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O f cours< i t w a a e x p e c t e d t h a t th o w i c k e d - e y e d fo w l w o u l d a e o n b e c o c k o f t h e io o n t ; b u t a di. n i f i e d a i d B r a h m a b e l o n g i n g t o t h o la d y o; t h * h o u a o c o n t e s t e d th o p o i n t , a n d a d c - p o r a t o b a t t l e ta o k p l a c e . S p u r s a n d ja w s m a d * b l o o d flo w a n d f e a t h e r s tly , a n d it w a : d o a b t f u l w h i c h w o n l d c a r r y t h e d a y , b u t a t l a a t t h a g a m e t u r n e d a a d fle d . N o w a n ; a l l u s i o n t e t h a t th o r o a g h - b r e d g a m e w i l l r>- m i n d M r . F . t h a t h e h a a b u s i n e s s n p to w n FIFT H WARD. T h # R e p u b l i c a n c a u c u s i n t h e F i f t h W a r d l a s t n i g n t , w h i c h w a * a n u n p r e c e d e n t e d m e e t i n g iu n u m b e r s , m a d e t h e fo l l o w i u g n o m i n a t i o n s : F o r A l d e r m a n — G e o r g # J a e g r r , J r . F-*r S u p e r v i s o r s — W i l l i a m C 'ritc b l e y . C o n s t a b l e — J o h n B r o w n . I n s p e c t o r s o f E l e e t io n .- i— 1 s t D i s t r i c t . J a c o b B e a z i a g e r a a d W i l l i a m F . B e a m a n . 2 n d D i s t r i c t — A n d r e w D e b u s a a d A u g t i - ' L y d i a . 3 r d D i s t r i c t —J o h n FI. S a f f o r d a n d C h r i s t G . B r u c h l . - W a r d C o m m i t t e e — ( h a r i v s W . H o l d e n , F r e d e r i c k R o t h , P e t e r D a w s o n , J o h n C a r s o n , F r a n k S i p p a n d W i l l i a m G o f f u s . T h o F i f t h W a r d is w i d o a w a k e a n d is i t w o r k h a r m o n i o u s l y , a n d t h o R e p u b l i c a n * r th u o l d F i f t h a r e b o u n d t o e l e c t t h e w h o l e :ic k e t , S t a t e , c o u n t y , c i t y a n d w a r d . T i n m e e t i n g w a s a d d r e s s e d b y s e v e r a l a b l e s p e a k e r s , a n d a d j o u r n e d w i t h t h r e e c h t t r s fo r th u t i c k e t . W u . F . B e a m a k , S e c y . M E E T ING IN T H E EIG H T H WARD T h e w i d e a w a k e I’e p u b d e a n s o f th e K i g h t h W e .rd h e l d a f a i r m e e t i n g la a t s i g h t a t t h e h e u s e o f M r . W i l l i a m W a d e , c o r n e r o f S i x t h a u d P e n n s y l v a n i a s t r e e t s . T h e r e w a s a g o o d a t t e n d a n c e a n d t h e m o s t p r o u is i n g s p i r i t w a s m a n i f e s t e d . M r . S a m u e l N . B a k e r p r a e i d e d , a n d s p e e c k e s w e r e m a d e b y M a j o r S t o w i t s , L . L . L e w i s , E a q , a n d M r . J . N . L a m e d . T h e c a u e u s t o n o m i n a t e w a r d o f f i c e r s w i l l b e h e l d to - m o r r o w n i g h t A \ f C S E M E N T S . ACADEMY O F M l i l C . T o n i g h t “ S e r p e n t o n t h e H e a r t h ” w .ll b e a g a i n p r e s e n t e d . T o - m o r r o w e v e n i n g “ N o b o d v ’a D a u g h t e r ; ” a n d o n F r i d a y e v e - .- in g M i s s R e i g n o l d s w i l l a p p e a r a s D o r a in a d r a m a t i z a t i o n o f T e n n y s o n 's b e a u t i f u l p o e m o f t h a t n a m e . T h e a a l o o f r e s e r v e d s e a t s f o r n e x t w e e k w i l l c o m m e n e e t h i s f o r e n o o n a t C o t t i e r A D e n t o n ’s. A s t h i s in p r o b a b l y t h c l a a t ti m * t h a t E d w i n F o r r e s t w i l l e v e r v i s i t B n f f a l o , t h e lo v e r s o f p u r e d r a m a s h o u l d n o t fa i l t o e m b r a c e t h i s i p p o r t u n i t y o f s e e i n g h i m in h i s f a v o r i t e jh a r a c t e r s . “ K i n g L e a r ” w i l l b e g i v e n r n M o n d a y , a n d “ R i c h A lieu ” p r o b a b l y W i d - u e s d a y n i g h t . I UR U1CH1XGS. T h e d i a g r a m s f o r t h e s e v e n o p e r a t i c e n t e r t a i n m e n t s n e x t w e e k w i l l b e r e a d y fo r p u b l i c c o n s u l t a t i o n a t J e w e t t A M i s e h k a 's m u s i c s t o r e t h i s fo r e n o o n . T h o s e w h o d e s i r e s e a t s s h o u l d b e e x p e d i t i o u s in s c c r .r in g th e m . TUB PEAK FAMILY. T h e S w i s s B e l l R i n g e r s w i l l g i v e th - ii l a s t p e r f o r m a n c e a t t h e S t . J a m e s t h i s e v m in g . T h e i r e x c e l l e n t a n d e n j o y a b l e e n t e r ­ t a i n m e n t is w o r t h y o f lib e r a l p a t r o n r g c . PROFESSOR ST. JEAN. P a o F . P b r k y a t R o c h e s t e r . — W e le a - n b y A w o e i a t e d P r e s s t k a t a v e r y a u c c e s d t u l f r a * t r a d * m e e t i n g w a a b e l d l a a t e v e n i n g I t w a s a d d r e s s e d b y G . G . C l a r k s o n , P r e s i d e a l o f th * R o c h e s t e r R e f o r m l e a g u e , l ’ro f. P e r r y , R e v . D r . S h a w , a n d M a b l o n S a n d . i . S e c r e t o r y o f t h e N e w Y o r k F r e e T r a d e L e a g u e . R e s o l u t i o n s w e r e p a s s e d e c u d a m n i n g p r o t e c t i v e d u t i e s , a n d c a l l i n g o r N e a h D a v i s , t h e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e fr o m th a t D i s t r i c t i n C o n g r e s s , t o r o t e fo r t h e re p e a l o f t h a e e a l d u t y . P e t i t i o n ! t o C o n g r e * f a v o r i n g t h e a b o l i t i o n o f t h c d u t y o n ci 1 h a v e b e e n e i g a e d b y t w o t h o u s a n d v o t e r .- T h e p e t i t i o n ia f i f t y - s i x f e e t lo n g . C a r t b k ’s I m p r o v e d D i t c h i n g M 1 - • h i k e . — A p u b l i c t r i a l o f t h e a b o v e m a ­ c h i n e w a s h a d y c i t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n o n th< p r e s s i a a s o f M r . P . A . B a l c o r a , n e a r (!o l d S p r i n g . I n e p i t e o f d e l a y s , o a u s e d b y a f r a e t i o u s a n d i n e x p e r i e n c e d t e a m a n d f r e ­ q u e n t c h a n g e s o f t h o a t t e n d a n t , i t c u t k n i a e e v e n d i t c h t h i r t y r o d s lo n g a n d t h r e e f e a t d o e p in tw o h o n r a a n d t e n m i n u t e s . T h e a c t u a l w o r k i n g tim e w a a a b o u t o n e h o a r a n d a h a l f . T h # m a c h i n e ia d e s t i n e d t - r e v a l n t i o n i a a t h e w o r k o f d r a i n i n g . F a i i ’ i # r i n f o r m a t i o n i n r e l a t i o n t o i t m a y b o h a d e f B e a n i e k W h i t e s i d e , P o s t o f f io e b o x 2 7 9 6 , B n f f a l o . D o n a I t B e n e f i t - C * ? . -■vs a n in s t a n c e o f t h * g o o d e f f e c t o£ t h e p r e a e n t I n t e r n a tio n a l F a i r , w e w i a b t o m e n t i o n a f a c t t h a t o c c u r r e d a d a y o r t w o s i n c e . A g e a i l e m a i f r o m s o m e W e s t e r n to w n w a s o n h i s w a y t o N e w Y o r k c i t y t o p u r c h a s e f u r n i t u r e fo r a h a n d s o m e re s i d e n c e . M e r e l y in e n r i o s i t v h e s t o p p e d t o v i s i t t h e E x h i b i t i o n , n o t e x ­ p e c t i n g t o a c c o m p l i s h h i s e r r a n d s h o r t o l h i a o r i g i n a l d e s t i n a t i o n . l t h a p p e n e d t h o u g h , t h a t a s e t -m e x h i b i t i o n th e r e ja * t s u i t e d h i a a , a n d h e u o t o n l y p u r c h a s e d o a wko t o m ta otoartioa a x t e u i . t l y anU id, T h i s e v e n i n g . P r o f e s s o r S t . J e a n , a e k i l fu i a n d g e n i a l P r o f e s s o r o f M a g i c , * i'l m a k e h i s 1 iff to » B u f f a l o a u d i e n c e fro m t h e s t a g e it. K i e m l i n H a l l . If h e g e t s d u e h e w i l l h a v e a c r o w d e d h o u s e . S m u g g l i n g ! :— 1T h e r e ia b u t v e r y li t t l o s m u g g l i n g l» e ing d o n e a l o n g t h e B u f f a lo l i u e o f t h a f r o n t i e r , a n d t h e b u s i n e s s o f a ci s- to m o f f i c e r m a y b a c o n s i d e r e d a p e a c e f u l a v o c a t i o n . T h e r e p o r t o f th o p i s t o l o r b l u n d e r b u s s s