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The Buffalo express. (Buffalo, N.Y.) 1866-1878, May 05, 1871, Image 1

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V o l . L O S T A T O F O U N D . F R I D A Y . M A Y 5. 1871. If,/ for a<J V e r t IsCSuen l~ A [t- I ijA .ri.D lS J A HU L O D G I N G . ,r.T V.'i'l 51 l!< ».\ KD. A FL K A -A .N T S« I ' T F O R S A L & - H O L S £ S . j F O R I A L E - H O C 8 E 8 , K O K - A I .,. 1‘J KLM 1 KKKT. A 2-sT* 111 f o i ; aA< f .tijje 1 ,-u w . Hi rofjiH - o • •• r i»-r; w a ter *;nJ . BJC S. r.eca »- III'!/an fix '. ■ <— ; l im w Co.•it.-, in- >') r \ii . I trT;Ui l>~.ck (•■ rr' i -uu-iry A r. Aj>piy t> s < iTT< •. M IV a ri fct. -fe ------------------------------------------------ I eirtifce* p n ,* r » ----- . - --------- -- ( o l TAG Lb FOR ‘ A L L | nerfrru Anplv to JOH N < rrr< * cot- 3 T O L E T —H O U S E S . H £ L F v V A N T E D - F E M A J L E S . i.i.K V K \ H I - I . - O i l i ! . V . a ‘-T ! s D I |r m i a n r i . . a llaall -,.. t--. I *W j ! »KL . o ■ q m re.i. «o»li o--i - • i i r . m • *- / i J O > I I U S ,S lr\l \ u - : - ' t h ' U )kt HAUL. Jon stre e t, tw o l-story fras *:a stre e t, l-*tory fra m e : I nn street. D .-htory fra m - ; . street, tw o fraiue ■et, l - s t o r y fra m e , i, set, lfi-e to r y fram e , -t-u i i i - s v ,r y frt-i.e .. lot 5*> 27x150- *. 25x140 • ILfner L D te H 'd S E • t 32xW’, fro n t. H o use in , out. witii » x -*A j ill. „ _ ------------- i r mins. <-•••■- o i ip ls pantries, chin* « io»* t - and , i p|.ii;“p- pre-s» ,. ami w->odshefL T e r m s h i t . T id e I perfect- ‘ • •- «“ u \ •wv ... U SA L E . „ L A first-ejass b r ir k dw e l- :i ./, i — ., ,i->rJe- a n d fi:tLI>*<l a t;!,-. m a-;:- f.- n t : /a-.. ■■■- hut . !-;tl.-rfKun, f u r n a c e : h r i - t L a in : l--t -;*x1j£ ai*--. > 1*9 N o rth Id r lm o r . tw(r-a:<-rr b r io * : ga*. i w a ir r . A e .; lot 37*%xll5. I Alao, No. *2.1 N l-iUi s c : a new brie* -lw«-I!ln/. tw o I r 'o r le - a n - ! wJrj}'. In sup e r io r sty le; l o t > 'r l-Y O N . K A K L K A CO.. E rl.- L a n d * — I) ’^ E L I - I N O .i TO L E N T MAY L ,• tVAi. J, '-•el i - •I..- : l-.t 4--xU9— :.VKf.U A f ti.. •ffice.sto M ain ,L 151 KUAN K! I .a iel) a rk ; *»p;*J> 1 1 7 0 '! ;;: 1170 “t i! w a:1 1- 11 •' .j w w - A I itA , k m . M i : iTH K HI -I ale by | L a s t E a /le sL. No. 1*0; X ^ to r r brick. all m o d ern l.n p r venicnt?. -2 o r 1* r»Kim«. '• xtii su. No. i t * : >atr*ry brick In fine order. R e n t • X*. < llntop *t., No. 253-; 2-*torv brick. 10 room?. • lirit-.p . . . No. 1*7: l^-su-ry brick. K -r.t $350. T- nth sL. No. 'J: 2-atorv fram e . K ent $3U0. P a r k No. *t‘: l-sto r y fram e, line garden loL R -nt $25\. aiw> have a num b e r o f dw e llings and a p a r t- A !r. .tiranee A /er.ts Mali. c25 -■‘•T-IT.A b o D W E L L IN G S : KOK S A L E . are »-t.. 7-*<torv brick, w ith all nKelt-n. ' ‘ it tin feet to alley ; b a r n on allev. ‘ ; gas,” w a ter, A c .; lo t JW1 H L .2-! .. . - th l ’earl — lleLiw a re -i. co r n e r E a g le, > o « .ry fran:e, wit! x ad - lltlou: / a t and wa!*-r . I .h.l:ti~-,ii 1*1 ,. e. w-;,.ry ftrlck: ra s . hot and cold it. and -iiiier in-rlern liui-ro^eiiientn; lo t .: 2 x l 2 \. St.. - f \ ,1. A L E A T ilK D l s b i; .NALL - H E /, l.!;.w-MMt aveiiue.-f#,nthweeT co r n e r vnrr.rr- tu~\ fram e , nt w ; flrst-o.a-..-. b o n a e : lo t H»ix2Sn. i .! >..n«on i'lace, 2 -etory bri>;a; / a s . w a ter. A c .; Vlx't*’. *-est c o rner <»*k a n d N o rth Division streets, • >ry -irl-'K. will, nil rn .-i.-m unpn-verrient*. Uy HI'M K A !*AN K' 'K_D. 1*> W e •: ? » »n _ -NO. 254 EKAN K L IN ir-ler. l a r / e i<-t tin e of A1-- . N o .** W a a h .il/- in and w a ter. V» close i n 7 sf-i & r K S*A I.E. P l i t t r i KTY I N -t c .r i n r ->f W a « h lii/toii aiK v a-lapte<l for n foundry. TH E S O r T H - N - t t strc-t t*,. JO H N P I T \ , H E t ? W A a ' l ' E U - M A E E S . V \ \N W ’ 1 ami - Mnv - a,- tro ll, .Ml--).. a u h f l ; 1,-n—! V- 1.1 UN A li A K f i v \ *. v t - .u i ; 1 VI . m a , « f - j KlJt ^ . ___ I b I.: i •. I - , . . ' . : I e a • c . - - - - *C -n; I , i . , , . < , 1 r\. 'i.e tiafan- • tfie •» ae- n. 11- iVV AKL> A C u A l ’- , , , p* ■ • 4H Mai SL k2H n8 I / 'v E i .i . i N t i S K'»T bA I.K . 1-L tue l - b - r y bri d w e h l n / N». a- /a i . w a t. r. I ;»»!». furnace. J r .. IS A t»T.. A lu x a tio n aUT. fui i t iru u i a u f lit d e p th t-. .a p p l y to J O ! IN OT*- S H O I > E » T O K E N T . FROM M A I 1, 1871, BY A. N. W I N 8 H I P . No. 10 E a s t E a /le s L ■n \ l a.-Ji!n/:on m ; very r o o m y houic so l t a t l e f o r ‘ ------ P rice inirt -n «L. re . P r ice «_’>!. 1 VA Elk bri.-k r IK S U R A H C E . b r e i tta /e s . Ren I S i* 1 e ach. , , lL»-flU,ry fram e . Ite n t $225. 1.*.I an i li-'- L o u is iana St., tw o genteel c o ttages op- po-lL- the K r e l/bt DeftoL K ent, eae). $3JU. K A KM ■* ft »K ^ * I. E.—Several desirable farm s for sale in this an-1 a-t) lntng counties. IN S U R A N C E —Theund-Tslsm e d wiii u ia/esu r v e y s aiel insure ln several o f the be»t^com p a n ies in the State. B O tnO M FOK RALE.—N a *72 N iagara sL ; 2-story fram e ; lot 30x120 P rice $*.500 W T e n th « t . : H i-story f ram e. P r ice $2,t»*t. 1* T w e ltth s L , l**--to\rv fram e. P rice $3,0UU. 1 'J t arroP »L, 2 -sU^ry brick, ba«< u jeut and attic. P r ice $ SIS E U lc.it sL : 1 S - s t ° r r frai.re. P r ice IU » « . 5N> E epeca rL. 1 -,-sior» G.-tblc frauie. 1 rice AAtwn. V s n d a tla sL. tw o l-»u>ry fram e c o ttag e s ; each *M A .W . a n d 15»Elk tL, new hrlck c o tU /e s . P r ice $.1JMSi i-ai-li. peiieea st-. a Mock <-f six 2-story b rick bouses, n e a r Griffin P ri, each $1 -no. It..ud. avenue, o m e r o f N o rth XVashington. three- wi-.-lei. cottag-s. ncarlv new. P r i — $l.au0 e aclu l~-’- V irginia .-L, tlrst i i , .j < f r o m N la/» ra sL,2-story b r ic k ; g a s, w a ter, a n d cellar. P r ic e f-tJUL LO T S E’’tIt S A L K .—D e law a re St., n e a r V irginia, e a - t s id e : will ^11 3e. *•). o r 55 l o t t Sl'ai p e r fo--T. t-.a- kllu oL, opposite Uie CnUie.fraL P r ice $115 p e r f - - t. i.id s on n o rth e rly «l-le -.f E x c h a n g e Ft. through to « • isi.l “C. tietw e e h lla iu l- u r / and Jefferson streets, p r i c e $25 p e r f-x-t. Lots - s n ie a s last, e a s terly of Van R e n s s e laer sL ; sa-Tie p rice. I'-u r lots o n we^T-rly sl-ie -.f G-iffln sL. Iietween Se.u-i a a n d Ex-'hang- -’s. P r ! ', - flA.Oi p e r fooL « !« A. N W IN S M IP. No. ni fc. Kagle ot. OT i • • SALK- i. V, »t iK ill DIV ISIO N >T.. O ' . i i \ . i t a k y f; | tk i C j u S . l.l.IN E K Y F O K B I T . F r - r f l l t H f t SA L \ I ! E X C H A N G E \ . U r T W K E N (31\* ! r — (Jft? I-', -P. K E N T !!V M. M cCOM B , 5 SO U T H I>I- ?!?: V I - i t N - V. : /a - and » s K r - $350. J w.iu-r $125. Irarn e : new and Itt tlrst ra te r : / » « and w-.it. r «M F o i l K E N T - I HK I P I’EK ST O K IE S O F the new i -i--- : dl-U iig -m the n o rth side oi < TiTj-i-wa i..-. -ii V ain »'i-l !‘- a rl s o ; a c a p ital i-i. .li-.’.i to r u :ir-f-e.:t-a ixKtrdinv houne. L E E A Pi< KEKiNG.11 Ni t /a i t M.. e o r. Pearl. 17 WAiCEi:*-! ~ 1. \ M > O F F IC E S ON CEN B :!l W l i a r f b - - r- i.K i: .V r n K K K IM -, 24 N iagara sL, c o r. Peiarl. E N T K A L • cl 1 TO LE T —ROOBCB. I.T N T I*AK I' * -E TH K O F F IC E o c - V ill. m ideral/ped. s u ltahle to r a law •f tl-e ui- < ' -ra b i e locations in th e c itv. r- v Ki t K I .A M t , No. 2 IJrow u b Buil-'l- 1 0 3 d S t o t M M t o f t k * INSURANCE COMPANY H a r t f o r d , C t. LNGOKPOUATED 1819. C H A R T E R P E R P E T U A L . C a p i t a l , t 3 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 a L. J . H E N D E E ..................... - ^ . . . 7 - .PresldenL J . 6 0 0 D N 0 W .............. -^ £ ^ 7 ...........................S e c retary. J a m a a r v 1 , 1 8 7 1 . Keal E s tate unincum b e red................................