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• f .1 v * ' I T ‘T i ' THE BUFEALO EXPRESS PUBLISHM D B T TH E EXPRE8S PRINTING GO. VO. 14 K. I T i N STREET. TERMS: 110 *0 8 00 1 10 T U BVKV1HO EX P R E S S , (tw o t and 4 P . H . , eaU v srsd to d t y N U c r i b m a t SIX T E E N Weekly, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. S A M E B U S I N E S S A M D LU C A T 1 0 S O F T U B L E A D I S O H O U S E S O F B U F F A L O . (T h e m ol o u r r a d o n w bo a u k * purchass# ia Buf fain, by cu ttin g th ia o u t a o d using i t a a a raforcnue, will MV* tlino a a d U o u b lo. Tho aoioetion h u bran ca r t f u l ly m a-lo a n d la a t n e t ly FIR S T CLASS. | AXK8, PLANES, EDGE T’LS, SKATES. L. A L J . W H IT E , t i l E icliauga. A O ’L I M P L E M E N T S , C A S T I N G S . A C . HOW ARD IRON W O ftA S , Chicago ao a r Canal BANKERS. H. w . B U R T S C o .. MAta oar. H e n a n . B O O K S A ND S T A T I O N E R V . ER N S T R IE S E R k BRO , 487 M ain, c o r R a h s * k M A R T IN T A T LOR, 004 Main. BRKRO A LEN T , MO Main aud 0 W. Saneca M. I L O T lS .x teM a ta. B L A N K B O O K S , S T A T I O N E R T , A C . Y O U JH i, LOOK W u O u A JO H N S O N . 300 Main. O H R ISTY « J ANK K 200 a n d 202 Main. B O O T S A S H O E S . A. L. K H I Y Y f c L B i S Main. JA M E S kl. J E W E f I , 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. C H IC H E S T E R , 104 a a d 104 W a shington. * N ) N K E C T I O N E I L S , (W h o l e s a l e ft R e t a i l . ) W . H. BULLOCK 4 CO .. 10 S. D 'virtue. C O N F E C T I O N E R S , ( W h o l e s a l e . ) H E N R Y H E A K N E , 61 aauera. H . A. M R N KRK, 4S0 Mali., n p r*»lt« Tifft H o u re. C H I N A , G L A S S f t C R O C K E R Y . MATT H a W O 'N E IL 210 s a i n . OKO. A. NEW M A .i, 444 Main. C A R R I A G E S . B A B Y a V f t W ALLACE, Lock uaar C o u r tar House. C R A C K E R S , ftC . OVENS k t'J N , 1«4 a n d 107 A liicott. C O A L , ( ^ k o l e a a l e a u d R e t a i l . ) C. BL DUDLEY k C o . , t o r F.rto and Terrace. O f f O lO * D A a I N , A g t., F s o t G snssss. C O A L A N D P I G I R O N . U. R . W lL iO N A CO., 96 O b i . c »r Mi #i#rippi. R. L. H B D 8 1 K O M , 2 L o n i a a r d a l W&arf, foot of M a la st<s#t. D R Y G O O D S . DODD, B U T A CO .. 80* Main. D R A P E R S ft T A I L O 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 . £RJCAB C H E S T E R , 48* Main. e n v e l o p e m a n u f a c t u r e r s . H . w ' p > 0 «AKK, t 8 W. Hwaa. E N G .H A V E R S O N W O O D . . ORO. D. W I G H T * /* v ***•• F A N C Y YOLOEU, R lE u L lN G . o . , % ^ F U R N 1 L U R E , A C . ISAAC D. W H ITE. 257 Main A. B K I s T u L a CO.. 203 Main. F L O U R , F E E D A N D G R A I N . W . H. C o ttU , Tcrraod cor Eva-i*. F R U I T A N D O Y S T E R S . NLATT F R U I T CO., 257 W a shington. F I N E B R A S S C A S T I N G S . BU F F A L O BRASS FOUNDRY. 70 E x c h a n g e G R O C E R S , ( W h o l e s a l e . ) A . M. J O ilN H T o N , 7 1 Main. G R O C E R S ( W h o l e s a l e s a d R e t a i l . ) B . D. HOLM AN, 170 Main. 41EO. W. BCOT1, 17 E heutea. G E N T S * F U R N I S H I N G G O O D S . A D D IS w N 11. STA F F O R D 397 Main. 8 M LAW H E N C E A .'.ON, 315 Main. MOTT A JftftNKDIvT, 3o7 Main. G U N S A N D J E W E L R Y . 4 . O. BOBttON A CO., 166 M ain. H O T E L S . B O N N F V 3 H O T E L , e o r W a s h ington and Carroll. H A R N E S S , S A D D L E S , A C . J . S. LYTLE A SON, 20 Exchange, ©pjiorito M ansion. DA.N’L K. H U * PH KEY, Successor to Jno. H u m ­ phrey A b r o ., 803 Main. H A R D W A R E , I R O N . A C . C. E. W A L B K IU C E , 271 Main a iul tl .Swan. H O R T 'iN S A K IP , c o r P - a rl and Soneca. SID N E Y S I I e PAP.D A C o , Hi M ain. FO W L E R A SONS, OS flensco. DE W tTTC. W E E D A C O .,2o4 M ain, c o r W. Swan. H A R D W A R E A N D M E T A L S . PR A T T A CO., 46, 46 and 161* Terrace. HO T A I R FU R N A C E S . A . D. G ILBERT, «6 Main. H A T S , C A P S A N D F U R S . C. A F. GE«<UOER, .'-OS Main. BKRGTOLD A H IM ., 201 Main. W M . W 1PFBRT, 321 Main. I R O N F O U N D R Y . BA O L E IRON W O R K B jP e iry, c o r Mississippi - CLIN T O N IRO N W ORKS, C n u rcli, oor Jackaon. I R O N F O U N D E R S , E N O I N E S , B O I L E R S q £ Q . W. T I F F T , SONS A CO., W a shington. nrO h l.-. I RV » N N A I L S , k . R . s p i k s , A C . PR A T T A <*'°* 46, 43 a n d 60 Terrace. L I G H T C A R R I A G E A N D S L E I G H . U. C. GODW IN, *o d W a shington. L O O K I N G C L A N S , P I C T U R E F R A M E S . HOW ARD A BUNTING# 16 *• 8 wan. m a l l e a B L K i r o n . PR A T T k LETC H W O R T H , i - and 64 Terrace. M A R B L E M A N T L E S A N D C R A T E S . 0 . 8. CO O I'ER, 411 Dela * a re. L SW a KTZ A C . 303 Main. M A R B L E A N D G R A N I T E W O R K S . JO H N CRAW FORD, 167 a n d 109 Niagara. M I L L I N E R Y ( W h o l e s a l e a n d R e t a i l . ) MANKY O’M KIKN.290 Sain. W . U. W o O U e A B u , 4<»0 Maiu. M O U R N I N G G O C D S . 'D O D D , BEST a CO, 414 M ain. m a n u f a c t u r i n g j e w e l e r s , & c . ■ . F. J U R N O L IN U . 327 W a shington. M U S I O d e a l e r s a n d p u b l i s h e r s . j ^ y B T t k M ISCUKA, 263 Main. O R G A N S ( P o r t a b l e P i p e . ) n a a n i r J . FELQ E M A K E R A 0 0 ,3 9 , 41 and 43 C linton O R G A v s , M E L O D E O N S , A C . ORO. A PR IN C E R CO., N iagara, S e r e n th au d Ma \ O I L S . P . M N W l A C . 8 . PRA S E , *15 a n d 67 M P L A N I N G M I L L S , D v 'H J R S , S A S H , A C . w . A. EVANS A CO ., M echanic. P L A S T I C S L A T E R f l p O F I N G . B. F . IN N E S , 244 Main. P I A N O S , M U S I C , A C . O0TT1ER A DENTON, 809 Main. P I A N O M A N U F A C T U R E R S . O. KURTZM AN, 106, 1«t a n d 110 Batavia. D I V I N E BROS., 401 N iagara, c o r M aryland. P A P E R H A N G I N G S , A C . H . V . Bl.ROK.214 Main. MONTOOMEKY BROS.. 295 Main. H R R R B T T N ICH 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 , 266 Main. R B. HAM UL ETON. 3U5 a u d 460 Main. BL L. B U M , 370 M aui. S E W I N G M A C H I N E S . S R O T R R f t BA K E R 8. M. CO.. 4U Main. ----------------- 1 ft W ILSON S. M. CO., 275 M ain, cor W ILOGX ft G IBBS 8 . M. CO., 14 S. D irieion. M O W 14 ff. M. CO , 18 W. Swan. F L O R E N C E S . M. C O .,401 Main. SADDLERY HARDW ARE, AC. F B f t T T f t L E T C d W O M H , 62 a o d 64 T e rrace. BILK HATr-SfANUFACTUBERS. a M A C U K Z I E . *87 J i liii. s t o v e j u o l l o w w a r e . | w t i A CO., eor. Hraue »L and E rie Cana S T A I N E D G L A S S . 'B O F P A L O STA IN E D GLASS W ORKS, 29 Pearl. f m o . L. B U R N S , 306 M ain. s t e a m c o f f e e a s r i c E m i i x s . K M A B * * OO., 511 I t e t . t t « d « SCHOOL rC R N lTU B E . W CH A R S f t SON, U i Serenth. SCALES AND SAFES. V U T P A L O SCALE W ORKS, 83 Main. ____ •CALKS, SAFES AND BELLS. L. D A V P O R m . M Me**. j TTOVKS AND HARDW ARE. I l i W , F f R R I S ft CO ., 440 Mato. S T O V E S , FURNACES AND RANGES. J . SW ARTZ * CO , 363 Main. TOBACCONISTS. ML M. ADAMS A C J . . 260 W a shington A 40 f t 60 Pearl. (GIBftO* P. HOW ARD ft C o .. 2W W a shm g tou. W ATCHES, JEW E L R Y ft DIAMONDS. r f T K l i r a JKW E L R Y STORE, m Main. f t B . DICKINSON, 254 Main. D A V . B. CASTLE, 101 Main. •rR T E M 4 BROS . 440 Main. W ATCH MAKERS ft JEW E L E R S . JT JU U B W ALK E R . 3 7 Main. VOL. XXIV. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1869. NO . 8 1 1 8 . r S I M M L P O K S A L E - H O I S E H . I 1 A D I E S . D O S T K U s H S O — B T A S D [ V E S I R A H L E H O U S E S F O R S A t E — -J back -e le a r tb e track . It ia c o w ing. j3b-3t i \ J * %urry fram e houae, B o 346 F a rgo nrenue, « i t h le t 42x165, new fram e b a r n , ahrubbary aud L O N T A N D ¥ O l N I > , • Jr*dt in abundance, gas, vre I. etc. ----------------------- --- ------------------------------ ■— - - -— ——- : 2 -wt'-ry brick bouse. Mo. 160 Dnnnvare, aooth c o r • B O Y L O S T — I N F O R M A T I O N W A N T - i r.er o l H u r o n a tr e e t, w ith a ll m o d e rn im p rorom o n U . ed of W. E A u « u n , a h o y 14 r e a ra old. heigi.t * , 2-atory hrick house, No. 112 E l.icott, northw - o t fe «4 10 inches light ha r aud c*»uiplrxion, wears g r a y , corn*r of N o r th D ivision, w ith Isrge brick stabk-. clothlr g . flgf.nl i u a r j add e - , a u j c A t W »«er ! e tc. » w u trail y looam-j, a n d will be aobi c h e a p an I age lateiilgeiice; wneu last heard from h e wse in V er , on reasonablet*iurn. •ailiwi Ohio o u t o f work *nd funds, s o d on bis wa> j 2 s*or> h u . k b o u rn. N o . CS P a r k atx n tt, w ith i o t 40 to Verm o n t ’ W h oever can give m e inforraatloi o : thp hom e Is elegantly flni h d th ro u g h o u t, his whereabontH aud wiU d e ain t h e b e r u n til I can ^ ‘d contains all m e d to * itoproem n e n ta. send f iir him hv E x p ress, will l-e lib e r a llt w e t drd ’ 3 -itory b«4dt bout*, w ith B n g tM i haw n w n t, No for h u trouble.’ A d d reai J O H N P. R o B NSON, St i l i * ^>*»th D irlskm stre e t, cwutral y k c a U d . gas a i.d | Al ian*, Verm -nt. k l t t ! * a t - r ; lot 25x100, a u d will b s sold cheap. 1 O S T — O C T T 2 5 5 , A S M A U T c U i U A , u t , n £ l % V ? & >) 1 J w h ite d -g, answ e rs to t b e a une of \T h v u n d s y - , Reai E ta l e B roker ' * *■ J i j _______________________ No. 1 Brow n 's B ill -fag- i w u x s n c i t . U C U S S T l l E A T H5 c m a b s i ______ B e v rauo, Nw*. UNDERSIGNED O P F I C R ,) 1. 1* 3 . f ASSESSOR.\ X Of th e d t y e f Buftalo w o u ld hereby give no tkoe t h a t , in n s m a n o e e« t h e thrsLtiews of tb e Com | m o n C o u n c il c t -a id c k y , w e have m a d s t h s following m m e u a t ruH i f o r **\ ia a f ter m e n tinoed, i (Utod by t h e im p r o n tb a t tb e s a id ■ ■ rasinsnt rolls w flln qf tb e B o a rd of Am— ew fo r i dpys from d a le, s u b ject to ez— ____________ __ by a n y person or persons in terested th e r e in , r ix : F o r c o n s tructing sew e r a a d re e e ire r a t t b e northw e s t com e r o f Exchange and Weils E L E C T ! # * . G E M E B A L E L E C T I O N . w h ite d v . a n sw e rs to t b e u a e e f \ T h u je d a y A r e » a .d will he p a i l for hia d o h v o r r a t 157 f'ark street. j3»-*t B O A K D l N C s A N D L O D G I N G . A G E N T L E M A N A N D H I S W I F E wish to obtain tc a r d in a p r r a t e b m r wh re th e r e are n-» o tner boarders, w ith room au . td r o o m ; ta*e term s and location. Address L. 8., t h - oflice !