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   Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 25, 1883, Dunkirk, New York                               EVENING to OBSRVER VOL. III. NO. 24. DUNKIRK, CHADTAUQUA CO.. N.Y.. SATUKDAY, AUGUST 35. 1883 SINGLE CUl'Y 3 CTS. OF FRANK I Trial or tlii> Noted at {iallatln. thfl Perpetuation Of Uy of the I'romlnent Wlt- Measures for Birthplace of the Father of His Country. tir. JU'i'13. Aug. iS. A h'MH'iat from Gallatlit, The jury that U trying the case ths- State Frank Jamess-jeut all of of i mi i CoiHiittttee. TiX I.RVIKD BY TIIK (iEXKl'AI, OOVECX- S1KXT. s WASHINGTON'. Ally. 35. Section 1'3 of the act of June T, 18fi3, re-, Idling ro tiie tax levied by the Govern-! iiidit upon the different States oi: the I'liion, provided that when the land was taki'ii by the Ooveniineiit in lieu of tlie T; -i. i.ne-fourth of the nmouiit realized (roe-. and lenses of such huidh should rllj vert toUieStaU'n in which the lands were sis, i ii.ited. to aid in the establishment of schoon., sj'd in tiia of education. 3; iiiso provided where the State pro-' v'fk-d for the and cohuiiza-.' t it'll Oi sucti of its colored population ar, c.ired to go to Africa, the India or" such other jioints favorable to i-f the nice, oist-fonrth more of proceeds from resale-, and If uses should tha States comply'inn with this It is understood (hat a ring has formed M. hereby thf claims of many this dsiss shall be-worked presented for payment, the plan bc- lo ciaini onc-milf ot such proceeds un-   the first to lead in and her claim, amounting t already been tiled at the Trcas- uiv Department, but the amount will be iii.iteriallj- cut down when the award is- the night in cliarjfu of (he sherjff, it was much div.'1'iMMl at the hotels and the opinion if win-rally expressed tltiit a verdict of tciiilty is out of the question. A lunig jury -irnh-.iMt' An acquittal is Tin: solid deniiicni'-y irf the jury, the youth  bte the was but si It! his jjosi. Over tk- for nearly twt' thy Iw'oniotive pounded, and in ib wild career jumped. a-> and deep ciiMk-iruard. How thv rk'Hivtl rh.- guard :1 Had it sjoat tlirongh ihe iriiaid the los-. of woult have ttecn hut ns it turned out, j-rovi di'iitially. no lives iverc lost. It w.tr, cer- tainly, a-s llie detiuh siinw, mirac- troiu an awful railroad wreck WAR m A SUCCESS The French Papers Repel the Charge That Fiance Alone Threatens tha Peace of Europe. :iln tlia Lite Klertiott) iK WAI: .VOT A to tender, just hennv readiing the culvert, broke aiid turned a Miimuersault in mid-air, i-niiliing- torc-u into the expres.- which was almost entirely demolished. The (it'orgi1 JohiLson, en- t-sped witli u .slight .scratch on tin: ankle. The ca.r jerked out ot its course. The wheels went one w.iv :iud cari-L'-ijionik'nt (it Hanoi athh: It is irt'iu'niily that the will JD.OOD to Iv iibb- to COJH' with tlio I'lu-iuj sui'cirssi'ully. nuiuher of is ;iS, iiuideijuati1. it were, OUT a loiij Fivehutnlred coolii--. who the Freui-'i as llcil at first -.hot. It slated that entsuy ha> int'iiK. one behind another, over the whoU' des- been No The is ni but, it is thought tlood-> troyed many. Jfliiek I'lajr- reiitfon-cd I" Yun that has ever happened in this t-ouutrj. Atiiiitniose parli.-ijiaH'd th Nan. tin1 eaptnre "f .liiy ES't-, New Vorit riiy, I'd Jtum'stowii. It. I. 1 I have letter. The story that 1 anv money to i-in-un; tiie nuiuiitatinii ol MaitheWn. or :m> tiitt- cNf to iStijtrc'iau bench, fit line it inn. 1 had no bargain or un- Mr. Hiliiii; v.iUi (ieneral son. ilirectly or Mr. Indeed, now Shat 1 ii iii jour own si die i- ti. ;tfl( r his iioiitiii.-itioii. 1 I'ltimb. iiy iin open telegram tt> aid, if cinisKtiMii. in hjrf confirmation. .MaHlu'Ws was nevct my counsel. Indeed, he was a 11 lend ol. it no! ;ilsii for. the ii: 1'aeilif. tlieu coiitrulled Tliomas X rteoit. and rtliidi was at that time :is a lios- tile itileiest in those itt 1 was ittter- t-xu'd. Vour- trulj.  