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W illiam street, l ‘.-*tory fram e ; lot26x Eagle street, two frau..: c« ttag e * ; lot W 457 Tw, ittli s tr e e t, l-fc'.- r j fruine, n e w ; lot27xl5Q— » V i.-veutli s treet, l ,-sto ry fram e , n ew ; lot »xlV> -/la nt.-fT* t, I ’i-eto r y fram e , co r n e r fc.'iu r !’ • r. '•!. l-si'.ry fram © ; lot3Bx«l-$«6ni . .. . '. •- t*>ry I n a i e ; c - o o d an, • I ,VJ r \..r ■■ ill. street, 1 —lory frini* ; l o t t i ’x i a — 1 I t ! ••••. L Y O N , B A K E R A CO., a . 1 1 _____________ E r ie L a n d «tflce. -4- Main st. / a m i l LA W A K E A V E N U E T H E k e - i - ’ I K i ' ”f ft. L. Clemen®. Esq.. for sa> . by iT T i l K * ft A N K«' KI >. 16 A. ,1 ftw a n -U r l . 4&F :i -A K E -ST * >RK NO. Jl MAIN a ’l liE K T . Ajii in .leptii to v. asi.in/toL’ st. J o h n u 'I T u , vT m i peajrfrt. _______________________ c7 / f l H E A L KftTATK KOK ftAJ.E A T RED U C E D B S . p rices lo clou* an estate. T h is p rop, rtv •» **» }- Im p roved aud rented to first-' la «»* t e n a n ts. P a r tlru l lars f u rnished hy HUM If A HANFORD, 16 W. Swan •t- 12 m f U R - A i . ) . 1 H E A P . No. 22 N o rris PI a re, 2 -storv fram e house. In good i con II: Ion: 1 .• :vixiii. |-r - P.'.-to. N... 27 < j l f t o n Place, 2-stor*- trau ie h o rse. I.o t 28x • 114. .t 66. j r V lr- I Franklin - e t, 2-sto ry b ric ; lot N<rlS». ‘ w a u -r. bath. a to e ; gas. s a w , , . . . . . — _ a t^.w hrlp.li water. 4 r . ; lot \v-xllJ. Ill c o u th Division s treeL 2-story and a t t i c b r tc* ; /i»-. w a ter, b a t h ; lo t 36x111. booth Division s treeL 2-«tory; g r. w a ter. tiaU#. l0^ x^ streeL 2-etory b r tck ; g a ^ w a ter, f o , ; ^ Je r s e y streeL 2-storv brick and w ing; lot so* 12E |ii2 N inth s tr e e t, U ^ -stnry brl* k • g as, wate r, b a t l, 237 N ln J i s treeL 2-storv brick ; ga-. w a ter. A . bV O V . K A K E K A t 'L . d i E r ie L a n d No. J P Man. -L I EDK K E -N T -A 2-ftIO K Y BKIPfv H O O E , w ith w iog, o n th e u p p e r p a r t o r E ranklln s t : ^ a l c o . ________ D n l «*tltce. t g M ain sL I 1 A ni »23\. 56 K r » n k iln » t. a d e s ir a b le su it of ronm a , newl firD b e d : g a s , w a ter a n d cellar. K e n t S2U1. 552 b. Division «L. n<-w fram e cottage, now beln h o tlt: n - » iu ) , a n d to be b a llt very tastily . K e o t $JU App!> to A. N. W IN S H IP , <114 No. 10 E a s t K aalesL P R O P O S A L S . m K E .N T -D N k E L L IN 4 iS.-227 K K A N K L IN L. 2-Ktorie« brtck—* » « . g l a -.L,.'i--i*»rle« b r ick — $ASJ I 'l W e s tM o h a w k .• L ,V s t o rie s a n d basem e n t brick \S e s t ( hlppe v a «L. 2 -stories a u d basem e n t b rick I.llll-l 4>«r, —1« i l.lN T t; ; h ouse I.. or l« «.-i r o , -i !• f i : MAIN ST P. E E T M O K E Et»K SA L E W K i st/w<- on Main stre*-*. M i r . ptr.-*U. LY O N , 1 5AKEK ± CO.. E ri - : —$.1 . MC M ain st- b i s , | i t ' -►•ve-'.tti >L. 2 -*tories a n d basem e n t t.rlck —»«00. Zi‘ L. E e / ie nt.. 2 -stori«‘» and b a sem e n t brick—44*J0. 42 M i.r/ .n »L. b rick—$575. ^ ^ l.M C o u rt sL. b rick— $326. lnjprovem e n t-e JO H N O'J 1 o . -l r •, ; 1.J16Lelaw a reavenn.-, 2-storles and w ing, b r ick ; tte e t. -*) ► , large lot—*jue. \ \ . . . . . . . . . , . r f . . . . am o re S t., S -stories a n d a t t i c b rick—S2E0L K ti.t . A L E L * r . N * >. • j W e s t«lil p p e w * s l . betw e en M ain and I’e a r l s t a .; tteneca sL l » t 32sl'»C w ith r I “tot.e w« • upia-rstories— i.vN Upfront. H o u ^ e t:; perfect o r d e r tbrvmglr. . ^ in p . i , . 2 -9|..rli*s fram e -»J2V o i l with ;■•*>! / dry cellar u i/le r a b . i . . i . u l u te., - j 2 T liirteenU i 3 t.. 1-stnry f ram e — $120. r-otn*. *•\»I les am p le pantries, china closets a r E l e v e n t h sL, 2-atnrles f ram e —»»w. clotiu-s prevaen. a n d wr»»»«l-he«i. 1 e rins ea»y. III. ♦. N o rris Piace. 2-siorles fram e , w ith barn—*3<W pw f r .'t A p p le t o JO H N liT T O W P e a r t S<- <$t*; I 77 P a rish sL. I V s to r le* fram e—$1$W- KIKsT-4 L A M DM E L I .lN G b EOK S A L E . j »*> V 'eet Es m r '~ $1 2>»t ^ | W . « u r r Wi.-*. 7>«. *“ r brick , wltli Proposals for Sawed Timber. fu r n ishing s a w e d u m b e r a n d iro n for c r ib w o rk a t P o r t N i a g a ra. N \ Y., a c c o rding to specifica t ions to be s e e n lu this office. Korin*, c o n tr a c ts a n d b o n d s a s ------- T h e r l / h : D r * served to re j e c t al! bid * d e e m e d d is­ advantageous. e*-4t JO H N M. W IL S O N , M a jor o f E n g ineers, I . b . A- 1KSURA1VCS. *• feet i.irth o f Exchangi -S3UU. .. 22Carey street, 1 >,-story fram e hoi • »\. \ cry low a t $(,'•*). No. 245 b.-vf-nth street, sou ti e a s t cor linprovenientfc; lot 1*' leet u> all^y : b a r n <«1 all ; * ! - i — r ’* - * w'\ i1 J s n t f t t z !■\ .VJ.IK? *•'AWC* r,. a ' i lon . g i s s n u • . . hot end col-P ! 1 *ockage on the Buffalo K lver, b e tw e e n Com m er- \ b.bri\ ti.l uk e, r*t/*ry_l»rli k_._eas. n o t en i ^ . r!al an.|l» o c k sts. ' _ 2.*»*J fw t o f oockage o n the E r ie Banin. Hum m er s l , i A lso, a l o t o n th e sou th e a s t corner ot F.rie C anal ■t 100x260. i and M ars land eLs. gas, w a ter. A c .; I L E E A P1CK K E H ING O , 34 N iagara sL, r o r . Pearl, .m e r Dak a n d N o rth D ivision street*, _. villi all HKxlem Im p rovem e n ts. II ME A HAN F O IU ), 16 W * ,t Swan sL r m o d e rn unprov. * I Hi b rick barn. b.f L lnw o o d a v e n u e , s o u thw e st r S-Hliorv fram e , new ; flrst-<-la-H hoi ‘4 J Jol.usou Place, 2-storj brick: JllslO'. N o rth went © L E E A P IC E R I N , 34 N iaga ra sL, m W A N T E D - 2 1 A L E S . w y . N . , i. A Y4»l!NG MAN < ed. To vr::::r M W a r ; eral r a s ii r-avr: - n t . price 42. - ' la'iire lot a c d barn. I'rl- . f ‘ o f H o w a r d * • m a mllMcutloi V D t T l . t A V o l t ft I o .V In. I nl ^ > i o n AGKb fl •! x l J 2 W ith III/- im e house, w ith L L . 344 Main st. II ry f r a m e ; lo t 27- -t«.rv fram . ; lot to r v f r a m e ; lot street,treeL ! s' .ryry Ira * l.2i*t Ox . • W \V - V .!.r-v!.; hot. I. I in in f> w. rk I. 2.2 b i t tii sire.eL | Q v a i . I a k : D ivision s 1 st . i i n e ; lo t 3*x ith stre e t, l-sp .r y fram e ; lo t 26 x. 1 »— r e 1 -sto r y fram i . l \ E A TEA M . 1 I I nm n to work In n I i i .i g >. tn to w o rk • elf gen*'rally usefi I►ied l w iih all kli.< up Htalrn. E n tr a n . ijr s i r j : »P*rtyhas u f snd 2 i*i fe* LY i) N I K A T I ’UI N A ND It ftEH KOK MALE.—No. 472 M a srara s t . ; b»Sl *.* , y f r a m e ; l o t 30x120. P r ice fi4.N«n U2 IV arl sL, 2-t jo ■ c n u i s l : D i-story fram e. I ' r i c barn. i« Tw e lfth • t - . I V - t o r v f i i 'i i e . Prl'-e ! 215 Pearl St., 2- 12 C a rroll uL, 2 -ntory brick, basem e n t and atitc — **-- I’rlt'f $!. ;*•. ;ili5 E lllcott sL : 1 ‘.-sto rv f r o t»* P r ice $3.'**). &s< f teucca iL . 1‘,-sto rv G.. i b rram -. Prb-e $ 2 .m» _ \ j» u J a .. a sL , tw o 1-story fram e cotUig*»; eac 4*5 illll- ’ KS T ■: FOR K E N T . iaw a r e streeL 2-story b r ic k ; gas. w a ter. Airy fra m e ; gas, w a ter, bath, A c .; Lore, basem e n t, b r tck ; gas and ., 2 -story, basem e n t, b r i c k ; gas and :«#. S57. a n d 3fl0 E ik iL. n e w brick coitanes. Price $5J»Ue itch. Heiieca - t . t*. 1 -iock of six 2 -story l.rick bouses, near Griffin - i. Prt'-e. ,-s.-h fl.-iM. Knack avenue, c o r n e r o f N o rth W a shington, three w. o.b ii coiiiig* h, n e a rly new. p r i e $ I. 2 i*) each. 1 KT, V irginia flrst liou-« from N iagara s L , 2 -storv b r ic k : ga«. w ater, aud cellar. P r ic e $4,000. IA iT H E '.R ft A I K .-D e law a r e «L, n e a r V irginia. J, -!,t..; wi;: ,• ;I5 '. K '.or 56 ler-t :.t fil.NJper >poslte tb e CathedraL P r ice $113 K E N T —*VE H A V E A NL'M lo r e n i. at a reasonable figure ■f Hie s eason. H O W A R D fi CH A P - • «K KENT VIftl* >N ft / Eoiirteculh... KV M. McCOMB, 5 SO U T H D l- p e r f i 't. Lots \IS ck huild I taliiing x a ldable m a cltfner' ' j big. T h is pri-ff-rty Is -SB. LYti.N, BAK E ft '•••t.v. - n J la m b u r g and H-rf.-.t. \ - as last, e a s terly of V a n R e n sselaer nrdei lS .sto r y —fp t i. .. ' ri. k : g a s a n d w a ter—$360. -.