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TIME TABLE. LU L i l F O R M E R L Y ■ • E R IE R A I L W A Y . PIJfjLMANT’S liest ¡Drawing Room and Sleep ini' C o a c h e s , combining all ’ oderu Improvements are ran through on all trains, between Buffalo jsjmgara Falls, Cleveland. Cincinnati, St. Loui a n d N e w Y o r k . A b s tr a c t o f T i m e T a b l e , A d o p t e d J u n e 3 , 1 8 7 8 . W E S T W A R D . S l A T I O N S New York L’ve Corning. “ I? ith ........ Arr. V V .iy l.u id . “ Livonia.. “ A v o n . . . . “ R o c h e i t - j r “ L e R o y . . “ Batavia. “ A t t i c a . . . \ ( i j n e s e o . \ M t . M o r r i s “ D m s v i l l e “ B u f f a l o . . . •' N i a - , F a l l s “ S u s p , B ’d g e \ C l i f t o n . . . “ N o . I N o . 3 * j N o . 17 N o . 11 9 . 00 AM 7 . 00 PM • •••••• 7 . 231 'M 6 . 50 AM J.55i*M .......... 8 . 1 Ö “ 7-33 “ 2.46 ■••••* • 9-25 v 8 .4 P “ , 3-48 “ ........ « 10.10 “ 9.26 \ 4.36 “ 10 . 3 s “ 1 9-55 “ 5 . T O “ 8.0 0 AM 11 20 \ 10.38 “ 6.10 “ ........... 10.37 “ 6.04 “ 8.32 “ 11.04 6.28 ■« 8-53 “ • 11.2 7 M • 6 . 5 1 '* 9 .17 “ 10 .31 “ 6 . 3 1 \ ...... .......... 10.53 “ 6.51 ” ....... ix - 3 5 \ 7 - 3 ° '* 12,15 PM 12.10 8 . 20 “ IO . 35 “ 1.08 a m I . 03 P M 9 . 2 5 \ ......... 1.13 “ I.08 *' 9.30 •* ...... 1.20 “ x.rs “ 9-35 “ ' A U S T RIA TO OCCUPY BO S N IA. ---- TH E IRISH A H EAD IN TH E SHOOTING M A T C H F O R T H E E L G H O S H I E L D . ------ E N G L I S H M A N - O F - W A R F I R E D U P O N . E A S T W A R D , S T A T I O N S Clifton... L ’ve S u s p . B’dge “ Niag. Falls \ Buffalo ...\ Attica ... . “ ltatavla.. “ Le Roy .. \ Rochester. “ 1) mjsiUfef. “. Mt. Morris “ Gene->eo . . . “ Avon .......... \ L i v o iiâ. . . . \ W a y l a n d . . u B.ith ............ '* Coming.. Arr. New York. No. 12* No. 8 No. 16 Nó. 6 1.45 I’M 7.OSASI 1,45m .................. 2.00 \ 715 \ 2.00 “ 2.05 “ 7.20 “ ; 2.05 “ 2.50 “ 8.00 “ ■ * 3-25 “ 4.10 “ 8.30 ■* 4-50 “ io 4 2 a M 12.55 “ 8.51 “ 5 -II “ 1 1 . 0 4 “ 2.17 “ 9-l 3 “ 5-33 “ IT 20 “ 4. do ^ 9.00 “ 6..ÏO “ * i* S •. -i . x - 3 d 3 - 6.40 \ i ► 3.50 •.. . 2.j-» \ 7-t6 \ 4. 28 - .................. 3.20 “ 7-34 “ 4.50 “ 4.40 9-43 “ 7-37 “ 11 - 5 5 \ 5.06 “ 10.04 “ 8.30 “ 5 - 48 ' “ 10.42 “ 10.02 '* 6.46 “ ri.32 “ II.50 “ .................. 7.32 “ T 2 .IOPM 1.00 a<m • • « » • • • 7.25 am IO.25 \ 12.25 Pm A D D I T I O N A L T R A I N S . L E A V E , From Avon for Rochester, Express 10.00 A. M. 10.40 P. M. Acc. 8.10 A. M., 12 M.,.4.00, 5 25, 6.00 P. M. Sundays 10.00 A i M . From Conesus at 9.07, 9.49 A. M.', 4.1^, 9 52 P. M. for Rochester and way, .Sundays q.07 A. M From Avon, 6.30, 8.00, 1Q.05 A. M., 5.30 P. M. for Attica and way; 8l20 and .0.05 A. M and 6.05 P. M. for DansviIIe and way. From Avon for Corning, 8.15, 8.20 A. M., 3.00, 4 - 4 °. 7 .37. 9-43 P. M Sundays 4.40 P. M, Prom Rochester for Conesus, 7.20, 9.00 A . M., f.on, 4.00, 6.10 P. M., and for Avon 7.20, aoo A. M., 1.00,. 4.00,*4.40, 6.10 P. M. Sundays 4.00 P. A! , , , From Attica For'Avon and way. 8.30. 