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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XXI DUNKIRK V. Y., TUESnVY. UTPTTTST 10, IS90. NO. 7. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NSTW BtTLIXO MACHIMS for rnliug A all kimin ol blanks ia the latest aeiilitioD to hi Mee Imnii-il Department of Dunkirk PnntmgfCompany OCR RAILWAY SEWICE.I STATISTICIAN ADAMS' REPORT TO THE INTERSTATE COiVMISfalON THE 8UOAR TRUST irafttcr Efficiency Shown or Atnnrlcmn Raiulii tbun ia Attained on Foreign showing the Number of (.urring port at Ihe Yem ly Earnings of an BouetH. ___________________ana Wexxl A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate All urneies of Hard and Sort Coal W mdl Lumber. Shingles and Lath Free i orrenpem leneMi tor wholesale lots anrFOBD, 22S and 225 Centra) Are Araatic Photographer Instantaneous Pnotosraplw ot Babies a. specialty Sitters need not for sunshine ercjept (or babies.________________ BOOK iHVIIta, I'o pnetor, No Ih B Scconei street, near Biif- talo street, Dnnkirk N T MaifiuinpB, Mil uo. Pamphlcta 8U be.unel 11 all ntyleit promptly attendee! to All work (rnarnnteeel. CKOCKEKI HOUSE, L> VH Central Avenue Whole-sale and recoil dealer in loiportcel anil lomestic China, Glassware, HOTEL, RUU.I, per clay Lirer? nmt Stable in connee tlem Victor Rleler 3M anel T37 Lion street. of tie itr 19 The' statistician commerce cumuilHHlon nil st UTT BARBER SHOP 1 Chos Hagle Prop Bailer Luke Bank ceil. an I riiirel streets. A tine fltoe k eji foreign and Domestic igars. Vilams, '111.4 juat completed i u K tei the e iijuniH- "lon ibis re-poit shows that the ruhvay propcify of the Lotted States ia contiolled by I T0r> 01 The nuiubei of mpn PinilJV I is "04743 showing that 4, ine-n emploved 100miles of hue this shows greater efficiency I ban is attained on 'on roadu ffor eram pie In mil theje irp   rail m the t lilted wns47J ITl-rH! the total n imlier o[ tons of freight earned was (MO >8i the iver age- fin each tou of freight was JO miles showing a ton, mileage of 21A 140 the table showing the equipment of especially interesting It An Agreement Pending to Effect s to T.HW NFW YORK, Aug 19 step was taken yesterday In reorganiring the sngar trust The Central Trust cujnnany which ban been waiting for the preliminary agreement nnder which to receive deposits of rertiflutteH, IH now in possession of that eloe-ument and yesterday announced that it was rpiely to exchange its engraved cer- tificates deposits for certificates of the sugar trtwt The agreement la between three V White Knrshardt Co f ore! Meyer Tr all other certifi- cate holders whosign the ajrreement being the first party the reoi ganizing committee tlie fpe tmd party and the Central Trust company the thirl party By it full POWPI m given to the reorganising com inHtfcp to wind np the truat and reorganize it Jieeoieling to law Ihe aiiiepineot will be effective when approved by d majority of the certificate holders and the committee IB given power to vote on all c ertiflcat.es deposited The (enriaJ Irust company will receive all divielcudH on HUgar trust certificates de- pomtcd and pay them over to the eimr.ivpil certificates The committee agiees to draw up a detailed pian of reor- as soon as possible A major ity re poi t of the committee shall decida on all matters unless the action is dlaap- pioved by Kieliler Ppabody Co or the Cential It ist company Thin provision pr.ictiealH .jives control of the rporgani- to Kicliler Peabody St. Co and tha Central 11 list company Louis ild president of the Mer _.x.._ j ____ iu shows J903B loif motives of winch 8 079 ulntl'e I'tiit companj, Cbarlts M Frey, 101 KLIN enter street, are passeu0'tr and n 140 are freight loco P> e 7OT of the of Vew York, and 'Pracfcal horse sneers Partii ular altcntioti S 74J freight loi urnotivea ire htti d with locomotives ind b D president of the Mer- i) to mtorfenng honei shoeing- ol trittmg hejrsca a apecmlty CNKIBK EVENING OB8JERVEB. Lamest Daily in the County uuciiuallBil oilverusmg mee'ium DUKKIKK i Sellow Popplo Manulactiir< rs