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The Buffalo express. (Buffalo, N.Y.) 1866-1878, November 01, 1869, Image 1

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T U EXPRESS PRINTING CO. M u t s w A i a m r . ■ M t a f . d a r n v ) ....................................................... « • M S \ * \ * - \ .......................................... • * V « M , , \ 1 io T H K E V E N M O C tP K E S H , (tw o odltlo H ) M i m t 4 P . M ., delivered to d t y subscriber* a t B Q T E E .f BUSINESS D IRECTORY. N A M E , B U S I S B S S A N D IO C A T I OW O P T H E L E A D J S G H O U S E S O P M U P P A L O . [Tho** of o u r reader* who n u k a p u r c h mob in B u f­ falo, oy cu ttin g thie. o u t a o d using it aa a r e f e re no* anil save tim e and tro u b .a. T h e selection has beoo carefully rn a .e and is s tr ictly F I ..8T CLANS. | A X E S . P L A N E S , E D G E T ’L 8 , SK A T E S . L- * L J . V U l l 'f i , m fcacnaoge. A O 'L I M P L E M E N T S , CA S T 1 N C S , AC. U uW A ltD 1R l »> WO a h B, C h u a g o near Canal. _ „ b a n k e r s H. w . B U R T 4 C o ., M ain oor. Seneca. v u v J * ? 0 * 8 A N D S T A T I O N E R Y . M A K N V r i v 'i n a M a m , c o r j.o h a w l TA Y L O R , 385 Main. £ £ /* ? 240 * • * \ and • W . Seneca. H . 14. OTU», t t o M aiu. * l a n k b o o k s , s t a t i o n K B Y , A C . , . « u f ! ^ „ U ) 0 l t w ‘, 0 u * J o h n s o n , bug Main. C H iU ttl % tL JE N K a , and a« M » i n . B O O T ? * A S H O E S . A. L. •C B B Y V n K . <85 Main. J A M U kL JE W f c lT , 406 Main. b l a n k b o o k m a n u f a c t u r e r . J . L. OI11CHB8TKK, 104 a n d 108 W a shington. C O N F E C T I O N E R S , (W h o l e s a l e & R e t a i l . ) w . JC BULLOCK A CO., 10 S. IP vision. CON F E C T I ON E RS, ( W h o lesale.) H E N R Y H K A flM S . (ri p,A. H . A . 1IEN K L U , 150 M l}u, «-p ^ w lteT if f t Horn*-. CH IN A * CiL V i s A C R O C K E R Y . M A T lT laW tl'iiL l L . , - U . au.. O E o . Jfc N’EWMA ',4 4 1 M aui . C A R R IA G E S . H A JtV L Y 4 IVALLACn, Lock near C o u rter f icu s \ C R A C K E R S , & (J. . OVENS 4 SON, 1 l 6 a n d 107 L i i i o t L C O A L , ( W h o l e s a l e a n d R e t a i l . ) C. H. DCDLfcY 4 C o ., e c r Lrt • * nu 1 e r r acc. G L o R w -. d a u I N , A g :., l o o t Oencsee. C O A L A N D P I G IK O N . O. R. W L -ON 4 L.O., «0 O hi ■ c -r Mi hlaatppL E. u. H L O rjIU O M , 1 to . n m c r u a l W u * ri, l o o t oi M ain st-ect. D R Y G O O D S . DODD, BEST 4 CO ., 3^2 Main. D R A P E R S A TA ILO R S . M. H. TRY O N , 204 Main. D Y E R A N D R E N O V A T O R . LUCAS C H E S T E R , 4oJ Main. E N V E L O P E M A N U F A C T U R E R S . H , W. F R v i S j t K , 22 W. Swau. £ N G R A \ ORO. D. W IGHTmA ISON WOOD. 10 M«in. FANC\ T O L O E K .H 1 E LIN* f u r : ISAAC D W H ITE, 257 OODS, AC. O ., 4 .0 Main. . U R E , AC. Main u f f l a l o VOL XXIV. M O N D A Y . N O V E M B E R I . 1 8 K 9 . PK B S O M AL. r o n H A L E - H O I H E S . F , - ^ i ES; w >N ' r a t ’ s i r s o - S T A N D D e l a w a r e s t r e s i d e n c e - t h e I . O S T A N N F O I S O . L o s t —a l a d y ' s bankerchief , on H u roo o r Main rt. V a LENCTENNF. s e th e eve- The finder wi!> t-leave k i l t B o y l o . s i —i n f o r m a t i o n w a n t - ed of W. E Au«tin, a boy 18 ye*r* old; h e ig h t 5 fe t t 10 inches, li«ht h a r aod com p lexion, w ears g ray clothing, o t ordinary add otu>, and of le*\ thun av. r- age m teliigen'-e. when la-t heard from he w .e in V* r- -m lias, O h i\ , o u t of w o rk *nd lu r .d i, a r d on Lis way t V e rm o n t W h o e v e r r a n give m e inform a l: -u o h:s whereatio .ta and will de ain t h e boy un il I can w n d f >r Mtn by E i p r . a*, will be 1 b e rallv >ewi ded for Ms trouble. A d d ieai JO H N F. R u B N ^O N , St. Ai on-, V erm o nt. k l - l t I P H E PER -O .V m i l ) L < \ T A PO C K E T JL l$-<ok or. C lut< n S t., yesterday m - m u n r o r the e \e h in g previous, m a y r c o v .r th e same hy inquir­ ing s t our h e p o - ter » room , describing content*, and p ying f o r tliis advertisennm t I (1ST—OUT. 2.'>lh, A SM A L L C P R L -i I - i w h ite d g, answ e r- fo i h e n me of \T iiu rs i a y .‘* A rew a d will be pai I for his dolivery a t 157 Fark ■‘reet. j20-2t , - r __ _ property __ ___ C laries L. Pierce, on t h e w e st side of D e law are st M . L u c a and B u tler sts. T h is ia a ve r dedrabie h ,u » ., having a la ge io t w ith p e n ty of f r a i l , s t.b ie, ^yrria.e-buuee, e tc. T n e d w e lling i , in go<)d o rd e r th r o u g h o u t, and suppli d w ith m o d e m lmprove- mei.b* . tn e r im p roved city proper y wou d lie G Jten in e x .h a n e for a porv..>n of t h e price, J ~ ‘ _________LYON 4 BA K E R , E r ie Land * office. j V i W . V - T O W N P R O P E R T Y F O R U ' ** *—1 k e desirable p ro p e rty c n t h s corner of 1 -» fayette an i W a h in g to n »ts, r e e u tiy placed io tfcoro gh r e p a ir, will ■ e sold on very f a v o r a b .s («rms w ith unm e d iat p ssem iou. A lso, „ , Tl. 2 s i ry Fn-n. b -ttic and ba*- m e n t b r i- 4 dwed- ! 1 >■ ’he ffut'*r- m g , 151 S. Division st., j u s t be*m p u t in good repair s i t h new F iench r.Kif; h«s g»s. w a ter, brick L K U M B T 1 C B K c i t y A s s n s o r s o r n o m . > B r FFALO, Nov. 1, 1S6G. f 'T H E UNDERSIGNED ASSESSORS A of th e city of B u f c lo w o u ld herebv give no- ti*e t h a t , h i p u r raan c e o f t h e d i r e c t i o n of th e Com­ m o n C o uncil of - a i d d t y , we have m a d s t h e iodow inr * rolls f o r th e a m o u n ts and purposes here­ in a fter m enti- >ned, upou t h e p r o p e r ty il fitted by t h e im p rovem e n ts heretnafW r s pecified, and th a t tb e said aaw ssroeut r o d s will r w a l n io t h e offlc of t h e B o a rd of A ssesson lo r th e te r m . f twelve days from date, s u b ject t o exam ination and review by a n y person u r persona interested th e r e in , vix : vision s i r e t, ea*t si<l cross North Di- of H ashington - - - - a t e r , b e tb ; bric k ! „ r ™ . 0 0 115 T9^ x '< b o u a e h a * 11 room *, be-idcs i r ° T te e i n g th e g u tters a . d resettin g e n r >- cloM ts. Will br so d low a n d on easy term s and im- ! ir t oa th e w e sterly fide of M ichigan m d i . t e p i t / LYON 4 BAKEK, > r le l e n d Office. i u u s n i m a . v u L w u t i . U . A g e n t l e m a n \ a n d h i s .-w ife w idi bi obtain heard iu i . p r u ’4 f nu y wii r» there are ii • o tncr noarders, w iih r>oin ari • • (iroom , s»st« I* rm s «ui«i lovatlon. A d d r w L. S., th \ * « ffice fo u r 'la y h j i - 4 t (I I w EA C I.E ST., N E A R D l LA- • / I w are Fum » shed f r o n t room s nd board j27-Gt i i * ) s i — K lA R l-IN i. RY t day o r weo ■ •lay b ar 84 00 j»er wees. ) O O - PKARL ST., BET EAGLE AND & & * J C o u r t s t - A few boa d rs can he pi asantly w c nim o d a t d w ith o r w ithout roon s , fu Bished or i.ot, in a p r lv a 's f itn i y. K.-2t L h R la T L » CO., 2V4 Main. FLO U R , F E E D AN D G R A IN . W . H. C *t»n, T s r r a c cor Eva os. F R U I T A N D O Y S T E R S . PLA T T F R U IT CO., 257 W ashington. F I N E B R A 8 8 CA S T IN G S . BU F F A L O BRA S d FOUNDRY, 76 Kaetiange G R O C E R S , (W h o leaalo.» A. M. JO H N 8 T O N , 7 1 Main. G R O C E R S (W holeenle mad Retail > B . D. HOLM AN, 17W Main. U A o . W. e c G T l , E7 E. beneca. G E N T S ’ F U R N I S H IN G GOODS. ADDIH- N H. STA F F O R D 3 j 7 Main. B. 4 LA W REN C E A O.x, 315 Main. MOTT 4 H E N E D L T , *u7 Main. G U N S A N D JE W E L R Y . J . O. BQIKnON 4 CO., 16 6 Main. H O T E L S . BO N N E T 'S H O T E L , e o r W a shington and C arroll. H A R N E S S , SA D D L E S , AC. J . S. LYTLK 4 SON, 20 E x c h a n g e , opposite M ansion. B A N 'L K. liU M l KEY, Successor to Jno. H u m ­ p h r e y 4 B r o ., 804 Main. H A R D W A R E , IR O N , AC. C. E. W A L B R i. G E , 271 Main and » Swan. H o K T <N8 4 K I P , c o r P. a ri and Seneca. b lD N a Y SH r.PA K D 4 C •, 6s Main. F u W L E tt 4 bONS, 08 Scn<ca. D E W .T T C . W E E D 4 C O .,234 M ain, c o r W. Swan. H A R D W A R E AN D M E T A L S . PRA T T m OO., 46, 4 4 aU«l 150 Terrace. ** H O T a i r FU R N A C E S . A. D. G ILB E R T , 86 Main. H A T S , C A P S A N D FU R S . f l * F. GE ROER, 508 Main. BER*-TOLD 4 i-K ., 2.H Main. WM. W 1PPEK T . 221 Mam. IRO N FO U N D R Y . BAGLE IR o N W O R K S, P r r , w,r Mississippi. tiU N T o N i R O N W ORKS, C h u rch, c o r Jackaon. IR O N FO U N D E R S , EN G IN E S , B O IL E R S O E O . W. T IF F T , SONS 4 CO., W a s h ington, n r Ohio. IRO N N A IL S , K. R. S i’IK S , AC. PR A T T 4 C o ., 46, 43 aud 5uT e rrace. L I G H T C A R R IA G E A N D SL E IG H . D. C. GODW IN, 332 a n d 3So W ashington. LO O K IN G G L A S S , P I C T U R E FR A M E S . HOW ARD 4 BUNTING, 15 *C. Swau. M A L L E A B L E IR O N . PR A T T 4 L E T C H W u ltT H , 62 a n d 64 Terrace. M A R B L E M A N T L E S A N D G R A T E S . C. B. CO OPER, 511 Delaware. L. SW ARTZ 4 C . 363 Main. M A R B L E A N D G R A M PE W O R K S . JO H N CRAW FORD, 167 a n d 163 Niagara. M lL L lN ^ R lK (W h o lesale a n d R e tail.) H E NRY O 'B R IEN , 23\ itatu.. W. U. W ^ O i i r t A l i . i , 4-Ki Main. M O U R N IN G GOLDS. DODD, BS&l -» CO, i l l Mam. M A N U F A C T U R IN G JE W E L E R S , AC. U. F. J H L N G U N O . 327 W a a h ingtou. M U S IC D E v L E K S A N D P U B L IS H E R S . JE W E T T 4 ML3CHKA, 203 Main. O R G A N S ( P o rtable Pipe.) D B B R IC E , FELO&MAKKU 4 CO., W, 41 aud 43 ciU iiau o r g a n s , M E L O D E O N S , AC. OEO. A PR IN C E 4 CO., N iagara, S e v e n th and Ma­ ryland. O IL S , P A IN T S , AC. B. PEA S E , 65 and 67 Maim P L \ N I N ( T M IL L S , DOORS, S A S Il, 4 0 . W. A. EVANS 4 CO., Mechanic* PLA V T IC SL A T E R O O F IN G . B. F. IN N E S , 244 M«lu. PIA N O S , M U S IC , AC. O O T T IER 4 DENTON, 2*i Main. P IA N O M A N U F A C T U R E R S . C. KURTZM AN. 106, 108 a n d 110 B u a .i a . D E V IN E ilttO -a., 401 N iagaia, c o r M a ryland. P A P E R H A N G IN G S , AU. M. H. BIRO E , 218 Main. MONr* !.M E R Y ■ R .»S., 295 Main. M B R R B T T N lC H o L S , 679 Main. P H O T O G R A P H E R S . W . M. K N IG H T . 256 Main. a . a HAMULKTOX. 3*J6 a n d 460 Main. U. L. H am . S E W IN G M A C H IN E S . OmOYKR 4 BAKER 3. M. CO., 411 Main. W H E E L E R 4 W ILSON S. M. CO., 276 M ain, m r • v i a . W ILOOX 4 GIBBS 8 M. CO., 14 S. DivUlon. H O W -. (4 M. CO , IS W. Swan. FL O R E N C E S . M. C o ., 401 Main. SA D D L E R Y H A R D W A R E , AU. PR A T T 4 L E T C d W O R r il, 52 a n d 64 Terrace. S I L K H A T M A N U F A C T U R E R S . <L M A C KENZIE, 187 Main. A STO V E H O L L O W W A R E . V R D A CO ., eor. Brace st. and E rie Cana S T A IN E D GLASS. BU F F A L O ST x IN E D G L A 8 J W ORKS, 38 Pearl. •R O . L. B U R N S . 