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Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 25, 1883, Dunkirk, New York EVENING to VOL III NO 24 DUNKIRK CO AUGUST 35 1883 SINGLE 3 CTS OF FRANK I Trial or Noted at Perpetuation Of Uy of the Measures for Birthplace of the Father of His Country tir Aug iS A from The jury that U trying the case State Frank all of of i mi i TiX BY TIIK s WASHINGTON Ally 35 Section of the act of June T re- Idling ro tiie tax levied by the upon the different States the provided that when the land was by the in lieu of tlie T -i of the realized and lenses of such should rllj vert in which the lands were sis i to aid in the establishment of schoon in tiia of education 3 provided where the State for the and t it'll Oi of its colored population ar to go to Africa the India or such other favorable to the nice more of proceeds from and If uses should tha States with this It is understood hat a ring has formed M hereby thf claims of many this shall presented for payment the plan lo ot such proceeds un- of the law ex- While Southern States arc the oi'iy where land was taken to taxis they alone are interested in present but as few if any made j 1 to colonize its i or did anything whereby j under thai provision of tiie act could founded is not probable thai more a fourth of thu wiil he South Carolina the first to lead in and her claim amounting t already been tiled at the uiv Department but the amount will be iii.iteriallj- cut down when the award the night in of he it was much at the hotels and the opinion if expressed a verdict of is out of the question A lunig jury An acquittal is solid irf the jury the youth of tour of tin members and the of of tlin risf to Last night Mick and Mrs was on the streets with the MATTHEWS AND The Alleged Bargain field aud Jay Gould Jay That Never to Stanley MM to rhe A ESCAPE A but Me The two thi v is his at this the witnesses d from The not SIR yesterday A tlic that the t- t for the told the si lie into the in an in to the jury read thu -story the of head the the hit it SACKED The recent by the government of tlie birthplace of Washington lias created interest in the preservation of his old homo Mount Venion is well the efforts of Miss of South Carolina aided Everett the Mount Vernon Union was and tiie home of tlie patriot was purchased To nt thu thirteen original States was assigned a room to the restoration which to its beauty H was ed ihc ladies of the State should pledge were Frank James and Wood The two who possession of the 1 and ence Mr Wallace then went into the history of tho to rob the at j and the of the James in I the organ izat kin of i Testimony will to show that j the before leaving Kentucky shipped i implements of the robbery to John brother of Bob Ford Wallace then foreshadowed the testimony of the State locating the in Clay and Hay establishing their presence in the vicinity o Winston on the of tlic robbery The defense to the of ami the taking ol lj of la a who in of j at timi ol death lie re- luted how lie anil four including ut how three men in tlic car with revolvers in killed ns he jumped to tin and all the of the i Oil he admitted thai hi not of the a- they masked engineer of the sew mi l how i ot robbers jumped on the train and 1 forced him to obey orders at the imrah f of revolvers he fold It I 1 am a of Stanley ami nmk au active part in him am sorry lo New that agreed to i sum to the election fund a with held thai he would elected send to the Stanley to j any occasioned denth or on the be kind as to tell iii is truth in you made any arrangement iti tu placed upon he Supreme 1 I have a to isk worked hant aud in tor bis Known him his boyhood and having his greai and Very FA brokers ot ar and car one aiu with passengers nu the switch at a station on the Xew York a few miles west of tin left wt this u run j il Jlw per hour j saw bte the was but si his Over for nearly twt thy pounded and in ib wild career jumped and deep How thv guard Had it the of woult have hut ns it turned out no lives lost It tainly a-s an awful railroad wreck WAR m A SUCCESS The French Papers Repel the Charge That Fiance Alone Threatens tha Peace of Europe Lite iK VOT A to tender just the culvert broke turned a in mid-air into the which was almost entirely demolished The en- witli u slight scratch on ankle The jerked out ot its course The wheels went one it Hanoi It is that the will to Iv to with of is iS it were OUT a who the as at first It slated that entsuy one behind another over the been No The is ni but it is thought many I Yun that has ever happened in this th Nan f New I'd It I 1 I have letter The story that 1 anv money to tiie ol or cNf to bench fit line it inn 1 had no bargain or un- Mr son or Mr Indeed now Shat 