■ t i _______________ J3 -4t ( I I W E A G L E S T . , S E A R D E L A • F I. w a re F u m '- I e-l f-ont room s »nd br»ard J27-6t t i n - P E A R L S T ., BET. E a G L E AN D C o u r t vt A few boa> d* ra e a n be pi- aaantly see uam o d a t d w ith o r w ith o u t r*»oujs, f u iaished or n o t, ln a priv a te fam i j . k l-2t S A L E — C O T T A G E 2 u S N O R T H Lisiaion s c. in g. o d ovner rd e r in*ide and o n t wa ater. ter. L o t 35 fee* *ro ------ *—* ’ Cuif-t o n t h e promisee. S I A M t M l i U l S V C K . A P A R T N E R I N A _ tory w i r.ted Do’n« s p tying b u d u - hi , t-. L D W A R 'b ft BUCK LA NO. SH IN G L E FAC- Apply j 24 R A V l h i f . A N T E D — A SM A L L COM BIN A- lock s a f e s t No. 6 A rcade. J a MES C. -TRONO. k 1-2: W ' W A N T E D -S E C O N D H A N D SW E L L box c u t te r ; m u st b* ln itood order. ED W ARDS ft B L t.K L A N D , .« £ Kenrcx .V ] 9 H f c l i P M A L E :*. W A N T E D — A N g o o i reitreL c ta. • 9 7 S E N A C A S T . — t ) 1 <» j O iunibui D river w ith g j3 0 - l t _____________ W A N T E D IM M E D I A T E L Y — T W < ) I t boot m s k c r t to m a k e tew od boots. Inquire a t 44 W tfwrne a gt j26-4t H K L P ^ T b M A L E S . E L E V E N T H S T — A G O o D G I R L t ) j to do g -iuerai housew o rk; i n u < be w d l recom- iu ndcd. k l F D R Divtoioo m in g o a o m*Kie a n a o n t gas sn d w L o t 36 fe e t f m , 115J fe e t de-n . I n premises. p f E L A W A R E S T . R E S I D E N C E — T H E U b* a u ttfu l and com p lete pro per* v of th e late C h a rles L. Pierce, ©u th e w est side o f D elaw are St., -let. Ui ica a n d B u tler s u . Thia Ii a ve y de.irabic ho u w , Laving a l a ge lo t w ith p e n ty of Iru it, s table fa r r i a . e-house, etc. T b e dw e lling i« In good o r a e r th r o u g h o u t, aad suppli d w tth m o d e n im p rove­ m e n ts • th e r im p roved City proper y w o u .d >>e tak e n in exeban e for a portion of t-i« prioe, j 2 7 LYO.Njk BAKER, t r i e Land OMce. D o w n - t o w n p r o p e r t y f o r *a'e—The desirable p r o p e rty <,n th e corner of i—fayette and VVa h iugton sts, r e eu tiy placed ii< th o ro ugh repair, will > e sold on very f svorao.e term s with lm m e d iat - p asessioii. Also, Tbr 2-eu-ry F rem h - t i l e and basem e u t bri- k dwell­ ing. 15> d. 1*1 vision s t . , j u s t beeu p u t in good rep a ir, * i tn new F-ei.ch roof; has g*s, w a ter, b a th ; brick barn ou ai-ey in rear; nouse has 11 room s, be-ide* closets. Will br so d low a n d on easv term s and im in d l . t e passes iou. LYON ft BA K E R , J27 _____________________________ k r ie I A n d Office. 1 * l f * S E V E N T H S T . — W A N T E D , A 1 O U K od girl to do gtner*l housew o rk for a fam ily of tw o . reference iequlre-i. k3 31 U *» N D I V I S I O N S T . - W A N T E D O u expeiieneed girl to d -• g e n e ral hou-ework m a io ta I Jami>y, <*erman piefe.red ; goo -1 references ,-wquired. k l- 2 t - D E L A W , R E W A N T E D IM , J I v ) M E D IATELY, an experienced cook an<i chain*>eitnai i w ith goo<l rcferen .es. N o n e oth< r need apply J30’1 M U l A T l O M t J E J t X L E S . J A NTK1)—BY A YOUN G .SCOTCH tn J o ur»-sta:ra o r dini Ad-lreb- F o r s a l e — b y m McCOMB, io k Division rt. Flonrtng m ill f o r sals in tfce r l l ’age of W ill1 nek nea-ly new bvs all tbe m o d e m im p rovem e n ts, ibis is ©ne oi tb e finest m ills iu th.9 S late, )>«j* 24 feet oi wah-r. F- - u n d ry for aale in ’he v llatre of A u rora, in full irpeia'ion doing a fl • e bu.-lnesi>; this is agO'^d chanc- -or ny ona who wishe-i to engage in th u kind of l/Usiatsi. m .re and dw e lling fo r sale In th e village p f Wii- li'nk th 's ■ O' e of t n e finest buildings In th e place and Jn i n g a large country trad e ; wi 1 sell tn e stock il deni -ed. A 'flrst-u a s i residence for sale in th e village of A u rora; g od b a ru , ab<-ut 1 acre of g r o u n d , f r u it of all kinds shade trees, f tc.; a b o u t five m inutes' wal:. fro-*. t> s depot. V.ilage residence for sale In A u rora, w ith 4} acres ■f » fi j e g ir d e n la id. has every kind <f fru i t, good b a n ,, living w a ter, f tc .; a b o u t five m inute-.' w alk irom th«- j e p o t. F raale i n t h e village of A u rora, 2-story fram- houie, w ith w ing, finished off in fine style, ha* one 4-re • f U n d ; tw o m inutes’ w alk from th e depo . house new. F. r sale in t h e village of W iliink, 2-^to*y house w ith w ing, uollar, w a .. r, l-arn. one acre o f la n d fru it, ft-. For sale, ‘everal fine fir m s n e a r th c ri lage <-f A ’ - m r a , f r - m 10 acrei up to 120 acres, ali under fine cultivation. All o f th e a b o v e property w 111 lie sold cheap 'an d on eftsyrierma, c.r * ill a i e p a r tcily p r o p .r ty ui exchange. A FIRST CLASS R E S IDENCE FOR | X I sale ou Nia-.-ara s tr e e t, and als: I Roil for raising th e gut*er acrea* N o r th Di- I vision s t r . e t , ©eat tod.- of W aM tingtoe f st. e e t ........................................................................ I F o r raising t h e g u t te r s a o d 1 reef r ing eoro- ing on th e w e sterly bide of M ichL a n atreet, betw e en Ragle ■ r e e t and a point m idw ay tetw e e n N o rtn D ivision and Eagle s t r e e t s ...................................................... F o r ral-ing t h e guta- r a u d re a s t t l - g c u rbing oji th a w e s ter y vide <-t M ichigan k treet, betw e e n - or h Divi ion stre e t and a jo i n mi-’way b tw een N o rth Div.sion and Ragle s r e e l s .............................................. F o r re p Iring S c o tt stre e t, betw een H a m ­ b u rg stre e t a n d th e 8ta*e U n e wa lrosui F o r r e p al rang th - approach-s to tb e hr'd x e over t b e Clark and e k io n e r Canal on Ohio tre e t .......................................................... F o r repairing Jefferaon s tr e e t, b etw e en South D ivision a n d Swan s tr e e ts .......................... F o r r a iein r t h e g u t t e r on th e southerly side ot Prim e s tr e i t, b e te e e n D a y ton s tr e e t and ( e x ten d e d /ai d tiie r cel v e r a t the angle n e a r M a m - t r a c t ................................. F o r r e p a iring th e sou »erly • Ide * f fe r r s e a stre e t, betw e n th e northw e e ter y line of H e n ry street and a po n t a b o u t 75 feet i.ortnw e e t r y ih e - e f r o m .................... F o r raisin* th e g u t t e r and resettin g th e euroing a b o u t 150 1 eet eas e r i » o n th e to > th side ol Chi pew a stre e t, a t th e southeast corner of Chippew a a n d M or­ gan s tr e e ts........................................................... F o r r t p a - r i i g Scot- stre t, b tw e e n fctate Liue • a i i r .a d aud H eacock s t r e e t ........... F o r raisin* th a g i t t r across N o rth l» i'l Ion street on tn e west sid -2 of W a bington s t r e e t ..................................................................... For repair*ng V ernon* str*«t. betw e e n Elev­ en th and T w t-ith s t r e n t s ............................ F o r repairing V e rm o n t a t a e t.b e tK e e a r e n t * and E leventh stre e ts ..................................... F o r repairing V e m iin t s*rc-et, betw een T w e iith aud T h iiteeo th stre e ts.................. Fur repairing V e rm o n t stre* t,b e tw e e n T h ir ­ te e n th an d F o u r tw a .th strees* ................ F u r r e p a iring V e rm o n t s tr e e t, betw e en F o u r­ teen th aud H o d g e streets .......................... F o r repairing V e rm o n t stre e t, betw e e n H dge a n d Brem e n s t r e e ts ........................ ; Ve-m n t stre t, B rayton streets. F o r r e p a ir ing V e rm o n t s tr e e t, b etw een Bray- to u and Kogera s t r e e t ................................... Fur repairing tb a e a s t s ideof Madiso>. s treet, b e tw o 11 B a u taia s t e e t a n d a p o int m id ­ way b e t* e e n B a tavia and Peckham stre e ts ................................................................... Fur repairing th c east -ide o f Madison s treet, betw e e n a p o int midway b e t een Batavia a..d Peckham stre* ts to Peckhso. s treet. Fur r e p a iring *. h e w e st side o f Madi>on »tre*-t, bet a* e 1 a (-oint u id way betw een B a ta ­ via a n d I *-ckham streets to Feckbam F o r repairing sew er and receiver a t th e n o r th w e r t c o r n e r of Sw a n a n i M ichigan s t r e e t s ....................................................................... F o r c o n sent tin g sew er a n d receiver a t the no r thw e s t c o r n e r of * arroLI an d (falls stre e ts................................................................... F o r r e p e i ta g t b e sew e r and r e c e iver a t the • u th e a s t c o rner of F ranklin and C o u rt j stre e ts..................................................................... , For repairing sew e r and rec*iver a t th e j ■ u th e a s t eom e * of Genesee and Ja c k ­ son streets........................................................... •30 18 I F o r r e p .i r n g srw e r aad receiver on tb e west side of Pearl s tr e e t, about 160 feet no r th e r ly of Eagle s t r e e t ............................. ! F o r rep a ir in g eew«r and receiver a t th e nurthw e » t co ner of E>g.e and Ein: * ( nt eeta.................................................................... ; For c o n s tructing s e w er sn d receiver a t t h s lo rth w e st oorner of H igh and X u .berry T E L K O H A P H W I T E M S . j A b l a a t i u g a o e u l e a t occurred aft j N e a r J c n e j r , y e s t e r d a y L y w k i o f t J m m * I T b o m a e w a a f a t a l l y a a d t w o o t h e r s s l i g h t l y j To t h e Sheriff od th e C o u n tT of Erie: : > 1 S ir:—Notice ft fccreby klv e n , tfta. a t th e General ' T h e a a f e o f t h e A m e r i c a n E x p r e s s C o . o n Eiec’km t o he haki i n t h t s S tate on th * Ttamftay sue- j ________ . _ _ t u _ I eeediug t h e f lrat M sed*> e f X o v sm h e r s e a t , t t e fe. \ b<^ r d « r t r M M r A t t l y J o h a s o n o n t h s A. Kcl- A C o m p troller, to t h e place a*' W illiam F. ABee; A T r e a s u -er, i a t h e plaoe of W h eeler H. B rist 1; A u A ttorney Geawral, i a t t e plaoe of M a rshall R. Cham plain; a S tate E 'g tn e e r a n d Su rveyo r , t a t h e place of Van Reus «l*er Richm ond: to l Aft | iowmg o O c e n a n to he e lected, to-w it: . A 4«cyvtery of S tate, iu t h |J»oe of U n s.. | r Rich m o nd ; ) A C anal G o a m iM ioue I P H e y t, A n n s p e c to r o f S tate Pri R i v e r w a s r o b b e d e a r l y M o n d a y m o r n i n g o i a b o o t 9 2 5 , 0 0 0 . T h e k e y e f t h e s a f e w a a t a k e n fr o m t h s m e s s e n g e r s p o c k e t w h i l e h e w a s a s l e e p . T h e n i g h t w a t c h m a n o f t h e s t s a m a r h a s b e e n a r r a s t a d o n su a p i - P o o l s w e r e s o l d t h i s m o r n i n g o n t h e S t a t e e l e c t i o n * m o 0 t * * l e s b e i n g o n t h e W W f , A p o o l a f 9 3 0 0 w a s s o l d e v e n ;i* » t ; N e l s o n , D u x a o c r a t ic c a n d i ­ d a t e f o r S e c r e t a r y o f S t i t e , w o n l d hav* 1 5 0 0 0 m s j e m t y . I n t h e s a l s o f c h a n c e * on S i g e l r n o a i n g a h e a d o f G r s e U y , S i g e l I b r o u g h t $ 1 0 0 , G r e e l e y $ 5 6 . I n o n e o r tw o ; o t h e r p o o l * f o r s m a l l a m o u n t s G r t e l e y w a a th e favorite. WASHINGTON. T l * BOTFAL0 EIF1YSS JOB PRINTING OFFICE te m p t e a i y ' a t s c k t e . w i t t T H K V K R Y B U T M A T B R 1 A I k d k m m t . U p n p m . U ’. a n t i r a ) t a > K . i ol h C a rd a a d Jo b work. JtO . 