of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys Shorting Hitit'crn, olc Patterns Forgmga CObtmics, inel Muihtnt! Weirk oriler automatic tram bi ikes Theie are, %1 113 cars used of which 66" ara m the pas sengcr service and Oil m the fieight sen e   iiunsts in Dunkirk. DF. TODWEY, M u d I I L un street, Dejilor in t lour reeil ult liale 1 Hay Plios etc Ejtai hmieil, 1877 p cai i The rite if morta'ity in England for tha }c u is erne posse killed tor 6 M olicairuel nnd one passenger in Jin d for i_7 i arm d Phis dis- crepamt m pe.ihips ie the fact th it rlu mini 111 of in lestnvuled per tieke f is n this nIls were passed authorising tha m Railway Extension company to bnle.e the Columbia river, Oregon and in nu; leave of absence to per diem em- pi s n the e itstoms Ihe Mississippi election contest of Chalmerses Morgan was determined in L, KIK HOTKL mel ummg saloon. Union IJ DepuE Easv -ICCC.3B to alt traind and bus ness honwjs Uest aee-eimmo latiims lor Com Tiemul Ir ivHers John J Murphy, Prop tU-EltS S CO Cl mil J9 E Tturel atreet. Fine Furniture. Cabinet Ware iud Up Picture Frames made to oreler per tieke r is n this i m n y much greater f ivor ot the sitting member (Alorgau) in than m hiijil inei anel a so bj the me t that occm dune e with the committee report inilv, ijs a-i mach bettermunued Ihe house passed senate bill amending than in tin I the act for bridging the Mis-issippi at P mi hotibe bill a tunnel unilei the Detroit rner at Detroit and sev (nil othei bills ind ut 4 45 adjourned for liu k ot acinomm In the -H-ii ite' Mi Quay gave formal no tiee of Ins elc-irp 11 ch uige the rules but Ot erapleuis m tbt L'llted Abates ITS been k Ped unei JI) iut injure i lining tin ihese ligures show th it one elea h wciii- ten empUnes aud one i ijim foi e nj ii mpl, us eit it a similui s it, me nt in made tor ti un nen that IB to SHI un eiumeeis iiemia eon O. nATTESON S CO., Wi Central Ave tern ut Foulnon and gentlemen Oucatters ii' MXKA.1t HKATOCG nt SCcnm Healing Apparurua. ii njtrv Plumbi is 3 Specialty LJ OWK STEAJI spe i.ilties Kme Shirta, We, l ollnrs Cuffs jnel Lad C urtainu Crce Ue-liv r V >V Cuininine-9 ill" Center itraet. K, OBHM E Tnir 1 st ot Buffalo ttanalac.circr ami lealearin Fine Boots A aENKY tffEH.ER'3 >TETv? STOELE, lllf E. Ihirel at. Books. Stationery, Musical In- Dailv and Weekly Papers everytliipg pertaining to a flrst clfiaa book aejhooi tJejoka a apecialtv JOB leacriptionand ut 'oweat living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, a ind 111 E second St. JH. VAN BITKEH A SON, Fire Lite, Aceielent anei General Insurance Deal- ars m Beal tatULB and Loans. Fariicuhir attention paul tn the circ >1 property collect ing rents Center it., inil Uoor. rOHBOB'9 PHARMACY, iQO Central Avenue deadiiuarUJrs (or Wall Paper Paint f 209 Ceuter street, Slanulacturer anil tattler in HarnesB.saeUUcs, B euea, collars, Buffalo Eobca d Overs hiOTCs Mittens and ainigh tolirs PSCHOLTES East Thirei atreet. Fashionable T ulor ijentletueu will line) it to their icivintage to cull on me bftlore purchasing PB. C.VKV; Jt CO its Lion street. General Hardware, White aupplies. On Cloths, traaite Ware. A special ly o! shtrwm Williams Pn.ntand Monroe range f UL1NG sncti IH tlunk-booka, ledgers, and i.V i 1 of blanks done at Dunkirk Pnncini? Compfcttr, S in I 10 E second at. RdDOLPQ VOEK, l or Ttu-d and BntTa'o Dealer in unniu, Marine, r iigging and B.n atoue Cull on me buying vour duetors, anil 01111 trunineii one de I occuirsfor mp ij s md OQP Injury 1 for rj 13 me 'i e mplujed Ihe oss t >r the vour exeln I live of r-ntil of tricks yurels mil ter iiimalb ire Slo U1) unel the ope i mnij expeuhes exelusnu OL rBnt ils >l tl leks yiuiln and 7TH llnsl irieins of Siai I I 4-a Aftei eieel IP IOUH ,4r( maue I nwd cLaiges the net income all I ihe-roaels in the Cnite-d btate s WHH IWJ 710 01 pel mile of line Our of I this sum duiilene's have been paid to tho anieiinit it AS.! '10 10% which leiues a snr i i plus of )1S it iUt> per mile of line mteiescmg table m this n port shows tbe imount of bonds wiiieh