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B O U T W e l l ’s BOND PU R C H A S E S . S e c r e t a r y B o u tw e ll w ill p r o b a b ly c o n ­ tin u e to p u r c h a s e b o n d s n e x t m o n t h to as larg e an e x t e n t as a t p r e s e n t , a n d i t m a y f a ev e n g r e a t e r , as th e b a la n c e is h e a v y an d th e re q u ire m e n t s a r e sm a ll. INCOME TAX. T h e p r o p o s itio n to m o d ify th e incom e tax law is b e iu g p u t i n t o sh a p e b y in f l u ­ e n t i a l m e m b e r s of C o n g ress now in W a s h ­ in g to n . I t sh o w s t h a t all n e c e s s a r y e x ­ penses of th e g o v e r n m e n t , w i t h th e ex- ce.pti. i of in t e r e s t on th e p u b l i c d e b t , can be ra - -ed b y ta x e s o n w h i s k y , tobacco, licen s e s a n d a g r e a t l y m o d ified incom e ta x . A ROCHESTER I O C K -PIC K E K . 'i'h e T im ’s W a s h in g t o n sp e c ial s a y s : A s h o r t tim e ago J a m e s S a r g e n t, of R o c h e s ­ te r . N. 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T h e d e s i r e to ab s o r b , w h ich ch a r a c t e r i z e s A m e r ican s , q u a lifies th e m v e r y b a d l y to p e r f o r m tb e p a r t of a P la t o n ic p r o t e c t o r a t e . I t is v e r y p r o b a b le t h a t b e h i n d th e co m p ro m ise th e y a r e t r y ­ in g t o b r i n g a b o u t lies a seco n d e d i t i o n of th e h i s to r y of T e x a s . IT E M S B Y T E L E G R A P H . T h e final co m m issio n on t h e p a r t of th e U n i t e d S ta l e s g o v e r n m e n t to in s p e c t th e U n i o n a u d C e n t r a l P a c ific R a i l r o a d s w ill m e e t a t O m a h a to - d a y , a a d pro c e e d th e n c e to S a c r a m e n to ’, ex a m in i n g th e w o r k iu all its p a r ts. T h e co m m issio n co n s ists of G e n . H i.-am W a lb r id g e , M r . F u lt o n , P r e s i d e n t of t h e P h ila p e l p h i a , W i l m i n g to n a n d D e la­ w a r e R a ilro a d ; G e n . B o y d , of K e n tu c k y ; G e n . 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M e ltee l e f t th e p lace b u t s u b s e q u e n tl y re ­ tu r n e d w i t h h i s b r o t h e r . L e w is M e ltee th e n s t r u c k C h a m b e r s w i t h a sto n e w e igh ing t e n p o u n d s , c r u s h in g o u t his b r a in s an u ca u s in g i n s t a n t d e a t h . A l l t h e p a r ti e s w e re a r r e s t e d . A sp e c ial say s a M iss H i l l , niece of G e n . A. P. H ill, of V irg in ia, w a s a c c i d e n t a l ^ sh o t anil k ille d b y h e r b r o t h e r - i n - l a w , G . W . S k in n e r , a t h is resid e n c e in W a s h in g to n co u n t y , A la , a few ev e n in g s ago. S k in n e r w a s a b o u t to leav e t h e h o u s e t o sp e n d th e n i g h t w i t h a s ick n e ig h b o r, an d w a s engagei; in re c a p p in g h i s lo a d e d re v o lv e r , w h e n one of th e b a r r e l s ex p lo d e d a n d th e ball e n ­ te r e d th e sid e of th e u n f o r tu n a t e lad y , k i l li n g h e r i n s ta n t ly . A r r a n g e m e n t s fo*- t h e F a ll m e e t i n g of t h t S p r i n g f i e l d (M a s s ) C lu b on T u e s d a y , W e d n e s d a y a n d T h u r s d a y of th i s w e e k are n e a i l y c o m p l e t e d . Am o n g t h e n o t e d horses e n t e r e d are G o l d s m ith M a id , A m e r ican G i r l, G e o rge P a l m e r , M y ro n P e r r y , Billy B o w . L e c lu r e , H a t s p u r , a n d H o n e s t A llen. 'Fhe C e n t r a l C ity B ase B a ll C lu b w ill h o l d a to u r n a m e n t a t S y r a c u s e t o com m e n c e on S e p t e m b e r 1st. T h e first p r ize is t h e go ld b a ll n o w h e ld b y th e m , an d v a l u e d a t ( $500, w i t h v a l u a b le p r ize to seco n d best d o b , an d sev e r a l in d i v id u a l p r izes to b e s t p i t c h e r , c a t c h e r , field e r a n d b a s e r u n n e r s . T h e t o u r n a m e n t is o p e n t o a l l clu b s i n t h e S t a t e o u t s id e a c i r c u i t o f t w e n t y m iles from N e w Y o r k city . E n t r i e s a r e to be m a d e b y th s 2 7 t h in s t. T h e C e u t r a l C ity C lub a r e n o t -to t a k e p a r t , b u t re s e rv e s t h e rig h t to p lay a sin g le m a t c h g a m e w i t h th e clu b w i n n i n g t h e firs t p rize, b u t n o t in co n t e s t fo r t h e go ld ball. T h e P r e s i d e n t of th e Iris h R e p u b lican A s s o c ia tio n of P e n n s y l v a n i a issu e s a card d e c l a r i n g t h a t th e Iris h co n v e n t io n la t e l y in session in C h icago ele c t e d n o P r e s i d e n t of th e Iris h R e p u b lican A s s o c ia tio n of A m e r ic a , n o r d i d i t selec t a n y n e w s p a p e r as a sp e c ial o rg a n , a n d t h a t all c l a im a n ts of suchT p o s itions are im p o s to r s . G e o rge A . 