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Lake Shore Observer (Newspaper) - August 1, 1885, Dunkirk, New York LAKE SHORE OBSERVER. YOL IX. NO 18. DUNKIRK CHATJTAUQUA COM N. Y. SATURDAY. AUGUST I, [885. SINGLE 3 OTfr LAKE SHORE OBSERVER Daakut OfX M MatMr. ton of Dunkirk 10.000 by Dunkirk Printing Company. 1C A is SMHWD at CHAUTAUQUA FAUCI awl DUMUIK KNHML BKANCH orriCKS Fredoala, Wi K. a laaaager. Wealttuhl, XemtaooDi, T. J. Gdsoa.Maaafer. tuisoniPTiON KATES: rtr byCarrltr. AOVEHTUINQ RATES: (ouaniuc rtadUf. cadiMt iorlcca tram dnieading upon leagta --------perliae JowntoSc. leagta of Unw par ftw 1st "I." M IB t We do no of of Rejpeett. oKtuary and ti ot Picntei, for at UM rate line Perrons in thte .o K eight to tiieuienta o( ekarch thun.li onterwinmenu, elc we 11 ill the low rate of J Ms BUSINESS CARDS 4. On ot taolci. v io U C S. STAWLKY. H D.. M tOvtice aad toner t'rout and Beaver Ou tucal German. W JMUMl ,OOK [rung, i SeeonJ iiroet. now Bnffalu, Y. Papers, fiuyp boonJm all promptly Mi All work guaranteed flrtl ciaan. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. ilretl. Bf an energctiv of IS, work W at Ibu Tax Receiver's Notice Notice herohy ptiveu to the In kiln UUU or the of Dunkirk lliut I, the nttdamgned, tteceirer of Tatrii in and for the UTsiiaul for tbe caller I ion of the .WATER TAX for tlic "resent year, and that I will attend at uv attce iu thft Cily llall in iiaid city, front o'clock in the forenoon to S o'clock m the anil Legal Holidays tiiepted, COMMENCING VraDSESO tortiio nurowsof tkirtr ibe 'JJnd of July, IMS, per cent, additionil ami una uirfent for ererrfrncnop of adulla) [.lovuted In law. Grand Excursion Gowanda Glen. TheD O II Society of Dunkirk, will Excursion and Biuket Tic Ntc to Uew. aadaUltn, on Sunday, Aug. 9, 1885 Round Trip All at the Society and fneods are cordlaltr invited to take in like amntt tbe Train leaves Brie tlnpot at A ir COAL COAL J. T. HOQLE CO COR CENTRAL AVB ST OonsUn-ly on hand the beat WILKES-BARRE COAL from tlie Colliery. We can't bo beat m (juaJitx or James C. Hussell! H, J. Jackson Co, ttealer in of all kinds of COAL WOOD Office: Katl Front Street, Foot ot MANHATTAN HOTEL, fer, p.r day Vmtuattoa ia tM dry The tuat Fltldng Seasonable Attractions. t Mexican Hammock. tb tiicn living. They bo- cauiH wiriu futiuU and some two years afterwards, when Dt. Laiie became a beroucnud ha pleas and acgualut- ancti with ttiu UJv, alao atliiressing tier father on the snbjvci of marriage lie re.-eiM'J a tiltint notice that Mr. Tows- ley would ncter couswit to a daughter of wudduig.i rebel sttlttier. Atthbrvbiitt Dr. Lane louk to tlic pranle and gave his at- tention tu atiiek adduig considerable to bu fortune Keccnlly lie ttie eoncspondence and urgetl 31 Tuwtc> to tlee from boina. fhe nitdnigi t tuairiagc is tlie sequel Tlio couple left for the ranclie in Uie wouianless land of rattlesnakes, _ Injured In Sbam August Dunne a yesterday uftcrnoon at Couueauto Lalce, near Mcadvilto, Pa batween the riftenttli Refi.n itut and Battery B, bf Pitts- Juigti, couiiitandiHl by Captain Hunt, tlie nfantry attnikcd tlie battery hi excellent ptyle, but nits repulsed In renewing the atUek tlie infantry men became excited and unconlrollable, and burr down steadily in flout ot the cannon. Tim color Gowrnor'B Guard, of Erie, charged Mction of tlie btttterj, and in the atLti-k tlw regluiemal colors were to> and Corporal Hiker, ot tlie guard, badly hurt with a. [utt uiul. fiiileon Kimmel, of Uie was shot in tlw face and disfig- ured for life. Adjutant Krader and Lfett- wuuit Coiu illicit, and twelve of the In- anity, werv tviribly burned in tlie faee- Thu IMJsbnrfili rcgimctit were furnbibed ttltti ball rtirittilgc. The Battery bojs ttrre afterwaids dined by the Uallatln Thursday and inisclfupto theslienlf. 