206 Main. STE A M COFKEF. t S P I ' E M IL L S . C H A S E 4 CO ., 331 M ain opposite Cl urchea. SC HO O L F U R N I T U R E . W . C H A S E 4 SON, 212 S e v tn th . SC A L E S A N D SA F E S . B U F F A L O SCALE W O R K S. 63 Main. SC A L E S , SA F E S A N D BELLS. L . D A N F O R T H , M Main. STO V E S A N D H A R D W A R E . SH A W , F E R R I S 4 CO , 446 Main. 8 JO V E S , FU R N A C E S A N D R A N G E S . I .B W A R T Z 4 CO., 863 M a n . TO B A C C O N ISTS. A. M. ADAMS 4 C *.,250 W a s h ington4 104 5 0 PearL OIB40.*4 P. HOW ARD * C u . , f w W a shuw ton. W A T C H E S , JE W E L R Y A D IA M O N D S . PITKIN** J b W E L R Y STORE. 292 Main. T. 4 K . **lCKINSO>, 254 Main. DA N . B. CASTLE, 161 Ma u. ST E V E N 3 BROS-, 439 M u n . W A T C H M A K E R S A JE W E L E R S . JU L IU S W ALKER. 2 7 Main. H A A T L D . W A N T E D — A SM A LL COMBINA- I ,IOR SA L E — BY M. MoCOMB, 10 S. Division st. Flouring m ill for sale in th c vil'age of Will*nek, nearly ■ ew h«a aii the m ridern iinj>rov«n».nta this m one o: th e finest milla in th is S late, haa 24 fret of w»ter. F o u n d ry f o r sale in *he v H are of A u rora, in full OfceraUon. d o ing a fi e buftnew ; th is is a good chance oy any one who wishes to engage in thi* kind of ' l.t.in< Si. e t »re a n d dw e lling for sale in th e village of Wil- !'U<; th s 8 .1 e of t'-ie finest buildings in th e place a*:d d- i' g& large country trad e ; wi I sell tu e stock if otsired. A first-das a res-d e r ce fo r sile in th a village o* A>ir..ra; g od b a r n , a b - u t 1 a c re of g round, f r u 't of ai{ kinds shade tiees, 4 o .; about five m iuutes’ wal- fre -1* t e depot. Village residence f o r sal» in A u rora, w ith 4) acre* o f f l n e g - r d e n la d has every kind <t fru it, go*xl barn, living w .te r , 4 c .; a b o u t five m inute*' w a la .roin th- depot. F o r sale in th e village o ' A u ro-a, 2-atory fram - house, w ith wu g, fi i hea ofl -n fine style. h*« one f land; tw o m inutes’ w«lk from tb e dep>oh , W A N T E D - S E C O N D - H A N D S W E I . L- 1k-« citt-*r; m u at b in aood ordef. ED­ W ARDS 4 B l’ KLA.VD, 0 E S - n e c i s t J 'j r.l^ - S E N A C A ST I O m u lbua D river w ith good referem M A LES. W A N T E D —AN W A N T E D v v boot m a k e rs to m a k e a t 84 W 8ene>-a at IM M E D IA T E L Y — TW O 'ed boots. Inquire _________ J-'*.4t l E a i i n A . s t u d e n t w a n t e d t o De tistrv Any yo ing m m c .m ing ‘iiih tl properqualifi ation* .n d r e q u isite can learn oi a > b Inquiring a t thia office. ____ H E L P F K 9 A L E A . T . H t W o T I T 'A N T E D — 1(10 H IG H S T . - Y V m a n to wash r n d iron ; alao one to d acre h .use new. F - r sale in th e • ii ag* of W illink, 2-sto y house *1 h wing, cellar, w a u r , U r n , o e acre o f l^ud fr it. 4 For sale, -eve-al fine f irm s n e a r t h e vi laga of A - r ra. from 10 acra> up to 120 acre*, all under fine c u lt'v .t'*>n. All o f th e abov property will be sold c h e a p and on I * \■term*. '■r »i;l a i e p a r t c ity prop rty in e x c h ange, j F o r r e p a ir ing V a -m o n a tr «t b e tw tai en th and Twe i t h s t r a n t a ............... atreet, betw e e n Eagle a r e e t a n d a i-oint m idw a y tetw e e n N o rth Division and Eagle s tr e e t* ....................................................... F o r ral-in g t h e g u tt r and r e a e tti g curbing m th« w e s ter y -ide <*f M ichigan . t r e e t , betw e e n - or h Divi ion stre e t en d a lo i n m i \way b tw e e n N o rth Divudon and Eagie s 'r e e t a .............................................. F o r repairing S c o tt rtre e t, betw e e n H a m ­ bu rg utreet a n d tb e S tate L ine **a lrowd F o r r e p a ir in g th e approach-a to tb e b r d g e over th e C lark an d b k ian e r C anal on Ohio tre e t .......................................................... F o r r e p a ir ing J e fferson s tr e e t, b e tw e en South D ivision and Swaa s treet* .......................... F o r raisinar t h e g u t t e r on t h e southerly aide ot Prim e stre -t, b e t » e e n D a y ton atreet and (c x ter.dedy a- d th e r ceiver a t the angle n e a r Mam - t r e e t ................................. F o r repairing th e *ou v e rly ide • f T e rrace ■treet, betw e n th e n o r thw e s ter y J m e ot H e n ry stre e t and • no n t a b o u t 75 f « e t . orti.w e a t r y th e c f io m .................... F <r raisin a th - g u t t e r and ret-etiing tiie c u r ing a b o u t 150 *eet ea* erl» on th e ao t aide ot Chi p wa a tr e e t, a t th a sou th e a s t corner of Chippew a a u d M.-r- g»u a ire ta ........................................................... F o r repairi* g Hoot- stre t , b< tw e e n S tate L ine . al!r. a d and U* acock s t r e e t ........... For raising th e g >tt r acroaa N o rth f>i> i ion a-reet on th e west tid ; of W a hington s t r e e t ..................................................................... LEG A L S t T l i E S . i t s oe F o r coc*^—-ct n g eev.er and receiver a t tb e n o r th * e t corner o f Exchange and Wella rt-™ * * ...................................................................... # 1 7 7 00 F o r repairing se v e r and receiver at th e n o r th * e .t c* r n J r of Swan a n . Michigan streete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F o r c e n a tr e tin g ae * e r a n J receiver a t th e n o rthw e s t c o in e r of arroll and Bell* at r e e l s . . . . . ......................................................... F o r r r p a i Ing t h e sew er a n d receiver a t th e » uti.east c o r n e r of F ran k lin and C o u r t ■tf'TV*...................................s t ........................... F o r » p a i r i n g newer a r d rec ite r a t th e s- u th -ast corn* of Genesee and J a c k ­ son *\ F o r r e p ir ng sew e r an d receiver on th e w e st .-ide of P e a rl a t-eet about 150 feet n o r t h e r y of Eagle s t r e e t ............................. For r e p a iring sew e r tn d receiver a t th e n o r t h a e r t co r n e r of E .g ie an d Eim s t e e ts ................................................................... T o r c o n s tr u c ting s e w e r sn d receiver a t t h s northw e st corner of H igh and M u iberry I j’ IR S T CLASS R E S ID E N C E S FOR f SA E—T h t - o new d — rable brick resi le> ccs s tq a te on »he nor h e a - t c o rner o* Wain ai d Do I. e sTeccts w ith French roof, finish' d w i.h black <*alnut, _h*ft ut * d ash, a: d are m* d e m tb r o u - h o u i; lots 70 f e t fr.-i t !> 30o o r 6*.0 feet d ie n e ch. w ith tin gand- n s il Wil r-« fold n reasonable term s Apply to Ii* i3 lI X G 8 4 . u i T O , 3 Bro n’s Build- ■ _____________________________________J 3 r CLA S S R E S ID E N C E FOR X ia sra s i r e e t and ai* • o n e on L e a ar- » r e c '. » o u d tak e a m d e m sized h >u-e a n d lo t on h - ea t sid** oi th e city in p a r t p a l m e d . F o r pa - ticu a n apply to HUM E 4 SA. F O n D , 10 W. SJw*n a i-eet. -NO 4f» ELEVENTH 3T . and plc Lsant fam e dw e lling; fe\ :;<sd With i uzza, Wi m a rb e m a n tl s, a -, hu'. and co.d w . t . r buttis c. Lot 28jx9i>. Price #3bu . ___________ LY 0 N 4 BAKER E r ie L u idj_ffi,e. EN'ECA S T R E E T STO R E FO R SA L E - k,.) One of th e fram e s tu r s o n Seneca street, opjK»- \ F I R S I aTa. eaie on > L H )R SA L E X ' a new . n at w<,rk. Appi.v a t Ua. m L M Buildir. W ASTKD-ANXPCBIENCEDGIKL110 K 1 to d > scner^l housework for a small • *' Apply to 422 Hixth St. jlu - l t U FR A N K L I N S T .—w a n t e d im - m diatc v, a good dreaamak* r i' 2 '' -.'i *> 7 ELEVENTH ST.—A GO b «. 11 I, ■ I I Ui d o general housew o rk; m u .stb c w ill reoom- I 143 'O R SA L E — N E W FR A M E H O U S E md lot, 20x108 feet, houM contains five r o ' ms, | l e j d i s i a l l a U p a n trv » rlc.-, # 110 0 , $200 down, j ba ju<oc in six j e ars, by WM. 8. SX K L b , 3 8 Jei-uy | s:. nex t bl ok east of N orm al S chool. OR S A L E —T H E FO L L O W IN G DE- sirable rt a ilenc< s: » o. 2 ' Delaware s t . , 2 -ttory wing and b a rn; gas, rw e r a n d fwrnace. L o t9 4 ) x ll 5 . S o . 625 M ain a t., 8-story, w ith 2-s‘ory rear; gas, tie r ar.d furnace. L o t 20x115, w ith au extension ■> Was in e to i t to saa s t in doi g general housew o rk. J26-21 ( No. 489 \Va«hin:rton s t.,3 - s to r y and a ttic, w ith a lot 18x36; gas, water and furnace. Lot 25x100. Xo 40 East M ohawk s t , 3-story and a ttic; gas and water. A fine house a n d large ground at B a taiia, Genesee j c o u n ty. I No. 568 Main st., 3-story, w ith w ing; gaa, w ater anq furnHce. Lot 42x115 ! No. 74 Edward st., 2-sto y a n d wing. Lot 73x49. | N'>- 33 Delaware Place, gas, w a ter aud furnace. I Lot 40x200. A p p ly to J O H N OTTO, Paxrl at. Elev- C O P A L M E R S T - G I R L W A N T E D N . D IV IS IO N S T .— W A N T E D , - _ experienced girl to do ceneral hou in a sm a 1 lam i v; O e iruan piefe red, good r e t’ m iu i iw l. k l-2t D E L A W * R E — W A N ! ED LM ■J I U MEDIATKI.Y, i chain hi m iahl w ith good noed apply. S I T U A T I O N S F E M A L E S . ^ W ID O W LADV D E S IR E S A 8 ITU - ‘ 1 iy M r-. . I’. F.x id e \ \ [ \N I ED V r v Scut li girl to to Mrs PH IL I J P a , 1* nieiliHte J304t SIT U A T IO N BY A j hous rwi rk o r m u r e Appiv » S ixth at, B - f f .! •. j 2 S-!t T O L E T — H O I C K S . I f R I f ’K D W E L L IN G XO. 345 M IC H I- I GAN b t . to let wi’h im m e n iato pusses, iu if D u e lling ‘ ou-e i>o 8 Bi»p>n B o c k , h lag u r a Si. K .it raodera-e D welling 112 D e la-are bt , n *r Mohawk. A p p ly to C. G A R R E T f, l.eal ' s a t Agent, 242 l L .iu i t . j30-6t T I T A N T E D —A SIT U A T IO N BV A * v jroUnJj iadv in a b legraph office of* clerk in a \ \ T a n F k i ) KY v \ w ho owns a Whet a Md n a il general s ci n-drierHlion. A .d; a t 037 Mi.in s t. 4 FER S l l refinetncent ' I t o Jk C* >b ro. _ - _____________ j28-1 A Y O U N G L A D Y ir Wi son s-wifig in .chi ie, in a private f«u: ly a s d r - s s m a k e r--nd n.f rtab le hom e tb e i rincipr. f r th is week, M l-S FI.Y .sV , J*a - ISON O F E I j UCATIO N A N D •m wlshoa a s i t u a t i n to t a k e care of »n inva.ld or com p anion to an e lderly lady. Plea «■ a d ­ d ress M., tm * office. j:>s 1 L E T —N 6 ce lar a u d w a te r; ivision st. w a l n u t s t . in fine order. M. ; GAS McCoM B , J29 r u > LET I on Eik st; pus: I iv iou s t A 2 STO R Y B R IC K HOUS on h u v . 