e l d o m tc h o e s a t n i g h t o v e r th e w a t e r s o f t h e b a y o r r i v e r , s a v e w h e n s o m e e a r l y r i s i n g s p o r t s m a n f s t u m b l e s u p o n a b r o o d o f t e a l , w o o d o r b l a c k d u c k s . T h e p e o p l e a r e b e c o m i n g h o n e s t in p r o p o r t i m a s t h e o f f i a e r s b e c o m e v i g i l a n t , a a d t h a t t h e o f f i c e r s a r * h o n a a t , ia t h e r e a s o n o f t h e i r v i g i l a n c e . O n e d a y l a s t w e e k w h i l e in t h e D o m i n i o n , o n e o f o u r r e p o r t e r s h e a r d n s h a r p - l o o k i n g fe l l o w s a y t o a I ’ n i t e d S t a t e s in s p e c t o r , “ c o m e n o w , i t s a b o u t ^ tim e y o u fe l l o w s b e g a n to “ l e t u p \ o n u s a l i t t l e , ’’ i n d i c a t i n g t h a t a d i f f e r e n t s t a t e o f a f f a i r 3 o n c e e x i s t e d . T h e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c r e p l y w a s , “ w e ’l l l i g h t u p o n y e . ” T h e n u t m e g t r a d e is a b o u t t h * o n l y o n e i n w h i c h t h e s m u g g l e r s a r e d o i n g a n y t h i n g a t a l l , a n d t h a t ia c o n ­ fin e d m o s t l y t o t h e r a i l w a y lin e s . L a s t F r i d a y n i g h t o f f i c e r s B a r n a r d a n d H e i n r i c h s a i z s d a c o u p l e o f b a r r e l s in t h e b a g g a g e ro o m o f t h e G . T . R . R . , a n d c o n v e y e d t h e m t o t h e C u s t o m H o u s e , o n s u s p i c i o n o f i n t e n t t o s m n g g l e . T h e y w e r e a f t e r w a r* i s c l a i m e d b y a p r o m i n e n t D e m o c r a t i c p o l i t i ­ c i a n . T h e l e g a l i t y o f th # s e i z u r e is b e i n g in v e s t i g a t e d , P e r s o n a l . — W e r e c e i v e d a c a l l y e s t e r ­ d a y fro m M r . I . N . H u d s o n , o f t h e l i n n o f H u d s o n k M a n a t , t h a w e l l k n o w n a d v e r ­ tis i n g a g e n t # a t 41 P a r k R o w , N e w Y o r k c i t y . M r . H u d s o n is t o r e m a i n in t h e c i t y tw o o r th r o e d a y s , a n d w i l l m a k e t h a a c ­ q u a i n t a n c e o f o u r e n t e r p r i s i n g b u s i n e s s m e n , t o w h o m w e c a n c h e e r f n l l y r e c o m ­ m e n d h i m a s a g e n t l e m a n w h o m a y b n re lie d o n t o c a r r y o n t a t r i e t l y a n y b u s i n e s s m a t t e r s h e m a y u n d e r t a k e . T h e firm o f H n d a o n k M o n e t h a v e e x t e n a i v e fa c i l i t i e s th r o u g h o u t t h e W e e t , a a f a r Be t h e P a c i f i c c o a s t , f o r a d v e r t i s i n g i a t h e le a d i n g j o u r ­ n a l s , a n d c a n o f f e r f a v o r a b l e t e r m s t o th o s e N O T E S F E 9 M T H E P E O P L E . •UPEKVISIOM o r SCHOOLS. T o l i t E d i t o r o f t k e E r p r e u T h e r e ia a o e i t y o f f ic e t o b e f i l l e d , a t t h e jo i n i n g e l e c t i o n , o f g r e a t e r i n t e r e s t t o th e p e o p l e t h a n t h a t o f S u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f S c h o o l s . T h e t w o c a n d i d a t e s f o r t h i a office a r e M a j o r G . H . S t o w i t # a n d D r . T h o m a s L o t h r o p . P e r s o n a l l y , 1 h a v e t h e v e r y iiig h a a t r e g a r d f o r th e s e g e n t l e m e n . D r . L o t b r o p is a k i l l f o l fn h i s p r o f e s s i o n , h a s a g o a d p r a c t i c e , a n d is v e r y m n c h e s t e e m e d id f a m i l i e s w h e r e b e is s m p l o y e d . H e o u g h t t o b e i n a f a i r w a y t a b s “ r i c h , ” if s u c h la f k * d e s i r e n f liv i n g H e m a y b e , e v e n , a g e n t l e m a n o f a “ f i n i s h e d e d u c a t i o a , ” a a t h e C o u r i e r r e m a r k s . B n t h e ia n o t a c q u a i n t e d w i t h t h e w a n t s a n d w o r k ­ in g s o f o u r s y s t e m o f s c h o o l s . H e c a n n o t , fro m t h e n a t u r e a n d d e m a n d s o f h i s b u s i ­ n e s s , b e im b u e d w i t h t h e s p i r i t o f e d u c a - rio d a l p r o g r e s s . H i s p r o f e s s i o n h a a le d h i m in a d i f f e r e n t t r a i n o f t h o u g h t a n d w o r k . H e m a y h a v e e x e c u t i v e a b i l i t y , b u t a p e c u l i a r k n o w l e d g e is r e q u i r e d t o g u i d e in le c i s i o n a in t h * s c h o o l d e p a r t m e n t , w i t h o u t w h ic h “ e x e c u t i v e a b i l i t y is u n s a f e . M a j o r G . H . S t o w i t * , in a l l th o s e p e r ­ so n a l q u a l i t i e s s f c k a r a s t e r d e s i r a b l e i n s u c h a a o f f ic e , is m o r e t h a n t h e e q u a l o f D r . L o t h r o p . B u t M a j o r S t o w i t s is a te a c h e r 10 h e a r t a n d in life . H e is t h o r o u g h l y a c ­ q u a i n t e d w i t h B u f f a l o s e h e o l s , a n d is o n e o f t h e b u s t t e a c h e r s in t h e c i t y . H a ia lib e r a l a o d j u s t , a n d w i d e a w a k e t o e v e r y e d u c a ­ tio n a l r e f o r m . F o r t h e p a s t f o u r y e a r s t h e s c h o o l s n a v e h a d f o r t h e i r s u p e r i n t e n d e n t a t e a c h e r . ' >n e l e c t i n g e u e h m e n t o t h i s office, th e p e o p l e h a v e e x h i b i t e d t h e i r w i s d o m . D u r i n g n o p e r i o d . Bin j e t h a i r f i r s t o r g a n i z a ­ tio n , h a v e t h e s c h o o l s s h o w n g r e a t e r t h r i f t . U n t h e i r g i v i n g t h i s o f f ic e t o e d u c a t i o n a l m e n , t h o s e w h o a r e f u l l y a c q u a i n t e d w i t h th e w * n t a o f t h e s c h o o l s , t h e p e o p l e sh o w t h e i r g o o d s e n s e . T o s e e n r e e d u c a t i o n a l p r o g r e s s , g i v e t h e o f f ic e o f S u p e r i n t e n d e n t to o n e w h o e e e d u c a t i o n h a s f i t t e d h u . fo r i t . M a j o r S t o w i t s h a s e v e r y d e s i r a b l e q u a l i ­ f i c a t i o n fo r t h e o f f ic e o f S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of S c h o o l s , a n d h a s a n u n b l e m i s h e d r e c o r d of a I. ni *n s o l d i e r fo r t h r e e y e a r s . T e a c h e r s a n d f r i e n d s o f e d u c a t i o n c a n n o t f a i l t o su e t h e i r d u t y . _________________ * BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [ o f f ic ia l .] M o x d a t, O c tob r 25,1569 — 2 P. M. It--ard m e t ]>ar.iuuit to a d jo u r n m e n t. M mSer« jTtM-n. B o n in}, lU lo-ru, Jlaer, D o d ^c, C r itch k y , Ely, Euhelm a n * Fisher, Fonea, F itagem i i, dey, G o d frey, G reen, H a r ris, H a e h n , Haven*, Je w e tt, I.u-ik, M iller, M eyer, M c l/uadc, M ullenhuff, Nichols, Ovens, P ier, Persons, K a thhun, W il iam Seym o u r, S tan b r o , South w ick, S p rague, S c h ir m tr, W cbstea, W h ite, Young. M«mhen< a b sent A n d rew s, C a rney,‘C a r y , Gat<-h« 11, G raham , H a n r a h a u , J o h n s o n , C d e ll, P ierce, RUey, Ransom , J . A. S e y m o u r, S to u r , Titu<, T* y e . M inute* o f la it m e e ting w ere read and approved. COMMFXICATIOS KK 11 M PUBLIC OWCK8. Mr. B u N N E Y presented th e rejiort of Lym a n K. ass, D istrict A tto r n e y , for flnts collected by him . received and r e ferred to C o m m ittee on Ju d g e s ’ a-.