i t w i r e n o t to t h e d u t y o f w r i t ;n g l e t t e r s , s u i c i d e w o u l d h a v e r e s u l t e d a w e e k a g o . W o m a n , d e a r w o m a n , r a t h e r g e t s f a t o n it. G u t off’ f r o m t h e b a r , t h e b o o t - b l a c k , t h e b a r b e r , t h e lo u n g e in t h e o f f ic e , s h e n e v e r t h e l e s s e x i s t s h e r e w i t h s u m p t u o u s c o m p l a c e n c y . P h y s i c a l l y , s h e is a g r e a t e r m i r a c l e t h a u e v e r a t L o n g B r a n c h . S h e d e f i e s e n n u i a m i t h e w e a t h e r a l i k e . T h e s w e e t , g a n g l i o n i c c r e a t u r e s c o m e o u t i n t h e d a m p , s o u g h i n g s e a - w i n d a t n i g h t w i t h fiia c k la c e o n h e r s h o u l d e r s . W h e n t h e m e n th r o w h e a v y b l a n k e t s o n t h u h o r s e s s h e s t a n d s u p a g a i . i s t t h e c h i l l in illu s i o n . 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New Y o rk.* GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE w..rk-. like m a g ic on old sores, b u m s , scalds, cuts, wounds, brui.scs, s p rains, chapped hands, chilblain-, oic.,A:c. I t is p r o m p t in action, soothes th e pain, takes out. s m iiess, and reduces th e m o s t a n g ry look­ ing sw ellings a n d inflam m a tions; th u s a ffording relief and a com p lete c u re. O n ly 25 c e n ts a box; s e n t b y m ail f o r 35 cents. LET1I W . F O ^ L E 'l t bO N , P roprietors, M WA Fat- N o . 18 T r e m o n t st., Bi>ston. E a t c i i r l o k ’s H a i r I’vk. -T ins splendid H u r D 3 1 is th e best in t h e w o rld ; th e only tru e a p rfect D y e ; iia m iie 'i, reliable, in s ta n t a n e o u s ; no disap- ;<oiniiiK':it; no nd:< n!ous tin t s ; rem e d ies tiie ih < ff.-;ts • f bad d y e s ; invigorates and leaves t h e I iaii .ft and beau tifu l black o r brow n . Sold by ai! D ruggists an d P e rfum e rs, a n d properly applied a' th e W ig F a c tory, 16 B o n d s tr e e t. X. Y dac YV i - h m of W i-dom f<>r Y o u n g Men on th e Hiding Passion in Y’o u th and E a rly M a n h o o d , w ith self heij for th e errin g and u n f o r tu n a te. S e n t in se led 1* t te r env> lopes, free of chance. A d d ress “ H o w ard A ssociation,” Box I*., Philadelphia, Pa. G rant and P iuisprkitv . -B usiness revives under th e new regim e, ( t h e r th a n general causes have how e v e r, given a trem e n d o u s ia.p e tn s to tn e >aie ol CRISTADORO '8 EXCELSIOR H A IR DYE. Tlic c h e m ists have come o u t in tw o leading scien tifle journals again -1 th e leail a n d - u lph r jx-isons f. i th h ad (for t h a t is t h e i r proper designation), w ith which ti.e co u n tr y Ls Infested, a l i i e Dr. Chi to n , the lir»t ttjia li ti -al cht m st in A m c .ica, announces t.* tht w o rld H a t C h ristid o f o ’s I*yc :s u tt e r l y poisonle s and t h a t lie knuw s it t o l>c so, lH.cauee he has ana­ lyzed t. ClIR ISTA D O K O 'f IIA ’ R P R SKRVATIVE, charm as a D ressing, a c ts like dyeing. T y it. th e lla i r aftei dac B randretu ' m P ills . - lations f r o m t h e bowel th e s ' s b ni. All whi to them selves t o lak e a -They rem o v e all bad . c u m u - *, and p u r if y and invi , o r a n h e a lth i t 11 t j>erfcct owa it few doses o f T h e m i c r o s c o p e s h o w s t h u c o l o r c f t b e iia i i iiu o t o a d e p o s i t i *n <•: t h e j . : : m u n t in is s u f i s t a a c u . W h e n tlie h a i r g;.ia< ! s lu - u o m e e n f e e b l e d t l i i s p i g m e n t f i ; 's . O n e a f ­ t e r a n o t h e r t h e h a i r s b e c o m e w h i t e o r fa l l o u t , p r o d u c i n g b a l d n e s s . B a l d n e s s is e a s y to p r e v e n t b u t h a r d to c u r e . A y e r ’s J l a i r V i g o r s t e p s i t ; e v e n r e s t o r e s t h e h a i r s o m e ­ tim e s ; a l w a y s r e s t o r e s i t s c o l o r . I m m e ­ d i a t e r e n o v a t i o n is a t o n c e v i s i b l e ; s e f t n e s s , f r e s h n e s s a n d t h e g l o s s o f y o u t h . T h i s g r e a t o r n a m e n t s h o u l d b e p r e s e r v e d , s i n c e it c a n lie b y A y e r 's l l a i r V i g o r , w h i c h is b - a u t i f u l l y c l e a n a n d tru e fro m a n y t h i n g i n j u r i o u s t o t h e h a i r . — T r i b u n e , S j t r i n j u i l ' . -V. Y . i»a< BRAND B E T H 'S PILLS, b e c a u t b . >ei d s uf decay are co n - ta n t'y eradic&t ><> t h e ir 11 -e, r.n : th e princi; le of 1 fe c o n firm e d , th g!t i;:g a vigor of body an d nifi.d t > a period win we h a w l»ccii u.*ed to sec th e f lu r i n g step ati l th t eufce .led intellect. Guoerai Paez, th e distinguish' d lib e r a to r of V ezuela, nays be has used them a- bis o n ly m edicine for t h i r t y years, w ith th e m o ^ t satisfactory -csults. F o r c o stivcness, d y spepsia, a n d as a Fam ily Medi cine th e y are unrivalled. D&iuel I. Tenney, F - q ., A s tor H o u se, New York cured by B ra'id red th ’s Pills of Dy-pepsia a n d Cos- tivene s, w h en ail o th e r m e a n s u-ed liau failed. A giTltlem a n , whose fath e r died of consum p tG r a t 36 years, was also attack c l w hen abo u t 21 by the ii-ease. H e h a 1 cout<h, n ig h t sw eats, and genera! def ility. D o c tors recom m e n d e d c od ffver oil, b n t he wasted aw ay. A t last h e determ ined to use Bran- d retli's I'ills. In tw o m o n ths t . y m a d e him annum m a n . .lac E ssays F vr Y oi no M en .