1. jb . McCOMB - • ’ A l * i i L t o . T I T A N T E D —A SITU A T IO N BY A Y Y y u n g m a n s bonkkue e r Iti a store, 1 ank or fre i* h i office. A d d ress G V N ., t-.i-office l t A N T E D —BY A YOUN G M AN OF expert rice a* a short-liaqd w r ter a situation as “ a m a n u e n i s , \ o r g - n e .a l d e r k . Addre s, a a ting salary etc., D raw -r 26 , Buffalo. Postoffice. j ’C t w H I S I M i S h ( H A S i 'P N T I T ANTED—ANY PERSON HAVING T v fr .m #50 t<i #75 to invent in a business th t will double o r treble i t aeh m o o t \ :o r ' li>- n e x t th r e e mouth*. Pica e a d d e=s X. Y. Z., t h i * «ffice. J2'J-lt_____________ _______________ f t r t l . N t . L E ~ F A < f p ly in g bu-lnes, Apply __________ A F A K 1 N L K UN • o r y w - n te d D<*;n to ED W a R ' S 4 BU C KLAM KV R E t: HAN UK FOR IN VEftTM KN t A desirable m a n u f ctu r in g buaiueas, t orbui;h- 1 > e tabiish. d. Gie^l* are siaple and c uini'-mi a ready sale, with m a c h inery f u r cund ttin.- a pron ta­ ble nusi c*a, t ge her w ith slock on h:u>d, a n u fa* r- ableU a * of thc prem isea, e . i r My located in th i city. W.U *‘P s • d i h e a p , o r to r t l n of real c.-t.ne tak e n i . e chsnze, it de ira le. *pplpr HAST. NOS 4 OTTO, No 3 L ’ O R R l--.N T — H O U S E t 5 E L E V E N T H J ? t., this house h a . parlo s 4 b e d -o- ra«, a < ni< n t ceipar, large 'vood-slie , p a n t rie , c losets, *-tc.; -.as iu t ' t h use. To eood tenant a low r n t wil! be given if tak e n burned atel> . Apply at 115 S-xth s t. j2b-ti A N D W I i i H u l l ' H OU ftES W IT H fu r n h u e to r e n t tt bt-ci.es d^'-llin g on F ranklin St., betw e en Allen a d > “rih sts. lum iahed. 179 b aw n st , 2 story bri k , w ith or w ithout fu r n i­ ture. #Jt P e a 'l s t . , a s a t of ro ms w ith or w ithout f u r u - tui-e. • 3 M a riner s t . . 2 s to ry brick. 155 Pearl *t., 3-Story hrick. *;orn :i Ca oiina and Johnston 1 lace, 2 story b rick, fu iu is .■ d. 124 Seneca r t . , 3 -st ry hrick. <o9 N o rth Division, 2-storv fram e , a t #16 per mo. fo7 bw an .-t.. c .'tta g e .S tl p'.r ino i 25 N o rth Division co:tag , * o #\> p e r m o . i 0 V irginia s t., 3-story f r ■- e, ? i > j-er mo. P o r f u r th e r in lo n u a ii >i» appl to H U ilE 4 PAN F O R D , j^3 16 W est - wan bt. “ R E N T - F I R S T GLASS 2 - s T O h Y brick i ou*. , No 1 l 9 i ark St.; gas, cel er, b a th, 4c '.--tory fram e c ttag e , >'o. 368 M -ryland a t.; f* ro, m i. ' HAST IN 4 > TIX>, No. 8 Brown’* Build IIU R M S H L D tlOC-iL— A FlU VI ■ X claa* new i o u se, elegantly located a d band- Mo aely furnish d, will te r*nt* d ’in ti. May 1st, ls7' , to a go- d te an t as tt e occupant prop ses hesmt a'^ e ^ t from Buffal > d u ring t'.« coming w in 'e r ; |H>s-e - aii-p wil be given a-, soon as deeired. For fu r tlier p y to Jo H N • TT \ 81 P e a rl s t _ Syca- T i p i ' . R r iiv F O R B A t f t i . )!.’ S A I.E -CO T T A G E 90S NORTH iviaion nt in g od order m ide and o u t, g .a and w a ter. Lot 39 feet f r o n ', 116J feet de p. In quire on th e prenii es. jp O R S A L E - A FIR S T -C L A S S I* IA NO; j Bl exchai.g«FTor a go. d hor. BU K l.AND 1 Seno a r t EDW ARDS & j F U R N I S H E D H O U S E 'I'D KENT. My house, No. 617 Main st. Buff-lo, w ith n garden in a high r a t e of cu!ti>ation attach e d , i re n t- d to a small fam ily to r hree or six m o n th- ;>r u n t i -he first of ofay Lext. Posse si o n given o r th e 1st of J u ’. \isn o pictures, 4 c . , Included Has. w a ter, fu . . joashed and l^ r n . F o r infor m o tion, appl * o n tn e prem ises on any lay before 1* A M. d u rin g th c p r tse n t m o n th UEOKUK W‘ U C H T O n .R o 017 Main Ft. F O R S A * E ON SA T U R D A Y OF T h I s w, e k ,t h e ha'-ne*' a u d blankets cxhib t d by A. | V. b in ith , of tt cheater, N. V. at th In tern a u v a l Exhibition m thi* ity, w h i he offered to r aale. J* •« ___ * 00(11) E N G IN E A N D B O lL E K FO R -ale cheap at th e I ni n PI . n m g M l BOLL- R 4 K tC H T -N W A L T , J28-tf ______________ Cor. C icago st. __ ?O R S A I.E —118 F E E T ON B U F F A L O . . Uiv. r . in d e p th h* t h - S h ip Ca al, w ith a addi ’ tonal frontag of 300 .eel ■ n a wide si p. ail dock, d Apply to ________________ JO H N • TTU. Hi P tarl -t. U O R S F S A M I r A K R I A G L S . - ACRE LO l \ N E A R IH K FA h K t* for aale, w ith fine im p rovem e n t*; s itu a ted on Delevan ave ue »• d r e a r • a n at. The buildn ga are jo and v. ry ru 1 a an! al and a ver* fine * a r iety ol u it Gravel w alks well fenced a .1 exc lleni » i ■o Id e x c an e for d wn to * n n-o p e r tv , or nc I on i* term * . F o r f a r t h e r pa rth u la s a p p ly to 11 I M E S 'N F O R D . 16 W Swan at. IK .SAl.K—A LA KOR t I O l i Y H (71! >K portable engin- aud boiler, t r com plete r u n n ing d o r , w ith pipe, be t. «c. F r particu krs app v t<> B. A. PK OVuST, W h ite's B rnk, ur DEMSTLK 4 D ILLER. N u 36 > ahingu.n s'. 3 FF I C E TO R E N T —A PLE A S A N T ( ffleo o. 5 8;«ulding'« xcliang . fo i- p*r tlcu ltr* en q u h e a t 447 Main, e o rner L a f a r e tte St. J3u-6t D I E D . OOBB—Det. 31. in thia city, Mrs. Sarah C o tb , in 79 th ve«r of her ago. F u n e ral on Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o 'c lock , fr< in t h e rea d-rDM ol Jam e s Albna, 361 Seneca a r e e t ■ r a l > i O n o d i . lortm e n i a t reasonable price*. B U F F A L * MOURNING STOKE, 414 V e in it . , A m erican Block. G l a s s , O l * . M 00 B o ies W indow Glaaa, eeaortert aieaa. PL A T i f l t . a a a p o R 8TO R 4 B AN V D W E L L INGS a t T u a * Itaetern pricea. 40,000 Ea. W H ITE U AL lA jb b l a . L IN S E E D O IL F o r sale by too bom . t a * A R e y n o l d s a o o . . 101 M» tL and 46 Lloyd aA, Buffalo, 5 . Y. R l g h w l B M , A l e a b a l . TH O M A S C L A E E .aocoeaaor to C lark 4 B 'n w n , ectirV lnr D iatlller. corn* r o f W a rtitagton a n d Parrv nieta B u f f .le, m a n u f a c tu r e r -n d d e a ler In H ••gb­ it* e.*A lcohvI, P u r e S p lr lta, Cologne S ^ i * t a ^ B a t i ­ ed W tuakv, Old Rye W h isky, D om e stic S r m id u . H o r s e s b o a r d e d a n d s t a b l e d ■ o r ? 2 5 per we. k at a city farm . Apply at G I i TON’S See* S to r e , 602 M aiu at.. a'*jve Chi: pe- *V 3 Gold r i s h for sale J2S-3t C ^ T k k a I ' f f i x u t v i i N i s - o u t H a y T m a re, 'ev e n year* o ld. a 'Und and k ind; and lig /lt wi viKVer m o u n early new; one of W eb r a oak tanti* d o i harness f r sale che»p A p p ly t B .fl 1 , *,r F r a n k .in H u u e sta l l e j28 H o r s e s t o w i n t e r w a n t e d . having feed and ao onuno ati, ns for 100 h o rses i n th e C o rn-11 f *; m , n- a r Lewi on. F o r fu n h e r uai* io• lar* a. ply to S. H U M E . 16 W e st w a . at . e r o A NDREW BPALDINt*, or. th e , rem i e-. J23 i L E G A L N O T I C E S W O RR K S V \ MON « r p » L E T —T H R E E ROOMS ON SE I ond floor w itn bay windows, s u itable for 1 i,h: bu-l e*6 r d w Hi g, in new b u hi ing 35 Ni*.gi>.;:i t In q u ir e ou prem i-t* f o r ow , c r , w a ter a o d ga-.. j 2 *t R o o m s r o ~ L E r —n o s 1447H 5 a n d 152 W a abington et, p a r t of th e Tifft Hm se. A , p-y a t r- <>m 144. j 9-2t KX j M q A.-VL) RO W E R r o K L .M . T h e n c m i arc deeirabl'- and tlie power c. R. »nt In q u i r e of •■;. 4 B. HOLMEH. M ;,isan st. an 1 »he Canal huffalo T O L E T —STO R E S . = 5 , O K S O R D E R E D BY T H E COM- C O tN C ll . —The o w n e n ot th * land ig r n th e street , a n d betw e e n th e points here­ in r t te r n a :n * d „ - r e hereby r e q u ired t<> m a k e th e im ­ provem e n ts h e r e in a fter ept-cificd in fre n t oi th Ir respective luta, in t h e m a : i.er tim e i.rotted fur e ach respac'reclv, ai On th e east- si !e ol Jefferson s t e e t, betw een Wil- , lia c n s r e e t and a p a n t rnidw ty b ttw e n W iliam | nn-; Picki ain cans a s dew a l. to b s c o n r tr u ted i-.ur fe t t w ide, of hem lock plat-k th r e e inches thick, *-i J»in five tlaya. >n the w e t * d c of Em slie stre e t, betw e e n Peck- ha n and Wi 1 am streets, cau e a sidewalk to be con- s - i a e u d f o u fe**t wide, of good hem iock plank S'.rec tm li-'s thick , w P h in ten days. n th e west dde of T h ir teen th s-reet, b c tw eenY o rk au i Connection- a tr e e t- , cauae a Md w alk so b e e n- s t - j tcd th r e e feet wide, f to o d pine plana two ■ j i , he* th ick , wit in five days, m tb e east s'de of F o u r teen th rtre e t, betw e eu N rth street a - d a point m id • av *»ween N o rth and Jw n ey -treets,cau»e a aid-w a k to be re-paired w .'h h^jilo c k p la n k ,th r e e inche* thick , w h ere nece*.ary, w i jtin fi>« day*. . n Lh- w .rte r l y . i d . nl H u d w n . ‘i t r t . b tl w «n . pcint 259 f e e t s:> th w .stcrly from W idsw u rth s t e t to-Ta jkj I t 59 ieet s o u thw e ste !y th e r e f rom , *•*..»» « lk to be lower* d o th * graue of th e e reel For repairing V. r m o n t a t «et.betw e e n len lh and Eleven-h s tr e e t s ..................................... F o r r« p a r i n g V e n n a n t s 'r , e t . betw een T a e i i t h and Thi. t e e n th atreet* .................. ■ o r repairing V e rm o n t » tre-1, b etw e en T h ir­ teen th aud Fourt** tb atree ►................ F o r re p a iring V e rm o n t r tr e e t, betw een F o u r­ teen th and H o d g e stre e ts .......................... For repairing V e r o i n t stre e t, betw een 11 dge aad t re m en s t r e e ts ........................ F* r repairing Ve m n t stre t, betw . e n B re­ m e n and B rayton s t r e e t s ............................ F o r r e p a iring V e n a in t a treet, b e tw e e n Bray- t.in and R gi-re s t r e e t ................................... F o r rep>airing thee& v side o f Mad iso atreet, betw e n Bataui a st eet a n d . point mid- wav )>«t a een F a tavla and Peckham streets.................................................................... For repaii ing t h e east i*le of Madison s tr e e t, b e t* te n a p o int m idway l i t t een Bata via a d Peckham streets io P tckh«u. s treet. For r e p a iring i ho w e stside o f kfadi -on s t r e r t , bet - u i i k m i n t n Id way betw een B a ta­ via a n i Peckham streets to Peckham s re e t ...................................................................... F c r repai r (n g th e west - Ide o f Madison s tree’ , lietween b a tavis siro - t a n d a point mi<l- way lietw een Ba avia und Pecki.am For r e p a ir ing Ferry i-treet, betw e e n N agara and ^o ^ lh W a>hiugton stre e t s .................. For ral lug g u tters on t h - e a r t side o f M ichi­ gan stre e t, lietw e en Seot aud P e rry sir e ta .................................................................... F o r repairi -.g Carroll tre e t, betw e en Van h e n sela r a d H y d raulic s t r e e t s ........... For open ng g u tto is o.i th -* m thw e storly Blue of Virginia streets, b* t * c en Sixth and eventh s t r e e t .......................................... F o r repsiriiig Louisiana street a l th e cross­ ing of Carrol! -tre e t ....................................... F o r repairing th e w.