14 RAflT BWA1V (fteeand F tao r .) re a l * a u ig k h r v s m i l l i o n o n e h u m i r t d an .: e i g h t y th o c a a a i d o l l a n . . All of w h o w tarm * of *6 4# I d ay o t Dooambar n - x t . to th c ptaca of B to f ten F. » A d i s p a t c h f r o m C a r b o n d a l s s a y s t h a t w , i n th a place of J c h e , # p ^ r t y is b u s i l y e n g a g e d d r a g g i n g t h e r i v e r w in e x p ir e o s t t e laat • f o r t h e b o d i e s o f th o s e w h o s e lo o t t h e i r A Judge . f th a C o u rt o f An>o*la, for t t e full term ( l i v e s b y t h e r s o s a t s t e a m b o a t d i s a s t e r . U p of eight years, f r um m ----------- F o r oouftUuctiog sewer and receiver a t th e 1 or h a a t co n .er of H igh au d M u lberry stre e ts.................................................................... F o r c o n * tr ctin g tew e r a n d rereiver a t th e northw e s t c o in e r of F r a n k lin and Swan su e e t a ..................................................... ’ | F o r con i t r u - t i n g sew e r and receiver a t t t e 1 aouihw estoriy corner of Ohio a n d Waah- M i g ' o o e t r e e u ..................................................... F o r r - f a i r i n g tb e tew e r and r e 'e i v t r a t the southw e st c o r n e r of W illiam and U lIoh i t r e e t t ....................................................... F o r r e p a iring an d m a intaining th e budge over P rim e 811p o . cau a l s t r e e t 64 35 F c r r e p a iring an d m a intain ng iron awing bridge over Evans’ S h i , C a n a l on W a te r • -T tet........................................................................ 603 00 JO H N M c M a n u s , OREO »RY RITT. R IC H ’D C. K iK N E Y , At-see-or*. Oflice iu t h e C ity Buildings, corner of f r a u k i i n a n d Eagle s treets. Office h urs from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m k t 5t 1 C o u r t o f Appeals, . ___ , u an n a y first, 1 Aleo a J u d g e o f th e C o u r t at A | ! u n e x p ired t e r m of Wm. K. - wi 1 e x p ire on t t e last day of Ti!ki4 r.f r*K«rl ■ sa m . *40 24 ,‘:*9e u t r,U lr, B Nason, a p p o inted hy t t e Oovernor, A p ftela, to fill th e I t o tw o y e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n n p w a r d t - rig h t, decs o e d Which ; o f s i x t y b o d i e s h a d b e e n r e c o v e r e d , t e n o f next. Is t t e i . . , t e O o v e ruo r. I m h o m h s s « b y f r i e n d s u rt t of Appeal*, to fill • h e j i f t t a H 1 I \ Joo! h n K. P o r ter was e lected, I j p . actast d aa y of. D ecam b er, i871.e c o *€ 61 44 81 56 81 28 81 3d 36 bo W I D O W L A D Y D E S I R E S A n J . r r . 1 ii... h**me p referred to high * « « < ly Mr*. **. B , Expre»s Otfi c. =? IT T - 1 good »ne on Lelawan* street. WomiiL-tke a m* d e rn tile d house and lot on th e ea t side of tiie city In p a r t iiavm e n t. F o r p a- lieu:are apply to H l'M E ft SA.NFOKD, 16 W. Swan s- reet. ’ ■)K S A L E —N*>. 46 E L E V E N T H ST., a new, n- a t a n d pleaaant inune dw e lling; fell lin ed w ith l.u z z a W lig , niarb.e manti* 9 , . a s . hot an*i cold w a ter bathv. * c. Lot 28Jxi»0. Price. 8360u LYON ft BAKER, Erie L.uid tdhce. \ 1 T A N I E D — A S I I U A T I O N r y jo u u g ladv in a telegraph cfflce or j304t ” b » a cierk in a j2 6 - lt A P E R S O N O K E D U C A T I O N A M * x \ - refinem e n t withe* asitu a t io u to tak e care **f an iuvaliil o r com p anion to an e lderly lady. Please ad- dri-M M , t h u office. j2s-H t a l T i A T I O N S - M A L K N , W A N T E D - B Y A Y O U N G M A N O F good h*.nines\experience a situation a* ssles- njan In a wholesale or retail house Salary n o . so m u c h of a n object i©< a th o r o u g h km -w ledce of th t business. Ad ^re* s V. B., Express Office. k2-ot W A N T E D A W W A T I O N BY A young m an r!> bookkeeper in a s tore, bank or freig h t oflice. Address G C. N ., tnis office lt B Y A Y O U N G M A N O F jKirieiice aa a s h o r th a n d w r t e r a situation anianoen is,\ o r general clerk . Addrese, s ialiiip salary \ W AN T E D —BY exporir.nee a s a » , D raw er 2rt l, B uffal\. ________________ F V K 9 A L L |?O K SA L E —A FIRST-GLASS PIAN O; a g ood h<irte EDW ARDS ft J2» G O O D K N G I N K A N D B O IL E U F O K ai th e I ni >11 PI*ning M l1. BOLI.fc K ft RLt H T fN W A L T . j28-tf Cor. Cr.icago st. 1 1 YOR ‘S A L E '- I I S F LET ON BU F F A L O R iver, t o dftpth t o t h a S h ip Cai a l , w ith a acid, lions! f r o u tag of 3o0 ieet ■ n a vid e sl p, ail docked. Applv to J OHN « ITU. 51 Pearl - t. A C R E L O T , N E A R T H U F A L K for sale, w ith fine Im p rovem e n ts , situated oc Dclevan ave ue a* d near • a n st. I b e build, ka ar. g <v and v- ry fU* a a n t ’a l and a v e r. flh- v a r i e t y 01 fru it Gravel wa k . Well fenced a- d tycc .lent sol »Yo Id exc' ai. e for d w u • 0 * n p ^ o p e m , or se! on en* term s . F o r f r i t e r p*rti t ap^iy to H L'.ML ft 8 > N F u ltD 16 VV^awan sn ______________ ________ A L A R G E E I G H T H O K - S E S ISNECA S T R E E T STO R E FOR S A L E - Oue of th e fr&nn store r on Seneca atreet, opj***- slte .he P o st ( ffve L >t 22x42. IA ON A B AKF.R, 1 Brown . Building. C l j i: SALK- N E W FRAM E H OU S E 1 and lot, 30x108 feet, house c o n ta:r..« five *«. uw, i.esklea 1 all a d p a n tr y P ric-, 811©^, down, lialaooe in s ix y e a n , by WM. 8. S N K L l, 3^8 Jeraev s l , ^»ext bl ck cast of Norm a l School. L \ ) R SA L E —T H E FO L L O W IN G DE r siraM e res ilencts: No. 2 1 Delaware St., 2-etory w ing and barn; gas, w a t j r a n d lunince. Loi P4)xll5. Ur,, 645 M aip *iL, 8 - 3 to n -, w ith 2-s*ory re a r ; gas, w a ter a u d furnace. L u t 2 0 t l l 5 , w ith an extension to W ashington t. No. 48» W a s h ingtonsL .S -story and attic, w ith a lot 18x36; gas, w a ter a n d furnace. Lot 26xK'0. 1 No 40 East M ohawk St., 3-story and attic; gas ar.d | w ater. A .ine lio^ee and large ground a t E t t a r i a , Genesee I eoUti ty. N t . 5C4 Main st., 3-story, w ith w ing; gaa, Water and Jurnscc. L o t 4 -’x l l 5 . ’ | N* . 74 L i warn at., 2-story and wing. L o t 73x40. I N< , D elaw are Place, gas, w a ter a n a furnace, j L o t dx20U. ! A p p ly to J O H N OTTO, P e a r l a t. ! F©r r e p a iring th e w est side o f Madison r tr e e t, j tetw e e n Batavia s tr e e t a n d a p o int m id­ way betw een B a jtv ia and Peckhaxn .-treets ................................................................... I F o r reps iring F e rry s tr e e t, betw e e n N .agara and > o r th W a shington s t r e e ts.................. I Fur rai ing g u ttere on th e east side of Micld- ean stre e t, betw e e n S c n tt and P e rry stre e ts.................................................................... | For repairing Carroll • t r e e t, betw e e n Van I R e n sselaer aud H y d raulic s t r e e ts ........... | F o r upeii ug g u tters on th e no th w e r terly sid e o f V irginia streets,b e tw e e n Sixth and s e v e n th stre e t i ......................................... For r e p a iring L o u isiana street a t tb e cross­ ing of Carroll s t r e e t ....................................... F o r repairing th e w esterly side of V irginia street, betw een N iagara and Sevcu b street* ................................................................... F o r repairing t'.e easterly sid e o f Virg nia t're c t , betw e en N iagara aud Seventh stre e ts ................................................................... F o r lepairing Carroll s tr e e t, betw e en L o u is­ iana s tr e e t a n d th e w esterly line of Lot 36 XU 51 32 betw e e n 8 vca- w ts ............................ 98 42 V U O D D I sale e h c a| 15 > O K > E - V M I I t S l l l i l . E S . /\ I R E A T I.N IH 'C E M K N 'IS -O N E BAY \_ 3 nare, Feven yeaxs 'b'd. s m n d and k ind; and one ligii w-agon. nearly new; om. of Web r s oak tanned silvt ,* m o u n tel harness, f r sale cheap Apply t«> » *1 tain st , Bufl 1 , or F ran k .in Hou e stal l - j28 U O B 8 U T O W I N T E R W A N T E D , j L J , having feed snd ic o m m n lat'.ons for 100 hors*-* u tn e Corn II l«**m, n*ar Lew i-ton. F o r fu r .h e r uar-ie*.lars anplv to s. H L M E , 1C W e*t wa . st. , ©r o ANDREW RPALD1.ni>, on th e , re ml e>. J23-I S d L b - _ port Able e n g ine a n d belief, »n com p lete running o rd e r , w ith pipe, be t . ftc F r parti-m ara *PP 3 B. ft. PKUV 0 8 T, W h ite's B s u k , or D L ifS lu R D IL L E R . N •- 36 «■ shlng ou s*. I V L f c l t t O V J l N . O F F I C E T O R E N T — A P L E A S A N T ■ ffice u- 5 Spaulding's rxchan?--. f o r per ttculara eoqui a a t 447 M aiu, c o rner Lafayette. St. J3*>-6t ________________________ _ r p * L E T - _L OOI I H R E E R O O M S O N SE< o o d floor witn bay windows, suitable L*r 1 gb: business . r dw ill g , m new b u Idiug S5 Nl g a te t Inquire on p reiu i* * f o r ow o e r, e a t e r aud gaa. J 2 - 4 t I m R T M S A N D P O W E R T O R E N T | Y Tam room s ar# desirable a n d ti e pow e r coe - ta a l (nquir e of E. f t B. H O L M E S , M ichigan st. and th e <!*nal Buffalo H T°o T O \ X T B O l l i E S . ________ O I T S E S T O K E N ’ T — No. 1* 9 P a rk stre e t, 2-storv brick; 0500 00. N o . 117 T u p p e r s tr e e t, 2-atory brick; 325 uO. No. 192 Oak stie e t , 1) s tory ©ri k; 0275 00. No. 112 E lbcutt, c o r n e r N o rth Division s t . ; 0600 00. LOUIS OTTO, k2 No. 3 B row n ’s B idding*. B r i c k d w e l l i n g n o . 3 4 5 m i c h i GAN S t., to let w ith tinm e n iate poaHemiou. D e e d in g House N o 8 Boston B lock, N iagara bt. Kent m o d e rate. Dwelling 112 D e la*are S t., ne»r Mohawk. A p p ly to C. G A R R E T 1', Real Estate it, 242 Main o t . j 30-tlt L E T — 9 6 L t t l L V J T 1 1 E S . ! S U P E R I O R c o u r t O F B U F F A L O ■ The Common C u*idl ©f tr e i y or Buffa o i avlng d e e r . i n e i to ta k th c land a d pre-perty • nec 9 -ary to lav • u t and <xtend F if «ent»i s reel, I fr. in it*'presen; ? eru.in*tiO'i a t or* s t r et to J < r e. ■ t e* t , c omm ucing a t * p Jut 208 fee*, easier y from j F o u jtte n h a r e - i , n th e so tb e i l y 1 no of Y. ik 1 tru‘-t; ru n n i g ihenoe -outherl - and parallel with I Fo i.