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B a y , « h i c h is so m e 6 0 m iles fro m T a d o u s a c . A b o v e th i s p o i n t a r e ra p id s a n d falls. I n ­ to L a k e S t. J o h n th e r e is s a i d t o be a v e r y re m a r k a b le fall of tw o h u n d r e d a n d t h i r t y - six feet, w h i c h is v isib le a t a g r e a t distan c e . T h e sce n e r y a b o u t H a ! H a ! B a y is less w ild t h a n below , a n d t h e g e n t l y s l o p iu g h i l l s are g e u e r a l l y c u l t i v a t e d . T h e r e a r e tw o ill a g e s on t h e w e s t side of th e B * jr, S t A lp h o n s e , an d G r a n d B a ic. th r e e m iles b e ­ low S t. A lp h o n s e , w h ile o n th e N o r th e r n sh o re is a n o t h e r c a lle d B a g o t. C h ico u tim i, w h e r e t h e J e s u i t s e r e c t e d a c h u r c h in 1727. an d w h e r e t h e H u d s o n ’s B a y C o m p a n y h a v e a s t a t i o n , is som e m iles above. T h e in h a b ­ ita n t s of th e s e p lac e s a r e m a i n l y F r e n c h C a n a d ian s , w i t h a good s p r i n k l i n g of I n d ian s . T h e r e a r e t w o sm a ll s e t t l e m e n t s b e lo w H a ! H a ! B a y , M a r g u e r i t e , a t tb e m o u t h o f t h e riv e r of th e s a m e n a m e , a n d S t. J o h n ’s, s i t ­ u a t e d tw e n t y - e i g h t m ile s from T a d o u s a c , an d t h i r t e e n m iles ab o v e M a g u e r ite. T h e dozen o r so h o u s e s in ea c h of th e s e places au d an a b a n d o n e d s a w -m ill o u t h e e a s t b a n k are a b o u t th e o n l y b u i l d in g s seen on th e •Je j o u r n e y fro m T a d o u s a c to H a ! H a ! B ay. T h e sce n e r y u p o n th e riv e r , as b e f o re re- irk e d , is v e r y w i l d a n d g r a n d . R a g g e d m o u n tain s of lim e s to n e , u p o n th e sid e s of w h ich t h e tre e s can sca r c e l y fin d ro o t, ri*c from tfie v e r y b r i n k of th e d e e p , black s t i oam , w h ich , t h o u g h t w o m iles o r m o re in ith , seem s n o t h a l f as m u c h as th e eye sca n s t h e h u g e u p l a n d s . T h e h e i g h t of th e sfi -res is n o t m a l e re a l l y ap p r e c ia b le u n t i l th e y aru ap p r o a c h e d . In m a n y j d a c e s it is said t h a t t h e riv e r is a s d e e p h a l f a dozen feet from sh o re as iu th e , m i d d le , a n d in m a n y places th e d e p t h is o v e r a th o u s a n d feet, w h ile in t h e sh a l l o w e s t it in n o t loss th a n a h u n d r e d . S a g u e n a y Is l a n d is a h u g e m a s s of ro c k risin g fi o m th e w a te r , w h ich is a t h o u s a n d fe e t d e e p . T h e T a b ­ leau is a co lu m n of d a r k co lo red rock, ju t t - n ino h u n d r e d feet in t o t h e s k y , th e fi o u t s u • face of w h i c h i s six h u n d r e d feet hig h an d th r e e h u n d r e d fe e t w id e . T h e g r e a t w o n d e rs of th e riv e r are, h o w ­ ev e r , P o in t T r i n i t y a a d C a p e E t e r n i t y , w h ich a r e s i t u a t e d som e m iles b e lo w th e T a b l e a u on t h e sam e s id e . T h e f o r m e r rise- fifteen h u n d r e d fe e t a n d t h e su m m i t ac t u a l s / v e r h a n g s t h e w a t e r , w h ile t h e l a t t e r is o v e r t w e l v e h u n d r e d fe e t h ig h . A little h a y se t s i n b e t w e e n th e tw o , a n d as th e w a te r is v e r y d e e p t h e s t e a m e r c a u b e t a k e n close in sh o re, so t h a t th e aw f u l m a j e s t y of th e h u g e cliffs m a y be fu l l y re a lized . A m o a t r e m a r k a b le ech o i3 p r o d u c e d a t th i s p lace, im m e d i a t e l y in fro n t of th e ro c k . P o in t T r i n i t y is so n a m e d from t h e f a c t t h a t com p rises t h r e e ro u n d e d ele v a t i o n s , one risin g above t h e o t h e r . U p o n o n e of th e s e a v e r y good profile is seen in sailin g d o w n th o riv e r from t h e N o r t h . I t is fo r m e d by th e ro c k s of tb e lo w e r of th e th r e e e l e v a ­ tio n s . A s h o r t d i s ta n c e ab o v e P o in t T r i n ­ ity is a cave, h i g h u p in th e ro c k a u d in a c ­ ce s s ib le .— Correspondence Boston Journal. n i s p laces w h e t is ior w h a t m i g h t b e — is o n e ii th e co m m o n e s t of h u m a n failiu g s . T h e iru t h c r w ill s h o w yo n w h e t h e r t h » t t e n d e n ­ cy h a s b e e n l a r g e l y d e v e lo p e d i n t h e fam ily. 