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   Lake Shore Observer (Newspaper) - September 5, 1885, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL IX. NO 47. DUNKIRK. CHAUTAUQTJA N. Y. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1885. to mow disease. A wuipcobaMrbaa to SHORE OBSERVER KB paakirk MM ateeai class atatlMattsr. ion br Dunkirk 10.000. tMbltokea   Will 8 ftATCi: inc. per lino upon run _____ natiasqueat B Cards onloni. i V su Canliof Thanka. BesolutldM of KetpMtiToEutiaiY JfoUani antl Ce of clinrch church SMl- benevolent tociety eoterUinmlMtU. we will liie. BUSINESS CARDS. g. W.MA.M. to A. 11: 1 r. ct the only. Ear, MEN WAKTED to W it Barber Shoo, n., mtitjoor a HaltP. ol tbaErio 0oitl 9tx, hair caiUng, )0c. Kaxon .and grouml. Imi I. will to profeaaionai Fcallt. OOkaatMlKdduicvbeMFeeD AlrtGen'l Agent for Lite and TorttieOwega Ma- All tdMwa Of SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT, FOB ot CBWiniiiBiej, IwateJ on the tmtl aerot 6Ut and Kill facing Washington uutde and cellar, HoSr oonuwfton, Will be bargain a pnrcliwiea btfqre Will parlical Desiring to make an of machinery, Piloting Company will tell ONE HAND PRESS; ONE GORDON CM; TWO FIR8T.CLAS3 WATEIfc MOTOItS; ONE WATE ft ENGINE; ONE HALF-MEDIUM TJNIVEBSAlt Air arc lit good condition. The water motors, or engine, where sufficient pres- can be had (like will run agreat amount of machinery, and tlo it cheap, if rates for nse are not too ex- D- as we regard them in Dunkirk. DUNKIRK rJUNTlNO CO. Apple Barrels, I shall make and KorthCollini I will ghipbaxreU in carlbts less, to any poiiii on Ihrakirk; Allegheny Valley.Erie, tf ICicbigan theBuf- ialo, New of to any other road ontuiotl. Barrels wilt be promptly to any points .Ities.c. furroers ami biiyew willflmiirtio their advantage to buy .tlitsir barrels early and gut them stored away. thus rush. Tor nirttieT jwirliciiUra address W. J. FLYNN, WILKES- fnrin jtfte or ii 7 rifiCS JT1? -fu.'iSti TO N. J. JttkMQ Oft. in aad Clipper of all kioda Hodwyand Gloves Way Oewm la Pikm at Erie Store. Thi Ctkbrated Kid OWrat Our Owa UraadEid Qlovea Wamalcd. Our KU Fitting 80k Hoaitrv; BilkaALUleUoMt fiegantOow for all at uoUennl of pricM at ERIE STORE, Center Street, Punktrk. CH1PPEWA IKDIANS Vm Hake an Iffart to Tbtr TO nKOAtir mam September effort win be made this whiter In behalf of Cblppowa Indians, ot Turtle Mountain, H regain their reaomtlon, which coven large part of North Dakota and teclwtef valuable COT! nines belonging to Chicago Uewltt is to be spend Ing the aummer with a private secretary la over the tariff bill pwaed by the Forty-seventh Coosreas and In draftmf i bill to be lutroduccd nort December pro- poatn; Important reduction it not a etcau sweep, equal to CongnmKum horizontal The Adjutant General ot the Army hat 'ordered General SchofieM to send two com- panteaof troops to the scenu of tbo disturb- ance betwoen tho Ciiiimwcu ami nifnora In The Second Comptroller has dUallowed aeeonnta for expended in enterUintng dbUngutstied jpwsts on UMJ '1'i-iniessce, and haa-entered It to-be to Bear Admi- ral Joue4L CaaunlKloner Coloman, of the Agricttl. turai Department left Washington late Tjinraday night for St. Ixmis, Imving been MUed home by tbo sad ttcws of tins denth ot bla son Frank. J.: Superlatendent Bell, of Die foreign mall tervice, U Informed that 9500 worth ot vac- ctaematter te detaioadwtthe Uuffalo, Jr. Y.. pottofflceaa nnnwllablp matter. Tliomat- for Is addressed to pirtiet- in Caniula, who have been notified to have It forwanled by exprew. Aetog Postmaster General Stevenson qMttt tevoral hours yesterday ox.