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V O L . X X V I . F R I D A Y . M A Y 12. 1871. N a 8 6 8 6 . L O S T A N D r O O N D . ___ J DOG L 0 8 1 I - \ ' I FROM -7 BW AN i / a / • M ain 1)1. - I I \ U L, <.M*rxia » n o « -Iff Will 1 ■ S ■« A'l I'K H A V JO H N ISA J-. Kl: llK N i N«_ M l l . k - I OtfT —Y K*» T KKL>AY - ..................... - I , it m'* I 'orH '- 'b 'nlt, ro •aln !’-f \*it f B .i'lir wu: il!.*r*l:jr r-wmr '.- : <>y i> \ i / l l a t ; y * > . \ N A K U A N K L I V . t M* a t M a rk .* SZ7 N iagara at. 4-l'*-3t fl;.: NTfiia. 1’fc-rl. ia ; ; » *I>|«- m ■IUHN s F O R S A L X ^ - H O i S E S . T I A '. K KOR SAI.K—A DKM KAKLK ‘ o T - l*altn*-r etr«-«-t. n t u r V irginia »tr*-«-t; . i r . i B u : lot 9< a x ll2. W tU b e o o ld on »a-y l.K K A I'll K K R IN O . 54 N iagara aU. ror. SA L E —K O .49K I.M sT K K K 'l. A 2 -SToRY ’ Iran.*- houar. In ro m p lrtr «»rl*-r; waU-r anti *1/:u» fix lu r ) - '; lions*- contain* J\ r.iotus. t*»-j -i<l -un-iry . i ..tli.'ijif^ y s . A r. A p p ly ' JO H O T T O -. Pt u f o r s a l e — h o u s e s . a D K M KABLE D W E L L I N G to rent fca-t K axle atreet a 12 “f l* room s. In #»€ o r d e i _______ nr\iVf-tn* n t« ; b \ rt-ntrrt th e p a s t y e a r for » «*); now r r n t lor a l*-r------------ * — * ----- * “ at L E h NAKD an*! Kin- Insurance Agent T O L E T — H O U S E S . SL <\2» • O M A U E S K*>R BALL. 8outi, l»lvl.-!or street, two l-srory I Ljf* ___________________________ e W E O F F E R F o R b A L E A T A BA R G A IN on tasy term * th e line new 2-story fram e . w itu lot 63‘,xllG% . on th e ‘o a 'h s a s ’ c o m e r •/ II .Aaon an*! T e n th su*. L E E A P I C K E R IN G . -A N iagara a u . c o r n e r P e a rL W A K E D i*l ? E A N D O r n C E a ON C E N T R A L W h a r f for r e n t. A I’ll KEUI.Vi*. S t N l a r s r s s t . r o r . PearL e ll R E N T -M Y H . M cCOM B , 5 bO C T H D I- Jgfc VISION ST. I” Fourteen th sL. 1 ^ s t o r y — t l '«• 2 ra >eue*-a s l , brick : ga~ a n d w a ter—$360. n 4 \w a n - t. : ga* a n d w a ter— SS25. V i bw a n st-. 2 -sP ry fra m e : new an*l in first rate or*k-r: I* n -oins: '-e:iar:g.»s a n d w a te r —24®«. *18 i l O A A D Z N G A H D L O D G I N G . J j E b l R A H I . K »!*>t u p : t w o i.E M i . K - ard, o u N iagara *L, n e a r M .in. K it A i i l A I 'i ’E I . , i»- Mam t> . » 4 I’EM M . S I . -A KKW >.K :**• a* * ■ ll 1111 • e 1 r, A KKW >. E N T I. E.YI E X I tagt-s - 22 JJU). I Si N o rm W lui*m stre e t, I-story fram e ; lo t K l IO)—Si o*). , 1 i 38 Nori i* W illiam streeL lK -»t\r7 frxmh i lo t X x | ’ Eagle s treeL tw o fram e c o ttage*; lo t 30 X 4.17 T*w. IILu Street, 1-story fram e , n ew ; lot 27x150— 79 Eleventh streeL 1 fram e, new ; lo t 29x140 !.►' o* i rg ia s treeL D i-etory fram e , co rn e r K fner L — Sl..' >U. At K'n* r »tr*i-t. I-story fram e : a s 1 F o r K E N T —A 2-STOKY B R IC K H OUSE, j B -» w ith w n •«. o u th e u p p e r p a r t o f F ranklin s t ; F O R S A L E —PR E M IS E S N O \ . 5£‘. 536 A N D | tuIT ls a .lesl-aloc reridccee, i.a* .leen IoL and the _ 33? F r a n k lin 6L. lo t i w feet front hy 22n feet In usual e o n renlencee. L T O N , B A K E R k CO., E rie ru th to Pear! sL. w ith tlfree brick house* on lL o r l.»n i o f llc-. W Main *-L _______________________ !22_ * > . « * » » ! ! * X— W < ~ , S r | i i T o i . r T . - » T O TH &TR> ET. A );<H)MV 11- i FO R SA I.E-N O .45U N IA G A R A S T R E E T , A new 2-«fory hrieia house containing all fite .em Im p rovem e n ts ; lo t NixiO*. JO H N O T I O . on fur nl -he lot 25x'86— $050. W ,i. r . l - . M - y . ' y i r u i i r l B i O i i lo t — $2,200. :-jQ K o u r iecU i streeL J v ' T / l*'l 4'-xI»4 D W E L L I N G S FOK SA I.E. , . jto r y fram e cottage, lu good or*ler; ga*. | KTTTt S2BU. , 33 F.-.-.u.U n s t. a d e s irable suit of room s, new ly I fi.ni-hed: ga«. w a ’e r and c e llar. Item SAW- 562 S. D ivision »t.. new fram e cottage, now being irtiiT . RentS^JO. I *1 - I.V i W A N A - x i . >1 A L E *. In ti.*- c ity and co ixl salaries o r llber.« A M ) V EM A L T I p er . io .1 I H L L P W A N T n D - I E M A L i . S , 104 re.pinc*! e» l ) i r . KLLII.O T I r. W \ ED A ';I R I . w M ‘i ris. .-ral Lousev*. i ! r .» m all fat, • w a g e . *?lit 4.VI 4.. DEI. A W A R E A V K N I: E (THK I P i r -■ L- s. F.S-...I for f l n i K t -SAN KURD, jg W e s t Sw an *u r-.R \A L E - S T D K K NO. 31 MAIN \T R E E T, g Ta In • p th to W a shington sL Jo H N o T 'l “ I Ib arl - L ________ e cl I . larol f i F r a n k lin streifL 3-story b r l r k : lot 30x138. V-‘ I’e a r l Vr< *d. 3 - s to r y b r i c k ; ga«. w a t e r , b a t h . 4U K iexenth streeL ly»-«tory fram e : gas. w a ter, b a t h ; lot 4Dxl2tk 149 Eagle stre* t, 2-story brtck and w ing; gaa, w a ter. A c .; lot 38x1 IS. 114 b*. ilh D ivision s treeL 2-*U,ry and a t t i c brtck ; g»*s w a ter, b a t h ; l o t 35x113. t8 rsouin D ivision s tr o - t. 2 - s 'o r y ; g .s, w a ter, bath. Kagie stSsc-i, 2-story b r tc k ; gaa, w a ter. A c . ; • | 224 Kagie . i lo.t3ixl8L ; H E A L E S T A T E FOR SA L E AT R F D fT KD • price* U ' Close an e s tate. T h is p r o p e r ty Is « c |- i _ improves] an*l rents-*! t o first-* ias* tenant*. I'artl* -1 , — lar a fu rnished by H i ME k sAN FO R D , 16 W . sw a n 3»8Jersey street, 2-story brick and w ing: lo t f t »). 1*12 N inth s treet. : “i-s t o t y brick • ga*. w a ter, bath. 237 N inth s tr e e L 2-storv brlrk ; ga». w a t. r. Ac. LY O N , B A K E R A CO., E rie L a n d Offlce. No. 348 M ain '•U f o r s a l e ( h e a p . 2-story fram e house, in gc^.d P rice »U.*,V j . 2-story fram e h ouse. L o t 2fix i. 22 Norrl condition; I*.i No. Z! i lift*,i L a n d j r IS ' . r.m 1170 'I V \ v A' \ /: , - ; e x . p W A r i r u D . r p i N s M i r m W AN 11.D 1 A p p lv bet W*ei. IJ au-l W A i r n t H . '. I m a n to W l II ollli e an*1 * irl to do g e n e ral i c*.me well recom - _ .i2 8 -:f A < O M P tt'l EN i apply- • •' •' \ I O M I'E I RN I No. 22 C a n -y s tr e e t , l>,-story fram e house; lot 66x !•*. V.-ry l-.n at »4.iy Nrj.213 Seventh ’re»L v*utheast co rn e r of V lr- F.ET ST O R E FDR SA L E —WF. ,-e on M ain stre e t, Ictw e c n Swan n-eis. LY O N , BA K E K k CO.. E r ls Lurid OKlre. *46 Ma‘n st. 618 K SALE—III *I!SE A N D LOT, ieca vt. Lot .■S.’x lin, wiUi go«i ‘ * k to froui. Hou.-e 1 ' i*lL w ith a g ^sl dry cellar ________ walk t o rd e r through- a y ■* — I d ry cella r under all. C o n tains ten ■•I les am p le pantries, cb ln a closet* an*! ••<1 a n d ; 4Vr» KIRsT-C LA S o D W E L L IN G S FO R BALE. kin, De elaw law a re 5U. r _____,rlrk .. I f»-et to a lley ; b 2 D a re sL C H A P P E L L . 343 Main s 2-Btory b , w ith all m o d e rn ------------ ey. lot IOC |)K SA L E . : 27x_l_.o_2i_.xo. - . T A L E S . I*i49 MAIN ;CL l-Bt*-r>' fram* -story fra m e ; lo ; lo t 30x 25x39- !|7- Malu s L .2-story b r ick ; gas.’ w a ter, kc fn>l t<> N o rth l’*-arl ~L (JU IK-laware sL. c o m e r E a g le, 2-story fram e , wllL brtck a*l*Sltion: gas a n d w a ter. •*4 J o h n son Phi*-*-, t-s to n r brt<k ; pas. h o t and r*,l*l w:4 1 e r. and *>lber m o d e m Im p rovem e n ts ; lot 32xlV. w tth l.rick barn. Ui I . iiiw*,o* 1 avenue, southw e s t corner Sum m e r et.. 2-tftorv fram e , new ; flrst-*-lass h o u s e ; lot l(jnx250. 'J4 .r.huson i'lace, 2-story l.rick: gas, w a ter, i c , ; 1 - j b u lst: room y , a n d to be tw ilt very tastily . R e n t 22 Al.ply w A. N. W IN h H I.-, d'4 _____________ •> __________ N o .00 E a s t Eagle*L ' Jtk TO 1C E N T - l ) W E L L IN GS.-227 FRA N K L IN B S 9L. 2-s!..rl(-> b r i e -:-$■«*■•. * j*) '..-o r g ia -L..’-a to r 'e s b rick—$3110. 121 W e s t M oli*wkaL, V-atories n ud basem e n t brtck —26110. 11 W e st C h lppew a s L . 2 -etorles a n d basem e n t b rtck 1 « Neventh *L, 2 -storles a n d baaenic-nt b r ick—2*nu. 233 E. Eagie -u. 2 -s*ories a n d b aa-.ment brick—24*0. 42 M organ s c . brick— 2375. 15i C o u rt s t., b rick—2325. . 1.316 D e law a re a v e n u e , 2-storles and w ing, b r ick , Ia72 \ rr a m * n»’sC. 2 -storles a n d a ttic b rtck—*250. W e st i hlppew a s u , b etw een M ain and P e a r l s t s . . u p p e r ,t..riei»— 0 . % Cnlon •! . 2 -st-*r 1 e s fram e — *325. 212 T h ir teen th St.. 1—u .ry f ratne— *120. *35 Eleventh sC, 2-storles f ram e —2i*4). y N o rris P lace. J -stories fram e , w ith barn— *300 77 P a r is h sL, 1 ^ - s to r ie s fram e —f ISO- iirs i v x . - s P f o p k k t y — 84 Pearl s tr e e t, s t o r t —*1.9)0. 217 M ain s t n e t , s tore—* 2,0 e. C h icago sC, 3*) rout n o r th o f E x c h a n g e —$ 350 . I 'Ulcago s t.. 6U feet n o rth o f K x e h a n ip— *30). W a rehouse an*! nOlces o n c e n tra l W h a rf. Offices a n d room s in the B a n k of A lU c a building, co m e r o f P e a r ! ai.d c a s t s . liockag)* o n the Bulfalo Illv e r, betw een Com m er­ cial and D o ck sts. 2.UUU feet o f dtx-kag* on th e E r ie Basin. A lso, a lot o n thc southeast co m e r of E r i e Canal and M a irland sts. L E E A PH KEU1-NG, 34 N lagara aL, cor. Pearl. d is ier Oak a n d Noi irtiiw est c om .ry brl* k. w ll ---------- . . _ . ........ . Bv H I ' M E A 8 AN F O R D . 16 S\ e s t Sw b o n I. 1 in In a n <u ^ibx-ke.l^ fro* k hull ling ’ w ; VV' L V o N . b a r e r V l i l 'M . MAN M i l l I E A V ' »lt ' 1 < > FOR •ry fr. iii*-: JA I.E. —No. 472 N iagara *u : lot 30x120 P r ice *4.5**' iry ir a m e . P r ice *LN«i. 1 .ry fram e . P r ic e *3,0uu. n ;i *L, 2->U>ry b rick, basem e n t and attic. .b e a t s L ; 1 ^ - s to r y fram e. P rice $3.wo. ,i* *-ri -t.. D .-etory G o thic f ram e . P r b c J2.CW. alia st., tw o i-sto r y fram e cottag e s ; each P r ice \:X> 31 a-ii L I G H T F l'L ' LV H K M lii N • K a u S T N L » S C H A N C l S . ORE H i L l I A N D M IL L IN E R Y .* I’M K E i:i s .1 N iagara s r . . ., T V H ) I 1, b l'< i l l Y IIIUCK 1 e r - f r ale ch* a p orn I I’ ll fv E U IM .. » N iagara SL.*- ln hue order. XV. 357. and 369 Elk « . , new brtck cottag* . 23_' ao , *-a*-li. K i. ■* : st . a block of aix 2 -story brtck h o u s e s near ( I r * fit 11 -t. Price, eacii 2 jg*in. tl*.\* ~ a v e n u e , c o m e r o f N o rth W a shington, three vr«M»len coti.cges, nearly new. P rice $1,9*1 e ach. I | v. \ lrglm a st.. rtr*t bouse from N iagara sL,2-story brick ; g as. w a ter, and cellar. Pri* e $4.(»U. ! LOTS F«'H SAI.K. -D« law a re s l . near V irginia, east -i I. : will sell 3«. 4d. . .r 55 l***-t a t $ I50 p e r f«8.L itn *L, opposite the C a thedral. P r ic e $115 KOK K E N T . 4C. D elaw a re streeL 2 -sto r y b r tc k : gas. w a ter, bath. A*-. 112 P e a rl St., 2-story f r a m e ; gas, w a ter, b a th, A c .: h a r n . ‘ 2 ;.'. P e a rl st.. 2-story, basem e n L b r tc k ; gas and w a ter. 217 i ’e a rl «L, 2-story, basem e n t, b r tc k ; gas and 1«1 Oak sL. 2 -storv. b a sem e n t. >>rtck: gas a n d w a ter. HEM E A NAN F O R D . 16 W e s t S w a n sL HOUSES TO K E N T —W E H A V E A SU M tier o f h ouses to rent, a t a reasonable figure' . . „ e baJam e of the a e asoa. H O W A R D k C H A P - P E L L M M a te s t. ____________________________ k g f3% F o i l K E X T - T H E U P P E R ST O R IE S O F Klai the n e w brick bnll-ilng ou the north sl*le of C lilppew a St., U t wcen-Mnin a n d P e a rl sta ; a c a p ita) Ifx nti.iii f-.r a n r r tid iisa boarding house. L E E A P I C K E R IN G ..34 N iagara st_, c o r. PearL 17 l-t * *t. L Y u N A I4AAER, /y* y< IK s £?Iia 7 w*'1 . DVVKI.LIN.*st»N T E N T H . A Pl« K ilR l j.*.t= **n n o rtlierlv side o f E x c h a n g e ft. through to 1 (*arr.,|| m.. ).* twc«-n H a m b u rg and J e fferson streets, i P r ice *25 im r f* * L I i.*'!-* sa*ne a s last, e a s terly of V a n R e n sselaer s t . : price. ni w e s terly Side of Griffin St.. betw*y*n 1 ange sts. I*rl*-c $ 12.60 jx r f *<>t. 1 \ I . E.—Several *lesirabie farm s for iljoinlng *• 0 T ’. I.in* I* T O L U T — R O O M S . FOR’itr V I - - P A R T O F TH K O F F IC E o c ­ cur* * *l bv the undersigned, suitable lo r a law o:.\ o f ;hc ill**-' ileslraole location* ln th e c lty . ARDS A L l.c K L A N D , No. 2 B row n 's B u lld- L E T -F K O M MAY 11 In r 1 KLAN1 O N E H A L F OF occupied by th e At- g rap h >«. Also office and 1 prem ises. Apply to E l > i ’ s Kuildl;aln g a FA It MB r-'K & VERY 411 I IIill I N 't T . ’AM I! -The o f the A. N. W IN SHI P . N. ■ ■ ; will m ake surveys I c.*m;.aiiles lu the h i L i C E U - A K E O . I S . I.A lt P R O .tF S T E E L - A l K K ^ 8 L o w p r h e d H o u s e : f o r s a l e . I ATle:i - T e - .t - N o . 225; 1 *. s tory fram e, lotZ7>*xl2i K S A L E -P R O P E R T Y ON T H E » cor c r o f W a shington and .\••••tl ly a*lxpted for a foun*lrv. JO H N 10 E. F a c ie s t . _ U T H - T-'U R N lN H E D A P A R T M E N T S TO R E N T - W K I ’ hav*- lour o r dve furnished ap a r tm e n t, c o n tain­ ing from tw o to v x r*x*riT ea. h, furnlfhed w iih nearly al! u*,c*--).arv furnit ire for housekeeping; ix.ssesslon f rom 1 !: I f to tn<- I'-th of May. Apply at S o . 5 N iagara s \ LEO N A R D W ILSO N £ SON. Re.*: E s tate and !:iMirancc A p n t x . ___________ d26 A 8 U 1 T o K r.o-'.M S ON MAIN ST R E E T TO re n t ; fine c h a n c e for light business. - 0 . a house o n 1’eai I Mr* o '. In i * n tral location, •nt, with :i UdV .-in‘1 tw o . idldren as tic.arders. I MU E .1 SA N F O R D , 16 W e s t Swan st. K E N T W IT H HOARD — T H R E E connecling, w ith closets, er. with first-class board, •nt a nd 1 he location c e n tral. E rie L a n d Office, 346 Main C O A L A H D W O O D . D U D L E Y A B A J U T U M , D E A L E R S IX h a m a n d S O F T C O A l a . OFF1CRS: N e x t d o o r to B a rnum 's G r e a t V a riety Store. Y a r d —Ohio # l . opposite N iag a r a E L v a to r , B u f­ falo. N . Y . eS D O C K A G E . H a v i n g a tlie e a st I ______ pared lo f u r. l b dockage a m i s torage I oer, kc. ’i h e Buff ii >» reek R a ilroad pi am j» e - )Wl. lU'U- s 9 rough rs ror anjr point. -------------------------- Office, cor. Seneca and W a shington 31 a. A p r il 28 1870. __________________________ el-6m A la r g e q o a n tU y of H A R D A V D S O F T C O A L ! FO B BALK. CORDtt O P C A N A D A W O O D (Bes«h ' 1 stick o r saw e d o r s p lit, ln a a y p a r t o f th e c ity. 1 m a d e to d e a lers. D A R L IN G k M O N T A G U E Q U E E N C ITY 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 . Office. 299 Genesee St., Buffalo, N . Y. K on h s n d also, a superior quality o f H A R D A N D »FT W OOD fo r sale, sawed and split, o r ln the stick, d e livered ln a n y p a r t u f th e c ity. D e a lers w a n t- before purehaslng elsew h e re. _________________ ^ J O A L ! CO A L N IA G A R A CO A L Y A R D W ill sell a t low e st m a r k e t r a tes HARD, SOFT AND BLOSBURG COAL Ohio s tr e e t. B ranch Office, 3*3 __________________ T H E O D O R E B U L L . w n . C O A X . 1 B T X The Delaware and Hudson Canal Co’a L A C K A W A N N A COAX, Office a n d yard. M ain s treet. h3-ly _______ Screened and delivered ln g o od condition ln title s to s u it purchasers. P rices for the prese ton o f 2 UUU lbs., delivered w ith in the old c ity T o n . G r a t e ..................................*9 4U E g g ...................................... 9 50 S to v e .................................. 9 75 C h e s tnut ........................... 9 75 R T o n . $4 W 4 86 quan- n t , ner llnuis. R J c * . $2 50 *50 2 66 2 55 G. K. W ILSO N A CO., Office. 3U6 M alp st. a n d »> ( ihlo st.. cor. M ississippi. 1 8 1 1 . C O A L . 1 8 1 1 . LAFAYETTE COAL COMPANY, Office No. 20 East Sensoa St., W ill sell until fu r th e r noUce LACKAW AN A and I I T I 'S T o N COALS a t the follow ing prices per to* or »JU lbs., delivered lu any p a r t of the old c ity lim its, o u ts ide o f w h ic h a sm a ll charge w ill b e m a d e for c a r ta g e : T o n . R Ton. X Ton. Sf 40 *4 SO *2 50 9 50 4 85 2 60 9 76 6 0U * 60 9 75 5 UO 2 « G r a t e ................. U k ............... C h e s t n u t .......................... 1 8 7 1 . C O A L . 1 8 7 1 . THE ANTHRACITE COAL CO. G e n e r a l Offioe, No. 221 M a in Bt. i t s o , FO O T O F G E N E S E E St., W ill seU u n til f u r th e r n o tice these celebrated ,i . at tlie following prices per ton o f 2000 lbs., d elivered In any p a r t of tlie old c ity lim its, outside o f w h ich a sm all c h a rge will b e m a d e for c a rtage. D U R I N G T H E T Z A R 1 8 7 0 T H E SA L E S O F T H E SINGER ‘ SEWING MACHINES A m o u n ted to the u n p r e c e d e n ted num b e r of 1 2 7 , 8 3 3 B e i n g 4 1 , 0 5 2 O m S a U . o f 18 6 9 , a a * 4 4 , 6 2 5 M o re th a n sold by any oi our com p e titor*. O u r com m e n ts a r e unnecessary. J. S. DAWLEY, Generali Agent, 402 M A I N ST. E . B tT T T E R IC K A CO.'S C E L E B R A T E D PATTERNS OF GARMENTS 402 M A IN ST. G A S F I X T U R E S ! G A S F I X T U R E S ! V S T 4 85 Ton. G r a te .................................... *9 40 E g g ..................................... 9 50 Stove..................................... 9 75 C h e s tnut .......................... 9 75 6 00 T e rm s s t r ic tly Cash w h e n o rdered. G E O R G E D A K IN , D a ted J a n . 26. 1371. A g e n t. W # hav* lust received a N E W and L A B U I A S ­ SO R T M E N T O F GAS FIX T U R E S , consisting mt GLASS CHANDELIERS VERDE ANTIQUE CHANDELIERS, GILT CHANDELIERS BRONZE CHANDELIERS. PENDANTS, HALL LIGHTS, NEWEL POST FIGURES, PORTABLES, DROP LIGHTS. M Ton. • 2 5» 2 50 2 0* 2 CD J. T . HOOLE k CO.. D E A L E R S EN H A R D A N D S O F T C O A I * . Office No. 29 E. Seneca St., Cor. Washington. E L L I S W E B S T E R , WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEAJ.ER IX ANTHRACITE, BITUMINOUS AND BLOSSBURGH • C O A I * . CONNELLSVILLE AND PITTSBURGH COKE. O F F I C E and Y A R D . 