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T o p leaae y o u , p e r h a p s , h e w iil p r o f e s s a n a r d e n t a d m i r e j o q fo r s o m e m u t u a l ac q u a i n t a n c e , a n d aa} ao w m n c h t h a t a c q u a i n t a n c e is a d m i r e d a n a ik e d b y h i s (th e b r o t h e r ’s) ia m i l v ; an a - h ‘Q, n e x t d a y , h a v i n g fo r g o tt e n a l l ab o u t :h e m a t t e r , h e w ill ca ll t h e a c q u a i n t a n c e i 'ircso m e o ld fool, w h o m h i s s i s te r s d e t e s t Y u o ther r e la t e d p o i n t o n w h i c h h e w i l l y ield m u c h i m p o r t a n t in f o r m a tio n to th e anxiou* lover is t h e e x t e n t t o w h ich th e fa m i l y ha* oeen b r o u g h t u p “ f o r sh o w ” — w h e th e r t h a t exceed in g c o u r te s y an d p e r f e c t a m i a b i l i ty ol d ie s i s te r a r e a n a t u r a l o r a c q u i r e d p r o d u c t tie , to o , ii m a y be p r e s u m e d , h a s been ta u g h t , if h i s s i s te r h a s been ta u g h t , th a t th e ch ief d u t y of life is t o lo o k w e ll i n th e e s tim a tio n of frien d s , a n d h e w ill d i s p la y in tfie m o s t i n g e n io u s f a s h io n t h e m e a n s w h ich th e fa m ily t r a d i t i o n s h a v e t h o u g h t r e q u isite io r t h a t p u rp o s e . H e w i l l p ro f e s s a lo v e foi in t e l l e c t u a l a n d a r t i s t i c p u r s u i t * w h i c h yon see he does n o t feel, m e r e l y becau s e i t rig h t a n d p r o p e r t h a t h e ah o n ld d o so. li he h a s been t a u g h t t o assu m e sin c e r i ty a s a v i r t u e , h e w ill b e t r a y th e co n f lict b e tw e e n h is ow n n a t u r e a n d th e a s s u m p tio n . In m a n y d i r e c tio n s , th e b r o t h e r m a y be led to give t v i d e n c e u p o n fa m i l y q u a l i t i e s , irre s ­ p e c tiv e of th o s e ch a n c e lig h ts w h ich you m a y o b t a i n fro m h is d i r e c t a s s e rtio n s . T H E E N G L I S H E X C U R S I O N I S T . G I R L S ' B R fE T H E R S . T 1 IE IR U S E S A N D A B U S E S . C ITRO U S SYSTEM O F TRAVEL ORGANIZED BY THOM AS COOK, O F LONDON [Fr„m the N. Y. Commercial A d v e rtiser. | T h e n a m e of th e g r e a t m i l i t a r y g e n iu s b e f o re w h o m t h r o n e s t o t t e r e d a n d m o n a rch* h u m b l y b o w e d h a s b e e n co m m o n ly need, to ex p r e s s su p e r io r it y . W e h a v e h a d N a p o leo n s of th e cu isin e , tu r f , stocV b o a r d , a n d of t h e p r e s s , ftc , a n d n o w w« h a v e th e N a p o leo n of E x c u r s io n i s t s . T h e ge n t l e m a n w h o h a s ea r n e d th i s so u b r i q u e t , a n d fa ir l y , to o , is M r. T h o m a s C o o k , ol L o n d o n . F o r sev e r a l y e a r s h e h a s b e e r en g a g e d in o r g a n iz in g ex c u r s io n s fro m th a t m o d e r n B a b y lo n to ev e r y p a r t o f t h e Old W o r id . S in c e u n d e r t a k i n g th e b u s in e s s h t h a s s e n t o u t b e t w e e n th r e e a n d four m illio n s of t o u r i s t s . T h i s y e a r t h e n u m b e i is ex p e c t e d to ex c e e d 300,000. 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H e lias c o n t r a c t e d w i t h ce r t a i n h o t e l s o n t h e c o n t i n e n t to b o a r d a u d lodge e v e r y one p r e s e n t i n g h is “ co u p o n s .” T h e s e a r e p u r c h a s e d in L o n d o n , a n d th e tra v e l e r h its o n ly to t e a r off a “ b e d , ” o r “ b r e a k ­ fa s t, \ o r “ d i n n e r , \ w h e n hu w a n ts e i t h e r one o r t h e o t h e r , a n d th e co u p o n is n e v e r d ish o n o r e d . T e n fran c s ia t h e u n ifo rm ra t e p i r d a y fo r f a d a n d b o a r d . N o t five p e r ce n t , of th e c o n t i n e n t a l tra v e l e r s ta k i n g th e s e t i c k e t s t r a v e l iu a p a r t y , n o r is i t ne- ce - s a r y . F rom tim e to tim e a n ex c u rsio n p u r t y is o rg a n ized , b u t no e x t r a p e c u n i a r y ad v a n t a g e is g a in e d from co m p a n io n s h ip , a n d a n y o n e can d r o p th e p a r t y w h e n an d w h e r e he p leases, a n d p u r s u e h is t r i p alone, re jo in in g th e p a r t y ag a in if disposed. F - r 20 g u in e a s first class a n d 17 guineas se- o n d class (say $105 au d $90) o n e is t a k e n fr-m L o n d o n to A n t w e r p , B ru s s e ls , u p th e R :iue to M a y e n c e , t h e n c e to H e id e lb e r g , a n d ev e ry ch ief p lace of i n t e r e s t in S w itz e r la n d can be v isite d , e m b r a c i n g t w e n t y d a y s ’ tra v e l o u t a n d re t u r n . A co m p a n y is t o s t a r t o n t h e 3d of N o v e m b e r from L o n d o n to A l e x a n d r i a , v ia th e S u e z C a n a l, and b a c k . 