nil! fall due in each 01 the years from "W9 to, me e> The toril amount of stock is-I M of which me owned bv rdilrcmcleorpoiatlons I he total amount of bonds is 2o7 527 8.rt of vthich 23- are ouneei by rai load The rppoit fur i ther shows tli it t! e passenger earnings imrea-scd riom ID H> pel cent of tot il eimu i_sm I'-w ti 110 per cent in while- fn _iit e unings hinp de ruMUsed from H7 n pet eeut in 1S88 to Oti 84 per ceut 111 1S8SI the matter under objection Mi float inn1 Mi Edmunds Llie Central eie-iiciency bill was consid eied md passed I IIP tin nl ite paragraph in the tariff bill is lise imseei further without artion n ins ictiug minor business the sen He- at 0 p m aeljuuiued WEBB-POWDERLY. CORRESPONDENCE THE PROPOSED RELATING TO CON'ERENCE Mr In His Letter Befars to Otscharxa of Old and Faithful Employes, und Says the Company Should HAVO >To Fear of tn Iiivestltfa- tloii President Webb's Reply Genaral News of the Strike YORK, Aug 19 President Webt niKbt made public the corre spondencebclweun Mr Powdeilyand him self Mr Powderly on fcitiirdnv wroti Mr Webb stating that he expected by Mouday to h ive completed bis mqiuiy in to the causes of the strike jind he be it an interuew con u be amitiM-d for Monday morning between 10 und U o'i lo k lie desired to discuss the ri ics tion ol Hibitration of the differeuies be tween the tompimv and Its K. of 1 em ployes rn V i_r Vic i Prc-iilint rcjihed igrceini? to the mtei view but rhat aa therepoits of mteiuews ihduh had be tween himsrlt anil Messrs Holland II 13 es and Donovan on the mime sublet t hid been greaih niisrepiebenLed it would be for tin luuiest of ill concerned if tho- matter winch ill Pondeilj wiblied to present weie put it. wiitlug On blindly Mi Powderly wrote Mi tefore obliged to commit juld ritbcr discuss wu.s informed that old W burhithenas callesd away from the city and wan the to papei w h I personally He __ and faithful emplojes h id. been gumma. ily elisiniH ed i ecausc tbiywoie mpmbcn of auel ictive m the K. ot L that up to the time t then they faithful employes, wtth good records The frequency of dismissals 'eft little room for doubt in tha minds of the men that they were all m danger of discharge at a moment's notice, hence the strike The whola question hinges upon the discharge of K of L men because they are such If it can be shown that these men were working injury to their employers right minded men will say they are treated as thep deserve If they were disehaiged tor cause, the company has everything to gam and nothing to lose fiom onnuesti gation If they deserved dismissal from the service none of us will ask for their rein statement If however, they were dis- placeel because of then connec tion with the Knights ot it should be known for if it ix to be the policy of the company that members of the K of L are to he employed then a statement to that effect will clear up all and there can oe no future misunelerstaudings There will be nothing then to arbitrate so long as vou hold that opu ion The luteiestii of the public and of the company anil the rights of men to ortc for self protec tiem aie all involved in this contest The uottdeem it oonsistant with Its ooutlnuanoej and piospsnty in bu'iiueuH and wtth tha discharge of the it oevei to the peo- ple, to submit the propi n fir >f its action in the discharge of anj if its umploies to arbitration I have re id v trr eumiruui cation wtth rale and 1 thin t )U gc ing answers the points pri'spii jnu aud definei the position of tins i m HI etc H u 11 i i j p Ihiid V ee PH i lent Superintendent >en hee s s i ei 1-st that tin w 'i HUM uo niejre men it h i I ill it n I that T in 1 heit in the m n i i it ia bm k FREIGHT SLOCKADC AT ALBANY CRAZED BY Cltlzans Mnrdcrmuly No Ti 'Wovlnj F ist ft Plnke ittiei M in uiteel Press repoite i in ide i ti 10 uh tour of tbe en i i P u i iel )m n s pt t at W st Ul n y Fist Ulnni ml in Cii1 >n, h s iteiiLit tl ir the bi ckulphei h is nor mrroved to anj x tent s ie h tus i L ji Ji -tnke liu men u i I) tin un im tnpet nt anelmei in j u in m hue leit ela inn _ 1 it 1 In i jut here throuuli ni sie inese ni it n L uitlie imeiie the lone! is i i i iv i i i m, irs backwii lit ir the cm the" iniijii ssi in tliitlhej lie- tralhe 111.4 Hie c us tli it wen. nmeil ut ot Ubauy in luc alteinnii unlj went i few miles and we IP thin ibaii cloned those at the Knights of Laboi heal [iiait is stun u is a mm who i, ml hew is binughl, hia fiom C hie uo through Ln i i u> isbj the i i h ml conip my Ue u vilh twniitj livp other i heada biokeil lie ek'cuiiel to mike i stirement anel then _c.t out of the eit j ia sonn as lie enulel even if he had to walk '-ome )f th m bail been into to and uu obi lies Finalh tho men mie induced to quit woik I hi nipn list night lielel i lousing mnss meeting and the inenien helel i secicc OKSSIOU it List Vlbius Ic is s net that the, uittei le e id 1 to sttiV-p ro 1 ij DtMbion butieiiutenelent Bisspll 19 see n 1 1st r i r lilted Pie ss le mil uhen iske 1 t he> loud is s icei eel ma he said P usx i ueiiin milfoil sti it time mil bie k idf is being i ipi Hi hi ikeii U si VI ban v we PI il 1 u _e tr nils out it the auel WH an Ocn 1 i in uliliumi to these nn ir inulir nuns trim N w Yoik to Bullalo aud vie e vei s i V> i 1 am L Invei is tilling care" ot the Vi st lepaitrpe u s ml i Imi, u i Its mt a Wts Aug W Gulp a ooloied man, '.wionriy canitihare from the South ippaHrtd avenue arUinoon aimed with a raeor a biK stoue and witu ftAinwod by an d is HP WEW evideatljr craned by liquor riime's Smith wiilliliis 01 tha went sidp at Dhe. atreer md without the leiwt naming Cals, whi> tha eaat startad taward Smith tMt tha laynr but before SiaiM, ootlkl raaltoa what the} ttoubla was, rlig darkey hiw with tke stonei and kxeakeid him seinaalMS. Ihe negra then jiimpud on the prostrate man and aamraaied him wtth another stone while the buW ohowad ku left in a fimhtful mannaR Hx Justice the Peaoa MCokaal Shield cume along and attempted to Smith, weiom the negro was Cola turned Shield woo swuollaad amaakod i cane bis hsad and batkaii ramiWay md seemed pines of board Whan he mtnraad tike darker had at rackesei i miin mamacl and out md biuised hioi about haad ESluald it once pioeeedpd to paand tka darkey an Mil! Meadnithohshoiudbutithad naafact fospph near whena alaoe the low ooiurrfij caraa ant and 8te darfcty struck him with a rook, injuring him In- tel nally Shieie! Schosider and two otiiar men wneied info the dwksy afja liaid overpowared him and held ionu until ttj ilfleor arjUTed A. tunning aght tooft ylaet batwaem tha ilfiefr mil ihe uegru attgl cha was 'tnocki d dowu He used iis ejlUb md sm laheil tbe s face and nosa. mnishal irrned on the scena.aad tha wild i irkpy u lauded in Jail, wheie he tonight like 11 liaison and made a ties per Up att mpt to kill OfflLer Hindis with i spittoon tha man who was Mnick ind pounded with a rack, IB in a utical e ondition GOODS.-Full stocks of the finest and celebrated Yarns, Zephyrs and Worsteds. P. Centemeri Kid Gloves. P. D. and C. P. French make of Corsets. Louis Hermadorf Dye Hosiery, Gauze Ribbed Jer- jjB sey Vests and India Gauze Underwear for ladies, gentlemen and children. Fancy steel Buckles, pearl and Oxidized. Dexter's Knitting Cotton. Crochet threads of all kinds. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT AFFAIRS IN GUATEMALA. ot st ill iinv uid rl nlv n it lative reform It is not their policy to entei hastily upon strikes The stnke m ly be pointpcl to in refutation of this assertion but until an mvestig itoon is had tliat must rera un a hspnte11 tion The interests of the public retinues rhat freight and pussenttpr tiafflc should woik smoothly the inreresrs of the company require exactly the same thing and m addition that such traffic piove re The Will of fnm un if I the oi. VI lain In the I i i IJH it ie receive _eucj Ui ill s 1 line till eel P r u ind Ills, mini to -In pi tlie iciad mil llii 1 i tli s H have kit I tin ni itr i in Ins h in Is n in i tene c 1 mm bi i uah 'i a t ounte ninietln isi it Hioum evrept, in ej-c tieme e tse s i rri in IP in mils it Inn hie 1 V. i 1 in1 nolit id mi h it