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H O T E L S . J ’ao Saint James Hotel. B a c a v i a , N. Y . A. G. Coujüts & Co. BAGGAQE E X P HESS. ^Joreaii’« Bagrgage Express, AN D GENERAL DEZ.IVJE.RY. O r d e r s left a t the St. Jam es H o t e l, W a s h b u rn H o u se, H o o p e r H ouse, and b a g g a g e room s. A l l orders p r o m p t ly attended so day or night. D E N T ISTS. |f it. Brj;\};iatiu M AjK/iS A SPECIALTY I n artistic w tificlal teeth. Teeth, extracted -with­ ou t p a in , R o o m s o v e r AncLersoa & Chesley-'s. C. CtJuniuuer, 0% ML: y j M ai I 1 b T K iisr. A (p e n a lt y m a d e o f saving t h e aaturril teelk im i ’siaiAbin. JJr. TV. 1\\ Potter, OFFICE A N D RESIDENCE, 133 Wain Street, - B a t a v u , i f . Y , Qr. John C. Dantison, PH YSIC IA N AN D SUUiGMOA, O ffice ovor J . A Clark'-. ¡e-vre \ v sto r e . Qr. H. S. Hutcliins, HOMEOPA VIUS'l. O ffice— C o m e r o f M a in a n d Jackson st R e sidence— 45 S tate street, B a tavia, K . Y . ATTORmm, JF- Fitzgerald, CO UNSEL OS-A ' 1 -Z.AW, Rooms 5 and 6, Masse Block, B a tavia, N . Y . |ra B. Stewart, AT 20 R 1 TEY AN D COUNSELOR A 1 LA W , 94 M a in S nuarr, lto o m 5, B a tavia, N . Y. |Hi H. Peck, Ji., A l'lO R N E Y AN D iO U N S K tO R A'J JLAW. N o . S3 M /on STiii'.tT, Ov«r Turner & Son's, Batavia, N. Y. frasic S. Wood, A llO R N E Y A N D COUNSELOR A 7 LA W . OiBiie at S u r r o g a t e ’s O ffice. §aff»rd 33. North, A 1 T O R N E Y A N D COUNSELOR AT LA W , O ffice o y e r the First N a tional TJ-ro1;. PAINTS. ¡3. HyillEam Wood, C A R R IA G E and S 2 G K PAIN TER. 4 State Street, with H iller & Schad. F i n e sign w o r k oi a ll 1:5 dc I3 a specialty. CABINET MA JTWR. F, Lawrence, CABINET. SHOP. Jaekson Sire& t (in T e r r y ’ s H all). F u r n iture o f all kinds m a d e t o order. F in e w o r k a ip « c i a lty , W in d o w cornice suad picture tram e s. B O A R D IN G - E Q U a m . O’Donnell, B O A R D IN G HOUSE, N o , 4 E v a n s street. B o a r d b y t h e d a y o r w e e k , T e r m s reasonable. Write to M r s . L ydia E . P inkham , No- 233 Western Avenue. Lynn, Ma.ss., for pamphlets relative to the curative properties of her V egetable C ompound in all female complaints. F. Burrows, of the firm of Bur­ rows & WinstanJey, Sarnia, and Wilkesport, writes that he was cured of a very dangerous case of inflam­ mation of the lungs solely by the use of five bottles of Eclectric Oil. Feels great pleasure in recommending it to the public, as he had proved it, for many of the diseases it mentions to cure, through his friends, and in nearly every instance it was effectual. For sale by Shaw, & Stiles. ------------ ------------------ B A T A V I A D A I L Y S E T S . Thursday, October 7, 1880 . 1 ‘ubiish.ed daily, Sundays exefpted, b y the D A I L Y N E W S P U B L I S H I N G CO, T om xinson B l o c k , B a t / w u . N . Y . M. D. MIX, E d i t o r . B E A U T I F U L ! B E A U T I F U L A U T O T Y P E Physicians E ecommend I t . — Your Thomas’ Eclectric Oil cona- mands a large and increasing- sale, which it richly merits, I have al ways found it exceedingly helpful; I use it in all cases of Rheumatism, as well as fractures and dislocations. I made use of it myself iq calm tlie pains of a broken leg- with disloca­ tion of the foot, and in two days I was entirely relievedlrom pain. JOS. BEAU D IN , M. D. Fox sale by