1 ii iii jour own si die i- ti tfl r his 1 iiy iin open telegram aid if in confirmation was my counsel Indeed he was a 11 lend ol it for the Tliomas X and was at that time a tile in those itt 1 was nit ICO from the track were out irom the the force the car half way down center The jumped through sash and all OHK woman threw her child an ji window and made an Ui follow car was landed in tlic roadway side Xo one badly hurl but of the wildest followed The trucks from two coaches also were jerked out hut over In these couches the through the Out was u- it the of which is i most approach o I lanoi A special dispatch from Honir A at in recently with some u revolver and killed a hoy and two men was anil now ii waits rial The had an effect oil the populace who by the action of the in Placards were on walls of the city Wednesday to risu anil the The to I lit i II ii u ie that the Europeans in ton I greatly alarmed and British sent an appeal to the Ton LATEST DISPATCHES Tltc Central For It f Special to Evening NEW The wire factory tit near Tlic loss is dollare It property ot K H Walff Co Two hundred fifty thrown out of employment by this affair A N ew Stand and Deliver i to Evening Aug of the state central tee publishes a circular asking for contributions ami announcing That laws against any of office holders will be Not as good luck As the l the Aug Ct while was in Hit Iff t by accidental discharge of a gun 3 Two Cases of iff Ai V wo o auct Sill the of A Hill One was ken cut about Swift has i i Tin It li K Co tin Cfn It tho experience during the robbery how he and sympathy in the ject it is worthy of noto that some ot the ot the old are Mrc and y even South Carolina whose daughter the plan for the preservation of backward in this It lias that tire ladies of a Suite do within three years the of a room assigned to them shall be assigned to gome other in the end Jill the rooms of the the le threat irom car by with a revolver United States audit on the tiMin related how he wa lo the safe by two men in the IE i Dun A Co of tilt tint nothing occurred Uie to altar tho favor alile for nun business the country been Hiill the hank changes si increase over lit of last year There are of in- the bj WHS shaken up Several I'll in led from the ex ci lenient gave birth a Tin village was de the track when the train otl lie a jump fur life but landed in a barbed wire and was severely hurt A track has been built A sent trom is an expression the taken their impatience at the conduct of destination of York A Ohio who was on the train it one oi woist looking wrecks he ever saw Under ordinary circumstances flui list of dead mid wounded would have been frightful Another N V Aug JK Dr Lewis Swift director of the Warner Observatory the comet he observed lust evening what to Ixj comet in tlic ankle of the of Two physicians then testified as ol the wounds causing death This cot id tided the testimony State in so far as the killing is and the be in shape for the then until p m when tion of thousands of who an- will to connect Frank 1 anies the killing Governor imr and ih an fit tent ivo auditor in the court The most intense excitement was caused noon when and the two gentlemen who were warned a day ur two ago to be careful in giving against Frank James re- The committee decline to disclose ST Lours Aup Alex Your evidence against Frank will bo by tried and true of the hero one but the writer a ml one other know bow near Governor tenden came in vinit THE Tlie Hill Investigating Committee to-day received n on the condition of the of the from inted bj tho Collector of of at the instance of examine the tho The committee decline to disclose of their report It is however that it corrolxirates the of Woodman as given before tho His testimony was in The apparatus put in by Contractors did not in several merl the of the the Su i it afternoon that he rode in the t and quantity of terial to be used The report ot the expert sent to examine tlic work has nut been Xew tlic elm says the report of the committee submittal in the Secretary of tlie ai of the leading The however centers Tlie of the money the vision almost instantly As here are ket Seem favorable and the year no nebulae in tiie vicinity Dr Swift likely to hi one of production The market has Imt at limes has some ol strength All advance in price has losi also very ir- with considerable but In j roi en til the market K with a tendency upward without anv material advance are wilh i desirable lot in The trade is Tlie for cot I on Juis im- proved tin ot tin 01 damage and short crops In hi it anil cheese the moderately active with some export demand grades ot coffee in bettor and there is a slight iii Tea is dull and Haw susar little more prices Refined in in only is ot the