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Lake Shore Observer (Newspaper) - August 1, 1885, Dunkirk, New York LAKE SHORE OBSERVER YOL IX NO 18 DUNKIRK COM N Y SATURDAY AUGUST I SINGLE 3 LAKE SHORE OBSERVER M ton of Dunkirk 10.000 by Dunkirk Printing Company 1C A is at CHAUTAUQUA FAUCI awl Wi K a T J rtr tram upon of par ftw 1st I M IB t We do no of of and ti ot for at UM rate line Perrons in o K eight to o elc we 11 ill the low rate of J Ms BUSINESS CARDS 4 On ot v io U C S H D M aad toner and Beaver Ou German W OOK i now Y Papers all promptly Mi All work guaranteed SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Bf an of IS work W at Ibu Tax Receiver's Notice Notice to the In kiln UUU or the of Dunkirk I the of in and for the for tbe caller I ion of the WATER TAX for tlic resent year and that I will attend at uv iu Cily in city front o'clock in the forenoon to S o'clock m the anil Legal Holidays COMMENCING ibe of July IMS per cent ami una for ererrfrncnop of adulla In law Grand Excursion Gowanda Glen TheD O II Society of Dunkirk will Excursion and Tic Ntc to on Sunday Aug 9 1885 Round Trip All at the Society and are invited to take in like tbe Train leaves Brie at A ir COAL COAL J T CO COR CENTRAL AVB ST on hand the beat WILKES-BARRE COAL from tlie Colliery We can't bo beat m or James C H J Jackson Co in of all kinds of COAL WOOD Katl Front Street Foot ot MANHATTAN HOTEL fer day ia tM dry The tuat Seasonable Attractions t Mexican Hammock UaatnuMMc and i lu other a whi St V at to la Tes I train Wednesday on the brought handsome looking Udy of about yean alighted at the depot atood an the platform under gUring doady tew by at that hour Suddenly a passed with a am him tody ran biut and repaired with hum to hubes waiting room They ware there by Kev Thomas Aih Tho at this strange Dr H 0 IMO Texas as a heavy cattle dealer and man Hie was Alioe ot Port WID daughter of one ot the citizens of tint place About live jears into Miss in and Ur Lane whose first living They bo- and some two years afterwards when Dt became a ha pleas and with alao tier father on the of marriage lie a notice that Mr ley would to a daughter of rebel Dr Lane louk to tlic and gave his at- tention tu considerable to bu fortune lie ttie and 31 to from boina fhe t is tlie sequel couple left for the in Uie land of rattlesnakes Injured In August Dunne a yesterday at Lalce near Pa batween the itut and Battery B bf by Captain Hunt tlie tlie battery hi excellent but nits repulsed In renewing the tlie infantry men became excited and and burr down steadily in flout ot the cannon Tim color Guard of Erie charged of tlie and in the tlw colors were and Corporal Hiker ot tlie guard badly hurt with a Kimmel of Uie was shot in tlw face and ured for life Adjutant Krader and illicit and twelve of the In- anity burned in tlie Thu were ball The Battery dined by the guard Of Erie I T August hold mi election for next week an campaign is in i several On the issue of tlie election tho Cherokee Strip of land shall sold Tho popular feeling la selling and In favor of leasing The also Claim acres tbe strip and No MatiN This bus been to Major J B Lynn for twenty yean and Iw will take legal slent to eject tlie now occupy It It nil row August Tlw Gould in Texas threatened with strike present ler of working are not reduced calls upon all employes of tbe Union Pacific and its leased Including the Texas Pacific Railway o absolutely refrain front working over ten hours per day in any department either day or night except In of and then only when one and a half tine allowed for Midi work BruMI August Jack Beck and John Bulger two well-known a brutal tion ith two and a gloves hi a barn near aie thirteen from here about ten o'clock yesterday Otic hundred persons he light Beck weighed 160 and ltd Ten rounds were ter tbo fourth round Bulger was sent to A terrific blow on the neck in the round Bulger that A Tenn August J II Bradley the noted charged witli United Mates Marshal Milter went Thursday and lie abo gave for the appearance of hii two soni and Henry Moore for trial Miller's enut state la still unknown Bradley denlea tlw bun tn the Ogn The aud IL R collided in the Fuca Tuesday last Tbo atmer damaged and sunk almost Inmwdiatfli twt before all on board bad been Many of her gers wero up front the water after had in A afternoon tore a pathway fret wide through U way Treot do AII ami bams unrooted by a very severe wd hail PMM which taNMei ef a N Y of that bx.k M overdose of He is now aad very few Ca not known In hw at a lit b re TiiE DEAD CHIEFTAIN 4 tad to tbt MM OM M Tint OX THK Mt N tow vMM tha Hilt tlw arrival at IMT brought to A About o'clock Mn by of tod in boor cuint tlw load A great of place dark m If tod ui waxen lip an tatted ot On of UM look