<i Juettcsa* a c c o u n ts, a n d ordered jirinted w ith t h e pro­ ceedings of th e Board. [The r«|K>rt will a p p e a r lo to-morrowH E vprkss .] Mr. BONNET presented th e rejiort of Lym an K. aw . D istrict A tto rn e y , of ind c‘.m eiite and con*-1 ‘ K e ceiev.d and referred to C o m m ittee on Ju'fg* * and J u s tices, a n d ordered prin ted a iO. th e j»rr- fr I iga »f tb e Board. I H I-IM ATIOK AVD RKPTKKXCS OV ACCOT.XTS. S u n d r y accounts p resented and referred. v o n o s u , a a s o L m o a a a s h notices M r ESCUELM AN offered t h e follow ing: Resolved, T h a t th c Clerk of thra B o a rd draw an order in favor of Tobiae B e rry fo r a :x dollar*, f-- ■•-.rrirss a t e'- c tion a n d r e g 'a try , a n d eha-ge- th : -cuin­ to th e tow n of C larence. Adopted. M r.GODFREY moved t h a t acco u n t No. 248 h e r<- ferred hack to th e S u jiervisor o f t h a tow n of Eden, irried. , t'sTlMSIlKD BCBINFSS. r. YC>l'NG p resented th e petitio n of dame# Van B u ren to pave erroneous tax refunded. Referred to th c C o m m ittee on E rroneous Taxation. ■* Mr. W ILLIAM SEYM OUR m o v e d to ad jo u rn . C a rried. A. B. TA N N E R , Clerk. Ti esDAt, O ctober 26, 1869—10 A M Board m e t jm r s u a n t to ad jo u rn m e n t. Member* Present Mea«r*. B o n n e v , Balcom , T.a-r, t'ritch ley , E ly, Fuchelm an, F isher, Fone«, G a tchell, G a z le y , G reen, G raham , H a r r is , H a e h n , Haven#, Jo h n s r n , M iller, M aver, M ullenhuff, N ichols, P ier, Persons, P ierce, R a r.son, R a th b u n , S e y m o u r W m , St a n b r o , S to n e , -80 u th w ick, Sj >ratf u e , Sch i r m e r, T i tus, T o re, W e b ster, W h ite, Young. M em b ers A b sent Messr#. Dod^-e, C a rney. C a ry, F ltg e rald , G o d frey, H a n rah a n , Jew e tt, L u sk, Me (ju ide, O jell,O v e m ., R iley, Seym o u r J . A. M inutes uf h u t m e e t ng read and a p jiroveJ. rRBHENTATION AND REFERKNl'K OF ACCOl NTS. S u n d ry accounts jiresen to l and referred. MOTIOS8, RBSOLUT1058 AND NOTICES. Mr. JO H N S O N offered th e following: Resolved, T h a t th c sum of 918 be raised and an --r- d e r be draw n in favor of J o s e p h A. Bliss a n d charged to t h e tow n of Tonaw anda as erroneous tax jiaid hv hitn In th e y e a r 186®. A d a p ted. Mr. FSCHELM AV uffered th c following: Rcsolvetl, T liat th e Clerk of tlr s Board draw an o rd e r in favor of J a n ies O. Long for |(J for aervh-ca a t e lection and regi#try, and shar_-e th e sam e to th e t-iwn of C’larer ce. A d opted. Mr NICHOLtf offered th e follow ing : T h a t th c Clerk of th is Board draw an order for 87 50 l a favor o f A. Irish for services as G o n a tab>, and charge thu *ainc to t h e C o u n ty of Erie. Mr. NICHOLS moved th a t th e sam e be referred to th e C o m m ittee on Constables’ A ccounts. C arried. Mr. JOHNSON m o v ed to adjouru. C arried. A. B. TA N N E R , m ________ Clerk. T i ' smdat , O c tober 2d, 1869- - P. M. Thc Board m e t pursu a n t to adj im m inent. M em bers jiresont—Meesra. A n d rew s, B o n n e y , Bal- ct*m, Baer, C ary, C ritchley, E ly, E schelm a n , Fi-hc-r, Fones. G a tchell, G reen, G raham , H a n is, H a e h n , H a ­ vens, J o h n s o n , M iller, M cQuade, N ichols, P ier, P e r ­ son*, Pierce, R iley, R a th b u n , W illiam Seym o u r, S tanbro, Stone, 8outhw ick, Sprague, Schirm e r, T i­ tu s , Toy#, W e b ster, W h ite, Young. Abeent—C a rney, Dodge, Fitzgerald, G azley, God­ frey, i i a n ja h a n , Jew e tf, L u s k , M eyer, O dell, Ovens, B a n s o m f f A. Seym our. rXBRBXTATlOK OF FFT1T10NB (ND REMONSTRANCE.#. Mr. HAVENS presented th c jxr ition of th e A-wos sors of th e tow n of W a lts, asking th s t a tax shall h# levied upon cert in lands in raid tow n not tax e d last year. fteferred to th e CotBinittee on Erroneous T a x a ­ tion. Mr. S O IT H W H K presented th e jietition of Israel Cole, a m in ister of t h s G o spel, to have his nam e erased from th e assessm e n t roll of th # tow n of B randt. R e ferred to th e C o m m ittee on E rroneous T a x a tion. C0MEV51CATI0XS FROM PUBLIC 0FF1CBSS. Mr. BON N E T prcsente.1 a rep<irt from C. C. T o r­ rance o f th e account of flnes and m o n ies received by him as D istrict A ttorney from O c tober 8 1 ,1865, to Jan u a r y 1,1866, a m o u n ting to 81 016 06. R e ferred to th e C o m m itt## on D istrict A ttorn#; ’# A ccounts. MOTIONS, RSSOLI TION# AND NOTirSS. Mr. TI 1 U S offered th e folluwir g : T liat th e sum o f 8250 l-e levied ujxm th e tow n of U a m b u reh fo r road and bridge purposes, and th e ■sine tie s p r e a i upon th e tax roll of said tow n for 1969. Adopted. r vrixtsniD bcsinear . Mr. BONNEY asked to am e n d his rep o r t pre- eented a t a previous m e e ting of th is board, in re­ spect to A ccount No. 840, and rep o r ts tb a t sa il acco u n t be c h a rged t o th e c o u n ty of Frie. Mr. W E B S T E R , from th e C o m m ittee oo Clerks and Criers’ R e c o u n ts, offered a report. Laid on th a tab le and ordered printed w ith th e proceedings o f t h e board. Mr. W E B 4 T E R , f rom th e C o m m ittee o n Clerk# a n d C riers A c c o u n ts, reFort* M follow*-: Y o u r C o m m ittee c n C lerks a n d C riers Account # to w h o m th e follow ing a c c o u n ts w«.re referred, s u lanit th e follow ing rejiort thereon, a n d recom m end th a t t>-e several accounts be a llow e d , and th e am o u n ts allow ud on each be c h a rged a i below stated : and also tl.a t t h e am o u n t so aUoweu be levied w ith th e taxi# of t h e c u r r e n t y e a r , upon th e places to which th e sam e a re charged respectively. l t f 64 ? I H3?S» 251 281 Keifler B a isle .. 63 00 SS 00 68 06 i s m u m ' \ i n r 6B 60 t o 86 66 So 395 H a tick ftO a rono 14 40 14 40 14 00 406 B a k e r A Jo n e s . 347 00 U 3 00 347 00 440 C h risty * J e n k i 23 50 17 30 1 7 ao 460 T o u a g . L o c k ­ wood A Johneop 217 50 217 5*> 217 50 457 T. H e r d e k Co. W W CO W) 60 00 45 b T. H e raie k C o . 9 00 9 00 9 ou 451 H . K o u a e a n d J . O. D a y to n ... 100 (K> 100 00 100 00 464 M a rtin T a y ior. 6»5 4 0 60# 00 6 .O 1 00 519 A A. B lanchard 1061 911060 31 1061 91 256 S tu a rt El l e r . . 51 25 48 25 48 25 480 r . B. W r ig h ... 30u 00 300 00 300 00 *27 L P. D a y to n . . . 219 50 2u0 00 200 <*0 526 Jo h n H. Andru#1531 1915.il 19 15 . 1 1 19 52a Jo h n H . A n d r u s 350 00 300 00 2«) 00 528JJ->hn H. A n d rus 291 10 297 V0 ■**} 20 B U G H W E fW T E R . C h a ir m ;u . A W. STANBRO, THOS. W. TOYE, D. GAZLEY. Mr. M ILLER m o v e d to adj um C arried. A. B. TAN N E R , ___________ C.erk. D r . D a r r i n , t h e H e a l e r . — Since the sd v e n t o f Dr. D a rrin iu iiuffalo, last S p ring, his peculiar mode of t r e a tm e n t and t coruDr- fu l cares have been th e principal topic and aensation o f th e cit}* a n a country around, and has never beeu equaled only by the furore he created a t t h e Paris Exposition iu IS<>7, w h e re th e streets w e ru^so thronged th a t i t waa n e x t to impossible to see him for days. W e n o t o n ly deem i t » d u t y we owe to t h e Doctor, b u t t o suffering hum a n ity, to refer to cure# done m o n ths ago, as w e ll as thorn a t present. J . W . P r a t t ’s daughter, of E a s t Gainesville, w h o wa* so m iraculous­ ly r e s tored of paralysis a n d s p inal oom p la int in t e n m inutes, rem a ins perfectly c u red. It will be rem e m b e red th is case h a d not w a lked for m o n ths, and had been given up as a hopeless cripple. A n d rew Lynd, of 287 N o r th Division street, was th e first patient treated by Dr. D. for c a tarrh , bron­ chitis and lung trouble, who rem a ins per- rnnnently cured. M rs. IL Percy’s d a u g h ter, of 1 1 2 N o r th Sw an street, w h o was p a rtially blind for f o u rteen years, continues to see perfectly. M rs. A. Perkins, 42 Carroll street, h e a rt disease four years, cured three m o n ths ago. Palm e r Skinner, of Big Tree, New Y o rk, rheum a tism th ir teen years, cured. M r. C . A . Van Slykc, 1G0 F r a n k ­ lin s tr e e t, dyspeptic pair.s'through th e lungs and stom a c h five years, cured. M r. D u n ­ can, B a tavia, piles, restored. E . W e ston, 170 N o rth Division street, sciatic rh e u ­ m atism eighteen m o n ths, perfectly cured. F. Hetzel, W illiam s v ille, sunstroke, cured. Jo h n M c G rath, Carroll street, tum o r on th e shoulder, cared. A lbert Bock, Angola, spinal difficulty, could not w a lk; was cured and left crutches in ten m inute?. 