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W e h a v e r e a s o n , therefore, to believe th a t b e y o n d *ne eoast range of mountains in A l a s k a we shall find an extessioe of the ric h and habitable valley lands of Oregon, Washington Territory and British Colum­ b i a . ” N E W S FRO M S I R JO H N F R A N K L I N . 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T h e r e is n o im p r o b a b i l i t y in i t —y e t th e th o u g h t of th i a g h o s t ly in e s c e r g e r , h a d i n g u s , in th e vo ice o f th u lo s t a n d p e r ish e d c r e w , o u t o f t h e d a r k n e s s of th e d r e a d m y s t e r y o f tw e n t y y e a r s , is so t h r i l l i n g a n d a o s t r a n g e t h a t i t c a n n o t see m tru e . I f , in d e e d , th e v e r i t y of i t bo p r o v e d , w h a t • v e n t of so w e ir d a n d to u c h i n g a n u i t e r i s t h a s t h e c e n t u r y k n o w ? fe w o t h e r s ^ n o u i i ^ l v t l t t M f t r a b f i t ttW d o o U * f A ih e tv s t o f %lie m o n e y a a e t a a t t y w ilj b e * u b s c q jked i n sea s o n to o p e n t h e e s t a b ­ lish m e n t b e f o r e W i n t e r . A s i m i l a r s c h e m e is on fo o t i n M e d f o r d , a n d re p o r t e d to be m o r e su c c e s s f u l t h a n th e C a m b r i d g e p l a n U R . S E W A R D I N A I. A S K A . O n th e 1 2 th o f A u g u s t , M r. S e w a r d w a s p u b l i c l y re c e i v e d b y th e c i t i z e n s o f S i t k a , A l a s k a , a n d m a d e t h e i n au e l a b o r a t e sp e e c h u p o n th e o c c a s io n , t h e re p o r t of w h i c h , n o w a t h a n d , id i n t e r e s t i n g a s t h e e x p r e s ­ s i o n ! o f M r. (S e w a r d ’s o p in io n , a f t e r p e r ­ s o n a l e x a m in a t io n , c o n c e r n i n g th e v a l u e of t h e te r r i t o r i a l p u r c h a s e w h i c h he m a d e for u s . T h a t h e fo u n d h i s id e a s of th e co u n t r y a t l e a s t f u l l y re a l i z e d , a n d t h a t h i s v i s i t t o A l a s k a h a s c o n t i n u e d h i m i n s a t i s f a c t io n W ith t h e b a r g a i n b y w h i h i t w a a a< q u i r e d for t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , a r e p l a i n from th e to n e o f h i s sp e e c h a n d fro m th e a d m i r i n g o b s e r v a t i o n s w h i c h i t d e t a il s . H e say s , in d e e d , t h a t h e h a s b u t l o o k e d in t o th o v a s t reg io n tra n s f e r r e d to u s b y R u s s i a — c o n c e r n i n g th e e x t e n t of w h i c h h e m a k e s th e s u r p r isin g s t a t e m e n t t h a t , w h i l e th e e n t i r e co a s t lin e o f t h e U n i t e d .S tates, e x c l u s i v e o f A l a s k a is 1 0 ,(KK) m iles, th e co a s t l i n e of A l a s k a alone, in c l u d i n g th e isla n d s , is 2(>,000 m i le s ; j e t h e h a s seen m u c h a n d g a t h e r e d m u c h th a t is i n d i c a t i v e of ita c h a r a c t e r , its re s o u r c e s a n d its p o s s ib ilities. S p e a k i n g firs t of th e c l i m a t e , M r. S e w ­ a r d a l l u d e s to th e s t r a n g e id e a g e n e r a l l y asBim . ;d h y p e o p le, ia th e case of A l a s k a , th a t a c o u n t r y w h i c h e x t e n d s th r o u g h fifty - e i g h t d e g r e e s of lo n g i tu d e , a n d em b r a c e s p o r t i o n s as w e ll of th e A r c t ic a s of th e T e m p e r a t e Z o n e , u n l i k e a i l o t h e r re g io n s so s i t u a t e d , h a s n o t s e v e r a l c li m a t e s , b u t o n l y o n e , w h ich o n e c l i m a t e is sev e rely c r i t i c i z e d fo r b e i n g to o w e t a n d co ld . T o t h i s ho a n s w e r s t h a t “ it m u s t be a fa - t i d “ io u s p e r s o n w h o co m p l a i n s of c l i m a t e s in “ w h i c h , w h i i e t h e eag le d e l i g h t s to so a r , “ th e h u m m in g b i r d d o e s n o t d i s d a i n t o “ flu t t e r . H e add-.: “ I sh a l l sp e a k o n l y o f th e p a r t i c u l a r cli m a t e h e r o w h i c h 1 k n o w . M y v i s i t her* h a p p e n s t o fa il w i t h i n th e m o fith of A u g u s t N o t o n ly h a v e t h o sk i e s boon su fficien tly b r i g h t a n d se r e n e to g iv e n . e a p e n c o t v iew , u n d e r t h e s i x t i e t h p a r a l l e l , of th e to t a l ec lip s e - o f th e su n a n d of th e ev e n in g sta i a t t h e tin 9 of tlic s u n 's o b s t r u c t i o n , b u t I h a v e a’so e n j o y e d m o re c l e a r tb a u th o r . hav*- b e e n c l o u d y d a y s , a u d in th e eaH y m o rn in g * a n d in th e la t e ev e n in g s p e c u liar t o th e seaso n . I h a v e l o s t m y s e lf in a d m i r a tio n of sk i e s ad o r n e d w i t h s a p p h i