$253A1* im L o a n e d on Bond a n d M o rtgage ...................... 23.00U 0U Catdi on baud a n d l:i B a n k ............................... 3C6.V75 IV, ' a d i tn the hands o f A g e n ts an-1 i a t r a n s it. 4*5,171 Ou U n ited s t a t e s .-Picks o f 1874............................ 10fv,00u Ou do do 1881 ............................ 20u,750 U0 do do 5-AT s ........................ 322L5UU 00 U n ited S tates C u rrency B o u d s __ < o n n e c ticu t S tate b lo c k .................. Kii-xle I s land ** ..................... ><0,0UU 00 5 1 1.000 Of io*.onn uo 3.000 00 1‘s'JUO 00 31,775 00 15c!4» 00 10.150 00 18,00' OU 3.000 00 24.000 00 40.000 m 25.000 00 2tL«50 00 23,750 00 47.0UO 00 38. S00 On 6.000 (IU 7G,iM) 00 73/4W Ou 5.0U0 on L50U u$ i *i: im n \ n i - k -* 2 * • i . K s ! I recti A W s \ E • | T , W a Ul>S A Ul • i KN1SHED EI> 1\ I.V iiS , liA K K It .1 I ) \ , It • -in. 1 pi-iii:. ’I VA O ED e ; N , . J- \ -ir'.. • H i I*- 1 1 I/I. s f i @ 1 ' • T g - A .- a ill r f j | a 1<! > A ' r® 3 y:: JA K H E N LAN jK A N D ISLA N D . A P A K G A I N .- . NW Main t. \ D E S IR A B L E A BU C K L A N D , No, - l a t e H A SU IT • A R T '.HINTS T il R E N T —W E furnished apxrtnn u N conialn- X ....... - « a c h . !••. m i-lie. I with v iiirnlliire i--r iinusi-keepins-: t.. •... I\! 1. - v.: .. Api.lv a t I h . -N \ ! ! i ) M II.SON A SON. 1 ran ci \ gen tz. m M S iiV MAIN S T R E E T TO li e f.-r lig h t liu - in e s s . ,r( ■ ir -e', ill e« nt*al location. ,i, i t o o - lil'-lr- n as iKiarders. s.W E 't R D . 16 W e s t Swan SL IT1I BOARD TH R E E £& E<»K U E N T - 'I III ill.! ' - V ' 111 Al-pA I T < m ice, 3»6 >la: T N E W D W H - liiE L L f , SU ITk T O L L T — S T O R E S . T i : MAIN S T R E E T , IN U c lit n f fic-, w a t e r a n -1 . to JO H N O T T O 81 Ohio K e n tucky Jkliriil/an - ..................................... New T-.rk “ ..................................... Tvnnebsee ** A labam a “ b-»uih C a rolina “ ............ . ....................... < a u a d a D o m inion Stock ................................... A tlant-c D ock B o n d s ....................................... c i t y Ol C h icago li-.nds ........... ........................ W a y n e C ounty .M ichigan, B o n d s ................. K« m -neater I Ity B o n d s ........................................ B rooklyn C ity W a ter B o n d s ......................... Je r s e y C ltv W a ter B o n d s ............................... H a rtm rU C ity lion-U .......................................... H a r tfo r d C ity S c r ip .......................................... H a r tford Tow n B o n d s ...................................... New 1 ork t i ty B o n d s ...................................... C ity o f T o ledo Klre D e p a r tm e n t Bonds . .. C incinnati C ity B o n d s ....................................... M inneapolis C ity B o n d s................................... P o r tlan d C ity B o n d s .......................................... kl mnlU.ii < nut v Bonds................................... C leveland C ity B o n d s ...................................... H id., P rov. a Vlai-klll R. K. M g e B o n d s ... Ml- b. C e n t’l(Couv’tlble) ** Clev., Palnsv. A A.-htab “ ** “ Clev. A Toledo “ G em b-F. “ Clev. A PilU -burg “ feecoud *• Clev. A P ittsb u r g “ T h ir d M M idi. Son tli. A S. Ind ** (reneral ** M icIl South. A N. Ind. “ Second “ P itta ., F l W a y n e A ChL F i r s t “ P l u - . , FL W a y n e A Chi. Second Buffalo. N. Y. 4 E r ie “ M o rtgage Bond* H a rtford A New H aven “ ** N ew York C e n tr a l “ “ < --nnectlcut R iv e r “ “ L ittle M iami “ “ N. J . R. K. A T r a n e ix ir tatlo n Co. “ Colum bus A X e n ia K. K. In., H a m ilton A DayUm K. R. “ iii-llanajx-lls A C incinnati “ “ Chi., B u rlington 4 U u iucy ** ** Lies Moln. s V a l l e y Lake Shore ** “ y/juu (■! M o rris an-1 Essex “ ** 24.250 ou A U a n llc M u tual insurance Co. S c r ip 44,3/0 oo Snares- Stock. 7'JO H a r tford A N. H a v e n K. R. Co. Stock 119,141) 00 65(1 “ •• “ - C O A L A M D W O O D . D O C K A G E . H a v i n g , a ► u w l u ** o r d o c k r o o m o n the t u t sM e a t t h * K U ckw c d C a n a l. 1 a m pre- p ro p e rty , enabU n g p a r ties to load c a r s f o r a n y E L H E D M k U * . . — (, ® ce' eoc- S e n e c a a a d W a s h ington s t a A p ril 28. 187U. el-6<n T T N IO N CO A L A N D W O O D CO M P A NY, UJ F o o t o f C o a r t s treeL A larg e q u a n tity at F O R BALK. A n d I M CORDS O F C A N A D A W O O D (Baaeh and M apleL * . th e r ln s tick o r s a w e d o r spUL D e.Ivered ln any p a r t n f th e c ity. L ib e r a l d e d u c tions m a d * t o dealers. U-tfi D A R L IN G A M ONTAGUE Q U E R N C IT Y CO A L Y A R D , G E N E S E E B R ID G E A N D E R I E CA N A L . ORoe. a w G e n e ses sL, BuCkio, K. Y. F o r s a le xgbod as a n d s o f t C o a l , ^ jy.SS, bfP d • tao* * s u p e r io r q o a h ty o fH SO F T W O OO for u m T saw e d end sp lit, o r ln the stick, d e livered In a n y p a r t o f th e c ity . D e a lers w a n t- ln r s m all lo tan f c n a l , / w o o d wUl d o w rtT tT riT * “ • esin before p u rchasing elsew h e re. a . D A R L IN G . it of a ll kinds o f H A R D ‘ R e ta il C o n stants ' A R D A ND ( J O A L I CO A L I N IA G A R A COAL Y A R D W ill sell a t low e st m a r k e t rates HARD, SOFT AND BLOSBURG COAL. Office a n d y a r d , 3*6 O h io s treeL B ranch O flce, SV lain s treeL h 8 - l y _____________________ TH E O D O R E BU L L . N O . 8 5 8 0 . B Y T E L E G R A P H . O B e U l ' W\ IVl-m n cnV SWB^ S o - v . r „ ,M 8Ul A n o , . n w r f “ W a S h i s s t o s , M a y v t - js r . B- S Y N O P S IS FO B PA S T 24 H O U k a . T h e barometCA- e o a U n n e s low on the Pacific ^ w ith cloudy w e a ther a n d Llgh w e sterly wind*, low e s t pressure Is n o w c e n 'r a l betw e e n L a k e s O n ta­ rio am! H o ran and has ax tended southw a rd Into G e o r g ia I l l s highest oo L a k e Superior and lr M aine. The tem p e ratu r e bas rlsan s o m e w h a t i a the G u lf S ta’as but h a i fallen on th e A tlantic and the lakes. N o rth e a sterly w inds hav* prevailed from L a k e E r ie to L a k e Superior b u t a r e bow tu r n in g to lhe aor'hw e e t. B risk northeasterly w inds on the east and m iddle A tlantic and easterly w inds l a the soathw e s t. C lear w e a ther ls reported frem Min­ nesota to L o u isian a H eavy rain s have gene rail v prevailed on the lake* a n d A U a a tlc. PR O B A B I L IT IE S . Cloudy w e a ther, w ith brisk n >rtbwM teriy wind*, sre proliahle f.-r tb e lakes on Friday. Clearing w e a ther for low e r M lsaLklppl a a d Gulf, aad high n o rtheasterly w inds, followed by w e sterly wind* and cloudy w e a ther, for the M l*.i.e and Eastern -Sta tea u n i . c o a x . u m . The Delaware and Hudaon Canal Ce’a L A C K A W A N N A C O A X . n 26 *aJU -JU 1U.0M4® 9.U® 00 M jn» 96.14 H) 76JU) 9U.U0U UU 28.500 Ul 2000 0u 70AUO 31.050 . P*J170 01* 86.WO <*' 40.(0' 0L 46,(4 U (4* 9.8UU tlu 86,700 OU 47.500 UU 46JO* OU 46.<X4) On 22.50*) 1*0 3.H.HU0 00 a u e s M) s a l t purchasers. P rices fo r the p r e s e n t, p e r ton o f £00 lb a , delivered w ithin the olu c ity lim lta. are s a follow s: Turn G r a t e ........ .. ........ L ffi...................................... KM S to v e ................................. 9 75 .......................... 9 7$ h Ton. $4 80 4 85 6 U0 6 UU H Ton. $2 so 2 60 2 66 2 56 i&criu) 30u Conn. R iver K. K. Co ............................... 26f R. is ton 4 A lbany It. 1L C o .................... 625 L;ike hhorc A Mich. South't. K. K. Co 5<6* P lttsh'g, FL VVaj n e A ChL 11. IL C o .. WU M ichigan C e n tral IL K............................. 11* C e n tral o h lo lt. It. Co ........................... 12 j 0 I’ennsylvaiila IL It. C o ............................ ItO) M orris 4 E s s e x IL K. Co ...................... 