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C A B L E NEW 8. Tk» Englhh Press on Clarendon’)* Speech. Lord ■x-€apt. t.f« D n lre Cone to Spain. Ac., Ac. I-ondox, Ju n e 5.—The Telegraph re ­ gards th e speech of Lord Clarendon neither defiant nor s u b servient, h a t a s d ignified by a firm ness which expressed t h e »«atioa.l j e . term ination. I t shows th a t w h a t m a y be solicited w ith success is contained in a r ­ ticles of th e rejected t r e a ty , an d t h a t w h a t it ia hopeless to suggest ia contained in Sum n e r's speech. E n g land w ill never p u t a troublesom e p r e w a r # on M r. M o tley to hasten th e com p letion of h is task , b u t will l»e a lw a y s ready to cancel every trace of angry feeling likely to distu r b th e kindred relations. TH E AUsTKI IN ARMY. \V ienna , Ju n e 5.—T h e m ilitary budget is published. T h e estim a tes of expenditures are fire m illions iu excess of last year, are calculated an a basis of an arm y of 800,0(10 men. THE PRUSSIA!* PARLIAM E N T . B er l in .— Th e P a r liam e n t of Zollevereiu baa elected H e r r Hiinson P r e s ident and Prince H o h e n lohe D u k e of ('je s t, Vice President. Prince H o h e n lohe thanked the C h a m b e r for his reflection, and said t h a t th is vote in his e y e s had g r e a t political im ­ portance. T h e confidence shown in him w o uld encourage him to proceed and perse­ vere in th e course he considered r ig h t, and bring about a good understanding, recon­ ciliation and union among the G e rm a n peo­ ple. CUBA. H a v a n a , Ju n e (> - The Peruvian m o n ­ itors havo arrived a t Barhadoes. They m ade th e voyage in four and a half days from St. Thom as. Advices from San Domingo are to the -7th ult. The Dominican G o v e rnm e n t had concluded a loan of £400,090 w ith the Messrs. H a rtm o n t, of ixm d o n . Bills to th e am o u n t of £49,000 had been draw n , but there are doubts of th e ir acceptance and of the coticlusionof the loan. T h e republic was reported to be com pletely tranquil. The Custom House a t Puerto P lata was recently destroyed by fire. N o tw ithstanding official reports to th e contrary, there were evi­ dences t h a t e x -P resident C a b ral was m e e t­ ing w ith success in bis revolutionary move­ m e n t a g a inst Ba /. in tho south. Dates from H a y ti are to tho 25th tilt. General S a g e t, revolutionary leader, was looking f-.r the steam e rs Florida, Q u a k e r C ity and Am erica, which he e x a c t e d to add to lus navy, am i w ith t h e ir assistance bring aG .ut the overthrow’ of President Salnave. Gen. Luperou rem a ined a t St. M ares w ith the steam er Telegraph. SAILED FOR SPAIN. H a v a n a , J u n e (#. - E x -C a p tain General Dulce s a iled to-day for Spain. H e was ac­ companied t > the steam e r by all t h e mill tary < J itters of high rank uow in Havana and Colonels of tho volunteer regim ents. The H a v a n a journals publish reports re presenting t h a t thousands of th e insurgents are s u rrenderi lg. I t is asserted t h a t among those who have given up t h e ir swords are Generals Pedro, C'espeds and Francitc > Fornare. THE INSURGENTS. Lieut. Com m ander Kastman w ith I’ear A d m iral Hot!’ who left H a v a n a on th e 20th, reports th e railw a y to P u e rto. Principe iw> far repaired th a t locomotive freight cars came down to N u o v itas, taking three day* to m ake th e journey of forty-eight miles, and requiring a guard of tw o thousand men for protection. A b o u t the Nth or 10th <>f M ay some bands of insurgents attacked the convoy of the train, defeated them and de­ stroyed bridges the Spaniards had built, and captured forty-three officers and men, including a Colonel. T h is is tho only de­ cided success of the revolutionists recently reported. Inform a tion from tho S e c retary of the S tate of Ecuador is t h a t th e governm e n t of th a t country iu c o n c ert w ith th e republics of Peru, Chili and Bolivia had agreed to a stn c t ly peaceable a n d pacific p o licy tow a rds th e Spanish m e rchant ships touching the ports of these countries. IR ISH I'HCKI H RILL. L ondon , J u n e 6 .— A m eeting of th e con­ servative Peers was held yesterday to de­ term ine w h a t course sliuuld be pursued in regard to the bill for th e disestablishm e n t of th e Irish Church. l,ord Cairn urged th a t opposition be m ade to tho bill on tho second reading and t h a t i t be dually reject­ ed. He said tbe leaders of the p a ity dnl not wish to dictate, and Were a n xious th a t th e judgm e n t of each Peer should rem ain unfettered. H e f e lt th a t, as th e country had never pronounced on th e present bill, and as tbe teeling of the House Lords was so opposed to it, th e m o st polite, consistent and best course to pursue w o uld I * to r e ­ pudiate the m easure. Lord Salisbury de­ precated th e course recom mended by Loril Cairns. The agitation which would follow tb e rejection of tho bill w o u ld be m o st disastrous to th e country a n d would do n o thing to save th e Irish Church. It would l*e U t t e r to accept th e bill and modify i t in com m ittee th a n renew ill feeling and excitem ent. L o rd Carnahan supported the recom m e n d a ­ tions of Lord Salisbury and urged the Cham b e r Peers, now th a t it waa able, to m a k e term s for th e Irish Church as they m ight not have an opportunity hereaf­ ter. Ix»rd Derby waa in favor of the rejec­ tion of the bill, contending th a t persona! fears should deter no one from doing right. The m a jority of the Lords present approved th e views of Lord Derby, and it was agreed th a t on the second leading of th e bill it should be opposed. It is is e stim a ted there w ill be a m a jority of eighty agaii a t the Irish Church bill on t h e second reading in th o House of Lords. ARREST OK CONSPIRATORS. Some arrests have been m ade in Paris w ithin th e last tw o days in consequence, it is reported, of discovery by’ the police of th e new political conspiracy. Details of the affairs are as yet unknown. PRUSSIA. B e r l i n , Ju n e 6. —T h e N o r th G e rm a n Parliam e n t has adopted th e federal budget. T h e annual revcuue and expenditure of th e confederation are about equal, being eetiniated|ui t h e b u d g e t a t 76,000,000 thalers each. REDUCTION OK TAXES. M a d r i d , Ju n e 0. D irect t a x e s Spanish colonies havo been reduce 1 one- half. Sm all export d u ty on sugar un i to acco h as been impose 1. THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. T h e N. Y . H e rald has a special cable dca patch, dated L o n d o n . Ju n e 5th, G iving th e tone of t h e E n g lish papers in reference to Lord C larendon’s r e v i e w of th e A labam a correspondence previously p u b lished. The S . a n d a r l (Tory organ), after a b u sing A m e rica for a h iftiuers, aiogance and greed s a y s : No E n g lish m inister ever had to m ake any explanations so hum iliating as Lord Clarendon u ttered th e night before in th e House of Lords. H o w e v e r conscious of perfect s incerity his motive# a n d rectitude of conduct i t was no less hum iliating to be obliged to tre a t in conventional phrases diplomacy w ith a c o u n try t h a t has acted ar th e U m ited States have done in th e A laba m a case. The Telegraph , th e m inisterial organ, says th a t from w h a t transpired in the House of Lords last night, M r. Motley can aacertain w h a t hopes there are to re open negotiations, and he w ill see th a t in the opinion of Englishm en th e conutry hy, gone far enough. W h a t he m ay solicit w ith success he w ill find in th e articles of th e rejected convention, and w h a t i t is hopeless to suggest he can find in Senator th * t th e volunteers have removed th e Gov­ ernors of Cardenas and Colon and propose to establish a triumvirate, con­ sisting of prom inent Spaniards, to gov­ ern tbe Island until th e home g o v e rnm e n t is settled, will