-a* nnd w a ter— $•'25. 2 -st rv fra m e : new and ln flrst rate c< li i r : g«s a n d w a ter—$4»iw. d* f i K K E N T —T H E U P P E R 8TOR1EM OE -new bri.-k i i.ii l'.ig on the north side of a St.. l*ct *■ en Main and P e a rl SU; a c a n l t a l location f-r a T - - - . ' : a irw r d ln e bouse. L E E fi P in f K R lN W - 5 4 N iag a r a « t , c o r . 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P r o v idenoe, R - L C a sh C a p ital and*burplus ................................... $207436 00 R o g e r W i l l i a m s Inanrsufice C o m p a n y P R O V ID E N C E , K. L C a s h C a p ital and S u r p lus....................................$300,000 0 A. A- \ \ IL L 1 AM 8 , PresldeuL J . W . D A V E N P O R T , S e c retary. E. P. DO R R , AgenL Buffalo. N. Y. Policies issued at f a ir rates a n d losses p r o m p tly a d Justed a n d paid a l this office. < >fli<-e—.E tn a B u ilding (up s tairs), c o rner P r im e and Lloyd streets. f t n a L ife I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y , H A R T F O R D , CON N . ...................$13.U0U,UUU 00 .................. 6 ,IIOO,:»JU UU ................. s,uou,uuuou D C R L H G T H E T E A R 1810 4 T H E SA L E S O F T H B S I N G E R S E W I N G M A C H I N E S A m o u n ted to th e u n p recedented num b e r of 127,833 B e in g 41,052 O m S a loa a f 1889, a a d 44,625 M ore th a n sold by any ol our com p e titors. O u r com m e n ts a r e unnecessary. J. S. DAWLEY, General Agent, 402 M A I N 8 T. E . B U T T E R I C K f i CO.'S NO. 8583. B Y T E L E G R A P H . O S d a l W a a t W m a p a r t. W a r D e p a rt m e n L Signal Service, U n ited States A rm y . D ivision o f Telegram s and K«v o r t t for benefit o f Commerce . M eteorological tU e o n ^ WaflUNUTOX, M a y l ,7 fi k e . h . SY N O P S IS F O * PA S T 2 4 H O U R S . Tlie barom e ter continues high e n t h e P a c ific c o a * w ith pleasant w e a ther. T b e lowest pw — ra stlli w h a t,only to fall a g a in, « w t an d s o o th o f P e a a s v l- ' a u ia. F resh n o r theasterly w tad s p revaUad during M onday a a L a k e s M lcM g sa and S u p e rior, southerly w inds from G e o rgia to T e x a s , and cloudy w e a ther With easterly whuJs ln th e Ohio v alley. T h e ~i iffil a tn r e is very low on M o unt W a a h tngum . w ttb w e s terly gale. T h e fhlllng barom e ter reported ba day e v e n ing In V irginia s a d th e Ohio V a lley pa»wd eastw a rd during t h e n ight, w ith light r a in in South­ ern Illinois a u d M aryland. P R O B A B I L I T I E S . P a r tially c lcudy and clear w e a ther will probably prevail o n T u e sday oo the low e r lakes a a d tha lantlc c o u t ; northeasterly w inds e n the upper lak e s ; and threatening w e a ther w e s t of the cen tral M issis­ sippi valley. C E L E B R A T E D A ccum u lated C a p ital .................. A n n u a l Incom e ..................... ........ Surplus a b o v e L iabilities . A L L P O L IC IE S n o n - f o r f e i t i n g : a f t e r SECOND PA Y M E N T CASH KA T E S ! CASH PO L IC IE S ! CASH d i v i d e n d s : D ividends paid Annually, c o m m e n c ing a t the end o f t h e FIR S T year. D ividends inay l>e u«ed to RED U C E the annnal prem ium , o r I N< K KAbE th e c a sh value o f the p o licy. A p p lications r e spectfully solicited F r . IM • If K. G e n e ral A /ent. H- FISH. C. B. AKMsIKOSU. K. P . Flfcll F I S H & A R M S T R O N G , G E N E R A L I N S U R A N C E A G E N C Y , Office No. 53 M a in S t., B u flalo. L IV E R P O O L fi LO N D O N fi G L O B E IN S . CO. IN T E R N ATI* > FA I, INS. CO., N E W YORK. FIR E M A N 'S F U N D INS. CO., SAN FRANCISCO. A L B A N Y CITY IF IR E fi M A R IN E ) IN S . CO. P E O P L E 'S F I R E INS. CO.. W o lH E S T E R . MASS. N O R W It H F I R E INS. CO.. NOKW H H, CONN. W E S T C H E S I KR CO U N T Y M A R IN E INS. CO, N E W K*H liE L L E - ST A T E F I R E INS. H b ,C L E V E L A N D , O. T R A V E L E R S ' INS. CO., H A R T F O R D . NF.W YORK L IF E INS. CO.. N E W YOKK. B U F F A L O F I R E A N D M A R I N E IN S U R A N C E COMPANY. F o r m e rly the MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF BUFFALO. C H A R T E R E D IN 1843. ASSETS, J a n u a r y 1,1863 ..................................... $467,126 V 1 D avD , Sec. | S. i jears, A s s 't b ee. 1 J . O F F IC E . 4X MAIN S T R E E T . £31 FOK K E N T - T H K FIN E STO L E , W I I H OK P ik wl * h o .it tin? upiw-r st -rl. ' o. til E a a t Seneca -to-ct. Ul< ly occupl*-. by li.su s il. a n ie a s aC ' lifcc- tlutiHrv. L E E X P IC K E R IN G , 24 N iagara st.. f o r. Pearl._____________________________________<1M (&* 11 . REN'I . C *. . . - I ' • R l > . -• AN D 91 ■ 3 Ma!). - 1 r . •<-1 : a l-- Hu -• *.n I, tlilr.l a n d fourth r t-tries ov. i HI an.l ad Main - treet. with h o luw a y . v '-li a d a p t.ni for » luaiM ifacluriiig hiisiness. L E E fi J*ICKKK1N<»..\4 N iagara St., c o r. P e s r l <122 f f t FOR R E N T —T H E F IN E STOKE, NO. 207 M tin ‘•:*.t?. Ar.piv otmthe premise s, o r to r T r : fi P lcK E I C I N G .Jt N iagara sU. cor. Pearl. c s .A N D BARN 1 * T ra il. C o r n - r u f U.re. «1 wel.ing h: R E N T ottage I barn. M A IL S . M AI I . A K R A N G E M E N T S .—POS'I'O K F I C E , B U F- FA L O . D<-.-. .V. 1K7W.—H e reafter, until further notice, thc Jla i is a t tliis office w ill be closed a s fol­ low h. v i z . ; B a tav ia a n d R o c h e s ter a t 6:40 a . m .. 1^0 and 7:30 P.M. Syracuse, U tica, T roy and Oswego atti:4U A. u., 6:25 and 7:50 P. M. C a n a n d a igua. A u b u rn and G e n e v a , d a lly , a t 6:40 ▲. M. a n d 7flu i*. M. S a turday a t 2 :40 p. m . 1 N e w Y o rk, A lbany a n d B o ston, d a lly, a t 1:30, 5:25 aud i SO p. M. One m a il ou Sundays, c losing a t 12.-3U E M. Schenectady a t 5 2 5 ami 7 2 0 i*. m . On Sunday only one Mai! s e n t e a s tw a r d via the Cen­ tral R. O.. supplying al! the offices e x c e p t thc sw a li- w n r offices, c losing a t I2 f f i r . st. All E a s tern M ads sent on Sunday close a t 12 :3V P.M. W ashington a t 1 2 5 a n d 7:30 p. M. rhiladci|>hia and B a ltim o re, daily, a t 126 a n d 7 :30 P. M. Malls for a ll places betw e e n Buflalo a n d New York tin g routes via tb. f<*Mit <u:ly $: r - io ip -. All wiil t.e r e n ted a t tbe •** r v r. Applv ai N... '■ N iagara • w ILbt>N A SDN, Real E s tate aod A N D BU S INESS PR O P E R T Y 'I<» So. 1ft\; 3-story brick for store and e. I b n t onlv $35U. v's l'a t k ; store, dw e lling and No. 201 M ain s t . ; a good lo- i.-iu. At.piv at No. 5 S i.-'/ara s t. L E O N A R D W ILSON fi SON. Real E s ta te a n d Insurance A g ents. dl7 | f A IN S T . S T O R E F O R R E N T .—4-STORY If A sto r e on w e s t t-ide o f .Main St., near Seneca St., now occupied by S. B e rgm a u . Esq. WIU be rented For one o r m o re years, rrom Mav 1, 1871. L Y \ \ B a k e r fiC - - .................... ., E r ie L a n d Office, 346 M ain s t. ’Jfri FO L E T - -ftToKH N o . 200 KAftT 1 JF-T St. A p p ly to J O H N OTTO, SI Ih-arl HE NEC A c7 s : > R E N T —FROM MAY 1. N E X T . T H R E E ,-erv desirable and centrally located store*, •* for u.'OCL.-y states, drug, saloon, o r » 1 .Most ■er kln<t </r b u sincis. w ith o r w ithout family •ooins In connection. bcv«-r»| suites o f ro. n tncd!ati? occupancy. H O W A R D fi C1IAL- , 348 M ain st- c 4 L E T —f'l.< W -.-hingtoi loinr tim e use*, i. B A K E R A C o llu r t u A ND F E E D —ON feed atT iV l R. C e n tr a l R . R . P che=ter act- Syracuse, old a-, a rl i:r and Teed store. , E rie L a n d Offlce, Svi .MhIh | M O R tG A C E S . S . M H N I \ ' ' N Wav M all bet- ro a !, a t •>:4*> A. M. a n d 7 :3w P W ay M a il b e tw e e n T o n a w a u d a a n d B a tavia a t 12:55 P. M. Way Mail b>-twit-n N iagara Falls a n d R o c h e ster at 10 a»*A. m. a n d 7 2 u p. m. Wxy Mail betw een Buffalo a n d Corning, via Avon, ut 6 :!v a . M. Way M all b etw een A ttica a n d H o rnellsville, a t 6:10 Mall v ia N o rthern C e n tral R a ilroad through P e n n ­ sylvania. a t 125 p. M. 