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   Lake Shore Observer (Newspaper) - September 7, 1885, Dunkirk, New York                               VOK JX. NO LAKK SHORE OBSEBVEB DUNKIRK. OHAOTAUQUA N. Y. MONDAY. 6EPTBMBEK 7, 1885. iou of Dunkirk 10.000. Dunkirk Printing Company. OrncK. bit stCMD FkbttttMn tat fMNtt Mrt MI-KHW JOtMMt. ntt.il >M M best or Mte. per line leagth ot lime run. _ We ailvcrtii lisa. fvrati u leadt ofThanka. nd etc., Way Down tn at the Brie Store. Tbe Cfeteoratod Ctntemert KM Otovoa Oar Bread KU Glone Warranted. Oar Kid Filling Silk gnmlm H. SttkarTd KrfantBoet for all at unheard of prices at ERIE STORE, Center Street, Dunkirk. THE FlMk T.-Marthd to HOCK MOT allqnarten wu. taUer ive or per uil of church Mil etc., we will itubtuhat low rate ot cli per Hie. BUSINESS CARDS. ot tte of tbe ca tnaiaM qotla a naiberof WOOMB, Uw nd flaf utd tikflBC M Maneflthe. tba cnat denMiiMtm- HOB ot the deatpied to bMdoff the deawoftratton thetaidw Harket Street WMtbAimdetrmia ot the eol- aalni. and the wide ana between Maditon JUndolph atmela wat blocked with Pte. The vast awunblafe was addnMed bj and Xotfiah ipeaken. A blood-md Ac qpMpciitelr fmeribed wtepMMted to metalworker's unton, After aJnctnc "The Bed Banner" by tht SoflJaHrt' Sale Cbortu. tuo- procession tonted ta three Tba line ot wat throurh the pHudpet stneuto Ocden't Grow, where the day wu ipent In a pkato and impromptu were WASIDNCTON, AtOaaito) TWewiOp.. 7.- ot tbe ewd, ACUnamait last algbtman bTnad. not totted WatKfttobtm other bJda, There and atoeemaenliel K. ULACKIU.U, ItuHvlu fifth .tixib IMnktrt y. r. 1040A.M. to W A, M: 1C.M. toil-, only. Brc, Noaa, awl tbe Mtociioa of IMC- UBS WANTED atStelHr-' 9 Barber Sbw, OD Thwd it, BMtADOr oltekerflahn. Fomerly ot Hotel hatr cutiiar. We. RMMI IBd. hytheapeakm. There were about MOO mat In One and the prooeMlon quite poalng. The red flag led tte way and tplrlpg mouoa were plentiful. SMALMPOX. died BMotMtloM September were totty-ntne new cases of amaU-pox Saturday and twenty-nine deaths. At a large cltt- MOI' meeting Saturday evenhtf the log nutations were adopted: iee on Ilk itievt tfoitJw Life nd ot tbe and muni wbare tbe dtieaso li that many fwm i____________ outof tnehaistothenllroad, AQ -_________ jtAhny, mmv 400, have baen sent to Evanston e protection of feroope. Ills wpertod Aatthe nUnon have notlfled the ChlneeTthat they have tbat place. BeokwHh Qima, ot Evanston, aad whnlnaH groeara, are the eontracton who hare tbe at Ahny and Bock with eooUen They wffl not employ any mote Chinees tabor and will, It to said, send them ootof this section of the country. A Gat- ling gttn and 1000 of ammultton won sent to Evanston from Cheyenne b anticipation of trouble. Governor Wamn tonowatEwnstoo. SPtCIAL ANNOUNCEMENT, tor reception ox patienta. and f vt Jttats. tocstrt om the cor rtcf cfot W Uouie boilt in Ittl wifh sU tbe mod- inproTetneBU.flDelr out. nicely painted, cellar, Hoi IT water worfcm connccijoD, comM roomi aeeoMmodate atUiUy of flre pnrdumx Bept U. Will be for Sent iherMfter if not told For patltaitlmn apply to M.tbe Krie Bag room ta depot, or M Iswt Agent. FOR SALE DwlrJnu to make room, aod liwvinj; an overstock of machinery, the Dunkirk will icll ONE HAND PRESS; ONE GORDON STII IJEIM- nit; TWO FIItST-CLA83 WATER MOTORS; ONE YVATEIl BNG1NE. ONE HALF-WJSD1UM UNIVEltSAL. All are iti good condition. The water molora, Or- engine, where milfli ii-ut pros- anrecsn be had (like Fretl-mviO nin afreatamoutit mud tin it cheap, if rates for use are not ex orbtUn' we regard them In Dunkirk. DUNKIRK 1'KINTINO CO. Apple Barrels. I shall make apple bar- and