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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               HEP R ESENTA TTVE B QSINESS OF DLTJKIHK. AMBW KULtXO MACIIINF lor ruling all kimts of blanks U the latest a iiiiti" t hi Mi i aaninal piirtinent of i LEXASOKIC "JGoil uril Wood Yard, I A Central nnoiilc Nic-kel I'lau ijpot All srniiles of Hani anil Sod Coiil WJodJ Lumbei. Hi ins "t .in I th Krc( loliv orrrapnn !'LI tor "lolomli .1 mllciteil. '1HE Ml MKIKK. NO SIGN OF ABATEMENT OF CENTRAL'S TROUBLES THE D R- 221 anil ISA Central Avc D. Artistic Photographer InBtuntunf >u Pftotographs oi IJubieB a spicuilty Silt r need not wn.l (or itioy babies. JAMKS Iiivtset Ir. prietor. No Id E S( e on 1 direct nt u I uf lalo Btreet, Dunkirk. N M iic, Pamphh tn, etc boun in ill -iiv !i onl prmlipU) luicndc I to All work guaranteed ptTKCHKIt uufllct Htttvvcf n si i i I, nn inil at byratnHC Fhw Sltuat It um Mi e I'D mill-lit Wobh RufU to Snbinll Hi. to Miiuti Hill sympathy nl t I verythm" in and l ml d wilH V, On ere not stailrd out, being 01 al irul the Pepksl ill KL aioillid n 'i Ijtlli t an I i I dei ly of t IIP 1 1 mis i an only on sll the x 4U (i ooi'ini in rtliith WHS lo start Phfli Illinois II, tt Hie Uiot oiiliJ comu to far the en iHK toniuiiH a KOGKEKV HOU1F, KJtH cutral venue Wholesale anil ict.nl dealer (omesltt China. GliiBswart, n Iff p >iu d tii I (J Livery an I Ilo i HOTKI., tCH, tl pu diiy IH K SUthll n m i tun V K tor Ui Ii and rf-17 I ion stici t ilTY IIVKllh.1. SllOI' Chan NJIL.II I I n ler I ake M rc Nali, n Oenu-r un 1 I h i 1 blreelK Potmen and DOT u stu l g ra A fine htoi )v of I o )tu tin I is v ihi HI I )f n si IIPI, but giniPIs h i v, m idu no u iti Ik, (irriprdl M r IV, ICPV .tml u nuinbei of his i MS! nits Ii c i Ii d l U KID U10v lug of In l I 1J llli I j I be comp mv 11 nm III ill ij I, m ir( i ived a vaulted b> ilu stnki is md th it a huge uilmbii of the placi s have .ilu uly en tillt-d bj ixppiltuiid railroHd UK n A CiniilAr lo the Vlei I'l in We lib IMS _ivcu (he fol low luy ell ulai lo I he pi ss lh( in i ot 11 o eo np j> in thin We will si I t our own ni, u andwi do n, t pro 'Im II' I" (U sun ill i I, lh Kii.lils ot labor iseomnilli s Aim 'Jriion liotel He was questioned about the rumored ntrilcu on the Now Jersey roarin und thiit he had not oidpmj It the rnrn ovn bhore could go tint with onl orricis from htm He would neither affiim nor deny anything relative to the rnnioi AtlOoelnckJ J Hollanid Hins iniioiinccil thataffilrx hurl taken inch sli pel hut they woulrt not st.irt for Ui tioit n pn sxnt I in nun Dniert Thulr A lati i dispatch says militia Imve con trol of ilu i uds an-J thutrains will arnre lu Nf" oik this afternoon At Ho clock at the I mil 1 I nion hotel it YTM, reported Hint tin 01 dei UHS given foi the fiiemen to Koont it miduuht Several of them lime nlri uly left then enxmcs Mi i hb it thu aboMi hour denied all knowli 'go ol the firemen sinking He the eomp uiy trill rnave at St Johns puk in the mouilng A large poliu- will be ou haud to ensurs freight tram to-day If the} do there is doubt but that the rnllHla will be ordered out foter of IO.NK1 Si s hor- to iiitirri lr ttniK i Si I i sin tl siidrn