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VOL. XXVI. WEDNESDAY. MAY 3. 1871. L O S T A K D r O C J T D . ________ M A*ONi( ___ f __ ____ ‘tv e r tru e ” T h e finder will fr- rew a r d e d by leav- H O A n O I N O A M D L O D G I N G . • t. betw e e n Mall F O R S A L E — H O U S E S . I D W E L L IN '0 3 FO K a ALU. W A N T E D . I'le 1'iaoL, to he delif«-red betw e e n May and r. 'I how- producing P l a n t will do well to *.m I «M» th e .'nlwrllM -r a t L . A. B ank?’ O r > M a jrara Buffalo. 1 - MKAIM.KV. H L L P W A N T E D — FEMAO-LS. 4 ( i Kl.LN I.N T I I r-T. A O l h l . W A N T E D IO . 1 .. grin ral hnuneworS. A g girl can h a v e a I* n n a n e u t M luaUon. tO-lf I ’ . . ) \A K B T .- W A N T E D A f O M P K T K M O iK L ’ I w l - do gnu ra. housework. Uood rvfrren' re q u i r e d . ______________ K »IK L TO DO >f tw o per»o!)S. e 2 2 t f N IA O A K A b T .-G I K L W A N T E D FOR ♦\3 Franklin street, J-atory b r i c k : lot V'rKW. 20 ' I’, a r: , t r e e t , 3 -ntory b r ic k : gas. w a ter, o*»h. i*i E leventh ntreeL lk - s t o r y fra m e ; gas. * . ' e r b a ll.: lot 40x131. 143 Lajrle « i r « t . 2 -*fory brick an>l w ing: gas, •rat. r. A c .; lot > * 111 . . 1 11 nouth D IvLlon s tr e e t. 2-story and a ttic brick ; g*-. wai e r. b a th : lot.V i*iii. ’*'• '\ u t l i D ivlaion str»-et. 2 -e to r y : g - s . w i u r . i . ’h. ^ E a ^ ' e atreet, 2-atory brick ; gas, w a ter. A Je r s e y atreet, 2 -etory brick and w inp; k»* I\2 N inth s tr e e t. 1 ii-nU,ry brick • jrae. w a ^ r..bath. 237 N inth s tr e e t. 2 -storv brick : na.-. LYON. B a K K * * r11 F.rle L a n d Offlce. M>1i> Bt* g < O T T A U E S YOU BALE. t R tv m il i D ivision street, two l-story fram e eot- tmgi a- S..if • i. a N o rth W illiam atreet. l-sto r y fram e : lo t 23* VP> 3 1 .' *\ v n# r t b W illiam street, D i-story fra m e ; lot23x i«n>— s.* £•>. 392 ami XK F.aple s treet, tw o f ram e c o tta g e s : lo t M X*.T7Twiutii street. 1 -atory f ram e , n e w ; lot77x!50- r. Eleven Oi s treet, ) * - s t o r y fram e , n e w ; l o t 2 2 x l« — l e, da s tr e e t, l>i-«tory fram e , corner K fner St. — t!.?*'. K f- ' - tr e e t. l - s to r y f r a m e : lot 25*85—3*5\. f o r s a u b — h o u s e s . MAIN k i k E E T STO K E F O E B A L E —V fE on M ain street, lietw e e n to an e*ree«a. LY O N , B A K E R A O b . fr.de * * M ain st. _______________________ bi t vrnTSr f i i|A l N B T K E E T ffT o K EI FOKOK BALEA F B L E —W l-T . lo t In p a r t pay to— L RDS ft H K K L a .V o . take a lot t II ^ F ° K S A L E —H« j T?BE A N D LOT. •vafa Bum: in*. L o a n B rokers. Net 2 _ S L . Henera sL L o t 32* its*, w ith gor -1 atone w*;k . b ack to f ront. lloune in p e r fect o n l e r t h r 'UgV oot, wliUt a fo o d d r y cellar under all. t>>uU 1 iis room s, besides am p le pan t r lea. c h in a rkMwis aC>i clothe\ p resses, a n d woodsbeil. T e rm s eaj.y. n e rferL Apt)’ v to J< »H V O T T O Kl Pearl »t. ('I.I N T o N FO R SA L E OK TO K E N T —IM stre e t, a .arge lot, a p /i>l barn : ln n w In onler. all Uie im p rovem e n ts. JO H N O T T O , sl Pearl « D W E L L I N G ' FOK SALE. H>o. 238 N iagara st. A flrst-class brick dw el­ ling. tw o s tortea a n d SnUhed a tlle . m a stic f r o n t . <*?. w a ter, bath-room , f u r n a c e : b rick b a m : lot 6 *xiai. Also. No. IM N o rtn Divlaion. tw o -story brick : gar. w a ter, f t c . : io; STsxlia. Al*?,. No. 421 N in th s t . : a new brick dw e lling. tw o rtorlea and wing, flnlsbed 1 n su p e r io r ttr l e : fo tb 'y 1®'. LY O N , B A K E K ft CIA, E u e L a n d office. 346 jlr.ln sl* i 25 T O L E T — H O U S E S . V street | F O R K E N T —T H E I. A R O E S-feTOKY B R ICK baH d ina on t l * aonthw e a t co r n e r o f Peneea ^t a m i th e T e r r a c e , know n aa the F a rg o Hoaae, well adapte<l fo r a b o H . m a n u factnrlD x o r o ther bastnesa. I-E F f t PM 'K E K IN O . IS W . Bwan at. d » Io r t i u i u u c r *DfX iu.'4> » r t ot cfiU Jrcc. liLicrt u- - re |Uirt . . ■; A \ i F R A N K L IN bT .—W A N T E D iMMK- it ••'.inix-fonf xirl to <l\ if'\)* ral li-».jM**rorlc; a p p ly H tonr.*; m o s t *»> H U1- It t|-<J CJi-tt 472 D E L A W A R E A V E N U E (T H E K E 'I - .IS a J '- n . c \ f S. I,. fV n ie o f t Esq..) for sale, hy H -I r. f t a \ N Kl > H |». 1; 1 «w*n =t- (S » te H F O R H ALE—S T O R E NO. 31 M a i n HTRKE t ] J B l 'leptli t<> W a s h ington tt. JO H N o T T o , No. 61 l'e a r l a u (-7 1 1 ^ ( 1 m a i n h t . w a n t e d a ■ \<>k. 1 1 4 1 / Kfoforencm r e q u ire''. .ei-at te f i K E A L E S T A T E FOR BALE AT KKDUt ED E B price* t o cUrtc a u catftfo. T h is p roiw ri v ts v d - U ' A M K I I - 'X . I l i l , - fO I - '.K S K K A L ilDUMK- >> - « \ r k , » I., .||, .,1,1/j; . -.Jill work, 2 t o d o WMbb- * ' ao 1 I ' \iiit 4 >1 j ,/, -I., e n tr a n c e N o Improv'-.I am! r<-no-<: fo flrst-/ :a~« tcnajjfo. f'artfru ] Ikrs furnlriiCd hy HUM E ft SA N F O R D , 46 W . \ • a n st. _________ u I N <rUi Dlv|w|>.,i :ip n t a i i j i . ________ _ _______ i t * ^ f o r b a l e < h e a i * . N\. 22 N o rris H a c e , 2-Kt<»ry frftme house. In good com lH lon; lot %>xlli. P r ice 32.6ft'. N • . ZT < Ilftou i'la< e, 2-»forj- fran.e house. Lo! 2ft* Y I ' A V I H ) K in«r-4 I.A.SS D IN I N G ROOM 4 i n ■» a Hit > a tl..iial H o tel, E x e lian g t s t. \ \ • riR » T - 4 i , a a i c o o k am a f * ; tm i 't ai\» Iremgrnx! w.i-;,t-r ami '[ ' i. i , rtq u lro d . A<:ur«-sa 1 *. o . 1J\X w ith nam<. r< f e n nee* a n d residence. el-St 114. No. 22C a rey s tr e e t, iq - s to r y frsnie lot 66* UK Very low s t 3 No. 243 neveulh elrvet, soutlieast co r n e r of \ lr- gliilft ? T ' eL \ \ ’ A N T E D A N I,' RUE T O T A K E C A R E OK A i f young child. M a s t b a v e Snit-eiaM r t f i r e n r e i u, ||\ ||. ?iy. i-apahility. etc. AiMreM P. O. H ,x - •. o i .1 naiue, r v ib r e u c e s a n d residence- .-i N\. p f f t'e tl a r b tr ret. 1 W -bforr fram e h e ti-e; weU ni.O'i.,1 .n l in prim e o n l e r : lot 33*;32. W ith Ittj- , , nl - Sftl i.avrri' lit. price 3-'.®\. N\. 3ft \v 11 1 Imiii street, 2-«l\ry fram e house, w ith lari\ lot mini h s m . Price IJJUn. H E L P W A N T E D — M A L E S . J/.-j tire ofH o W A K W A C H A P P E L L . 348 Main st. c4 W A M KD R E L I A B L E Mr. ’ T O b E L L BV f f \am p le fo twislni\? »n**n. < , mml ffglC t/TTA G E M FOU SA L E . N iugnra si n -et. l-sto r y f r a m e : lot 77xin»— $i.2'»i. 437 i * i ’f . n street, 1-slory f r a m e : lot 27xl4'J— 31. I f t 6- * a rltou 6iri-<-t, 2-story 'f r a m e ; lot 19x1.'\ 3 '.2 ‘K t '* N o 'th D ivlaion street, l-sto r y fram e ; lot V** 13' 6I,»'«I. • J EleveuUi stre e t, l-sto r y fram e ; lo t 26ri»— *:.» » . 2.2 B lxth stre e t , l-sto r y f r a m e ; lo t 22xH*»— Sl.ttW. IS L Y O N , B A K E K ff CO. ft. i .'.-utiy MUes. W. >I< MAIN, V) I'c- tro t t , M ich. _____ vx-ei W A V i r . D - T E N GOOD -M A< III.YKK i » f MoiimWh a l Til.- r-l. I.itw r c n rf roiim lry. F r - r it L f t .t 'l o r - nto, i uii.i U. J » \ . ! o l U r '| , . r .j.ty » 1 pal-1 t-. „ wii j,. %»\K. N\i.<- * nt 1 •' • ■ • 1/ ■ i 1'1’,-ly i\ V\ M. i i A MIXwJ UN A .'ON. %|»ri! i • i-'.t \ V ' VNTKD ONK O lt T W O titM U i TIN8.MI-I II f f J.,M h . ,f - I'cail i. ilJB-lf ffflP . A l.i AHI.K M ANUKA' 'I'L' KINO A N D I I I huslne?' p r o p e rty for s a l e .- S o x vn. L o u i - l s * H OU S E * T O K E N T , FRO M MA 1 L 1 STI, BY A. N . W I N S H I P .S n . 10 E a s t E a j i e a t . YYashlnpton ‘t : very room y hoaae sal tab ic Tor b o a rders. P r ice tern. vu* W astUn^ton su , re a r of above h o a a e ; room y brick barn P r ice f 309. 333 and 159 Elk sL. brick r o t t t r a . R e n t $330 e a c h . «3S b e n e c a a t., room y , l j f a t o r y fram e . K e n t $223. Ill am i 133 L o u isiana tt-, tw o genteel cottages o p ­ posite t b e F r e ig h t l>epoL R e n t, e a c h *3/1. FA R M S r«»R SA L E .—Several desirable form a for sa.c in this and a d joining coantlea. INSURANs.'E—T b e undersigned w ill and insure Lu several o f th e beet com p a n ies State. H«»UBE*» V <IK S A L E .—No. 472 N iag a r a s t. ;*-*tory fra m e ; lot 30*120 P r ice *4-S'\ » T e n th s t . : lki-storv f ram e . P r ice $ 2 JD 0 . 14 Tw e lfth « t.. ifi-atory traiue. P r ice $3JUL Ik L a r r -H- sL, ~-*V>ry brick, baaem e n t and attic. P r ice *4_ v . 314 E lltcott s t . : D i - s t o r r fram e. P r iee $S. uob . S36 sen* c* »t.. 1 -story G o thic f ram e . P r ic e *2.0\. V a n d a lia # 1 ., tw o l-sto r y fram e co ttag e s ; each $ 1 .\W. W.. .v,7. a n d 2s* E lk St., n e w brick cottages. P r ice $3juueacb. rv n eca s b , a block of s ix 2 -s t o r r brick honaea, n e a r Griffin s t. Price, e a c h $I.M«J. Bouck a v e n u e , c o rner o f N o r th W ashington.^throe wrKeien c o ttages, n e a rlv new. Price > l^ t\ e a c h . gaa,>ry w a ter, f; t c .as, ; lot iOU V irginia sL. flrbt h o u s e from N iagara a u , * -atory feet to N o rth Pearl sL b H c k ; g a s , w a ter, a n d c e llar. P r ic e $4.«JS. flb D e U w a re r t .. c o m e r Eagle. 3-story fram e , w lu . ! . , >R H . , F ^.D e law a re a t . n e a r V irginia, brick nildlLu n : gas a n d w a ter. I „ , t 7 . . w ni su 4 U, o r 36 leet a t *1311 p e r f o o t KM .Johnson Place, 3 -sto r y brick . gas. hot and cold *•** “ a e - w ,*‘ •*** '■ — *&— - - w a ter, nnd o th e r m caieru Im p rovem e n ts ; lot .