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VOL. V-NO. 1311.
THIS MORNIM'S NEWS,
Vcry Lateat Dispatches
Determined but Quiet
NO MORE DESTRUCTION OF
PROPERTY, BUT OBGANIZED
REFUSAL TO WOBK THAT
ALIMM' AND TROY iVlEIl
Terriblc Riot in San Fian
cisco. In New York.
THE SITCATIOS AT ALBANY.
Albant, July 24.
The fccllng In thls city is onc o uccasi
ncas. Many bellcvo tbat aftcr tbo strike Is
ialrly Inaugurated thcre wlll bo Iroublc.
Tbo ofllcera and non-coramlssloned oiilcers
of tbe tenth regiment, New Yotk atate na
tional guard are at tho armory awalting
orders. Prlvates ato not allowcd In at
prcscnt, for fcar of thelr bccoming cxcltcd
nnd creatlng u dlsturbance. About 200
men ato congrcgated In tbo viclnity of tho
NO MESTINQ THIS MOBNINO.
At tbc tcrmtnatlon of tho mectiog of
workingmen last night It wae declded to
meot at 8 o'clock thls mornlng, and unleas
tbc tcrms dictnted by them wero compltcd
with to go at onco to West Albany. About
500 men mct thls mornlng pursuant to ar
rangcmcnt, but aeting under tbo advice of
tbclr Icadcrs they acparated Into groups sf
10 and 12, and marcbed to West Albany.
Tbey were joincd by otbcra on tbo routc,
snd on rcachlng tho Black Itock road dl
vlded into tbreo diviaion3 of about 250
cach. Tbo flrst aectloa vlslted tho round
bousc, tbe eecond tbc locomotivo abop and
the thlrd tho ncbino mm car ebop, and
tbencc to tbo upper cnd of th yara. 'inero
aro usually about 1,100 men employcd in
tbc hops at WeEt Albany, but only about
C00 men went towork thls mornlng. Wbcn
tho strikcra arrivcd, howovcr, thcy wero
compelled to quit. Samuel Dobbs, aged
C0 years, craployed in tho m&chlnc shop for
a long tlmc, refuscd to lcavo hls work, but
waa compelled to do bo under threats of
Two large frcigbt trains which the com
pany desired to moTO from tho yard wero
uncouplcd by the ttrlkcrs and not allowcd
to movo. There are about 800 men at
West Albany, but all of thcm aro In nppa
rent good humor, and so far liavo not rc
aorted to violence. Thero aro fow pollco
and no mllitary at tho Bccnc.
Locomotives 210 and 477, Which wero
Bcnt to Albany to move tralni, wcrc eeized
by tho crowd with expreis dctermlnatlon
of puttlng out tho flros. Tbe moBt encr-
getlo of thestriker are boyal5 and 10 years
of ago, who obey the beheatB of tbe leadcrs
w lth nlacrlty.
FAB3EKOEB TBAIHS BTOPPED.
The way paesengcr traln for Buffalo,
which leavea Albany at 11.30 o'clock, waa
drawn by two locomotivc!, and consieted
of twclvo frelgbt cars and two pasecngcr
coachea. Oa Btopplng at West Albany at
11.45 o'clock every car was; uncouplcd and
tbc tlrea In ono of tho locomotives put out,
WLcn tho writsr left the Btrikers were dls,
cussicg the proprlety of allowing tbe pas
ecngers to proceed, and tbe general ftcling
secmcd to lndlcate that they would bo al-
lowed to do bo.
AT THE BTOOk TARD8.
The farmera and dealors In cattlo are
very much excrclsed. Thero is little Btock
in tbc jards and only a fow stato cattlo ar
rived thls mornlng. Tho doalers believe if
tho ilrike contlnues it wlll provo rcry cin.
barraaslng to them. Two ttock trains left
for tho east thls mornlng, no attcmpt bclng
mado by tbe strlkers to prevent thelr dc.
THE JIAlLrtOAD ACTHOBIT1ES.
The raiiroad ofllclals do not antlclpat
any acrlous trouble, ss they believe tho em-
ploycs are eatisfled that rreeldent Vandcr-
bllt wlll do all in hU power to moet tbe de.
mandi of tbo men.
QEN. OABB IN ALBANY.
Major General Carr and ataff arrivcd at
Albany at 12:10 o'clock, p, m., and pro
ceeded to tbo tenth regiment armory,
wliich will be made tho divlelon headquar
THE NINTJI KiaiUKNT.
Tbo nlnth regiment (Col. Flsk's old com-
mand) wlll arrlve in Albany at 2 o'clock by
Tbo wlrca centering into tbo tclegraph of.
fico at West Albany havo becn cut to prc
vent tbe rccelpt of or sendlng dlapatcbea,
ROLLIKO flTOCK MOTED,
For two or Ibrco days tbo raiiroad oftl
ciala havo uioved a largo amount of rolllng
atock, Includlng many new locomotivea,
dllTerent placcs. Quito a largo number of
cars wcro tikcn away on tho Athens
TnE UMION OEI'OT, ALBANT.
At tbo unlon dcpot, Albany, evcrytbing
is vcry qulct. Pasecngcr trains are mov-
ALI. QUIET AT 6CHENEOTADT.
A dlipatch rccclvcd at Albany thls morn
lng annouces that crcrything is qulct nt
Tho authorltlcs atato tbat not in ro tban
onc-tcnth of tho mcn engagcd Id -topplng
trains aro cmploycs of tbc rcads. Opinions
differ as to the compositlou of tbo crowd
at tbe capitol park last nigkt. Occ raiiroad
man Informcd ua tbat a large majorlty of
them wcrc raiiroad cmploycs, wlillo othcra
atato that they wero ldle woibmtn.