hoped to attained h awl indicated bj deny of tlw the U.S Grant Allot Uw head ot ttM coffin The programme of funeral to tie held here on Tuesday been announced The will it ten o'clock with the reading of the XC Psalm to bo followed by M I o tke of New York City thai Uw hymn Uy Up discourse bj Dr Mj God to be Mini by all praent The benediction will UMU be The observation car 111 the body ot General Grant Is to be taken from here fa IMS been made into ear riage without any effort of advene ben ol Uie nature ot UM dnnan employed Flimsy black It nui of teate been removed Tne aw for UM ot tin ut wast not so well day afternoon lie WHS to bed the right side of the face on was very much Qr Doug law wai relieved of hla charge by of lite wto General he for severK Charts B Chapman who La laid to be i of Mm Grant hen Mr the under- taker was telegraphed to a cartel tot A floral the Ajar six by four feel with and purple columns U 8 In at the top arrived on afternoon train from Stanford and Tbe bettor appearance ol the face of General waa caused by an satlon of bleaching ponder hi the morning This was the first opening ot the M of the coffin tbe enclosure of the remains Undertaker removal of tbe ltd may be daily but be not think any radical change In the remains at all Tbe following invitation Cabinet was baued by Colonel Fred MT July 11 im of Cabinet to attend the funeral to held on tbe proximo to appropriate In the Tbe that Ifra Grant to among tlw pat b U Inaccurate The report may bam been founded on the to on that and HherMan win be M no to make thai or that be r D GRAMT NEW menu for the far M k Hancock's aw nearly H A that a detail of dnd men from each regiment that under Grant will be present In the c W P graphed that Vice and a from the Senate attend the Colonel Q U 8 A V W Havarty Breret General T V oi Bath He were appointed additional Kofer Jouei haa been telegraphed Santoga during tbt of the tnln who of the portion of the yesterday that the ot it all the way to Part to have the not only Park but batk wall Hall and disperse bw no THE AT fOJKT There to but between Michael of Point Ohio the of the houM General Grant bom hi Mr Coogan who conceived the idea of old home and ba placed ta Mi Mr leant waa 910 Mr Coogan offend ia No baa yet been tt to dwt that Mr fully fact that Ibm la only OM Grant waa born or would buy the oM home It ii to haw UM funeral cat by twenty-four honea The upon by General Hancock wear a lone There ham 90 many at Park that rope had to be to crowd with tba Tbi Booring of the vault It Work on the A white BIMI aj Gnat In OM of the CKr Hall A colored man KUK Tbt MUI colored MM waa to go ot nrk for WM of te tho turn pawed at Tbn and aet Potter la to pact Mtb an act a ami teg to framing Mr tbt who at Mayor into DM on the fund B Shaw and William H Shaw ot Ten Wetter Co each 910 font No 15 Place F a Williams No l William Street MB John V Orphan Mat tve ceuta Mier a dtaM at Uw July MM a catno boy MM he tea Mr dad WM Uey do ami T an dent lotion aant lM M v Umn of they put II lu thti I to to fall th thti Tbe work upon vault still to pragma atone iu Uw camera ol tho excavation have been the brick haa almost i MM hod the of UM ground bo- an object of tu toui and op the River be teen tlie Muff at on the gazing intently In direction ot the General O J Gordon of Georgia hw written Mr A L of 10 Broadway approving UM tit form a tallon ot a of funeral of August it Undertaker made thi required application to tlw Health meut fof a burial for S Grant died at Mt July n of cancer UTS and Shrady tending aged Bom at O to burled In Park the requisition Incomplete by not being by Dr Magle Id sinter of waived tho red and out tbe wnuit: in to thv r 8 U A o ot Mt N Y date of death Julys Pack for of the permit In red tan waa Permit hereby muted to later tbU la Part provided It be In aa to the pro vat of M tt been decided that owing to the fatigue upon a march ol tan from the City Hall to no attempt wilt be to march any part ot back again over auy part of the Moreover o the will march only from City Hall to Fifty ninth Street and there The military comprising regular and other armed will inarch tlie whole On arming at Boulevard the will right and left and the military cacort proper witli Uie falque will through the formed to Riverside Park and tbo tomb Military will then atap will be time to alow not funeral ordinary in will be rerenel until b reached All to parade to Military Division lannd THE ir the la tM biw O August German of Morrow County wu at the Ohto penitentiary kit brother-in-law Daniel on bw tbe banging at Uw Ohio penitentiary under new Uw that all tbe State ahall take place at the between Wagner long and ot a family tum and on date Wagner went and told blot that he had aim drew a and him and fired agam