219 E R I E St., t o C o lt Blip. PA R T IC U L A R A T T E N T IO N P A I D TO ORDP.RS. l Tl >V i H tT II. I’.iltlnlo 1 i i > 1C I I E S T . !*• u '!'•■) T H E f . i t i t . BA •: P JO I IN \ I I >. H IJV a rl ■ g U T C l I E I t F1XTL U E » - N». S>*9 W est F d r t f - f i r s t sL, n e a r E igh th a r ., N \ trrk- F. GALLON T - B K S H igh .vhi?^’AlVVilf-LV’dr.-1 'ill'-*. R i- c tllirdW III-! Old U C - * .......... S!I*I vv; , ! r •-••s.- !,; vain.' rHj.'diy. Cali s ..,.,11 at | J . r V i v t i v i - m . f „* ,.* ' V* < ■< I'd M 8. N >. ft - ■•ut I; I »i v 1 I'm s t. ___________ ! t.>r laf last • - t*. * -t al.lUli p:> v lng v»ry 1-* rg r K ‘ IC SA I.E 1 HE K E d ||> K \( - «»F REV. M. ! 1 ' \ N* R A K E R A CO., E rie L a u d Office, Jgffl ilall** r i, *>n tin s . u tth w a t c r n . - r «*f I .luw I | • ____________________________________ ,t a »• ••ii*ie by l«’ *. btory, wi-ll <1 >' cellar und, r wl trees. Miiali f r u it • I. 1 ilt* lion I’ll Hi liloni F O R S A i J i . m SAI.K -K< )Jt T l f E . ’U R P C f i r F ilerslkiicit offer jtrainl** •* k n o w 1 In g tin- N ew N *;i E ric U allw av 1 th e F u rn it tt 1 T h e Hotel Ii te r m s. »|*l*'y *M T. M c - b . t: u„'*V lease 1 tal H o tel. « 11 . r r . a n d .*»■ . \ .. togeth ln good * > iiIti t ord ’. . H. Kx* c n kppt* l l . ____ F«‘i: SA I.K —122 nlcte Sn all It • re- IliltT hnti.w. a:i*i f* I tl.e 1 - 1 .,-t *l,-lra:.> lo. I O T T O .81 Pi a rl -•. j '/Sf FIR S I-C L ABB ii C\S ti.r 4:ilc. Th** ! F ■*.. . Nm. 22ii N la / a r a si rli-a b l 1.. w ith t.-wcr. I a l.rick bu>*i •••. the all.' * 1.4 . : , FARM F t ‘R BALK—R E S T G A R D E N LA N D - , IT- . in tv. Must be sold b* close ut an !•.-• V « -;nte.2V . acres, two nttl-. s front the C\urt!iout.o. II n .l, W ill u- - ............................ — f 5 h'w u n ' • •VARD A ( 11A P P E L , 348 1 ill the city, l*K .\K L ST SAI.E < K E T ; RA N D ISLA N D , good; sult- K< IK R E N T - I H E KINK. STORK. NO. 207 M ain S i n t . A p p ly on the prem ises, o r to 1& iT C K K K IN G ,34 N iagara St., cor. I’earl. -3 ? S f( > l;F. D W E L L IN G A ND P A R S T o K E N T and et.a’k «*f g.xvla f o r ('■•mer o f C o ttage atreet in 1 Day's P a r k : a -t .n-. dw el lng and barn, •% ith ail c onve-lence*, and ln n gn.id neighborhood l.ir an eM.-nblvi* fam ily grocery and |irovi>|. n Ht*>n*: dw e lling lire. 7 <>rfi r.> in=. AU w l.l be rented a t the l.»w p rice of *360 p e r y e a r. A p p ly at No. 5 N iagara s’- LE o .N A R D vt ILSON A o ON, Real E s tate and H. LIN D E R M A N , (Successor t o C. H. D u d ley A Llnderm aR.) D e a ler ln and sh ip p e r o f H A R D A N D S O F T C O A I * . Office Cor. Erie and Terrace Sts. ,* llrol dan : 1 I. a**rt*> n e a r d h e e n w a ter; bulldlngi • •• • • ■ - - ...............- 11 r ' aid*' plaec for a boat flub. r business p u r p o s e s ; <*ne *»f 1 a . . , . , t v . large d a iry farm s. . .. Ions in tfie city . J ' U N | Also, a c h o ice tru l l farm of 50 acres. 400 trees, I'l a c res <>f No. 1 p eacli land : good bn I $■? iter a c r e ; c h e a p e s t l a r m in E rie County. I c l i JO H N OTTO.H1 Pt ORE o f Jo b 4 kiotise i !*• front. JA R V . Mo* scaring ! lings; trl sL FO R R E N T .—(-STORY ion- o n w e st s ide o f M ain St., m a r Seneca p L. upled by S. B e rgm a n . E*q. W iil be rented f..r one o r m o re y e a rs, trom May 1, 11*71. LV B A K E R A | FARM FOR SA L E AT A B A R G A IN .—C _ a**re* in llatav la, n e a r F'-a^t Pem b roke, N s fr*.ni d e p o t: tine o rch a rd , au abum iain'c o t . sm all ll f r u its, good house a n d barn. A p p ly to JO O HN N : •T T. •. 81 IV arl sl k cuple d uore y e a rs , tro m May IF E r le L a u d «*fflcc, 346 Ms: f f i T O L E T — 8 T ( st. Apply to C O A L . T n e llotVl to now ..[.*\.> in' ! ! • rii.od n * .;i r. K r !. . i.-« t. 'l id - is ..ii.- *f the H i\'' C-*r T iV k f r ’ a sm a fr u its . g.«o<I hou3e a n d barn . A p p ly to J H I t - V M o S . . I . . - ) * . ' * v « . ) • * - ’ A * _____________________________ 3 - ' . . . . v . v r i T V r .. ,T i 1 *»\ FOR SA L E OR E X C H A N G E .—A MOST - * V f t \ 1 1 11* •(« Y A R D KoR f xl.F. o N W l l ,- W jll 8 AI.I • N \ . lo\ M N rll,.\, 1 ,VJ> \ deslrtit.le f a rm of 13» a c res In a high sta te of „V|V. t I. *r* V a r ts. I . i 9\x >••. w ith kffi fottagi*; |:i g-tal o n ler. JO H N I , ’•* iudtTvallon, ,*•< aU-d favorably n e a r t h e d e ix it ati*I In ............ f. i- rns. ali* is. ct*-.: g'\>'l 1 •“ '• I I’earl st. _ ________________ t'.c lake w ine grow ing region, w ith 16 acres o t vln«- ror a 11111 w 'n a n ■ r ' • 1 : l r S ' > ' 1- E V \ N . | ^ , .. , , , , i t h d i v i s i o n sT yard, m o re than l.tMt choice fru it tr«eA a fine l*r|ck IIA K F Vt t • •- Krl. ' a:. , • ••' . f* M • \ - t. aH A S e i r • • « I w l.rth l.eVklii* a t IceJ-s*. large h a m s , wagon b!u**l« and w o rk,l..r»i. It . „ . ' / r f ,r .*••) '• '; ; ' v / c r ! • , ') - . p t l r t H t ,ook!V .V i will be a* iid ou reasonable term s o r e x -hanged for 13 1 N E LOTS FO R R K - I D E N i i t s FOK ? A i. r. 1 . _ ' . — vessel property. Api»ly to JO H N O T T O , 8 i Pearl r L - _ ■ t r . t I J firiR B T -C L A S S BKU K DWELLINGB FOR I • k f m m i . _________________________________ W _ M tt*!'\ i o iiU o ’'tJ . \ - \ ’ *• fM d CNortV,f w'i\- • FARM W O R T H 225,'M). FOR W H IC H A mwx! ' o n . 1 I M r. , r „ i ^ • ' I ' r.i Mvl* amlT-oJiv.-n- T h*mse w e st s ide o f Main s l w e rti. *Sxx, will he w i n '**• » \ ’ •! In 1 , l '1 l\ •l,-? ..... ?• ,K , , 1 1 ’• i , ... 1,1 , 1 , 'i.-, r K.-„. „ „ tAken 1n exehanire, ltalance on easy term s . .Mao. a I •K F K 'N <** \ — ,rT\ r t * • • • \ • I'l\ |1 ' >'•■'• 1 ,1 ! n.‘..u. •.. “ . ruV... —.—ii. sir. m i r.-.* wht.-h I mprove m . m l M tT n m iw rtv M O K T G A G F 8 . N \ B U IL D E R S 1 v hi ch t will sell • ,,.t dow n . H t ') - ; - f o b s a l s - f i . . * .................................... ■aad. m Ih c h e r r y tree-. a'* I ’otn t. n. a r tb* I - tl cltv pr >,>er'T Will be P i t h ! ' ttlN '* . cor- M a ? \ f i KIN - H O U S E S . \ID E N C E FOR store o r »a •<> lo K x U 7 't . J O H N ‘ P i t B A K E 606 SOUTH D1VIS!' A FAR M W O R T H $25.'M>. F o K \ \ H w est sid e o f Main »l w o rtii **AA> w ill lie n In exi hai ge. balan c e o n ea sy term s. Aisr »rth Slfi.tUO, for w h ic h lm <1 c ity p ro p e rty Win be taken f *r a large portion ot price, by if' >W - AKD ft ( H A P P E I .L ,348 M ain a t. 119 o il- iro n t I.j'ri r t t t d n f o r a ? « A Y‘.»U S A L E .-A D E S I U A R L E FARM O F «! r e p a ir , w ith fine garden, lot J L « ' 7 »• f -• w ithin th r e e m iles o f M ain on I'o 81 P e a r t - ' ii5 (ieiu - i'e -tre»-t r* w l . opposite ( l a r k s Distil!* ry. — — W ill cTcjm: for a f a r i u otat*out lau acrc-a Ap,>Iy ANO FIRST-CLA S S e, w ltli all the m o d e rn lin- *.f Kerry -tc.a t. w.-st ».f IR-!- T e rm s easy. F. B U E L L . 2 •r a t a n u o to E D W A R D S ft BU C K L A N D , No. 2 Kulhllnga. T O L E T — H O U S E S . KIN 2- MA NSIC lie t :i Main SA L E I riK Kl s l - i» Co III.* through t o r *r* tri e». -Ill aT.bery. A • * •*' light fill and desirable r e s . 1 . « k ,r . L E E ft iK . K E L I N ' .1\H S •TTt ,<). 22\ SU M M E R S T .- A K INE | fflffij 1*« KI.I IN 'iS A ND A P A R T M E N T S TO cottage. Very p leasantly l*vate*I E i rent. \\ e liave two or tlin e dw e llings and a r. r.r :)ir.'ii'.>li*.ut. Lot «3x2i**, well num b e r o f a p a r t i i r n t s s n o t y e t rente<1. t . n d t; n- r .etv of f ruit. A good barn on th e ] ants a r e w anted. No. 5 N iag a r a st.. I.EON ARD ■o-,^L$NV. F o r term s , ftc., apply to ! W ILSON ft SON. *6 1 P e a rl s t rl sts. ____________ tb ALE o k K* a t 1 AST wD',\| in tbe'«3lie flo r wl'l'tn- n-nii'-d'h.w .‘‘\ a i * ly -I * N l ^ ta r a 8 t. I.F o N A R D W ILSON A s o N . B a a l E s ta te a n d inauratt e Ag« nl — ! M 'iR K ST 1 112 Spaulding's Building-- R e a l F l V n f - V f i .. ■ - . V .-.ll- S T T i S S f S K . S m V \'W 4 iiii.> O r r . . P e a r t at. — b s h u 4 T j 1 \ \ H O USES A v ! • LO T S IhtB ]k 5 . Saic. P r ices a n d te n n s very liberal, w ith Ioi- r b r t c k ; gaa and flx- — nn of the SA I.K —T H E LE A S E . G OOD W I L L A ND fu r n itu r e ot a nr-t-cla-*- hotel. T h is li.itel ls ly located aud is now doing a good and paying oiisiii* s i. T h e present p r o p r ie t o r has a four years '* use from Mav next, at a l*jw rent, but w bl s* 11 a t a low figure, as he has o ther business o u t of the city with ft di m aielk Ids p e r - o u a latU 'iitlon. Inquire of H O W A R D ft ( UA P P F:LL. _________________ a3U a FOR SA1.F. BY M. M COMH, NO. 5 S O UTH D ivision sL .