AT THE AltSENAI,.
Last night Gcn. Ilagncr doubled tbc
guarda at the arsonal and to-day otber pro
cautlonary measurcs wcro ndopted to prc
vent tho posaibllity of tho mob's obtalning
poiseislon of tho prcmlscs.
AFFA1R3 AT BCrFALO TII1KOS IN A DES
Buffai.o, N. Y., July 2t.
Tho fitalkcrs are growing morc bold and
dcflant. Before tbc dny is ovcr crcry raii
road ccntctlng in tbts city will be Involvcd
in tbo dilllculty. Tho mllllia wcro Ect up
on nnd dlspericd, sevcral biiog killcd. En.
ginccrs aro warncd at tbo pcrll of thtlr
llves not to tako out n traln. All tho Eric
cnglnccrs bave Btruck nnd callcd upon tluir
brcthrcn on otber roads to joln thcm.
Thero will be no resumption of work on
the Erlo untll district fupcrlntendent Tay-
lor and tlic mastcr mechanie arc rcmoved,
Tbo autboriiies are warncd tbat if another
shot is fired it wlll lc tho elgnil for a
TOTAL DESTItUOTION OF HA1LP.OAI) mo
I'KIITY. Tbo Btrikers say tbey do not Btrilto bc
causc of rcduccd pay, but because of tbo
disohargo of thelr delcgatcs who wcut to
consult Buperintcndent Bowen. No trains
of any kind leavc for tho east to-dny. A
great quantity of rolling alock is on tho
eldo track, the destruction of wbicb would
bo cnormous. Tbc depoto are guarded by
militia. 'luo riotera are in etrong forco at
Loulsiana strect, ncartbe round house, and
A OOLLISION AT BUFFALO.
BuFrALO, July 34.
TMil. fnllnwfnrr orn .mnnif llin r!nto
wounded by tbe flring of tbo Wcstfleld com.
pany ycEterday : Wm. Berric;an, ilgbt
slde j l'atrick Brcen, moutb and ncck;
John Clay, switchman, tbrougb tbe lung,
djinc ; W. J. Lickoy, in tbe leg: Fanl
Long, rlght thlgh, badiy j 51. Murphy,
knec, badly. Two mcmbers of ibe West
field company arc repoited killcd, but tbis
TBOOrS ON THE MOVK.
PouaiiKEErsiE, July 24.
Two companlcs of troops from thoPlatte
burgb and Madieon larracks passed bcrc
tbis mornlng cn routc for Baltimore. Tho
St. Louis cxpress train is dlscontlnucd, be-
ing unablc to get through BufTalo.
WE6TEBN MAIL9 VIA OANADA
New York, July 24,
Ycsterday 's weotera mail from herc wcnt
CON8ULTATION IN ALBANY ALL QUIET
The gorcrnor, mayor and cblef of polico
are consulting. Tbe ijorcruor bas just re-
cclred a telegram from Buperintcndent
Tillingbast at Buffalo, eaying tberc Is no
ntCl'OSITION TO THE CENTBAL BTItlKEBS,
Buperintcndent Touccy asturcd tbo New
York Central laborcrs ycsterday tbat tbo 10
per ccnt. rcductlon would bo restorcd at
tbo cnd of tbe moctb.
Tbo 'limts says Vandcrbilt bas tclo-
graphed thc illchigan Boutbcrn cmployes
tbat tbclr wagcs would be ralscd when bus
incsa justlQed It, and rcqucitcd no strike,
Ills meeeage liad little cffect.
SO FAR OCOI).
Tbe Erlo rallway paased a mall paBaanger
train wcatward tbrougb Ilornellsvillo tbis
mornlng without attcmpted lnterruption
All is quiet at tho Buffalo tcrrainus tbis
TIIE BITUATION IN BUFFALO.
Buffalo, July 24.
Thc mob clcmcnt was busy thls after
noon calllng at tbo princlpal manufactorlee,
coal and 61oto j ards, cndcavorlng by per
suaBlon and in somo instanccs thieats to
forco cmploycs to quit work. In most
they have bc;n uniucccasful. Itumora are
nfloat of the lutention of tho mob to burn
tbo round houao of tbe Liko Sbore, wbcro
thcy are now rendcztouacd. General Itog,
cr ia maklng nll possible preparatlons to
guard agalnst tbo Intendcd raovement. The
troopa uow number about 000 and wllli tho
Buffalo and Waraaw batteiles aro ready to
move at a momcnt'a uotlco. Bomo tbrcc
hundred apcclal pollco tavo becn eworn ln
and tbe board of police havo lesuod tbc fol
lowing notlco t "Tbo board of polico de
eire cach and cvcry cllizsn of BuiTalo who
bfllcvcs In tbo suprcrcaoy of law to call at
tbo bcadquarlert of tho polico dcpartment
nnd lake tbo oalh and roiponalblllty ot spa
clal patrolruen without py fur tbo raaintc-
nanco of oidcr nnd tho nroUcllon of prop
erly. Tbo aberlff alao ItsuoJ a call to ovcr
600 cltlzsns for a mcetlng at hls oftlce tbis
evcnlng. The clllzene aro fully arouccd to
tho ucccEflly of tho caao and tho general
fccllng preval'H to put down the mob if
nsceflsary by uxlrema moasurca.
RUTLAND, VTM WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY
TRAINS RUN AT ROCHESTER.
ItooitESTEit, July 21.