I trt i uliu uttcn iK nn cs i Hpt  An untqil itli (1 advertlHlilg mi iluun mirlnighl 1 000 policemen weieBtarted from He n ions To xiiiird the lailioad fMiks of the Nesv York Central flOlll D IVM-l to -i jnkus At lOodoik in i n in v it is proponed tostaiLtlu U ht fielgnt tlam over that road THE SITUATION AT SYRACUSE Jiarr.w K.cap. from a ConHI, t the itrlkern and FAST briui t sn N Y, 11 first trnlu Htslltd hcic MUniuav w is a fraiglit that CIIMII the iioa.il, taking lieie bvini ise j isseiupt tri K Vo' 1, wbuli is thi riack f'n e mt bom d pis sender trill ux Amnliei tiain I illov ed m about an hour on th, same tiaelv PassenKei tram N, ,'8 which in due here at 10 25 p m fiom the c lit aniipcl at midnight, uith llnee pass r' it wan held (U the MM icm Aucilm passe u gei tiain th n us s i, to h iv, I 1 1 1 Hp Ht Alban n i ,i hen nhnui hilt in afurw h I md ed hv the hist mud ii ii il ed to ni kc the i k in the nn I foi ei-tlnnid lr u fn mill tiinns At V mull FREIGHT BLOCKED AT ALBANY Al 1 llilcnsB ll Kd lid of thf Ini (HMtnt mid tluiho least in ait iid L) COHf'ANV F .rui K Sollevvi Hirers of r ngnii t, Iloilcr Ilu iKtrw. e ruin Mm hin eti 1'atU.nirt, t W  inlcs iiioniiil Ii he Kim his ol I ,i A ilu UK n vvillal vijs h, Knen to lel Uh f ivi ili, h, i ]m. I pol luti ul, u 11 Im thi q iHblii in ,ns of Ihe 111, u f, I tl [i! i iMiiliivv inleviniees pioppi orti- eois wid hi will B-, t Mant h ml IK ami sic thai c nntlt i i ,1 ion IH MV ll bit t will not allow oiilsldtist, ntnvinc i lo intei fcie bu t xenlhi iiinil nu ami I'M II s i ilrn, I ln Mr Holl.inil lo ill-t is nm ,s lo iviclhilui i llu Us men and nol loi iherunoi -i.n, l t t oi rimploves heii.K niciubi isef Uh i nl n I IID-I incmj views Hill I inn Ihil HKV n oi un d In ,11 I u, 10, u n ,v "II ni I il lulls I I dun tolsnnd lu Ih tl toil l uininjf saloon, Unioi esH to ill ti in ti and lj in KIK HOJI'-l. iJej nt I1 any ic'j-is Iiourite llest ac( oinniodauoiiH lor Coin r rent! fiaveleia luiin I MurpliN, I'-op hm.i.Ks A (o, I 11 un I 19 L. tlnrj rttrpct. rine r iirrilurc. Cabinet W ,in nul Up cioNter.iig 1'ieliirc tniulcn rnaile to onlcr M Alii'SON CO., Jen entral Avc terii ol t ishion in 1 IjrC'itie ocn Oiillllu rb AKKI.I 8TKAM CO L1 O Ii, sli I I I VVI 1 I I, M tillv f till ll l Im.; kllljl I ity filth su i I In IH itlfjliui Itis I mn lilli snt Bent, i ijin, i 'V l 11 v (i 11 11 t coulI I m I iu l 1 lltlllls I, N' lOei ,K i! tin bull I and III KJIlIll II It III 1 1 l Ii it hi was n i nh biimc il thi n h ill ou nul Ik Mi i Imir nl U annl ii lurorri Steam anlUir> I'hiniliin Mb ,n n n, 1 Spl Apimiiitii t'tj l_j (Mil! hlEVll LllTSDKi Oil. siKHjltlm Fine blilltH, 1IH, I ollaiH I. ulTi, le, an 1 1 aci CnitaniB liv iv A 207 Ccutoi eitii el K fc Jtnnl si cor of liiifl Uo i; c unr mil ilcilcr in t me lioota Atelioca i mi, 11 n at U, f null vv 11, I ll r ell s i I m -u M( I kl I iss ml i Mi i Mi 1 i u I the sttikors I I u I ivc-inn i 11 I IIP sn ki is n n i of ilium I I ht summon Ol ill i iv il Irom i mil a l mini a m thp iilui noon m n 1 oi Ij m i dill) knights   I ir all Paper r i nt Oils, a, J w A. tenter strocl, Manulacu ler'in Iddaltr in IJ 'lies. Col! irs, -Buffalo Kobi a ill_5flCovers gloves MitU-niiiudSlciEh