Shaw & Stiles. T h e n e x t census of the German empire will be taken on the 1st ot December next. It is estimated that the returns, when made up, will show an increase of from 5 to 10 per cent, in the population. At the last enumeration, in 1875, the German nation was found to num­ ber 42 million souls. The king­ dom of Prussia, with a population of about 2 5 ^ millions, possess nine universities in almost all but the name. In these eleven institutions, including the universities oi Berlin, Breslau, Gottingen, Bonn, Hall, Konisberg, Greitswald, Marburg and Kiel, the acobemy of Munster and the Lyceum of Braunsberg, there was a staff oi professors and lectur­ ers numbering altogether 985, while their auditors exceeded 10,000 in number, the matriculated students alone being 9,663 strong in the last sumer session. Berlin remains by far the most frequented of all the Prussian, and, indeed, of all the German universities. ------------- <«»> ------------- T h e annual boat race between Harvard and Yale has grown to be •quite a costly affair. The Treasurer of the Harvard University Boat Club has just reported that the year’s ex­ penses were $4,.428.65, and that the club,is in debt $404 at that. The amount of money consumed, how­ ever, in preparing for the race, is a trifle compared with the time. Both Harvard and Y a le have already be­ gun their work for next summer’s regatta. ------------- 4 -*-» -------- - ---- A. Boteruilued Suicide. Major Raffelle Piccoli, a volun­ teer “ of the thousand,” and one ot I 1 the heroes of Garibaldi's famous Si cilian expedition, has recently laid hands on his life in a wholly unpre­ cedented manner at Catanzaco, where he had been for some years past re­ siding with his wife and five chil­ dren. The Piccoli family had long suffered extreme poverty, its entire income consisting of three hundred lire— about twelve pounds— granted to the major by the Italian govern­ ment in recognition of his splendid services in i860, It appears that this unfortunate warrior and patriot, weary of the hopeless struggleagainst the direst want, determined to put an end to his troubles by suicide. Having carefully sharpened a tyrge nail he shut himself up one day in his bedroom and proceeded to carry out his desperate resolve. He wrap­ ped up a heavy stone in rags, so that his children in the adjoining cham­ ber might not hear the noise ofham- mering, and seiting the point of the nail against his temple, drove it in tip to the head without uttering a single cry or groan. When his wife casually entered the bedroom some time afterward she found Piccoli a corpse, stretched out upon the floor, •with a picture of the Virgin on his breast and the fatal stone tightly grasped in his right hand. Great public sympathy has been awakened in Italy by the melancholy fate of this gallant Garibaldian. T H E A E - T O T Y P E C - A R X ) is a picture repro­ duced from * an ordinary p h o tograph by the A r t p typ e process. A s a copy it is superior in smoothness iuid exactness. I T CANNOT FADE. A s a portrait of a celebrity it -will he valu e d by t h e possessor and preserved; thus d o in g th e w o r k of fifty transient, lig h t ly valued business cards, and m aking perm a n e n cy a feature, not only of the piCr ture, but of uhc advertisem e n t. P a rties wishing to bring their business before the public in a novel