\ 2 x l 2 i(, ’ w ith brick barn. Hi Llnw o o d a v e n u e , s o nth w e st co m e r hum mi mr “ i » FlUeT-C LASB D W E L L L N G B FOK SA L E . J I kd a w are sU. 1 -sto n r brick, w ith all m o d e m Inir,r«iWement 8 ; lot 60 feet to alley; b a m on allev. •T\ Mnln *t..2-«v b r ic k g w a te r , f tc .; lot KW - . .. fram e, n e w : flret-, lat.- h o u se; lot 10'\7N». •M J'olinwm Place, 2 -sto r y brick : g as, w a ter, ftc. : lot :*»x HP i. N o rthw e s t c o m e r D«k and N o rth D ivision s treets, 2 -*T..r > IDrb k. wi«h all m o d e rn 'm p rovrm e rits. 'la Jjky l i l 'K K ft BAN KOKD. IS M e s t Bwsn s t e O D T T A tJE FOK tag*- on Pal ith corner o f M B U .3IN U 8 CH A N C E S . \ H E ID L E T A N D M 1 L L INKKY I Ud ..d ..,Ts ror sale. No. .51 Niagai:.. earl m. 1 h e s t o r e Is com p ieu-lj tl u ■ lining valuable m.t< ISni rv, a T h is p n o s -rty is adiuli i Mud of inanufacliirlng busln g w ith slate roof. »-on- ' a large fram e build- •ly Jo*-»led for my *. L Y f-N . ItAK k It T \ V ' K \ r u l i a A I . K l \ THK V IL L A G E < ID .ME A BAN KOKD. \\ . cl'. H O R S E S A N D C A R R I A G E S . •E. I 1 t A K M i l . l t . 1 uv wagon Intiuli'- *-I M- . f lirt floor. . i-ti IIIK I K I.K K ItA T K D lU O 'f T lN * . >TAL- B A L K , l H \ fi' j'U barne>M, hi >.!» » • • 'l l l .l l . S n 421 tjeiii ' Ito : Mu ■■•rgv.\ leeee U..i •> A.M E S M I.M if r- I. . i t r k ’-i: m r z every in. I'lv t '.!< f i ; ; , r ■ e i ms easy. L E E ft do iT T tl •iwk and Hurt Term fav l“7 F ranklin Ur-t-ts, w ith o rat'le. A|>- : ; i s c c t t A N £ o n s . 1 M K I M . IIA V I. II : I LK I . t T „ “ 7 D \ ( sir***. * IvI.AND. T H E IIIT -. D E M KAIH.S lu i.itM AUDBft t'.l . I IV a rl _______ v. PKM E D H O C B S B F O K SA L E , tre e t — N o. 213; l ‘{ story fram e , lot 2 7^*125; ■ ; n -et—N a 372; 1 s to r y brick (rear p a r t i , lot alb . ; price Sl.VJU. an s tr e e t—No. 72; 2 s tory b r ic k ; lo t 24x163; A st. and Mi - No. 2M3; 1 s to ry f r a m e ; lot t-.N o .9 7 ; 1 a tory fram e ; lo t 3\xlU0; ••as* .f M ichigan s tr e e t—2 story fram u : : !»:•!■• ■Ion !■reet, t south side. flr«t fram e 'liesinui s t r - e t —2 sto r ies; gas, w a ter, - [ r l - e * , .* \ . No. 412; 2 story fram e ; lot 25xI<J9; 383i l s to r y fra m e ; lot 23*li'); S 'l ; large fram e c o ttag e ; lot A L K - A D E B IK A ItL E < t »T- .itre, t. n e a r V irginia str» e t; ______ _ ________ ____ 25* ,* H 2 . \Y 111 be sold ou e asy t* rius. L E E ft P U .K E K I N 1', IS W eat Bwan sL d a A | f i h b t - c l a b b K E b lD E N C E f o k b a l e d n ■ S U.e A u rora Koa*l, a b o u t seven miles from M ain -t.. U-Ing a tin- new brick house w ith F rench m n f. and ais.u t 24 acres o f ex c e llent land uuder a rr,.. rL t e o f cu ltivation. H L 'M E f t S A N F O K D , 16 W ent Bwan a t _______________________________________ d9 A f t FO R BALE C H E A P - N O . 264 FR A N K L IN f t B au, large h ouse In fine o rder, large lot- One of ine Txwt locations in Buffalo. Also. N o .if* W a s h ing­ ton s t , V s torv brick house, g a s an<l w a ter, to close au estate. A p p ly to JO H N OTTO. Ml P e a r l a L 11* FOIRBALE.—PK O P E K T Y ON T H E BOUTH- wefit c o r n e r <«f W a shington and B cott streets. - ItHirahjiy a<lapted for a foun«lry. JO H N OTTO, «I P e a r l iitreet._________________________________ <-22 A f t FIIIIST-CLABB D W E L L IN G S FO R SALE. JB 9 Fr,»m May 1st. the 4-sU>ry brick dw e lling No. 2 HA P e a rl « treet; has gas. w a ter, bath, fnraac*. ftc., very conveniently located fo r business o r profes­ sional mrnn. LY O N . B A K E R ft CO., E r ie Land f>Qce. 3411 Main su _____________________________ be A f t FOK 8 A L E - N O . 85 SO C T H D IV ISIO N ST., J H a 2 -story basem e n t and a ttic brick house. In perfect r e p a ir , h a s gas a n d w a ter, is s ituated in a verv pieasantnielghbi ' ‘ * * * p a r t o f the c ity . _ _____________ . \ - \ — “ ------------------ A p p ly to J O H N 6 TT< >, f f t | FOIU BA L E — PKKMIME 8 NOB. 633, 336 A ND J f i . A'iT F r a n k lin sL, lo t luu feet front by 220 fo r t in ■ ih to P e a rl §L, w ltli th ree brick houses on ir - w lil lie sold In parcels. T e r m s e asy, price low. r ’y to JOIH.N © T T O .Hl P e a r i aU A I'­ ll* Vnu'kUu mu, o p i a t e th e C a th e d ral. P r i c e *115 ^ L o w on n o r th e rly s ide o f E x c h a n g e sL throngh to ' arro ll st., betw e e n H a m b u rg and J e fferson streets. Trice *21 per f o o t. . L o ts sam e a s last, e a s terly o f V a n R e n s s e laer s t . ; sam e p> ice. — lota o n w e s terly side o f fJrlflln sL, betw e e n UOUBEB TO K E N T —W E H A V E A SU M k28 M B T o L E T .—’*5 T E N I II B T K E E T . A ROOMY' I S 1 S-Story fram e cottage. In good o r d e r ; gas, KfoTt $25b. 15 F r .n k lln s t . a d e s ir a b le suit of room s , new ly flnDhed : gas. w a t e r a n d cellar. K ent $200. v ,' F r a n k lin St.. new fram e cottage, now being - . - ....... .. Lustily. K ent » 2 UC. A. N. W iN S H I P . No. 1(1 E a s t E a g lesL L E G A L NOT11 S U P R E M E C O U R T . E K I E C O C N T T . - J O H h G. K a r r, plaintiff, a g a i n .t J o h n H. Bha T o t h e defrndiuat J o h n H ^H taw ^ th e c u m p U i s t i a l i u i s c b o a , w k l t t w iu ne nieo th e office o f th e C lerk o f th e G o a t y o f U f , ___ se-ve a c o p y o f v e a a n s w e r e e m e a* m y s S e s m t h e c i t y o f B a a l o , w itltla t w e n ty <lvys i * hereof, e x c lusive of th e d a y o f seel) you f a ll to answ e r th e com p ial— - plain tiff w ill t a k e Judgm e n t aga< of o n e b r a d r e d a m i fffty-elffht ff thereon from t h e M Utdav o f F e b r u a r y . « ____________ eigi.t h u n d r e d and s e v e n ty-one, besides th e costs o f D a te d A p r il ft, 1871. P lain tiff’s A tto r n e y . J T b e said c o m p lain t in th is actio n w a s flled In E r ie C o u n ty C lera’a Office, o n th e 6 in day o f A p riL 1871. D a ’ed Buffalo. M av 2.1871. JO H N N O R B 18, c3-W-*w PDHtUff's A ttorney. P A R K O R D I N A L CE. A N O R D IN A N C E F O B TH K P B O T K C T IO N O F BIKDB, AN1MALB, TKEKB A N D BHKUBB. T H E P A R K COMMIBSIOEKB O F T H E C I T Y O F Buffalo b r d n a r of the a u iD o rlty vested i a them by c h a p te r idft o f t h e law s o f th e s t a l e of N e w York, passed A p r il 14,18**. d o e n a c t a s follows: S e c tion L A ll persons a r e p r o h ib ited from firing a t o r ffkoottog a n y bird o r an im a l apon tb e lands heretofore tak e n by th e C ity of B u ffalo f o r p a r k s a n d approaches thereto. * All persons a r e p r o h ibited from re­ m o v ing o r f rom c u ttin g d o w n , o r ln any w a y Injur­ ing a n y tree o r s h r u b upon th e g r o u n d s hereto io ie ~ i t h i f t l a ^ J4u“ io ior P*trks a n d ap p ro a c b - BectlonS. A n y perso n offending a g a l a s t t h is o n h - ' ill be liable t o a fine u o t e x c e e d ing one hun- llars o r to I m p risonm e n t n o t e x c e e d ing th i r ty . t-oth a t t h e discretio n o f th e c o u r t. 1 bet e b y c e r tify th a t t h e a b o v e is a t n e copy o f a n ordinance p a ssed by th e B o a rd of P a r k Com m ission­ er* o f ihe C ity o f Buffalo, a t a m e e ting th e r e o f duly mvened o a M o n d a y , the flrst d a y o f M a y . 1571. W M . F. K o G E K ff. s e c r e tary . k u c e l l a r e o u i . -•my. a n d to be bu ilt v SU KOK K E N T —BY M. McCOMB, 5 SO U T H D I- VISIO N ST. nT S F o u rteenth s t.. 1 S -story—»HU. 259 Bcueca st., brick ; ga* and w a te r —$360. 621 S w an - t . ; ga* a n d w a ter—*323. >4 Swan st.. 2 -stcrv fram e : newr and ln first ra te o r d e r : 14 room s: cella r : g a s a n d w a ter—$ « \ . da f l F o K K E N T —T H E U P P E R S T O R IE S O F I the n ew brick building on the n o r lh side of pp»w a s L , b etween M ain a n d P e a r l s t s ; a c a p ital location for a ttr.st-<dasi» W a rding l»ouse. L E E ft P l l K E K I N G . 13 W - B w a n SU Xt_ IIV k ilEH* U SE A N D O F F IC E S ON C E N T R A L TO LET—ROO M S . L E T —FROM MAY 1. a s ,,.b T V _____________ I .ii.tic and Pacifl.- Tel*-* de-k r-M.U) li. r--»r o f said |.r. W A R D .' a ML'CKLAND. 2 O N E H A L F u’uple*] by tb Alfco offlce and ■. A p p lv to KD- n’s Buildings. e2 F O R S A L E — F A R M S . I A f o r T ~ fanan .n S m h R ii F hav. four o r live furnls'i* LEG vN T ROOMS W ITH O U T BO ARD. IN A priv a te house on N iagara st., n e a r Main. In- _______________________________________________re o f H< »W AKD f t ( I1A P P K L L . ________ diflMt .. BALK OR E X C H A N G E —A SM A L L ' f m ln M lswiurl, n e a r the H a n n ibal and Bt. K u tlrnad, w ith good fram e house an.l barn, ( — . , . r,M1|IIB ,.*r |i ell sbM-ke*! w llli f r u i t ; aoll e x c e llent a n d a d a i 't- I * [ 7 L n n> T i.\irv fu rn itu re f* o r graalug. Im p roved n a l | fron, I(,e l»tl. .*f May. Apply i t' ' .......................... 