1*. Hai- lock’s girl, W e s t I'alls, spinal com p laint one year and a half; m ade to w a lk after a few treatm e n ts. M rs. W . B a rton, of J a v a Village (now s topping a t 3 8 0 Seneca atreet). had th e catarrh, bronchitis, and wa# deaf for years,and w a s th o u g h t to b e n e a r h e r e n d — h a s lieen cured. M r. T. F. Brown, Last O tto, N e w Y o rk, haa been cured of gravel, and his son of h e a rt disease, d y s ­ pepsia and catarrh. M r. ' G. Currier, of H o lland, reports him self nearly cured of dyspepsia, liver c o m p laint an.i vom iting of food, w h ich has troubled him for years. Mr. A. J. Jam e s , a drover, w as instantly cured of deafness of sex-cn teen years’ d u r a ­ tion. M r. K n a p p , of A k ron, was also c u red of rheum a tism w h ich rendered him unable to w a lk w ithout t h e aid of crutches. The Doctor haa h is crutches now . A. D. Hull vau of Buffalo, blindness in one e y e tw e lve years, restored. M rs. D rum o rc, of th is citv# swelled neck o r goitre, cured. Miss Jo h n ­ son, of t h is city, w ens ou head, cured. Mr. i um mings’ son, C a s t Buffalo, tits tw e n ty- tw o years, restored. M r. A n d rew s, of Buf­ falo, spasm o d ic asthm a four years, cured. Mr. J a c k s o n , consum p tion six years, cured. Dr. D a rrin is still a t Bonney'g H o tel, < a rroll s tr e e t, w h e re he w ill rem a in until December first. * i A ■: i v s » i n r n n r w a u > ou « m m m S S ? a m ; r ' S ^ r S S r f r h X E m t E —rit y. A i n , t y p e adapted f o r trick a — ITtng H a- kin # .- m . to l MAN G l a s s , O l a a a . G l a s s . SBSO Boxes W indow G lare, a ssorted Mass. FLA T S GLASS FOR STO R E * AN D DW E L L ING* at Law than E a s tern Pricsto SO,000 U W H IT E L E A L , I0u bbU . U N S E E D O IL F o r a ale bv A. REY N O L D * * CO.. 191 V* St. a r a 46 L loyd a t .. Buffalo. N. Y A l l t h e l a d i e s i n t e r e s t e d i n th e F a ir t o b e h s U l o r t k e beneftt of tb e C h u rch H e m s , a re requested t o r e s e t I * t h c basem e n t of K t. Paul’s C h u r c h , th is W adtissday afternoon a t 2$ o'clock. As t h is is t h t last m a s ting, and im jxirt*11 business is t o ba transacted, a general and prom p t attendance *• deai-e-l. Bv o n ler of t k e P r u d e n t . J2^-lt _____________ M ART E. M IX E R . Secretary F r e e t r a d e a n d r e v e n u e k e - F O W L —N e x t T h u r s d a y , tb e 28th in s t., a t 7 j P. JL . P r ofarenr P e r r y and o t a e r friends of Rev enue R form will apeak u n d e r th e auspices of th e Buffalo Free T rade L e e g u e , a t St. Jam e s H a ll, a n d • • i n r i ’e o u r fellow citizens to com e u p and hear thi# s u b ject, which lies so near t h e d o o r of o u r pto# jw rity, di.*oa#sed froia t t e Free T rade p . i n t of v.ew T he F lour tha t H ousekeepers W ant . The following letter explains i tse lf : UormviLLE, K e n tucky, Septem b e r 16,1869. .V - - * t c „ t t r .(■ H a i l e y — G knts : O u r W h it e W h e a t R o ll P a s try floor took th e prem ium a t o u r S t a t e F a ir, and i* *aid to be th u b e s t in th is eity. W e w o u ld l ik e to send y o u one bundre-1 barrel# j * t week. Please sell th e llou r low , and warrant it to g iv e th e liest o f satisfaction ; if n o t retu r n thc m o n e y . R . \V. W illia m s . T h e above flour is for sale, as jier instruc­ tions, a t C u tter <k Bailey’s, 248 W a shington street. j2 - l lm . O u r Am e rican Base B u rner m u st n o t be confounded w ith a w o rthless stove of the sam e nam e c o n d em n ed th ree years ago and offered for sale in th is city as our stove. This celebrated stove has ju s t taken th e prem ium s a t the S tate Fairs oi Indiana and Ohio last week. Call and see onr list of daily sales. D u d l e y & R o c k w e l l . 333 M ain at., cor. N . Division. W h e n you can get a first class stove m ade in Buffalo, then b y all moans give it the preference. The “ T r ium p h ,’’m ade by Dudley A Rockw ell, 333 M ain street, car. not be excelled, while th e still increasing sales upon t h e ir books show t h a t its m any m e rits are fully appreciated. I t keeps fire all t h e tim e , if you desire it. Mr. Blake, o n l 'h i p p e w a atreet, says be has run tho “ T r ium p h ,” W in ter aud Sum m er, w ith less t h a n t w e n ty pouuds of coal in tw e n ty- four houf*. Figure t h a t , and then say if it pays to be w ithout a “ T r ium p h .” Save tim e, fuel, health sn d patience. S pecial N otice .—Charles Rosenau has now open a t 332 M aiu street, K remlin Block, a large s tock of em b roideries, laces, veils, hosiery and gloves, ladies’ u n d e r ­ wear, zephyr, w o rsted, French corsets, bonnet and velvet ribbons, jew e lry, jet sets, fans, etc., which he w ill sell m u ch lie- low t h e regular prices. Ladies are respect­ fully invited to call and exam ine the stock. C a .* t o ff C loth ing . — N . Boasbcrg Spaulding’s Exchange, pay* th e highest cash price for ladies’ and gents’ e a a t off clothing. Call a t store, or addre* i box 2892 Postoffice. F or S ale .—M o rtgage of $2000; due in three equal annual paym e n ts. On a piece of property which ha* b e e n sold for $3504), and no o ther m o rtgage on th e property. W ill be sold a t $100 discount if applied for to-day. A d d ress C. H ., E x p r e s s office. j23-2t J . F. C rossland has rem o v sd hia w h o le­ sale and retail M illinery business to 3S7 M ain street above Eagle street. A fir e stock of real H a ir Goods j u s t received. C oal T a r C omposition w ill c u re C a tarrh Bronchitis, A s thm a and Consum p tion, when all o ther rem edies have failed. T h e fnmes are inhaled directly into thu lungs, th u s ap ­ plying the rem edy to th e affected surface as well a s to t h e blood. H e a d q u a rters at No. 17 South D ivision street, - h o ld by d r u g ­ gist* generally. F or boots aud shoes, rendering them waterproof, pliable and durable, there is nothing equal to Frank M iller's 4’elebrated L e a ther Preservative aud W a terproof Oil Blacking. Sold by O. P. Ram sdell & Co. j'21-lwdac. O y s t e r s . — W h o lesale aud retail, E a g a n & Co., 251 M ain s treet. A h a r n e s s once oiled w ith Frank M iller's Prepared H a rness Oil Blacking w ill receive m ore lasting benefit th a n w ith three tim es oiling w ith clear neat's foot oil. Sold by P r a tt & Co., Terrace. j21-lw d a c . F o r choice K e n tucky W h is k y for medi- ;inal use go t o Sw ift k H a s ted. k25-tf “ T h e I n n o c e n t # A b r o a d . * * MARK TWAIN’S new book, bearing the above title, ha* jurt bees issued by ths American I’ .b ing Company. GEOKGK H. ARNOLD,33 Rcjnolu # Arcade, Rochester, Is the General Agent lor thi» acc tion of the State. He has spjiointed Me#sr#. Georje B. Briggs slid George M. Hewitt to act x« eanvo.-we:# for Buffalo. Persons desiring the book can leave their oddreost« in the counting-room of tb:s office, ar d the canvas# ers will coll ujx-n them. C o n n e r X l r n t K t r e I n i a n t m e C o m p a n y , of Hartford. Capital, FJCO.OOO. WM. C. SMITH, Agent, 4 Brow n ’s Building, Buffalo, N. Y. H a r t f o r d F i r e I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y . Chartered in 1810. Ca#h Capital, 91,000,000. WM. C. SMITH Agent, 4 Brown’# Buildings, Buffalo. N. Y. I l e e r y W. R o g ers, C t t j # (*larke. W m. Dorsheiuier, Henry A. Riehu.ond, Thus. J. hirer, David Gray, B. H. AuKtin, Jr., S H. Fish, W m . F Rogers, W a rren B r y a n t, T 9 e m p # o a H trsee, David Bell, R o b e rt H&dfle’d . Joseph E. F o ilett, Chxs. J . M ann, Wm. D. Taixtr, P. S. Marsh, Jo h n U. V o u g h t, Carl H. H (letter, O. L. Nia Alonzo Richmond. rp R E E S , T R E E S .