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   Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 3, 1883, Dunkirk, New York                               EVENING OBSERVER. APRIL 3, EVENIN6 OBSERVER. 'HfVtottttLlMtUtfti EVKXIltQ OBSERVER,   oee it a curiosity. But the most daborate and carefully fitted piw-c ot work of t.uis kind ever made does not compare for minuteness of detail mid nc-, of fitting, with that wbich the prinU-r does every day. The man who i does the first is looked upon as it mnrvol: of skill, and if 100 of his pieces on- put in wrong side up or turned around, it. is not noticed in. the general effect; hut if a print-! in tilting U'ii as many pieces to- gether in a single day. puU one iho wnmg way, everybody sees it and is tonazed at of those printers." i In buying tlies st'lrct tho file j ia ilu1 bus (if ihwe H differenw in Uic weiglU tlwm.l, for 11 nle is 2ein'.nilly truer a light one of nomi- nally the size, and better for re- a ivci-ut tilo, the way, Iwingj just :isn one. Take the Jile light and hold it in a horizontal po- sition, the point of it toward you. The teeth wifi now Ivo pointing toward you. enabling you to detect eaarly any !mpcr- fccliona that n tad file heir to. If the of the teeth is irregular, or uneven, or if the color of the flic is not uniform, let it severely alone. A spotted mottled Hie denotes uucvcnness of temper. If, on the other liimd, the file presents a dean white color, it denotes that the temper is even throughout; and if, besides thu, it has regular and perfect teeth, and bears the maker's name, you may rest assured tbnt it is nn excellent Alt. The best files arc tempered at a low heat. Dyuamogeti is the name a new ploeivc iaveatcd by n Vienna- engineer, which, he clalou, -will prove a dangerous rinlof gunpowder. According to his it contains neither acid nor nltro-glyoerlBe, nod rc in any way gun or f CORiCSfONDlNCE if Jtf of CJjfi a Sinclairville, Prow our .SpiM-iul Butler very little rti Board of Trade Friday. Don't forget tlw. meet ingot tlit; WVsitTii Now York Ajjriuiilltinil Association Tliiirriday ,-md Friday. Factory incvting of Hie -'Center" fac- tory factory Saturday llllS Wl'Ct. Pout iniiMtur SlieMou is improving llie po'sloltlce, by increasing number of boxcM, Ac. Mr.S.is bound to linvr; things O. K. 111 the Hinelairvillu P. O. Charley Pioroe of in town Thursday. The mapic augur festival at the Baptist church on the 33d iilt netted ?8. L. F. lUrrimm, the popular landlord of the Harrison Howe Forcstvilic, spent a couple of dayi here last week. A Feed, Esq. of add- ed another line Holstein heifer to his herd from Mr. Lord's stock. irank Sylvester, horse "Blue took a lively whirl from his Bowcu farm the other day. The skeleton wagon would make good kindling wood the har- ness shoe strings when he got through the So one was on the wagon. E. B. Orissoy bought a good horse of Lcin other (lay for lib Moon of Moon Station, sold a colt to N. Blacknmr son of Stockton, last week, for Tunnbtt to Messrs. Parker of the FAKMKK for u beautiful Mason pin. Wo hope over lowwir it ivith honor to