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Regulars Charge on Anar
The Scene of Hostility is Now
An Exciting Fight Over a
Live Stock Train.
Desperate Resistance of an
Attempt to Move It.
Yardmaster Badly Beaten ty
Soldiers Advance With Bay
onets and Several Hurt.
Rumors of All Union Labor
Being Called Out.
The Mob in Full Command
Gen. Miles, Unable to Cope,
The Lawless Element March
ing on the City.
Driving Crews From Trains
and Overturning Engines.
OnrAC... July 5 At 10 o'clock
the Michigan Central attempted to
run a live Mock train out of the
stork yards, Ixil a mob of s,000 sur
roundel Jhe train and uneou pled it
in three places. Two companie s of
1. S. troops, who vcri!M'tit for. took
up the positions on each side of the
train. The mol surrounded the en
gine and I he troops were sent for
ward to n:ird the engineer. While
the soldiers were in the front of the
train the nioh uncoupled the train
aaiu in half a dozen places.
Cmar.ii. .),,(. The live stock
train failed to reach the main line.
The, mob blocked the tracks hv over
turning freight ears, and spiking the
switches. When the trainmaster at
tempted to throw the switch, he was
attacked and severely heaten ly the
mob. Troops charged on the crowd
with bayonets, and several jn-rsons
are reported badlv wounded. At 2
p. m. the train was still blockaded.
Two troops of Cavalrv and batterv
artillery and three ratlin jruns ar
rived to re-enforce the infantry and
a train was brought alonji the side
of the vards to be loaded with eattie.
when the emp'oyos who handle the
live stock struck. Jhe train was
finally loaded and started out, but
had gone but a short distance when
the mob overturned three of the box
enrs on the main line, blocking the
ro:id. The obstruction was removed
ami the train again started, the com
manding ollieer ordering tin1 troops
to lire on anyone caught interfering
with the cars.
All I.niier May lip Cilleil Oul.
Clli"..t, June 5. A meeting of
the chiefs of nil the leading labor or
ganizations has been called lor to.
morrow in this city, when it is ex
pected an attempt will be made to
call out everv member of a labor or
ganization in the countrv.
Tlir Mol In Control.
Cllt A;o. Julv fl. The mob. after
"ucccssf ully stalling the stock train
at the yards, proceeds! to the Pitts
burg A: It. Wuvne tracks at fortieth
street, where it held up an incoming
train and compelled the passengers
to leave the ears, and dragged the
engineer and firemen from the cab
and derailed the engine. It then set
lire to the Lake Shore signal house.
(Jen. Miles' savs he cannot order
the troops to lire on the mob without
orders from Washington. lie has
telegraphed the authorities at Wash
ington that he is unaMc to cope Willi
the fitnation here ami asking for re-
u force me n ts. At 2:M a mob of
strikers overturned -i ears at Thir-
l v-ninlh street on the Hock Island
and Lake shore tracks, and at
tempted to burn theui up.
1 he lire department rjuciiciicii me
llanies before muck damage was done.
The mob is now marching north
ward toward the center of the citv.
driving all the tower and signal men
out of the towers on the roads lead
ing to the Polk street depot. The
men arc going out" without excep
tion. VnXrrthi j Kvrnt.
CmcAr.o, July o. me iniitienco oi
United States soldiers is distinctly felt at
IJlue I.land, the sticking point on the
Kick Islnnd. Four companies of the reg
uhira at Fort Sheridan are now there and
have had a very MHitliim; effuot on those
who have bpn defying slate nnd United
States lawn unbacked by beyouets. It
should be said that the strike leaders all
cluiin that the men who have been stop
tKoe trains at Blue island are not strik
ers, bnt noorUu-n who have seized the op
portunity to raise a row. Among these
hoodlums it is also stated there are a
number of the rougher element in other
trades out nt Blue Island.
'o Disorder There Now.
ITowever this may le the locality of the
railway yards is quiet enough now. The
soldiers went into camp near the Rok
Island station and two companies were
immediately put out for guard duty, while
the other tw,o companies pitched camp
aud prepared to take their places on Ruard
at nij;ht. The orders in regard to the
regulars arc tlat their only duty is to as
sist the Vnited Statrs deputy marshals.
The suburban trnk was soon cleared and
trains soon started in both directions on
that line, all carrying to a larse extent
Pullman car?. The derailed engine on
the main line was lifted and the main line
cleared. Fifteen arrests wore tiki do dur
ing the day by the deputy marshals, most
of them on the proninl of violent threats
and disnledienne to the commands of the
Injunction printed against the strikers.
A niotoils Miikrr Arrested.
