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K N IG H T S GALLERY, THE BEYT AND LARGEST F R E E EXH IB ITIO N O r PHOTOGRAPHS AND PORCELAIN, Plain azul colored, in the citv. C A L L A N D S E E . Thooe contemplating nice pbotogropiu for the heli- dsys wou'd do we 1 to have their si tiog» now, a< that gives plenty of time, thus avoiding the hu-ry of t!ie last dav*. The p i . ture-* can remain in the gallery until wanted. 1 have the b®»t artists, and tell lin« work the chmpest. W . M . K N I G H T . Buffalo. November 3, 1369. k*-2m C H A R L E S R O S E N A U , 362 M AIN STREET. Haa juet received from Auction Salee, a large and complete assortment of v G C I P t ' E E T H R E A D , Va!-sr . s i * aod F u e l A|f!iqut L j » , L o t h r f e , H A K D E E R GR T ID I T S A C O L L A R ® , NEEDLE WORK,'MACHINE EDGIINJL INDENTING, F I N C i E S , VindelTet. e l v e t i Vibbons R T op . oU ing h . r n o a s , ca r r i a g e to p . , A c ! Z E p H V rtS , C O R S E T S , .. - - , t h e r s is n o t h i n g eq u a l to F r a n k M i l l e r s th e fe e t t h a t e j u l d r e n h » i t n q . M a a d op o n I i .r e , ^ r e d H w t i e n O il R 'aek i n g , p u t u p in n e i g h b o r ’s lan d s . Y o u r s , etc. H e n r y Z iio e l , J u s t i c e of Peace. H . A . S w a r t z . W r are g lad in h a v i n g th i s o p p o r t u n i t y to c.dT e c t t h e e r r o r . T I I E B A E. cam* of v a r io u s sizes c o n v e n i e n t fo r use. S o lti b y h a r n e s s m a k e r s . k l - 6 t H O S I E R I E S A N D G L O V E S , hich will be sold AT VERY LOW PRICES. H e a l in g a i . l M a l a d i e s a t B l o o m e r ’ s H o t e l . —D r . J . R . N e w t o n w ill su r e ly leav e B u ffalo c » x t T u e s d a y ev e n in g . k 2 - 4 t PrtE*EF'.VE YOUR H e a l t h a n d k e e p y o u r fe e t d r y b y u s i n g F r a n k M i ll e r ’s c e l e b r a te d L e a t h e r P r e s e r v a t i v e a n d W a t e r P ro o f O il B lack in g . S o ld b y *koe d e a l e r s g e n e r a lly . k l C t K I D (Superior quality,) AT LOW PRICKS. 3 6 2 K R E M L I N B L O C K . ;e t o n o one. C S a s t o r r C l o t h i n g . — S . B o o s b e r g S p a u l d i n g 's E x c h a n g e , p a y s th e h i g h e s t caah p n c e fo r la d i e s ’ a n d g e n t s ’ c a s t off c l o t h i n g . C a ll a t a t e r e , o r a d d r e > i box 2SS2 Postoffiee. O y s t e r s . — W h o l e s a l e a u d re ta i l, E a g a n & C o ., 251 M a in s t r e e t . A s t r a c h a n S a c q c e s , P e r s i a n Ja c q u e s , •Seal S a c q u e s , M ade a t 291 M ain street, j . l t t t a l B e r g t o l d ft B r o . T h e F l o u r t h a t H o u s e k e e p e r * W a n t . T h y f o l l o w i n g l e t t e r e x p l a i n s its e l f : ’ L o c i s v i l l b , K e n tucky, S e p tem b e r 10,1809. M e s s r s . C u t t e r i t B a i l e y — Gb.nts: O u r W h it e j W heat Roll P a ttry F lo u r took th o prem ium a t o u r S tate Kai*. and is *»id to be th e best in t h i s city. 1 W e-would like to send you one hun d r e d barrel * jn-r •»eepi. P h a s e sell th e flour low , a n d w a r rant i t t.> j _ir» th e beM o f »at:>factior.; if n o t retu r n th r . | bb sjev. R. W . W ilu a m b . ? ’h e a b o v e flo u r is f o r s a l e , a s p e r i n s t r a c P H O T O G R A P H I C V I E W S OF fc’TOREP, MANUFACTORIES, RESIDENCES, Ac. At low rater II. L. BLISS, 379 Main »t. FAMILY SUPPLIES. 1 0 0 1 B U S H E L B A G 'S R O C K S A L T , j For sale by A. M . J O H N S T O N , 72 MAIN STREET. ACTION RESPECTING T IIE DEATH O F FR A N ­ CIS COHNWKLL. P u r s u a n t to th e p u b l i s h e d n o tice, th«.- g e n t l e m e n of th e B a r of E r i e C o u n ty m e t a t t h e o ld C o u r t H o u s e a t h a l f p a s t t w o 1’. M ., o n W e d n e s d a y , t o e x p r e s s th e i r s e n t i ­ m e n ts u p o n t h e d e a t h of F r a n c is E . C o rn- w e ll, E s q . O n m o tio n , J o h n L . T a l c o t t . E s q . , w a a ca lle d t o th e C h a i r . O il t a k i n g h i s sc a t, M r . T a l c o t t a d d r e s s e d to th e m e e ti n g som e v e r y a p p r o p r i a t e an d fe e l i c g o b s e r v a t i o n s s u i t a b l e to th e o c c a ­ sion- Off m o tio n , G e u e r a l J a m e s C. S tro n g w a s | a p p o i n t e d S e c r e t a r y . E. C. S p r a g u e , E s q . , m o v e d t h a t a co m ­ m i tt e e of th r e e bo a p p o i n t e d l»y t h e C h a ir to d r a f t re s o lu tio n * e x p r e s s i n g t h e sen s e of th i s m e e tin g . E C . S p r a g u e , Ja m e s G . B ro w n an d Geo.-’ge B. H i b b a r d , E s q r s , w e r e th e n ap- poir t e d su c h co m m i t te e . __ T h e co m m i t te e p r e s e n t e d th e fo llo w in g i Ho**, a t C u t t e r ft B a iley ’s , 248 W a s h in g t o n j s tre.t, Buffalo' , . i ■ i . : d trfeet. i*2-llm . i Peach Pits want, resc I-.itions, w h ich , on m o tio n , w e r e u n a n i- * * rnoi ply a d o p t e d : j A n o t h e r V ic t o r y . — Ou r A m e r ic a n B ase ! \ 7 , . . . E--orf<l, T h a t b y th e d e a t h of F r a n c is j B u r n e r h a s j u s t t a k e n th e t i n t p r e m i u m a t j E . C o r n w e ll, t h o B a r of E r i e C o u n ty h a s I A m e r ic a n In s t i t u t e in N e w ff o r k . C H O I C E N E W O A T M E A L . For nale by II A X A L L F L O U R . For sale by A . M . J O H N S T O N , 7-2 MAIN STREET. ) I N E H I L L | kept NURSERIES. t snd Ornamental Tree*. G ra;e Tines, kc., itontly oo h and at t'.e office. No. 571 Mam O. ZIMMERMAN B A R R E L S A PACIFIC RAILWAY GOLD LOAN. $ 6 , 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . We beg leave to onnour.oc-that ire ljk\ e Nccej tc.1 the «eui:y of tLe Ka:nas raciflc RailwajCorapany, For (he wile of tta NEW SEVEN PER CENT. THIRTY-YEAR GOLD LOAN, FREE FROM TAX. Thia Loan amount* to #0,500,000. F i r s t U a r t r v ® L a n d C r a n t a n d S l a k i n g F n n d B r a d s , •eeored upon the extension of the Railway from near Sheridan, m Kannea, to Denver, Colorado, a distance dies, of which 12 mJea are completed, and the rent ia under construction. It ir atko a Mortgage opon th t Rood, the Bolling Stock and Franchise of this flnt-cls.** Railway, besidea Uuw running through the btate of Knnsa*, AND IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION FOR AS VILEB weet of the Mimouri river, and earning already enough to meet oil of ita expenae* and existing obli­ gation*, besidea MORE THAN THE INTEREST UPON THIS NEW LOAN. In addition to this the Bond* or# ol*o *emire<i by flrst mortgage of the GOVERNMENT LAND GRANT.OF THREE MIL­ LION ACRES, extending in alternate sections on either side of th* track from the 394th mile po*t In Kanao*to Denver. Hie proceed* of the aale A the*: lands are to be ta- ested by th* Truntees in the 7 p er cent Bonds them velve* up to 120 o r ia U. S. Bonds, as a SINKING FUND FOR TIIE REDEMPTION OF THE BONDS. Tha loud!