L) SCHOL.TL> 17 r awt 'Ihird street t uruonable Tailor Identic men will Hud it te (ncirititvanbiKi Uxjillounn IK (ore imreliiiblne e where s ii. x cu, i- Lion street, eTe.iiral irp Loud.Olls P initir il (me- Oil Clothb (trur.ite Waio A sneeia. I, fShervunW lutno 1'a utand Monrocningo su h is ink bouks, ItiUcri.an It ill kinds ol hlinksdoouat Oimkirk I'liiiuntc b and 111 L second st. MOLUfcXHAUEK, Iv i or Ihinl and Uufl-ilobiA. Diilerii, Marble t nggrng am iiui inii. MOIH Call on me lefoie bimn s- KISI.EV A CO., 7 and j Front stieoL Whiskj.Winos BruidiCB al Liquui btoru lor b mulj ejae ROBERT VKAT, Lion -trctt, near tne Jiolnhng, salt, teed ami Luerv stable staoling bj Uicdij or week on reasonable lorius. J OlttOKD, 301 oeneni 1 neiir met! and Heal Esuli tire, .Lift, Ytuilent, anil Live t-u Promp' attention eivan to buvms unit sell.ng Utal t ?tutc 1 DrfUS S M UK V 1 II rinestliqu i-, 1n nuil i Ocer txeeUior Meat Market Freeh sill Meats, Lai I, Poultry ou exhiLitiou 1 1 tl- mini ]iuiposts i i iall% Bll) the Aurora KailriMa Impairing a Frant stapj, iu K Third s- M. >IOCKEK, Mercuaui I nlor 311 Lenlnl .1 ven l REWARD] WE will pay the above reward ior unj oi Livar Complaint, sick lieauttcii indigestion, or Costiveneas l-cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver .Pilla, irtien cue liirectioub are strictly complied viith iiey arc purely Vegetable, iiiii never iail te ve satisfaction bugur boated. Large boxes M fills, 25 cents. Beware ol coun rfeite. and Tne genuine maim jsureaonly bv JoilN C CO So'd r MOVKOE s I'narmacj, Dunkirk, S. Y. thi'si il v i (euiM i m unions 1, In i Hit i nil hat UIHJ could not bi 1 ai m il A lesolulion vas id pted b> the sti ike is tliKtikinii thepiissot iht loiintn foi (ho tan nmmiHi in win, h they had Heated stnki s Ml fas- nicpi ti mis on l hi Wpst Shore "tie -luitid out ah, ut hall nti hoiti In hind th s, h dull Inm Inc, mi u tiims weie 'Iplnnl iboiu tne sunn of time bj insnfliiipii e i suite h opei it iis MMH .ion, Sliikn Onh 101 ut id ul Ihp 1UO men pinploved in v ids Imve sti ui k lim y ids aie iiekiieil bv kinis'hib who aie dis (iinaKiix iiuv one from making ippll entious fer sittiatiDiis No attempt: was mad, 10 dispatch 01 make up Men on Hand AHK situation hora K le senous evei} minute, and quiptncsB which pervades ioiv l In nn n and at the railroad yards is vi, vvod with aluua by the laihoad jffic aU At West Albany not a man was visibli but rhe J 000 cars laden with mer- eh uidisB wi re still, and the tracks already to iunt The yaid is guarded by Pmki i Ion men who watch the oil ttnns aud lumber piles very closuly M'h it few men of tlie Knights of could b sun, weie almost jubilant and jet would not siy why Dmtrict Master Lie left the city and it is said has to Dewitt, Y, to quiet the not tele traphcd from there No Fi eight Allowed to More. Seeietmy Pioutlty said when asked about the process made 'The strike is jet in Us irilaney and its extent and powei if i in di m in Is aie nol Tin t will surpnue people llu n pu are lemaminK quietly avviv liom tlm yards aud will avoid tKublpil possible "W p aie not inteifer IUL-I ti.nns and shall not atreinpl t s op them but the road must nol attempt lo move a