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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               REPRESENTATIVE QSINESS HOUSE8 OF DUNKIRK. AMK-W HULINO MACHINK tor ruling all kimteof is the latest audition u, hi MM hanical IX partmcnt of Uunkirkll'ntttinglOompan) LEXANDER S Coal anil Wood Yard, 79U Central Avenue, opposite Nickel ITate t All (Trades ot Hard and Sort Ooal, ll Tjiimhfr ShinKlcB and Lath Free torrMPon.lence for wholesale loU lolicited._________________________ r> K. OIFFORD, 223 anil 225 Central Are K. Artistic Photographer InBtantaneou. Photograph. oJ speciallj Sitter. need not wa t lor auiwhmo except ror ________ BOOK IBVINO, I'ro- pnctor, No !8 E Second street, near Uul lalo street, Dunkirk, N 1 Mil no, Pamphlets, etc bound in all atyli B Onleri- promptly attended to All work guaranteed BUBCHEK-S CBOCKEKV HOUSE, KM Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in and JomentK Cblna. Uliuwwaru, CHAUTAUUUA HOTEL, Hatea, per day LiTery and Boarding Stable in ronnortion Victor Uider, S.15 and iSl Lion utrcct. t MTV BABBEK SHOP j CIniB Naglt. Prop Under Lake Shore National Bank corner Center and Third streets A fine sto> k ol foreign and Domestic i stars _________ l ION SON, i.> CenU r slreet, Praefcal home Blioern. 1'artieular altentioi >'to inttrlenng Shoeing ol rouil trotting a specialty 1) UNKIKK KVKNING OBShBVEB I argeat Daily in the Connty An unaqualleil advertimng modium i .UNKIKK ENOINEEIUNG COMPANY formerly Sellew Manufacturers ol bnginca, Uoileri, Pulleys aualting Jlanifers. ell- Patterns, forcings cadtinge, and Machine Work to order 1XUNKIKK SHIKT MS. 205 and OT, tj Center olreet, MaautacttirorB ol tilt and "Dunkirk uttinj. blurta On sale in all leading furnixluug clothing and dry gooda houses in Dunkirk. I F. TOOMKV, 4J4 and I.ion utreet Dealer in t lour, teed, alt. Haled Hay, ph eU fcatablnlied, Iii77 l >K1K HOTKL. and inning saloon, Union FJ Depot access to ail trams anil bus mew houses. iiceommodaUiniB lor Com- mercial Travelers John J Murphy, Prop Hi HL.1CKS A CO., I VI autl (fi K Inirtl street. Kiuc turniture, Cabinet Ware and Op noUtermg Picture Frames made to order. 0. >IATTESON CO., 301 Central Ave Leaders ol ranhiunand Gentlemen Oututtcn I AUELI. 8TKAJH HBATINO CO.. anulactiircra ol Steam Heating Apparatus unitary Pliimbi ig a bpeoialt. Ll 01IK STEAM LAUSUKV Our specialties lline sJlurtB. luc, i olliira CillTB, 4c and Lace Curtains tree Dcliv try A W Cnramings, 2u7 Center atruei K. OEH.H. fc. rinrd at ol lilltTalo ufnc.nrer anil dealer in blioes 11 KNHV WBILU1C S NEW STOKB, Jfti K Ihiulbt. Hooka Slationerj, Mneical 1" andwceklj Fapors inil everjlhn g tertainmg toaflrat eluss bonk tore scliiKji Books a J OB I'KINTING of desciiption anil a h7itiK rates by Dunkirk. I'niitmg 8 and 10 b second St. HER SUXOL BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE AT BUFFALO YESTtRDAY. Comes Wlthlu S-4 of B Se  Ihe triu k was dry aud In good condition Thf judges an oounced that tbe horses would not go to the limit of thtu spied, but bt sent tobent215 'Ihiswun for the puiposi ol bunol a reeoid as a the best rccoid up to to day being i Hi Belle Utimlin was sent Hint and made the mile with tunning male in 53 'Jhe Palifornlan hlh Sunol wan them called uii J urning just above the dls tauce pole she got under headway and passed under the In full