> embrace tome of th# flnmt portion* ot the magnificent Territory of Colorado, .nciuding * coal field and pinery. Th# .Company alao hold* a* an asaet another tract of THREE M ILLI0NS10F ACRES IN THE STATE OF KANSAS, and although not pledged aa a security for thi* loan, their possession adds largely to the Company's wealth and credit. We estimate ths VALUE OF THE COMPANIES PROPERTY, COV- 1 ERED BY: THIS MORTGAGE, AT #23,-j 000,000 NET, WHILE TIIE LOAN IS MERELY #6,£00,CK)0. The Bonds have THIRTY YEARS TO RUN, from May 1, 1809, and will pay SEVEN PER CENT. INTEREST IN GOLD, semi-annually, on May 1, and Nor. 1, and »re FREE FROM GOVERNMENT TAXATION, the Company paying the tax .. The principal of tho Loan is made payable in gold, in the City of New York, bat each coupon will be payable in Frankfort,London o r N*-w York, a t option of the holder, without notice, at the following rates On 3.000 Bond in New York.$35(r-ld)eachhalf year. L o n d o n .. .. £ 7 5«. 10d. “ F r a n k f o r t . > 7 fr. SO k r t a . , “ The Agent* of the Loan, hef-re accepting the tru* had the Condition of the road, aud the country through which it runs, carefully examined. They are happy to give the Loan m emphatic endorsement UNDER-W E A R . CARTWRIGHT f c WARNER'S, AND OTH HR CELEBRATED MAKER OF Merino aiid All-Wool Undershirt* nnd Drawers. AT POPULAR PRICES, A T KEN.N ETT’ s , 2 7 3 M a i n S t . j n MWF _____ GEORGE B. TRIPP, OF AI.L KINDS OF S H I R T S , W R A P P E R S , D R A W E R ? I.ienViokiea, n I Bosoms, Collars anduffs C HADE TO OBPEK AND FOK SALK.AT No. 11 North Divis *- T copioiib ; te a r s a t b e in g t h e v ic tim o i a sim ilar i n d i c t j m e n t a t th e hand* of one M a r y W h e lan . I T h e s e p a r ti e s re p a i r e d to t h o C o u r t o f Q u a r t e r Session# la s t M o n d a y m o r n in g , w h e n , j w o n d e rfu l t o re la t e , M r. L. d isco v e r e d t h a t th e v a r io u s co in p laiu a u t* , S a r a h G r o s s a n d M a r y W h e l a n w e r e ra t h e r m o re in t i m a t e l y re l a t e d th a n e v e r th e S iam e s e tw i n s . T h e fe m a le— for s h u scarce­ ly deserve* t h s n a tn o of w o m a n — t u r n e d y e l l o w a n d red a t seeing t h e tw o g e u t l o m r n to g e t h e r , an d in a m o m e n t a f te r w a r d s w a.. m a k i n g d o u b le-q u ic k tim e o u t of th e c o u i t room . W h e r e sh e h a d g o n e ih a m y s te r y ; b u t o u r J e r s e y friend* h a d b e t t e r l>e sh a r p n o w , aa sh e p l a y e d th o sam e t r i c k o n th e m a y e a r ago. A* fo r h e r co u n s e l, bu*ine8« m u s t be ra t h e r d u l l e r w i t h h i m th a n u s u a l , I to req u ir e su c h m a n i p u latio n * t o s t a r t it. T h e fire y e s t e r d a y m o r n iu g w a s t h e b u rn ti-g of a co u p le of w h i s k y sh o p s o n th . d o c k fro n t n e a r th o W e lls ele v a t o r . O n ' k i.p t b y a w o m a n n a m e d S te v e n s , a c ti w h ich lean e d ag a i n s t t h e frie n d l y w a ll? < f ttio e l e v a t o r , w a s co m p letely ] destroy* 1 h e o t h e r , se p a r a t e fro m it o n ly b y an a!'ey , in w h i c h it is t h o u g h t som e liv e coal* had b e t a th r o w n w i t h th e ash e s , w a a k e p t by an in d i v id u a l k n o w n aa “ S h o r t y . ' E l k v b n t h W a r d .— W e re g r e t to sa th a t t h e official re t u r n s s h o w t h e electio n *.f M r. S c h c u o v e r M r. H o p k i n s , fur A ld e r f e a n iu t h o E l e v e n th W a r d . T hk TY r a t h e r . —T h e follow ing aro th e m e teorological o b s e r v a tio n s for N o v e m b e r 4 rnken a t t h e Y o u n g M e n '* A s s o c iatio n L i ­ b r a r y b y t h s L ib r a rum - Tim*. Par. Ther. Wind. P • ; A. M. 29:41 50 Calm S. C e 7 ,P M. 29:24 68 S. ■J P. M. *29.2*2 GS \ 9 d o w d y ' L i g h t ra iu a t S P. M . been d e p r iv e d of o n e of its le a d in g c o u n s c lo rs a n d a d v o c a tes, of a le a r n e d a n d ab le law y e r , an u p r i g h t an d d i l i g e n t m a n , an d r. genfflem an of m a r k e d co u r te s y , refin e m e n t an d c u l t u r e ; th a t w e h a v e h e a r d of th e su d d e n t e r m i n a t i o n of h ia e a r t h l y career, in t h e p r i m e of hi* u s e f u ln e s s a n d r e p u t a ­ tio n , w i t h p r o f o u n d so rro w ; a u d t h a t he w ill a l w a y s h o ld an h o n o r e d p lace in th e a n n a l s of th e B a r o f t h i s c i t y a n d S ta t e . Resolc&l ,.T h a t wo h e r e b y te n d e r o u r r e ­ sp e c tf u l s y m p a t h i e s t o M r. C o r n w e ll ’s fa m ­ ily ;;i t h i s t i m e of so rro w a n d b e r e a v e m e n t , aiidB-aa a m a r k of o u r re g a r d fo r o u r de- p a r f ^ d b r o t h e r , t h a t w e w ill a t t e n d hi* fuu-’-ral in a b o d y . Ii'solve,/. T h a t th e /secretary r f th i i an d see it. D u d l e y ft H o o k w e l * 533 M a in s t . , cor. of N o r t h D iv isio n . C o a l T a r C o m p o s it i o n w ill c u r e C a t a r r h Brnn- h i t i s , A s t h m a an d C o n s u m p tio n , w h e n all o t h e r re m e d ies h a v e failed . T h e fu m e s an ; i n h a l e d d i r e c t l y in t o t h e l u n g s , t h u s a p ­ p l y i n g t h e rem e d y ’ t o th e affec ted su r f a c e a s wtjll as t o th e b lo o d . H e a d q u a r t e r s a t No. 17 S o u th D ivision s t r e e t , .Sold by' d r u g - g i r t a g e n e rally '. A . M . J O H N S T O N , 7-2 MAIN* STREET. B l 1 3 U T T E I I . “ 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.1* just been issued by the'American Publish- ! in;/ Company. GEORGE II. ARNOLD,S'2 Reynold’*-J m e e tin g cau*e t h e s e re s o lu t i o n s t o be p u b - j • Rochester, i* the General Agent for th t, pcc - - • iisb h d in th e c i t y p a p e r s , a n d tra n s m i t a • * c*-*~ * ^ From Ihe very best Dairies ui Western New York, for »al«- at 15 East Seneca st. Alan a select a-.sort- m n t of choice iamilyGroceries. _________________ IIUBBEI.L .It POTTER. H AXALL F L O U R , co p y to M r. C o r n w e ll’s fam ily . C n m o tio n of H o r a t io S e y m o u r , J r . , Esq . it w a s reso lv e d t h a t th e m e m b e r s of th e B a r m e e t a t t h e O ld C o u r t H o u a s , a t half- p a s t o n e o ’c loak, T h u r s d a y afte r n o o n , an d a t t e n d th e fu n e r a l of M r. C o rn w e ll in a body. On m o tio n of S. B. P o r t e r , E s q ., tb o | m e e ti n g a d j o u r n e d . J o h n L. T a l c o t t . C h a i r m a n . J a m e s C. S t r o n g , S e c r e t a r y . t>f the State. He baa ap|->iutt d Messrs. George B. Briggs and George M. Hew itt to act as convasseif f. r Buffalo. Persons desiring the book can leave their addresses i the ccfuiiting-room of this office, a rd the canvass r». will call upon them. MANUFACTURED» T H O R N T O N j21 3m NATH’NAL MILLS. No. 212 Eric st. AND FOR SALB BY & C H E S T E R , B A R N E S & B A N C R O F T . JU S T R E C E IV E D , 5000 YARDS ENGLISH SERGE, AT THK A S T O N I S H I N G L Y L O W P R I C E OF 25 C E N T S PER YARD. BARNES A BANCROFT, 2 5 9 M a i n S t r e e t . I U F F A L O A C A D E M Y O P MURIC. FRIDAY EVHmtO. MOYr.MREE 5. Farewell m t. BDwnr p o e e e s t . When be will sppsar, by urgent requ##*, in Bulwer'* — ^ RICHBLIKP. Snpportea