—NOW IS THE TIM E I for. setting out shade tree* T h e subscriber wou offer to the public several thousand of th e finest elm and uhcstr ut trees th e r e is in th e S tate, from tw o t o t h t e e and one-balf inches in d iam e ter, and frein tw e lve to eighteen feet high; ha# raised them from the #eeJ. Thev a r e th r i f t y and well rooted. Those who are wanting shade trees to set in th# street,or in lawn*, can baeupphed in any quaint tv, large or small siz*\ of the aU ive kinds, a t reason able price# WM. UUDGE, 938 Delaw a re »t., Buf­ falo. J22-TF7t H e r e a f t e r t h e c a r s o f t h e Buffalo Street Railroad Co, in receiving and landing jrewenger#, will stop only at the furth-r crossing, at all intersecting st* wnere there are tw cro&swalk#. JAN. H. 8MALL, Supt. J2J-10t r n m t c — i i # V I K C Y STORES, MANUFACTORIES, RENDERCEft, As A t low rate* H- L. BLISS, 379 M aia »t- CLOAK DEl’AllTMEiNT, BARNES & BANCROFT. H a v ing obtained th e services of a first wla«« cutter and f itter, we solicit a sail from o n r e m t o n e n , guar a a t e e iag t e them satadaetion ia onr quality of work, and price*. BARNES & BANCROFT, 9 5 9 M a in S t r o e t . o F O U R O W N M A N U F A C T U R E . We have ju#t added the largest lot of flne«t GO L D P E N S A N D H O L D E R * , F v e r o ffered ir. Buffalo, tu our former assortment They ar.- all * WARIUSTED OXE T U L Try th e m , w well a s th e n e w \sty l# ef Holder# ol all kinds. FKLTON A BRO. I H l t l K L FISH $ ARMSTRONG, GENERAL INSURANCE AGEN’Y o a n Ita. m Itala M., O itali, ■. T. u m r o o L • u m o d n a « u > u n o . e o . INTERNATIONAL I S , CO., NEW I-------- w - i w a \ i o n , u > n i # COUNTY M A R IK R IN S . C U , N E W R f C H E L l E. STATE F I R E IK * . CO.. CLEYELA H D , O. TR A V E L E R S IH » - DO., HARTFORD. N I W YORK L I F E I N 8 . CO, NKW YORK K E W I X G M A C I I N E M . TO WHOM IT M A I CONCERN. T H E Fl.illtK X C K S e w i n g N I n e l i i i i e Stands to-day wlfhout a rival In lt« Iwauty of opera­ tion, perfectnc*.# <>f ditch ard duraWMty of the k» >r- performed. Al am-xig it# msny ulvontage* it haa a re versatile feed. It# shuttle fix# a «eIf-sdjiMting tcn#lon. It# range uf work i.i greater Mian any other ma­ chine. It# motion* are all jwnitivc. It.# ht miner tun.* anj width of hem desired. It is aimo*t tauiseicxe. It will hem, fell, braid, reiH. tuck, gather, hem #tiu.h, gather and #ew on a ruffle at the muu # tinu without any extra accompaniment. Ever* machine is aarnuit*«i a# repreeente-i. Fail um to call and exaitriue tlit-. e machines before j ur- ha»mg. Sakra-ra till lain sL. I’-ofulo. FOSTER & RICHARDSON, y < H E - T k t t aQjBte s a d MMuvday sreSreee, e o iy #pusarac<-e ol the tafoutelara besm lfai u&eee, M i a a K A T E R B G N U L M . W B D K E 8 D A T KYEK1MO. OCTOBER 27th, IM P . L a ri tlree hreeof P e lgiave S irepe-a’sreeaaiien T H E BERPM M r ON T H E H E A R T S , O E BOUND. M a rguerite ......................................... M ire K a te R e ignolds. In r e h e a rsal - D O R A and NOBODY'S D A U G IT7FP. O a ly K ate R e ig to ld ’s m v tinee S a tu r d a y at 2 P M. MONDAY, NOVEM B E R 1st, f o r five nigbt* only. Ib W l K FO B R E S T . S u p p o r ts a by M r. W re. H s*ri# a a d Mire Lille. T t e s a le c t seats w ill c e a r i e o r # o a W s d n e e d a y , [ V t o b e r r . t e t h # Music Iteie of C o tU sr A D m t e . . No. 26 • Main s treet. BUFFALO FIRE ANDJMARINE IX S U R A X C E C O M P A S Y . Form e r ly th e M UTUAL IN S U R A N C E COM P A N Y O F BUFFALO. CHARTERED IN 1843. ASSETS JA N U A R Y 1 / 6 9 .................... f 4 0 T , l « 0 I t Wm. Lovering, J r . , See. 8. S. Je w e tt , PTeeideat. Th<>*. P. Seam , A m lt Sec. J . M. R ichm o n d , Y. Prea. ofrTICK 48 M AIN BTREET. _ H O T E L S . W INTER RESORT. THE ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL. N a s s a u , N . P ., W ill o p e n N o v e m b e r 1st, 1869. u n d e r A m e r icin man ageiuent. F o r f u r t h e r inform a tion, address W. W. STEPH E N S O N , 2*1 B roadw ay, New Y o rk C ity. CLEVELAND * EW E L L , P roprietors. TH O M A S ’ HOTEL Si DININGOOMS. R (ON T I I E EU R O P E A N PLA N ,) IVrner ef htliarip ud ffasliiaj-ii Sis. B u ffalo , N . Y . LADIES AND GENTS’ PRIVATEIVINGOOMS. D R EN T R A N C E ON W ASHINGTON ST. SH E L L OY S T E R S , CLAM AND SALT F IS H RECEIV E D DAILY. D IN N E R S FROM 12 TO S. MF.Afff SERV E D TO O B D E P AT A L L H OUR H O t S E r U R C T S M H t : . rj#H E BEST IS THE CHEAPEST B U T T I I E LEG ISLA T O R Cook ina Stove. 3000 NOW IN USE IN T H IS CITY. Sold only by JOHN, CEWETT J &ON, S j22 319 MAIN ST.. BUFFALO. C A S FIX T U R E S AT COST! W. H. GLENNY, SONC0 & Deri r ing to dispose of t h r i r GAS FIX T U R E busi­ n e s s b e 'o r e J a n u a r y 1st, offer t h e ir e n tire stock of GA S C H A N D E L IE R S , PENDENTS, BRACKETS, P O R T A B L E S , G L O B E S , • SH A D E S , &.c., AT COST! Thos# in w a n t of Gas F ix tu r e s will find th is a rare opportu n ity to supply them sclve*, v* e u r stock is large and well sole*ted. W. H. GLENNY, SON & CO., 204 4. 206 M A I N S T R E E T , In v ite atte n tio n to th e ir large and olegaat assort a i e c t of CROCKERY, CHINA, G L A S S W A R E , PL A T E D W A R E , O R N A M E N T A L GOODS, BR O N Z E S , W H ICH W E O F F E R AT LOW PRICES. Wo have j u s t received a new lot ot FR E N C H VAS EE. C h ina dooerated to order, w ith crests, m o n o g ram s r in tials. F A M I L Y S l ' P P L I E S . H A X A L L FLOUR, HAM C F A C T U B E D A S D FOR SA L E BY THORNTON & CHESTER, LSm N A T Il'N A L M ILLS. No. S i t E rie . t . LVKEMTIOSAL MISTRIAL HBIBlTiH, .N O T IC E TO TH E PUBLIC. T h e b r e a d baked in th e S tew a rt Cook Stove a t th e IND U S T R IA L EXH IBITIO N , i* m ade from the HAXALL- FLO U R , M ANUFACTURED A S D SOLD BY THORNTON & (IESTEH, J j2S-]m NATIONAL M ILI.S. No. 212 E n . «t. IF YOUR FLOUR DO E S NOT SUIT. TKY FRENCH & DOYLE, W H O L K S A L rO R O C K K S , F L O U R A1TD OATMKAL DEALKBS 66 M AIK T M W F BARNES & BANCROFT, Q59 M a in H treet. CASH HOUSE. BREAK IN . PRICES. PR IN T S , 12$c, 10 CASES DRH3S GOODS AT 25c, W ORTH 4Cc. 600 PIE C E /»lF L 4 N N E L S AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES. 800 Pieces Cassimeres, 76e, $L 00 AND $1 25 TER YARD. IMMENSE BARGAINS. BARNES & BANCROFT, 959 Main Street, E n r C A T l O X A L . W I T S ' r i l t . M S H I W . UNDER-W E A R . CARTWRIGHT & WARNER’S, A ND U T IIER CELEBRATED MAKES < Merino and All-Wool Undershirts and Drawers. AT POPULAR PRICES, CO T T A GE SEM INARY, A L D E N , NEW YORK. B o a rding and dav w h o n l for gir’s. Fall term npened M o n d a y , Kept. 2 0 , A j^dicati- n* f<-r eiv- culam ur a d iu weion #hould lie ma<ie t e t h # Priind|tol. .MISS E. II. K L N D R L L , A lden, N. Y. T K 4 V H L F R S G l I D E . 1869 FALL akrangemext- GRAND TRUNK RAILW’Y FOR LO S D O N , GODERICH. 8AG1NAW , PORT SA R N IA , DETRO IT, A D R IA N , T o L E D J C IN C IN N A T I, GRA N D RA P ID S , CHICAGO, M ILW AUKEE. Janesville, Madi#on, La Crow-e, Prairie Du Chien B u rlington, Hock I>land, C a iro, St. Jo s e p h , St. Loui*, Sl. Paul. A ND ALL PR IN C IPA L POINTS IN T H E WEST SOUTH A ND NORTHW E S T . T h 'e e Expresn Train* leave Erie S treet D e j- it, B u f­ falo, (Sunday# excepted), New Y o ik C c n tr I tune, which i# tw e n ty m inute* f a s ter th a n Buffalo t im e , .i- iulluws: X \ \ M ORNING EXPRESS .Arriv O . e / U l \ • J l . ing at S tr a tf o r d a t 11:45 A M (dinner), L n n luu 2:50 P. M., G u d e rich 4:00 P. M ., T<- ro n t iti l '. P. M-. S a rnia 3:30 P. 51 , M ilwaukee J u n c ­ tion 5:30 P. M , D e troit J u n e iou 4 40 P. M.. D e troit 6:-'-5 P . M., c o n n e c ting w ith train* for Chicago a iul all jioiuts W e st, N o ith a . d South. l> \ 1 -D A Y E X P R E S S —A rriving at 1 - 2 * 4 ' ' L . J l . S tratford 4:V» P. M ., (#up|ierj, L m d o n 9:10 P. M.. G oderich 9 30 P. M., T o ronto A.'W A. M., S a n iia 7:55 I*. M.. (connecting a ith *tearner for C h ic a g o a n d M ilw aukee o n Tuesday s, Thursday and Saturday*), M ilwaukee J u n c tio n 9:35 P ai., 1 De­ tro i t J u n c tio n 9:45 P. M , D e troit 10:00 P. neeting w ith train* for C liicigu and all p o in u lie- youd. r * A A I ) ACCOMMODATION—F o r B rant- * J . \ U X • J l . ford and interm e d iate #tati 0*11(1 P N ltJU T EX P R E S S —A rriving at “ . I f l J 1 . 