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St-.it by u U >rm o f I.ozeaf.i's. « i ' « \ ci- either, ilrs. i Itm x iry. Send ter ¡,!UU JTcnthit this pnp^r xoufc LYBIA. E. •O Constiputinn, Viln’1 •u,s' , 25 cents p e r boi. aoft,issF-i:t.'tt h - s -'- ¡<1 iy 5 » S'flliUS, r m a w i s s e . F O R M E R E y B R I E K A I L W A Y j e f L L M A N ’ S B e s t D raw sng R o o m and S leep i_.0ji.jh.cb, coj.iii.i ■ - i.deriiXuipj-c\iiineiiti are run th r o u g h ou a ll brains, betw e e n Buffalo i la g a n . Fall.»» C le-v l.u .t f. ifa .ciw icti, St. Loui jr.dMev Yoik. jiájairaci o f T i m e T a b le, A d o p ted M a y io , i8£o Wjv&A’WAiKU. A D D I T I O N A L T K A l N S L.K A V E ¡(¡■rom A v o n for R o c h e ster,ii.-xpre5s 5.48 A . hi xo.xo P . M . A c c . S . 10 A . S t . , 12 M ., 4.00 5 2 3 ,6 - 0 0 P . M . Su n d a y s 9.48 A . M . S'rom. C o n e s u s a t 9.02, 9.49 A. M ., 4 .1 7 , 9 - 3 S “ • \ i - fo r R o c h e s t e r and w a y , S u n d a y s 9.02 A . K-. F r o m A v o n , 6.30, 8.00, 9.05 A , M . , 5.30 P . a - fo r A t t i c a and w a y ; 8:20 and 5.05 A . M ., and 6.05 P . M . for O a n s v ille a n d w y . F r o m A v o u for C o r n in g , 8,15,8.-10 A . M ., 3 - 0 °> 4..40, 7 -37.9-43 P- M . Sundays 4 - 4 ° p - F r o m R o c h e s t e r for C o a e s u s , 7-ao, 9.00 A . M ., z.10, 4.00, 6.10 P . M ., and for A v o n 7.20,0.00 A .M ., 1.00, 4.00, a . 40 ,6 .10 P . M . Sundaj s 4,00 P . Itl. 3 frc,;n A t t i c a for A v o n and. w a y , 8 .30 ,10 .31, zr,«o 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 I A S T . Ui. Y . E x ......... s xo A m I A tlan tic E x . . ?, 3 2 ? r>i m y F r e i g h t ..8 18 a m A c c o m w o d t n .6 00 p m 5 pc I D a y E x . q 15 A m 1 St. Louas E i t . i o 03 ? m g u i n g -W E ST. N ig h t E x . . . . 6 4S a m I Irrugi'ant. . . . 3 3 ° ^ « A c c o m 'o d t ’ n . 9 23 a m I I)ay £ k ......... ^ 1 S > a c i f i c E x . . . i i 2s A M I I . Y .K > :. ...0 0 00 p m \W a y F: eight, a ¿0 p m | U h i c a j o f f i x . . . « 25 p M A T T I C A BR-AMCH. • ARRIVE . BSPAKT N. V . E x . . . . 8 30 a m ¡ AtacaJ x , . . 9 2 Sxtra T r a in 11 i s A M \ E x t r a ^ r a m . u 30 a m Lightn’g E x . . 3 00 p m I Lightn g hx. 3 3 ° J ^ ixpress ....... 6 00 P m I Express ........ 6 5 ° 1 M B A T A V IA , CANA.NDAIGUA & TONaW A -NDAi g o i n g - e a s t . fr e i g h t an d A c c o m m o d a n o o ........... ■Accommodation ......... - V r e ich t * n d A c c o m m o d a tion ----- - G O I N G W E S T . èiccom m o d a tion ............... - .................. .. 6 10 A M .. .9 30 A M • ■3 35 P . .6 4S A T-i ■G'EWElEaASU NOTES. edier \s got 01' tro bieat S T A .T K J N S . J W o. i N o . 3* M o. 17 N o . 11 New Y o r k L ’ v f Corning- ;|Ja.th ......... A r r . ^\aylíLad. “ ijij-voaia.. “ \.\ 70 r.. . . . “ g.OOAM 8.12 9 .II “ 9 -St “ t o . 1 5 “ 7.00PR4 6.50AM 7 - 3 3 ’,< 8 .3+ \ 9.^8 ■' 9 - 4 3 “ S.55PM 2.40 “ 3.48 “ 4,36» S,’ o ‘ ‘ ............. R o c h e s ter “ i t . 90 “ 10.25“ 6.1a ** --------- h e R o y . . “ B a t a v i a . “ •ittica . . . 1•1< * 0-51 “ x i . 