5 N iagara s u LEO N A R D W ILbO N ft BON, I K -late and Insurance Agent*. ___ d 2 * F ftOOMS ON MAIN B T K E E T TO chance for light buoinesa. llV. , aiso , a houtt: on P e a r l stric t , in re n t ral location, ... to r e n t, w itli a la d v and tw o children as l»oarders. ap a rtm e n ts contali •■eh, furnished with ’ t'isekreping; ills c ity w ill be taaeu in HN U T T O . HI P e a rl su i f t f i iK BALK OK E X ' M ANGE— A C R E S O F : jam * i r t T o l ~ 1 ~ valuable Mnii>er an<l f a n n in g land d l n ^ t l y on | r»-nt: tint . _ and on the Buffalo _ li.il!road. 11 m iles s.iutii of oleau. . Hi P e a r l stn**’t. bl« A j a KMH F o b B A L E o k EX C H A N G E . T j T ' 2H I.K F .ft 1‘U 'K K K IN 'li. 13 W. - t Swan «t- A N D FARM FOR . 'r e s ;g o o d dw e llings, young orchar*!. T h e i e i a c re to s ix acres in e x ­ it w lrh brook front, *ith *11 b reeding f a e i l l t l e i The p r o p e r ty Is s itu a te n e a r W I hihi i|u*|M>t on the Buffalo a n d C o m ing Kailroa*!, and t.:-ev,.;,rs ;in <,pp.,riu n i l r to a person o f pl*ca- i rial tastes to e - ta b |‘.|. n business t*avlng verv large i mfltH. I. YUN. B A K E R ft CO., E rie Land i Main 7 , T £ S g f t k FAM:M FOR BA1.E— B E S Tr t * lu Hjrle C o u n ty. M u st I k - sol*old e ■ati'. i — acres, tw o tulles from G A R D E N LA N D s to close ut an 3 j. acre s, tw o ndle s fr\Oi the Courthouse. I V. !|l be sdjd c h e a p by H O W A R D ft C H A P P E L , 3<e •et. northw e st ■ fram e .bufldl r a t a verv ■- Klin 111 be sold ^ . B ' a I * K « C ( i ., I r Sh. SA L E ON G R A N D ISLAND nuts. buildings go o d ; suit a HiK BALE—A • : nee a foiut IV* n fram* 1 *>;••«■, wit! KA .1 E«>K K E N T llll .in-’ Elevator P l l KEISING. | i > k e i i : m -( i . a s s mei El Ht U 4 IN'* IN LA N D W E II W ' »•; I race* *<f land l:i tie- ifnm -dlaP it P a r * ai.d t.allr.-ad Im p r o * - verv nr :t< burg ilu If C H A P P E L L . H ' .MsPi .’I\ K E L T I- H U N T IN G i a : <•• • -ytlUTig on pr. inl - In jg-r- , . _ . . . Apply b.-luHN OTT. •. H! Pea-I it. j!3 *Ta . | r . i - fr* » II* - W A R D ft a I well -(ocai r ? l ll-U E L E*»:t BALE UU I.X i m v n « j I i j a <;i'y prop, r t y ; the tav.-m ,p ,;v l. k n .v A 2-S i URY FRA M E M ,t W lilU n ^ v llle. w ith Hire, land, uu*ler flne . nltivntli a large variety o f f r u it tree* •IOHN I'T T n . hi Pe>, ' a ’ club, arge >Ialry farm s. .ice Iru it farm uf 50 acres, 400 beariej ■s of N ■>. 1 pt'acl* land : gi-*d buildings ; rh e a p e s : f a rm In E r ie countv. JO H N UTTU .81 P e i r l rt. <114 f i HI r. >A N K \l£li. I« W est Swan s a _ i.R K E N T W IT H BOARD - T H R E E r^e fr\iu reo n 'b connecting, w ith closets, < g rates an.l «;*!■ r. w ith first-class board, .ms a re v e n pi-a.-ant an*l the location c e n tnL B A K E R ft CO., E r ie L a n d Office,346 M a n iAN N T NEW’ D W E I - a street, between l* K. wltli all nio*i- ilar. furnace, ft . ’iilppew a st. c6 , ■ *i: R E N T T H E El.EU A ■ga ling hoU*e 24 W est C’hll*|»ew: “ and Pearl -!r»-.-T.*. 3-rt -ry brl. ED. M O E L L E R . T O L E T —S T O R E S . ________ A k v n H R E N T T H E F I N E STOKE, W I T H OR F.nfc w ithout the u p p e r sb.l1--. cl East Seneca streeU lately occupit 1 by Heurv H e a r n e m aco n fcc- tl.-n tr v . L E E ft P R KElftfiNG, i3 M e s t Swan D U R IN G T H E T E A R 1870 T H E SA L E S O F T H E A m o u n ted to the u n p r e c e d e n ted num b e r of 127,833 Being 41,052 O v m S a les o f 1869, a a d 44,625 M ore than sold by any of onr com p e titor*. O u r com m ents a r e unnecessary. J. S. DAWLEY, General Agent, 402 M A I N ST. For Salt or Rmt* NO. m SOUTH DIVISION STREET. i H U n r t a * « m m m m C O A L A X D W O O D . DOCKAGE. I - N l o n O O A l m i l W O O D o u k f a j t t , « f o o t o f C o u r t S tl’IV A l a g g e q u a t t t y «ff r a i i i x - X 1 S 3 K 2 L C£ K » j s e (a~ • ■^•lw r - ,a t r j a is r ® D A R L IN G ff M O N T A G U * Q U K K N C IT Y GOAL Y A R D , G E N E S E E B R ID G E A N D I M N n a w a i Office, 2M Geneaee IL , Buffalo, N . T . •tick , d e livered in a n y p a r t o f th e e ity. % n L n wm n in. M l IM. Of M l iT i M 2uiS?VSr!fSr7S ct TI b efore p u ir h a s to g elaewbere. a . D A R L IN G . fjO A L I C O A L S N IA G A R A GOAL Y A R D WIU *eU a t low e s t m a rket rate* HARD, SOFT AND BLOSBURG COAL. Office a m i y a r d , 9M Ohio ■treet. B ranch OflUe, SU Main ttre e u ’ ______________________ T H E O D O R * BU L L . 1871. CX>AL. I8TL Th* Delaware and Hudaon Canal Cs'a LACK AW ANN A COAX, condition t n q L U M P A N D P R E - A M E R ICA N P I G bolesale a n d K etalL Office. 306 M ain t t . and *6 Ohio st.. c o r. ] BY TELEGRAPH. W a r D e p a r tm e n t, ffignal B e r v w . ~V m m e A rm y . D tvtMon o f T r l t g r a m i and WaflHiNGTOX, M ay % j ^ R SY N O P filff F O B PA S T 24 HOURS. The barom e ter co n tln a e i falling a t I w ith decided increase o f tem p e ratu r e . I t has m a lned s tatio n a r y in the R o c k y X ' lag tem p e r a ture. T h e low In M taaoert h aa e x tended e a < w a r « . a u d the lakes a n d hsuibea n statio n a r y o r falling. T h e p r e tsu r e 1 *»«teTii S tate*. T b e r t e « r a n d cteei- ing w ea th e r la tbe X M ito aaff E a s te r n S tates ta m p U i’r hy rftsedt and Ught rain. wiUch now prevail east o f the M ississippi. N o rth­ east w in d , c o n tinue to prevail on the lak e s ; soulh- •rty wind* o n the Gulf. PR O B A B I L IT I E S . J » I* probe h is m a t eloudv u d pmftmps re i n r w in he e x p e r t e M d a W t d w r n t y u t o »lth r a in a re E. BUTTE R ICK ft CO.’S CELEBRATED .,,1 . fru its, goodYinm ■TT *. -1 P . a r l rt. FUR “ A L E AT A ln K a tavia, n e a r Ea e p o t: flne o r c h a n l. BA R G A IN .— • =t Pem b roke, ’ n abundance < A p p ly to j n l i : T K E N T I., :’, t o l l , an-l g— l ru P E n \ l i a r . '\ (<C MAIN S T R E E T , IN' ita - light ••nice, w a ter and j Apply ... .10113 O T T O , 81 • t o k b h . i SAI.K OK E X 'T I A N G K .-A MU! irahle farm of i:«l a c res In a high stati ti*.n, irx-atci favorably ue.ir the *lc|>ot and w in.-grow ing region, with 16 a* r*- <■! vl; m - t cellare in l.ri i 11 W IIK T H , Buff.il >NT I.UI’. I5EIN . *.t ten rtv.’.u y ; ■> -m an- term - or e x d iang- U T T U , ol —42 b ; Wash! ifil W a shington s r».i D> law a re sir*- IT.’ W e - t Eagle .-i .1 * h *-t -w a n strut-' EI:i<-< s !’ia* H \ N .. 3 f. York. T ,,!*'rM 11N THF. i:U !K B a s i n . -first b l , n e a r Klgut:- av., Ne . *.r W , . •*■ title'.I' WT-'t ■ •\11 ; ?'X4I»; tw.*g<»..i well* o f w a te r. n-Ph about tw o a c res*.r land. T h is l- f i r a u i a n th a t mid<-rstands the ‘.us- i* w rallri.ail going from BnT.i’\ p. 11 h a v e a d e p o t located w ithin a short I\ p ropt r tv , m a k ing It v»-rv : -eiratiie. . Dtv! f t v; > *, 81 P e a r l pt. o 1 ■- ST tH IT >. S*'5 D E I, A W A K E ST.. . L o t 30x115. Applv toWU‘! kll b r i c k H o u s e s u n k : * ■'55 ! ’Vl'.'.e \ FARM \V« h<-UI«* West «*. in e iichar.ge. ro rth ! W :i *124 a - * F u K W IH ' H w o rth *■«\ will term s. Also, a ' P it K E iflN prove*! c ity p r o p e rty | ot price, Li 1' • ’ - j p it for Dav - ,Park—*375. ret -*275. e t - *72 T H E ' ' rt*l': iU D E L L ST.—$600. t—»6\0. ■t- *530. i -*;w . -S '- '1. •t—*108. «»HN <ITTO, 18 P e a r l» t. F I N E ST* • K E 9. - 1 Ma! 13 W e s t s w a n st. |R R E N T - M A L T AMD D KYINt ’1 le- com m o d ious prem ises •w Tbornt) AN D 91 ,*1 fourth ith hoD tw a v , jeaS. L E E ft -A DKSIRAM J.E FARM i- f..r .- auge for iK i i e * fo r a farm _-,-r x y O R SA L E . L. P.utr.R... N. Y., t.*g- i ITr*. ftc.. a il Bl g*-el . «-n a n d in running *.r .. ft J . II. M E E ' 11. Ex. f 5 F' <5^ E l. K - TH K KESIDKNC ’ 1 ■ iuoin. t s t r e e t ; lo t ’ 102 • III- * .;r a n d ln p mmT or*l*-r It-*!*- hou-s-: a large quaii and shad.- trees. 1 UMtatlon. In th e city. H '•tisu.eae p u rp ’n the leslrable locations I TO L E T —H O U S E S . K ill R E N T . 2-STO!RY ^ h o iip'. > o 43 W e st I com**r F ran k \In. B A S E M E N T BKICK H u ron sL, betw een P e n r 1 w u ter. ln<|ulrt- N'o. 5. «2-1 w f i 1 * E T \ | | , n , , G Y ARD F u R , U .■•!*! • .*• a r * a ttlu Y a r D. i ra . ii ,- i :,ge. i.irge barn-*, sie-ls, i> , i r,*-.-,. \••• •■ * s . w *•■ sow er, an-t m a s tic irom . n o r . - frtr a mi!kin.-*.n ,.r butcher. Pri,-.- J ; ,,V. i v * >N I ''\ leg b a r - ,,n u,*- al!«-v ln tils' rear. T h e 1 1 64x B VN I •; .*. s .... Krle I.an I U .tt-e. alt; \|i»Pi .* ils 1 = \ *• '• Tl.U 1- **r..- Tf -.1 d r ,; , U ,p . low n Place- II .-v dl I he m a r k e t LY O N . B A K E R A LM NE LOTS EUR KEBIDCNCEB FO R S A L E ! ‘ “ ’ Krl‘‘ ,n ’ A, . , *•*» *. . , ( ’ s * t S ! »» M.r,,..-r .tn—I. E l •2‘..72 \\ 111 I*, s.ij.l lu p , t . 4.. suit p u r c h a s e r s . L E E ft 1 4 ^ r * »U - ,\ I I t'K I-.H1 N ti. 13 W»*«t Bwan •*:. gjg^ N 'U T K K •;'(> 111 T L D F I tS —1 HA V E M ilrfog no paym e n t d o w n . If t n - ;»nrr»,*««T*, prm i- the pp*fN*rtv. J u l l N t»T T t>,s| p Ca r F O R S A L E — H O U S E S . y . R SA L E tiN E UU X * \iiiliii-ri lr.I - !.. a d jolnl,, know ., a s th e B irt \eu<l Bull. T»» LE T —N* *. !5» N O R T H W I L L f AM ST. V ery dertrflbfr. Itame<li:ite possession giv. .*. .i u 11 n ( i r i . i . i i i v w u t . T 'V t ).-“T< >R V FR A M E HOUSE TO LET-511' F r a n k lin s t r e e t : 9 r**on1»: c e lla r ; w e ll: d s - ; a'l.pijc gr< no*!-. .*c. Ap ly n«-xt *!