pound of freight 01 Hit n v ill be tumble ipi i mli ml, ut Bissell said when inter vievvo 1 f, (UL KOod time with on r tiains and aie satisfied tn I he v vv ill lip on schedule tune today I IIP ion I will not iitempr lo move any II mis I In but on J iiuicjay may make iiliinii W in n rhat attempt is made we sh ill bi vvi II piotected I'lnkiitoii Mi n on Guaicl 'Ihat he lailnnd peojile aie greatlj aim UK el ispvidonl liom tlm fact that (90 J'mki lion men Nit heie and Robeit Pink cilou hnus is m command Each man is HI mid mil thf r ,111 spread out ovei the 11   aftei n ion and an ad ssiii 1 to the stiikpis It leads D A 147 s> m pat with m Ihe snuation that to run to i tens, n P tru k trai ib i i i a I hi with I lie ivio a-bojt i tO !0 5 titttu nl f n i p IKB car an 1 well tilled md s cm, also well fill, 1 ,1 ciise on tiaik Vi v i irh is luUn ,1 ill for t, s It vv is pc mllli topntti tue yntd ind al the si i )n to tntk No 1 Aim win ton Us wi l-ii i few u inn 11 n roads, some of ih twtee on HOOOUDL of th- NO 150 tiaius being handled tTHPI'fPX ,-trtls goms to TvilAlv goinn' Ibe I.ake Short, broiig it in tin s ti nns of twenty nine cars, all of h ttrie ti i s feired lo the Went bh le lip Mi Central bi ought in tnu cars of win h ten were Ii HI t i onlml 10 s ami foin to the Fin lh M 1 il ie t in thinein caiavvli 1 n i t isl ovei (he Uis! -.hole The Oiil.r. ,1 to bp U, By oidd ol l, ii i, i umim in him tit 1 ,blh In mil, ihe LORD SALISBURY MADE THE BUTT OF LIBERAL RIDICULE AN ATTRACTIVE in also on t r >ni I moi p IK vi HI oidinai v is now de I a in, ill SS W IS as J) .lh Yi (bout anothi r p i-.ii MI. 2 i imc from th b< i sisted ol two I Central emi n t a id si v ti P ISM ILIJIU GiihiUud jj tin, ainitl With the aid of the military it went en Its way, as did .ilso a thud tuiin fion Syracuse on the same tiaek cunxmnig n two bagrfiige rais I wo ordinary em s em four vestibulas, all well filled A foui I train on the same traik from th woht consisted of vistibuled coaches only two of vvhuh wi i a unit half hllci with passengeis It w (s held hsie 'J IIPSI trains came m Hf ml -i vals of a few mm utes The first freight riaiu that rama here Satuniaj nuh Iron ,hc Aub u road ovei track No 1 was moved theeseoitof the rnlitaiv eustwaid nt) the freight 3 aid ittfi the mail anl tl passdiger trains h.i 1 east in thu morning, ami It is sidetracked AStluuifUBBtweeii StukeiH and Soldiers. It was tho moving of thn tram that a simple t, ok phree hi I vv 11 u soldiers ind stnkcis he othei Inuht tram still rumaincd on trick No 1 thouith at some distance west ol itsposium sjt uidav night blocking hei istbonn 1 u u k asihetinin of vibtibul" cais blocks thi) westbound tracks A ooal tran thflt i Pinned lie re fiom Lyo.is at I o'clock v sludav iltpmooi was uot permitted to inlet ihevaid It stands on one of the lienjit hacks westot the entiunce to the jut i Jmriow I .cape nom Bloodshed At the moving of the freight timu uiidpi the unlit uy iscoit th n Has escape from bi ludsln-d the stiikfr" II tiain mill hold moimnt llii! lo noun l i lip tv ill he nblp to i nn 111 ii d vvilhiM hall in 'Ii l that nn no i ,11 ih, iriiltlm m H f n t is t h i t I 111 i LIU! 1 1 f lii r i iy itnhp 1 hi i I