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Vol. I—No. 22. Batavia, Saturday, July 20,1878. Price One Cent BUSINESS CA.RDS- H O T E L S fflE S/IMT J A M S HOTEL, B A T A V I A , N . Y . A. G. COLLINS & CO. h o o p e r h o u s e , B a t a v i a , N. Y . David Hooper, Proprietor. Condensed Telegrams. CABINET MEETING— ARMY PROMOTIONS — WEATHER INDICATIONS — THE HEAT S r i l i L IN T E N S E EAST AND WEST— IN D ICTED FO R M URDER. g@“Good stabling attached. 2 7 -tf a E N E S B JE MOTT S E , 7 JACKSON S T R E E T , Batavia, - - - N Y T. LYNCH, PR O P R IETO R . Good Stabling Attached. tf FARM E R S H O T E L , Cor. Court & Ellicott Sts. B a t a v i a , N. Y. N. P rill , Proprietor. D E N T IST R Y . Partly, wartti 19. F W ilcox H. IL BENJAMÍN, Makes a specialty iti artistic- artificial teeth. Teeth extracted without pain, tf W M. G. GArÒiSER, makes a' special­ ty of saving the natural teeth, tf ÍCOUGHTON, 98 Main St.. Dental Surgeon, B^fcavia, N. Y. PHrstcrÀm. Q i : HAMILTON. Office corner Bmk and Main Streets. Residence, Mr. Alva Smith’s, Batavia, N. Y. 2A-lm D U. H. S. HUTCHINS, H o j d e o p a t h i s t , Office, Cor. of Main and Jackson Sts. Residence, 45 State St., Batavia, N. Y, A T T O R N E Y S . S VFFOBP E. NORTH, A tto r n e y a t law . Office over the First National Bank. tf L. L. CROSBY, ATTORNEY a n d c o u n s e l o r A t l a w , B atavia ., N. Y. Office iu Court House opposite Sher­ ds office. W a s h i n g t o n , July 19.— The cabinet has been /in session, for about an hour.1 * No business of ex­ traordinary importance was transact­ ed. The question of appointing a, Surveyor for New York was not considered. The President leaves to-night to attend the soldier’s reunion at New­ ark, Ohio, accompanied by Gen. Sherman and £)evens, The Pres­ ident will spend Sunday in Colum­ bus The Tribune says: It has been discovered that the secton in the army bill stopping promotion is not what its framers designed it to be. The matter has been referred to the Attorney General. Weather indications: cloudy, occasional rain, veering To1 colder winds. M e r i d e n , Conn., July Worreii, engineer o f the Silver Plate C o ., fell while starting his engine this morning, overcome by the heat. H e died in an hour. John Morrissey, e.iigineer - ol Jth plating department o f the Merriden Britannia C o . was overcome by heat. The thermometer is 98 0 . S t . Louis. July 19.— The high hopes entertained that the heated term was about to break up were blasted this morning. The mer­ cury has shown but about half a degree lovrer temperature than yes­ terday. There is considerable breeze, however, but it is more cloudy and sultry. . * A t the dispensary this morning there were live eases of sunstroke treated. Up to 11 o'clock there were no fetal cases. The total number o f prostrations yesterday die not -exceed 55, the larger por­ tion being slight. But one additional <ase of sun­ stroke has been taken to the Dis­ pensary since 11 o’clock. T h e thermometer was 95)^ at 1 o’clock, 2)4 degrees less than yesterday. The indications are that the inten­ sity of the heat has spent itself. Quebec, July 19 — H is Excellen cy Bishop Conroy is seriously ill at St. John, N. B. A lbany , July 10.— 'Tom Ballard, tha noted counterfeiter, who at tempted suicide recently in the Pen­ itentiary, is slowly recovering, G ORTSCH AKOFF RETUR N S TO ST. PE­ TERSBU R G. — IN S U LT TO T H E B R I T ­ ISH F L A G .— DERBY’S D ISCLO S U R ES. — TROOPS FOR TH È FR EN C H ST R IK E . ----- NEW RAILROAD. ■ Tumor, dealer in Freeh, salt and «molced meats, eggs, butter etc. Pork n<* bologna sausage a specialty. The Bemwt Thing in Tea- A Black Leaf at Kenyojis. Try itî You can save money by buying Tea of any kinds, at Kenyons. EXCUR SION S. B erlin , July 19. — Gortschakoff has retured to S t Petersburg, in­ stead of going to Wildbad, as in­ tended. It is reported that he goas to S t Petersburg to oppose the in- rigues for his own overthrow and Schouvaloff’s promotion. Tpdleben promised to. send an officer specially to the G u lf of Saros to m ake inquires concerning the affair. He said he was sure that the superior officers of the Russian army in that district were ignorant o f the attack upon the boat A Berlin dispatch announces that Russia proposes to appoint di­ plomatic agents at various points in Asiatic Tutkey to watch Russian interests, Russia is also making efforts to secure the early construction o f the proposed railroad from Osenburg into Central Asia— 200 German miles. The money will be raised by a loan. L ondon , July 19.