17 “ 6.28“ 6.51'* O s n e s s o . “ Mtt. M o r r is “ O a n s v ille \ B u f f a l o . . . “ Ntiagr. F a l l s “ J u s p .B ’ d g e “ C l i f t o n .. . u 6.31“ 6 .5 1 “ 7 .3 0 \ 8.30“ 9 -aS \ 9 - 3 ° ‘ 9-35 ‘ 10.43 *• I I . “ 12.10 X.08 41 I .J 5 “ .t»VI « 1:2.15 AM I.08 AM I . I 3 \ j.a o “ « í »*» » E A S T WAR C S T A T I O N S N o . 12* Mo, 8 K o . 16 N o . 6 > n f t o a . . - L ’ v i; èvisp. B ’ d.ge “ ííiag:. FalU 13 uffnlo . . . “ X t t i c a . .. •• (g iita v ) B - . (< f e R o y - « 7 . Oj AM 7 - 15 “ 7.2O “ 8.00 *' 9 05 *« S . j i “ 9-13 3 , 4 3 PM 2.00 “ 2.05 “ 3 .2 5 \ 4 -SO “ 5 . 1 1 “ 5 , 3 3 \ 2.00 “ 2.05 \ 2.50 \ 4.IO I2.SS “ 2 .I7 “ 1042311 10.54'* II. z o “ R o c h e s t e r . “ 4.OO “ 9.00 *' O.IU \ I.25AVI O a n s v ille •• “ M l, M o r r is *• S e a e s e o . . . i.30 “ 2 - 3 ° “ 3.20 “ 6.40 “ 7.1Ö “ r-s^ “ 1.30 “ 2.30 '■ 3.20 “ • • • « • 1 • . ......................** L,ivon.la. • •• V V a y lan d ... ‘ ‘ ¿jatU ...— r'.orni-nk! 4.00 *’ S.06 •• 5-48 “ 6.46 « 7.32 “ 9 H 3 “ 10.04.“ I0„|0“ 11.28** 12,15PM 7-37 “ 8.30 \ 10.04 ** n . S o “ r .00 a.in • •••*•« • • t • «««* » •»**•» • New- Y o r k . 7.35am ---------- T liouglt Sbakin« like anjfAspen I., «it* W ith the chills and fever, t h e victim of m a lar1 a m a y still r e c o v e r b y useing this c e lebrated specific, w h ich not on ly breaks u p t h e in ost aggravated ai- tacks but prevents t h e ir recurrence, It is infinite­ ly preferable'to quinine, not only because it does th e business far m o re thoroughly, but also on a c ­ count of its perfect wholesom cnessaud invigorating action upon the entire system . P o r sale b y all D ruggists and D e a lers treo«riliv JST. McRae, Wye bridge, Ontario, writes: “ 1 have sold large quanti­ ties of Dr. Thomas’ Ecleclric Oil; it is used for colds, sore throat, croup, etc., and in fact, for any al- fection of the throat it works like magic. It is a s w e cure for burns, wounds and bruises.\ For sale by Shaw k Stiles. A man i- med -Jj inti the Bei eber s e t Eaton Ripids, Mich. The French Exhibition, palace of 1878 has been bought by the city of Bordeaux for $200,000. It must be removed by the 15th of Mav next. O f the twelve Oxford first class men in honors who entered the H o u se of Com m ons last April, only one, Mr. Bryce, has made his mark as yet, The fine weather in August work­ ed a great improvement in the French wine crop, which is now expected to be up to the average in most districts. On September 4th the thermome­ ter in England reached the highest point this year, 87.2 deg. Such tempeiatare is almost unprece­ dented there in September. The pianist, Von Bulow, who performed in this country in the season of 1875 -6, has had a stroke of paralysis, and the newspapers of Hanover report that the use of his right hand is gone. A California Justice, m a mo­ ment of anger, said that the law yers in a case on trial before him were no better than horse thieves. Then he apologized, and fined him­ self $10 for contempt of court. Bengalee authoresses are coming to the lore. Mrs. ♦Surnamoyi Gos- hal has written two novels and a melodrama.. She is pronounced to be well read in English works of imagination, and a careful student of English and Sanscript poets. The contrast between the speed and safely of her own juurneys and the dangers which beset those of her