To-day tho Paelfic cxpress came through
from Now York an hour latc. At noon
tbcBluo linc frcigbt train wcnton tbcFalls
road under a pollco guard. An englno nnd
tendcr came tbrougb from Buffalo tbis
mornlng. Tbo tbrco o'clock train bound
east on tbc dlrcct road Icft tho dcpot wltb
n good crowd of paescpgcrs accompanlcd
by four detcctivca. Thrco Aubum trains
alao left cicortcd by n pollco forco. Both
trains paascd East Rochester wlthout being
molcstcd. Thc cmigrant train arrivcd
from thc east wltbout hindrnncc and pro
ceed to the Falls.
Early thls motDlng Qcddo's coopcr abop
burncd, loss $7,200 j probably Inccndiary
through Bttiklng coopers. A young man
has bccn arrcstcd for fcrmcnting not.
TIIE ALBANY 5IOI1 SrEECIIlFY.
Albany, July 24.
At four o'clock, the workmen hsvlng
rcturncd from West Albany, agaln met in
tbc Capitol park wbcro inccndiary epceches
wcro mado by a few. Otber epcakcrs coun-
fcled forbearancc. A commlttce wa ap
pointed to proceed to tbo frcigbt bouscs of
tbo Central dcpct on Water Btrcct and
takc possession thcrcof. Tbo men at work
tbcro wcro told to deslit.andsome refufing,
tbey were put out into the strctts. On their
wny down Stato atrect thc citizens' corpa
of Troy wcro mct and grceted whb biiscs
aud dcrislrc abouts, but no assault was
mido on tbcm. Thls corps wcnt Olrcct to
tbe armory of tbe 10th regiment, wboro
tber aro now awaltlm; furthcr orders.
L;av!ng tbc frcigbt houao thc atrikcrs
ncxt visiled ln rc?ular oidcr the rcund
house and clcvator, and forccd the men to
lcavo woik. At tbe lattcr placo graln was
bcing transferred from cars to boats. From
thence tbc mcn eurgcd across tbe old raii
road bridgo apanning thc Iludson nt tbo
foot of Lumber strcct, nnd whcn oncc on
thc Grecnbush eidc tbo attempt wai mado
to tcar up tbe tracks there. Tbis bridgc is
the ono used for frelght trains exclusivcly,
and thc deslgns on tbc trncks wcrc intcndcd
to Btop frcigbt trafllc. Tbe tracks were
flnally eplked on tbo Grecnbush side, thus
etopping all movcmcnts of frcigbt from
west to caat and south. All frelgbt cars nt
West Albany wcro moved wcrt alter tho
riotera left thero tbis aftcrnoon.
STniKEI'.S GUAIIDINQ RAILROAD l'ROl'EIITY.
Sykaouse, July 24.
Thi frcigbt conductora, fircmcn and
brakemen at East Syracuse struck to-day
was restorcd to tbo rato prior to July lat.
Thc raacbinists at Eaat Byracnie, number-
bciiug a hundrcd, alto etruck. Bix tbou
aend frelgbt cars, 170 englnes and 40 trains
of frelgbt are cmbargoed at East Syracuse.
The atrlkerB havo detalled a forco of their
own men to guard and protcct the lallroad
propcrty. They will not iuterfcro with
wltb passcngcr or mall trains. Thcy
warn all outsldera, tramp.s or communists
to kccp nway from them, slatlng tbat tbey
can manacc tbeir own buslnees.
TEAKINQ UP RA1LS.
IIornellsville, July 24.
Tbe remalndcr of tbo 23d regiment ar
rived at 8 p. m. Upon rcachlng Cornmg
tbey found tho track torn up. As tho traln
advanced it was rclaid, tbo atrkers mov
ing forward toro up morc. A aquad of
soldiors waa ordercd to proceed ahcad, and
they dispereed thc crowd. Itails had also
been rcmored a mile eaat of here. Tho
mllltaty now muster 1200. Nodisturbanco
to-day. Tbo cnglnccrs, conductors and
abopmcn bcld aloof from Btrlkera.
NO RIOT EXFEOTBD AT TROY.
Troy, July 24.
Tbc mllitary companlcs of Cobocs, Glcna
Falls, Wblteball and Port Hcnry havc
bccn ordered here immediatcly. Upon their
arrival tho citizens corps gocs to Albany.
Everytblng ia qulct. No rlot is expected,
but preparatlons aro being madc for an
TRAIN STONED IN ALBANY.
Albany, July 21
General Carr ia hcro ln command of tho
troapa. Tho 3 30 train from New York
whcn paealng through tho city wcat, was
Btoncd at Bpcnccr atrcct and again at two
polnta belwccn here and West Albany. No
onc was burt. The 9th New York regi
ment arrivcd Bhoitly aftcrward and aro
quartcrcd at the Delcvan Iioubo to-nlght.
All tbe tracks at East Albany aro now
in good ordcr. Gen. Carr nill movo out to
Wcat Albany at flvo o'clock Wcdncaday
mornlng with tbe 9th New York nnd 101b
of tbis city and Tlbbltfa corps of Troy. Ho
fecls eathfled that no furthcr lnterruption
will occur at tbat polnt.
Troy, July 21.
About 1,000 cffectivo troopa under arma
here to.nlght. Everytblng quiet.
Osweoo, July 24,
Frcigbt trains on tho Ojwego and Syra
cuso dirialon of tbo Dclawarc, Lackawanna
and Wcstcrn havo bccn auspcnded.
THE BITUATION AT PITTSnURail.
New Yobk, July 24.