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W e feel a re a s o n a b le c e r t a i n t y , say s th e N a ti o n , th a t T h e m a n w h o th i n k s a b o u t m a r r y i n g n e c e s s a r ily becom e s a s t u d e n t of c h a r a c t e r , 1 s p e n d s a good p r o p o r ti o n of h i s t i m e in t h a t am iab le p u r s u i t . I t m a y h a p p e n th a t La i s q u i t e u n a c c u s to m e d t o g u e s s a t a wo- n a n ’s d isp o s itio n fro m h e r m a n n e r , au d sp e e c h , an-l c o n d u c t ; an - l th e ch a n c e s are tlia t h e g e t s co n s i d e r a b l y b e w ild e r e d . If g irl o r w o m a n iu w h o m h e is in t e r e s te d s a t all co m p lex i n c h a r a c t e r o r v a r ia b l e in h u n o r — a n d sh e is a m irac le of a w o m a n if she is n o t — h e w ill fo r m a dozen d if f e r e n t estim a t e s of h e r n a t u r e i n as m a n y w e e k s ; an d a t l a s t confess t h a t , if h e d o e s m a r r y h e r , h e m u s t m a r r y h e r o n t r u s t . J u s t a t t h i s p a r t i c u l a r p e r io d , a b r o t h e r cornea i n h a n d y . B lin d e d b y t h e p o w e r of fem in in e ey e s , o r fa s c i n a t e d b y t h a t id e a l ap p e a r a n c e w h ich e v e r y w o m a n “ o n h e r tria l ” k n o w s how to assu m e , th e d o u b t i n g lo v e r t u r n s t o h is s w e e t h e a r t ’s m a le re l a ­ tiv e , a n d t h e r e s t u d ie s t h e fam ily c h a r a c t e r in t h e ro u g h . H e r e , i n q u i e t g r e y l i g h t, he m a y p e r c e iv e a l l th o s e tra i t s of m ini! an d h a b i t w h ich are e i t h e r o b s c u r e d o r m a d e a t ­ tra c t i v e b y t h e la m b e n t w i t c h e r y o f h i s m i s - ircssea' p r e s e n c e . N o t o n ly h a v e m e n less p o w e r of self-co n c e a lm e n t t h a n w o m e n , b u t th e y h a v e , fu r t h e r , n o o b j e c t in assu m in g an id e a l c h a r a c t e r i n o r d e r to p lease th e i r s i s te r s ’ su i to r s . O f co u r s e , it c a n n o t be h e l d a b s o l u t e l y c e r t a i n t h a t t h e d isp o s itio n s of b r o t h e r a n d s i s t e r w i l l b e i n a n y d e g r e e a lik e . T h e c o n t e m p l a ti v e lo v e r m u s t choose o n t th e b r o t h e r t h a t is p h y s ically m o s t l i k e th i s p a r t i c u l a r s i s t e r —m u s t c u l ­ tiv a t e h i s a c q u a i n t a n c e , a n d e n t r a p h im in t o self-re r e la t io n . I f th i s b r o t h e r f a y o u n g , esp e c ially , th e m a n n e r i n w h i c h h e w ill il­ lu s t r a t e sev e r a l of h i s s i s t e r 's p e c u lia r itie s w h ich h a v e h i t h e r t o p u z z led th e lo v e r is ery sin g u la r . W i t h th e artle a a n c s s of y o u t h , h e w ill b e t r a y t h e w e a k p o i n t s of t h e b r iag in g - u p , n o tio n s , a n d te m p e r of th e w h o le fam ily . H e h a s n e i t h e r th e age. ca u tio n , w i t , o r w isd o m o f h i s s i s te r ; a n d i obeys t h e ca p r ice o r w h im of th e m o m e n t w i t h o u t a n y re g a r d t o t h e a t t e n t i v e s c r u t i n y w h ich is b e i n g d i r e c t e d u p o n h im . W i t h in g e n io u s g a r r u l i t y h e w ill l e t y o u in t o fa m ­ ily s e c r e t s ; a n d m a y g iv e v e r y d if f e r e n t v e r ­ sio n s of sto r i e s w h ich l o o k e d ch a r m in g , o r o n l y co m ical, w h e n t h e y fe ll fro m t h e lip s of t h i s m o re a s t u t e siste r . I t m a y b e said t h a t a m a n is a c t in g u n w o r t h i l y in ta k i n g a d v a n t a g e of th e y o u t h ’s inn o c e n c e to p ry in t o fa m ily se c r e t s ; b u t e v e r y t h i n g is fa ir in m a r r iag e , a n d , if n o t h i n g h a s fa e n co n ­ cealed , n o t h i n g c a n b e e l i c i t e d b y t h i s in d i ­ re c t m e t h o d of cro s s -ex a m in a tio n . If th e g i r l is aa am iab le, a n d h o n e s t , a n d good- tem p e r e d a s sh e p ro f e s s e s t o f a ; if sh e r e a l ­ ly h o ld s t h o s e a r tl e s s a n d b e a u t if u l beliefs in h u m a n n a t u r e ; if h e r m a n n e r to w a r d s h e r p a r e n t s a n d b r o t h e r s a n d sis te r s f a th e sam e w h e n v i s it o r s a r e a b s e n t a« w h e n t h e y a r e p r e s e n t ; if h e r i n t e r e s t i n l i t e r a t u r e an d th e a r t s b e n o t a s s u m e d ; a n d if sh e is, in b rief, a n an g e l in d isp o s itio n , a n d a so u n d ly - c u l t i v a t e d w o m a n i n a t t a i n m e n t s , n o stu d y of th e b r o t h e r ’s c h a r a c t e r w i l l d e s t r o y o r a l t e r o n e ’s r e g a / d fo r h e r , O n t b e c o n t r a r y , w h e n h e aeeaail t h e s e g o o d q u a l i t i e s d i s p la y ­ ed i n th e i r r a w m a t e r ia l — w h e n th e y o u t h of in g e n u o u s jm d o r b e t r a y s th e ssm e fine a t t r i b u t e * , a t n f i e leas h a r m o n ized a n d p o l i s h ­ ed , w h ich h ia s i s te r ex h i b i t s , th e lo v e r feels assu r e d of th e w isdom of h i s choice. H e ! goes fo r w a r d to th e in e v i t a b l e goal w i t h j cou r a g e a n d ho p e . T h e p e r io d of h e s i t a t i o n ; is o v e r ; a n d riv a l s a r e b i d d e n t o bew a re. O n th e o t h e r h a n d , t h e b r o t h e r m a y u n ­ w i t t in g l y t e l l ta l e s o f th e m o s t d i s a s t r o u s k in d . O n e o f th e ch i e f te s t s of a eh a r a c - ! te r i s i t s r e g a r d fo r t r u t h ; a n d v e r a c i t y is so 1 m u c h a m a