Ktlu ell 111 tilt Hi ,11 ii- "1 till, M y In 1 I i sir in (n I'M P 11 nm v nut; I n o I II V I nti st n il I'd HI nl i I In VIM I n n HI I n k u d i i i (.mjil n s n th uol mluid to le AT POUGHKFEPSIF KiiKllslimon funking for tiirtlpiitIons of a Coming Political Stoi m lluoh An- rii u by t7ie flu 11 inn il stiike III bv a In thousand Opemtlvei mlisml from Ponder Factory. JoNim, Atig 11-The recent sudden nndpr the most eheeilesspo liticiil comlitioiis of lord SalUbuij la the lole of a political Mtik laplev so Htleili. iincviieclBd as to have not only provoked inoverent hilarity in the Ulv hut it has actually distmbed Ihe ppidiunl self-sufficiency of that bul- wark of Iheie wnisnmellniiBv.iy extiaoidiuaiy in spectacle ot a pneat minlstei, standing at the heiul ol u goveinmenl which had aftei tune dstejtdd In Its piepOMiU toi domostu legislation- m a pailmmtnt continued hj its fPArtisans pioclaimimrto ac5 DK al woild bmsuprame sallsluMon with the condition cf toieun uffans SB unusual was the action that alieadj all iwannet of patiiohc English men aie aniiouslj scanmns the political for those- storm indications which then minister tdls them uowhele sxist If i Ijoy aie looking for slRtii of a of Hittish piflkliKe tuidei oouseivative pollt- onl iiuspiraa, tihi plafn outjjivmirs of 1 lend) would sewn to mdi-   dress forms for bles, 25 Coal h ids, 24 and 35c Chair seiiu, square niui all shapes, 10 Laigestiong delivery wagons. Window screens, spring sides, IK it inch h Hi 11 men tl skill (o umu on i vli u H (v I in 1 ul in o do I In i in v ic II, 1 i, >c t i di t nee 1 ilu ive II ih ins will be put 10 noik. ''il s iu ,s to 1 iv I IP "L i il in evin nl rh( Piipitlj 1 i ibis IM horn vio no do, tn h sttl n pi iced on eie ftotn (oil shiid bin V VM P I tl (i I" wi tk and i 1'icks.lnll on Afilea com pel led lo emu into so ortiemaly par ilai m Its evasions of rieh lights HS Htnapeel uf diplomatic amrninM to a suiiendei of JlIIsli pntunHious ,ind such pielciisioas vveii d bj a hist oliuw mlhlaiy and naval povvei ft bus aUo beuOMp known t lut in the a quasi (lor man 11 "i fo, thelf use HI lolheesl iblishmentof H Ilillisli Jl" "1'ivci and Milsont luvi ibhiluul huili (oiidssionsas lorn ike il piobib.e (hut fntiiic of til ,n VMM moio eieallv 1 Pi i nib than by uny ot hel POHU in pm 'I 1 ll I ll Mil s slmilai uu if', nis timt In nlini  Joung Indv anl tj pt'-vv iitei ciin ot> "Vaph.vulies'100 Moids ,n fminslicl Inquu, ut VhiH by theso and Icfl BnKlanU poliliiil evenlsvMtha S75.0II 10 A can be made 11 1 m i il s in 1 m h cks i H MVll ll s h( I, Mill I II I 111 I, II ,KPI] H Lint ,1 J s dav oiiiieiiitsMiiiriiistnii loom minds it mnaiis iiilin a complete vietoiy or a tunl dun i of >our magnihoent D A 117 pledge then uu swcivmir and unstinted s ippott aud as until the end We you to a nuiiou iu an i iiiov, mem th vv is IPS sted bv Ihr stuking i nli, llieu and ac ill is mi Hi loi tin miliiias piotettion VI OIK I ni( .itonflicl si, rued imminent Depuu shcnfT ul his rsveher at OLB time pointmir into thi face of astukei and foiu 01 five of the soldiers nerp by about tlnitv Of the stukeis who piessed them qnaiteis so close ihat thev coi Id use then Ihe finins veil ftnallv up into