250 DuLu<|Ue A 8l«-ux C ity K. IL :« tlct 1 Ilivei 6*\25U U 39 fK*U *4i 39.(44) U0 57,187 60 46,500 U\ ll.6«i 0L 4,U0(I tti 77.: akj ijo 4.1,\tt (*• 22.6*1 ») 1.250 uU 11 J» * 00 ll.(M* 00 46,800 (4) 18,5(JU (4* 17,20\ ou 4,041 (4* 1.250 14* 19,(44) 8U K E N T — l.T AMD D R YING -ll- pt- i'll M alt 5.1 nre r- r ren t from >i:,v i>t. l«7l. K-- jily t- M lii'.M i 4 mQU1F.1L*;A i d < < ? M l l l l : i A i TT !H l!E - : KINK ST - ' ' o m u T . r L E E 4 1*! T 11. parr: -utars aj>- Buildings. <122 iKF. W I T H OK . 61 E a - t Seneca irne as a C'lllfec- 3 ; N i a g a r a -t.. _ ll2,< N F. STOKES. A N I) 91 \■- i !. title.! a n d fourth ., :. -lr.-. t. >• ith ImDtwav. •luring l-usli.esB, L E E 4 iv E K ING L o t 50x173. A p p ly U. -JOHN i T O z / S T — H O U S E S . e n r. r .. D e l a w a r e s t . - $ ; su . l-' ll./Ie.i - tleet $-,.«). .I n / l ... -I . . ! $55*). >v :n, sl . , ( J*.-*'. - Pi .- •-. D iv - Part. -*150. . V\ .l.iain - t r .i - t —$35\. • t t - tr .'--t-$ 2 7 5 .‘ Vt n alaer »tr-e!—$1U8. 'U e . ; $.ia-. JO H N <>TTD. W P e a rl Et._ I'l B A S E M E N T P.KTCK £ 3 K- RE.NT—TH K K I M . STO R E . NO. | jfcjg V..i!:i i - t. Apply on the premi-< s. o LE E & P 1 C K J£1H N G ,34 N ia g a r a s L , cor. Pearl t I li In ­ i’- S ' f r * T - L l r N o . 124 N< IR I il VV ILL1 AM ST. . J k I Verv 1 ............. 1--:.,-V. . . I Reut $ .il \ I N - l r I I -. -I Pe-xrl -I. .12) N . a - H O ' i ; S S S . F . , ; i f l ' *KY f l \ Ul'. N T ‘n f i; i i o u . s e t o i tn - I : J ro o m .: c» ’.t , r : v A p p ly m-xt dnot I H E PL E A S A N T L Y L< *£ jl a i a n d . ; a : n t < AU w h l I,.- rei.te l a t the ir. App!v ill N\. ’• N iagara -N 4 SUN, Real E s tate a n d • R E S A ND B U s iN E r P R O P E R T Y TO R - . t nn e r s ton catb-ii f.-r n i-i-l a n y hu- Ar-idv a t N -i.5N lag; V -( IN. It.-a! E-.t-.te am.I A IN ST. STSTO O RK i torv brick for store and Iv f2S«. ark ; store, dw e lling and -. 201 M ain s L : a good lo ­ st. L E O N A R D W ILSON Insi i- Agei _____ R E N T .—GS' 'M fiipl I: VK RK .V st. LE ‘ R F o i l w est side Of M ain II) s. B e rgm a n , E--). W ill I h * re,: .r.- n a n , lrom May 1,187L L \ i *.. E rie Land * Mllee, :U6 Main <t. a, -S T O R K t St.. . P< . Pil rl. t i i-i v i ! 7 *1 DIVISION ST. .fi x «/! I - I - ALE—A i; n r i n i ; l a r g e s - s k • RY BRK r o f Senei argo H-.-.i- I1KY FKAMK, •. . -ttage, in ! F o u r teenth sL, new ai r; u n ro o m s w a ter. L o t 50x150 fe< ■ tb!.. l.ot-,-1 p ro p e fty a t D uel’s C o rner 9. w ith ba-n and shed. A g->o-l lo<- — I!> M. McCOMB, 5 S o u th DivUi L E T FIR S T -C L AS iHVV A ND K' H . Ilsu r BttMd • - f - f FO R SALK NO. 220 SUM M E R ST JEfi. IS - “* -n fratm ‘fag*, vc-. . - ’r L‘irou«hoii;. L. t t V o f f r u it. A ...I ' r i t . ,.<• eked v»||;i ; nit sen I h a t 0 : '•»: S A L E - T H E LK ; ill >VV API* A ( II A P P K '.l.. ;> T - C L A o S . 1 . - 1 « r n ln .- V- 1 ~ - I >v!- H U K L L . 2 i r r - m k liii ^ j., N-». 5***, 2 -st.->ri-s a te r . A c. ti. ■ ( $ • \ \ . i K r:u .k ll;i m ., n e a r l l u r o u , 4 - s to r I K e n t D .!a«s-:re N-.. I C ; 2 - ( . , r I i r -■*-. • , A r r N K i!(V 2 *-'l, w e ll 1 t ‘h!|-p- » •( SU N o . 3 - s to r le j K e n t i ; • ■ 1’arW I’ln c \ , N o 31. 2 - s ’.ori«-s: f ! $*’/?-. j \V - t . •~ -riH-r Gooi! v \ j w a t e r . A'-. K. ..t $:■»*. J*. a r l S t., N n . 2S5. 3 - ? ti»nefi; g i s V I L L A N D li:- ^ llol\! i? . E a g l e ■ N * K 1. • rl - w a t e r . Ac. K e n ! $ .W ! K a / l e •*?., N--. 121 . 2 - s t o r i e s a w a t . r . A c . K c i.r J.M I. » t a o f t h - i-ltv lu iiiiirt* i t a » ) i. 6 S O U T H ' E a g l e n 123, 2- : ii lea .i • w a u r. Al-. R e lit $■:\••. I.Y ( * N , d i d E r f \ L a n d ) ffijff KOK K K N 1 A 2-ST O K Y L l , .riles t ill-: eg-.tit; it lot ihle 1 P rice I 182 14th St.. t h a t i s - coi.dllh-n: lot .*.\\15e; will ■«.•!: chei ternj*. I'tIce $.’>*•. i 11J P r o .peel avt-iiue. th a t 2-story f . In go.i-l o n l e r ; lot 25 by iuOS; will h o ld . Tn g a good ; m r 1.»- a ! ent, hut wi tu lltloil. i.M B . NO. i-story fram e dw e ll- wip .-b. a p , • U.e »itj ; c a ll boon, am e dw elling. In fine <125 B R IC K D W K L - and w in g ; gas, wa- : gas, w a ter, 4 c . ga3, w a ter. 4c. gas, w a ter, 4c. gas. w a ter. 4 c . Kent *: ga-. Kent and b a s e m e n t; gas, ind b a s e m e n t: gas. ind b a s e m e n t: gas, B A K E R A *. 1.6 V •iln M. 1 Office. *i Main L l ON. B V K E G 4 C t lid < isy dwell*. < ^ T ( * L E T —A S P L E N D I D P 'T . w ith large brick hoi said place contain* about H a c r nate o n O n ’arlo s treeL R e n t $2,4* p e r year. Applv to ED W A R D S A BU C K L A N D , No. 2 B n -w if B u ilding. ’ <121 COUNTRY RF.SI- and p - ch I b a r n s : ■s o f good land -it- e r ; r‘,u w l’lg. I e ( h a lf n ■e’.lar and w atei 6 i.Y o n B A T A V IA P R O P E R T Y F o r s.x '.E - ' •Vbtortes I r i c k : - t o r e and dw. ; l-.t N . B A K E R * CD. ‘ ' \ » ' FO R SALK—A Y K K T D K S 1 R » R L E , PLEA S an tly located, and mo»!eratt-prl-<-l naldence, i-i o n D e law a re streeL A p p ly to J O H N O T T u , : -table U G i, gr?atlv ltd r. 1 lug. LY OV i M ain si. (•K SALOON KOR K E N T —T H E b-'il ling in Spring Abln y , at ( ’<*1-1 tl'- ted f i r renL T h e groun-f* will •« jh .ut w ith gas. and a large f i r - ; - l a — .’ e rected -m th e pro p e r ty . » Inch w in ■i— ihe \ a!u,. o f ih<- reutal of U :i-bull-1- MA IvK It 4 C o ., E r ie L a u d Offlce. 1*6 's i n - hrt,K’'* 5 ^ i s *-227 F R A N K L I N 121 W est Mohawk tl..:- ----------- —S.VM. a-L . 2-?lories a n -1 basem e n t b rick ^ tSll FO R SA L K —NO. I'M l \K O L I.N A ST.. A 2 - . J* * KOK S '. I I N o . i •1 N '■ \ ‘ . A1: A >TUP.!\I . A g S j ,to r v fram e bouke w ith a 2-st--rv w ing, c o n tain- 1 1 iii- hew 2- c -.ry ■•••:.•...(.*:•/ a'i tl.. | i'i h h .ihs. gas a n d w a ler. l e t 17x1(4. P rice i,.. .-rn Iniprovcii). nt . I - : - \ .i<d!N o l K*. $.N500. T -- ....... ...... . — •* IO , \ IV o t t o si , f p a y m e n t e a s y . J H N O T T (| •re. - t“ 2: S! ' r l,eS * n d . ... ... -------- -- *’ M - - r g SOI - t ' 't ' 7\ *1 \ ,ld b a sem ent brick $4*A>. M AI N STKKK t i 1-. r . ' Tb. K T D W E L L IN G FOR - A I .E (>K I e FO R SA L E — R E S ID E N C E O r T H E L A T E I K. F.. ( orr.w e ll. Ewp, located on the soilti.w est | -£?| : , * K E N T - FK4 K i i very deslral A p p ly to J( *11N *\1 M AY ■Ie aud cent F stores, d n . .<*•; e a s t SEN Ei n o , 81 Pearl st. n- in <• rdlti! •ctioi I tli o r vv lllK.ut fatuilv — v. r.,1 s u i t e s . f n - l i i - H O W A R D 4 CHAP- f i I.Y o -tree f i ' - l upani sv. ______ LF1T—KLOUK A N D F E E D — B A K E R 4 ( .... E r ie Land Offlct M O R T G A G E S . > LOAN $5000 M i * 1 n (; AI i KS W A NT E l).—$50.(44* TO IN VEST . In Mr.-i-.-Ia-s m-TTgage- ; purchase m o n ey m o rt­ gages preferred, i l l ME A SA N F O R D , 16 W e st M ONEY M ORTGAG- M (»l; r G A G E S FOK S A L E .- $17,UU0 Ml I/O a b le 1-t * a n n tiai p a y m e n ts: $5,(« .ya'-u- In il I« . , - , ......... annual pnvinents. L \ O N , B A K E R and Office. Xifi M : • KTGAGE tgage :gage 30.(44* 141 1\.5*4* OU 22.5(41 14* 59.50K ») 10.000 yu 45.900 (4* 12,5(4) (4* 26.000 '\I *2,'4» 141, 10.144) 141 65.5*4* in 56.500 Ol* .10.4(41 00 32.100 (4i 10,(44) •►* 5I.-4K* 0(1 20,800 00 24.-84) (41 I'4) Uitlzens* N a tl.-nal B a n k .......................... -.(4* N ,-v. B r itain N a tional B a n k ................ ■OW N a tional Revere B a n s ............................ 1(4) F irst N a llutial B u n k ............................... 214* N a t’l Bank of the S tate ..f M lscourl.. 50 M e rchants' N a tional B a n k .................... M M e rchants’ B a n k .................................. .. 04* M e chanics’ B a n k ........................................ 22\ Farm e rs’ A M e c h a n ic s’ N a t’l B a n k ... 8»y H a r tf o rd N a tional B a n k ......................... 50) F a r m e r s ' A Mechanics* Nat/1 B a u k .. 