opinion that the a comet but he was unable to determine the motion If this discovery turns nut to a comet Dr Swift wants the for offered by Mr 11 11 Warner the founder of the Warner who however made W It of it special award of for he discovery of a comet the day before the for the year was announced Dr has won about by Treasury early next week TUB Second Controller of the Treasury lips that the rases of the of the be re- to the Court of Claims for Adam T Bennett car from Jefferson City to St Louis The pistol cocked twice and only policy its use Frank lamas has friends that will never see him and will come to life aid at the h time If you nre wise you will A is written in red ink in free in the Hotel San An- tonio The postmark is Wabash Postal Car and it evidently at the Union The letter to Irvine was written in at pricej are a TCI i 141 Jin i L j Frannis E Vincent Kobert black ink and in a plain envelope 31 Joseph II Van James the author of the Blair T Miller William V find Benjamin F Tope These A are for arrearages ot TOV to due under a recent N 1 the case W t recently incarcerated in Tlic iron trade is not very in i the of most oi are lower and the f eel in is more Th for the last seven days the States antl Canada for hist New Ki iff land ern and Xew Voik It that per cent cash and the balance in notes that their creditors will in An of CHICAGO 23 of leading wholesale of this city met here this to form an association whose defined is to prevent discrimination by A claim was made at the meeting that the tuition of ronds into a to at other to obtain terms Irom the roads than was the in this city A committee was appointed to and from the tenor ol tlie speeches it is proposed to organize what will bf known as a freight and the ance of member will be a mce of the entire body The association nearly every leading house hi the city and the innovation is deemed an un- usual one for oo the 1 el to at- on am France threatens uf The shown by the tatter he reason as the French press upon the whole been very in to Tin of hf and to them that their ex- in various parts of the world do not tdd in lhu decree U> in The article in the has j startled j and on the bourses of Paris I anil Herlin to fall The everywhere express surprise nt the on France ami wonder as to what lift object is Thu papers repel the chances contained fit the and mute is betler prepared now to say that is seeking the for j or for the of fresh I The Austrian press ask if the article means war The English als think the warning overdone and the cause used for It would not be wisu say to attach too much to the article A of gave a dinner at to the committee the International Fisheries Exhibition Edward member of presided and a toast to For- Commissioners Professor 0 Brown tlie United States and Wilmot of responded LATE NEWS ITEMS has appeared at several w Hampshire and people nre ill St and ten adjoining it wore destroyed by Lewis a shot The rioting bet wren the Catholics antl Wits at last night The the disturbances and made arrests OF Allff Perry Minister in opening the Council declared the of thri elections was a strons val of the and a national in favor ot a WHY T A says the to in- Alex it Ohio last has at tlic of this ron Ohio National bank arrived in timt Worn antl ill jail 8 drawn Providence Boston 1 4 Buffalo 1 New York i A joint resolution passed the 11 on the for a ti postal system on 24th elected Hon of President Lewis Selsor u of mit County Ohio shot himself on the Ills wife died one year ago Hs leaves six children Mrs Hannah used years mid tho reside of her daughter Mrs Ohio on the KM John A a man and of Boston diM ington Conn from heart aged seventy-two a wealthy died tit his cottage in Portsmouth N H I day of typhoid fever HK ami family are ill Defective drainage is supposed to be the cause of the I trouble i Johannes who was on board the Alaska on her arrival in York a few days ago on the charge of mitt ing a in Norway I has to return to that country Prince Hohenlohe in an interview saiJ that bis mission is greatly Tlie had no intention of encouraging the emigration of Germans to Canada but simply desired to ascertain bow the English carried on their system of colonization r A largo number of people from i Fla passed through yesterday refugees from the fever They that live hundred persons had left cola formed tiie Foreign Affairs thai of Con 1 PIII I in prove nts The of the sion in the case of Captain The Second Controller has asked their the State prison for assault on a fellow Chi ern is considering the practicability of to the Court of Claims tlic old in threaten to bring suit law contained in section against the State prison keeper and board j and not under the ot damages for i ins them They claim p g Constitution