r e an d g o ld as ric h l y as t h o s e w h ich a r e reflec ed b y th e M e d i t e r r a n e a n . O f ail th e m o o n ­ lig h t s in th e w o r ld , co m m e n d m u t o tho*e w h i c h lig h t u p th e A r c h i p e l a g o o f th e N o r t h P a c ific O c e a n . F o g s h a v e so m e tim e s d e t a i n e d Die l o n g e r on th e H u d s o n a n d on L o n g Is l a n d S o u n d th a n now o n th e w a te r s o f t h e N o r t h P a c ific. In sa y i n g th i s I do n o t m e a n t o .say t h a t ra i n a n d fog are un- f r e q a e n t h e r e . “ T h e t h e r m o m e t e r t e l l s th o w h o le c a s e w h e n i t re p o r t s t i i a t t h e .S u m m e r is cooler a n d th e W i n t e r i:t w a r m e r in A l a s k a t h a n i a N e w Y o r k a n d W a s h in g t o n . I t re s u l t s fro m th e n a t u r e of su c h a c l i m a t e t h a t t h e e a r t h p r e f e r s t o s u p p o r t th e fir, th e sp r u c e , t h e p i n e , th e h e m l o c k , a n d o t h e r ev e r- ? re e n s , r a t h e r t h a n d e c i d u o u s t r e e s , a n d to u r n i s h g r a s s e s a n d e s c u le n t ro o t s , ra t h e r t h a n to e ce r e a l s of d r i e d a n d h u t t o r c l i ­ m a t e s . ” H a v in g m i n g le d fre e l y w i t h th e m u l t i f a ­ r i o u s p o p u l a t i o n , n a t i v e s a n d s e t t l e r s , M r. S e w a r d o b s e r v e s t l i a t l i e h a s se e n o n l y p e r ­ s o n s en j o y i n g ro b u s t a n d e x c e l l e n t h e a l th . “ M a p h o o d o f e v e r y ra c e a n d co n d itio n “ e v e r y w h e r e e x h i b i t s a c t i v i t y a n d en e r g y , “ w h i l e i n f a n c y see m s e x e m p t f r o m d isease “ a n d ag e re li e v e d fro m p a i n . ” O f th e riv e r s , sea s a n d fisheries of A l a s k a h e say's : “ T h e riv e r s a r e o ro a d . s h a l l o w a n d r a p id , w h i l e t h e sea s a r e d e e p b u t tra n q u i l . A ir S u m n e r , i n h i s e l a b o r a t e a n d m a g u ificen t o r a ti o n , a l t h o u g h h e sp o k e o n l y fro m h i s t o ­ ric a l ac c o u n t s , k a s n o t e x a g g e r a t e d — n o m a n c a n e x a g g e r a t e —th e m a n n o trea s u r e * o f th e T e r r i t o r y . Bt s id e s t h e w h a le , w h ich e v e r y w h e r e a u d a t all tim e s i s seen e n j o y ­ in g h i s ro b u s t ex e rcise, a n d th e se a o t t e r , t h e fu r seal, h a i r seal a n d th e w a lr u s , fo u n d i n th e w a t e r s w h ich em b o s o m th e w e n tern is l a n d s — t h o s e w a te r s , as w e ll as th e E a s t ­ e r n A r c h ip e lag o , a r e fo u n d te e m i n g w i t h salm o n , cod a n d o t h e r fishes a d a p t e d t o t h e s u p p o r t of h u m a n a u d an i m a l life. In d e e d , w h a t 1 h a v e seen h e r e h a s alm o s t m a d e tne • c o n v e r t t o t h e th e o r y of som e n a t u r a l i s t s t h a t t h e w a t e r s o f th e g lo b e a r e tilled w i t b s t o r e s fo r th e s u s t e n a n c e of a n i m a l life s u r p a s s i n g t h e a v a i la b l e p r o d u c ti o n s of th e l a n d . ” H e d e s c r i b e s t h e b o u n d l e s s f o r e s t s a n d in ­ e x h a u s t i b l e t i m b e r r e s o u r c e s o f th e co u n try i - g l o w i n g te r m s of s u r p r is e a n d a d m i r a tio n . T h e p i n e , t h o c e d a r , t h e cy p r e s s , t h o s p r u c e , t h e fir, t h e la r c h a n d th e h e m lo c k , g r o w iu g to th o i r g r a n d e s t d i m e n s io n s , a r e d o p i c t e J o s c o v e r i n g t h e p l a i n s a n d t h e sid e s of th e m o u n t a i n s a l m o s t to th e i r su m m i t s , b e g i n n i n g n e a r l y a t th o w a t e r ’s ed g e a n d o n c e r n in g t h e m i n e r a l re s o u r c e s o f A h ' k a , M r. S e w u r d h a s m u c h t o te l l t h a t is i m p u r a n t a n d in t e r e s t i n g . H e say s : “ A l a s k a b a a b e e n a s y e t b u t i m p e r f e c t l y ex p l o r e d . B u t en o u g h is k n o w n t o a s s u r e us t i n t i t p o s s e s s e s t r e a s u r e s of w h a t a r e c a lled th e b a s e r o res e q u a l t o th o s e o f a n y o t h e r rev'-'-n o f t h e c o n t i n e n t . W e h a v e C o p p e r I • lan d a n d C o p p e r R iv e r , so n a m e d as th e p l a c e w h e r e th e n a t i v e s , b e f o re th e p e r io d of t h e R u s s ia n d isco v e r y , h a d p r o c u r e d t h e m e t a l fr«.m w h ich tb ? y fab ricatd H in e t r u - i..