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BUFFALO EXPRESS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30. 1869. t h e b u f f a l o W e d n e s d a y , .ru^ CITY . i s m IC1NITY. < I T Y NOTES. Fjpp-rork* a re up yet. »'o-morrow ia Dominion Day. These are t h e daya for t h e um b rella m ak era. Straw b e rries a t any f>rice you are willing to pay. T h irty-tw o a rreata w ere r e p o rted Tuesday m o rning. M. G. G ilbert for b e ing o u t of tem p e r waa en t to t h e W o rkhouse for ten days. W a n ted—a good poem on t h e new front of t h e F ir s t C b tych. T h e program m e for th e F ifth ia a ll made out. T h e W . F. Rogers ball club defeated the K esolutes yesterday by 52 to II points. It is a singular fact th a t r.mong th e in­ num e rable gondoliers on Buffalo river, not one has ever a spired to a painted boat. The game betw e en the N iagaras and Q u e e n Citya, yesterday, resulted in a vic­ to r y for th e former. Score 53 to 17. ' The B a ta v ia plank road has been so b a d ly cu t u p b y stone wagons t h a t travel is nearly suspended on it. Six law y e rs were engaged in trying a p e tt y su it in J u s tice M itchell’s court yes­ terday. School vacation has come, and now for th* pleasant sum m e r visits to country rela lions. A num b er of th e old allacheji of th e A c a ­ dem y of M usic are p laying a t the Re;b*ster ’I i'satre. A dangerous hole is reported in P r a tt street, three hundred feet south of Genesee tstrtet. Jo h n J . M cBride, of t h 's city, has been appointed agent for th* itate of New York for G a r r e tt’s large csffcel stam p . David H o p k ins, well-known as a form er m em b e r of the Buflalo I.ight B a ttery, is engaged in decorating the C o u n ty Poor House. W e understand th a t a t a m eeting of the Trustees of th e F irst < 'h u rch th e other e v e ­ ning, i t waa resolved to Lfo on w ith the new spire—in w h ich direction it is not stated. Have you “ A D rink of W a t e r ? ” asked a young Mis* .in search of a popular tem ­ perance song,’ in one of our music stores “ W ell, no,\ replied the dull clerk, “ b a t there is a pum p on the corner.” H. M. Brown, proprietor of the W illiam s- ville stage, has not Iwxm in tow n since last M arch, Louis, iu the m eantim e , looking after th e ooa’h. Brown is a c tively engaged on his farm , the crops of which !ook well. ( Ihsvere tho power o! the press: AiT Ives, moved by our rem a rks, hesitated be­ tw e e n w e t and dry all dav yesterday, b u t d idn’t let it finally rain once. P. S .— 11 P- M ., T u e s d a y .—W e take it all back. It’s raining harder th a n ever. Jam e s Dorsey, W illiam Howard, Fred. jStetunan, John Sullivan, J a m e s Mooney, Allen M unroe, C h a rles Storm s, Michael Y c o , J a m e s B ryant, Richard F. W illiams. Daniel M ailon, R ichard Doyle, Jam e s M an y and A n n Sparks, were lined from 8 2 to $10 each for Iteing disorderly. S e m i n a r y o f O u u L a d y o f A n g e l s . T h e closing exeroises of this college takes pla- e to-day. A num b er of Bishops and. i m p a c t * now are th a t th a K B flisa w ill tw abundant. A large am o u n t of s u p ­ plies w ill be needed to m ake t b e Festival a success, an d i t is necessary t h a t our benev­ olent citizens should be liberal in t h e ir do­ nations t o t h is very w o rthy object. T h e following ladies of th e Com mittee are requested to m e e t a t t b e Rink W wines- iay afternoon, Ju n e 30th, a t 4 o’clock. Mr*. 8 . ceara, Mr*. D a rid H u rt, “ Carl A d a m , \ 8. W. Hawes, “ Dr. .Storek, “ .1 rom c Fargo, “ Wm. F . R o g ers, 1 F. S. Root, “ I. C. Mulligan, “ Dr. Kenyon, \ H. K, Seym o u r, “ I. A. Chapin, “ J D. H .C h a m b e rlain, Mi*-. E. D rullard, Miss Grace Bird. THE 8ENTRAL SCHOOL. Interesting Commencement erelses Last Evening. I . - A D D R E S S T O T H E C R v D U A T E S . * c Ac., Ao. yoinincncement exer- C e u tral School took p r i e s t s w ill be in attendance. I n f a n t i c i d e . — In th e case of the body, of th e child found M o nday m o rning in Jeffer non s tr e e t,th e jury, iinpannellod by coroner M orrow , returned a verdict th a t the infant w a s lx»rn alive and came to its death at the bauds of some person unknown. P e r s o n a l — A te l e g r a m from Cauton, N. Y , states th a t St. Lawrcneo U n iversity yesterday conferred th e honorary degree of D. 1>. upon Rev. J. H a z a rd Hart/.ell, of th is city. T h e Rev. Mr. M u ller preaches a t Lima n e x t Sunday. R o 4 | if >* ek F a ilu r e s . — A Karnes, banker and broker of m auy years standing, in Rochester, suspended yesterday. H ia liabilities are not large, aud there is a fair showing of assetts. Fred. I). A llinger, stationer, also of R o c h e ster, also m ade a ssignm ent y e sterday. A C o u n t r y m a n W i t h a B a d T o n g u e . George Renig. a farm er from Springbrook, had a discussion w ith t h a t very oivii con­ stable, Mr. Bower. George forgot t h a t he w as in tow n and used language unbecom in c an Am e rican citizen. He was taken oefie re Justice Lake on a charge of viola­ tin g th e i *ral sta tu te and fined tw e n ty- jive doii.-'rc B ase B all .— A natch game of bi.ae ball w ill l»e played on -he grounds at tne corner of York ami S ixth streets on M onday m o r­ n ing tex t, b 'tw e e n th e Cuion and Huuki- dori clubs, both recently organized. The gam ; will be c a lled at nine o’clock. T h e H u n k y Boys of th e Police Force are aohirg to have s iuobody send them a chal­ lenge. ________ _________ C h u r c H H o m e F e s t i v a l . —T h e annual S traw b e r r y F e s tival for the benefit of the C h u rch 11 ‘tne will be held a t th e Home, o n Rhode Island street, W e d n e sday after­ noon and evening, Ju n e 3(*th. W e u d d e r - sta n d th a t tho preparations arc extensive, t h a t the tables will be spread w ith th e sub­ s t a n t i a l and delicacies of the season, and th a t a band of music w ill be in attendance. N o pains will bo spared to m ake the Festi­ val pleasant a n d attractive. This C h ristian c h a r ity commends itself to the interest and patronage of all our citizens, and we trust th is annual festival iu its behalf will re­ ceive th e support it so well deserves. T h e n in th annual eises of th e gloriou* place in St. Jame-> Hall last evening. The attendance waa rery large, the entire house being tilled by s p e c tators to a degree of un- ■ im fortabLaess. It was one of the prettiest a • semblages we ever seen in th e hall. The stage '* aa handsom ely adorned w ith bou- • juc*->, and an arch trim m e d w ith m y rtle ar t flowers graced th e front and centre, .ta r i n g th e m o tto in w h ite daisies, “ C lass o f fill.” 1 h e graduating class occupied seats on the stage, th e other scholars sittin g imme­ diately in front of it. T h e young ladies were dressed in w h ite. T h e young gentle­ men were attired in black coats and w h ite worts, and each hail a w h ite rosette On the left breast. Mr. H. (J. Bosley, acting principal during the absence of M r. Spencer, x u assisted i:i the duties of th e hour by Superintendent Made, who acted as chairm a n . Tiie spectators com p rised m any of our first citizens, among whom our reporter saw I Ion. Silas KiugBlcy, Commissioner Buell, .Mrs. II. P. Jenkins, President of the W omen’s Suffrage Association, and ex- I’resident Fillmore. t h e p r o g r a m m e Prepared for the occasion was as follows, but owing to its length only those m arked w ith a s tar were read : P r a y e r , h y Rev. D. H. M uller. Mu-'C V 1 rtet'-- 1 ‘ Not a S|*ot on a n t.” H. C Bo.-Ls, Ida fc. Dow gan, C a rrie F. Webs tr. ' f r a tio ii—“ T h e I* .w e r of Eloquence,” W. K. If. Stephenson, essay “ D iplom as,” Sarah G. W illett. I <*ay—“ Fancy ai. I a* :,' A n n ie M. Som erville. • ■rat .>n ' Univcrsal Freedom ,” E iw a rd G. Becker. I.-say “ W indows,\ Amelia Earle T rant K« iy- “ P ic 'u r e s o / M em ory,” Ora A. M cFarland. Music—Solo “ A fter,'' Carrie F. W ebster. • ru tisn —“ H e ar ho h Sid..-.” Joseph J. E a rth so PI. J, Ed. A Mulli- \ Mary E Barber. W hat do the “ T h e M ariner'* Cjuartette “ PI: ! J. Fucht •A Ha it Yean- Brt Josephine M c F arland, i!twins,\ Mary K N o rth. <ui, play on,\ Frank ulmU-r, Kdl A M ulligan, kla E. Dowd, ration \ Free Speech, Free Press,\ C harles W n * v “ Buildiiiir.” J u lia B. Hill. ,.HV “ T h e Good Tim e Cum ing.\ M a ti'da T. n Evelyn I.. i Km ma J . S a tie nr.\ M illington L-.i k in.\ C a rrie F. W ‘ T h e w-rhol.'ti r P i ads, j 11 Jen r»L d lct-.r ril/ration, ID lei rad n a tes' poem .\ Fred II. u«u, by Uev. W. Culkins. : :el Slade B loonnr Q uick W ork i . y a D etective .—T he house of Mr. I*'. H- Ames on N o rth street w as e n tered by a burglar on Sunday night, o r early Monday morn iug, and and a valu­ able hunting case w a tc h stolon. M r. Ames made com p laint a t Police H e a d q u a rters on Tuesday noon, giving a description of th e w a tc h and the circum ­ stances of the robbery to Detective M y ers, who sjieedily found a clue by which He traced the w a tch to th e broker's office of H . R . M a ttesonon Exchange street under th e Mansion House, and liefore tw o o’clock th e w a tch was restored safe and sound to M r. Ames.- * PoLit'K C ourt .—W illiam Thorn, charged w itb assault and battery on Joseph Loner- gan, was arraigned but no witnesses a p p e a r­ e d against him and he waa sworn in hia owu defence, and, as has !