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Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 2, 1883, Dunkirk, New York t- EVENING to VOL IL NO 1 DUNKIRK CO N Y MONDAY APRIL THE OBSERVER Published evening at 5 p J at the 51 Second Street Latest Telegraphic News rt O'clock The of Music Foreign Affairs Hie t ciy tion The News is Later piper sold and Wto Buffalo the PRESS class matter in P Dunkirk SUBSCRIPTION mouth delivered jo do do do through mail 5.00 I WAS IX LY WHIPPED Vork April the janitor 1 of lie of the i building he found the I door jar The hux in if real j i j contusion pa pern and furniture j j plied on the Moor in it heap A train of powder the to i J i the door and tooK were around An examination the safe had been robbed ot The Circulates Who mintage the site places named and to whom tions should bo paid and orders given D D T J Forestville can bo found Jolm FOBS Cigar Store Third sUcut ADVERTISING ads line or Jet wecke in- -0 Etch 10 Business Cards m tins Column 1 26 made known the office iY Don't like it IRAKIS April in t for and iu cash In their taking leave of the Academy in that he regarded the movement I y i t iu hurry the in hills The key nf the naie I was kept m a compartment of ticket box covered with Some one 1 acquainted with the place implies led in the It it thought WASHINGTON WAIFS Secretary Chandler will accompany the president on his trip to Florida aud an inspection of the navy yard Eckloff ia of the de- of the District was removed charges were preferred but it is supposed tlie removal bits some con- with the recent citizens three a half tiie s attended iho concert Saturday j Braidwood ia the ami concealed place was up III people under the in the Diamond mine were to be brought out drew n large crowd About o'clock brought up thitt the had gone after the bodies had been a in ill the The Another Hotel r IT hotel s a manoeuvre against him Celebrating bit Birthday i Bunny April day was celebrated yesterday The em- aud many called on him and of telegrams of congratulations were 9 1 Bringing them to to the Keening Observer Th a dis April Bismarck is st the propriety of it after the the and on WH folk oft be men in the wild mine were DIt K It and Me Dentist and Ten over lie prospective death of i if j their A party wa- at once sent of F w only Meat tim a pile Of Up htld I lie men cat bo to lumish tov were however One of the men s etc None but competent i with ill was M thai he had to Vie secured as boon as for etc call on or Cupt A cu home I he rescued party 89 Third street or P O 638 i reached the top until they would never Jl i go in Other pay that i they will not go down again h ivs N V in the purl ol meat of A Murderer to Evening Aprii of tily an Italian named burned it ui early hour The Insa ias escaped lie was out of employment enough many anil children's hair droning i IT K IB is no further search will he ramie I jrL the and Now York Oil j is no can bu found to can bu found Six were out at 1 Big Bark Mill Burned thf Off April hark ot f ol o'clock aud identified their clot O those of Thomas Andy Fulton Ike Pearson cd here bunted The IP over covered blanket Corner Fourth oad HOT E F Crane lift Sunday Sunday BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC p in i H file and Fourth Bor Ij Pastor semee 11 n m aud p.m Sabbath 2 m be at 7 12 m and men invi The Mississippi Still al Dispatch iu the La April a is still rising Eighteen in- ches expected hero and Additional Lightning Flashes The of ism was by in York April J in was mid robbed by u who scaped to New York f Coming to America the April at- at ihc of on n suspicion of being ed in the park but after- ward released has York More Deviltry to the i The The total per cents into thus 000 of which nine million were exchanged since dred already been paid out I in anticipation of interest due May t I Oil four per The of agriculture lias ground in section of the city or an experimental farm aud iu connection with the tiou of of animals Dr who for a number ot been employed tiy the department in thin work will take of the i The the slate of tlie receipt at ilie dead letter for want ol fuil incut f invoices from various smates which under present would to the forwarding o letter without them to double bonded ware house was entered yesterday unknown parties und the contents of a number of of spirits were spilled It irf supposed that it with an intent 1000 pounds arc away between and Baion j The Kev of Fort the the a mile and a half above the Sunday a m 1 p m