It haa bcen diacovcrcd tbat no Pittiburgh
mllltla mcn wero killcd by the Phlladelpbia
soldlcrs, but wero abct from tho rcar by
citizens. Thls remoies the last fllraay ex
cuso of tbe Plttsburgb militia for rcfustng
toaid tbo Phlladeiphlana. Many raiiroad
men wcro concerned In tho rlotous out,
brcnk, tbough balf tbo peoplo of PlttB
burgb etlll bellcvo tbo Btrikers wcro not In
the mob. Tbe cowardlco of tbe Pittsburgti
militia la u aubject of complalnt. Not
galllog gun waa tlrcd durlng tbo cxcUc-
ment. Gcn. Latta is unmcrcifully dc-
nounccd for hls fllght from tho city, and
Gov. Ilartranft'a return'promlsca cffectivo
A FATAL BI.UNDEP. AT READIXd.
At Bcadlng, in tbo collislon last night,-1
tho troops flrcd rccklcsBly and indlscriml
oatcly, and citizens condcmn thcm. Busl
nees men wcro unaware of tbo milltia'u ap.
proach. The troops contlnucd flring,
whllo raen, Vfunicn nnd cblldrcn, fled In all
dlrcctloni. it was absolutely dangcrous
for mcn to como to tho asslstanco of tho
dylng. Finally tho suff3rcrs, groaning and
Bhrleklng for water, wcro carried to tbo
drug etorca. Among policemcn on dutv
kccplcg thepavementstlear flvo wcro ahot,
aa followo : Abncr Jonas, Ludwlg Hupp,
Odcn Wcllcr, offlcer Ilart andofllcjr Ilag-
gerty. Tbey rccclvcd no word warnlng
them. Ofllccr Rupp is dangerouily hurt.
Tbo followlng wero killcd : John Wcnvor,
Danlel Nachtrieb, H. C. Schacffer, Milton
Gracc. Mortally wounded: Alcxandcr
Eiscnhower, Albert Mills, a aon of offlcer
Grant, Valcntlno Giafl, Martln Noonan, C.
Ribblc. Severely wounded: Thom&i
Qalnn, II. C. Bcnner, Alden Cassidy, Sam
uel Brown, Elam Klssingcr, Edward Boy-
cr, Frank Bannon, Patrick Quinn, James
Fisher. Many of tho mllitary wero badlv
hurt, among Ihem biing private Steinburg
nnd a prlva'c of company F, who was
struck in Iho abdomen by a rcck.
OEN. PEAltSON DENOUNCED I'lTTSBUIlQHERS
Tha Tribuno saya tbc conduct of Maior
General Fearaon, in command of the Pltts
burgb militia, on Baturday, is dcnonnced
on all bsnde. lle has disappearcd, baving
left on a Bttamboat. Tnxrjavers are
alarmed at tho county's liabllity for tbe
cnormous losaes in raiiroad propcrty. It is
fcarcd that trade will tuffer hcavlly, and
the railroada wlll rcduce Pittaburgh to a
OBDKR AQAIN IS PITTSBlT.ail.
Thc Piltsburgb vigilancc commlttce
aro maaters ot tho sltuatlon. The
mayor nddrcsscd the mob yestcrday, and a
rioter who attemptcd to Btriko him was
promptly arrstcd. Whcn the mob at
tcmpted a rcseuc they were conf rontcd with
pletols and witbdrcw.
At Uarrlsburg the guns capturcd in the
Jlcxican war and planted ncar tbeMcxican
monument havo been dug up and aplkcd,
to prevent tho mob ualng thcm.
Thc tendcr of tho acrvices of thc grand
army of tho rcpublic is accepted. There
aro 27 poats bcrc, and 1,500 mcn will res-
pond promptly. Arms will be furnished
from the aracnal. Tbc polico forco has
becn doubled, glvlng 1,112 additional men.
STRIKE OF MIMER3.
Betiileiiem, Pa., July 24,
Tbe miners nt tho Beaver Brook mlncs,
Audcnreid, struck thls mornlng. No vio
I'.UFriANS SEEK1NO PLUNDEB.
CUMBERLAND, Md., July 24.
Fifty rufllans left ycsterday for Pitts
burgh. Tbo atrikcrs wcnt aftcr tbem in a
locomotivc and brougbt thcm back. At
sevcral polnts Adams' exprcss cars were un-
coupled from tho trains by thc Btrikers.
BnOP HAND3 DR1VEN OUT.
Sunbury, Pa., July 24.
Tbc Phlladelpbia and Erlo trian mcn tbis
mornlng compelled tbo shop bands and ma-
cbinists to etrike. Tbe cxcitement is grcat
but no ovcrt act wai commlttcd.
Sctanton, July 24
Tbe firemea on tbo Dclcwarc, Lacka-
wana and Wcalcrn, Dclcwaro and Iludson,
nnd r.nliich and Susnuebanna roada Etruck
at 0 p. m., (htlr demands for tho rcstora-
tion of ten per ccnt. bclng refuscd. Tbo
men ln. tha cniploy of tho Lackawanna coal
and iron company, numbering 1,500,
struck for an incrcnie of wagea at noon.
Tbo minco aro all tbrown Idlo and considcr
able uneaslnesa Is fclt throughout tbo val
ley. The mayor bas lesucd an appeal to
citizens to upbold tbe law.
Pottsville, July 24.
No coal trains aro running on account of
tho Btrlkc at Reading. Tho mlncs aro
blockaded wltb cars. A general suapcn-
Blon of ralolng Ia tbis rrgion commencca
'rnu mob is cmoAoo.