subjects has aroused Queen Victoria's anxious consideration, and she has brought the matter un­ der the notice of the authorities. The Emperor of Austria had a grand reception at Cracow. One thousand Polish nobles in their splendid national costume met him at the station. At a grand ball in the evening twenty-four couples be­ longing to the Polish aristocracy danced the national mazurka. Among elderly sportsmen Sir Curtis Lanapson, the whilom Ver­ mont boy who was destined to be­ come an English Baronet, ranks high. H e has lately killed in Scot­ land eight stags. He is also a con­ spicuous cattle fancier, and lately gave nearly $5,000 for a cow. Elder Daniel Franklin, a Camp- beSiue preacher, delivered a politi­ cal sennon the other day in favor of his brother Campbellile, Garfield, at Fairvlew, Ind. “ I f I had the power,\ he said, “ which Christ had over His enemies, no democrat would be here to vnte at the next election.\ The Duke of Cambridge, with the Duke of Connaught and Sir Garnet Wolsey on lus staff, is in Berlin, staying at the royal castle to view the autumn maneuvers of the Prussian army. The iuture Em ­ peror of Austria, the Grand Duke Rudolph, is at the Altes Schloss, a near neighbor, If any gentleman with a turn for writing and unable to find a pub­ lisher, wishes to embark in litera­ ture, he may have a monthly me­ dium of communication with ihe public^ll to himself, at the low d ire-?'of $250 by purchasing the ¿7 James Magazine, the copyright ot which is advertised ior sale at that sum, No Parliamentary session for halt a century has been so protracted as that which has just closed in Eng­ land. AH alike have been wearied with persistent wrangling upon the the strangest matters— the rights of the shoemakers of .Northampton to elect an infidel, rents or no rents in Iteland, the value of rabbit skins and partridge eggs, and a sessional catechism said to moutit up to near 2,000 questions. N O T I C E . McDonnell & Son opened at 113 Main street (formerly Jones’ mar­ ket) on Monday last with a fine stock of new groceries. They are going to sell goods very cheap. Ex­ penses are small, which will allow them to do so. They ask all their old customers and others to give them a trial and be convinced. H E N R Y .GRAFT, C . H , C A L D W K L L , NKW Y O R K C E N T R A L PRODUCE O f f « GOAL YATi H M Ü Y C M F T I CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 'DEALERS IN AN T H U C I 1 E AND BKUHMQUS O O . A X « S , Wool, G r a in , Phosphate, L a n d P l a s t e r , E tc, Highest Cash Price f a id lor Proiiuec. Orders for Coal left at the Genesee Co , National Bank will receive prompt atten­ tion, COAL AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE- O f f i c e , J a c k s o n S t r e e t , ( C r o s s i n g N . Y . C . & I I . R . R , R . ) B A T A V I A , IV. r . F . P . T E H R Y , AGENT FOlt THE A . n d a l s o t h e UGHI RUNNWG Nei Some Sewing c O l / l i a o S * . Peisons w a n tin g M achines -winch possess E A S T E U N N I N O - A2iD MANAGEMENT, D U KABIIiirY, G R E A T B A 1 T G E O S ’ W O E K , A L L H E E D E D S P E E D , W ith all usu'il «uid ionip rnr-»ua! i l 'l n n d new c o n ­ trivances to increase the value anil appearances c-f these most useful machines, should ca ll on me. ALSO A G E N T FOR. Pianos h Organs. F. P. TERRY, O P E R A H O U S E B L O C K , B A T A V I A , 1 ST. \S'. ) NEW COIL M B . N o B a i l R o a d s to C r o s s . A . G . 