—On t> e erro is andabu.s< i c n lcn t t o Y o u th 'a n d E a rly M a n h o o d , w ith th e hu :u:>ne v i - w o f tre a t m e n t mud c u r e , s e n t l y nn»il fre of c h a rge. A d d ress HOW ARD ASSOCIATION, Bo: P.. PliiL-ulelohia. Pa. di T u b N a t i o n a l T k t s t Com p a n t, of t h e c*ty of New V’orR, Preadw a y . C a p ital » v * »*1LLU»V Yw .; u.va-T. C. 1 .A 1 m. j ? j tn e S tate. D a rius R. Man gam Prtfaident. Jam e s M e rrill, S e c reta-y. Receives de posits a n d allows F o u r Por C e n t. In terest on ali daily balances, s u b ject t o check a t s ight. Special Deposit* for f-ix m o n th s o r m e r e may be m a d e a t fiv* pe- cent. T h e capital of One m illion D o llars is divide. *m ong over five hundred shareholders, com j r.sin; iiany gei-tl m e n of large w e a lth an 1 financial ex n .r n n c e , who sre aDo personally liable to deposi tors fo r ail obl gations cf t h e Company to doubi. i Mai Tru-it Com p a n y receives deposits in large or rm al am o u n ts , ar.d perm its th e m to be draw n a-, a wi. 1 * ■ •r in ju u t by check a t sight and w ithout Uot.ce, allowing in terest on ail thuiy balanc.-., partie. th r o u g h o u t tb e cour.tr>- can keep account* in thL- In s titu tio n w ith special advantages of secu r ity , coi B rvfaL o . AugUK T h e c n d e r 8 ^ ? n e d a s s e s s o r s of th e rity of L o f t d o wrw»H hereby give n**- ti«e t h a t , in pursuance of th e directions of t h e Cczn m n C o u n c il of -aid c ity , we have m a d e t h e ‘ollow in? assessm e n t rolls f o r ti.e am o u r.U a r d Tmrpo»--> h< re inaft* r m e n tioned, up»<n tiie p r o p e r ty deenw-d Ih... fitted :.y UM _iuipr.Acui.-nu h e r r i o a ft- r specified, a’:«l th a t tb- I A' <-ssment tw i* will rumwiii . 1 th e 1 dc of t h r Br'arei - f . . —-jesors for tL s 1 n n ni tw* I t . lays from date, subject to exam ine*ion review y any ^erwon ur pentons interested t h e r e in , via.. s t r e e t s . For repwirin? th e pavem e n t in Elk str ct both ridtr* of th e h r dm- ac: oss th e C lark and r k io n e r C a n a l.......................... $113 41 F o r g r a d ing a n d pa< m g BaUviv s tr r e t from th e p r e s e n t term ination of th e pave­ m e n t easterly to th e easterly im e of th e Wi liam sville rued ................................ 51.296 40 For r e p a ir ing Spring s tr u t t betw e e n C h -rry and Genesee s t r e e t s .................................... 49 4 < F o r o p e n ing ami w o rking Tennessee street b .tw e n Mackii aw and Sandusky streets ............................................................... 1 0 1 fir For r e p a iring plank m i d iu Pennsy lvania st ect 1* tween Fifth a n l rix t f i streets............................................................... Sr •*> F u r repairing th e n o r th side of Seneca street » tw e e n C h ioig • s ;rcet and a |M*ii»t 2«0 feet w e sterly t b e r e f m m 17 (1 ring t i n southerly side of Ternux* Mect:ani< aud Chari h s tr e e ts............................................................. 574 56 F e r repairing N iagara stree t b e tw e e n A u stin and H a m ilton « trte ta . .............................. 51 90 F u r r e j a i r i n g N iagara street lietw e e n F a r ­ m e r aud A- s iu s tr e e ts. ^ ..................... 52 OS F o r r e p a iring N iagara s treet betw e e n Bird an d f a r m e r street* .................................... 51 fit F o r rcpw r ing Vanda u street le tw r e n S o u th end • tiaw a s tr e e s ....................... 201 M F o r f illing II germ a n street o n th e n o r th e r ­ ly line of Swan s t r e e t . . ........................ 31 2U F o r r e p - tr in g Ci ntoti otrre t fm m ce: t r e • >f M u lligan street t> centre of r lin s t r e e t ...................................................... 152 0( F o r r e p a ir ing pavem e n t in (\hi ago s t r ct at no th end of bridge over Main and l l a m h u r / street C a n a l .................... 161 •' F o r r e |» i r in g p ivem e n t in Chicago street a x u li e n d of • ridge ov«.r Main and I lam b j r g .t s tr e e t C . u a l .............................. 131 2s F o r low e r in g i h e g u t t e r *t th e n o tt h c am e r ­ ly flwm r of H H f a tl a n d B a ta v ia F o r r e ; a iring g u tte r s o n the n o r th side . f N o r th D ivision s t r e e t a c ross liic s o r y s t r e e t .................................................................... 4s F o r r e j a i r in g th e pavem e n t a t b o th ends of th e b r idge a cross th e Clark and . s k in­ ner C a n a l 011 O h io s t r e e t — ..................... £01 6 For r e p a ir ing Spring street from th e north- itreet to a jnflnt .................................. 145 to SIDEWALKS. .-.instructing a stone si.l-w a lk r n th a cast side o f M in street bet -seen th e O F F IC E O F T B E E BL'E W fiB o » T A X * ) B u flalo, A u g u s t 2, DM*. > o u f f a l o g e n e k a l CITY t a x - • » N c t.ce is hereby k iven t h a t I have th ■ d»y re- reiv?d fm m tb e C i t ' C o m .t offer th e G e n e ral City • « \ Rolls to r W.O ; t h a t \ ay iu e u to f th e Taxes th- re­ in q v c tied m a v be m u l - before tb e firet day of J a n i. srv, 1 > 79 , t h a t no addition will t e m a ilt to taxes |Ki:d le f o r e th e first dav o f S e p tetnlw r. h u t tLa* ai addition of o ' e |s-r er.t. on u u p u d U x w.ll ’ • made th o r e to on tliat dav. and a like addition .e r .Ki.t. every tw e n tieth day th e r e a f te r un til sue! Id i t i o u shaM a m o u n t I 1 I Office in tn e c i t y B u ildings, c o m e r oi I’t — — * and 4 a . le streets. Offic- hours from 8 A. M. t*> 4 P. M. The above t a x cam .ot be paid a* th i - < P' c wft«* th e 31st da* of Iiecc-'i'h-r, 1 <i N. B Those liav . ic large bills t o m a k e o c t a-e re ip r i i f u l l j rei|ues*ed t hand in a description of th e ir p r o p e r ty w ithout delay E L IJA H AMBROSE. h2-5t R e c e iver of Taxes. 