'W a v Mail. E rie Rail wav. from H o rnellsville, cast 125 aad 7 ik) p . M. From H o rnellsville, w e s t,720 P. M. Balance o f E a s tern Mail 5 25 a n d 7:30 P. n . Hpringville, d a ilv (except Sundays), a t 1 J o p. M. Buffklo fi W a s h ington Railroa<t and Y o rkshire dally (except S u n d a y s !. a t a?** a . m . Clarence, <lally (except S undays), a t 1 2V\ r . m. E a s t Hamburg. Gleuwood. (o ld e n , G r if f ins Mills and West Falls, d a llv (except Sundays), a t 1 J l P. M. E rie, Cleveland. Toledo, Chicago, C incinnati, St Louis and M ilwaukee a t 112\ a . st. a n d 7 M p. it. Overland to C a lifornia a t 112U A. M. B a lance o f th W e stern M all a t 7:30 1 *. M. W a y Mall betw e e n Buffalo and Toledo, O ., a t F’Westfield, F redonia. D u n k irk. L a k e V iew aud A n ­ gola also at 3:45 P. M. A W e stern M ail Is m a d e up on bunday, closing at 4 ^Lockport M a il, daUy (except Sundays , a t 2:50 and ' n’u f f a t 4 L a k e H u ron R a ilroad, d a ily (except s u u - ^ T o r o n tik O n i..‘H a m ilton and G. YV. R a ilroad, at 10?»t a . B, and 5 2 5 p. M. ilontrt-al a t lu.-ou a . m . Iietro lt, dally ( e x c e p t S u n d a y s), a t lualO a . St., an 525. P. M. LeWlstiMl st 7 :40 A. M. N iagara Falls a n d Suspension B ridge a t 7:40 A. M. * Trauw luida a t 7:40 A. M. and 1225 P. M. l ', , . T i i . \p. At:::.vs(iEXEXT>.— P o stal < a r s are the Eri.- Railw ay and New Y ork c«t.: ■i-h< *l *> C 1C. I F s. x i . i : a- tin ' - l l ; ft i >.N & 1,120 Ih-I iwiin 1 * 11 . w ith ail liJ>» $75. O' D e law a re ■ b a rn . Ac. J .2 Main s tr c - t bath-, hot uu t «•• I'M J o h n s-> * I I Im prov . i n . - n l '; convenient an 11 J price. Apply t<» -ft HOI -I- v a n . ’•-'torv - frau enne. 2 -slory. «i ■rick, in very nlcu I wut. r. Ac. e . 3 -.-t.>ry b rh-k, * ith ail ni'Mlcrn R SA I.K —A N E W AN D FII'.ftlM LASS j -storv residence, w ith a li li..- in.xi.-in iin- ; m s : *ou'h sl-Se of F e rrv str«-et. west .-f 1K1- . _ ... . L >t 159x586 teeL T e rm s easy. F. U U E L I.. 2 Ho llister B n lhilng. 12“-H g * E* *K S A L E —N < ’• 220 ftl MM F ; >1. \ KINK. 1^1 l - s t o r y fram e cottag.*. v e ry pleasantly l.<cau-*l i . I !n i.«—feet re p a ir tlip'U /bout. L o t 83x2**:. well * - '*li a v a i ie t v o f frulL A g-*«l barn <*;•. the | t A1**'. F o r term s , fic., apply to , ftl P e a rl st. Bl UN fi SUN. A P A R T M E N T S ' r tlir. p ilweUings an. > r l rented. G< o-1 t- ■agaxa sL. LEO N A . OKTG A t . Kft W A N I ED.-$5C.*M> T< > I5i V E S I l lu f ir s t- m o rtgiigoi: pur*'base m o n ey m<<rt- preferred. H i ML fi SA N F O R I), lo W e s t M xfSK Y . M ONEY. — PU R C H A S E MONEY u: .rtgages w anted by HO W AKD fi C H A P P E L . I 34 » V a in sC eSl s th a t i TT. i 0 T4» REN r.- W a-hlii 4-i W a shington* 3*8 E a s t ft w an s t' 3\ Nocr!* I’lm-e. I 174 N o rth YY IIIImi * E U K H A L E -T H E LE A S E . (rU U l) W IL L A N A fu r n itu re ot a nr-t-cU a s lsotcl. TI.L- hot.-. /R ly located a n d is now doing a good and pax 1 r.|r..-f*. The present p.-ot.rletor lias ii four y< ... »se from May next, at a |..w r- u t. hut will ».R a w figure, a s be has o ther business o u t of tlie cl i - i . i i i - tiers..ual a tten tio n . Inqtiire W AHD fi C H A P P E L L . *hi. aJ*» OMB, ND. 5 S O U T H rili DI id.fio. 47 i F r a n k lin -U’eet, 2 story br i * VllTMFl fi 9 A N FQ K 1 X 1 $ D E K A l E PR U E I > H O l SES FO R S fiL E . L, 1 -story fra m e : lo t 50x10). P r h M a ryland, 1-story fra m e ; h ory fram. f i : : : a FO R SA L E BY M. Division 6 L m T e n th St., th a t desirable 1 N -story fram e Ing.In excellent c o n d ition: lot 25xH».; w|;| .ell n the p a r tie s a r e g o ing to leave Uie < Uv ; call I P rice $5340. I-.' U th St.. th a t 1 V s t . 'r y fram e dw. r.:. :.. ; coa litio n : lot S\sl5ii; wUi s«*»l cheap and o t. -m*. P rice $2500. 110 Pro-pect a v enue, t h a t 2-story fram e d* tn go.ftl o r d e r ; lo t 25 by 106N ; will sell for ■ | t- . i , 52n F.lllo 7. V ... K MOChlea - $ 4 » . s P a r k —$350. re e t—$350. i - $ l o l l N O T T O . 18 Pearl s ■ ra l a m i Hudson lMver Railroad* to Svw' Y’ork c and the Lake Shore U nH rofp to T .J idfft Ohio I t. r* c a n is- i.aui* d or. the c ar* for a li points L a -t a Y V .-«..uth. U n c sof U.< -*• road* u p t » 6 ^> a . M... the E r ie P a ilw a y : 620 a . M .. ro a n : ll aW y. m. a n d «:40 a . m. lrTh*.'Pcnrtofilceopens a t 9:00 a . M., a n d closes a t 7:uc “ T h ! 4 PATTERNS OF GARMENTS 402 M A T H s t . CO AX AJTD W O O D . U ITD I.EY D E A L E R S IN H A R O A N O S O F T C O A L . OFFICES: NO. 4 GANSON BLOCK, E R I E ST.. a n d NO. 267 M A .N STREET , N e x t d o o r to B a rnum 'a G r e a t V a riety Store. o p p o s ite N iagara E K v a tor, Bnf- DO C K A G E . H a v i n g a u u p i . l s o f d o c k r o o m * n the e a s t aide ot the Blackw ell C a n a l, I a m pre­ pared to fur 1 h dockage a n d storage for coal, lum ­ ber. Ac. 'I he B iff.tin ( ’reek Railroad pa.-scx through ttie pro p e r ty , e n a b ling p a r t ie - to load cars for auy Pdlnu E. L. H E D ftT R o M , ( ‘fflce, cor. Seneca and W a s h ington s 's . A p ril 28 1870.______________________________el- 6 in T T N IO N COAI. A N D W OOD CO M P A NY, 4 J Foot o f C o u rt s tr e e t. A large q u a n tity of FO R SA L E . D A R L IN G 4 M O N T A G U * Q U E E N C ITY COAL YARD , G E N E S E E B R ID G E A N D E R I E CANAL. Office, 299 Genesee St., B u flalo, N . Y. F o r sale a good assortm e n t of all kinds o f HARD A N D SO F T COAL, W h o le sale a n d R e ta il. C o n s tant­ ly on baud also, a s u i / e n o r quail ly of H A R D AND SO F T W OOD for sale, saw ed and —*'* — ■-•*-- stick, d e livered ln a n y p a r t o f the c ity. Q O A L ! COAL ! N IA G A R A CO A L Y ARD YY ill sell a t low e st m a r k e t rates HARD, SOFT AND BL0SBURG COAL. Ohio s tr e e t. B ranch Office, 3S3 ________ T H E O D O R E BULL. CO O AL I*. Office a n d yard. M ain s tr e e t. h 2 -ly ___________ 1871. C A 187L The Delaware and Hudson Canal Co’t L A C K A W A N N A COAL, Screened and delivered in good condition tn quan­ tities to s u it purchasers. P r ices for the p r e s e n t, p e r ton of 2 uw lbs., delivered w ith in th e o ld c ity lim its, are a s follow s: T o n . R T o n . R T o n . G r a t e ..................................$9 40 $4 >9) $2 5\ E g g ..................................... 9 90 4 85 2 5*1 S to v e ................................. 9 75 6 I*> 2 55 C h e s tnut...................... \ 9 75 6 00 2 55 Also, BLOHSBUKG, L E H IG H . L U M P A X D P R E ­ P A R E D COAL, SCOTCH A M ) AM E R ICA N PIG IK O N , F LUE B R IC K , e tc.. W h o le sale a n d R e tail. G. K. W ILSO N A CO., 'O ffice.306 M a lr st. a n d 96 O hio s t.. c o r. M ississippi. 1871. C O A L . 1871. LAFAYETTE COAL COMPANY, Office No. 2 0 E a s t Seneoa St., W ill sell until fa r t h e r notice LA C K A W A N A and PITTSTO N COALS a t Uie following prices p e r ton o f 2000 lbs., delivered ln any p a r t of th e o ld c ity lim its, o u tside o f w h ich a sm a ll charge wffl b e m ade If' G r a t e ... E g g ..................................... 9 00 B tove ................................. 9 75 C h e s t n u t .......................... 9 75 R T o n $4 80 4 85 6 UU 5 UU X J o n - 92 50 2 50 2 60 2 60 1871. C O A L . 1871. T H E A N T H R A C I T E C O A L C O G e n e r a l Offioe, No. 221 M a i n St* ALSO, F O O T O F G E N E S E E St., WIU sell until f u r th e r notice these celebrated ►* . a t the following p rices per ton of 20 Ul> liis., d e livered In a n v p a r t of\ lhe o ld c ltv lim its, outside o f w h ich a sm a ll'charge w ill be m a le fur c a rtage. Also, BLOKSHirjKG. L E H IG H , LU M P A N D BE- - ! LJtC T E R IK BOFT COAL. d Ton. k T o n . R Ton. ' G r a te................................... 9 J 40 $4 !*> $2 50 E^nr ................................... 9 50 4 85 2 60 Stove .................................. 9 75 6 00 $60 C h e s tnut ........................... 9 7i 6 ou 2 60 T e rm s s tr i c t ly Cash w h en or* 1 e red. G E O R G E D A R IN , D a ted J a n . 26. »H7L _______________________ A g ent. M O R T G A G E S FOR SA L E .—$17.U*»l M ORTGAGE navable in * nunual paym e n ts: $5.'