CmoAao, July 24
Tbo mob wblch cioscd tbe workshopa of
tbo railroails tbis mornlng conllnued its la
bors durlng tbo alternoon, clotlng up man
ufactorlea and all tho ahops wblch lay in
Its way. Tbo mob, wblch at times num
bered two thousacd, was compoBed largely
of bois bctwccn fouit,cn and twenty. All
raiiroad sbops havo bccn cloied. Tbe etri
kcra aro ccgagcd now In etopping frelght
trains. Among tbo tstabllebmcntB cioscd
up aro the followlng i workehopB of tbo
Mlcblsan Central, Illinois Central, Cbicago
and Alton, NortbwcBtern, Milwaukee and
St. Paul, Cbicago, Burlington and Qulncy,
Cbicago, ltock Island and Paclflc, Lake
Sboro and Micbigan Southern. Beaidca
theso tho rabble bas cauaed to euapcnd
operallous Uumpbcll Brothcrs mlll, Bolden.
wock and llenncas's stone yard. Palmer
and Fullcr's eaib, door and bllnd factory,
Buzom'e furnlturo factory, Bchuttler'a
wagon manufactory, Nortbcastcrn boreo
shoe nall company, and many otbcra. Tbc
mayor Is ewcarlng in speclal police in
grcat numbera. Tbo mayor lasued a pro-
clamatlon rccHing tbo atato of affalra and 1
calllnt; on citizens to ald in cnforclng law,
and rccommcnding tho patrol of yarlous
neigbborboods, and tbat womcn and cblld
rcn kccp oft tbc strecls.
NOT MAKIXO MUOH HEADWAT IN ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, July 21.
Thc cxccullvc commlttce of Btrlkera
havo rcscindcd tho ordcr prcvcnting pas
Bcnger tralna to leavc East St. Louis. Tbe
rcccivcr of tbo St. Louts and Boutbcrn raii
road madc a formal requcst of tho mayor
to arrcat thc Btrikers. Tho mayor rofured,
giving aa a reason his inabillty to do bo.
Tho mayor alao refuscd to scnd for mllllia
unlcss under instruclions from tho govcin-
or. Tho coopcra at tho Anchor OourlcK
mills havc etruck. Tho strlkers isitcd tho
Bcventh Btrcct frcigbt bousc of tbc JIIs
aouri Pacific and demandcd tbat tbo mcn
quit work. Thcy refuscd and wcro given
till four o'clock to flnally dccldc. Anotbcr
party wcnt Into tho macblno works on
Grand avcnuo and mado tbe samc dc-
mand. Tho mcn declined, saying thelr dc
mand for the reatoratton of old wngca had
bccn granted. Tbc strlkers ictircd, tbo mcn
continulng work. Thrce hundred Btrlkera
came ccross tbc biidgo on two flat cars and
havc gone to the machlnc sbops. Anotbcr
party vieited Plum strcct dcpot of tbe St.
Louis, Iron Mountain and Southcrn road,
and notifled tbe cmploycs Ihat tbey must
quit work. Tbo agent at tho dcpot telc
graphed tbo general ofllcc for Instruclions,
and was ordercd to cloee tbo depot. A
mcetlng of promlnent citizens adobtcd
mcaaures for raislng a voluntcer mllitary
forco from Dve to twenty thousand strong.
Tho laborcrs at thc Misaouri car woiks at
East St. Louis, wbo struck ycsterday, wcnt
to work again to-day. A dclcgation of
etrikcra cndcavored to induco tho mcn to
lcavo agaln, but thcy refuscd. It is stated
tbc miners associatlon of St. Clair and
Madlson countics, and thc Illicois raiiroad
handa will send 1,000 men to ald tbo atrik
crs if ncedcd.
THE CIIIOAOO AND ALTON SL'SrlNDKD.
Columbus, July 21.
Tbe ofllclals of tbc Bec linc baving re
storcd thc wagcs the strlkers pcrmlttcd thc
movement of frcigbt. Trains wcrc subae
quently stopped by Btrikers from otber
Chicacio, July 24.
Blue Island avenuc slrect cars wcrc
stopped by thc mob for about an hour, but
tho lcaders were arrcstcd and cars resumcd
The Cbicago nnd Alton bas auspcnded
buaincae and discharged all Its hands.
TEBRIULE RIOT IN SAN FRANCISCO CI1ISA-
MEN ATTACKED ATTEIIIT TO BA1D THE
San FitANciseo, July 24.
The worklngmens' mecting numbered
about 10,000. It broko up at 10 o'clock
without violcnt demonstratlons. Shortly
before adjournment a portlon of tbo crowd
numbcring Bcveral hundred, wreckcd a
Chlnese wash house in tho neighborbood,
and act flro to a two Btory framo building
contalning a Cblneso laundry and frult
6torc on tho ground floor and a rcsiuenco of
the family abovc. A white woman was
barcly savcd alivc fiom the upper story.
Tbo mob impcdcd tbe llrcman wbo was
placing bose, and tho building was dcstroy
cd. The mob then camo down Geary
Btrect to Uupont, mtcnding to raidlho Chl
nese quartcra. On thelr way thcy clcancd
out a number of Chincso wash houses.
They now numbered 000 or 000. Ilcrc they
met a atrong forco of police who fotmcd
acrosa tho Btrect. Thc rioters cndcavored
to break tbrougb, but tbo polico stood flrm,
and belnc rclnforccd in baste, by tbc frcc
usc of clubs beat back tbc crowd.