motion. She reai hid thi quarts r in dl% half ia 1 G or J1J-4 for tha To the three quarters uhi re the tiuck wan tin pooiest, she lost again reaching thr thud pole in 1 Al the IK lid of trie si red h th< runner w as mnt nig foi hoi but bc-foic he gotturmd aiound Suuol had passed linn and was awa} alii ul 'J he lunmrdld not catch htr until will down Ihi stieteh and when she heai d him on liei v, hi 11 Hie gal laut little male fit w cnwaid mil passed iindei Ihe wire in i 11 just seconds slower than lu r C ahh i ma Con sidering the tiuek and the fact I hat tin wind ou the stretch Hindu a dilTeunce ol H full swc ond, Sunol s j 11 fin main c ester day inure than qil ils I'lil wlmh lankecl her next to Un ol tinttei SLMMAHIl'J II I la e C 11! idi il li I 1 1 nt, Golden Rod second, Fairy Quean bird, time, 1 16 Fouith b furlongs Lady Pulslfer Serj-ott) first, Jack Pose second Alan Blaue third, time 1 Wyt Fifth race mile Amos A (Stephen) rat second, Black Diamond linil tuns, 1 10 pnrso S (nxi Slnmi ii olon Finn aljf (in Hem n tta M i ul lime Wt f 2 1% i Milllll S Liottlliji, 5 1 1 I 1 1 15 4 I 1 i o .'1, S] i nil He'll Hnrtilli Prim i Hi gi nt Pumlleo 'I nut 'Hi1-. 11 u 11 h i ui i him s I Ii il I ij loi Ai  i am O Ilallu M and i Al I HI 1 ins, Phi- MI_ '0014 n o n ll and l.iuimi ui n ii-.li uu Kli ti un 1 M i k Al Him I n u u i Hi i (I I) 0 0 0 II II (l I In i iI Hi H III i and 11 illinnli Al hn II 1 (I J n (1 0 0 (loi lanil II II II II 0 1 4 1 Hull..... U Sutilllri Nlltliiliul At CliMlinl Ii (I (1 Chi i .1 0 II il Ha lei n H 01 111 i hm-i n ind A i i mi f in h n it ll 0 (I 1 1 0 I ill i (lit) II (i 1 Ii tl U i 1) i >i i and Kn i i 1- I s II nil I al loll (I I'l l n a i Nenbuig'n Rowing Rvjmtta iN pn BI r N Y Aug the regatta the met j'esterday afternoon double cull ra( t s uere rowed In the heavy culls, OWIIIK to the large number of eu rits to tlio t veut, was rowed in hvats Benjamin aud Isaac Schroeder won the irst trul beut, Ijemnel bchroeder and JDIIICS ecks the second Schroder and Weeks won tlia final time 17m 47s In he lightweight double scull race, and h ni (the famous skateis) defeated the biothpis of lassy Point lo day single Hcull races will ba on the piograrn PuKlllntlo ST r ouis AUK fl Mooney accepts the piop isidonto h-Jit DocCounell before tlu Andnliim Allilein club New Orleans, Si pt H and attei wards meet tin whinei of the Boweu Carroll nght Sepl II) "N i w 01 K A ug 9 A spec lal from New Orleans sius Mint Mike Bodeu imd Felli qiiflin at the Columbia tic club on Aug 15 for a purse of TIED UP BY THE MIGHTS. THE NEW YORK CENTRAL ATTACKED AT THE NEW YORK END A Sigiml Did It j'housanJl of eiB Tin (trig: the Gtaoil No 1 ruins Hall PlaytirK Fined Pmsmri, Aug 9 a meeting of the diieetoiH of Mm Pittshtirg Players' 1 ar ue club 1 rl Morrifi bbe Ii ft banded pitther, was relented, and six is- it is said wei i) fined s aganii.t the players that they had tn dunking to excess were sustained Umpire BIcDermott Released IsMV ol K, Aug Byrne of the BrooklHi National olub yes ittceived a telegram from President Voiinf< of the Lsagni savlnc that Umpire M n 1 lam b U11L 1 I st Ihe UeMolutluii for the Rvmovar off Gen Gmut'i Remains Agreed to ION Aug 9 In the senate JISK nl ly iniiiniiiK the resolution offered Mi Plumb a lew d lys ago expressing tin tksiie of foi the lemoval of Ihc 11 in i us of l h ill usti