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 eharfe againrt bun. _ Collhton tn the Ogn Augiiit The steanv- EMerprfae aud IL R Ktthei collided in the Fuca Stiails Tuesday last Tbo 'atmer damaged and sunk almost Inmwdiatfli, twt before all on board bad been Many of her passen- gers wero pbkdl up front the water after had gotwdown. in Attguat A Thunday afternoon tore a. pathway iliMy fret wide through tetroylng U way. Treot WMttMown do AII ami bams unrooted. by a very severe wd hail PMM which dkl ewklenblt __ taNMei ef a AHtTtmDAM. N. Y., 1.-A Gtor- mrllle tayi: Vrowwui Onackcn- gkivo aaanufactnnir of that bx.k M overdose of dikml bydiafat He is now aad very few. Ca. not known. htm Mtur In hw t.-M's-t at a lit j.% b) Util.t re TiiE DEAD CHIEFTAIN, 4 Vtmte FmoM TMtod tad to tbt MM VUnl OM M Tint UKItt OX THK MOVHTAW. Mt. IfcQiutQOtt, N. T.t AMfutL-M tow vMM tha ywlwfaj Hilt tlw arrival at IMT o'dotk Uftla wlikh brought ttotted to ytow A About o'clock Mn Qno4 by aweral of ftallr, partor tod !ulf in boor ndlr cuint M I, Hwrta, o( tke Episwpsl Clituch, of New York City; thai Uw hymn "Uy Loala Up discourse bj Dr. Nevrmau; "Neanr Mj God to be Mini by all praent The benediction will UMU be ptonMUwed. The observation car 111 wtifch the body ot General Grant Is to be taken from here fa Saratofa, IMS been made into funenl ear riage without any rapeeltU effort of geulua Conaldenbto advene cootwent ejUtta ben becaute ol Uie eueap nature ot UM dnnan employed. Flimsy black mtnun It nui WtUL of ttra londtudinal teate nav< been removed. Tne miialnder aw for UM ot tin; ipianl ut booor. Uetteral Jacksoti wast not so well yester- day afternoon lie WHS eouAued to bed the right side of the face on was swelleii very much. Qr. Doug law wai relieved of hla charge ywtwday by 9urgeon Ajipel, of lite Artillety, wto ttiuifc; General Jacfaon he confftted for severK Charts B. Chapman, who La laid to be i aUtiant relathe of Mm. Grant, dtcd hen Ttroraday nlfibL Mr. Merrltt, the under- taker, was telegraphed to ahlp a cartel tot hbretnatm. A magiitfkeut floral pteee, the Ajar, six by four feel; with Immortelle! and purple columns, "U. 8. Qrant" In at the top, arrived on afternoon train from Stanford and htewife. Tbe bettor appearance ol the face of General waa caused by an appB- satlon of bleaching ponder hi the morning. This was the first opening ot the ghw 'M of the coffin slneo tbe enclosure of the remains. Undertaker Motritt aaya removal of tbe ltd may be neeeMary daily, but be doei not think any radical change In the remains at all putbeble. Tbe following invitation toei-memUvsof Cabinet was baued jeaterday by Colonel Fred Grant: MT. July ,11, im. __________rued reipectfullr of father1 Cabinet to attend the funeral to held on tbe proximo, to Xenr Tort. appropriate In the eraMMli Tbe rtatMnmt that Ifra. Grant freatdent i'tovouuid to ruune Qenerab among tlw pat) b U Inaccurate. The report may bam been founded on the foUowlng dispateb to UMPreUdent on Wedneafey: aappotlor that Sberaan and HherMan win be unoBar tkow