111. S tr a tf o r d 1:45 A. M ., Turont A. M ., London 10:15 A. M., Sarnia 4:50 A. M., Mil - w a u k e e J u n c t i n 0:50 A. M ., D e tr o it Ju n c t A. M , Detr- it 7:15 A. M .co n n e c ting w ith train* lor Chicago snd all jioint* W e st, N o rth and South. Train# from D e troit are d u e in Buffalo as follows Ni|fht Fxprca# 7:00 A. Day E x p ress—b: 101*. S u p e r b S leeping Cars on ali N ight Train*. New Palace. Sleeping Cars ru n daily from P o r t I lu n m to C h iiago, in cou Cction w ith tram # from Buffalo. E legant R e freshm e n t Room s a t S tr a tf o r d an-J Sam ia. Baggage che-.kcd th r o u g h to all principal points West, Passenger* leaving Buffalo for th c W est shoo'd 1* sure t e purchase tickets via G rand Tr-ink Railway, t-i ne had at th e Cm a f any** ^ffl,#-. No. 1 K.-ffu Block, first door e a s t o f Canal bridge, Eric - t ., Bullal . C. J . BKYDGES, M anaging D irector G . T. I t ., M o n treal. II. SHACK ELL, G en. A g t. G. T. R , M ontreal. J . W HITMORE, A g ent G. T. Railw ay Buffalo. Septem b e r 8 th, Iff'-!*. R A IL W A Y . 8100 A. M. A T K E N N E T T ’ S , jto-M W F 973 M a i n St. GEORGE B. TRIPP, M A K C F A C T D .IER O F A L L K IN D S O F SHIRTS, WRAPPERS, DRAWER! I.in e n D ie k io e , Bosom s, Collai-sa a n d Ouffw H .I D C TO ORD E R A N D 'F O R SA L E AT No. 11 N o r th Division #t. B O O T # A M D S H O E S . THE BEST PLACE TO BUY RELIA B L E BO O T S & SH O E S IS AT J a s . H . J e w e t t ’s 406 MAIN STREET, A M B tlC A N BLOCK. My (ioods are Made to Order, O F T H E BEST MATERIALS, A N D S U P E R I O R W O R K M A N S H I P . M Y T R I C E 8 A R E L O W E R than thore of any o t h e r house in th e citv , a n d tiie q u a lity of w o rk m u c h b e tter. ’ CALL A ND EXAM INE T U E Large and well Selected Stock COM PRISING EVERY GRADE, From th e cheapest to th e moot experrive. NO. 496 MAIN STREET. AM E R ICAN B I/M ’K JAMES H. JEWETT. ^ J R E A T W E S T E R N ' ERIE & NIAGARA LINE- On and a f ter M o n day, Sept. 27th, 1869, th e mag- uificeiit new iron fiiie-wh«»l s team e r IV A N H O E , W ill leave h e r dock, foot of Main st., daily (Sundays exuepted) an u n d e r — Buffalo tim e : A R R IV IN G AT FO R T E R IE at 8:39 P. M ., connecting with Erie a n d N iagara Railway T rain, arriving at Blin k C reek 8 52 A. M.,< h i| |* wa 9:15 A. M., C ift' n House (for o ingara Fall*)9:25 A. M , Suspension Bridge!*:36 A M , Que# n # tou 9:55 A. M., N iagara Town 10:15 A. M., w h e re c o n n e x io n is uia>le with t h e CITY O F TO­ RONTO Fteaiuer, am v ing a t T o r o h t > a t 1:45 P .M ., and connecting wiih t h e N o rthern Railroad and with th c G rand T runk Railway and l.ako O n tario Steam ­ ers fo r all point# on Lake O n tario a n d R iver 8 t . Law­ rence. J ) ’t f —A R R IVING A T FORT E F I E . J l . at 3:30 A. M ., aud connecting w i i n t c e T rain arriving at Black Creek a t 3:52 P. M., Chippew a 4:15 P. M ., C lifton 4:25 P. M , S.is]ie\Fion Bridce 4:35 P M., St. Catherine# 6:20 P. M., H a m il­ ton 6:40 P. M., T o ronto (by rail) 9:00 P. M ., Peris 8:20 P. M , London 10:10 P. M. R e turning—F e r r y Steam e r Ivanhoe arrive# a t her D ock, foot o f Main nt., a t 1:00 P. M., (connect­ ing w ith tra i n f r o m T o r o n to,) a n d 7:35 P. M., (con­ n e c ting w ith tram fr in T o ronto and t b e Wre t ) liii* r o u te com m ands th e finest lew# o f th e N ng- ara Kiver a n d Fall*, l l L th e *.-ior 1 t>t,chcap«riand plean f h tcst ferry r o u te lietween Buffalo and I ' -lto'. ie Pa#i>engcrs tak in g i t w i l enjoy a pleasant t r i p by wa­ te r , and eaeajie t l c heat and d u s t of t h e stre - 1 cars FA R E S AS LOW AS BY O T H E R ROUTES. Ticket# t o T o ronto good eith e r b y t h e Erie ft N iag­ ara Railway-and t b e Steam e r \C itv of T o r o n to,” - r by t h e E rie f t N iagara and G reat W estern Railway*, a t t h e option of th e holder. This r o u te po#-e#ses unrivalled attractio n s f o r E x - cur* on, Fishing and Picnic P a in e s , to whom special facilities wdl lie afforded n t low faros. F o r full inform a tion and T ickets a p p ly a t th e Of­ fice of th e Com p a n y , a t th e corner of Main and E x ­ change s ts., M ansion H o u se B lock. Buffalo. W. L MALCOLM, A g .n t , B u ff.lo, V T. JA M E S CHARLTON, G e n e ral A g e n t, Mam lion. O n tario THOMAS S W lN fA R D , G em rai M anager, Scptem lier 27th, l#e!l#. H a m ilton, O n ta i< BPFFAL0 CITV INSURANCE COMPANY. Dffift, 10 bii Sink itt S Catnl Wharf C A P ITA L A ND SU R P L U S . ................ OVER #300,00, Securely Inverted In O o v e n u n e u t Bond*. Solicit# F I R E AND LAKK INSURANCE. DIRECTORS. G e o rgs W . T ifft,' S tephan O. A u a u n , R ichard Bullym o re, 8. 8. G u thrie, W illiam H. Glenny L. K. Plim p ton, C. J . H a m lin, 6. G. C o rnell, Jam — H. M etcalfe, M. K. Eamea, E. B. S m ith, Jo h n G reiner, Jo h n U. Vought, Thom p son llereee. WM. O. FARGO, P resident. A. REYNOLDS, V t ©-President. H E NRY T. 811 ITH , Secretary. E. D. LACY, A reisU u t rk-creW y . _ J ^ I F E , F I R E A J . U M ^ R l l T f c I N S U R A N C E . JITNA INSURANCE W l l l i m O. C u t o , A. R eynolds, Jam e s B ravisy, R u fus L. H o w a rd, Jam e s N. M a tthew s, O. P. Ramadt-Ii, 8. O. B a rnum , Pascal P. P r a t t, Thom a s Brow n , Jo h n A llen, J r . , Jam e s M. S m ith, H e n ry M a rtin, P e t e r J . F e rria, A d rian R. R o o t, CO., H A R T F O R D , CONN. Incorporated 1819. C h a rter P e rpetual. Pad np C a p i t a l ........................................................#3,006,C«I L. J. HEMDF.E, President. J. GOODNOW, Secretary. ASSETS Ja n u a r y 1, 1869, a t m a r k e t value. Cash 011 hand and In b a n k ........................ f 592,629 57 Real e s tate........................................................... 253,319 14 M o rtgage b o n d s .............................................. 894,700 Ot Bank sto c k ......................................................... l,3'.*7,33u 00 U n ited State*, S tate an-l City Svick aud o th e r Public S e c u r ities ............................... 2,102,96 OvS T o t a l - \ ...................................................#5,150,931 71 Claim I n «t d u e a n ti u n a d ju s ted . ............... 289,n53 9s Losses paid in 50 year* ................................. 24,000,000 CO UOMK IN S U R A N C E CO., NKW H A V E , C« F I R E , M A R IN E A ND CANAL. Cash C a p ital ................... #1,090,000 H O P E IN S U R A N C E CO., P R O V ID E N C E , R. 1. Caah C a p ital a n d S u rplua .................................... #164,275 LO ROGER W ILLIAM S IN S U R A N C E COMPANY PRO V ID E N C E , R. I. Ciu-h C a p ital a n d S u r p lus. ............................... #201,358 81 JL P . DOKK, A g e n t, Buflalo, N . Y. Policies issued a t fair ratea and losses prom p tly ad ju r ied and paid a t th is office. Office .E tn a Buildings, up stairs, 00 rn e r P r im e a nd Lloyd streets. JTTNA L I F E INSURANCE COMPANY, HA R T F O R D , CONN. A ccum u lated C a p ital .............................................. # 10 , 000,000 A n n u a l Incom e ........................................ 6,0O0,00( S u rplus ab«>vc Liabilitiuk................................. 2,000,00* ALL PO L IC IES STRICTLY NON FO R F E ITIN G T h e attention of t h e public is called t o t h o Batter­ ing and unparalleled success of this Com p a n y , a applications are respectfully solicited by LMlHR f t NYK, G e n eral Agent*. C I V I L A A I » W O < ’ D Q . E N U I N E LACKAWANNA COAL F o r M a n u facturing and D o m estic use,which is mined and sh ip 'w j only by Till! DELAWARE AAD IILDSOA CANAL Ct. Tiie und-.