t t e r of h a b i t — ao m n c h d e p e n d ­ e n t o n t h e ed u c a t i o n — t h a t a i l t h e m e m b e r s i of a fa m i l y a r e liM l y t o h a v e n o tio n s o n t e e | ■ a b ject m o r e o r l e s s s im i l a r . O f ooarae, w e d o n o t m e a n t h a t i n t e n t i o n a l ly i n g ia lik e l y j to ac c r u e f r o m a c e r t a i n k i n d o f b n n g i n g - u p . j h o w e v e r m u c h i t m a y h e l p t o w a r d s i t ; b a t i t h a t a h a b i t o f o t t e r i n g in a c c u r a te s t a t e - 1 m e n t s — w h e t h e r t h r o u g h a t r a n s i e n t w i s h of I m a k i n g m a t t e r s lo o k p lea want t o o n e ’s com- A t S t. P e t e r s b u r g h , la t e l y , C o lonel H u n n iij8, an E s t h >nian b y b i r t h , w a s engaged in d iscu s s in g w i t h th e C z a r a w i t c h a finan cla! o p e r a t i o n co n c e r n in g t h e a r m a m e n t ot th e t rooP8* a n d th e G r a n d D u k e , co n s id e r ing t h e te r m s p r o p o s e d to o h ig h , e x c l a i m e d : “ W i t h G e r m a n s one ia alw a y s s u r e to b« c h e a t e d . ” G n th e C o lonel civ i l l y re q u e s t in g H is H ig n e s s t o w i t h d r a w so offensive ai ex p r e s s io n , t h e la t t e r fo r g o t h im s e lf so fat as to s t r i k e th e officer in th t face. T h e C o lonel im m e d i a t e l y a p ­ p l i e d t o th e E m p e r o r w h o o r d e r e d h is son t* apologize, b u t t h i s b e p o s i ti v e ly re f u s e d to do. D e s p a ir in g of o b t a i n i n g a n y s a t i s f a c ­ tio n , an d s m a r t i n g u n d e r a n in s u l t h e w a s u n a b le to re s e n t , th e u n f o r tu n a t e officei co m m i t te d s u icid e b y b lo w in g o u t his brain s . T b e E m p e r o r ia said to h a v e b e e n m o st p a i n f u l l y affected b y t h e sad ev e n t , a n d i n ­ siste d o n t h e G r a n d D u k e a t t e n d i n g th e fu ­ n e r a l . ^ M A R R I E D T I N AY KB DID .Muller, at th e ri»id II. Avkroid and Mil liu t t d o . N o cards. ST U U J K E R S H A F E R Au resid e n c e o f th e b r id e ’s H u n t , Mr J . Q. S t r ick ler b o th of i lareiice. Auir 2?. hy R e v . D. H . e o f t h e brid e ’s fa th e r , J o h n •ad o r e A. A u s t in , o f N o r t h 1 C laren c e , at t h e hy )-e t . H P. - A lm u tl. Sh a f e r , l TIICOTF. A n g . 29d, su d d e n h ajrcil 4 y e a r s and o m o n t h s , M ary Ile a t h e o t e , d a u g h t e r of Dr. •mas F . and M argaret M . H e a t h e o t e , o f R o ches- , at 12 M. from 216 Tl! ter. F u n e r a l on W e d n e sd a y , 26th F r a n k lin street. Friends of th e fam ily are invited to f a presen t. N F .W K IR K -Aug. 21, in this city , of consum p tion, Loriinr Pierce, onlv son of L o renza and th e late J. S. N e w k irk, aged 16 y e a rs and 8 m o n ths. F u n e ral Tuesday afternoon a t 2 o'clock from th e residence o f his m o ther. 88 W est H u r o n street. F riends a re L.vited to a ttend. M u a r n l a g U o o t f e . A com p l;te assortm e n t a t reasonable p r icea BUFFALO M OURNING STORE, 414 Main >t., A m e rican Blot D i s s o l u t i o n o f P a r t n e r s h i p . The firm of Adam, M eldrum f t W h iting is dissolved this das by m u tual conaent. All jmr«.;es h-.virur c’.a in s ’a g a inst th e firm are hereby notified to present th t m at once for s e ttlem e n t ; and all parties indebted to t h e firm are requested to m a k e im m e d iate jiay- m e u t. K B. ADAM, A. MLLDHUM, Buffalo A u s - I J , laW*. A B W HITING. N o t i c e . Th* suvscrifars will continue t h e b u siness o f whole- sal- a n d retail dealers in dry goods under th e firm nam e of Adam , M eldrum & Co., and hope to m e rit a continuance of th e very liberal patronage liertow td ou th e l a tr firm. K B. ADAM A. M E L D HUM. Buffalo, A u g u s t 14th, 18G9. D i s s o l u t i o n o f C o p a r t n e m h f p . The co-partnership h e r e tofore existing under the firm riaau. of H o lbrook, Dee A Co., e x p ired by limi- t tion on th e first day of J u ly , • 8GJ. All per.ops in debted to t h e late firm are requejted t o pay the same to eith e r ot th e undersigned. ED W IN A. ll^L B R O O K , H E N R Y O. DEE, W ILL IA M II. DEE. Buffal* , J u ly 24, lb69. C e p a r t n e r n h I p . The uiiderBigned have this 'lay form e d a copartner- bh p u**der tb e firm nam e of D. O. A W. H. • e t . and as t h e bcceesso s o f H o lbro k, Dec a Co., wiTl conti-* - ut- th e dry g •• d - bu-dnes • a t 276 Mam r t T h a n k ful for th e lineral patronage hereto ore extend d to the old firm , we solicit a continuance ot t h e same. H E N R Y «>. D a E , W ILLI a M H. LEE. Buffalo, J u ly 24tl’ ’369. C e n n c c i l c u t F i r e l n m r a a c i C o m p e a of H a rtford. Cx fta.1, S2fa,000. C. SM ITH. A g ent. 4 BrownN Building, B u flalo, J i. Y. H a r t f o r d F i r e I n i x r a i C h a rtered in 1810. Canfc c c C o m p a w p . 