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Vol. I—No. 143. Batavia, Tuesday, December 10, 1878. Price One Gent BUSINESS CARDS- h o t e l s : Jlie Saint James Hotel. B atavia , N . Y . A. G. C oll IMS & Co. Ijooper House. B atavia , N. Y . D avid H ooper , Proprietor. Good stabling auttacHed. D E N T I S T S . |j H. Benjamin ' M A K E S : A S P E C I A L T Y In artistic artificial teeth . T e e t h e x t r a c t e d w i t h ­ out pain, R o o m s o v e r A n d e r s o n & C h e s l e y ’ s. yym. 0. Gardiner, 0 v e r 92 M a i n S r k e e t . A -'jj-.-i i.ilty m .ide o f saving the n a tural teeth . P H Y S I O I A N S . ________ jjr. L. H. Phinuey, O F F I C E O V E R ^ o iies & Co’s M a r k e t , s i i a u i ; s u c e t Jr. H. 8 . Hutchins, H OM E O P A TiriST. O ffice— C o m e r o f M ain a n d Ja c k s o n sts. Resilience— 45 S t a t e street, B a tavia, N . Y . ATTORNEYS. ¡¡afford E. North, A T T O R X E 1 - A T - L A IV. O ffice o v e r t h e F irst N a t io n a l B a n k . PAINTERS. [illiam Wood, C A R R I A G E a n d S I G V P A I N T E R . 15 [ a C k s o n S t . , o v e r T r u m b u l l 's sh o p . I'ineiign work o f all kinds a sp e c ia lt y . H0QK BINDER. Jhoinas Warren, B O O K BINDER, M \s > nic H a l l B lo c k , T h ird F l o o r . Satisfaction gu a r a n teed in e v e r y instance. C I G A l i M A N U F A C T U R E R S . ]flm. C. Casey, m a n u f a c t u r e r o f I*iiie H a v a n a an d S e e d H a v a n a C ig a r s . < >'er yo M .iin st„ B a tavia, NT. Y . A Practical Business Education f great valu e to a n y young person and can b e o b tain e d at Whitcomb’s Commercial School. A desk f o r ladies this w e e k . TELEGRAPHIC KOTES. ^ r - W h itb e c k ’s S u g a r C o a ted 1 -mules, a never failin g rem e d y fo r Liver Com p laints, Sick H e a d a c h e , H a ­ bitual constipation, etc. Sold b y Shaw * S t ile B . Those l^rge Marseilles* B e d Sp r e a d s ° ’ Pents llave arrived at K e n y o n ’s. The beat a n ] flionpest T e a an-1 C o ilee ►old at Hem. May*« Grocery Store on * »‘is in at, A G l a n c e a t t l i e W o r l d ’ s N e w » . During a dispute early yesterday morning- E. J. Knee, of Concord, N. H., shot Wm, Murphy fatally. Knee claims that it was accidental. The first shipment of horses from America for the use of the French army has arrived. The French military inspector is much pleased. Intelligence has been received ift St. Petersburg that the family of the Ameer of Afghanistan have taken refuge in Russian Turkistan* W. C. Barber, while hunting in the mountains in the southeastern part o f West Virginia, was frozen to death last week. T h e Homeopathic Commission investigating the yellow fever epi­ demic in New Orleans, declare it both imported and indigenous. A discriminatory quarantine is recom­ mended. A dispatch from Darmstadt re­ ports that the Grand Duchess of Hesse is seriously ill with dipthe- ria. She is Princess Alice, second daughter and third child of Queen Victoria. T h e World says that Congress­ man Willis proposes to bring-Dana, of the Sun, as a witness before the Naval Committee of the House, and afford him an opportunity- to tell what he knows about fraudu­ lent constructions in the navy. T h e miners and laborers at May, Audenreid & Co. s Buck Ridge col- lery, Shamokin, Pa., have struck for an advance of wages. T h e strike throws 200 men and boys out of employment. T h e New York Sun says the opin­ ion is expressed that of the twenty- eight or thirty million trade dollars exported to China within five years all but one or two million have been “ c h o p p e d ” or defaced by the marks of Chinese bankers, and thus rendered uncurrent here. Last Saturday Frisby Parsons’s leg was caught between the healed rollers at the rolling mill in Wil­ mington, Del., and he was drawn in, crushed flat and roasted to death. The sultan has assured Count Zichy, Austro-Hungarian Ambassa­ dor at Constantinople, of the Por­ te’s intention to adhere to the Treaty o f Berlin, and expressed great anxiety to arrive at a friendly understanding with Austria. -• »» In connection with the proposed transfer o f the Indians various tribes recently held councils with a view of ascertaining the feelings on the subject. About 96 per cent of thd Indians expressed themselves as against the transfer. T h e New Y o r k Times says Secre­ tary Sherman has informed Mr. Glover that he will not be permit­ ted to ransack the Treasury records indiscriminately, but that facilities for obtaining information on any particular matter will be afforded. It is rumored that proceedings are being taken by a party of the largest holders of Delaware, Lacka- wana & Essex R. R. T h e com pany operates, as lessee, some twelve minor roads, every one of which runs at considerable loss. On the Morris & Essex the loss last year was $1., 210*000. T h e O a t k a C r e e k . A correspondent of the Albany Sunday Press, contributes the fol­ lowing concerning the Oatka or Allan's creek, which is of local in­ terest: “ T his stream runs very near­ ly through the centre of our beauti­ ful village, Le Roy. I was intro­ duced by Hon. Jarvis M. Hatch, of Rochester, to Ely S. Parker, (Ha sa-no-an-da) an educated Seneca Indian, and Chief of the Tonawan das. At this time he was a mem­ ber of ‘ the bar\ at Rochester. I found him a most agreeable gentle­ man and learned in Indian lore. He at once took up his pen, when I asked him what was the name of Allan’s creek before Allan settled upon its banks, and wrote in a full round hand “ O-at-ka, ” which word means “ Leaving the high lands or approaching an opening.