-rsigne'i a r e now j re pared to receive or­ ient f„r th e a b o v e #u»»ereor quality of coal, which will t-e screened a n d deli -t red in good condition 111 piantitiee to n u it p u rchaser*. Prices f o r t h e presunt, p e r ton of 2000 lbs, didivered ’ .......................... lim it*, a rc a s follows: Ton G ra’e .............................. #9 15 E g g ..................................... 0 76 S tev e ............................... 10 00 C h e « tnut .......................... 9 50 Alao, Blnm b u rg, Lehigh coal, Scotch and Am e rican Pig I r o n , Fire B rick, e tc., wholesale and retail. Also, A g e n t.ifor tbe*al«> o f p u reCONNELLRVII.I.E COKE, m a n u factured by th e P ittsb u r g h f t ConnaJls vide Coke Coni|HUiv. O. R. W ILSON ft CO., 96 Ohio *t., c - m e r Mississippi. re r w ithin th e old c ity $ Ton. J Ton. 4 70 2 45 6 00 2 60 6 10 2 65 4 85 2 5u L u m p and prepare*! COAL AND COKE. WEBSTER & FREDERICK. O F F IC E AND YARD, 219 ER IE ST., TO COIT 8L I I*, W ill sell genuine L a c k a w a n a , Scranton, Pitta- ton, and o th e r hard coals. Also Side a n d Cleve- land In-st soft ooal*, Blo**burgh, *oft n u t and slack f-.r -team ptirpo##* at th lowest m a r k e t price,w h ich wMI lie ncre-er.ed and delivered in good condition, in rpiantitioM t o nuit pure.baw i*. B ranch office No. 9 W. Swan st. ALBRO ft BYRNE.NE, E l.L IS W E B S T E R . A g ents. KKDKRK’ K J . T . H O O L E & CO., DEALERS IN HARD AND SOFT COAL. O F F IC E .................. J . T. II( KILE. .4 N. Di vision st., Buffalo, N. Y\ E. L. IIEDSTROM. ''IM E T A B L E N. Y. CENTRAL RAILROAD MONDAY, AUG. 30, 1309. TRAINS LEAVB BUFFA U l AS FOLLOWS : SPECIA L S E W YORK E X P R E S S ... ACCOMMODATION .................................. DAY E X .......................................................... ATLANTIC EX. (SLEEPIN G C A R ).. MAIL AND ACCOM............................... N IG H T EX. (SLEEPIN G C A R , ............. CIN C IN . EX M “ ........... SUNDAY T R A IN ....................................... TO NIAGARA FALLS. LEW ISTON ft TORONTO E X . ......... TO R O N T O * DETROIT E X .................... ACCOMMODATION ................................... EVENING KX......................................... r 2:60 p. m. . 3:15 “ 6:45 “ 11:20 “ .. 9,-Ki a. .11:20 ’* .. 3:15 p. .. 0:45 \ , 6:00 a 4:10 p. TO LOCKPORT. BUFFALO ft LOCKPORT ............... L O C K P O R T * WAY (BEY O N D ).. LEAVE NIAGARA FALLS FOR ROCI! ESTER ANL THF. E a ST SPECIA L NEW YORK E X P R E S S ............. 4:25 x. rr. DAY E X .......................... , .......................................6:45 ’’ ATLANTIC EX. (SLEEPIN G CA R ) ......... 295 f . n, ACCOMMODATION “ *’ ........... 4:36 •’ N IG H T E X .. “ \ 6:15 “ SUNDAY T R A I N ............................................. ” 9 5 \ LEAVE NIAGARA FA L L £ FOR BUFFALO. M ORNING E X .................................................. 6:39 a. m. ACCOMMODATION ............................................ S:u0 “ PA C IFIC E X ...........................................................12:20 p. m EV E N IN G F.X.................................................. 6 *5 “ T rains arrive fr- m N iagara Fall# and Susfiensiun Bridge a t 7:45 a n d 10:00 a. m . , 1:20 and 7:45 p in. Trains arriv e from L o e k p o rt a t 1 9 : 4 5 a .m ., ami Q O A L , C O A L . A. & J. H A M I L L , No. 94 SrolUSlwi, Conor of Mississippi Have on hand aud U.r sale at th e low est mark# t price* G E N U I N E L A C K A W A N N A , Bitum inous a n d B u s b u rgh Coals. All enai arreened «o I perfectly dry. T e rm s nash when o-Hered. Q O A L , COAL. f i E F O R E S T k C O Y E , O F F IC E 4 1 4 G E N E S E E ST., O P P O S inC T H E GAS W O R K S, H ave on hand and for sale a t the lowext price, tbe he-t qualities o f BITUM INOUS, A N T H R A C ITEa PLO S S B C h G COALS. D e f o r e s t a c o y e Buffalo, ' dy 14 1809. g T . J A M B r i H A L L . 8IX NIGHTS AND ONE M ATINEE O F G R A N D E N G L I S H O P E R A . Care h u e Riahlnge B a rnard .............................. Direet x r e .................................. C reid-uteP AN EN T IRE NEW COM PANY, Campo*cd of T R * FIR S T LYRIC ARTISTS ON T U * STAOK. A G 2 A N D H O U P I . E C O M P A N Y . M r- C. n . IR tti..-.! M n H a n I n r t n Mrs. R n a i k h o u . l U a l n . H im A im . M lichi.. * Mr. Itaury U p , h , Mr. R m . , , , . . , , r. rte r r e ttornard, >!r-Jam e a G P r e Ve. v . W a lter Ifiroh. j..r 1'on-v liravten Mr. J . A. A r n o ld, Mr. H. C. Peak'ca. ’ Mr. W. W hite. A FU L L A ND EFFIC KN'T CHORUS AND O R C irtSTRA O P E N IN G NIGHT,M O N D A Y , NOVEMBER 1, ire%, R E P E R T O IR E FOR TH E 8 EASON MondaT M A R T H A Tuenday C R O W N I1 I A M O N D S . U \d n a x ! a y FAUST. Mr. H e n ry D rayten in h<# g reat rreatt.-a id M v p h i s i o p h u . e s . X b u r a l i r F R A D I A V O L O . Fridav, Nov. 6th. B E N E F IT O F MR4. C B. BERNARD W h -a ah* w.ll a p p e a r In h e r r r e a t rendition ,\f ▼ IOLETTE, in V e rdi'a O p era, L A T R A V I A T A . S a turday a terim o n at 2 o 'clock. A SPECIAL PERFORM vXUK AT C H E A P PR1CI # F o r t h e aeoimnaiwlati n af Ladi ■ and Famil when will bd pre#i-nt«’d B a lfe's * B O H E M I 5 N G I R L . The full s tr e n g th of t b e Troupe ia the eaat S a turday eveniug, Nov. 6, 1869, L«#t n ight of th e C o m pany, M A R I T A N A . Price of A d m ission.........................................................n Be#. ' .eil Seat*......................................................... 1 t o Box sheet* for th e aale ..f Seen ed SretH will 1 -* open on W ednea-lar m o m lrg , « v t \27 at 9 e ’.Jv.rk. a t th e Music S tore of J e a c t t ft Miechka. 26!4 Main * . A. 8. PEN NO »KK. _J27-4t _______________________ Buaiinwa Manage'' J ^ R E M L I N H A L L . P R I V A T E E X H I B I T I O N . W E D V E 8 D A Y . G C rOBKR 27, lfVig SAI.I.K D U B O L lQ t E-GARABARAM A THK FIRST Ahead aad F .o n t of all illuaiouia j , th# King nf Necromancerff a n d Bi-ibgisl#, 1 * R \ F . S T . J E A N , WIH appear tn a aerio# o f SOIREES and MYSTFHI- Kl S E » , retoiinolng. far aoMi-a*>ing ny a r tist livii.g. lie uarsn-i ui-igic wand, M achinery or txinfederat— Tables w ith llo b s . Nor any of tb s m a n y contri­ vance# re-sorted t#i b y t h e would b# Mrgtciana to hide a w a n t of *kid lu m a n ipulation. The |<erfor nan. r e of Pr--f S t. J o a n in France. I taly aud Sjwin, have l.oen wituesacd by large and suqirlM il audience*, iu th c l a 't e r .-oun'ry L’e having t h - title given him of CARABA2 ABA THF. FIRST. E v e ry oxperin.eut d.-nc w ith the hands. To com m e n c e a t 8 o'clock. A d m iw ion 35 cent- N s # e r r od Hssta 60 r m t s g T . J A M E S H A L L . MONDAY, TUESDAY AND W F .DNE8i.AY, O ctoU r 25, 26 a n d 27, 1 Sff». T h irtieth Annual T o u r a m i lant appew iw e e In Buf. falo of th e celebrated and original PEAK FAMILY S W I S S B E L L R I N G E R S , And t h e ir Talented C> m p a o y of VO< ALF9TS, HARPTST8, PIANISTS, VIOLINISTS AND COMKDIAN8. Aiini'to o ii\ G a llery, 36 c e n ts; P a rquette, 5\ e e n taj C h ildren, 25 cent*. M iw h k a 's Muais s H IP CA RPENTER’S & CAULKKR'H ANNUAL BALL. e Annual Ball of t b e S f i C a r p # n t e m ar.d CauJ#. er* w ill take pi ice AT ST. JA M E S IIA L L , ON FRID A Y , OCTOBER 28, 1869 Music by Wsii'.e s Baud. J o s e p h i i i i i .. sertv p i N E A R T S A C A D E M Y . YOUNG M E N ’S ASSOCIATION BLILDi.V- -. T h e Galle-y w i?'be npvn every day, ez<-»- -no days, from 9 A. M. till 6 I’. M. j / l I ’T I O N S A L K S . J . I’. S H D K C R A F T - A u c t i o n e e r . BANKRUPTCY I n i p o l a n t t e t h e Trade and Public. G R E A T BA N K R U P T HALB O F DRY OOODH BT SIIOECRAFT BROTHERS, At No. 194 Main Buffalo, C o m m e n c ing < n o r about MONDAY, NOYEMBKR 1, leW . A large c r-im g n m ent nf Foreign and Domestic Dry Go-#ls, con.# \ tiiig ot W e -t e f England and Yorkal-irs broad and uar.o w W oolen C loths, all sbaiics and colors, Corduroy, Fancy T # # e d s, Vesting#, Cl akm g s , c»c. Also, a large aa# -rtm e n t of B ritish and Fors gn iuanufa< tu icd Shawl# and l i r w n , I ii Silks, H a tin,P o |diua, Urocatlc*, Merino* #, fit.rages. Stuff#, e tc., tog e th e r w ith a Ur.