4 H row trt B n .U teca, B u te I , M. T. P h s a l x F t c a I of H a rtford. Capital, WM. © l Brow s’a Ruiloi u w t i b a m m g M n u i . Q A L I . AXD SEE THE NEW EMPIRE Base Burning Cooking Stove, re you purchase. This stove has “ I awl. iliary A ir C h am b e r ” attached, by w h ich the thoroughly heated fafnre it reaches th e fi**\ 1 ight and f r e e from d in k e r , saving 1 fu e l, and hy th is s t o v e an e Th. NEW EM P IR E i- w h ich a fire can ti w ith o u t re-kin P E R F E C T B A K E R , id baker* as well w ith : en hurtling can fa p s n i o n o r w h e t h e r t h r o u g h a c r t a i n I n t e l - W O E T H S 1 lec t o o l f a s c i n a t i o n f o r d r a m a t i c p o i n t s w h i c h E a lalc., N. T. PRA T T A L ETCH 64 tire th a t ha • r days as w ith one freshly started. ?nded ujhhi at any hour. 1 his stove in furnished when desired, ''1 t h a cast iron reservoir, porcelaiti-Iimvl, superior r • anv o ther Tvoir in th e m a rket. is in use in m a n y ‘'uffalo residences t 'I has been ndantly proved to he nil th a t in claiiuc for it. C. E. W A L B K IDf E, 271 M.i it Stree CROCKERY, CROCKERY. ■; invite atte n t io n to o u r F u ll Slock of EART1I- W ARK, Comprising. John 1/i‘ oni's \P*reelain» 1* T u t .,’ T. k E, Clissic nnd Roman. J, i *j. I>akin's China and Vdora Shifs. The above are or t h e net ir* c o u n tr y . G O L D B A N D A N D W H ITE CHINA, CIT AND HttAYEI CUMUKE, SILVER PLATED WARE, FRENCH CLOCKS, BRONZES,* P A R I A N M A R B L E . A full stock of useful and ornam e n tal good* at the very low e st p rices at W. H. GLENNY SOX &C0. W. H. U L E X N T , SON A CO., C A S FIX T U R E S O F THT-I N e w e s t an d . H e s t S t v l e n VERY LOW PRICES. • J ' H E ELEVATED OVEN RANGE. B E A U T I F U L L A R O E O V IN S . ECONOMICAL. NO DUST. NO ODORS C R STEAM. H o u sekeepers rem e m b e r thia R a n g e will R o a st, Broil a n d h a k e perfectly, and is controlled hy o n t dam p e r. Sole a g e n cy a t JOHN C. JEW E T T & SON’S, 319 M AIN 8TB E » T . BUFFALO EXPRESS. SATURDAY. AUGUST8H. 1 T POR HALE BY ALL NEW S DEALERS. Sim ilar a r ticles from th e pen of th e above weU know n w riter wi 1 a p p e a r each SATURDAY Clemens, (Mark Twain) is n o w associated In the pro­ prieto r r t ip of th e EXPRESS, t o which hl« editorial effort* ftiH .be e n tirely devoted T H E SATU R D A Y SKETCHES W ILL ALSO A P P E A R IV THK BUFFALO W E E K L Y EXPRESS. ISSUED AT NOON ON W E D N E SDAY. FAMILY SUPPLIES. ^■H E A P CASH GROCERY HOUSE. TEA S , C O F F E E * , SPICES, SUGARS, MOl A S tiES A ND SY R U P S , FOX’3 CELEBRATED STARCH, CHOICE BRANDS FAM ILY FLOUR, FRESH G R O U N D CANADA OATMEAL. A11 g oods aold a t low eet p oenible f igure f o r Cash ANDREW M. JOHNSTON, __________ H MAIN STR E E T . B U F F A L O I f L O C K FROM NKW W H ITE » KEN T U C K Y W HEAT i or aale by T IM R N T O N &. C H E S T E R , AT NATIONAL MILLS, 212 Erie 'trn.it. C k L o VKR’S c e l e b r a t e d o SKLF-KAIB1NG FLOUR. (PRO F . IIORSFOBD’S TATENT.) J tie m o e t c o n v e n ient and economical article ever trod n eed ft*- b ie c u it, p a r t y and cake. All hotel*, pri* a te tetnftie* a n d faard in g h o u ie* , Ac., -h'-uld give ’ m trial. F t sale in Buffalo by < MoLENDEB A CO., 489 Main r t GEO. GAGE, 6S2 Main r t M < /CKBRIDGE f t MOORE, 931 j .) Main »t. J . W. RUBLE A Co., S»4 a n d 396 Michigan r t T J. M URPHY,3 3 4 Franklin r t K CARM ICHAEL, cor. Carolina a u d Palm e r <U O KIJSNTaL TEA GUM FA NY, O F BOSTON. A fresh supply of T E A S AND C O F F E E , from th e above celebrated C o m p a n y , reoeived reckly 1 lie fax t ana cveapw t T t **» a n d Coffees e r r r offered in this city. A g e n t l o r Buffalo, B. J ANN K B , D ruggist, O p p osite th s P a r k , 416 H a m st. < q n « tte, s a d Portage J«6SOS paaeanger st«e J- E. T U R N Rat.. _______ 7 ‘ i '“ ’ • ■ « * * >. T n a o A v , A - c u t t f J*--* ! ■ “ “ »>■ M - i v . t t . . — . < • * • « M c t a l t o l -n d IK tenlt, _ d M m T rtrem e r * PurU g e 1Ukc>v l t h lh e atagnlft- ______________ A T L A N T I C , WM T H O R N .................... Captain or Copper Harbor, Eagle Harbor, Ontonagon. Le Poi -te, Bayfteld, Superior C ity and Du Loti. Frefgbt received fo r above porta at foot of Mala f f t r t TheffMMr P A C I F I C , j ........................................... M aster, I, capacity and acamimodati na, wil: i, SO T U B B D A Y , Augusi 31 , lo r same das are nearly new, hav* elegant cab •nr, and are furnished with special reference to the ic c nunudatoon a l passenger*, and have also ample oom for freight, and w ill constitute during th* see- •uu ot IM S , a new and Independent Lake Superior nine, leaving Buffalo regularly every Tuesday at 8 M , and t l e f f S r d every Wednesday at 8 P M. For frvight o f passage apply at the Compauy's of. Ice, No. 1 Main street, Buffalo, ___________________ 8 K T H C A L D W E L L , Agent. 