XorthCoIHns. I wUl ship Ur rets in car lots of tnora-ar less, to any point on the Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley, Erie, Buffalo South westorn.LakcSIiore IE Hichigan Southern, and tho Buf- falo, New York Philadelphia, or to any other road Barrels will be to any points on Utftse roads, ami farmers and buyers will find it to their advautage to buy their barrels early and get. them stored away, and thus Uio rusli. For further pJtrtiuntarsMWreas W. J. FLVNM, Mrs at epwUI [rites. GOAL COAL J. T. HOOLE CO. COR CSNTRAL AVE. 4th St CoosUnilf OK hand W1LKES-BARRE COAL from the Wyoming OoiBwy, can't be beat in or t.Hce, James ------SUCCESSOR H. J. Jwlnon 4 Oo. osMM of ttnall-pox patienta. and Mopted for fho dlrtntecelon of iron which bave been mngreo. ____ Civil BcirlMi CommlHloo. REW TOBK. September Mr. Dorman B. laton, Cbairman of tbe United States ClTtl Service CommleMon, Is at present en- Joying vacation In Bratttoboro, VLt but wOl return to this city In time to anwertne writ obtained by W. Hlnckkjy baton Judge Wallace m the United Clrentt Court Saturday, requiring tho membewof tbtaeommlsalonto abpw eanw why they exerctoe the functions of a errUanr- fieeeommiatiou. Thiiwrit Jsmaderetttm- aNeontheSSthofthUiuofltli. One of the local United States civU wtd rooming "I dolS think ajr. Eaton will allow this to Inter- fere with peace of mind. The truth that the rait it simply brought by the Dem- ocrats of this city who believe in the spoilt in the hope ot Intimidating the Pres- ident If Mr. Itlnckley had applied for a position In the Government employ and had reason to believe that bis dslm to that po- titlon would be recognized by the President antt apnlicaUon had been rejected by the Civil Commuiloh, be would have had some gnmwto tor eomplalut, but thV a repnaentBttve ot tbe spojti party to break down the civil service They SHU CHICAGO, Septembor J. F.O'Kourke, a prominent lawyer from St. on a Ttotto fittr, and Mary Laroed, danxhter of Albert H. Lamed, Secretary of tbeW. T, .Frost Hanuf ncturing Compauy. went ontln a row boat from the foot ot Twelfth Street for a row on the take Frida} afternoon and bare not been heard ot Several tbeoriee, all equally vague and on. atttafaetory, are proponnded toaceonnt In disappearance. Tbe boat In which they went for a row was found verterday after- noon on tho beach at the foot of Street It was right aide up and half full ot water, and contalrwd tho rowlocb and a broken row. Mr. Lamed Is now aaUsfled tbat the missing ooopfe are still alive. Ht they brote an oar while qntta a die- mnoa out arid were picked up by MM out. ward going steamer. In this case they may not be heart from m sevent to Ceaipeay. MAOTFDOD, o., September About year afo, M. H. Hilton, formerly editor ot the Shelby recommended to toe Ka- ttonalTJsloaLUelaraiinee Society C.W. Brown, for fcOOO Inmnnee. The latter pawed hla exmntoation and fnfeae- quantly dumppeared, aseewnento bttnf recuUdy pidd ai they became dim. A fhort time ago a notion wai Motived of deatb at Blue Hllla, On. A death proof was made out and forwarded to the stentary. Owtogtothe alniflarlfr ot aU the writing a tow larlttw it WM aatpeoted Oat traft wat being perp proved 'Dr." Mlej bad ooUnded porpoMof leearlBK andlCtte weean weieanwteJd ______ onebebKaehlld. KM. bat the tbe cemetery wbjn to bare been burled tijSre one interment In a year, tot AiieeUrt Toifc day John a Stattecy, a bookkeepei InFntton llarket, tonght a polloeman and Informed htm that wife bad anddenly died. The polteeman aeoompiV nted the man to hb apartments whin lying on the floor of the kitchen; dead wonun. Her face dlwolond about