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T h * flam e s co m m u n ica te d t o th e a u d i e n c e r o o m , a n d b e f o re all i n th e b u ild in g h a d tim e to esc a p e th e p rem ises w e re an v a l o p a d in flam e s . A n u m b e r of p e r so u s w a r e sav e d b y j u m p in g fro m th e se c ­ o n d s t o r y w in d o w s . S e v e r a l liv e s w e r e lo s t. T w o b o d ies r e c o v e r e d from th e ru i a s w e re b u r n e d b e y o n d r e c o g n itio n . O n e of t h e b o ­ d i e s w a s id e n t i f i e d b y a m e m o r a n d u m book a s a p r i n t e r b o y , n a m e d W i l l i e B r e w e r . F i f ­ te e n o r t w e n t y p a r s o n s a r e b a d l y b u r n e d . I t is t h e u g h t t h a t t h e b o d i e s of o t h e r s are s t i l l i a t h s ru b b i s h . P a r i s , N o v e m b e r 1 6 .— T h a K m p e r o r g a v e au d i e n c e t o B a ro n W 'e r t h e r , th e new \ j a p p o i n t e d A m b a s s a d o r fro m R u s s ia , at I'o m p t i g n e , y e s t e r d a y . 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P ierce a n d a l . ; ap p e a l from ja d g m e n t e n ­ te r e d u p o n t r i a l a t C h a t a u q u a C o n n ty C i r ­ cu i t . J o h n J . W h i t e vs. G e o rg e M c B r i d e ; m o ­ tio n f o r n e w t r i a l o n case a n d ex c e p t i o n s ; d i r e c t e d t o b e h e a r d i a t b s first i n s ta n c e a t th e G e n e r a l T e r m ; a r g u e d a n d s u b m itte d . J o h n G . R e c o r d v s . A n s o n W . K e i t h , e x ­ ec u to r s , A c .; ja d g m e n t of affirm a n c e e n ­ te r e d e n d e f a u l t . T h e P e o p le ex. re i. J o h n A . U p t o n , C o m ­ m issio n e r of H i g h w a y s in th e to w n of F r e n c h C r e e k , vs. H o r a c e N . G r o v e r a n d a l . ; r e t u r n to c e r t i o r a r i ; s u b m itte d . G e o rg e W . 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T h e B o a rd of E d u c a t io n of U n io n S c h o o l N o . 1, W e s tf ield , N e w Y o r k , vs. A s c h e l H u u g e r f o r d e t al, «*x rei, e t c . ; case ag r e e d u p o n t o be su b m itte d w i t h o u t a c t io n ; s t a t ­ e d a u d s u b m itte d . E R IE COUNTY COURT AND COURT O F SES­ SIONS. H o n . KobwpII L. Burrow*, J u s tice presiding; Rus»el! *n-i R u b # rti. justice* of t h e Peace. In th e case of J o h n K in g s to n , in d i c t e d for g r a n d lare e n y , th e ju r y re n d e r e d a v e r ­ d i c t of n o t g u i l t y . F r a n k l i n T a n n e r ; g r a n d la r c e n y ; w i t h ­ d r e w fo r m e r p lea e f n o t g u i l t y ; sen t e n c e d to A u b u r n S t a t e P r i s o n fo r t h e t e r m of fo u r y e a r s a n d six m o n th s . SU P E R IO R COURT—C IV IL TR IA L TERM. Hon. Joseph U .H a s ten, Justice. 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A D u b i o u s I n v i t a t i o n . — T h a d o o r to a c e r t a i n u p to w n d e p o t f o r th e d isse m i n a ­ tio n o f p o p u l a r a r t b e a r s u p o n o n e of its lo w e r p a n e ls, ju s t w h e r e it w ill m o s t r e a d ­ ily c a t c h th e ey e s o f fa i r p a s s e r s b y , o n e of th o s e b e a u t if u l illu m i n a t e d c a r d s w h ieh d e v o t i o a a l l y in c l i n e d p e o p le of good t a s t e are in th e h a b i t of a d o r n in g th e i r w a ll s w i t h a l , a n d w h i e h h a s fo r i t s m o t t o t h * in ­ ju n c t i o n to “ W a l k i n , L o v e .” P e r h a p e t h e p u n c t u a t i o n is n o t e x a s t l y aa i t is g iv e n h e r e , b u t n o d o u b t th * s l i g h t d ifferen c e o n l y m a k e s a little p l a i n e r w h a t t h e y o u n g m a u w h o b u n g i t th e r e h a d in h is i& ind. N o w , ju s t in a fa t h e r l y w a y , w e p u t i t to him w h e t h e r t h i s k i n d of g e n e r a l i n v i t a t i o n is n o t a little to o m u c h . If h e in s is t s on n—itsn i s i l s l i s t s I p r e m iu m s , g iv i n g a w a r d s om co o k in g sto v e s , b e i n g b r o u g h t t o th e i r o s t i c s , i t w a s r e s o lv e d , 1. T h a t su c h p u b l i c a t i o n w a s w i t h o u t th e i r en a c tio n o r a u t h o r i t y , a n d in d i r e s t v i o l a t i o n of t h e i r a c t io n of t h e 10 th in s t. 2. T h a t ia v iew of su c h u n a u t h o r i z e d p u b l i c a t i o n , a co p y o f s a i d re s o lu t i o u s s h o u l d b e s e n t t o ea c h of t h e e x h i b i t o r s of th e c o n t e s t i n g sto v e s , a n d also p u b l i s h e d in th e c i t y p a p e r s . B y o r d e r o f t l t h s B o a r d of M a n a g e rs. O. J . S wxglxs , Sec’y . 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Vursiag OeOder, northeast w . Mein red Ewaa sta, y stairs. ________ kl»«l J O T I C E IS H E R E B Y G I V E N T H A T tha annua: meeting uf the Stockholder* of the Reservation Central Piaak Road Conapen/ will ba hsld at Varenas Hathorn’s Hotel, in the tows ef Elm*, r e —sudsy, ths SU day af Deoaatbar reat. Polls ossa frem I t o S P . R Dated at l i s t , this lMk day af Jlow. ISM. ADDISON -------------- kl6-ltd—w C A L I S T O G A C O G N A C .— T H I S P U R E BRANDT ia new e-wad to tha trade aad eon suntan in gnasntim to suit U s daamad. It u high ly reeommsnded tar tta strict purity asd delicacy of flavor, betas ms—frrtuiad from tha product of se­ lected grapcaand thoroughly-eflned. Tba trade snd tha pub ic ara ievitei to inspect it. Price Six Dol- NNAN A CO., Sola Agents, k-O-lm lars per Gallon. S. BRAN ee Broad street. New York. H a n d k n i t w o rsted, goods, a b e a u t if u l As­ s o r t m e n t of n o v e lties, in c l u d i n g sh ield s a n d leg g in s fo r c h i l d r e n , sca r f s , ja c k e t s , a u d n u b i a s , a t D o d d , B e s t A C o .’s, 410, 412 a n d 414 M a in s t r e e t . G e n t s ’, l a d i e s ’, m isses’ a n d c h i l d r e n 's F a ll a n d W i n t e r h o s iery a n d u n d e r w e a r , a t m a n u f a c t u r e r s ’ p r iee s , a t D o d d , B e s t A C o .’s. N e w b l a n k e t s a n d flan n e ls, clo t h e s an d caaaim e r e s , ch e a p , a t D o d d , B e s t A Co. s. 410, 412 a n d 414 M a i n s t r e e t . k !6 4 t L o o x H er e , m t F r i e n d . — Y o u w a n t to sto p t h a t co u g h a n d h o a r s e n e s s v e r y soou, o r you w ill h a v e t h e consum p tiQ n . W h a t w ill c u r e i t ? T a k e “ D r . R a n s o m ’s H iv e S y r u p a n d T o l u ,” a n d a p p l y “ D r . T r a s k 's M a g n e tic O i n t m e n t ” to y o u r th r o a t an d lu n g s , a n d if i t d o n ’t h e l p y o u a t once we w ill p a y for th e m e d icin e . I t w ill co s t you s i x ty ce n t s t o t r y i t . Y o u can g e t t h e m e d i ­ cin e a t a n y d r u g sto r e . D . R ansom A C o ., B u ffalo, N e w Y o r k . kO -tf R EMOVAI J. H. SELKIRK, AR- detect, has removed h‘i office from No. 1 Brown’* Buildings to Room No. 4, over Peabodv’i drug store, corner Main and South Division streets. m u r u L i - y y a n t e d , COUNTY ORDERS: • - e 5 . e e * t o i n n t i * n r » M U » » S o o t y H s r t c a c e . BUSINESS PAPER SEOOTI a TED. Bg EDWARDS * BUCKLAND, Ra*l Estate and Iesura*c« No. 14 E i t e n s t S A L E S . CENTRAL RAILROAD OF IOWA. ITS O T I C E IS H E R E B Y G I V E N T H A T a V the 18th dav of November, having been desig­ nated by the President of th* United States, and by the Governor of New Tork, as Thanksgiving Day, the United Statee District Judge for ths Northern District of New York, up .n the application of the undersigned, hav determined to adjourn th* term of th# United State# District Court for tbe said District, appointed to be held a t Auburn on tb* Idth day of November p rox., until Monday he t2d day of No­ vember* Persona having huoieeas with th* said Court will attend the same a t th* eity of Auburn a t t o'clock in th* afternoon of Monday the Nil of No\ ember, 190k. WILLIAM DOR<*HKlRER, J«9 ___________________ United States Attorney. F A N C Y O M M . O y s t e r s , a l l k i n d s , b e s t in th e c i t y , a P la t t O y s t e r C o . klG 2 m 257 W a s h in g t o n s t r e e t . P. C. AHERN 2 5 H ^ l a i n S C r e e L . J P . S H O E C R A F T — A u c ti o n e e r . Immense Aacton gale of SUPERB SILVER PLATED WARS AND TABLE CUTLERY, On FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1909, At 10 o'clock A. M., t* and 7 o’e ock P. M, BY SHOECRAFT BROTHERS, At Mie Central Auction Room*, SM Main street, wfl be opened the largest assert ment of now acd elegant deeigna and the b st quality ci Goods ever ofered at auction in the city, consisting of Tea Seta, Waiter* aad Salvers, Card and Oak* Baskets, lL q e o t Holders, Yasee, Sony Dishes, Fruit Stands, Wine, Dinner. Breakfaot aad Pickle Castors, A M C S E M H S T S . ACADEMY OF MUSIC. . M rs. S c o t t S id d o n s is sim p l y m a g n ificen t T h e u n p r o p i t i o u s w e a t h e r is to be ch a r g e d w i t h th e d i s a p p o i n t m e n t a n d o p p o r t u n i t y m issed, ou th e p a r t o f th o s e w h o d i d n o t see l a s t e v e n in g ’s r e n d it i o n of “ T h e Lad of L y o n s .” W e r e all th o accessories iu la n n o n y w i t h th e “ b r i g h t p a r t i c u l a r s t a r , \ eu lo g y w o u ld e x h a u s t itse l f i i y p r a i s e ; b u t it is, t o say th e le a s t , an n o y i n g t o h a v e bad re a d i n g o n th e p a r t of o n e o r tw o of t h e su b o r d i n a t e c h a r a c t e r s , a n d b a d ta s t e uceue se t t i n g , m a r w h a t o t h e r w ise w o u ld b e a n e n j o y a b le p e r f o r m a n c e . M r. B e n R o g e r s a s Colonel D u m a .», fa r o u t s h o n e M r. C li n t o u H a l l , w h o w ith th e o p p o r t u n i t ie s o ffered b y th o c a s t ef C/nuJe Afrlnotte d i d n o t eq u a l h i s p rev io u s essay as .sir Thom a s C liffo r d in th e “ H u n c h b a c k .” M r. R o g e r s in th e last M t J r a , « - d h i . p o r t » w o n d e r f u l lik e n e . e r . g a r d in g t h . w h o I. in tL e ligK t of t h > t to tb e p i c t u r e s o f G e n e r a l W in f i e ld S c o t t ; p , r t l c u l , r a p p e U a t i o n t h e y w o n t o b j e c t, fa c t so p r o m i n e n t w a s th e resem b lan c e tb a t b u t few i n t h e au d i e n c e m issed it. T o ­ n i g h t th e b i l l p r e s e n t e d w i l l d o u b t l e s s fill th o t h e a t r e , a n d th e “ S c h o o l fo r S c a n d a l ” w ill l>e re n d e r e d in a m a n n e r t o m a k e th e occasion l o n g re m e m b e r e d b y e v e r y one w h o w i t n e s s e s i t . THE THOMAS CONCERT. A ric h tr e a t i s i n sto r e fo r lo v e r s of good m u s ic in th e e n t e r t a i n m e n t else w h e r e a n ­ n o u n c e d b y T h e o d o r e T h o m a s ’ g r e a t C o n ­ c e r t ( I r g a n iza tio n , to q u o t e fro m th e a d v e r ­ tise m e n t , w e ll k n o w n a s th e re g u l a r o r c h e s t r a of th e S u m m e r P a r k G a r d e n s , w h e re t h e i r m u s ic h a s b e e n a ch ief a t t r a c ­ tio n d u r i n g t h e S u m m e r e v e n in g s fo r s e v e ral seasons p a s t. T h e o r g a n iz a t i o n in c l u d e s m a n y em i n e n t so lo ists, an d n u m b e r s in all fo r ty d i s t i n g u i s h e d a r t i s t s . An th e p e r ­ fo r m a n c e in p o s i ti v e ly l i m i t e d to th o tw o ev e n in g s , t h e r e is a l r e a d y a ru s h for t i c k e t s , an d th o s e w h o w ish to secu re good sea ts m u s t do so im m e d i a t e l y . T h e d i a g r a m is to b e seen a t C o tt i e r a n d D e n to n ’s m u s io sto re. b u t t h i s o s t e n t a t i o u s d i s p la y of a se n t i m e n t w h ich sh o u ld b e ch e r i s h e d iu t h e d e p t h s of h is in m o s t a n d sac r e d co n s c io u s n e s s , an d o n l y ac k n o w led g e d re v e r e n t l y a n d re s p e c t ­ fu l l y ; t h i s o u t - a n d - o u t liaen c e i n its e x p r e s ­ sio n is, t o say th e le a s t , re p r e h e n s ib l e , an d n o t to b e en c o u r a g e d . U n d e r t h o circ a m stan c e s , if som e f a i r d a m s e l sto p s a n d b u y s t h a t c a r d , w e sh a l l say , “ serv e h im r i g h t . ” C R I M I X A L H A L L . AT TIIK 1’OLICE COURT YESTERDAY. A m o tle y co llectio n of ill c l a d id l e r s , 4-h im p a r in g y o u n g s t e r s , re d e y e d w o m e n , s h y s t e r s , officers a