« n t s of w a r ar.d leg e n d a r y sh i e l d s . I n r e ­ g a r d t o ro n , t h o q u e s t i o n te e m s t o b e n o t v. h e r e i t cxu b e fo u n d , b u t w h e th e r t h e r e is a n y p lace w h e r e i t d o e s n o t e x i s t . D r . D a - \,<UoD, of t h e C o a s t S u r v e y , i n v i t e d m e to g>. u p t o h im a t t h o s t a t i o n h e h a d t a k e n u p t i c C h il c a t r i v e r , t o m a k e h i s o b s e r v a t i o n s o f ti. i.clipse, w r i t i n g m e t h a t h e h a d d isco v - < iv«I s n i r o n m o u n t a i n t h e r e . W h e n 1 c a m e th i ie I fo u n d t h a t v e r y p i o p c r l y b e h a d b s e n s t u d y i n g th e i i a » c n s so b u s i ly t) • ' h e h a d 1 t cu r s o r i ly ex a m in e d th o e a r t h u n d e r 1 fe e t ; t h a t i t w a s n o t a sin g le i r o n m o n n - t d n tlia t lie h a s d i s c o v e r e d , b u t a ra n g e of hi d s, t b e v e r y d u s t o f w h i c h a d h e r e s t o th e m a g n e t, w h ile t h e ra n g e its e l f , 20 0 0 fe e t h i g h , e x t e n d s alo n g t h e riv e r t h i r t y m iles. L im e s to n e a n d m a r b l e c r o p c u t on t h e b a n k o; I u e s a m e l i v e r a n d in m a n y o t h e r places. 1 b e d s , access a b l e t o n a v i g a t i o n , a r e nl on K o o tzn o o . J t i s aaid , h o w e v e r , t.-ai. t h e c o n c e n t r a t e d ro s i n w h i c h th e m i n ­ e r a l c o n t a in s re n d e r s i t to o in f l a m m a b l e to !.♦* lived b y ste a m e r s . In a n y ca s e i t w o u ld i c a l c u l a t e d to s u p p l y fu e l r t q u i s i t e fo r th - M a n u f a c t u r e o f iro n . W h a t seem s to Ui e x c e l l e n t c a u n e l coal i s also f o u n d in t h e I’rin o e of W a l e s A r c h i p e l a g o . T h e i e a r e si-o m in e s a t C o o k ’s I n l e t . 1‘la c e r Rnd g n l q u a r t z m i n in g ia p u r s u e ! u n d e r m < n y so- i c l d i s a d v a n t a g e s u p o n th e S ti c k e e n r i d e. •* w h e re, w i t h a d e g r e e o f su c c e s s w h i i h , u l iile i t d o c s n o t w a r r a n t u s in assig n in g a s u p e r i o r i t y in t h a t re s p e c t t • t h e T e r r i t o r y , d v.-i n e v e r t h e l e s s w a r r a n t u s in re g a r d i n g i/ >1 m in in g as au e s t a b l i s h e d a n d re li a b le 1 .U T C e ” > u c h is A l a s k a as s« e a b y t h e ey e s of t h e s’ a t e s i n a n w ho co n c i e v e d a n d ac c o m p lish e d i t i p u r c h a s e . 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N o t j so o u a c c o u n t of t h e m a t e r i a l v a lu e of T h e New York Herald contemptuously dismisses Pendleton** recent «peech with thc true remark that, aa far aa it goes, it I s a re p r o d u c ti o n o f the D e m o c r a tic C h i ­ cag o p l a t f o r m o f 1 8 6 4 . , w h i c h la i d o u t M c C lellan a n d Pendleton, and tha plat­ fo r m o f 18G8, w h i c h k i l le d off S e y n * n r a u d B l a i r * I t a d d s : “ T h e O h io oon te s t is re a l l y b e t w e e n G r a n t a n d h i s policy , h a c k e d b y th e R e p u b l i c a n p a r t y o f th e N o r t h , a n d b y b o t h p a r t i e s in th e S o u t h , o n t h e o u e sid e , a n d P e n d l e t o n fo r 1S72, o n t h e D e m o c r a tic p l a t f o r m of 1868, on t h c o t h e r s id e . U p - h il l w o r k this fo r P e n d l e t o n in O h io in 18G9. II .i .w i t a t a g l a n c e a n d r e t i r e d . ” BUFFALO EXPRESS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, lt*». 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N o r d o I d o u b t t h a t it w ill bo fo r e v e r t*ue i i l t s R e p u b lican in s t i n c t s a n d lo y a l t o i-he A m r o a n U n io n , fo r t h e in h a b i t a n t s w i l l Lo L o th m o u n t a i n e e r s an d sea f a r in g m e n . b i . th e tra i n av as co m in g . H e b e g a n to tu r n th c b r i d g e , s o aa t o close th e d r a w b e f o re its a r r i v a l . A l t h i s jin im e u b h e saw h i s li t t l e son, w h o w a s o n l y te n y e a r s o ld , a n d w h o w a s n o t f i r fro m h im , fa ll fro ia th e b r i d g e in t o th c riv e r b j l o w . T h e a g o n iz e d fa t h e r l o o k ­ e d d o w n th e tra c k . H e saw t h e tr a i n co m ­ in g s w i f t l y to w a r d th e b r i d g e , a u d k n e w t h a t to d o bis u t m o s t t h e r e w a s b a r e l y t i m e to close th<; d r a w , l u th e w a t e r b e lo w h i m h i s b o y w a s s t r u g g l i n g fo r life. 