ions soldier aud slatisrnin S diaiil to and the inter- im nl in thf N iLional cemeteiy, ami 11 questing tlu pit tjdent to couvey te tin ol that eminent man such disiu tiiulenngto her in behalf of the 11 it) m all iiccessuy facilities for such re mo% H! and inttJimeut was taken up and IIUKfll 10 I In coiuerence report on the sundry i i' ai piopi latlon bill was tli en taken up All (mi mini, one of the coufmees, smd th it tht rt of items in the icpmt did not meet with ha ap prinnl Int that them was no way by winch umliision could be reached except Uv eneh house, siniendering something ]li lalkd attention paiticulaily in regard tn Ilu time 01 toiu items for paymeut of an us of mil bounty to two and linn i us 'I lie making of nil limn 11 piopnutions was making the ilu p to p u m Mi i m in u tin tud the striking out of Hi-ins I u llie Cumins of deceased mem lieis ml >l ilu lull t lm f hlstioe Walte V ti >m tin pii'sident in lefer MIII lo ilistit uti >it settlers lu Ukl ill m i le id anil i U i red Mi fiuiii tin i i In ai y committee, n pi i ti d a si n ite ]omt n Dilution to ac ei pt h mi tin national encampnipntof the di mil of tin Iti public a statue aud pi ill si il of the late GUI diant, te be iiuteil in tliu capital pi in uled that the di of the statue and j. lestal shall le iipmovalof rhe joiut committee i n tin libi m and it w is passed Vdjouined until 10 a in 010011 0 0 II 0 0 0 _' II (I Ooiilall and Kvuii 0- 1 (I and KBCI-I nt IlitiJitiiii lienili Ri.trHKiN Hi sen Xug of s laces inlUm rirst iac( mile Kins Idlei flist, Woodhuiu second 1'lie Doctoi thud time, becond iaoe milt, Ossa fust Ciispm seiond Viitiu M t mil turn 1 10X 'Ihnd iiuc 1 s milis 1 Ii M lust Hlilis second KH him n 1 third linn 1 (l Bouith iiue I1, links Miss i 1} fitst, Itriiui Bom second, Cotillion tnud, time, 1 Fifth nice mile1 Dan bin colt fl it, (rUsguW second, Bajioi tlunl time 1 IT 4 s lace mile Gi ice fust Human second, 'Ihoindalo thud time, 1 IT lace h indirnp luuille laic 2 miles JteCliitstj (list liassiuno second, time i il j tinl Hyeitf ill  ne at the night session rll I lHK ou evllibitu uinalliuri h 1'HOIIK, B V 1 II llfc.4. >inesl Ioi mill Oil) W a irp C. JONES, 1. 751. Ihirdsu, cor TJecr Excelsior Meat Market Fresh, bait anil Smoked Meats, Lard, sausages. Oysters Poultry W ATCHKS, JKWBXBY, Bny the Aurora Kailroad Watch Third at. Kipamng a specialty Frank Stapf. Of K MOOREIS, Merchant Tailor, S16 Central Avenue first Rattei beconrl, Liule Minnie thud time 1 W{ fourth nice, milp second, Clay Mockton tlin 1 time 1 1CH llfth IV miles Ji nine Mcrmhiml flrnt Vuilunt becuu 1 Auomalj thud tuni J I ract %inili Mut> B lust sei second Lhuil t i u C liii blllll i IS insi i iee hi. 11.0 l: Ui-: iebteiil s inces re- mile Like milt Klla Ul ickburn beioud Annie llvl t if becoiui, tniiil time 1 lu sjeconil lact hrst 'Ihe K ii llmil time 1 lb 1 hud l ice I 1 H> nulls LongllJihr (list Bankrupt second Quot itiun thud rime 1 4t> lomth IHCP mill Gh iliu1' Mmduie atccMd 1 i n i i thn 1 1 3J iifthnce 1 mill Pimo lust L Miiigain tlnui time I -1 Tax ?sutimml Conveutlnii AII.C At a meeting last nvht of tin SID ihibanange n tuts imiili foi the fust national IOIIM t not sin, h at the Cm pi i I nun 1 Tweut} ib 11 si itis -nil) in, and about KXI ih u, itis will HSC.UI The ton- M-ntiinwill le coiiidiUiit itli the ar il il horn his totn from