n d re p o r t e r s co n g r e g a te d in th e c o u r t ro o m y e s t e r d a y forenoon to a w a i t t h e u n f o l d i n g of t h e b u d g e t of com ­ p l a i n t s . I’a t r i c k B u r k , a u n t i l e .p e c im o n of th e A m p lest j u o tic * d e m a f i d . jenus homo w h o s e “ k n o t t e d a n d com b ined lo c k s hail b e e n m a d e t o p a r t , a n d each p a r ­ tic u l a r h a i r t o s t a n d o a e n d , ” m a d e his bow a n d o p e n ly , h o n e s t l y a n d w i t h o u t re ­ serv e ch a r g e d J o h n B u r n s w i t h h a v in g ro b b e d h im of th i r t y - f o u r d o l l a r s in a low d e n on C a n a l s t r e e t M o n d a y n i g h t . T h e j A n I I I P a i d D e b t . — A w h i t e - h a i r e d v e t e r a n of th e w a r of IS 12, o n e w h o sto o d sid e b y sid e w i t h m a n y w h o s e n a m e s w e h a v e d e l i g h t e d to h o n o r in tim e s p a s t , one of a n u m b e r w h o s e ra p id l y th i n n i n g ra n k s w e re ea c h y e a r few e r, u p o n w h o m to la v i s h th e g r a t i t u d e of a th r i c e im p e r iled an d p r e serv e d n a t i o n , is ac c e p ti n g in h ia o l d ag« th e h o s p i t a l i t y of th e E rie C o u n ty A l m s ­ h o u s e . Is th i s r i g h t ? S h a m e u p o n you w e a l t h y in h e r i t o r s of th e s e c u r i t y th i : m a n ’s s a c rifices h e l p e d to p u r c h a s e ; sh a m e u p o n y o u , w h e n y o u r a g e d fem a les, decayed cle r g y m e n , th e su p e r a n u a t e d v e t e r a n s cf 3 'o u r co m m e r c ial m a r in e , ev e n t h e w o r n - o u t h e r o e s of th e stag e , a l l w o r th y o b j e c ts of c h a r i t a b l e ca r e , h a v e d i s t i n c t a s y l u m s for th e co m f o r tab le m a i n t a i n a n c e of a u h o n o r a b le a n d o t h e r w ise ch e e r less d c - ca d e n e e , y o u r m o s t w o r t h y a n d g r e a t e s t cre d i t o r s , th e d e f e n d e r s of y o u r l i b e r t i e s , a r e cla s s e d w i t h th e eo m m o a re c i p i e n t s of a v i c a r i o u s relief. W h y sh o u l d w e n o t d o fo r t h e s e m e n w h a t th e T h e i r n u m b e r is n o t eo l a r g e t h a t t h e ta x w o u ld be b u r ­ densom e . A few y e a r s m o re w i l l ta k e th o m all o ff o u r h a n d s . L e t u s t h e n w h ile wo can p r o v i d e for t h e m in a m a n n e r th a t sh a l l re li e v e u s of th e sh a m e f u l s tig m a , an d th u s fa r re f u t e th e ch a r g e t h a t “ re p u b lic s ' a r e p r o v e r b i a l l y n n g r a t e f u l . ” If D a v id J . f e m l r a t h«d b u t little to offer t o l o m l u t ; n n a p p th e Icor(J of his th e ev id e n c e of h i s ac c u s e r , a n d h e w a s th e r e f o r e f u l l y co m m i t te d fo r t r i a l . T h e seco n d case l a i d o p e n t h e p a r ti c u la r s of a frie n d l y l i t t l e * * m i ll ” i n th e in f e c ted d i s t r i c t s M o n d a y afte r n o o n . J o h n F a r r e l l w a s fined five d o l l a r s fo r a s s a u l t a n d b a t ­ te r y u p o n M o r r is H u r l e y ; Morris H u r l e y w a s t r i e d on a ch a r g e of a a s a n l t a n d b a t t e r y up o n J o h n F a r r e l l , a n d d i s c h a r g e d ; an d W illiam H u r le y w a e also d i s c h a r g e d in th e case of H u g h P rice. T w o ra g g e d little y o u n g s t e r s w e ro a c ­ cu s e d by o n e G e o rge W . R id e r w i t h h a v in g sto le n frdxn h is saloon, on C a n a l s t r e e t , a few n i g h t s sin c e , a b o t t l e of w in e , tw o b o t t le s of ch o w -ch o w , .and tw e n t y cig a rs. T h e lad s , w h o s o n a m e s w e r e F r a n c is K e lly an d F r a n c is T r a c y , a t once d e n i e d th e ch a r g e . * Squire .— “ W e l l, b o y s , 1 gu e s s I ’l l h a v e to sen d you to F a t h e r H i n e s . ” F irst L a d . — “ O h : please, m i s t e r , I n e v e r sto le ’em . 2nd L a d : “ A n d i f w e d i d ta k e ’em w e ’ll never do so again.” Boys’ mother: “ Come now, Sqxira, g i r t tho boy* n chance. They never took the I'll ore that they’ll never d o i t again either. I am goin’ to take ’em aw a y from h e r e ady h o w .” Squire: “ W e ll, m a d a m , I will g i r o you u n t i l th e 2 4 t h of th i s m o n t h to ta k e th * | boys o u t of th * city , a n d if y o u d o n ’t d o it I by t h a t t i m e 1 s h a l l sen d th e m to F a t h e r H i n e s .” —A singular divorce was g r a n te d a t Wisoseest, Me., a few days since, in th e A n A u d a c i o u s R o b b e r y . — B e tw e e n five a n d six o ’c lo c k la s t ev e n in g a n e g r o e n ­ te r e d t h e b o a r d in g h o u s e , N o . 43 W e s t Sen- s t r e e t , a n d co o lly m a d e h i s w a y u p t w o flig h ts of s t a i r s t e the v e r y to p of th e ho u s e . T h e ' a t t e n t i o n o f the lady ot the house w E s directed te the preoonco of a c a l le r , and ahe cent s servant np to ae# what wee the metier; the girl diaoevered tho Meek rears! and a t cnee raised e keb­ a b . The ■ietnm looked the frent deer and her danghtar fastened .ep the lower pert of the house to prevent ogrem, while the servant waa sent after a policeman, bet b e f o re aay aanstaaee eoold be rendwed the _____________ robber made a demonstration oa the front faetory, was damaged to tha extent of forty ‘ door, frightened off the woman, aad bolted or fifty dollar*. f with a suit o f cloth ee belonging to a Swede A t about half |p a s t .tw e lv e t h e same * whoee room he had invaded. A little S m a l l C o n f l a g r a t i o n . — An alarm of fire was sounded from box 57 a t about ten o’clock yesterday. The eteamere aad firemen were promptly en head, bet tbe inaignificanoe of the fire rendered tbeir mrvioee unnecessary. A email dwelling owned by Mra. Mary Ann Cary, situated on Seventh street,eear Prince’s melodecm rxdea in o u r v i c i n i t y , m e n to o p r o u d t o pre s s t h e i r cla im s t o th i s rig h t of th e i r s , be n o t s o o n m a d e t h e re c i p i e n t s of som e s u b ­ s t a n t i a l ac k n o w l e d g e m e n t of th e i r serv ices, w e s h a l l n o t d e s e r v e to e o n t i n u e in th o p r o