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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, July 24, 1877, Image 1

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ELMIRA^ BAZOO. — i VOL.1 ELMIRA,N. Y., JULY 24,1877. NO. 20 MUC// NEWS IN LITTLE SPACE. Quite a number of roads are giving in. To-day will decide the question, and we hope without bloodshed, but anticipate and fear the worst. The Indianapolis &, St. Louis employes are on a strike. One freight train has been at)andoned at Carbon- The iioth at Hornellsville are in tents. Pullman car cushions make their beds. Blank- ets are minus however. The Second Division (Brooklyn militia) has been ordered to assemble at once fully armed and equipped. The Governor arrived at Albany last night. He has issued orders to have ali the national guard prepared for active service. A general strike took place on the New York Central to-day. That west of Rochester com- menced yesterday and thus far is successtful. The President of the Reading road has of- fered a reward of #10.000 for the conviction of the parties who fired the Lebanon Vallej' bridge. Tlie President of the Vandalia road, has informed the employees' committee who asked for a restoration oi wages, he would answer them to-morrow; meanwhile, all freight is stopped. it is reported that the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe road has restored the old wag- es. The Central Pacific Raiiroad has re- scinded the ten per cent, reduction of June 1st, and will hereafter pay full wages in silv- er. B. J. Donahue, who is the leader in the strike, at Hornellsviile, was arrested between seven and eight this evening, by Sheriff Sherwood. He made no resistance. Bail was offered but he refuses to accept it, as his counsel, Horace Bemis, intends to try the validity of the arrest. The warrant, issued by Judge Donahue of New York City is re- turnable before him at his chambers, the 27th (Friday) of this month. B©ST01B1Y QBOBS 134 WIST WATll ST., Will Be Found GREAT BARGAINS in all departments of DRY GOODS. Don't fail to call and see. ONE PRICE ONLY! DEI DEOTIDRS Hi D&flDSQN, 134 West Water. iO F^iOiitiafdl By Buying your Teas at the ELMIRA CITY TEA POT. Copyrighte<l\18;3 by B. MOBRIS. Prop'r. MORTIMER M. LEE, GROCERIES A Fine Stock. A Clean Store, and LOW FfRICES. COR. BALDWIN & MARKET SIS. CAD C;A 1 17 A ladies SADDLE HORSE, sound r UrV OixLlJu. and gentle. Enquir e 408 Mai n Street.

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