>cen usual in such cases, swore himself guilty. H e was fined five dollars. H e then invited the boys dow n to drink, and some of them in return endeavored to erase his name from the blotter. Jo h n Lavier w as com m itted for farther exam ination on a charge of stealing a box w o rth f i. 30 from th e Erie Railw ay Com­ pany. John Allen, (nCt th e wicki .list mau.) paid five dollars for s tr ik in g W « . Dilford. S oldiers ’ R el ief F estival .—A t the m eeting held M onday a fternoon by th e sev­ eral oommitteee of th e proposed Festival of th a B e lief Com mittee of th e G rand Army of t h e B e p a b lie th e r e -wee a large numbe* o f ladiM p n w n t . m d “>»='■ . . R a p a rta Item th a ladiaa a a . I b a t i , - i i - t i a g w m t j m j favocabia, aad | —a - n ^ ) The scholars all performed th e ir respect­ ive parts w ith credit to them selves and tbeir ;ustructors, and the audience testified their a p p roval by rem aining seated till the ciose of th e exercise*, frequently applaud­ ing .;nd strew ing the stage w ith bouquets, th e essay aud valedictory by M iss Julia VI Burrows w e ie peculiarly fitting and received great applause. The Solo “ Mon A m i” by M iss W e b stzr was eucored. STANDING O f THE SCHOLARS. A t f li t . lose of Miss Anna Sm ith's essay on •• Forces' the Principal s te p p e d forward and said : The system of m arking, in use in th© 1 'o u tral school, haw been spoken of hereto­ fore, in th is place, by Mr. Spencer, b u t as many who &■ e now prewent m ay n o t have been present a year ago, a brief word of ex­ planation may be necessary. An accurate Account is kept from year to year of the standing of every scholar iu every recita­ tion, and also in deportm e n t, attendance and punctuality. A t the close of every term an avsrage of the records is made, and tbe one-teuth of tbe papils Laving the high­ est averages for the term is placed on the h-in.ir roll. Being upon three successive Ivnor rolls entitles a pupil to a place ou tbe star roll, a n d being ou three star rolls gives a pupil the honor of being called a star i»r*duatw. The Loso*- roll for this term , in th 1- o rder of standing, :s as ioilotrs. •J - lia M. Burrows - Senior. Em ily G regory M i d d l e . M innie R a thbun Senior. Annie Som erville —Senior. Eleanor Sw ain—Senior. A n m e M. S m ith —Senior. I a rrrie H ingston— Middle. M a ry E. B a r b e r —Senior W illiam Dopp—M iddle Ella L a p h a m - - J uuior. Am elia E. T r a n t —Sanior. George R. Stearns—Junior. M a tilda P. K a rnes— Senior. Tho S tar Roll for this year is composed of tbe following nam es in order of tbeir standing : Julia M. B u rrow s 99 1*77 Em ily G regory 99 943 \Villiam Dopp 99 937 Vnna M. Sm ith 99.923 Eleanor Sw ain... ............................ 99.917 Emily R a thbun . 99.893 Annie Somerville. . . 99 SS7 Lllb C. Lapham ............ 99 8 7 M a tilda F- K a rnes .. 99 60 Amelia E a rle T r a n t 1*9 723 M ary E. Barber 1*9.70 M iss M a tilda F. K a rnes of the g r a d u a t­ ing class, having been on the honorable for lix successive term s, is entitled to two iars M iss J u lia M. Burrows is our first ,iar graduate. She has been upon e. ery honor roll Bince her connection w ith the bool. She haH never once Deen tardy, .ver late and never im p erfect in deport­ ment. W h e n th is plan of m arking was adopted it was th o u g h t th a t perhaps no echolar would ever o b tain the title of a “ s ta r g r a d u ­ a t e ; ' b u t Miss Burrows has overcome e v ery lifficulty and fairly oarued the very h ighest honors of her A lm a M ater. a d d r e s s t o t h e g r a d u a t e s . In his address to the graduates, Mr. Badey spoke as follows: M y D ear Young F r iend*: In the absence of one w hom you have learned t o love a u d respect, it devolves up me a t this tim e , to a d d ress to you a few worus of parting adm o n ition. 1 am quite coucions of the loss you feel iu not being perm itted to listen to these words from the lipsi of him to whom you have looked as y.str friend and guide during th e years of j..u r school life iu th e Central. Tbe unani­ mous expression, however, which you gave to Mr. Spencer of y o u r willingness, for his sake, to torego, at this tim e and place, the pleasure oi his presence; aud also your uniform kindness and obedience, during my brief adm inistration, assure me th a t my words will receive from you a hearty w e l­ come. Be assured t h a t I bring to you no merely formal offering, b u t t h a t my words are inspired by th e memory of oar pleasant intercourse, by m y knowledge of your cheerfulness, your faithfulness to duty, and your m any excellencies of character. My words are inspired, alao, by thoughts of th e future which lies before you, w ith its tem p tations, its labors, its pleas­ ures and i ts rewards. Aa you now sta r t upon life’s voyage I would add som e thing of value to your a lready precious freight. Com m e n c e m ent! The term is a fam iliar one. It has been m u ch in your thoughts. From th e first hours of y o u r studious labors in th e C e n tral until now you have looked forw a rd to thia day w ith high a n ti­ cipations. T h e re are good reasons w h y it should th u s be. The duties of school Ufe, which have th u s far claimed your atten­ tion are now brought t o a cloee. You are e n te r upon o ther relations in life, those w h o have travelled th e MB k n o w t h e exacting nature of th e dntiea you have bean performing. W h o shall count th e hoars of assiduous s tudy necessary to entitle you t o th s position yon o c c u p y to-night ? W h o shall d e scribe the weariness by w h ich th e acquisition of knowledge has been attended ? W h o shall m ake know n your self-denial, your industry and your perseverance: o f ail these things you have been deeply conscious, and have looked for ward to F'ommencemvnt as t h e day which should b r i’ig the desired rew a rd. You are uow to receive a t the hands of th e chief educatG n a l officer of our c it y th e testim o ­ nial which shall be to all men an evidence tha* you have fairly earned th e highest lit- •-r*ry honors our city can bestow. This diploma, by introducing some of you to the teacher's position in our schools, will bring a financial rew a rd; to others of your nurn- '•er i t will be th e prized testim o n ial of suc­ cess a n d culture; to all of you i t w ill be an evidence th a t one im p o rtant p a rt of your life w o rk ha3 been Dobly performed. Freedom, then, from th e long-continued labors of t h e school room, and tn e m erited rew a rd of your arduous labors combine to render Commencement a tune.of exr.remo interest. B u t are th e r e not other a n d far different thoughts suggested by th e occa­ sion ? Is i t not an hour for c areful consid­ eration, as well as for joj- ? Is it connected only w ith th e past, or does i t, rather, claim a close connection w ith th e f u ture ? Is it the beginning of your school experience ? Nay, it is i ts close. Is it th e com m encem ent of your intercourse w ith these y o u r classmates* You are about to separate; your intim a te association will be a thing of th e past, to be experienced again only in mem ory, is it not the hour which ushers you into the presence of th e g r a v e r responsibilities of life? Docs it not fill your sails ami bear you, w illing or u u w illing, from th e sheltered harbor of youth into untried seas ? The deep significance of th is hour is, th a t it is th e comm encement of a diflerent life. The past h a s been a tim e of a c q u is ition; the future w ill call upon y o j to apply and utilize your acquisitions. In the past you have been g u a rded a n d guided; in the future you m u st rely m a inly upon yourselves. You now come to the close of one -eries of experiences, only to find th e comm encem ent of another and different series. T h e world, w ith its possibilities of success or failure, lies Indore you- D o u b tless every one of you expects to s u c c e e d ; i t would be s trange indeed for youth to anticipate d e fea t. One of the chief elem e n ts of success is a ju s t knowledge oi our value to th e world. It is not unfre- q u e n tly urged t h a t the young p e o p le of our land are unfitted for th e ir duties by their education; th a t they get wrong ideas of their ability, and think because they are versed in books th a t they arc versed iu business. M ay th is never be t ru ly said of auy one of you. You have given years to converse w ith books, which others have giveii to labor. Be n o t so unwise as to ex­ pect to begin life w ith as much practical knowledge a s they have. Commence w ith courage a t the bottom of the ladder, and be content to let your rapid progress deinuu- strate th e value of your m e n tal culture. W hen you shall have surpassed your com p e titors, you w ill rejoice in a high position given h o t as a favor to m ental culture, b u t as a rew a rd m e rited by deeds based on m e n tal c u lture. Success depends, also, in great part,upon the possession of definite purposes. M any persons m ake-a failure of life, not because they lack ability, b u t because t h e ir efforts are not well directed. T h is arises, in part, from th e extravagant views of the young. I ioubtless most young per.soos indulge the thought t h a t success will atten d them in any p u r s u it of life they m ay select; th a t they have power to stand high in any of the professions or in any departm e n t of business. Having, as they suppose, so great freedom of choice, they a*c pi.rple.ed and choose nothing un til chance or