the right eye and on the Mt aide of tbe throat Her left arm showed blabk and Une and her waa dtawkrid, Slattery wat taken to the police ttationafl locked np on toipldon ot batIng coined womatft death. Tte aiteuMd atatea tbat heawolte and toana hta wHe upon the floor. They had often had Tie- StamUn. LOWKLL, Ham, September Elley, a weak-minded yomtg woman, died Saturday night of adf-impoaod starvation. Some weeks ago the people raiding in fbi building pnrchaMd somo poison to Ull HlssIUlcyboiaino possessed with Idea that It was Intended for her and refaasd to eat Apltysldan and clergyman wen equally unable to persuade her to eat A ttnsnttatkm ot physicjsaft was called and they Induced her to take a small quantity ot mitt In their prcMnce. She Instotod ihal colored water be given Irarasanantt' dotcv After they retired rammed her former atabbornness and no more ment ef any kind named her Septombtr Tte body of Thomas Bncnelor, an unmattW man. aged forty, WM foand tn mom boardttrbonseon the eotnerof Baltt and FMarfci stneta. men Atoxandat Hill, after maktnt -i -i tte HATKJft Conn., tt BUwta, of tbt flrai at Hohaai A prtalari. at thkuHy. niMdliilwttKtwYott jMRtaliaaolwM of a reckoaat" Tht MMteC the miBUi WM mtm war, Mh for Oie Fanmn, for cattae she drank, and that he her borne to Troy. about it, and might have Tjhe police say that Stattery as if he W llttte about wife's death. The woman three children, aged time, ntoe and twelve years. te.. paid a iytag vbtt to the Caafcalyes- nhfcmwt to Richmond tail light. la paying tbek rcapseta to the master Knights Labor ot ITashlsctoiHOMoftMvMtoRonbebaltof to Bkhmond presented bun with t beautiful ravel nude from wood from one Ubby Prison. Through me tnstrumentalKy Oeneral an usual courtesy was extended to V Architect Clark. At the request of Gen- vat the doors of the Capitol were thrown open, always closed on Sunday, and permitted tho Richmond visitors to enter and Inspect the building. A vote of wu tendered General Roseorans for in- terest to their behalf and Architect Clark WM also thanked for courtesy to Ute Knights. AettvGwiUtttonerUiMhaw, of the In- llan Bureau, has received, a dispatch from Osptaln Lea, tbe Cheyenne and Arapaboe Indian Agent stating tbat the removal ot theeattUfrom that reservationIneompU- anco.wltt the President's proclamation, b brine rapidly aeoompAshed. Some of the tattle men have already removed their en- tire herds, and the remainder are making rigorous to 4o so. It thought tbat but a few will elspso before the reser- ratfon will bs cleared of all cattle and un- talborbwd Secretary Manning said Saturday after- noon tbat did not hear of the Hwekley proceedings. nntU he reached Washington Set night 'Ihsre not seen Mr. Hlnek- be added, "and I know nothing about the matter whatever, civil service reform bat, of' coarse, come to stay. I do not know the motive ot this action, or of a ion Interested or Consulted about. It, except trout what I see hi tbe papers." D. C. Fierce, who was recently arrested for robbing the mail at tbe Rutland, Vt, depot, has been discharged .from custody awl bis son, Henry C. Pierce, has bam ar- rested. .He made a full confession of guilt and exonerated his father from all par- ticipation in the crime. It lithooght here tbat the troops which General Schofleld bar been directed to send to the scene ot tbe recent Chinese distur- bance for parpose of keeping open tba route over which the malts are earned. wlH lead to prevent any firlhec trouble. The attache to charge of the Chinese not yet eomnuurieatod with the State Department on the aubjeet of the and watting to bear from the Chinese Minister, who