UK; fraternity. Will Kilinomt's tt-Jiiu look u lively run ottlofUir wood's" Ihc other day. tnolishing the log Ixuit and but doing no further While jMisHiDff through Plcasiiul Vnlley tho other day, we iioticu  he gavi: j of milk. If anybody can this record let them now -spenk or forever nfii-r bold their place. ADDITIONAL LOCALS, -Conunand-ery, No. 40, KuightsTcmplrtr, Sir IxnightB: A special conclave of tliis C'ommandery will be held at the Asylum on Tuesday evening April a, 1883. Let their be a at- tendtuii-e. Tcmplcr order will be con- ferred. O. H.SitEiiMAN, E. C. annual election of lloae One for Hit; ensuing year took place in their hail on Lion 'street last evening, utnl resulted in the rhoici! of the following: Pros., Frederick Jtfilui Jr.; Vice Banks -Jr.: Augustus Newman: Foremna, Adolphus 1st usi't Foreman, (.'has. SImltz; 2nd ass't Foreman, Henry Long; Steward, John Hclmeider; Trustees? John Promenshcnkcl, (Jims. Elders. The selectioni nil seem to he good and sec no reason why llose One should not maintain its excellent record for the ensuing year. Special Hot ice. At the opening of, the Spring term of the I'uhlie schools, upecial attention be given to the formation of churt classes for tjcginiitrs. As thk in the regular class of the year, its pupils will receive advan- tages thai cannot lie given in the Fall term. Let us many beginners as possible therefore, be present on Monday next. .f. W. HAHOOCK. Sup't. of Dunkirk. April 3, 1883. A hinull but select audience attended the enjoyable entertainment of the Dun- kirk Saengerbund at their hall on Center street last tvening.the occasion being the of the Sliftung-fcst, or to An- it the >ixll) anniversary "f UK; society. The musical part was well rendered, the chorus by tin; Saengcrbund generally giving good satisfaction, especially the song by Faust. The pinno solo by master Uigelow, was finely executed, and the Swiss air with variations by Tolon, was rendered at by Mr. WJjcaton on the flute in usual inimitable manner. Mr. und Mrs. Julius Hiener gave the tine duett. "The in a charming manner, und Mr. JTcnry Woiler's masterly rendi- tion fear no by P. Pitisuti, W enthusiastically received. Near the cloee of the Mnaicale, Prof, fticner gave an ad- to the Saengerbuud on their past, prewsn! and fntnre, prophesying u long and successful existence. After the con- clusion of tin- musical programme, the company, inspired by tht; strains of Thornton's orchestra, whiled away the hours in the social dance in -which, a large number of those present joined. The lit- tle entertainment was one of the most so- c'utblc und interesting of the season, got- ten up in the manner in which the Sacn- gcrlnmd always excels. There were none present but that were unanimously of tlio opinion that the Saeugcrbunrl knew how to entertain Do not empty the boiler under sleam pressure, tml coo] it down with tin; water in: "then open the blow-out tup, iet the water pour out. To quicken the cool- ing, the damper may be left opt-n and tbV steam blown oft' through the safely valves. Do not, on any account, dash cofd on any of the