by ths pcptffar young artUl*. MIL WM. HARES AMD MISS LILLIE, Together with tbe entire Dramatic C.mi any MATIMHE BAn’RDAY ATt P M. ^k'.ariay nixbt, benefit ot E L. MORTIMER, Wheawill appear the Buffalo Favor.te, J. T. Wh*e. lack. C O A L COAL. H l g h w l n m , A lcoU o i. K tc. THOM AS C l.a KK, successor *'lark k Brow n , R e c tifying D istiller, - <>rn*-r i t W a shington and Perry ,treets, B r f f .de, r r r m t a o t u r e r »nd dt-sier in Hi-_-h- w incs. A lcohol. P u re S p irits. Cologne S p ir its, K r - i - fle.i W h isky, Old R y e W u iaky, D o m estic Brandies a n j Gin. W a n t e d , a L i c e n s e . — D e p u ty M a rshall 1 'olca arrested a woman named Koxa Jea- dran, W ednesday m o rning, for retailing liquor in a saloon, No. 11 Elm atreet, w i t h ­ out au especial license. She was taken b e ­ fore U n ited States Commissioner Gorham and bound to appear a t th e n e x t t e n s of the C o u rt iu A u b u rn, which commences on the 22 d of thi* m o n th. D e a t h o k a n E m i g r a n t ’? C h i l d . W e d n esday night a fam ily nam e d Brain luva, from Breisam, G e rm a n y , reached this city via the C e n tral R a ilroad on t h e ir w ay t.« A ttica. W h ile a t th e depot, one of their children named M innie, aged one year, was aiezed w ith convulsions, and d ied. Coroner W a la h exam ined th e rem ains, and then p e r m i t t e d the parents t o convey them tu A t t i c a . TRANSFUSION OF BLOOD A CURIOUS SURGICAL OPERATION. | F rom t h e New York Pu*t. | The Medical Record for O stober 1 pub­ lishes an account by Dr. Joseph Buchser, of th is city, of a successful operation of a kind commonly dreaded and avoided by the m o st skillful surgeons. T h e patient, a young G e rm a n woman, lost m u ch blood after an attack of typhu- fever, became reduced in strength, and w a i j apparently dying. A b a last hope, D r . Hushser proposed to her husband th is dan- f areas o p e ration of a transm ission of h e a lthy lood from his vigorous body into her veins. T h e husband consented; and l>r. D u leke, who wa* called in consultation, as­ sisted at th e experim ent. T h * following account is given of w h a t ooeurred: •‘A fter a satisfactory trial of. t h e tranefa sion syringe of Pallenburg-Landoi*, we proceeded to th e operation. W e bandaged b a r rig h t npper arm , previously having I done t n e same to her vigorous and h e a lth . ! Io l i c k C o u r t . H e rm a n n Jackson, tlie husband, aged tw e n ty-seven. A graduated j lad who waa arrested for s e tting lire to th e glass, r e a d y to receive th e blood, and sy r- j b a rn, No. 413 Seueca street, on Tuesday, ■ng. w e re ly.ng m the waU-r uf forty-,in.,. ha9 K,£n 5£nt to Fath(.r H m e a . Rl.forajatcr> deg. C. I h e m edian basilic vein w as th e j , , , m o st prom inent, I made an incision of an y u , ^ice * a n derpocl. A g a d k m y o» M u sic. — F o rrest’s “ Othello\ was w itnessed by another large and e n th u ­ siastic audience last evening. The charac­ te r is one w e ll suited to M r. Forrest's pov ers, and although its perform ance can seartiely be com p a red w ith his “ R ichelieu’ J or ' ‘V irgiuius,\ still ho gives it a m a sterly i im j ?r 8 onation; indeed, such an one as is I selc-om seen in Buffalo. The entertainm e n t of 1 'ist night was highly relished. This evening “ Richelieu” will be given by request, and E d w in F o rrest w ill m ak a his last appearance in this city, probably forever. N e a r ly every seat in th e th e a tre has already been sold for th is occasion, and j if there are y e t any persons desiring tickets for to-night, th e y had b e tte r be expedi­ tious in th e ir m o v em ents. 1 ^-m o rrow evening M r. E. L. M o rtim e r wil/ take a benefit. J . F. W h e e lock, who i* n tw in tow n , w ill appear o n t h e occasion. Glits*, G i n s . # , ttla u a . tfiQO Boxes W indow G lass, a ssorted sizes. PLATE GlfA-bS FO R STORES AND D W E L L INGS a*. Le#- th#n Eastern Prices. 50,000 lbs. W H ITE LEA L , 10# bbla. LINSEEL) O IL F o r sale bv A. R E Y N O l D9 & CO., 191 Ms st. and 40 Lloyd s t , Buffalo, N. Y. j IM K C X A T 1 0 S A L I M S T E I A L IX R I B iT lO L N O T IC E T O T H E PU B L IC . j Th* b read baked in th e Stew a rt Cook S to r e a t th e IN D U S T R IA L EX H IB ITIO N , i is m a d e from th e H A X A L L F I . O U R , M ANUFACTURED A ND SOLD BV THORNTON & CHESTER, NATIONAL MILL':, No. 212 Ene rt. j L o n n e r f l r n t K t r e I n n r s n r e C o m p a n y , I of H a rtford. C a p itol, >200,000. W M. O. SM ITH , Atrent, 4 Brown’s B u iidiog, Buffalo, N . Y. UjfTAiNKD L kttkrs . —T h e following le t ­ ter* are detained a t th e Buffalo Postoffiee K c s a w a y a n d A c c i d e n t - W e d n esday | for non-paym e n t of postage, and w ill be afternoon while Patrolm a n W illiam Mooni-v was driving along M ichigan street, b i s Iiorse became frightened near Exchange s t r e e t and ran aw a y w ith him , and t b - buggy collided w ith th e cattle yard omui- iiua. Mr. Mooney was throw n to tb e p a v e ­ m e n t and badly bruised about the head and ^boulders. The light buggy w as pretty well used up by the collision. sent to th e Dead L e tter Office Nov. 6 , Chas. Strauss, Buffalo; W m . E. Barnes MaUch Chunck, P a .; Jo h n B. K o a u th, Ciouinnati, O . ; W m . E. H e w itt, cily; M. J . , Buffalo, N. Y. T h k m k n ix j u s S e n s a t i o n : W o n d e r s w i l l N b v k h G e a s k ! T h e E’e o p l e M a r v e l M u c h !—I t does sec-m from the xesulti achieved by Dr. Darrin, th e healer, th a t the J a r s of m iracles aro not passed. Men and women are brought to his rooms, at BoRjiey’s H o tel, on beds and others cu c r u s h e s , and are healed so t h e y w a lk away as ik, d a y s of old. T h e re is c o longer any Iln r t f o r t l F i r e in t u v a n r c C o i n i t a n y . C h a rtered in 1S10. Ca..!i C a p ital, #1,000,000. WM. C. K.Mi r ! I , A g e n t, 4 Brown’* Buil.lii.gs, Buffalo. N. Y. P h o e n ix F i r e I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y . of H a rtford. C apital, #000,000. WM. C. SM ITH A g e n t, 4 B row n 's Building*, Buffalo, N. Y. BnlTnlo T y p e F o u n d r y And PR IN T E R S ’ W A R E H < 'USE -furnishes every article required m th e p r in tin g business t o any ex­ te n t desirod, r.n a s reasonable term s as a n y Foundry in t h i s c o u n tr y . A lso, E EOTKOTYPING in all its variety. A iso, type adapted f o r t>ick * MHiiiiikT M v hiae. N. b f l l A N . \ O T ! ( I S . inch in length, and disco ;ted thu s k iu till th a Teasel a p p e ared, covered by its sheath. T h e cellular tissue of th e vein was raised and cu t, a soude introduced in the hollow, th e c e llular tissue in both directions sepa­ rated , and t h e vein wa* free. “ A n eared c u rved soude, provided w ith tw o silk t h r e a ds. was pushed under the vein; b o th thread* w are separated at a du- tanoc of about six. T h u s by raising theae threads every flux and retlux of blood was impossible, at tho same tim e the inff-ix of nir a f ter tho opening of th e vein was prevented. ** W e then