Is now in New York. He thinks, however, eoraeipondenca will be opened by his eblef rabehaifof paneeuted coontrymsn, The Winder buUdlng, on Seventeenth September annosl oonventlon ot the German fioman CatboUe Central Society of the United 8UsMopened o'clock yesterday Oermanla Hafl, WUHanttbttrf. Hcarry rapresentlag nearly the Union. weleomed In Of'the Brooklyn sodefr. dUxena Amnatfld hottoroltbaoeeailBB After the eondnda tto WM 1 by the Bnwwyn to m of the the and then I ____________iwiUL_ k will last thm or tou K. T" September Ftteldeat Clereland, wboarrrred ben at an early boor yesterday marring wtia fir. Wart, weatbv mediately to the where be remained antll p. a., kavug for Washington at that boor, acmmpanM only by Colonel Lamont He left en (be ranhr train over tbe West Shore, President Wlns- prlvato ear belig pleead at Us dto> letted by the Government, condemned Saturday by the building Inspector of tbe District of Columbia being dangerous. The Ihapeetor states that tba waUli only inne inches when n should be much thicker. He atoo states aattbetMlhUngls In danger of collapsing from tba heavy Toads of and ma- terial stored there. Tbe floor joist and gird- an of msnmclent strength, and are out of place, and the wall Is leaning two Inches ontof ptumb. lathe building an a Urge number of of f mending (twee ot the gbMersf the Judge Ad clerks, the Ordnance Bureau, and also the large fora of the Second Auditor of the Tnaeoty m ot the accounts of the army. As may wall be Imagined, this mat- ter has created excitement among those co- rn tbe buUdlng. It is bettered Government or Ute of the build- ing will have the walls immediately No have been made In anrsveUngthe mystery-connected with the discovery of tbe skeleton found hi the north of the etty on Thursday. The police tMttae to the opinion that the man went to the pUM alone, then being tome evidence tbat mind was tmbUaneed. Tbe Batthnon tbat a gettUtman who Mcantty retnraed from Europe found Bowgate, the ntttflnsr ex> wHb parents In En- He reporU htm to be broken In bat tone- tbe late Prof. tot tbe estakiMbmsjrt ot a syetein of for Canada and South tte briaklayct WM arnated by CRIMINAL RtCOKO, "ftswtssq e  8t Uwls, CtoeUmatl and IMiMapulk easily pnshtgot SOOTM of tuen as they draw sight per cent Interest, poekotlng the estimates of tbe ot their swto- dto rtach aU orer tbe eeontry have wrtttea Ac lafoma- ton to tlw vslw ot the wartanta. Tne absconding have gone to Can- ada with an enormous amount ot wealth. The but hoard of Drown was a totter dated Boetou. Sunday Aufciut 30th, tolling hb wife to meet him m Canada. She left Wednebday. Wife also gons to htm. Clark's wife mourning ab- aance. Tbe full extent of tho swindles will not ba known until tbe warrants an pre> sented tut payiueut ToittKA, Kan., September Brown has been missing since Saturday night last a.week. cattto buyet and had drawn froni tbe bank tat tin pun-haw of cattle. Last Krlday mornlug hb hand-bag WM found in tliu woods la tho real of the Valley House, n place with Mtber t hard name. place waa set on Ihe Tues- day, wbenlrHiulry bsd begun to be made fm Brown. Four tods Indifferent parts of tlw. bouse were In Msmcs when tho fln depart- ment arriwd. belief b strong that he WM murdered In this house, Ind., nel Motley, who ttas been appointed post- muster of UrUlipiport, this county, Is shown by the records of Criminal Court ol January, 1874, to have been oonvkted ol grand larceny and sentenced to five yean In the penitentiary, lie secured a new trial on technicalities and was then given two years, on a plea of guilty. terred thu term. The records Hi tbe cue have been to