1 udce street :u r i line of said th e n o r t h e s t r e e t ............................................................... F o r r e p a iring sidew a lk on th e southw e st- c r y side ol T w ilith street betw e en H u d son an I P e n n sylvania s t r e e t s . . . . F u r requiring sidew al . on th e uurthe lvside of South st eet hetw e . n T.iul.-ssee stre. t :i <l a |x»int 49 feet w e sterly th r e i r u m v .................................................. For rejw iring si iewa.k on th e n o r th s ide «f u r r o i l street betvveeu M iciuuan ■ ml g sidewalk on th e s o u th side \f ■I! stree- tetw c c n M ichigui and Chicago s t r e e t s ............................................ F o r r e p a ir ing sidewalk < n east side of N i­ agara stre e t , betw e e n Scajaqnada C reek and H a iniltou stree s .................. rrep u Fi -r r ■pairing sidewalk on we t side of N i­ ag a ra stre e t, betw e e n P a rish and Bird s t r e e t s .................................................. For repairing ■ >1 swalk on eas ag a r a street belw e eu B ird streets ...................... h'or r e j'airing -idew a lk <<n th e «f Ni- mi a u d j \ iiit -249 feet easterly F o r c o n s tr u c ting a sidewalk > tw e e u 1 111 lie s tr e e t ami - feet east r!y therefrom • •r rejKiiring si !• w a lk 011 w c - icry ti.e routli ..reet, Iti- p o t n t 240 street am i ;h r Railroad track . lortli side :i Sm ith C e n tral CROSSWALKS. F<>r c o n s truct ing a crosswalk ac -s II- .ward sire e t , on th e east bide of Ein.-lie c o n s tr u c tit'g a cr » street, oa tin w ii stre t ........................ as I k acr..s.' EnVJie c - .ii't n e t ing a c r *►« ►treet, on th e . -.ut walk acre** n e r l r hide of . Bond H a m i- coi-.'tructm g acre.-''• sir. e t . midway tn a n d Lewis s tr e e ts. a lk across /t111* t wet-ti Io n * r 't coiibtriieti- a II tg g 'in a : 0 - Id n - h '. a i : -t g s t o n e cr. . o c t on th e isswalk 11 -rth < r 'y side of Exchange s t r e e t ............... BKWTCR 8 . For r e p a 'r i ” g and cleaning th e m a in sewer in ‘■im street, lietw eeu Uoodell a n d Ca It m s: r e e t - ............................................ •oiistructinz a 1 lv i-idewalk of x-vver in Bree! jH.iiit 200 feet i’.n t. r s tr e e t, from th e • n ridge street to a m rth of t t e west line C o n - . t i t t ~ n < >n \ \ a t k p . is a c u r t a i n e n r cn r tlia l s e t e s aji-1 a l l d i ^ a s e s o f t h u k:d n * - y a F o r a a i e b y a l l d n u g r i s t a . d a c • F r e s h a s a M a i d e n ' s B l u s h ” I 3 th e p u r e i ^ a o h y C o m p l e x i o n w h i c h fo l l o w s t b e u s e o f H a g a n 's M a g n o l i a B a l m . I t is th e T r u e S e c r e t o f B e a u t y . F a s h i o n a b l e L a ­ d i e s in S o c i e t y u n d e r s t a n d t h i s . T h e M a g n o l i a B a l m c h a n g e s t h e r u s t i c C o u n t r y G i r l i n t o a C i t y B e l l e m o r e r a p i d l y t h a n a n y o t h e r o n e th i n g . R e d n e s s , S u n b u r n , T a u , F r e c k l e s , B l o t c h ­ e s a n d a l l e f f e c t s o f t h e S u m m e r S u n d i s a p ­ p e a r w h e r e i t is u s e d , a n d a g e n i a l , c u l t i ­ v a t e d , f r e s h e x p r e s s i o n is o b t a i n e d w h i c h r i v a l s t h e B l o o m o f Y o u t h . B e a u t y ia p o s ­ s i b l e to a l l w h o w i l l i n v e s t 75 c e n t s a t a n y r e s p e c t a b l e s t o r e a n d i n s i s t o n g . t t i c g t h e M a g n o l i a B a lm . U s e n o t h i n g b e t L y o n ’s K a t h a i r o n to D r e s s t h e H a i r . M W F J a c H o o f l a n d ’s O e p .m a x M e d i c i n e s — W h i c h L e a r t h e e n d o r s e m e : t o f t h e ju d g e o f th e S u p r e m e ( ’o u r t o f P e n n s y l v a n i a , h a v e a n ­ o t h e r w i t n e s s t o t h e i r c f f i c a . y in t h e p e r - o n o f H i a H o n o r t h e m a y o r o f o u r c i t y . M • t o r ’s O . f t c e , 1 T P t f a l c , J u n e 22J, 1-60. i I h a v e u s e d H o o f l a n d ’s G e r m a n B i t t e r s t p d T o n i c , in n*y f a m i l y , d a r i n g Vue p a s t sd J cgb * rec-'Hssieoc thr a' ^ t « rs.ei- I s n t t» 9 6 *u, tPlh* *l»d t e t|» r D ctchxr ’ s D ead Shot f o r Bad Buga. D u tcber’a L ightning F ly K il'er. dac 8 Id hv D r u g / i d s fveryw licre. I mportant N o n e * .—F a rm e rs, fam ilies and other can j»ur< base no rem e d y i q u d to Dr. T o h ix.’ YES ETIAN L I . 1MKST for th e c u re of cholera, di rrhfea, dys-r.tery, c r uj>, c. lie, ar.d s e a ricknes*, tak e n in ternallv—(it b per- iectly harn.!c&<; f t e oath accom p a n y ing each b tt!.- •n d externally f g r C h rcnic R h e o m a tnan, H c .dache, Tm ithache. Sore T h r - a t , C u ts , Burr.*, SwePingii, Hrnlsea, M squito Bites, «<id Kores, Pains in Lim><9 Back a d Chest. The V e n e tian L iniaicut wss intro -iu.-ed in 1847, a n d no one w ho Iiaa used it b u t con, t imes to do so, m in y statin g , if it was lun doilArs a bo ttle t h e y would n o t b t w .t b o u t it. Thousandv of certific*U s can be (eets a t t h e i-epot, e p takiug of it* w o n d e rful cu r a tiv e properties. Price, F if ty Cent* and iJne D.-Ua'. .v l d by th e drag g i- ts aud .-tore- r.-e; e n th r o u g h o u t th e U n ited Stales. D e p o t 10 P a rk Place, N. Y . dac For c in s tructing a sew r •1 M ichigan ' t r et fro m th n re o l UK s tr e e t t-. th e nouth line of Perry s t r e e t ........................ SBWBRS AN RKCEIVKRS. fc'.>r renairi! _■ sower a - n . - iver at th e nort e.i-t c m * r ol W a h m g ton and Ohio s tr e e ts ............. F o r re|Miiriiig >* wt-r a n d receiver at tiie southeast c r m r ol W ashington and 4)h;o h tr e e ts ............. For c o n s tr u c ting a sew er and r e c e iver a t th e no r thw e s t c o n i t r of C h e r.y and Peach s t r e e ts ........... F-.rco: striv t in g a > -ver m l receiver a* tiie northw e s t c o r n e r of V\ a t .<n a n d Wil- L a m st.ee s ............. For r e p a iring s e w e r and recciver at ’he northeast c o r n e r o f T u p |i e r and E u u s t r e e t . ........................ K..r r e q u iring rew. r an. receiver a t th e rnci f (h j o d f l l a n d M ichigan s t r e e t s . . . F..r r e | airing w e r and eotiver at n o r i h - E gle and E ! lie* .tt F o r r e p a i r i n g sew e r and receiver on Ll); s’re-tt mi-lway tetw e e n H a y w ard an d A l a b a m a stre e t s .. . F o r con s tru c tin g sew e r and receiver at .sout -west c o r n e r W i l i i a t m n d E m s li e streets ............................................................. r rejm ring sew e r and receiver at th e n o rth w e s t c o r n e r Ex.-hange and C h i­ cago s t r e e t s .................................................. o u s tr u c tm g a sew e r and receiver with jm <-iit e a s t iron stench tr» p a t th e s o u t i i w s t corner of C a rlton and Peach s tr e e ts................................................ t:or.structing n ewer and re n o rth e a s t o r n c r of D e a r.w m Parish stre e ts..................................... a t t hi­ nd F o r rei*»iring the r a n d r e c e iver at tli- •r of Fyc.iniore and in s tr.-ets........................ .. ......................... trc c t in g s. w e r am i receiver a t t h e u th w st c o r n e r of F 1- -m and •ring stre e t s .............................................. oithe -t c o m e r \f G e n t •\7, r e p d r n g , Scfiool >1 i.sc ret-, in Scho\! ,207. 00 l . f c ( . 4 L X O T I f ’ E S . t^ U P R E M E CO URT — COUN T Y OF iO KGr.e.—The Li if l j a a -. ing* B a n k , piainuff. sgai i.-t Freili r . k M. f r a t t ai.d Eliza jb . P - a tt , L ib - a e , : . u * i a W. G o d fred and C a n n u r a G o d frey, ! is ml* To th e ab o r e nareied d e fendants. Y .u a re hereuysuium.>nfca to ar.ower i h e complain'. A \ , a -.ve uim e -i w h ich was filed in th a -ffice of he Clerk of t h e county of E rie on t* e i7th day of June, IsC.t, and to serve a copy of y o u r a n -w e r on the 'a b v r i b e r a t his office, c c m e r oi M .ip m d C o u rt •treets, Hwflalo, N. Y ., w ithin tw e n ty days after tbe service n f thi* s u m rcona. e x clusive ol tb e da,y of s e r ­ vice, or tb e plaintiff w in apply to tb e C c q r t fc-r tha :. t i -jeosnCLd :n sa;.! co c j.lain t. \ H HAfv*}* i . A * tef-.rr. f( *•«-• u i d 1 ?. i«re* U C l LVKKTS. r constru c tin g culvert a . n - . Hou k aveim e about 34*0 f e e t t i - t <>f Delaw a -e s t r e e t ............................................. : r co n s t.u c tio g a w. od m v r t aenw- • im p e street, on th e Q o rtherl . -. ic >f 4 .'herry s t r e e t ........................ ........ ............... * —.i»uui- m g a wood cu lv e r t i cross Peach street, on tl^- n rthc. ly side of C h e n y s t . e e t ............................... ................ JlBILER WATER, r th e use an 1 re n t of w a t- r in Ia n ’s in th e Pa ish Tract, ;ind :-.r th e ox’eud- i g of s rvi e p i p i of th e J u h i ’ee W a ter W o rks from A n d \ r -t th r ugh Blos-om street and th e V !. t u • K a<l to a p i t in t h a t re- <i W ) fee* n rth of Bird street, - n d o ther WELLS. .•\r-t:-i<-:i:ig a w#!! at :h e corner Breckenriilge a n d De W itt '*.• 1 • th e purpose «,f furni-h and p ainta n ng tfie and appurtenances the 1 i-trict No. 2 ............... For th e purpose of furnishing, repairing and m a intaining th e School H- use and a\puricii»ace« th e reto in fcthool D istrict No. 10 ......................................... For t h e purpose • f r e p a ir ing a n d m a intain ing t i e Pch '1 H u - , and a p p u r t e n ­ ance* t h e r e t o in Seh ol Di>tn*-t N >. ................................................................... I, 0 i ;-.sie of furnishing, re la.riiig i i i m a intaining th e Sc n o d B o .sc •I ajq.u-teuance- th e r e to in h e b o -1 •istricv N o . 13 ...................................... F o r th e pnrj and m and Kpp D i - tr k t > o 5 ................................................. 2,005 0>) F o r th e pi-.rjfis: fu r n ishing, repairing and :..aintainfi»g t • - ho I H* u e and ap, urteuan*-.- :: »• hoot D istrict S • - ' ..................................................................... ' F o r th e purpose of fu m i - h i r g , r-:f■airing a i d m a intalniiig ih e nciuss H j-ise and appurte ju.tx-s in Sch-ad Di-tr- t No- 3 .................................................... 1,505 CO F 'T th e purpose of fu rnishing, re ja.r and nm ‘ntaini g th e Scho A ii and a< p u r teuauces th e r e to iu ix h ' D istrict No. 1C ................................................... 2,0*5 09 F o r th e purpene of fum iahing, rtf-vi ing and BHuntaining th e Scbo I il< u ••«. and apj u r t. rui: -vs th e r e to in S th ol 1 istricts No*. 14 a n d 36 ............................. 