-? eutb str e to J e rsey s’reet; th e : ce a t rix h i * gle* ast riy al*»i g ti.e o r theriy 1 n e of Jersey j >tieot fifty tern ; ti enc# a t 'ig h t a..kl-s n< ith * r ly t. ; York s tr. e t, tJtcnje along t h southerly line o. \ ork j s t r «H fifty f* e t t > t h e pia*. o.t begl ning; an i bsv- ■ ing d term in d to take and ap.-i ^ , - r a t tlio | ,.r*>PT v iieAtssary for th a t purpos , and Lav ! maid- appllcati\U to th e S u p e rior c* u r t -f li t>» o o r th e appointm e n t of th r e e com m is- oners io V e r taiu an a i*p*.rt U.e ju s t Compensation to < paiu to th e pers-*n o r 'p e . s -us o w n t a / * r i.avi* k an t- :«st iu -aid property and up--n -uch application th m dersignod, h . v i n j b een ap, ol t d such c* m- m is-tonere, do he ehv give r.oti. c t h a t t h e y *-i I m e et %t t'.’e house of M ichael 11. W illis, corner o f N o rt . and L r s - y treets, in -a ! j c r y of Buff «lo, on th e dih day f Noveni er, 1369. a t lo o'clock A. M , a n d tliei :e prooe o vie* i h e **id prop rty , a* directed and equtrod by tiie -ta tu e in such eas- m ade olid pro’ ided. D A N IEL N • O C rW o U D , WILLIAM W E S .U N . G R E U o R Y RITT. Comniiasioncrs. Buffalo, N o v e m b er 1 , 18t9. kl-6t IN ' T H E M A T T E R O F T H E E X T E K - lion of Sycam ore s*reet. T h e Common Council of tbe C ity of Buffal * h a v ing determ ined to lay out and A tend Sycam o re s tr e e t from th e easterly line of Jefferson stie e t n o r theasterly t * th e w e st line of W alden - reet; tlie cen tre line of said extens on to 1>e a *‘.raig h t ro n tinuatioii of th e .ine of Streamer* street as now laid uut , betw e e n Ua'< and Jeffersou stre e ts ; tlie n o r th and south Ituus < I said e x tension to be t h ir ty - th r e e feet d istan t a t rig h t angle* frem and Parallel to th e a bove describe*! centre Tim - J W a l v r t <JT . C A S I havfitg determ ined to tak e and appropriate V> A L .> L 1 o l , U f i B . | tho property necrs-ary fo r th a t p u n * * * , *nd 1*6 ’ | 1 in»da appli ation to th e S u p e rior C o u rt of T I R u n .'o f r ih e appointm e n t of th r e e com m issi'ner* :<■ * * r t a n and r e p o r j th e Just . r m p e n s a tion to 1 >« on Elk s t; posseeaion Nov. 1. M. McC’O llB 10 I i a i d t** th e l*erson o r p o n o f t. n - n i n g or having an b D ivsiou st j‘29 | iate-.s-t in said pro p e r ty , and u. on sugh application ,,-.-71 r r r r : ------ h n T u m F r I t,,e undersigned, h a r in g been appo n ted . i u h c m- O U S E S W 1 I H A N D Y V I T M O U I I mu<- p u e rs, (jo h c r c ty give notice t h a t they w iii meet { a t t i e law office o f C h a rles B e c k w i'h. No. 340 Mam strei t , in th c city of Buffalo, on th e six th dav ut Nov nn h e r , 186**, a t ten o’clook on th c more* b ig of th a t day, and t ’ cnce proceed to view th e said prop- 41 *0 51 83 61 82 51 06 101 98 H am b u rg s tr e e t from th c c r o s d u g of the Ni w Y o rk a n d Erie R a ihoad to a point 140 f e e t so u th e r ly ............................................ For iep a r tag wes* side of F o u rteen th strc* t , betw een R h .d e Island and Mossa- ChflXtU stree.# ................................................ F*r repairing th e **st r j - q o f F o u rleenth str. c t, b e tw e e n Khod* I s land a n d M*s£w chuaetta s t r e e t i .................................................. For repairing H f f street, betw e e n t h e State Lu. V a !road track and th e H a m b u rg tu r n p ik e ......................................... .............. Fur repairing Tifft »treet, ' e tw e e n Hopkta3 stroet a u d tbe S tate Line R a ilroad ........... F o r rep a ir in g Ferry st*oet betw e en Main and b e aw are a :r e e ls.................................... For repaii ing th e g u iters on th e n o ith rly sid e o f Exchange s tr e e t to c .n n e t with th e pevem e t ou W ills and E x haugo ■ tree* ................................................................... F p r pay ng t h e co iu p e n s *• Ion a w a rded t o th e ow c r r ow n e rs of th e lan j aud p ro p ­ erty tak e n to L y o u t and extend V n re uas.lu» street f om th e southerly c u b i-u of E l » s tr e e t to t h i uoreherly c*r.> line oi th.- A tU > tt io * d ................. 2,410 08 F . r rat-lug 'h J g u t t e r oh t^ e • a s t ride of N ag r* -tre-1, • o u th of Alb»ny s tr e e t, a* ih e sou beast c o n .c r • f N iagara au J A b*ny s r e a r s .............................................. 60 79 F o r c p nil g gutter* on Bo ck avenue fiom b e ta or* s r e . t to a p r i n t 60 rod* w e st­ e r l y .................................................................... 61 48 For ep a ;rin< Spring - tr e e t, b tw e e n Syca- rnoi• sjreet and a j*o'nt m id * a y be­ t a , e n Sycam ore a n d tt* u r i a a t r e e t 77 00 F o r repairing Jerter o i street, betw eea > atuew* a n d Rye-snore s tr e e t s .................. 61 44 F o r r e p s i lug O k street, betw e e a G o o d d l street and B u r tuu Al e y ............................... 41 73 l^ x w a b x a . For repa’rin g be ri..ew a lk on th e e ast • td« of IL c k o y stre e t , *>etwecn by—m o re and 'jti.esce stre e ts......................................... 21 00 For repai iug ih e -idewalk on th e east side 0 W a shington -tr^eT, betw e en t h e c u r b ­ ing and th e sidew a lk ou th e u o it h side 01 Lwan s t i e e t .................................................. 7 11 F o r repairing f e i-id walk on tb e ‘ea: side of O k hire* t . b tw«.en th e curb ng and th c -idew alk ou th e n o r .h side of aw an s t r e e t ............................. 4 45 F o r *epa r ing tb e sidew alk <*n th e ca9t side of O k street, btsw e c n tb e curbing a n d th e sidewa.k on th e n o r th tid e of aw an oe la r and w a t«r; in fine order. Diviaiou at. f j o L E T — A 2 S T O R Y B R I C K H O U S E , IT! W 1 1 H A N D fu r n itu r e to re n t _ first-elas# dw e lling on F ranklin st., between Allen aud N o r th st.*., furnished. 179 bwmn st , 2 storv briek, w ith o r w ithout fu r n i­ tu r e 63 Pearl *V,a s u it o f room s, w ith ov w ithoutT u m i- ta r e . 68 M a riner r t . . 2 story briek. 265 Pearl s t ., 3-#t* ry brick. O o rner C a rolina and J o h n s to n I lace, t-sto r y br.ck, furnisned. 124 Seneca *t., S-etory brick. 309 N o rth Division, 3-story fram e , a t 016 per in©. 507 Swan St., c o tta g e ,011 per mo. 225 N o rth Division, c o ttage, 010 59 p e r mo. ♦20 V irginia s t . , 3 -story f ram e , 035 per mo. For f u r th e r iu lo n n a iiu u applv to HU M E ft SANFORD, j£S 16 W est Swan st. E “ URN ISH ED HOUSE—A FIRST. clam new bouse, elegantly located and hand eomely furnish d , will be r e n ted u n t i l May l r t , 147**, to a good ten a n t, an tb e occupant p ropose# being ab­ sen t from Buffalo during t h e com ing w in ter; poaxe rio a w ill b e given as soon as desired. F o r fu r th e r gppiy t o JO H N tiT T u , 81 Pearl st. F o r repairing th e s dewalk on th e east side of Eim s tr u c t, betw e en th e curbing and th e siuewatx on th e n o r th -Ida of Swan stre e t ..................................................................... F o r c o n s tructing a sidewalk on t h e west side of M adison s t ie e t, bt tw een Brow n and Sycam ore street# .............................................. For rejw iring ridew alk on th e n o r th side ol N o rth street, betw e en F o u rteen th and a n d | Rogers street* . - .............................................. F o r rejveiring sidewaik# on t h e n o r th side of Ohio s tr e e t, betw. * n curb line o f Wash iu g ton atreet sn d a DDint m idw a y bo- tw e e n W*#hi g to - ai.d Indiaua s t r e e t s . . For rejvairiug * id ew a lk on t h s n o r th side of Ohio streer, betw een euro 1 n e of In ­ diana st e e t and a p o int m idw ay be­ tween Indiana and >Vo*hlngtonstreet#.. For repairing sidew a lk on th e n o r th e r ly tide of N inth stre e t, betw e en Carolina and Virginia s tr e e ts.................................................. | A b o a J u d g e ■ f th e C o u r unexpired term for wh ch J I which will e x p ire on t t e l d y « . n , In t h e place ut Louis K. W o odruff, appointed by the ovem o r u n d e r section th i r te e n / article six, of the S tate co n s titution. ! Also a J u s tice of t h e S u p rem e Fonvt. f o r t h e E ighth I J u d icial * irt ict, in th e p ac of Cnarlaa Daniels, whose term of .ffice will e x p re o a t h # laat d a y of Du- j ceuiber next. Also a J u s tice of t t e uprem e C o u r t f o r th e B lr h th Judicial Dis: r ict, ;0 fill th e unexpired t a n a f o r which Noah D a ria w s e lectod, w h ic h w d l a s p ir e a o t t e last ! day of L-eoembe , 1573, in th e p la e of George u . * mo . t , a p p o inted by th e G o v ern r, u n d e r section t teen, a r i d e .-ix, of th e S tate C o n stitution. Alao a Senator ior t t e T h irty f i m bem u s D latnet, i r a a f t o a t e t h « B o s t o n g o l d b r o k e r s com p rising th e ouunty of E rie. . I s e l l i n g g o l d th e r e : I f o u n d u p o n i n ^ n i n COL’S T T O F F IC E R S —ALSO TO BE ELECTED , t h * t h e K O M p U o f g o l d * t t h e B o e t o n c u . t OR SAID COUNTY: i t . . I t o m h o u s e d o n o t e x c e e d t h e p a y m e n t . • Coin, tk e notorious desperado, who created each an excitement in the streets ot Albany a few weeka since by shooting at tke police, broke jail yeafeerday af tern o o i and made good bis escape. H e waa a c c o t n paused by John O’Deily, confined ’ou » j charge o f burglary. The Sheriff haa o f f e r e e a reward for their capture. S a c r a t e r y B o u t w e l l w r i t e s t h e fo l i o w id e f o r n o __________U U A L A N I * K V < 1 0 _________ 1 8 6 9 . C 0 A L - “ * ANTHRACITE COAL CO., FOOT O F G S N E S K S ST. will sail un til f u r th e r notice tneee oelebratod ooal* th e follow ing prices p e r t o n o f 3000 lbs, delivered tu any p a r t o f t h e o ld city lim its, o u ts ide of w h ich a amah charge w ill b e m a d e f o r c a rtage: Ton |T o n IT o i L a ™P ..................................................... 00 40 44 800 2 50 Fiva M embere of Assembly; T h ree Scnool C o m m it i nert; A C o u n ty T reasurer, lu th e pUee of Choa. R. Dur- t plaoe of Amo 0 40 ftgg............................................. 10 00 3tova .................................................. io 60 C h e s tn u t ................................................ 0 75 8 4 50 6 10 5 36 6 00 T e rm s s tr ictly Coah w h en ordered. GEORGE D A R IN , A g e n t. Buffalo, Nov. 1. 