MlevtM M paU-twateri. no to make thai Tobncton, Butkaer or that -ConfedoiMe Oonen) be MMaed r. D. GRAMT. rtnnuux. ABJUHOKKKMTS. NEW Toatx, menu for the 1nuerat, far M k Genetal Hancock's dtvMon, aw nearly wtn- H. A. Seddhtf, e MUI colored MM waa aJtowed to go, UwiwotaUMortfeaJtoajd ot AUHBIM nrk for OaMralOtaM MklveM, CapUrtn CiaaajQi Cowadl, WM MM4ai of tlte Stiprwme Ooort. te tho Forty-aoaund Stteel tWMtfolr. Tin- turn pawed at ahtUafabw KMNtui Tbn OoawHt. OovMU and ttia aet btwigbt byOriavtoaX Potter marrntr. la aWpk, tbority to pact Mtb an act. a ami teg yaatetdey UMWMOf _____________________Company to framing ittBhMdwfty. Mr. UiMawr tbt Mttiavr. who at mring Mayor wUlwme into DM oaarten on the fund wtfeTchatlM B. Shaw and William H. Shaw, ot Ten, Wetter Co., each Forrerter, 910; Ihither- font ttayvfamni No. 15 Place. F. a Williams, No. l William Street, MB; John V. enlton, The'Toot Orphan" Mat tve ceuta, AUvwing Mier, atdudlug a dtaM. at Uw odkw July MM. a catno boy MM he ItWunJlo-l tea Mr dad WM Uey do aa? WM11 wort agjlnnt tlie police In tils uliolc tarocr. He hatl not, bwmise he was libelled for flfteon ywuTt, te belleie thai tie was NOIIIC- tllhw. By tlw grace ol
wim carried and great dam. ttMttiry eart near 4on. Captain nirt, of IE, tad tbotwaad aerra of wheat twartr forty per OWN. AugiM mm IM kllww In the fluHftl Steles reported dwTMf week, agaloaV 915 In pneedmf weokaud 151 and oorrMpmHliiig of tttM, IKK) aJN) Itm CAPITAL AFFAIRS, Ootrt-Martial Medical for Fife m hy. of Carry Amtr> lean August The engineer in charge of upon thefutUlkatkNuof tlw country thttirofHci.il repoit to the Chtut Etitlm Comparatively mile work been dxme during the season on account of the priaUons last >eiu. Tbe Pivsldeiit haa niadu following ap- polntmeubc Jaspci Smith, of WMhtngtoik, to be United Consul at New Castle, also the follow Ing Collectors of diatoms: UMIW B. Poucher, for Dbtrkt of Oawegu, M, JoMTh Uagofftn, for the district ol PwxtelNottt, Tex.; CbtrtM K Qatiey, for UM> District ol Corpus Clirtotl, Toi. Secretary Wbttney has Indorsed tltu Und- higa of the naval court-martlnl uhlcli Mod Uedlcat Director who waa clrorgod wllli culpable Ineflteieucy lu lha pawuwice of his duty aiul neglect ot lUa duty whtti) acting Surgeon General of tlio Navy. The court fwiiid guilty of both and st'Htunced him to be Mtsiwiidud from rank aitd file for five yean on 'furlough pay and to ruluUi hb present number In hla grade during that period. Socrotnrj Whit- ney. In expressing tils approval or tlie ten- teitce, "Ko dlslioiiMt or corrupt act or motive Involving anybnMwhof penonat rity on the part of Medical Director Phtlip S. Wateu, Ciiief of llio Bureau of Medicine ami Surgery, WMI slkxC'l agalnit him, nor is there any evidence hi the record which would juslliied such nchnrgoor which tends to cast a reflection upon Uli honesty. It In equatty proper, how- ever, to remark that the of hiettlcieticy hi tlio pvt-fonnauee 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 Auditor't) ofllce. There arc six lu nil, as follows: Thomas C. Balky, FrnitcN 1L Goodnll. Chailt-s Lc-netl, Tliontus lUtli- boitc, Uenry A. Wtwllcn Charles E. Wtiite, It >s understood Dial (litre no funnal against I lie odlciats, but that tboir Is Auditor Dnj's nlcp in tlio ruorgankntloii of titg oflict1 It to otated at tho Etcctitlte Munrion that lUjee and Arllttu arc not tected ai pntl bcurcni for renmliw of General Gnuit