— The Marquis of Hartington gave notice to the Commons that he would soon call attention to the papers relating to the Eastern question. Smith, First Lord of the Admi- rality, said that Admiral Hornby telegraphs that the flag captain o f the British lieet in the vEgean sea has had an interview with General Todleben, who stated that he had heard nothing of the firing into the British man-of-war boat. Todle­ ben extremely regretted the occur­ rence. A ll the morning papers except­ ing the News comment favorably on Beaconsfield’s speech. T h e Times thinks Derby violated his rights and customs, which it is desirable to uphold, in making public his recollections o f the dis­ cussions of the Cabinet. It is reported that two parties o f railroad experts under direction of the government will examine the Tigris and Euphrates valleys for the best railway route to Persia. P aris , July 19.— The Cabinet has decided to send as many troops as possible to Auzin, the scene of he collier's strike. EXCURSION M x r g m g m j p & a r , Moonlight, Sunrise and Sunset on Lake Erie on the Splendid side-wheel Steamer P ea r l , from Buffalo to Cleveland, O., Put-in-Bay and islands, on Monday, July, 22, Fare forroutnd trip to Cleveland and Return, Tickets good until July~27th, i+.oo. Train leaves Batavia 6:42 ; to connect with steamer at ^Buffalo. Tickets for sale at M JR S E ’S Book*Store, Batavia. 2151 W1 H. Brown,' Undertaker. Prices as low as any professional undertaker. Mr. S. E. Spaulding may be found at Anderson & Ohesley s Store on Main St. His Jewelery is of the best and when he once repairs a watch, it never fails to run- Donottorgetto call at O’Cohnors’, 62 Main Street, for good goods and low prices. The cheapest Tea and. Sugar in town at O’Connors’, 26 Main Street.| The cheapest coffee and O’Connors’, 26 Main Street. spicea at REMOVAL. Mr. Joseph Green will remove his Bar­ ber Shop from the Cobble Stone Block, to the corner rooms, over Anderson & Chesleys, _ > . Ladies call at Kenyons and see the large assortment of UNDERWEAR, each article only 99 ¿ente; the work on them will surprise yon. When you Want a good glass of Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Ottawa beer, «»to Kenyon’s* The best, and cheapest Tea and Gofleo sold at Herm. May’s Grocery Store on Jackson St. i 9 tf Get a 99 cent Hammock at Kenyon's and take solid comfort. New arrival of Chromos at Kenyon’s Art Gallery. John Dixon has shaved us all many a time, now that he has started for him­ self, patronize him. Bierce has the best of Groceries. Closing out of Millinery goods at cost, Mrs. Chas. Holton. Subscriptions received to all news­ papers and magazines at Mackey’s Hefrs Room. Tallman succeeded in getting tome very fine views at the Driving Park on the Fourth Roasted Coffee, fresh from the roaster, and kept covered in glass show cases at Kenyons. WANTED. A good kitchen girl, enquire at No. 16 Main' Street. Kid Gloves Cleaned on short notice at the Batavia Laundry, 18 Center St, It is With pride and pleasure that vie observe that our enterprising townsman Joseph C. Shults is doing quite an ex­ tensive Wholesale business—Success to him. Buy your Groceries of Herm. May. on Jackson St, the the cheapest Store in town. tf Books, Pamphlets, Music and Station­ ery at Mackey’s. Go to Mrs. Moloney’s store on Main Street, and examine her fine assortment ÛJP he Underwear of Ladies goods. She is closing out her cheap. and millinery stock very

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