**) m o rtgag. I p a y able In 4‘, :»...iual paym e n ts; $I','W) nmrtgag.- 1 ' ------- - -• - L Y O N , B A K E R fi jiayai.le tn 4 a n n u a l pa FOK KENT.T.-2-ftT ho i-* . No. 4. i — ^ 45 Wi-st ii nd F ranklin \ts (F*> i H u ron «t . co m e r Frankll iKY' BASE ME NT KKK'K H u ron St., betw een Pear! .nd w a ter. In q u ir e No. 51 i . e2-lw 1 av i sLKCHABE MONEY M OTUAGK8 YV A N T E D am o u n t. L E E fi PIC K E R IN G , 34 Nl- •or. I’eart. M A f t i i i H E N T —T H E PL E A S A N T L Y LO C A T E D K r a gothic hotift\ No. 5 W a d s w o rth P a r k . LF.F. fi F ,t K r RIN'*;. 34 N iag a ra «t.. c « t - P e a r t. _______ <126 j e f Q F O K R E N T - T H E L A R G E 5-HTOKV BRU K ! * >d yn t.Qlldlng >*n The southw e s t corner of m - h . t s - te ,. t H.j.I llie ’I e rra.-e, k n o w n as th e F a rgo IF.u-e. * l ai.apted f..r a hotel, m a n u f ic taring* o r o th - r i L E E A P I C K E R I N G , 34 N iagara St.. .--r OKTG AGKB R SA L E —O N E O F $1U,U0U. . . annual installm e n ts; Interest (•nn annually. A lso o n e m o r teu g e u f $8UW, payable- a axe annual p a y m e n ts; I n te r e it annually. Also. >te o f $7tsu payaUf* ln four annual paym e n ts. Th* are all first lien* p u r c h a s e money m o rtgages. -------------------------- L Y O N * BAKT-T r . *1 Inx’Cfttments. M ISC E L L A N E O U S . ___ P I N E H I L L N U R S E R IE S . F R U IT A N D O R NAM E N T A L T R E E S , PL A N T S , ETC. Leave y o u r o rder a t the Office, 571 M a in S t r e e t . D x l iy x b t F r k e . ..I c e llar, finl.hed off in good style il liar and w a t e r ; cel'ar Tw. Hevt it lot Jl x . « T veil t $1 - i W llii n I St.. 41*.': Price $:*.■* P r l c $2.2'0. f-.T'U\. Pi’Ue $!,**'• P r ice $850. V irginia, Z-stnflcs'. 437.1-story f r a m e ; l o t 27x119. P rice 162, 1-story fram e ; lot 25x89. ‘jl, . . E h -vet.'u s' P r ic e $1,-’\\. N o rth D:vUlon st.. No. 437, l-»n ry tran ie; lo t 3Ux IW. P r ice Sl.t**’. W a lnut *t.. No. lfta, 1-alory fram e ; lot 25x115. ^*Herm in St., b e tw e e n B a tavia and Gene«ec s tr e e ts; tw o l-story c. tta g e s ; h.t*(i;:xi2U...Pree_$ir(W. _ d i3__________ KOK H \L ni>> i-Tii Im p ro LYi E r ie L a FOR >ALK - *.-i story fram e he lltg ele $3 im CA R O L IN A ST., A 2- vlth a 2 -storx w ing, con tat n- ........... „ _____ ii w a ter. L o t J7xll». Price Term s o f paym e n t easy. JO H N O T T O . 81 f i BA T A V IA PR O P E R T Y ' FOR H A L E -N O . l*s! L Y O N . B A K E R A CO -NO. 453 N IAGARA >1 r brick house <■ 'ii'.aln' m ilts; lo t 30X16U. J o l EE T , ng all I. IN O i l ff i F d U S A L K -l R E M IftF .aN O R T IH .A s T « C f i n* r \\ a 'h '.n r t ti and Mohawk 'tr*-. t.-; f t fix tu r e - ; N iag a r t w a ter; bath room ; i-xc* Ih-iit U r . A c .; an e v e lo c a tion fo r any \ ' ' ne«. <*r n r o f c s io n . \ onlv t o J O H N O A f t FO R HALF—A V E R Y D E S IR A B L E , PL E A S JB a n tly located, and m t f t l e r a ^ p r t ^ l resldence, Ib^Tted o*i D e law a re s tr e e t. A p p ly to J O H N OT TO, M Pearl s treet. . I e F O R S A L E - K P S iD E X C S «>K T H E L A T E . F. f- C .rnweU, Esq., 1*u-ated on th e s o u thw e s t | . ..rm 'r o f Llnwoo*! avenue und B ryant street, rhe w o -slory brick w ith a tw o - s lorv w .ng. --------------- „i..«„*j jn • •ntalns tw e lve .■■uv r** tlte’, cell Kimx a ll nearly ft*iuare, close ts (i bath r.H.m, w a ter c ! •. ft.t s, / a ft. 1 a rge a r un*ler w h ole house. L o t ls 120x237. w» 11 laid ..iit and stocked w ith fruit an«l_ shade ti ftprlr light. siabl Ma aliin § ; Divisl- r d25 FOR K E N T —T H R 2-STORY FR A M E . 384 Sw • ri new and In fir-r r a te o r d e r ; fourteen g » - N l;i/a r a w a ter, a lso a c istern and & good ui'l a large lot. K ent $4*«*. 1 tie * ,-ftt-r •■o’tig c . 186 Ko*>rteenth s t , new and Keifi°$lw» ; tcn w a ter. 'L o t 50x150 feet. Also, ii d e s irable h o tel propertv a t D u el’s ( 'o r tie r s : 2-stone*. 4\*x*U. w ith ba-n a n t sbeii. A r c ; - ) 1. tion for b u siness. By M. McCOMB. a s o u tli I strxwL ___ ___________ __ H O T E L OK SALOON FO R R E N T —TI1F larg\ fram e b u ilding in Spring Ah!*-- t .j (». i* 1'tte r o i r->r rent. The groum /s will l»- _ d Ihn-ughout w ith gaa. and a U rge ftr^-cias- »iabl*- is being e rected on the propertv. w h ich wR’ gr ?atlv IncreuM tlie value of the r e n tal o f this bu*'..U lug. LY. ON. B A K E R A CO., E rie L a n d Office. 346 M s t. ______________________________ ■ ______ elk TO L E T —A SPLENDID CO U N T R Y R E S I- t *h i . i . w r.i. u r g e brlek h o u se a n d g.eni b a r n s : place ci.n'ain* a'lo u t 8 acres of geod land s it­ u a te on * >nt .. -u>- v. Rent $2**J m-r year. Applv t.. EDW AKDft fi B U C K L A N D , N o . 2 B row n 's BuUdhiu. _____________ <»21 [.EG A L N O T IC E S a T A M UKOGATE A for th e Count v ii. tne C ity . f Buffalo, oi H iesent, H-.rati<i ftex mo |n the m a tte r of tlie m rxal e s tate o f M inerva njept of h e r d e b t.. I E le. I KT—H E L D IN A ND at the S u rrogate's cfflce th e 5th day o f M av. Jo71. Surrogate, rt/a g e , lease, or sale o f the B row n , deceased, for the pay \uh reading and filing the p e tition of H e n ry I). \l a» a d m in istrato r o f the goods. A c..of Minerv a of tb e city of iTuffalo, deceased, f. cow sheds, lienery. f ie. l..ft*atlon ist- j Is verv fine an»i ev e rything a t j u t the premia* * ln ari I o r ! r.' The above prem ises w ill l>e rente*!, cither —18 I fWrnUhed orurjt'urnished, If n.-t “old ou o r before ------------------------------ — -------- - -----------------Feb. l.W.'L Apply to J O H N O T T O , 81 P e a r l s t. iTKKET 8T*)KK FO R BA L E O K T O j 118-tt l)T T U . ... - o...., . . . . . . . . h ’k w a rehouse lu tidin g from Main to YVashinjrtJb -------------- --- _ SA L E - _ m . . . . . . T h e Very desirable residence o f the .r l llra iu H\U»e. s itu a te oa the northw e st corner o f Main ami N o rth s t r e e t s ; d w lltng 2 s to r ies; lot ■' x!75 feet. Wilt be sold a t a bargain, or rs-nted. r a t No. 5 N iagara #t. L E O N A R D WU.ft* >N ' Real Estat*-and Insurance A a e n ts. *^d»» ffifiD E H IK A U L E D W E L L IN G FDR KALE OR j | H to r e n t E a st E a /le s t r et. No. 14*. J-storv brick. 12o r 14 room*. In flue o r d e r : all m o d e m lpi- pro v e m e n ts; has rente<l tlie past year for $6»»t; will now r e n t >'»r a less prt -e. Apply a t No. 5 N iagara St. L E O N A R D W lLftO S fi $ON, Itaal E s t a u . Life a n d F ir e I n s u r a n c e Agents. _______________ dai E tfAIN S T R E E T STO R E FOK SA L E —No. 23 Main s treet, near Ohio. 4-st*>n' b r tck ; tin r**rf; w a rehouse In rear. Lot 20 feet f r o n t an*! run­ ning through to W a s h ington xt. LYON, BA K E K A f i * f TT *« M AIN S T R E E T STOKE FOR S A L E —W IL L tak e a lot o r h o u se and lot In p a r t tiavm ent. r „ - te r ras apply to EDYY ARDS * ‘ Real E s tate A g e n ts. N o te «pd Loi B row n 's B u ilding. p a r t pav m e n t. t BUCK L A N D . > B rokers, No. 2 © FIK S T -CLA S S R E S ID E N C E FOK SA L E ON Uie A u r o r a Road, a b o u t seven m iles from Malu -• being a tine sew brick house w ith French roof. /W T O L E T —FIR S T -C L A S S B R IC K D W E L - Jejji H a g - tru n U i n sL. No. 5U8, 2-«t.'ries and w ing; gas. w a ­ ter. f ir . R e n t $H», Franklin »(., n e a r H u ron, 4 -stories; ga-, w a ter, fie. R e n t $1,0*0. IK-laware St., No. 142; 2-storles: gas, w a ter, Ac. R e n t $61)1. Chippew a sk. N o . 21, 3-«tor!es; gas, w a ter. 4c. R e n t $. no. P a r k P lace. No. 31, 2-6torles: gas, w a ter. Ac. R e n t $6«ii. YY'a»h1ngton St., corner G o o d ell, 2-storles: gas, w a ter, fi,c. R e n t $7uu. Pearl lit.. N o. 285. 3-stories; gas, w a ter, Ac. R e n t tn o i Eagle su . N o 101. 2-sU>rles and basem e n t; gas. w a ter. fi,c. K e n t $5UU Eagle su . No. 121. 2-storles and basem e n t: gas, w x tor. fie. K ent $50). Eagle .sr.. No- 123. 3-storles and basem e n t; gas. w a ter, fic. R e n t $3UU. LYON. BA K E K fi CO., *113 E rie L a n d Office. 