wpre pud intend bv Rnilnivm nf n Standnrlll imd the City la Dilelai Luw. FHVNrisco, Ang has been iptened hme tiem Gooige W Coal, oi inei ly i we-ll known physician of tBis iti been in iSuatettlala during 'he pisr m which ha a pro- lamation Ins beeu issued to tho sffivr hat ill niiin who J.IP not teady far mill iry luty will W shot all tlia npn who fiiat ta the front have beei cille'd m battle-a Tith tha If C ra inn HIPS to this uity tha lat nr s iys hp will probAlily saak tha town "be Americans UH s ife they receive (ire ti ction AC the logatiou Every ser- ml rlmse em the coffee plantations haip bpe n h ifrad mto flip war, and thare lie not eiioniili latt to supply faod Pro- VISIOUH hi ing euentuoiis pncls is it A btanelstill nnl the city IB undrr mint il law VmencAtts and as mam l, imaiibHud P inch oileipd their sei lee s u u ilia- 1) ir ihev .reie refuse el Vhon 5 uu iMtB a're idv left for the liini i Af i ai attia'el to public pn- teiti me! izert  n- eriite the (iiliuiaph, wiitcs loo VKIKIB a min- ute, iLltiunie iurniahoiL Lnuuim ut Him otilcc STOOD ART A CO Patent AttoraayB, 8187th at, VVashington, I> C opn U a Patent Ot- nce Patents, Caveats and Bo-Issues aacureiii Trade Marks registered All Patnnt huninoas i'.onilnouiil lor moelurato Fees. Information, Aetvice and apecial reierencefl sent on request tfl S25K9I) A MONTH on bi mode tu PUUII.UIJ wortmgforus Peraana pre. erred who ean furnish a horse and ffive their whole me to the business. Spare momenta may be protit- bly employed also A few vacancies in towns and cmc3 B F JOHNSON SL CO.. toon Mam U, Richmond, Va. -CfOODS dward M Shephard are made BE IN READINESS' k co. 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies Liquor Score for Frailly tJse. ROHEST Lion dtreut, nour the depot. Boarding, dale, Feed and Livery Stable Stauung by tiie day or week on reasonable terms. 3, m Central Ave. (Up O general lutiurance and Ileul Estate Firr Life, Accident, anil Live atuci. ince Promp' attention (rvan to buying Cypher Dlnp vli Ii sent to the Now Eng- land Ualliv IV TJnlon BtsroN Vug r Lee repiesentmcj thi fv of L visti rd sc nt from Buffalo tli r n the I iiman lei Baptist chure-h has teudiicl his on account ot ill hialth mil it is treelj pre- dlctedxl itheuill i or ijjjun be aide to r th pul n 1'ei IMOI is now Hint? ill it his home wli ia he i iieiiMns; close me I cal ittcnt on Dr Luumci la of ail evtitinelj tem'iirimtnt and fen montns it LS suiel h is not enjojed i night s skep iut tbe ot tpi itea Ev er since hu H tin u Horn his hsiatroub eastern toui Di loumer has mg steuiilj a European tour afforded his '-ome slight relief Curtailing Canadian Bonding Privllegea. Aug Dominion Cam uige company whose headquarters irp in this city recently applipel through its w Y irk agents to Washington for a ptiniit to ship goods m bouel to Mexico HIP depal tuipnt has replied, refusing to _t mt the neirnit ou the ground that it n as not disposed to extend the bonding pimli for Canadian goods that they offering to other countries It ia rumoicel thit this action of the American authonties foreshadowed a general action against Canadian bonding piivileges, and theie is great uneasiness in railroad circles Real at.itc bHSiJN d l-JOfr It V PtI onexhibitu n FRtF r im si iieiiu rs for me I H inal pnrwusi a ULLi e lion i T1 C. JONES, 75 E Third St., cor Deer i ii Usior Meat Market. Fresh, suit ami Smoked Meats. Lanl. Ojsiers ami W ATCUKd. JKWIXBT. Bus Jie Aurora luulreiml Watch rapturing a apeenalty Frank f sUiDl. 