because tm-ywcro otliwwlw provided for hi the f uiwrul pmKrammo. The pTOMCution in lliu court-martjal of Paymaster General Smith, IMIS closod yes- terday and thn court ndjouniwl until Mon- dny to permit the detenw to pcparo tliclr llornco IL CliH3t-, or 1'eorln, 111., hasbaea appointed Super! ntctHlent of tlte InduttKal School lot Indians at (.ienoa. Nub., at a sal- ary of Samuel F. Tftpplcti, re- moved. Jolm It. Wtlbau, of Jackson, Tenn., luut been appoUiled Superintendent of tlMludum warehouse, New York City, at a salary of vice W. Sttivcni, ol Olito, rutnovctL Tlie resignatkniol P. Chain pi In. iccelverof public DeattKtwd, D. T., haa been accepted. Nich- olas Curr. of Montennna, la., 1ms been sp- polntcd n special agent of tho Lund OfllM, Charles Skinner, of Uuttlmoie, waa dla- barred from practice an nu attorney before UM Inteilor Doimrtmtnt fot The live steamship HUM whlvh for jenrs bavecarnwl tlie malls fnimNew York. to tho Wwt Indies. Mexico, Ventral and South America, liave finally declined to continue performing the Krvlce fur tlie compenaatlou offored by the Potttuaster (tonural and be- ginning with to-day those tnalls will be carried over other roiilwi. The Mexican uiallh will go to Mexico by rail and the Havana and West Indies by rail to Key West, thence by Kteouiera to destination. About Uie middle of Julj tun five couijuuiictt nottlieil Gi-notal Vllns tlial they would not coutlnuo to carry tbo malli at the old into of ccinpencv nt the sea rote of postage, forty tour aftor July I'ostniMtcr General Vtlas subsequently oflered to pay them the hlgtiest rate allowed by Uw, the tuid inland rate of pontage, whfcb amounts to Si. M per pound foiutten but bf B offer waa Postmaster Gen- 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 ap- propriated by Gongrou but tesslon for eigu mall by Amertean lie haft, howvvcr, arranged for a prompt dis- patch of tliew malU ta heretofore, through other channels at tbe old rate of forty-four per one hundred Author of the "BpoopeadykV tMad. NEW YOKK, Auguit Stanley Iluntley, well-known journalist, died Thursday Kht In this city of dlscasA He tlio ion ot a well-known New York awyer, and was born in IMS. Be achieved no little celebrity u UM author of tlio "Spoopendyke" Which he wrote for die Brooklyn Eagle, lie entered life w a reporter for UM Western Press Afl- ttdatlon, and was for a long time connected with Chteago newspapers. While tn Uie West be had remarkable experiences wttli the Indhiift aad by curing a chief of adopted mlo the ftrtw and tt Ie Mid, became a Hedkmellaa, He Mtt about six ago, and stoco that has been ot Brooklyn and Mew Totk. __ Vreahto Fluurenoov Amrntt While dep- oaltioni wen bstrnj taken bttore a Master in T to tho Sharon-Hill JndgoDavU TOUT, for Mta Hill, and flanry Bawmlikr, otwMOl, got into a dbpttte. Xowtiitr a move to draw a pMoL Tern made a move- to remcfl for hit waapon, Kowalaky bortedly ntaaled tram tlw room, plitol la baad, Totqt k the. man who killed ttM fanow polWdaa, Brwtorick. In a Defc, Aacttt whkb tamatigaM aV death TlettM of UM Diamond IflR dMMter, Mtonid last fr> a bawnr brtow the UM walk waahaii. Tbe other thrwj Jwxrs pweal tta letpomiWlUjr thoownati oTthe WMtaaj and hniMlM Intyaetor, totobtr nMMtrivamai: __ LATE KJSW8 liKMS Mr. GIWbtOM tailed SalMday tat way, lu Mr. Braawy'H yacht In tlut chokra ,o were and tho aotb uit It U In the but light at _ followers uo fast deserting Slug Alfouso has ahautkiucd Ui jMtedvUt to the prortacw ot BH, oniutttolhepmakiwe of tn Itertin it b AMtto-IttMtn wlU alntoat cerlabiiru The. of iu tbe i Woolen Kill Rher, Mawt., haw advanced ten per take cata day. An Albany tMclal that U i that Rev. Dr. decided, to decline tbe Collttte. 