plates. But, in of emergency, ponr cold water in In-frnv tlie hot wain- let out, and mix the Iwn (o- gethcr so as to cool the boiler down not ouddeuly and ually loyally. Ha boiler is blown otT under jtciim prcssiH'it (lie iind brickwork arc loft hoi. The hoi platen hanlPii tho scale, mid the.hoi. brickwork hurts tin- boiler, ('old witter dusbed to hoi. i plates will severe by locn! i DUIKIRK MARKETS. for the corrected weekly. KTC. Whottivlt abort cat n2J Trout u 6.M) short tlcar affiiOO Mackerel u "'iS Smoked hninii ....fl tforces a do tubs a -n 1't Jo u om-buil TIKkilOOO Salt.vomiiioli ____ a J 10 a 110 do K.F.aairy ....a 200 I'Jjihier, cute :i _____ a 2W ALr'nCetnt'tit a I'M do 56 -It) a 45 _____ ti27S on I-MI- cement, Jiiau und rau-iil ____ n TOO llwl Wlieat ...--it tf 50 Whitu CHAIN AN1> Vary  W. a M -5 Kden Valley.. H 'J 9 y J ft I 10 Wt y -J4 tviiVTJJ WIJIUJ _, 10 30j it il 09: 10 n jy: oo y a X. -2 IS: S W. -J IKl.5 SI M 4U. UNEXCELLED in regularity of for luxurtout iti Mciuitf, ccuulot't, and conveuienoa. j I'M Hill MUMTBOi.CheiryCreck..: S H 4U tin 39 7 Sl'10 3PM S9 BEST JDtCAWINO UooMAND COACHK3, combialjiff all Modern Improvements, tire run between New York, Uuitilo, Futl.% Suepeniion Bridge, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit and Abstract of Time Ttiblc adopted Oct. 1C, EASTWARD. .______' j... j _ A. M. H. 1 A. M. A. M. Diinkirlr-.-I.v: 1 w: 715 Currollton.. Cubit 9 w; ID 2il Elmim.....Ar: 25i -J 39. 406' 4 58' r, so 857: 911 il 35 A, a. n 4U PoilJervis. -14 13' 4 ;io NowJJort... __7S3: 1135- Additional Local Eattward. A M eioeptSundaysftoniDuiikirt at Slicridun 6.20 For- Smiths ilitls 7.07, Perrysuurs 7.45, 8.3W, Cuttaruugus 9.25, JUinlc Valley I0.1-J, SulrttEiiiioa 11.05 u. in. V-tli A fromSalainan- u.ow n. -Ji-> c-i, stops n Great Valley Cawolltou 0.05, VaiidaTia G.-28, Allegany Olotiti 8.00. Hinsdale 8.23, Cuba 3.27, Friendship Itclvidei-c lielluoiit J1.45 a. m.tSoio 15.10, TVellsvllle 1.45. Andovcr 2 40, Alfred .'J.4S. AlmoiuH.20, and HniviiiK at Horuullsvilki.it 4.45 ID. 9-rtrt A M Jsily from Dunkirk, stopping at Wicridan 9.15, Forestville 9.22, Smiths Mills 9.J11, Perrysburg 0.40, imyton 9.55, Cittbir.uittnsio.l.f. Little Valley IQ.31, Sala- munca 10.48, UreatVidley 11.3C, Carroll toall.45, in.: VimilaHa 13.CI, 12.-20. oieun 12 4U, Ilinsaulu 1.13, Catoa 1.4i, Fiientlsbip 2.2y, Uelviderc 2 SO, SctoS.SJ, villa 5.iW, Andovcr 4.14. Alfred Alntond S.dt, jirrivine :it Homcllsvllle at 1 53 p. iti. A M fitwn ilaily, n. JM.., CniTollton 11.02s. m. K-J.CL p Uuily fi-om O.rtQ i- stations, and vingntJIoi-ncUsvitlent n. m. in-00 P M 1U.W r. arriving tit 8i7 j ail la U.A.V.il'.CrosM.: 7 23; 53 tv: 7 151 8MJ.U40 _ _ __ _ _ __ except Monday, Traius i ami 4 wiU stop at ull statiiwis on Suqdny. I3T Tbrongli tickets to all poiitt.- at very lowest for sale at the office ut Uio depot. wiU Ue clicoked oaJyou tickets at toe company's offlcf. .10HN N. ABBOTT. i'asscuger Ag't, X. Y. LAKE SHOBE RAILBOAB. effect Suudny, May 7th, 1382. (Lake Shore time. .Leave .Leave -Arrive Krie'OtinklEk' BuBkJo Limited Kx......: 4 S 49a.m.: 7 UGa.m. Atlantic Er.... JO 110p.m. 5 jop.m.: 7 OOp.iu. Chicago SWp.m.; 4Sp.ni.; S 00p.m. N. r. i HSLm.; 2 35a.m.; Buffalo ACIH.....; C S "WESl-WAKtX Leave Buffalo Diuikiik. Erit Limited Kx 7 55p.m.! 8 i4p.ni: f> 43p. B) MlcbigaiiKx S iOp.in.; 25p.jn Chicago Kx i S5it.ni.