83 B. Third at Jtcrchant Tailor, REWARD! fc will pay Che above regard for any case oi Liver Complaint, Dyspepwa, Sick Heaulncue ludigesuoQ, ooDBtipaaun or Losuveneiaa we. cure witn West's Vegetable Ptlla, wuen tbe eurecnona are atnctlv coinpheel with They are purely Vegetable, and aever fail to give saualictuiB Sugar coated. Large bectea, coctauung JO Beware ol coon .erieits, and The genome maan tcured only by JOHS C WE3T A CO. Sold y iloKBQis DnnJarlc, 2f. Y. V Birthday Piutv Sadlv Blighted. PoroHKi' tPsiE, N Y A.UB 10 Vinili-iwater a fumetof Fishkill, while lining u loss the nulload which passes fhioiiEch his firm w us struck bv a tram on 1 ly ig mil both he and hia h killed Ic Air "Vander ev ite r bnthdiiy anniNei-jaiy and he wan lining hoint witn irbicleg he had purehased forapaitj that evening Siitcfele In Hai lem River Nrn i IK C Farrmg t in el 4 i Lsser for Falk, th pli ilojriphir uimmitced suicide yefr tiiidi) lumping f the Washington bi elgp in the Haile m nver He had been ipj itiently in good health and cireum- si i u PS and the CHUSP foi the suiciele is not kiim, u ihilelier to defend the time of its members who up co their dismissal h lei worked only m educational and legislative direc tions Surely we a right to question why they were discharged Each man no matter how humble 13 as much a part of the public aa any othei man Ti ie tha "Sew Yejrk Central Railroad companv is tributary to the comfort and well being o{ the community, but rhe community gives I not tire until ClM is it ion in to tne corporation in question its strength iml rhe le iv and wealth, and of that commnuity at least two thirds are working people belong to that same element of society that dare not organize for their own welfaie Some one has saiei since tkis strike begau 'money IB not in this world He was a railroad director I think He spoke truly for libel 15 is fai dealer to the laborer and that is what he struggles tor that is what is denied him when he is dis- charged for being a K ot L If liberty was only valued so highly that men offered up life and treasuie anel aacred honor to gam it surely their ehil dren should not be blamed for striking for it. Whether tney struck wiseli m this case Is yet to be determined Who is to determine? You may leel that you are right, the men nmv feel that they ue right both are paitispns and if in tm- paitial verdict is to be reached impaitial men must arrive ar it by hearing both THE SITUATION sides and then judging The men aie willing to submit the case to such aibitri- tion, and will not be unreasonable Will you consent to do the same If you will agree to submit this matter He leases a widow and two An Appeal to Clierk CmitfrsiHon Camidii'ii up pi ils to the pati oti--ni eir the1 leaeleis f and Otinu i iroipinment to pio ft l the i i n ee >C he1 e n in i tnts be Ion Qne be-e l crips a te t il t 1 o Lin leliell isceitams ti it I i He t nu us in ptepai 114 to leiue tin ee u i 'en he'.L ites anil en ue tu th it l he projected Alafauei i ill i 11 in- puihc.tl nhe id to proMele Lime t ith c1 breud, emi-n ILIOU t il e pi ice winch Hill be ruinoiu tu the Duininion Din ippexnteel Republicans. PORTT Me -Vug Republt c mi tie dis ippoi itcd at hearing that Speaker Reed probably be unable to spenk lieie to muht as announced So of his party ire absent from the bnnse Hint he. obliged to stay there Mr Bimovrs iflichi-jin ia expected to speak here in 1 it Vlfred in his place Iron Wotko by Fire niirNMLii O 19 Teffer lion n it ks wiie b> fire moil Lei CKX) partlj in i siiitel Uic uiiiiinot tlie tire is unknottu bi t, u, is seel ro hine been caused by l de imoke stae k Vttaeluei toe- ft JO OOO. CIIVTIIAM, Mass irnods md real estate of Hinr} R Rogers, business m Hide P irk, and K I Di iper -V Diiper inei GeitnuleR Ui iper of Cantou h Ue bee-u att iclieil m he bum. 000 bj Hor icb Coilne mil T psle y Baker, co-parcuers ai b agency of Boston New iMsiie of ijiUer Dollars. WASIIINGTO> Vug Ii) issue of tiicd i d silver dollars from the mm lining the week ending Aug lb w is tud T.he issue during tbe corresponilin r. period ol last year waa The ship tiient ot fractional silvei com since Aug 1 amounts to nestreutive Stetiiii in Paria P u is Uu l'i sti 1111 night I ivrt-.ee' the eie p n til Lilt Xube It was. e t mil MI il 10 11 e p s pi ig ij woods ei e p-4 met e'vetMting it-- ti ick Ihe losses are estimated at 341M DUO Steamship Arrlialu Yesterduy. Hvvni Ul -VrmeMl La Bi elacne f rom New V Vug IU -iirived. La Norman I Ye i k Srw lie Hum 11 n -MII "it Aug 19 -Arrived Elderfrom Y Ji k (ri x-1 19 -Arrived the of inellaiiii i mm P iimiLii nn Aug Arrived, Belgen 1 