0 L 1 S T E D , Will sell Coal as follows: A B E K O W O F F E R E D C L 0 T H I 2 T G , A T jH! j U j ^ p i a O N E P R I C E C lo th in g O p e r a □ B t o ' o j s e * B l o o k , B A T A T U B L . ( i r a t e , Bsrsfi Stove, ClietttaULl, IN YARD. $4.75, 4 . 7 Ä , 4.95, 4 . 9 5 , DBLIVHREO $ 5 . 1 5 . 5.15 5 . S 5 5 . 3 5 . 0 flr.1© and Yard—CENTRE Si. S O U T H O F E R I E H A I L W A Y . C Q A L 1 C O A L I ». T . HOW A R D & W «, F O R the; present w e w ill fill cash orderj ftr C O A L at t h - follow ing prices a t yard: Grate . .............................. 14-75 ligg 4- 75 Stove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-95 Chestnut ................ .. 4 95 Delivery 40 cents per ¿011 in addition. Batavia, June 5th, 1880. R, T. HOWARD & CH. J . C . B A R N E S Has ju s t rei.eivt.ti the largestar.il finest line o f STJITinSTO-S OVER COATINGS AND T K O U S E B I N « * E v e r brough t t o G e n e see C o ., and m o re ou tie ivay. r n m p m c e s w i l l ju s REASONABLE A N D XIIJS HOIUC F I R S T « C L A S S , IN EVERY RESPECT. NO EASTERN MADE SLOP WOlllt Oil READY MADE CUSTOM WORK. “ Patronize Home lndiistry= A n d save m o n e y b y doin g so. JK3\Please c a ll a n d exam ine goods and prices. J. C. B i E N E S , 96MALN ST., Batavia, N\ Y. *'A Light in ¿he Dark-\ Help far 11)8 Weak, item s and Debilitated! R A L E ’S P H O S P H O R I C K 30 aaB)HttUSimtl\ .I MWiVW IIICO.I S P E C I F I C * Aricrit'. Involun­ tary [.o « o s , cu r e s N e rvous iJeb.liij-» Pi m stration, o' M em o ry, I.oss ol Virile P'>-»or. S - j t \ ,} Li.liilitj- D esc . i ^ ps rosu.Hiiifc? < iivsir I’ h \ s t c a . 1 . _ ___ , At .use: k.dl'n ri Itt t'r emrttnre D e c a jr, Soften tup o f the Ilratai, Para. • y^Js, U isiAsos of the K id n e y s and Urtitriiy ty . * tom, ImpfitencVr S p e r m a tn c a h a , ir«»rt De^oas ,ned P a r n iysis, A'euraliii.-i. K e inale W«iJiiifWi~ U restores W a it e d E n e r g y , Brain Pow e r and Viti- I’o r c e , C a n a iu j a F i n e u ’^ l o i Life in th e etftii* Nr«rvons System , supplying t o the R r a m tla e a t * sem.t V ita l Subtenant. Toiibs and rejnveaiatesth t cratue man. It Ik also a N a tu r a l S t m iilan lS o th c P e rfectly H e a lt liy . P a m p h let contaisiing Inform; - lion w o r t h thousands m a iled free o n r« c t ip t 1 1 sU n n p . Send, for It, ¥ a l c ? « I * h o s | > 2 t o r J c S f s e c E i l c a s soid k y a l l D ruggists. P r iw a. iiacliage', 'Vial of P o i t - d e r im p o r tan t in ¡old auc? obstinate a'i-es, -Price, J r . 50 or five p a c k a g e s and. V ial o f P o w d e r f o r F o iw w d e d postage ire e b y m ail on receipt e ) p r ice. A d dr «56 rAUEM’ F’GCO,, n o Cham b ers St,, N e w York. SolV. in Batavia, M . Y - . b y Shaw <& S'tilts, vil ' 3 will g iv e you our valuable pamphlet lree. lies'’ •I . it m« Iff« — C A L D W E L L S ’ B A f T O T 1 1( i s (rue that tlie l>lood ih the life, and It is also true that corrupt, poiionetl. Im p o verished, a id vitiated b lo o d iaeim< ^ e a tb . B y t b e i ’ flofti. tfic BI a. ff «1 ■» 11> O n l v a n l c l» a t — t - « r y the blood can l»e i j i! cctrificd astc m-'.lte it h fn lthftti and vigorous in ifc> action. Fimarc of ujo/lAbss f j/uttztiofis, Huy none u-atlts* m a g n e to Grttl- wuei I c _______________ is stam p ed o n th.