*terl*' si ie o ' Virginia i - r e e t, betw e e n Ni. g * ra and he*en U ftr e t s ................................................................... F o r repairing t - e easterly s d e cf V irginia s re e t, betw een N i-gara sn d S • e n tii ........................................................ i* F o r e pai ring CarroU s tr e e ’, b-tvreen ** iauu s tr e e t ai:d th e w e sterly line of L .. 90................................................... . ................... F - r r e p a ir ng Spruce stre e t , betwe. m o re and Genesee r t r e e t s ............................. c For filli g em b a n k m e n t on th*» w- s t side of H a m b u r g s tr e e t from th e cros iog of th e New York and Krie Kail oad to a p .int 140 f e e t so u th e r ly ............................................ 95 7 F o r tepa ring th e w e s t side of F o u r teen th s t r -• t between Rh- di Island and Msssa- chusettk r t r t e - s ................................................ 41 5 F o r re p d r i e g th o »ast fide of F o u rteenth s t r e t, lietw e en R h o d e Ldandand cboe tts stre e t n .................................................. 41 2 F o r rep a lrin < Tiff street, betw e e n th e S tate I . n Ra 1 road track and th e H a m b u rg tu r n p ik e ............................................................... 51 1 F o r r e p a iring Tifft e r e c t , etw e e n H o p k ins street and th e S 'a e Liue R a ilroad 61 3 For repairing F e rry s l eet betw e en Main and I)e aware stre e t s .................................... 61 0 For repai ing th e ga te n on th e n o r th rly side of Exchange s tr e e t t o c -une t with th e pavem e t ou W ells and E x hange stree s ................................................................... 101 8 For pay ng ^he c o m p e n s Ion aw arded to t b e ow r r r owners of th e la m and p ro p ­ erty tak e n to ley out and exten d V n b i f isitla e r street f om th e southerly curb lor of El*, b tr e e t to th e n o n h e rly c u m line of th-i A b b o tt iow I ..................... 2,459 C F .r rai-iu g th e s u i t e r oh t>*e ■ a s t sidu of N* ag ra stre* t , south of A lbany street, a t 'h e sou heast corner • I N iagara aud A b m y s r e e l s ................................................... 50 7 For ( p nii g g u tters on Bo ck »• v e n u e f -om Dela are s 'r e t t to a point 60 rod.. w « ,P e r ly ......................................................................... 61 4 For ep a 'r in g Spring - tr e e t, b tw e e n Syca- m o e st-e e ' end a po:n t nnd *ay be- tw ie i Sycam o re and b a tav ia s t r e e t . . . . 77 C F o r repairing J e t e r o i stre e t, between ati.ew aud Syc m o re s t r e e ts .................. 6 1 i F o r rep - i ing O k stre e t, b e ia e e n Go -ide 11 sire e . aud B u r tou Al e y ............................... 41 7 ID I X S U I . F o r r e p a 'r in g h e si ew a lk on the e a st • ido of H icko y s tr e e t, lietw een Sy -m o re sn d oeuesee s t r e e ts......................................... 21 ( For repai i .g 'h e sidewalk on th e east si e o W a shington -tr c t, between thecurb- lu . 'a n d th e sidewalk ou th a noi t h side ot Lw a i s t e e t .................................................. 7 1 For repairing t e -id w alk o-i th e • e s. side of U k s tre t. b tw .en th e curb ug and th e -idewaik ou th e nor h s iJe ot a wan s t r e e t ..................................................................... * 1 For epa ring tlie sidewalk on tl e • a r t side o ' O k s u e e t , besween th e curbing a. d th e sidew a k on th e noreh side of -.wan siree- ............................................................... ® * F a r repairing th e s dewalk on th e eaat .-Ide of El u s tr e e t, betw een th e curbing ai.d th e riuew a la ou th e i.o- i h id of s w a i stre e t............................................................... ® 1 F o r con-tru tin g a si ewalk ou the w e st -ide of u a d is >n s t eet, b .tw e e n Brown and Sycam o re stre e t s ....................................... 25 ! For r e p a iring si ewalk on th e n o r th side of N o rth street, betw e en F o u r teen th and Bogers s tie e t .................................................. DO ■ F. r rejiairing sid -walks on t ‘ e n rth side of O h io s tie e t, betw . n cu r b line W ash inato n Str. e t nd a p n t k Idw v b e - tw e .n WLshi g t t and Indiana s t r e e t s . . 14i ! F o r r e p a ir ing id .w a k on th n o r th sl l e of Ohio stree , b e te e e a curb 1 n e of In ­ diana st c t an I a p o int mi lw a y be­ tw e en Indiana a n d W ashington s t r e e t s .. £3 I F ^ r repairing sidew a lk oi th e n o r th e r ly ride of N in th s r e r t , be ween Carolina a n d Virginia .................................................. : CROaSWAbKS. F u r r e p a ir i r g s tone cre**walk acroes Lafaj'- c t t e - t r e e t, on th e w e s.erly side * f W ash- ( iugton street........................................................ ' F o r repa-ring s t .ne crosswalk ac/ose N .rth Division street, W a shington s t r e e t ----- F o r c o n structi - g stone cr siw a lk across l\ a shing on street, *>n th e i o th side of Exchange s t r e e t ................................................ For c o n stru :tm g c r o < w a l- across we■■terly half of Mi-si.s_.ippi a d to u th sid-i of b c o tt u treet.......................................................... For co n s tr u c ting stone crossw a lk across N -.rth le r r - c c *tr*e-, on th e n o rth oi e of C h u rcu s t r e e t .............................................. For coua ru c t ng stone e r o s s w i k »crose W ill, »tre t, on ihe n o r th e rly tide of E x c h a n g e s i r e e t................................................ F a r c o n s tructing t one c usawalk across Carroll s tr e e t, o n th e e a st line of W ei # s t r e e t ..................................................................... For cons r u .1 ing s tone crosss-elk across Car­ roll rtre e t, on tb e w e st lin* of Wells rtre e t ..................................................................... Fo au n rtructing ■ t ne cross > a lk across Well* - tr e e t, on s u u lo e r lj side of e«ne- oa s t r e e t ............................................................... F o r co. e tr u c tin g st. n* cros*walk acioes o e n - *x s t eet, on th e w tat side ot Aiickory stre e t ..................................................................... th e w e s t side of OR R E N T —T H E E \ S T E K L Y TW O stores in th e C o u rter B lock, to T e rrace a n d W sea »t; a first-rate lo atio n lo r j f-our a n d iced to re Al-®. t h a t p a r t of th e C u r t e r B'o-V *bo’ storci*, e s er y of th < privet-* e-.tr»n a bote! o r b o a rding house Pcseees.on . n c u kcu - cui Fo particalara in q u ir e of F d A N K L IN D. LO* hK , 28 k r i e . t . ___________________ VLl ‘l_ f D E S IR A B L E ST O R E TO R E S T ^ Bi u >e<1oi Main s t , betw e e n ‘ ^ a a an S s ne- ca s t s . ; is f irst class - n d ver* d e irably .loca ed; wil l e va. a -e i a n d ; o -sessio i g iven a b o u t th e 15 ' inst F o r f u r th e r p a ti* u l n at p iy t q H A k t lS 'G J A N o . 3 B ow n ’s B u n d ing. w ji.in five day.-. v.f.t **wen ! F o r »> n a tnietlng stone crosswalk U y.and >*irc«c. n o , thb o u t h - s t rly 1 a # of W eds* r h s tr e e t su d a , p 7 n l 24® t et a o u tl.w e srar y t . e r fr. m , carnje a ride- I * Jk o be low e red t o u»e grau* ol ih* s *eet, w i.bro fixe davs. > , th e cast side of Bpri- g s tr a e t. betw e e n Batavia ab’e i r 1 a t!d'J<»a> re si reels, ea■ he.sidew a lk t be • d by subs itu tin g good p lan k , v r e e inches iiUiA, w iiere n ce« » r y , w tliin five days. OD th e n o r th rid* ^f B a tavia s tr e t, b e tw een Spri g a- d Mor im e r s tr e e ts cause t b e s ide*alk t o > e r epw i- ed hy s u b s titu in c g ‘ o d s-m u d plank, th r e e inches t t i c a . w h e re user— r y . w ithin five d a y . ffj* o u .d fronting on t h e a o u th. a st ride of M arybuid st, e t, bem s 40 f e . t f r o n t a n d r a a r b . llffj f e e t deep, a i i c o m n e ' c m g a t t h e w e st c rn e r o f -wven' b ? r t e , T i i - n u isu .ee of stag n a n t w a tar th reon tn be -.ited hy fl.iing s d d lo t w ith clean earth , w ithin herly side of F o r c o n a tructing s e w e r and receiver a t th e r o r b e a t co r c e r o t H igh aud M u lberry street*.................................................................... F o r co u s tr c t i n r sew e r a n d receiver a t tb* northw e st oj <)n e r of F ranklin and Swan stre e ts ................................................................... F o r co n r tr u -ting aewer and receiver a t th e southeasterly oorner of iihio aud Wash- 1 g on s t r e e t s .................................................... F o r r e p a iring th e sew e r and re :eiver a t th e aou’hw e s t c o r n e r o f W illiam and L 't l n s t r e e ts................................................................... P O L I T I C A L . j tried again by the civil Authorities in De* T h i r d w a r d r e p u b l i c a n m e e t - i c*niber. IN G — r h * Republican ele t n of th e T h ird I D r . W . J . V a n V i e c k g a v e a v e r y in t e r - W a ^ d a ra re q - e r t r e f t o ra - e t a t t h . b u*e of th e ! e a t i n g le c t u r e l a s t e v e n i n g a t t h e E v e r e t t C h ristian * a n n u e l, J u n c tio n *■ f Seneca a n d *w sn Sta. i n . • , ® f on a> erei.ioir > o v * u .b .r 1 s t , a t 74 o’clock. ha’ ! ^ o o m *» e x P OBm*J d e c e p t i v e p r a c t i c e # of O rd r o f W a rf Com m itt e j*> | 8 p m « n l B B e d ium a , a n d t h e t r i c k s o f th v t ^ I F T H w a r n I M F T K T r - P i v n ' D a v e n p o r t b r o t h e r - a n d o t h e r s i m i l a r ju g - F i w i T „ i , ^ r ; m D^ i „ u . , n ( t h w i d r t i ^ : | * r - *■*» ^ ti > held a’, i h e house of F r e j e n e k R o th eor of Cl nton 1 P ® n * > rtnance i n t h e p r e s e n c e o f t h e a u d i e n c e and Ce i e r sts, Mond »y e .e u in g , «.v«ub r 1, a t 7* ) o f t h e t r i c k s r e f e r r e d to , a u d s h e w e d co n - n\;lo k. L e t r r . r r t r u e Kejmb ic-n of th e O d Fifth c l u s i v e l y t h e f a l s i t y o f t h e S p i r i t u a l a g e n c y be on hand a t th e appointed hour. < h e best uf | J J - »i*akc-r« wi J he m atte u ancc. By o r d e r cf tb e i - \ H a r d Cummi t e e . ______________________ k l ! The French Benevolent S o c i e t y held its A T T K N T IO N , S E V E N T H W A R D * ,mnu^ m e e t i n g a t D e l m o n i c o ’s l a s t e v e n i n g . E lectors.