neces­ sity determ ines the m a tter for them . This is a ll wrong. Few persona are so rarely gifted as to be able to achieve success a t everything. Careful self-exam ination will in m o st cases reveal a special adaptation to some particular pursuit. T h is should de term ine the choice a n d lead to th a t definite ness of purpose w ithout w h ich high en ­ deavor a n d noble aims cannot long be main tained. W e re more of th e vessels ou life’s ocean held steadily tow a rd th e ir proper destination few e r w recks would t h e n be, aud fewer of life s underw riters w o u ld be ruined. You m u st not only begin r ight ajnl have definiteness of purpose, but you m u st also be self-reliant. How d id John Jacob Astor amass his w e a lth? You reply, by haid labor a n d economy. True, but perhaps the most rem a rkable feature of his business character was his self-reliance. W h e n his business had assum ed gigantic proportions and his plans encirc.cd t*'e world, *<> great was his confidence in his s c h e m e s ih a t his custom was to leave his office early :n the afternoon, and spend the rem a inder of the day in recreation. H a v ing such a confi­ dence in himself, he was not diverted from his purposes by the varying opinions of his friends, but k e p t steadily on in his chosen path until success c row n ed his efforts. S o , also, iu t h e literary and professional w alks of life successful uicn have been character­ ized by self reliance. Perhaps your brief experience has already tau g h t you the folly'and b ’ttcm e s s of laying aside your own well digested plans for the hasty opin­ ions of others. Let th is lesson be to ­ night still more deeply im p rinted on your m inds. In conclusion, I w o u ld exhort you to labor largely for others. Self should never engross your attention. He wnose en.leav ors are circum scribed by the lim its of his own personal advantage w ill never know the highest joys of living. “ I t is more blessed to give th a n to receive. ” Labor, and. if need be, sacrifice, for th e good of others brings a rich rew ard. I La-rc JotoinoJ of lira anUonoa f \f your new life w ith these few words of friendly counsel. You have long been u n ­ der our care. Acquaintance haa ripened into friendship, a n d though you go out from us, we w ish y o u to feel t h a t we still have an interest in you. R e p resent u s well. E n ­ ter upon your new duties w ith hum ility, w ith definite purpose, w ith self reliance, and w ith sym p a thy for your fellow men, and you will look back to this hour as the comm encem ent of a happy and prosperous career. THE GRADUATING CLAS.S. , Superintendent Slade then presented d i­ plomas to tho following m embers of the graduating class th a t a t m y request thcjjdeod’draw n by XIrs T n’aud-sd. Hae tir-e ei-c -t skis ooi c e rt j Blakeley’s a tU r a - y s fr rel.-?-- her dew< t 4 : d« tis to hope 'L ac _«*tv w il1 n*.r • ran to him . B lvkslky . t v l *. I v w ith the next which wiil and*-ubt- { n i l th e R i n k , to ovei flo w in g . » S I N u x j f L A B - * ACADEMR o f m u s i c . . . _ \ . , . ^ The sleight of hand performances oi the A t l o m a n > J a w I) lb lo c a t e d l»y a T o r - j . . p« 4 ,o. ’ strange N ickle continue to interest, amuse _ • . . i » i ? a n d puzzle the large numbcrfe of people who ih e coming event ol- next M onday is al- 1 - , , > -. j > . * T congregate nig h tly to w itness his curious readv casting its ad.vancttg shadow oyer ’ „ the c o m m u n ity. T W c o v e n tra te d P ^ k - ] “ “ 'P '1'**™™- \ • »*S *> our * e c of jureiiile pM rm tm ra-B re crackers m c k . r . * J,oun? ' r cliM #f r “ d t r ’ th * * * “ ‘ be given on Saturday afternoon for their especial benefit. •fire c and torpedoes— are m iking- th e ir presence unpleasantly m anifest. Y * sterday after­ noon a lady named Mjf*s. H u rley wa3 s itting near an open window of her residence on .Seneca street* w ith a child in her arms, when a little girl passing by threw a tor­ pedo through th e window, striking Mrs. H u rley in th e faffe, where it ex ­ ploded. An attack so unexpected and startlin g threw th e v/oman com pletely off her guard. She u tteied a scream and gave a spring so sudden jind violent th a t her lower jaw was d i s l o t t e d , occasioning in­ tense pain. A physician ^ as sum m o n e d who replaced the disjJbled jaw, and at last accounts she was doicg w e l.. I t is hoped t h a t no thoughtless children will throw torpedoeji in th e vicinity of St.* Jam e s H a ll next M o nday. A general dis­ location and consequimt paralysis of jaw s amohg th e distinguished - body t h a t is e x ­ pected to convene t^ere w >uld be a fearful calam ity—to th e posieaaors of the jaws. R O B B E R S OjS T H E RATT. H o w F r e i g h t la T a k e n fro m T r a i n , in M ot I o n .—Vrre(it an .i Mai a p t o f a n A lleged O p e ratoi>— H.r.iV a W o m a a I n w i t t i n g l y A l d q l a K u n a w a y . For some tim e pasj; c o mplaints have beer m ade th a t freight shipped *over t h e N. Y~ C e n tral Railroad from th e W e st via 8ua- j»ension Bridge did nyt reach its destination and th e loss was linully traced to t h a t pais of th e road b etw een Loekport a n d R o c h e s ter The directors of th e company become s a tis­ fied t h a t a well organized j a n g was operat ing in th e vicinity a u d close w a tch was kept in all directions, ft was ai last discovered th a t th e freight was jihrowr off the train by part of th e gang and. pick id up by o th e r i who wagoned it awajr for rfjle. FINDING T H E SV* AG. A b o u t three wetkjn ago information was sent to Supcriutendejat Torrence t h a t u b$]« of wire, weighing soqie 7** pounds, had bec^ found in afield near Middli port. D etectiv • K e n t w as im m ediately sen{ to look into tli» m a tter. Proceeding to Rochester, he toon w ith him Jo h n Barker, tke track m a ster at t h a t place and a q hrcw.l and determ inej. man, and started tor M n ldjeport. There it was found t h a t the >»hre ha I been sold, an \ after obtaining th e details,-the officer made inquiries which led to the inform ation th^t tw e u ty-oue sim ilar bales going w est on th ; Blue Line h a d been Jbst. ON TH-S TRAIL. Back to M iddlepojt they went, a n d tbehe found t h a t a young nlan n a n e d S p a u lding a d r y goods clerk, had >>old tw e n ty-on; bales to a h ir d w a r e c te r c h a i t nam ed C o m p ­ ton for $85. M r. S p a u ld iig gave a ch-jj account of th e transaction,'saying th a t th .- wire had been deliveicd to .-inn a t night by a m an named Daniel Day. DAY IN DARKNiCSS. A w a r r a n t was im m e d iately issued f< r I >ay s a rrest, and aiD.-r an exam ination ii©- foro J u s tice Baker, ho was put under s I ih ^ i bail to answ e r t o a charge oi grand lafc-m . WHO FLUNG r r FROM IH E ' AUS. 'Ih e next question was inore difficult uf solution, b u t suspiokm fin'd ly rested on Joseph Duncan, who r e s id e s in Rochester, and was form erly em p loyed as a conductor on the road, lie wall a mar, of some prop­ erty , and hail been noticed to be frequently in the company of 1 >l»y a t M iddleport, u n ­ der th e pretence of- buying cattle. The fact t h a t no ouc could recall an instance in which be had m ade a purchase of any kiq^ led suspicion to him . DUNCAN NABBED. Finally K e n t became satisfied th a t He had sufficient evi.l -q-.-e to cm v ict Duncan, and on S a turday telegraph*d to the Roch­ ester Chief of Police !;hat lid ha 1 a w a rrant for him, the freight m aster. He was t h e r e ­ upon arrested in R >c|tester aud held until K e n t au.l B a rker arrived, qnd on Saturday afternoon started wijih their prisoner f-j- Niagara County. At Mcdjna, Constable . K e rrington was taken on aud Mr. Barker relieved to r e tu r n to isis «luties at Roches­ ter. A t M iddleporj, Constable M. Duncan, who is, hawevyr, no relation >f the prisoner, got upoj; the train. Mr. K.-fit gave him tho com n iitjjients, and after pi >- cueeding to Loekport, left for Buffalo, giv­ ing the officers direct! uv to take him d i ­ rectly to jail. TH E IK . STORY. It seems t h a t Dunqan then prevailed u )- on them to tak e him to the office of WrB. S. Farw e ll, his law y :r, after w h ich t h t y started for th e jail. ;Ho then induced t li ^ n to take him to th e hou.-re of hia m other, a very e stim a b le lady, rending in i ./ckpo/t, asserting th a t he pish e d to obtain Dail She refused to becorob his bail, and ou e more th e y took up tb e ir line of marc5!. K e rrington desired to t have the prisoner handcuffed b u t Offii,*«.r Duncan ha*l io bracelets. Iv. had a | >ur a u d wished them used, b u t Duncan iueisted th a t th e m y i was in his charge ail I he would risk Lis getting away VAN AMBURGH. A lthough th e heavy rains of S u n d a y n ight “ s p oiled” nearly all of V an A m b u rgk’s brilliant posters, the menagerie will c e rtain­ ly lie here as advertised ou Monday and Tuesday next. T h a t th e m am m o th show will be well received we have not th e s light­ est doubt. w i l d ’ s v a r i e t i e s . Frank W ild’s V a rieties ou th e Terrace continues to give interesting performances nightly, and th e audiences are of good size and appreciative. STRAW BERRY' F EST I \ AL. A n o ther oi these pleasant occurrences, j q t s t e r s . — the annual Straw b e rry Festival for the * M holesale and Retail, benefit of th e Church Home, will tak e place I ^ E a g a n ft; Co. this afternoon aad evening a t th e *• Home\ on Rhode Island street. The tickets have been plaeed at the very low figure of tw e n ­ ty-five cents each. The m anagers of the affair have labored to m ake this one of the m o st pleasing festivals of th e season. v .rTV dozen Panam a hats to be closed ’ . fr.