>1 l e u th s l , tn a t desirable IS - s to r y fram e dw e il- Ing.ln exi t llcnt c o n d ition; lot &>xl\u; will st-ll c h eap, as Ute p a r tie* a r e g oing to leave the c i t y ; call s*>*.n. P r ic e # 23 i«i. 1 « Util St., th a t lV » t o r y f ram e dw e lling. In flne conditio n : lo t 5 * x l.vi; will seU cheap an.l on ea»y teriii*. l ’rtee $CiH). lit) P r o s p e c t a v e n u e, that C-^L'rv fram e dw e lR n r. ' Ui g.Mxi o r d e r ; lot *5 by U*«N; w in s*\\ r..r *aaoo; 1 term s e a sy. \ I - « r —^ —l.l. —: _ 1 3 1 numb* unt 4 a Wild! ftffi T«» R E N T .—\t )6 D E L A W A R E ST.—*560. Jj3L 4*>; Waslihigtonstn—t—$<M>. 4.‘i Washington street—$650. 2t>.' Fait >w an street—*160. »' Norrl4 Place. Day’s Park-2350. 124 North William -'reet—$360. 20ft Clinton street—*30>. 62\ K111*'• *11 Street —*275. 75 Jt’an Keunsalaer stn-et—$108. 760 Chicago street—3*»t. $ < _e5 _____ 3 _______ JO H N O T T O . 18 P e a rl flfi'l'O KENT -THK Pl.K A-ANTI.Y L< *< A I gothic house N a 5 Wadsworth Park. L I ! PICKe RING. 31 Niagara St.. cor. I’earl. M O RT G AG ES W AN T F. L>. — $5UJ lu first-class mortgages; purche gages preferred. I1UME 4 SANFORD, H To INVEST :y n iort- 5 W e st M ^NEY. MONKY. — PURCHASE MONEY xu'irtgagea waateci by HOWARD ft CHAl’l’EL, 318 At sin sL e31 M ORTGAGES FOK SAI>.—$17,U0U MORTGAGE nayabl*- l*i ‘ annual payments; $6,nO\ mortgag*- pavabi<-’i.i 4 an,mal payments; 2 1 ,'XC mortgage pavabl.-in* annual payment*. LY O N , BAKER ft co., Eric I.an*I office. J 16 Malr.su ki9 P R O P O S A L S . P r o p o s a l s f o r S a w e d T i m b e r . U n i t e d S t a t u s E n g i n e e r O f f i c e . , OSWEGO. N. Y.. May 9. 18711 ( OE.Vl.EI) PROPOSALS WILL BE REUEIVFI) *~ at this office until 12 M.. Friday. June 9, 1871. foi furnishing sawed timber and Iren for crib work at Furt Niagara. N. Y., according to specifications u, b«- seen iu this office. Form*, contracts and Iionds as u«ual The right Is reserved to reject all bids deemed dl 6 - advantageoQa. JOHN M. WILSON, c9-6t Major of Engineers, U. S. A. R . B . D A K I N & C O . , D e a lers ln H A R D and SO F T COAL. Offir* S13 M a in St.. o p p o site Cftiurchcs. D E C O R A T I O N . J . J O S E P H S , H O U S E , S I G N AJ*D FANCY PAINTER, 4 * E x c h a n g e s u , Buffalo, W. Y. G r a i n i n g , M a r b l i n g SILOING ON GLASS. W ALLS AN D C E IL IN G S K A L C O M IN E D n tb e best m a n n e r a n d w ith dispatch. SHADES, GLOBES, &c V e r y L o w P r i c e s . W. H. GLENNY, SONS & CO, 246 M A I N ST R E E T . N E W STORE. B Y T E L E G R A P H . O f l e U l V « t W B e p e r t . VT»r D .p ^ u a < T .t. f c r , , . . . . l a l u a » m j . « Of T * , ™ . M f c p o r t . to r U . benefit of Com m e rce. M eteorot«^triU Record. W ASHntCTPR, X t y 11 r -%• M B Y F O r s l * FO R FA S T M H o u r s . T b e barom e ter bas fallen very generally eest of Lhe R o c k y M o u c ta lna, ttie arena mt high sag jww l»re*»nre having moved slow ly eeetbeastw a rd. A severe storm passed over a sm all portion e f G e e igta and Sooth C a rolina du r in g t b e night, a a d a a o tb a r ts forralng In U p p e r F lorida. The clouds w b icb ex- ii-u-ted on W e d n e s d a y eveoiug from D e law a re le Alabam a , a frer m o v ing s o u thw a rd, a r e new s u c c e ed­ ed by clouJy and tb r c a teaiu g w e a ther #xtending from K entucky south and seat. T h e tem p e r a tu r e h .t * v e ry generally risen e n t h e lakes a a d la tl M W e s t- •rn Stakes. PR O B A B I L IT I E S . I t is probable t b a t the barom e ter will c o n tinue fhll- lug very g e n e rally on F r id a y , w ith Increasing cloud­ iness, variable w e a ther and lig h t w inds fram tbe M ississippi to t b e A tlantic. WASHINGTON* F O R S A I * £ , THE STEAMER IVANHOE. a t P o r t C a r b o n . T b e y . t h e o o m m 1 t te e ,» b a J I m e e t OR t b e lA th d a y o f tb e m o n t h ( o r I f It fa l l # o n S u n d a y th e n o o t b e p r e t w d i n c d a y ) a n d a n n o u n c e b y c i r c u l a r tb e a v e r m c e e b - U i i i t d fr o m t h e s t s k n i e > t o a s p r e a e u t r d . P i t t s t o n , P a . , M a j 10.— A t a m e e t i a g . to - d a y , o f m i u e r a e m p l o y e d b y th e P i t U t o n a n d E l m i r a C o m p a n y , a n d P e n n s y l v a n i a ( o m p a n y . a m a j o r i t y o f t h e m i n e r s o f tb e d i s t r i c t s w e r e p r e e r n t a a d a d e s i r e w a s m a n i f e s t e d to r e s u m e w o r k n p o n h o n o r a b l e te r r a s . A re s o l u t i o n w a s p a s s e d o i e i t b e i r re r v i e e s t o tb e c o m p a n i e s a a d re q u in n a c o m m i t t e e e f a r b i t r a t i o n to ao U le d i f f e r e n c e s a s p iace. soon aa a re s u m p t i o n took N E W IK O N H U L L . 140 F E E T long. 23 feet beam . 1-6 feet over guards, S f e e tb f l- I ; iron bulkheads _______________tn f u i r w a ter-tig h t c o m p a r tm e n ts; low i,f,« r „ r . ...a m engine. 32 Inch cylinder. 6 fee: stro k e ; retu rn l u e boiler fl feet 1 inch s h e l l: draught of w a ter 4 fleet 6 inches: can ca r r y 1,000 passengers C O N F E C T I O N E R Y . W # m a k e a s p e c ialty o f k e e p ing tha VERY BEST FINE FRENCH CANDIES tb a t e a a be made. EXTRA FINE CHOCOLATE CREAM DROPS. EXTRA FINE BON RONS. EXTRA FINE JELLY CONFECTIONS, Ac., Ac. 11 kinds of PAM C AMD IBS mad# dally. V. LONG & CO., 193 MAIN ST. n i U R A l V C E L E G A L N O T IC E S F o U KFNT-THE LARGE 5-3TOKY BHB K hull.ling -*ii the *«'»uthwest orner *.f ren«*ca dri-et an.l the Terrace, known as the Fargo Hoii-e, wt-’.i adapted for a hotel, manufx turtna or otlier b.idnee*. LEE ft 1’K KEKING. 34 Niagara sL. *'* r. IVarl. dy> • ?*S at. r I ' • P rice SL. 2 -story frame, gas cellar and w ‘llsertcli.- ‘ • ‘ 2 -story, with gas. water, a; gas. 4\J D elaw a re avenue. , tu r 4 : w a te r . ’.a«h: hrlck him: 7 ▼en tx-st m u te lal-: i - l t ’ t - « > - r ;t. l.l; - IH h .w a r. av. ...ie. 2 -storv Ira l«h. a ttli all mo lern luiprovonien. 373. ^ , iWl Delaware av* in stn’ct. hrh k. lit eery nice comlltli batua. hot an 1 •'* Id »ati |‘)4 .lolnison I’Uce. 3- 1 '^ r « f s i ;:J ! r i . ^ ...... ^ N o ^ w m ^ o r n c r Oak a n ^1 N rih D ivision street* ^trv*'L 2 »tf*ry brick, French riiol.ftc. lot g feet 1*7 ■','K . ^ a FORD, tr '.V, Swan sL c brtck, with all 3 FDR RENT-THE 2-STORY FRAME. 3*4 swsr* SL. new and in flrst rate order; fr.-irteen • u;-. Niagara water, a!--) a clste'n an I agw-J *1 1 a r n u d n large 1**L K e n t f 4*» . rhe 1 v,-\?. ,r-- cottage. 186 Fourteenth St.. new , nd N • i. 1<)4 CAROLINA ST.. A 2 -] !t» g*»**d order; ten rooms, water. Lot 5t'xl60 ffivL •use with a 2 -storv wing, contain- ! hU’ti* 218**. ..................... aa.I «;ti r. Lot 37xlif. I’rice 1 Al«n. a *ie«irahie hotel property at Duel’s Com«rs: 1 .’*!)). Terms of pavment easy. JOHN ()TTt *. 91 j 3-t*.rlt-s. 1 ••*'. witii ham an*l slnti. A goo.j Im i- rarl *r. c24 | Hon for busln. Bv M. McU< 'MU. 5 South Divl-ion -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------stn - e L ' 135 ■fl B A T A V I A I’ R ')1*F .R T Y F O R S A I . F . - N D . 100. ] --------------------------------- ^ -------------------------------------------- V— ill 3 —n.rie- ••rlck: store ai:-'«iw. iMng: lot k:.tl5«'; 1 MAiioTEI. OR SAl.i>»\ l*()R KFNT-THE '!“• A1:'*'» ■■.Wrtri-et.a-story h n k ; lirt 2 »x» 0 U. | J p j _ j a n t e tr-;;*j bull llr,g | n S p ring Abbe; ........... Is a very v . B A K E R ft < <!.» f i H O D R K f t l E l’liiL E l) HOUSES F O B S A L E .— 1 -story frani**; lo t soxiiu. P r ice M a ryland, l-sio r y tr a m e ; l o t M a rluer $2, College G-. c o n n S4vl*'. I’r t r c # - ^ G V , je y , at Col nds will t V * 1), 1-StorT f ram e . Price $2.2*0. j ord. r.’ I * ' ! * : ? L - v l r e u i i « , • » . ; S p r T n r s . > :V, r . -l f .r re n t . r u n s .\ u c - * y e k y i> K - .m a B i . r . I S g S ^ u M ’S f t S J l t S r '1!, aiitly located, and m o derate-priced^res'*ft,\';\, | yT iatlv IncreaiH- t-e value o f t b e '^ o u i of t h u h u ridl *■1 on D e law a re s tr - e t. Apply U< JO H N O T l o , LY O N . B A K E R ft CCA, E rie Land o f fice'A * 81 Pearl s treeL _ | Main sL V ™ S A L E —R E S ID E N C E 0 8 T H E L A T E K. C o rnw e ll, Esq.. located on th e s o iitiiw e st ru r u r r o C Llnw o o d a v e n u e and B ryant str«-eL Ihe house G a tw o -story brick w ith a tw o -story w in*, contains tw e lve room s, a ll nearly square, cn*seis in ev.