WasblnKton with a demand for Morley's mnovat He was appointed at tho recommendation of Congreasman Bamum. CoBPCft CitKisTt, Tex.. September At the ranch ot Msto Sanoro, m Duval County on Thursday, I Mexican named Euslble Diaz shot and killed his wife and then slwt himself three times, Falling to kilt litiuself ho drew a dagger from his boot and cut Ills tliront A physician WM summoued ami sewed up the wound In Ills throat when tlw uitia revival sufficiently to be taken to Jail. Tbe murdereo wife waa e daughter of Sanero. and only fonrtem yean old. They Iwd only been recently married. Dlsz was jealous of her. FOOT SMITH, Ark., September has reached hero of which occurred lilt weeV In tlw Verdigris Bottom, In the Cherokee Nation. Itlchsrd Sutbwland and Jacob Bums liad quartet Friday over some corn. Sutherland Mid ho would settle It tlio next day. He mot Bums driving along the road and told bun he had coma to ncttlo the dlffloulty. Bums got off wagon slid Sutherland Bred at him with a shotgun, putting eigh- teen buckshot Into his body, and as Bums climbed Into the wagon Ancd a second time, killing him Instantly. Both wore white mm. No armts have yet been maiiD. LrtCKPOirr, N.T.. September Payne, a boy fifteen old, In tho ant- ploy of W, A. Hutdilnaoit, s merehuit of xoungstown, Nisgnrs County, shot John Scltoomaker, aged tbtrtoon, who entered HutchliMon'a store. It la claimed, torlileUie money drawur. on the lltli of July lasL SclHMmaker died from UM effects of tlio shot .on July 38. and Payne was nrrested, but after an exsmmstum-vrss dbcuargcd. Ilutclilnsou has since snesteiV charged with havltigcawted- the death of Schoomakei by giving a pistol to Payne, iwOructlng hint to shoot any one whom bo discovered steal- ing from the store. Uutchlnsfm was ex- amined ycstonlay and committed to tlte Jail at Loekport tttwn a cliarito insnslaugfalei la the second dogree. He was admitted to ball Saturday nlglit. Tticro U much excite- ment at Youngstown over tlio sad affair. Bouwnd of Voaag MHO Xu- THE ISLANDS, UtMl Mm isYtha Qrwta OMU Sntto- i Araw AteM insatt. 'the; u4 TBBT aUHOOa, ffi. A km Saturday ubrhlw ot bnportant news from Uw CaruUne blandj, Tbe Spanish war ship matted Yap, me vteWaMbkMtMMat alt, sad tooewpyltln the name ol Spaiav the SpaKlsh ottoan pen dilatory m leaojag troops, and on the tith of IbeawM montb a German gunboat arrived. Attboogh It me seven o'clock la the evening the German commander IrutanUy landed a body of ora and and hoisted the Qetman Aag over tlw Wanda, Spanish made an eoergstlc protest agaluaf the of the Qontuui   law a single aeufl race wfth John Tttmer, i _ T nmNDKR. Tne latwr waa.repnaiDiaa n B. C. Talk. Arttdeiwere draftodbyOof eoel Busby tor a ane-mlle nee with i far! and the dumptoablp ol imnrtu ItWMagrtedthatHaittaabonld reeatfe staty and TeeoMr toty pereeat ol ether ronHlei fM wfll ha toafntto TMtoea- tta Ito the opoo. T. WMASk SC.LOCU, Paw- eUy DM mcnng. TbeywOleal aaxm Mr. Tttaam to-day ask poattivery aia atotsmeot torn M wlOmlaMtlMlr to pasNIona efwdtlaftaMVIt be k Hcav wjasiswai CtofeteX If WW-IIBVWB 9f ttli toftiiMait CMfvtonl t '.Jbf BkdBlaBfe JHWIIivl Hyl1 am gnaad tbat mWe ta't tow Paso, R. L, Septcmbm Canonchet, tbe rcsidmceof Sprague, near thla plsw. which list fur nlsbcd so nVany sonssttons during the past few years, 'and where tho marriage ot Willie Sprague to the sister of his step- mother took place a few weeks ago, wai again the scene of an occurrence on Friday fast which has greatly prostrated the family at the famous A few weeks ago Mr. J. F. Weed, a younger brother ol the present Sprague, arrived at Canon- his borne In Virginia. fie