10:30 p. m. Tbc police bold Dupont
Btreat at tbc corner of Pmo agalnst tbe
maln body of tho mob, wbilc a strocg
qu&d is poated nt tho intersections of tho
croas streeta with Dupont, tbo object bcing
to kesp tho mob from Chinatown. Tbc
mob cvldently lack leadcra. It la bopcd
tbat by tho determined actlon of tbe polico
the crowd will bo held in chcck durlng tbe
night, though the slogan of "Chinatown at
1 o'clock," Is omnious. Tho militia rcmaln
at thelr armorlcs, not baylng been called
11:15 p. m. All quiet. Troublo appeara
over for tbo night. Tho crowd hasdlsperscd
The strects Icading to tho Chincso quartcra
aro etrongly guarded. Whllo tbe dietur
bance was ln progrces at tbo south cnd of
Dupont strcct, anotbcr mob number
ing dve hundred to elx hundred, gathcrcd
at tbo nortbern cxtrcmltiea of tbat
thorougbfare, wrccked a fcw Chincso
bouscs and attcmpted to pcnctrato into tbo
Chlnese qunitere, but wcro forced back and
dlapcracd. Durlng thero nttempts to aeeail
tbeir quartcrs tbo Chlnceo roanifcsted mucu
alarm, and carly in tbo eveniDg overy dcor
and shutter was clotcd fast, and not a
Chlnaman wnj to bo eecn. Tbe ' crowd
atoned tbo Cblneso mission, but were scat
tcrcd by tbe police. Tbo flro by wblch tho
building at tho corncr of Geary and Lenven
worlh etrcetawas dcstrojcd origlnated by
tho emaihlng ot a lamp ln tbe Chlocsc por,
tlon of tbe building by a atono tbrow
through a wlndow. Probably In vlew o
prcscnt and poealblo futuro dlaturbancca.
effortswlll be mnde to llect anorgamza,
tlon among tho bcttci class of citizens look
ing o " malntenanco of law and order.
Detroit, July 24
Tho striko Ib general along tho Cbicago
and Canada Boutbcrn linc, and tbo 'loled
and Detroit divlelon. At a roeoling at
Urasso Ialu last night reaolutlona wcro
adoptcd demandlng that tho company re-
etoro wagea, catabllah a rcgularpay day.
and immediatcly advanco thrco montha
back pay duc. A Btock traln transferred
from tho Lako Bhore road to go east via
tbo Canada Southcrn was brought back
Kansab Citt, July 24.
A mcetlng held last nlrht ot sevcral hun
dred laborcrs.railroad cmployca and otbcrs,
rcaolvcd that n dcmand bo mado by train
nnd trackmcn for a restoration of wagcs,
and if rcfused, to ccaeo work at noon. Pas
scngcr and mall tralna will not bo Inter
fcrcd wllh. The Rock Island and Paclflc
waa tho only raiiroad whlch took ablp
mcnts of llvo Btock for tbe east ycsterday.
It now looks as if tbo atrlko would extend
to tbc trades unlons, cspccially tbo coopers.
AFFAIRS AT BT. LOUIS.
St. Louis, July 24.
All thc passcnger and cxpress cara
caat were atopped tbis mornlng. Ono
train on tbo Vandalia road was allowcd
to go out. Thero is no interfcronce with
postal cars. AU cars at tho Unlon depot
on tbis side of tho rlvcr have been taken
up tho road. Tho etrlkcrs say thero is no
middlo ground, bnt victory or dcfeat, and
promisc troublo if forclbly oppoacd.
ST. LOUIS IN SAFE I1ANDS.
At St. Louis Gen. Jeff. C Davls haa ar
rivcd from Leavenworth with two compan
lcs of infantry and taken command of that
mllitary po3t. There waa a noisy proces
sion of Internatlonalists laat night.
TIIE MI330URI, KAN8AS AND TEXAS.
Sedalia, Mo., July 24,
Thc cmployes of tho Mlssourl, Kanaa
andTcxaa raiiroad etruck thls morning,
enying thcy would wcrk no longer till the
tbrcc months back pay waspald and wagea
rcturncd to wbat tbey wero bcforo the laat
two rcductlons. Mo. freight tralna moved
to-day. Pasecngcr tralna run as usual.
LATIR FROM 8T. L0C1S.
St. Louis, July 24.
Thc atrikcrs who camo acrosa tbo rivcr
thls mornlng wcnt to tho Misaourl PaxiSc
raiiroad ahops and forccd thc mcn to ccaeo
work, and alao compelled all train men to
quit. Latcr advices from the west say the
traln on tho Mlssourl Paclflc with troopa
waa not stopped and wlll arrive thls after
nocn. In Canada.
STRIKE ON THE OANADA EOUTHERN.
St. Tiiomas, Ont., July 24.
Thc cmployes In tho Canada Southern
work-shops quit work at noon. A large
number ot euglnccrs, flremcn and brake
men joincd the strikcra. Threats aro made
that the mall traln west wlll not bo allowcd
hour tbc strikcrs wcru pcnuuuvi. .i ji
it to proceed. All frelgbt trains Btoppcd
running. It is tbought tbis will bo the
last passcngcr traln allowcd to go tbrougb.
A mcetlng of mcn is called for to-nlght to
decidc furtber courtc.
F.OADS NOT IN TIIE BTRJKE.
Isdiakoi-olis, July 24.
Tbo strlkers wlll allow only postal cara
to loavo tho city. The Indlanopolis, Cln-
cinnati and Lafayeftc, tho Indlanapolis,
Bloomington and Wcstern, and the Indian-
polls, Peru and Chlcago rcada are not in
tbe strikc, but aro prevented from worK-
ing. Tbo governor nnd mayor dccllnc to
inteifcre, except to cuppress violence.
STR1KER3 RUL1NQ TERRE IIAUTE.