-ry room ; hath room , w a ter clo s e u , 8^-'- r^’J jvttlc. c e llar u n d e r w h o le boose. L o t Is l»)xJ37.w» U la! : out an*I stocked w ith fru it an.! shade trees. Ne-v f n u n e h a m . cow she»ls, hcncry. Ac. Location i- *erv fine and everything »v* 'Jt the premlt-c- _ T. ------ --------- iirem iseswill ' Xr ' \ S TO D E T — k S P L E N D ID COUNTRY RESL d e n c e . wcjth la r g e hri* K h o u s e a n d p< • - O T A T E O F NF.W Y O R K —SU P R E M E COURT. O U o u n ty of N ingara- W Ultam G. Spinner and Elizabeth Spinner ids w ife, plaintiffs, ag a tn it John K d iot an.l P a u lina E llio ib ;s wife, J o h n H o rton and E iizabetn A. H o rton his w ife, George W a tson and Caroline M. W a ts o n his w ifr. A u g u stus H. h p inner and M arv W. S p in n e r h is w ife. T.m m a A- hplnner and F rederick E. sp in n e r, detendanis. Jo the a b o v e nvine-l def- nd a n ts: You a re hereby sum m oned to a n s w e r the com p laint of the atx>ve name*1 plat a t iff-, w h ich w a s filed in the office < f the c lerk *-f t h e C o u n ty mt N lagara. ai Lr.rk- p*>rt. New 7 o rk. on t h e fifteenth >iav of A p ril. 1.871, and to serve a c - p y o f y o u r a n s w e r on th* snteu-rtlK-r at his offlce ln tlie c ity o f loOr'Kport. w ithin tw e n ty lavs a f te r the scrv l- e o f this sum m *ns, exclu­ sive o f th e day of service, o r th e plaintiffs w in ap ­ plv to th e C o u rt f o r th e relief d e m a n d e d in the corn- plalnL D a ted AprU 15. 1871. A. HOLM E S . e5-F-6w ^Plaintiffs ’A ttorney. N O T I C E . B u f f a l o G e n e r a l C i t y T a x N o t i c e i s h e r e b y g i v e n t h a t i h a v e this *'ay rec« lve from the__('ltv Comp:r*->ller. 4 BUCKJLAJS'D, No! be rente*!, eith e r S ev e n th s t - n o r t h e a » t c o rn e r ^ k ' l S T X t o r y f r a m e ; l o t r x l h k P r ic e ) ^V d e v enth su . No. 162, l-etory fra m e ; lot 25x 89. w r .^e # , 'S ir is ion au. No. 437 , 1 -sto r y fra m e ; lot 30x J IW, 1-story fram e ; lo t 25x115. ttfc Pr.c.’ W l k ’nt t r h i l f l h . I — 'u »n.l lit rm att • a-ix,so. P rice $900. .. ’ON, BA K E K ft (*0., E r ie L a n d < )fl1**e. 34* M ain sL t a i i a i r * CHKA j ’—NO. 264 FKANKLLN S e n u s t iocs-lo _______________ In B u f f a lo. A le. No. 4W W aehlng- to n *L ,S-storj hrlck house, g ae “ J1.* - r;,to u t a t a . Apply U .JO H X ( tTTO . 81 Penn flffi FOR SALK—PR E M ISE S N O R T H E A S T O R - n**r W ashlngL.-j snd Mohawk str.-^ts; gn, s n d ix t u r e s ; N iagara w a te r ; bath room ; excellent cel­ la r ftc .; an e x c e llent location f->r trav kind >-f ’insl- i n - o r profession. Apply to J O H N O T T o . bl 1 r a r i ~*““ *L_ ________ _ _____________________ _ ____ vfA iN M T H E FT STO R E FO R B A l.E {jet .—T h e brick store a n d brick i . f i r : MAIN STKEF.T ST O R E FO R S A I.E —No. 25 Main s treeL n e a r < )hio, 4-story b r ick ; tin r-s>f; w arehouse tn rear. L o t M feet f ro n t an.l run- niug tiirough to W aetiingtou sL LY O N , B A K E R ft lhe G e n e ral taxes th« day u f Ai M I S C F . L L A J i X O U S . ____ GEoT W. T IFFT, SONS & CO. M a n u facturers o f S t f l a m E n g i n e * a n d B o i l e r s , PO R T A B L E E N G IN E S , H O U S E C A S T IN G S , Propeller W h eels, a n d M a c h inery generally. N o as t o 37 W a s h ington s tr e e t, Buffalo, N. Y. LADIES’ HAIR GOODS, In SW ITCH E S . C U R L S , FR1ZZETS, C H A T * L A I K E BRA ID S , and all the !ate«t styles, a s they appear, on hand an* - * * * - ” 1 “ ort\ “ -T. r . . R 0 9 - l . A N I . - s X 3*7 M ain *L. Buffalo, N. T. •.•VTanted, tw o (Irst-ejasa h a ir w o rkers. c!4-tf p A A C I H O L L O W A Y , D e a ler In M E D IN A A N D LO C K P O R T SAND STONE, FLAGGING, CURBING. P L A T T O B f l * DOOR A N D W IJTIM JW C A t t A N D SILLS, B T B P 8 , ETC. Offlce and Y a rd, c o m e r o f M J**«ean s t. andM a la J iE E F I R E A N D M A R IN E LNBU&ANCE. £ T 1 I A I l f S T T R A l f C X C O . HAM T FOM D , COMM, laoerpc,rated 1819. C h a r ter Perpeauff. P a i * OT C a p i t a l ........................... (T h r e s MlUons o f £ L . J . H I J . OOOl ASSETS, J a n t a r y 1, 1871, a t M a rket Y a lae. Cosh o n hand a a d l a b a n k . . . . . . . . . . . . . $891,141 Real e s t a t e ..............................- ............................ 8 o rtgage bonds., ank stock-. - Ited B u * other I .... $9,782.0* (» .... 383.913 04 38JXJU,0U9 90 T h e undersigned would s o licit f rom th e cltixensof Buffklo a n d on th* Lakes a con tin u a n c e o f th e i r con­ fident* and patronage la this old aud well know n ^PoficlX * Issued, Risk* taken by L s k e s . R lvsrs aad C a n a ls a n d R a ilroads, to a n d from **ny place ln tit# U n ited S tates a n d C a n a d a s, a n d L o s s e s p r o m p tly a d - “ d ^ “ “ M a 6 — * — H o p * Iaikraaos Co.. ProvWaaos, R . L Gash C a p ital and S u rplus ............................ ....$207^38 OC W IL L IA M T . B A R T O N , P r e s ld s a L J. M A R T IN . S e c retary Rogar W i l l i k f f i * I a t a r a a M C * m p k f t » y p r o v i d e n c e , b . l C a sh C a p ital a a d S u r p lu s - ..................... $388,089 0 A. A. W IL L IA M S . P resideuL J . W . D A V E N P O R T , S e c retary. K. p . DO R R . AgenL Buffalo, N . Y. P o licies l*sne<1 a t f a ir r a t e s a n d losses pro m p tly a d ^ ► f f l c ^ ^ m a B ulU B ig 1 up stairs), c o r n e r P r im e a n d • tj /1 g iD h f i r v f \ f i M AIN XT R E E T STO R E FOK S A L E - W I L L lake a lot o r h ouse and lot in p a r t paym enL term s anply to F.liW ARDS ft BUCK L A N D , Age u ta. N o te and L o a n B rokers, No. 2 IkBag . b> f l g FIR S T -C L ASS R E S ID E N C E FO R S A L E O S I B th e A u rora Bond, a b o u t sev«n m iles from Malu *L. b eing a fine new brick bouse w ith French roof, and aK m t 21 acres of e x c e llent land under a fine I ^ t e o f cu ltivation. H U M E f t S A N F O R D , W eal Mwan s L __________________________ § D W E L L IN G S FOK SALE. No. IM N l a g a r a s t A firat-elas* brick dw e l- tw o s to r ies a n d flnlshed attic , m a stic f r o n t : gas, w a ter, b a th-room , fu rn a c e • b rick bam : lo t *4xia»- ir»: a u d bric k w a rehouse in 1 Al^o. No. 1*9 N o rth IM v I s B ml tw o -story b r ic k ; gaa, from Main to W s& hin^ton I w a t e r ,f t c . ; lotSTHXllA . . . , ... ” r r r v ttroets, form e rly «c- Ai»n, No. *23 N inth sl ; a new brtck dw e lling, tw o 1 ^ ’r s z a t t A m a s S : ^ ' LET-FIRST-CLASS BRICK Iny s. titii st fter. ftc. R«-n _ F ran kiln s l , n e a r H u ron. 4 -«torles; gas, w a ter, ftc. R e n t $!.•■**. D e law a re sL, No. 1 (2 ; 2-stori.es ; ra s , w a ter, ftc- IReut $ 6 **'. C h ippew a s t . No. 21, S-*torles; gaa. w a ter, ftc. IRent $*8U. P a r k P lace. No. 31, 2-s:orie«: gas, w a ter, ftc. K ent tm- r a — ----- ------------- P e a r l *L, N s . 235. 3 - r to r les; gas, w a ter. Ac. t e n t * K a rte s t . N o 101. 2-8D ries and basem e n t; gas. w a ter, ftc. K e n t $.V» Eagle t*L, No. 121. 3-storles and bas)-m e n t; g aa, w a ter, ftc. K e n t $100. Eagle st.. No. 123. 2-stories and basem e n t; gas, w a ter, ftc. K e n t $aou. d!3 ity T a x R olls f r r 1971; th a t paym e n t of specified m ay be m a d e before th e l\th . is7 l : th a t no a d d ition w iu te m a d e to Tore th e lutii day of J u n e , b u t lh a t an addition of 1 p t r c e c L 011 every u n p a id ta x will bc luaale th e r r t e on th a t d a y . and a like addition of 1 p e r c e n L e v t r y fifteenth day th e r e a f ter un til such addition -hal! a m o u n t to 4 p e r o - n t office ln the Cdty B u iiuings, corner F r a n k lin and Eagle street*. ' 9 “ g e e bonra from 8 A S . to 4 P. k . Th» a bove la x cannot t>e paid a t this Offlce after the 9 th d a v o f AugusL 1C I. N. B.— Tbeee h a v 'n g larg e hills to m ake oat are respectfully requested to hand In a d e s c ription of th e ir property w ithout delay. , , E L I J A H AM B R OSE, elu-At ________________________ R e ceiver o f Taxee. P A R K O R D IN A N C E . A N O R D IN A N C E FO R T H E P R O T E C T IO N O F B IRD B , AN IM A L S , T R E E S A ND SHRUBS. T H r. P A R K COM M ISSIOERS O P T H E C IT Y O F Buffalo by ■frrue v o f th e a a tiio rtty vested In them bv c h a p te r 165 o f the law s o f the S tate o f New York passed A p rtl 14. 186ft d o e n a c t a s follow , * ° ' ’ , LY O N . BA K E K ft CO.. I Section L AU persons a r e prohibited from Bring E r ie L in d Office. -V* Ma l r sL | at or shooting any M rd n r anim a l npon th e l»ad# —------------------------------ : h eretitfore tak e n oy the C ity o f Buffalo for p a r k s a a d J E W E L L 1NGS TO R E N T MAY L E a st Eagle «L. No. 14*: 3-etory brick. aU tn o lern DpmvcinenU. 