*ior. *! *fi-;f S ’ «•<•, M ,fn - N IN T H - l>’S r - t ’I.A “ S KICK K 1 4V * at*-. T w o new -j-** o rles an­ on N ..rth - t r e e t, tw tw e en Phi lu n i l 'l l Iii m i l e ' r - Lot fiox- “ - ‘ * t. r l . \ ’ nA K L ti ft < M O R E STO K E S \ ng Simul-llng * Fx.-tianc--. id lng-. T.-rnis r . v . c b b - P p l) to J . 'I l N o l 1 \ . ■b A N D LO T S FUR cry illx-r.il, w ith iiu- b r lck : gas am i II x- tram USES KZ. tjaie. P r i -. 'a n . l n - n ., ' ^T lalY ,H .- s .s s l..n. 1.2 D e law a re avenue. 2-Ht -r hires; w a t e r ; b u tti; l.rlck bar: ‘cry best n ia t e il a U ; l o t .» f.. i I,> 2 o Del iw ar.- a v enue. Wi. w ith nil m o d e rn Improve 6“ D e law a re avenue, 2 -storv. w ith ga I .a m , ft.-. K 3.2 Main s tr e e t, h rlek . In very nice c n - l i batli*. hot nn i cold w a ter. I ‘4 J o in .- ..I Place. V 't. rv brick, w ith a Im p rovem e n ts ; b . r t i . f t . . - U 2-storv n r ick ; this ; ba f i v t ; ; 23*1171, A L E NU W BUIITII D IV ISIO N ST., fram e house, f ro n t p a r t ip.tol ui. for a ■•n. In go,„i r, ; ,u:r. w ith flue garden, lot .It»HN UTTU.81 IV arl st. hs £31 i ' l R|f. N T —T H E PL E A S A Sum. g' thi'’ house No. 5 W i.l'W P m K \ R IN G . IH W e st Sw a n s t £ F u R K E N T - TH K 2-STORY FR A M E , 78i Swan sr.. n.-w a n d In flrst r a le o r d e r ; fourteen room s, gas,. N iagara w a ter, also a cistern and a good cel'ar ami ji large lot. K e n t *4<\. The 1 ‘-,-iitory cottage, 186 Fo. rteen th s h , new and lu good o r d e r ; ten room s, w a ter. L o t 50x13d let t. i:< m * in ». Als *. a d e sirable hotel p r o p c r f r a t D u e l's f n t n . - n : 2-atorl< s. 4 ■xio. w'.'lt ’■••-n and shed. A good I ih - h - *• M cCOM B , 3 S o u th Dlvl-I- •T H , M.-t; . v.-ot ■111 I l> ■..r rn H U I “ E . itn - i and te r ’s .Mills, ng House, rtli-u i a|>- »RE. I i\V k l.L I N li e B ro1- ers. sal< Bull ling- N D BARN *11» K E N T . t'o r n - r of Cottage , dw e lling and bum . i good nelghborh.NXl and provi-l n s tore: wiil be runted a t the at No. S N l a g a r a , Real E s tate and f i ' , STO R E S A N D BU S IN E S S PR O P E R T Y TO store and four.-. K .n t onlv $359. ,tt»pe sl • i ' v : No. i*n; ;-«tnrv brick f< c . K .-nt o n lv $350. •or. D a v '. 1’a i k ; store, dw elling and ly *3 .'!. . nt under store ''n . 201 M ain s t . : a goo<l lo- i-n.est a n v bp-'nes*. a t > •«. 5 .xlar a r a sU L E ' A K D W ILSON '•-..I E -tate a n d Insurance A gchts. <1)7 A i'OU R E N T - I M F . F I N E STO K E . NO. 2>V E f M ali: stie«t. A p p ly *>u th e prem ises, o r to LTD: ft PL KK.KING.I\ \Y, s» Swan c23 M * i s ST O R E K u R R E NT.—4-ST0RY w-.-st rp 'o of Main St., n e a r Seneca st.. by s , Bergm a n . Esq. W ill t>e renU .l lore vears. trom May 1. 1671. L I O N , L, E rie I.and < iffic*7 346 M ain - t. a!6 f i \ . ; f i - K E N T —KKoM ry d c s irab.e au 'i f o r ociiiffe.s. i <3»Ti> 1.ET -FIU S T -C L A S S - B R IC K D W E L j l a lings. r ranklin s t.. No. 508,2-storles and w ing; gas, w a ­ ter. ftc. K.m t *'>»'. Franklin s t., u e iir H u ron, 4-6 tori e s : ga.-. wat< r. ftc. R e n t $i.U<ti ft a . 142; 2-stortea: g a ., w a ter. Ac. MAY 1. T H R E E i centrally 1 - c a ted stores. -.. ;.t ior g rocery siort-3. <!n;g. -sloon. o r : lm o st anv o 'l . r r k i h d of b u stne.S' w ith or w ith o u t fam ily living room-* In c o n n e c tion. Several suites o f rooms for imtm-dfoie occupancy. HOW A R D ft C’iiA P - PEL1 ,348 M ain s t. _____________________________ c4_ M |S T O B E T U L E T - F L U U K A N D F E K I M i N ■ 3 . W 'aaldngton n e a r H u ron s t r e e t ; a brick store for- t long tim e used as a fl -ur and feed store. I.Y u N , B A K E R f t CO., E rie Land office, 34o Main PATTERNS OF GARMENTS AT j 402 M A I N ST. _____________________________d10-6m GAS FIX TU R ES! GAS FIXTTJRES! W; hav e Just received a N E W am i L A R G E A S ­ SO R T M E N T «>F G Ab FIX T U R E S , consisting of GLASS CHANDELIERS, /£RD£ ANTIQUE CHANDELIERS, GILT CHANDELIERS BRONZE CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, HALL LIGHTS, NEWEL POST FIGURES, PORTABLES, DROP LIGHTS, SHADES, GL08ES, &c. W h ich we offer a t Y©ry Low Prices. W . H .G L E N N Y , SONS & CO. 218 M A I N S T R E E T . N E W STORE. __________________ S FO R BALE—A N E W AN D FUtST-CLASB 24,-sU>ry residence, wlUj a ll th e m o d e rn lui- provem , n to ; so«U ' side o f F e r r v . t r e e t , w e t *f ifoi- aw arx\ L o t 1.'.9x5^6 teut- T e rm s ' i f. “ .............. H o llister Building. e a sy. K. HUKLL. 2 ater, ftc. Rent G o odell, 2-storles; gas, K ent f i \ UN T E N T H N o rth w 473 Fra. lot 47 fe« t nd .l.-s'r : fu r.-sl.l.-i ii 1 N ■ • |R B A L E —N E W IHVF.Ll.IM l** w - lrth. V e rm o n t s!r, *-t-=. an-l Fargo av. nne uiigtng from *1.32.5 to S ; •*:» v. ry IP... rai l.l*K ft PH K E lD N G , 13 W . Pw.-in s t, ’ 22 ;:alr ihrougliout. Lot 83x2'.'. r.< rv ..f f r u it. A g'x«l bar:; on t F o r term s , ftc.. arp l- i Dlvl Y lCM K ft HA •I. ft-. • -MN UTTU. ‘ 1 i* r } F u i t S \ I . K -T H E I.V .v It. ot c w R e n t __ I’arW P lage. No. 31, 2-storles: cas. *« u . TV a shlnglou St.. w a ter, ftc, R e n t* ; Pearl sL, No. 2S5. 3-stories; gaa. w a ter, fti $75i'. Eagle st.. No 101, 2-storl. s and bas* m e n t ; ga=. w iU r . ftc. R e n t *500 Engle at... No. it'l, ‘ 2 -storius and has.-m e n ;; gas, w a ter. Ac. R e n t * ’0». Eagle st.,, No. 123. 2 -storles and ba.\ m e n ! : gas, w a ter, ftc. R e n t $»<'. LY O N . BA K E R ft r o . . •113 ________________ E rie L a n d office. 3J1 Main s t. fg ^ F - i R R E N T —A 2-STOKY BRICK HOUSE. Sjifc. w-Jth Irig. on the u p p t r p a r t o f F r a n k lin rt.; • l i - l - n .',-sirai.le rt-sld, n*-e, l.a* <-p In*, and P-._- e KOR R S V T - S l ’OR E NO. 139 W ASHINGTON ST. A p p ly to J O H N O T T O , 81 P e a rl s u cl M O R T G A G E S . N RKAI, E S T A T E SE- o H \ . i / T O, 81 P e a r l su M o r t g a g e s v a n i’fci> .-$si.«w T o i n v e s t In flrst-claas m o rtgage?: pnrc e a se m o n e y niort- gages preferred. H IJ m E ft SA N F O R D , 16 W e s t • I> « 11.1. AND it . U n • s. LY O N . BA K E K Jc CD., E r; 1 ft, 16 W e s t S w an xt. IO D E R A T E P R I C E D l l O l s E S FOR SA L E , doer su , l-sto r y fra m e ; lo t 30xltf*. Prlc. M a ryland, l-sto r y fra iu e ; lo College v u ,c-.r I'hkk ' prl.-e * 2 .ms>. T y m h «t.. No. ttu. l-sto r y fram e . P r i N o rth Wllll-*m - t. No. .J; lot 23x'-\>‘. T w e l f t h N o 449: l o t 27\ 149. l’rie. co r n e r V irgin KUR SA L E U' IMv! don ?t. Y M. M VOM L , N(j lot 3lxi . W 1?». Pri.-. W slnut P r i c e * 1.1 P rlc, , 2 -storI xll9. P r -t.. N o .437, l-story f r a m e ; lo t 27 . 162, 1-tdory fra m e ; lo t 25x89. ., No. 437, l-sto r y fram e ; lot »bt 168, l-sto r y fra m e : lo t 23x115. h 6!.. th a t desirable fram e drveil- ug.ln excellent o om llllon : lot 25xl'»- - wr.l ?ell ch.-np - 'lie p a r tie s a r e golcg fo leave the c i t y ; .- a i l s.*.,.' 1’rtce *23AU> 1S2 l i ; h -t.. tb a : l.Si-story f ram e dw e lling. In flne •oo l.ie.n : lo t *«xl3U; wiil sell cheap and on easy ern;-. P r ice |25,\. 7 111* P rospect a v e n u e , th a t 2-storv fram e dw elling. ;i goo.! o r d e r ; lo t 23 by 106V,; will sell f..r *25'\; L s n i ' iffice- ~*f M ain su __________________________ ^ r«» L i( T —A S P L E N D I D CO U N T R Y KEftl- r dencn, w ith large brick house a n d good l,a i n - : -aid pla.-,‘ Conialn-. a!wint 9 a r r e s of g'wel land rlt- ii.»u-r;i u n l a r i o s t r e e t . TLnt *2'\ i>er vear. A p p 'v to ED W A W D s ft BU C K L A N D , No.' 2 Bn»VrnS Buildtng. d21 M o r t g a g e s f u r SALK-- p.v;.able iu 1 a n n u a l paytu payab:,- l:i 4S ao-iual pnymei I«»vablchi4 ann u a l pay m eet?. LY0 • '... Kr-e I,an.l < . It-.u tf aln «l. A L h -—*17,<»\ M O R T G AGE | •nts: * V W m o rtgage * i , is «> m o rtgage •N. B A K E R ft f i tw o l-st' dt3 ry cottages i Rat* I.V o n . R a K E i : ft c o . . ,H ^- S-ST4IKV AND A T M ' Jte * hrlek dw e lling. No. |g . W .-t T u n p e r street, w m i gnu, w a t'-r, bath and turna.-.- u, T 0nf^he>nim .ugh.»ut. L E E ft P I C K E R IN G . 1 1 W e st a MAIN STRKKT SToRK KuR HALF uR T o LeU—T b e hrlclt store a n d brick ware! if. rear, w ith lot i-xteudlng from Main t-- Wa-h-.-.gto-i str.'»'t, tn-tw.-oii Ohio a n d P e r r y s t r n t?, f.,rm. . u ... . eunled by K. W . Newbol.l a - i hardw a re r.- good i-ai-galu w ill be given a purchaser. BAKKK ft QO-. g r te L a d Office. 346 Main rt. .1 P O * B A L K - PR E M ISE S N O K T IIE VSl (YH. VEX. n.-r 5V n rlilngton and M ohawk - trei t s ; ga* and n x tur.-s; N iagara w a ter; t»ath ro o m : e x c l i n u lar. A c .; a n excellent location fo r a n r kind . f b u , |. n. -s o r proikssion. A p p ly to J O H N O T T O , t l P. iri BATAVI A P R O P E R T Y FU R S A L E - N o . Mu. S 3 v-'t •r.. * b r i c k : - t o r e a n d dw e lling: lot j'x '.H '; p T tt .N\. 0*2 B a tav ia s t reut, 2 -story t r i c k ; lot25x!.«>. TO R E IN T -D M EEL1N G S .-227 F R A N K L IN sr.. 2 -d o rles b rick—$9Utt. G. org>;a s u , 3 -flories b r ick —JV \ . Ll^W ust JJoitawk sU,3-stor2Ca » u d basem e n t bri>-k ^ 5 ' e s t t ’UlppewasU, 2 -«torlesand basem e n t b rick !