40* P h e n ix N a tional B a u k ............................. IV* s t a t e B a n k ..................................................... 13\ ( 'oiinecticut R iver B a n k ing C o ........... 2(4* . E t n a N a tional B a n k ........................... 2*4* A m e rican N a tional B a n k ...................... 2>«* ( it'- N a tional B a n k ................................. 143 F irst National B a n k ................................. 115 C h a r ter • *ak N a tional B a n k ................... S**> N a tional E x c h a n g e B a n k ........................ *■4* A m e rican E x c h a n g e N a tional B ankt 300 Bank of Am erica ............................. ......... 800 N a tional B roadw ay B ank ......... ......... ■•44) N ational B u tchers’ A D rovers’ Bank. !'4* I h m i v - r N ational B a n k .......................... 10\ N a tional C ity B ank ................................. 5.4* N a tional Bank o f Com m e rce ................. 10\ N a t’l Bank of theC o m ii.onw e a lth ....... 3*4i Importer**’ A T r a d e r s ’ N a t’l B a n k .. lOu M e rcantile N a tio n a l B a n k .................... 200 M a rket N a tional B a n k ........................... Ltkl M e c h a n ics' N a tional B a n k .................... 2UU M erchants’ E x e lian r e N a t’l B ank ... 6*4* M e tropolitan Natl* nal H a n k ............... MM* M e rchants’ N a tional B a n k .................... J W B auk of the M a n h a ttan C o .................... W N a s -au B a n k ................................................ fi4) N o r th R iver B a n k ..................................... 8 ) Bank o f N ew Y o rk (N a tio n a l) ............. ) N a tional Bank o f N o rth A m e r ica __ 34* N a th.nal B a n k of the R e p u b lic ........... t00 O cean N a tional B a n k .............................. nc>«- u» (00 People’s B a n k .............................................. 14,000 00 9W P h e n ix N a tional R ank ........................... 1\ on **0 Union N ational B a n k ............................... 28, ihio (4* JO F o u r th N a tional B a n k .............................. 21.(44) *a* i'l New York Life Ins. V T r u s t C o 42.750 tt* IM U n ited S tates T r u s t C o ............................ 27,790 00 1W U n ion T r u s t Co .......................................... 15,(4*o oo T o tal a ssf t s ....................... $5,712^35 (*9 L I A B IL IT IE S — L o sses unadjusted an»l uot d u e ...................................................................... 283.913 0 £ . P . D O R R , G e n e r a l A g e n t . O F F ICE C O R N E R LLO Y D A N D P R IM E STS. 18-»3m _ J ^ I « FLRE A N D M A R IN E IN S U R A N C E . 2ETNA INSURANCE CO. H A R T F O R D , CONN. Incorporated 1819. C h a r ter P e r p e tu a l. P a i d ....................................................$3,ou.'j)W (T h ree M lUonaof Dollars.) L. J . H E N D E E , PresldenL J . G O ODNOW , S e c retary. AS s STS, J a n u a r y 1, 1871, a t M a rket Value. ««S?d “ '1 ln bAUk * » » » * iS-n'is w B a u k ^ T k - I ................... 1,448.895 00 C u ited s a t e s . S tate and C ity Stock aud , — . . jj^curiies.............................. i— .» A lso, BLO S S B U R G , L E H IG H , L U M P A ND PRK - fA R E D C(1AL. SCOTCH A N D AM E R ICAN PIG IR O N , F I R E B R ICK , e tc.. W h o le sale a a d RetalL G. K. W ILSO N A CO., Offlce, 306 Main sL and 96 Ohio aL. cor. Mississippi. 1 8 1 1 . C O A X . 1 8 1 1 . LAFAYETTE COAL COMPANY, Offloe No. SO E a s t B u t* t St., seU until fu r th e r notice L A C K A W A N A a n d PIT T S T O N COALS at the follow ing p r ices p e r ton of 344) lbs., delivered in any p a r t o f tho o ld c ity lim l ta outside o f w h ich a sm a ll charge will be m ade for c a r t a g e : , , „ T o n . R Ton. K Ton. g r a t e ...................................$9 4U $4 W $2 su I r ................................ 9 50 4 85 2 Su S to v e .................................. 9 76 6 (*U 2 »* C h e s t n u t ............................. 9 7# 8 U 0 2 60 1871. C O A L . 1871. THE ANTHRACITE COAL CO G e n e r a l O f f l o e , X o . 2 2 1 M a i n S t . ALSO, F OOT O F G E N E S E E SL. W ill sell nntll f u rth e r n o tice these celebrated -■ - a t tlie foil ’ ’ ln a n y m all c h a rge will be m adtefor c a rtage. Alao, BLO S 8 B U B G . LEU E H IG H , L U M P A N D SE- ! follow ing p ric e s per ton or 344) lbs., d elivered Y p a r t o f tlie o ld d t y lim lta outside o f w h ich a c h a rg e w ill be m adtefo r c a rtag e . Aiao, BLOSSBL’ RG . L LKCT ER IK SO F T COAL. • v r Ton. G r a te ................................... $9 40 KffF..................................... 9 50 4 S5 2 6\ Stove .................................. 9 75 6 U0 2 6\ C h e s tnut ........................... v 76 6 ou a 6u T e rm s s tr ictly C ash w hen ordered. G E O R G E DAK1N. D a L -l .Ian. 26, 1171. AgenL J. T. H00LE 4 CO.i I . h A L K l l r . IN HARJ> AND SOFT COAL. Office No. 29 E. Seneca St., Ccr. Washington. ELLIS WEBSTER, W HOLESALK AND ]( ( T A I L DEALKU IN ANTHRACITE, BITUMINOUS AND BL0SSBURGH COAL. CONNELLSVILLE AND PITTSBURGH COKE. O F F I C E and Y A K I). 219 E R I E 6L , to C o lt Slip. P A R T IC U L A R A T T E N T I O N .P A I D TO O R D E R S . H. W IL L E T T LINDERMAN, (Successor to C. IL D u d ley A L lnderm a n .) D e a ler ln and sh ip p e r o f HARD AND SOFT COAL. Office Cor. Erie and T e r r a c e Sts. K. B. D a e in *. COAL. o th e r 1* T o a L ...................... Claim s 1...;due an-t nnad Losses p a ll in 51 y e a r s . R . B . D A K I N A C O . , D e a lers ln H A R D nnd SO F T COAL. Offlce 313 M alu sL, o p p o s ite C h u rches. M I S C E L L A N E O U S . THE ENGLISH F L A X ^ F E L T ROOFING I S A S U C C E S S . Also th e A s p h a lt a n d (trav e l Hoofing, b o th applied by the E x c e ls ior Roofing Com p a n y . O F F IC E R E C E N T L Y R E M O V E D T o 8 6 M a i n S t r e e t , B u f f a l o - G e n e ral dealers in roofing m a terials. Leaky tin ....$5,7*2,636 \9 283.913 \4 | . . . . 28,(44).l44) 00 j the citizens of T h e undw s lgw d would s o licit fri V.uir-tloau-' oii U’.e Lakes a co u tln u a i.c-o i u ieir . fldeu* v an.! patren a g e in U*l= o id and well known ‘ •ff.7 lY R e d \ state*and C a n a d a s , a n d Los(-:s prom p tly a d - ( u t o l . - w . t H o p . U . a u > » C o . , P p o v i d . n o . , R . X * XXJ! Ih. Cash C a p ital »nd S u rplus, 1 >bKCHAS I ln any at agam St.. c - t M ° 5 P e a rl. W IL L IA M T. B A R T O N . PresldenL | J. M A R T IN ,S e c retary R o g e r W i l l i a m s I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y PR O V ID E N C E , K. L (. u u ( - . p l l i l Ml S u r p lu , ................... . . . . . . .OW .IM I» A. A. W IL L IA M S , PresldenL I J . VV. D A V E N P O R T ,S e c r e tary, i E. P. DOU R . Agent, Buffalo. N. Y. B o lides Issued a l f a ir r a tes an-1 losses prom p L y a d Lloyd streets. ^ / E t n a l i f e I n s u r a n o e C o m p a n y , HARTFO R D , CONN. A c c u m u lated C a p ital ............. ’ n n u a l Incom e — ----- ......... u r pi u s a ltore Llabluaes ---- D U R I N G T H E Y E A R 1 8 7 0 T H E SA L E S O F T H E S I N G E R M A C H I N E S A m o u n ted to the u n p recedented num b e r of 127,833 Being 41,052 O v o r S a l e * o f 1 8 6 9 , a n d T H E C A N A L B R E A K . A S T R IK E AMONG T H E LABORERS. R o c h e s t e r , May 4.— There is a formids- ble strike am o n g the laborers em p loyed at the great break on the E r ie Canal nine tuiles from thia c ity. A ll w o rk is suspended, aod the contractor has telegraphed to the m ayor for m ilitary assistance. T b e sheriff o f the county haa called for the m ilitary, and Brig. Gen. Clark has ordered out tw o companies of National Guards for duty. T h e Sheriff, M ayor and m ilitary left about four o’clock this afternoon for the scene of the disturbance. SEC O N D D I8PA T C T I. T w o more m ilitary companies are at the arm o ry ready to m o ve to the scene o f the riot on receipt o f orders. Latest r»-ports state tbat the fighting was not ot a serious nature, and that no one w as killed or seriously wounded. The people of F u irport w^rc v e r y much alarmed, hut tbe presence o f the National Guards w ill feassure them a** to their safety. T h e rains this forenoon prevented all w o r k , aud w h iskey being brought into the ranks occasioned the strike for higher w ages. Those w h o have come from the break this evening say that little trouble is anticipated to-morrow. It is raining again this evening. T H E PR E S ID E N T . W a s h i n g t o n , M ay 4.