ujidi'Mood that Schciit Knijcht hitvc tiircrcd per cent, cash and the balance in notes. that their creditors will tliis in An fiiiiuviitiun of CHICAGO. Aujf. 23. of T.M leading wholesale bous-es of this city met here this at'Mrnoon to form an association whose defined pui- jiose is to prevent; discrimination by rail- A claim was made; at the meeting that the tuition of ronds into a jxwl to oiablc murcliiiiita at other to obtain terms Irom the 'roads than was the cftse in this city. A committee was appointed to draftaeon- and from the tenor ol" tlie speeches it is proposed to organize what will bf known as a "freight and the griev- ance of member will be ntade a -friev- ;mce of the entire body. The association nearly every leading house hi the city, and the innovation is deemed an un- usual one. for C.r.ittui. oo the Ifiirlh-   thcii inltueiiee in Kurope. The article in the flHtrttc has j startled I'arls, ahirmcd j and jiricrs on the bourses of Paris, I Vienmi anil Herlin to fall. The pri-ss everywhere express surprise nt the Otizctlf'.t (iHack on France, ami wonder as to what lift object is. Thu Krvni'li papers repel the chances contained fit the and inti- mute tiiat KriiiiL'i: is betler prepared now to say that, llismarck is seeking the prutext, for j ipmrrel. or for the imjiosition of fresh I jirmy burtlcns. The Austrian press ask if the article means war. The English journ- als think the warning overdone, and the cause used for itiiisutticieiit. It would not be wisu, tht'y say, to attach too much siicniiicance to the article, MtNXI-iit I'OMMISSIOX. A of Xorfolk gcntlititiuii gave a dinner at Iloveton ye.-jteday to the committee the International Fisheries Exhibition. Edward liirkbeck. member of Parliiimunt, presided, and a toast to tiic For- Commissioners. Professor 0. Brown Goodc. tlie United States, and Wilmot, of tjaiiadiu responded. LATE NEWS ITEMS. Muhuia has appeared at several w Hampshire hem-lies, and people nre ill. St. .JUDK-S iloli-I and ten adjoining it wore destroyed by firtj Lewis lleil a suloniiist, i.i'ally shot The rioting bet wren the Catholics antl Oniiigt'inoi Wits renewe'l at last night. The chwked the disturbances and made thirty-fonr arrests. OF TltK ItKf'KXT KI.KC'TIOS-. 1'AIIIS, Allff, Perry. Minister, in opening the Vo.-iges Council declared the re-suit of thri reeent elections was a strons apprtt- val of the  >jiicideoii luroimt ot nnaiieia (J-i'ii-rr a ---if ihrniudi the In-art with a shot n-'ix'iitl troiiblc Vincent ClSfClSSATI, Aug. li'ibilitta, of Vincent Shitikle, which1 the time of the failure csttawteU at I PttyMlau prwrritoA Dr. ;ire now saW the appraisers and GraVcs' Heart Kcjrwlatoi- for Heart iws to amount to more. Tlie) It 'u n sterling prcfmrnUon the lowest appraiteimntt will reacb for peculiiu-disense, -tnd UO it. ryl. per IOttte. Victim VALLKV FALIA Kaa., The, Ixnly of a youiu; man licorge was found in the river here with a l.tr-re tied to his necl.' this morning. iiniuest us held imd a verdict of .suicide n-iideivd. VtMinu Toscy is supgioscd to have in-, it iittituate with tin elder brother's ni, ,md ran awaj from home t >n Miiiilay tiitflit th'- elder brother (h'tirx" with and In i.i -uiti'jiiiu brother was tulss- It lui'l to join vvoiiiitu until the body fomul. find professional men con- stantly thinking, and those utijrujtcd in liiird study will rtnd "Nwirosia" a indeed. tlie Plugne, OHLE.VSS, Aug. 25. The board of health last night resolved to apply the monitor course proclamation to Mantnnaz, Santiago cle Cuba and liiivituc iteceivcd official of yellow fever at these places; also j resolved to establish a ten quarantine j vessels from Pcnsacola. Dr. Fly, health officer at fjnlvcstnn, stated that he had visitwl the Charity Hospital and other public histitntioDs, ;uid after a careful ex- amination of the is convinced of its excel leiitsanitsiry condition, and himself satisfie-l that the Louisiana Board of Health will deal fairly with (ialrcston, and titmlshall infonnation nt-ccssary. AmerlCMn liar SAUATOOA, N. Y., Aiiff. 