and attractive s tyle w ill d o w e ll to c a ll at this o f­ fice and lo o t o v e r sam p les o f c a rd size o l which w e have o v e r “i t <li l l e r c i l t Ifc i J l d B . C a b in e t size w ill sooa be introduced. W e ha-ve t h e gen e r a l agen c y for the A R T O i ’ Y P K C A R .D S and are prepared to fill orders from 200 t o 20/0&0 on short notice Daily News Publishing Company, 6 3 f c 6 5 M a m St., B a t a v i a . SlmtJo t oi pt t < g ! i ! ( >ne c 'oseof S i r . T a f t ’ s W l a . H e P t u e If S y r u p wi.I t t p that uiugh a n t o . r e it. W e don’t u i ' c l o w bad you' cough is, or V.vv m a n y c o n g !;m c ^ icin.> '.0.1 h a . e t r i t d , or how many pby-Mcans y o u h a v ? consulted. A ter ev ry th b g else has.fai'etl, w e gu jron tee the W H I T E P I N K to cure you e v e r y ti *ie, o r re­ fund your m o n ey. l;o r u g h s ,C o lds, 13 ron chitis. W h o oping C o .ich and C o il v im jjtion, it~ equal has never been d iv o v e r e d , Don't wait ■.tii u yo 1 a r e in the t a t »tiis-s of consumption, Ini' g i t a h i t t l e to-day, a i d see how soon you will begin, to improve, A 8 T H K A . H E L P is t h e c r y of tn s e attli ted \with A s ­ thm a Are c .me to your i-el e f with a: reme !y vorth its w i g h t in gold. Dr. T a il's A s t l l “ m a l e » « is a s u r e and perm anent cure for tins ternl) !e d isease, in e\siy form - One dose w ill break, t h e spasms. O e d ) ie w ill g iv e y o u a sweet a n ti refresh- | ing night's rest A per man 11 cure ls sure to ' fnllo v if.taken f .r a short time. G e t a trial bottle foi 2jC. and bo c o n v inced. Large bot- | tie, $1.50. DR. TAFT BROS.. Proprs., R o -h. s ieiv N . Y . For sale by A. D. THYON, Hatwia, N. Y. VALUABLE 'lilHtJOVEiiF BY MRS. J ü liY E MYSEK8. n ¡25 < Prlco 25 and. 50 c«iits p o r box. T H E D R A W I N G A N D H E A i 3 N G S A L V E C u r e s Larhtm cles, Fe.otis a n d A b scesses w ith ­ out the aid of a knife. T H E D R A W I N G A N D H E A L I N G S A L V E Cures C u t s , Bum s a n d F lesh W o u n d s. THE DRAWING AND HEALING SALVE Cures'Erysipelas and Ringworms. T H E D R A W I N G A N D H E A L I N G S A L V E C u r e s P iles and Poisoned F lesh- T H E D R A W I N G A N D H E A L I N G S A L V E Cures Corns, IuS-iined Joints, Chilblains, and Fr- st-bitcs, T H E D R A W I N G A N D H E A L I N G S A L V E is highEy recom m e n d ed by all -who have used it, M R S . J U L Y E M Y E R S ’ k w e u m & t i c cuitas, A Positive Cure for Rl- «utnattsm, N e u r a lgia, W e a k liacEts, Sprains, S tiffm s s o f Jojnls, S e - e r e A c h e s, Cro-mps, etc. P r ic e $1 p e l l>oi'le. T r ial DDttle ioc. F o r sale w h o lesale and retail by 3 ) S -iy. S H A W St S T I L E S . A. P. Tryon is agent in Batavia for the McKinnon Pen. 02 - 24 t Itlaktus Room for tUo M ouruers. Some years ago, among the Berk­ shire Hills, in Massachusetts, there was a funeral. The woman who mingles curiosity with pity was there with the mourners. To the afflicted widow, in a melancholy voice, she said: “ When did you get your new eighf-day clock?