\ I still hold the paper in my possession, i The stream takes its rise in “ the; highlands” of W yoming in the vi-' cinity of Portage and makes its con­ fluence with the Genesee river at Scottsville. The valley, from which the river derived its name was bv the Iroquois called “ the opening” to the Larke o f Ontario. Through my instrumentality the name of A l ­ lan’s creek was changed to O-at-ka. It is now known by no other name, and so appears upon the maps. - -- - -- =+ -- Mrs McBeath’s son returned to Cleveland after a season of work as a boatman on the lakes, and she was very happy to see him at home again. Fie told her that he had signed the total abstinence pledge, and had saved money enough to keep the family comfortable through the winter. At that her joy be­ came so overpowering that she fell down dead from heart disease. I f you w a n t tlie bent aiu l m o st s u b ­ stantial C u tter or Sleigh go to F o s t e r s C a rriage F a c t o r y , State Street, B a tavia, N. Y. T r y o n ’s d r u g store is headquarters for srch goods as trusses, sh o u ld e r braces, supporters, etc. B ierce is slau g h terin g goods. A large assortm e n t oi cut-glass b o t­ tles and bottles su itab le fo r covering ju s t received at T r y o n ’s, No. 57 M a in st. In lookin g around for yo u r C loth ing, etc.. don’t forget to call a t A N D E R S O N & C H E S L E Y Y S . O i l! C o u l d I b u t R e s t W e l l N i g h t s . That is the exclam a tion of every p e r ­ son that is suffering w ith that terrible disease. Consumption,. W h a t is there on earth th a t is m o re heart-rending for a m o ther than to w a tch the em a c iating form (if what was o n c e a b e a u tifu l daughter, as she is slow ly b u t surely w a s tin g aw a y , soon to cu t w that borne from w h ence no traveler retu r n s , an d th e n to hear th e dau g h ter say, “ G ive mu a tasto o f B u r r ’s Balsam , it relieves me so, and if I h a d on ly com m e n c e d ta k in g i t w lien I first’took cold to-day I w o u ld bo w e ll.’’ \W arranted to cu r e C o u g h s and Golds or m o n e y refu n d e d , P r ice 25 cts S o ld b y Shaw & Stiles, T in y B o n n e ts for you n g lad ies’ a specialty, at M rs . N . <J. N o b l e s . G r e a t bargains in O v e rcoats an d U n ­ derw e a r at A n d e r s o n O H E s u s r ’s . Get, a lied B lan k e t before a ll are sold a t K enyons ’ , Sonool H a ts for 25 cents a t M r s . M o ­ lo n e y ’s. * T r y th e 15 0 0 fire test w a ter 'w h i t e K e rosene O il. sold o n ly at K e n y o n s ’. T h e Largest and best 5 cent coun ter is a t SotJXHWORTH & Simpson’s. The b e s t C u tters and S leigh s for the low e s t p r ice cr.n b e b o u g h t o f J. L. F O S T E K , C a rriage F a c tory, State {Street. D o you know liow little it takes to get a nice rib roast o f l)e L a n o & Sons. Mt Y N I H A N s e l l s C L O T H I N d A m o n g the m a n y elegant th ings dis­ p layed fo r the h o lid a y trade at T r y o n ’s d r u g store, we n o ticed som e very beau­ tifu l cellu lo id toilet sets, hair brush, com b an d m irror. T h e y are really h a n d s o m e r th a n ivo r y , stronger and m o re durable, and very m u c h cheaper. J u s t t h e th in g for a Christm a s gift. G e t y o u r Jo b P r in t in g done at the D a ily M o r n in g N e w s O ffice __ H e a d q u a r ters for Chatterbox at E * L - & G - K E N Y O N S ’ . T h e fin e s t lin e o f B o s P a p e r s and all oth e r s tationery goods m a y be found at T r y o n ’s D r u g Store. and (rents’ F u r n ish in g !oods A t rock bottom prices. BATAVIA MARKETS • B a t a v j a , N. Y . - D e c e m b e r g , 'yb C o r r e c t e d d a ily 1 >> C . J Ferrili .nu l 1- L ;mc G. D . K e n y o n . W h e a t , w h i t e . . . . $ 93 F leu r ,H o x a ll,b b l % 7 IK W h e a t , r e d ............ 90 F lo u r , w h ite, l>bl >■> CX O u ts, w h ite ............ 25 F lo u r , red, hi.I.. . 5 5 'ï O a ts, m ix e d .......... 23 O n ions, b u s h . . . . S» á í r 0 B a r ley, i m v v e d .. *T 65 W o o l ..................... . ¿V -X? “ 6 r o w e d . . 75 r6 B e a n s , m a r r o w .... i 3 ° »4 11 m e d i u m .... i 25 '•>0 i 35 C h e e s e ................. ■ « 'Í \ r e d ............... 1 go A p p les, d r i e d .. . 3 Potatoes, R o se . 60 00 Potatoes, Peerless 55 6 C h ick e n s , dressed 7 S a l t . ........................ 95 -1 COA.L—PER TON. Ii* YARD DELIVERED N u t . . . . . ................... $5 75 S t o v e . . . - . . - ............ S 75 N o . 4 . . . - ................... 6 25 E g g .......... .................... 5 75 G u t e . ......................... 5 75 25 cuntí, discount per ton for Cash Nut... btove . No. 4. fcgg •• Grate. .$6 15 • ■ 6 is .. 6 6c . 6 j; ,1 ó 15

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