*j . >2 to ■>;-r. e ach, at 291 M ain st., B e r g t o l d 4 B r o . . ul* N o n s I [ a v i s . j i s t re t d from New Y ork w ith a large stock of goods purchased at au c t o n sales we areji-jw pre- pare.1 to sell goods in our line a t prices never before know n in th is c ity. R obknau B ros . * R ice , 410 M a in s treet. C i t y C h a r t e r C o m m i s s i o n . —N o tice is hereby given t h a t the Board of Com mis­ sioners appointed by a recent ac t of the Legislature of the S tate of N e w Y o rk to re vise th e ch a rter of the city of Buffalo, have this day organized. By a resolutiou of the Board the Clerk was directed to pub­ lish a notice in- itxng suggestions in w riting of a u y am e n d m e n t to th e present city ch a r ­ ter which any person may deem proper to be made. The Board especially invite such sugges­ tions, and w ill tak e them into considera­ tion. A ll c o mm u nications relating to the m a t ­ te r m u s t be addressed to the Clerk of the » ity C h a rter Commission, and s e n t to the office of th e C ity Clerk. G e o . S . W a r d w e l l , Secretary, j>ro tem. D a ted J u n e 14, 1S69. W A N T E D . A i r , .'s.'c mentt, ,y>t f » t c d i o f f f m i r h t h i l y *rori L- izm H o i «m u!er tkm heeding for 45 r< G. tach additional line 5 rent*. H O F F M A N , A T 16 F. si-N EC A S f .. h a . a sp>er di-i lo t of Ice l - c n u i, Sud» W%-er ....................... h lo«k irevzuiyiy \VJ a n t e d - c o t t a g e s A T l o w cent r a lly !-*cateL ED.WARDS ft BL'cK I.A N D , N<• 10 \L S c n c .a «t. W A N T E D - O L D PA T E R O F A U descriptions, |«raphlets. newspajv-r*. Utter*, scrap-, clean »r s ii.d. A . Ac., for » good pr.ee will be paid by PH1LIF LEE, at tiie $$ar of No. It E. Swan »t. J U y j B H I B K T A W A N T E D — K A .iS. RA OS, KAl -S, Cotton and Woolen.—Th • h’ghett prices paid by PHILIP L E E , at the rfcasof II E. Swan st. 1 X 7 A N T E D — CO U N T Y O R DE IS f ▼ bought by LYON A BAKER. Eric Land Oft cc. H E L P M IL K S . Adre rtine mt nf* not exceeding f o u r line* or th.'rto- ir->.-.!» inserted under thi* heading f o r . ,rt», IIh additional line .» r lit-. J.arer>iM,nent4 not exceeding fo u r lines or thirty- each additional line 3 cents. L 'O l v S A L K A T A B a ’ r c a i S —TW O - L story brick huu-e o a U tica *w..» Ir. rn M .in s t r a . 1 , , .,ot.|ci« . r S b ™ . l T r J i t i h< . »x°M K U I . wrkl t o . U « 3 ...H . | . r l ..I U » in..,'.:, rt-quitvd dowiu U A b T lN G b a <»TTO ;i n , ,. - . Kuil.l u«. ’ *wu H o u s e s H? H U M l f t S A N F U R D .ieW » 1 -TV Jl!LC“ L L>cUw»nf *nd Mohawk Sts., sljio - v v5 Th-s la one of th e I . , t built hou*es in the o t i , an.i Iras a I m o d e m inipr-ovnienta. Price, $2e, i J S f f 1 ! ! near Black Rock, 3 s torj' brick; lo t « . . . b r ’• ■- ' g - rccudeuce, a n d in v .rv fine e o n o ition. Prk-e, 000 MS I H ia ware »t , 3--t.,rv b r c < with b a r n , and all n» d « « in p r o w u icip*. Prn-c, # ls. 0 u 0 . , , , 'r^ar- . - Vo v brick. Price, #10,000. 117 aonnui a t . . - - t ry briek, very C o i r a .l e ; lot ■vxu.x l*rue, # 10 . 00 *. 1 *-raukliu >t., ory brick; gas, w a ter, Itath, i . i- . .- ! l t u ' “ >'•.'■ Price, #11,000. #U 000 ' , 2 rtOrV frMUo; K,t 50x5i'- Price. 74 C o iU M .L .2 - s to r y brick, w ith barn, fru it I - *ot .80 feet on c a d i •* This p-operty wou'-’ \ 0 * * * * ^ ‘ • d e l Price. #13.Jt*.. — ----- ’ ° ^ m . L K T A ND COSTLY IL 251 M am st. O n e M i l l i o n P a n a m a s and n o b b y straw j hats, and the new paten t ventilated | T \ Chapeaux in all colors for Sum mer wear, at j J \ L. A. S i k k e t ’s, 213 M ain st. - C O U R T S OF L A W s u p e r i o r ( o a r t —C r i m i u a l Tern*. H o n . I A V e rplauck. Justice Presiding, A. T. Patchen and H e n ry Zeigel, J u s tices of th e Peace. Tne following persons were sworn as G rand J u r o r s and entered upon th e ir d u ­ ties : Robert H o llister, Foreman. Patrick M. Duggan, Pliilo A. Balcom Geo. W . Bakey, I'red. Taurot, Geo. H e idelback, » . A. W aldron, Eli Young, 11. V. Soule, J. H. Duel, Nicholas W eber, Jacob Lapp, E d w a rd Edge, •James Lo rn cgan, W m. Gregory, B o u a v e n tura Kreig, John Sm ith, M ichael M cCarthy, M a tthew Jordan. and Dennis Downey, rape, arraigned plead not guilty. H e n ry M iller, assault and b a ttery , a r ­ raigned and plead guilty. .John M iller, assault and battery, tried and acquitted. Sidney Kellogg, burglary, th ir d degree, on trial. W E S T R R M N K V i Y O K K . xes Oranges and Lemons for sale P l a t t F r u i t C o . 209 l i low by S e w in , M a c h i n e s . —A ll persons intend­ ing to purchase a sew ing m a c h ire should examine th e A m erican Com bination before buying any other. It performs a ll th e o r ­ dinary range of sewing iu a vastly superior m anner, and works button holes and over­ seams as nicely as by hand. J ames H. J ewett , 406 M ain s treet. American Block. W h i t e G o o d s . — W e have ju s t received from auction a lot of Piques at very low {.rices. Also a large line of H a m b u rg Edg­ ing and inserting cheaper than ever. In Ladies' plain and hem -stitched handker­ chiefs we a re prepared to odor great bar­ gains. K o sknau B r o s & R ic e . F iv e hundred dozen m en’s (all n ew styles) straw h a ts opened this day a t 291 M ain at., B e r g t o l d & B k o . S p r i n g styles of pearl casssmeres and beaver hats at 291 M am street, ^ B k k g t o l d & B r o , A h a n d s o m e patent shifting top buggy, new style, for sale. C a n be seen a t C a l l a ­ h a n ' s stable on W a shington street. i P.011 Ju lia It Hiil Milliti M. u i.ockuoi J..« i-hiiu* M< Farlai Mary E. Nv.rtn, I'.veUn I., uberbol Kinma J . S a .lcs, Emma S Sim u.<-is, Fred li. su- irn-., Wm. V. H. Step'iei H elen E. H e e d , Sarah G. W illett O liver C. W ilke . Aim- A ijiii Annie M. Som erville, W illiam H. .tonkin-, M atilda T. K a rnes, Mar K. Bart. r. o r a A. M eFarlaml, Edward G. Becker. J.iseph J C h u rchyard, A u g u st I- F u .lis. ' Chat lee W. G u ild. THE GRADUATE’S POEM W a- w ritten by M ss M ary A. Ripley well read by Fred. H. Stearns. The evening passed off m o st pleasantly, the exercises closing w ith the benediction about ten o’clock. e x a m i n a t i o n s . The annual exam ination of pupils for ad­ mission will take place to-m o rrow and F r i­ day, commencing a t o’clock A. M. and N O T E S F R O M T H E F E 0 P L E M m ic o n tin- F o u r t h . To the Editor o f the Express: M ay I have three or four lines in the E x p r e s s to second G. B. A .'s suggestion th a t tTie Fourth of Ju ly Com m ittee supple­ ment th a t m irth-provoking frolic o f th e Bos­ tonians, by congregating all the brass bauds on N iagara S< |u a re at half after e ight o'clock in the evening, in the place of fire works, which are to be dispensed w ith. H . S. 8. A C a r d f r o m > f r . B l a k i i e y . T o the E d ito r or the E x p r e s s As m u ch as 1 d islike to appear iu th e public journals.it is necessary t h a t 1 should reply t o 'a n article in your paper of T u e s ­ day morning, t h a t the “ p u b lic” m:iy learn the farts and know whom to censure. A fter it became a b solutely certain th a t /fa c e re­ quired separation betw e en us, “ Mrs. Blakely” consented to take $5000 as her share of my property, and release a j dower and claim upon me for support. A fter the m oney or securities had bt^n delivered to her she refused to execute the n scessary papers, (th a t h a d been d raw n by her own a t ­ torney a), to c a rry o u t th a t a g reem ent refused to refund th e $5000 o r a n y of it, and* refused to vacate th e dw e lling house i owned by me i on N iagara s tr e e t, ao t h a t the ten a n t who had rented i t c o u ld have possession. U n d e r these circumstance* i t became nec­ essary t o resort to th e law , a n d she was le­ gally dispossessed by t h e sheriff, after wil- tally injuring tho house to a large am ount. She subsequently broke into and again oc­ cupied th e house (before th e ten a n t had m oved in) and w a s last Friday again dis­ possessed by t h e sheriff^ b n t n o t un til she h a d broken t h i r t y dollars w o rth of window glass. T k e only connection t h a t W illiam Blake­ ley has h a d w ith th is unfortunate affair is W h en w ithin ih ir iy or f o rty feet ol t*je jail gate Duncan, tl;? prisoner, sudden\)' slipped from the gr»,ip of D u ncan the oi#i- — ond in a moment was flying up t*>e street. K e rrington qim p e.i !'T h ' ra- *'ut a woman happening ter lie passing a t t h a t mo­ m e n t stepped in tt^‘ way. Kerrington K uockcm nei d o . . ... *(.f » o.,,i «lrt,w his revolver, b u t tte woman m rising odcc more got before hii#..an«l he was thus pFi- vcnted from tiring.* In the m eantim e Duncan m ade good 1 is escape and has not aet-n h e a rd of since. M ID .'i.E P 'T .T deserves a w o rd af 'com m endation. 