tin j nd uu lei tection of the state soldi, i TiaiiiM Ovei est Shoie. Aug 11 An into nol ind dptei iniuvd Lpt no las j wele made about T odwk vostonHv af f 1 nikiiton cut-thioats jjoad n mo is to atij aets ot violanoe n ilu VDIII memhirs vteiiken, aceoidinf, to tin llneil ot Piesiddit Webb you will teeeive no consideialion Hopes tlie Hun Will Win Goveiuoi Hill v> us asked last night if he I att in tin aftoinoon i irf Snuirm Bv i nis issued m to police (.dp, uns ictraidmx th, pi n nn; of Iheir (oinmands An attcinpt mil m idi bv ihp Nivv Voik finttal to i un ticisfht tiams this rnoinin; and thi iiidiu boih ol Ihe poliii will I s (itiomd in the vl uunv ill fin nl which is con  ul bin b il h lateuidnis to our About 730 o clock n wits iiimeied th it strike ha 1 bieii oideied ou evuvroid unuincout of New or leisei Citv Wliou usked about this .Mr Holland would iirilhei 01 afhim the iiiiuor Tho on the Bistrict Mostor Woikmati i, J Lee said tbut ha ariivp.j fiom Ubiru fsr the of taking cluiiKeof aftans and his headquarters ut the Giaud militia to aitme.isi of an emeiKcncy if he would his views upon the stiike, he deulined to talk but intimated that the men would not be mnltstid bv milniarn kss 111 caso of not Jle hoped the man would obtain then lights 1 URinceis anil I liemon to Strike. At Ijst Ihe road authorities are con fionted with i bu pioblcm All the em pluses em llu (inlial loads aie ready to assist tm snikpis At 4 o'clock yesleidaj aftciiuDii tl e sinkpis held a sscist coo fiuiuiai vvlnih ispieseutcd Divl stuns (l Lo mmtUH fiiemeu of Albany i h uui i mv Jl i ot I ast Albany aud I lut hi i mod of locomotive In n (pis It vv is ,e u mined tofoicetbe tnsis md in I v and fiiemeii will i ttisp to (Ii ,vv ii uns auy- pi tin Limed St ites mail No IMS eusofaiij doicnptioii aie to go om in 1 no fii ight otlipi Koiul, lj, DangBi. Three iiilpi midsare lu immmeut dan gei of doivii A Rtrikewas onleicd on ine Dil iwaie and Hudson at 7 01 lock list nuht but vv is withdiawn until M i Taihns returns Ims moi 1111 rf 'Ibp ciiuse abbigued u that 10 id i. belonging to the tenti il load weie sent to the i1 iston and Mbanj and also to Fitchbmj road, to desist in handhnE the Ceiilinl ti, Ass s mil supeim'endent Harriigton sud list nmht got a hiiudied mtn to issist iu the tiaiu service Ao moie mm will bu hind until the men now out ha c ml a chance to retuill Altci u rim. huwevei we will fill their pi u es U II oelo k ust Local Assoniblj 10 s l i oiupud out lopiotectthetiaeks at esl n (UU1 ,jie P.IIIV (IH ii 01 Hill Cautlii Ills) iu Ciov i noi tnll I 10 Sli, ternoon to tiausfei all I lie NYw tial passengei trains ,v i t'u st '-non load at Ohwego Ju i m Hie Ihiife tiamsthil weie held up il the Cditml station snue aoonneip liaekc I up to Os Junction and then sent i istnvei the West Shoie ,oad All th, fiom (he west altei o c lock set I ovei the West Miore ll.sctnnis vveie VFIV heavv and fcevpi ilweii sptiinl Om tiain oust bound pullid fomteen can all wpll hllprt Om of the West Sloie eniplojes said that thpiewns no likel h u d of any tioublp on that toad l exclusion Mam tilled vv ith a delegation of sold, ,s jm, i into the Vnv Yoik Cinti il stition n s o clock Aftfi nnj; then, hour