7,1)06 ( 0 JO H N McMAWUs GREG -RY RITT, RIC H D C. K iN N E Y , Aese-tor*. corner of F r a n k lin ami th e pu 2,005 00 1,04 se of fnm ishi int . i ’.ing th e ■ O F F IC E O F T H E R E C E IV E R O F TAX E S , \ Buffalo, Aug. 2, 1800. I T O T I C E I S H E R E B Y G I V E N T H A I V 0’ A ] ro ller th* toff o w ing Local A •ce-m e ttt Roils, which a:i ':*• p a id at u.v office in th e City Bidhlings, c o n ic ■i F ranklin and Ea_'e streeta, a t any tim e wi*hin -i> mon hs, th a ; m id rolls will be a u g m e n ted by t b e ad dition of one p t r cent, th e r e to for ever;, ni- n t h Ui. -ame rem a in unpaid. Roil No 8232—C o n s tructing .-id, ■ I a fo :?'■ t-r!v -id-. < f Fair'e street, te : n th e .southerly lim- and the m iuthcr \ cur > line of Ni i g u a street. 6233—-C o n structing fide w alk s o u t ’-erlv Bide of T e n th stre t, betw e e n 'h e c u - b i g a d th e side • a l l on t h e easterly » d e of V irginia s treet 6234—Don t r u c t r g sidewalk on north* r iy side. T e n th •» re e t, tetw cu th e c u rbing ami ihe side walk on w e ster y side of V irginia s treet. 6235—O u s t ucti g s d e w a lk ><■ i th e r ly s.de o f Tei t. treet b e tu c c n th e cu-hing aud sidewalk > ves erly* side cf Virgim * s t r o’ 6236 -Constru tin g sidewalk un e . s t c ' v si ie of Obi* stre t. betw e e n o h io Ikutn Swing b rid jo am Souti. street. 0237- - F- r re|>a YVillia sidewalk l th e \ith -ide l k c a l l a n m r k r s b e l a e r arrBRET e x - TENSION.—Tha r e p o r t o f t h a Commlaaionere •ppolnted by th e S u p e rior C o u rt at Buflalo to arcer- u a n and r e p o rt th e J u rt com pen a t ion to b e jaM to to t Person < r persons <>wni s or having a n in terest in th e land ami jwoperty necrssaav to be tak e n to lay • •ut aud exienu Van Itensseiaer s tr e e t, from th e south- . kle Elk th e n o r therly curb line •t A b b o tt Katuf i, on a line w ith said Van IlensaeDe >ir— . run! 'f th e same w idth. h a r in g te-en returned uunon Council a»ul filed w ith th e CleTk. v ■ • • ;s hereby given th a t said ret- r t will te- con m ’is! > t ie Common Counrii of thi* ritv ,.f Buffi^o •G ‘AJv A u g u s t 9, lad#, pi-le*. ..bjectioiw to ih. ix... tion thcre-.f shall te f - r e th a t tim e lv Id. .1 tn e Cl»y- Clerk. G E O R G E 9. W ARDW E L L , City < U rk. D a ted B u ffalo, J u ly 24.1869. T S S E u o T S U P R E M E COURT, ERIE COUNTY. O rvin P. R a m '-lei I and A n n a O. R a ieeden. his w ife, a u d Jo h n C. Cliff rd audiM ivia M. Ci ff -rel. his wife, **rainst W .lliam II- llinw o o d , Eliza M artin ami ill o t h e r persons u n - u o w n having o r claim ing any interest in th e prem ises h e r e in a f ter described. To th e defendants; You are hereby sum m o n e d to anaw e r th e com ­ plaint iu th i s a c tio n , a m i s e r v a copy o f y o u r answei on ua a t o u r office in tb e c ity of Buffalo, w itliin tw e n ty days a fter tb e service hereof exclusive of the day of .such service, a n d if you fall to an s w e r th e c m p lauit as a fore aid, th e plaintiff will a p p iy t o t h e C o u rt f r tb e relief deniam lou in th e -aid com p laint; which com p laint will l e filed In th e office of th< '!• rk - f tl.. C. u n ty of Erie. T b e pr. m referred t o an* kn-'w n as p a r t of block n u tn 'ier live in tlie city uf Uuffal\ in s . <1 County \f E r e , a u d sre r.strip > f laml fifty f r e t in w d ’li, unnlng fr . m R-vk to All. g a n y «trec4, t h e northw e s terly line of w h 'c h is one li'indre and seventy feet southeae’erly from H o spital s i r e t .b a i u g tiie pr.m ises ioruier!y ..wnrel by J o b II>»]li:iwood. B u f f E v .V R 'G E R 6 , P laintiff'> A ttorney, D ated H iffalo Ju n e 3U. IWW 3 lie said cotnpl&inl » a - fib d in th e offlee of th e C lerk of t h e re*, r ty \f E rie, in tb e c t y of Buff !' N . Y , g : t b e 3d day o f J lv , 1801*. il BriW h N & lvOG**'RS. K laii't'fTs A ttorney. * p H E MOST SUCCESSFUL \ i LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OK TIIK n O K U ', TIIK NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP’Y o r TUB TOUTED STATES OF AMERICA, C h a rtm e d by Hpecia A c t of Congress. H O O T S A M I S I I O I . S Strevt, U t . ti ll Etnslie and M'.utl Kor rep tu r 'n g sidewalk • u th e - n th - G reen st.ee t, te tw t x n AVasLington a;..! streets. 62l0—-Kor rejiairing sldewulk on th e cxs side <1 o a k street betw e en Vine aLev and B atavia s treets 6241—F o r rej'airing sidiw a lk on th e n< r t h side ■ F u lto n -ir* .t , lR * t\...n East M a rket s r e d and th e New York C e n tral ltailioad t r a k. 52!-_* F o r cooktructing sidew alk on th e w .st side > N o rth W ashington stre e t , h*tw e e n a jM. nt il.. fre t n o r th f F e rry street and a point 217 f r e t n o rth e r ly tln r e lr o m . i 243 —F o r repairing sidewalk o th e east side of Fm - lie a ro. t , betw e en Eagle and N o rth 1 ivision streets. 6244—F o r r e p a irin g 'idew a lk o n t h e * a s t -ide .f E m -' lie stre e t , b e tw e tn Seneca and N o rili Caual t treats. ..245— ‘ o r icfMdling sidewalk -n th e ea-t side j<v Kmslie street, letw e e n N o rth Division and N o r th Swan streets, itructing BARSADiS !N B O O T S A N D S H O E S of > , u ud 11 6 4' J s treets, f o r const r u 1 t i n g sid Tw. 1 tli s l r e i t , betw and a p in t 21 )J feet 2 I S - F . t constructing si.! S tan to n B trret, bctw o sit e ets. 249 — F o r re p a r i n g sidewalk on th e w e st side H a ruhurah street betw e e n P e rry s t r e e t w th e S tate Line H a ilroadcros ing. 250—For r e p a ir ing sidewalk i n th e v ewalk o n t h e e*si side ecu C o n n e c ticut stre in rtherly then-troiu. .-walk on t h r w. st -ide c n W illiam and llow a th e r »t e e t s . al e lietw een Batav ia and W i l i in 251 -F o r repairing sidewalk Al that a str e c t, betw e e n Seneca and Car­ roll streeta. 