*•': > 'v.yT,th s t..2-?torles an>l basem e n t b rick— *4\\. ‘.agle st., 2 —to r i ,s a n d b a sem e n t brick—*4 0. -- 7 sU. b rick—*375. i»U. brL-k *325. I large lot—* 4 W»reaT<nut'’ 2~5tor,p* »D'l ^ i n g . b r ick ; tea a n d a t t l e b r i c k - $3S«L - - I ! '.r;“enin • l-'tn r y fram e - * im . •H'\ri' s j r a m e —* ? \ ... ‘ wltli b a r n —$3no 7 Mc-rg'i 'i Court . 1.316 Del., w M o r t g a g e s f o r s a l e —o n e o f $io,o<w, payable in flve annual installm e n ts; interest -iw annually. Aiso o n e m o rtgage o f * » \ In ftve annual Daymen*- - * -------- one o f $71X31 p svalile in I , . ^ •ve a re all flrst U. ,s purchase money m o rtgages. LYON ft B A K E R . MUUU. pa inually. : h “1 inve.'tllients. IX G A L N O T IfiK S t ilth -X.. -2 L Y O N ,B A K K K ft UO # Ft»R BA L E —A V E R Y D E S IR A B L E . PL E A S -T Ms in''street, stot JE 6 . aully located, and m o d e ra'e-prloed residence. ' qu. Si feet i I . -u I k aw a re s treet. A p p ly to JO H N OTTO, ‘ h'eag.. sU.ff> feet i ri-b St.. 1 ',-M o ries fram e —^$I 5 M. a.H5 PKO!’Ei;TY— •I sure. t. S t..ro - * 1 . 21 \. r-rth o f E x c h ange—* \ mi . .K—NO. PM CAROL honse w ith a 2-storv •■». ga? and w a ter. Loi o f paym e n t e;4sy. J< N A ST.. A 2- «» f i i • tv -1 room s In tb e B ank of A tttc a bulldln rori-.er \I r . a r l and S»-n-ca sts. i the Buifalo R iver, betw e en Corame W E O F F E R F u R SA L E A T A BA R GAIN easy J e n n a the tine new 2-story fram e east corner nf K E R I N G . 13 ® L ,-T 2 S a l,;-r*:*S.E lU *** ■ n tho H u dso n a n d T e n th at*. I F F 4 I'll K W e s t Bwan s u l’£ , L 4 l l l h f i F « K- ^:' i ' , . K -N iO; <i0 x , AAiAR.\ S T R E E T . A new 2-stnry lirb x h'-'.su nlnl- Ing ill ;be M f W t !?,»jru v ,n »‘ ,‘,s: l -« J u l l N UTTU. e P .iR HALE—R E S ID E N C E U r T H E L A T E F. E. C o r n w . ................. contains , v,-r ntti'-. .-e iar under w hole house. U t b tffrx237^ . . _ laid <•;>; and stocked w ith fru it and shade trees. . -ranie barn, cow sheds, henerv. ftc. L o c a tion a I' everything ahont ihe prem ises tn Vnroi 'b i Pr»milses w ill he rented, eith e r fi:rnl'Ut-li or u n furnished, if n o t sold on o r before k t U l . i a n . A p p ly to J o H N O T T o , 81 P e a r l r t . « FOK > .\ l. E — N 0 . 49 E I.M >T KKFT t - rrnniu house. In com p lete onl.-r; w-ai.-r g .s a n d ga? tixture.-,; hr,nre contain? lu r<«. ■ . -------------------------------------------- App|j IWF Ft>K HAI.E—less G E N E S E E *T - L«»T4lxlW - ^ F e a r t s t ^ Uoufte* 1>rice*4U>caso. JO H N O T T o .’ * 9 MAIN S T R E E T S T .'K E F-.R ;.AI F - N . , . 23 E * Wal“, -“^ V near ’ <-»tonr l.rlck ; Un r^. f ■ „to | r? T k w a r, b o u se tn rear, l ot f.^ t f r e n t and rnn- ____________ I n,fr'K through t o W ashlngt<#u s u L Y o S , B A K E R ft OR SAI.K mk ----------------------------------------------- «*< __ . 7 l I l r a m H . '. i ^ . l i u Y i e 7 m V ^ n ^ V u i w r e i « i i i ,. ; !* ® lK “ m N I^» ) U k A ST., A o f M ain a!’.l N Tib streets: dw. h in g 2 s tories - 1 >t i h<,U8e' w ith horn. Location r - ; . w ii! u , . l i ^ i i k r f t . t l ; , ' ! V.V ---------------- - --------------------------- A p p ly a t N«v * N iagara aU LEO N A R D ft s o n . Real E s tan * ■ ------ kag- oi ,-lrl and D*,r . 2.'«\ feet nf •: SSh 1 IQTEli. UK SAtftjUN large fram e building lu sp r in g s . Is offered fo r r e n t, lighted thrnu^hont w tth gas. a. s;aM - is betng e rected on the T 'N I T E D ST A T E S D IST R IC T C . i T R T - 4 O K T H - t_ ern i •!« tr tct d N<-w York. In B a n k ruptcy. In tne m a tter o f th e W a d ;w ..rth iro n W o rks a 14 . n k ru p t. N.v. 29»7. T o whom It m av co n c e r n « N o .ice is h t n hy give,, th a t th e undersigned bas hy ? a .\ i l e r of uie D istrict 'Jo u r t ..f ihe U n ited “ tales f o r t h e N o r thern D istrict ,,{ N o v V - r k duiv i :? le hd ; e n tered, h. en appointed Hjiectal Receiver i f ail and singular t i e estate, prepertv. assets and < il. c t s o f saci The W a d sw o inh Iren W ork*. T h a t a l p e reons have M-en euJoined bv th e o r d e r >fs*id t -u r tf r o m n.aklng a n d nre forbidden to m a k e any pw\ m i n t o f a n y debts to aalJ B a n k r u p t o r delivery ot a n y p r o p e r ty liei.-nzing fo sai-1 lta:.lcrupi to I t or H'.y o f i ts <,tfl -ers, or from In any m a n n e r interferin g w ith or rem o v ing anv o f the property of said B ank­ ru p t ; hut a re required to m a k a mich p a v n u n t and o r tv. ry u» th e undersigned as s u c h R eceiver. D a ted A p ril *N 13?L JO S E P H W AKRE.V. Special Hecelver. -------------- d26-5t ran St. UMW-rv- Specia l Hec ---------- B ( m E x - ROGERS f t I .f W K E . A ttorneys. 4. 13 W e st Swan St. ijiR RF.N T —T I I F . Wl'' la f S r u £ , K3W W rt JhT~r,C,rXTY ° r K R I E - - W I L - a large f l r e t - : » » UUb-v^M xrv 1 Tlxlntlff. against Tlm m as M. h w in I W !nV-’d e S d l m l ^ T' ln'* w tte* A lexander H. a r r a t lv Increase th e v a lue o f the rental of this h u lld - . w, ----------- - lug. LYU> . B A K E K f t CO-. E f ie L a n d uffire. G6 w n^ f dpT-nd a n t s : M aiu sU . i , I - M aiu________________________________ I^ W E L L T S G S TO R E N T MAY L ou a r e hereby «nmmon,-,i tn ___ | P laint o f W U llam W . W righu Bled on the 7 th dav o f A r r i l ,-7iP “ 5 ’ Z h lch,T ? * C lerk o f E r ie Cou’nfv. and to ^ i offlce < f the 140: 3-story brick, all m o d ern ! »* h|» ‘* ~ ln £ J n ad . ° \ ----------- 1 ‘ -• tw e n ty days a f te r t h - s - —trc n f n i T ^ . ex- Ipsiv. .,f the lay o f sere S M * . ------ R e n t I MAIN S T R E E T DM E l.L I N O Ku nd In s u rance An dS* ----------------- llo u s e co n tains gaa, w a ter, furnace. . 1» good r e p a ir . L o t 30 f t. f r o n t a n d In depth to ........ F o r forma, e t c . a p p ly to JO H N OTTO. ■ D E S IR A B L E D W E L L IN G L ’•> rent K n it K w - ?'r*-e .................... muh . In “ F u r b a l e u k i . No. 1ft*. ,3-storv | *lf in «b-rn Im- f i FUR - SA L E —NO. Wl 2-sforyfr - P h ' i w p ------ W ASHINGTON ST.. p r o v e n .'r.ts; ba.-iru f o d the p..?t y. » r f -r t.rei will 1 tmP DOW r e n t 'o r a less n n > . A n p lv a t No. 5 N iagara ! o r anv\ ■: 1-Li‘NAHD W ILSO N ff SO N . K tei fo 1 m erc*n t - ___________ __________ Lft-Utetd F l i a l M o n f f M A g w tA I T fra m e h.mee in a p a r t o f th e city wte-re ra p 'd .y im p roving, a m i ln a location ad- ‘pfod for a D e n tist, P h y s ician. A ttornev. ------------------- a - baOi i f E a st Kagle* St.. N. im p rovem e n ts, i 2 c r D re>im«. “’ix th sL, No. 134; 2 -sh,rv b rick ln line order. $ » A C linton st.. No. 253; ? -storv brick. 10 room*. C linton *L. No. 1*7; ! l, —.tory t>rick. R e n t $250. T e n th sL. No. 9 ; 2-«torv fram e . K ent f N \ . P a rk s’.. 3»o. *u; 1-stdry * K ent *25<i. W e a ls o huve a num b e r o f dwelling* and ai •’“ -'.ts. for whl- h Imnirellat. posnes-iou c a n - S V U ..M . COV ft DV. V will a p p ly to*the 'c o n r t\io ^ ‘ th e th e c o rop.aint. ‘« n * n a M ln dll-T o t D. O. C O T T L E . P i a i n t t r a flne garelen loL j YNOCNTY 4'O T 'ST O F E R I E COUNTY - , V Well W . I J r l 'g a . p l a i n t l i r . against K ltu i. t_ I B roughfon. f ’— * -—. — —- \_**•' lu i m c i o i * iftiw T o H \u v a n l e s n r i ’ W iil a n I t c - t . A p p l y a t 1 , 0.5 N iagara sL. ..E O N AK D W IL>r •’ “ td>N. Ketd E s tate and I n s u r a n c e A gent?. i.17 £ 9 Ft»K K E N T . b ^ . ft?!*W%re ,trp * t ’ *-,to r y b r i c k ; gaa. w a ter, b a m .t**arl **** ^ram e ; gaa, w a ter, bath, f tc .; ’4 t r r * t r ' ,ft** *~9torT' ba sem en L b r i c k : gas and basem en L b r ic k ; gaa and _____ ROS- . ! o , . again s t K U aab eth a ^ a P*r t ~ j * R o b e rta, aa E x e c u to r o r the i»-t he x ivem yfrd of Amo« W. Broughton. 217 P e a r l 2-storv, w a ter. loi ^ g k *t-,>«fory. b asernenL b r ic k : c aa a n d wat <** ^ H U M * ff BAN r O R D jff 'W e*; $ w * s a d C o ra B e ldlng Brouglitom S S i A U .K . — r : l» O - ^ B .Ifc l S f l S . h , ™ d . , r,r r , l, „ . r T * . , 1 m ,. an s w e r on m e, a t m y office, t s th e . , t » nr VmimoT w ithin tw e n r v d a T a k f ter U te*e r r t c e S r S o r . 5 ^ rive o f th e d i r «t m c h ■n*!r,‘S H^LC??np!?15t “ ■ • » » * « . t h e p laintiff win 2 w l J £ * U t e t . **“ r*a*i ta t S D a ted F e b r u a r y 23, 187L JA M Y * SHKLD09T. rth la U T * A tiantey. MtAOo. •t. ‘ j *U*T5w L A D IE S ’ H A IR GOODS, In SW ITCHES, CURLS, FR1ZZETS, C H A T * - ' L A IN E BRA ID S , and all tb e latest s tyles, a s they appear, on hand and “ o r J “ “ J . F. C K O S -L A S D -V 387 M ain sL. Buffalo, N. Y. W a n ted, two i rat-claa* h a ir worker*. Cl4-«f GREAT D ISPL A Y O F N E W W A L L AND CEILING DECORATIONS, S u p e rior to FRESCO, a n d a t one-third tha expense. The L a r g e s t Stock, The Lowest Prices. M . H . B I R G E . ,4 218 MAIN ST. 1871. C O A la . 1871. LAFAYETTE COAL COMPANY, „ W in sen unUl fu r th e r n o tice L A C K A W A N A a n d IIT T S T u N CO AL8 a t the following prices per ton of 2 UW liia., delivered ln any p a r t of th e o id c ity lim its, o u ts ide o f w h ich a \ \ » » charge w ill be m ade for c a r tage: Ton. K T o n . M Ton. g™ * * ................................. *»40 l e w *2 50 f a ..................................... 