ill i I hi n mil he a gieat HI Itom in_ d mi isti itiou the and on "ii i to COI1 MI tin tin i ill U i mass meeting ol snule I implc On the tolloHing i Hi lt n BSS meetnig will be idiKsi ,j a diniiir will be isl nl at which leading pt k is ol the countiy will be but llm r itt Mall Out of Netv York Cetiliul I mini! Moving in bpots on tho Hudson Ultei DlTlslon. NHW YUKK Aug 9 The strike of the n Ihe Yoik Cci ti il and Hu Ifnn HUM i iiilioad wa-s b( it 7 30 IK k Ii t cvi'niiiK atmiii has left thi rt( i t i-Mond stieet smcf tlut hi n If ii nnd diinn hotel istmwdpd wlih ji K'ID i tpoi led to leave thf citi anil i d passive foi vanous points At H n o L! k a man IPHL! e 1 11 n h( ol i 1 i iiuiiiiiiiil that the aiul mm i mploMid 11 i mining an meom ingtium ui 11 i toll tiltir posts in the tun nel nt I ui sticct ami lift tho tiinn -.Lain m0 Lhore lie asuelt ay t hi iHli t piis n i s had fo t i ut nnil m ike i i Forty second siieit on I lot 01 bj hoi c eiu No iiunhna lift the Grand Contial do pot since p ui It IH n ported t hat I lu 'loi an I tin Vf i N u n i ia Is Hie lied up an ucll as th Ni u i uiL l vi irrfl wo p s1- Hums weic rifeileil tholi etevss in thi tin nol nt F _hty sixth atri t V st u i 11 ntiiHnn ibotit thi di not I ill I i h I a sp elal train would be t rf 1 o it of the Grand C i lal d( pot Mlui tl5 nil that fell" sinkers wot 1 d i r iuk t ii in i i n u I it IM piling irf Piasi dent vVibbut thw loik Ceutiul lail road said that the sti Ike exten led ouly to Albany Tnose men who had gone out fiom the service of the company, Mr Webb said would be piomptly discharged in the nioinlrig, while those "who had re m lined true to their trusts would be pro rected and taken care of as would all who came to woik. foi the com puny Good men would be taken on aa fawt as they were needed The VH e with great eraphasla that he would fight the stiikers to the blttei end He had tr seen and knew nothing whatever about the new demands for a minimum dav's wages of 50 and an increase of 15 paj. month foi itation agruts These demands also comprise a pio vision for the wages of the yardmen at Troy and Green Island on the hauls of the wages paid the sftme olnss of labor at SchneLtady and East Albany Firemen on six wheel engines must it calve cents a mile and engineeis on the same 4 On four wheel Jengmes the en gmeera must be paid cents a mile and theii niemeu 2 cents for the same dls tance Mr Webb stated that the fast mail hud pulled out at M p m with four mail cars, but 110 passenger coaches weie attached to it He also said that no mpt would be made to run any trains dining th? night Ihe opening up of the are it of trade would ba begun to day Ic is announced that Vice Piebldent Webb will give out for publication an official statement of the load s position in the pioseiit -n No one seems to kuow how the stuke w as oideied or who the signal to strike J 1 Holland a member of thei xecutive board (f of T iibor denied that he had oideiei it, or knew that a sti ike had been oideied, when seen bj a United Piesa re- poiteiatS o'clock last night llie rail road officials in the CR'led upon Acting bupeilatendent Bjines of the Metiopolltun police force foi protection In compliance with this request the re sen ed in all pi (cl nets on the (list side be low Fortv second street been oideied held iu leadiuessfi i Foity second stieet