—T h e re will be a m e e tin s of t h e Re- | F h e s o c i e t y is in a f l o u r i s h i n g c o n d i t i o n , i-u' lican alecto • of th e S e v e n th w» d on M, nd*v, > a n d has h e ip e * i m a n y n e e d y o n e s d u r i n g th e N o v e m b e r 1. a t tb e I o .«* of Jo h n K a iser, D i s t v c a r n o r hw* t c o r n e r H igh a i d Maple ste. Dood >p i k ers w.ll address th e m o s' i n L e t n-> o a * fail > o a By order of t e W a rd Com m ittee. FRANK ECKETT, C h a irm an. R1 EPU B L 1 C A N CO U N T Y COM M IT- _ T f.E — a m e e ting of t b e C o m m ittee will be h-Id a t th e i r room s rre a d e Buil ing, W ednesday evening of esch week un til *u-ther notic-. M em­ bers o f th e C o m m ittee a r e requested to a*tend. ► OBT. M ILLS. Chairm a n . For r e p a iring an d m a intaining th e bridge over Prim e Slip o i Canal s t r e e t ................... 54 35 F c r r e p a iring and m a intain ng iron sw ing bm ig over E - a n s ' o h i C anal on M a ter su-cei........................................................................ 502 00 JO H N McM AM S, OREO KY RITT RJC H 'D C. KiN'NEY, Aasea-ors. Office in th e C ity Buildings, oorner o f Fraxfluln a n d Eagle s treets. Office h urs from 8 a . r n . t o 4 p . r n . k ' 6 t S U P E R IO R CO U R T O F B U F F A L O The Com m on C unci! of tr e i j of Buffa o i.aving d e 'e r in e i t o ta k th e L n d ai d property nec s-ary to lay • u t and extend F if* e n t h s reel, fr -m its p resent t e r a .i n . t i o i a t ork str e t to J * r e. -treet, com m ncicg a t a p In t 208 feet caster y from F o u rteen h s r e i, n th e so th e ily I n e of Y ik -tre e t; ru u u i g th e n c e ►outherl. sn d pw a llel w ith F o u r t- e n t h str e to J e r s e y « r e e t; th e ce a t 'L h t a gles a s t rly aloi g t*-e ortherly 1 n e of Jersey street fifty f«e ; t e n . e a t igh t a - a 1 s n rth e r ly <<■ York str c t; ihence a long t h southerly im e o. York • t r e t fifty f * e t t . t h . piac ot t eg I > ing; a n i hav­ ing d terrnin d to tak e and ap >i o , r a t th e ,.rup r y n ^ e a s a r y for th a t puriioe , and hav­ ing m a d ; applicati--u to th e nupcrier c . u r t • f B ffa o o r th e up^ointm e n t of th ree com m is- oners to *acertain and le p o r t th e ju s t o-napenaatiou to paid to th e pers-'U or peis -da ow n ing o r n a v i- g an t ; e s t i n aid pro p e rty and upon -uch appficati i. th ui dersigneu, h *ving lieen a p . o i t u such c< ni- m is-'oners, do h e eby give n o t i.e t h a t th e y «i I m e e t *t th e house of Micr.ael H. W illis, corner of h e r t and J . r a y tre e t s , in saiu c i'y of Buff *lo, on th e isih d a . f N »v. m e r , 1869. a t 10 o’oock A. M , a n d thence proce. d to view in e ss-id p ro p rty , a directed ai d squ ired by t h * r t . t u 'e in such cas- m > d « a n d provided. D * M E L N O C a W u O D , W ILLIAM W E S ON, GREGORY R ITT. Commissions**. Buffalo, N o v e m b e r 1,18:9. _________________ kl-5 t I N T H E M A T T E R O F T H E E X T E N rlon of Sycam ore s-reet. Tlie Com m o n Council nf thd City of Buffalo having determ ined to lay o u t and extend Sycan ore s tr e e t from th e easterly line of Jefferson street no r th e a s terly t th e went line r.f W aluen s r e e '; ihe centre line o f raid ex tens on to be i m r a ig h t continuation of th e ine of > y c u w r . street ss now laid o n t . betw e e n Oad and J e fferson •treets; th e n o rth and south Hues > f s a id extension td b ; th i ry - t h r .e feet di3*ant a t lig h t a; gles fr- m and parallel to th e above desci ibed centre li .t; an.l h a t in g d e t- r m n d to 'a k e and spprop.iat-.- tn e proj>erty m c < s ary fo r th a t purpose, and av in . m a d e appli ation t o th e S u p e rior C o u r t of Buffa o f r th e ap oin tm e n t of th r e e com mi .-si nor* to a certa n and cp 't t th e ju s t . m p e n satiun to be aid to th e person * r person* ownin* o r having an n e r e - t in «ai ■■ property, aud u on such application th e undersigned, having t-oen a p p o nted .u- h o m- miw-ioneni, d o h e r y give notice t h a t th e y » i 'l m eet at *he l»w office of Charles Beckwi h. X •. 346 Main stre e t, in th e city ot Buffalo, on th e sixth dav or Novem b e r, 1S8-, a t ten o c lock on th e m o r ing of th a 1 d a v *nd t ence proceed to view th e said prop­ erty , ra d irected a d r e q u ired by t h e s t a tu te in such ase m a d e and p ovid d. B u f f a l o , O c to b e r l a t h . 1869. CHARI F5 BECKW ITH, M. H G E * , klt5t. JO H N MC M ANX I’8. S U P R E M E C O U R T — E R I E CO UN T Y . O W illiam Wa sun, 2d, plaintiff, against. Tryphe- m ia ~t eldon. , o eph S h e ldon, Ann S n c ldon, l-enja m in R. 'h e l d o c , E izalicth Sheldon, H » m lltonT l u s- , A n n T h u r s to n , Sophronia H a tch (widow of E d ­ ward N. H -tch, decea-e l, sn d also as devi'-ee a n d ex«c tr.x nf his last wi 1 a n d t* s t*m e ..t), a n d M a M. H atch and E d w a r l *'. H a tch (h s so e heire at law and devinee* u n d e r his will), d e r e n ian ts. h e defendants: ou a r t hereby s u m m o n e d to answ e r th e c o m p la int in this ac ion. which wiil lie filed in th e office of the lerk of ib is C u i t , io th c city of Buffal- , a n d serve copy of y o u r an-w e r on m a t y oflice, in th e citv of Buffalo, w ithin tw e n ty days a f te r th e service .ereof exclusive of the day oi *ueh aervioc; and if pou fail to answ e r th e com p laint as *’ores*id the plaintiff will apply to th e C o u rt for t h - r. .ief d e ­ m a n d e d in sal t com p laint L. L sO iifA K . Pla;ntiff*s A ttorney, l*o Main s i , Buff* o, N. T ID atad Buff lo. J u ly 3, 1669. C o m p L 'n t tiled A u g u st 7tb, 1SG9, In K rie County t L r k ’s office. L. LE CLEAR Plaintiff** A ttorney, ■8 ) Main s ir e e t. B. f f . o, N. D ated Buffalo. Ju ly 3. isW ______________J30 -6w N o t i c e o k i n t e n t i o n . —n o t i c e is hereby given t h a t t h e Common Council ol the city of Buffalo intend to order th e following described viorKs in saiil c ity, viz.: 'Ihe eo t side of siain st e t repair*d l e t een thc southerly line of N o rth Li isi.Gi s tr e e t t n d th e n o r th - e r l j curb liue of South D vision, by tak in g u p ihe present paxeoaent b e t ve- n t h e cu rb in g a r d ti e lail- road reck, a n d r e lay th e nara w t h flat iru tteri GEORGE S W AKDW aLL Citv Clerk Buffalo. O c t 20. 1869 J20 10’ >U - T E L E O R A P H I C IT E M S . A sleeping car on th e Oswego * S y ra­ cuse Railroad w e n t dow n an em b a n k m e n t on .Saturday m orning. Several persons were injured. Tbe insurgents in C n b a lately eaptured a freight t r a in laden w ith a valuable lot oi goods. Tbe Spanish budget for th e ensuing fiscal year shows Aft e s tim a te tu rp lu s of tive m il­ lions of dollars. A n enthusiastic free trad e m eeting was held iu D e troit on Saturday evening, No less than eight fires happened from New Yo-k uight liefore laft. T h e public d e b t statem e n t to be pub­ lished to day sh o w 3 a decrease for th e past m o n th of £7,033,882 73 ; m aking the total decrease since th e tiret day of M arch §02,- 332.070.65. Extensive preparations arc lieing m ade in Louisville, K e n tucky, for th e m eeting ( } the Society of th e Arm y of Tennessee. 1 'ae banquet which is to bo given a t the G a lt House to-n:ght will be ou s^c& lc of unparalleled magnificence. The m o st distinguished officers aud civilians in thc country will be in attendance. G overnor Cham b e rlain, of M aine, has appointed* Lot M. M o rrill U n ited fttates Senator to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Fessenden. The bodies of Jessup and fam ily, suffo­ cated in L iberty street, Now Y o rk, have been rem oved from th e station house for burial. A n inquest was commenced yes­ terday upon them which was adjourned, as it is thonght some suspicious incidents con­ nected w ith th e burning of the building in which they w e re s uffocated n e e d c le a ring up by th e investigation of th e tire m arshal. In New Y'ork yesterday, Jo h n Bismar, a aoldier, was found guilty of forging P a y ­ m asters checks, and rem a n d e d for sen­ tence. T h e registration in New Y o rk yesterday was 32,844, m aking a total in t h a t city of 143,171. T h e registration in B rooklyn on Saturday was 11,296, m aking a to tal in th a t city of 56,561. A ll of the officers of the privateer Cuba were discharged by the Commissioner on S a turday, except Telfaio, M unroe, Isling, G ibson, Phillips, French and Lynch, who were re q u ired to give bail in th e sum of $3«.0 each for t h e ir appearance before the U a itcd States D istrict C o u rt, w h ich m eets to-day. A convention of a b o u t fifty laJies of New Y o rk wax held yesterday a t P a c k a rd’s Rooms, to perfect a new organization cail* 5 d “ \V«.man’s Council, of N ew Y o r k .” The ladie 3 in th e m o v em e n t state th a t this m eeting is prelim inara to a convention w ith the representative women from all p a r ts of the couutry. Tbe proposed object of tbe organization is tb e developm e n t of econo­ mical e d u c ation ftfld m u tual interests. It disclaims all connection w itli th e W o m en's R ights party. Political m a tters in the F rench capital are interesting. The L t Pu-blie, newspaper, says th a t tho i rnperor is suffering from a relapse of his form e r illness ls falee. t »n Friday he experienced some rheum a tic pains but on Saturday they had disappeared and he was quite well. T h e re has been no m eeting of the M ires- terial Council a t Compeigne since the E m ­ perors return. Prince Napoleon had an interview w itb the Em p e ror ftaturday. This event, coup­ led w ith th e sudden arrival of Emile Olii- \ O l l C E T O C R E D I T O R S — P C K an t to an order of H o ratio Sevm o u r, Esq., •“'u rro c a t* o Eri County. Notice i- hereby given to all rerao-a having claims •ta i u s t Abby P. H e acock, latcof t n e d t y oi Buffalo, in - a i d county, deceased, t h a t th e y are required to e x - ,■ . . . . , hib it - # ram e w ith t ‘ e v o u c h e: s thereoi to G rosvenor | w i e r i n P a n s , h a s c a u s e d a r e v i v a l o f th e W. H e a c o ck, t> • E x e c u tor of th e will of h e aaid de- j ru m o r 8 t h a t m i n i s t e r i a l c h a n g e H a r e c o n t e m - oeaeed, a t i-* e reside ce of he said E x e c u tor, in th e ° city of Buffalo, io s a d county, on o r before th e 1st j p l a t e d , day of F e b ruary, 187t>. G. W. H E A OCK, E x e c u te D ated th e 28th day of J u l v lr t Th F L R M n i l K . P U R N I T U R E FO R EV E R Y B O D Y AT REDUCED PRICES. A very large assortm e n t of F U R N I T U R E , C H A I R S , AXD UPHOLSTERY GOODS ON HAND. F u r n itu r e m a d e to o r d e r , and rep a ir in g , bexi ste., d o n e In tlie beet m a n n e r. M -W -F SAAO D W H I T E 257 **1n «t rO Y F E « T I O .