252- F o r c »n s t r u t tin g cre-'-'wa1': a r e \ H a m b u r.-h street oil t lit so u th s d e <>I P e rry street, 253— F - r constn •ting er MMwalk across S tanton street ou th ■ south •de of Lovejoy s tr e e t 251 F o r c tr.stm tin g a ere m s - s l k across South Di vision street on th e ett'i side of t m s ’ie . street 255—F o r c« n - tr u c in ? cror w a'.. ae*-.ss N‘-r;.h Sw.-.n street ort th e cast s.de ..f Em slie s tre. t. 256 - F o r . •nstrui t in g cro swalk acrotw W il' • n S treet 011 th e southerly w de o f C o u rt stre-1. 257— F o r e tnatru tin g cr- . stree; 011 th - n.-rth ide o f C h u ton stre. t. 253— F r r c onstruc t . i q t-'osswaik a. r --s H a m b u rgh street on th e n o r th s d e o f F u lton vtreet. 259 -F o r ci nstrtic iug cr..- walk across R e d J a c k e t street OI1 Sl lth s de of F u l on Ktr et. ng cr. ide of Coi i F o u r th an - F o r con-truot G torgia s tr e e ts on n o r th F -r co n s tr u c t ng ere ssw a lk across JI • i i r e - t o n e a ster-y si le of Jcffyr-ou s i n F<>r constru c tin g crosswalk acrrss bum m e r street ou t».e vrest side of M.iir» street. For c o n s tructing crossw a lk acrossN rth on th e west side of E l licctt street. “ o r o u st net ngcre. «•» alk ..I tdiii nr* e t. F . i r.m-wal’; .m E. A ■ly .• ul ■. 6266 — F. r repairing t h e ere-: vi ion street on t a u - 0267— l’.*r r .i ia i n n g Pearl stre eily line of T e rtaoe i 6263—F o r re; a i ing CGrncIi w -s’crl v lire** \i Sm; erly line of th e Buffalo track. 6269 For r e p a iring sew e r in Illinois s f-vlo R iver to a poini&O feet i a b o u t 19 —F o r c o n st is tw e e u th e «■' 'om m -rcial ,t re< tre e t , b e t* e « u m e t and the s.. >aoli iug to n Kai i str. e F o r r;d o r n e r nd receiver a t tl 6275- 8 2 7 6 - F F iai.k l streets. F o r con s tr u c tin g arw e r i jU lict.ou of L o u iiia a and O' io streets. rejiairi- g -ew e r ai d receiver at th e north n r n . r o ! M ar land and F ifth s treeta. pairing <•.• ra n d receiver «»n U ienorih e. rn e r of D e law are am i V irginia streets .pairing -ew e ram i re e v e r a t th e north- Loruer of Marine.- am i V .rgin a street 6278— F o r repa i r ing sc w er a n d r e e e iv ir a : th e n r i h i a cur ier I v ir g ii.it street <nd th e alley tn tw e e n P .rk and N o r th W idlam a reet-. 6279—For rep.ii iug -c ver a n d r.-'-eiv. r a t th e n , r th e a c r.ier . f Madison and t Im tou s reet* 62s')— F o r r e j a i r i i g > w e r a n d receiver a t th e roufl west corner of C linton a n l H ickory street 6^81 F a r r i • I vt t h e i rtl ea t • r of J e f f t r - . u and 8 eu ca s tr . • 62S2 !• •. r r e p i iiiig x - •'< r a-.'I i-e r a t t'i\ nor I we-t lo im r o f W illiam and JeiTer-on street * 2 S ' F o r re p i Map< .2-4 w.-r and re c ti' ■ 1 •rejreir • g wes* c> r m r of B a lav ii ai. i w ■ weaiA-oruer of Lvniotia. d Chcrr,. 62S6— F o r tak n ig uo an-l raising g\ • stie e t on ih e southeriy i street. —For tvklng up ai southerly side ol lin street - F o r rtp a i r i n g c u at Den i C retk track 6290—F o r rep . Rchre l D .strict No 6292 F o r '.in s tr u c t:' g i s >u*hwen c-.rncr street*. 2S93— F o r g r a d ing and [ SPECIA L - AL! O F SLIG H T L Y SOILED AT C R E A T L Y R E D U C E D PRICES. Mens' $4 sewed O x fords f >r F2 50. A -en* s - c alf aewod t»x‘or s f o r >■'. 50. M. s' ,.il gw«i O x fords for #3 00. B ‘.vs'*!4 sew.'d Congre ss fur 8*2 50. Liwli'« s l .*-0 s e rxc congress Bouts for |1. I ;.di»s 50 ser.-c C o iurava Boo'* f o r ( i 50. Ijv d e -*4 « rg n O n g r e a b Boots f o r J2 50. Latin s 84 serve side lace g aiter* f*>r *2 50. Lad e s «4 serge b u tton boots fo r 92. Tlies.*, and m a n y o th e r go ds equally low . a re jwrfect in t v ery r e q iect, at..! only all. f.tl v soile<l by han ding. We a r c cl sing th e m ou* a t a g r e a t loss. C A L I . A N D S E E . J ^ N V I C T T ' S POPULAR SHOE STORE. 4116 MAIN STREET, (A m e rican Block.) O H t O I M T I O . V W . \ S . to THOMAS BRIGGS, No. 5 Genesee a t., GeneHae H o u se Block. PORTRAIT, P B .T l'R E AND LOOKING GLASS FlvAUKS MADE TO ORDER. A variety of Fram e s andC h r - 'iu o s constantly hand. H o use a n d Sign P a inting in th e haw raent. Order- !. it it th e Stun- J . I L H O W E L L . PIIACT1CAL G1LI KR AND FRAM E M AKER. N o . 13 South Divisi.-u S treet. INirtrail ar»J J'irturr Frmu* O F ALL KINDB MADE TO ORDER. An assortm e n t of Fram s, Engravings, C h runn •, etc., a lw a v s \ii hand. i have also on exhibition ih e new an.i iM a u 'u iil ' up ex M irro s f o r La<!.<- ' Drcv-ing Rooms, Mil n en.. Dress M akers nnu Tailors’ M o res to r w h ich 1 am ready t o r e -eive o r d e r s . Call a n d see. N. B. -Bai t i u U r a t i c n t \ ii |vud to cleaning and v a n . sliiog Oil 1 a intings. - r . R . H o w a I I . Cash Capital.. < ? 1 , 0 0 0 .( 10 0 , BRANCH O F F IC E , P H I L A D E L P H IA . O F F I C E R S . C L A R E N C E U. CLARK. Ph.laJ.4pV u . Pro-*.hut. JA Y CO O K K, I'lli.a . Ip ia, • u:ruu»;i Fill n < * 1 \ H E NRY D. OOORK, Wa him- EM E R SON W. P E L T , * I i.o.:. FRANCIS O SM ITH , M. Di recto r. Thia C< m -any iraued, in the o f tEs e x is teui e, ce P m .. Se«-re i f.ret 1EN M \ N : I I S 5,3<tj P O l . l C I K ! •3 1 5 4 2 , 8 0 0 . T h is Com p a n y offer* t o its Policy llohh r PERFE4 T S U C U B U I V by ita Cash p a id un C a p ital . f One MiB'on D o llars, amf g u a r a n tees to t h e ineurcd, y Its L O W R A T E S O F P R E M I U M . I.ACKE RIMDLXrS IS Alii ASCL O r a Reversionary Di Idend \ f 100 j n r cen t, by IH RETURN l’HEMIUM I’l.AN. GENERAL A G E N T S : JAY COOKE * CO., N A g e n ts l r New Y\ . 