— T b e P r e s i­ dent said this m o rning that it would afford him much pleasure to attend the m eeting of the A r m y o f the Republic in Boston n e x t w eek, but he would he preven- ed from doing so by the m eeting of the Sen­ ate. lie w ill leave W ashington on Satur­ day for Philadelphia, to return on Monday w ith Mrs. G rant, now on a visit there. PER S O N A L . Judge J. X . (}ranger. Recorder of the (Jeneral Land Oflice, nan resigned his nosi- tion, the resignation to take efliect on tbe 3l»t inst. No one has ye t been designated for the vacancy. G e o rge A. Hangs has l>een appointed special agent uf the Postoffioe Departm e n t to superintend postal m atters w ith railw a y companies. T h e condition o f W . W . Corcoran is not so favorable. He seems to grow worse and the sym p tom s are not so prom ising. A P P L IC A T IO N S FOK A P P O IN T M E N T S . Large numbers of letters continue to be sent to the President, applying for office in tbe several depart ments, but In eases where answers are given tbe applicants are in­ formed that appointm ents to clerkships rest w ith heads of departm ents, w ith whom in this respect he does not interfere. T H E N . T. C E N T R A L S C R IP D IV ID E N D CASE. (Jen. Pleasonton w ill not, for some time to come, decide the N e w Y o r k Central scrip dividend case. T h e delay has in part beeu occasioned b y the transfer of the solicitor of the office of in t e r n a l revenue to the Depart­ ment of the Interior, thus necewdtaUng a re-exam ination o f the papers, which are very volum inous, and besides, the time of the Com m issioner w as closely occupied dur­ ing the session o f Congress, w ith a pressure o f current baoiness. T11E LO Y A L T Y O F T H E SO U T H E R N CLAIM S A P P L IC A N T S . Inform ation reaches the Southern Claims Commission daily from various sources con­ cerning the loyalty of persons presenting claim s against the United States, much o f it o f a very valuable character. TR E A S U R Y M ATTERS. T h e President called at the T r e a s u r y De­ partm ent to-day aud had a long I n terview w ith acting Secretary Richardson relaliv e t o the tinaucial situation and especially with regard to the new loan negotiations. Secre­ tary Boutw e ll w ill return on Saturday, when Judge Richardson w ill leave for his home in Massachusetts. NEW YORK. AGES FO R SA L E —O N E O F $10.(44), I-It-la five aunti.'l Installm e n ts ; Interest -e;::: a n n u a lly. Aiso m -.rtgngc <.f $■*44). payable :n five annual paynu n t e : InUn-.-t annuailv. Also. ■ u n -of $7ti4) p a y a b le in f,-ur annuel paym e n ts. Th« slinve k i t ali f irst ileus p u rchase m o n ey m o rtgages, an<J g o o d investm e n ts . LYON A B A K E R . L E G A L N O T I C E S !)!yl,!,-n,ls p«W a o m u UJ. c o m m e n c ing « t l c e a ! of the 1* 1 lltjT year. . l-F n T - r i r tb e annual A p p lications f e spctti f i cental i W L r : ! M ILE DW E L L IN * . F o i! - •n 1 East K acto stre e t. No. 14 • i ( room-.. Ill fine o r l e r : a ’l . tn i-: 1\ i- rente-1 tho p a s t v< a r for -•r a p n •<•• A p p!~ '* VA’tl* VV 11.30 N A ITT A GE F(*K SALE ixLhI o n th e f i.Inw<-M avenue an-1 U rvant oirti lion-. | . a t» , - s t o r y b r ick w ith a’ tw o -story w in*, ••■•iitalii- tw . lvc ro«-ina a ll nearly s<iiiare. cl; s»-ts lu .v e r v r- - -m ; hath room , w a ter cln s e ta /»'■ .rge r-itl--. ci-ilar u n -ler w h o le house. L o l Is 120x237, w« II , lal.l ..nt an-1 stocked w ith fru it and shade im - s . V-w fram e barn, cow sheds, h. n e rv. Ac. Location ! *■> very tine au<* ev e r y u d itg a!*o*:t the prwul(r*> In ■ ; *>r-:• r. T h e above prem ises w ill !>e rented, eiUicr f.trnlsb.Hl or a n fn im s h e d . If n o t sold on ->r before I Kfb. 1,18/1. A p p ly to J O H N O T T O , 81 P e a rl sL 1is—tr k FOB > com a ln - ;• room s: l-.t a i t s x i l t W l’ib e 's o ld on easv j term s. i.E K .t P i t K K K 1 N \ , 21 N iagara >L, cor. u F h E R KoK SALK AT A BA R G AIN ra-V te n il- the line l e v L’-s' .rv frann- n 1 , ivc .x 11-’.'*, on lli. .-.iiThra>T e o r n e r o f I i.d T e n th «t-. L E E A I’D K E R IN G . 34 MAI N ST R E E T S T o K r FOR S A L K - N a 23 Main s treet, near Ohio. 4-s’.r v t.rick : tin rer-f: iVUk ware'ioiis. in rear. Lot A) feet f- .nt and run- dng through to VV a shington »u LYo.N, B A K E R A M urara s».. c JBI D W E L L I M .s FOR S A L E . etMTninVUu stre.-t, 2 -story l-rl-*k: lot V*x!.V. 2*> M*. »*i s t r i - t . . ry l.rlck : gas. v a ter. bath. ’ \ *■“ l,S-»«*ry fra m e ; gas. w ater, MAIN 81 K E L T M U K K ^ o k S A L E —W E o f f e r a S t o r e on 'l a i n str.s-t. 1^-tw e. n Swan and S « n e e a .s tr e e ts. LYo.N, B A K E R A ( a , F.rie •375. - i . i . o n r t ^t.. hri.-k $.’C5. h d . D elaw a re a v e n u e, 2-storles and w ine, b r ick la r g e l o t —$ 3 P\. 72 s y c a m o re s t.. 2-storles a n d a ttic brlek —$2!**. ’ * * \V e*t ( I d p w w :i -t.. U-tween M ain and Pearl eta.; lipi-er S loll. s O u . 26 ITnlon - t . 2-st-.r1<-« fram e —$.125. 212 T h lr te, nth St.. 1-wtorv fram e—$120. 455 FU-vei.ih st.. 2-aroriesfram e —$2'«. 2» Norrlf* P lace. 2—torles fram -. w ith barn— $314) .. P a r t'll st.. I V s to r ie s f ram e — $150. B r SIN ESS P in • i - x k t t — ■*4 P e a rl s tr e e t, s tere—•1.3*1. 2**7 M ain s tr e e t , s h in — $2. *»*. ( 'hteago St., 10 fe *t n o rth o f Exchange—$A5\. < h lcatro bt., tt’ feet n o rth o f Exchang*— $3 l *. i W a rehnpse ;U)d offlces on C e n tra! VV h a rf. Offices a n d room s In the B a n k of A ttica building, co r n e r of l ’earl an-t Sen* c a sts. 1 lockage o n the Buffalo R iver, betw e e n Com m er­ cial an-SDock sts. 2.(44) feet, o f dockage n n the E rie Basin. A lso, a lot o n th e southeast corner ot E r ic Canal and M aryland sts. L E E A PIC K E R IN G . 34 N iagara sL. cor. IV a rh _______ dl5 C T A T E O F N E W Y O R K —SU P R E M E COURT. »7) C o jn ty o f N iagara. VV llllan* G. Spinner and Eilzanerh s p in n e r his wife, plaintiffs, ag a inst John Elliot *mt P a u lin a E lliot Ins w ile, J o h n H o rton and F.llxaU.-tn A. M orton his w ife, G e o rge W a ts o n and ( a roli .• M. W a ts o n his wife. A n g U 'tus II. S p ln n tr and M vry VV. S p in n e r Ids w i’c. E m m a A. sp in n e r and F -rderica K. E p lnner. defendants. T o th a!-«ve n a m e d d e fendants: You <re h e reby summone<l t-» a n - w e r the c o n splaint of the »o--ve n an;-,! plaintiff-, w h ich w a s filed in the office f the clerk of the C o u n ty o f N iagara, a ' Lock- (•.ffi’. , 1 * 1 ork. o n the fifteenth dav o f A p ril, 1871. and 1 4 - r v e s c . m v <,f y o u r a n s w . ro n the s u b s c r iber a t lds-*ffice In Hffe c ity of L<K Kport, w ithin tw e n ty lavs a f te r the service <>f th is sum m -ns, ex c lu ­ sive o f the day o f service, or the plaintiff? w in ap- pl> P> the C o u rt for t h e i t i i e f d e m a n d e d lu th e com ­ plaint. D a ted A n r il 15, 1J71. A. HOLMES, ■5-F-6 w P laintiffs ’A ttorney. PA R K ORDINANCE. nd < W e e .SIS M ain st. to r y b r i c k an-1 w i n g ; 4*i E leventh * b a t h : b*t 4\xl2>'-. 1*9 E a g ie a l n — t. 2- w a ter. A-’- ! b»t 38x115. i u S o u t h D i v i s i o n - - i r e .d . 2 - s to r y a n d a t t i c b r i c k ; o m w a ter, bath ; lot .Lx! 1*. / 86 S o u t h D iv i s i o n s i n c t , 2 -story; g . s . w a t e r , b a th . 