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T h e R e p u b l i c a n C o u n ty C o m m i t t e e are n o w b o l d i n g re g u l a r w e e k l y m e e ti n g s , e v e r y W e d n e s d a y e v e n i n g , a t t h e i r ro o m s in th e A r c a d e , fo r c o n s u l t a t i o n a n d fo r p r e p a r a ­ tio n b e f o r e e n t e r i n g u p o n th e o rg a n ized w o r k of t h e F a l l ca m p a i g n . T h e r o o m s are o iw n t o a l l , a n d th o s e w h o fe e l a n intAre*at in t h e a p p r o a c h i n g c a n v a s s , w h i c h i s lo c a lly a u im p o r t a n t o n e , a r e g e n e r a l l y in v i t e d to bo p r e s e n t . T h e t i m e i s n e a r a t h a n d w l i e a t h e s e c ­ tion a u d n o m i n a t i o n o f c a n d i d a t e s fo r th e n u m e r o u s c o u n t y a u d c i t y offices t o be lill - e I t h i s i a l l m u c t be s e t t l e d . 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O h , m y , w h a t n e c k s . ” — Cin. Com. —We a l w a y s d i d ad m i r e th e m o d e r a t io n w i t h w h i c h romantic stories of sudden and unexpected inheritance a r e related. Here, for instanoe, is the Albany A rgu* telling c f a young milliner in Washington county, named Mias Grey, who has fallen heir to $17,000,000, left h s r by a young English­ man w h o becama enamored of h e r while traveling in this country. The temptation w h ich the Aryu* resisted in not exaggerat­ ing its statem ent of tha fortune of Mias Gray to S170.000.000or I L 769,000,000 must have been enormous. A nd yet newspaper writers are constantly accused of a lax devotion to truth. Lnca% who aocoaded Batty aa liao- timcr a t the Hippodrome, h as been slain by h it beast*. Armed ooly w ith a whip, he entered a cage wherein were four lions. 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A m o n g th e m a s s e s g o t o u t re ­ cen tly v ere a g r e a t b io k o f ro s e co lo red o r i e n t a l a l a b a s t e r , a n o t h e r o f p a v o n a z e tt o , sev e r a l of g i a l l o an t i c o , a u d fifteen pieces *f A f rican m a r b l e , o f w h i c h only' tw o h a d h i t h e r t o b e e n k n o w n in R o m e . T h i r t e c i i pieces of th e p recio u s inurrba*. w h ich th c a n c i e n t R o m a n s p r ize d above a-l o t h e r ato n e s , h a v e also b e e n d i s ­ co v e r e d ’. l i i s H o lin e s s is v e r y g e n e ro u s w i t h hi:: t r e a s u r e s . H e h a s d e v o t e d som e • »f tlicnj- to th e re s t o r a t i o n o f A g r i p p a s F a o t h e p n , a n d to th e e s t a b l i s h m e n t ot tw e n tyw > n e c h u r c h e s in R o m e ; b u t h e h a s d»o s* y t v a l u a b le m a r b l e s to v a r io u s c h u r c h e s in E u r o p e , a n d h a s pro m ised A r c h b i s h o p M a n n i n g a u ass o r t are u t o f th e tno t p r e c io u s k i u u s fo r t h e R o m a n C a th o lic C a t h e d r a l i u L o n d o n . W e d o u b t n o t t h a t liis H o i n e s s w ill b e e q u a l ly g racio u s to A r c h b p h o p M c C lo s k e y . a u d t h a t w e sn a i l n e a r t h . i t t o t h a t p r c i a t e h a s been g iv e n som e ol th e s e t r e a s u r e s fo r t h e e n r ic h m e n t »f t h e m a g n if ice n t c a t h e d r a l w h ich is now m a k in g su c h slow p ro g r e s s t o co m p l e t i o n on F i f t h A v e n u e . F O R E I G N G O S S I P . 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F r o m t i e s t a t e m e n t s l a t e l y m a d e a t E n g lish a g r ic u l ­ tu r a l s t c e t i e s , i t a p p e a r s t h a t th e d isease, q iff r u i n i n g i t s co u r s e , is o f a m o s t v i r u l e n t to r m , a o I t h a t . t h a s a l r e a d y ca u s e d a l a r g e in c r e a s e i n th e p r i c e of m e a t. I t a t t a c k s th e fo o t a n d m o u t h , a n d p ro d u c e * g r e a t m o r t a l i t y I t is l>elieved t h a t th e d isease w a s i n t r o d u c e d in t o E n g l a n d b y A u s t r i a u a n d G e r m a n c a t t l e , a n d a l t h o u g h h u n d r e d s o f infci t e d b e a s t s a r e l o w s l a u g h t e r d d a i l y b v th e w a te r aide, v e t t h e ep id e m ic a p p e a r s to be ra p id l y sp r e a d i n g . T h e to w n of C a s t i ll o n - s u r - D o r d o g n e , in F ran c o , h a a j u » t beer, t h e t h e a t r e o f a t e r ­ rib l e d i a m a . 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T h o a c t u r i a l a u d ex a m in in g b u s in e s s m u s t i u ea c h case b e a c t u a l l y p e r ­ fo r m e d b y th e o fficers of th c co m p a n y a n d ac c e p te d b y th e S t a t e officers . o n fa it h \ t i l l , th i s is d o u -tless sa f e r th a n an y o t h e r p l a n , a n d a l l life in s u r a n c e c o m Ha n i e s o u * h t to b e co m p e lled to co n f o rm to it, w h e r e a s , i n fa c t , i t is co m p u Bury upon n- n e a n y w h e r e , an d in N e w Y o r k , w h e r e th e p iv e lig e is offered to co m p a n ies ot d o i.ig b u s iu e s s i u th i s w a y , co m p a r a tiv e ly fe v e m b r a c e it. 