proeeded to tho venesection o ' th e husband. —uring • C h ristian Zeigler was fin e d five dollars this forenoon f o r araault a n d battery on George W o rster. Jo h n Gaffney, for a s sault a n d h a ttery u p o n C a tharine O’Brien, was allowed t e settle on j.ay m e n t of five dollars costs. F ir e s . —W e d n esday night at about e i g h t o’clock a m an happening to see th e glare of the furnaco fire in T ifft’s Foundry, corner of Fly au 1 B a ta v ia streets, caused an alarm to be sounded, whioh drew out a portion o f D a pow e rful flow o f ; th e fire departm e n t. Tho firemen only had blood a solution of carb. soda, NaO+CO, w a s a d d e d — 2 grains to dr. ij. a q . ; as far as it united w ith th e blond the same took r. lively red color. Lifting tho vein, a V shaped incision was m ade w ith a sm all s c is ­ sors. Tho large syringe of Eulenburg Lau- dois waa rapidly filled, surrounded by a w a rm c loth, th e canule affixed, the air e x ­ pelled, and t h e point of th e syringe intro­ duced into t h e r e i n about 12. The trana fusion of about tw o ounces was easily ac­ complished. A t once a decided resistanco w e e felt; im m e d iate change of th e canuie proved of ^no avail. The syringe was w ith a good run for their pains. Y e s terday m orning, probably betw e en tw o and t h r e e o’clock, a genuine fire occur red upon tho dock near Illinois' street, a saloon and building adjoining being d e ­ stroyed. T h e loss we h a v e n o t learned, but understand t h a t i t is quite scve.ro. ] S e r i o u s A c c i d e n t . * — J . B. Young, Esq., of W illiamsville, was W e d n e s d a y badly in- I n n , t h . c n u l e d e t* 4 . ,f r « o L m i a t 7 d i ' “ T * by * fa)1 from * t r \« » ! > « • »>° » « blood w a s found in it. Syringe and canule j Sathering a p p les. A lim b on w h ich he wm w i r e em p tied and cleaned, about three \ -tending broke, and M r. Young was u'eci- ODT.CM of f re.h blood n-cr. r e t i r e d ia tho | pitatod to th e ground, a distance of t w e n t y I c r - d in u r n m e n t, and above one ounce was a c ain ; __ . , «„ - \ I ou: __ ia j s c t o d . IN S U R A N C E Js O T IC E . —T H E UN- 1. tlersiirreii having di posed of h s in terest in his ul 1 e s tah lu h e d Agency t > S tringer k Cady, G eneral Insurance A g e n ts , t c>e gentlem e n will, from and .o jer th is <iat--, represent th e H a r tfo rd , l'hum ix, a ::d Cn; n< c licu t F ir e Insurance CV-mpanics and tran s a c t al- businessn-Iative th e r e to in th is city. he undersigned can be found th e office of S lR I N G f c li & CADY. No. .’> Main stre e t , w h e re he wfll he pleased to oc his old friends and patrons, life a!i> takes th is o p p o rtu n ity of th a n k in g th e public D r th e generous patronage h e retof re extended to him . a n d tru s ts t h a t th e sam e m a r be couth ued to h » successors. VVM. C. SMITH, b u ffalo, Nov. I s ’. 1309. k 3-2w D i s s o l u t i o n o f g g p a k t n e r ^ ship —The f i r n of HASTINGS Si OTTO i i th:s day dissolved by m u tu a l consent. A ll outstanding c la im s ,«ith e r in favor or against said firm , a i ll be settled bv e ith e r p a rtv. C. J . HASTIN G S , Buffalo, N o r. 1 , 1MJ9. LOUIS OTTO. A C # KD.—T h e undersigned will r n n t in ’:e th e Real E state B rokerage and Commission Business in all its branches a t th e old office <-.f II n s t i n . s & O tto , 8 Hhown's B u ilding, w h e re, hy stri :t atten tio n to busi- hoj.es to m e r it a continuance of th e i n . t r . m . n t , m i .b o v e o n . ouu c . , s „ , , „ t ; , ^ ouW„ b U d , b„ k j S k i n ™ , of Bi* T r , , . Now York, r h e r . . I m atiom t h i r t e e n yeara, cured. M r. C. A ro o p for doubt b u t t h a t Dr. D. is doing a n##s, h .. _ .................................................... vas - d e a l of good, as is shown by the I\!- * titeral patronage of his friends and tbe general pub- low.pg Km m .lone w ith c n t m e d i a e , r ' - su rg e r y : J . H. f*fan, 217 W e s t Tupper ___ 1- streyt, rheum a tism six years, and his wife i NOTICE.—'The undenk'ned has rr-moved his office w itti neuralgia, both cured ; M rs. John K u d e r, J a m e s tow n , Fa., lunacy, restored to sanity ; J . M. M iller, Angola, dyspepsia and liv e r c o m p laint, cured ; J. N. Frost, No. Evens, h e a rt disease eight years, re­ stored ; Fred. A. H itchcock, Know lesville, U rbans county, N e w Y’ork, paralysis of neck of the bladder tw e n ty j ’ears, cured ; Mrs. K u d e r, of Turncrsville, Pa., w rote back t h a t she w as c u red three m o n ths ago of spinal com p laint; Mies E. H a ines, 12 Elk street, dyspepsia cured ; M r. B. Snyder, D u n k irk, asthm a anti seminal weaknes* ten years, cured ; M ary Beauford. Bnffalo, fr- { male w eakness c u r e d ; Kev. A. G. i Brown, of th is city, deaf seven I years, cured w ith tw o treatm e n ts . The - njMeu daughter of a w e ll-knowu c le rgym a n of this j \h.M.. Vurn,,r cf x . w Y o r*. city has been enterely cured of a chroi.ic ; 1 nited states District J u >ge for the Norn diarrhea of five years duration. A. K. * ' ” V' ”1’ *'* nt Jones, Tonaw a n d a , fever sore on limb tw e n ty-five years cured. M rs. W right, Buffalo, swelled neck, or goitre, cured M iss W a tson, of this city, fits nine year*, cured four m o n ths ago. A n d rew L y n d , of 287 N o rth Division street, catarrh, bron­ chitis and lung trouble, cured. Mr*. H. Petoey’s daughter, of 112 N o r th Swan street, partially blind fourteen years, con­ tinues to see perfectly. M rs. A . Perkins, 42 C a rroll street, h e a r t disease four year.?, th ree m o u ths ago. Palm e r; . ! •‘The patient, who’goul I not possibly «n tertained th a t th e unfortunate I \ f a a Slyke, 160 Franklin street, dyspept aniuathetized, underw e n t thu operation i gentleman was injured internally; b u t we j p a ins through lungs and stom a c h five year?, , . . i trn8t t h a t «uchis not the case, and t h a t wo enreft. M r. A. C. D u n n , Concord, gravel ‘ I feel b e tt e r .’ She relished a t once a glam of c laret a n d water. “ I n t h r e e q u a rters of s a hour th e opera­ tion w e e a ccom plished. Pulse imm ediately a f ter t h e operation h a d fallen to 116, respi- ratione, 16. One hour later, pulse los, respirations, 18. “ D a r in g th e afternoon p a tient felt very again soon entiroto ^ , j '* u * | pi lea restored. E. W e ston, 176 N o r th Di- . * ecoverod from his m - (treet, sciatic rheum a tism eighteen ^ r^ ‘ I m o n ths, perfectly cured. Jo h n M c G rath, C a rtpll street, tum o r on shoulder, cured B ody I d e n t i rin> . T h e body of the uian reported in the last edition as having been fouud in the ship canal haa been identified a* t h a t of Franois V an W o ert, of No. 10C hungry and th irsty ; took lig h t food and W ashington btreot. Mr. Van W o e rt, drank a pin t bottle of claret. Evenimr %vh.. was a carpenter, left his home e ight rV2‘*.’ ’ *LmPera^ur# j weeks ago last Tuseday m o rning w ith tbo T h > ( m t « t t - l i n in ! jat»»t'.)o of w o rkiag on » h o t u . be „ u ' V , a choice K m rtucky W i - j k , f i r , m : th s possibility ui ; j ’ g coagulated building ou M a ryland street, a n d nothing cinal u>« go to S w i f t ft H u s teu. k ’ 2 5 - t f A lbert Bock, Angola, s p inal difficulty and paralysis of both lim b s, could n o t w a lk ; w»S c u red and left c rutches in ton m inutes. M rs. W . B u rton, Ja v a V illage, ( bow stop­ ping a t 386 Seneca strest), catarrh, b r o n ­ chitis, and fteaf for y e a rs, aud th o u g h t to be near h e r end—cured. Dr. D a rrin will rem ain un til December first. B row n * H u il'lint; (n e x t >1 o r fo tb e office f irm erlv uccti) io i b y Haotin-.-s j : O tto), w h e re he wi'l continue t!:« Real E s tate Commission Bu-ines* in a!! of it* b r a n d ei as form e rly, am i rc-pec'.fi: ly solicffs tiie patronaire of th e public g eneral! v. Wl C. J . I IAS T I S . 4 B r.-un's Bull ling r P K E E S , T K E K S .— N OW IS T H E T IM E fo r sittin g o u t .-hade trees. T u a Mubscribcr “ o u offer t o th e public several thousand oi th* flitrrt elm sn d che*t ut tree* th e r e is in th e S tate, frem t * o to th ree and one-lialf inches in d iam e ter, an.l fram tw e lve to eighteen feet h gh; has raised them from th e see I. T h o r are th r if ty and well rooted. Those who are w a n ting shade trees to ®ct in th# street,<>r in law n s, r a n b : s u : plied in any q u a n ti ­ ty , large o r sm all size, of th e above k in d 4, a ’ reason able price* U'M. H o D G E , '.'83 D e l.w a re st., Buf- i a i x • j2'2-TF7t 'Y 'O T I C E IS H E K E B Y G I V E N T H A I _i_N th e 18th d a y o f N o v e m b e r^utviag been derig- d by th e 1’resident <-t th s U n ited S tate-, a n d by T h a n k * .iving Day. i New Y o rk, upon th e application of th e •od. has determ ined to ad jo u r n tlie term of t o t*TiUf«i St ite# D istrict C o u rt f o r th # sai 1 L istrL t, »[>;*■ i r t c d t ■ h e h*:li n t A u b u rn on th e i6 th day of N o v e m b e r p r o x ., un til M onday h e 22d day of No­ vember* , Perw .ra l a n o g b u - ! n « . «U h I h . u i d C o u rt n i l .ttri.d t h e nuni- »t th . d t y o t A d h u rn a t 2 o I. *ck in t h . a /ten .o o n ot M oti.I.v th e 22 d o f - N o .em b e r ls o i Y O U R FLOUR D O E S SUIT. F R E N C H D O Y L E , W H O L E S A L E G R O C E R S ,FLO U R AN D OATMEAL D E A L E R S 66 M AIN T MWF T H E M A I L S . M W ILLIAM D O K - H E iJitR , U n ited M ate# A ttorney. _____________ t h e c a r s o f t h e _ _ BiifLtlo .Street Railroad Co, in receiving and landing passenger.-, wiii .to p only *t th e fu r th e r cro«air. a t al! internee m g it- wn.ere th e r e are two crn##«alks. JA S . H . SM ALL, S u p t. j* -P-: H e r e a f t e r W O O I t C N W A K E . Q O D P F .R A G E . T K. PLUMBLY, Tank and O isterc B u ilder, and dealer in new anc second hand barrels, tan k - , hoops, staves and head All kin d s of C o o p e rage co n s tantly o n hand anc m ade in th e neatest style snd w a r r a n t's!. O u tside j >bbing d o n e at all tim e s a n d on th e m o r t reasonah]# •rm - . No. 9S W aaLington s t . , en tr a n c e on Peff} eVwuen Main a n d W a B iingtoit «ts. B l I L P W C , J 8 AAC H t LLO W A Y , D e a ler in LmklMigT MIKHfM FLAGGING, CURBING, FLATKORiLr' !>oc-r Olid Wi?ri Capa aLl hlil4, i:-t> , ct Office a i d Y a rd c- r»>r:' f Mi- ' i^an '-# '. th Main aniliaxni>urg C.u.a i. A IL A R R A N G E M EN T S — POST OF F IC E , BU F F A L O , M at (I, 1869. - H e r e a f t e r un til fu r t h e r notice, t h e Mail? a t th is office will be closed as follows, viz: Batavia, R o c h e s ter, Syracuse, U tica, Trov and Os­ wego, at 6.20 a m ., and 5.25 j>. m. C a n a n d a igua, A u b u rn and G eneva, daily a t 1.55 p. m . and 7.30 p. m. New Y o rk, d a ily ,at 1.30 p. m . 5.25 pm. a n d 7.30p. m On<- Mail on Sundays, c losing at 12 30 p tn. A lbany, Schenectady and B o ston, at 5.‘25 p. m . a n d 7.30 p. m. On Sunday only one Mail sent e a s tw a rd, v ia th e C e n tral R. IL, supplying all th e offices e x c e p t th e sm all way offices, closing a t 12.30 p. in. All Eastern Mails m a d e up on Sunday close a t 12.30 p. m. W a s h ington a t 1.30 a n d 7.30 p. ni. Philadelphia and B a ltim o re daily, a t 1.30 p .m . and 7.8\ p . m. Mails f o r all places hetw e en Buffalo a n d New York and connecting r o u tes via th e C e n tral IL R. Postal C a r., a t 7.30 p. m . Way Mail betw een R o c h e s ter and Syracuse, old ro a d , a t 7.30 p. m. Way Mail betw e e n Tonaw a n d a and B a tavia, a t 1.10 p. nt. W av Mall b e tw e e n N iagara Falls a n d R o c h e s ter, a t 10.20 a. m . W ay Mail b e tw e e n Buffalo a n d C o rning, via Avon, at 0 . i\o a. m. Way Mail betw een A ttica a n d H o m e llsville, a t 6.10 Mail v ia N o r th e r n C e n tral R a ilroad th r o u g h Penn­ sylvania, a t 6.1\ a. ra. ' Way M ail, E rie R ailw a y , from H o m e llsville, east, ■4.40and 7.3\ n. m . from Horne-llsville, w e s t, 7.30 p m . ; via D u n k irk, 7.30 p. m. B a lance of E a s tern M ail,o.25 p. m ., 7.30 p. m . S p ringville, d a ily (except Sundays), a t 1.30 p. m. Buffalo an i W ashington K aiiroad and V o rksaire, dailv (except Sundays), a t 8.40 a. in. C larence, dailv( e x c e p t Sundays), a t 1.30 p .m . Ea*u H a m b u r g , G lenwood, Colden, Griffin's Mill# and W ert Falls, dailv ( e x c e p t Sundays), at l.S -lp. m E rie, C leveland, Toledo, Chicago, Cin in n a ti, St. Louw, and M ilwaukee at 11.15 a . m . and 7.3\ p. m. O v e rland to C a lifornia, a t 11.15 a m. Balance of th e W estern Mail a t 7.3u p . m. Way Mail betw e en Buffalo and Toledo, O ., a t 7.S0 P ^ W e s tern Mail is m a d e up on Sunday, closing at 4 p. m. L o c k p o rt M ail, daily (except S u n d a y s), a t 2.50 p .m . and 7.30 p. m. Buffalo fc Lake H u ron Railroad, daily (except S u n ­ days) a t 7.30 p. m. T o ronto, C. W ., H a m ilton G. W . R. R. and Mon­ treal at 10.20 a m. and 5 25 r». m. D e troit, d a ily (except Sundays), a t 10.20 a . m and 5.25 p. m. Lewiston a t 7.40 a m. N iagara Fall# a n d Suspension Bridge a t 7.40 a. ns. and 5.25 p . m . A .sec nd m ail ii m a d e u p on S a turday for Black Rock, Tonaw a n d a a n J N o rth Buffalo, c losing a t 5.25 p. m. P ostal C ar AltRA.NGEJacsT8.—Postal Car* are e ^ tabhshed on th # E rie Rai.wav and New Y o rk C e n tral and H u d son River Kaiiroads t o New Y o rk C ity, a n d on th e Lake Shore Railroad to Toledo, Ohio. L e t­ ters con be m ailed on th e c >r* f o r all point# Eaat a n d West o n th e line of the#* roads up t o 6.40 a. m . on th e Erie Railw a y ; 6 30 a. m. on th e Lake Shore Railroad; l l j«. iu. and 4.40 a m . on t h e New York C e n tral R a ilroad. The Postoffiee opens a t 7 30 a m . and c lores a t 7.30 p. m. Lm S u a d a y s , open from 9 to 10a m . and from 2 to 4. p . . m THOMAS BLOSSOM. P. M. FIRST-CLALS INVESTM ENT, jn every respect perfectly s u re, and in acme eseentii even B E T T E P .TH A N GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. The Bond* will he sold f o r t h e present at 96, AND ACCRUED IN T E R E S T , BOTH IN C U R R&NCY, th e Agent# reeerving t h e r i g h t to advance th e rite. The atten tio n of investors is invited to these well secured bonds, which we rc-eimuncnd a# one of the m o st profitable investm e n ts in th# m a rket. Gold a n 1 G o v e rnm e n t Securities taken in paym e n t vt t h e ir m a rk e t value, w ithout commissions. Pam p h lets, w ith m a p s g iving f u ll inform a tion, sent n application. D A B N E Y , M O R GA N , ft CO., No. '5 3 .E x c h a n g e Place,JN . Y. M. K. J E S U P J t GO., a# No. 12 Pine S tr e e t, fc. Y. I V S I U W C K . T L I F E IN S U R A N C E A G E N T S . 