\L R V . JjlR E S H , P U K E C A N D IE S A re m a n u factured every day at W. LO NG & CO.’S. 193 M A IN ST. W h e n yon are a v-o a t buying tag th e m / a n d you wili like t h e ir goods a n d price*. SPECIA L RATES TO DEALERS. Prices sc lew and quaR ty and peetriwg as g o od ra nv honae in 'h e trad e . B O O T S AN If SH O E S . M O R T G A G E S . B o n d a n d m o r t g a g e s f o r s a l e One ot #6000, p a y a b le in aix annual paym e n ts; one of #*500 payable w ithin one year. LY O a 4 BAKER, Kri* Land Kffioe V f O N E Y TO LO AN— I HAYS F1F U A te* n t h urand dollars, which I w h to l : v a . . . V --------------------------- _ JO H > v tT O , la M o r t g a g e s f o r s a l e . — H U M S A SAX FDR D, U W Swap .v e d ays U ruuod ( r o o t l n , o n t A , . o r t h . - t stre e t, I c in g 194 f*ai f r n s a n d rear by 61 feet deep ac a oZm m ncta*f ll« * i t * aoeth«a t , , ,. I |W nuhrar.ee o f stag n a n t w a ter thereon t - be, a lratrH by fiilu y s a id lo t w ith clean e a r th , with fire daya , t „ T t . - t o - * - o r k - - 1- “ . ai > th a I ueunl—T rr— and if n o t done u> t m m a n n e r and w ithin th e t im e tperffted, t h e n th e s t r e e t C o m m lra io r - ------- - — 1— ' t r a ----------- I D a te d Buffalo, O r t M th . li r i* a u lh e e t e e d t o d o t h e G E O R G S P. W ARDW XI.L, City C lerk. )*■* F a r con i r u c u n g *t ne croe-xc«lk a. r se Ten h st t e ' , ou aoutheat erly side ot H u d ott s i r e e t .................................................... ] For repairing ston-j eroaawalk a r e a s Chip- pt-wa stree , on t h ; tea erly side of Del- a« are a t r e e ........................................................ 1 SEWXKS. F o r repairing m a in sew er in Peacock s tr s a t, h t the crossing of urie s t r e e t ...................... \ F o r c r etructing a brick eew er in s dew alk on e o u tb ide of B ttav ia s i r t t , from to* s w e r in P r a t t etree-. to a p o ie t 20 iaet earterix of sp r in g rtre e t ............................. I F o r r(-pairing *i e s ew e r in ea - 1 • Ide o f Pearl street, n b t.it 1:0 feet n-.rth t .'hippr- w a atree t .................................................................. F o r open-rjr, cleaning a r d rcp-.iri-*^ aewer in Illinois a treet, t e f v tu tl iffalo B ver j and P e rry ................................................ • F o r e x t r a w o rk o a th e Pe .u s tlv a n ia •- reet K i w r over »:i r r pijt- at th c crow ing of F * rteen'-h s t r a - t ........................................... For re-p h t n g >i-ia saw e r in s o u 'h s’ 'e i • o u r t stre t , in iro n t ot tr i e CV-u-t y S a lugs B a u t. .................................................... F c r cl i n m g und lepairi g m a in few e r tn South Ter ace s.re e t, com m e n cing a t G e n raea s t r e e t ................................................. T H E B E S T P L A C E TO BUT R K U A B L K BO O T S & SH O E S IS AT J a s . H . J e w e t t ’s 406 MATH STREET, AM M 1ICAN BLOCK M y G o o d s a r e M a d e t o O r d e r , O F T H E BEST MATERIALS, A N D S U P E R I O R W O R K M A N S H IP. M Y P R IC E - A R E LO W E R th a n th r e e of any o th e r bouae in *he city, a a d the qualitx of w o rk m u c h bm ter. CALL AND EXAM INE TU E Large and well Selected Stock COM P R ISING EVERY GRADE, From tb* cheapest to tb e m o r t e x i e n iv . NO. 4M MAIN STREET, AM E R ICAN BU K .K . JAMES H. JEW ETT. A T T O R X E Y S . T7IORBC3H • HYATT f g * C T n t ) t B A W H T i . u-h •olicitAfrto? A M T k a a aud Foretgr Pat-nt.-, a.;d ATTORNEYS I S P V 'F N T C * > F 8 , Weed’s B-och, oorner o f Main and 9 wan .*»re-1 , ^ BUFFA L O , N .Y . JayW y a tt, W. H F - r iti* h C o u n ieiijr a t Law M echanical E_ A mass m eeting of workingmen w&s held in the large hall a t th e Cooper In s titu te laet e v e n ing for tho purpose of indorsing tho w o rkingm e n ’s nom inations. F a th e r H y a c inth# visited th e American In s titu te F a ir yesferday. 1 h e Society of Liquor Dealers’ of th is city adopted resolutions last evening in­ dorsing th e candidates of th e Democratic party w h o have favored th e repeal of the Excise law. A n toine M a n rer, who waa convicted last week, an d sentenced to be hung for the m u rder of Joachim F u r rter, iu .Spring Valley, Rockland County, New Y o rk, ba.- m ade a confession, statin g t h a t and a com ­ panion com m itted t h e m u rder for F u r r t e r ’s money. Officers a re in pursuit of the ac­ complice. M a d r id , October 30— E r iu i a g . — The ^overumeDt and peop'e have experienced another m inisterial crisis. The Cabinet difficulty re.m rre.tm th is instance directly on the question cf the candidature of differ­ ent parties for the throne, and th e division caused by the votes of th e i r different friends in the m inistry a n d legislative body. Seuors Silvela and Ardan&sy resigned cheir portfolios. A m eeting of th e Progressist 3 was held last night for tbe purpose *.f n am ing a King, at which 110 delegates voted for the Duke of Genoa, son of V ictor Em a n u el. The Uniouiats, however, will Vote against th> Duke. A m eeting of th e m a jority party will l»e h e ld th is evening. LATBK. M adrid , October 2 9 —N ight— D u ring the latest moments of the diifcreut legislative king-tnaking caucusses in the city thisaveu- ing the chances of tbe Duke de M o u tpensier were reviving and there appeared a proba­ bility of a national union, w ith th e Duke tor King. W a s h i n g t o n , October 29.—I t is ascer­ tained at th e Re venue Bureau th a t since the inauguration of th e internal revenue •vyatem not m o ie t h a n one-tbi. 1 of th e rev ­ enue from tobacco has been re.u zed in th e 'ta t e s of V irginia aud N o rth Ca rolina. A t first t h e frauds Were confined to smuggling, but lately they have been effected alm ost wholly hy counterfeit stam p s. T h e m ili­ tary’ c o n tinue to patrol th e States, and such other m easures have been adopted by Com­ missioner Delano t h a t tb** c o m b inations are daily being broken up A n o ther squad was a rrested yesterday in Richmond. Over §7000 in counterfeit stam p s were taken trom them . Commissioner Dolaco and Secretary BoHtwdl were in conference to-day iu ref­ erence to th e continued attack s on the r e v ­ enue officers in th e South. As th e civil authorities pay no a ttention to t h e outrages, it is probable t h a t the m ilitary authorities will be ordered to see th a t th e officers are protected in th e discharge of th e ir duties. M inister Dow has not yet received his in­ structions as M inister to China, but w ill in a few days. Ho w ill sail im m e d iately for Europe. M r. W a d e, th e English Charge *1’Affaires, who succeeds M r. Alcock iu < h ina, is reported to hsve said recently th a t J . Ross Browne was in error in s tating th a t th e Chinese had m ade no progress. They had recently establ shed a Foreign Office and provided for the education of youth abroad, and these, w ith th e appoint­ m ent of Mr. Burlingam e’s mission, indicated considerable progress. Mr. W a d e thinks all Burlingam e’s treaties will be ratified. The New Y o rk Times' W ashington special says : Inform a tion has been received a t the Treasury D e p a rtm e n t th a t an organized attem p t has been m ade a mong certain dis­ appointed contractors and speculators, who expected to fatten upon th e G o v e rnm e n t iu the building of the New York Postoffice, to cause the failure of certain plans of the supervising architect, Mr. M u llet, by bribing the workm en to a r ange th e ir m a ­ terial so as to develop weakness in the walls and other portions of th e structure. The same c lass of operations has been dis­ covered iu other parts of tk e country in connection w ith public buildings under way, thc design l>eing to t r y to break down he present m ethod of building by days’ woik, acd to restore th e old system of con­ tracts. The New York Tribane's W ashington pecial says: Tbe interest exhibited m the attem p t t > co .nect President G r a n t w ith Fisk, G o uld and C- rbin in th e goid con­ spiracy has som e w h at subsided, but still rem a ins th e s u b ject of g e n e ral comm ent. It has been ascertaineg t h a t th e only basis for the alleged complicity of the P resident is ! -he fact th a t when he sold his house in this city to G e n e ral Sherm a n he gave Mrs. G ranr §12,(KK) of th e proceeds Corbin wax here a t th e tim e on his wedding trip, and M rs. G r a n t placed the money in his hands to be invested in buddim* lots in th e suburbs of New York city. This is th e only m oney transaction th a t has tran s p red betw e eu them since G r a n t wa* inaugurated, and it will p r o b a ­ bly be th e last, as th e Preeident does not heaitate to declare th a t m future he will have no social comm u nication w ith Corbin whatever. I t is probable t h a t Carbin used the money p laced under bis control to im press Fisk and G o u ld w ith the belief th a t he was acting aa M rs. G r a n t’s backer, a be litf which was suddenly dispelled when the order was issued to sell governm ent gold, and Corbin’s transactions w ere dis­ covered. W ashington , O ctober 30. —T h e W a r D e p a rtm e n t to-day received news from New O rleans to t h e effect t h a t four of th e eight iron clads a t t h a t point h»da been rendered seaw o rthy, and were ready to be forw arded to W a shington as soon as th e ir convoys a r ­ rive. During the past fiscal year 700,0X1,000 letters have passed through th e mails of the U n ited States, being an increase of 40,000 OiH) o ver a n y previous year. This is about tw e n ty lettv is per bead for every man, woman and • h ild in th e U n ited States. ^ ______ ^ ___________ A R T S A N D IN D U S T R I E S . —F u r n itu r e is being m anufactured in W isconsin for shipm e n t to U tah. —The London house painters held a m eeting recently for the purpose of forming a society of wor k m en to promote technical education in connection w ith house painting and decoration. —Large num b ers of w o rkm en are to be discharged from the Philadelphia navy yard. Only enough will be retained to per­ form th e necessary work. — T h e San Francisco papers say t h a t the first a rticle of tinw a re m anufactured from . 