1869 ^jj.J£NULNE LACKAWANNA COAL For M a n u facturing and D o m e stic use,w h ioh is mine.! and s h ipped only by TU MLAWARI ASD ILDSDS CASAL 01. Tne undereigned a re now prepared to receive ox- lera f o r tk e a b o v e sup e rio r ou a lity of ooal. which will b e aereened a n d delivered in good condition in quantities t o s u it purchasers. M e e t f o r t h e present, C to a of 3900 lbs, delivered w ithin t t e old c itv ta, a r e a# follows: Ton. ( Ton. } Toe. Or»*a............................... 09 «o 4 80 2 60 E g g ................................... 10 00 6 19 2 65 S to v e ................................ 10 60 6 35 8 75 C h e s tn u t ........................ 9 75 5 00 3 64 Also, B luet b u r g , Lehigh L u m p and prepare.: ooal. Scotch a n d A m e rican Pig I r o n , F ire B n c k , e tc . wholesale and r e tail Also, Agent* for t h e sale o f p u re CONNELLS VILLK COKE, m a n u factured by th e P i ttsb u r g h f t vouueil- ville Coke Compauy. G. R. W ILSON ft CO., __________________ 06 O h io s t . . c o r n e r M ississippi. BLACK DIAMOND COAL. JOSEPH PORKER ft CO., MIN’ERS AND S H IPPE R S O F BLACK DIAMOND COAL. Two Jusffces of S e e -iins, In t R u b e r 11 a* d •*Illiam W. Russell; A Cur ner, in th e place ©f N ich la# W alsh; All o f whuse term s oi office wili e x p ire uu th e la*t day f Decem b e r 11 x i , he at* entioti uf I n s p e c to n of Election and C o u n ty Canvassers ia directed to Chap. 315, of th e 1 aw i ul I860, e n t 1 led “ An act to prov de fur s u b m itting tlie M n s a d a d c o n s titu ti o n to th e elect r e uf the S tate,\ passed Ap* 11 24 b , 1309, p u r s u a n t t o w h ich, th e am ended Const i u tion proposed by th e C o n sttti-tional C o n v e n tion which closed its s ittings t ebruary iw e i.ty- • t h h , eigh'eeu hundred andaixijr-eight, will beau m itt d to 1 be qital tied electors uf tb s S tate a t the aaid general elect ion o be held on th e Tuesday suc­ ceeding th e first M o n d iy in N o v em b er 1 ex t, and a t such el c t io .1 each el c to r will be e n t i t ed to v to separat* ly f u r o r ogaiiis- such am e n d e d C o n stitution, Hcnoo we could not toll gold in Boston without chipping it from N s w York, wbil in nil other < itiee where gold ia aold in im a . quantities the receipts exceed all ordinan payments in coin. Upon these facta 1 h a v i declined to make salee in Boston, and incut tbe expense and risk of moving ooin. John B. Norman, veteran editor of th* New Albany ( Ind.) D aily Ledger, the ola' eat daily in Indiana, waa suddenly s t r i c k e n w ith apoplexy Monday, and died in a abort ci »ry a r ticle, or f u r o r agu n s t a uniform rule of a* sessm em and taxation uf real and (>ersonal property, ■•nd for or a g a inst p iuperty quoJifioatiuu fu r oolured T h e last rail of t h e N ew York snd Oswe­ go M idland R a ilroad, com p leting the lim betw een Oswego and N orw ich, Lhenang- eounty, waa laid a t six o'clock la veuinj. near Oswego. Adm iral F a r rsg n t and family k . . hicag* S H E R IFF’S O F F IC E , E R IE COUNTY, ^ yesterday m orning for the eaat in a special B i r r a l o , A u g u s t 3 d , i860. ■ * * j , , .? To U » EU c V ,r, F r : . O . u n . , u I K ol U „ , t ' n d e r t d b T t h e 1 ‘ t U b u r g , F o r t W . y n . Supervisors ©f said C o u n ty: ; ft Chicago R a ilroad. H e waa unite W e a k * G e n eral Elect on is to be held in ttria C o u n ty on * . . . , . . r i » r - - - — * ot Novtm- when he s tarted nut m eans for hia comfort Respectfully, yours, ftc. 11. A. KELSON, Secretary of S tate. th e T u e sday succeeding t i e first Mondav * ber next, at which th e r e are to l»e elected the offic rs . w e r e provided, above m e n tioned, and tho Cons’ itu iio n sliove mei: j * tioned is to be *mbniitted to t h e qualiflfd electors uf The feeling against Captain John T th e Slat.-, a d uf a h ic h vou will p ease tak e i otic« | w . - ., . , . T , All p u b ic new spapers in this c o u . ty publish once j W a s h i n g t o n , o f t h e S u b m a r i n e N o . 13, w h* in each week u n til t t e electi ti. h3-Thdae E L E C T I O N N O T I C E . CITY C L E R K ’S O F F IC E . ) Luff lu, vcto b e r l i t l i , I860. ) J 28-61 SHARPSV1LLE, Met c a r Co , Pa. C O A L A N D C O K E . WEBSTER & FREDERICK. O F F ICE AND YARD, 219 ER IE ST., TO C 0 I T S L IP, W in sail gcuuine Lackaw a n a , 5crouton, P itts- ton, a n d o th e r h a r d cools. AIho, a rle a n d Cleve­ land best sort cr«l*-, B lossburgh, s o ft n u t and slack for s team purjaises at t h low e st m a r k e t price whicl. w i l be a e reened and delivered in good co n d ition, in q u a n tities to su it purchasers. B ranch oflice No. 9 W. S e a n i t A L B R o ft B k R N E , A g ents. ELLIS W E B S T E R , P. f! FRED E R ICK . J . , T . H O O h E & C O . , D F A L E R 1 IN HARD AND fcOFT COAL. O F F IC E .......................4 N Diviaiou St., Buffalo, N. Y. J . T. H O O L E . ______________ K. L. H E P 8 T R 0 M . Q O A L , COAL. A . & J . H A M I L L , >**. 94 S a t i ^ S t m t l'« r w r t l lisiistip p i. Have on hand and for aale a t th e low e st m a r k tt ,*i-ae G E N U I N E LA C K A W A N N A , bitum inous a n d B .osaburgh Coals. Ali coai s a an • p*>rf**ctlv d r v T e rm ‘ cash when o d*>red passed th e Stonew all while she .waa burn | ing and when, i t is said, m any livea coul* : have hem saved, i- very intenae. H e * i condemned in unm easured term s, A r e p o rt \ j received Mom C a p tain G irardeau th a t vigilance com m ittee haa been formed t< by give.-; th a thc / unu a l City E ec i lynch C a p tain W aahinfftou o n hia r e t u r n ul> dm t ' «* c;ty of B ffalo, on Tuesday . . . first Mon ay of N**v mb-.r next. ' kh® n v e r . Deputy’ S heriff M ajor Jam e s Fitzw illiam , I of Evanavillc, Indiana, waa shot tkroug) FIRST W A RD. | th e h e a rt M o nday n ight in*a saloon b y one oi First D istrict A t the ho-.»o of Steamer Perry, ’ fK .. -r , , , aoruerof Perry and Washing n street*. , «*• cltY P°hce- The m u rder caused great 8 e«ond District—\* the house uf John Hanrshan, ; e x citem ent. A gentlem s r tk e tn ten o r or V irginia N o tice is ! e r tion wiil !*e h tcoee i g the The following are t e piac s de ig ate*i hy th* Com non ( u cil f o r holding tiie pull* in t t e sever# i F r iction Di tr.cta oi th e city. ibtorly ^ J O A L , COAL. D sFO R E S T 4 COYE, O F F IC E 2 T 4 Q lN E fip .k ST., O P P O ^ l E TH K OAS W O RKS, Hav# on h i n d and for aale a t th e o « e s t price, the •sat q u a lities of B IlU M G M iliti, A N r itR A C T IE a n cLO a d B U K G C u a LS. D x F O R E d T ft CV)YE. Buffalo. f-*lv 14 1800. on t h e n o r th aide of Elk s t r - e t , f o u r th h* from the railro a il'tn u k. T h ird D istrict—A l t h s fl >ur s lore of Tho 'h i r d dK*r from Txvuielarta street, n c r th aide of LlK stroet. | w r i t e s t h a t t h e to b a c c o c r o p w i l l r e a c h o n h ! a b o u t t w o - t h i r d s o f t h e a v e r a g e y i e l d , b u F irst D u t r i c t — ‘ t T h o r p » H o u a e , c*jrccr W sailing- : J * ton aud Son- c a street#. t h a t t h e p r i c e s A re h i g h e n o u g h to e q u a l 12' Second Id - t n c t — A i th© house of Steam e r Ooorgc • _ , wi ... , . . *t. Yaw, on South D vis un street, betw e e n W a d i W ln v 0 l u o ^ l l l b e lo s t i n q u a n t i t y . Th* ton and E llicott btre. H l e t t e r B a y s t h e c o r n c r o p ia a f a i l u r e , an*: Thn*l Dirt ict—A t th e shoe shop of H e rm a n S t oot- , * • m a n , No. 14 F im rtreet. t n a t s c a r c e l y e n o u g h w i l l b e r a i s e d f o r horn* T H IR D W ARD c o n s u m p t i o n . T h e w h e a t c r o p h a a beeL F ir s t D irtrict— At t h e houae of Danis* B a rber. ru m a r k a l i ! v Finn a n d > *. r f K i u n . y . u i . , »*>d . b a n d . n t , > a d t h . street. _ ___ p n e e o f flo u r i s c o r r e s p o n d i n g l y lo w . A fire in B r a t t l e b o r o , V e r m o n t , M o n d a y FOURTH w a r d . ! m o r n i \ g . d e s t r o y e d p r o p e r t y v a l u e d a F ir i 1 u t - ie t — A t t e O 'd C o u rt House on Waeh $.r,0 .0 0 d . T h e p e o p l e o f t h a t c i t y th i n k luiiton --roet. . , , , , ec nd D o t- ict - A t th e house of Steam r E’fle on j t h e y h a v e h a d r a t h e r a b l u e m o n t h o f i t — » uron sireet, betw e e n W a y h in|tan vad k r .ico ti . 4 3 G 0 ,0 d 0 f r e e h e t a n d a $ 5 0 , 0 0 0 fire. O u r O m a h a d i s p a t c h s a y a t b a t p a r t i e s f r o m t h e S a l t L a k e r e p o r t t l i a t s e v e r s M o r m o n d i g n i t a r i e s ^ c n a e u t e d w i t h th* \V 1 liom at.*.', io n v x i - u p e r a t i v e A 3 S * > c iation h a v e bee© p u b l i c l y e x c o m m u n i c a t e d b y th o M o r m o t c h u r c h - C o n s i d e r a b l e e x c i t e m e n t p r e v a il© a m o n g t h e i r f r i e n d s . N e w s h a s b e e n re c e i v e d fro m F o r t F e t t e r n a n s t a t i n g t h a t th r e e s o l d i e r s , w h il* o u t h u n t i n g tw e l v e m i l e s fro m t b e fo r t , w e r e s u r p r i s e d b y i u d i a n s a n d tw e o f th e n j k i l l e d . T b e i r b o d i e s h a v e b* e n re c o v e r e d . | S i r K i c h a r d G r o n v e n o r , M a r q u i s o f W e s t - j m i n s t e r , d i e d y e s t e r d a y , a g e d s e v e n t y - f u u r . Second D irt iafc— A t th.; Engine House of Hydra© ic Co. No. U, on S-.nera s iiu e t tieeto Tlii d r-lotilot—A t th e h u«e nf George Hess, tb e n o r th ride c i * u p p e r a tr e e t, near E .m at r e e t FIFTH W 4 R D . F irst D-'s’ric — A t M . g taliue© C o m pany h- use ! * . * h e e st aide of P tue s .re e t, betw e e u IM liam ar.*.', ’ Z\ CTi* ton street\. c . H . D U D L E Y AGO., W h o lesale and R e tail Dealer* ta A F U iiM S H E D H O U S E TO KENT. M y bouse, No. 617 M ain st., Buffalo, w ith a garden in a blirh s tate uf cultivation attach e d , i- to Im r e n ted to a sm all fam ily fo r th ree or rix m o n ths or un til th e first o f May u e x t. P o n e tion given on th# l r t of J v '; . ’’iano, pictures, ftc., included. Gas, w a tor, fu* . ^ooa#hed and barn. F o r infer m o tion, a p p h o a t a e prem ises on any tav before lb A M. d u r in g t t e p r e s e n t m o u th. uBOKGJC W | folo. U O U O H T O > , No. 017 M ain »L caae m ade and j>*-ovid t1 BiVTALO, O c to ter 19th. 1869. CH A R I E 3 BECKW ITH, H. H 4 G K 5 , klt5 t. JO H N MC MANNUS. J ^ O T I C E OF IN T E N T I O N .—N O T ICE CROSSWALKS. For rcpalrir,g stone croM walk across Lofar- e tt e s t r e e t , ou tho w esterly side o f W a s h ­ ington s t r e e t ....................................................... F o r re jw iring s tone crosswalk s c r o * N o rth Divtaioa stre e t, on th e w e r t ride of W a s h ington s t r e e t ............................................ F o r c o n s tructing stone crossw alk across W a e h ington rtre e t, on th e n o r th aide of Exchange s t r e e t . . _ hereby given t h a t t h e Com m on C o uncil of th e city of Buffalo in tend to order tb e following I described w o rks in said c ity , vix.: J „ I h e eart side of Main stre-1 repaired b e t - e e n th e , For eOBgtni3tllir Cros-w a lk across sreetorly southerly line of N o rth Division atreet a n d th e north- half of M ississippi acd sou th aids of erlv curb line of Sooth D ivirion, by tak in g up th e j fccott s treet ....................................................... preeant pavem e n t betw e e n tb e curbing at.d t b e ta il - I ruad irack , a n d reU y th e sam e w .th flat gutter* | For ,^on*. B., ffalo, Oct. 29. 184 GEORGE 8. W ARDW E L L . C ity Clerk. T .L E E S , T R E E S . — N O W IS T H E T I M E j . r settinsettin gg o u tt shadehade tress.re-Jt. T h ee subscriberubscriber offer to t t e puhllc several thousand ot th** . . . . - *. ... * *> n o u s t T h s „ J e r to t t e puhlie several fin st elm ai *1 c h e st u t t r e a t th e r e is in th e 5 tate, from t « o to t b ee and one-bail in c h r s >n d iam e ter, and frem tw e lve to eig h teen feet h-irh; ha- 7*«**d them from tn e see*. TTtev are th r if ty and wel. r* ©ted. Ti-oee w h o are « a n ting .-hade trees to set in the -irc e t.o r in law n s, c a n b s s u ; p i ed in any quanti- , U rgege orr smm allll sixa,ixa, c ff t t e abovebov.: kinds,inds, a** reasj-n-r ty . U r o s a s o t t e a k a r s i -n ab.e Prices. W ii. HODGE, 933 D al, w are r t B u l­ lslu. * B22-TF7t T O L f c T - S T O K E B . MARRIED. O M ITTD f —J ERKOLD—O e t 37, i s 1 by Mav. A. 4. W iioux, Mr. Ludlay _____ f i m I M I J JareaM , both al Eaai H a m b u rg M U M D - B E I J U I A P —O c t. 37. t a Edao, by U e Rev A J . W l’fijX, M r. F ranciaM . F o u n d a a d Mim leelia L. Moliinap, b o th of Eden. ■ m B A E D —GOODM1CB—O eL 33, a t O r e m C h u rch. V — Yo»k. t e t • ML Bov. H a v ario P e tto r , D . D .. La-«ar D U b t a m , of Buff .to, M. T . . a d Mre. f l i a l i H f G o o d rich, form e rly o t Cblm g u . No tafia ■VKN1—HULL—Oet. 33, ta thto dty. t e tte 1 Dr Ite.ton, Goorga L. tsunu to Mary E. MnB POR R E N T —T H E EftflTERLY TWO ■ t a t t e C o u rtar B lock, eor Terrace and W a fl ret-rate location fo r a flour a n d teed A lso, t h a t p o r t of t t e C o u rtar Bloek above ti a rtoraa, a m ta r y of th a private actra.sc©. tu n a b le for a h o tel o r b o a rding housa. PoaM M loa*iven im m e d i­ ately. ___ F o r p a rticulars I n q u ire of FR A N K L IN D . LOCKE, 38 E rie r t. k l-dt D e s i r a b l e s i u j ■ tsoied o n M dtae a t., feetw a i u K E T U R E N i — _ s t . , b e e a ^w o n end s no- ta t m . ; te firat a tom a a d vary d e irebly lo t a 'a d ; will b a v a m iad aa d pemsmtoo g taoo a b o o t t t e I B b task. For f u r th e r p e - tk u l rs a p p iy toH A K T lN G S f t OTTtJ, Mo. 8 Brow a 'a B u lldtag. L ’ K IE C O UN T Y C O U R T .—FRAN* i s A S p .aae and L u c r e ti. A. ti# wife, pla n tlffs, | o**tn# Charles IL M rong, K a te Strong and Hortmum U H a m o t defender:ta 1-tu th e ik f e n d a n ts abov* nam e d , a c d each o f them : You ore hereto sum m o n e d to a n sw e r th e com p laint in i h is octi* n , ood serve a copy of y o u r answ er oa m e. a t m y effloa.ln t t e d r y o t B u ffalo,w ithin tw enty dare a t t a r t b e service bo* o of, exclusive of th e day ot * u c h service, and if 3 «u faU t o .m w r th e corn plat 1 1 sa af a r e a s d , th e p t o a u f f wiU apply to t ' t ©ourt f o r l W T f f i fd e o m n d t e ta eeid c o x p la .n t which c o m ila n t woe filed m tn e office of th e Clerk of i h e cou ty of B r i e ,a t arid arty , on th a tw a n ty- rix th da of O c tober, 1800. l% tad Buffa a , OA . 36. H t t A. L. BAKER,_ J3T W9w T T 9 f A t t y , D U D . B O T O - O r t. 30. a t y n WUW-k O i f M n . S r . J o k a K . - c c v t t , t s A n o . . , D .-* J M N I C U . R ° i L D A ,iD HOKTOAOES FOR SALE _ ___ “ 0 .1 ft BAKER, E rie Land Ofloo. l L r O N S T T O L O A N — I H A T E F I F t t » tb n n m ail doUara. whfcfc I v in h t t tavre >y mertgagM. JO K A cTTO. 13 v c o r t g a o i S \F o r s a L r — i u HBM ff ft BANF 8 B » , U W 10 W . 0w a a i t j crosswalk acroat h*>rth Terrace s tr e e t, on tb e n o r th ei ie of C h u rch etrcet ................ ................ stone th e n o r th e rly s ide of For e o n s-ru c ting W tUs street. Exchange r t r e e t . . Fur c i n s tructing atone eroaawalk ecro^e Carroll atreet, o n t h e e a s t line of W elle stie e t ................................................................... F o r e o n s r u t t i n g a tone c rosewalk across Car­ roll street, on th e w eet line of W ells • t r e e t ...................................................... Fu* ooostructing st ne cross-*elk acrom W ells s tr e e t, ou s o u therly side of oeue- ea rtre e t ............................................................... For oo c rtru e ttag a tone ernm walk a e rom Gen- <eaest. e e t, an th e weet ride of M loft o ry For e u n s tructing atone _ le n t h street, on ih e nur bw e sterly ride of Me*y.and r t r e e t .......................................... F a r con tru c tln g r t . n e rrem w slk e r r m T e n th r t wet, on eontbeasieriy rid e of H u d son a tre e t .................................................... F o r repairing atone eroaawalk acres* Chin* pew s r tr e a ; , o n tb e t a s .e r l y rid a o f D ri- aw a re ........................................................ SUGAR LOAF. LEHIGH. SPRINGBROOK, FR A N K L IN , PHTSTOJ, LACkAWmL BLdSSBlKfl, El) A N D CLEVELAND^COAL. Principal Office O O R N E R E R IE A N D TERRA C E STB. YARD , FO O T .O F E R I E ST. Buffalo, A p ril 31,1800. Q U E R N CITY COAL YARD, G E N E S E E B R ID G E A ND E R IE CANAL, Office 390 Genesee s t., Buffalo, N . Y. F o r sale a rood asaortm ei t of a ll lrfndi o f H A R D AND S j F T COAL, w h o le-ale and retail. C o n stantly on hand also, a superior quality of H A R D A ND SOFT WOOD tor mole, oawtd an a s p ill, o r in th e s tick, de­ livered ta any p a r t of th e city. D ealers w anting ■moll lota of ooal o r w o o d will do w ell to give u s a call b e fore p u rchasing e lsew h ere. 8. DARLING. 0 O A L , COAL. FARNHAM ft ALLEN, O O R N E R E R I E A N D RIV E R ^ d T R E E T S H e r e on hand, a n d f o r sale a t a ll tiniea,PITT8TON and o th e r h a r i o i l i Als>, rtr; j be t s j f t coa B L 0 3 3 B 7 d G i l, L&AiGtl, SLA G i. and N U T , a t t .v » . a * r ,S - p ri s e * . F Y ^ V ^ A M f t ALLK N •JJN I O N COAL A ND WOOD COM P A NY, F o o t o f O o a r t at. A large q u a n tity of HARD AN D SOFT COAI FO R SALE, A n d 1000 0 0 R D 8 O F CANADA WOOD (Beaol aad Maple), e ith e r ln s tick or saw e d o r s p lit. D e livered l n any p » r t of ti e d ty . L iberal deduct! o m m a d e to dealers. 11-tf DARLING ft MONTAGUE r r i k l T l t l i * , N . T. f f S M f l C T I S S t t l . pRESH . PURE C A S D I t S A re to o a u lo c tared e v e ry day at M', LONG t CO.'S. 193 MAIN ST. m m . » w W .:« d 7'\* w tlillk e th e i r good* a a d prtaaa. iF E C I A L R a T » TO DBALXBR P rim e ee lew a a d fu s M g sa d pi ibto g os g o ffi es ny t e a m ta t b e trad*. F o r r e p a iring »\•*« sew e r tn Peacock s tr a ta, a t t t e entering o f axle r tr e a c ...................... F o r e o x r tr u c ring a brisk sew e r ta ad e w a lk on e o u tb iae of B itav ia r tr u a t, fr**m th e s w e r in P r a t t stree*. to a p o int 20 feat easterly of bpring s t r e e t............................... F o r r e p a iring r i -e s e w e r In eart - ideof Fear! rtre e t, abo u t U 0 f e e t n o r th o l chlppo- wa s tr e e t ............................................................... F e r upeatng, cleaning an d repairing sewer in libn o L street,T « e tw ;en liuBalo R iser and P e rry s t r e e t ............................................... For e x t r i work on tho P e n rsylvenia itre e t -sewer user w w e r pipe a t th e crossing of F u i.rtcecih stre t ........................................... E c r r e p .irip g side sew er In *ou*h rid e of C o u r t atrc t, u* iron# of > n© Couaiy 8 a Inga Bam ...................................................... F o r p l- h u m g and lepairl g m a in sew er tn South le r ace u t s t , eom man r ing at ^saeeee s t r e e t .................................................. jp U R N I T U R B FOU EVERYBODY AT REDUCED PR IC E R A very large a s s o rtm e n t of FURNITURE, CHAIRS, A ND UPHOLSTERY GOODS ON HAND. F u r n itu r e m a d e to order, and rep a irin g , bexi rte ., d o n e t a t t e heat m a u n a r. . M-W-F ____________ fiAAC D. W H IT E 13T M ata r t tkco d b strl-t—A t m e bouse of Oonrod 8 eber. No. &S 9 h a tevts itreet. Tlii d Dis’-rio t - A t th e huuse - f Philip SchweUi, No 484 W illiam s rc r t. SIX T H W ARD First Distric*—A t t b e bouse * f J s c o b Finek, o n the n o r t ■ s e t oorne* Batavia anu W a ln u t at* e e ts econd D istrict— A ihe liouae of H<.nuon Ueuiici., No. 4 *9 Gene » reet. T h ird D istrict— v t tu e house of Adotu W .ck, No. 5&1 B a tavia s reel S E V E - T H W AHP. F irst DDiric*—A t th e h o u se of George R ickert, No. 573 Kilicot* r t eet. hecou-i D istrict—A t t h • h ouse of St revan W'ocken- e:-h- lm r, 161 Best r tr e e t , a t northw e st c o iner of I Mich gan street. T h ird b i s tr e t —A t th e house of P e ter E r n s t, No. | 572 Genesee atreey. n EIG H T H WARD. F irat D i'trio t — At > Id Po'ice S tation No. 1. j Second P ia tr ic '—A t he huu.