when tried The tone and tfo Supreme conrt Wer court and the Court atoe the of and the day of for July SL Tha had been to Inter- im on all of but refused io do After waking a of tbe be tron at eleven o'clock night Utat he would not Interfere Wagner a father and mother each over eighty of age and a wife and took their Anal leave of hint and the teene WM a sort affecting one The took within the for all and in not non tban or fifteen after two the morning party 4010101 tlw room and while thu When Ito for march to the Wagner overcome had to bo carried to trap and to dowa all to bewred It WM with the that the Ml at Four laUr body cut down AHUM M of waa re- the did not other fow win be Mae he MM HI abo OTTAWA k hi bf tlw in will ho to KIEL'S TRIAL ihM ta N T taken In trial In of aunte tu to and the for tbe aa alleging up by alou Ifo tore upward and for a fow and then It would be for to-day to play of natural ei by my uuU The would a nature like to to by tlie help of retain nty will am by the that 1 ant Inclined to but 1 Utat my tions will not be thought hla and nty Ood help tbu grace bleat who DOOM io try and blew the of tbe court bo they have done I aiu what they their duty ami they my bleat all who are around mu and the of our the curiosity of who are around 1110 into cultu rent Kiel then Mi mother who gave him forty jears ago bad taken cant ot bin and him lie bad another tho ho and whom WM aura would not any than his mother did next to talk about and how he came buck to the to the aloito In and sakl he would try lib beat to bo under atood lie jet be lie to bring about tt nulls ho dead which might be soon he hoped would yet bring practical Be Uie found at lie hla own writing would yet him if released lie muted tlw Crown would return them to him For Uie past ten he Imd he had n to It Mill and with Uie of God be waj tilt dock lie bad wilted patiently for for ty to perform It he had a to lie had no views Tlw wrote it and the Clown hud copy of tt As as British justice pre- be knew that Cud would tuku cure of him When wait at lla louche and and wwe Hying about tits thai liu was and it nothing but God's that him d And us to tic left that lie Crown few breaking tlut of Dr JUy he wiu It justification and that lie MOH nut us Even If and he the of the would tiot believe him Mot in him to make a to renounce hts but Kiel as be It would of advantage to him Tlw agitation In the been It t lit Mot Is had no been Ttie court had not found ou tlie faets of tho attack denied antipathy to tlw lie Jim or wort tlie police In tils He hatl not he was libelled for te thai tie was By tlw grace ol bu was ol Manitoba UM whiles were the of but had brought de- moralization among the Indians Don't be offended said Blel don't be of- fended Inn clergy will the evil Aa tlie that lie had callet a he had from a widow to make a closed him out Taobe groat but be Kiel bad read lu Scripture O ye toes who make long prayers lie WM proud he had the to stand np and denounce such action even if cursed by such a dignitary At Utf Kiel's two of crying as ahto some of the In court Jury then retired A verdict waa not likely Io be reached late FOREIGN OOM la In reputation of of the In the of afternoon Sir Sourke Under Secretary for Foreign At- faira that the would not uk for a special for the relief of being a flit twit stun yet the Soudan voted in the early part bo alt The Earl of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland will shortly make a lour of for the purpose of personally tag into tho and alleged of The Italian Com ut at U nego with the in tlie of with a view of arranging a peaceful tbe The quarterly return of the ot Vital Statistics of Ireland at This decrease b to immigration o America proposed by number of tte Bank fbr nf that upon a basis M a beW yesterday and steps will te taken toward resuming DMH August pied Mr tho ab- manager of Bank were and a number ot valuable which had overlooked Hi hto flight wen found August a violent lower IM feet high all Iron Mown appearance Many and tnw In hr wim carried and great dam eart near Captain of IE tad of wheat forty per OWN mm IM In the Steles reported week 915 In 151 and of IKK aJN Itm CAPITAL AFFAIRS Medical for Fife m hy of Carry lean August The engineer in charge of upon tlw country to the Comparatively mile work been during the season on account of the last Tbe haa following Smith of to be United Consul at New Castle also the follow Ing Collectors of B Poucher for of M for the district ol Tex K for District ol Corpus Toi Secretary has Indorsed higa of the naval Mod Director who waa culpable lu of his duty neglect ot lUa duty acting Surgeon General of Navy The court guilty of both and him to be from rank aitd file for five yean on furlough pay and to hb present number In hla grade