to on theeast Hidtt, and en the west side fiom Johns pal k to Vonkers the police are on duty guaidlnp; the tracks and the propel ty of the railroad oornpanj The Twcnt} thud sub piecinct police giiaidcd the depot, issisted hs the police of the boat p Hi ol and Inspector rnis I detoct n watclu d the switches and sic; nals along the road to Youkcis Detec tms were aKo stnl to protect the snitch house at Foity stieet and Fouith At a late hour last night Vice President ebb stated that in theynrdsof theRi ind Cent! al depot, at sicond stieet at Filty sixth sti eel ami West All) in} theie about men out They weie all switdinun iheie was no tiouble with the engineers 01 hiemeu Between midnight anil daylight he in tended lo put on men and clear the tiacks of ,i few stray ears and set ready to inn out trains after 7 o clock Mi W ebb slated tli it outside of local short distance tiums there were fourteen tiams that ought to h i cleft the station between 7 o clock mil midnight Only one-of these fast that carried no pnsseugeib Mi Webb le iteiatcd his statement that the compiny woillsuielj lime tin us moung m the mot mug At 11 JO Mr Hollindwns seen and ra pen ted tin statement he pieviouslj made that he had not oideied the stiiki He said the head of tho local duision Knights ot I abor liilKht 1) le it Hen ill re main in the tilj foi hi ftw il Sexual of the st on the nnattei hi i i than to tli it it (ram Third Ylrjs Projident Wobb, s that road wlU Sffht the strike and unless the men return this monnng they will be dropped and tkeir places tilled The trains are so far about four hours, but before moimng will be later 1 sent Mr Webb's message to every station and we will abide the resul t" loa question as to whether the road was piepaied, Mi Bissell dcilm i to an awei, but miimated that the stukc had come quicker than t xpei ted the leporter was talking a detective came in and leported that the noith express and mall ti un which left N'ew Yoik it -I !0 in the afternoon and Albany at Ml p m two honis late was stalled within the city limits 1 he platfoim w is swmuulwith men w ho w onlcl appl) thnii biakiseach turn th it the f ngineei took th ni off The w is threateiued but at his post I he bo rlock train out of New Yoik at lived heie at 10 o'l lot k and stalled wtst with a police guaid to tiy and t leal tht pi il turns of tho mall train Later Mi Hiss 11 told the repoiler that it lonkedasitthi mad al least from Alhanv to Bnltalo be enLnelv ci ised bj mom lug to give his veisioi of the sti ike he nan! ihe men t no inono> une The stiikt is siniplv In fmtl out if the} em dietare to us ho'n wa shnll hue or dnchai0'e i mse tlnect w as t he dlschaixc ot siveial lab n aglta toi4 bt longing to tins mil who weie c iusin.j liouble on thn hue in ten 1 to do i ui own business 1 he depots w( re tilled with people and mani aftet fin llug no tiams left foi hotels 01 homes 'Ihe btnke has not as jet t d to the West Shore and ofifi cnls say il will not Laboi men seen say that n the load does not sutiumb the ist Shore men will be oidmed out At 10 15 the 4 >0 trail fiom New Yoik' which was stalled at Van slieet, was started w th the aid of the helpei but the t n_'ineei and iheman of the latter weie bullj stoned the cab windows being bioken llie fast txpiiss which leaves >iew i oik (ity at H o clock and is due heie at (l "HI and which