1 j e officers agree in spying th a t the citizens of the place were u ^ tirpig iu th e ir efforts to ferret out the rqi»b«ry, saying th a t th jy m u st have no thieves in M iddleport. A M U S E M E N T S . TIIE BEET lOffEN CONCERT. It is to be. Suck is the vrrdjct indicated by the large attendance i t the I’ink last evening W e w e reprom iied » “ Beethoven Musical Society” as a perm a n e n t institution should the public extend tl.cir tim e ly patronage, and the tine audieace of last evening cer­ tainly bodes well or the ause. M usically w ell as financia' ly the Beethoven Concert was a flattering success. The new orches­ tra is m ade up of jouipctent m usicians aud enthusiasts iu the ^profession, whose earnest xeal a n d unflagging ejaergy in this case is a tru th fu l fo r e r u m u r jn a po.itive sugccss. W ith th e brief allt w]nnce of tim e and con­ sequent lim ited pi a c tice which they have had preparatory tc tbeir last night's en ter, taim n e n t, they have .accomplished much in„ deed. In ail of. tliitir orchestral selec_ tious it was not c}ible tliat th e ir tim e was kept in exc'dleut uniform ity, am’ th a t great .iiscreii'in was used m the various modificati- {|3 of tone. W ith the overture “ Fidjlio,” from Beethoven, w h ich was perfort ied w ith the nicest r e ­ gard for the intrinsic m erit of th e piece, enthusiasfn became .am p ant and increased its hold upon the a idience w ith the p«;r- formance of each suci eeding feature. A p ­ plause was ahun.iant. and was bestowed judiciously where it 1* l<>nge.I. The l>eau- tiful waltzes -“ .Momij/g Leaves,\ by Strauss, were deliciously in tej,-rt-tod by the Beetho­ ven, aud the chore; from M endelssohn, “ Der W a ld\ (Forest .Fain, was so adm ir­ ably rendered by th« Liedertafel, ?a«ugcr- buud and * o u rinentai, th a t an */icurjf was perem p torily dt-niau.i!-.l and given. Mr. A lfred H.- l*eaae w;i^ m excellent apirics and gave his piano aplo, 1 1‘olonaise i:* Eo .) by Chopin, in a manjiqr a t once artistic and graceful. For au r-srar* he dashed utf his brilliant arrangem e n t of th e airs from (iram le Duchease a n i Barbe Bleue. Mr. M. Diehm, the ten o r ;-obusto, eclipsed all expectations by his t^ie display of vocal- ism. The solo “ Nparkliug .litars\ and A b t'a “ Schalfewohl\ (Sleep' W ell; were sang m a voice of rem a rkable p>wer a n d sweetness. T h e selections fjolu “ Faust,\ the waltzes “ Hof Ball Jr’zenze,\ th e “ j&cho” gallop a n d the closing piece “ R o b e spierre,” all received adnurablp treatm e n t aod'w e re richly enjoyed by thii -hundreds who*' were so fortunate as to be [Miaeent- The magnifi­ cent B a ttle Chorus f r;m L ien., by W agner, sang by the Liedertal'ej. Saengerbuna and C o n tinentals, was p a ; of if not t l'e most pleasing features o# the programme. It waa rendered s p lendidly, and th e a p p la u se w h ich followed fairfy shook th e fiuilding. M r. A lfred H . Pcwm- M ayed ooeW Gott- schalk’s compoaiuona in exoellsht s tyle, and M r. Diehm let «op his fine voice to its fullest compass in t|«a solo “ Loire’s M es­ sage.” B o th artist I w e te w a rm ly ap- ER IE COUNTY. T h e following officers were elected by E d e n Division, No. 28, Son3 of Tem p er­ ance at their last m eeting: Jam e s W . Green, W . P.; Mrs. Jam e s W . Green. W . A.: George Lathrop. Ii. S.; Miss Am elia P a x ­ ton, A. 11. S.; H e n ry Beardsley, F. S.; Se- _ liaa Beardsley, T reasurer; Luce Barton, j r . | Chap.; David Beardsley, C .; Sarah Arms-1 dell, A. C .; J a m e s H ill, I. S.; Sanford Bun- | dy, O. S. The memliers of thia Division | design holding a Union Tem p erance I ’ie mo a t Sturgeon’s Point on Saturday, Ju ly 3d. It is stated th a t there aro between tw e n ty aud t h irty cheese factories in this co u n ty . A correspondent a t Clarence C e n tre write* “ T h o m em bers of Maple Leaf Lodge No. 781), I. O. G. T. will hol.l a pic-nic in llag h S Long’s grove, two miles south of « Tarence C e n tre, on Saturday Ju ly 31. A num b er of Lodges are e x p e c t­ ed to be present aud participate iu th e fes­ tivities. George J . Bryan, editor of the Buffalo Post, and other a b le e loquent speak- j « rs will be present a n d address the meeting. 1 All are respectfully invited to atte n d .” CHEMUNG COUNTY. A correspondent of t h e E lm ira .4 drert i «< i j, who has been traveling w ith th e College excursionists, w rites th a t “ Franklin street in Buffalo is rem a rkable for its tine residen­ ces a n d spacious grounds.” — —The father of Mr. L. W . Bingham of Elmira, died on the 2.5th inst. in th e village of W arsaw, N . i„. Y ., aged s e v e n ty years. An Elmira law ­ yer has on his sign the words, “ T h e a trical A tt’y.\ — T h e annual m eeting of the stockholders of the Elm ira Rolling Mill i om pany will be held on T h u rsday, Ju ly 13th.— -Henry M. B iker,a v iolent lunatic, was arrested and lodged in the < o u u ty jail in E lm ira last S u n d a y . Mr. G. H. Post has been appointed Under Sheriff in Elmira. MONROE COUNTY. Prof. Fowler the phrenologist is in R o c h ­ ester. -The laying of th e Nicholson pave­ m e n t or* Exchange s tr e e t in Rochester has been c o m p leted. Burglars have been op­ erating extensively in Broekport during the past few nights. The shoe store of Messrs. W ilkes .t Benedict was relieved of al>out $200 w o rth of property. M r. A rchibald A rm strong, one of the pioneers of th e town of W h e a tland, died on th e 20th .u s t., at the age of sixty-tw o years. lt rained a little in Rochester ou .Sunday a u d M o n ­ day. The Rochester Democrat says t h a t doirs are plenty in t h a t city. Mr. A. W. Tow er, form e rly of R o c h e ster b u t now of C incinnati, is visiting his friends iu the Flour C ity. The R o c h e ster Chrourle says “ T he F irst B a p tist Cnurch society arc io i raua - -.au/ .-.hurch to cost $12**,(XH), and have procured tn e plans in?*** w - ft. Coots, architects, whose t a s te aud s k ill in th a t line are to 1/e seen in th e handsome structures adorniug our city. The present church location is th e site of the new church, aud it is contem p lated to erect the rear portion this season in the rear of the present w h ite edifice, and finish th e main portion next year.” A deputation of bootblacks w a ited upon M ayor Sm ith of R o chester last .Saturday m o rning, and in a very dignified m anner dem anded th a t His Honor should uphold them in th e ir rights. NIAGARA 1 OUNTY. A New York dandy peered into th e < ave of the W inds uuder th e Falls recently, and when asked w h a t he thought of it, rem a rk­ ed: “ Oh! its very p r e tty , b u t i t ’s so deuced w e t.” A Straw b e rry F e s tival was held in the C o n g r e g a t i o n a l Church c h a p e l at Loekport Tuesday evening. ------- A “ Red .Stockings” Base Ball Club haa been organ­ ized in Loekport. It defeated the “ \ o u n g Trappers” of th a t place a few days since to the tune oi forty-seven to tw e n ty-tw o . — Young ladies of X o c k p o rt complain ol a “ big six-footer” who w alks E a s t A v enue ui th a t city every evening for the purpose of insulting ladies. Straw b erries are ten cents per quart in Lockp-.rt. ------- The Lock- port Union says: “ J o s e p h Duncan, a former resident of Loekport, was arrested S a tu r ­ day night b y D e p u ty Sheriff Carrington, of Medina, and Constable Duncan, of M id­ dleport, on the charge of complicity in the stealing f o f w ine, aud taken to Loekport. W h ile in charge of the above named officers on th e ir way to jail in this city, Duncan made his escape, and has not been since heard from .” CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. The M e thodist Sunday Bchool In s titu te h e l d at S h e r m a n on the S t h , 9th a n d 10th, j T h e cheapest phme to buy lire w o rks in Buffalo is a t C h e s t e r ’ s , No. 4-MJ M ain street. O v e r w h e l m i n g stock of boys’ a n d c h ild- dren’s s traw hats at 291 Main s treet, B e r g i o l d f t B r o . A KUK.sn lot of “ ( 'a p t. Jinks” H a rvard Vanguard; also some beautiful jiearl cassi- nien and drab Beaver hats, Fifth Avenue style, j u s t received at I. A. S i r r e t ’ s , 213 Main st. M I ) A .TH S V j and gr 11 Knit >. ru ca. T H E B U D > O T H f c S . C AN EM E R G E N T CON VO ..( N... 71 It. A. .\i , will !. Jidd at Mx- r . f .Main a n d 8**a • i*t thi- W edn - * 7 : o’cl* .-K. A “onerai aifcum n c e i- >• o id e r of tiie M. E. II. P. E. I». A. G A (*R , See. b a t h s f o r J a d i e s i lc-meu, from 7 A. M. to 10 *. M , «i A R N E S S M A K E R W A N T E D - A « ireneral w o rkm a n , to whom £.>ob a a Jen Wl : ne I>a;d and stead , ttn p \ m e n t given. Add. K. B h I ■ S O N , Pnint A b teo I*. O ., O n tario, e»\» Ja 1 1 7 A N T E D —AN A C T IV E M AN )F I T intelligence :»nd iliara>'ter t o deliver l«q%> t-> luhncritiers in ih is ci y. Apply at m .r branch e - tah i’-hiuent 8*V Slain «t., B. ffaio, w ith .e r n i i c j , . ' ■ t eharae.er. A liberal -alarv to a suitable per*,.* . V.K -C1- .. Y U K '.O N . »,.) Vain -treet. C H A N C E FO B F K O T lT A B L E lY l- ploym e n t re offert-d ( \ any person o u t of p.. -k ..r p i c l u r after, y; ..|» n f..r i f.-w I . - ‘ H a t W est Genesee st., K eiw ten 1 n i _ .nd 8 1‘. M. A GOOD 8 r e A D Y MA v erv tan c ' a 1 k inds nf farm wo'k., an mpioymc-ut j l i s t outside tiie city. ,u- furoace. p R A N K W 1LD-S r A M U T I f * . THURSDAY ffVRM.N’G F irst a p p e a rance of Mr. CTL’.N F <’<\n ■*% , M , original P u r e , A«., M o rrm y L ittle, late w’, . .. Bro her«M inrtrW » ,B .j..«... ’ ^ Mwrr,“ A d m ission—G a llery, 10c.; Parquet, 20c tra , 25c.; t e a t s in 50c.; W hole Box. > . B. - New Stare a re o n g a e td and will f f — , , . rapid succession. \ __________________ FRANK W ILD . Pr 7 CA DEM Y O F M U S IC. ’ A A I1AKBY W E S T O N Lessee SCntSCM , M IRTH AND M Y > I1K SEVEN N IGHTS ONLY, Common.