-unlntnK a adopted by tlift postal service of that coun- try for emptying mall boxes and dejiverlnf naiL It consists of a sack with metatlle frame work at tbe slldm op the bottom ot the wall DOS. Only when tout attached to the box can tbo swing bot- tom on tiie box and tlie metnlilc month of the bag be opened. When Ii pulled away from the box both, tlie bottom ot the boxsadtheuiouttiof the gaclc shut- awW- MtUcatly, and the man who collects the mail' pot Motrlhe contents tne box and rt tiamtle them. lr this Invention ta adopted, IB there pretty good naaon If betleve.it will be coltected by wagons. On August 11, porttnaBterJttdd.Mked.the' Tfoatmaster 'Gwieral Ior imj hwpectlbn of tbe Chicago altee. His letter was 'referred to Chief inspector Barrett and on August 96 the inspection betaii under special Inapectort Tnefr-report "was re- wntctt ceived by the Postmaster General yesterday. A rumor in some way started tliat it found filings very rollcn In tlio office anA.rofom- c_ runwi to LA i.1 -fc vOa :ia nponea to taaxe Ida specially tM women. On examination' the report of Chltdi and that tliere-ts abeo- liitcly atlualon to tho remoral of clerks.' On tlie'contmryHicy rccomincud on addi- tion of new clerks in the. division, to be: promoted from' ilte ranks, tbirfawn new clerks In the delivery de- fartment, and one clerk In the North Sta- tion one at the Stock For the nglatrj dtvlston two new-derka are lecom- inoDded and four more asked, lor to the winter. Tho organizattou of the office U Mid to be excellent and boilneas mueb ln> cnaaed. The ot the aduKHier PaUu HW, whteh arrived at Chelsea, yerterfty, found toDeanfferine. from smaU-ppx wat removed to the Boston qnanmtuie and tiw vessel fnniignted. Fourteen candidates for the revenue ma- rine cadetHhfps have passed satisfactory ex- aralhatkositut .there aro. only Mneo Ihe seten bavlnr the hlgbert will Deselected.- Tlie luccessftd eandMaloiire John B. DuU, of Virginia; Stanley It Laiidrey, Indiana; Preston B. Uberroth, Pennsylvania; Ellsworth Bert- hot Hew Vortr Gordon IL WItcox, Ferm- sylvania; Itidiard O. Crisp and William D. B. Jacobs. Maryland. In the early {Kirt of tbe year so few leaves ot ibsenco were totted for by Government that- ft WM thought tbe would be a remarkable one In that respect During the ptot two months, however, tbe lost ground has boon regained and the prob- abllltkw are that fully as ninny leaves will be (ranted year as LwL Sacretary Btvud. it U said, will recom- mend hi annual report to Congran that f owhwpectow of Consulates employed at KOMpeT year, with allowaneet for tnvelbif expenses to exceed China and the far Eart, two mm to Great Britain and the Continent of Europe, and the fourth to hb lalw to countries North and South CMl September t wat whb- aay Out to apoaslMtlly PMUent Jtoberts, of the FCHMylvania RaHraiad rafwing to take aov of land off the bands of Tan- teUtfe tWt Wty RNlt 'Soolh tat n- war of TV U hi said, wan panbattd alnul _, rtth tbe Beech Grata- nm ad bargain, the ttavgh to nay tor working. and