it WHS biikul up and sent tha West Shoie UK Outlook s i )n 1, nt it issi nl Iv i I iv ifu i III Us, )s H J, kl its d HII I se i I i h I I I u.1 ils v i h il 01 Illj IlLl VV 0, II Am HIPI Tip-Up 4 II W IS 1 Pll ll Ill if ii tie up on ihi Uilliiu in and Oln, ih, ltt ivv m, i md flie mn j ne mid th, IU, y( ,.UIM1 hud taken (h vilsnf the Pi imsylv t uid 1 J i 1 mi Is tli nmioi H M ,IL h dispit his u P( is i ,n ,s n n n was i tie up thej knew noth n it man on rh, Ihe I l Ii uisi iii s in mj; ot I'Oil i.lon i >i h, impciial fre In causes the v ind annoviiiKe IB siippli s nul m ihe tiaus in nis line iosl m the MI >vuiii nt is be oiiinu ibsoibnuMiiid the implcnes oi ih him I boms, hi i, to assist the, i vMth monej md sym h n v o ing VI Mil pi In 11 mnv lioul I- n llu I ill, i u di nIP 11 tin im HIM H Inle ti ivplmh ni i Hjinlnns; Ijubuk, di ulv 1 i ime les i si Havcli, with nm mi I N esl phalia 'l I M i MS In m ussels m K'Hinuni} ot n v ist hi h Minnot be con oi line il Lvt11 Ihn r) I iKn M i t l Met t I lid -Hut 1 iv i ul bdli, 'K hi I i Ii i, ei Hood ol iiii ALL QUIET AT BUFFALO but All Late i Pie were but few i I ihe New Yoik for the oiUneis in Some H10' Militia 11 BUFFALO 11 evidences of a SHIM Central depot presinie of a nuuibei nnifonn seveial sviecmi in 11 ,lmen at the vard einnmces and inim 11 of tht head quarter deteetms l came in and wen' mil without th 113 and the tracks m the di ot were keut clear The trams ovpi th I Shoie and Michigan (.pntrul weie due to leave al 13 and 1" 30 o clock wsto dav nioinin' and vv u iriddi up without waiting for conricfin s vs thes "eie about to leave an h i ceived to halcl then the New Y, ik Cut, due hire a 7 JO evening It w as 4 o'ch i k howevei when tun It wa.s vm he iv i u d motivo, u h 11 it i r .1 1 mi ni-.' is cjinet at 10 il us is weie i i i i i Incc iniiniis 11 il tin H oth til d hi n duv Vice I Its, n the inujoi r, i u, L eitv in iiiont in WHIMS MU l Clllhl hHVlllj, mad man w I'lan in jail nl h n, il: 11 am between Kiissiau suel md hifoie he could I I 111 kill t kl11 I'liB luualic also I i i one oi them 1 k il i" v ovcipowcied and W m k iCMihp 1 that El Se iioussi the i n nsiin hol> mn i is adv tnc fof m llle of a laigc One thons ind been dis i v at If an an THE SPORTING WORLD ll S III II lllllO ol (I tnlll V III t 1 IH lIlP (llbi 1 nt h I All AMBHICAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, NY Buffalo is a large progrssske city lo Jive in it and do buainess in It we musl keep pace with its spirit of pro- Wcaie at piosent making improve- ments m the internal arrangement of our stores, the result of which will be ampler space for the display of ner- chandise and will wlth us more pleasant than tver, and quick- er for those who come direct to quieker because we are mtroduciog the best and fastest known cash sys- tem, and there is practically no delay after a purchase is made Kor those who ehop with us by we also do Hie best m our power and orders are attended to with all possible dispatch. tlm llnee i it m IK nc st tndme )r" I'' i toill wirridi in il ms d tlo k VMth f code N A'i nf( w 01 d TV is r i nn ction vv Uh M nn w hi, h w as k on 'sit m day est id com MoileiaMon Piotestatlous of iss liounle hi t 'uiv 1 Clm Ui win m intiupn o i of c 1 >ek I i t nigh Vt ll 15 01 liu {.'