9 » 4 86 2 30 gy>T^ - .......................... 9 7* 5 >\ 2 60 C h e s tn u t .......................... 9 76 5 uo *60 18 7 1 . C O A L . 1871. THE ANTHRACITE COAL CO, Q f t . f t r f t l O U M . X a . m i U a S t . A D O , FOOT O F G E N E S E E S t . W ill sell un til f a r th e r notice these cel-braved ,i e a t t h e following prices p e r ton of a » \ lbs., d e livered ln a n y p a r t of the old c ity lim its, o u ts ide o f w h ich a sm a ll c h a r g e w ill be m a d e for c a rtage. T o n . H Ton. ii Ton. G r a te...............................-* 9 40 $4 *> $2 av E g g ......................................... 930 4«5 2 50 Stove................................... 9 7* a uO 2 60 C h e s tnut............................ 9 75 a 00 J 60 T e r m s s t r ic tly Cash w h e n ordered. G E O R G E D A K IN . D ated J a n . 26, 1S71. A g e c t. J. T. HOOLE A CO.i D E A L E R S IN H A R P A N P S O F T C O A X . OfBce No. 29 E. Senee* St., Cor. Washington. ELLIS WEBSTER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ANTHRACITE, BITUMINOUS AND BLOSSBURGH COAL, C0NNELLSVIU.E AND PITTSBURGH COKE. O f FICELtend Y A R D . 219 E R I E S t.. t e C o lt Slip. P A R T IC U L A R A T T E N T IO N J P A ID T O O R D E R S . H. W ILLETT LINDERMAN, (Successor to C. H. Dudley f t L lnderm a n .) D e a ler in and sh ip p e r o f HARD ANP SOFT COAL. Office Cor. Erie and T e r r a c e Sts. C O A L . R . B . D A K U r * C O . D e a ler, in H A R D and SO F T COAL. Offlce 313 M a in St., o p p o s ite Cftmrches. M lSC E loloA lfEO U S . LAKE ICE. B U F F A L O IC E C O M P A N Y . Office rem o v ed from corner Seneca a n d W a a h ington to 308 M AIN, C O R N E R E K I E ST. O n - thousand tons added to la s t year’s supply. Ice h a rvested from deep, c lear w a ter, a n d w a rranted free from all c a n a l a n d pond im p u rities. O rders w ill r e c e ive p r o m p t a tten tio n , and will be filled a t reasonable rates. BRIG G S . M O O R E * CO., dl5-tfl3 ______ ft* M ain, r o r. E r l - st. FOR SALE, T H E S T E A M E R IVA N H O E . N E W IK O N H U L L - 140 F E E T long. 22 fre t 36 fret over ’guards, S fevthoP I; Iron bulkheads _ i n four w a ter-tig h t c o m p a r tm e n ts: low ores u r v T P a m ^ « t a r . ^ Inch c i n d e r . 6 feet 6troku; r e tu r n flne b oll-\ p ‘vet I Inch riw U . draught o f w a f r r 4 feet 6 Inches: caa c a r r y L « » psssenger, w frh fa f r i r . a- c46-tf 1,000 BOXES O R A N G E S AND LEM O N S , A T X E W T O R K F R l C f i L LARGEST STOCK AND CHEAPtST HOUSE IN THE c t n . PLATT FR U IT CO., m w u u m a s t . TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIS By using NITROUS OXIDE (or laughing) GAS M . H . I t a m l s f c i , D r a t f t s t o m n r o v w i t im g s n r wt. CONFECTIONERY. F o r f u r th e r p a r t i c u lsr, Intjuiie a t B E L L ’S Btemmi Engine W o rks, llnffkb*. * • T. AMERICAN M E R C HANTS' UNION e t p w k m COMPANY. NOB. A N D U W . SEN E C A ST., B U F F A L O C A P I T A L .........................................................fllM W ff\. Forward with the greateri Speed aad Baflety, o o n . b u s s o m . j s w u a r , I tee — $ F k e h M e a . a a d A O O O C m ffiO s s o l We make a specialty of keeping tba VER Y B E S T FIN E FRENCH C A N D IE S th a t c a n be made. I EXTRA TIRE CHOCOLATE CREA* DROPS. EXTRA FINE ION B0NS EXTRA FINE JELLY CONFECTIONS, 4 c , 4c. A llkinds o f PA N C A N D IE S m a d * dally. Y. 1 0 * 6 A CO., 193 M A IN ST. probable fbr t b e lakca. C teady w e a thgr w ith tight rains a long th e A tlantic coast, and fresh southerly w tad*oa th e G a lf. 3 W A S H I N G T O N . ( x n r e w . T i c r T t a i d r e k w a r , u m t W a o h w o t o n . M . r 1 — A w a r r a n t w u t a a d f r a a tha T r e m r r O r a . r t m . a t to- “ 4 Uw State nf CaonerU t ut for ,l)3,IR 4 J G , to r r i a b u n r that Stair for ffloney oxprndrd in equipping and lbrw»rd- i» g Y o i n t o a r , to aoppraa th , rebellion. rH C O N l H U S I U t l T H A N H I t- U S A K Y o n . D C I-KNOENLK. The President h u appointed the follow ing K L o m m lo io n m under Ihe fourth «rrtlon of the aet of the third of Mftreh to p tm ide for oelehr>tlog t4o one hutdroth ftnnlrenarv of Am o n e a n independence in I'hlladoinhia A n P a c k e r . n i Daniel J. M o rrell, of iV o n l •y l r a n la : D. M. Bord, J r ., and John L. Lam p b ell, o f Indiana; Solomon L . Spink Mid G e o r g e A . Batchelder, of D a k o U h : J . T . B a r n u d and J. S. A d a m ., o f rio r id a ; E. D. Holton and D a r h l A tw o o d , o f W isconsin. T h e net proride, for the appointm ent o f tw o gentlem en trom each btate and T e r r it o r y to be made upon the recommendation of the G o v e r n o n thereof to tbe President. T h e above com­ prise all the nomination* that have been re­ ceived up to the preaent time. T H E LOAN SU B S C R IPTIO N S . Subscriptions to the new loan to-day amount to $75,000. BA S E BALL. T h e Red Stockings o f Boston defeated the N ationals o f this c i t y to-day at a gam e of bane bftll. Score, 32 to 4. T H E D IS T IL L E R Y BUSINESS. There are 305 grain distilleries and six molasses distilleries now in operation throughout the country. T h e total spirit producing capacity of these sti 11* is 216,854 gallon* daily, and the supposed daily con­ sumption is 230,000, or 13,046 gallons more than ia made. “ P ° \ « f * pr opoaed the Lorraine, fftaoo p r e r e a the U te war neutralization o f __ th . ) would be I m r t f c w i for U e r m a a j a * d e . o M a a C b a t k a a a k t o C A . for t a . t a b .at- U M e ih e y are atiU nreree to their U tbei- MW U»e P r in c e in conclusion, hot « t -hall s trive to w in them hack. T h e bill was Pefcrr«d to committee. PKOUwcnb o r THE PEACE CONFERENCE. T h e P rueatoss CroM * Jarett« denies that negotiation* for treaty of peace w ith France are to be translerred from Bruavela to Ber nu 7*1*6 yo r th German Gazette «ay* jdenipotcntiarie* at Bn . o l* I _____ FrxncaY th* P«FMten* o f live m illiard , bi June ^ l“ *‘ oUmeiita. beginning tT i r k l* iL ^ \ m * ? S S r = S S 2 r * = : •houM no BKinOM PARLIAMENT PB0CBBo,Vuaa L o n d o n . Mey S.— I n th e ( \ F O R E I G N . collect NOTEK DRAFTS ar w tth Goods, Mid B M f k s * . ---------- ^ . n-cted w ith t h e E x p rea* a f j . g S P n f q y 1 place* M w u th e city o f N E W Y U N E _ M jd Um W E S T E R N , N O R T H A N D »> C T H W EKTEKN ST A T E S a n l CANADAS, coonecUng w ith w . n. F « r g j * s t e t W E 6 . FARGO. F TISAAC H O L L O W A Y . D e a ler Im M E D IN A A N D L O C X F O E T SAND STONE, FLAGGING, CURBIN6, P U T V O K I H . D O O * A N D W IN D O W C A P * A N D WI-1JS- S T E P S ,E T C . IN A N D ARO U N D PA R IS. P a r i s , M ay 2.— T b e Commune hap Issued a decree appointing a com m ittee e f safety. T b e arrest o f y e n . Cluseret w m ordered because he was g u ilty o f negligence by w h ich the safety of F o r t Issv wa* compro­ mised. The session of the Com m u n e on M onday wa* an excited one. Serious charge* were made against Gen. Cluseret, and tbe sugges­ tion wa** even made tbat he be shot w ithin forty-eight hours. T h e r e is now an immense concentration o f Coinmuiiikt troops in and around F o r t lia r . T h e railw a y companies bave paid the sums demanded from them by the Com­ mune, and 1,680,060 frauc* hare already been received into the treasury from that sour*.e. W e e k ly paym ents w ill hereafter be made b y tbe companies. T b e official journa o f the Commune de­ nies the reports em a n a ting from V e rsailles of victories for the Asaemblists forces. T h e Freemasons have been ordered to re­ take the banners w h ich they had planted on the ram p arta of tbe citer. the V e rsailles governm ent and troops declining to respect them. T h e report that G eneral D o m b row ski w as taken prisoner i« not confirmed. T h e Versaillists have at no tim e occupied F o r t I ssy. A f ter the desertiou o f its panic stricken garrison, the volunteers raised by the Com m u n e issued from the c ity and not only re-occupied the forts w h ich they found em p ty, hut after hard lighting aud at great sacrifice of life drove the enem y from The trenches, car­ ried one o f ih e ir barricaO**s and regained po?session of the cem etery of Issy. They made an attem p t to retake Les M o ulineaux but failed, losing h e a v ily in killed and wounded. E v e r y effort w ill be made to hoid F o r t Issv, but should its capture ap­ pear inevitable it w ill be blown up. I a r i s . Tuesday E v e n in g .— T h e Versailles skirm ishers bave been ex p e lled from the park and cem etery of Issy. N e w w o rks are being constructed around Issy. rendering the fort more form idable than ever. The enem y’s fire to day haa been m ainly directed against P o rte des Ternes and Leval- lois. A fie-h attack on N e u illy ia expected and reinforcem ents have been sent there. A scaffolding hfl# been erected around tbe colum n in Place Vendoroe. T h c principal barricades in P a r is have been converted iuto strong earthw o rks. T h e labor on these internal defenses is cease­ less. V e r s a i l l e s , Tuesday evening.