216 Broad wn v, k ami ........ : •II VIM, X KW P A P E R H A N G IN G S !, NKW IIKC0B \TI0NS. 81 LAS A W H ITE, Buffalo, ' p H E KITFAU* F1KK AM) M AKINK IN S U U A N t. il C O M P A N Y . F m i e r l r the MUTU AL INSURANCE COMPANY O F BUFFALO. CHARTERED IN 1843. ASSETS JA N U A R Y l,'t'.9 ................... $ 1 6 7 .1 * 4 0 7 7 Sec. 8. S. Jaw e w . i t . Pr.- Ident. Wm. 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I \ INSURANCE .COMPANY. 10 Sain Sirwl mm ) j iVolral Wwrf CA P ITA L A ND S U R P L U S ............... oV > *’ . . Securely inv«,uxi in O o v w r m o t l . - Solicits FI BE AND LAKE IN8* KANXK. DIRECTORS. W illiam G. Farg.., 4. * rge W. '1 Tl A. Reynolds, Kt -.i.\ti (J. Auat J a n i e s Hraylev, i t i c h i r 1 Bn' van Kuft*' L. H o w a r d , 8 S * t ■ -1 - - - J a m e s N. M atthews, <. • 4). P. K-viU'.l-11, L. K P!| opt : \ . I t a n i u m , C . J . H am . Fiscal P. P i a t t , 8 ti 4 .rn* I1, ■ , Jam r tl 11-10 Jo h n A llen, Ir., M. ti. 1 n 0 , Jam . - H S rn.'h, F B 11. v r y M i run* J ..... '• P3-.-r J F e rris, A d n a n R. H o t, T l . --tiq.v. II li W M . O . FA iU P • A REYN- iLDS, \ - . P. IENRV T . SM ITH, Sc- *. 1). LACY, Assistant v e r - tarv. WM J . K IN O , J r . , P r O. PFR R Y , Vice Frch’t and S u p 't. Ident J H t , tir.t* AND NiAlilNo I N S U I I A N C M . /ETNA IXSURAXf i; CO., H u r t ..I Ll Allen i ing Park Hteeet, bet' id V irginia - t r eta. EL IJA H AMBROSE, Receiver o f Tax- D ated Buffalo, Aug. 2, 1869. 12 N 'O T I C E O F I N T E N T I O N . — N G is hereby given th a t t h e Com m o n C< ■he city of Buffalo ir tend to \rd e r th e f-. Jew c ribed worx« in sa id city , viz.: N o r t h P e a r l -t e -t / r a .e d *<> t- ft,I* w i d t h . : *utt-n> \ i ^ n ‘ d a n d c a r r i t . e a a y I rn ic d * •■. i c»t aid e , n«l 1\ cur ing i i 1 t *e»n th - t- r b 'in*- o f V i r g i n i a - t - r e t a m i t h e - .u li cu »f A lleii s t et. The L*.up ii .'.tri t 7 h r Larnp fid ! • . :L- ri t n rt.x Tne Lamp u 'tree*., fr m t lam p -tiitrict t .s ,.re ' Bl. d , te t . \tl ol t ■ ie p r e - n t r, r h - r y otunla o f t ) sjiu street to Penn- ivanta \ r e e t . GEORGE S. W ARDW E L L , City ‘ lerk , J u l MB g n . i a t N ’O T IC E O F IN T E N T IO N . — NOTICF is hereby given t h a t th e C-.mmon intend t*> order tiie M h .ain g s.kv* Office in th e City BuiLi; Eag.e s t r u t * . Office h .ors from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. JSA A C HOLLOWAY, D e a ler in ILIUM >M> Df-KPOIT U IK M I, FLA G G IN G , - -B E I N G , PLATFORM S P o o r and W indow Capa U d sii'a . Steps* F t - cv .- tru .-ted four fe* of ch u r c h street, I. ? o f G eneaee - t r an on s treet. con-tructed fo u r fe liu r c h street, t^-w < « .—n stree: and th terrace «tr**et. (o t e '\ .n s t r m - . d - le of Chure.b street, T rrv > rnuj. feet f N .rth tbe city of ITa works in «i*l c ity, A flagging »*oii •vide, on th e m ,r her.y -i i tw een th e south*r'y -. \irh tiie ue.ite ,y < u r b line Ja< i A flagging sb.ne id u i: wide on v.- i:or:-.er>y . 1. e easterly cu r b lin e or J est rlv cu r b Hue «•» th A fl g g j.Jg sto r e 1 w feet w id-, on th e n*-r:ip*'; th e e « - e r l v c ,rh 'tre e t a d th e w e r e !y .-u >, street. A flagging -tone -idewalk o n s t n i c t e d cigh wide, on th e northerly - d e of « rjure-L .'tree.:, te th e easterly • u rb line Indaw a re stn.-et un i the w H tavfj • u h Has ,f P tao U h ) • t A four foot flagging - t .nc sidew a lk «-or.s*ructe<l tne southw e st ride of Nin h «tr«-t. h t a - w n IJ . s t . a u d Penn-y \a n i a - t r e e t- . t o U- b i d in n o t n r. th z a tw o c o u rses < n th e grade of th e s i r et. Aflagging * ue (»ix fectcIo>e) c rossw a lk c o n strm -t • *1 on S'oithexsler!-. «i lc Gciic-e -treet fr n: r i . i'nc of M o rgan street to a: d u . e .nm .-t with •*. cro a s w .I . acroia ta g l e »irc - 1 -.n soi:tlKa>ter>'. - 5 (k n e e c e stre-it. The lam p d i- tr ict e x ten d e d in Liu -v » d arcn u e , te- tw c en B ryant a n d B a rker -i e t«. A b r i s e v e r Is in c h e s in diam e ter in th e dear w ith w a lls i in ' he.-i thi<'.•*in«*r-.i*-*- d in th e le w a ik o n th e w o u t h w c 'te r ly sifie of J.'iag a rx s t r e e t , f r o m t.i* se w e r i a th e «x:iit r e o f J - r e e t to a j- ' 1 ” '* fe e t n o r t h e r l y fr-.m the i, rth e r l y h:\- ■ f J e r - stre e t . A cem e n t tile ^ w e r 15 bwJiea .i diam e te r, in tte re n t e r of C o rnelia -ireet, Ir-nn the H y d ra . • Canal to a point about 300 feet i.ortheartcrly theretrom . A 1 -Inch tike sewer, w ith boose ommeetions every 30 f*ei. in t t e cen tre of TK.lrteenth .*rr**, < « n m e tc- lrqr a t th e a ewer in Peurwylvanla street.and extending 1 vithix. ICO ieet southeasterly from N o rth s treet. Znu.d RhflsLa. J a i r U , 1 S » C r u Kg f, \ rt A ? I n, c i t y w«#fk* j 4TEAJ4 E N G IN E S , BO ILERS, STEAM PU M P S , MI N IN O PUM P S , STKAJf F f RK E N G IN E 1 Prr.pei er W>i. ■ v Iron ; Llrwai C a s tings, Wr.»u. i t Iron W o rk-. A c ., ft H A R T F O R D , M V , : v A T H K H A 1 I ,S . A ! I, AURA NGEM EN TS POST OF- . BUFFA L O . 51 at 6. Ivr*. IlcrcafU r until fiirfh< r notice, th e M a il-a t this office will te: .dosed a s lollown, viz: li'ata* ia, i k r i i i - t t r , Syracuse, Utica, Troy and O :- *’• go, a t C 20 a m ., a n d 5.25 p. m. Can.-indaii'ua, A u b u rn and G* n c v a , d s i l r at 1.55 n. 71 . and 7 3*. p. in. New York, d a ily ,at 1.S0 p . m 5 25 pin. a m i 7 .30p. m ):ie Mai . 