'Elm lloorrcpublk denies the cUnt ot the Brltittli UovavMut unon.SL aiul nsks tbe ConttueiiUI Eiinipcan poweai to considttr tlw bay tree pott. According to reports from tbe lerof the Currency, tbe dM-reaae hi'lka amount of National bart ou August i. IBM, MAotmts Count Muiwtcr, the Gonunu KmbtaMdork M unwilling to Ictto bontton tor' Parav 'It fcbclitjvedlhat it Prince BIsoMUtk tlw tmti-vtor Count Miuuter will from tho service. Tho Scenery of the Interior hMtftdnaid the period for which leave of aliatug pay will be graiitod to of, partnictit on account of sickness, from sbty to tlilrtv days tn n E. C. Maun, of written Majt.r Grace that itt- cerUlwntwbwruiB Uie Ilkouaitand autograpti ot General Grant be lamed mementoes Io subscribers for the pmfinaci) monument i _, _, Tbo reuuUaa of Sir buried at KanisRato on tho 31st uli Busi- ness and the' were closed. Tho weather was clbndy.ibnt tbe attendance was vast. The funeral rites of an multhecoAlii placed beside tlmt cnhtilnlng dust Of the philanthropists if A gentleman connected witli tlw -Cheater Driving i'lirfc. at Ciuciuimtl, met .JllHy O'Brioii, manager for Doinliiick McCaffrey, atPanon headqtiflrtcn at' Chicago yesterday and arranged- for a eooatat to tiiKc place bet H ecu Sullivan .and McCaf- frey ut Chester on August 18. Tbe date is the one originally agreed1 fapoJt foe Siilllviui and 11} an Io but Ryan toted torespoml. Tlio Secretary, of loh rwciffd, infor- mation nf tlie (tenth of tJrutenaut Nje, naval ntlnctic of the Unitwl "Icfwthxi nt Limst whn wan nbont to Htturt tho Unltod States will, lint of later I'hctpa. St.-ctvtary Whihicy has or- dered the Uniteil States slewMcr ShenUMoah (hi and Llenfowtnt INawnifckWhew tliey nill botrausk'iasl to a Pacific Mail steam- atilp tor tntiiMUitiun toNcwYork. TIIJS Moaey CMI nt, trtxty Flottf, O nlit Tontc, AttruM t I'rimc morenullto papci nt J( fwi- cent, Kortilr n eiohtnigo nulct at trtx daye und J foi di maud UOVurtiiaam UondH dullnnd ferwflilr, Htatc tioiutt buun vwr> amt tailonsstciKb _ CLXVxr.AitD, Aiiifust 1. 1'c.urH Country mado XX at coutftry.whMotaut at ut i rc.1 roltlliiral JUyjjnqW aa No a red nt Wo No -I 'Me iirh tuiii'd ut sit.. Noji-atato.! o x at jj, MP I uut' JUQ New Autru'it of vtotoru lit, uctiiihioo tu to choice duat to white whftit dofiicicy utlC emu No 2 MiLnnuktifHt 'il'ttu t o K No I uarth eni u( Ho attvkt, nlcutnurMu JtOtl nt tu uln U'i NO twhito ttn 2 red ti( 'W'tSolWi B. at f i Conf or ntiMmttoii at Ho. t at BWWiKSe in vlfiutur. KI '.a v. afloat. Kwttett. e i f. Mo white- while at Auat.tt lulted ai ol spot at btn- lljr tncis tiarh at Jl mursnl Vll CUT MSATB-Salu of il li J I ptekled hamn at sui..k.-il at Sales ot co.itrjtct i-tMlv spot at .T754. choltc M WSi'4, Aityuot at CmOAao.AuiruM of ter wheot flours ut atSOijMTO.WiMimimutWJ'J'rit-.lW.MiJowH nt HUOQMfiO. tSUOuUi aU. bakers' f L mOA-riv. twscrt Ht September at UIOM4 at September atWUftC'A'15. elosrilac at dflfc1 .it September at f IU (njjiftiWJtifc, aloscnl BCTLX of tlr> at ,11 f'.Tfi, tbort clew sMeirt aft ClMCIXXAII, AUKUSI Fi M Sales ot faradr at tt ta. fancy at
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