1 8 6 9 . ANTHRACITE COAL CO., FOOT O F G E N E S E E ST. wfi! sell un til f u r t h e r notice th e m celebrated eooji at tho follow ing p rices per to n of 2000 lba, delivered in a n y p a r t of th e oid c ity lim its, outside of w h ich a ■mall c h a rge w ill be m ade for c a rtage: Ton (T o n (Ton L u m p ............................................. (9 40 4 8 0 2 5 \ Grata ....................................................... 9 40 4 80 2 fP E g g ............... alu 00 5 10 2 65 Bt- ve ....................................................... 10 60 5 35 2 75 Chc-Btnut............................................... 9 75 6 00 2 60 Term s s tr ictly Gash w h en ordered. GEORGE D A K IN , A g e n t. Buffalo, Nov. 1,1869. Q K N U I N E ~ LACKAWANNA COAL F u r M a n u facturing and D om estic use,w h ich is m ired and shipped only hy TP?' HUW1U AND HIBNK CAM CH. Tlie undersigned a re now prepared to receive or- iera for the above superior quality of coal, which will bi- screened a n d delivered In good condition in quantities to s u it purchasers. Prices for th e p r r te n t, p e r ton of 2000 ibe, delivered w ithin th e old city lim its, a re as follows: Ton. ( Ton. J T-m. G ra e .............................. $*» 40 4 SO 2 50 E g g .................................. 10 W) fi 10 2 f>5 3to r e ............................... 10 50 6 35 2 75 C h e s tn u t ........................ 0 75 6 00 2 55 Also, Blossburg, Lehigh L a m p and prepared o a l , Scotch a m i A m e rican Pig Iro n , F ir e B n c k , e t c , wholesale a n d retail. Also, A g e n ts f< r the sale - >f p u re CONNELLSVILLE COKE, m a n u factured l»y th e P ittsb u r g h fc Conncilh ville Coke Company. O. R. W ILSON & CO., ________ 96 Ohio s t., co m e r Mississippi. BLACK DIAMOND COAL. JO S E P H F 0 R K E R ft CO.. M INERS AND SH IPPE R S O F BLACK DIAMOND COAL. j28-6t _________ SH A R P S V ILLE, M ercer Co , P a . C O A L A N D ~ C O K E . WEBSTER &REDERICK. F \«T IC E AND YARD , 219 E R IE ST., TO COIT SI.1P, Will sell genutn# L a c k n w a ra, Scranton, Pitts- ton, a n d o th e r hard coals. Aiso, E rie and Cleve­ land bust ao f t c o a ls, B loasburgh, s o ft n u t and slack for s team purposes a t t h low o rt m a r k e t price,w h ich wi!; ?>e screened and delivered in good co n d ition, in quai.tities to su i t p u r o h a r e r a B ranch office No. 9 W. Swan st. A L B tt'J & BY R N E , Agent*. Ei LIS W E B S T E R , P. C FR E D E R ICK . T H E PA C IFIC M UTUAL L IF E INSURANCE COM P a NY O F CA L IFO R N IA I* r o w organizing G e n e ral Agenci s for th e various S tates and T e r ritories. Succes-ful solicitors and a. e n t* w ishing1, to o h tiin ap p o intm e n ts to territo r y on l i b e 'a i term s will apply to SCHRElBlCK fc HOW E L L , G e n e ral A g e n ts, 37 a o d 39 Second st.. Sacram e n t--, C a lifornia, or Ua Lasalle r t , Chicago, o r to J . Hen tv A p p legate, fco. 202 B oadw a v New York. I.ELAN D k> i’AN FORD, President. JO S E P H C R A C K B o N , Secretary. kS-WS H. F I S H , C. B. A R M S T R ONG, E. P. F 11 FISH &RMSTRONG, A G E N E R A L I N S U R A N C E A G E .N ’ Y Office N o . 56 M ain 8 t . , Buffalo, N . Y. LIVERPO O L f t LONDON f t GLOBE IN S . CO. IN T E R N A T IO N A !. IN « . CO . N E W YORK. FIR E M A N ’S FU N D IN S . CO ., SAN FRANCISCO. A L B A N Y CITY tFIR fc f t M A R IN E ) IN S . CO., P E O P L E 'S F I R E INS. CO., W O R C E S T E R , MASS. N O R W ICH FIK K IN S . CO., N O R W IC H , CONN. W E sTC H K S T E R COUNTY M A R IN E IN S . CO., N E W R O C H E L L E . 8TA T E F IR E INS. CO., C L E V E L A N D , O. TRAV E L E R S ’ INS. O X . H A R T F O R D . N E W YORK L I F E IN S . CO. N E W YORK T HE BUFFALO FIRE ANIUtf AHINE IN S U R A N C E CO M P A N Y . F o r m e r ly th e MUTUAL IN S U R A N C E COMPANY O F BU F F A LO C H A R T E R E D IN 1S43. ASSETS JA N U A R Y 1 , '6 9 .................... $ 4 6 7 , 1 2 6 7 7 Wm. Lovering, J r . . Sec. S. S. Je w e t t , P resident. Thos. P . Sears, W t Ste. J . M. R ichm o n d , V. Pre*-. O F F IC E 4.8 M AIN STREET. B U F F A L O C I T Y INSURANCE COMPANY. M i tt, 10 H a ig Street anO 5 O n t r a l M u r CAPITAL A ND S L R P L I S . ................ O T P R KUO,-Jft Securely inverted in G o v errim c n t B o u d a Solicit# F I R E A ND LA K E INSURANCE. DIRECTORS. W illiam G. Fargo, A . Reynolds, Jam e* Bray ley, R u fus L. H o w a rd, Ja m c q j f t M atthew s, O. P. Mhm#de!l, S. O. B a m u ra, Pascal P. P r a tt , 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 rris, A d rian R. B o o t, George W. Tifft, S tephen G. A u s tin, R ichard Bullym o re, S. S. G u thrie, H illiatn H. Glenny L. K. Plim itton, C. J . H a m lin, 8. G. C o rnell, Jam e s H. M etcalfe, la. R. Fam e s, E. B. Sm ith, Jo h n G reiner, Jo h n H . V o u g h t, T h o m p son Herse#. WM. O. FARG^>, President. A. REYNOLDS, V te-P r e r id e a t. H E N R V T. SM ITH, Secretary. E. D. LACY. A ssistant Secretary.___________________ Q I F E , F I R E A N D M A R I N E I N a S U K A N C E . M TNANSURANCE I CO., H A R T F O R D , OONN. ioeorpora’ed 1819. C h a rter PerpetuoL Pa*i up C a p ito l........................................................03,600,001 L. J . H B N D E E , President. J . GOODNOW, Secretary. ASSETS Ja n u a r y 1,1339, a t m a rk e t value. H on hand and in b a n k ........................ 0592,629 67 Real e s tate........................................................... 253,319 14 M ortgage b o n d s .............................................. 894,7\0 Ou B a n k sto c k ......................................................... 1,307,330 00 U n ited States, S tate and City 3lock and o th e r P u b d e S e c u r ities ............................ 2,102,25 0t3 Total- • ................................... Plain-.I n o t due a r.d u n a d ju s ted .. Lowe# paid in 50 y e a r s .................. J . T . H O O L E & C O . , DKALEK9 IS HARD ASD SOFT COAL. O F F ICE ....................... 4 K. Division #t., Buffalo, N. J. T. HOOLE. E. L. HEDSTROM. Q H. D U D L E Y ft CO., W h o le sale sn d Retail D ealers in SUGAR LOAF. LEHIGH. SPRIN G BROO K, FRANKLIN, P1TTSTQI, LACKAWANNA, BLOSSBUBfiH, LKIi a x d c l e v e l a n d ; c o a l . Principal Office CO R N E R E R IE AND TERRACE STS. y a r d , f o o t . o f e r i e s t . Buffalo, April 21. ISOB. Q O A L , C O A L . D r FOREST ft COYE, O F F IC E 4 7 * GENESEE ST., OPPOSITE T H E GAS WORKS, H ave on hand , nd tor sale at th-. lowest pric*, th* burt qualities .,{ g n UMiNOL’S, ANTH R A C ITE and liLOSSBL’KG COALS. d e f o r e s t * c o y e . Buffalo, i-ilv 74 1^-69. B A R N E S & B A N C R O F T , y S U M a i n S f x a e t . CASH HOUSE. BREAK IN PRICES. PR IN T S , l« io , 10 CASES DRESS GOODS AT 25c, W ORTH 40c 600 PlE C E S fFL A N N E L S AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES 8 0 0 Pieces C a ssim e res, 75«; $1 OS AND 01 25 PER YARD. IMMENSE BARGAINS. BARNES ft BANCROFT, 2 5 0 M a i n S l r e e t , g T . J A M L S H A L L . LAST N IG H T B I T O N E O F T H E RICHINCt* E N G L I S H O P E R A C a roline R:.