11 Su , d - ng a t 12 30 p m. Alhany, Schc-tioetady a n d j: • n, at 5.25 p. m . ami L39ji. in. '•n fn inlay oil V o n - M i ! m* n t * a«tw . r d , v ia th<- m ml It. ft., a. pp!; ing all he offi. ev e x -ept the r . ■ 1 way • ‘.’1-e-, cio 1 g at 12 3 p. in. t l ■•«**« M ails m a d e u:. . 1 , > in. lay clow* xt 12.30 Incorporated l-.!9. C . a U r r Perj»etual. P»<1 u p C a p i t a l .........................................t 3,0te),'00 L J. HKNDKK, nt. A8HET8 Ja n u a r y 1, l w69, a l rn a r . . t v Uasti un hand and in I a n k ....................... < . 7 »U:a! e v tate .................................................... .. , 4 L’n iv s l Staten, Htxi* ar.-l ri\*.v :•. <.* ... . o th e r P iih.ic bacur'ti'-w .. ...................... 2 , 1 --- '■■■■'. 00 T o tal- • • • .............................................. 1 ■ . 1 ; 1 C alm I n >t d u e ■»] unad ju z ted ............... Lam** |<aid in 50 y e a r s ........................ ........ 24,o r . , u HOM E IN S U R A N C E CO ., N E W UA VK , C lV'N FIR E , B A T O V S A H I O l S IL . Cash C a p ita. ............................................. }1,00T ,000 W anbingtuu a t 1.3 ITiiJa !• I p h .a.o.d tJ arid T.’.A p. ni. itim o rc '\ily at 1.30 p.; and all •laces tetw c e i routes via tl. b.ffu!. : -.'! N. w V. rk C e n tral It. Jt. Postal R o c h e s ter and Syracuse, • i l l conn 'Jar-, a t 7.30 | Wav Mad beta road, at 7.K.\ p. m. Way Mail betw e e n Tonaw anda am i Batavia, a t 1.10 p. m. Hay Marl betw e e n N iagara Fall; and R* 19.20 a. m. Way Mail betw een Buffai- at 6.10 a . ui. heater, a t J C o m ing, via A v o n , A frica a n d H o rnellsville, a t 6 .1 0 d thro u g h P e n n ­ in e , east, Mail b e ta a. in. Mad via N o rthern C e n tral Kailre 1 v ania a t 6 19 a. m. '■'a; M an, E. .< R a ilw a y , from lfornel! 40and 7JO p m . t r o n H o rueilsviiic, w c -t, 7 .3 j j . ; v ia D u n k ir k , 7.39 f . ni BiDn* of Ea tern M u !, 5 25 p. m ., 7.39 p. m . .“ p r :igvilte, .lady -ex- * p t 8 .i.day*.), at l.::0 p. m. liana- , an V. M Lii.gP.i. R a i road an -i » o r k - . . i r e , d>': t*:x - “ '. ,i d a - “>. a* 0 40 a. m. ' a : - i l a i i . (, i..-»pt “ -m Uysj, a t I.* ) p. rn. Kte-t Ilaruhnrg, G!enwo*aI. 4 o lden. Griffin's MiIL- U>d i t e l i -11s, *tady (except K in ay»). a t 1.3' p. rn E n e , C!»-\i-ia-id, doled , ri'ht*-ago, C h i :■ ■; » n . St. ■>*, and M ::waukee at 11.15 a. rr. and 7.30 p. in. < m land t o C » |.p.m ia, a t 11.15 a. m. Bala:,re oi he W estern Ma:l a t 7 p. m. Way Mail betw e e n Buffalo and Toledo, O., a t 7.30 p. m. A W e stern Mail i- m sde up on S'm d a y , H o sing s t ; t p. m. I Lockpo-t Mai , daily (exceptSundays), a t 2.50 p.m . I and 7.30 p. m . . , . , Buffalo ft Lake H u ron Kailroad, daily texcejrtS u n - j days) a t 7.30 p. m. T T o n t o , C. W ., H a m ilto n (. at 10.20 *. iu. a n d 5 i ‘. ni. D e troit, dikly (exec-pt Sundays), a t 10.20 a . m and 25 p . m . Lewiston at . .4*1 a. m. N.agwra Falls an-l . “ u-jcr*-.- b Bridge a t 7.49 a. in. and 5 25 p. m. A !*»• nd mail is m ade up on S a turday for BL\ k Rock, Tonawauda ai.d N o rth B-.ffa c.oslng at 5 25 H O P E IN S U R A N C E CO . Cash C apita! a n d S u r p lu s ___ PR O V ID E N C E , K. f. ...................... *164,275 50 R O G E R W I L L I A M S IN l 'H A N C E COMPANY PRO V ID E .'* K, R. L Cash C a p ital ai.-l SurpI .* ................................... *2^-’ ,2’ - rl i i P. LKHfK, A g e n t, Buffa-o, .*. V. Policies tetie d a t fair rat*** a n d loss':* pr-nr.; ■ ‘ ■ Ju-Vrl arid tend a t t n u otfioe. Office .f.tn a 4*-;.dings, up sta.ra, c v r u e r P tn .- - s-d Lloyd streets. -ETNA L I F E INSURANCE OOMTANY, H A R T F O R D , OGNN. A c c u m u lated C a p ital...........................................*19,-r AnnusJ in c o m e ......................................................... - , - I'.rp lu * a-'x.vt- LiahB ities.............................. . 2 , - - ‘ 9 ALL PO L IC IES STRICTLY NOV FO K F K lf 1 » * The a ttauU - r of th e public is •-,! • ■; 1 •> t,\. \ . - Ing a i.d u;ipara.’tele<i «uoct--v of t ‘ .- * - . -« 1 vppi.cati'T - are re«r e * : l f - ■ —*<-> by I- -OK ft N VK. G# i..-'»l A n 1 ' I V l ' H I N v A M K B M K R C H A N T S ’ U N I O N KXPR ESS COMPAN'Y, NOS. 7, tf, II AND 13 W. SENECA S T ., BUFFALO, CAPITA! .......................................................... $ lh.04X ),04J0 Forw a rd w ith t h e greatest Speed mod Safety C0I.V, BANK NOTES, JEWELRY A n d o t h e r r a 'u a h l e Wercha/)-:-;* a*.d Po- > W R R and Mon- An<1 DRAFTS t u l ACCOUNTS ' ' “e*it with goods, a n d ex* c u te all o th e r C - m m V < o m n e c ted w ith t t e Ezpr- - la - i M w . a t t!,< , r. ■•pal bloc*-* oetwe-en t t e city of NEW Y \ R K ar- ! • • W E S T E R N , N ‘RTII and SOUTH W r > ! *4 *<1 A f E S at;d CANADAS. <onnecting w ith • r r ■ p.b-iW e Express G .m iani** GOODS, C O IN , BANK NOTES, JEW E L R Y AND VALUABLES. j .fc - w - I' -rALCAR ARaa.voKKrvTR. K-.-'al Car* >re e»- o! 'L»ed *.n thv F r i- Ital •*'» and N* w > ..rk C ntral and H m ' -011 R iver K aBm ads to New Yoik Ci , a n d .11 th e Lake Sh<.r«_- Uo- road Ut T 'J u d o , - hio. L e t­ ter* c a u t e mailed or. tb e c n. for a ll poiut.. E a t and e*t *.n t h e line of these roads u p t e ff 4*t a. m . on th e E n e Railway; 0 86 a. tn ou th e la k e Shore R a ilroad, i l p. m . and 4.40 a tr. on th e N e w Y o rk C e n tral Ra'lxoad. Tbe Post*,ffi**e o pens at 7 34 a. m and . loasagt 7.*0 m. • .....i m » • b. k / r,ca tw k S . M . A L B A N Y F R E I G H T V I * ERIE RAILWAY. Th* Erie Railway is n w taV. g f r- g h t t o X i b t a f at SMte 'kt-.- i« */*■ •i:a.Q‘d_-- •* •' f* V fk Ceo* (ew • D LA • m VTC. L,

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