12 o r 14 rooms. . >1 x th sl . No. 154; 2-story brick In flne o rder. rl« n t P a rk »*.. No. 40; l-»tory fram e , fine g a rd e n leL R e n t *25C. W e also bave a num b e r o f dw e llings and a p a r t ­ m ents. ft-r w h lch lm n sediate poeoesaloo c a n he given. Applv a t No. • N iagara sL. L E O N A R D W lLteOK ft SON, R e e l E s ta te and I a s o n n o e A g e a te . W7 . C ity o approaches tht-rrto. section i. a u persons a r e p r o h ibited from re- m o v tug o r from * ut»!ng d o w n , o r ln any w a y tntnr- tng a n y tree o r s h rub upon tb e groende beretosore tak**n hy tbe C ity o f Buffalo lt/r p a r x s a n d a p p roneh- ee thereto. Section i Any peran* offend lag agaleef tiffs crftf- aac - wilt be liahV to a fine n->t ex^eedtxm one hun­ dred dollar* o r t s Imprisonment note: days,or t-otna* th - discretion of the Yhereby certify thet th^eheye len 1 le e tm e t epy o f en I h e r e b y c e r tify th e t tto- abov C H IN E S E T E A C O M P A N Y . BEST G U N P O W D E R T E A . *L3ft B E S T Y O U N G H YSO N , $L1(S. B E S T JA P A N . $1.1®* BEST SOUCHONG. ( E n g lish breakfast), $LK5. B E S T OOLONG. Tie. B E S T M IX E D ( G reaa a n d BlackU 7*e. Choice o ld G o v e rnm e n t J a v a . M o cha a n d J a m a i c a Coffee*. Agency a t r m l T X D D R U G S T O R E . 36 Eagle s l , eor. -V la g a ra. G oods delivered to a n y p a r t of the c ity free ® charge. L loyd street*. £ t U I* l « 9 I* « 1 H A R T F O R D , CONK. A c c m m d a ted C a p ital- ...................... ............ SSSaJtSTu a l l p o l i c i e 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 R A T E S ! CASH p o l i c i e s : c a s h d i v i d e n d s : D ividends paid A n n u a lly, com m e n c ing a t th e end ^ D tv ld e n d e m a v ^ h e used to R E D U C E th e annnal rweml a m . o r IN C R E A S E th e c a sh value o f the p olley. PAPER HANGINGS. • B E A T D I S P L A Y O F N E W WALL ANO CEILING DECORATIONS, fl^rior to r U S C O .\ * u e v - o u ,lt M « ^ u The Largest stock. The Lowest Prioes. la w . c . B . AftMBTBONO. E . P . FI8R x h h #k i R a c m o i o . A G E N C Y , A D E P L O R A B L E ST A T E © F A F F A IR S IN SO U T H CARO L IN A . W a s h i n g t o n , May II.—Collector Poo- aldeon, of tbe F irst south Carolina He venue District, has w ritten a long letter to Csm- miuioner Pleasonton upon the condition of society in his district, which he describee ae such th at unless the government interferes ita representative* will be driven to abandon their work or leave their homes for the better protection of lile and property. The collector anys that for a year past he h“ > been frequently warned of dangc* to himseif and family. Ue 9 tates that throughout hia district there exists a well organized aociety whose object ia to control social and politiosl action; that in every county of the district tbey are destroying the repretentative men, friends of the government, white and colored. Ue states that in Cheaterfteld too, on the lbih ult., Robert Melton was called trom his bed at midnight and shot down. Hia wife was foully murdered and hia daughter badly wounded. Melton was tax collector in the employ of Donaldaon. Mr. Donaldson con­ tinues, ataling that in Lancaater C ounty a man waa taken from hia bed and banged; also another mau in Williamsburg County, and the Commiaaioner of Cl&renJou, County. All of these ontragea were com­ mitted w ithin a few days, and in no instance has any effort been Riade to bring tbe guilty parties to justice, lie save Governor Scott ia unable to deal with the present state of affairs, and that unless the general gov­ ernment interfere it will continue. Pereona have written to him threatening let­ ters. On the dkle of this letter he received a letter postmarked Cberaw. wherein he was ordered to leave the coun­ ty iu tifteen dav*. Special Deputy Joseph Gallagher has been annoyed and threatened so tbat he refuses to continue the collection of taxes in Kershaw and Lancaster Coun­ ties. Deputy Frank Goes, who baa been in office two years iu tboee counties, haa alao refused to continue the collection of delin­ quent taxes under warrant fbr like rea­ sons. Assistant Assessor McKnigbt ban al*o received a letter ordering him to leave and Donaldaon state* they must be protected by the President or cease work. Donaldson asserts the state of South Caro­ lina is powerless to protect loyal citizens, aud in view of these facts asks that ap­ plication be made to the President for such force aa may be necessary to protect the lives of revenue officers and government property. T H E t r e a t y . The Committee on Foreign Relations w u in session about four hoursto-day consider­ ing th* T reaty of Washington. The mem­ bers did not C4>mplete the examination and wii! not therefore in;<ke their report to tb e Senate to-morrow, when it i*r probable tbe body wiil adjourn until Monday in older to afford requisite tim e to tbe committee. T H E C A T T L E D ISEA S E IN SOUTH AM E R ICA. Our Minister to Chili report* th at a dis­ ease h a s broken out among tbo cattle of tbe Argentine Republic and Chili similar to that wliioh prevailed in Dutch'**' County, New York, and other portions of this coun­ try. A PR O T E S T . Copies of a circular letter in the form of of protest agfiinst that portion of the T reaty of Washington, were sent yetterday to sen­ ators. representing that two of th*: four liv­ ing heirs of t he late Far! Sterling are nfrw citizens of the L’niUd States and demand that attention which heretofore their father solicited upon the question of iheir rights to A m ciiem risheries and proprietor­ ship of the Cauadas. HOW IS IN F O R M A T IO N O B T A IN E D 7 Much astonishment is exprc'scd in official quarters at the publication this m orning in the New York papers of the Treaty of Washington. Some official inquiry wiil be made as to tho mystery of publication, and also as to the means or <-orr**«pondent 9 ob­ taining information concerning debates in secret aeafcion. THF. P R E S I D E N T ’S T R E A T Y M E S SAGE. The mesaage of tbe President communi­ cating the treaty to the Senate, is said to be very bnef aud mnkef no recommendation, but merely submit* It for consideration. N A V A L . The United States steamer Lancaater, flag­ ship of the South A tlantic squadron, was at Montevideo March 28. R E D U C IN G T H E ARMY. The Secretary of W ar has made arrange- meita to m uster out 4,000 soldiers before the irat of July. T H E T E H U A N T E P E C SU R V E Y . Captain Selkridge will probably delay a full report of his Tehuantepec survey until hia return to this country. The tener of all the dispatched received from him ia to the effect that the expedition ha* been a auc- ces*. _ _ _ THE COLLIERY W A it ENDED. A R T IC L E S O F A G R E E M E N T IRONED I T TH E C O N T E N D IN G P A R T IE S —O P E R A T IO N S TO RESU M E AT ONCE. P o t t b v i l l k , Fa., May 11.—Operations in the colleriou will be resumed at ouee. The articles of arbritration have just bean fiiened by both commit­ tees. The following 1a a memorandum of tho agreement: The meeting was pleasant and satisfactory on both side*. The agree­ ment insure* steady work in the Schuylkill region for the remainder of the year. A general resumption takes place on Monday. The tolls will be reduced at once by tbe rail­ road companies, thus removing the dead lock. Articles of agreement made between tbe Anthracite Board of Trade and the Minert and Laborer*’ Association thia tenth dav ot May, 1871: We agree to submit for decision of tbe umpire, Judge El well, tbe question of wages for the y»*r 1871 as follow*: FirBt—The operators’ proposition made in Philadelphia, v iz .: the basis to be 230 at Port Carbon, w ith outside wages at ten dol­ lars per week. Miners by dav# w ork at f l 2 ; contract work to be reduced 16* per cent, from present rates; advance ar decline of wage* to be 1 per cent, for every three cents advance or decline in price of coal, to be traded on new prices thus formed, wages^iot to be less than would be paid with coal at $2 at P ort Carbon. . . . . „ Second—The Miners and Laborer* Benev­ olent Association’# proposition of $3 at P ort Carbon aa * minimum, with wages as last vear at th at rate, namely, outside wages t i l per week. Inside wages *12 per week. Ml Dera bv the day’s work. tl4 per week. Ttdrd—Wages for the current month shall be based upon the average so obtained for ♦he m onth of May. Operators to furnish Dric.