22* Kagle » t m t, - i t U .ry b r i c k ; g a s , w a t e r , A c . ; lo t 11x181. * sag J e r s e y street, 2-story b r i c k a n d w i n g ; lot 6dx 12\. E M AIN S T R E E T STO R E FOR SA L E —W IL L ta k e a lo t o r h o u s e a n d lot tu p a r ; p«yi . _______ I.. B-HVX I I I I K <, rv brick ; gas, w a ter. Ac. LY O N . B A K E R A CO., f r l c Laud Office, No. 3*6 M ain st> . s apply to UEHW ARDS * ' l l i ’< k f .A N I ) . Keal F .state A g e n ts , N o te and Loan Brunei s, N. B u ilding. 1 Br. ffljy iK s T - U L A S S R E S ID E N C E FOK SA L E ON I B the A u r-.ra Koa-I. al«>ut seven m iles from MaLn »u7Tieliig a rtn<- aew brick liouse w ith French roof, an-i about 24 acres of ex c e llent land under a fine State o f cultivation. H U M E ft SAJSFORD, 16 W e st Swan st. d9 t FOK SA L E OR T O R E N T -199 CLIN T O N sJ.rM‘L » large lot. a good b a r n : house ln onler. all the im provem ent*. JO H N O T T O , 81 P e a rl tree*. go t TO I,E T .—95 T E N T H S T R E E T . A KO*»MY I '--storv fram e cottage. In go<*d o r d e r ; gas. i $25\. 55 F rsnklin > t . a d e s ir a h lt suit o f r.v n n s , n e w l y finished ; ga-. w a ter an-1 c e llar. Ber.t ISO. 552 F raiindiu St.. new fram e cottage, now being b u i l t : ro«.|cy, a n d to be built verv tastily . R e n t $34*. Apply U, ’ A.‘ N . W I N S IIIP . •U4 s , u io E a s t E a a leat. © F O R KENT. 4-U D e law a re street, 2-story b r ic k ; g a a w a ter, ■ath. A.-. *are 8U’ * ^ U;rT f r a m e ; g a a w a ter, bath, f t c . ; ^215 PearS s u. 2-story, basem e n t, b r ic k ; gas and r s t e r * * 2-story, basem e n t, b r i c k ; gas and 101 Oak Id-yJ^bJT- b a sem e n t, b r ick jg a * a n d w a ter. d8 H U M E f t SAN F O R D , 18 W e s t Sw a n sV A N O R D I N A N C E F ( » R T H E P R O T E C T I O N O F BIRD S , A N IM A L S , T R E E S A N D SHRUBS. T i f i j M K U O M M IS S I O E K S O F T H E C I T Y * O F . o f “ )« a u t h o r i t y T e s te d i n th e m b y c h a p t e r ! ^ o f t h e la w s or th e s t a l e o f N e w Y d F k . ,3W’ do nxmrt •* <oDowa: .,^ '£ .^ k r a ’ r .s r / ;ibx frr f-a S e c tio n 2. A ll p e r s o n s a r e p r o h i b i t e d lr o m re ­ m o v in g o r f r o m c u t t i n g d o w n , o r i n a n v w a r in j u r - a g ^ & 'a s A a s . m l d o l l a r s o r t o I m p r i s o n m e n t n o t e x e r e d l n c f ' ay s , o r b o t h a* th e d i s c r e t i o n o f tb e c o u r t . I h e r e b y c e r t l f v th a t t l i e a b o v e is a tr u e c o p y ■ o r d i n a n c e p a e a e d b y t h e B o a r d o f P a r k < o t n m i a e r ? o f :l»e c i t v o f B u f f a lo , a t a m e e t i n g th e r e o f » M o n d a y , t h e U m d a y o f M a v . 1871. F. R O G E R S , S ecrets GEO. W. T I F F T , SONS & CO. M a n u facturers o f P O R T A B L E EN G IN E S . H O U S E CASTINGS, P r o p e ller W h e e l a and M a c h inery generally. N o 25 t o 37 W a shington s tr e e t, Buffalo, N . Y . ^ ^ $13.(4»l.(44i tt) 6,'4S).UI) (Kl 3,14)0,144) U0 J. S. FISH. C. B. ARMSTRONG. E, F I S H & ARM S T R O N G * GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,j o m . . n o . a s o j * a t . 44,625 DAWLEY, General Agent, 402 M A I N ST. E. BUTTE R ICK A CO.’S LIV E K I--H IL t U l W S * ° H ' 5 Ev o K K 0 ' A t K A \V riT Y T P T K K * M ARINE* INS. CO. R F O P I F*S F r if F INS. CO^ W ( *K(’E S T E R , MASS. 's f f t W - S ? , V .K C V v l S CO W E S T C H E S T E R C O lN T Y M AltLNA u x ., N F.VV R( X 'H E L L E . wxrirT i \ - i i STA I F KIKE INS. CO.. C L E V E L A N D , O. T R A V E L E R S ’ INS. ^'( vV.MK. N E W Y ORK L I F E LNS. CO.. NE>A 1<*K L B U F F A L O F I R E A N D IN S U R A N C E CO M P A N Y . Form e rly the MUTUAL INSURANCE CONrANY, Of SUfFAlO. C H A R T E R E D i n 18«R ASSETS, J a n n a r y L, ..................................... .. .......... .. S. S . J e w e tt . PresldenL J. M- R ichm o n d . V. P r e C E L E B R A T E D PATTERNS OF GARMENTS 4 0 f iM A D r ST. C (*M i!IS*I0N O F A P P E A L S CA L E N D A R . N kvv Y o r k , M ay 4.— T h e follow ing is the calendar of Coiumi»s>iou o f Appeals to be held at the N e w Y o r k courthouse M ay 5: Non. Iii. 12J. 14, 10. IT, IS, 22, 24, 35, 26, 164, 21$, 647. T I I E E R IE LITIG A T IO N . It has transpired that the production of the E r ie R a ilw a y Com p a n y ’s books in court to-day was in consequence of a resolution passed at a m eeting ol the t r i e directors held last evening. A t the m eeting in ques­ tion G o u ld stated be was desirous of pusb- iu g the litigation to a term ination, and suggested such modification in the by­ law s o f tbo com p any as would j>ermit him to produce the books in com p liance w itb an order of the Court. A resolution w a s accordingly passed unanim o u sly. A f ter J a y Gould had furnished his bond, testim o n y w as taken in relation to stock claimed by Heath and Raphael, after w h ich the case w as adjourned till to-morrow. LOSSES BY F IR E . T h e loss b y tbn burning of Prentice & Co.’s hat factorv in Rr'*okIyn is $280,000; insurance $170,000, principally in N e w Y o r k and Brooklyn companies. The w a ter proof cloth m anufactury of Rollins & Co., waa damaged to the extent of $30,000. A num­ ber of sm aller buildings w ere also damaged, and a large amount o f furniture destroyed. T h e total loss w ill probably reach $500,000. CH A M BER O F COM M E R C E E L E C T IO N . The Cham b er of Commerce held it* one bundled and th ird annual meeting thi* after­ noon. T h e follow ing officers w e re elected for the ensuing y e a r : I’ reoident, W illiam E D o d g e; V ice PreAdents, G eorge O p k y k e , W a iter S. G riffith, W illiam M- V e r m ilye and Samvel D. Babcock; Treasurer, Francis 6. L a th r o p ; Secretary, G e o rge W ilson. T H E STORM. \ heavy easterly rain storm has prevailed here since early last ev ening, and no signs yet of clcarig up. REPU B L IC A N B E J O L t TIOHB. Resolutions w e re reported b y a n>ecial committee at the m eeting of tbe Republican General Com m ittee this evening, disapproving of the action of o f the adm inistration in regard to Senator Sumner, advising the relinquishm ent o f the San Domingo scheme, and approving the conductor Senator Fenton. T h e San D o ­ mingo resolution elecited some oppoaijion, but all w ere adopted. other M o m of tbo budrrL A m o r a l JmnhUoi Mlowod. Mr. Urarhra «ra«d IO . H o c o t m t - ratrk l o x o U o T r a d l J I S o f Um mUomm! debt. ra o m r r a r a , M r. GI*d*Luoe ir f n e d that tho Hom e having adopted vanooa naaaiire, tini|nn«l . the governm e n t tor the benegt of the eountrr ibouM not rejert lu p-— for rajjm g m o aev naorm a r , to e a r r , them oat. M r Itlw n e li retorted, and tha dahate \o m d . Tha R o o m divided an a lly on the budget and it arm agreed tax tha r ment Ua, la g a m a jority o f forty-oix The Uouse tben adjourned. M ltrC K L L A S E O l ’ S. t h i c o a t , r g o s p g c r . minera ' k l ^ ’J ! ; / ‘ ■ \ A l,r C mooting ot •olved to I b' re 10 J *Y *od It n a a re- S .I.o n ? 0 i - * 3 2 d “ l £ L 0K « u,wiiitoS u ^ w ' ittsUntT ^ w o rk by tho 15th P h i l a d e l p h i a , M ay i - 4 from P o t u v ille to d a y aaya tbe looks tnore favorable Tor general v«tumptiiiti throughout the S c b o r lk ill region, i* re­ ported th a t John Siney, Prealdeni <+ ,w« •Schuylkill W . B . A . , haa tendered his uo|«. uation, g iv in g aa a reason t h a t tho operated, refused to negotiate through him , and be did not wish to be an obstacle to b r ing­ ing aboat u speedy resum ption. T H E CO N N E C T IC U T EL E C T IO N IN V E S T IG A ­ T IO N . II a r t f o p p . Conn., M ay 4.