not ei- Ot, attpataav'H, lirriWTOir-oiif-niB-HiiDtxwW. T., Sep- --T Wfjigtyi HMttaanaaarQU, aad It la aaaa. .waraUt arpawat aato stmftb. aad atAjmu Cat, npett itetnd ban Artaa MM aawfeWB ftatM to Statloa, lUrttm auiai taat thia It wat aaU that Oenatnaay will Ma heartily effort to nawn Ola ____ naaw et tbt ante. TbetaatTCaHgeoftkaw matt aad atall ba spaedfly pnavpt ot tha ptppb) awoachDM fcat. Ha ywtwtoy a fainrtot U.WO tor the and eontMlm ot ttw icUMn sad will can upon aUofflcariflt the law tbelr effom to brthglnf ottenMn to poaw that left bare tba ---------S seenA M taa nDvefy nacnea about two a." av, waea a AtvWea took puny ten o< tbe aoman ottand teanbai tba littto city. Ho sotpMoial found and tha party thea nde qntekJy northward to the Balaton farraaboot four mUea north Of the town. This Is the home of Frank Ap- pnaehbu the bouse the leader of the POM knocked and Frank's wife answered. Be asked to see Mr. James and the notol bandit appeared In hit night clothes. Tbe Toaw became eonvuMed that ha knew nothing of tbe robbery. A dRuttotu nmtt wattben taken to Blue Spflngs, Ka miles away. No tram ot tbe robbers wat found, but It Is believed the men an bJdtoc u tbe brtUh and that their jnest.b only a matte of a few hours. The jaUroad company has offered reward THE WABASH TROUBLES, TBl WMeh to ww ST. Lotus, September Oenenl Manage Talmadge, of the Wabath, fays that at conference with Ifeurs. Powdetiy and Turner be them that them: had been no discrim- ination against the Knights of Labor. Tbe .road had offered to take back as many men tbe btwtneai war- ranted, former fWoaed toeomo back except In a body, new am had to be selected, because not work enough (or aU the former HeHOpoasdto employ the KnlghU as far as would Justify It Uetms, Powdetiy and Turner, actlag for tta Knightoof Labor, anbrnltud tho foUaw- proposittawto GwwnJ Managet Tal- madge? Hut-That a veneral order U latued alow inttrnctlng beads of de- ud t UtM no dWcttolna- fcn OD aceount ot the enplormenl6f men members of taw tabor. Second-That all emptoyea, -wao ban taken part alitce the Wth of June In the aeV of dtuioulties, he at oooo taeir, as held prior to that date. r ail other wbo were locked out Juno lltib be rafnstateVI on Or fore October 1. .The following telegram received STOAUA, ato.. gepteml rlantvra' Bouse. St. .loss the Wftbash tnnblas boll tho Southwestern tem CbalrmanBouthwwMeni Bieeptlng the nrttdanse, Mr. rejects the proposition hy tbt Entghts ot Labor. Upon leerivinf this as his fixed answer, the Knights went Into secret session and It Amorally certain that aatrOce order will bo latued to-day, WMtmt --TtrmtM' FnrtBUMa-, reeetpt of the scale signed by the Setdetlac- bonne Stamping Company, of 8t Louis, ui the occasion of no IWtt and afweaWe snr- priw at tiw In thitdtr. stgwd by a Western sheet mill atace the, but confer- ence, and at It U one of tba most extensive to tbe West, to considered of very great Im- portance on account' el the  tell the he had gone nway. Mmvfc been eat several times to waif tlteutnvo had been disturbed. The deceased had asked we to do Tlie cool and potseateOl but does not look very latcl- TiuamiMW Halt New VOBIC; flepteinber At a meeting of the Tammany Ilall Comntltteo on Organ- isation evening, October 0 waa the date agreed upon for liohUnjt the County. Con- vention. A