nel from p Niw 'iremen Nfw Vuu Armed, at. Pancreas from erpuol ulbers from, iiio Janeiro. I'l Ems from EAWIP th it th Ly tli m, i, it This ei C ipt R il eit Pink He s lid 1 h INI eximiu.1 ui ViVy anil thn lie ill peisllne in rhe nsse I'u'n'n that lid not die until they btonid ml iu-einip L ises ir but "Ui Pmkiitjii sud the nred Pie-s ripntei t peisonally saM yeiiu men hie Horn ifium mto in molTen-i e prns oean in it i -t ue is flu own ind no insult.: offered siw tins' a-keel the eletpctne, inei hen uenr jn t i qnestiein tbe i putei a-s to rh Keiiireuee men lie in stiuete 1 n it t lie un ess m ieke 1 u d n ssuraiiee tiiev lid nil I lo not u i r vou voi 1 but I think that IP hied upon by it tie i pe-tie side the budge The men leel n t to be so m u n m 1 n ]vs Llii ml I lei els! el i t last w is it East i inj n -i u i mise riant fiieel i buck it i Pi ike n ,11 ud The-m in re rhe blem i 1 iu his f ice and put hi" Ii n el up eit, blood Fxcimin i turn sh u el ill n n end if his nose had been kn w k el ntne v iw ly aud he will be distigtue i t n Iu AT SYRACUSE i Ri to arbitration we can mpet to arrange' the details and agree how tha parties are to be selecteel The newspapers report you as refusing to aelmit that arbitration can eutei into the settlement of the trouble, but your letter 1 ads me to beneve that yon were misquoted, and I still hope for a speedy termination of the strike throngh arbi tratiou I will return to the city as soon as I can meet my engagements and U yo i will kinelly address me nt Cloud hotpl it will be carefully atfeu leel to in t pi iced betore me on my retuin I e ri L n yours fit very truly, 1 V G Iv rl I Mr T V Powderlj hi loud II York DEAR have received thib m n i ing the communication of dale IT jn t addressed to me In oil as tin cputi ii master workman it the order of TV f 1'iiike I ail e fiei-fhf fo tide }eitei 11 lei eiH Dieittnei1 1 nel ot v A n i w e aecpmpe! tui ie t i n ue -im p h au 've De lire the en i u i i: out' 11 the roa 1 i rh t-ik Ui0 is.ni, its if Lab n 1} tl i ie up in receipt oi lav il ible ie[ irs tinn 11 il >n_, the line an 1 fu ID i j is in with it, i eiinii le 'tip up fiutu Butt, to New 1 >rL. Ph rp is icmblp in the apiciil 11 td M uc iiomlie! tr. assist the ir- i v )u ni n a Ctsl'-nri c isp in I it is ii 1 rh ir rhiy irp in i 111- ttin then h ines JIH Crheiu l ill l K1 IV p 'lie c tpl i 11 j t ie uein in n is ee to fie iC) l 11 ale e h tli i' u IL t L I lllk It I 11 Ml Replying thereto I Ime ti siy Hi one of the iliseb tr in service of this company pnoi to S and refaired to in voui comuitiiin i i in was discharged because he was a member of your order The immediate superiors of each of iiid persons reported to the dntsion superin teudent or the superintendent; of the mo- tive power, in each case good ann sulfi cient cause for the discharge of such pel sons, and L am informed that the di- vision superintendent or the superin ,eu dent of motive power investigated eae h cane prior to the discharge, and the faeta of such discharge uaving been reported to the management of the oompanv they! were further investigated anil the of the division superintendent or the su panntendent of motive power fullv ip proven. The management of this company da ji i i I IS 1 J 1 till 1 U 1 en l Iu inilllCe Stateie tu t 1 DI I _ ill mill i U e lit el lllUICe uuh bo Ui im, I n I e 1 Ui i 1 i i L. I 111 c e K it i ee u e u n Kleins -L i r i l ch oi n w-re burned out jest rd i> rnoimng Lost BLAZE IN NEW YORK. nvc 1X1 I n. virl In i hee I ml :on tnient House l.atfed anel OipMomo by Hpitt. Vuj 0 ibout 10 o clock 11 "n' firp staitad on tha 1 H'li l he ipmrm nthoiiHO 98 umd i tin s. cemel sti-pt, and 475 and in h n nne i fi s -horup through the air shift u "iieManuias ind when the I i P th occupants of i 1 Ii jg taolc to flight without trying "-i ltn th ph whoweu uoi i Jieneiil fiusc >vei the ihnu linen wes the lowest reported m Winnipu: Rppjits been received tiom i I points iPiichuel bv telegraph wirea md i uh fiom thine nlacaa w the fi-eenna 1 n t ppe i ted n i P i hi- I Anuihe i