— Con- nonading is going on along the w h o le line. A breach has been made in the w a lls of Issy. In the Assem b ly to-day M inister Picard stated that im p ortant operation* w e re now in progress, aud most im p o rtant results had been achieved. COM M UNAL A G E N T S I N LO N D O N . N e w ’ Y o r k , May 2.— A special to the World from London 2d, says: Several agents o f the Paris Commune arrived i a t b i * city yesterday. T b e y have been commis­ sioned by that body Ut enter into contracts here for the purpose o f revictualing P a n s , but as they propose to nay for their goods in thirty day's, dealers decline to contract w ith them. N A P O L E O N W I L L N O T R E T U R N TO FRA N C E . Napoleon declared yesterday that he would not return to 1?'ranee nor listen to any proposition for his return. T H IE R S ’ L A T E S T ID E A . Thlere has determined upon a coup d ' etat after entering P a r is by m aking him self and Marshal MaeMahoh johrt regents w ith the Em p ress £ « g e s ie.v SPA IN . M a d r i d , M ay 2.— A festival w a s given to-day in commemoration of the rising against tbe French in 1803. T h e K in g and Gueen took part in tbe ceremonies. A alight disturbance w aa created by the Bepublicans but it w as easily repressed. Several ar­ rests w ere made. ITA L Y . F l o r e n c e , M ay 2 .^ - fb e Italian Senate continues the discussion of tbe question of Papal guarantees. A n amendment to a bill abolishing tbe Pope’s n g b t to grant exe­ quaturs to Consuls o f foreign powers has been relected. A demonstration planned to celebrate tue event of 1849 in Rome proved a failure, tbe governm ent b i t i n g been w a r n ­ ed that disturbance* w e r e intended by an international society. A report w h ich has been current that change* are intended in the diplomatic representation of Italy abroad is ascertained to be w ithout foun­ dation. BADEN. T h e governm ent of Baden baa decided to aboli-b all the foreign legations o f the Grand Du<*hy after N o v e m b er next. K O O tffW A . B U C H A R E S T . M a y 1 - - T h e Roumanian governm ent, aa a measure of econom y, has decided upon the disbandm ent o f tbe third battalion of each regim e n t o f Infantry, c a v ­ alry and artillery in i u Handing arm y , and tbe abolition o f the regim ent o f ebaaaeur*. T h is *t-p w ill reduce the standing army about 10,000. ___ ___ HTK IREKS CEEATfN© AN EXCITEMENT. BRUW*EU», M a y ! . — F ive hundred w o rk ________ ay S.- Peers to-night Lords K im b e r ly. Burnell xZ\ G rey criticised the W h ig adm inistration «r Ireland, which wa* s M y defended by Earl G ranville. In the House, n f Coran ___ ___ interesting debate on ocean postage. M r. Seeley moved a resolution that the Postm aster G eneral should’ m a k e arrange­ ment* w ith the Postal D epartm e n t o f the United States for a reduction of the rate of poatage on letters betw een E n g land and Am e rica to one penny, ile pointed out the importance o f such a reduction to tbe com­ mercial and poorer classes, and urged it would aerve to strengthen the tics between the tw o nation**. M r. M undeila and D r . H erron followed w ith speeebet* in *up]>ort o f the resolution. M r. Monaeli, tbe Postm aster G eneral, thought that, pending the preaent contracts w ith the ocean tfeam er lines, a reduction w o u ld I»e impossible. He proceeded to argue generally against a change. E a c h reduc­ tion, he said, had failed to b r ing about an increase of buatnem nufflcfeat to compensate the departm e n t T h e s h illing rate produced 130,000 pound*, tbe *1* penny rate, 93.0U0 pounds, the three penny rate brought in only 47,000. T h e total cost of the ocean steam er mail service, as per con­ tract, w a s 853.000 pound*, and tbe total re­ ceipt* w ere 3G3.000 pounds. Lorn lo the de­ partm ent, 400,000 pound*. Mr. Jam es W h ite understood the post- offlee had a surplus o f £1.300.000 w h ich m ight be applied to the reduction o f thc ocean rate. Gladstone opposed the resolve and begged that the m a tter m ight be left to the discre­ tion of the governm ent. M r. Seeley xcouted the Postmattter Gen- erals’E* estim a te of losses. H e had reason to know that tbe governm ent at W ashington was prepared for reduction aud England should be ready to meet IL T b e resolve wa* defeated and tb e subRti- tute em b o d ying M r. Gladstone’* view was carried. T h e House then adjourned. m cnts for their e a lertainm a u t T t e eal J a m a l OaaorUt on b a n o M D r D . F . D a w w a . o f - - - \ W n a r r u u H a n 4 . a Fortar, a New Y o r k r V S ' k ^ / ’ * - * \ • N E W YORK. T H E FO R G E R BRO U K W A Y SE N T E N C E D . N e w Y o r k , M ay 2.— Charles Brock w a v , the notorious forger, w h o pleaded gu ilty at the last term o f the Court of Special Sua­ sion*. w a* to-day aent to King King prison for four y e a n aud nine months. T I I E LA T E ASSASSINATION IN A H ORSE U a IL A coroncr’8 inquest w as held thi* after­ noon on the bodv o f A v e r y D. Putnam who wa* AftMuutinated last W ednesday night, by W illiam Foster. Madame and Mixs D u v a l, the ladies w h o w e re w ith Mr. Putnam at the time, positively i<lentlrtnl Fonter m the man who struck the blow*. T h e ju r y returned thc follow ing verdict: “ W e find tbat A v e r y D. Putnam came to his death from acute men­ ingitis, and fracture of the skull and lacera­ tion of the brain, caused hv a blow or blow* on tbe bend, inflicted w ith a beav r iron car hook in thc hands o f W illiam Fo*;t*r on the evening of A p r il 26 at the corner o f Seventh aveuue and Forty-wixth street.” L a ter iu the afternoon F o ster was indieted by the grand ju r y and hi* trial w ill be ( jressed with all decorous speed. A n effort, low e v e r , w ill he made by hi* counsel to put off the trifll to a more distant d-.y, fearing lest the present btate o f the public mind in reference to the outrage would be prejudi­ cial to the interest of the prisoner. It even rumored that a motion w ill be made to change tbe place o f trial, on thc gro-.ind that he could Dot have a fair trial in tbi* county on account of the excited state of the coni m u n ity at large. A HEAVY JUDGMENT RECOVERED. In the Supreme Court Circuit before Jud g e V a n B r u n t to-day the cate of Gu*- tavus C . Kir*chm an against Charles Lod- yani and W illiam J. Hec was called. Thc plaintiff, being an invpntor in artificial leg* and arms, made a contract w ith defendant? to give them bis inventions ami some good? on hand for $60,000 in stock o f a new com ­ pany to be formed w ith $250,000 capital. T h e defendants did not fulfil tb e ir con­ tract, and when sued defended on tbe ground ~ that the contract w as rescinded by consent. On tbe first trial tbe plaintiff had a verdict o f over $79,000, hut for some technical fcason It w as retired. On this trial the defendants set up an alteration of contract. T h e y were, how e v e r, defeated, the Court directing a verdict for £83,942.50 for plaintiff. THE STREET CAR CONDUCTORS. In the Court of G eneral Session* to-dav Judge Bedford, in Charging the Jury, said, in many int-tances car-driver* and conduct­ ors w ere the accomplices o f thieves and rowdies w h o insult and rob passengers ln the street cars. T H E S T R IK IN G Q C A R R YM KN. No serious disturbance bas occurred w ith the quarry men on a strike in Y o r k v illc and Harlem. T b e strikers made several raid* on the gangs that refused to quet, bdt w e re driven back by tbe police. Considerable excitem e n t prevails in that C rt o f the city, but a reserve force o f flve ndred police near the scene of trouble In- tlm ieates the strikers. A N E W SE C R E T fcOCIETY. A secret society bas been formed in this city w ithin the past t w o months, tbe ex is­ tence of w h ich only leaked out accidentally. It is called tbe *‘Kaft” and the m eetings are held w ith closed doors. T b e members, who already num b er close on to 50,000, are chiefly artisans and labooring classes. T h e object is to Influence elections favorably to the w o r k in g classes, and if postebfe of nom inating its member* for m u n icipal, legislative and aenatorial honors. Branch societies have been estalre Haded in almost all large c ities of the Union. T H E E R I E L IT IG A T IO N . A r g u m e n t on order to show eause w h y at­ tachm ent should not f*w e against J s y Gould for refusing to produce certain books called for in the refer­ ence before M aster W h it e in tbe case o f Heath and Raphael against the Erie Railroad Com p a n y and others, took place this afternoon in the U n ited States D istrict O u r t before Judge C’l*ted»- ford. A r g u m e n ts in favor of the order w e r e made b y South m s vd ff Evarta; whUffi w e r e opposed by e**Jodge W . A . Beard. A t tbe conclusion the Conrt took the papers and reversed Its decision. m i s c e l l a n e o u s . A N E X C IT E M E N T IM CHIC S O U. ClftC-MW. M ay 2 .- T h e a-tlon o f the G rand J u r y yeaterday in discharging from custody P . A . Leonard, w h o w a s in prison for k illing D r . 