10.42, 11,40 A. M., 4.50 P. M. . * N. Y. C E N T R A L - • R A I L W A Y . G O I N G E A S T . N . Y . E x ........... 6 0 5 A M W a y F r e i g h t . .8 1 8 . a « m - S p c ’ l D a y Ë x . ÿ o f l Ar.=*f G O I N G W E S T . N i g h t E x . . . . 6 4 5 a m A c c o m - o d t ’ n . 8 5 5 A M P a c i f i c E x . . , i r 2 5 A At W a y F r e i g h t ; 2 4 0 i> M E m i g r a n t . . . 5 3 7 p h Day E x ........ 6 42 p m N . Y . E x . , i . . ò o ö ö . p - m C h i c a g o E x . . . l i 3 0 i> m A T T I C A BR A N C H . ARRIVE * * N. Y. Ex ----- 8 30 a m Lmhtn’g Ex.. ;3' öo r> m Express ......... 6 00 1> M Extra Train n 15 a m U E l'A R T A t t i c a E x . . . . ’8 5 5 A M Ex i '3 ' 30 p M Express .... 6 50 i' M E x traT r a in .it 30 a m BATAVIA, C A N A N D A IG U A T O N A W AN D A . & ■: ì N .G O I N G j'TiMght and Accommodation........ *'reicht and Accommodation ....... G p l N G W È S T . . .6 05 A M ••3 35 r M Accommodation.. ........ .6\ 30 A M o u ï s U E B E L E , Manufacturer and Dealer in L Bread, Rolls, Plain & Iced Cakes, Con­ fectionery, &c. ^ce Cream Furnished to Families on bliort Notice. 20 tf Atlantic E x . . . 3 3 2 P M Accom tgod l ’ii. 6 3a; p st f o t . LO U I S È X i I O 0 3 - P M - L o n d o n ” , J.uly i'8, — Many mem­ bers of the Cabinet are opposed.to a general election, but the Premier strongly favors it. The Common • C ouncil of Lon­ don to-day unanimously resolved to bring forward a motion that Bea- consfield and Salisbury be invited to a banquet, and be presented the freedom o f the city. The shooting for the Eloho chal­ lenge shield in the 900 yard range at the Wimbledom meeting result­ ed as follows:— Ireland, 535; -Scot­ land, . 523; England, 521. Thfc light was very bad for long range The Tim es Constantinople' spec­ ial says that the captain of an Eng lish steamer reports that he was stopped off Gallipoli by a signal from the English fleet directing him to take on board a lieutenant sent by the Admiral to report the follow­ ing : .1 , Two days ago a man-of-war boat was cruising off the Russian lines. The crew, on landing, were imme­ diately made prisoners. The Lieu tenant, Midshipman and ten men in the boat, not returning to the English iieet, another boat was sent to look for them, but upon ap­ proaching the place this boat was tired upon1, two bullets passing through the sides o f the boat with­ out doing injury. Beacoasiield will visit the Queen at Osborne, Saturday. He was no well enough to go to Windsor, yes­ terday, but Salisbury went. Paris, July 18.— The strike at Auzin is one of the most extensive ever known in France. Five thous­ and colliers left the pjts, demanding higher w-ges, and that eight hours should be a day’s work. There, are the usual rumors afloat of foreign instigators and Bonapartist intrigues The gen d'annes have -had to pro­ tect the pits to prevent the agitators from seizing them and stopping any still at work. ' A number o f ’ar­ rests have been made. .Troops have been, brought up and public houses closed. 