naotuilon wan adopted adding ton members to tlie Committed on Organlia-. tton   form flic Oornun realilunto ttib B. WmUh arrived at iltor- noon and proewded mlutost ItitiiiMltttelr to Dublin. At Khigrtcufn jiiet by; iM local otguilimllOM will Pnmcllltes, who the Archbbhop ;wlth icrait oithuslutu and presented law with Walih, In Mid that be pUwd UM> tho wwtes, vtthw, ntmi aiul of tlws Utah people with whom his Holiness wa.t to full TlteTerrecntUtioruof the IrWi pratatoj, tlw ArcliWatwp niadu Impowlblu ever more tor wiy .mlarop- rcientatlon of Irutmid'ii to find donee the Totleaa, Upon life arrival In Dubltu. Dr. Wntsli ww met by HID corpora- tion to attte and the arid repltei worcilwiUrto UMMO rt Klagntown. TN wltti etiUintlaitle peo- ple who removed the honua from the Arch- DWiop's earrtage and Uragfcd tho -vehtcle'to Uu mklonoa ArrMnf UnAiebbtehopaptieareil upon tlio balcony and pwoouncwt a upoullw crowd, after which he retired, Tor MVprel hours aftenrertthe pwopte panrfM tbostmela, acoompauled by bttttb ol miule pltylnf national L 8WINEDISEA8E. Fauiltr Amour to Harrrlnr Ott I lilinoh pwthent part of thti owirrty report aatauige fatality amonK tho hogt, ilie meeiiu pf tke natttra trouMe, arid .it to klll- taf oft alampM rate.. One farmer at Shwtuid l.Ml twelve fine other twenty .large plgi and, all Ilia little ones, atui a WilrU haa been torn or five a day (or the put week or mam Tta dlMwc iocnui to DO confined to the northern part of thti county nut tho Wisconsin IUNL Kepbrto front HobkUm are rtlHwone. Nearly every farmer oxpetUsneltistrDubki, and two .kayo lostjwailr a Imndred apiece. Some contend that (1 la gcnalno cholera, not iV September 5. in ioma lojMllttM-w county, tlio mnlttdy being We t lo JUy- mond fcwmthln, where farmers tanw number of Varlotw aro tried, bnt partlil ai Sewlon. UL, September dhrtU- lui la 'thli eJty yet- terday endeavoring to .form a new pool tinder the MIJIO of the American Spirit Con- pany. George Ducltworlti, of itieretaryof the old imocifttlon, Istiere, bat the distillers notthsirln; him aecm lo'bave bowed him at private ptaee, the to formulate iron-elMl contracto of. IlwB proposed by "Buffalo" irarmonat the meeting In Clitcagblait July. Uht between 'ajMHttte bheK Ufht between The wort kiek Bock Spring St. Uoli. The tutor' dbtlllertea ny thtt unlctt the amaUor cpw Jota the pool they will cut below com- petition. Tho little ones don't join readily, however. According to the proposed any diitllter can witbdttw on notice. Wttlt September 5.-A Cblct A. if. Dawion, of konw ol Dawmn 4 Suooav Water Street, ftlpped wHh all IhetvaU- eaah of HM Ittni. doetortd (bj, and drew, out >wlutem ww In bank.. The amouat.ot grit> placed at WOO.ooO. Hta pmrtaer tlaM ttO What by the proMdrtlott, "J_ _ Ms i bat Miry MIIKr,   10 AteUMftflljr i hlfflwlianJ drcot, baa given toforiatkw thai will lead Mm In .tbe crimer Sam" Slut, Warn amated Ktmtiurlmg'says that Jldnryt Wilton, who was amatod, tat ,wardsdiadiargod for to suilty. Ueaud others, whom named, traVelhiK with the Aow la Virginia. V_ No. swaoe. KorH' at .js; woitvm Mato at AMWun Ui wtitoni ctato at to oholeu ilo at white tcmber urVQWSc, vtoilaf a Ooiakor at We oo, lr m J Wjcconsin at B.OO, .oft .pri ta at SetflBtwr October Coa ber red Ottosec.wtnso   

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