0 tin m ined in th e U n ited S tates has j u s t i t r y . T h e editor s a y s of t b e Soethern man: been com p leted in t h a t city. I t ia a case to . H ia standard food ia a piece of bacon contain th e Pioneere' c e rtificate of honorary j fri%d; t h e f a t taken aod w ith flour or meal m em b ership presented to the H o n . W illiam j m ixed into a heavy mass a nd consigned to H. Sew a rd j th e inevitable frying pan, and n e t comes a — Seven cents a day and board is th e 1 low p o f leathw y -lcw k m g “ 0 ^ t h m g ■ r c - i , n , I t u . ■**imach of ao ostrich c®ti.*l n o t riigest. w ^ „ of > common laborer m .Sw „ r-rU m ]. I . h . t dom hV d o tell ber i b a t my body lie. 10 t h . !!•«««• -W o m e n get th e ir rig h t , in S e » Y ork • w ith i t , Uuts lt op. and into the frying aippi. I did not drow n my self for shame* , a t t h e rato of cents a shirt. j j 6 go*a; after being alo.- ly sim mered —nor for love. I am y e t a* pure as th e ! — A bras* floor, w e ighing 1450 pounds i u n til hard, it u p u t into a deep diah and l<eautiful snow, th a n k the Lord ! I have | a nd costing $ 8 oO, has recently lieen manu j grease poured o v e r it,an d w h a t is n o t soaked no sin of th a t kind to ausw e r for. No ; factored in England for tb e W o lf Rock ! up in th e chicken is m ade w ay^with by friends have I. Everybody hates n-e. My j L ight House. I t is intended to replace a . soaking his frying pan bread in it. Give friends a re m y enemies. Indeed, this ii a j solid oak door four inches thick, which bad j him a rich, juicy s te a k , and into th* frying cold a n d ilre-ry world to live in ; so, good- 1 been s h a ttered into fragm ents by the force j p an it gr *9» ia slow ly mmnrared and bye, m o ther, sister and b rothers. I am ; o f t h e waves. i sim mered un til no knits will **d going to th e land where sin aud sorrow —Zinc m av coated w ith a fine black j then eaten w ith heavy bread eeakad u ^ t h e come no more. ; ^ l n r , by first clean mg its surface w ith sand rem a ining .Z j j S \ (bigned.) P. A. M c K ax ’ ( ^ dilute su lp h a n c acid, and then im- food. ,B q u a n tity s u ffident t e a» .r r i a The m o ther of M iss M cKay is a widow, m rrsiog i t for a m oment in a solution of j She m oved from D a y ton, 0 . , about a year since. N ew Y ork , Novem ber 30 — R o b e rt D. Bogart, th e P a y m a s ter’s c lerk in t h e Brook­ lyn N a v y Y a rd, who ia accus«d of m isap­ propriating about §12,000 o f th e Paym a s ­ ter’s funds, an d who was tried for the offence recently by a naval C o u rt M a rtial aud convicted, waa turned over to th e civil *nt''.oii.ie* yesterday, ft. c retary Robeson having disapproved of th e prootvdi I t is given o u t t h a t one of the special ob­ jects of Fieury’s mission to St. Petersburg is to induce Russia to join th e o ther great powers in a general disarm a m e n t. A lad nam e d Kingslow was struck by th c lightniD g train going sonth a t Cold Springs, on th e Hudson R iver P. aad, Friday night, and killed. Secretary F is h is in New York. St. Domingo correspondence of October 1 5 t m t a te x t h a t G eneral Babcock is etill there gathering s tatistics aud holding long interview s w ith President Baez, which leads to th e iuference a mong .the p eople th a t an­ nexation to tlie U n ited S tates i|s under con­ sideration. N e a l M c L aughlin, th e driver of th e car­ riage in which Brooks’ a s saulters escaped, was heard on a w r it cf habeas corpus to have his bail reduced. A f ter hearing evi­ dence, Judge Allison rem a n d e d th e p r is ­ oner, refusing a reduction. T h e a rgum e n t for a new trial in th e cases of M orrow snd Dougherty have been postponed until F r i­ day next. T h e Em p e ror of R u s s ia will spend part of th e w inter a t Cowes, Isle i f W ight, and Nice, France. T E L EC. R A P H I C S U M M A R Y. fra o * sarcao A T 's AfTSitiio jr liom o s a . C h i c a g o , O c tober29.— A special dispatch from Q a iacy, Illinois, to th e Tribune, is to thecffucfc t h a t P e t M cKay, a highly esteem ­ ed and beautiful young lady of thatcity^ aged eighteen years, w a lked out on the railroad bridge and pinned her cloak to a brace of the bridge and leaped into the river. H e r body has not been found Be­ fore jninping into th e river she w rote a note aad pinned i t to her cl ak in which she s.aid: “ Tbe finder of th is cloak, and h a t I hope, will lie kind enough te take them t o m y m o ther, a t th e T rem o u t Hoik NO. 8117. , 1 ~ j f \ £ror fa **• ®' Ira k Road,. Tha M m ia aithar >1 Franch or Tarkiah m a u factnra. Tha hilt •obram w r th r o »|taraa aad U ttar, o o it. amhbard la Uather (to n , antiuoa. r..oa » h o hare m a r t thiok tb . r e l i c i a , ha\ e M en embeuded among Uie mud einc* the Beige of -Leith, in the time of the re jency of Mary of Lorraino, by the English troops. —A simple leak af the percentage of w a te r in an alcoholic solution is furnish*^ by th e affinity of alcohol for chloroform. In tbe experiment a little chloroform u poured into a graduated glaaa tube, and a ziven volume of th e spirit to be tested n •dded, and both w e ll shaken np together On settling, all the water w ili (w found t* nave separated from th e alcohol (which hat- combined w ith the chloroform), and it* amount can ha read o ff on tha graduatsd tube. The eatabli hm ent on tha R iver U rn guay, Sonth America, for tha manufacture of Liebig’s Extract of M eat, i t ir stated, haa the largest kitchen in the world. Th*- building covers an area af 90,000 squar* feet, or nearly half an sera, lu one hall there are fonr meat-cuttere, whioh can di# pose o f 2 0 * bullocks eaeh per hour. There ire tw e lve digesters, in which tb e meat if boiled by steam. They can hold togethei 144,000 p o u n d s of beef. A bout e ighty oxet per hour are actually slaughtered for thi* imm ense manufactory o f meat extract. These engaged io making experiments in frictional electricity may be interested fc learu tha composition of a new amalgam which is said to he very much superior fc the old composition of tw o parts of quick stiver, one port tin and one part zine Thu new composition is made by melting tw o parts of chemically pure sine in an iroi ladle, and then carefully adding, while gently stirring it with an earthen pipe stem one part o f quicksilver. After cooling, ai extrem e ly tough, b u t easily pulverized amalgam, of a silver white oolor, is ob tained, which m ay lie kept in closed vial* tor a ny length of tim e ; and when needed, the necessary quantity in to be ground u, in a pore-lain mortar, w ith a little tallow — Philadelphia L'lcgtr. —The Btttish Quarterly gives some re ­ in a rt a b le statistic* pertaining to th e a r t ol photography. Tw e n ty years ago, oue per sou only claimed th e r i^ h t to practice pbo tograpby io Enwlaod. A u d in 1861 then were entered 2,534 photographers, and thi* is believed to have been not m ore than halt the persons actually engaged in the busi ness. B u t w h a t is still m ore enriou*, * single firm in Lond n now consume, on an average, th e w h ites of tw o thousand egu* daily, iu th e m a n u facture of albumenize> iiaper, for photographic printing. This u for Englaud alone, w ith no reference to tb* continent of Europe or to America. —Tha um of ornamented pyrographic woodwork is being revived in England. li> the ordinary samples, the designs are burnt into veneers of sycamore or maple, and are supplied wholesale to builders, cabinet makers and others, ready for Ikying in the ordinary manner; but, if preferred, the de­ signs can be applied to the epMd wdrk, tc insure greater durability. By the use ol wood so ornamented all necessity for paint ing is, of course, avoid©* 1. It is inexpen­ sive and worth looking to. — Scientific A m e r icon. —The latest a d d ition to th e list of re­ m arkable m ilitary inventions is a new sort of arm o r t h a t will render innocuous Chasse- pofc. M a rtini-H e n ry and Berdan. The A us trian review, Archives o f the M arine, makes the announcem ent. I t saya t h a t an Italia, called M u ratori has offered to m il to th* Em p e ror Napoleon th e s e cret of a composi­ tion intended to neutralize th e destructive effects of t h e new weapons, th e priucipal com ponent of which ia a sort of f e lt mixed w ith various other substances, and thu*- transform ed into a com p act and adhesive moss. This felt, after being kneaded by powerful machines, t en m ade liquid, and finally cooled, will r e s is t, i t isaaid.even a t a short distance, as has been proved by ex perim eut, nfle and pistol balls, bayouei th ru s ts and sabre strnkm . A Chaaaepo* rifle ball, a t a distance of rath e r more than half th e range of t h a t weapon, cannot pierc** a cuirass m ade of th is m a terial, which is said to be well adapted for covering the hulls of ships of war, as a substitute for the heavy and costly iron and steel a t pres­ en t employed. The felt plates, besides, possess tb e advantage th a t , nnlike those m ade of steel, instead of being broken to pieces by a cannon ball, they yield to the impact, and the holes m ade by th e shot lorn of them selves, as if th e felt were *«• m uch iodiarnbber. W e are fu rth e r told th a t the composition does not c< s t much more than the fourth p a r t of the price ol steel and iron. W e hope Mr. M urratoriV invention will realize all t h a t isclajtned for it; b n t did th e Em p e ror buy the secret? Pittsburgh Commercial. — A paten t has lieen tak e n out in Eng land for a new m ethod of m aking hors* na ls. I t coexists in providiug a machine employed in th is m a n u facture w ith a spec­ ial furnace through which th e nail rod is passed continuously before arriving a t the anvil o r anvils; al**o in an aatom a tio feed motion for propelli g th e nail rod, and in tbe employ m e n t in such m achines of two distinct anvils and hamm ers, one of which anvils is s tationary aud the o ther movable One of these anvils has f >rmed on its face a die representing a nail on ita side, and ' the other a die representing a nail on its flat, or these dies m ay be form ed on the faces of th e hamm ers of th e respective an ­ vils, or partly in the ham m e r a nd partly in the anvil in each case — Scientific A tnerican. U N D E R S T O O D H E R CASE. A t a revival excitem e n t in Connecticut, a respectable old lady was s ruck w ith con­ viction a n d n came a c o n v e rt, a u d was pro­ posed for m em b ership of th e church. There was a m eeting held for t h e exam ina­ tion of t h e candidates, of whom th e r e were several in a ttendance. “ W ell, my dear sts ter Rogers,” said the exam iner, addressing our vsnerable friend, “ pieaae relate your experience.” T h e old lady, on th u s fo;ing addressed, lifted up her voioe. “ W e ll,” she said, “ I don’t know w h a t to nay, so f t o l l my husband, Mr. Rogers, before I came here; but I believe 1 have experienced a change, a s I told my husband, Mr. Rogers, after I came home from m e e t­ ing, when I became oon vinced th a t I waa th e most sinful creature iu tue world, aa I told my husband Mr. Rogers, and says he, ‘I th in k so too.’ T t e n I told Mr. Rogers, my husband, I waa going to lead a different li e —was going to trim my lam p , and have i t burning sgtn th e bridegroom come. Then Mr. Rogers, my husband, aaid he didn’t see w h a t 1 w a n ted of another, b u t be d i d n 't m ake no objec­ tion. Then I told M r Rogers, my hua- band, th a t I would join th e church and prepare m y self for th e place w h e re th e worm d i e 'h not, and th a fire ia not quenched; and m y husband, M r. Rogers, told me I ’d better. ” T h e F r y i n g P a n . — “ Died of a frying pan,” is tb e epitaph w h ich the Columbus, Georgia, Enquirer aaya appropriately be­ longs to the graveyards of thousands of Southern people, on account of the manner of p reparing food ia t h a t part of the coun- m eal for a C K K j r * : S i I f r a d r - by t h . Irjio g ™ ni» i n ) o r ty p r a f o f » r a d .b*hU y j - 4 ” 5 _ # ____ r _ _ , b u t c o n v e r t e d into a alow poison aad a fruitful n ia in f o rty p a rts « « r w ith .clp b u n c K id , K d thoa n . 1 . 1 j u d dried. Copper m »y be ble. k ened by eoaree «<d\ meaAs of a liquid prepared by dissolving . Scarcely s a a y tw o Darts of araeaioua a cid in a m ixture of ferer applies to one p a r t of hydrochloric acid and one p a r t “ ^ “ 8 D !' - . of s u lphuric a cid a a d tw e n ty-four p a r ts of unable t o give, w ithout an entire chaoge ui • h is o r her habits: and nnless such change is for relief from the which relief I water- —A c cording to th e English papers, a scim itar or c a rved sw o rd, t h a t f a s e v idently livin g uisuopp^v, d of th e proceedings- «un_ scim ita r o r c u r r a . w v r u , 1 ** Jefidtfd t h a L? v r t not properly liable to lain a to»g tim e to th e bed of th e F irth el ‘ trial by the navai authorities. He will be F o rth, has been brought up #n a a oyster w — n i i f f a u * * 1 1 1 K J f F A L O t A t h l i h JOB PRINTING OFFIC E. «ewpW ely .tacked «itb Tfix VKRY M a t MATAKIA1 in a il H i variety , la prepared to\ asraute tvery d«*erj.Ucn ef B C a r d t a d J e * e a s t /* BO. 14 EAST SWAN V R m , (Second F loer.) tost drf hy using Frank Miller’s celeUrattd b—thcr Preservative and Water Pruol u . l Hlarkiig. b o l d by shoe dealers g e n e r a l l y . k l t i t F or i l oiling harness, carriage tops, 4c , aa nothing equal to Frank M.iler’a Prepared Ham see Oil Blacking, put up in ^aaa of variona sixes convenient for use. ''old by harness maker*. k 1 -fit Trem endous S e n s a tion ! W o n d e r * w i l l N e v e r C e a se ! T h e P e o p le M a k v e l 4 v c h ! —I# does seem from the ■vaults •chie^ki by Dr. D a m n , the hedvr. that -he daya of miracles are not i'as«*jl. M en , brought to Lis r«;»<u a, at Bonne) a Hotel, on trala and oihtrs on tfrutchOe, and are healed ao they walk away aa in days of old. Thera m no Iodic r ni.T room U r d o u b t bnt thnt Dr D. ii ... mg » n n l d u i ol good, u i. ohowa hy tl.o lol- lowing o h m doM without m o d i . o r •urgorj : J. H. Pfon, 217 Wool Tupprr •uoot, -boom.turn u o y«»r., nnd his wito with nnaralgin, both curad ; Mr. J„hn Kuder, Jnanatown, P a , lu r tcr, rostor.d m an a lly; J. M. Msllnr, A n g o la d v « r ipsia and liver complaint, cored ; J. N. K n * , No. Evens, heart dicaaee eight jtati*, ru- (tored ; Fred. A. Hitehoock. Kuowi svtlie, Jrleana connty. N e w York, paralysis ot •eck of the bladder tw e n ty years, cur* d ; Mrs. Kudar, of Turners ville. F a , wroio rack that ahe was cured three m ouths ago »f spinal oinnpiaint; hlisa E. Haines, Llk •treet, dysp peia cm \d ; Mr H. 8 uy«itr, Dunkirk, asthma, seminal w e a k m ss t*u isara, ourrat ; Mary Bearford. Hufftlo, lo- aala weakness cured; K«v A U. irown, of this city, deaf ue.ea years, 4ured w ith two treatments. The. laughter of a w«li-known clergy mau of this ity Use been entirely cured of a chromo liarrhek of fivo years duration. A. K . Tones, Tonawanda, fever and sore on limb went)-five years cured. Mrs W right, Buffalo, swelled m c k , or go.tre, cun d, •Its Watson, of thia city, tits nu-e y«ars, ured four months ago. Andrew Lynd, of -87 North Division street, catar< h, br«»n- hilia and lung trouble, cured. Mr*. K. .'ercey's daughter, of 112 North ft wan treet. partial y blind fourteen year*, con­ tinues t o see pel feotiy . Mrs. A. Ferkiir, 42 Carroll street, heart disease tour \car-, uted three m ouths ago F.t u.tr kinuer, of Big Tree, New York, rhtu- latiam thirteen years, cured. Mr C. A Van Slyke, IU 0 Franklin street, d)*p ep» ic pains through lungs and stomach tiv e yeai**, ured. Mr. ▲. C. Dunn, Concord, gravel *ud dropsy, cured. Mr Dunran, Bar avia, idea restored. E. W eston, 176 North D i­ vision atreet, sciatic rheumai rm eight* eu uouths, pertectiy cured. J'diu McG-atb. .’arroll street, tumor on shoulder, cure < 1 . tibert Bock, Angola, spinal diffi* u it\ ami tjaralysis of both limbs, could not walk waa cured aod latt crutches iu teu nunuiei. Mr*. W. Horton, Java Village, (uo v stop­ ping at 360 Seneca atreet). catarrh, bron­ chitis, and deaf for year*, and thought o iie near her end—cured. Dr. Darrin will cemain until December first. n o v l- d l 2 t T h e new one and three quarter atory louse. No. 270 Seventh street, will l>e s<-l*l oery cheap and on easy term*, if applied f -r o day or Monday. House ia finished < fl in splendid style. Contains don hi© parlor.**, to nr bed rooms, dining room, kitchen, w«x>d- «hed. Good cellar, sewers, gas, water, ci*- ern, and all modern improvements S treet paved. Good neighborhood. A p p ly ou c.he premises. j3d 2 t W h il e the horse* is invaluable for th e -ise of man, few know how many are in ju r ­ 'd by the contraction of tha feet It i* ■•aid 200.00U are thus ruined Annually To remedy this e v il we noticed at th* In tern a ­ tional Industrial Exhibition, Buffalo, an important though simple invention. It is that of Tyrrell’• Patent Hoof Expanding Hors# Shoe. It is highly commended l.y thoae conversant with home*. One says its use for tw o months cared hia horse th a t i« d been lame six years An-l R o b e rt Bonner say* it is the moot valuable inven­ tion he ever saw. The ingenious specim c » •ve saw were from the Tyrrell Horse Shoe Company, Batavia, New Yotk. A ttention O ne H usd r e ^ h R egiment . \11 ex-members of the late One Hnndretb Regiment New York Volunteers ate re­ quested to meet at the ro->m* of Company K, Seventy-fourth Regiment, on Monday evening, November 1, at 7J o’clock 0 N. O tis , President C. H ess , Secretary. j30-2t A ttention C ompany K, Seven t t - poupth R egiment . — All mend*™ are hereby ordered to assemble at the new \rm-»ry, on Monday evening next, at 74 o ’clock. A full attendance is requested O F R ichards , Captain. E H FuEEMan, Orderly Jsergeaut. j ?0 2 t b To t h e P o b l ic . —H*vjng heard a good deal lately about quick baking or roa»tmg in cooking stoves, I am prepared to tnako , oath that the “ Triumph'’ cooking rtove I '•ought from Dudley A Rockwell, 333 Main street, haa frequently baked bis< uitx in •even minutes. Any one who douMs this s atem ent can call an«f see me. 1 have filled my tsa kettle full of water, and had it boiliug in fifteen m inutes after applying the match. J ohn H ager , A t G. W . Robertson, 380 Main st. C o a l T a r C o m p o s i t i o n will core C a tarrh Bron Di tie. Asthma and Consumption, when all othsr rsmadiea have failed The fume* are inhaled directly into tbe longs, thus ap­ plying the remedy to tbe effected surface aa well aa to the blood. Headquarters at v,». 17 South Division street, bold by drug­ gists generally. J. F. C rossland ha# removed hie whole­ sale and retail Millinery bostnesa fc> 397 Main street above Eagle street. A fine stock of real Hair Goads just received. Pon choice Kentucky Whisky for modl- nnal one go to Sw ift A Husted. k25-tf H e a lin g on its W inos, •ay all who have made no# of Dr. W istar’s B*i*am of W ild Cherry, and by sOch use been cured of coughs, colds, bronchitis, sore throat, influenza or consumption The prudei t will always keep this standard rem edy by dao S pecial N otic * —Charlo* Rosenau has now open at 3>2 Main street, Krem in Bi>«k, a large stock of embroideries, laces, veils, hosiery nod glove*, ladi-s’ under­ wear, zephyr, worsted, French cornets, bonnet aud velvet ribbons, jewelry, jet eel*, fans, e tc , which he will sell much i e- low tha regular prices. ■ Ladies are reap- ct- fully invited to call and examine the s v jjIl OTsnrxna.— Wholesale and retail, E agan A Co., 2.11 Main street C a s t or? C lo t h in g . — > . Boaso«rg s Exchange, pavs the highest for ladies’ and g-utv’ res* iff Call a t store, or ar: ire» i iyxs 2692 Poetoffice. ________ A s t r a c h a n K * c q u E a . P v a iaa Saoqnea, Made at 291 Main srtret. i 8 -icquei H rrotold A J29tal A n o th e r V icto r y .—Our American Ba«e Burner has just take* the firat-premium at tbe American Institute iu N ew Y o ik. 1 aad m s UL Du J l e y A R o c k w e l l , 333 Main s t . , eor of North Division. effected, whose appropriate epitaph will i-e Died o f a Frying Pan ” P rexexve tocr H i ^ th and keep T h e F lo u e t h a t H o u sekeepers W a ? t. Tho foUowing letter explains itself : L o m s v n a n , K o n t o d iv , B a e t a a b e r I* . 1863. M e s s r s . •'S e tter A H a i l e y —0 * * i « : O u r W'm’* W b a a t R o d f M U y Plow - lo o k h* p n m u m o u r '-tat* P a l . a a d is aaid to ba O a b -t in tbi* city. * • w o u ld He* t • a s j p * otra b u n Irrd barrel- per t o * . P le a s e ta ll th e flo * u»w, an d w a r m 'll it iv * t h . boat o f s a t s f a c tio n ; if n o r e 'u r s b e a o a a y . p.. ty. Wiluams. Tho above floor in for svle, a * iv*r in s t r n c - BOM, a t Cutter t f'S . • .*, 248 VV*-h:->«rton Areet. ^ ___ J9-1U*. V ,ra !' .u l a # E l llC * ia p a « r » - > « .h onrf F ind ir.-niK a e tery, A \enacx «• .in alo. ■'■■■•¥, M o u ldtn**, Krn. •*- . K iln Drtorf Do-'r*. - *!»zed and U o -red 9-j-h ■ - - a - — i o u t * W Ki'wdr; D\ -r or.rf a 5l,,iow ateo. lan ln a . - •! u n / <* ulyrti'n do*.* tu order .-r. fh u r t n - t ioe

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