probably give L-ownt V alascsda command of the forces in the field. The Governor of Havana and chief Justice have resigned. Forty officials and th e bishop accompany Dulce to Spain. Espii.sn is ex pec ted to resign soon, A serious affray be- tha volunteers and regulars has taken place a t Cardeaaa. WASHINGTON. Decision ol Attorney General Hoar in the Texas Case. Colored L a b o rers In tbe Navy Yard. Ac., Ac., Ac. W a s h i n g t o n , Ju n e ♦'». John M cLangston having declined the mission to Liberia, his brother Charles has been appointed in his place. APPOINTMENTS. Jo h n P. Bigelow is appointed Chief of the lx>an branch of th e T reasury D e p a rt­ ment, nVG Andrew s, resigned. Oscar D. M udgc is appointed Chief of th e Special Agency Division of the T reasury, rice ( 'oL G u thrie, resigned. ATTORNEY GENERAL HOAR has rendered his decision relative to the trial of citizens of Texas by a m ilitary com­ mission. H e holds th a t such trial is a n - thonzed by the reconstruction acts of Con­ gress, which has pow e r n o t only to declare war, b a t to declare w h e n w a r is ended. Texas is declared to be s till in a s tate of war, and a trial which resulted in th e con­ viction of a w h ite m a n nam e d W e a v e r of tbe m u rder of a freed m an is in full ac­ cordance w ith th e law, and th e r e exists no obstacle to th e execution of t h e sentence. COLORED LABORERS. Y e sterday for t h e f irst tim e in t h e history of th e W a shington N a v y Y a rd, tw o colored men commenced w o rk as joiners, upon equal footing w ith the w h ites. They were form erly slaves and em p loyed in the Union service during the war. NO SPRIT A I. TAX. No spe ial tax w ill be required of any person, firm, company, corporation or a sso­ ciation, as m a n u facturers or dealers for the m anufacture of b u t te r a n d cheese, o r first sale of b u tter a n d cheese of th e ir own m a n ­ ufacture, o r Which they are engaged in m a n ­ ufacturing, either directly or indirectly. NEW YO R K . Dupuy'.s 1'a.w A r g n r d b e f o r r Jm l g r B l a t r h f o r d . T H E J E R O M E P A R K R A C E S . VOL. XXIV. MONDAY. JU N E 7. 1869. NO. 7997. Ac,. Ac., Ac. N f . w Y ork , Ju n e 7. T h e first race was a hurdle race over six hurdles for $500. The race w as won by II. B. T o d d ’s H a r r y Booth. Time 3 251. Second race—Fordham Stakes, H a n d icup Colt by Uncle Ned, 1 y e a rs, 1, Gen. Duke 2, N e c taire 3. Time, 2 .14J-. A trem e n - lou*» wind storm carried away th e aw n ing irons fore and aft in front of t h e grand stand as the horses came in, com p letely sh u ttin g them from view of tb e spectators. T h ird race- -Belm o n t Stakes, 3 year olds, 1 m ile 5 furlongs, $200 e n trance, $150 add­ ed, 37 entries; won by A u g u s t Belm o n t’s Fenian, his gelding being second, R . \V. ’’am c ron’s Invercauld th ir d , U- G. M o rris’ Palowine filly fourth, and M. fi. Sanford’s Lexington gelding last. Time, 3.04}. Track heavy in consequence of a rain storm , but the race was well c o n tested by the three first horses. B e ttiug $100 to $S0 on Bel­ m o nt a g a inst th e field. The fourth race for M ember’s Cup, val­ ued a t $250, handicap sw e e p stakes, $50 each, 1$ miles, ridden for by m em b ers of the club, was w e n by Shea’s Clim ax, a d m ir­ ably ridden by LI we 8, beating M cD anniel’s Morrisey after a close race. D a v is’ A lm a aiue in third, 'lim e , 2.074* T h e Climax was backed even against th e field. The fifth race for sw e e p stakes for fillies, foaled in ISfiT, $2U0 each, five furlongs, ight e n tries, was won by M cConnell's A n ­ na Mace, beating M orris' Remorseless and C a treli’s C ricket in 1.08} ; betting even be­ tween Mace and Remorseless, ami four to one against Cricket. MORTUARY. D eaths for th e week, 41(1. IMPORTS. Tho foreign im p o rts of dry goods and general m erchandise a t th is p o r t for the past week aggregate $5,432,U00 against $4,259,000 for the corresponding week of last year. SAILED. The new ly appointed U n ited States Con­ suls to Brussels, M a n chester a n d Barcelona sailed to-day iu th e s team e r C ity of Paris for Liverpool. • REUNION. Tbe Executive Com m ittee of the Socie,ty :*f the Burnside Expedition a n d N in th Arm y 'orps, has designated th e 7th of J u l y as the tim e, and Rocky Point a3 th e place for holding th e a n n u a l reunion. A rrangem e n ts are beiug m ade w ith various railroad and atearubnat companies for half-fare tickets. The official p rogram m e will be published in a few days. SUPERINTENDENT KENNEDY Issued au order yesterday for c a m ing into effect th e new regulations relating to am h u lances and stretchers for sick and wounded persons. Tho order states th a t such persons shall he tak e n to Bellevue H o spital, and t h a t no prisoners s h a ll be car­ ried to the H o spital except on t h e comm it­ m e n t of a m a g is trate. Considerable dissat­ isfaction is e x p ressed by th e force a n d some mem bers of th e Board w ith these clauses of th e order. ARRESTED. R o b e rt Briggs a n d H e n ry 0 . Ross were yesterday arrested on th e charge of being im p licated in th e alleged incendiary burn­ ing of Brisgs B rothers stables in December last, on W e st T w e n ty-third street. They gave bail before J u d g e Dow ling in $50,0uflk each, to appear for exam ination to-morrow. 1 licse pai ties m ake four who have been a r ­ rested on this charge. RAILROAD ACCIDENT. T h e rear c a r of the passenger train on the Erie railw a y ran off the track near Hoho- kus yesterday m o rning, and w a s dragged three (m a r ten of a mile, crossing tw o bridges before the train was stopped. No persons were injured. d u p u y ’ s c a s e . T h e case in reference t o t h e pardon i s - sued by President Johnson on the eve of his r e tirem e n t from office in favor of Du- S uva, convicted for rem oving s p irits from istillery which Collector Bailey had seized, waa argued on S a turday before Judge B latchford. Picrepont for th e tiov- ernm e n t, Sew a rd and Stoughton for pris­ oner. Decision reserved. HEAVY .SENTENCE. R o b e rt Boyd, c o n v ic te d for embezzelling a letter from th e poet office, was sentenced to ten years im p risonm e n t by U n ited States Commissioner Osborne. George G. De- U a y , who pleaded guilty to sim ilar offe nse, was sent to the C o u n ty j a i l for t h r e e years. 000 w o rth of property. P a r tially insured. The tire is supposed t o be th e w o rk of an incendiary. Two policemen, Noonan and M e Laugh lin, have been arrested in Philadelphia on a charge of entering tw o houses and beating th e inm a tes a lm o st t o death, breaking fu r ­ niture, Ac. T h e sufferers are colored per­ sons. John Murry, an old respectable citizen of Portsmouth, Vxl,was killed by Alex. Perry, an oystennan, yesterday. M urry having reason to believe his daughter had been se­ el need by Perry, he proceeded in search of him with the intention of shooting him. Meeting Perry in company with his father, M u rry discharged a shot gun at young Perry inflicting a alight Hash wound in his leg. Young Perry returned the tire from a double barreled shot gun but w ithout ef­ fect. Murry and tae elder Perry then grappled, when the younger Perry shot Marry through tho breast causing death within one hour. Perry surrendered to the police. After a preliminary examination he was released on $500 bail for appear­ ance on trial Monday. H . J . Barnes, a notorious horse thief, was found hanging to a tree on Thursday m o rning n e a r the Shelby Depot, Tennessee. The body waa riddled w ith trallets. From pajiers on h is person i t is supposed he was originally from N e w a rk, N . J. The Flberton (G a .) Gazette states t h a t an insurrectionary plot has been disclosed by a negro, having for i ts object the burning of th e tow n of Lexington, th e county seat of < >gelthorp, and th e m assacre of th e inhabi­ tants. T h e Sheriff and posse, while