-*e of Max A d ler, cor- | ner uf Canal a l.ey and C o u r t street. N IN T H W A RD. F irst Distric*—A t .he S treet Com m issioner's Office, •o rn e r of Fogle a u d tons lin - tr e . U S**c**nd D istrict—A t th btoam e r N i gara’e o'd house, N iagara s t r e e t betw e e u Mohawk and Georg.a streets. TE N T H WARD F ir s t D istrict— At th e house of Thom as Conway, cn Eleventh street, b e tw teu V irginia and Caiolm a street\ Second D istrict—A t th e house of P h ilip Beyer, corner of 5Io*n im J C ripjifeaa r ti t c t s . ELEV E N T H WARD. F ir s t D i-trict—A t a wooden cottage (No. 978) o n the w e sterly side of S ixth rtre e t, n e a r N iagara 't-e e t . Second D istrict—A t th e police e t t tlo u o n Fore***, avenue. T h ird D istrict—A t Police Station No. 6 , on Main •treet. TW E L F T H W A RD. Firat D istrict— A t tlie house of F r e d e r l.x W U kar on N iagara str- e t, betw een Pariah and H am ilton streets hecond P i - t r i c t — 4 t th e hou--e lately occupied hy H- m y Mochel, n e a t to an* adjoining ih e house of Dr. Tuhie, on B .ffalo Plain# m a in road. T H IR T E E N T H W A RD. • A t th e liouae of J o h n 8 tam p , a*. M or-ln’a Corners. Tlie following is a lint of t h e officers to be elected a t s a id e lcvtioifin place of t h e p r sent Incum b ent*, bil of whose term s of office wil. exp re on tho first M onday in J a n u a r y next, viz : A J u s tice hf th e S u p e rior C o u rt in p ace of Isaac A Y e rplanck. A Mayor in plac: o f W illiam F. Roger*. A CumjAroller in piac: of heosselaer P. Ford. A C ty A ttorney in p laci of David F. Day. 4 S tr e e t C'ommiarioner in place of A lex .nder B rush. A C itv T reasurer in place of Jo-eph L. I leb e m r * .. A Race ver <»f Taxee in place of fclqah Ambrose. A City Surveyor In place **f George Vora Berge. A S u p e rintendent of Schools in i lace of eam u e l Slade. Ac Assessor in piece of J o h n McManus- An «*verseer o f P*<or in p)a-v of J* seph Boil A J u s tice of th e P*.oc;in place of Geo. B. Ml c b e ll A Ju>ti'-e uf th-: P. ace to r th e se en h , e .e v e n th and tw e lfth w ard , in p:acc of n e n t y Zilgle. — —— An A .d e n m n lu th e Fire W a ri lo piece of Edw a rd CONSOLIDATION C F T H E N T. CENTRAL AND A n * A )dem a u l i tb e Second W ard i s pi a e of W m. J HUDSON B I V Z R R O A D * - C R I M E S AND A n f ^ ld e r m e n in t h s T h ir d W a rd in place o f Z. G. | CASUALTIES. ^ i t o Aiderm h n in th e F o u r t h W a rd I n p i r i a n f F o r k | « L t a A # « tt) T O n n m ] Cull n o n j Vi.J*BW Y ORK, js o v e m b e r 1 — T k # s t o c k - An AidWHrtR ta th e F ir th W ard to ptoe. of Charles , ^ ^ U^ J T h e s t o c k h o l d e r s o f t h e H a d a o o , ia t h i e ’y ’ALUABLE VACANT LOTS FOR SALE. 31 ocree, t a tota t e s u i t, e n B e a c k a n d Delavan av- au e e , 3000 feet from N iagara rt. Whi be eeid to a G R E A T BARGAIN ON BA S T T O M B . t s m W A B D B ft BCCKLAND, Reel ttSefs. aad t e e m a A g t t t t , Ne to B Sea Sta rt TENNESSEE. AN A T T E M rT TO LET A S ID E TH E ELECTION OF SENATOR C O J P E R —ANDY AT T H E B o T TOM T .IE A F /A U L |bt TXLtwRxra to thk Eirtisss ] N ashville . November I . —In the lower house of the Legislature to-day, Mr. Whit* offeied a preamble reciting the following clause of the constitution of Tennessee : No Senator or Representative shall, daring the term for which he has beea elected, be e li­ gible to gny offioe or plane o f trust ths ap­ pointment to which is vested in the Execu tive a n i the General Assembly, except to the office of a trustee of a literary institute. Following this was a resolution declaring the election of Henry Cooper, a representa­ tive from Davison county in the State Sen­ ate, to the United States Senate, illegal and void, and providing for the legislative coa ventioa at a future day to elect a Senator in his place. A motion was made by a member who declared the resolution an insult to th© Legislature, to suspend tfce rules for the purpose of taking action on it, announcing his intention to move to lay it un the table. The motion to suspend the rules failed. Ayes 90, nays 32. The preamble and resolution were then referred to the Judiciary Committee. This movement created considerable ex­ citement. The author is a warm supporter of Mr. Johnson, who is still in Nashville. John Bell was elected to the United State* Senate some years ago while a Representa­ tive from Davidson County in the Legisla tureand took hia seat. Johnson’s fneeds say thia may I m a precedent, but it is not law. n e w ’ y o r k . An 'A lderm a n in tfce Sixth W a rd in place ot Paul GoembeL . An A lderm a n in th e Seventh W ard ta p lace of J o h n An A lderm a n in tb e E igh th W ord in place of J u h n Shvvhan. , A** A lderm a n in th e N n t h W a rd, in pU ee of a o A U * m u in th e T e e th W a rd, ta place o f Dan­ iel O. B ora. _ . A n A iderm x u ta th e Eleventh W a rd, t a pU ee o Jo h n A u thinvoie. A n * id> n m in th e T w e lfth W o rd, ta place of J o h n A m b reee. A n Aiderm o n t a t h e I h i r . e a n th W o rd, t a ptaee of *i - g —» M c P teraon. Two Supervisors in each W a rd, except t t e T h ir ­ teen b W ard. u u e S u p e rvisor in tb e T h ir teen th W erd. O n e C - »-qr- in ta c h W erd. Two im . A t o r i of E lection in each Zl-.-etton D m trict. T h e a t t 'B i ion of t t e 1- e lecto r s o t E U c tion n tt© eavciri e tortion d istricte of t e c t j iii directed te ch a p ter 110 ol t t e L w t o f ltttftt .en t i t l e d A n a c t t o re le e t t e c h a r te r o f t h e c ty of Buffe. 6 , a a d t e op- ...... ... t n ~ n r nki i m f. p ~ d Mo* 11, iid S , p u r e u s a t t o w h c h t t e t t a r i s r a - r .v iaed u y aoiJ c u nuniss o e e n w il be subeeiitod So t t e | » I M elector* o: »oid d t y e t t h e e a a n a l ity r iee-l J t . t e be te d u n T u i s d i vem b e r tuutt, and n*. a ______ t e e n t i led e vote • p n ateiy f a r «sr T-3w city, ratified the agreement for consolida­ tio n . Total capital stock $45,000,000, Cen­ tral being put in at 2u7 aad Hudson River nt 1S5. Tbe offiosrs of ths consolidated company ara Cornelias Vanderbilt, Presi­ dent; Wm. H. Vanderbilt, Vios President; K- D. Worcester. Treaanren Angnstes hecrotary. Ths name sf tha now company is, Naw Y'ork Central 4 Hudson River Railroad. D. Wcliing.of David H. M'CaIptB,4 Co in Went Twnnty-ninth street, was rebbod on Sntexday ef j j f sods relnod at $1^000, by n ikioi who oatercd tho house »bile the family were at dinnner nnd escaped with Ms booty. ___ Fak aad Gould knot breoght nut for p o in t against Charles C. AUan, ono of tho parties who sued thorn for refnsdag to carry out a gold oontract. Allen waived an oznreiaotsflR and was hold in $5010 bonda te await tho son on of tho Grand Jury. In tho Monk Board te-day rt was aa- noiiofod that Mr. Hadley, of tho firm of Vandorwater 4 Ca, woo not ft detacher os reported seoso weeka nisreo, and the Cm has roreasod poyrasnt. ) GBN. B I L K NAP IN S T A L L E D AS 80G R E T 4 R Y I t F W A R - N E W FEA T U R E O r THU PU B L IC ' D E B T STATEMENT. |s r TBLSiiarfi ro t b s x x r s s e e J j W a «» ikoton , November 1 — Mr. Bel- I knap made his appearanoo at tho W ar Do- j port ment about nine o'clock this morning, and a few momenta afterward the oath of | -’ffice was administered. A t ten o’olock the uffioors of the army on duty at thia station called on the New Secretary and were per­ sonally introduced by General Shermao. The Commissioners of the Union and Central Pacific Railroads have mode t b n report to tke Secretary of the Interior, Mr Cox. In concluding they desire to statethai both companies are doing a large amount oi work ou their respective roads aad are oa\ day by day bringiug them nearer to th. standard required by law. This great lice ■Ue value of which to the oouatry is ines iunable, ood in which every citisen should te**l a pridu, has been bntit in al>out halt ibe time allowed by Congress, aod is now i <* kh ! and reliable means of commun-.catioi •etwewn Omaha and Mcramento, wel quipped and fully prepared tocarry ( asset • ^ers aud freight with safety and diapatvb. :omparing in this respect favorably with # •nsjority of tbe firat class roods ;n th* United States. The President has appointed Franci* Springer to be Collector of Internal Reve uue for tbe First.District of Iowa, vice Gen eral Belknap, appointed 8e« etary of War John M. Bailey, Collector of Internal Rev uue for the Fourteenth District of Nev York. The Commissioner of Indian AfTaiis h.i received official information of tbe de* th o Satan toe, late chief of tbe Kio was an* leader of the Indians in the deepest* W achita fight with the forces under Cent­ ral C us tar about a year ago. A new featurp of the public deb itatement issued yes erdey is the odd tioi <»f tw o columns not heretoiore embrao* <1 t* the monthly publication, showingsepar tel' -he amount of the registered aud co .p*u ->onda ol each loan. In the Supreme ( ’ourt to-day the op iioi was delivered by Chief Justice Chase ^ tn* case of Thorington against Smith 4 Hrtruiy >n which the court decided that a promiffw.r aote given in payment for property pu r chased at Montgomery, Alabama, in 1864. when the authority of the United HtaUi was excluded from that port of the StaU- *nd the o n ly cqrroncy in use was in th. Confederate Treasury, and is payable ii Confederate notes alone, Mid that th* United States Courts possess power to et. urce the same, at d the cuurt also rub* .hat the coutracts stipulating tor payn.er, n that currency cann*»t be regarded a- made in a'd c i foreign invasion in the on* case or of domestic insurrection in th* •ther, they have no necessary relatira t I to the hostii government, wheth invading or insurgent. They are tr*u^ac tions in the ordinary course of qivil society, *nd though they may indirectly and re motely promote tho ends of unlawful guv ^mmeuts, are without blame, except whi i jroved to have been entc-red into with ac ual intent to further th® ipvoeion or iu»ui rection. *m ^ T E L E G R A P H I C S U M M A R Y. Iraox TKSTKRDAT-# iJTBa.VOoX D»rATCHSS. 1 WASHiNGTOjf, Oct-olier 31.—The commit tee appointed by ex-President Fillmore t* -vait upon President Grant and thank hin m behalf of the late Louisville Commerci* Convention for hia teleegrain endorsing iti ibject, w ill be received to-day. Tbe oon; uutee consists of General Walbridge o New Y'ork, Blanton Duncan, of Kentucky ft. M. Corvin, of Ohio, ex Governor He* *©rt, of Lonisiana, HeiaterUlyocer, of Pe^i< ylvania. Colonel Wm. Lamb, of Yirgim * and H . W . HiMard, of Georgia. C. P iutton, of Verfcoat, and ex-Governor Pat en, of Georgia, the remaining members • he committee, are not able to be preeent The New York T r i b u n t ' i Waahingun pecial says; Secretary g m twell has con •iete*i the poi:ion of hie annual r»-ptu vhich is of a general character. Upon tL- l ie#tion of the revtsion of the tax law% it » • «iderstood that Mr. Boutwell and Con. mss oner Delano a^ree that in view of a lie circumstances it would he advisable it it- main to i» raiit the existing acts o f Con ;rees t*> K s u m intact, they ireing saL*eti»- hat if let alone and permitted to e* u mue undisturbed they will not ocl- hUgment the revenues o i tae govern uent in a large degree, but develpi mmerons matt* rs, whieh will furnish foqj. lafcton for intelligent aad wise legisletil t leiesfter. if, how- ver, a modification o be existing revenue laws shall be deem. < oolitic by Congress, then both the secretary *nd Commissioner have made several stag zestions, some of which have heretofor* « t n mentioned in these dispatohea. It is known that the British government is highly satisfied w ith the recent award nade by the Joint Committee for adjusting the claims of the Hudson Bay and Puget Sound Company, although that award doe* not amount to one-tenth uf the sum origin ally demanded. Tbe fact that important claims between Great Britain and the United States hav© thus been adjusted by tbe oommiaeioner# without even calling in aq umpire is ra garded aa aa indication that the Alabama claims could be satisfactorily adjudicated in the same manner, and Great Britain hav­ ing recovered from the disappointment at the rejection oi the Clarendon-Johnsoti treaty may soon seek to renew negotia tions. A H e r a l d ' t W ashington special says : Several prominent members of Congress are endeavoring to induoe the President in his message to Congress to express his disap­ proval of tbe proposed removal of tbe Capi tal. A s i t belongs to Congreea to take tb* initiative in the matter, it ia not likely the President will eater into the contro versey until it is officially brought to hi# notice. N e w Y o r k , November 1.