1869 **BOPLE’8 Ll^K N T I i I A M K K S F O R N E W Y O R K . I t e B t e a ^ r e ^ r JOHN, w . a . C H R ’B T O P H K R ............................... Captain Monday, Weditee lay and Fridays 1 1 W E W , 8. J. RO E .....................................................................Captain Turedav, T h u radav and Saturday, At Sj o'clock P. M , On arrival of train s of New York C e n tr a l, Albauy A Susquehanna, Hani»«*iaer A H»rrtoga, a n d Button 4 Albany R » llroads, and f ak<* C h a m p lain Steam ers Baggage W agons a lw a y s in n adlnere a t D e p u t U onve* Baggage t o t h e Bout* fr.-e H u d son R iver Railroad tickets taken for Passage on tb* Boats, including S tate Room B erth. W h en n - e sted of Station A g e n ts, Baggage f a Checked tu N« tv Y»-ik bv Boa to. G BEAT N O R T H E h K P L E A S U R E r o u t e . LAKE ON»’A :tIO , RIV E R ST. LAW R E N C E AND T IU . SAGUENAY. TWO S1LAMKRS DAILY. CANADIAN NAVIGATION CO.’* ■ A T S A N D C A P S . J J E F R I G E R A T O RS A ND IC F ( BOTH 8 L A T E AND ZINC. T h e B e rt 'n 1 SHAW ft F E R R IS , 441 Main r t p L A T E D F O R K S AN'-) SPOONS AT^REDUCED PRICES. Q u a lity w a rranted Equal to any M ade. SHAW ft FK R R IS, 446 Main «t \ 'A B L E C U T L E R Y . A Floe A ssortm e n t. SHAW ft F E R R IS . 446 M ain s CLOSING OUT. CLOSING OUT. REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUE. BALANCE OF OUR SUMMER STOCK CLOSED OUT BY S E P T E M B E R . T H E STOCK CONSISTS O F H A T S , C^fJPS. AND STRAW GOODS. 8TOOKI MUST BE CLOSED OUT SIGN OF THE UPRIGHT BCAl!. HV1 Main St. B # * T 8 A N B S l t f V ■M U IR S M BOOTS AND SHOES S P E C I A L S A L B O F 8 U G H T L Y S O IL!*) S H O D (i REATLY RED ICED PB ICES. Men.'’ #4 sewed Oxforda f.»r 82 50. VenV $5 calf sewed Oxfore* fo r ft2 6? Mens’ *5 oil gost Oxfords for $3 CO. B- y-’ #4 rewed C o n g r t \ for g2 50. Ladies f l SO serge * on grew Boot* for f l . fad ire #2 50 aer^e Congress Boot* fa: f l 50. L*Aie« $4 srtge Confrere Boot* ff>r f t 50. Lailies 34 serge hide lace gaiter* f.»r f2 50. Ladies $4 serge button booth fo r |2. Theve, and many other go -ds equaBy low, are perfect in every re-peet, aad only M fabtlr soiled by hanoling. We are closing them ou* at s g reet leas. CALL AND SEE. JE W E T P 8 POPULAR SHOE 8V0RE. 4 0 4 M A I N 8 T B E E ' , A r r * B L U E T S . L a d i n g , C l e v e l a n d & F o l s o m ATTORNEYS ft COUNSELLORS, OFFICE c o u n c i l P K A l f . A H D BBF WA ffTft. B U F F A I O , M. T . A. P. L A H I H O , Q- C L E V E L A N D , ft FO L S O M C'ORBUSH a B Y A .T I , 15 n II Iiessnn te K B ft w H Forf ueh, fteftdtors o f Im e rlree and Fo r a lfn 1 tte n t e , A 1 Y 0 8 R Y 3 I F P t l D T « « # ! , Weed's Btoek, s o r t e r o f M e in and B i B U F F A L O , H. T. Jay Hyatt, W H F< rbuah Ato’y f t CouamBor at Law. Mechanic i Engine* BERGTOLD & BROTHERS S U I T S ’ N U I I I U G . ATTENTION. Partlee having necsuate w ith tbe firm of BEARE & JUDSON. w ill pi— c —a -wd m u lm - I — SUMMER GOODS. Whife end Brown Duck Suits. Blsol A faces Sacks. Fin# Linen Duster*. IJ— mi u d Gotten Drawer*. G m u w M e r in o S h i r t s . Basse Cettos Nbirte. N E W B T T L K C R A F T S C A R F S . N E W B T Y L B B S I L K C R A V A T S . H U U S U I AMD BOTTOM SOCKA BUBMLAM B ftA C B , 00LLAK8, t i A T KETSnSTETT’S, 378 M a in Bt. R O Y A L M A I L ? A N D E X P R E S S LIN E S In conne *:ori with the GRANDTRUNK RAILWAY FR O M B U F F A L O Montreal. Qucfa-c, River Kt^uenay, th r iw jh bes-.tifU and romanti atim-.ry of th<-While Mountain*. Lake George, fake Ch-.u.p- Iniii, Lake Mcmphremagog, t«. Sa­ ratoga .Springs, N.wport, Portland, Boston, Pro ­ vidence and New, York. an the River St. I.a*reii -o, pausing tho thouaans islands an the tvond> m i l Rj.i>’de of tire St. Lawrence by daylight. 1 Th** cheapest, most vartod and delight!ul trip ou Continent. PA S S E N G E R S L E A V I N G B U F F A L O A t 9 A. M. w ill connect nt fa w irtu i with the fli>t- cJan-i steamer C ity of Toronto, for Toronto, where direct connection will fa ni-de with the large ami •uunodiouh upper cabin - teamen, of the E X P R E S S LIN E . A B Y S S I N I A N .............................. Captain Knte-. A T H E N I A N ........... ..................Captain Morley. For Darlington, l’ort Hope, Cofaurg, Kingston and Presscott, connecting there with the fine River .mers r> aching Montreal at 6 o’clock tlic follow- afteruoon. assenpera leaving Buffalo at 2.50 P. M. will con­ nect at Cha' lo'to w ith the magnificent Upper Cabin Steamet-e of the R O Y A L M A I L L I N E . S P A R T A N . . . . . . . .. . .Captain Kelley. C O R I N T H I A N .............. ...... Captain Dunlop. P A 8 B P O H T ............................. t aptain Sinclair. K I N G S T O N .................. Captain Farr* I. C H A M P I O N ............................Capt. Carmichael For Oswego, Kingston. Clayton, Alexandria Bar. (the Fishing Grounds of the St fawrenoe), Brock ville, Ogdeunburg, Prsnsoott, Cornwall, reaching doutrsel tbe fotlowiog aft rnoon at 6 o'dock, W I T H O U T C H A N G E O F S T E A M E R S . Be sure aad purchae» Tickets via G R A N D T R U N K R A I L W A Y and o T E A M E R S , which are good by rail ■jr boat, arc available until November 1st, 1869, and can he obtained at R E i I -TED R A T E S at all prin< i pel Watering Plaoas and onion in the United sta ex. A. M I L L O Y , G- u. Agent I H. S H A C K E L L Gen. A g ’t R. M. L ., Montreal. O. T. R’wy, Montreal ____________ J. W H I T M O R K , agent, BuSam. 