-!ng SATURDAY EV E N IN G , J ; RO B E R T N IC K L E T H E WORLD’S PR E S T ID .G ITA ^ iu lus R e m a rkable Magical 8. um II*.* O N E W T . N I . K K l l 421 F ranklin s t 2 » tory in-ick gaa a n d w a ter .u u a r h le m a u tels. a n d excellent cellar; lo t 61 ft-’front* s! cv ..ii rear. P n c “ , #12.000. ST C h u rch at., 2-st«r>- frame. T.^t well im p roved, and in t n e very h e a r t ..f tli - c ity. Price, #Pt*o0 ijT * 'L , lj-storv fram e , and w a ter; lot Pr 1 1 7 A N T F D T T who un«*e :isxiio. 77 E. Ea» it- s t. s*s a n d w a -cr; alley nre at lei E st Ben U f A N T E D —T H E SU B S C R IB E R I? F sires to em p loy a Com p etent person t.. n u , u facture Vulcanized R u b b e r Goods. Call at lo K Seneca«t , - e tae.-n 11 A. M. and 1J M. H E L P F E M A L E S . t exceeding four lines ■ nder this headinn tori 11 N I A G A R A S T He! » r« ,p - w a n t e d t w o and th e ..th t {■ r i p Apply t r m 2 t » ) — 1 l i U l U . l i * ) 4 pet - nt *irl t- and cham b e rw ..ri . v »>«/ r U .hate!. S i W A N T E D A ( *M- re - «i ia takiug t a r e of cbild| ;ii th references. U P P E K t e r r a c e w a n t e d , \ good girl to do gelnra! work. Apply ian r c - II ( I iT T A G E S T —W A N T E D —A G U i L l ’A R K ■m.k w ant r-ian d s her 1. PLA C E (N E W die ag. d ; one w N O \ io thor--uij *i- nne well i c- J j N IA G A R A S T R E E T .—A t girl wanted to uo th e gene a! v ..f t a .. . EA G L E •et«4il g’rl to id DSON >T. W A N T E D , , g e n e ral h .u«ew..rk. I W A N T E D nail family. I I i LMI ‘291, * > M ^F .N K « A S T . W A N I E D • I I I to do / e r oral hr li e*\-*. 427 W A N T E D . .work; r fererc A ( i l l t L A ‘ - l l t l - *7 life. L A W A R E > I . W A N T E D charge of cnilJ H E R S A > P. M. V -net of Edit- N I L B N A I IO N A L pany.- Notice is hcr.-bv ’i ' ’ this I E R E J I “fl <• nes.fav, .14, .tl and Cl :nniout. B K lD isE n th a t th t TEL* ..531 I qulr. •* (is 7 ssi 97 s s W A N s ; -G I R L W A N T h L) 'I'. d . u.-neral in .use,Cork. h. le-ren.-e* t ■ i u.M I e i n / 1 I th e share-l Id c ts i< li re C o m p any, . . ‘let i.-r : ..’-hick I*. M on hif-dvv, 1 t h Vav, ti.e M ansion Hoirec, in B iffaio was licM, and i , a<l ied u . : ;»th day iiday ne h or a n d p!.*c -, wh.-n th t annual g -c- rul M.-it ; s h a reholders I be held, 1 cted. and suet. • t h e r h remess tran-acted as tnuv hrougtit hefore t h 'r a i d anuuaJ “tiara! nice u /, 1 a» required by law. C. J. BUYDGES, Vill-Pre.sident. I S S O L U T I G N O F c o / a r t n e k - ship 7 M AIN ST. W A N T E D A G l R | , ---------------------------------------------------------------- X M \ IN S I w kN T E D a pia n sratnstreaa; also a /o o tl cook. M A IN ST. rP - S T A I R S G IR j. tert; one a r - n i t o n i 'd to and loud ..f .rv bru-k. a ttic ar.l baaem rnt, rear. P r ire. #700\. A L E T H E 2-> i t • u V BR IC K No. la K. Pear. - t . ; / a s , m a rble m*mU-' -> et.-., all in _• »• d order; l. t 25x114 to anallev! •n th e a!:, * ; wid l»e s.<1.1 mi rea onab e term -. - -t -rv fram e Ii . iim * N o . 55 Park st , in good o r d e r 2'txI2U l o a n aUey. >e»ir..' 1 vacant property■ f-,-r sale: lo t 9 0x230,west i- -f Mam - t.. 142 t t n o r th of Allen st. - * west side ot Main -t . b etween Allen i N o rth «ts. HASTINGS * O T -O , , 3 Brown’s building. l-’.LL FA R M FO R SA L E OR EX- u t 12 a c res good house \.*11 . . . . n e u.,.l out-building., in good „ r . e r . a large h. n ■AIK. fine orchard of apt-les, pears, oherrier t.v irv th u ig in / o,l m l.tion; situate in Rast •oi-. J j u n i - , irom railroad .iij»ot, 7 m iles west of v' hau e*oi a s n u g place in tiie citv v .irth #31*00 to #4 K*0 mid pav < i(Terence; or will s*-!l n easy u m i s . LYON A BAKKK, E rie L a n d Office. S T .—T H E enicnt a n d . m m ..dious dw e lling ..j, vo- — .u theast corn r ..f I ’e law a re and H u ron s ts .. -to n e s and ha- e n .en t, parlor, mt’ing room lll.ra; \ I k d r <>m and l.athr.. ni . u flr-t fl.njr; furnace, h.'t ami c. ld w a ter, etc all in |>e-fect order. F..r sale by LY o N « BAKKK. U O C S K ON D K I .A W A C F , very eonvei . etc. ,'OR ''A I . E street ii >R T* i jo n s R E N T N O . 625 *ei Apply to OTTO, -I Pearl nt. L ' l ' l : S A I . K A K A H M O K 2 1 A C l v K S . I w ttlun five R iiniitt-’ walk of A .i ro r . village. ■aa a /m id h Aa.ere d and •- e x .-li'U /c v'.JMB, Id 80 >< -iit 13u fru it trees, *.«i ciiitivati. n; w ill -el* eh , pr. perty A p ly to M. K°. U R S A L E -A h a n / e h .r c ity property. A p p lj F A R M O r z'l A C R E a, orcliai \ 11 x l i eheup o r e \ - o M. McCoM B , io PRKSEKT8 G l \ RN A W A Y M U H T L Y . A d m ission Fam ily and U p p e r Circle, 2G , i»u-wi Cire-le a n d O rchestra C h a ir-, 60c. D o o rs o|>en a t 7 o’clock; i GRAND G IF T MAT NEK SATURDAY A f T E E X J O K , J U L Y S, w h oa every c h ild will raotive a HANDSOM E P R F S K S T Adndsrdon to all jrarts of th e house 2.5 cento Chi dren 15 cents. Q O L D S P R I N G S D R I V I X t . P A R K . TROT BY B U F F A L O HORSES, W E D N E S D A Y , J u n e 30. Tho proprietor* of thi* track offer a brem lum f #20d to thu toliow ing nam e d I iophw n „ l n iu t dUio C a p t. F r a n k P e r e w ....................... ... Sheldon feuue . . l lo .m er Jo h n II r t e r . . D u tchm a n ($150 t o t h e tir»t horse; i to t n e aecomU j ** T h e p r o p r ieto r , of tb e C Id Spring D rivm * P .- k int nd to pres*a to th e culre-,s , f B-:ffalo d u r l a U ^ o u m i ^ t o u u n a ..r i r a „ , U r ., , i M A rrangem e n t- are now I, llr-t t u , , T r o tting |l „ rM p iz.w. n th is tiack. No exirenso will |H. 1 to Diak, .< adiug tra ks of tiie c o u n try. SEASON T CK E T S ................. A d m itting th e holder t, eluding l»a.lpk., C m a d e » ith owner* or to eum p e te for liucral privilege* of th e ritiol I^ O R S A L E —49 B E N N E T T ST., 2 l - -ry f r a n i , , m /- . o d ■ -n d itio n ; lot 25 l>v 137 T a lveviii.n, f i liin th i r ty trees, 6tc„ W ill sel cheap .. _ r t y da. s. Apply to M. MooOMB, 10 .- l v i i : s a i . i : ii-jr, m a i . n I h r i H re iik-r.ce in /• od cot I th. r# V on W ashington -t ; i . k m m iprovi PPO to Mr ., A F I N •ondit on; brick ham n -t ; the house h*> all the nents. ‘t II-ell heap i f so.'d sc uM B, lo S. D i.isioii st. F M)R SA L E T H A T S U B S T A N T I A L and eommodiotts 2-r.U.ry <*ront n o d rear) Bri. H o n s-, with Li a: .1 -had*. t i r . ^ r . . ri-,, . l.-ca A f -I I < L A S S A a r Nu; .►ide ; large h. m -t i : lot 7.2,X2«4. I ‘- t , . n hrick rlwulling, -cllar a n d cistern , turna.-t ■rder, finely papered Ac. ' d with fru it 1\’.: e ..f th e late William io southw e st-com e r o f .Minn JOHN o ’lTO , 51 Pearl -t. D W E L L I N G S F D R Just c o m p 'e u d , on finely finished • lc ai d oxjh - ell built, fie ri >rth N o rth st. V A IN I Dr law a re -t , t gas, *Vc.: house, in on N iagara s q u a re, w , fin slicd in good desirable pla.-e for business. Prices N re DAKF.U -rie LandDffie... L u i s F u j i r-st side, 30o feet n t, rei equir. d. s i n t r i o x s v t v i k s . I) Buffa’ the Jun. ed Til. f A -X N J A t E X A M ! itrai s.-ho..: building tin N O T I C E . — T H E nation for mtmtsF v ill b. l.ei ’ at the- f rnursdav and Fridav, J'-' ' ' an,i -d , cr.nmi,-. cing a t o clock A. M. jtt- av ii t - will t e exam ine t in sptI ing, ge graph#. rfHunetic, g atnm e r a n d U. S. l l i t iy. i-:ichappljr, t expected to tie provided w ith apencil, m-ukiif al|d a piece *>* r v ’ .,. S \ f 'K l. _*,4l*E ‘•up’t Fclioola. MAV OR S O F r H K, . Buffalo Ju n e !2tn, 1SGS4. i T A M E * UNG O F T I I E GOMMIT- ee apfvo * r ‘ by th e Common Council t o m ake u-ran/ctnentB Sr‘v 'e ra.in g th e n i n f v t drd an in ■vcr-a y of th e 'D K u d f t i c e --f th e I 'l d t t d S tate,, held at th e MS’* * Gfticc on S a turday, J u n e 12(h, A 1 Re sol > parti- i rd , and a ll organ *, th e tra d e . Mid f a t th e N a tional Oi -j;*** - th . Pu'die Sell ,, jfe« e n tin g 'h e various r.rpnene^ ol m> nd ’ V in t h a . ty ce respectiully invited ;i . i c celehruti in ,-f th e N inety-third i m r e-r-w nf th e Am e rican Independence, ou y , f 6th d a ^ o f J u l y next. All pa/t'‘ w no desire U> p a rticipate are r- q u e sted j repo™ ’ Hie undersigned oil or oefore the .-tl. ,,t. W IL F. ROGERS, _____ Chairman. (S v K V K K E A P E K A .N U M U V . E I : A. JU S T IN , a t N o rth B.’ffalo, has th or th e Buckeye Reaper and Mower, a n d can j>ai; in /n e c e s s a r y on th e m a c h inery a t hi.- N iagara st.., near Amherst-. He keeps con in hand a 1 tb e e x tr a parts requir-d. VYA.:vu:' horn- and ha’!.: has | w s ini; -p.l-tryM*., 1 dress H , tb is of S IT U A T IO N BY in boy 10 y e a rs old, can tak*- ca and do th e w- r t p> o u t a }>., , from lus last r.lao uffic, A S I T U A T I O N IN A DJU-’ I la-'willing to m a k e hiii-sclf us*, p-nl.-ch as enij'lo,.luii t. A,.. A m m A T IO N i '• A V l l C M i M . V K t t l K D M A X , V l f u 's E T . iti Me.-hantes, practical an-* theoretical desin , situation a- such. A-.t l , ,i i o V. -t S 1 T I v r i o v s I C H A L K S . i k e s p e . t a b i . 8 m a k k i e u w o m a x - a d sire s a a i t u a t i o n a - w .-t l u i w A .-o 1-. ul 37c B iicertisenii'nts not *x;ecdingfour t- - or th.rt It .cords uu-rt-d muter thi - h- o Hmj f o r 'J » . • »; E L L l L O l 'J • I'.—A FEV\ B'*ABi inm o d a te d w ith hoard ,.i A l4** a f.-w dav board, r- w tite h P E A R I >T.. ABOVE E A G L E A f . v boarders wanted by th e dav >r week *>» V 'K A B I . ST., B E T W E E N EA GLE and C o u r t si.