346 Main st. F.xrwel a» Mfown, la) . . . a^thot Ity to m o rtgage, lease o r sell the real e s tate of tl,e sai l d eceased, for the pavm e n t of her d e b ts; It I reordered th a t all persons interested In the e s tate of t).r sal I deceased, ap p e a r before the su r r o g a te of tr,e ( ountv cf E ric, a t hisoffict. in tu e C ltv or Ituf- faiu, on the 27th d a y of «mne, 1871, a t ten o'clock tn tlft forenoon of th a t dav, then and th e re to show cause w hv au th o r ity should n o t be g iveu to the said H e n ry D. Farw e ll to m o rtgage. !ea«e o r sell so m u c h of the real e s tate o f the said deceased a s shall t * n e c e saary to P*}\h e r * H o R A T I O sEY MOT R. Scrrogate. B e s j . H. ACJ-TLN. J r ., P r o c to r f o r P e titio n e r. e»-T4w lam VJ'. VY rigriCTplalntlff. against Thom a s M. • * Ytary L. (jtU e y , hi* w ile, an d A lexander 11. W ing, d e fendants, ip the s h o r e nam ed d e f c r d a n ts: i ‘*u are heres.y souim one/l to answ e r th e com- S \ • \ rig h t, plain : lit, w h ich was f l l ^ t n t h e j t h 'lay o f A p ril, l^H. tu thc offlce of the t ;erk of E rie County, and to serve a c p y o f y o u r 1,18 office In Buffalo, N. nay8i 0r, tbp service o f th is sum - r the d a y o f sendee, o r tb e plalntlfl w*il a p p ly to the C o u rt lo r th. reiiet dem a n d e d ln the com p laint. .111-T « u . o . C O T T L E , r i a i m i y i A tt^ w e y . I W E O F F E R FOR SA L E AT A BA R GAIN on easy term * tlie fine new 2 -story fram e «• w ith l '. t C '.x l l » ' „ <*n tne *r>H'hea*» c o m e r of H a d sou and T e n th -t*. LE E fi PIC K E R I N G . 34 N la/Jtra ftt.. c o r n e r P e a rl. ___________________ £ | FO B HALE—NO. « D E L A W A R E HT., A 1 flne tw o -sm ry doab’.e brick house, w ith aU le m luiiirox <ueiits. 1x150X173. A p p ly to JO H N TU, 81 P e a r l »w W$ § D W E L L IN G S FOR SA L E . No. 226 N lagara »h A first-class brick dwel- tw o s tories and finished attic . roa*tlc f r o n t; gas. w a ter, b atli-room . fu r n a c e ; brick b a m : 1<>1 6 4xl»s Also, No. 199 N o rtn D ivision, tw o -storv b r ic k ; gas, w a ter. * c . ; lot STSxIlA A lso, No. 423 N inth s t ; a new b rick dw e lling, tw o ■—* --------------- - • t; ( o tlu x n |W E L L IN G S TO K E N T MAY L E a st Eagle St.. No. 140; J-story brick, all m o d e rn lniprovMOf-nt*. t j o r 14 --------- ftlxth ilh, Ni - $ * l Clinton s t.. No. 2S3; 2-storv brick. 10 r o o m s CUnton St.. No. PC: l ^ t o r v brick. R e n t $350. Ten til St.. N o. 9 : 2-story fram e. K ent $3(10. P a rk No. 4U; • —— - R e n t *• 1*4; 2-story b rick In flne o rder. R e n t 1-story fram e, flne garden lot. YY e alao h a v e a n u m b e r o f d w e l li n g s an d a p a r t - icn ts. f o r w h ich i m m e d iate p o s s e s s i o n c a n be r iv e n . A p p l y a t N o . 3 N i a g a r a s t .. L E O N A R D W 1L4H *N ■SO N , R e a l E s t a t e a n d I n s u r a n c e A g e n U . blT PARK ORDINANCE. A^S O R D I N A N C E F O R T H E P R O T E C T I O N O F . B I R D S , A N I M A L S , T R E E S A N D S H R U B S . 1 'H E P A R K C t I V M I S S I O E B S O F T f l E C I T T t) F B u f fa l o by r l r i u e o f Ute a o ’ h o t l t v v e s t e d tn th e m b y C h a p ter 165 o f th e t a w s o f th e S t a t e o f N e w Y o r k , p a s s e d A p r i l 14,1809. d o e n a c t a a f o l l o w s : ge c U o u Y . A U p e r s o n s a r e p r o h i b i t e d fro m firin g at o r s h o o t i n g a n y b i r d n r -M in s I a p o a th e la n d s h e r e t o fo r e t a k e n b y th e C i t y o f M n fialo f o r p a r k a a n J a p p r o a c h e s th e r e t o . riectio n A A ll p e r s o n s a n ___ o r fro m c u t t i n g d o w n , o r „ th e r e t o . ■ e c t i o n fi A n y pel n i n e - w il l b e l i a b l e t d i e d d o l l a r s o r to u t t t n g d o w n , o r l n a a v w ru b up o n th e g r o o a d s 1 o f B u ffa lo for p a r k a a n d i m offending a a fin e n o t e x c4 d ; r v o r >-oth a t th e d i s c r e t i o n o f th e r o u t . . h e r e b y c e r t l f v t b a t th e ab o v e I s a to n e c o p y o f a n o r d i n a n c e p a s s e d b y th e B oa r d o f P a r k ' \ ------ f t « o f tb e C i t y o f BaflhT * “ cc*nvened o o M o n d a y . 1 f o r s a l e , T H E S T E A M E R IV A N H O E . Q j j k . NEW IRON HULL. 14*' FEET long. 2! teet beam. 36 feel over ’gu:*r*ls, 8 fleet h<-I'l: iron bulkheads _______________ In f tur w a ter-tignt <>oropartujents: 1*'W p rvs ur.- ft.r-am engine. 32 Inch cylinder. 6 feet stroke: return f i n e b o I l e r S f ^ t 1 luch s h e ll: drauglit o r w a ter 4 feet 6 Inches: can carry pasiengcrs For ffiriSer p a r t i c u l a r s in q u li e a t B E L L ' S Ste a m E n g i n e W o r k s . B u ffalo. N . I . ________ cl6-tf L A D I E S ’ H A I R G O O D S , ln S W I T C H E S , C U R L S , F R 1 Z Z E T S , C H A T E ­ L A I N E B R A l D f t , an d all t b e l a t e s t s t v l e s . a s th e y a p p e a r , on h a n d an d m a n u f a c t u r e d to o r d e r a t j F C R O S 'I - A N D 'S . 387 M a in St.. B u f fa lo , S . Y . • W a n t e d , t w o f lr a t - c lass h a i r w o r k e r s . c !4 - t f TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIR B y u s i n g NITROUS O X I D E (or la u g h i n g ! G A S M . B . S tr a ig h t* - - - o m m c o v e r aw w a t x b t . J. T. HOOLE & CO.i D E A L E R S IN H A M A N D SO F T COAX. Office No. 23 E. Seneca St.. Cor. Washlngtofl. E L L IS W E B S T E R , WIIOI.E3AI.lt AXD RETAIL DEALER TW ANTHRACITE, BITUMINOUS AND BL0SSBURGH C O A L . CONNELLSVILLE AND PITTSBURGH CONE. O F F I C E an d Y A R D . 2 i9 E R I E B t ., t o C o l t S l i p . P A R T I C U L A R A T T E N T I O N 4* A I D T O O R D E R S . H. W ILLETT LINDERMAN, (S u c c e s s * 1 to C . f i . D u d l e y f i L l n d e r m a n .) D e a l e r l n a n d sh i p p e r of TT A H U A N D S O F T C O A L - Office Cor. Erie end Terrace Ste. R . b . u o * . C O A L . BUFTAL0 GALVANIZING WORKS, M ot . U u i IS S w t t S t., B a g h l a , M. T . W o u l d r e s p e c t f u l l y c a l l atte n t io n to th e i r la r g e ta c U lU e s f o r G a l r a n l x l n g a l l k i n d s o f W o r k , su c h a s S T O V E R E S E R V O I R S , S T O V E H O L L O W W A R E , C A S T IR O N SIN X A , R I V E T S , C H A I N S , W I R E , H O O P IR O N , W R O U G H T o r C A S T IR O N P I P E S , f i e . N a l l * u d s - i k e s a sp e c i a l t v . S h e e t Ir a n m a d e n p t o C o a ^ u e h ^ P i p s f c ^ c S T B o d a . B l c p a n d W a t e r GEO. W. TIFFT, SONS tt CO. a a s a x r a * c o . D e a l e r s In H A R 0 a n d S O F T C O A L . O fflce 313 M a in i t , o p p o s i t e C h n reh e v . D K O O B A T )O X , J. JO S E P H S , HOUSE, SIGN FANCY PAINTER. Graining', Garbling GILDING ON GLASS. W A L L S A M D G E X L I M O S U L O O M U D WASHINGTON. T H E A N G L O - A 3 I E R 1 C A N T R E A T Y . W a s h in g to n , May 8 .—Tbo treaty waa signed yesterday by the High Commio- $ion at the Departmeut of State. The gentlemen, after this waa done, ex­ changed congratulation** on tbe reault of their labors, expressing tbe belief tbat tbey nad done the moat thev possibly could for the peace and honor of tfie two countries. Although the ( ‘ommiwdoners have been cautious in talking to persons outside of tbeir own circle, the following points will be found to be correct: First, there are to be two boards of arbitration or commissions. To one will be ref*?rred tbe Alabama and other similar claims whicb are recognized at national, aud to be settled on the prin­ ciple of responsibility for such depredations wnere tbe government has uot exercised tbe utmost diligence and possible precaution to prevent privateers being fitted out in its ports to prey upon the commerce of a power with whom it was at peace. The other board ia to Lake coguizauce of miscel­ laneous claims. The British and American are confined principally to periods from the commence­ ment to tbe close of our lute civil xvar. Among these are tbe bt. Albaus claim for damage done to property in tbat toxvn by Canadians, but no claims for the Fenian in­ vasion of Canada are to be admitted. As to claims of British subjects for seizure of their cotton, Great Britain, through its Commissioners, dins not recognize them in cases where each subject took up their domicile in tbe South, as thereby they sub­ jected themselves to all the risks und contin­ gencies of war. All legitimate claims for cotton will, however, be considered. It bas bt en reported, without warrant, tbat they will amount to thirteen roillious or more, but this is considered to b«- a great exaggeration. They will uot p ro!