#h?hg* B e r n a r d ............. S E A S O N . Wreotre** T H IS FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEM B E R 5 B E N E F IT O F MRS. C. R, BERNARD. W h en will be prerented, f i m tim « by th is org a n iza­ tio n , th e O p e ra uf L a t r a v i a t v . W ith t b e follow ing s p o n iid eort; G e o rgi\ G e n u o u t ................................... Henry D rayton A lfredo ................................................. H e n ry H a ixh Baron D a u p h o l.................................. Henry C 4 eake# G irt o n e ...............................................................Jas G. Peake# D o c to r G r e n v il .................................................. j . a . A rnold V ioletta....................................................Mrs. * . R. B * n '» rd F lo r a ......................................................... N i o Ann i M isciika T o m o rrow afternoon, at 2 o ’c lock, A SPLEN D ID PERFORM A N C E F o r th e a.v jinm o d a tt.ui of ladle* a n d tam dies. » B O j i E M I A N G I R L M A T I N E E . F i m appearance o f 1 jd H MRS. H E N R Y DRAYTON, A* A rliue. AT N IG H T , M A I U T A N A . M oline* Price*—Adm ission 50 ceuts; Reserved *• at 75 c e n t*. V Box sheet opC\ at J e w e tt fc M lrehka’*, 263 Main «t. g r . <»i»N < J>AN< ING ACADEMY will open SATURDAY, NOVEM B E R 20th jSOtf ________ _ p i N E A R T S A C A D t . U I YOUNG METTH ASSOCIATION BUILD1N >. T h a Ooilerv will be open e*-«ry dav, n c ; ’ >un- dayv, f r o m 9 A. M. till 6 P. M. Single ad u J r e io c 25 o e n ts; t-ca.s.in ♦ f..r m o u th, M con*#. L. O. SK L lJiTED T . tt'u A i c n o x E . K- L Y O N — Auctioneer. Poaitivo Sale of HOUSEHOLD FU R N IT U R E , CARPETS, STOVES. PIA N O , FANCY GOODS, fcC LY O N * FL E R S H E IM WUI sell at t h e i r s to re, 04 Ma n *trcc», ON SATURDAY' MORN’ UNO, NOV. «, 1 C h a m b e r Fe», PIa«'k W a lnut. 1 C h a m b e r S e t, Oak M arble Top, 1 Black W a lnut Ko».k C aw , 3 Extension Table#, 2 M arble Top Tables, 4 W ash Stand*, T e tf-tctifc, C o m e r Stand#, Ac. Also, 42 d ozen P o c k e t Book*, a ssorted 42 d o z e n Combs, 35 g rosa Stove Polish, A n d a variety of o t h e r good*. And a t 11 o ’clock 1 7 -octave Horewood Care Piano Term s raah. Pale positive.___________________ H O I S E E l l R M N M I N S . T H E WARREN DOUBLE OVEN RANGE. TH E BEST MADE, T H E MOST ECONOMICAL, AND SOREST Oi-E- ra t in g Cooking R a n g e now m th e m a rket. PU T U P A ND W ARRANTED BY John C. Jewett & Son, 3 1 9 M a i n S t r e e t . J P . S H O K C R A F T — A u c t i o n e e r . BANKRUPTCY. lm |H irtant to th e T rade and Public GREAT BA N K R U P T SALE O F DRY GOODS BY SH O E C R A F T BRO T H E R S , At N<>. 243 Main #t., opposite T h e a tr e , Beffolo, Com m e u e ing ou TUESDAY, NOVEM B E R 2, 1869. A large c o n ignm e n t of Foreign and Dom estic f r y Goods, c o n sisting of We t of En land and Y .-rkahiro broad and u&r.ow W oolen Cloths, all shades aud •o h m , Corduroy, Fancy Tweed#, Vesting a, Cl a h in g - ,e < . Also, a U rge a>i rtm c n t u t B ritish an.l Foreign m a n u factu.cd Shswl# an\ IT o m i , Iii Siik®, Sai in, P o p lins, Brocade#, Mcrinoes, R- r a g ts. M uffs, e tc., tog e th e r wi h a 1 r v #tock of Flannel', Blanket#, l l o r e Ri gs, C a rpeting, Table Cover* an i H o siery. • c aim s , P r iata, Bleached a n d Unbleached C o tton C loths, And a variety of o ther goods too num e rous t<» m e n tion. Bale to c o n tinue from day to day until tho en tire ock is disponed of Tho whole « i ’l lie sold without, reserve, in lots to s u it, f o r ca.-h. S les c o m m ence a t 10 A. M., 2:3\ a n d 7:S0 p’e k e k P. M‘ J27-tf W. H. ULENNY, SON Ac CO., •0 4 f t 2 0 6 M A I N .S T R E E T , Invite attention to th r i r large and elegaat assort m e r .t of C R O C K E R Y , U E E N C I T Y C O A L Y A R D , GENESRF. BRI DOE ANI) F R IE CANAL, CH INA, G L A S S W A R E , P L A T E D W A R E , O R N A M E N T A L G O O D S , B R O N Z E S , A c ., W HICH WB O F F E R AT LOW PRICKS. We bav# ju s t received a new let of FREN C H VASES, g h in a decorated to ord#r, w ith ereats, m o n o g ram s r in'tials. Office 299 Genr«ee a t ,, Buffalo, N. Y. F o r sale a good a s s ..rtm e / 1 „f all k i d s of HARD AND COAL, w h o le ale and retail. C o n s tantly on hsnd also, a superior qu a lity of H ARD AND SOFT W o O I) f o r sale, saw, d and split, o r in th* stick, de­ livered in any i* r t of th e eity. Dealer* w a n ting small lot* of coal .,r wood will do well t o give u« a call Wf. re purchasing•!•«<w here. S. DARLINO. Q O A L , C O A L . FARNHAM & A L L E N , C O R N E R ERIK AND RIVERftSTRF.ETS H a r e o c hand, and f o r .ale a t a ll timee.IMTTSTON a n i- .triu - h . r l coUs. Also, E r ij bert soft coa BLO H B J R G H . L E T fO H , BLACK an.l N U T , a t t o r ^ , n t - a. o-ieas F V H < f I k M \ A L L E N Q N I O N COAL AND WOOD COM P A N Y , F o o t of Court it. A large q o a n tf ty of HARD AND SOFT COAL FOR SA L E , And 1000 COEDS O F CANADA WOOD (Beac» and Maple), e ith e r in #Uek o r aaaed or split. Delivered in any p a r t of t i e d ty . Libera) d e d u c tion# m a d e t o dealers. 11-tf D A R L IN O fc M ONTAGUE A T T O a V E V S . F O E B U S H k H Y A T T , S'tcceeaors to E. B. fc W. H. For h u s h , S jiid to r a of A m e rican and Foreign P a ten t- , aud .ATTORNEYJ* IN PATENT CARER, W eed's Lluck, ecrn e r o: Ma u and Swan • r'e.t*., LU F T A L O , N Y. Ja y H y a tt , ’' • H. F..rt.u*li, t,».iB#ert#r a t Law M #chaaicai E n g iaeer .. .05,150,931 71 .. . 289,653 9>- . .24,000,000 0C HOM E IN S U R A N C E CO., N E W H A V E , CONN F I R E , M A R IN E AN D CANAL. Cosh C a p ital..............................................................H.006.00C H O P E IN S U R A N C E CO.. PR O V ID E N C E , R. I. Caah Capita? a n d S u r p lus ................................. 0164,275 56 ROGER W ILLIAM S IN S U R A N C E COMPANY PR O V ID E N C E , R. L Caah Capitol a n d S u r p l u a ............................... 0201,358 81 JL p . DORK , A g e n t, Buffalo, N. Y. Bolide# tretied a t fair rot*# a n d Lome# p rom p tly ad ju s ted and paid at thie offioe. Office JEtna B u ilding#, n p rta i n , eorncr Prim # and Lloyd atroet#. JCTRA L I F E INSURANCE COMPANY, H A R T F O R D , OONN. I A c c u m u lated C a p ital ............................... 016,000,000 A n n u a l Incom e ..................................................... 6,000.000 ' surplu# above Llabllltiea ................................. 2,000,<MK ! ALL STRICTLY N O S -FO R F E ITifcO In e attan.tk/c -l L;e pulKlc i# cai!