\ “ I ain’t got no new eight-day d o c k ,” responded the bereaved woman. “ Why, what is that in the comer? Ain’t that an eight-day clock? per­ sisted the curious visitor. “ No; that ain’t a clock, that is the deceased. We stood it on end in the corner to make room for the mourners. ” M R S . M . M . E O S S , M t 0 0 i\ & 83 1-2 lYest. M a in Street, ^ ¡ \ O p p o s ite R e y n o ld’s A rcidft. Meals and Lunclies served at all hours, as formerly 8r Exxhange St. ROCHESTER, ST. Y. Parlor /or the Use o f Guesis. AGENTS WANTED T o 1 a l e e s u b s c r i p t i o n s f o r t l i e I N T E M A T M A L E E Y I E W , t h e l a t e s t a n d ' b e s t A m e r i c a n p u b l i c a t i o n , o i t h e h i g h e s t e l i t e s , w i l h o r i g i n ^ c o n t r i b u t i o n s , f r o m t h e m o s t c e l e b r a t e d \ w r i t e r s m t h e c o u n t r y . E d i t e d b y J . T . M o r s e , J r . , a n d I i e n r y C a b o t L o d g e , g e n t h m e n o f f h e h i g h e s t a t t a i n m e n t s a n d c u l t u r e , a n d w h o s e n a m e s a r e a l o n e s u f f i c i e n t g u a i a n t y o i t h e v a l u e o f t h e R e v i e w . A l w a y s bri^Iil, ic a c h b l e a n d in: t r a c t iv e ; co s m o p o lita n in literature, p r o g r e s i v e in scien c e , un s e c tarian in r e lig io n , a n d in d e ­ p e n d e n t in p o litics. P r i c e 5 0 c e n t s a n u m b e r ; $ 5 . 0 0 a y e a r . A c o m p l e t e A g e n t ' s O u t f i t s e n t o n r e c e i p t o f $ 1 . 0 0 . A s p e c i m e n c o p y s e n t t o a n y a d d r e s s f o r 1 5 c e m t s . A . S . B A U I N E S & C O , , P u b l i s h e r s , i n & 1 1 3 W i l l i a m S t . , N e w Y o r k . A V e r l a a M o T r u t h i s l l a a t J a m - V C o u g h P i l l s c u r e t h e m o s t o b s t i ­ n a t e o l c o u g l i t , a n d c o l d s w h e n o t h e r r e m e ­ d i e s h a v e f a C e d , T h o u s a n d s h a v e u s e d t h e m w i t h s u c c e s s a n d t h e y a r e p r o n o u n c e d t o b e t h e m a r v e l o f t h e a g e . P r i c e 2 5 c e n t s . W h o l e s a l e A ^ e n l s , S h a w & S t i l e s . S o l d i n B a t a v i a b y a l l d r u g g i s t s . 8 9 - 3 6 . Go to Shaw & Stiles for Freeman s !\\m National Dyes. brightness and durability of thej' are imequaled. Color Mrs. For col or from 2 to 5 pouiads. Price, -»«*. ---- 15 cents. HEALTH IS WEALTHS D r . E . C . W e s t ’ s N e r v e a k d B r a i n T r e a t m e n t : a s p r c t f i c f o r H y s t e r i a , D i z ­ z i n e s s , U u n v u l b i o i i s , N e r v o u s H e a d a c h e , M e n t a l D e p r e s s i o n , L o s s o f M e m o r y , S p e r m ­ a t o r r h o e a . , I m p o l i c y , I n v o l u n t a r y E m i ; s - » > n s , P r e a n a t u i e O l d A g e , c a u s e d b y o v e r - e x e r n o n , s e l f - a b u > e , o r o v c t - i n d u l g e n c e , w h i c h l e a d s t o m u e r y , d ' c a y a n d d e a t h . O n e b o x w i l l c u r e r e c e n t c a ^ e s . E a c h b o x c o n t a i n s o n e m o n t h ’ s t r e ’ t m e n t . O n e d o l l a r a b o x , o e t s i x b o x e s f o r f i v e d o l l a r s ; s e n t b y m a i l p r e p a i d o n r e c e i p t o f p r i c e . W e g u a r ­ a n t e e s i x . b o x e s t o c u t e a n y c a s e . W i t h e a c h o r d e r r e c e i v e d b y u s f o r s i x b o x e s , a c ­ c o m p a n i e d w i t h f i v e d o l l a r s , w e w i l l s e n d t l i e p u r c h a s e r o u r v v r n t e n g u a r a n t e e t o r e ­ t u r n t h e m o n e y i f t h e t r e a t a i e n t d o e s n o t e f f e c t a c u r e . G u a r a n t e e s i s s u e d b y F . E . W r i g h f , S o l e A u t h o r i z e d . A g e n t t o r B a t a ­ v i a , N . Y . W n u I I . T i b b s 3 w h o l e s a l e a g e n t , B u l l í a l o , X Y . s e p 3 y i ButMo k tío util western E’y SÜIOIÍ tTEii'JC. <t r i C K E S T AN W BES«’ a a O C íE TTO P i t t s b a r g h , T i t u s v i ' . ' c a n t a l l p m i s i n t i n - u p p ^ r a i . U lr w c r o i l c o u n t r y . S i r e c o i i x c t i o n s l o r C . i n - c i t i n a u , S t . l . o u i s a n > C h i c a g o , p i v i ¿ i l l } o i i . t s w e t . On a n d . t i t e r N o v . 1 6 , 3 8 7 9 , i r r . u r i s w i l r u n a s f o l l o w s l r o m N V C . & H . K . K . R . D e p o t , I i u t - t a l o , N . Y . , i N . Y . u m c ) : 8 2 5 ^ ’ ^ ' s r r l v e J a m e f t 0 ‘w n A . M . , If those afflicted with Asthma, knew how easily it can be cured, they would aiot sloop before securing a bottle of Dr. Taft’s Asthmalene. (See another column,) ------------- ------------------- We meet every dav on the street, men and women who are standing on the brink of the grave from a cough which they can’t get rid of. W e know from experience that you can be perma.nently cured by Dr, Taft’s White Pine Syrup. A few doses will prove the truth of what I iave said. — E d . Morning Times. --- - ■1 1 ■ The only Stomach Remedy in the world, guaranteed by your ov*n druggist, is D. R. V. G. Dyspepsia Remedy. Stop! see regular advertisement of D, R. V. G. in another column. Try it. ------------- «-*-•*-------------- STOP- 1 H 1 T NUISANCE. arrive Jamestovin ^Titusville 1.50 P. M , I’ltthln rgh 7,40 P. M 4 , 4 0 P . lit., ai riving J a m e stow n 8.25 P. M . N o change of cars, betw e e n BiilHsio and Pitts- b;.rg. L'nims a«rivc a t 10 A . M . and 8.10 P , M A l l 'rains r n r daily, Kor fu r th e r 111 lorraatio» call at general o f l i x , 1,15 M ain street,, iluffalo, N Y J, F. M O U L T O N , A . S. IS I c A L L I S T E R Genera.1 M anager. (r. P . and T . A g e n t, Wheezing with the Asthma, Bron- chits or a simple cough is inexcus­ able when Dr. Thomas’ Eclectric Oil banishes the throat-laceraiing and ear-disturbing complaint, and averts the danger of Consumption. Cease therefore, to be a sufferer and a nuisance, For sale bv Shaw & Stiles. -------------- -------------------- I t is a s s e r t e d that the ordinary cosmetics used by Udies are pro­ ductive of great mischief. We be­ lieve fhis is so, and that a better means of securing a beautiful com­ plexion is to use some good blood medicine like Sc^viil’s Blood and Liver Syrup, which cleanses the biood and gives permanent beauty to the skin. An interesting: i ’luit. O v e r o n e - t h n d o f t h e A m e r i c a n p e o p l e a r e t r o u b l e d w i t h S i d e I i e a . d 3 . c l i e i n e i t h e r i t s n e r v o u s , b i l i o u s o r c o n g e s t i v e i o r e n s , a i l o f w M c l i a r i s e f r o m a d i s o r d e r e d s t a t e o ‘ t h e l i v e r , a n d 1 1 0 p e r m a n e n t r e l i e c a n * 7 « h a d u n t i l t h e l i v e r b e p u t ¿ i t o r d e r T c c k t h i s h a s b a t t l e d t l i e s k i l l o i o t t r m o s t e m i K e n t p h y s i c i a n s , a n d . a t a l a t e « n e e t i n g o t h e J N e w Y o r k M e d i c a l A s s o c » A l t o n i i w a u n a n i m o u s l y c o c e d e d t h a t t i l e o n l y k n o w r r e m e d y l o r p e r m a n e n t l y t t i m s g a i