- ably amount to u million doburs. Thor, will be no difficulty in a*certaiuiug all the particulars, a* the Treasury D epartment ba- all the dates of all tbe seizures of cotton, tbe names of tbe owners thereof, and all Lb< particulars concerning the seizure. Tin government is aware lhat u lull list of B rit­ ish claims was recently published in that 'country, but it also has information that many of them bave already beeu adjusted, wbile tbe others will not come w ithin tbe provisions of tbe treaty. Among the claims w hich will also come before tbis board will be that of our govern­ ment growing out of the purchase of salt- j»etre iu tbe East Indies during tbo war. and which was seized by British authorities. There are other miscellaneous claims which will come before tbe second hoard. The ban Juan question will be referred to thc arbitration of a friendly sovereign, probably the Emperor of Brazil. From the character of tbe documents accompanying the treaty it is inferred that a decision can­ not fail to be in favor uf lbe Uuited States. The treaty provides for the free naviga­ tion of tbe .it. Lawrence by vessels of thc United .States, and lor the use <*f tbe Cana­ dian canals on payment of the regular tolls. There arc also'provisions regulating the privilege lo fish in Canadian waters, but these have not been ascertained with suffi­ cient accuracy to justify a statement of them. The London Time* of to-day mistakes in saying that the treaty must be ratified bv both Houses of Parliament, though it wifi require legislation to carry some of its pro­ visions into effect. The only doubt in the above statement ie as to w hether there is to be only one or two boards; but it is certain the Alabama and kindred claims are to be considered sepa­ rately from the other claims.' Tbe British Commissioners, together w ith General Schenck, will tail for Lurope on tbe *24tb of this month, relying, of course, on the ratification of the treaty by the Senate. The JV(i tioaai Jiepubtrcan of tTvmorrow will contain tbe following, which is official: The treaty is to be knoxvn as the T reaty of W ashington, for tbe settlement ofthe Alabama claims. A tribunal of arbitration is constituted to consi-tof five arbitrators, one anppjnted by the United States, one by G reat Britain, ar.d tbe other three each by a designated sov­ ereign state of Europe or America. This tribunal may either award damages in detail or in gross at its discretion, or it may refer tbi* duty to a board of assessor* sitting in tbe United btates, wbo shall re­ port from time to time, with pujmeut to be made accordingly, and In tbe generous spirit of a power conscious of its fame and iu greatness, and of its capacity U> speak as well as to act independently and rightfully at al| times. For the adjudication of all other claims against Great Britain, or of subjects *.f Great Britain against tbe United btuU-s, iroui the lJth of April, ledf, to fhe 'Jth of April, an ordinary mixed commission is provided to sit at Washington, vv rh an umpire to be nominated if necewmry by * designated frieudly power. The eaiue great idea of international arbi­ tration through the intervention of friendly powers and the same spirit of cordial but belf respectful amity pervade , tbe stipula- tions of the treaty in regard to differetua.** whicb, by their scat or subject, axe more purely American. Forem o st hiuouq ___ sea fi$U$*ieii ou the*coasts of tbe British |>o*- Mrifiions, as to which it i» agreed thaf in ad­ dition to tbe liberty already secured Ui tbem bv the treaty of iblb, tbe tabermcn of the L'uited slates oliail have the liberty to take sea fob ou the bea coast and shores and in the bays, harbors and creeks of tbo prov­ ince* of Quebec, Nova scoti* and Eew Brunswick, aud Uie cokmy of Prince Edxvard'fl f aland, and of tbe ialand* aityaceut, without being restricted to any distance from the shore, witb pernii»»ion to land upon such roasts, shores and b^and*, and also upon tbe Magdalene Island* for tbe purpose of drying tbeir ueta aud curing tbeir fish, subject, of course, in thi* respect to the local rigbi# of private property, and tlifc Mtap liberty 1 b granted to British sub­ ject* on lbe E astern «ea coast* and shores ol the United states north of the iitrth parallel of latitude, this liberty uot to Include on either side shed flab tbe salmon and sbad fisheries ur Other fisheries in rivers and lb<- moutbs of river's. It is further agreed that fish oil and fish of all kuid>- except fish ot the inland lakes and their liver*, and exoept fish preserver in- oil, the produce of tbe fisheries ol the Uuited btates, or of tbe Dominion of Canada, or of Prince E dward’s Island, shall be admitted into each country respectively free of duty. It is asserted by tbe British government, but not admitted by the United btates, lhat tbe privileges accorded to eltizens oi the United States are of great­ er value than those accorded to the subjects of G reat Britain, and to prevent or avoid controversy on this point, it » agreed that a mixed commiwdon, wUh an umpire to be appointed by a designated friendly power, ahall determine whether any compensation for such alleged excess of privileges, and if so, bow much ought lo be paid by tbe United State*. Next eome various question* of naviga­ tion and commercial transit, Which are dt* posed of by declaring the navigation of the river SL Lawrence and the rivers Yucao. Porcupine and Stilline for ever free and open to tbe citizens oi subjects of both coun­ tries by providing for the equal use of the Welland and St. Lawrence and other canate Id the Dominion on tbe one hand, and Lake Michigan and St. Clair flats on tbe other, by providing for the free transit of mearehandue to and fro a» well In tbe British possessions aa In tbe United aboBshkag tbe P«\b*ooal •*- i American lumber ou Mirer Bl. m ission t h a t for a s u r v e y o f th e lin e of th* U n i t e d S tates a r e n o t co n t e n t to refei i t to a n o t h e r such com m ission n o r b a s It b e e n deem e d con­ v e n ie n t, e v e n t h o u g h su c h trib u n a l bo a p ­ p o in ted b y a frie n d l y so v e r e ig n in pow e i in s tead o f t h i s , l t h a s b e e n ag r e e d b y thr p r e s e n t tre a t y to s u b m it th e q u e s tio n di­ re c tly t o a n e u t r a l p o w e r , an d t n e E m p e r o r of G e rm a n y ha* been selected fo r th a t pur­ pose. 1 ne G o v e r n m e n t os t h o U n i t e d State* haft t e i U h a n d s m u c h d o c u m e n ta r y evidence s u p p o r t o f its p r e te n t io n s , u o t before o t w !!!? of’ aiMl on os w e ll aa on m u o f b e t t e r reason to a»*ore t o t b e U n ited S lates the p o a a a w k m « r u>e Ulajt<1 ^ ^ Ju m n _ 2 . l.a * C O N S U L A T B U F F A L O . P E R S O N A L . Baron G e r o l t h a a tak e n vaMaFe in the steam e r o f t h e 25th f o r hom e . A n ad d i t i o n a l n u m b e r o f S e n i o r * have arriv e d . T h e P r e s i d e n t w i l l n o t r e t u r n to W a s h ­ in g to n u n t i l to -m o rro w . H e w i l l probauiv rem a in in B a ltim o r e to - n ig h t. VISITING MILITARY. T h e F i f t h M a r y la n d R e g im e n t w i l l a r r i v e here on W e d n e s d a y m o r n i n g o n ite w a y U* M o u n t V e r n o n . T h e y w ill receiv e a m a r c h ­ in g salu te from th e P r e s i d e n t . T b io re g i ­ m e n t is com p o s e d o f m e m b e r s , so m e ol w h o m w e re i n tb e U n io n arm y an d o t h e r s in th e C o n fed e rate arm y d u r i n g t h e w a r . I N T E R N A L K E V E N U E R E C E I P T S . JThe internal revenue receipts to-day w e re $718,857. T H E L O A N S U B S C R I P T I O N ’ S . S u b s c ription* to th e n e w loan to-day am o u n t t o $124,000. T U R CO N D ITIO