— T h e legisla­ tive committee on the canvaat of v o tes me! st the State Uouse to-day. Messrs. Ingersoll Neymour and N o rthrup, tbe Dem o cratic members of the com m ittee, w h o aaked to be excused from serving, w ere not present, al­ though the House did not vote to excuse them. E v idence w as taken in tbe Cheshire case, show ing that 233 votes were counted for Jew e ll and 216 for English, aud so declared and returned by the Republican moderator, w h ile the D em o cratic moderator declared the vote. Jew e ll 210 aod English 216, and so returned it. deducting 23 v o tes from the Republican ticket on the ground tbat names w e re in­ form a lly registered. T h e r e w as no di»put< about the count and no evidence to show for whom tbe 23 men vouxl; in fact it ap­ peared that o u ly 2! o f them voted at all. A ll had been admitted as electors and reg­ istered. A deduction of 23 w as made by the Dem o cratic presiding officer from all tbe Republican candidatea The evidence In the Enfield case showed that 24 more votes w ere declared than there w e r e names checked on the list. Both pa: ties believed there w as an error in the count. T h e ballot b o x w a s sealed at tbe close o f the count. T h e com mi tte have gone to Eutiefd this afternoon to count the vote* iu tlie 5 o i , aud w ill go to N e w H a v e n to­ m o rrow. L A T E R . T h e legislative com m ittee exam ined the vote* in the ballot box at Enfield to-day and found that one package of votes for the Dem o cratic State ticket, w h ich bad been called oil'to the tallym a n ou election dav as containing »6 votes, really contained but 70. The m istake occurred Ly the manner ia w h ich the figure* endorsed on the package were made. T h e 7 w a s rounded at the top, so that on turning tbe figures bottom side up it looked like a 6. and looking at it in this w a y when calling it off the counter g a v e i t to the tallym a n as 90. Thia takes 20 from the to­ tal vote o f English- Should tbe com m ittee find no errors ln Uie count in NeW Haven, the real vote, according to present develop­ ment*. would stand: E n g lish , 47.470; J e w ­ ell, 47.473; scattering, 1 1 . A s neither E n g ­ lish or Jew e ll in such esse has a m a jority of all tlie votes cast, the Legislature w ill have to choose a G o v e rnor by ballot. T H E F I L K I N S CASE. A l b a n t . M ay 4.— W h a n the F ilk in s case was concluded his counsel asked an adjourn­ ment o f the court until to-day in order tb a l they m ight prepare a hill o f e x ception*, but thev have notified Judge Learned that they w ill proceed no further w ith the case. FIKEH. T h e dw e llin g house of Theodore M iller, East A lb a n y , took tire this m o rning and whs consumed. The Inm a tes had a narrow escape w ith their rive*. M iller’s loss is $4,fHX). The dw e lling adjoining, belonging to Michael Horan, w as also burned. Loss $3,000. P o r t l a n d . M e., day 4.— A fire at the Barr M ills, B u x tou on W ednesday night, burned the furniture' factory and double saw m ill, grist m ill, bia< tim ith shop and coun­ try store. Loss $] V 00. O s h k o s h , W is., > ay 1 — T h s saw m ill o f Henry Stein b u rg ar* W e y o u w e g o w as de­ stroyed bv tire yes e day, together w ith the flouring mill a d j - d n t i , L o s s $40,000. P a i n k h v i l l k , i *.^ May 4.— A flro here last night destroy** tw o warehouse*, a dw e lling, tw o barn*, the railroad block, a blacksm itu shop and i lum iwr yard. Loases estimated at from $30 000 to $40,000. Insur­ ances amount to $15,000 or $20,000. V a l p a r a i s o , Ind., M ay 4.— A fire last night totally destroyed the Doatoffiee build­ ing. also the mails. 'M c C a rthy A Dunham's stock o f drugs, W m. M ann a sadlery stock and Bradley A W h ite’s stock of g roceries. Total loss $20,000. B o s t o n , Mass., May 4.— A fire in Charles­ tow n 6treet this m o rning caused damages to the ex ten t of $20,000. T h e sufferers are C harles G . Pearae A Co.. furniture m an­ ufacturer*; D raper, Baker A Co., dealers in flour; J. D. G raves, furniture. R E L E A S E D ON BA IL. H e n ry E m e r y , tlie recusant w itness In the Ktate Police investigation, and w h o waa or­ dered under arrest the benate for con­ tem p t, was to-day b- ■*’**ht before tbe Su­ preme Court on a • o f habeas corpus and discharged on bai the sum o f $5,0<j0. B E E K OK B E E R . ram a ln, um) r a q w M k> t o bnrtod ( a • M » ood u u kl* tu t o r * * 4 _ X » *M id M Ul*a4 U . fun«nL U U - Z T 7 . ta t a t o f c r tw* jo o n old rad u u * rri*d. * T i u u u T u a a * D o n L o c a t u r * . 5 * w O i u a j i * , M .t 4 . - A tanado tw.pt o.er B*l— Boug* aad rid a t a * * T u tm U t, c a u U ( 4 ™ \ daU n a rttaa a f p n p - ertj. Treat wera aprouad, u d totuTawd plaaLi whirled ia tt* air. Tha aartt aa* MMith W an. ot tto pmltaaUarj, tta raU of ta* tto* factory, aad tta eaUata wine of Um burkhaa wan klawa The wtote uooad atory wad raof i t tto dorabouM of tto United SUtaa araakal. wltk three hundred fort nf lnkoralsry n frame bolldln(. end tto roof ef eZeWT ito powder mean.I ore, were rent ta TYtt— la The roof waa torn from the Catholic ofeeieh nnd the cemetery fence was demotkshed. ▲ Isiffe number of f “■------ -tb* J Z i m tho coofKI and received other damage. The sugar house and a numSsr of sables on tbe plantation of Joseph Bernard wars blown down, and one negro waa U IM and several were wounded. Tha sugar bouse, and eabius on the plantation a f Jamas McCollom were all destroyed, aud many colored persons were severely Injured. Ths sugar boom and all Um antaua au tha plantation of W. 8. Pika wore blown dawn, mm I two colored men ware killed and a woundwi Maay beam aud flats laoea with coal were sunk. Ths Ism will reach $400,000. During the storm same of ths convwta escaped from tbs prisen hut they were avosdriy recaptured. RAILW AY AOC1DUNT. N a s h v ille , T h o ., May A—A naasau- ger train on the N«nhwestern Railroad. Nsshvtlls, ran off the trock to-day, and the engine was prwipl- tate.1 down sn embankment of one hundred feet in height. Ths sngtoser was fhullv and the fireman slightly injured. THK V E R D IC T A G A IN S T . K E V . M R CHEN I T . C h i c a g o , May A—The eccJeaiastwml court, tor the rrial of Res. Mr. Cheney, re­ assembled this morning, when ft waa an­ nounced that ths court had agreed upon ths followiog verdict: -That sakl Bas. Chnrlre Edward ( 'henry is guilty of all tbe ehnrHss and specifications contained tn the — sentiment. and while byters sitting in judgm __ conduct of another praabylnr wa flnd aur duty exceedingly painful, we fkel obliged to state that In our opinion tha canonical and ecclesiastical sentence of degradation fram the ministry of the church nf God should bs pronounced upon him.” The Court than adjourned sine die. It ta understood that sentence will not be pronouuead unfil a week or unra shall have elapsed. FREBS ASSOCIATION E L E C T IO N . The Northwestern Pram Association to­ day elected the following offioera: Presi­ dent. Lt. A. D. Relcom b e ; Vice PrestdsnU. D. If. Richardson, Paul 8elby; Secretary, L. M. Haverstick ; Treasurer. R. L. Mer­ ritt; Executive Committee. D. D. A. Car­ ver, S. P. Cadagan, E. L. Merritt. SED U C T IO N A N D 8U IC ID B . Susan Allman, aged twenty-two, drowned herself at Marengo, Iowa, yesterday. She left a note saying she was seduced under bromise of marriage by Samuel E. Norton. Norton has fled, leaving behind a newly married wife. D R O W N E D . N i a g a r a , OnL, .May 4.— T h s Ufsbost be­ longing to F o r t N iagara got adrift during the gale this m o ning. and a boat manned by nix soldiers and Lieutenants L . G . A s b b a r y and J. C. M o rns started in pursuit, but their boat capsized and all w e re lost. B U R N E D TO D E A T H . SYRArt'ftR, M ay 4.— Jam es Dings, s noto­ rious character and keeper of a brothel, and and an inm a te named John Hand, were burned to death this evening, together with D ing's bagnio. B A P T IFT C O N V E N T IO N . W o r c e b t e k . Mass.. M ay 4.