during that period ney In expressing tils approval or tlie Ko or corrupt act or motive Involving rity on the part of Medical Director S of Bureau of Medicine ami Surgery WMI him nor is there any evidence hi the record which would such which tends to cast a reflection upon Uli honesty It In proper ever to remark that the of hi of duty and fully by tlie evidence Mr Day the new Second Auditor of the Treasury has die of all tbe chiefs of the divisions of tlie Second There arc six lu nil as Thomas C Balky 1L A Charles E It understood Dial litre no funnal against I lie but that Is Auditor in of It to at tho that and arc not ai for of General because provided for hi the f The in lliu of Paymaster General Smith IMIS and thn court until dny to permit the to IL or 111 appointed of School lot Indians at Nub at a ary of Samuel F re- moved Jolm It of Jackson Tenn been Superintendent of warehouse New York City at a salary of vice W ol Tlie P Chain pi In public D T haa been accepted olas Curr of la been n special agent of tho Lund Charles Skinner of waa barred from practice an nu attorney before UM fot The live steamship HUM for tlie malls York to tho Indies Mexico Ventral and South America liave finally declined to continue performing the fur tlie by the and be- ginning with to-day those will be carried over other The Mexican will go to Mexico by rail and the Havana and West Indies by rail to Key West thence by to destination About Uie middle of tun five they would not to carry tbo malli at the old into of nt the sea rote of postage forty tour July General subsequently to pay them the rate allowed by Uw the inland rate of pontage amounts to Si M per pound but bf B offer waa Postmaster eral in spanking of tbe matter day said this disinclination on the part ol managers ot allowed con- eert ot action and evidently remit ot combined effort on their part to force the Government to distribute the by but for eigu mall by lie haft arranged for a prompt dis- patch of malU ta heretofore through other channels at tbe old rate of forty-four per one hundred Author of the NEW YOKK Stanley well-known journalist died Thursday Kht In this city of He ion ot a well-known New York awyer and was born in IMS Be achieved no little celebrity u UM author of Which he wrote for die Brooklyn Eagle lie entered life w a reporter for UM Western Press and was for a long time connected with newspapers While tn Uie West be had remarkable experiences the aad by curing a chief of adopted mlo the and tt Ie Mid became a He Mtt about six ago and stoco that has been ot Brooklyn and Mew While wen taken a Master in T to tho TOUT for Mta Hill and flanry got into a a move to draw a Tern made a to for hit tram tlw room la baad k the man who killed ttM fanow In a aV death of UM Diamond last a the UM walk Tbe other tta and LATE Mr tailed tat way lu Mr yacht In tlut chokra o were and tho uit It U In the but light at followers uo fast deserting Slug has Ui to the ot BH of tn it b wlU The of iu tbe i Woolen Kill Rher haw advanced ten per take cata day An Albany that U i that Rev Dr decided to decline tbe Elm denies the cUnt ot the tbe to tlw bay tree pott According to reports from tbe the Currency tbe amount of National bart ou August i IBM Count the M unwilling to bontton tor It it Prince tlw Count will from tho service Tho Scenery of the Interior the period for which leave of pay will be to of on account of sickness from to days tn n E C Maun of written Grace that Uie ot General Grant be lamed mementoes Io subscribers for the monument i Tbo of Sir buried at on tho uli ness and the were closed Tho weather was tbe attendance was vast The funeral rites of an placed beside dust Of the philanthropists if A gentleman connected witli tlw Driving at met manager for McCaffrey at Chicago yesterday and arranged- for a to place bet H ecu Sullivan and frey ut Chester on August 18 Tbe date is the one originally foe and an Io but Ryan toted Secretary of loh mation nf tlie tenth of Nje naval of the nt whn wan to tho States will lint of later has dered the States hi and nill to a Pacific Mail tor CMI nt O t nt J cent n at daye und J foi di maud buun amt 1 Country mado XX at at ut i aa No a red nt Wo No -I Me ut sit o x at jj MP I uut New of lit tu to choice duat to white emu No 2 t o K No I eni u Ho nt tu uln NO ttn 2 red ti B at f i Conf or at Ho t at in KI a v afloat e i f Mo while at ai ol spot at at Jl Vll CUT of il li J I hamn at at Sales ot spot at M at of ter flours ut nt aU bakers f L Ht September at at September at it September at f IU of at 11 clew aft Fi M Sales ot at tt ta fancy at new f No J f No a m f ui f i ol at or lit at short 11 1 1 r and HP i r till M No v cush August at Live TOKK and Sur jir in- fur 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