« h e a r t 111 u-e c'cntfe.^if .each-, EOlsease cannot e x l a i( y o u w e a r it. Cares Rheuinatism , N e u r a lgia, P a ralysis. D js> peps:ia( Gctiera!: D e b ility , Catarrh, suii L all diseiLsci. o f th e B lood and Kidneys. PRICE ONE DOLLAR EACHf,sent by tnai' Erce 011 receipt of price. Su’b-aRentsvajited., Ad­ dress AMASA SEARLES, Aeent, t q n ^ - | i t e i - , Udtfl-vin ^ V\ Newspapw A d v e r tisin g c o m p e l s i n - cjuii'y, aacl irlaen. theaiticle o£f e red is of good quality and at a faLr price, bho natural resultis increased stalos. Newspaper A.DVJiRXisiiiG' is tne most energetic and vigilant of saks- men, addressing thousands,each day, always in the advertiser's ¡Merest^ and ceaselessly at work s-eekiitg cus­ tomers from a ll classes. » ’S S 1 W 11 C 1 K'IC ««.«»JOIN Si. & - v A D £ W A R K l 'h « G r e a t ¡tí A D E M A R i Eni| 1 1 s. b R e m e d y , an uaEiilneOure for S e ifiu a l W e a lc n e s s , S p crraator- rliea, Xnipo. tcn-cy,, and all diLi'.\sesA th a t follow ■■ w w t t . ol .Sell-Abuse if Memocy, Ur.i-vcrsal i^assilude. Pain 10 k, 33 liuiiesh=of ’Vision, PreriiatmeOiá Age, \iy nth'-r Di <•*> is thnt lead tú lasacily ci • upej'tn .u'.i1 >t Ffeir ature CJrave. 11)U ¡larinuliir» in slur pam p M e l,-w h ich w « t.vs< id lii.rü liy 'ir r i t o every one. jKS“T 1 '* Spei u.Mediüintr n sold by a l l drutrgist,- . a t $1 p< i pad- ee, o r s ix ¡itack a g c i for #5, or w ill h e sen 11 r e 1 b y nil o n recelan of the- m o n e y h y addressing ffM 'i’taoiim j1 m e d i«luc €0^5 W o . 3 M«:cliam-t,’ U lo c k , 1 * « t r o il,M ish . tlata\ia;by S h a v . S t 3 .BS,-who]i sale a n '1 a-otaii and l>y U u g g ists « v e r j * w h e r e ts L .' .'.f I , and < Ion- desìi D A U G H T E R S , H I V E S , M O T H E R S . ÍH- A P 0 S 3 TI\VE C U R E F O R F E M A L E C O M - P L A I N T S . T h irty - liv e yeears of ample and varied experi­ en c e has proved beyond the shadow -of a doubt that D r , U t e r i n e C a t l i o l - c o n w ill cvire Prolapa»,, U t e r i o r falling of the womb, Leucoerliosa, Fluor A lb u s o r “White», C h r o n ic lhflmiinnation m id Ulceration o f th e w o m b . Incidental tlcim o rrhag« or Flooding, Painful, S u p ­ pressed and lr « e m 1 ar Menstruation, e tc., -with a l l th e ir acdom pamylng crvils (cancer excep ted ,) no m atter l i o w ser-we, or o f long standing, S e n a fo r pam p h let free, with treatm ent and certificates from pSiysician s to ■HOWAR.TH & B A L L A R D , U tica, jN Y , l » « r S a .l e lay a l l D r u g g i s t * . P r icc { a .so per bottle, lie sure and ask for ¡Dr. M a rci'ssl s Callaolicon. T a k e no othejc. Sto4> illiut Tootliaclife. KING’ S Magic Toothache Cure stops toothache in five mdnutes or money refund­ ed. Price 25 cents. Shaw & Soles agents. 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