ai i d here in two sections, c'hl uot git in until U 15 Ihe oideis were to iiishtlns tiam thiough even if no othns weie stilted out At U 4r> tins moimng the tram started w ith thipe engines, and consisted of two cam, two passengt i coaches and ten slet nt is 1 he (5 30 oni of Yoik aimed ll out U JO a m autl did not ht rt) at all tht! maj >rlty of liei passengers being taken by the fast exptess Ihc tiught dtpaitment i west is at a pt i f 111 standstill, tin it being no less lh in fnc long fipight tiams stalltd at the fieiLjit Between heieand Scliuec there aie about six fieight tiams 1 he ilepc t is guarded bj police and de tecliusanda posse of police are watih ing Ihi he0 No trams fiom the west were expet ted through last Dight The lenth battalion N (T S N Y, been oidore 1 to be in readiness to le spoilt! to a eall and tlune is an extra loico ol polioe it i for any emergencv 'I lonble. Is expected at the West Albany to daj w hen the men go to woik FROM OVER TIIK MiA. ARMY CIRCLES DECIDEDLY ALARMED AT THE MUTINY AT CHATHAM Iho Yuid fio Out at Ultra. I I Aug M Lii ind ubnut the Utt< n Bttitt 11 uul inN of the uiti il mad about 150 IUHH uc intplmel 1 lie yard men o it it H lri o  luuil gneuintt, but bemuse tliM aif Kui'hts of Laboi 1 lit- Kem hen R  ai in L IK i e Six meu e left tht n up to 1 >0 i in So fin as ki ow u tin st nke lias not cted in the j aids at East Hoihesier The SnlrileiK ISot Only to Pitiaile, But ISaiifcadfU in u Sture- faoune and IlufukO ttliiff- leadtis are Put In Rigoiona (onfine- nil IT Still Hold Ing Foi elfin LONDON Aug Dcnded alaim has been caused In the cncles by the mutiny of the gui rnon at Clint ham In this case a number of nun belonging to the Rimy hfivice corps refused to pa rade not, howevtr on (lie giuuud of any complaint against their commissioned officeis but Hilling that tho non com missioned ofliteiw imposed modlrss aiul vexatious tasks, witliout uuthoiity from their superiors The mutineers went fuithei than the Second battalion of GreaadUMs who were guilty of nothing moie than disobedience of or deisand ho when pnisonally appealed to obeyed tho summons of tbeii T lie sol theib at C hut hum uol only let lined to p i- rade, but bail leaded themseheb in a stoie house and Attempted to leuit-t ai j tftt A founidnbla foice was at once niaulnd to the spot houever, and bloodshed laould hme followed had nnt the muti been cmiawed into suituulu The ringlendi is were put into confinement and pi coin 1 mai tmli d and sentenced to irnpiUniitmnf foi i month Is u pnhht fee ling that faoniHthmtf is lolten m uimy click's, h clem mst-rationi appear m sary to obtain a lednss ol (finnaucfs as the army i ules uoiuitially nftoid oppot tnnity foi a lieiiiiUK ID ultimate way L he pi ivate noldiois claim, 11, that any soldier who would dale accuse his Biiperloia, u invited to do so at llie leguliu inspection, would be subiected to pciseoMtion if no! to puuNhmcnL Public sentiment strongly demands nsiKmitiou as (omrmindtii in (hitl of tho Duke of CyHinbndge uncle to th< queen, as uttoily imap K it ited to di tt! mod  R nilliu nt  he had i vc i 10 Mi deoi itaclni (d his belli t liat iniptti ml f P 1< m dt ud arid xpiessed Ins belie t th it colon nil t d( liition w is w HI Appalling Numhoi of SiiltdlrH Of late I In n ii is been HII ipimlling unilx i of KIIK id s nn if HA tin Id ir 11 111 