N O F FA R M STOCK IN THF. U N I T E D STA T E S . An investigation of thc condition of farm animal* of the United States, recently mad* by the Department of Agriculture, show- that fewer losses either from disease or Winter exposure have resulted during tb* past season than for several rears previ- uisly. Losses amounting to millions of del- ut* bave bs-tn heretofore reported yearly, but no episootic has prevailed lately any portion of the country. Re­ strictive law* and the practice of gather­ ing Texas herds in frontier depots havc reduced the ravages of tbe spliuic fever. The foot and mouth disease which sprcio througu portions of New York and Ne* Eugtand was not fatal and haa nearly dioap- peared. Plcuro-pneumoma has beeu re Jueed to a few cases near the citie* of tbi Middle State*. C^arboa is now almost un­ known in the South. IJor*-« have beei. comparatively healtiij . Swine have exhib tted the greatest comparative mortality, but les* than in former years. Sheep have sul f< red slightly from disease. Farm stock oi all kinds is almost uniformly reported ii good conditiou. The nay crop w »6 short last sea-oti but »• excellent quality. Tbe corn crop was very large aud was fed liberally. Better car. than usual was bestowed upon farm ao main. This improved condition i« at' rii/uie to abundant fetd more than human*- treat ojeut, mid the mildness of the past Winter B A S K B A L L . The Gl\ mp'»c base ball club will leav. here YV -tin m I hv on a graud tour, aud wil. plsy j m.itch with the Haymakers, of Troy. M . , U . - m M m , o T l h , p m p o m l C o l | l » i t NEW YORK. COMMISSION OF APPEALS CALENDAR. New YORit, May 8 .—The following is the calendar of the Commission of Appeals tor Monday, May i): Nos. 104, lu#, 107, 114, 115, lltt, 117. 13, 16, 26, 110. SP E A K E R B L A IN E . Speaker Blaine, alter having been con­ fined to his room by illness at tne F ilth Av­ enue Hotel in tbis city, has sufficiently recovered to return to hu* home in Augusta. Me., for which place he proposes to leave on Wednesday. DRAM ATIC4 F U N D ASSOCIATION. The report of the Secretary of the Ameri­ can Dramuti** Fund Association recom­ mends the election of a uon-profesidonal President and th at four-fifths ol the trustees be non-professionals. TUB GREAT TOBACCO CASE A verdict of $1U4,(V0, the full amount of claims, has beeu relurued for the govern­ ment iu the case against Charles Lihonthal, tobacconist, charged with making false le- turn* of sules. T H E E N G L ISH E R I E CASE. In the rase ofthe English stockholder* against E rie, Justin White, A ssistant Treas­ urer, testified that over $*46,000 was re­ ceived during January from Willard. Mor­ ton un*l Baehe as loans. Jay Gould testified that .be remembered the issue of three mil­ lion convertible 'ootid* durtngDecember and January by virtue of a general resolution of the board of directors. The board was not ic formed of the issue until April. W it­ nesses were examined at great length, and the case adjourned till Friday. T H E LABOR R E F O R M C O N V E N T IO N ^ At the Labor Reform Convention this af* ternoon the fullowTngofficer* were elected for the ensuing year: For President. Wm. B. Green, M assachusetts! Vloe Presidents: Albert Brisbane, New Y ork: Mias E. C. Stanton, New Jersey; Parker IMlUbury, New Hampshire; Horace H. Day, New York; Warren Chase, Missouri; Mrs. Dr. Emma tL still, M assachusetts; Chas. Moran, New York; John Grable, Kansas; C. Young, Maine; John Orvis, Massachu­ setts; E. B. Fish, Pennsylvania; A. B. Brown, New Hampshire; Susar n. A nthony, >(ew York; George Priudle, Iowa; Mrs. L. M. Tilton, Massachusetts; K. Graves, Indiana; John Bishop, Connec­ ticut. Recording secretaries. J . K. Ing$lls. Sew Vork; Win. ilanson. Elmira, N . V . Com ^ponding Secretary, E. H. Hey wood, Princeton, Mass,. Treasurer, L. K. Joslyn, Providence, It. I. Auditor, Herbert Dan­ iel*. Boston. Executive Committee, Wm. U. Gre< ii, J . K. Ingalls, Mr*. E. R. fitill, John Orvis, E. U. Hey wood, Mr*. E- L- Daniels, L. K. Joslyn.,, The closing session was held this even­ ing. The spesk-. rs wer.* Mrs. V. C. Wood- hull, Mis* Katie Stanton, Mr*. E. L. DanicU. Mr. Ransom. Geo. Drury, Inter­ national Workingmen's ftocielv, aud E. II. Hey wood. A resolution «uhmftt«-d by Mr. Hey wood was adopted, catling on the Gov­ ernors of the State* to take possession ot luoug them is the qti<**tfon of I railways os public property and run them - — - ■—/*--• ------- a t co4l TII* ConUKN-MACR FIGHT. Tbe sj/orting fraternity of tbe city are greatly excited over the coming tight be­ tween Coburn and Mace. Large delega­ tion* will leave here to-morrow for Buffalo and Erie, tbe places of rendezvous. It l» expected there will be a general fight be­ tween tbe friends of both men on the car*, aud l>els are freely made that tbe light will never come off. MEETING OF THE REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. A special meeting of tbe Executive Com­ mittee of the General Committee of tbe Re­ publican party was held tbis evening. AH thc tnem.*»rs were present. General Join 1 ocl.ran occupied tbe chair. After som* dUcUio-icn the following resolution wa- au i« »| >t #■* i ; Jles'Aved, Tbat the Democratic Legisla ture ol 1*71. commencing by defrauding om Repub> ic an member of bis seat, ending by the purch i-e of another, has surpassed, if ptoftibie, all previous Legislatures In an avowed contempt of common morality and utter duregard of common decency. We remit both the Democratic p uny and O 8 - Winana, buyer and seller, to tbe just oblo­ quy of tbelr acts. Tbe following gentlemen were elected of­ ficersbeers foror tbene ensuingnsuing year:ear: Geaeraleneral Johnonn portdoty < transit are o f coarse . tb e ir being approved by tb s C o M t ilted M ateo, tb e B r i S l r S G S « . a . F « S — ■ \■ f t e y G j Cochrane, P resident; General Ltoyd Aspin- wall. Vice P resident; D. D Conever. (Sec­ ond Vice President; George F . Coachman and A ndrew Lngglt. Secretaries. A M E R I C A N T R A C T S O C l R l T R E P O R T . The annual report of I be Amartean Tract SoOrt, .h o w . I l K f c l t o f t t o f w i r in donttioB. »b«I ftgB d « : »f2L,*9?.U; s a l e s . 1370 116 4': making w itb balance in trf.w r j . Msa.** 4*)- E*|~dl*orM , »<«,- 787.83. * BaJ»n<* in treasury, $304.67. B A S E B A L L , of base ball to-day between tbe tbe qnestion of tbe North -1 ---- ------------- TTliB^ TbU q»Bttl«B B«T-[ ■af a t . bMB re p a r u d t a b / B B U a d e s a . * Atlantic*, of Brooklyn, and tbe Boston Club, resulted In favor of tbe latter by 25 tORoth- iaf- FOREIGN. A T P A R 1 A P a r i*. May 8 .—All eonthines to go on well. Moohn, Bagne* and Bantra Brnyerea bave received reinforcements. Gar cavalry baa mads a sueeewfnl reoan- MAnDatteHt riS i m Veraailliste near Lev- allots wm surreaMbMy rapoised. Nemotiatiana fbr aa. arm ratios of twonty- flve days are still prugrmwag. P ak u , Monday av—Ing (If— I Dn- out bas been sppotntod to tba e—u—ad of F G « m i L b C b S U b b « ^ B « bBBB tobB B ( M i l ProbkdaU will BBM M 4 * • ■ * * < be Seine until herneevarm. i journals of Parte, evua Ibe teoM u V a eondsam tba acttea of lbs a ffovaramaat arobrtttlag tbo — i u e co lu m n in P la c e V s n d o m a b m 1 y e t b e e n rem o v e d . V e r s a i l l e s , M a y 8. B v s a i n g . — T b a a b a t t e r y a t M o n t r a t o o t op e n e d a r * lire on P a r i a to-day. T b o b o a t) s i l l be resum ed w i t h g r e a t e r 1 morrow. Tbe fire from F o r t a Iasy an d V a a v r u a t o ­ day have been w e a k . O t h e r federal b a t t e r - Ira have kept up a vigor— * e a a a o tm d a . T H E BO R D E A U X t O N G K E W l V e r s a ! i l e s . May K - I n tb o I — i l l y to-day Picard stigmatised tb o p r o tec ted ooa- gres* at Bordeaux a* crim inal, andaftftC— o* ed tbat Step* have been tak e n b y t h e g o v ­ ernm ent to pi event the assem b lage. R l'M O K * O F A PE A C E T R E A T Y . L o n d o n . M ay S.