Terrk Hautk, July 24
Tbo strlkers nre in undieputed control of
nll tbc railroads hcro. Rallroads on wblch
trnfllc is stopped aro tbo Vandalia, Indian,
polls and St. Louts, Illinois Midland,
Terre Ilauto acd Danville, and lerro
llaule and Logansport. Thcra has becn
Tbc Wabaab men on the castern divialon
atruclc at noon. Frelght trains are nll atop.
ped, but paeaenger tralna aro allowed to
DELAWARE AND LACKAWANA.
Jerset City, July 24,
Tbc Delawaro and Lackawana flremcn
at lloboken Btruck at 6 o'clock. 'ineir
placcs wcro fllled by conductora and brake
men, and a fow pasacnger tralna arc run
strike fob back pay.
Piiovidence, July 24
Thlrty to foity laborcrs on tbe New
Massachueetts and Rbode Island raiiroad
left work to-day bccause a contractor 1
behlud with hls pay. A stranger, Bupposed
to bo from Now York, appearcd among the
strikcra aad advlscd thcm to burn tbo com
nanv'a bulldlnga. Tbo Btrlkera drove him
from tho yard at tho point of plstola. Ile
fled to tho wooda to cacapa with hls Hfe.
Detroit, July 24.
Thero is no atrike on the Mlchlgan Cen
tral here and none ia anticlpated.
THE C1REAT WEBTERN YIILDI.
Tho Great Westcrn road haa acceded to
tbo wiebca of tbe mcn, consequently every
tblng Is worklng amoolhly. Tbe cmployes
of tho Grand Raplda and Indiana raiiroad
havo dcmandod a rcatoratlon of tbe wagea
paid prlor to Juno lat.
ANOTHER ROAD REST0RKS.
Louisville, July 24.
Tho Louievlllo, Naahvlllo nnd Great
Southcrn raiiroad havo rcetored tbo wagea
rcduccd July lat. A gang of negro sewer
mcn atopptd work and wlthplcke, ehovels,
hocs, etc., on thelr sbouldcrs, marched
through tbe streeta, Btopplng all other la
rRICE TWO CENTS.
borcrs. Baforo nlgbt thero wero eevcral
hundreda, Includlng eomo whltcs. Tbo
mayor iasucd a proclamatlon calllng on
thcm to dlspcrse. Tho pollco on duty aro
doubly armcd and arms havo bccn ordercd
A Bridgo Gives Wny.
ClNCINNATI, July 24.
The mldc'lc apan of tho Ciccinnatl.
Gcorgctown and Portamouth narrow gaugo
raiiroad bridgc, ovcr the Little Miaml, and
wlthln 10 milca of tbis city, Jcll about thrco
m.. prccipating 15 laborcrs down fifty
foet. Thrce wero InBtantly killcd, anotbcr
bas alnco dlcd, and two othcrs were fatally
injurcd j cight othcrs wcrc Ecvcrcly woun
ded. Tho accldcnt is attributed to wcak
War UsriRTMENT, l
UFF1CI Or THB CHIKF 8I0NAI, OFFICSr.,S-
WAaniNoioN July M-i a. rn. J
For New England, southcaat to eouth-
wcst winds, etationary or hlgher tcmpcra
turc, falllng baromctcr nnd partly cloudy
FINANCIAL AND COMMEECIAL.
Haw Tork Btock and Monev Karket.
NIW tork. Jutr 24.
oold quotoa at vay,.
MONEY auntrrl nt. 2urAl.
(lOVEItNMENT BONlld Ilrm.
l'llIMr: Mercanillo l'apcr at 3K5.
CUSTOM HECEIITS, H03,000.
TRKA8UKY illsburscments Jlie.000.
hour, decltao rangins x2,.
Tbo rollowlnz aro tno quocatlons :
H.es '81 rog..,,
a. es 'si coup.,
8. 5-203 '63 old.
do pref 13T
Mlchliran Central. 4oi
Dnlon PaclUo 70
Lake Sbore M.S.. 40);
..8.8-308 '3 now..iesKl
H. D-!iOS'C7 103,'i
8. sa now ioo;i
8. 10-103 rcg.,..112X
Cleveland &. pb'z.. 75
Chlcaeo a:N. W... isj
do rjrcf 4s;,
Cleveland, v. & C 23
N.J. central 10
Itock Island.. 90
Mll. st. l'aul 20
do pref.. ss
currenoy 8 124
W. U. TslegTapH.. 01,
do pret... !2
Chlcago & Alton... soj
facmo Mall.... l,
Adams Exprcss... m
Dcl.. Lack. & west, asi
C. B. & y 87 V
Amerlcan II, U. Ex 41
U. 8. Express io
Hannlbali Ht. Jo. liw
Central I'aclflo... tC7.'
N.Y.C. tll.K. K..
uniou Paclflc H6.V
Bzctiange long. ...aa
ao crcf is
H'T Tork Prodneo Harkst.
Niw Yoai, July 24.
FLOrR RccelntH of G.Vll hnaliola. v.rbi
quotc aa Urm ln lnatonccs. Salea of 13..
000 bush. No. 1 at 13 ooa4 75 : superllne western
and State at t5 ISJI 7S rnmninn ln
good extra wcstern ond stato at J5 75
o 25 j good to cholco extra western
anl stato at 16 40o 50; common to cliolce
wtlte wheat wcstern oxtra t ta 55sta 76;
fancy wlilto wlicat westcrn extru at t so
3t8 75; common to good extra Obto at 16 co
K iio wiTc?.sfafecTcno6sp..H.
