Those who would behold the "wrinkled front" of terrible war to day, may et a squint at it by visiting the armory. There will be seen the stern, aggregated countenance of Co. A, under waiting orders from the Assistant Adjutant General, M. N. G. The boys are there in uniform, pale as death, and dancing jubers tD the music of a guitar and raouth organ. Oh, it is perfectly horrible! The company is in readiness to move to the cali of necessity in the great strike. At 3.45 this morning the following order was received: Lansing, July 3, 1894: Capt. John C. Fischer, Commanding Co. A, M. N. G.:- Assemble Co. A at armory, in fatigue uniform. Get ammunition ready. Have everyman there. Await orders. W. W. Cook, Ass't Adjutant General, M. N. G. The boys were tumbled out of their beds and hurried out their military clothes as soort as possible, and 54 out of a possible 62 breakfasted at the Germania. The strike and threatened trouble and possible obstruction of mails by strikers, is the cause or the order to the company. Up to the hour of going to aress, trains on the Michigan Cendal along this line have not been interfered with; but it is expected that running may cease this afternoon. Elsewhere is an interesting account of the great strike in its latèsï phase.