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I t h a d sto o d am o n g t h h i g h e s t in E n g lan d i t h a d liv e d th r o u g h ' •* e n ty y e a r s of t h a t p e r o d w h e n in E u g 1 n n l i t i a d b e e u supp- scU, as h a s tx e n su p p o s e d i n th i s c o u n t r y , t h a t life in s u ran c e co m p a n ie s c a n n o t laiL I t h a d liv e d on th r o u g h te n y e a r s m o r e o f th e te s t p e r io t u ii* n th e a v e r a g e d e a t h ra t e c o r r e s p o n d s t o th e r a t e of in s u r a n c e , — a p e r io d w h i c h b u t tw o o r t h r e e A m e r ic a n c u n p a n ie s h a v e y e t e n t re d u p o n . A n d a t t h e e n d of th i s p e ­ rio d i t su c c u m lied . .\Such fa c t s d o n o t ere a t e a p a n ic . T h e y sim p l y in s t r u c t th e p u b l i c , a a d p u t in t e l l i g e n t m e n u p o n in- ‘l u l r y - , , T H E D E T R O I T R I V E R T U N N E L P R O G R E S S O F T I I E E N G I N E E R S ’ S U R V E Y fF r o m ih e D e 'r o i t F » e c P r e s s . | I t w i l l be r e m e m b e r e d t h t t th e s u b j e c t o f a r a i l r o a d tu n n e l u n d e r D e tro it R iv e r , as ra il r o a d co n n e c tio n b e t w e e n t h c E i s t a u * th e W e s t a t t h i s p o i n f , o c c u p ied m u c h t i m e avid d iscu s s io n d u r i n g t h e s e s s io n of t h e L e g ­ is l a t u r e l a s t W i n t e r , a n d t h a t t h e final d e ­ cisio n a r r i v e d a t o \ ' t h e C o lons w a s t h a t t h e p r o j e c t w a s n o t o u l y fe a s ib le, b u t t h a t th e tu n n e l w a s a n e c e s s i t y , a n d t h e w o r k o f co n ­ s t r u c t i o n sh o u ld b e i u p a r t b o r n e by tlie re s, e c t iv e g o v e r n m e n t s w h i c h i t w o u l d b e t t e r co n n e c t , w h ile th i s S t a t e s h o u l d al--*o cou- tr . b n t • v. h t v e r a su b s e q u e n t b x i y m i g h t d-.em ju s t an d p r o p e r . la h a s lieen k n o w n t o som e of o u r c i t i z e n s , m o r e esp e c i a l l y th o s e i n t e r o s t e d i u ra il r o a d s , ih . i t t h c s u b j e c t w a s u o t allo w e d t o re m a i n a s u b j e c t on p i p e r o n l y a f t e r th e a d j *urn u i c u t of t h e L e g i s l a t u r e , b u t t h a t en g i n e e r s Lave Ijeeeu f o r a l o n g t i m e busy' i n so u n d in g v a r io u s l i n e s a c r o s s th e riv e r to t e s t th e co m p o s itio n o f t h e b o t t o m , on w h i c h h a n g - th -j w h o l e q u e s t i o n . T h u s fa r , so m e seven d i f f e r e n t liu e s h a v e bet-n r u n acro s s , an d s t i l l th e m e n are te s t i n g fu r t h e r . I t h a s b e e n fo u n d , on r e a r l y e v e r y lin e , t h a t a good b e d o f cla y e x i s t s u n d e r th e d e p o s i t , a n d t h e o p i n i o n is t h a t a t u n n e l is ouly a q u e s t i o n o f ex p e n s e . T h e d i s t a n c e acro s s , ou t h e b e s t l i n e s , d o e s n o t v a r y fa r from th r e e th o u s a n d fe e t , a n d th c d e p t h of w a te r is fro m th i r t y ' t o s i x ty feet. O n e w h o h a s e v e r p e r u s e d a d e s c r i p t iv e a t i d e oi su c h a a w o r k c i n easily see th e la b o r w h i c h w i l l b e in v o l v e d iu ih e co n ­ st r u c ti o n of su c h a t u n n e l as th c ra ilro a d co n n e v tio n a t t h id p o i n t d e m a u d s . I t m u s t u->t Ix: less t h a n e i g h t fe e t w id e , a n d if, as ta l k e d o f, a s i d e w a lk be aiso c o n s t r u c t ? \ al iur t h e sid e , th r e e o r f o u r f e e t m o re w ill e a I d e d t o th e w i d t h . A s f a i t as t h c earfcu is r e m o v e d a r c h m a s o n r y w i i l be p u t u p a n d o u t s id e of t h a t w ill be sev e r a l co a ts of w a t e r ce m e n t . T h c h e i g h t c a n n o t be m u c h less t h a n fifteen fe e t u n l e s s a loco m o tiv e sh a l l b e c o n s t r u c t e d fo r esp e c ial w o r k in tra u s f e rin g coaches am i c a r s . A q u e s tio n th a t p r o b a b l y in t e r e s t s th e en g in e e r* a - fu lly , a n d p r o p e r t y h o l d e r s m o re th a n all else, is w h e r e th e A m e r ic a n e n t r a n c e to th e t u n n e l w ill b e lo c a te d . 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T h a t t h e tu n n e l w ill b e co m m e n c e d an d co m p lete d is a q u e s t i o n o f tb e p a s t , am i o n e t h a t allo w s of n o d o u b t . N o estim at*- o f th e e x p e n s e h a s y e t b e e u m a d e , b u t it w ill re a c h in t o th e m i ll i o n s of d o llars. D n c c c o n s t r u c t e d , a n d t h e E a s t a n d W e s t are co n n e c t e d a t t h i s p o i n t , a l m o s t houre so o n e r , a n d i n a w a y t h a t w i l l h a v e no such o b s t r u c t i o n ? t o o v e r c o m e a s d o e s th e ont- c o w em p lo y e d . 