-* stock of Flauneri, Blankets, Mor*e R iga. Carpeting, Table Covwr* aa-l H-wlery. * e a im s , Pnnt*, Bleached rin l Unbleached Cotton Cloths, And a vari-*»y of o th e r good* 1< jo num e rous to m e n tion. Hale to c o n ti iu r frem day to day until th e entire sto c k i* d isp‘«v--d o f The whole w i’l be sold w ithout reserv e , in lot t-- s u it, for c a sh. Male* eomu.ei • al 10 A M , 2:30 m d 7:30 o’cl- ck P. M J27 tf J.*’'8 S I D 'FA R A F T - A u c t i o n e e r . C . H D U D L E Y AGO., W holesale and Retail Dealers in SUGAR LOAF. LEHIGH. SPRINGBROOK, FR A N K L IN , f\mm. LACKAWAMA, BLOSSBlKlrH, ECIF A N D C L E V E L A N D . C O A L . P r incipal Office C O R N E R ER rE AND TERRACE STS. YARD, FO O T .O F E R IE 8T. Bnffalo, Apri! 21. 1H69. COAL. 1069 I0;3< p. m. C. H . KEN D R ICK , Gen. T icket A g t. JA M E S TILLIN G HAST. G e n e ral S u p t. B uffalo, A u g u s t3 0 th ,IS O - _______ E X P R E S S . Nai • of pereous I « I f 3 c l J a i f ^ 2 n $ ? i 4. =- 9 A. A Bft-.n hard>*376 8-3 37r. 80 P h o e n i x F i r e 1 l u e r a n r e C o m p a n y . of H a r tf o r d . C a p ital, #600,009. WM. C. SM ITH , A g e n t, 4 B row n ’s Building#, Buffalo, N. Y. N i a g a r a P l a a l n g M i l l C o m p a n y . D o o r ganh and Blind M a n u 'a c tory, 2>5 E. Seneca •t., B irtalo. F looring, Siding, M oulding*, B rack­ ets, Kiln D ried IXs-rs, Glazed and Unciaasii Sa-h, ln*ide and O u tsile B linds; D o o r an-l W indow Fram e s. AL-o, Planing, Saw tr.. ar.d T u r n in g •> ever> description d o u r to o - f e r or. -hort n. : *»»d w ith dl-spatci. M I L L I X E K V . J. F. CROSSLAND W1I.L O P E # A S E W HT' *CK OF M IL L IN E R Y GOODB, F--' W h o le -ale a n d Retail Tra«i?, In hi# new location, Sa7 M iin ■•treet, ON W E D N E S D A Y OCTOBER 20TH, 5-.. re lately occupied by N a irn ft Walsh. A M E R I C A N MERCHANTS’ UNION EXPRESS COMPANY, NOS. 7, 9 ,1 1 AND 13 W. SENECA ST.. BUFFALO. CA P ITA L ..................................... B 1 8 , 0 0 0 ,0 0 0 Forw a rd w ttb t h # greatest B m e d s a d Safety, COIN, BANK NOTES, JEW E L R Y rfl» l p l M t a t a t w M . l r t d m » n w TURK 7 7 ) ' h , W K 8 T E B # , WORTH ■ * •O C T U W E F T C K # STATES a n d CANADAS. o omM cting w ith o t h e r rc «ponsibto Kxprsr# O o m p a n tea O OD8, O O I I I , BA N K N O T B L JKW F .LRY AND Y A L U A B L U . WM. G. FARGO. P resident. WM. B P U B , Vice Prc-hD n 1869 srMMERrran'°eme-vt a GREAT WESTERN R. R. _ j and a f te r M o n day, A u g u st 30. 1849, tra i n s wl leave Buffalo (N. Y. C. D e p o t, E rie s t.) daily, S u n ­ day s e x c e p ted, a t 9:00 a . m ., 11:20 a. in., 3:15 p . m. and 6:45 p . m ., for Savpen-aon B ridge, conncctlu# there w ith tram * for H a m ilton, T o ronto, London, Petrol ia, Botnw e ll, DETIUJIT, CHICAGO, M IL­ W AUKEE, a n d all p o int* W est. Pullm a n ■ sixteen-w h e eled Palace Sleeping O a n ru n on all n ight train*. T h r o u g h Ticket# can be obtained a t th c Ticket Office o f t h e New York C e n tral Depo*, E ric r t r e e t , o* a t General Office, corner Main and Exchange r t ., Manaion H o use Block. Train* arrive a t B u f la lo - 7:4# a. m . a n d 10.00 a. m ; and!l:20 a n d 7:46 p. m. Sunday Tra in leave* Buffalo a t 10-00 a . m. an-! Sus­ pension Bridge (N iagara Falla) a t 12:36 p. m ., to r D e tr o it, Chicago «nd M ilwaukee W. L. M A L O O L I I^Jgart O. W. a n d O. k « . E H , THOB SW DTYAED. ’ „ . Oeo. O V . E ',. <>«\- S u p t R « H R h H a m iito n .C . W. D e tr o it, Mic JA M E S C H A R I.TO N .il Owners 1 A g e n t. H am i I to n O r.tari\ 18H9. ANTHRACITE COAL CO., FOOT O F GKN E bEE 8T. fe ll aell un til f u r th e r notice theee celebrated ooal* a t th e follow ing prices per te n of 2000 ihe, delivered in any p a r t of tb e old c ity lim it*, o u taid# of w h ich a ■mall c h a rge will be m a d e for c a rtage: Ton $Ton JT«re L u m p . G raic Egg •• Stove C h e s t n u t . . . ■ # 9 15 . 9 15 . 9 75 . 10 00 9 fO 4 70 4 7u 6 00 5 10 4 85 Term* s tr ictly C reb when ordered. GEORGE DA K IN , A g ent. Buffalo, Oct. l* t h , 1869. Ql » ll UBEH CITY COAL YARD, G E N E S E E BRID G E AND E R IE CANAL, AND SU P E R IO R SH E F F IE L D PLATED W ARE, CUTLE# Y, JA P A N N E D TRAYS, ftc.. Per K team er Cuba, A', th e C e n tral A u s tlon Room--, #20 Main street, BY SIIO E C R A F T BROTHERS, Comm«-ncing TUESDAY, EV E N IN G , OCT. 26, at T o'clock P M. n d continue day and e v e n ing du r in g th e week, sill e --Ifere-d a t public rele a splendid assortm e n t -g ENG L I - I I PLATED WAKE arid CU T L E R Y, c -m - prising Soup T u J e n s , E n tr e e Dishes, Tea Sets, A ith U rns »<> m a tch, W a iters frbm lo t e 26 inches, round and oval. W ine Set#, f tr v a k f f r t, D iuuer a n d P ickle Ca»- terx, wliH C u t B u ttles, B u tter Di/fat*. F r u i t Stand*, lee Ihtehefa (tebleU , C e 'e ry Stand*, Cake B a-keta, S a it S tands, fte. Also, Spoons Forks Soup, (>yrster s n d Sauce Lwile*, hm g a , Betrfo-d, L ily a n d Tipped p*tterr.«. Ivory azul 9*arl H a n d le D inner a n d Tea k n ito s , witli PlaUxS H a n d les, in M o tor o Ca es, M-at and G am e Carver* Steel*, A a Table and Dcm.rt'Knives, And nun erou* o t h e r articles. The whole of Um above erood# are f--oin tb e r. brated M a n u factory of l-EA K IN ft hON - Shrffl. d. E n g land, a n d are all well e o r t h y th e a tt e n t «-n f buyer*. Sa'e poeitive. Term* rash. ________________ Jflg-tf Q H A R L E S G. IR ISH , JR ., CITY A U C T IO N , COMMISSION A N I) PUBLIC r r u R B HOUSE, HO# W a shington * t-. Buflalo. Ertabll- ' c l I 57. R e g u lar A u ction Hale*. WEDNESDAY® AND SATURDAY*. g | reta# m advertised. F u r n i tv re, -r -a CnkJo«h, C a rpeting. B lankte*, WaB P a p - r , • ■ . * •tc., e tc.. retailed a t factory pri-re. Office 2W9 Genesee r t . , Buffalo, N. Y. F o r **J<- » good am o rt m et t of all kind* of H ARD AND M sFT COAL, w b o le-ale and retail. C o n s tantly on hand »l«<. a superior qu a lity of H ARD AND SOFT W irOIl fornale. u « ii and uplit, o r In th e itirk , •le/ livered in any p a r t of (he city Dealer* w a n ting *mail lot* of cotd o r wood will do well t e g ir e u* a call b e fore p u n ' asing elsewhere. H. DARLfKO. ALBANY FREIGHT VIA E R I E R A I L W A Y Q O A L , c o a l . FARNHAM f t A L L E N , CO R N E R E R I E A ND RIVKR^dTREETS H a r e on b a n d , a n d f o r «ale a t a ll tim**,PITTSTON and ith ir h a 'l AI*o, E rie be t soft coa B L J i i B J RGH, L E J i O H , SLACK and N UT, s t t -ro ■«; .ri»e» F A R N H AM > ALLK N NION COAL A ND WOOD COM P A N Y , Foot e f O o w t at. A large q u a n tity ot / H A R D A N D S O F T ( X ) A L FOB BALK, And IS#* CORDS O P CANADA WOOD (Beach ■n»e B rte KaDway I* now t a k in g f reig h t t e A m d Maple), « ttb#r i s #tlek o r o m red o r s p lit. rmtm are cbarg-d by th e New York Delivered In s a y p a r t of t t 0 city, tee! Rai If * d S. D. CALDW E L L , U b e r e l deducth-n* n u d e t o d\eler«. A g e e v i l - t f D A R U N G ft MONTAOI B | C. W O ODRUFF * CO., rip fi lyiTACimn m kaleks , 24 and 28 PE A R L TRKKT, BU F F A L O , Keep on h nd an d toan u f a c tu r e t o order paper- of •v e ry r r s f l# , a t W h o lesale Prices. CASH PA ID f e r V I kto d s o f P a y e r stock. W a rehouse of U> N iagara Fail* Paper Mill*. W y. om ing Paper MHte B rie Paper Millo. L C WOOD R U P P , EDW ARD KER8TKNS. ffl M W*n(M.IJTV. OITRK4W <! W l O M K 'T p H R I S T E Y \ JKNKM. V J (Seecresor* t o A r th u r C h riatry.) TATIONRRY, P A P E R , AN D BX.ANK BOOKS PR IN T E R S ' A N D BINDERS* ST^NTK, No#. 260 s n d 262 M a in r t ., Buffalo. ARTH U R CHR1BTE JE N K S g L A N K BOOKS. J . L . C H I C H E S T E H . l u s v r A C T C B n , hippmr, Cmeno! W*i bUg ul RiaJioj O F EVERY DESCRIPTION. #2 W a shington st. f t , ffalo-

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