Sunday t a in J plantations hut the Ot Deer and xv Eev Find pastor i hath and m SUnday m All small I nsint All he union ot notice that they will to-day they receive four it day f Fifth Hcv G road Tlie Tete i secure xs April river nt Clifton has inch its height last year s 1 Special lo the April reports the most gratifying in organizing Land League in Australia This news is greeted with by the Land league hare Protective to thr It K thai ihi woiK of file money in the t w iil occupy or I hive weeks I has not a ot the leu full been made time turned over to Ntw the latter accepted tlie and nu mid hN willing the secret my of the treasury with itu nation Secretary Chandler has general order by which the title of the grade of changed to Masters! on tlu will the of and be commissioned as ants having the same rank and pay masters and the litle grade of man changed to ensign the meu now on the list to constitute tlie ior grade of and be com missioned us having rank and pay as men until further promotion The forms remain same JIH now TELEGRAPHIC TOPICS to have iti will please call at tlic in forged It stated that third ji G W M T Served Him Bight the Pa April Bowles I of will lose The United States express has i month se No 767 f A vr Mullen W an intent to have carnal did not accomplish his hellish designs as her frightened him She stated i told her mother of his terrible assault and the neighbors organized and sentenced her assailant to br publicly whipped culprit's father volunteered to carry J T 1 M tne He was tied to a post Regular land lashed on his bare back until the r in i declared his punishment v Chapter Xo EH A antt month If -I Jr II 1 aged 16 to a most Tree thu donation of Hiram SiWey jable family assaulted a little the t Co of thirty thousand packages of 1 daughter of a respectable with ed seedy to sufferers by the al Iowa Tht that the of chateau at Chant illy has been made and that the property of nil the Orleans iu France has been i for franco tbe tag One of the dis- April officials j Saturday night from Ki of the railways of the liave in consul regarding out- and hate resolved to organize a corpe to watch persons traveling on their roads and to guard t tin carriage of parcels supposed f to for use in thu of ful and disloyal designs jail it is believed of ill health of the will be with complicity in the park ht pril account of steady of containing threats which been received by The visible supply of at all United Lutes and Canadian points on the I ill aggregated bushels wheat bushels corn bushels oats bushels barley Tlie differences between New York Ancient Order of and the oilier i al precautions arc s have been threats in the und works which are now carefully guarded r for ADDITIONAL LOCALS the j A ride iu one of those elegant ucw cabs I ust received at McCarthy's China Hall t ii Center street Dunkirk K Y No will be taken In were waylaid and shot Friday night known and trusted hands arc An autopsy rwaN that the it is that this Iowa an unknown man lowed on The gravest roc mother Va merit will be fully as productive of good died al midnight shot in the head fatally This the An outgrowth of n reign of terror In the vicinity inaugurated ami by April clerk t and confederates V Ia the furnishing goods lit very w prices at Cull and look at J line of goods now on sale i at the National House invited Thomas Phillipe nn inoffensive citizen to take a 1 swindler for whose drink with him Phillips at find refused Robert C Billiard an expert check arrest the New York i bankers association had offered The i to drink but finally accepted a cigar e j J wax captured Sunday He travelled der He two wives revolver tod deliberately shot j mine Hnd one in ed fr H Smith 81 j md his companion Phillips Joyce b T own WMI Joyce W insane By means wt a invention hands The boiler of the tug boat Polar tempered IR Booth Among the p lie April Booth ed in Saturday evening before n crowded house and received great The however hit ting of Hamlet much below what were poisoned with arsenic It is now thought that a who desired release from contract be t ing refund may have resorted i ing to effect his release Monroe i before dying charged crime on a male cousin visiting family but her innocence exploded UU tWo to transmit motion from one night al I Dunn N contractor went to he i i of his divorced wife and shot her I twice He also his son aged sixteen 11 then advanced j j at Jht choice with n knife and pistol A The entire und ll H
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