s p e r i ty th e y h a v e so good a rig h t to sh a r e . T h h I n d u s t r i a l E x h i b i t i o n M a n a g i r .8 on t u x C o o k in g S t o v e Q u e s t io n . — A t a m e e ti n g of th e B o a r d of M a n a g e r s of t t e In t e r n a t i o n a l In d u s t r i a l E x h i b i ti o n , h e l d N o v e m b e r lo t h , 1869, t o ex a m in e t h e re ­ p o r t s of j u d g e s , a n d m a k e aw a r d s u p o n a r ­ ticles o n e x h i b i t i o n , t h e fo llo w in g p r e a m b l e , a n d re s o lu tio n s w e re a d o p t e d , re l a t i n g to th e m a t t e r of co o k in g sto v e s . W i t h re f e r ence t o t h e la s t of th e re s o lu t i o n s i t sh o u ld bo s t a t e d t h a t th e u n i n t e n d e d p u b licatio n o f th e aw a r d s m a d e b y th e C o m m ittee on C o o k in g S to v e s w a s t h r o u g h n o fa u l t of t h e n e w s p a p e r s , b u t of one of th e c l e r k s of th e E x h i b i ti o n W h e r e a s , c e r t a i n e x h i b i t o r s i n t e r e s t e d in th e t r i a l h a d o n t h e m o r n in g of t h e 2 7 t h of O c to b e r, to d e t e r m in e t h e re s p e c t i v e m e r i t s of t h * c o n t e s t i n g sto v e s , h a v e m a d e alleg a ­ tio n s b y affid a v its, a n d o t h e r w ise , q u e s t i o n ­ in g t h e fa ir n e s s a n d co m p e ten c y of t h e said tria l , Ileso lv e d , T h a t a f t e r a ca r e f u l e x a m in a ­ tio n of t h e f a c t s a t t e n d i n g said t r i a l , w e are fu l l y co n v in c e d of th e insufficiency th e r e o f to d e t e r m in e th e q u e s t i o n a t issu e , for, j a m o n g o t h e r s , th e fo llo w in g reasons: 1st. N o n e of t h e b r e a d w a s f a ir ly b a k e d , an d som e so s l ig h t l y t h a t no fa i r c o m p a riso n co u l d b e m a d e . 2d. T h a t t h e q u a n t i t y of coal co n s u m e d b y t h e re s p e c tiv e sto v e s co u ld n o t be co r ­ re c t l y d e t e r m in e d , o w in g t o t h e fa c t of th e q u e n c h i n g of t h e tires w i t h w a te r . 3d. N e p r o p e r allo w a n c e co n ld b e m a d e or d ifferen c e i n w e ig h t o f s to v e s , a n d t h i c k n e s s of p l a t e s . 4 t h . That inacccuracies were clearly shown in taking the time of firing and time of baking. Reeolved, That in consideration of the above facta, we decide te make C oal T a r C o m p o s it io n w ill c u r e C a t a r r h B r o n c h itis, A s t h m a a n d C o n s u m p tio n , w h e n all o t h e r r e m e d ies h a v e f a ile d . T h e fam e s a r e i n h a l e d d i r e c t l y in t o t h e lu n g s , t h u s a p ­ p l y i n g t h e re m e d y t o th e affected su r f a c e as w e ll as t o t h s b lo o d . H e a d q u a r t e r s a t N o . 17 S o u th D ivision s t r e e t , S o ld b y d r u g ­ g i s ts g e n e r a l l y . C a s t o f f C l o t h i n g . — N . Bo a s b e r g S p a u l d i n g ’s E x c h a n g e , p s y s th e h i g h e s t cash p r i c e fo r la d i e s ’ a n d g e n t s ’ c a s t of! clo th in g . C a ll a t sto r e , o r a d d r e s s box 2892 Postoffiee. S p e c ia l N otice now o]>en a t 3ot -C h a r le s R o s e n a u haa M a in s t r e e t , K r e m lin B luck, a l a r g e s t o c k of em b r o id e r ies, laces, v e ils, h o s i e r y a n d g lo v e s , la d i e s ’ u n d e r ­ w e a r, ze p h y r , w o r s t e d , F r e n c h co r s e ts, b o n n e t a u d v e l v e t rib b o n s , je w e l r y , je t sets, fan s , e t c . , w h i c h h e w ill sell m u c h l»e- low t b e r e g u la r prices. L a d ie s a r e re s p e c t ­ fu l l y i n v i t e d to c a l l a n d ex a m in e th e sto c k . A n o t h e r V k i o r t . — O n r A m e r ic a n Base B u r n e r h a s j u s t t a k e n th e first p r e m i u m a t th e A m e r ic a n In s t i t u t e in N e w Y o r k . C a ll a n d see it. D udley A R ockwell , 333 M a in s t . , cor. of N o r t h D iv isio n . C a u t i o n .— D o n ’t b e d e c e iv e d b y im i t a ­ to r s w h o h a v e th e im p u d e n c e to copy m y circ u l a r s , w i t h a ch a n g e of n a m e , fo r t h e i r ow u u s e . T h i s i s a s t a l e g a m e , a n d alw a y s an ev id e n c e of frau d . B u y y o u r b o o ts an d shoes o f th e o n ly one p r i c e a n d ch e a p e s t shoe sto r * in B u ffalo J a m e s H . J e w e t t , k 2 - t f 4U6 M a in s t . , A m e r ic a n B lock. T o t h e P u b l i c . — H a v in g h e a r d a good d e a l l a t e l y al/o u t q u i c k b a k i n g o r ro a s ti n g in co o k in g sto v e s , I am p r e p a r e d to m a k i o a t h t h a t th e “ T r i u m p h ” co o k in g s t o v e 1 b o u g h t fro m D u d ley A R o c k w e ll, 333 M a in s t r e e t , h a s freq u e n t l y b a k e d b i s c u i t s in sev e n m in u te s . A n y oue w h o d o u b t s th i s s t a t e m e n t can ca ll a n d see m o. 1 h a v e filled m y te a k e t t l e fu ll of w a te r , a n d h a d i t b o ilin g i n fifteen m i n u te s a f t e r ap p l y i n g th e m a t c h . J o h n H a g e r , A t G . W . R o b e r t s o n , 3 8 0 M a in st. So I n s i d i o u s a r e t h e firs t ap p r o a c h e s of c o n s u m p tio n t h a t t h o u s a n d s re m a i n u n c o n ­ scio u s of its p r e s e n c e u n t i l i t j h a s . b r o u g h t th e m to th e v e r g e of th e g r a v e . A n im ­ m e d i a t e r e s o r t t o D r . D . J a y n r ’s E x p e c ­ t o r a n t , u p o n th e lirs t a p p e a r a n c e of th e co u g h , p a i n o r so ren e s s of th e th r o a t o r ch e s t, w o u ld v e r y g e n e r a l l y p r e c l u d e a f a tal re s u lt , o r , in case th e sy m p to m s in d icate th e p r e s e n c e of L a tent c o n s u m p tio n , w o u ld te n d t o su b d u e t h e v iolence of th e d isease, a n d t h u s m a t e r ia l ly a s s i s t in p r o lo n g in g t h e life of th e p a t i e n t . U s e th e E x p e c t o r a n t th e r e f o r e w h e n y o u t a k e a cold, a n d th u s p r e v e n t th e n e c e s s i t y fo r its u s e in m o re d a n g e r o u s co m p lain ts. S o ld e v e r y w h e r e , k l f i d a c l w C o u k t a u l d ’s b e s t E n g lish crap e s , a full a s s o r tm e n t , in all w i d t h s , c u t a n y len g t h , b ias o r s t r a i g h t . L i b e r a l d i s c o u n t t o m i l ­ lin e r s a n d d r e s s m a k e r s , a t D o d d , B e s t A C o .’s M o u r n i n g S to r e , 410, 412 a n d 414 M a in s t r e e t . T r y A t m o r e ’a M in c e M e a t, a l l r e s p e c t a b le g ro c e rs. F o r s a l e b y k l 6 2 m A v r r a c h . vn S a c q u e s , P e r s i a n S a c q u e s , •Seal S a c q u e s , M a d e a t 291 M a in s t r e e t , j2 9 t a l B e r g t o l d A B r o . T h e F l o u r t h a t iloreEK K F .ruics W a n t . T h e fo llo w in g l e t t e r ex p l a in s i t s e l f : LensviLLS, K e n t u c k y , S e p t e n i l i e r 1«, 1800. Mi’tert. Cutter J- Bailey C e n ts: O u r W h ite W h eat Roll Pa. t r y F lo u r ti->k th e prem ium a t n ut S tate Fair, and i* said to be th e b e s t in th is city. W* would like t o send >•>•! one hundred harreU j<tr w e e k . Plca.se sell th e flour low , a n d w a rrant il to tir e th e best of satisfaction; if u o t retu r n tii* m o n e y . R. w . W illiam s . T h e a b o v e flour j s fo r sale, a s p e r i n s t r u c ­ tio n s , a t C u t t e r A B a iley 's , 24S W a s h in g t o n ' ■ treet. _________ j2 - l l m . F o r choice K e n t u c k y W liisk y fo r m e d i ­ cin a l u s e g o t o S w i f t A H u s t e d . k 2 5 - t f O y s t k r a . — W h o l e s a l e a n d r e t a i l , E a g a n A C o ., 251 M a in s t r e e t . R e s o l v e d , T b a t , a l t h o u g h t h i a a c t a s a t e r a d . t k o t p o r t o f th o t r B o y o r t r o l o t l a * t o c o o k i n g o t o r a o , t h * M r a o g o n f o l l y o n d o n o to o n n w o o r i o d r a t i u c o r a d i n t e g r i t y at p a r - p o a e w i t h w h i c l i t h a J u d g a a o o o d u c t e d t h e i r a r d u o u a d u t i e s . R e e o l v e d , T h a t th e ab o v e b e p u b l i s h e d i n th e o f f i c i a l re p o r t of th e E x h i b i ti o n . S a t u r d a y E v e n i n g , So w . 1 3 , 1869. A t a s u b s e q u e n t m e e ti n g of th e B o a r d of M a n a g e rs, h e l d t h i s ev e n in g , th e fa c t t b a t th e m o r n i n g c i t y p a p e r s , of t h e 1 1 t h i n s t . , “ T l i e I n n o c e n t s A b r o a d . \ M V R i TtV A IN '3 new baolt, bt»%rin< th e shove title , ha* j u s t be** issued by t b e Americ»u Publish­ ing Com pany. GKORGK R. ARNOLD, S t R e j s o l u s Arew le. Iloebuster, U t h e General A g e n t for this sec­ tio n <.f t l i t !»!*-. He has a p j- d n ted Me.->sr*. Geoiye B. fir.gifR a n d George M. H e w itt to aot a s c a u r a ^ r s for Buffaio. Persona desiring tlie book can '.oare th e ir a d d ress -1 in t h e ct-uuting-rnom of this offic-.*, a r.d th e canvass­ ers will call upon them . M o a r a t a g G o o d s . A com p lete assortm e n t a t reasonable price*. BU F F A L O MOURNING SToKK, 414 M ain s t . , A m e rican Block. ’ I will ojieu th is day, Nov 17, 1849, New Cloaking*, New Velvets, » v r Shawls, New Silks, Sew Dress Hoods, New Alpacas, F o u r differen t m a k e s , such as th e GRAND DUCH E S S , BU F F A L O BRAND, ROYAL STAND­ ARD, and MY OW N SPE C IA L MAKE. Those a re th e best know n go*ds new im p o rted. N e w T r im m inu;--, N o w H o s ie r y , N o w B la n k e t * , N e w C a s s im e r e fa, N e w C o t t o n s , See. 100 FANCY ARAB WRAPS At $ 5 .0 0 Kamo a t now sell in t b e city for 99. W A N T E D , A G o o d S h a w l S a lesm a n . C A S H H O U S E A N D O N E P R I C E . BARGAINS CAN BL SECURED. P. C. A H E R N , 253 M A I N ST. PER F E C T FIT T IN G CLOAKS and COSTUMES m a d e to order ou s h o r t ustice. T h o ik s t stock of READY-M ADE CLOAKS iu th e d t y . ______________ k 17 #jd3» P H O T O G R A P H I C . K N I G H T ’S G A L L E R Y . T U E B E sT A ND LARGKtfT F R E E E X H I B I T I O N OF PH O T O G R A P H ! AND POROJSLAIN Plain a u d colored, ia to e d t / . C A L L A N D S E E . Those c o n tem p lating nio* photograph* f e r tk* holi­ days would do woJI to b a r s th a i r s ittings n o w , as to s t give# plenty of tim e , t h u s avoiding t h * h u r r y of toe i a s t days. Th* picteres can rws ' until w anted. I have th * beat artists, m l d ie s p est. w . M. KNIGHT. Buffalo. Nov*mii*r S, 19®. k i - lm S E V E N P E R C E N T . N O L O FIR S T M ORTGAGE BONDS, y-K K E O F G O V E U K S 4 K K T T A X , AT 9 5 AND ACCRUEDJINTEREST TM i rued runs th r o u g h th e n*h**t aud m o rt thtakly s e ttled portion of th is nsaguifl-wnt b l e to .a e d to t o * only link w a n ting to *onne*t S t. Louis a n d St. Paul by a (Crrot lin*, 147 mil** sh o r ter th a n a n / otber. I t r u n s t h r o u g h th* g reat *eal fields ot S o u thern Iow a to th e N o rth w h e re eoal is indispensable and m u s t b e s e rried. It runs fro m th e great lum b e r region# < f ti # N o r th , thro u g h a d istrict of country a Inch is do to t e of thie prim e necessity. IT DOES NOT RUN TH ROUGH A W ILD E R N E S S , where it w o u ld wait for lean t f o r a population to give it business,but thro n g h a tier i t e-unU r w which are now producing about tw e n ty m illion bushel* of /ra i n , m o s t of which is freig h t for railroad*. F o r ty five tulles a re j u s t finished, and th e Superia en d e n t r*j»ort# t h a t on tii* portion ointu for busi­ ness th e n e t earnings are m o re titan th e interval liabilities. , Sixty mils* m o re are graded, aad a m illion and a half of dollars have already beeu expended on the w o rk. The m o rtgage Is m ade to th e Farm e rs' Loan and Trunl Co., a n d bonds oau be issued only at th e rate of $16,000 p*r m ils, or only half th* am o u n t upon souse o th e r roads. Spemal s e c u rity is provided for th* p rinsipal aud J o r th* p a y m e a t of interest. F irst m o rtgages upon m o rt railroads a re tit* very safest investm e n ts , aad -o f a r as we c a n learn , th e r e is not a s ingle c o m p leted line m t h * N o rthw e st whieh ts not only paying ite in terest, but a good dfvideud upon it* stock. The immwive g rain and o th e r freights t<> bo • arriod sw a y , a n d th* dom estic s s p p lies to be bro u g h t hi, ensure a profitable business. F irst M o rtgage Bonds for so sm all a n a m o u n t upon a road run n in g th r o u g h such a ri*h and already well s e ttled port of Iowa, *au wall be rr.oommendud as a perfectly sate s s well a s very p r fltablu invest- m ut. A t th e preeent rat* t h e / p a r abo u t ten per ••n t . ou thu investm e n t. O v e r $400,000 have already K<#n tak e n by th e C o iupsny's officers a n d others interested in th e enterprise. P a m p h lets, w ith m a p , m ay bo obtained, and subscription* will be received in 8 y i« P t a s r t e , G o b le ’ s, M r* . W a ter Coolers, lc# a r d W a ter Pitcher*. N a p k in Rings, K n ife R e sts, S c u e Ladies, O ak*. PI* and Fiah K n ives, etc. Also, Forks, S p o o rs, P lated and Ivory H a n d led C u tlery. These GooJ# aro w a r r a n ted flrsl-eliss, from tlie be*t m a n u f a c turers, offering a rare o p p o r tu n ity t<> (•ur#ha.