— A ruui Brussels that a fo r m a l tre a t y of beeu sig n e d at F r a n k f o r t . Bia< not yet returned to B e r l i n , b u t Is e there to-morrow. A RJOT AT OLDHAM. There w a s rioting to -d a y a t O ld h a m , a great cotton m a n u f a c t u r i n g t o w a n e a r M a n ­ ch e s te r , o r i g i u a t i u g i n a leek o u t . I t te a o t known th a t a n y Uvea w e r e l o s t BRITISH PARLIAMENT PR OCRXDINUa. In th e H o u s e o f Lord* th i a ev e n in g tb a ^ v e r a i t y tea t bill w a a su s tain e d b y flra iu ita, House o f C o m m o n s t h e dtseoaaton “ P°® “ ® o ew arm y re g u la t io n b ill w a a r e ­ sum e d . An*on, m e m b e r f o r B o w d loy, w h o w a a c o m a stasioaed major ib It— , a f t e r hon­ orable serv ic e r a In d ia, arg u e d in fav o r of the sy s t e m o f purchasing com m issions, re­ citin g tb e u s u a l professional arg u m e n t* ia favor o f t b e p r a c tice. Other m i li t a r y m e m ­ ber* who p a r ti e ip a t e d in the debate w e r e divided u|*>n tb e subjecL C a rdw e ll. S e c re­ ta r y of S ta t e for W a r , den ied th a t th e chance* pronosed by tb e b ill would su b ject officer* lo foes, as com m ission a «oki afnoa tbe introduction of lb e m e a s u r e b a d b r o u g h t full prices. M I S C E L L A N E O U S . SU P R E M E COURT CA L E N D A R . S y r a c u s e , M ay 8 .— T h e D a y C a len d a r for to-morrow a t tb e G e n e r a l T e r m e f th e ftuprem e ( o u r t L as f o llo w s : Noe. Bfi. $7, $6, 14, 108, 117, 121, 123, 129, ISO, 132. TU K CA NAL B R E A K . R o c h e s t e r , M ay 8.—T b e breech In tb e can a l a t Ux4>uw is n e a r l y filled up. T b e w a te r w ill be let in to -m o rro w an d boat* w ill be enabled to pass ou Friday. THE CUAL MIN EUR P h i l a d e l p h i a . M av 8.—A d isp a tch from Hyde P a r k t>ays a large proceeakra of coal miners marched th r o u g h in a t t o w n to ­ day in au orderly manner and bakl a larg e m eeting iu Fellow s' wood* tbi* aftern o o n , isieniug to the u.ldreaa o f President James Keal»-y. T h e y nru firm ly d e te r m in e d to -laud uut till tbeir rights are g u a r a u tee d . HAK.YV AV U NOOLIDATION. Soecial meetings of th e sto c k h o ld e r s o f th e Philadelphia and H e a d ing R a ilro a d C o m ­ pany. Lebanon and Freinont Hal I ro a d C o m ­ pany. an d N o rthern, L lb e r tte e a n d Pfetm luwnfttdp Railroad C o m p a n y , w e r e bald \-day for the purpose o f v o tin g bv b a l l o t on th** joint agreem ent entered into by t h e t w o .alter companies an d t b e R e a d in g re e d fo r conm ilidaih.n an d tn e r g i u g o f tb e a e oom- pauies w ith the Heading R a ilro a d C o m p a n y . The proposition* w ere adopted. T H E CUKNgLTK U T ELECTIO N FRAUDS. S e w H a v e n , Conn., May 8. — T b e eecood -ession of the Legislative com m ittee w a s held here to d a y . A mem orial, w i t h five hundred und fifty-three signatures o f c itizen s who voted for Jew e ll, w as p r e s e n t e d In evidence. T h e testim o n y of counters w a# received to prove that J e w e ll's v a t e * w a s tied up in packages o f one h u n d r e d each. Outside testim o ny was taken to sb o w tb a t 579 w a s tbe Hepublfcan vote au n o u n e d a t ibe polls. T o complete tbe te s tim o n y all the citizens oi the F o u r th W a rd who voted for Jew e ll w e re put u p o n tbe -taud. Three h ind red an d seventy b a v e testified so far, and the investigation ts still goiug on. THE B iri'A T lO N IN CONNECTICUT. H a r t f o r d , Conn.. M ay 8.— A D e m o ­ cratic paper o f New Haven, thc K im City Tress, o f to-dnv, nays G o v . English bus acted too hesiluliugry, but he w il n o t be fouud w a n ting in this critical situ a t io n , lie w ill never yield the possession of lb e fttate records to a mob, hut w ill in aooord- ance w ith his solemn o a th d isch a r g e all o f his duties fearlessly an d fa it h ­ fully, T o attem p t to p r a v e o t him w ill be dangeroui for th e health o f tboee who m ay decide to lig h t it out. T h e state fra* a fine m i li t a r y o r g a n ­ ization. \Yo have alierid h in ev e r y county w b o know tbeir d u t y an d w ili not hesitate to perform it. T h e horae- guunl is composed of intelligent m e n , w b o w iil not refuse to obey tbe o r d e r s o f G o v . English. T h e Legislature w ill m e e t again on W ednesday afteiuocn w b e n it ia expected the committee w*|| faorb concluded its investigations and bt> ready to r e p o r t . FATAL ACCIDENT. H u d s o n , >\ Y .. M ay 8 Marcua M. Reid, a prom inent citizen of KiudLerbook, was throw n from his wagon in t h a t village this afternoon and instantly killed. F IR E . T h e carriage shop o f J . L. G r ig g s In Rhinebeck was totally deatoyed by flra last night. So iuxuiauoe. T U K T Y N D A L E M U R D E R . S p r i n g f i e l d , HI., May 8.— No tra e e h a s been found of the T y n d a le m u rderers. T h e citizens of Belleville subscribed $860 aa a r e ­ ward for tliu arrest o f tbe crim inals. T b a total amount now offered Is $4,300. FENIANIC, In response to a request o f th e co m m i t te e of Irish citizens G o v . i ’ alm c r lia# c o n s e n ted to preside nt tbe reception of O ’D o n o v a a Koftftu aud (ien. B u rke, to trJce place on th e 10th. DELfcAttED. C i n c i n n a t i , May 8.— T b e Infant son of Secretary Helknsp, who has been lyin g r ick here for some time, died to-day at tbe B u r n e t House- HOMEOPATHIC. T h e annual m eeting of th e O h io H o m e o ­ pathic M e d ical ftooiety w iil be h e ld h e r e le ­ m o n o w and W e d n e s d a y . A M IN IST E R IA L B R E A K F A B T . P o r t l a n d , M e., M ny 8.— A p u b lic L r e e k - fost of m inistete and membei a o f tb e E v a n ­ gelical \churches in this city . an d v icin ity took place tbis m o rning, a t w b i e h tb e formation of an international C h r i s ti a n Moral science Association w e e u rged by Rev. D r . i ather. REVENUE MATTERS IN MISSOURI. ST. L o u i s , M a y 8.—G e n e r a l M c D o n a ld, S u p e rv iso r o f I n t e r n a l R e v e n u e , b a a J u s t re ­ tu r n e d fro m a business trip t o t b e Soul k e n * p a r t o f th i s S ta le, and denies b e h a s c e lled u p o n t b e P r e s i d e n t for troops t o su p p r e s s t b e K u K l u x In t b e Second D i s t r i c t o f M l n e a r l . as r e p o r t e d from W a s h in g to n T b e G e n e ral ‘tates, how ever, that some th r e e w r o f c s a jo j e asked f<w a u thority an d m e a n s t o em p ley foroe* sufficient to en a b le t h e \©Hectors t o collect th e re v e n u e f r o m llliu lt distillers tn th e soul b e a s le r u p a r t of t b e btate. Collector M u rdoch ha« s e v e r a l tim e s been opposed b j arm e d b a n d s o f these Illicit distillers, *ud th e i r e m p l o v e n o r friends, aad eame n r M ice been firad upon, and Gen. McDonald tie s tt«ktd fo r au Increased force ter deputy collectors s o b s to cope w i t h armed rastst- a n e e to tb e en f o rcem e n t o f tbe law, b u t at uo t i m e bs* be c a lled ler troops, either te -u p p r e s s tb e K u K l u x or tOcoUecSMTte o u e .. j g j r . B U T L E R A D D R E S S E S T H E 4 MEN. B oston , Hay 8.—Gen. Matter tbe colored efuzcas here th * - \ political subjects. ________ INJURIES BT ACCIDENT. Oliver Diteon, the motfe pnkMik i r , aw d ute wile were severely has neS iteagee— l i injured, end their easehmee had anaffikte broken by betaf ihrawn teem • a a n te f i Ite d*y * CENTRAL A M M ie^ K inqston , Jam., Mny ft.— Advtesa team Aspinwall to the fld state tbat tbe aMSade of the Kept pi River Canal te lftte fimt. C a m mender M M d g e te Mmtrii i U wHb tbe •urvey recently made aad bas o r ta e d another. L . 8. BtBBBSr SIpSB, Bt l 4 took IIB » ( inc. of tbe t - l - rt.o r a a Iks ASaMto .► K Kartod for S a n a a toOa?. r i a n t d h a O m M M B S l I O a IW . olutloB waUBBM a a c S a a p n . T to B a ton- t-klfftial, n a a M a a S a a k r w t t h 5 a r r b t o . . a d t a > a < « a . . r t o a a t o a a a a a . S a w . O o w , a ( r a a a a a , h a a f n a t o S a w T a t o t o Aa a n i t o a l took ptoaa_a» toaato wMth lasted three dsf*. The b e w m r n m m m m m i i i N t e i i i n

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