— A wpnvea- tlon of tbe Baptists o f New EnglandT in be- hall of denominational education, cioaed a tw o days' session here tbis afternoon. About two hundred of the most prominent Baptist clergym e n and heads of Baptist institutions of learning ware present and discussed able papers which w e re read b y various gentlemen. T h e founding o f Baptist acade­ mies w ith liberal emoluments was strongly rrged , and seemed to be the lead­ ing idea of toe convention, although other m atters im p ortan w ith the sect ware con­ sidered. G R A D U A T E D . St. L o r i s , May 4.— Miss Phoebe W . Cousins, w h o has gained conrlderable rep­ utation as a lecturer on woman suffrage and kindred subjects, graduated to-day as bach­ elor of law in the law school of Washington U n iversity. M A IL A R R A N G E M E N T 8 .-P 0 9 T 0 m C E . B U r - FA L O , pff*. 5, 1870.—H t r s a / te r . un til A irtbcr notice. Um* M alls a t tliD office will be cloeed a a foL lo w a v i a ; B a tav ia an-1 R o c h e s ter a t 6:40 A.M ., IBS a a d 7 JO p.m . byraense, U t i c a Troy and Oswego a t # Jl) A. M.,6 2 5 a n d 7 JO p. u . C a n a n d a ig u a A u b u rn and G e n e v a d a lly, a t $ JO a. M. a a d 7 JsT. m. b a tu r d a y a t $-M r. U. New Y o rk, A lbany a n d Boston, d a lly, a t 1 JO, # J S and 7 J l P. M. O n e m a il ou bundays, c losing a t U flS “. E bcbensctady s t 6JB a n d 7 J S P. M. On bunday only one M all s e n t e a s tw a rd via Uie C e n ­ tral K. C„ supplying all llie offices e x c e p t t h e im a ti- nearly every town / on the question of r and ale, voted N o n E o o u a n o a T o w n send D a r l a Sec. I T b o a I’, b e n r a Asa’t bee. I ______ O f f l C L 41 MAIN A T R E E T . m m a m > x j q u o n a . k . a c . r . D o u * J . ^ p B E F H B , HOUSE, SIGN AMD FANCY PAINTER. ffiEvmsagcsc,Buffalo, N. Y. WINES, BRANDIES AND LIQUORS, • Havana Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, ite* M m . 1 V s s t r i m door fro® M LAGER BEER, CHOICE a i . M AND PORTER G r a i n i n g : , M a r b l i n g GILDING ON GLASS. W A L L S A R D C E IL IN G S KA L C O M IM E D FOREIGN. I S T H E FR E N C H A8BE31BLY. V e h b a i l l p a , M av 4.— T b e Assem b ly yes- ten lay debated tbe rem o val o f m agistrates on account o f lUeir polSiral b , ( . am b e tt* tlurlnjc bU i M t a M t o *4 «to C v.romoot of n.tlo**l M m * . M. Do- ir., t t . Proeormlrur O t w n l, mid m t of there officials bad been reinstated, but on the whole be preferred GsmbeUa’s magis­ trates to those appointed by Napoleon. It was President Thiers and not the Paris Commune who issued tbe recent orders for the expulsion of tbe Orleans princes. THE PEACE CONFERENCE. B r u m e l a May 4.—Baro* Yon __ has gone to Berlin and the French Plemp0* tentasries to Versmilies for fresh Ab­ stractions. T H E IN S U R R E C T IO N IN AXAJERLA- Los DON, M a r f. Mkta*<)kb-R W » . «f« rircalatiog ttat tt* (•.xUmdiBg am* tto* * « *°Ttr*.‘ “ f V .rmilira b b-vrdlm. Ot « T h e returns show t w h ich voted on Tue licensing the sale of by large majorities. PHILADELPHIA.(J! JRCH TRO OLE*. P h i l a d e l p h i a , M - y 4 . — J u d g e Ludlow in the C o u r t of C o nrnon l ’ lea* to-day granted a tem p o rary injunction restraining tbe vestrym en of s l . (Jiemenl's Church from carrying into effect a (ote o f yesterday dis­ missing the re\tor au 1 his assistant. The action o f the vestrym e i Is in direct opposi­ tion to the wishes of tl,e congregation. KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN­ TIO N . F r a n k f o r t . K y ., May 4.— T h e follow ­ ing is tbe full ticket nominated by the Dem­ ocratic Mtate Convention: P . H. Leslie, G o v e rnor; J. G . Carlisle, Lieut. Governor; D. H. Sm ith, A u d itor; J. W . T a te, T r e a s ­ urer; If. A . M. Henderson, Superintendent of P u b lic Instruction; F . A . D aw son, Reg­ ister of Land Office; John Rodman, Attor­ ney General. Resolutions w e re sdcpted favoring general amnesty and more eons! and ju s t distribu­ tion of t a x a tio n ; declaring that preservation of liberty is nossibleoidy through tbe States, and protesting against every act by w h ich the States are deprived o f that just and con- stitutlon»l pow e r ; endorsing tbe address recently issued hy the ’ >emocrstic members of Congress; condem n ing tbe action of Con­ gress conferring extraordinary pow ers on the President; declarit g that K e n tucky i* opposed to ali fonnr o f lawlessness, snd pledging her citizen ready at ail tim es to . suppress such law less ss. F A T A L A V 2 IDEKT- C in c i n n a t i , May 4.— P a t D o y le snd John M o n tgom ery, engaged in excavatin g in a gravel pit on tl*/ Ohio and Mississippi Railroad near North Bend, w ere over­ whelm ed by the csviu g in of earth and killed. COU N TEHEE I Eli A R R E S T E D . B ill Gordon, a no ed counterfeiter w as arrested early tbis im * n iing.by an offieer of the secret service co r jg THE 8AK FRANCISCO MEDICAL CORVEM- Ti ON. S a n F r a n c i s c o . M ay 4.— T h e members of the Am e rican M 'xlical Aareefotioffi are having a lively f i e f ;v e r a alm ission o f fomal female applicants ; second prize has be H o w a rd, o f N e w Y< direct method o f a the treatm ent of p* from suffocation, *r‘ other The fl tbe motion consti as not to exclude fei — - - was ele. •legntre, though no 'a attendance. The rsrded to Dr. Benj. for an essay on ths Lai respiration for i apparently dead Downing, or from dHbrftely Bistpsnnd tbe anntttsdm so I delegatee. Dr. D. President for the ensofng year, toget. I’l,, Association w ill FEI The St. John’s 1 this city has raised five million msmori FATAL * P O U O H K E E P M F , ’ was instantly lulled noon by bavins his > two toga He lesvei dren. BC Dr. Curtis Cbspm dan of Peekakfll, wt wtth •X next year in Phli- us. brterian Church of K )0 to apply to tho jm L I DENT. 4.—John How aid londout this after- nle sad foor chll- • \ P « T ta - | » S » . S » 4 ) ! X - a p r o m i n e n t phyffi- 'o u n d d e a d fa t b e north of . Hn mTSs bodgec Mr. Ctsw h ri, Governor eff t t . t a S T l s w a , .r r a r a ly nrM it a l 1 to r t t t a p IK t a t o Z u tohavs E a s tern MaUs sent oo tMnda y flo s s a t U J O I J6an<l 730 r . u . r. a ^ £ 1 ^ an-i BsJUmorv, ftaOy, a t 1 M a n s for all place* b e tw e e n BuffiUo a n d H ew York Q<1 o o n n e c U n f routes v ia th e C e n tr a l R . R . F o e tal C a r a a t 7 JH r . u. W a y Mall r ’ tWd, a t 6 :4S X. to. moooot w r . a . W a y Mall Iietween T o n a w a n riaaad B a tavia st IM S r. M. W a y Mall b e tw e e n N iagara Falls a n d R o sheSter a t Mas) a H. a n d 7 J o r . M. W a y Mall Iietween Buffalo a n d C o rning, via A v o n , I 6:10 A. M. W a y Mall bs tw e e n A ttica a n d H o r n n llsvlU a a t 6dS Mall v ia N o rthern O n t r a l RnUrond throocto Penn­ s y l v a n ia a t I J 5 r. M. W ay Mall. E rie R ailw a y , from ItorneU svU la seat 136 a n d 7 JO i \ M. From Itiiniellsville, west, 7 JS r . R. - - - frj» a n d 7JS r . M. dally (except Sundays), sl 9aa» A. M. _ clarence, (tolly (except S u n days), a t 1 J S r . M. W ^ T > U U h r t t 4 ^ n u f f a l o and Toledo, Ora a t r W e stSeld, F r e d o n l a D u n k irk, L a k e Y lew an d A n - ola also a t h 6$ P.M. A W e stern M all ia n u d e a p on Bonday, ctoffing a t * U K k ^ o r t Mall* d a lly ( e x c e p t a e n d a y s , a# SMS a a d Buffalo f t Lafee H a ron RnUrond. days), a t 7 3 » P.M. T o r o n to. OnL, H a m ilton a a d 4 D e troit, d a lly ( e x c e p t 8 1*4. r. u. L e w iston a t 7 *» a M. N iagara F a l l* — and s r e r . aa lays), at H f f z a , re n Brtd«* a t 7s6S A. M. r n r r u . v a n a s s a p i i A . Mra a n d r isaas a s T J S f i r s t m o r t g a g e ’ Per Cent Gold Bonds( o iA O o a n m B M s a f*l£E OF UKITED tTATt* TAX, AT 0 i f f i l f l i i f H nlMSfll1 f t O - w f i » y BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDSit MINNESOTA RAILWAY. I .lfls—s m ma aa are m m. M n m i f E B t g S S S S g l 2 5 s & a a f t s s c s s x i s s s t s z * g m i ' y O s w i A O a , x o . m w a l l v r a x x r , a . t . yO B SALff l it BUFFALO BY

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