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T liat th e S tr e e t Com m i-sbm c r cause all obstnn- tio n s *o b e n>mov4d from M a A inaw btreet be ween L u l i a n a and C ieogo b re t< w ith in flve days, ki d r po t tb e e x p e n s e , a n d th a t th e G.tv au i v e y o r f. r ni>s a m a p s h o w ing o b s tructien?. A d opSsi. Al o reported in favor o f directing th e Ci y A<ws- s o r i t o n a k e tLe folluwi g a*ae-.. Xe„ k Asse s#100, for r e p a ir ing P r a ’ t .-treet be* w een Sy­ cam o re and Genesee s treet A d o p ted. AMeai $100, for repairi. ^ C anal atreet betw e e n C o m m e rcial s tr e e t on*l M>i*leu L a n '. A d o p ted. Asset* #49, f o r repT iiing C a rlton s i r e d b e tw e e n l.o cub I a n d Lem o n Btreet-*. A d o p ted. A M o e s s f lll *6, for repairing A-h street bctvveei. K y c im o re and B a tavia street-. A d o p ted. A * c s i |S S 50, fo r repai ri* g South I i x: - . - ■ 1 .,r,H-i b tw e e n S p r .ng and Jeff, r 1011 Btreet A d o ts J . Assess *6 25, f o r rep a ir in g W i liam »trr* over s* w er and w a ter pipe a t th e northea.-t c o r n e r < r W illiam am i M o rrim c r. A d o p ted. itii ,.iELii,n . A sse-sy'H O 90, for couatfU c ting t!u- {vaveo'en; at th e u t c n e c ti o n of Sw a n and M cli gan tre e t s t 1 cor r sjH«nd w t h tho p r e s e n t p a v e n n n t in Swan 1 treet ■ ent* rly th* r e frain. A d o p tc 1. A h ess $100 fo r r e p a ir ing J e fferson strv e i betw een Bvtavia a n d M a tthew s r tr e e t. A d o p ted. Assess #100, f*»r r e p a ir in g Sycam o re stie e t betw e e n P r a t t a n d H ickory s treets. A d o p ted. A ne#-8161 fo , f o r rep a ir in g S e o tt stre t betw e e n H e a c o .k and Van R ensselear s treeU . A d o p ted. Also reporte*l in favor of allow i n / t b e following accounts a n d draw ing orders l o r t h j s a m e : Jacob W illiam s -F o r low e ring ’ h e g u t t e r s t th e n o r th e a s t* r ! j co r n e r o f E llicott a n d Pa U v ia s t r e e t s .............................................................. #21 Ou M ichael W e r le—F o r o p e n ing and w u ikiug Babcock s t r e e t , bet-i s e n N. Y. ft L. K. K. tr . c k aud W illiam s t r e e t ............................... . . 347 f .3 Geo. M iller F o r gradi-ig s n d 1 * i .g Ei ico:t a t r r e t , (►* t w .en s p o in t b»i( way be wceu Chippew a and T u p p e r streets au I a pouit half way betw e e n T u p p e r and G o o ceil s r e e ts, p i r l o n t r a c t .............................................. gjo j».t D a n iel D ietcer—K o r c*.natru t ng wood c u l ­ vert across Peach s t r e e t , ou n o r th e r ly s d*i of C h e ry street ............................................ Isaac H o llow ay F o r re |« i ing pavem e n t 1 Chicago s tr e e t a t H juth end of brid *• w r . th e M -in am i H a m b u r g h canal t . r o fo it> tre th c loadw-ay of wold l»ridge .......................... Sam e —F r repairing g u t t e r on n • theriy hid t of C lturch s t - c t t , iu f r a n t o f M ayor’s office Geo. Feldm a n F o r cons-ructing wood cut v r t across F o u r t e e n t h stre e t , *n n o r t h ­ west rly aide nf P e n n s y lvania s t r e e t ............. A d o p ted, A id. O U R , from tho C o m tuittee cn T c - r itory, r e io r t e d In favor of all m i . g ih ncc untM, a n d draw ing onion* for the .-an., M. J . G a l s g h e r -F u r opening mml w* rking P e r r y street, lietw een Buffaio and K- K ailw ay and Dole s t r . t t , (! ;dam-e vr u. count per co n tr a c t) ........... ;• F rederica H a a k e - F o r e n s tr u (king wood eui- v e r t acre ss G r o s .cn o r a r e e t, on south 1 ly side N. D v is toa Wtroel ................................ Sam e F o r opening gu te r 011 south*-- ] * ie ol N- Divistou stre e t, fre n t w .:,tc*l. linn * J G rosvenor >trc< t to 150 f* - t t e - i of Gr. venor s t r e e t .................................................... S a m e - F o r r pairing S. Div-.-iou street, bc- tw e n N. Y. C e n tral Ral re*d tra. k end L m s 'i c s t m - t ............................................ George I 't i d n u n For r e p a ir ing . ood ..-ulvcrt acivias F o r e s t A v e n u o ,- b o u t 1500 f<*t west of I n U w irc s r e e t ........................ ......................... Josiah B -ardolcy- F o r tsuisti u c t ov c-«.sswalk acresi B r y a n t s tr e e t on east a d e o f Lui w o d avenue ........................... .................... A d o p ted. Al o n q w r ted in f *vor *.f th e ad.'ptiuP, of th c foi 1 >wing res lu ions: T h a t th e Com m o n C o u n c il o f t h e 1 ity of Buff .In n ten d G» ■ r tler a 15 inch ti e sew e r e tnstrue c l , wi-h noces ary houssconnec ions, In th e ven re oi Tl.om p «-»n stre e t from th e se w t r itt tho c e n tr e „l Par s b stre e t n o r h e rly t h r o u g h u»c cen tr e of Parish r tr e e i to a p o in’ 8 ) feet s o u th fr ni south lin ; *-f A m b e r <t ■ tract, a n d tb e Ci y -u r v y o r fu n l - h a p r i n w ith B. ectflcot o n s , a n d th e S tre e t Commi* ioner odv* r tise six days in t h official pan r inviting pro. o ala to do th e -am e and r e p rt, and th e City C .trk c i u - e th e necessary notice of such inten tio n t j b e d u l v p u b li bed. ^do|»t\ d T n a t th e ow n e r o r ow n er* o f th e land fre.r ttn on th e w e s t sid i of A fani a tr e e t, betw e e n a p . i n t cw... li u n d red feet n o n h e r ly of Sycam o re street a I»**:nt tw e n ty-five feet n o r therly tl e r e r.,m m u - e a sidew a k to he rep a red in f r .nt of th e i r r e i p rtiv e 1®'* w ith go*Ml hem lock r-lank tnrwe *ncl.ei th ick , wh« r e ne *» a r r , w ithin five d s y s , a n d if n o t done wi hin t h a t tim e he S tr e o l C ranm tasiouer <muie th e sam e to be .’o n r , expense n o t to exc c i tw e n ty do: la r i a d rcy«orl. A d o p ted. T i n t th e City S u rveyor set th o stakes f..r th e g r a d e of P r o j e c t stra e t, b®twe®n U iL a a n d Riley ■tree's. A d o p ted. 1-iat th c Btra c t Cotnrn'-ssioner cause G rey str. et - l»e repaired betw e e n Oe-ie ee ■ re*et a n d a point • x h u n t red fe e t n o r t h rly, by o|ten in z t h gu trr* Snd ro u n d n g u p th e c a - r i « r e a : » ,, t xp* n e n o t to exceed n f ty dolla s, a n d r e p o r t A d o p ted. Also reported in favor of directin g th e City \s - s.vs >rs to m a k e th® f -llowi ig asset'siu-.-nt* #50 91, f o r r e p a ir in g si cwa’k on east sido or N iagara s t r a e t . betw e e n A lbany sn d F e n y straeta A d o p ted. Assess #42 29, f o r r e p a iring s:d e » a l k on cast * d j of N iagara s tr e e t , betw e e n School and N inth sire e t '. A d o p ted. Assess t?7 82, for repairing sidew a lk on e£*t side of N iagara stre e t, betw . en N in th stre e t a n .l a ijoiut »•» •w-t n o r th e r ly th e r e f r o m . A d o jited. Assesj #46 for rencarfng ridew a lk on east ot N iagara a t e e t , betw e e n T e n th .tre e t a n d fe. t nor herly uf N in th stre e t A d o p ted. As * s #50 06, fo r re]-airing A m h e r s t street, oe tw e e n • iogara and B a it s tr e e t. A d o p ted. Assess *60 for r e p a ir i n |\ m b 'r a t street, betw e#o E a u so d Thom p s o n s tr e e ts. A d o p ted. ■ fta-eu #ao, for rapa-ring Am h cr»t s t r e e t, tetw e e n Ihum jtaon and T o n a w a n d a s tr e e ts. A d o jited A s » • #34 25, f o r repairing ra j 1 e r t a c ross N a . . stre e t , about 150 feet nortli we* u - n r of Ton .wi.n.l* street. A d s p tod. T h a t the Com m o n Council of tlm City of Buffalo intend Ui o r d e r a stone eew tr o t the sam e rapacity »* tho cu lv e r t under N iagara rtre e t, to Ire* c o n s tr u c t­ ed in to e centra of B. ioe btreei, ram ti e w< «t tine of N iagara rtree: to ti.e E rie eanal; and tho C ity b u r r c y o r furnish a p l a t and s|>vctfic .tn ns a n d tho f t r e - t Commis I »ncr n l v e r t 's e for **ix days in th® \fllc-al pep r. Inviting proposals to do t h e -am e and Teixirt, a> d t e City Clerk u a / s Dm imo® a*uy no* to® 12 12 1 point L o w e ll o o t t o a s . “ T r e m o n t ” ol ,,uch ion ** 1,6 dulJ’ Kub!Uh*<l. *«“i th e r e .o i d 11 . . ’. 1 ,. 1.^1 in w ii.1 v,« . tc r r i 1 ... n 1 • ■ _ . _ M ILW AUKEE. Sales of c hoice Citv e x tra s t *6 25 1, and 91 2Zj FOREIGN. Ixjxdos. P M.— C nsols closed a t 92) for m oney. an-4. 93 for account American securrtie-. irm ; U. S. 5-26 bonds closed st 83$ for the Lv»tie of ISG2 82? for 1865 old, 8If for 1867. 10-40’s 75i. 8 ock- quiet. E rie 27). Ul. Central 94). A. and ck* qui RT.s6j COMMERCIAL MAI Tlie loilowmg articles were received a t t h u port by Grand Tran' Lak - and steamer Inteniati-nal (per R a ilroad) d u r in g t h e pm # >4 h o u r s : F lour, b t l s 6,5## iro n , s c rap, lbs. 85,268 Le a, p g t ....... 71,476 Leather, ro is 31,006 Lumber, f t . . . . 1 MtTfeed. Ihe... ! t t Nep hn. brie.. ;.850 Oil, b r l s .......... Frovie-f.ns, bri# Wheat, L u . . . . Cflvn.hu .......... O a ts , h u ............ Beeswax, p k g s . r on.*. a s s ---- B u tter lbs ........ C o al.tns ........... SsM it. M ......... Ooremrel. brls. F g - p , b r l s . . . . Bm: ty brls, no. Fish, pke» ........ Fish, fresit, or*. Glue, brla ___ Hides, n o ........... 80 Pork, b rls— 75 Bods, b s. Stone, t n s ......... Tan hark, cds. F l o t r — D ull. crO 50. W heat — S teady a t #1 25) for N fo r No. 2 O at * - S t e dv. Sales of N \ . 