- , :t few boarders can lie pit-* n tlv ?c.-orom.«l»t* <1 w ith o r w ithout room*. \ . D IV ISIO N S T .- a FEW i*ii g le g ntlenien, o r / r n ’ em en and wives, -• v$ ‘m i ii t/oarei a n d pie-reaut rooms. • { t j l W A SMIMUTUM S T . W al house. S'flfl s i L’U a j I o n b 1 -'.dl at 126 Kif h - I I I ATH»N W AN FED nurse. Apply at B Y A N EX No. 15 F if th st k i s i n e s h u : a \N $ f : s . C IA P I T A L $360(1-T H K J F .x t u r t s and good * r n n ,| L2. thi w -■ught a t a uargain if taken o r n m g th e sam e are - - connected wit ••ss a - to require ail th e ir atten tio n . AN 1 L I; \>\ H T N E R w ithout cap ital , one who I- a , 1 apply ; fe ) T- . . - u ’. S T i i c k A N If store on Mum en soon. P a r tite f'.‘*l lo to a re.ltu ••( Vlrg I , i . ' I i f S T b-d, . nt., east aide, 670 feet s. F ranklin ea - i side, 2.1 , we-t side, 183 feet . if AM TIN (*8 ^ O IT • rs. No. :: Brown’s Bui.ni 1 feet n h of ( LA.SS U E s lD E X U E S FOR '* , m touderu 1*0 i leacJ u ... ■ V u t-storv Hr utrare a n d I • -i .1, ed v 2-.-toiy Brick Houses, wit lodci k w a lnut, c h es _______ through- u t, situate on the ! Main :uid D o d /c streets; lo t 70v -old on reasonable term s . !. Hons.- on th e - <uth-(o>» com e r i Hi au t Htreet.-; tin.-ihod com p lete iu lo t »7fx23* - \ »■\* (S- i.mr Ferry street; lo t V.Ux rick b*n 1243), offered u No- 31-r Mich shrubbery and fruit v reasonable term s. (An s tr e e t, wit:, mod ■ ry Brick II--,. r- N„. SS Uti. the .ity , lull pi •al K- I » r i : E C H A N . E s 1-01! I11H S K S I V L* • lor sale. In good I.K-ulitics an-l at r stre e t, nea will 1 h - sold cheap. • f ch. a |/er dwellings in al inted li.-t-. of whi :!• mav I* UASTINGS & .»TT ». <. N-„. g Prown’s Bui dmga. tdiate \d lu West hwail st. 22> Allen s t . Ill e x c e llent : Via’ -I St , 2 st..r\ fn u ii- a iiiisvlvaii’A s t., 'J-story fra 1«< ................... 7 ’ -U h -tr.-. t, I..* | r\-13/. *d . -t . 1 -torv .-..ttaire. new •ds.-© *t ,y*- •rgtny s t., 2-stor ■ant St., > st, iMi tr. a t., 2->t- , by Hn , price. A N D re d u c e d ft San- ..*•*00 ■ 3000 Ilew, lo t l*)X P.M or-, tr: *ge, n , lo t Soxli »\ w, lot 30x112 ......... 4000 >ri> k, first .-las- d w e llin g . 11 •■•i.'k, first-class dw e lling.. In fram e anil burn, all new. «»;.oo fram e und barn, at a bargain. »>., 2-story f-jiuie, new, lot.K»x!25 4500 - a n - f ,j nice brick house and one-acre - .1 with fru it of ul kind.-, new l»am, go-d cistern, o n e r C h e n a n g o a n d R h o d e is. and operty m u s t he Hold s-..»n to clone u p an en- ■ uii be had at a / r e a t sacrifice anu on bb- ticulurs apply t e IJL'ME ft SAN F O R D , 1 at. .seveml farm* to exchange f o r citv pro :*1- o k. NKORD. Ill W. Swan st. Single A d m ission, 50 cent*. D. M OKTEii \ DAN IELS, Proprictore. Q RAN 1) EN T E K T A IN Al EN ’I AT T I I E SKATING RINK, Ju l y 5tli, 1301*, Foi th e benefit of th e SO L IIIER S - R E L I E F FC N U , U n d e r Uie a,uap|t.e» o f th e GRAND ARMY O F T H B RKPUBL1 M m . C n r t o . I,-.- r t o . , L t o . . . . d . etc . 1 M . , „ . “ \ \ ' • • \ • ' I ........... -- H I k - r , „ l „ ing a t reaauusble r«u*. In tn e ev filing a I P he a,In GRA N D PROM E N ADS CON. KKT b tin - , -w ill te M r .,,. K *•> Iff of. VJroM'urt r th e day ,-r the will Im* g iven, during wl, 9 — drill by tb,- Fa* I. during t h e da) and even 11 >rated c in e rt Admisai i.k e t s .In tne hi d after DP I v ,l - H N 8 t*N' ,Pa' ' h a lt m an *■ ' n u n r t f e e - J H I O A K r i E E D U f D U K A N D IS L A N D The favorite atcamer, “ GRACE DORM E R ,\ Will t o ra h r r J .to .,« * ..I M.iu „ ^OM M L N C ING M o n d a y , JU N E . 28, I so.,. Parties w i-hlng to c h a r t e r th e Gnu-e f» r m r r fo r ! ' io. - niid e> jtirs:,,,,. ean do mt at re a ..nab!.- to,,,. x‘ r f m n '' \ \ \ mt U * Al.I.f . S \ 1 1 ( J i m : V.-r -t I .■«•! . Hi.JTnb. I » I F F A L O < ; e S SHOOTING SOCIETY Will bold a FESTIV A L no J U N K 28. » and 30, w th P R I Z E B H O O riN O , n JU L Y 1, A PIC NIC \T CLINTON FOREST. JG U N B. Ill* MA. M teretaiv. J V V 'L N I N <; C O N C E R T AT KOE8TKR-8 PA R K , C o rner High an d Mum Street*, Everv Tuewlay and T h u rsday Evening* c. tog on Tu • ^ IN E A K I S A C A I J tv.Y] t YOUNG M F N S ASSOCIATION 111 I L 0 » n u .-, :,*y except Sim- T ii- G allery will I, Ja>>, from it A. SI ill Hir g le adm ieaion 25 .a.nto • ticket uciutli, h n e n u . L tl BKLL Q L I N T O N KOR’.vSr. P a r ties w ishing t .. e n g a g e ( LINTO N FO R E S T G r Pic-nic Parti**., F.-wtiv a-, do s., by -applying to -treet. , t* b o a ting Matches. I. O-ral No. ;510(.ff li U. i VLO D R IV IN G PA K& . SEASON TICK E T S ¥( $15, tion .lay * a n d ball playn F o r Hale by •R YEAR ilegen of t r a c k , «-*h! A t the office o t ifandir. perly, 8 ith Apply to IlL’MK .V lu'D R h .\ LE— NO. 222 FR A N K LIN ST., i entire ly new, J u - t fuinm h e d w ith every oo riven- i- and modi > 1 71 B ryant - !--t w.-ii -to. I* . t*»- iffi- ■ 2?4 2:5 phi n,i- ' 3 . 1 room , aui table for two A F R O N T gentlem e n or for a PE R S O N A L . -fd U.euts not exceeding fo u r (■,■» thutg ' ' » -. i ond, r t h - h . ading Jo. 4 3 c, n f , ' h ? » D E J - i N A L L B Y V I R T I E OI 0 \ ER ’ \ ’ > y e a r-’ e x p * riem e in th e best house* in - - <1 P a ri-, I a m prepared to do uph* I M t o J 0 i,‘ ' ’ ‘ “ tich in e ; t y . r c o u n try. ‘Hd fur- . *tode to iook lik ■ new. W ork done a t lc m e ! 2 * « ■_ AJd ■ Pr, nip M - a y - 1,_. tl., , », . P ^ ^ X A L —T H E '“ «5 U l T E lliM OK r , 1 ’f A I h /olittle having d iasolved, tiie .-t x-k in -ve.lt d-'' todou/ing to them i.a.e te e n re- ' - id c,. * Main l,*r't t . five d o r r s tch-w the < -id ,-r \rf.to.\ . m?d t*. o r d e r one-third le-s th a n tor • i etu*. > outh’' “ *d c h i.dren’s cloth-ng a’- pri- e- BU'iLRT 10 L'lose cul the htock- JAS- t - p e r s -- s a l ' v , - .......................................... I l ;--o* h n j l n , . t i> ;uil*uildiu/. rv- Main sire, H K IVYI* F I R S T C [ . . \ 3 V ’ -mg a got <1 lm-ii.. -- Parties war ,|iw Y K D8 .V b l.C K L A N r e , N- . 1 is PO R SA L E ST04 K ith favorable r i.-v of a desirable x :t. liA-VllNCS ft OiTU, 3 Bro LE T - M A C H IN E SH OP, TG<»L' iu-r, oundry. ftc. Ilaringpi rch s s e .l 1 u at-.i ot) er tools tat. ! ow ned by ti Aag't 5t Weed, id to. ( n ca*o t iron Work .i.< of -.e h- -t furtii-'itd shop.' n the c nntrv in/ of srgt tpd I: ■ • loitig all k-!i‘ w o r k , wc a re prepared tz. b ase tfie ate v e ar t-i ru n th e - 'tu . . a - ,^.idry « li • if r’c re d w ill t sl.up. T l ra* can ie o o n v e n id a tly d iv id d a I d irt in -rate iiink For |« r ti c .d a r - inqu re of E. I K>. M h i/an stroet an.i <.-atjai. A K H \ R E « HAN* K T O M A K E A . - lai Hi ing d r) cquired i ods L A D Y W I T H A 1 A S H wspa our - . 1,1 n e r - , ; r of P 't e r l T C A N M A K E A in / ont yotirhous-* hy send- good living and naive i>at/onage. , I<: term-., and needs t*. * e -.-’•i, it-iif g u m n t e e of th e proijw rity •d it.-re 3 \ ieet front; rtntH-z.x-. :1, All/any, N. Y‘. ( A P I I \B. ->0. :■ d a ran :.d k , Jui i im p rovem ent^. Also, 2 -storv a n d » Uig fram e bouae; k.«I w ith fru i t : in a neighborhood -. rapidly iiiere-aoing in va.ue. Applv t\ JtfllN • t l l u , >ji Pearl Ht. SA L E . property, •t th e N iagara . G o thic H tyle, in good --*»des aim out . i • are tw o acre* <d land uniii«. w q - u n d e r fine state of c u ltiv a tio n , w ith r fru it treen in l«*aring. w ith h’brub- r i . l l r E R I E I-U U I’E I I I V r o u ■ T h r prt-nii-.-* know n as th e K.-mpaon p ith it.,n L\*» b I p>. I- xiid N orth ■oniera in r : !, LY J N ft BA K E R , Erie Land Office. s a l e t h a t v a l u a b l e i> - I, lorthwfcat ..-n ie r of W a shington f'.vi-ioq s’ re-.-ts. |.,i 11 x 20 ; h o u se briek, with w in/ -,ue of th e m o st desirable te c ity, either t-.r resideuue or for buni- JO liN OTTO, si Pearl nt •A L K 2 2 D E L A W A R E -ST. • 45 x 115 . . a tw o - u .r y , alt*,: and wing brick ./ 10 room -; very e l e g a n t,in fine or- rtiern im p rov. tu* n ts. Also u tern. JO H N OTTO. 81 Pearl st. » ;'< * ! : > A i . K 2 - V l o R Y BRI* K UO U m E I w.t 1 wing, o n east .i«le; ten room s l.eside*. bara- ',:ent u •. ■at 1 ; . m a rble m an tie* and Do g t '- pat*-nt . .»:• ■ I. -t tiiix !0'.-. 1 ri. • . $2-V)0 d o w n , bai • . eara. B) w i ii.xm - M I L L $ j i h r - . ; . tre-et, next block ea-t Normal S<-h*/ol. h 'G l i .N A L L H D l K L A N D L O T S. W cot Bwan and Michigan nts.; lo t lS*bxll2J. AIho, two fnifUs on UaiL /h Turnpike. Term* eaav. Inq-rire- of S. C. ADAMS, with P r a t t ft Co. 1 22-tf F ’ O I t S A L E ( * N K O F T H E F I N E S T farm-* in th e town of B e n n ington, near th e vit- - - • . JO H N OTT* *. ►] I'ear I s’. L O i; S A L E 649 D E L A W A R E \ST. r tw-.-Htor. fram e boui 4 M 1 I O \ S I L L S DO D G E v\ OCX 853 MAIN S T 'jtE F T GENERAL AUCTION and Dally nal. - ,.t Ury , Bedding and C iv DAY. COMMISSION HI M M sq If,usls it required. .■sis. An:. Sale-, o f F u r m ’ur^ , Every TUESDAY an.i FHI- C “ A ‘ : j CITY JfiS *». I R I S H , J t L , AUCTION, COMMISSION AND P U LP 8 T 0 RE IIOU 8 E, •» 3 W aohington nt.. Buflalo. Established j- 7 . Regular Auction Sales WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. Mpeulal Halen u advortlrad. F u n u t u r e , Mir r . r- tdlclo th . C a rpeting, Blank. I-., IV ,-I P a p e r . CnrUor ► »te., e tc.. retailed a t fa/-lurv i.rn e- T O L E T S T O R E S . L ' O R R E N T —S I O R E S N O . (*J A N D 93 L Main s\ A p p ly to VV. H. PEABODY. ^ T O R E S IO L E T — 180, 1S4 A N D 194 k D Main Kt., weat -d.'e , all In good r.