9, E . acanland, h u brother- in-law, some weeks ago, has created eontei erable excitefltent fn th is eity. T h e Tru tmnA, Times aad Republican denounce the action o f the G rand J u r y . SA L E o r C H O IC E 8TOCK- P h i l a d e l f h i a , M a t 2 . — A * * ■**« *-• to-day hejlers sold at CARTAGE EXPRESS O F F IC E .. STREET, wh— orttersinair fie left a t am_M— a- a a a d s r . is-fo r theCsvtfln riP U K - r r F k k , . f t ^ f t « ^ ja m M u m m . t f j L ffsttag a n r t e y r t Vd ftr t w wBI K m s i n j r i . P a r R M r TON te* Nl w h o w o r e e m p lo y e d in d i g g i n g s ca n s . .b - e fo r e s t o f H e r t o g e n v s l d m a r c h e d in a bodv t o T e r r i e r s an d d e m a n d e d t e f o r e s t o f H e r t o g e n v s l d i d v t o T e r r i e r s a n d d e m a n d e d payment ol tb e i r w a g e * f o r s o m e time overdue. Tbeir a p p e a r a n e e caused m u c h e x r l l am e n t nod ap p r e h e n s io n . Tbe g e n s d’a n n e s proved u n r e lia b le an d w e r e confined t o t b e i r b a r ­ rack s . T b e to w n fin a lly p a i d tb e w o r k m e n th e i r w a g e s a a d all te a r s o f disorder w e re allay e d . ALSACE AND LORRAINE. BERLIN. May 2.—In tte Germ— m o o t l » d n tht HU I t o , h a n ' t snd L o r r a w with IH e h F H t e t h t H o m e . B u t r e k t a W * 1 i r t n u on wMck tka a ttta \ m m liateihi at ftnatsftlloa af tfottt 0«n«J»T ta li J^ A J t B L E WORK*. JOHH CRAWFORD, MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, 1*7 f t * n m NIAGARA ST.. BUFFALO. T h t U t f t o t h i p A a e r i e t w h it!) mUmi Tm- ttrU « T fo r c h U f t t a l J f t p t a , o u t M B T , - 006 l n t o i l a a d b u llio n . t h k r u c i T c a o r i.\ C L I f o W U . t N . ? w l i h a . a l j - th a U i w lh thafruM a n * t h u season w i l l be -r r r a r t T t e r*— is estim a ted a t 10 , 000,000 faU aa t a l t x r u M o i . C h i c a g o , M ay l - i a u a t t h e n e w g a s w o r k s tb i a ■ d e f e c t in t b e m e t e r . T h e ■ b u i l d in g w a a b lo w n o u t , ______ structure b a d ly sh a t t e r e d . T t e nflta* W m blown to pieces, an d G e o r g s H o lla w a y m d George T y ler, c le r k s , w e r e I n j u r e d . r. P a l m a r la a n p —H J t a t e — M a t e o r t w o his p ro c lam a tio n fb r a n O s t t e M l m o f t h a Illin o is L e g is t s t a r e . PEN teY L V A N l A L C U llL A T r a S . n A R R m c n o , P a . , M a y L - T h a d e a d loc* l« I b t fo f t o i i i u i u b n b o n n a m i to d b o th hotfoot . r e ^ . 1 . h u r t t l w u r t P - - i D k p r t v . t o M l h , . a m n t f o k q t l ?■»?> h w r t b t t u o u X . r i f o T v m h S T « > S N * c T t« 7 T t n n u n u . H A R T P m ip, C o n n ., M a y 2.- T t e t e l l llcan m r m b m o f th e S e n a te to - a l g b t n a m - in a t e d H o n . L * r a H a ll, o f ¥ $ r | t e r o t e t l « P r e s i d e n t p r o feat o f t f c a T h e H o u a e R e public* n caucus H o n . E d w i n H . Hugtaw, o f K U H a g fy, f b r S p e a k e r. * T b e D e m o c r a t s h a v e n o m inated I . W . S e y m o u r of L itch f ie ld for S|M aker, a a d It In u u d c rvtood t h a t D e m o c r a ts w ill s tr o n g ly o p ­ pose a n in v e s t i g a t i o n b y t b e rnniM lfm s ssl canvass o f v o tes o f m a t t e r * In d i s p u te con­ c e r n i n g th e c o u u t o f v o l t e in N e w H a v e u an d E n lfeld , * ** T b e L e g islativ e t h a t t h a n w e r e ____ __________ w h e r e th e p r e s id i n g officers h a v e . a m t w ill b a v e p o w e r t o m a k e a th o r o u g h IflVte- tl g a t ion In o r d e r t o d e r id e w h o m b i tetm l T y received a m a j o r i t y o f v o t i e aaet l o r O e v te - n o r . I t is p r e t t y c e r t a i n fro m w h a t h a a b e e n learn e d o f t h e actio n o f t h e D e m o c r a t* th a t they will opiwee an Inveetigtalm In < possible w a y w b e n t h e I i n r i t e — u t e tb e m a t t e r . CORNER STONE TO BE LAID. L o g a n s p o r t , In d . , M a y 2.— E x t a n r i v e a r r a n g e m e n t s h a v e been m a d e b y I t e M te son* fo r la v i n g th e c o m e r sto n e a f th e .Sm ithson C o llege a t th i s place o n th a 9 t h in s t. THE NASHVILLE RACES. N a s h v i l l e , T e n n ., M a y 2 .— M o s t a f t b e h o rses w h i c h w e r e tn a t t e n d a n c e t e th a M e m p h is races l a s t w e e k h a v e a r r i v e d b a r s , increasing tb e num b er ln tra i n i n g fo r t h a N a s h v ille B lood H o r s e A s s o c iation races n e x t w e e k t o s e v e n ty . NEGRO RIGHTS IN TENNSMKE. O n c o m p l a i n t o f G e o r g e . C a r p e n t e r a n d w ife, colored, M a jor C r a m p t o n , a co n d u c to r on th e L o u isv ille an d N a s h v ille R a ilro a d , an d o t h e r s w e r e in d icted In tb e F e d e r a l C o u r t , n o w s i t t i n g h e r e , fo r fbrotbty je c l i n g th e m fro m tb e ladies’ c a r o n said road. T h c d e f e n d a n t ’s ooonssl m o v e d t o qua**h th e in d i c t m e n t , a a d a l t a r arg u m e n t J u d g e T w i g g g a a a a decision a n m o tio n i n fa v o r o f th c d e f e n d a n ts, an d t h e y w e r e d isch a r g e d . T h c g r o u n d of th e d e e £ sion w a a t h a t com m o n c a r r i e r s b a d a rig h t to re g u la t e th e i r o w n affair*. H e f f a e m d fu r t h e r t h a t th e p lain tiffs m i g h t sn e fa r d a m a g e s , t b e ju r y to d e t e r m in e w h e t h e r th e i r rig h t* h a d been in f r in g e d . A GANG OP COUNTERFEITERS ARRESTEDl P i t t s b u r g , M ay 2.— L e w is M. R o b e rts.* alias A I lie, a n o to r io u s o o u n t e i f s i t e r a a d re p u te d lead e r o f a l a r g e g a n g th r o u g h o u t tb e w e s t, au d fo u r te e n o f h ia p a r t y w e r e a r ­ rested to-day aud held for t r i a l . A REPUBLICAN VICTORY. T k r u e H a u t e , Ind., M a y 2.— T h e re s u lt o f the election in th i s c i t y to-day w a s l a favor ot the Uepubiicans by larg e g a in s T h e Republicans elected all their can d id a tes on the general ticket and their co u n c ilm a n . CATERPILLARS IN TENNESSEE. M e m p h i s , T e n n ., V. ty 2 .—B lack c a t e r ­ p illar? have m>Mle tb e ir tp p a a r a n o e t a th e surrounding bottoms in -neh d r o v w t e l n som e instance to stop a trait: of cars. T h e y are destroying vegetation to a co n s id e r a b le extent. THE COAL PR08PECT. P o t t s v i l l k . P a . , 3! a y 2 .—M u ch i n t e r e s t is manifested iu the m eeting o f the G e n e r a l Council n f tbe \V. B. A ., to be held hepa to-m o rrow. Delegates from tb e n o r t h e r n counties arrived here th i s e v e n i n g and tbe m o rning train* w ill b r i n g other* from the surrounding co u n t r y . It i* reported that m any o f tb e d e le g a tes e r e in favor or resum ing w o r k a t en o a a n t t e term s offered hy the co m m itte e o f o p e r a t o r s at tbeir m eeting o f A p r il 22, h e ld a t P h i l a ­ delphia. T h e reported suapenalon th l a m o rning a t the K e y St m e C o ll i e r y . W h ich resumed w o rk M ay 1, is in c o r r e c t ; t h e m e n remained in the mines to-day, an d s o su s ­ pension for the present is anticlpsted. MINERS GOING TO W OttL W iLKKSBARRK, P a ., M ay 2 .— A ll t t e m e n fo r m e r ly a t w o r k ft*r t h e W U fcesbem s C o a l a n d Iro n C o m p a n y h a v e aoocpta d M r. P a r r i s h '- p r o p o s itio n a n d e x p e c t to resum e w o r k on T h u r s d a y . ELECTED. S c h e n e c t a d y , M a y 2.—T b * al aott s R t a th i s e i t y to-day fo r P o lice I nulled i n fav o r o f W m . H . e r a t , hy o v e r 300 m a j o r i t y . T O DI8TILLERH. C i n c i n n a t i , O ., M a p . 2 .— J o d g a E w i n g o f th e U n i t e d S ta tes CSU rt, b e Id t a a a a a o trie d before h im to-day t h a t a d i s t i l l e r w a a n o t liab le f b r t a x on t b e f u l l ca p e e U r o f b is d i s ti l l e r y acco rd in g t o t h e s u r v e y w h e n Ih e w h o le a m o u n t w a s n o t a c t u a l l y p r o d u c e d STRIKE -OT LABORERS. B o * t o x , M a s s .. M a y 2.— P o o r h u n d r e d an d fifty o f th e w o r k m e n e m p l o y * a n t t e w a te r w o r k s , l a D o r c frsstar d l s U t a t , w e s t o n a s t r i k e th is m o r n i a g . T h e y a t e t e a d ­ vance to t w o d o llars a d a y . N o t n t e s t e a occu rred y e t . A BAD SUICIDE. M r. T . D . R o g e rs w a s fo u n d d a * * M s w ife’s g r a v e to -d a y a t L o w e ll . H e t e d tak e n lau d a n u m . CENTRAL AMERICA. 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M*F p o rted J e r s e y c a t tl e —— , sZTaS- •o ld for 1 4 * ) : u o t b e r for **<*>; u o l l M r 4 > r *310. P i p u d b u r . w r t \ . . h o t M W li« » » r. E u ( l u d , K i d f n m *.'<0 t o M 0 . KILLED ET A ETEEET CAE. C L E T E L A D D . M a , *•— B j u K c l d t m t O B , r : t r ^ l r f o i l r o f o j j ^ t t n l . J » b o j t u f o d p rob »blj p r o v e fa ta l. B E v r n a c E c o m m i t t e d . T h e sen ten c e a f Wm. S r b a l l e a h e r g , w h o n . to h a v e been b a n p d <m tb a IMhi to« m u r d e r i n g h is w ife, h a s b e e n co m m u ted u im p r is o n m e n t f o r hfe. FU N E R A L CEEEMOVIER. S t . L o c i * . M a y 1.—T b e t o n e r s ! o f H o n . . T y o d o te, w h o w m — M e d w rn B t e a tesy i a, m . y e t e o n on of F r e e Mf n f t r S U t - t t e grave. 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