2 a t 44c. C orn N o m inally a t s2 c f o r No. 2. R y * -N o m inal, B arley Firm a t #1 10 to ? l 40 for com m o n to I-r e. G rain F reiohtb — S te a d y a t 6*c t ) Buffalo ll) c to Ore* eg\. CHICAGO LIVE nTOCK. C a t t l e - D u ll a t #3 fe\ «r5 29 for conanun to good ,*»>, 65 fu l lair steer*. Live H o o e - Duil a t # * 2 5 ^ 8 60 for .-ommon; *10 12 * 1 6 26 for g o o d e x tra. M A R IN E . “ S u f f o l k , ” “ B o o t t , ” g r e seen s t a m p e d in iarg e r e d a n d b lu e le t t e r s u p o n th e i r g a r ­ m e n t s , w h i l e A y e r ’s P il l s a n d C h e r r y P e c ­ to r a l are am o n g t h e tre a s u r e s o f t h e i r h a b i ­ ta t i o n s . T h e i r n a t i v e s o i l fu r n ish e s t h e m a l l t h e i r food a n d m o s t o f th e i r rem e d ies, b u t t h e y su f f e r fro m so m e afflictio n s w h ich m u s t h a v e t h e in t e r p o s i t io n o f h i g h e r sk ill. — Sentinel, Liberty, Va. d a c l w PORT OF FUFTALU ............................................... Steamer International. May, Fort Ene; 3 cars lumber Wm Kona 11; 2 can* tan hark Schoelkf; 2 ears -x-rap iran J Whitmore; 80 cattle 39 uigs 2 brl* 1 bx fish 7 tigs earners. Propeller Mohawk, Gib-on. Chirago; l i j ^ l Lu ocm 25,009 bu oats W T Co.; 100 brls Sour 75 brls meal 1 hrl tam i«k 4 pkgs »undri*s 150 hide* 6 brls glue E5 e Hallway; 10 brla oil 1 Kri gum Pram Mil- w auke® - K> tons scrap iron 3# bns pork #0 brls | . . r V T ( X . _ ^ PruMllcr Free Sla’e. Criqui, Ctdmfo. 14,700 bu wheat 9000 b u e r a 90 00 bu oats W T Co Propeller Toledo. Sisson. hlcagn; 15.911 bu « n v Praps Detroit—■# bis wool 5s p-ffs m dm S t slabs t a T t t t t f s h h goods 110 b p V m a . i t t b f * whast uu* . .Sa S m r ’. Basin®; U ,#t# bu —rar 9# sis waU i hrl , From PW# Waehitw- 187 hf* wheat Tf c#s wood P f l Mo-re. Propeller Arose*, Eg* ler, Toledo; 7500 bu wh®a(. T h e b e s t j n d o r i g i n a l to n i c of froji, Phoa- p h o r u s a n d C a lisay a , k n o w n a s C a s w e ll, M a c k f t C o .'s F e r r o - Phaaphated E l i x i r of ( ’ftliaaya l i a r c . T h e iro n re s to r e s co lo r to th e blood, th e p h o s p h o r u s r e n e w s w a s t e of n e r v e t i s s u e , and the calisaya gives a natu­ ral and hanhiy fame to the digeeliys ergaaa, th e r e b y ntak n g i t applicable fer dyapepeia in i t s varioaa forma, wakcfuleeea, general d e b i l i t y a n d lep rsaaio n of spivita. One pint contains the f irtnee of one enaee ef CaU- saya, aad onc.taaspoonfat a grain e f i r o n **A phosphorus. Caswell, Hazard ft Co., New Y o r k , sole ananfeetnrera. For sale by all drugg\** kMThMdacly BoorLAND^tintMAsr M edicinrs—W hich bear the end< Tbemeut of the judge of the Supreme Oon *t of Pennsylvania, have an­ other witnea# to their efficacy in the neraon of Hia Honori the mayor o f <mr d t y . 1 M ator *X 0 * n c x , l „ ^ W t t e . J n a a t a d . t t t t f I have usee. Heeflaad’s ^ T T a a a B a tten aad Tonic, in a y family, d aring th e nett » e » r , u d o u u n n — n l ® , M M . . O . I - w “ * \ < \ a u . *■ ------------ - — | 1 , n u n f 4 ~ t a * l y W u « l A c ) , ■ M IV A F i m . / S ^ S l o . lutio n ad ptod A u g u s t SOt.i, 1809, U; - n J t. e sam e 1« h> reby rescinded A d a p ted. TUat th e S tr e e t C o m n u s .io ier cius® E lk *tr*c( ty bo rc a i r jd betw e e n ceneca stre e t &ud s p o in t 62b Sis-100 f s e t w ssierly theraft- rn. the *i. jreu.ke ,i0t to cscex-d 950, aud repurt. A d o ^ tad, Aid. D IE fK F J t, from th® Cotutn t t e e ju s*w c r , reported iu favor of d i r ^ - tin g th® city a-sess.rw t o m a k e tbe- foil ^ a in g i w m r i n : A ss#« # i 7 03 fo r c o o a tructi g s e w e r a n d r e c e is i a t ■ uth west c o in e r o f H o w a rd and fm .ij,. , :rM t4 1 racvtver to Ala® reported In favor of th* adoption of th® fo: 1 wing rmoinUoo . That th* r t t s r t O n M o r e cause tbe sewer sn J reeM rer at th® south sot corner of O o m c t snd Jackson Mrerts to be raps'red, ai.d s cart iron ktauch trap plseed therein at an expens® not to ex/cod #10C<- Assa-s#8S #6 for repairing m « well corner of Pearl aad Seneca * AVL MiiWM tN , from th ? Com m itt e o:i Sit); ^,,.1 tros»walks, reporteJ in fa or of directing Uie City As easors to m tke the foUowing ossessn-er.ts A— s 1*16 20, fo* repairing rid-walk on th e wrat rids of Oak str.ct, liciwceu Carlton aud L ig h Am ss #337 t t . for couatructing a sSouc -adcwh'a s e th e anrthtr.’y Bids of Whitney Flam, from the * r h B e e e n sw d h a aM rly Ues e f O u e llne s rec* eed a p s t a t U l Isot 6ti frC ■ #464 90, for constructing sidewalk on south-

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