a r ­ resting negroes said to be im p licated in the plot, were resisted by one, whom they shot and killed. Samuel Bixby, of Boston, and M iss Cobb, of H ingham , w ere drow o e d last evening at Hull, M ass., by upsetting a pleasure boat. T h e bodies were recovered. The base ball m a tch betw e en th e H a r ­ vard’s, of M a ssachusetts, and th e D a rt­ m o u th's, of New H a m p shire, yesterday, a t Lowell, resulted in favor of th e H a rvard’s, 38 to 0. An immense public m eeting of persons opposed to thy Irish ( 'hurch was held iu Dublin. N e a rly tw e lve thousand people . ere present. A protest against the bill was a d o p ted and will b e sent to th e House of Lords. H u g h Fisher died in Troy, Saturday n ight frum injuries received by beiug throw n off t h e railw a y bridge c rossing Fifth street in t h a t city. T h e cerem ony of decorating t h e graves of Confederate soldiers a t Loudon Park, Bal­ tim o re Cem e te ry, took place Saturday af­ ternoon. The President and p a rty returned to W a shington from A n n a p o lis Saturday-. Chief J u s tice Chase rendered several de­ risions in th e U n ited S tates C ircuit C o u rt S a turday a t C h a rleston, S. C. H e leaves to-m o rrow for Raleigh, N. C. A special despatch from E llsw o rth says M iles’ c o u riers have arrived from Salina, and report t h a t tw o additional bodies have been found, m aking 13 k illed. The Indians are devastating t h e settlem e n ts on the Sol­ omon and R e p u b lican rivers. A d jt. Gen. M orehouse leaves to-uight for Republican w ith 23 scouts. H e received despatches to ­ day notifying him t h a t Indians were in the vicinity of W h ite Rock and Lake Sibley all th e week in large num b ers, killing and de­ stroying everything. M a jor Cox of the 10th C a v a lry arrived from Cam p Supply, and reports t h a t all the A rapahoes and 400 Ci.cyennca w ere a t t h a t post hungry and out of a m m u n ition. C’ol. Nelson, Superin­ tendent is here w ith a s tock of provisions and goods for th e ir benefit. H e reports also t h a t the colonics in Jew e l a n d M itchell counties in northw e s tern K a n sas have been driven into Republic and W ashington coun­ ties, and tw e n ty persous were killed. M in- tel Peck, an old citizeD, was killed while crossing Republican river. A panic pre­ vails among th e settlers in t h a t p a r t of the State. The A n n u a l m eeting of th e stockholders of th e M ilwaukee A St. Paul Railroad Co. was held in M ilw aukee Saturday. Tho following were elected directors for th e term s nam ed : For three years—Alex. M itchell, M ilwaukee, Russell Sage, of N ew Yo»k, Fred K. P. Jam e s, N. Y ., N. A. Cow dry, N . Y ., U. 8. (lu* rail, N. Y. For tw o years, Selah C h a m ­ berlain, C leveland, Ohio, S. S. M errill, M ilwaukee, Ju liu s W a d sw o rth, N. Y ., Jam e s Buell, N. Y. For one year, Jam e s G. G a rnet, N. Y., H e n ry Keep, N. Y ., J . H. Benedict,’ N. Y ., 8. P. M o rton, N. Y. ALBANY. A r r i v a l n f D e l e g a t e s f n t h e P r i n t e r s * t o n v e n t I o n — S h o e m a k e r * o n a S t r i k e . A c ., A c , ford De Reicliffe moved for a copy of the Alabama treaty. He. said the Government hndahownthe greatest conciliation in ita de sire to maintain peace, and trusted that when negotiations w e r e resumed betw een the two oountries that a calmer spirit than th a t which succeeded Mr. Sumner’s speech would show its influence, and th a t tht Americans would feel th a t there were de­ mands th a t England could n e t entertain. He hoped th a t such negotiations would place our Dilations upon a satisfactory foot ing and all would rejoice if that end cOuld be attained by the able man whom all ad­ mire. Lord Clarendon regretted the uiiad voidable delay in furnishing the papere called for. He traced the history of the negotiations and said that the House of Commons was not en­ titled to assume that the majority of the Senate and people of the United State* supported Mr. Sumner’s demands. He be­ lieved that without intervention tbe rym pathetic feelings and good sense of Ame rica would ultimately prevail. T h e friendly feelings of the United S tates were recipro­ cated. He would shrink from no sacrifice to maintain peace, but the national honor must be maintained. He was n o t aware of the nature of Mr. Motley’s instructions, but he hoped wl xt had occurred would promote and not hinder negotiations. A s the terms that England was willing to con­ cede or must refuse were well known. T h e F rench trans-A tlantic cable is com­ pleted. T h e personal property of th e late Sir Edw a rd C u n a rd in England has been sworn a t £300,009. T h ree thousand em igrants have sailed from Liverpool during t h e past week. I t is semi-officially stated that the French government is opposed to the neutralization of the Suez canal. Gen. D e R o d a is to sail in s tan tly for Cuba in reply to the dem a n d of Gen. Dulce, for im m e d ia te relief from the Captain-Generalcy of t h a t islanJ. B r u s s e l s , Ju n e 5.—The U p p e r Cham b er has confirmed tb e bill recently passed by th e Low er H o u se to abolish im p risonm ent for debt. ENGLAND. L o n d o n , Ju n e 5.—T h e tem p e rate speech of Lord Clarendon in th e House of Lord? last e v e n ing on th e s u h joct of t h e Alabama T reaty, has e!icite«l t h e following comment*, from th e London journals this m o rning : T h e Tim m says : For o u r own p a r t con­ sidering th e dem a n d s of A m erica and the ready concessions of E n g land, we wonder th a t th e latter got off so well. T h e rejec­ tion of th e t r e a ty was more a lucky c-iancc th a n the r e s u lt of th e firmness of anybody engaged in th e behalf o f G reat Britain. T h e Standard says: T h e n e g o tiations for the Alabam a treaty failed because America never intended them to succeed. If Eng­ land now adm its t h a t i t is her d u t y to re ­ new her efforts for a peaceful settlem e n t, i t is w ithout hope. O u r honest desfic for such s e ttlem e n t w ill n o t be a p p reciated but by a sm a ll section of th e A m e rican people. M eantim e until th e details of M r. M o tley's mission is know n , we should fold our hands and lim it our com p lim ents to him as a great historian. T h e Httir says: A m ericans can no - longer doubt o u r w illingness to do them rigat, or our dutero&inatiod to preserve our Na tional character and credit. M a d r i d , Ju n e 5.— A d m iral fTopete, read Dulce’s telegram s announcing his immigra­ tion as C a p tain G eneral, before C o n s tituent Cortes last evening. G reat e x c item e n t p r e ­ vailed. M a rshal Serrano asked for suspension of judgm e n t un til arrival of Dulee, am . until particulars in m a tter w ere known. R u ­ m o red Dulee w a s recalled o n account of his leniety to C u b a n insurgents. FRANCE. P a r i s , J u r e 5 . — M r . L a Y alloteofficially declares w a rlike rum o rs published in news* papers r ecently a re w ithout any foundation. Item * b y l'e i e g r a p h . Joseph M. Dake, proprietor of the largest bakery in th e U n ited States, died yester* <1 -.y a fternoon a t Chicago, from apoplexy. He f o rm e rly resided a t Page’s C o m e rs ami at Saratoga, New Y o rk. — In the celebrated breach of promise suit brought by Mfss Lawrence against Drajier Cook, in A u g u sta, Maine, w h e rein th e jury rendered a verdict of $8,590 for plaintiff i.n <K:ti»i»er, 1867, the f u d c o u rt to-day rendered au opinion sustaining the exceptions taken by th e defendant a n d ordered a 'n e w trial. Among t h e passengers by t b e ' steam ship W e ser, which arrived at N e w York thi«* m orning, from Bremen, were 'Cyras W . Field, lady and daughter. Col. W e ir h i s ju s t returned to F c r t Hays from a pursuit of the Indians, who com­ m itted th e outrages as Fossil Creek. He . . . . , ,, I reports t h a t he did not overtake them . An- A lbany , Ju n e t, - D . l e * » t M to t h t ot^e r |)trty MI1, by Gen. J-n n t e r . N«ho,.alU>n»M rt.on w h i c l i m . * t . Jm o T n i n g , A b o ' t ,m e m th e A w e m b ly C h a r t e r . » t t h e C .p it,;l | h u n J w J ln,llan. wero , J D l u t evening w ithin a mile of Sheridan, w ith a red flag to-day, have arrived from Now York city, Louisiana, South Carolina, W a shing­ ton, M issouri, Kansas, Tennessee, K e n ­ tucky, M a ryland, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and m any other States and the Canadas. Miss A u g n n ta I.ew is and Miss H ow ard, from New Y o rk, arc here for th e purpose of a sking for a charter. Tho session will last all week. A num b e r of excursious to Saratoga a n d elsew h ere are to tak e place. The Governor a n d C o m p troller have been absent several days visiting th e C linton prison. T h e y are expected to return t o ­ day. A fight took place on S a turday betw e en a num b e r of shoem akers ou a s t r i k e a n d several a t w o r k , in w b ich t w o o r t h r e e men w e r e aeriously injured. T b e police in ter­ posed in tim e to prevent violence. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. fraoM tbstssday s irm o s i NEW YOKK j N e w Y o r k , Ju n e 5 . — W m. Allencom b as found guilty in th e H u d son C ity, N. J., C o u rt of Sessions yesterday, of a n o u t ­ rage on a young girl, and was sentenced to hard labor in th e S tate Prison for ten years. FRAUDULENT BANKRUPTCY. Moses H. Crosis, a well know n politician, was brought before Commissioner B e tts charged w ith having fraudulently om itted to give a full s tatem e n t of his debts in the schedules a p p e n d ed to his p e tition in bank­ ruptcy. H e was discharged to apjiear for exam ination on M o n d ay next. TH E HOTEL STRIKE. T h e w a iters’ strike still continues, the proprietors being apparently determ ined to resist. r’a speech. The Telegraph further says that England will never put trouble- m b k pressure upon the new American Min­ ister to hasten the completion of this difficult task and England is always ready to cancel every traoe of angry feeling. The Star, John Brights organ, savs ws can mow ad­ vance steadily into the future. The Aaae- ricans cannot now doubt the willingness of the Biitish Government to do them the right on its determination, protect our ohmaeter and credit. The Time*, regard­ ing Lord Clarendon’s statements, says, % ith curious criticism on its own work, p . . t i t made no great eapresaion of satis- frefcbie when negotiations fell through, and for ita own part, considering how muah fl ■wins wanted, and how much British Secretaries wars ready to give, it waa a wonder how England got o f f so well. The Herald also has a s|iecial from Hav ana, 4th) via Key W est, .'ith, stating that the programme of the volunteers it to re- m a inqaast until the arrival of Caba&cr He Bodha, te allow hue to M—i s comma and than to await events. T h o S i sn n h A d m iral s t i a i g l y e h jected to th e a m n of th e volunteers m d s p s s i a g H a los, b n t a s h s finally soqniasesd i t is fin* Itevod he w i l l rem a in a m n i v e spectat or , w h a tev e r t h e y m a y d o ba/ eee t h e arriv a l o f ^■ o thm dripnteh of ths smns dote MISCELLANEOUS hoisted. T h e President has m ade th e following a p ­ pointm e n ts: C. C. A n d rews, M innesota, M inister Resident a t Stockholm ; Barnes L. Graham, J r . , U n ited States Consul a t F l o r e C h a r l e s 11, M obly; U n ited State? A ttorney for th e Southern D istrict of Florida; Jo h n Lynch, Louisiana, Surveyor General of the D istrict of Louisiana. T t l c g r a p h l r H e n « o r O r a e n l In t e r e s t * r ° “ D i f f e r e n t P o i n t s . A premature b last explosion on the Bos­ ton, Hartford and Erie road, Saturday af- ternooo, resulted as follows : John Dona- hoe, foreman on works, leg badly broken, face burned to a crisp, ami eyes blown o u t ; cannot survive. Patrick Duval, body shockingly mangled and skull crushed ; died in tw enty minutes after the explosion. John Murphy, thigh fractured. These were all single young men. Several others were slightly bruised. M urphy will reoover. Don shoe and Duval ware blown thirty feet in the sir. The first locomotive for the Roundout and Oswego road, called “ Pennsylvania,’’ reached Rhinebeek yesterday. L. Y. Collins, a respectable fanner resid­ ing in Brunswick, committed suicide by Ranging Saturday. Richard H. Dana has withdrawn kis suit against tho city of Cambridge for omitting kw name on the voting list last August. Tbs saw and g rist mill hslnfffiffg to Mc- Kaaa A Bilmham. Comdsff. 9 . I . , waa do- stssysd h y fins a s t s r ilsy mmuing A large am o unts! gram sad flew was destroyed. W A S H I N G T O N . W a s h i n g t o n , Ju n e 5 . — I n accordance w ith th e orders of Secretary Boutwell, all the c u rrency, e le c trotype a n d s tereotype a n d copper-plates w ere, a few days ago, m elted in th e T reasury building furnace. The steel plates could not be aa easily destroyed and th e y were to-day rem oved to t h e navy yard for th a t purpose. T h e comm ittee having th e m a tter in charge, Senator T h a y e r b eing a t th e head of it, had been em p loyed since M onday l:ist in examining, recording and packing th e plates, d ies, rolls and bed pieces, num b ering in all a b o u t 2990. They were packed in f o rty boxes, w e ighing 16,000 pounds. Each box w as securely fastened*w ith iron bands and bore three each, respectively of th e T reaaurer a n d the Register of th e T reasury and Ja y Cooke A Co. The boxes were thrown into tke furnace in tb s prsseuae of th e com m ittee and several of t h e officers o f th e yard. The doors w ere closed an d th e d r a f t turned en an d in lms than an hour these plates, from which h ad been printed over eight billions of dollars, wove melted aad soon cooled into solid blocks of steeL in t e r n a l r e v e n u e . The receipts of th e internal revenue to ­ day were over a million. T h e currency balance in the T reasury is now about $23,- 000,090. CUTTING d o w n . Several clerks and six of nine watchmen »t the Navy Department have beesi dis­ missed, owing to the reduced appropriations of Congress. B C S e P E A J I . L ondon , Jnns 4. In ths House of Com­ mons this eveaisu Mr. Bruce explained the report which h i d been current of the cru­ elty towards Fenian prisoners. He said tom - married promptly, and M. F .-ere- Or b an if uow a M inister of State. W h a t one of all our women's rights women has done much for herself or for any other man! To be sure, M. Frere, like Barkis, happened to be “ willin’,” not only to be kissed in pub­ lic, bnt to take the conacqueuces in priv­ ate. l'erhaps this m ight not be the cate with every man in a sim ilar predicament. HR. MOTLEY ’SIN STRU CTI0S S. T R c y a r e A s s e r t e d t o H a v e U c e n F u l l a a d C w i a p l c t e , P r e p a r e d b y M r . F U h a a d A p p r o v e d b y I k e E a t l r e ' C a b l a c t . fFrom th e C incinnsti CommerciaL] W ashington , May 3u. Mr. Motley had full and complete in stractions when he sailed from New York on tne 19th instant. Those instructions were not of a general character, but were minute and unabridged. Tbey referred not only to naturalization and emigration, and all the m atters in interest at present between the two countries, but they wen particular and specific on the subject oi the Alabama depredations. Instead ol these instructions beiug prepared under the direction ol the President, the very reverse is true. Secretary Fish was asked by the President to prepare memoranda of his (Fish’s) ideas respecting the Alabama sub­ ject, or to submit a rough draft of instruc tions to him, which he would lay before the Cabinet. This Mr. Fish did. He prepared a t great length, iu his own hand, the instructions to Mr. Motley, which oc­ cupied his time more than a fortnight. W h e n he had finished his work he noti­ fied Gen. G rant, w h o a t once drove to the .State D e p a rtm e n t in com p a n y w ith his A ttorney-G e n e ral, and M r. F is h read the instructions aloud to th e tw o gentlemen. They n o t only approved of all th e positions assumed, heartily and em p h a tically, b a t they concurred entirely in every expression and the language employed. N o t a line nor a w ord w a s c h anged. In th a t form th e i n ­ structions, on tbe following Friday, were subm itted t o th e entire C a b inet m eeting at its regular session, and were subjected to the m o st careful scrutiny. M r. Fish was called upon to explain certain m a tters, b u t so ably did he defend his course, an d so unobjectionable were th e instructions, t h a t not a principle nor a w o rd waa amended, and before Mr. M o tley s a iled these instruc­ tions w era placed in his hands j u s t as Mr. Fish h a d prepared them . A s to t h e ir contents, I can only s a y t h a t they are not based upon th e speech or the opinions of Senator Sum ner. T h e English G o v e rnm e n t w ill be m ade to understand th a t th is G o v e rnm e n t is n o t responsible for the speeches of Senator Sum n e r, or a n y ­ body e lse; b u t th is is not saying t h a t th e A d m inistration w o u ld disregard th e voice of th e people as m ade known by a num b er of th e ir direct R e p resentatives; but the S tate D e p a rtm e n t is well informed of a ll the phases of th e A labam a m a tter from th e be­ ginning, j u s t w h a t points to press a n d w h a t to avoid, w h a t ground has already been de­ veloped and w h a t untouched, an d all the intricacies of th e m o st intricate subject, while Congress a n d th e people a re ignorant of i t j a ll. T h e negotiations to be effective m u st be secret, and tim e has de\’eloped th a t nothing is secret in Congress. th e A d m iniatratisa is L e tter p r e ­ pared to judge of th e m a tter th a n the pub­ lic a t large. T h e iu&tructions to M r. M o t­ ley arc not a t a 1 of a belligerent c h a racter. ^ new M inister w ill explain to th e O u r English G o v e rnm e n t th e relations of the Senate and E x e c u tive in th e m a tter of making and ratifying treaties, and w ill en­ deavor to show t h a t the Senate a n d Execu­ tive are in full accord, and lie him self is given to understand t h a t no such treaty as th a t negotiated by R e v e rdy Johnson and Earl Clarendon w ill be a ccptable to either branch of the treaty-m a k ing power. The instructions will do m u ch tow a rd allaying the excitem e n t a n d passion in both coun­ tries —engendered, on th e one hand, by the speech of M r. Sum n e r, and, o n t h e other, by the violent a n d unfair tone of th e English press. W h ile M r. M o tley’s course w ill have a soothing effect on th e public m ind, there w ill be nothing i a th e attitu d e of our Gov­ ernm e n t to lesson th e self-respect of even such partisans as Senator Chandler or Mr. Sum ner. T h e G o v e rnm e n t w ill m aintain its ow n dignity and enforce re«pect from others. A firm, respectful, dignified a t t i ­ tude w ill be taken and adhered to, b u t no effort w ill be m ade to Lully or intim idate the En^'li^h G o v e rnm e n t into term s. If any result is reached i t w ill be favorable to the U n ited States. Of t h a t the public may rest assured. W h e n th e subject will lie brought to th e a ttention of the English Gov­ ernm e n t is uncertain. It w ill n o t be p recip­ itated, b u t if a favorable opportunity pre­ sents itself, it w ill I kj taken advantage of, and negotiations w ill at no tim e be resisted by him. Of course, t h e tim e necessary for such a work is considerable. W o receive our news by cable, but th e g o v e rnm e n t c a n ­ not accept inform a tion which reaches here in an unofficial form. I t m u st w a it for mails, sometim es long delayed, and fre­ quently so incom p lete is th e information which is received officially tiia t inquiries are necessary to be retu r n e d tim e alter tim e. T h e governm e n t thus gets th e name of procr& stinatiug th e public business, wheu, in tru t h , it is being e x p e d ited as rapidly as the m ails and th e dignity of English diplom acy render possible, H. J . R. ffflbsfff s a t e d to of t im b e r P e e k e d d e e b e y e d $50,- I t e m s B y T e l e g r a p h I t is now understood th a t G^n. G rant w ill visit th e Peace Jubilee. I»* view **r this th e Boston Encam p m e n t K n ights Tem p la rs, Com m ander N. P. Ba-aks, who are to visit Philadelphia on th e }2tb, w ill tender th e P resident a n escort. * A subm a rine diver nam e d R o b e rt Spencer w a s drow n e d a t Southw e s t Pass Friday w h ile w recking the steam stiip P a n ­ theon. T h e lace g lass broke and he became fouled among th e tim b e rs, and i t was im ­ possible to h a u l him up. A m an named W . E. Buck descended in tw e n ty-five feet of w a ter w ithout arm o r a n d recovered the body. C. M axson & Co’s p laning m ill iu W e s ter­ ly, R. I., w a s destroyed by fire F riday evening. Loss $5000. N o insurance. A P a r i s i a n I n c i d e n t * [P a ris Correspondence New Y o rk W ir'.d.] A few nights since a young, well dressed, and very p r e t t y woman w a s dancing a t M abille, where, by the way, th e r e is a s yet no Queen. Fille de l’A ir and Alice la blanchisseuse having disappeared He low the horizon, despite, o r pzobably in consequence of, th e notoriety t h e y enjoyed last Bummer. T h e wom an in question danced w ith so m u ch s p irit, grace, and petulance t h a t she was soon s u rrounded by a compai t throng which stim n lated her to fu rth e r jxertions by applause. A t last she advanced as lez cavalier *eul, and was m o st airy an d pro­ voking until she suddenly stopped, her countenance became rigid, her eyes s tarted w ildly from th e ir sockets—in another sec ond she gave a wild scream: “ G reat heavens! m y husband!” and she bounded quick as lightning, am id th e peals of laughter of th e spectators. Every eye i now tnrned tow a rds th e spot on which her terrified gaze had been riveted. T h e re stood, w ith folded arm s, a young m an some th irty years old. H e said, w ith au ironical, husky voice, “ Yea, gentlem e n , th e new sta r w hom you have been applauding is my w ife—th e m o ther of m y children 1 have come to m u rder her. Yes! w h enever m eet h e r again, I w ill shoot her down. H is d e a d ly pallor confirmed his words. The G iles police came np aad begged him to ve the establishment. He asked, 4'Where is my wife ?” He was told rise }<ad gotten into a carriage sad h a d driven away ■ W ily - ________ t H o w a B e l g i a n D a m s e l G e l P a p a * W e believe in the Belgian waffk»c. They m ake not one-half so mnch fuss about their “ rights” as our own female gospellers, aad they are infinitely more energetic: in secur­ ing them . 41 Deeds, not Words,” is our motto. We chronicled, th a ethel* day, th e decisive victory won fay the esrvrat girls of Ghent in defeoee o l their a n o e n t and tradi­ tional rights to the ex purgatory profits of ........................ .. .......... And h ereto the way ia which the fashionable damsels of Brus­ sels carry their point in answers mstrimo- aisL M lk. Orfaa* the disgbter of a rich hanker, wished to marry M. From, a youeg lawyer. Papa Orhaa objected. % Mflm Orban aadpapa went to thu opera to p f h cams to their box to ■ s t i f f p h Orban jumped n p , throw | k i his neck, end then and thm e hissed him, rarest pojmlo, before King end people end Mrs. Graady, q u o * M a lt! f f e s E w a A quEER story is told of R a n d a ll S y l­ vester of Freedom , M e ., a m an tw e n ty-tw o kM l o r n m hmA Athmmm y — ■bove a w h isper, and i r w H e dream e d one night how to m ake a violin, although he had never seen one m ade. H e w a s supplied w ith lim b s in th e rough, and such tools as he could use while lying on his back, and d u g i t o u t w ith an a p p le corer. T h e in s tr u ­ m e n t is very beautifully ornam e n ted w ith resem b ling pearls, and th e tone is very fine. I t is composed of ninety-tw o pieces, b u t appears like one piece t d l ex ­ am ined closely. T e e i n E x t r a c t e d W i t h o u t P s i B , J . G. BAKBOUR, form e rly of N ew Y o rk, k u an otUce to cnnnectton w ith Lrt. M. B. Stnitgl.t, Den tint, w h e re h e c a n be loo n a daily ready t o reh e ie suffering h u m a n ity. D r. B a r b o u r, having ' ----- *- r teeth C h u d areal _ e influence of N itro r o O x ide (or laughing gas), will dev o te hie whole tim e t o t h is branch of practice H u n d red* > f ta-GinomaL* c a n be'seen a t t h e office, a t No. 3d3 M ain tre e t. __________ _ _________ L a k e I c e . T h t Buffalo Ice Cnmi»anv a rc now prepared t o aup ply c u t i m e u w ith Lake Ice a t th e low e st rates. J lu ll supply guaranteed th e reason tb iu u g b . The Deli .ery Wagons ol th i s eo m p tn y are co'ored red and prom inently lettered \L A K E IC E ” A n y in a t­ ten tio n of m e n del.v e r ier K reported a t t k e of­ fice, w ill be corrected. O rders l e f t a t M ARVIN'S D R U G STORE, c o r. W a shington and S tn e c a street*, w ill he p r o m p tly flile ’ * » BKIOGS. T h e S s r e C e r e , J e a s e r ’a C o a g h M i x t w r e , C u res Coughs, Colds, A s thm a , H o a resnem , so d all affections of th e T h r o a t o r L u a s s . P tf tv a p e r b o ttle. Sold only by R. /X X N E K , Chemise, lw T y p e F e s a d r y A n d PR IN T E R S ’ W AREHOUSE fureiahce every article required i s t h e p r in tin g bus. te x t .d e w e d , o n a s reasonable t e rm s a a a n y F o u n d ry in th is country. Also. E BCTROTVPfNO In aO its v a riety. A lso, ty p e a ‘ “ J e a a s r ' i H a i r T e s l c e a d l U s t o r a t l v r , ___ i rem e d y . T ry it-—it never This preparation stops th e h a i r falling o u t prom o tes n vbroror o g r o w th ctann-ee th e of dandruff, end renders th e h a ir » d l gloaay. I t ooataii-a n e e u lp h u r ,s u * a r o l land o r o th ­ e r uoloring m a t t e r , being * ~* 1 ' strengthening t h e h a ir . §0 Ptw— 4 by R poaite t h e Park. B a r t f f r d F i r e t a a s r a a r e C e a t p a a y . C h a r tered I s 1810- C a jd ^ a jd tal^. I f l p e r b o t lit M ata e t.. U l §1,000,009. gs,gs, « Brown’s BnUdtn ef .H a rtford. C * « ta l , mos.000. WM. G. SM ITH . 1 n . Building. Buffalo, M. I H l g b w l a a a , A k t o e t , B t c . TH O M 4 ff CLA R K , sueeeaeor t o Clark A B row n , Bcey^ D f o t f f t e . e a ^ e f W a a h hyNmaud F D t e e o l w t t e w wff « T h e Arm of JA S O N PA R K K R A CO ., h a v ing been dissolved on tb e first ot A p ril t o t , th e y ta k e m e thod of re tu r n in g th a n k s fo r t h a lib e r . 1 pal X t ex tended t o t h e m . T h e account* o f th e late Aim wi'l b e misled b: EDW ARD DUDLEY, at hw iffc e , . e a r n e r n f Erie at an d Terrace, and all demands against J. P. ff Oa. o r E d w a rd Durffey, should be A T ONCR P R E ­ SEN T E D , as he w ishes t o leave t h a city for hie health for a short time. JASON PA R K E R , ED W A R D DUDLEY. M alleable Iro n m a d e t o o r d e r PRA T T A LETCH W o to T H J P y p r intore. O d e * S t a t e I d T e r raos a t , P h n s l x F i r e I s of H a rtford. C a p ital. to » g m s . WM. & SM ITH . A g e n t, 4 B row n 's BnUcinge, Bufialo, M. T . -J0 0 Boxen W indow 01am , m e o rted d m . PLATT G L A M FO R S T O R M A N D DW E L L INGS a t L w th a n C a m e ra Prices. M.0Q9 t o . W H IT E LEAD, 10J bbla. LIM S E k D O IL P e r s a le by A REYNOLDS A CO., l f l M a l n a t i n d M U n n d a t Buffalo, M. Y. D IED . COLEMAM—In t>w city , on t h e 5 th m e t , Wm. B. Colem a n , aged £7 y» are. F u n e ral th is fM onday) a fternoon a t t | o'clock, from hlx late r e s td-nce. No. 75 ftlerentfa s t r e e t Friend* an d acquaintances a r e re pectfuD y invited t o a t ­ tend. U I M B E N n . THE RINK. GREAT ATTRACTION P R E P A E I S Q For* tire \W eek. \LET US HAVE PEACE!” G R E A T NATIONAL PEACE JUBILEE. (P rojected by Mr. P. 8. G ilm o re ) BOSTON, J a n e 1 5 , 1G , I T , 1 9 a n d 1 9 , 1 8 G 9 . To eom m e m m o rate th e res'o r a tio n of PEACE THROUGHOUT T H E LAND. This glonoua e v e n t m ou* national history will he c Iebrated by t h e GRANDEST MUSICAL FESTIVAL ev e r k»ow n in t h e history of t h e w orld The P resident o f t h e U n ited 8tateH, V e m b rre of his C a b inet, Heads of DejK.rtroents G o v e rnors of all th a Slats*, and u x a v o t b . r u iaiin g u t o e d per­ ilous from all parto of th e c o u n tr y , together w 'th th e R e p resentatives o f Foreign G o v e rn­ m e n ts a t W a shington, have been invited by t h e M ayor a n d C ity Council of Bos­ to n , to becom e th e guests of th e C ity during th e FeaLival. T h e J u b ilee « ill fee o p e n e d on TnE8T>AY, JU N E 16 t ii , w ith Inaugural Cerem o n ie s, including P r a y e r by Rev.^K. E. D a l e ; an A ddreaa b y H is H o n o r Mayor anurtteff, welcoming all guests a n d v isitors t o Boston and to M a ssachusetts ; and a C o n g ratulatory address by H o n . A. H . Rice, on t h e R e storation o f Peace a 'id U n ion t h r >u?hout t k e land. T h e Inaugural C e n e u iocus will b e followed by a awil MISiCAL PEUtllAM'li in w h ich t h e GREATEST ottA T O R IO CHORUS ever iL-sembkd, c o m p rising over O N E H U N D R E D VOCAL ORGANIZATION?, who have been in reh^ar.-al for m a n y m o u tlis, will lake p a r t, a c c o m p a n it.l by a G rand O rchestra of ONE T d o U S A N U MUSICIANS, selected f r o r th e best o r c h e s t r a , band.-, and mu«i- eal a s ocia k n s i n th e U n ited State-\. T h e sc»!e up >n w h ic h i t is prt-p* scd to carry o u t th i - Festive), will r e p r e fen t, in ail its m a g n itude a n d s n l r n h r . th e g reatest cause fo r national rejoicing th t th e Am e rican people have ever been c all - d upon tcn e ic“irate,—THK KKsToRATIOM O F ? B A C K AND UNION THROUGHOUT T H E LAND. It w.ll bring to g e th e r In f r a tern a l g r e s t i a ? t h e lead ng m m of tbe natl'H i, a n d people f r o m all parto of th e land ; and aside fio m i*s * z u iticanje a-: t h e F ir e t G rand National Ke-uiiioo since th e cloae o f th e w a r, it will be tn e G r tv test Feast o f Sublim e and Inspiring Harm* ny th a t has e v e r be: n heard in a n y p a r t o f th e world. TICKETS NOW ON SA l.E AT MUSIC H ALL. P R lC f c e : Single A'lmLs .'.on, w ith beeuo d Seat, (5 and £>, ac­ cording t o location . Sim rie A .unianon, w ith o u t Secured Seat, Si. T c'.:ct Office o p e n from 9 A . M. to 6 P. M. A P. I’ECK, Music H a d , B e st u. T icket Ae’t. P e r O rder, IIE .n R i G. PA R K E R S^c'y. F E E * . CHEAP CATTLE AND HORSE FEED A T T H E B C IiA E W O R K S , FOOT OFC'OURT STREET. G E N T S ’ F I R . M S H I VG. F1SKE, CLARK & FLAGG’S PATENT PANTALOON D R A W E R S . A G E N T FO R T H IS C IT Y , T. KENNETT, 273 M a in St. GEORGE B. TRIPP, M ANUFACTURER O F A L L R IN D S O F SHIRTS, WRAPPERS, DRAWERS L in e n D ick ie s , B o s o m s , C o llar s an d Cuffs. H I D E TO OEDKH A N D FO E SA L E AT N il 11 N o r th D h r u taa A. F L a r n . THE PLACE TO BUT TOUR BOOTS D SHOES IS AT J E W E T T ’S POPULAR SHOE STORE. PR IC E S T H E LOW EST IS T H E C1TT, G O O D S T H E B E S T . ^ VARIETY T H E GREATEST. Wc m a k e a apeciallty o f Boyden’n fine Boot* and 8hom fo r G e n tlem e n , and Tracy’s flue Shoes fo- Ladies, Misses a n d Children. Thone w h o have o»c* orn these shoe* will w ear no others A L L GOOD3 W ARRANTED A S R E P R E S E N T E D . O n e P r ice O n ly. JAMES H. JEWETT, *06 MAIN STREET, Am erican Block.) E I F YOUR FLO U R DOCS J N O T SUIT. T R Y FRENCH A DOYLE, W H O L A S A U I • a o c m . r u m A N D o a t m e a l D E A L E N m M AIN NT _________ M l 2 0 0 GROUND OA.T- mv ’ m W, ANDREW M. JOHNSTON, r t m n e . c M c i u v . c k o c e e k t LOWER THAN EVER, AT M a t t h e w o ’ n e l l l .’ s , • t o MAIM 8 T ., T H IR D DOOR BSLO W « v y w * | x* Plated and Britannia Warn, FREN C H G L A M SH A D E S AMD S T A N D S O f a P kinds, f o r e o v w t a f “ W H O L E S A L E AMD R E T A I L n e t to be u n d e reold by any «■- k-Vhia t o y o r elsew h e re, would ( th e public to th e following Tea s a te, 44 pieces ........................ Toilet s e ts, 11 f f e e m ................... Seta o t G la-sw n re, fl p ieces.... Good plated a « o n , W . .. A u d a ll o th e r g o o d s iu t h a a ___ ty.and prices on a 1 m y goods g u a r a n teed’ ..SIB 00 * 76 . * T . 1 00 - f t 00 to 6 00 [ J N I T E D S T A T E S M O T E L , CA P E MAY CITY , N. J . , W ill b e opened for t h e season S a turday, May 29. In a ll f lret c t o ' a p p o intm e n ts, e q u a l t o a n y , a n d y e t a f fording t o fam ilies a 1 t n e c o m forts o l a home. Prc u h n t G r a n t e x p e c ts t o viari th e U n ited States thi* Season. Address AAKOH M1LL*K, P ropriet y . THOM AS’ HOTEL & DINING ROOMS, (OH T H E EUROPEAN PLA N .) Cncr if fabip ud Wkiagtn 8a Buffalo, N . Y. LADIES AND GENTS’ PRIVATE DINING ROOMS. ENTSAM C B ON W ASHINGTON ST. SH E L L OYSTERS, CLAM AND 8 ALT F I S H RECEIV E D DAILY DIN N E R S FROM 12 TO 3. M E A L S SERV E D TO O R D E R AT / HOURS BOOTS AMI 8 HOLS IN S U R A N C E . DWARDS ft BUCKLAND, REAL ESTATE, F .B E AND L I F E IN S U R ANCE AGENTS, NOTE AND LOAN BROKERS, N o . IP Eaut Seneca S tr e e t, Buffalo, New York. To r e n t, a fine office in th e E rie C o u n ty Saving-. B a n k Buildings. To r e n t , a large room over C u tter k Bailey'* F lour St->re o n W ashington at. Muitable for a m a n u factory. H o tel to le n t . ai,d fu r n itu r e fo r sale. A rare chance H o rse, Buggy a n d H a rness for sale cheap. A nice second hand - s ic f o r sale n r t o re n t , at EDW ARDS k BUCKLAND’S, 10 1 a s t Seneca st. 'H E BUFFALO FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. F c r m e rly th e MUTUAL IN S U R ANCE COMPANY O F BUFFALO. C H A R T E R E D IN 1843. ASSETS JA N U A R Y 1, '6 9 .. . . t 4 6 T , l t t G 7 7 Wm. Levering, J r . . Sec. 8. S. Jew e tt, President. Tho*. P. Sea s. Aw t Sec. J M. kichm o n d , V. Pree O F F IC E 48 MAIN STREET. [. F I S H , C. B. ARMSTRONG. E. P. FISH FISH & ARMSTRONG, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT Office No. 66 Mai a S t . . Buffalo* M. Y. U Y U F O O L A LONDON * G L OBS IN S . CO. IN T E R N A T IO N A L IBM CO.. N E W YORK. FIR E M A N 'S FU N D IN S . CO., SAN FRANCISCO. A L B ANY CITY ( F I R E u M A U N 6 ) IN S . CO., P t f O P U r S FIR K IN S . CO., W O R C E S T E R , MASS NORW ICH F1K B IK E . CO .. N O R W IC H , CONN W R nTCBflBTRB COUNTY MAMINK IN S . CO., STATE F L U HIM O U , CLEVELAND, 0 . TRA V E L E R S ' IN*. CO . HARTFORD. T T O M U T B IN S . OO, MEW YORK. BUFFALO CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. Mo; 19 La Sind wi 1 fatal Wbif CA P ITA L AND SU R P L U S . . . . -O YER >900.000 Baltait* F L U AMD L A K E INSURANCE. DIRECTORS. W illiam G. F a r g o , George W . Tifft, A. BaynoM a. Staafcan O A u a tin, Jam e s B rayley, R ichard Bullym o re, R u f u s L H o w a rd, S. A G u thrie, Jam e a N . M a tthew s, W illiam H. O ieony, O. P. E a m sdell, L K. FH m u tou, & O. B a re u rn. C. J . f c a f a . Faecal V. P r a t t , S. O. Cornell, Ja m a s l L Sm ith. H r e r y M a rtin, P e t e r J . F e rris, E. A S m ith, Jo h n M a riner, Jo h n H . You g h t, WM. O. FARGO. M A M A . REYNOLDS, Yiea-Frt o dant . H E N R Y T . W H Y , \ C R U C r . / T I F * FIR E AMD MARINE INSURANCE. J5TNA INSURANCE CO., a t n r o i D , ooxx. “ W h o l e s a l e t r a d e . f r u i t J a r s F R U I T JAltS-. AT a U f U r A O T V B M * n i o * . H U V D I D IN • M A toR * * IM P R O V E D G L L S 3 COVERS, d e x t e r a n d u n io n , \ AT w. H. GLKlfKY, SON ft CO. ■ f t CO. UKOUKERY. CHINA AN D GLASSWARE, O i E v e r y D e s c r ip t io n , AT T H E VERY LOWEST PRIC ES. SILVER PLATED WARE, a l a m * a n d c o n , L e n t s t o c k . GAS FIXTURES, GAS FIXTURES. A t R educed Prices, AND OF TH E NEWEST PATTERNS. BRONZE8, PARIAN MARBLE. VASES, COLOGNE SET*, te . AT W. H. GLENNY, SON ft CO. pjE F K lG E R A T O R S A N D IC E CRESTS. BOTH SLATE A ND ZINC. Th* B a rt in M arket. SHAW k FE R R IS, 449 M ain at. >LATED FORKS AND SPOONS AT REDUCED PRICES. SHAW k F B R R IS. 666 Main at. 'J'A B L E c u t l e r y . A F ine A m o r t a e n t. __________ SHAW k FE H R IS, 446 Main .1 p U R N I T U R K FOR EVERYBODY AT REDUCEfc PRICES. A vary large a m o rtm e n t o f FURNITURE, CHAIRS, a t m UPHOLSTERY GOODS O N H A N D . F u r n itu r e m ade to o) ler, a n d repairing, boxing etc., done in th e best m» ner. -F ISAAC D. W IH T E , 257 Main *t. g H E P P A R D IK O N W O R K S , O H IO ST R E E T , B U F F A L O , N. Y , WM. J . K IN O , J r . , President. H . O. PE R R Y , Vice Prea’t and Sup'L STEAM E N G IN E S , BO ILER S , ■TEAM FU M P P . M INING PU M P S , STEAM F I R E ENGINES, P r o p e ller W hoala Iro n afld B raaaO tottnga, W r a u g lt Iron W o rk*, & c., Ac. ■ A R 1 W 4 R E A N B f l T f l V K f l . ^ H E MORNING AND EVENING STAR Im p r o v e d . A SPL E N D ID FIR S T CLASS CO O K ST O V E . ON E O F T H E BEST IN MARKET. Solq only by SH A W A F E R R I S . 446 Main at., Buffalo. rJ ^ H E AMERICAN COOKING STOVE UWNE1 IlfttV E IE W Uf H H flW I AD A N O T H E R PATENT. A fter a long aeries of experim e n t* w e have added th a Baae B u rning principle t o t h e AMERICAN COOKING STOVE, By which a m o re uniform com b u stion la obtained It. all parts o f t h e f i r e B o x , a n d a contiauoua Are cat ^)e k e p t w ith a g r e a t saving o f fuel. This is a>.othe> acquisition t o thi* w orld renow n ed Move a n d ia full} cu r e d by L e tters P a tent. Tkiestove h a* n ow been before th e public f o r eigbi y e a n , a n d Aw n l y T h a u i «f tW* i n a 1st, To th e e n tire retinfaction of th e p e o p le, and th e y a n eagerly s o u g h t a l t e r <n all th e Stole* betw e e n t h e At- ntic a n d Pacific t u i U . We have im p ’oved i t from tim e to tim e un til I t Is adm itted t o be a'm o s t perfect an a sto r e ; and th i strongest e v idence o f ita s u p e riority over a ll o th e r s li­ the num e rous a ttem p ts t o im itate ita nsas* ond da- iign. W h ile some of th r e e im itations are infringe­ m ents of o u r rig h ts and are being prosecuted, all will be found greatly inferior t o th a genuine article in t h e i r o peration*. SH E A R , PACKARD 4 CO.. 17 a u d 19 G reen r tn-et, Albany N. Y. For m l* by C E W /L B U D G E , S71 Main street “ • N. Y. P E E R L E S S IS CONCEDED TO BR THE BEST COOK ST0YE EVER MADE. I t la a SPLEN D ID B A R E R and parftoi ma equally wall in o t h e r --------- 1* ia e q u a lly w all a d a p ted fo r w o o d o r ooaL I t ia t h e HEA V IEST flret c t e a sto re iu m a rket, and therefore M ORE DURABLE. I t ia m a d e f r e t th e B K sT QUALITY of iro n , aud arraotod n o t t o creak. A a d foe BEAUTY Off D O U G H , SMOOTHNESS O F CASTING* AN D ELEGANCE O F FIN IS H , T h e PREBLEBS Man Is unequalled. Sold only b y ■MAW 4 FE R R IS, n E C O K A T I O X . J. JOSEPHS, HOUSE, SIGN AND FANCY P A . T 7 S 7 T E I 1 , 4 6 E z u h im e e St., B u ffalo. N . Y. t o v t o l d c c n o n n , And a* m a n y new onaa aa c h o ree t o e n aar, I bag leer# to M ata fo n t 1 a m prepared t o d a KALS0MIMNG, TINTING WALLS, TOD W A F T 6 0 0 0 W O R K OO TO A PRACTICAL MAIL J. IL HOW E L L Baa* a a d Pkfoim Fn NO. 1* B. DIVISION had to a a t j aawm yreaff e flpsriana* In th s zzz'srzzz £7 r2r*r!: •7 s t s a s a a s r a n r ssMftu ■- ■'■‘i M f J f S S S ----------- * m i — i k ------------------ \ K W O W U . poet a vuaaivER, SrtU n I. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WTADOWZDOK, AMJW 1 , M O U U . — • f c U L h . A , M A > > t m \ - l A o M W r t M - JA C O * T I M l m . W . ^ t h a x w p - j k t a t i o n 1 T d s s w A . ^ t o ^ H m i , AAA M A S S .................... ............. • w t o t e tb e C o m p r e y * d o c k , f o o t of A . \ \ ^ k fS S Z S Z 'S S L W K?3S.NL^-PO,rrATIO!f c o - w * . w c d s r r CT4T*“ ^ ^ ^ 5 s s a r = - - - ■ J i a i f S F - r a i z a s i s . ? n w R. M. CHOATE, T ick e t ' e m . F a o t a f W a iklngta R P F f A U ) AW PCHICAOO LINK. —A C k k a t o . T m rofimeSrc _ o*o. p h k o h ...................... ... V i n I n n l t a U r t | n T ^ I M t a A ' — t V O U A * *1 •th . a l ■ o d o c k P. ■ u S B m A B , t o . JPaOM* A w J S v T ^ r t l j l : p O M I i n m i , U S E ST E A M E R :1 V ) T - t ClarataBd, Itr t n N , - and Chicago. T h e rt ^ W iN iL D W . ROB RET A N D E R S O N ........... WM* D ana t h a C o m p a n y 's Dock, l v “ - , M arine Block. Fa-sage a n d * s tate room s c a n now be secured s t the •>«** o f M. M. CHO A T E , c o r n e r o f O h io and Mnwts- sip p isf U N I8N STEAMBOAT COMPANY. F o r Lake 8 u |x -rior. Tha elegant | J . E. T U R N E R ........................................... W iUlease Buffalo, THURSDAY, J u u e f l ,a t » o’clock P. M ., f o r S a u lt Hi. M arie, f l m u r t t s , a n d P o rtage L a k e , c a lling a t Cleveland and Di troft. F r e ig h t received f o r above po r ts a t f o o t of Main street. Tbe s team e r PA C IFIC, ED. E E L L E Y .............................................. M aster, Equal in rute, capacity a a d accom m o d a tions, will leave a s a b ove, o n TUESDAY, J u n e 16, f o r sam e d e sti­ nation. The** ir a o airM iicn m m n j m m , d a r e elegant t-— - ins, a n d are furnished w ith special referenoe to th a ace- m m o d s tton of pai aenccre and b a r e also stnpla room l o r f r e ig h t, a n d will c o n t o tn te d u r in g th e sea- won of 1869, a new a n d In d c e a u d a n t L a k e Superior Line, letvitig Buffalo r e g u larly every T u a J v j s t s M , an<l C leveland every W ednesday a t 8 F M. For i r v t g b t e r p m m g e e i f ^ a e t h a Company'* lice. No. 1 Main 1 8 6 9 . *KTH CA L D W E L L , A g e n t. FK O l’L R ’8 LLNE. 1609. FOB NEW Y O R E DIRECT. RAILROAD EXPRESS. From *trsm !.<.at L a n d ing, A lhrny, daily (Sundays exoeptad), a t 8) o’cb ukP. M. In cotuicctiou w ith N . V. C. R. R , A. 4 8 R. K., aud N o r thern Railroad. DEAN K CHMOND, Capt. W. I t C h ristopher, M ondays, Wodiiee l s ^ s and Fridays, C ip L 'S . J . *<■», Tuesdays. T h u n d a y a a n d Saturday s, A t 8 ) o*d.«k P. M. Steam e r 8 t J o h n will bo in readiness a u d tak a t i.6 place of th a R ichm o n d on o r before th e 1st of Ma\ . When t h e h o u r will ba c h a n g e d t o 3 o ’clock. B^ggsgo W a g o n s a lw a y s in readiness a t Dej>ot tq convey Baggage t o t h a Boat* free. H. E . E . 4 . U eketa f o r t fo r S u ita Boom Pm e e g c .' F r e i g h t l a ban a t n « l m « ra h r * nly<mply boardm r way,ay, Albany. A p o n I ard B o a ts o r a t t h o Office, ISS aad 285 Broadw A -------- J W. H A Hr v l hT . Agent. 1 8 6 9 . T H E U N I O N STEAMBOAT COMPANY W ill run d u r i n g t h a e n s u in g season *n co n n c c iio ix w ith t h e E R I E R A I L W A Y , and g it railroad s U r m l- n a t i n g s t t h o L a k e P o r ta te l o w n a m e d , and w ith re - liab le linua en th o B r iaC a u a l, t h o fo l l o a iu g fii-t c t o o D a liy Linea o f BU a m e r s: B l ' F F A L O k A N D L A K E S U P E R I O R L I N E . A r c t i c ........................................................... C a p t. J . E . T u r n e r l i e ................................................................. C a p t. Ed. K u lly B U F F A L O , M I L W A U K E E A N D C l l l - L ' A t t O L I N K . Ja y O o a id ...................................................CapC F . H . B r o w n . t o t e ............................................................ C a p t. J**. P r a t t . • c ...........................................................C a p t. Thoe. W a tt*. B c lipae...........................................................t ^ p t . F . L. F o t « . W a b a s h .........................................................C a p t. J o h n K irb y . O k c isteo ....................................................... Oapt J . P. Ever*. E q u i n o x .................................................. C a p t. W. H . A r t h u r . B U P P A I i O A N D D E T R O I T L I N E . ■ t o a ......................................................... C a p t. W m . T h o r n . E v e r g r e e n C ity ........................................... C a p t. 8 . S h a n n o n . D o g a .....................................................C a p t. U . W . Stod d a r d . MiBHouri ...................................................... C o p t. D. P. F u m e !!. rh r idtag S t a r ...........................................Gap* I). M c F a r iana. D u n k ir k ............................................................. C a p t. H . W a tt*. B U F F A L O , C L E V E L A N D A N D T O ­ L E D O L I N E . Toledo .......................... Vraxes ............... te w Y o rk ......... O rontee ............... Capt. H. A Slxw-n. ................ Capt. W. D. Dong is**. ...................... C a p t. J o h n fcgeler. ..................Capt. W , 1L M cNally. ........................Chnt. J . 0 H lndo. ............... Capt. Wua. Cum m iuz*. in t h e beat poMible condition, _ «f th e m nearly o r q u ite new , a n d will l>o r u n regularly, a ffording to Shippers unequalled facilities M t th e m a r e m e n t o f th e i r F r e ig h t w ith dispatch. Dock f o r Chicago and Lake Superior Lines, foot of Main s t ; f o r L a k e E rie Lines, f o o t of Lloyd s t. F r e ig h t a n d Passenger office, No. 1 Main i t , AGENTS AND CON«*I«NE*8: JO H N H . MOKE 241 Broadw ay, New Y o rk. J. 8. D U N L A P .................. 124 W a shington St., Bo*ton, 3KTH CALDW E L L ........................... 1 M a in at.. Buffal-. W. D. CUSHING, U A H E B teoN 4 0 0 . , A W. COLTON, A W. COLTON 4 CO., A CHF.8KBROl.OU, A A PATTEN. C. M. COTTKILL ----- LATH HOP k CO ............. W BALLARD, i O. E W ILLIAM S , t ' } ...........................Clevelan-L } .................. Toledo. D e troit. ...M ilw a u k e e . p ASS AGE TO AND FROM G R E A T BRITA IN AND IRELAND, By StaenM hlp a m i Sailing P a c k e t, by W eekly Line a t n g u r - t o 1 4 Co . m i l l .M a w T a s k .co n tin u e to . available fo r tw e lve m o n ths, front Load, n , Liverpool, o r Queenstow n , and draft* p a y . ahle on dem a n d from any am o u n t from £1 and u;>- LKE 4 PICK RHINO, Agent*. U W m t S w m a ------ n a i L Y s r r n . i E « . c J. FISHER, NO. 181 MATH STREET, W holesale Dealer in JIT , NUTS, SARDINES, MACK EH E L A ND ltn|K>rtoil IJquorx, London P o r ter, S-t»»< h Ales and Havana Cizar*. H a n 'U h a r u , icoeaaor to and M a n u facturer of W OLF'S CELEBRATED ST O M A C H HI T T E H S . Never Excelled ' ALES, W IN E S AND IJliA N IH lJJ J. H F in e s t TEA S AND OOFFEES, ORIElfTAL TEA COMPANY, O F BOSTON. T h e v h a r e te e n tried and proved to be t h e best and cheep t o TEA S an d C O F F E E S e v e r offered to th a F e b B e . Sole A g e n t f o r Buffble. R. JKM NBB, D reggtat, 4IS Main a t , Buffalo, (opposite t i e P a rky ____ £ B A C K E X 8 a n d b i . s c l i t . R. OVENS & SON, M a n u facturers of th e ch o k e e t quality of; j CRACKERS. BUTTER CRACKERS. iERATET) CRACK t h s OYVTER CRACKREB, O e n n in e B o s to n C r a c k e r 1 1 f c o i W m iM i t y C o b . (Vvi-rs r i L O T M U U D . S t a . t e . a ll or nt* a m quautt. A* —* r t . W ^ r — « - t o r t m * M r t t o r t t « r ~ - l . -■•“ -'■TS'fk*..***. ^ M E X I C A N MERCHANTS! UNION - n m s co M pan t , » 0 * 7 , ». I I A B D U * . ■ n r * C A » T . . B tT T A L O . CATCTAL. J — —- —- BfoGmff xM fo flfia 'grentaet Epeed dnA E M M F ’ COIN, BANK KORA JUWELflV, n t m ta s T ' '-If ' -i » . YUU.’-J

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