et A la i i i i i nl M ol t h s< elf muidpis huu f iLt n ue am chool lnltlieu us th i esult if 11 tudy, failuie to t xninin Mioiis and mill HI (aust s and it is I that hool him IK M 1 IM d as a me t us of ss( unit, I In suit id i! 11 itdi in Cut tit diM is i i _ n_ with d s i oils ftei t 111 11 i s f Russia nd a st i ut fjiiai an tine ot iliosc 11 m jcing obst i No Stifke ut Auburn Ai nil N Aug Q-Jheieaie nontnkera on the Ni w "S n k C enti al hcie A ti am ni iti s id 1 ist nuhr that he had heniri in Koclustti ilutt i i 1 rs loi a stiiku had been issued but bt tweeii Syi i use and Roehcstci he I ad not seen a man had an oidi i to out THE MARKETS 01 k MoiK'y Mm kef Ni w OIIK A it 5 pet cent jcsl 9 tlaj Inchest i u j vviui M m t i ilcofUi 8 p i 1 1 nl I i ICM mi in b manslaiiahtei nits td on n VII 1 !m ig i Viiliumt.il and 1 >i wan LI ts issued b) i n i n UK Us, r nil Di 1 l Inwle was t i u e of eulpable negll t W bill to appeal be 11 inti i Mewed III I to t Ik fill tllPl i I pu to be the n is ei tl it the ia 1 seen foi some biggest hi I people in the k. years A rurnor th it tin mi n 11 id gone out on the 1 aki shi IP r nl i id could in t there had Shore I i ti ick dm in Loins t Xj. i Ihe imnli i fieigl i Is i cei i 1 ti t inn i htul 1 cen i cii i Ilu Niwl ro il leti the d 11134! 1 oa si theie w is no sign Shoie n ul AT OTHER is lai I t isn n uli the Wist 1 o i I his Xevr Fioduce Kx  uthetn floui t hmcd quiet inwU ml tw nllj iXHus SfKKVMT) "Vi H! AT <1i tions opened lower but did not i rnnounced ikness There little disposition to limit specula' tors Kcneiallj p ibluatinn of tli< ciop oit Is oxpec-tec lull 1o 1 llie 1 1 wus Spot lots ikei Sprit silo- ofNn red winter tfk du t4c ied winter  coin plied w tth. The> are Vegetable, iiul acvcr fail Co eive satisfaction Sugar coated. boxed, oo D tain in g 30 Fills. i5 cents Bewnro ol coun tt rfeite and imitations. The genuine umnu lMttre3 only bv JOUN C. WBSI CO Sold BOE'S Pharmacy, Uuukirk, J  ins uit} cauaed by sick Freight litimcat MLan i Sliiilotill Troops cil Out ALBANY Aiu --vm General Stmeriuun ic-iit 11 it tbe TJniou u st Mm police m n guar ed the loot and t Pit back aeirm I of looking uitii uuU to see the chiei of flic nil lo n C uited lepnHcr Mv slid The fust intnn tnn of the sTu1-j 7 o c ock whe i l h men left f u y ml and the loc il Trov n 'ins were stopped, for mt o! biak i IhttbtiUt I found exti ndcO thf t li'men, auu some of the train uiea t t iioue ol tie condut toib or We have received a message N .i mixet ittne and i i mm 1 A iu an 1 0 V 1 Opt n us w mo mi, 1 Ion i Si i 1 t SI Nl 1 Mil l 1 in xc I 17 N( dii -I I -'uijt Hi k 1 Ul K U ill mess si i I U.I) fl -ul fullh s IIL ff t4Tib 4S Get N I T HI I THI u il sti h oislein 18 t in to l'i i-i" t HI I 'si I) ill In Hi NI w ehed Uai tfiC wi we Itlliltil u li je KiO1- I il lul lush i ulein li j ii t >-i i n do ilo 1 c C aniuliu dod) Mb _________ Mutlalo J'rovuiion ket Kt I- K u o Aug 9 offerings f the grades mostl N) J iiilwiuLui No 2 amber 1 il t LOUN No I do i. O AT s-L No mixe and easj .l( No Jjehovv Nu riM ttled i white d 4 f on trarJe. I spr wheat best paten lioi bbl ii nnil low uiailu S V, inter family, WXajo ifl BU11CR -Creamery fancy, choiee do western, fancy CHEESE-Fanoy full cream per Ib., choice do, good do, V AN ATTRACTIVE SHOW. 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