1 M. Stoyxihaii) j Buffalo t’lothiiig Store! Opera Hoftse block Mailt St. litaYia, N. Y. j |£§!F“Good goods at Rock Bottom Prices.! C L O T H I N G M A D E to Order. I FULL ASSORTMENT. ' 1 Gent’s Furnishing Goods V E R Y C H E A P . 20-tf The best Teas, The best Coffees, > , ! ' I I The purest Spices, The choicest Confectionery,* The best Tobacco aiid Cigars, Tt 1 • Canned Goods, Foreign Fruits, &c., &c. (DM l mt V i e n n a , July 1 $.— T h e occup y tion of Bosnia by Austria will com­ mence about August 1 st. Gen. Phillippovick will proceed hence to Eszek where the movement of the army are to be directed. He ex­ pects to reach Serejeva, Bosnia, August 18th, the Emperor Francis Joseph’s birthday. — If rapid motion quickens the niind, why don’t some of these speakers take a tumble from the stage instead of clawing, ground for Sixty seconds for the word they grasp after bat can’t remember. vom en England on — Those eight Buffalo who are to travel over foot, probably haven’t thought of the danger o f meeting a cow in the middle of the road. Let them be warned in time. 0. C. PA K ZEE, Dealer in Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves, House fur­ nishing Goods, Paints, Oils & Varnisnes, OIL CLOTHS, 'W'OOD & IRON PUMPS, ETC. SPORTSMEN’S GOODS A SPECIALTY.' i ' ‘ . \ I also continue to sell the celebrated “ GARLAN~D” parlor Stove and t ie M ILLS RAW GE, Detroit, Mieh, I 1 1 . U l l i L U U ) B a t a v i a , N e w Y o r k , DEAIÆE IN Dressed Lumbar of every Variety, Shingles, Boors, Sash, Blinds, Shutters, Mouldings, Mantles, Stairs, Brackets, &c., 24 M a in St., Batavia. 9tf JOB PRINTIHG. •We are now p r e p a r e d to do J ob P r i n t ­ in g on short notice, stick as Progi-iirnnies, Invitations, I • » * ■ ‘ Letter Heads, Koto Heads, . t . , Hill Heads, Business Card«, ' » • j • * . ' - Tags, Etc, etc,, etc. Give us a calf if you are in need of any printing and examine our stock and prices. DAILY MORNING NEWS Job D e p a r tm e n t. Mrs. I. Dunham, V Wants to inform the ladies of Batavia and vicinity that she has on hand ready made suits. ^ i j j M A I N , . S T M P T, 186 -t Mst'l shall endeavor to keep pace with the times both' tel styles and prices. 13-Lf Goods sold for what they aie worth. I am selling a good 60 cent Tea for 45 cents. I am selling the best, Java C o f­ fee for32 cents. I am selling the best George. Bank Codfish for 4 cents. I am selling all kinds o f Choice family Groceries as low as they can be bought anywhere in ]the State. I km selling thè STO N E W ARE, B U T T E R CROCKS, TARS, |A N D CH URNS. 33M percent, less than any hbuse in the State. ’ ■ 1 ! I am ¡selling C r o c k e r y the best English manufacturer at lower prices than any other house in Western New York. T O C O U N T R Y D E A L E R S I' gu ran tee my prices against— Buffalo or Rochester Jobbers, saving them their freight charges. If you wish to save money these ‘ • h a r d t i j m e s ” call on Joseph C. SEults, 28 & 30 Main S treet. The Highest Cash price paid for Butter and Eg-gs, * <jtf

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