** ahail lie chosen on the 20 th in“t., and price® •h»ll b« furnished and announced on the 23th, , , F o u r t h — Provision ia hereby made for future arbitration in the following m anner; first, all question* of disagreement in any district, excepting ofwtJff^ v .w h ir5 be eettled by partie* directly interested. Kb all be referred to the D i'tnet Board of Arbitration, to eonafrt ef three side, w ith power In caee or am ^ree- lin in g an d dehveire d ress, in w h i c h sh e re v ie w e d tb e N a tio n a l C o m m ittee a t W i NEW YORK. COMMISSION o f A P P E A L S C A L E N D A R . M*y I I . - T h e f.I l o w t o , u tb o co len d o r fo , tll, Coram iooloo o f A p p a l, u o ’ i l l ’ 8*' 1JS* 1,0> l“ - '**■ T H E BO C HESTfcft FORGER. H a ll , th o alleg e d R o c b tojer fo r g e r, w a a ta k e n b e f o re .lo d g e B e n ia, to J . r ^ , , ” ” th i s m o r n i n g , o n a w r i t o f ba(tea* corpus an d re m a n d e d u n t i l to - m o r r o w . t u e w o m a n s u f f r a g e c o n t e n t i o n M ra. I s a b e lla H o o k e r p r e e t d r d a t U m Ha- tio n a i W o m a n ’s S u ffrag e C e a v e e f tk m th u e d th e p r i n c i p a l ad- Lhe efferte of _______________________ a a h t a g t o n li W i n t e r an d u rg e d every w o m a n I r th e la sh o u ld v o le o r a t t e m p t to v o t e a t SU a u d F e d e r a l electio n s u n d e r p r o ­ vision* of th e .a c t to en f o rce th e F ifte e n t h A m e n d m e n t. E l i z a b e t h O a d y S tan to n follow e d , s t a t i n g i n t h e c o u r t e e f h e r re m a r k s t h a t t h e TYtOunc h a d g i v e n u p th e a r g u m e n t ag a in a t w o m a n suffrag e an d B o r- race G r e e ley w u fa ir l y d r i v e n to t h e w a ll. She s a id th e R e p u b lican p a r t y h e d d o n e ita w o r k a n d sh o u ld n o w be g a t h e r e d to ita fa th e r s . I t w a s p r o b a b le th a t w o m a n w o u ld h a v e a voice in th e n e x t P r e s i d e n t i a l elee- tio u . an d s h e d id n o t th i n k G r a n t w o u ld be th e i r choice. T H E CO N G R E G A T IO N A L UN IO N . T h e A m e r ica n C o n g r e g a t io n a l U n io n held its e ig h t e e n t h a n n u a l bu s in e s s m e e t i n g in B r o o k l y n th i s aftern o o n . I t b a s paid d u r ­ in g th e p a s t y e a r to aid in b u ild in g houses o f w o r s h i p fo r C o n g r e g a t io n a l C h u r c h e s , $32,404, an d b a s n o w pledged fo r th e tfame o b je c t, $10,300, o r $7,38? m o r e th a n th e r e ts in th e tre a s u r y . A M E R ICA N B IB L E SOCIETY. T h e fifty - f i f t h a n n i v e r s a r y o f t h e A m e r i- ca u B ib le S o c ie t y w a a h e ld th i s m o r n in g in th e h a ll o f t h e Y o u n g M e n ’a C h r istia n A s ­ sociatio n . T h e T r e a s u r e r '* re p o r t sh o w e d th * rece ip t* fo r tb e y e a r $72$, 4 6 4 .7$. E x ­ p e n d itu r e $651,133.31. T H E R a lN B K I D O E LEGACY. J u d g e B e n e d ic t o r d e r s D u n c a n , She I'm an ft C o .. b a n k e r s o f th i s c i t y , to rea tors to M ra. M a r y B. J a n d o n , d a u g h t e r o f C o m m o ­ d o r e B a i n b r id g e , $28,000 in D e l a w a r e and H u d s o n C a n a l sto c k , w i t h d iv id e n d s added, a leg a c y fro m h e r fa t h e r p le d g e d b y h e r tru k tee aa s e c u r i t y fo r a loan. A D E N IA L . T h e E r i e R a ilro a d ( ’o m p a n y d e n ies tb e re p o r t tb a t an a t t e m p t w a s m a d e t o th r o w a tr a i n fro m th e tra c k n e a r D e p o s it. L A N D SP E C L L A T iO N b . I t ia rep o r t e d th a t M r . W m . M . T w e e d and L e o n h a r d J e r o m e h a v e re c e n t l y p u r c h a s e d ab o u t 1,290 acres o f la n d alo n g * th e lin e s o f n e w railro a d s w h i c h are to co n u e c t w i t h the n e w rou tes of tl»e H u d s o n R i v e r R a ilro a d a lo n g th e H a r le m R i v e r . T h e s e road* are also to con n e c t w i t h th e projected v ia d u c t r a i lw a y w h i c b i« to h a v e its te r m in u s in the n e igh b o r h o o d o f K i n g ’s B r id g e . S E N T E N C E D FOK M URDER. T h e j u r y in th e case o f A n t o i n e M a u r e r , w h o has b e e n on tria l in N e w Y o r k c i t y for the m u r d e r of J o a c b u n F e u r t e r , a f t e r re ­ c e i v i n g in s t r u c t io n s t w i c e fro m th e c o u r t irave a v e r d ic t o f m a n s la u g h t e r in th e first d e g r e e . J u d g e G i lb e r t th e n sen ten c e d M a u r e r to seve n y e a r s a t h a r d la b o r 111 8 iu g s i n g P r iso n . H e w a s a l on c e ta k e n to tb a t in s t it u t io n . F O R E I G N . n y w u i — d U o t tk> M i e n * l a w n . IN A N D A R O U N D PARIS. P a r i s . May 11 .— F o r t Y a n v r e s w as cap­ tured Iasi m g h lb y the Versailles troops uud was held for a short lime, when it was re­ captured by thc Com m u n ist force*. There Iihk been desperate fighting tin re to-day. T h e fort is in a very delapidated condition and it w ill become im p e rative upon thc Commune to evacuate it. Governm ent troop# make daring attacks on N e u iily and Asmera. T h e licvcil gays G e n . Charette commands the troops. Gen. Kossel has not gone to Versailles, as reported, but remain* outside of Paris ready to g iv e hi* sMintance lo the revolution. T H E FR E N C H ASSEM B L Y . V e r s a i l l e s , M ay 1 1 . — In the Assem b ly to-day Thiers announced the s igning o f the defenitive treaty of peace between Pranee and Germ a n y . He stated that no alleviation of the conditions imj>ot»ed b y Bismarck could be obtained. Upon a member o f the Assem­ bly asking for an explanation of the recent interview w ith the delegates from Bordeaux Thiera answered iu a petulant manner and demanded a vote of confidence. A fter much excitem e n t in the Cham b er a vote w h s ta­ ken, Thiers sustained b y 495 to 10. T H E IN S U R R E C T IO N IN A L G E R IA . V e r s a i l l e s . M a y 1 1 . — I m p o r t a n t m e s a s h u been re c e iv e d fro m A l g e r i a , w h e r e tb e c o n d itio n o f affa irs h a s d e c id e d ly im p r o v e d . T h e A r a b in s u r g e n t s b a v e been d e feated in an e n g a g e m e n t in w b i c b th e ir lea d e r , K i l i f e M o k r a n i, w a s k i ll e d . T H E P E A C E T R E A T Y . L o n d o n , M ay 1 1 . — T b e tr e a t y o f peace ju s t con c lu d e d a t F r a n k f o r t a b r o g a tes th e com m e r c ial tr e a t y b e t w een F r a n c e ao d G e r ­ m a n y and g i v e s to P r u s s i a t h e c o n t r o l o f r a il- w a y s iu th e ceded te r r i t o r y in cou a id e ja tio n o f a d e d u c t ion from w a r in d e m n i t y o f th r e e h u n d r e d an d tw e n t y - s i x m i llio n s o f fra n c A O n e o f t h e cla im s o f tb e tr e a t y p r o v i d e s fo r a c q u isitio n b y P r u s s i a o f t h e r a i l w a y fro m T h i o u v i l l e to L u x e m b u r g . T H E W O M E N MA><^UERADER8. I t i i th o u g h t t h e tr i a l o f B o lto n and P a r k , tw o o f t h e m e n im p l ic a t e d In th e w o m e n p e r s o n a tio n a f f a i r o f la s t H u m m er, w i ll fail a t t h e p r e s e n t t e r m , a* th e sittin g s e f th e c o u r t w i l l e x p i r e a t m i d n i g h t o f H a turday, and th e r e are y e t score* o f w itn e » s e s to be e x a m in e d . P r o c e e d in g * w i l l b a v e to be com m e n c e d p r o b a b l y de novo som e m o n th s b e o c e . B R IT ISH P A R L IA M E N T . In th e H o u s e o f < o m m o n * th i s e v e n in g M r . M o n s c ll, P o s t m a s t e r G e n e r a l, e x p r e s s e d hi# in a b i l i t y to e x p l a i n w h y tb e (Junard H team ship C o m p a n y d e c lin e d to b r i n g A m e r ­ ican m a ils. T b e a r m y re g u l a t i o n b i l l w u d e b a ted at le n g t h . In tb e H o u s e o f L o r d s , l n r e p l y to a qu e s ­ tio n fro m tbe o p p o s it io n , E a r l G r a n v i l l e de­ clin e d to sta t e w h e t h e r E n g l i s h c la im s on th e U n ited bta t e s w o u ld b e ad ju d ieated in E n g l a n d . L IV E R P O O L ft LO N D O N ft G L O B E J N * - C O . — R N A T IO F A L IK K COL* J f K f L l f t K S w ^ S S F S K S L j L t 3 ST A T E F I R E IN K O k , C L E V E L A N D , (X T R A V E L E R ! ? IN S . C O , HABTFO K l*. N E W Y O R K U H IN 8 . COu. N E W YOBR- B O m i O I R I U 4 A I C E C S S P A R T . S im i A l IM U IA M X COSPAST, Of OUff A t*. j m r mfT LO A D B D BOAT* PARSING O X B O W . A l u . t , M a , 11— A «IU|-alt-k In th a A u d i t o r b - d a j otatoa l h a t I'-to i-l U o ! . H r. p t o t i u c O k h o w . tlto Ic c a litr of tb a reran l g r e a t b r e a k l a t h e E r i e t 'atial. TUB SANITY o r RU L OFF. D r . G r a y , o f t b e U t i c a A s y lu m , an d Dr. V a a d e r p u e t . e f t h i s d t y , cemmiMioned by th e G o v e r n o r t o in q u i r e In to t h e saniiv of R u loff, b f v e m a d e tb e l r ex a m in a t io n and b a v e re tu r b e d t o t b i s d t y to m a k e t b e i r re- p o n to tb e G o v e r n o r . I t w ill be ready in a day or tw o . I t is aaid l b e i n t e r v i e w waa a v e r y re m a r k a b le one. • TffiR CO N N R C T Il'UT ELECTION SETTLED . H a r t f o r d . C o u r . . M ay 11.