c i v H e a d ­ a c h e w a s D r . J L e s l i e ’ s S p e c i a l P r e s c r i p t i o n ( o r N e r v o u s a n d S i c i k H e a d a c h e , w h i c h v s o l d l ) j ? a l l d r u g g i s t s a t 7 5 c e n t s p e r b o t . t i e t T r i a l s u e 2 5 c e n t s . h H E A W & S t i l e s , a g e n t ! ) f o r B a t a - v i a . MBS. - LYDIA E. PINKH&M. OFt-VNH , M ASS. L Y D t í \ E « H A I M ’ S v s n a t n - s C O M M I T ® . Tito Fopitivp Cnro How a days when a couple of foois are engaged, T ’is sickening to see hov/ they spootv T h e y think brothers or sisters are all i n t h e way, Until after the Honey moon. Then when married life comes with its trcubles and cares; Their spooning it very soon drops, Their Billing is done by the doctors and nurse, And their cooing with broomsticks and mops. Contusions and bruises, will some­ times appear, Their beautiful features to spoil, 'Their only relief in such cases as thesej Is Dr. Thomas’ Eclectric Oil. For sale hy Shaw & Stiles. MP* Advertise in the Daily News. F o r a l l F e m a l e C o m p la in t s . Tl*lf Xs r„ i'tit!■., L ' nanr- ' i? r. ”r ■, oi V* ¿ e u u / r r o p . . 4t'-; lli.it are lurrl-.-Ml«» tluMuo;*t J el- ic.ktoiK v a ïM . 1, ‘ic n j o t r i a l t h * * ipí riis o f tliES Com ’iTÎ r] v'1' - -«»\«> f i-- jirnm»íÍ’.lt'.<' ! (Old w ’.icnitsiLSfis en;: fíi» «Î. in nînety-nim* enst^inabun. d: a pennam t r : \ ‘in < U »l,.1 ilhD-isrtï.iJ.-t ^ *1 tîfy< 0.i n-i*»)..il . c ut it! pr.r. cu norit > ít i = t >-'iay vt- comm^iïdcilaniiiBi'eicrib^tl by tI*o be^t p’iytiicianfl in the country. It will curt» (• ntlrHy t1-' w>’ï:t form of *>f tht.* utt: u.t, 1-i \w »nli-i.i, irr' ^uhr nn*l Mi u.=truiitloV!.i'Ilr s,,u*iftivTnmbI<'p, InCummati^îi atnu ITl.'t'ritiiiri F.'-‘>'!IrvrvaU I i f ïaccniruts ai.d tlie c*D* <w*'(ucnt v.c n \f,c s, aüd is especially a»îa.i>î*-'^ Mit* Chang’i'of LIV j . ,lt wi.i disuelvo and esjW fr »mhe t 'utcMi' i'a m c uly o C d« vt !• rit. Eko tuidency to eanc roj^humursthero U cüücstîJ very ppcedlly by its uic-. Ixx fact it iias provrtl to b*' the. >gro¡xb o.'L and bc^t iv'n-'.Jy that h a s ever bt*on tliscorev* ©d. ï t permtatcsc“ Vi‘ry portion oi’tlie HyPtom(uJvJííi'vtíS îicw lifoand v igor. It rem oves faintness,ílaív.lcr.cy. pfcroys all craving for stim u lants, and lclievcswealiffiesa of thestoim*,-h It cures rioatiiw“, IÎL'adachos, NVi-vrnxs rrostratt^Hi G i'neraîDebiKl;, S h« pcprc.'-üion fTstion. TLat f'.c’V.n^of Inarln g d o w n , rausínf? -paini w i g h t iiiid batm^fho, is a lw a y s iicrraanpniîy curf<£fcy it.-; u se. It \willp^t ail î-iim \ a n d under r.Il t i. cu^tiU t ces, act Sa bainaouy with tho Uvv tuai gnvema t f funalesyslem . Foi,KldnoyCoiri{)l:únttí of cither i*t‘K tïils. roinpoCiDU is unsurpassed. Lydia E. Pinkliams Vegetable C o m p o i s n d Ispreparoil at.\\.l and 235 Wnsteril Avi-nii'’. T'nn. ? ^ PriceS 1 .C. 0 Sis liittl\..! forS-'i.no. Sait Liy m*--»*1111 ‘ fojm of pills, nl'oiatlio form of Lozenges, \rs of price, $1.00, ]>en' bot, for either. Sirs. frcp]y ausweranll 1'tberü of inquii-y* Sunil fui .p*111 phlcfc, Addf'.'s'.'i s n'.iovc Mention this poyi,r~. No family thou ldbe without LYDIA E. PI'îKHAi tJVE-R 2 'IILS. They curs Constipation, T-il ïoû and Torpidity o( ahe Livur. 23 cents per C.N.CftltrESS’OJf,Gpn . 3 Fv1 < •1 Sold ty SIltATV 4 c STIIÆS*

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