'R. The American Bar Association held two sessions to-day. Twenty-two new bers were elected. Ex-CJovernor Steven- sou, of Kentucky, who was to deliver tlie opening address, was absent on account of ill-health. The report of the commit- tee on plans of relief to .suitors in the United States Supreme, Court was accepted. Discussions of a number of Topers were par- ticipated in by William I'. Wells, of Michi- gan: ;C. IJooiH-y, of Chicago; It. (i. Street, of Emory A. Stores, of Chicago. In the evening :t resolution was aduplwl re- gretting tlie alisenceaml illness of ernor Mcvcnson, and wpy of his 'tddtt'ss fur pnbljctifion. tinil A usr. Ki. WM. 1'ow ST. A r-'iToiitoi-. to obtain a rccondlliatioa hK wifL'. near but his ad v.-ii v- 'I'.-tv -in-l then shot hp) Mini-.tei ,Sluiw. tin; lit'itish niNsjonury, who is a (insoner ol' the French i in nrrcsted u-> a r of the llm'ii iovc.rntiii'nt. mid not as a I'rit- isli .s'lihjcct. had to tin; erinncnt'.s coimcils, and it is elurswl that he' incJtwl the Ilovns to rest si the dcmnnds of the French. The rejmrt, her i.v. Aujr. :S. that Franci; will shortly Kastern Army Corps has It was reported at Portland, Me., yester- day that fourteen persons had been drowned at Wells, that State. The telegraph oftiec at that point wa.s closed and no )mrtk'ulav were obtainable. Jesse Ferguson was jvmoved from the chief clerkship of the new bnild- ing at Superintendent Mc- Artliiir he has lost some moia-y Fer- guson's actions, hut the lovcrmiienl will not Jose anything. A Little ttock dispatch says: It. Adams, ex-Judge of Faulkner County, has convicted by the Circuit Court ot serious attention IB countvot stealing from Sheriff will make a counter-demonstration if the' ii. idea is out. TlfK POI'K's MADRID, King Alfonso hits left Barcelona for Sar- agossa. The congratulated the Kins; on the end of the outbreak of the military of Spain. A VACAN'CT. The official organ, of Spain, Cwec-iimnd- ctwM tic Exintut, has tlie following: "The oflice of the Minister of Spain, in Washing- ton, now vacant on account of tlie death of Barcii, will not be filled for some months yet. tn the interim the legation will be put in charge of de Lome, charge d' A lIKOI'KVr. The ImiMttrfttl .-.ays the. Spanish Govern- ment, after tin; recent H.sius. its i'titatlvi's abroad that a friendly re- would be nutde that France comply with the international liuv, and expel the rel'nti'd the outbreak. and sentenced to a year in tho penitentiary. l ir! li .liter. ii Kunrrwl of Cfcloui' Hoi Tiiursilay bright At an early hour stnmirci-. ii tu from alt direct ami i-iivv were crowdwl ;i --uiriii-C nian.it y. The of ness tin every told i' Iia sad mon of Ol'.S'T j VIKXS ''o'i'tt at jj'-srei'daj 'i'lf remaiufjl conscious to witliisi a t'.-w in i..i -ills of liis There will bi- no inn'-ml scrv! -e at The cHeltrated at lioritxa i plainly than ivonl.-. or or tolling belts liie title desolation and di'itlh. Ten bodies Interred in liakwwid o'clock In the at'tcnuion. Tins proei's-siop formed in fmnt of tin; f'ook House aim' started for the cetneten. The followlitff i> a list of the victiiiiM'.ifenvd; Mrs, Weather bee, Nellie Inin, Malil.i Mr .McQiiiDiiip. Mrt. Quick, Mrs Ztitmtlt. Mr ami chiM- Tlu'sc performed were of ihc siinjiU'st elmnicw, Sir. the ilidHJem-'sly m jurol .tt three IM.; Arff. 31. The whfjt of Trow A eonttlnlng bmlwb of was totally destroyed by ftrt- MIPM-   

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