-pair w ith «-<»u- ‘ t , 'n*Pl' to; D*0 Ma.i, r t , form r- V Wh.U- H Bank well c a lculate.) f,,r b a n k i n g p u n . « a . Povmmim Apnl L Apply to JAMES WIN811 IP, ffice o v e r store 100 Main rt. T W I . K T K O W I d t . ” h addition 4 I M S ng four line, heading f . „ T O R E N T P « ' K A U o m - . N S h- aSthi female , B E A U 1 I F U L . •nthn old. Ice, Police FJ£SSS 2 aSS 16 tin can de’ -re d , no one v Address, f-.r - ■ ! (••ntb. I -th day I S treet I -------- Mr. Geo. W . Fellow s h as sold the Findley’! Lake Hotel property to Messrs. Douglass ft : w,-i be •mitab^'rew^d«o W ebb, the latter to tak e p >*seasion on the ; 18th of J u ly . Capt. J.M . M u rray of the stetm e r C h a tauqua has b een dubl>ed ‘C o m - m odore” by th e residents of Jam estow n , —Tho C h a tauqua County Masica! Asso­ ciation holds a m eeting Ju ly 6th, 7th, Sth and 9 t h . A paper at Jam e s tow n says tho citizens of t h a t place are under obliga­ tions to Gov. Feutou au.l hia fam ily for tiie liberal donation of liowera, on the occasion of th e decoration of soldier’s graves. ----- The next meeting of the Board of F-xcise w ill occur at the M ay ville C o u rt House on Tuesday, J u ly 6 th . The next term of the W estfield U nion School and A cadem y w ill commence on th e 30th of A u g u st, w ith Prof. John S. Fosdick of Buffalo as Principal T h e annual pic-m c of St. P e ter's Church Sunday School of W estfield took place at H u r lh u t s Beach ou T u e s d a y . ------ D u n k irk is th e self-styled M etropolis of C h a n tanqua C o u n ty. Tke Lake Shore Enter p r is t of th is week says. “ Several wool buyers are w a n ted in W estfield. ( *ur farm ers raise th e best sheep, and s h e a r the finest wool of any county in t h e State, and should obtain th e largest prices. W e need * his honu: go to th. hr- not te.-n -«- '■ v f ' -’•• 'U i. 3 7 1 T.-ntli t eland a n il Milwaukt » * * V 4 L h . ■ > u i ' I » K. un ea»y 1 *; K V A K I * K u l i - A i . i : - A l E H I K road S ts B, L w ter, w ith 7 sere* for n . - t.j IU »*- t HAXK-'KB. \■ » — T ' j : repaired th r o u g h ' i\ l-ii.w',i*l av u iu e ; grounds finely stocked it in great variety kra|<«*, p tara, «•;.; • fl.-r the uwiu-r 1 - uI'Ii/mI t-, leHve town on a. - : * lte!th. Apply to JO H N OTTO, SI Pearl rt. k K N T A H IM < K C O T T A ( • E , * r n . Apply at !*»« Twelfth si ■ >«><! I t cl a( Er, T O L E T T O A M A N 1 a p i . a /a n ' m il --f r-. rn- inq Q F P IC IW TO LEI TWO FIRST .abed roouis to r.-ut, w ithout b<»arri K.-f.,rern-.-k required. A M l W I F E , ■Tea' ■JtnTurmcc F F I C K S T O L E T T W O O F F I C E S a t No. 353 Main at., »,n firat Umir; a t e . thr.-. j'joinn, good loca-iuii fur a Ui^l agency o r m/urai*. rt I.ii-Ui.e*-, nr f r a phyaician ..r la* y. r G K F K . E S IN JO H N C/1 TO - r P O REN T . -.-SPLEN D ID a Nu. 77 Fuarl rt. Apply tu Pearl -• O F T S TO LET ♦ R A M A F O K ra-na \f 21 «-;*.ne' • r. w.l: he S-.1J f' l to >A L E — A N t. v\ | tt i . i . l I f l ' 5 t e V liA L . v l > N I C H O L S f WM. BARK E R , 14 o Seneca f i K N InH E D IHri'.wE 1 0 b e : •4-, N • ‘ M . B tiff.i .. a i l •ti -. r.u-h a’ate - f ’ I tira th .n attach K O K S t l . i : l l . t l SK .S. p ’ K s u i . n r n t j r . o s T i H s , * , . L ’ U K - I d land in t w A - D8 ft Buy- O K S A t t M nev l- A l i i . K T K A U T S UK torn and «. u th e r n M ate-. Ei> ' . No. 10 E. Fens, a - t . __ A SM ALL PU R C H A S E A p p ly to J o h n o t t o , m ¥ Pearl s treet. M d K £ T - ^ K<) R S A L E . — F I K - T S s J taaw v S S S P i Chi?mn P ' h * ‘-vln« in 1 - y for «r50t> aud -.ne for $ 661 A h X J A l . I . J - A K M O l .i.«- d r .\ e fm m B ffal - - ntha . • • ’ vc. n s U , I- -m n • riv e n s j - . : • d .) !. next P .. . . ptcture^, ftc ., :titlu d c i . I . fur- a- • . wood* b e d ai.d 1-arn F o r inf o r .- i > u.»t*-. j.remte > un any day tefore Pi M .r.iig tlit- preta-nt month it He) I M F VV h o : r ; | . us. V, . , r M%i. u O il' j ; t M - A r L li.v • -JIKT. HUI -K . s 42 G'►>!«! 1 -t Apply V JO H N OTTO, -J L ■ /O K r wa O V E R N O S . 89, -I 03 Ma-n »t . ‘.‘A aiul 4t*. atoriea, etrah 'fl 75 feet. Apply t.. W II. PKABOreY. K o o m s N o 440 J B E N T F l K M S H E I j r d u MH . *M«rd, for g r i i t le u s n c«lv tm l r t-’. S M S l / n o , Kto K.-U* „.<1 ; A N D o t r u U i T o L X I w * * • -. W - w y , p « « . t o r . S2T. Mam. . 2d nt -ry, g * a.. l water, stre e t, 2 d, 3d and 1 th rt-.rtes. * ba k e r U ‘ \ M S A R D PO W E R T O R E N T The rouin*. art de.irahie and tb e pow e r « « -...t Inq-.i-e ..f ft B HOLREU. lfccij^au J Ai.d fhe Canal, Buffalo. 1 / - . a l d a e i l ng , b a r n , i;y pre-p e r t) A |.p! | U t T S F O R R E N T F O R F t . -xery r SAI.K TH E 102 J I naot - '• ■.it re invmuvement, with I m a r.ufacturing purpn 16, w ith office and gao a n d •Vaih.ngVjti at. aud -.rie Land Office. th e Gaaai. l^VOIf L I G H T to u r flo a n , each 26a ItuRe oonu-r \t o i H r w m t E li. if7600 and ->n«. for $r.6‘X), AaRDS ft BUCKLAND. B r o k e n * , N o . 10 E a s t Sen- K ^ i“M . ™ f l , i a E , Kr' WARr\ ‘ 1 B I C K L A S \ eca st. M ISSOU One tract < county. Mi-aoi State, on the 20 miles of tb e : Alao, about 'JuO a •in. located over I Abo, 440 acres near the great Chit aud Council BT — The aoove .hanged for c ity | : !) W I S C O N S I N LA N I>S. a.m uf selected land, in Cole i« the capital county of tbe Kiver, and the lanu ■- witi.in ipital t aelecte .1 lands i Siioon- more wool buyers a n d those th a t are able to pay good prices for good wool.” T h e __ S t Jam e s ’ C h u rch Festival recently held in I Land Office. W e stfield realised $100 profit, w h ich w ill j P v j j P a P I ? assist in t h s disahsrgs of t h s chnw k d a h t I c e n t s aad 7 $ ’tzo- . .ce Ixnd in western lows, Nottltwestern Railroad, _ha. e wild low f o r cuth or ex- LY'ON ft B A K E S , Erie f/t)R SA L E —A T 50 nundred, s t th is offios. hard, s* 1 - 1 / U R N lS H E D HOUSES FOR R . 41. )f.-CpMB, 10 8 1 1 - F Wi. j 42 N inth -i ; 2-'t .r; brick dw e lling m \ liniRhe.), Snd having ga*», furtinn'.-, cellar etc «• E L E G A N T R K > 1 : I-I-•• ff ^ r . \ - r - d . B u t * * / . . - ........ fi,,.- order *»,») \ -s “ - 1 Aruima -t . 2 -torv tric k dwelling; -r- i< 1 a t a- 1 i w a te r, t > ' , w ith fu r n i t u r e . R.-ni tf**/*. JOHN t/fT t* -1 M rt • 1 LYDS ft BAKKK, Fru- Land .ffii-f NT ED— T(* B E N T TO A GOOD I tbnar.t. fram e co’tag.-. No. 423 S»>uth Divi j ^ * - .— - . . S w Y s s s z d : * * * * * * . t 'O l , K E X T - T W O N E W COTTAOES . , t K K ||:tiR ATl57it 1 e n e , nt S.fini M .4 H»*,l -ra * to t - A | | f « H lU b K A I OK W A 1 E K U * > . ten a n ts Will be ren td low. Appiy to WM. riN G B , 170 Dearborn r t . ____________________ j - t f O t i R E N T A D E S IR A B L E BRICK J ( ■* I V t l l i n f . x e i t aide of Main rt , ter. m inute* I ’ f-.'tn tbe po»toffice. furuisbed tb r u u g h f u t , | ° i YOVN A N U A B B U B E K T Y FO K > A L K ; \ V 7 ^ \ T A very eupe lor dwe U n /, w ith large lot, a n d / * * . • e of the m - d -rtrah.e locations i.-. h t i :Ia«e of Coward*; lot 110x200, Covered w ith beautiful shade and fruit tree- A lto, • Two -tort* it. th e Plum*. B 'ork on Maiu -t , <-en- irai v 1< cateo fur buxit-eaa. A lto, A finely aa-. rtc-d rtock of Dry Goods, Groceries and Hardw a re , The a b ove will be nr.ht on advantageous term.-, and 1 I good citv real extate a ill be taken in p a r t paym e n t, i w » l. - -------- ----- --------- — . . ___ Apply t • LYON ft BAKE , E n e Land Offi. e. j y».r4, a n d large quat.Ulice of f r u it of different ________ : ---------------------------------- W v. W I t e rented low ar d te mem ton given KICK D W E L L IN G S FO R SA L E V m m e d iately E d W A R M a BICK L A M D . Real ro-rtory b rick dw elling, 453 N a /a r a i t . : . t e i a t - i tel Insurance Broker*. Si w ith m o d ern im p rovem ent*. P r ic e ,: - H O I ME I I K M - H U k . H - I I . V E K P I T T E D W A H - T H V | , 1 ] aOrak in I k . ,.i»- .* > M «... _ y . 1 31# M Freezer*, Ac., A*., at J U. JEW E JT u E K .S ft SONft \F . 10 K. fcnw , . ' t . K ' - K E K V , I . L A S S A W , - n . l u - / I m , » !ull anoruimit. u j c j / h P T . SO<- 8 , 319 U . . . O 1 - 1 . C .L O T U E k H A M Z V k s . B a k k v - t I C JEW L -T+ k - O S * . 319 •’ lot 40X132. with modern improvement*. «12,0o<t. Also. Tbe orick dweli ng, 480 Niagara rt.. w.th 264, throu. h to Seventh »t., and fcam on p Price #7*» A'»o. T x 7 7 The mbstaat al brick dwelling house, 114 South , ■ . Division rt. near O.k *t.. in capital order and t e -1 ./ j. $ co*»Sge* on modem convenience*. Priee $8000. Alto, „ ‘'•O' oottvanieat. The l}--<tory brick house, 651 Ninth st., te* go..d ouaent cellar and spring of pure w a e r; lot 30x06. (Price $3600 W O N ft RAKER, E rie U n d office k e n t — a f u k n i h h k d h o u s e , ^ * 4 I 4ft John*-.n'* place for * m o n ths from Ju n e I , ' ;oO*. a pply to J o h n «>TT<>. 81 Peari r t. __________ ~ H t N 1 U K 3 k U 1 M U t t B B I C K Eik r t , n e a r Louisiana, n e w and Rent #250. 8 R. Eagle «t. R e n t $500. Store > th s U n ited S tates H .te! Block. R e n t $14). ft. ff. W U iSH JP, 10 E. EagU R , r p H E 1. th e best JEW 4.TT ft HON'8 _ SI# Main rt. l.E O L S L A I . J K U O u a n f f i T i - 1

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