uee k will sep rhe bulk of the wbej it out mil in i reiitnigiit tha harvest will bp complerfd SuiunsJed Spaiklprs Sefnod. NTiw YORK A.UK Rershy, tlet to iJowell Osboi 10 well known ankpi was arrusti'il ypsceiday morning as IIP wis lea-uiig the steamer La Nor uiaudlp just irmpl from Havre, on  ne mu-son i in n h u i un u I or.; i- rn n hax UK M jus e ,1 iffluati d with tue hiiikliiy i iii the n'Scre sundriv m I l us woith Oil del i iciv i i i u ulduiga w in al' directio i- lives A Sriilce rhiatleued I. TKIN -Vug I .m men Ix-lo i i ir Mih S, ithampton Doe k La i j-e u uuoi hie-i en to itiiku nnlesh are mvcuat i i vance m wages ro Bel ppi hom i i 1 u 11} work and to pei hoiu foi tner ume A Xawnpaper T Aug The Ai bun Dispatch, main 1 ig t hp -5 1 ul t. ssue, has suspsndad puljlicatma. AN HOETR mndo bj- live ARo aeJHiii? Our Native Ueilin.'" 200 iiyn' troatmant lor Sl.iK) Every box iruai- ntccd For fnrlliur partlc nlai H .'iildruss RAMBD.BI.I; A a, CaBHadaKa. N 1 We have the largest assort- of Patent Leather Shoes andliglvt-colored tops, hand and macterui sewed. We carry a complete line of is TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS1 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SON, 213 Centre Street AM11B.ICAK BLOCK 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N, Y. Buffalo u a large progressive edty To live m it and do business m it we must keep pace with, its spirit of pro- gress. We are at present making improve- ments in the internal arrangement of our stores the result of which will be ampler space for the display of mer- chandise and will make trading with us more pleasant than ever, and quick- er for those who come direct to quicker, because we are introducing the best and fastest known cash sys- tem, and there is practically no delay after a purchase ia made For those who shop with ua by mail we also do the best in our power and orders are attended to with all possible dispatch. Early autumn styles in dress goeieig are ready There will be no flner stock ot driss fabrics m Western New York In colors we have a line of weaves at 75c a yard, 40 and 44-inch stuffs, sibling of illuminated mixtures, drap d'ylmos, Sebaatapjl cloths, unnureg imperial cords, aerges, arm u re at ripen, etc which are the belt value at 75c that we have ever offered A large variety of qualities In new autumn serges, cashmeres, India twiUo, and Henriettas Novelties arrlvfny daily A Plaula direct from Baking Powder The Official Eeporta of tha United States GoTenment, 1889, Canadian Government, 1889, Stew Jersey OonnniBaion, 1889, OMo Food Oonuninura, 1887, prove that OleTeland's is THE STRONGEST of all the cream of tutu baking powders: as alma powdcn, whatever thill mania bearobM M In black fabrics our choice and select 40 inch canna lustrine, Jrl vxuta to 38-inch fine twill Henrietta, 35c. 40-mcJi heavy twill serge, 0 cents. 40-inch ttne all wool Henrietta, SOc 40-inch heavy weight Carlier Henri- etta, 75c to 50 46-inch imperialserfre, pure dye, to 25 40-inch jacquard stripe, only 50c. Write to us for anything In dry carpets or books The smallest order receives our best attention AH3BICAX BLOCK, UAJjy STREET, BUFFALO. N. 1. C.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIM ST, BUFFALO, M. T. DPALKK IK Di tmomiu, Watches auej Jew eli y, uiwiiu 1 ca.licr Cjoc etc KNaRA G, IHILO f VEH ?I.4TIS A COMPLETE IXSR Of MAIN STBEJCT, BUFPiLO X Y PATFNTo mil Trade Marled flblAire ii anel 1'ntcnt foi 'ilenlmme Our opposite DI e, have nn igcni ic b ail biimnci'H Ii lirnro eian ti mKae t patent liunnem in iB-es ie e nod it 1 e oft limn ItiOBi icmote from 'v s i d iroelel eliHwicjr, or phoUi with dc enpiion We If pateutable or not, free of 'ijHiire Oui fee nut elno till patent In Menial Alroeih, -How to Obtain I'ateBui, with ret ae tual rlientoin sour State, county 01 i ;wn, tier vlilrcis C. A. CO. Patent OKce D. C. itEB PE A RL: TOPAND MaifHHrir by GBO, A. MACBETH t CQ., PITTSBURGH, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures SPAPFRf   

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