*d lo th e KatL r- ■ lag uiv«#rati«tea #>AOctre c f th i ' C o t n p t '. , u id ; *; p!f;*tt..s® or® respectful iy «• iidted D'.’l.H fc fc*E, Uvrn-rai Ag>. la. w i l l i n k r y . q i H E BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. B U T THK LEG ISLA T O R Cookintr Stove. 3000 NOW i s U S E IN T H ’ S CITY. Sold only by ^ JOHN C. JEWETT & SON, j22 819M A IN BT., BUFFALO. J . F . C R O S S T . A . M ) W ILL O P E N A N E W STOCK OF M IL IJN E R Y GOODS, For W h o le sale a n d R e tail Trod*, in hi- new leeat oe, 387 Main s tr e e t, ON W E D NESDAY, OCTOBER fOTII, S terc lately occupied by N a irn A Walsh. H A R D W A R E S T O V E S . s H E P P A K D IRON WORKS, OH IO STREET, BU F F A L O . N , Y. WM. ff. KIH G , J r . , F m 'd e i i t . H O. PER R Y , Vice Prca't an d Sept. BTEAM EN G IN E S , BOILERS, STFAM PUM P S, M INING PU M P S , 8TEAM F I R E EN G IN E S , Propeller W h aeis, I ren aod t o e O e fting* W rough Iren W ork#, ft*.- 'y'ALUABLE V A CA N T LOTS FOB SALE. 2* acres, in iota to s u it, on B o u e k end Delevan av­ enues, 0000 feet from Niagara at. W ill be aold at s GREAT BARGAIN OH EA S T TERMS. By EDW ARD# A BUCK L A ND, Reel t-.o n - i I m v u w A g u i t q Ne 10 E. Sei-ore t t . C A S FIX T U R E S AT COST! W. H. GLENNY, SON ft CO. Desiring to di*po#e o f th e ir OA8 FIX T U R E busi­ n e s s before J a n u a r y l#t, offer tb e i r entire stock of GAS C H A N D E L IER S , P E N D E N T S , BRACKETS, PORTABLES, GLOBES, S H A D E S , f t c . , AT COST! Tbo#* in wont of Gaa F ioture* wiil And thi* a rar« opportu n ity to #upply thetnrelre#, a - o u r stock is large *\d well selected. _ qrilK \CKLEBRAi ED R E M I N G T O N S T E E L P L O W S , ALSO. Iron IJoamlow*., P Hoi--o Hore>, Cultivators. C -l'L T IV a TO R T E E T H , D R A G T E E T H , A S D A|FCIA STOTK O F GENERAL HARDWARE, FO R PALE BY C . E . W a lb r id g e , t n M A W v r . , BUFFALO. (HADLEY fc NICHOLS’ OLD STAND.) Q U A R L E S G. IR ISH , JR ., CITY AUCTION, COMM188ION A fiD I’UI’LIO BTOBK HOUSK, ITS W ashington r t . . Buffalo. F rtabll#bed 1*67. Itegular A u ction Ral-#, W E D N E SDAYS AND HAT. HI)AYR. special Halt* v sdvertissd. F u r n itu r e , M im n (•ilcloMi, C a rpeting, Blanket*., W all Pap» r , <’uvt etc,, etc.. ratailed at f r e torv r>n«-< ________ K I I I I A I I O M L . TH E H E A T H C O T E SCHOOL C O R N E R PEARL AND O 'N E S F .L T H E AUTUM N TERM W ILL OPEN MONDAY, N o V tM B F .lt etb. H. C. W illi « n s . H ead M aster Depart m e n t o f M a th- em tic*, * a tu r a l Science*and ih. fengl *h *tudic*. Th u II. Ifit.kin, M. A .. Vice M a rt r, in s tr u c ter in L’ tin and G reek. F. T. Rrcxih ad, Esq., Prof. of G e rm :n Longuag.* and L iterature. J . C. M alhouhie, Prof. of French La.\guage and Iiiterotur*. Joseph M b c h k a, Prof. of Vocal and Initriim e rrtai Music. Mr*. J . H. Ycrkca, Preceptress of P reparatory De­ partm e n t. BOARD O F T R U - T E E S - ltt. Rev. A. Cleveland, Coxe, D. D .,L L . P ., P r e s id e n t; A. P o r ter Thom p ­ son, Secretary *ad T r e a s u r e ; H<v. Wi liura Sln-I’oi , I). I'., hev « riandu W ith) rxpoon, Kev. Edward ln- g. r nil, D. D ., J a iue* P. W h ite, M. ' ., H o n Wiiliam G F a rgo, 8 G. C o rnell, H e n ry W. IP ger* Jan.e* M Sm u h , Sam u el K. W o r thington, George S Ilazatd, H e n ry K ip, Edwin T. Ev#i>*. EX E ;LTIVK t O M M lTTK K -P. O C o rnell, J a m a M. b u iith , J ' r e t l i W arren. A p p lication f-»r admia-i-m #h uid he m ade to tha H ead M aatcr, a t hi# residence, 47 Went Uur«»n *tr> ct. k2-6t M USICAL. c ( H E A P P I A N O S . 1 S even O ctave Chickering Rorewood Piano, m--I crn acale, w ith overstrung b.i-« c c . , b u t ittle i . k #1, price 83>0 1 t e n n O ctave Benaon Ro#ew«»«*d, tic- gan tiy carved, tric e 0157. 1 six and one-Ion r th octave, K e o g h , Rorewot d , price 015 \ 1 a ix ot t.i» . Geib fc W a lker M ahogany, price <75 1 six o c tav , M tachom , Mahog*i j , p rice #9\. 1 *ix octave, L a id #*iu, M ahogany, price 635. COTT.KK & D E N T o N , 209 Main S t . _____ _______________ ___ G R E A T S O U L I N A S M A L L II ’liY . A <;f Wc have 1**en a p p o inted ageut* f o r th e aale <>f t: * llathu#hek O R C HESTRAL ANDCAFTBRE PIA ( S. No d&M-ription will do these instrum e n t# Jurtice, *h • public a re b« ref-.re inviU d t o exam ine them . C<• i T I E R A DENTON. 209 M tiq Mt. t o \CHICKERING & SON n ’ PIANOS AT REDUCED PRICES, JEW E T T & MISCHKA. 203 Main. Street, A G K N T i FO R f M H I NEW YORK. We b * g to call tiie a tt* tion of th* public t«> rl.e following P r .o t L ir t, w h ich tJiow# th-irnra-n-u- >• \ , ti . n in t .e prion of tii*#* otlebroted n r tru m e n ’ »* STYLE No. 1 Rosewood, 7-octave; fro n t c o n i e n large r o u n d ; d o u b le moulding* ou plin th ; A ^ r o f f - tr e b le; ortagou leg* 0475 \0 Form e r y 0© \ 0\. STYLE No. L - R o r e w o o d , 7-octave; front com e r# laro* round; doublentou'dingson uliiith; Agraffe treble; full carv»dleg* Forme rl> 0«<6u 0t>. STYLE F o . 8 R e d w o o d , 7 o t*ve, oil round com e r#, back flnuhed like f ront; d uble m o u d ing# on f\in th ; Agraffe treble; e a r x d leg# .......................................................... * Form e rly 8*175 00. S I Y I.E No. 4. Row**w-«od,7-< « tave, *1 round corn' r*. back floU b id like fm o t: h#nd- sftu,# top m o u lding*; Agraffe tre b t t ; carved leg* .......................... .............. F o rm e rly 1720 00. I STYLE No. B,—K o rea o d , 7 - utave; ail ro u n d ! corner*. Lac# fl isbe l like iro n t ; e e rp u- tine a n i jicrle m ulding* on pl nth ; A g raffe t r e b le; ca* ved ;# * • ............................ 5.'.’. (0 F o rm e rly 075# 00. ^TY L E No. 8 .—K 0 c-wood, 7 -octxve; a ll round c -m e rs; b ek ftni<heJ like f r o n t ; serpen­ tin e and perfe m o u lding# on plintli rich peri* raoul inga aro u n d bo-iy t f ca#:; Agraffe treble; carved leg# .............................. XO\ *0 I F o rm e rly $800 00. ( W e m '* t cordiaily invite all lover* o f FIRST-CLA S S INSTRUM E N T S' j to coll a n d e x a mJ ineE tE hT e C’hi< k eISC ringH fcA S-nia’, Piano#t#, . 500 ■ W T fc M K A g .n 26:: Mai ' #* . Huffa!\ C l H I t i S. K U K T Z M A N , IMA.NM M a M ' ) FA C T U R E R , c o rner B a U r ia a n d Elm *‘u*. , ' wo squares from old C o u r t H o u re. T h e subscriber k * c a or.nrtastly on hand a choice aaeortn c r.' of P i v o Fort## In # t*gont rosewood cores, which he w arr • •* to tM o q u o l in ton*, touch and finish to a r y m a m #c- tu r e d a th# o o u n riy. Pereon# d e sirou# 01 obta. 1 g TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, E K i n , NITROUS O X ID E (o r h u t f - .h * ) GAS M. B. STRAICHT, - - DENTIST, uF P IC R ; OVER K 3 M # IN ST . .■■ur. b M . I m . U I I I M L . T H K S U K b C U K K . JENN E R ’S COUCH MIXTI KE i C - r e * C ougha, Cohls, H o a r - e n t- s , m d all sff ’ :.n« I o t tb e Thr- a t o r Ltuiga. Fifty ceuts p e r to--1 I - I gold onlv by R JE N N E 9 , Ch* 416 M *• mnkmII# tli* 1 .

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