— T h e S e n a te t o d a y passed a resolution d e c l a r i n g J e w e l l a n d o t h e r R e p u b lican c a n d i d a l * fo r M a te offices, e lected. L i e u t e n a n t G o v e r n o r T y Ier to o k t h e o a t h ot offlee In th e b e n a to ch a m ­ b e r . T b e H o u s e h a v i u g in a d v e r t a n t l y o m itted to a p p o i n t a co m m ittee to w a it upon th e G o v e r n o r , b e w ill n o t tak e th e o a th o f office u n t i l T n e a d a y n e x t , to w h ich d a y b o th bouses b a v e ad jo u r u c l. T h e r e w ill be a a in a u g u r a l p a r a d e au d th e usual election d a y cerem o n ies o n T u t s d i r , an d G o v e r n o r J e w e l l w ill co m m u n icate bia raeaaage t o t b * L e g islatu r e . J o i n t sta n d i n g co m m ittees w e re an n o u n c e d to d a y i a both houses. •T R A M TO WIN Q ON TR E CANALE. A l b a n y , M a y 11.— W U iiam e o n ’a ffyateui • f s team t o w a g e by ro a d steam e rs o n fhs tew p a t h of t h e can a l w a a trie d y e a tenU y in picaaaee o t C a n a l G o m m iad o o e r a W r ight a n d C h a p m a n an d sev e ral en g i n e e r s and g s v e s a t i r e satisfaction. T h r e e b o a ts w e re to w e d a t th* ra te o f th r e e m iles a n hour w i t h o u t n a y ap p a r e n t s t r a i n . •• I O Q I N g TffiR HUDSON. rouG H K E B F O lB , H . Y ., M a y 11.— G e v e r- n o r H o f fm a n t o d a y signed t b s hill inco rp o ­ ra t i n g t b e P o u g h k e e p s ie B ridge Com p a n y fo r co n s t r u c t i n g e b r i d g e across t h e Hudson a t t h i s p o i n t . T h e e v e n t w i l l be celebrated l e th i s c i t y S n tn i d n y e v e a l p g by ouUlr»*r m e e tin g s , m u s ic, fire w o r k s , etc. A c tive p r e p a r a t io n s a r e t o b e i n s t t t n t e d to ca r r y on tb e w o r k a t o n e s . BABB BA L L . C l e v e l a n d , O ., M ay 11.—T h e W h ite S to c k in g s , cff C h icago, an d F o r e s t C ity*, of C lev e lan d , p l a y e d t b e s econd m a t c h g a m e of b a s e ball h e r e to -d a y . T b s e m p i r e w a a J . L. H a v a t« o f th e C h ic a g o T im e s . T h e g a m e w m w e ll play e d u p t o t h e close o f th e i t h In n i n g , t h e score b e in g a tie. I a th e 6 th a decision o f tb e u m p i r e g a v e tb e W h i l e S to c k in g s flve t a llica an d e t a p i r i n g became ao p a r ti a l th a t in She S ill in n i n g tb e officers of th e F o r e s t C it y C la b sto p p e d th e gam e , g i v i n g th e b a l l to th e W h ile S tockings. T b e fo llo w in g is th e scerc: C h icago I t ; C lev e lan d 10. H a y n le um­ p ir e d a g a m e in C h icago l a s t y e a r , i n w h ich th e K lectica of P h il a d e l p h i a l e f t t h e field. D E S T R U C T IO N O F T U B P U L L M A N C A R SHOP. D e t r o i t . M ay 11.— T h e Paltm an car m a n u facturing shop waa destroyed by fire this m o rning. Low $48,0$$. Inaursn.« $ 20 , 000 . FIRE. E l m i r a , N . Y . , M a y 11.— A Are in W s v e r ly , about four o’clock th i s m o r n in g , burned a large building on B ro a d street. T b e first floor waa occupied aa a drv roods sto re b y W u rncr ft W atrons. Loss $17,000. D . ft J. H. -Smith occupied tb* second floor. Lossflooo. Loss la Odd F e llow s H a ll, on third floor, was $ 2 , 000 . Lu th e r l ’ arshall w as ow n er of tbe building. Los# $6,000. T h * Hr* w^a the w o rk of an Incendiary. THF. B U R N S ID E E X P E D I T I O N SOCIETY. B o s t o n , M aw.. May 11.— T h e Society of Burnside Expedition and N inth A r m y ( orps assembled at tbe Trem o n t House lo- day. Gen. Buriietdu presided. T b e follow ­ in g officers w e r e elected for the vear: Pres­ ident, Gen. Burnside; V ice President. Gen. Parke. Thu Society w ill meet in Pbilitdcl- pbia n e x t year. T b e member* partook of tbe anaual dinner and vanoua toasta were appropriately responded to. TH K G. A. R. C O N V E N T IO N . T b e Convention of the G iand A r m y of th* Republic held ite final be*»tnn to-day. The grade ayetem was virtu a lly abolished. General Burnside w as elected G rand C o m ­ mander of the G rand A r m y of the Republic. T h e follow ing arc oilier officer* elected: Senior V ice Commandcr-in-i hlef. Gen­ eral Lew is A . W a r n e r , P e n n s y lvan ia; Junior Com m a n d e i-in-elm f. Jam es F . < < >, California; buigeon-iu-C’b i.f, Dr. Samuel A. Greene, Boston; Chaplain, Rev. Mr. Connor, Ohio. T h e convention w ill meet In Cleveland n e x t year. Gen. Hook r was tendered a reception to-day by members of the Legislature. SERHHJB FI TIE. S a n F r a n c i s c o . May l l . - f l l x buildings containing tbe principal stores in tbs lo * u of Han Bernardino w ere burned on tbe bib. GRASS HOP P E KB. Gra«*hopper» in clouds are destroying tbs crops of Los A n g e les County. S E T T L IN G IN D IA N OUTRA G E S . T h e Tucson ( Arizona) Cttiesn of the third inst. has tbe follow ing: T b e suffering and exasperated people have eommeneed tbe w o rk of retalialiou on th* Indians. T b e ir patience had been rem arkable, but the kill­ ing of four good citizen# on the ben Pedro by Indians w b o had been fed and otherwise provided for at Cam p G rant, exhausted lu There is no Indian reservation at ( #mp G rant, but a few hundred Apaches recently came there, promised peace, and w ere fed and recruited, and from tbeneo w e n t out to steal and murder. H a v ing tracked the gu ilty once to tbeir base o f supplies two w eeks ago, the citizens determined to make their pow e r fe!t. and on the 28tb o f A p r il a few o f them , aided by on# hundred I*apago Indians, started on a mis­ sion of revenge and aelf-protection. E a rly on the m o rning o f the 30th tbey dashed into tbe Indian camp, killin g 86 aavag- • and taking 29 children prisoners. A h o r s e recently stolen from a farm er naamd Htmth, of Tucson, w as captured and eome unbroken packages of centre primed rifle cartridge', and a breastpin w o r th $20$ tbat beioiup’d to a woman recently killed at Tobac, were found on lbeae Indians, m a k i a g It a ui-ntcr of certainty that tliey w ere tbe same Indi­ ans that killed T . B. W ooeter and the woman on bis farm. It 1s certain tbat tlie citizens of A r izona w ill no longer witm-** tbe murder of tbeir feliew a and the stealing of tbeir property snd tam e ly endure it. each sid e , w i t h p o w e r m e n t to select a n u m p ir e , wi sh a l l be final. . . S o co lliery o r d i s tr i c t t o sto p w o r k p e n d ­ in g s u c h a r b it r a t i o n . F i f t h —I f «ny q u e s tio n an a s * in v o l v i n g n w h o le co m p a n y , a b o a r d o f a r b i t r a t i o n ahall be chosen, co n s istin g o f flve m e m b e r * on eaeh aide, w i t h t b e cam e r i g h t s an d d u tlea as fo r d i s tr i c t boards. T b e reference to th e umpire o f t b e above p ro p o s itio n is m a d e u n d e r th e follow ing co n d itio n s so d t e r m s ; . F i r s t —E a c h sid e t o s u b m it I t s p r o p o r ti o n s w i t h arg u m e n t s th e r e s n in w r it i n g to tn e umpire. w toreaomo work tomedtetejy Bfcouu— nw:m *•> ic™.™- , t/l l . a t all col lie rice, w a g e s t o be to no m •eoM d M sce w i t h t h a < • « » » ■ * 2 * , “ \ PS ; T h i r d — F r f e to ahall h r Hat o f a ll t h r onarafore I h o u M o d to n a l a U C 0 : * « f f C T I h l u a l h h a e h — f r o . )**>“ « M I S C E L L A N E O U S . T H E CHICAGO CHURCH CON T R O V E R S Y . C h i c a g o , M a y 1 1 . —O n e o f tb e p e r s o u s p r e s e n t a t the m e e ti n g o n M o n d a y on tb e Mihjeet o f tb e eburch co n tr o v e r s y w r it e s to co r r e c t t h e ac c o u n t t h a t haa b e e n joublished. A m o n g m a n y th in g # b e say s ; T h e B ishop d id n o t p ro p o s e to suspend th e p r o n u n c ia­ tio n o f C h e n e y ’s s e n ten e c t ill t b e m e e tin g of th e n e x t genera! co n v e n tio n , an d fu r t h e r th e r e a f t e r if th a t co n v e n tio n ahall decide th a t Cheney bad n o t b e e n fo llo w in g tb e d o c tr in e o f t b e E p iscopal C h u r c h i n o m it­ tin g to use the w o r d “ r e g e n e r a t e ’’ i n tb« office o f in f a n t b a p tism . H e w a a to co n s e n t to i t s use. Such a p roposition w a s n o t ev e n re m o t e ly h i n t e d In th e M ahon's p resence. A pro p o s a l s o m e w h a t resem b ling th i s w a s m o o ted a t t h e afternoon m e e tin g b u t t h e hopelessness o f a n y auch s e t t l e m e n t o f tb e d ifficu lty , ev e n assum ing t b a t th e law w o u ld allo w t h e bish o p to a c c e p t auch solu­ tio n , wa* sh e w n b y th e u t t e r refusal of C h e n e y to use t b e “ j j j f a n y circum s tance# and th e refusal of hia • t r y to recom m e n d h i m to sim p eod tb s erciae o f hU cleretal fu n c tio n a o t l l t h a sem b linff e f th e c o n v e n tio n . I t w m Indeed n r r n n i i l * C h e n e y abovM oeM t th e service a l t o g e t h e r d a r i n g t h a t ln- 2 E S to * m e a n w h ile th u v e m ry claim e d m a t h * a t o - M b e a t H b e ^ l o o u o - S m S u u s u r d m e f alt M e flsnctte n e to d l - T h a r e p o r t t h a t B isftcp White boot* telegraphed to Bev. J . 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