- 1 M 23a.m. Toledo Kx S 45a.m.' 8 lOtf.m 9 Ste.jr. 8 10a.m.: 47a.m. M lhi.ni..n 2fia.rn. 12 -15p.m. 2 MP.ITL: 42p. in ittiflalo Ac-tii.. S R 7 IQp an CMAS. Sup't Div.. Cleveland, O. 10.2.S, Smitbs Mills 10.40. Ferrysbnrt; 11.08, Day- ton 11.11, Cattaraugus 11.12, Little Valley und mriviMK at 12 4.1 H. in. P M Ounkirk. ut, .J J. staOons, an-ivins at in. Vfl P "M SniutavA I'roin A. Glean lxHI.20p.in. fitCn Glean Hinmlo n. WESTWARD. Xo-.' New York _.I.v 700PM: COOpai "1055 !I07 Xo.y 71J1-M aOOAM 1 :iOpat. 7W 855 Ml 15 I 1139 -U 50 PI.-I- I .per ____ vcllow. per buni-ii----- -J 00 a 5 00 iTitle............... 475 a 525 Ita-'pbi'rrie-, IKT -H (i e-i.pcrim------ S5 a !KI per 75 :i in jo us, per lin :o I 5) il 3 75 ton 400 a 0 a> per bbl. Additional Local Trains M Siindiiys, from llor- J.U., nHlavillc.stonat'nd 7.25, Scio Kclnwmt B.lfl. IlcU-idcrc 3.3J, Hinsdiilull.12, Glean u.- 53, si. Allegany 12.-20, Vandnlia 12.41, Oar- iVllton 1.40, Grctit Valley 3.00, SaJniMiuieti i-10, Little 4.0S. ttayton .pi.2P, Smittis Mills Koresl- villo Sliovuliin 7.10, and nniviugnt Dun kirk :tt p, in. Cnrrolhon, r-tops :tr. all JUiulUrk from uiS.OO, Al- at Car- rabeler's Ifsciny S.09, i-olltoii 8..W .1. in. -i'HO P M ilii'y I'rotM -r.i'v A. urrivinfraL Nil- ____ p. ni. P M ftwiw Carroll ton, dally L IM., snndHT9 nrrivins at 4.H> p. iw. P daily except, Sundays iroin j. 4.1 J... aj contrttction, soHK'linii's siiftlcU'iii turu the Arrival Departure of the Matlt. ANTI-FAT fe Biigbet; wilhitiwv trom Alte- College, Mtwlvtlle. "has fallen over 100. The Erie, Pa., Dispatch been pur- chased by Jas. K. Willard. B. M. C. 1T. Johnson "W. E. Bvlnap. IjOtl has iniught of .V. Sheldon of Sherman, Hie old homestead iu Mnyvillo, paying Mrs. W. 3j. Scsisioiw of Panama, open- ed an old cushion the other from which she took SSI nredlcs. the Lake Shore engineer whose accident being run over liy the cars at Collinwood lust has since died from the effects of his injuries and his ftmow! took place Monday at, Cleve- land. ARRIVK: :w. in., jj. nt, DEPART; p. m. AltRIVX; m. HortifitlsvflJe. all an-ivlng   ,1'J j pin. scop onJy on Inline 1'Kf <-ars between Oil City :UIM on trains Jeavm- liiittitlo pin and y 45 pm. Parlor ciirsfbctwecii Utjffulo and Oil City ow tniina leaving JJnSiilo s 2u am, Oil Citr 7 ju, ana between Oil Citr Kinzim on tain leaving Oil Ctty S m pin, Klitzva. C 20 pin. Close connection a tit Hnffujrf, Bontoii. Sew York, Albrmy, Itoelii-- terand tillpOiiiLsin Owesist. sold nml Get Ltmo-kihtea sivlnjr fnll infflnwutlon i company Wui. 4 ;ind 4J tien. P X. St., BtUTrtJO, S. "THE NICKEL j New York, Chicago St. Louis I Cari-oUlou.L'v Irvinjr...... Limestone. a 20: :PM i-K 4 10 I'M s AM u in.. in. Si- 9 W 4 23 JU ii :t4 i" M; 924: 4 4S'l23i S 37 3 10 Ar jo 03- 9 4 At-12 :u 9 oo j -20 in.. DF.l'AliT: in.. .V13, 7 CnstwCity i Lewis lUm. Alton 1 05 1 IS' U7 1 20 3 U I'M 3 19' 5 S3- 5 U .1, in., i-.1 in. itr.Kit, M. Dunkirk. j tV iT Ai.i.AS'S ASTl-F AT b llii'great i-i-jiii- ].t 11 o ioii'v. It l< (Hitvlv vrai-lalileaiiilin'i-frsilv luiiuik-H. x j, 1 m a, m. ;w 'j jn 2 40' y, AnjC- 13, 1881. STATIONS. "Uuukui. 