bad been suffering from dyspepsia to tlaM past but In the fair alt of tbe Pier be greatly Improved and soon recovcral his health. A few days ago Ito was capriied while tailing and remained In tlte vraler nearly an houi before being rescued. The exposure agate brought on dyspepsia and in tbe afternoon It was found that he hsd taken an of morphine, lie sank rsptdly and died at It wsi rumored be bad com- mitted totcMe bat this was denied by hit family. Tbe two kin. Spragnee an proav UttoJ with frief. wu about to proceed to German gunboat when ri to A third .Bpan- eUetoro, htaanlved at Tap Bay. TUiitemcauiea the wiMert exeltentent tlnoactKral Spain. Ctotrdf (atbeted in atnetootlMrtdattnigkt long; fnnUeally and. oalllnc tbe Ktupecor Will- SSTtbe Crown Ptlww and BunaMk the vOeit Tifttiitf and tbe dvU and military King AlfOMO at toe-depot arrival In tab city.': Lane of Unad the route tatan by the toynl In Mine from the depot to tbe palace rllwapata.'' TueiKinf freeted wltlt elieen. e excitement the moit per- foct ocder Count the Oermaa Atabiatedor, bis returned to the location In city ftym La Qnnja, Uo waa eeeorted by alatrotif military guard. Tbe Qotmunent baa dtimlieed from the the etmnwoden ot the two SpanUi; metHd'Wat stationed at Yap. The Cornell of Mlnhrten tun trained and dltpatehadtotbe Oerman at ultimatum which King Alfooeo unctloned, reqnerting Oermany to eracoate Caro- lina tatandt. Spain, in the meantime, re- front material otcttpatlon, thn afford- ing a or between the two Governments. Tho total of ar- rwrtsfoT putleipatton In tbe antt-Genttan riotaja 184. TitetfciA, Soptembor Qermaa conMlueln thUclty waion Saturday the of riot slmtlv to that In Madrid. The German ttaf taaulod down and the taehes ot tbe 'conaulate Intuited and roughly handled. Bengal ef the rioton were ar- timdof llrlng. She Is tnlhnwt married, iSSt but evening wai np6ttod to be doentt think tbe win mover. THE MARKETS, i- rianr, QnU M4, ai T dovemmsat boMi aro dull and etrwur. State bonds are dull MdsMsdr- M miuio. at t CORX-Hteh mixed at Wo. Mo: t State.- Mo. t at KoTNo. 11 Mo, new 1 ut We, Mo. 1 Ho. at KlW Yoiut, neweitom o food wcrte aneweitom ttt to food wcrtern.ftnd tooaoiM do at aitaat.aa. ftnd at-: white wbea September proverbial bolt out of the dear sky couM hardly ham amazed Berlin more tliMiIhe of the antl-Gennaii riot In Madrid. It nttorij unexpected, and Is oonseqtwnUraU the fnore exaspetttlnc to the The latest ntr tenncetof the alinliterlal fabra afeney and the French press had led the people benf _____ wo, Mo Umber it WXfttito, closlnf at BOsv of contrsn Septembur at r.t at p., SeHerober On eve, a young man named Scofl mnrdered In College Comer, thlt eounty. tte had Just bare front Virginia to visit hts and whlh tn wHh hb cousin wai tngagsd- ut a quarrel with John and Plat SoottwM so bully cut that hi Jotui Mclfeal was eon- of and a life scnterMe. ntebt Us bfotbar Pat made a MnfeHton that bad used the knife ct Sntt and did tbe kllUnr and that bmOet John WM innocent waM to serasajho young man's pardon. _ __ STnicvmt, IT. Y., September T. A from Lyons, Wayne Coonty, aayi UaUlarmn ate apfrebcnalve of the ton   at a small MH TtaniMwtk yw-, The artlUatmeo atadeadeteraB- taeH Testetsnec, but wen ovtrpowmfl Df thair Seoteta aalmMriesi. who pat tham to Utht and curled the village by attna, Tbt bhabUanUof the village tied to the where they mntlned anlll tbe In then retoiMd with ths aU of the larrmen startetl ta nireuit of afav ThqroTertoofc tbeaa treat the image, amlaflera J. tl 1 at ebort rib at ahtos si fiMM to DM fawHtoi _- NEWSPAPERflBCHIVI   

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