Whkat Unscttled, opcnlng ilrmcr, closlng
casler ln lnstances, and 1M2C lower on spr Ing ;
No. 2 Milwaukee at$16.0(fil.C3; do so-caliwt at
1 05 ; No. 1 Dulutb at f 1 67 ; bard old No. 2
Mlnmesota at 11 70 ; now rcd and nmbcr Boutb
crn at f 1 4(K31 63 ; wblte do. at $1 so.
kte .Markei nrm. no, a western ror sep
tomberat7037lc; 7537SO for western; 93(3950
uablxt jiarnct nominauy uncnangcu.
Corh. Kecelpta ot 253.038 busbels. ilarket
about llo bettcr acd fatrly acttvc, closlng
urm ior srot, lois, Dut km'ic aavaoce loston
futuxcs. Salcs of S4S.0U0 busliels. Vngraded
western mlxed at 6C4; steomer mlxcd at
62303c; Now YerkNo. 2 at63G3;;c ; steamer
yellow at C4o ; ycllow wcstern at cco ; wblte
western at ooc.
oim neceipts or is.ocs Dusnels. jiarkct
io better. Salcs ot 32,000 bustiela. Mlxed
wcstcrn and etate at sckssoo; wnlto western
and state at 4063o ; New York No. 3 at 34c;
wblte do at 400 ; io No. 2 at 40o ; do wblte at 47
313 ; extra ats 55c ; mlxcd westcrn at 33(350;
wniteao at nutD-i; mixeusiai.u at aota&vu ;
white suto at co63c.
uat. Btoaay ana uncnangea.
llors llcavy. lrrecular and unchangcd.
Sales ot new castern at S13c ; wcstcrn at S
CorriB. Itlo quoted quiet and lieavy.
cargoes at 16x2oc gold; ob lots at lGX3'-i,Vc
BuoiB. Dull andnomlnal; strlctly fair Mus
covado at 0,','c; rellncd quiet at lle for
Btandard A; 11,','c for pondcrcd; ll'.c for
granulatcd; llfio torcrusnea.
55c for New orleans.
kick ilarket steady. Salcs at 6i.'3C!ic for
Loulsiana ; C7c for Carollnas.
1'iTROLioM uun nna nominai. saiesor cruao
at 7ic; rcnned at isc.
Tiixow-Market ls ilrm. Sates ot ijo.ckxi
pouBds at S'.'o for good to prlmc.
Eoos. Excited and blKtier. Sales ot stato
and l'ennsylvanla at 2223c; 20S21C for west
ern. tMRi. Eosier sates ot new meaa at 114 30
Lard blrm. Salcs ot new prlme steam at
f 9 45(9 co.
ucrraR siarset ia nrm aaa uncnancea.
Sales at 10320c for westcrn ; I3(21c for state.
i.tiiesj jiarket unsettiea. aies at chio lor
common to prlmo.
UHSEED 1(U1C. saiCB at VI VitilSi ia goia,
Xrr Tlicm 1111 il bo lliipp)'.
communlty as dlsbonest pollllclans, nolsy row.
dles, squalllBg cats or bowllng doga under
your lndow. Drlggs' Com and uunlon Iteme
dlcs Btop all commotion, renderlng tbevlctlm
bappy and contentcd. Bold by drugglsts.
Or. J. IlrlggV I'ile llemcdlcii.
ncmorrholds aro frcnucntlr nrcccdedbv a
senso of wclgbt ln tbu back, loios and lowcr
pirt of tbo abdomen, causlng tbe patlcnt to
suppose be has some anoctlou ot tbo kldnejs
or nelghborlng organs. At tlmca symptoma ol
lndlgestlon aro prescnt, as llatutcncy, uneasl
ncss at tbo stomacb, etc. A dlsagreeable ltcb
Ing ls a common altendant. At certain times a
Btlaglng or burnlng paln la cxpcrlcnced, betng
otten vcry scvere ; atter tho fecal dlschargu
there ls more or lcss bcarlns down or tones
mus. iTy BrlBgs' l'llo llemedles for thelr cure.
Sold by druggfsts,
TVarranteit au lleprcaculeft.
Brtgga' Allevantor has marvelous and perf ect
control ovor tbe nerves, increases tho actlon of
the heart wlthoutcxcltlng tho braln, wlll curo
all malarloua dlseases. suudues fover cquallzes
tbe clrcul&tlon, stlmulates tho wcakcned and
alseasod framo al rcstorca tbo suffercr to
healtb. Sold by drugglsta.
Bronchltls la a dry lnflammatlon ot tbe mcm
bnao ot tbe Broncbla, whlchcauses a constant
desira to expcctorate, but wltb all tho erforts
otscraplng, cougblngor sncezltig, tberols no
mucus to bo ralscd, and tbo dimcuttylncrcasos
untll It bocomes cbronlc. Ilrlgga' TUroat and
Lung Healer cures Broncblts and all dlseases
of the Tbroat and Lungs, Sold by drugglsta.
Novcr rnlln 10 Curo,
noadache Who can avold looklng haggard
and old, wbcn the braln 13 crazed wltb paln 7
Wbo can deny tbo fact tbat dlscaso. accompan
lcd by paln, la a greatcr ravager of bcauty iban
tlme 7 J. ilrlggu' Allevantor wlll curo head.
ache and nouralgla In a trtce, aad all Bufforers
wlll ball wltb dollght thls nover-falllng rcmo
dy, Bold by drugglsta,
Tbe Victory la Won.
riles-The agony of Topbet la not or cannot
bo much woreo tban tbe torturo cndured by
mUllona wbo aro troubled wllh lnternal bleod
Ing, external and lteblog pllea. Olad tldlngB
for tbo surrerer. Brlggaf rue Ilemodles aie
mlld, Bateandeure. Ur. J. Brlggs & Co., New.
arlr.N.J. Bold hy druggtats,