18697 ' THK UNION STEAMBOAT (X)MPANY W ill run during the ensuing sraaou. In conneetioe rtth the E R I K R A I L W A Y , and all railroads tirm l- uattng a t tbe Lake Porta below named, and with re­ liable lines on the Brie Canal, the following first-else* al[> lin e n ol Steamers: B U F F A L O A M D L A K I S U P E R I O R L I M B . vrctio ......................................... Capt. >. K. Turner 'acific..............................................Capt. Ed. Kelly B U F F A L O , M I L W A U K K B A M D C H I ­ C A G O L I M B . Jay Gould ................................. Capt. F. H. Brown. fit. Lou is ....................................... Capt. Jan. Pratt Capt Tho*. Watts. Eclipse..........................................Capt. K. L. Pope. Wabash.........................................Capt. John Kirby Capt J P. Even. ..Capt. W. H. Arthur. B U F F A L O A M O D B T H O I T L I M B . Capt. Wm. T h ym Evergreen C ity ..............................Capt. 8. .Shannon flog* .....................................C a p t G. W. Stoddard. Missouri .................................... Capt. D P. Fu s e li. luiding S tar ....................................... Capt D. McFarlane. D u n k irk...........................................Capt. H. Watte B U F F A L O , C L B V B L A M D A M D . T O ­ L E D O L I M B . Toledo.......................................Oapt. H. A Onp* W. D. I . . .Capt. John ffgeler. New Y o r k ............................... Oapt. W , H. McNally. Orontee.........................................Capt. J. O Hind*. I n i n ...................................Capt. Wm. Cumminge. Three Steamer* are Id th-- Iwst possible condition, any ef them nearly or quite new, and will fa run gularty, affording to ShqMtnr* .ir.t-quaiied factlitlre ir the movement of their F l >vith tlxpatetuggB Dock fo r Chiuago and loake ., j , o r io r Liriw , foot ot [ain st ; for fa k e Erie Linex, foot o f Ll<>yd nt. Freight and Passenger office, No. 1 Main st. A G E N T S A N D CONSIGNEES: JO H N H . M O R E ........... 2*1 Broadway, New York. J. 8. D U N L A P .............. 124 Washington «t., Borton. S E T H C A L D W E L L ....................1 Main r t , Buffalo .................. Cleveland. C a i u t e o . . D. 0 U 8 U I N G , G A R U n o N ft CO., A. W. O O L T O N , A. W. O O L T O N A OO. A . C H M E K ' OII, J. ■- FATTBN, C. IL ao m .L L . .. L A T H B O P ft OO. w --------- * \ .DW E L N< f Toledo. D e troit. ..Milwaukee V B A I L A J U ) , ). H. W I L L I A M S , f * ft ti. C A L D S S .!n , R i s i r t u p R A C D A N D IM P O S I T I O N ' i find in Buffalo j novtnirn j>ur|«jrting t<i f a GOOD A L E 'S A M E R ! A N C A T A R P H R E M E D Y , f-r. Tor -*aJo in many sboji.. Thin noxtnnii i» hi.*, a S P T R I O C S IM I T A T I O N nf m y geuuiiM) rem e d y — inefBcieut, worthless : J U L I 1 8 K. FR A N C I S . Dnim rirt, No. 34% Main rtre e t, l« n.y only agent in Buffalo. Of him t..e y be had wt»ole-aJe -*r retail* tjf i n n * W ii tbs genuine be had. If dmmt extits ae te whetiier ^ of Fran d » s pamphlet (free) form yo* ac-uretely. mi have ' arrfi get ito P e r u 's ! will ii. K. GOOD t L L , M. D. .-here o f the Healing Art, or un'leretand the true, medical 44 T J * * C o r DISEA8B: T o Prr»fc«rt>rs and tii Phyetciaiu g e n e ral' meaning <4 the w-. D I S E A S E ? I oonfes* to m y own ignorance <4 it during many years of practice, becai-t- medical fx»>ks and proeep- tore never gave ito true Icffnitlon. No one can glean from what are called med 1 ret “ STANDARD W O R K S” any accurate meening of the term. I have attempted to give lie true, logical n v a u t r in a brief wmh bearing the above caption, iterigned lbe F A C U L T Y . and of not a little common seniw fntelligenrr- o, the T t e w o f i mar~l>e had at the bookrt.re of Breed ft Lent. Price few cento. R. L O D A L E , M. D- T H E V E R M O N T SPRING WATER. x i T c u n g u a t m n u o T f o b CANCER, SCROFULA. K I D X X T D IB K A S X S . Aad All lsl•ud•i•, * ,h# Blood' SAXE 4 00., rirerl»«w», y t . tre C. W HAHTHT. *# thii rity. m y : **Wb to - - I r e - at h t i eg p i r a f « m > er v.rv • v.re * * j M i f i i h . «ti*-re. wnall ta eer.. and Z Z Z J T a t the isee and akin, catarrh, and gen ral * 2 ? . • HThb-daq

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