—The Assistant Treasurer of tbe United .States in this e it\ has been directed V* give public notice that during the preaent month the sale of gold and purchase of bonds will lie continued w;thout change. Hermann’s performance at the Academy *>f Music on Saturday evening for the bene­ fit of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum netted 13060. A H e r a l d Bombay correspondent, under date of September 25th, gives a sketch ot the loss of the American ahip J. F . Whit ney during a storm in ths Indian Ocean as* the &th of ApriL Thirty-two of the crew perished. Tbe captain sad «rht m a se -■ured a small boat with which, after twelve daya of intense suffering from want of food, they reached a group ot ialaada, where tb* y were kindly received and remained m ttl a* opportunity occurred for reaching B mbey. Secretary Fish arrived on Saturday, su© held a short conference with Jar'ge Pierre pont. H e will return to Washington to ^Tte^igkt Bev. Bishop Lynch, aad ftreh bishop elect of Toronto. Canada; Biekop Blanchette, of ••regon; Bmhop Demure, oj Vancouver! Island; the Very Rev. Father McSberry. the Vicar General of Brooklyn; and tbe Very Kev. Deacon and Father, Tranden and Nortbgrove, were passengers on Satnrday in tho steamship Potriera for Sarope via Brest, toe Goad the ffm n s ticsi C i s c u r x A T T i , November 1 . —Jack Locaej has secured the service# of Mike McGooJ for the coming prise tight, aad will IDv* headquarters at bhady Grove, near Col legs HilL He tokgraphdd MeCool, at St Louis, who anewerd that he would bo there on tha 2d instant- Jim Coyne started for St. Louis loot night, te claim tho forfeit —Two hnndred-and sixty ffvo million /oot of lumber hara boea out aod shippod ffcaa A B R A V E O L D M A X . I SCI DEN T a O F T H E RE B ^ T V B E G B O F TH bTEA M ^ R M B a n 4 NEVADA ON T . E i CIF10 COAST. ?Fr..m th* San Fronctsoo A l t s J ^ kffoot t h * re- port of tho engtneor was likely to bow. ,. . __ «• . — following answer, JEPSmS** ihowa that tho daya of true heruisn* haxe ■°» y « * ,P “ d \N o r the bravo ola man ; nearly all here are young •non, te whom life is of value. I am Tl yearn cf age. 1 will wait.’’ If there ha.l •een for ft moment the slightest ftaliog «*£ •every one for himself,” that Leltog «*» instantly dissipated by the noMe, self sac­ rificing sentiment thus expressed Captsm dogert, vthom \one of ours” heard ueacril * the incident, said in a true, blunt, t-*il*.r ike foahion, while tears were br«*u*ht tt, nisevea by rooollections of th« m. mti t. \When I reotived the ausw*t, ’ a ump rote in my tur oat aa big a my Vist I couldn't speak for some seconas ,\.- ,<M»n as 1 oould, 1 took hold tb# £ov<, •or, and said as londiy aud sa harshly m I •ould, ‘ .Sir, I com ui And yon to get u.u: hat boat!’ ” apd i«. thu manr.cr tlie g« j ., us spirit was almost perforce panmri n. lie boat. The ahip now heeled «.ver i idernbly m r e thau *ht had d«.n© i maty, and only a portion . f th e upper i v a a aU>Ce water, and every *.u« h a * < t o c in g to the bulwaika to avoid Lemg wash©.I overboard. A>OTHltR ACCIDENT-—A CONTRAST. Before the firat l*oat left a p r ^ n g e r , * ,«imewhat diminutive ptor;,rUt(llg , trugghng and climbing Ul wht|( ‘ , tapuin waa a s a u t ^ g tlle ....... he suit. l . l# “ n u k e up” was lu*lu i . ■ >- uough to excite a smile, even under the ti \ ng Circumxtsmes of the uon.-u t, Uu it -.1 •« no leas than three hie prsteivet\ •lown out to au im.rdinato no©, c i . vaa attached to each leg, and one io u i . u i. * va:st. Dressed in this poeiuuu, h© * reased the Captain thus: “ Stow me aw*> u that boat, Sir,” and bursting into teai*. 10 continued; “ I have a new wife, air, at *t *r don’t want to be ioat.\ Hi# rtq u is t v .# »ot granted, and he had to s w a n hi* tu. u it xa needless to dw ell further upon ll.**. ,eue. The greatest diligence Urn* Um.i, be whole of those on hoaid were g*.t »v* .y 11 exactly one boor A t lQr.U , . k. he ship struck, an i a t 11:20 sd were #ai*. .t anchor in the bosU. The Capun, v - he last man but ope to leave the ahip. Ti.e buf engwefT had stood next to tim Cs-. sin with s I intern in hie bsnd showing ,i ight. W hen sll the others wete in ti e tost the Cartai* said . “ Now it is ypur urn,” to w h c h be replied: “ No, nr,’ 1 vill hold th« light for you.” And #*• it ■*me that the chief eugim er w u the lu.t man on board. A R T S A X D I N D U S T R I E S An association is b©,ng ^ubliahe*, •ond u for th>, pu-.po^, v f ^ c „ rllJg l t l t „ Ur° WO -‘‘‘S m«“ t® Parliament. ~ i n extensive establishment for iJ. nsnufscture c f piste glsse will go into of i-ation s t New Albany early in N o v e m u r —Most of the ri h carpeting known :i» ‘American” i*. made by baud in Pbiia<1* 1- •hia, N e w England furnishing the yarns f* r be purpose. —There are three thousand and five bun • red cotton aod woolen factorie* in tii© Jui*ed State s. In the Southern \t >t« s oete are eighty seven factorie*, with t .... uudred aud twenty-four thousand rpii.- les, and many other - are erecting. —The product of the tobaoco factories *»r lichmond, Virginia, for tho last tareV** lontha was over 12,000 000 pounds «»f hewing acd nearly SuO.OOU pound# of -moking toLacoo, making a total of 65<«> ona, the internal revenue tax on whicli -mounts to nterly $4,000,000. — An Agricultural and Mechanic#] Fair <* to be he cl At the capital of South <J#r«> na on November 10th and days fol’owing, vhich will bs* the first held in th© Slat© nee tae war. Hopes ere entertained thai, liis Fair wili inaugurate Several n« w ranches of ividuntry. such a# he© * ullur©, ruit-growmg, aheep h us tend ry and m« <n- me-growing Ld# ral aj pmpriatmu* hav. * en mad© Ly the city foi the purposp. , —Iron latha are the latest idea In bmld ig. W e ^av« ir*u» roofs ir«*u fr.*ut', rackets, window heads and adta, j«*i*t-, nd now me have the adtiiuoual tu tu *.i *1 ha, which ate made of nurqfw-r tw* nt* a j , wire guage, and ooe ai.d a half itit*.©:. ide, resenridiijg *»ne aud a half lucb h># *»n, with a small ridge or h*-a*l iu tb© u.i.l !•-to atiffeu it. The laths are cut n t-. roper lengths, and afford Additional m u ity from tire A P r tutarg uiiii is at |>r. - nt employed oo large orders for iron lathb — The best quality of apooge is fout.il in ho Mediterraneau Rea; but an cxcellei.t I aality ta foand upon the rocks of the IL tAinaa an«^ the coast of Floruia. 'I h* p*»uge, when flora from the rocks to w h im t adheres, is a heavy, black I* <*kiu« n v > , •taving a ri.rong and * ffeuaiv odo*. In o n h i 0 clean tlie sponge, it is buried in tb© earth or some weeks, at the end of w hich t me vll the organic matter will be d«o**aip*w. «i, •uly the pure fibrous skeleton remaining The sponge, when punfied, is liable to . e ome exceedingly hard, and to obviate tbi» .he punfied sponge is immersed in wat *r containing from ten to twenty per cent, ot glycerine; After being squeezed dry it will >e entirely soft and rise tor. —▲ new thing in the street-paving busi oeae is on {rial in New York. U u * liquid :hemical compound, to be used in ►pnu’k ling, and U said to unite with and sohdiTy che dnst, idHing greatly to the dfirabthty A all parilmenU, and especially these of wood. If the advantages claimed.for this invention are realised, it will te of immense value. The process of street-cleaning t»y the broom, at preeent, gradually remevwa the sand from between the blocks or houki - ra of the pavement, and they are eoi.se- quent y looveoed or displaced, lost* a*! Of ibis, the new compound, it is claimed, forms a concrete sat face, keeping down dust as effectually oa ordinary apnnklutg, and m%intatne the roadway in good Order. The compound is appked ono# a day. —A new process for converting the snr face of iron into steel, nnd applied satisfac­ torily to practical nee in many establish- meats in Germany, consists in heating Jftc iron to n red heat and then ooatiug it witb the hardening substance hereafter mention­ ed, leaving tne latter to be burned eff in the fire aad then uooliug tbe irua hv louer •ton in water. The on© advantage of thi* mode of hardening iron, ia addition to its simple manipulation, constate in the sterling of theiron only on the eurfaee, the eentral portion remaining soft. Fer the pre pan - tion of th* hardening substance we make use of 6 (tarts of finely rasped or powdered horn shavings, 5 parts of Penman bark, of common salt, ty of ferro-cyauide of peteaeinm. 1 4 of reined eeMpetrn, and lo parte of blank soap. The material* are jo oe mixed to a paste aad formed into rod* \ if on inch in diameter, for the purpose i 1 more convenient applioation to tbs sn«f «* >f the irort. —The following is so intelligent dereiij - tion of the “ Weetmghoure ituuw d*©i i .- drake :” On the locomotive under ti* foot board, te n reservoir, and an sivrimry oil pump, which supplies this eeerveir with an air ef fram titty te six .y oouods preesnre. Under each ear ie n %mal< cylin­ der, connected with the reservoir b , T. inch pipe, tkreegh which the drpeeMe it.tr. the cyhader, the ew tie e* whieh ie dn.u oat ead thee eppbee the pewee to the «c.;i een .heedhrekee. Betweea e-eh eec. u tealieg h a eae pleltirae te the other, is » gea eeupHeg. the *eWe> e# which ere eo emegeil th e t shew the eeeplieg »eep>ehi r thaee ie e free eir peete#^ A d ahee eeec- capic# theee eeleee elm, eel prenet the ee- o( air eat ef the pipee. Each eerie e the ether, a a i ee setter w enay eees wewU e anapK as iaages the .etnhaee* with the Jeeeman w sow . etota. tte i n i a sea he eperelad. Un the a : heate k ee l # Wtee tm e < ene it late tte I apm iiii air h a h . nir lets the ptpee: whew tame# ii,., o her wee. the air u peraatted te n a w - (Iia-*-- pipes, eeit thet releeeet the W t * . p m o n r t ra v x m M r t

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