<e-* to select frem tho l»rge*t *#*n»Uncut ever o fisied ei her a t priv a te i r public sal*. Goods w ill b e «»n e x h -.bitlon F r iday m o r n ing, prv- vieus t o sale. Ladies aro p a r ticularly invited to a tten d th e sale. E . R . L Y O N — A u c ti o n e e r . Sale of DAMAGED GOODS, o e a c c o u n t of I n s u rance Com p anies. LYON k FLKRSHKIM will sell, a t th e i r s tore, 64 Main st, On W E D NESDAY, NOV. 17,9*1)1# A. M , i i cases |-aper note, l e t te r , legal, etc., b a m N Sugar, 9 harrcls 8 ) up. 5 barrel* V tn c g a r, 5 cask* Yellow W are, And o th e r g> o d s , slightly dam a g e d by w a ter Term s cash. kl B u f f a l o a u h . m v u * J . H. k If. I- ItK K f’M U ***** and Mai.a*- r- T H A N K JG IV IN G W E R E . ft> u r nights <nij s a d lto’.-.:r Engage - * TH IS WEDN1 (for thie * flrst MRS. fico T T SIDDONS E 9 t)A Y EV.RHINO, HOT. 17. *ei* of th e si U flrs t t i e * in m a n y yeai* o f t h * s p lendid , ia 4 a c ts , by R icb .r o Brinsley Sheridan, «n T H * SC H & JL FO R SCANDAL, supported by th e exfellont young a c tor MR. J..C L IN T O N HALL t e l t h e e n tire Dram- t i c Company. “ o -teorruw T h a n ! W iving R ight, 3 M R * . GOOTT 8M D O N 8 . »» t h e f ir s t* t i c e h e f t , in Shakespeare's superb idvf- lic com edy AS OU I IK E IT. OKLY SCOTT S1DD.ON8 M A ' I.N KB, f a tn r d a v a fternoon, a t * o’clock, J . P - S H O E C R A F T — A u c ti o n e e r . C H A R L E S R O S E N A U , M 2 M A U I S T R E E T , ust, r< com p lete wived from Auei . iu i pie* G U I P U R E T H R E A D , V i l iifie iF S u l N u t A p p liq* U c g , L v t B a r k , H A S D T — II1 1 1 1 A S D CO L L A R S , ■ I M L i W H I J S A M I I I 1 0 * 1 1 6 A I I M I T I 6 6 , Velvet and Velvet K lb b o u , Z E P H Y R S , C O R f f E T S , H O S I E R I E S A S D G L O V E S , AS of which will he sold V E B Y P E I C I S . K I D S u p e rior q u a i l * ,) AT LOW PRICKS. 362 KREMLIN BLOCK. M a r i n © B a n k , and in New York a t TH K COMPANY’S OFFICES, No. S* PIN K ST R E S T , at tb e BANK u F NORTH AM E R ICA, 44 W ALL STREET, and at H 0 W K 8 MACY*S, *0 W ALL STREET. Pam p h let* s e n t by m&ii on application W. B. SUATTVCK, k8-deod&eow#lm T reasurer A PACIFIC RAILWAY G r O B D L O A N . $ 6 , 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . Wo beg leave to a n n o u n c e t h a t ws h ave aooeptod th e agency of th e g Kansas Pacific KailwayCompany, For th e sal* of ks NKW SEVEN P E R CENT. TH IRTY YEAR GOLD LOAN, FR E E FROM TAX. This Loan am o u n ts to $6,900,000. F irst M ortgage Land G rant ami Sinking Fund Kond*, aeeured u(>on tlie #xterisi*rti of th e Railway from near Bberidan, in Ksn.-aa, to D e n v e r, Colorado, a distance of 217 m iles, o f which 12 m ’lo* are com p leted, and th* rout is undur construction. It is also a M ortgage upon the Road, tlie Rolling 8 W k and F ran sh ine of th is first-elnsa Railw a y , beside* n. w running thro u g h tiie S tate of Kansas, AND IN SUCCESSFUL OPERA T IO N FO R 4S MILES weet of th e MiAaouri river, and earning already tnougli to m e e t a ll of its expense* and existing obli­ gations, Decide* MORE TH A N T H E IN T E R E S T UPON T H IS NEW LOAN. In addition to this to e Bonds are also secured by of tke BANKRUPTCY. Im p o rtan t to tk e Trad* aud P u b h o . GREAT BANKRUPT SAI.E O F DRY GOODS BY SHOECRAFT BRO T H E R S , A t No. 249 Main st., opposite T h e a tr e , Buffalo, Com m eueiug on TUESDAY, NOVEM B E R 2, lSdO. A large c o n signm e n t of Foreign and Dom estic Dry Geods, c o n sisting of W est of England and Y o rkshire broad and nariow W oolen C loths, all shad-s and colors, Onrsiuroy, Fancy Tweeds, V e stings, I ! .akings, e tc. A lso, a la r j e ass irtm e n t of B ritish and Foreign m a n u f a c tu ■ c l Shawls and Dresses, in Silks, Satin, Poplins, Brocades, M erinoes, B r rages, Stuffs, etc., tog e th e r w u h a U rge st.\-k of F lan n e l', B lankets, lln r -e R u g s, C a rpeting, Table Covers and H o siery, id a i l i e s , P rints, B leachol a n d U n bleached C o tton Clotha, And a variety of o ther good* too num e rous to m e n tion. Sale to continue from day to day u n til th e entire stock is di.qH.«ed «,f Tho w hole w i'l lie sold w ithout reserve, in lota to s u it, f.*r cash. Sales oonum-uoe at 10 A. M., 2:3\ aud 7:30 »’cl.H.-k P. M' ________ J27-tf Q U A R L E S O , IR I S H , J R . , CITY AUCTION, COMMISSION AN D PUBLl< STORK H OUSE, 903 W a shington s t . , Buffalo. E s tablished lnf< R e g u lar A u c tion Sales, W E D N E SDAYS AND SATURDAYS. (• S p e cial sales as advertised. F u r n itu r e , Mirrors e ilcloth, C a rpeting, B lanket*, W all P a p e r , C u rtains tr . , etc.. retailed a t factory prices. 7 J 1 H K 0 1 - 6 6 ! * , ! o r ST. ODV-S A C A D E M Y i% o a i V o i B i i i L T - | - . w r r o s r j > , _ * i ! ______________ ron t h k i-m a K X T . g T . J A M E S K A 1 . L — 1’A I T I . VAX STRAKOS.i 'ci/uU j tnnnunoM thlit th g world-renow n e d iud unrivalled Conoert V o e a lut, M ’L L E CixRLOTTA P A T T I , will m a k e h e r first a.q-earance in Buffalo (alum lief re tu r n from Europe), fr«-*h from her hnliiaa* Iri- umpP* iu New Y o rk, Philadelphia, B o ston, e t«., ie THREE GRAND PATTI C O N V E R T S , FR ID A Y , SATURDAY AND KONDAY, K o v a m b c r 20th, 27t*l and 29th, 1864, a t s o'clock. fc M’llrtCARLOTTA »ATT1 will be a**lst*d by MOKS TH E O D O R E R ITTER. 