.UP pe i n mv t IK tiouul a tllBt -.......i r ,u mes situ lie m I ivnuii II ,1 to But! ilo otliu wcstuii p, mis tuiiitning modera turn m th use of the mihti.i and avoid aiiei ol then use except when absolutely Arm tlmsht Col John S AIcEwen act- ing in th absence of adjutant general, re- ceived a message fiom ben I pel mission to move troops at Bull and Syiacuse in anticipation of tioublp at those two places The ao- svvei lo cill out no tioopa uuleis their pieseuce itquired and m that case to use his own disciutiot. At uiidnigLt it is stated that the Cential try to move a bci p 1 t w o 1 )co u p her, until M) i t ime k L- t ll 1 I Us l i H e nd c ist Ii, tin i nigh nu h I oitin Iii i jiuuiii H -cntniK tluei I n lllrjln nt lj I'" Jil I is of I' I lilt 111 s I ntliHlin was fos i h Mini  Id, Pnss Tluouijli A speci il ti nn i i 1 tin, nirn tlO o'cloik in th i ii.p huwivei which c iiisecl cnnshlu i ispceiilliM It consisted of two ,is )f men fiom the west KOH.IIU ,siei V nildeieiiic in with them thi i i ovu Ui 'comproioser uk- tmckpdn, liom-Pueca sheet to m lnpe thecaisalout seventy HM- men, all well built whe looked as Uiough cared for uobodv The mm itHi-iioll J Jlc men and ivere all ineuuzeus allu supplied with a suchcl well filled aims were said to be in the baa-jzi but that was curefullj guarded went on to fcvracuse Heavy Trains Handled. Beiidea the handling of the 'iheir They regulai trams, mauj of which are very heavy the luen at work m the depot transferred iwventyflve care between the differsat fered to anj trade. Come and examine them foi yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, and AMEBICAN BLOCK, BUFFALO. N. Tl. C.C, PEN FOLD l Of till volvei md shot 1 ippul ition s I mm six 1 ll In the 1 in el IPI K i I n iiii wifp ,i jout Manufaxtuierand Importer MAIN ST., IHJI-FA1.0. H.' 11 I s -i V 1 i lous e f ih -ihe (loir imp n vin h v i om'is i_o w is sun IsniTlui (.iHncI i i m i Keiliicllori in Giain K lOPtKX Kin Am; 11 he state rail al con n >-sinneis hue issued i nevv hidiil, il loc.il to tro into eflect 1 bv winch a reducliBu ut Jumper it on c t i i tiud 10 pet cent on mei is made look Broken BIH ILK Mo H-lhedeadlockm Tlie Dunoeuitio coiiveiifnn of the Twelfth il WHS broken batar- Judge D A Deaimond of Bates tj )l >lrd Dili un ll e sltain I the i Im I ujiti-i was a ueetm, Dixot, s Kn tl n [lixon-vniiild meet Cal I, a tin liltus hackers would hu to make the fight 000 a side t, 1st ballot. nomination on the J QnarirUil Ovi a Game Or Nivv YOIK AUK Irul an Italian, qn u with Joseph Colla over a. gnat ol eniiUat tiul s I ome on batur- drfj 11 ul shot Colla in tlio head Ttul'sviite wont to separate them and was shot in the right arm It le feared Mrs, Tiui's wound will prove fatal and Absolutr-ly the Best. A puie 'ten n of iurti tb( wholesimjc ''lir HI! c t" Ol'l If I s Ii t Rte ,rc published on ev- erylil.fl One trial piovc- it ud oi 01.- SUte, county. S.XOV1 Ac CO., Opposite Patent Office, Vi D. c Mite inlrll) CEO. K: WCBETh t'Od G o to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures   

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