10 l.iionii... .Norton's u lady Into fat. Tuicn tc   illrtoUodS mi.I It there is SRcnc X KenUcttMii wrltlu Wlilinnt special chun ton. Last Saturday evening, father, grandfather and great-grandfather' of the flees family, of Erie, Pa., eolcl'rat- cd his ninetieth birthday in the presence of his numerous oldtimc Mr. well preserved, botbuentallyuHl to he is growing a young tooth which would Indicate A new leue of life. lur front or attfnlloii illft, Altsn'n Antl-Kul reilun-il lour lint Tin- well-known mt, UooLiTrs.K A Ion, us ftillotifi: has tt lady In our sovcn jummls la Jhiw A KCuU'-man ia St. Lonln "Allan's iWliio Anil-Fat romnifiiclnij fls Sfcs'rs. I'O' TIIK MM! me twelve pounitslti 1 have lout ptwmto rtucc '-MMITON, TO Of .Ut.A ri'imrt Is IT'1 is' ss i> i -.-T 10 m as t ;KI.IO 2-J rJ 4 .vi 10 tu rm o o-: 10 nt 4 10 ft; 4 IA II 0.1 21.5 "Jll-l! 4 :u.j n -is 4 SK5444I !M 1 il II 40 4 04'II S4 3 11 li oo x- "Vermont. Falconer Wnrrcn. .11 30 .645 '11 21 aS 13 01 11 IB .032 II 37 il ]or: x s 10 ,17K: jt a: )0.rio 0731 10 :s u 24 to sn M n 12 10 12 533 11 00 iO Otf -5 27 10 51 T> 55 3 IS 10 4S 3 3i 5 ]5JO ,s 00-10 ea (US 19 9 OS ,4 SS 10 851 .454: S 4H -I 3 X 9 29 s n 3 44; i> 12 S 02 :3 35; W I ii-j 3V t 7 J9 S-14 3 12 5 48B W12 41 OS 12 Mf.....New-toil 3t x S 127 13 1 fi W7 W 1 30 m. lT; j 15 s 'n. in. Trabu run by tine, clock lit wiU ran on 9o .._.... B, AMtSupt. H 05: '11 w; n so: ii is' ststtloiis nrrivins ut IKutsvUle in. am! p. in. -t A iVom n- -n" ton, stops sit Lime- ll.iO. Ken tin 11 11.31, nfrivins tit Rrnd- ll.Wa. in. P Af Suiidnys only, from C'ftrroll A ion, stops lit all .-ttutioiw, ar- Bradford 5.51 p in. 10-1 P At Sundays only, to JluUsville, -i-'A" i. 8tops at all sirrive at liruitforil I p. m., arrive at Hiitfciviile2.05 p. ID. __ _ _ tfif Tlie cquipiuont ol Xew Trunk Line w all new, :md is tlifi latest to spcedv tint! com tort intvel, J Following InUJiKs in effect Kvj and iiutil furtJier notice I.V ,V r A'al ii.inii.'-u .ft. Wayuc EASTWARD. STATIONS. C 32 12 16 8 40: ,1 10. 3 48. 2 30: S .17, 4 35. 9 15: 2 .w 9 35 p.tn. 5S i i ao; 14; 9 40- 1 3V 3 13: _______..Ar.. I 35 l 3 iSp.ro. 7 45: C 30 Jtf 03 8 40; 4 15 fi oo j G a 4.19; fi M 8 17- 252: 4 23 C S7 435; 647 CarroTlton '.At.: 3 6 3 90: 7 a.m.- 630- Alton....... it .16 Crawfonla ft 48 ItiKSnanty. 7 02- Kun, 7 10 7 18, UOllfts.. 7 S5' RttUoock _ L-lmeatone 8 oe: tt; Irviflff...... Sundays, from ________.-, 34, Limestone 3.44. and wrlyw M CwroUton w. R t. m. W S 111. j" 1 30p.ni. a 4 Ott fl 10 5 25 t> 12 fl 40 Ar'Cleveland a SO Lv TAsbmUuln 'lluflalo 7 low 10 M 4 30 u uj Ull U a'ip.m.. ti 37 ;joc 3U 'oo nm by Colnmbtis lime which i- twenty minntca IttierttMn Cbicmgo, flve tain- ntcs earlier tlinn Cleveland, and ilxteen min- nteDewliertlmn is WllLMAmt, B. F, BORKIK, fua'n Agent   

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