77m great elaas.eal Pianist ins flrst a p p e a rance here. MR. H E N R Y 8Q U IRK 8 , Tlie popular T e u o r - to is first a p p e s ran.-* since his re- tu r n ^ f r o m A u stralia. JO S K E HERRMANNS, llA great Ba*--..., M R ..G . W. COLBY, ...cvomjiaii »t. Stein* t ) n Piano* ure used at all t h e P a tti Concerts F u r tliS f p a rticular i shortly. klfl tf \ I FOR TH A N K S G IV IN G DAY. A O ra id 8hootii>g M atch at Spying AM>ey, in a Inch ..»yr 200 Chicketi# s n d I'urkey*. s re to l>e shut for w ith i h o t guns. S h o o tii g lo com m ence Ht y o’clock A M. Also, a G rand Sucia! Ball in th e evening klC-3t W TI4 M c K K L U k JO, Mansger. y T . J A M E S K A L I..' KIOIITH ANN !\AI. ANNIVtKMAKV o r C O M P / K Y “ G , \ K A G I .E Z O U A V E S , 74th Regim en4, N. G. W E D N E SDAY EVE- (Tliankrgiving), NOV. 17, 1809 Ticket*, $1. _______________________________ k!3-4t / \1A P T . T R A V I S , V t o g a r e P l a e l a g H l U C e M p e a / . D o o r Bach a n d Blind M a n u factory, 2 1 6 K. Seneca fct*, K iln D ried D o o rs, G lased and U n g laasd 8 Inside am i O u ts ide B linds; D o o r r e d W indow Frem** A lso, P laning, Sew ing a a d T u r n in g * very description done t o e a t e r e n sh o r t notie* aad w ith dispatch __________ ___________ B a f f a l s T y p e P e a n d r y And PR IN T E R S ' W A R E H OUSE furnishes every a r t i c l e required in th e p r in tin g business to any e x ­ te x t desirt-<i, on as reasonable term # as a n y Foundry in this country. Also ElB C T R O T Y P IN G in all its variety. Also, type adapted f o r Dick s M ailing Ms- hiou. __________ ___________ S . uYMAN. G l a s s , G l a s s , G l a s s . 6000 Boxes W isdow G lass, s m n rted sixes. PLA T * GLASS FO R STORES AN D DW E L L ING8 a t Lest th a n Eastern Prim e. 50,000 t e . W H IT E L E A F , 100 bbls. L IN S E E D OIL. F o r tale by A. REYNOLDS * CO., 191 Ma st. and 46 Lloyd fct., Buffalo, N. Y. H a r t f o r d F i r * l n s s r a n u C e a / a e / . C h a r tered la 18X0. Ctoh^O^jiUJ^ $1^000,000. 4 B r e w s ’* t e l l Ms p . B a ^ t a U E V . is. A lcohol. Pei See W h is k y , O id R y e ' W n tahy, D om estic ‘ G in. _____________________ k a s e U e a t P i n l a s a r a a e * C s a p a n j . of H e rtford. C apital, $ 200 , 004 . WM. C. SM ITH . A g e n t, 4 Brow n ’s Building, Buffalo, M. T . PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS O F STORES, M ANU F A C T O R IES, RffSIDENCBS, A t low a t e * . H. L. B I-ia$ _____________________________ 9f0 Main 1 a s s s e e s * . ■ n i x K i r e i a s n r a n t t C e a p s n / , ol H a r tford. C a p ital, $600,000. WM. C. S M IT H , A g e n t, 4 Brow n ’s Buildings, Buffs) j , N . T , N O V E M B E R . Ladies Heavy Walking Boots. Ladies Fine Dress Boots. Gents Fine Dress Boots. (;<-nts Doable Sole Calf Boots. ARCTIC OVER SHOES, ALASKA OVER SHOES GENTS FRENCH SA.NDALS, b u s h r a L r w i m m a r c t i c o y e r s h o e s , F I N E FE L T B L IFPE E S , A l l e s r a s CLARK’S WATER-PROOF BLACKINO. W E N C H SLOES FO R LA D IES SHOES. BBONSE TA R N ISH CALL AT 4 0 0 H A I M I T , k; u 1 GOVERNM E N T LAND ORA N T O F T H R E E M II^ LIO N ACRES, extending ui a l t e r r a t e sections on oith e r aide at tiie track from t h e 994to m ile po-t in Kansan to Denver. The pruoeedn of th e sale of thob* ian-la a re to be ia- veted by t b e T rust s e s in th# 7 per een i Bonds them selves up to 120 o r in U. 8. Bond*, SINK ING F U N D FO R TH E REDEM P T ION O F TH E BONDS.; Th# land.* em b race some of th e finest jxirti the m a g n ificent T e r ritory of Colorado, m c ludlng a eoal field a n d pinery. T h e .Com p any also holds a* an asset an o th e r tra c t of T H R E E M ILLIONS |O F ACRES IN T H E STATK O F KANSAS, and although n o t pledged as a s e c u rity for this k*u> th e ir possession a d d s largely to t h e C o m pany's wealth and credit. W* e s tim a te U P ­ VALUE O F T H E COMPANY’S PR O P E R T Y , COV­ ER E D BY T H IS (MORTGAGE, AT $23,- 000,000 NET. W H ILE T H E LOAN 18 M E R E L Y } $3,600,0C0. The Bonds hav* T H IR T Y YEARS TO RU N , from May 1, 19® , and w u i pay SEVEN PE R CENT INTEREST IN GOLD, sem i-annually, on May 1, a n d Nov. 1, a n d are FR E E FROM GOVERNM E N T TAXATION, th e Com p any ] * y ing th e ta x .j TTie p rincipal of too L e a n is m ade p ayable in gold, In th e C ity ot New Y o rk, b u t eaeh coupon will he payable in F r a n k f o r t,L o n d o n o r New Y o rk, a t option of t h e holder, w ithout notice, a t th e following rates On $*.000 Bond in New Y o r k .$36(gold)eaeh h a lf y ear. “ “ L o n d o n £7 5s. lOd. “ “ ** ** F r a n k f o r t .,8 7 fr. 30 k r txs., “ Th* A g e ste of t h e Loan, t<ef> r e accepting t h e tru e had th e conditio* of t h e m a d , aud th * country through w h ich it runs, carefully exam ined. T h e / are happy to give t h e L amb FIRST-CLALS INVESTM E N T , in e v e ry reep s r t perfectly s u r e , a n d in eotn* BETTER T H A N GOVERNM E N T SECURITIES. The Bunds will he sold fo r th e 1 T H E W IN N E R O F 147 CONSECUTIVE HATCHES. R 1 F I . E A N D F ^ S T O L G A L L E R Y ' A T T H E A R C A D E . G e n tlem o n will th<*niH, lvf*v o f l- ' i-ining r i - pertv in th e use c P i- u ! and Rifle, under m y in ­ struction. Le sun* «gi veil to Ladies snd Oi-nUemrii a t tlieir pr.vate rvn J-i-iice., by fm iuilig a c la * uf *it, in Pistol t hooting. A I’R IZE T \ be give*. t<> a n y O p n t 1 seeutivu e i t l ^ r »: charge for* tho ch* ices shots. ' 11 wlio will m ake rix eon. a rifle or pinto I. Kn fchuuting, only for the FA S IL Y H IP P L IE K , \ r H U T T E K . From th e very her-t Dairies iu W estern New Y e rk, f--r sale at 15 Kart Seneca *t. Alao a select aveort- in- n t of choice Faoiily Groceries. __________________________III BQEI I. k PO T T KB H A X A L L F L O U R , M ANUFACTURED AND FOR SA L E BY THORNTON 6l CHESTER, JC3 Sin NATIONAL M ILLS. No. 21« E rie st. INTERNATieiiL WDISTWAL MIIBITIO!. NO TICK TOTHE PUBLIC. T h s b reed baked in th e S tow a rt Cook Stove a t th e IND U S T R IA L E X H IB IT IO N ^ i* m ade from tlie H A X AI jl * F L O U R , M ANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY T H 0 R K T 0 N & C H E S T E R , J t S l m NATIONAL M H J,<. Wo. t i t E n c st 06, AND ACCRUED IN T E R E S T , BOTII IN CUR- EK N C T , to e A g e n U reserving to e r i g h t to advance th* rate. T h e attention of investors ia invited to these w< secured bonds, whieh we recom m end m ou* ef th* m o st profitable investm e n ts in fi Gobi a n d G o v e rr.m e n t S e c u rities t a k e n in paym e n t U th e i r m a r k e t value, w ith o u t sots to m s p e giving full I F Y O U R F L O U R D O E S N O T S U I T . T R Y F R E N O H & D O Y L E , WHOLESA UK'GROCERS, FLO U R AND OATMEAL DEA L E R S 66 M AIN T M W F 1 I' ........................ ■ ^ — — 111 1 i\ ■ W S h o o ti n g remmc-r^ca Novem b er 12, and ending Nnvcintwr 24. t- »•.<- t with th e ri fie* and piM-.ln w h ich arc used in t b ) Gallery every day. Pigeon shooting v 11 cunuueitce a t this G allery <>n th e l« th of NoT*mtr*r, a iul c o n tinue four days ami nights. CAPT. JO H N TRAVIS, k lS Arcade, Buflalo, P O S I T I V E L Y TWO NIOUTH ONLV. T lIE O D o llK THOMAS' G R E A T C O N U K K T O R G A N IZ A T I O N ’ FORTY D lsriN O C IssH K D ARTISTS, Com p lete and Intact roiupri«ing ill ee THK KM IN h e T S O .O I8T 8 OF H IS CKI.EFRA T E D ORCHESTRA, W ill give i T W O G I A N D C O N G E R S ST. JA M E S H A L L , THU R S D A Y , ^fovetnber Ibtli, and SATl RDAY, .Vovcml-er SOtli. ADMISSION m . K . . . . O N E DOLLAR. Reserved Seats - - . O n s D o llar a n d F if ty Cent* Hoeeoii T ickets, Inelu'ling Seservwl Seat, Two Dollars The aalo o f flevuKjn rickets wil1 take place a t C<>t tie r k D e n ton’s n u s i: store, on tho m o rning ul Mon day, Nov. 16. — T h # sale of S* ta f«^r seiw ratc nights, on Tuewlav, Nov. 19. t k ! 2 t / p i R U T a n . n u S l ' H A L . o f t h e B I T C R E R 8A8HOCIATION NO. 1, Will be held a t f t TH ALER HALL on Genesee strve*. on Thursday evening? Novem b e r 18, lsf.u The p r \ ’ cession will f o r n r j u tarfcirl H a il, c- n - c r of < b ip|n » • a- d E ilicott •trtirts.A it lz o’clock M. All Huteher* in Buffalo and v^rinMy are reajiectfully invited to join in th e Procettioi » A COB ROKSCH, President A L B IN MA L V p , flecretary. A T T O U riY B . gPRAGUE, FORBUSH 4 HYATT, A T T 0 R N N Y 8 A N D CO U N S E L L O R S I N P A T E N T C A U I E S R. C. 8P R A 0 U E , W. H. D R B U S I I , JA Y N T ATT Nos. 1, 7 end 8 W eed’s Block. Mr. Sprague eontinue* -he p r a ttle s of t h e o ther hranehes of his profession a t Ne. 1 W eed's Block. O R B U S H & H Y A T T , Solicitors of A M E R I C A N A N D F 0 R E I 0 N P A T E N T S , Weed’s B lock, e o r. Main and Swan sts. Jay H y a tt, A ttorney an i Counsellor. W. H. Forbush, M e e h a n ,rai Engineer. klfi-tf F N T i T l l i l E I T . y y t : H A V E J U S T H A U M A N U F A C T U R E D I N E U R O P E , V and im;>orted for o u r own krade, t h s richest line of P O I ' H E T i B M H S E V E R O F F E R E D IN T H U C I T Y . j / i n e a r t # A c a d e m y . TOUNO MKNM ASSOCIATION B U IL D lV O s ’ Tb# G allery will be opvn every day, -xccr «1 Bu.-*- d a /a, from 0 A. I t tlB 6 P. M. m onth, Se eenU. i t i c e n ts; sea^x I H K A L . Q U E A P P L a S i m . 1 Seven OctaveChi£erlng IbMewool Piano, mod - era seals, with ove^st.'ung biea « c ., h u t little uswt, price $340 1 Sevet' (<ct*ve Benson R/.* owojh ], #.;< 1 six and one-foiirili price $150. J six octave, _ , price #75 1 six ortavc, y, p rice ffrt) 1 six octsv*. ljir,-i octave, Keo, Oelb A Wall ________ Meaeham, Mahoga /, earn, Mahogany, p t eed , p t e*A l67. COTTiER A D E M O N . Y G R E A T s f i d L I S A S M A I .L B O U V . W* havebeee appoi-ited agent, for th e aale of the Math uahek ORfc’llE 8 T R A L a ND C A IIB R E P I A ' OB. No descnjrtJon will J-gthe-so w u trujuenU fuatice, i itlie ar* th e r e for o r^ e irvited to exam ine theru. CUT l BR A DENTTrN. ! y Main^HV _______________ jjjOJO 0*11 aad sm toem. No trouble to toow them. FSLSOV A ESO. c o m m i s s i * ! ! . o u t l i e a rc th e r e f irvite d to exa m in e theru . C T I E R A DENTON , f y Main H t . ___________jJ CHICKEIUNG P I A N O S A T R E O v C E D P B I C E .S , JEW E T T A MISCHKA. 2 0 3 M a m S t r e e t , DABNSY, MORGAN,.* CO., > . m ~ • - | r r a j i t . IL X. JSS CTJ/k oo.. >n n rm iK A * . v. pOOFERAOX T. K. PLUMBLY, e i a t h s - e t a t a t a J H I h g f o s S i i l t a S t e s N N l We. 44 W e r ttertee t o . # * m Mate m d W m teV g toa ste. SMITH k UNDERHILL, PRODUCE COMMISSION M ER CH A N T S . 96 Whitehall Street, New Tork. # of all kisdeof prodeee. Quiek ■ aud prompt returns. fiWppjegbraad r‘c'n r md g o o d a nrished fr S S V T 1 S T K T . T E E T H EXTRACTED WITH0CT PAW, a i . s . S T N A I C H T , DSMTIST ■ S C C A T M S A L . Bsffislo Female Academy. r p HE NEXT TERM, OF TEN WEEKS, MONDAY NEXT, 18tk INST. k-9-ta A T CUEHTEE, Principal. NKW YORK. We beg te call the attention of the public to tiia following Pries List, pl ich ahewa tlie immense red-u - tie s lo ta* pries of tfisys oelebrated instruinrt.te im r L S tte . L —Re*»VM*d > front rs ls*B* r o u ftl' double m o u lding', on i; Agraffe fceqle; octagon leg* ft* ’, oo rorQ tr 1/ $600 00. BTYL* No. *.- Rose A od, 7-octave; front corners large rour<T doaldeiuoulditogaoa plinth, Agraffe tr-‘ ie; full carved lcg« . . . 50* 00 F o r a x rly $050 00 . STYLE N o. 3.—Reasw «*d 7 octave; all r..ond foa like front; d--u hie idings oo pfpth; Agraffe treble; . . . . . . . ' ................................. 636 0® Foraf arty $673 00 . STYLE No. 4.— Ruses v * 7-octave; all round ek flai^rad like front: hand aaouldHTpi; Agraffe treble; ”- V t 7 » t e .............. « \ \ • W T L . . n . STYLE Ita. 675 00 t a i M E t e H f l f i p *■ plinth; rtrh Pert# saraMtaSB Qteate hod/ ef case; ^ 1 - s a S f c T - ............ JT. M te isritaEy tatfs FISST-CLA$\ I ra o f INSTEUMENTfi the Jhlrkering ff Korin JEW ETL A MISCHKA, Agents + m Main r t V E u ih io . y v m u a . xuS fZ iiA ji, pia n o m a . su S t e f e t a «■ t a a s h t e o a 1 T r F t a W , t a ill® iff r i i i w a t a essee. w’etah h e w s r r a . te W : s i s r - s j r ^ a j r \ - C M M H A * k u e t k j c a n .

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