declares that no President of N G ami William 3 te and report on niles of the Pacific iti Montana to examine forty-two of saim railway in torits The n weir II of Brooklyn M of Xew Tork city and of New Yoki to Her deprived of the privilege of iod according the dictates of ma two rails between Cincinnati Station the pttint at which he Southern crosses the Short Line tiie MI as to ville iin inlet into west end of the city mid also to enable the roads his conscience ami that the wearing of i t he end I'mmllic Aug 33 was arrested here night charged with attempting to with which to poison her ii t Mr lias on several taken ami it Is believed it s- by in his Mrs is possessed of some fly and has lately been receiving ton from one of her queues is an element of the Chinese religion A Doctor At o'clock last night the janitor of the Flat Ninth and Race discovered the dead body of Dr J S Martin in his office with a small revolver in wound in the The tions were that the man had been dead hours The deceased was sixty-two years old and the supposed cause of the suicide domestic and ness trouble He was living separate from his wife their without using the Jt is said ville is anxious that the raiN be laid The C 0 C 1 is also interested it is said as agement wants to put on ii line of and New York and New Orleans antl would prefer trucks itt the Southern may be changed sooner than was plated and thiw give to all cars of standard gauge A M ST Lofis A nu SI A Highland Illinois special lohl a ot a the with a shot Vincent Aug of Vincent the time of the failure at I Dr ire now saW the appraisers and Heart for Heart iws to amount to more Tlie It u n sterling the lowest will for UO it ryl per Victim FALIA Kaa The of a man was found in the river here with a tied to his this morning us held imd a verdict of suicide is to have in- it with tin elder brother's ni md ran from home t elder brother with and In brother was It to join until the body find professional men con- stantly thinking and those in study will a indeed tlie Aug 25 The board of health last night resolved to apply the monitor course proclamation to Santiago cle Cuba and official of yellow fever at these places also j resolved to establish a ten quarantine j vessels from Dr Fly health officer at stated that he had the Charity Hospital and other public uid after a careful ex- amination of the is convinced of its excel condition and himself that the Louisiana Board of Health will deal fairly with and liar N Y R The American Bar Association held two sessions to-day Twenty-two new bers were elected sou of Kentucky who was to deliver tlie opening address was absent on account of ill-health The report of the tee on plans of relief to suitors in the United States Supreme Court was accepted Discussions of a number of Topers were in by William I Wells of C of Chicago It i Street of Emory A Stores of Chicago In the evening resolution was re- gretting tlie illness of ernor and of his fur tinil A usr Ki WM ST A to obtain a hK near but his ad then shot hp tin who is a ol the French i in a r of the mid not as a isli had to tin and it is that he the to rest si the of the French The her that Franci will shortly Kastern Army Corps has It was reported at Portland Me day that fourteen persons had been drowned at Wells that State The telegraph at that point closed and no were obtainable Jesse Ferguson was from the chief clerkship of the new ing at Superintendent he has lost some actions hut the will not Jose anything A Little dispatch It Adams ex-Judge of Faulkner County has convicted by the Circuit Court ot serious attention IB stealing from Sheriff will make a if the ii idea is out MADRID King Alfonso hits left Barcelona for The congratulated the Kins on the end of the outbreak of the military of Spain A The official organ of Spain tic has tlie The of the Minister of Spain in ton now vacant on account of tlie death of will not be filled for some months yet tn the interim the legation will be put in charge of de Lome charge d A The the Spanish ment after tin recent its abroad that a friendly re- would be that France comply with the international and expel the the outbreak and sentenced to a year in tho penitentiary l li liter ii of Hoi bright At an early hour ii tu from alt direct ami were i y The of ness tin every told i Iia sad mon of j at conscious to a in of liis There will bi- no -e at The at i plainly than or or tolling belts title desolation and Ten bodies Interred in o'clock In the Tins formed in of tin House aim started for the The a list of the Mrs Weather bee Nellie Inin Mr Mrt Quick Mrs Mr ami performed were of ihc Sir the m tt three IM Arff 31 The of Trow A bmlwb of was totally destroyed by
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