Tilne Island again Ih-rm to Ivcome her
self last uiht when the passenger trains
Wire comim; into the station and uulo:id
inn luirtime and mail. It now looks as if
everything would tw, f retty marly cleared
up ln-fore very lor. 4 A meeting of strik
ers here resulted In a promise that not a
railroad man would work until the strike
was settled. Probably the most important
event of the day was the arrest of John
Desenfransr, the most turbulent and riot
ous of the strikers, by Deputy United
States Viarshal Gordon, on .1 warrant
charging threats and trying tacsnse riots.
To him is credited more ilisiurhi.nce than
any other, "ilis arrest is considered im
portant." said Marshal Arnol.l. 'He is
the striker who so loudly rained curses
upon President Cleveland and the United
S ates, and t lie one who yelled "hang him
when Marshal Arnold was reading the in
junction. A warrant has been out for him
for some time, lie was also enraged in
turning over the cars on t lie track." ile
carried an nly hilly in his pocket.
NuluUer oTCars lturitril.
A large number of ears were burned nt
""" Aloruan Park nt 4 o'clock ve:er
Uay liiornm. lm- t in;., us of Julie lsiuu!
were awakened by the lira lull, as it was
at lirt thought to be in the northern
suburb of 11. ue Inland. tSupi-ntiteiident
Punlap says l.e does not know to w hom
nil the cars belonged, but some were Rock
Island cars and some C. and K. I., nor
d'ies he know the iiucIkt. ltubert U'Keefe
and J. li. Koers, leaders, aud a l.irpe
number of other strikers were also ar
rested. U'Keefe resisted fiercely, hut mis
overpowered aud kicked up. The strikers
are much iucvused at the wholesale ar
rests. Not So gnlet t the Stoehyurtls.
IJtit wiiiie nil as fairly quiet at Blue
Inland the situation at the stock y.irds
was nearly opposlle. The out look for the
next few dajs is had. The strikers are
composed of an eleiuent whieli has no
r.-sjiect f r law. First Ll'.-titenaut Jame
son, of Company A, Fifteenth regiment,
U. Ja A., with tergeaut Jityer, the crack
shot of the west, ami time ; rival es were
sent to assist about twenty deputies to get
a car off tiie track which had been over
turned the night befur.- by strikers.
The yiult l'ntlcd Away.
Just as the wreck train got back to
Fifty-first street a turbulent mob gath
ered on nnd ncross t'uc tratk. Lieiiutiant
Jamcou and bis four meu dismounted
and at charge bayonets jiroceeded ahead
of the train. Just as they got, near the
switch st. me onj tried to throw it and tried
to ditch the tr:;::i, at. l had it not been for
the lieutenant' eotilness iind nerve arms
would have c lasted. The striker was de
terred atid ti.e lieutenant, afts-r command
ing "load,"' made n cool and steady ad
Vance and t c mob faded.
INSURRECTION IN CALIFORNIA.
Abuiit W hat the Siitualioia Amounts Tt
Militia llefeated, Mritier Ariiiieg.
S.ci:AMLT", July 0. TI:esit!iation i ere
is one oT tii iuc'l rt volt and resistance to
the stale authorities. Two regiments of
state miiilia have marched otT the ground
liefore a howling mob, and ti.e strikers
are i nning with rift s. the (i inbahii
guaid-i having turned tieir nr-enal over
to the strikers. The t wo regiments afore
said Were trom San l'Yauci.-co and their
presence here wildly enraged the strikers.
Wlit.u the soldiers arrived at the station
they wi re greeted with yells of abuse.
It was, of course, kliowu by the mob
that the troops were there to protect the
trains when they v.ere started and the
strikers were wiluiy demonstrative, their
leaders trying in lain to control them.
Their chairman vainly begged t hem to let
the militia alone, but they loudly declared
no Pullmans should he moved. F. Daily
three companies of militia were ordered to
drive the strikers from the station. The
scene was at once tumultuous and the
situation threatening. For a few mo
ments the soldier-, hesitated, then they
wavered, aud then came a blunt refusal to
move against the excited striker. A tew
minutes later idl the troops turned their
backs upon tiie turbulent mob at the sta
tion and quietly withdrew- to the armory.
A deafening shou:. announce. 1 the sec
ond victory of the strikers over the rail
road company and tiieir first victory over
the state militia. Soon after this it bu
camo known why the militia had re
treated. United stales Marshal Baldwin
and the railroad officials had insisted that
th Voops refrain lroni shooting aid that
the) remove the s'rikers by physical
strength. This plan the oflicers of the
null; ia absolutely refused to sanction.
When the troops had withdrawn to their
armory an I the jubilant strikers aud
their sympat hizers were loudly c -h br.it
iug their victory a new source oi damj-T
A Ihk1- of titty strikers appeared on the
stage armed with rules and ammunition.
It was lesrued that, the liariuiildt gu ild
had turned the contents ot its arsenal over
to the strikers. At liunsmiiir shortly
afterward a liody of seventy-live strikers
fully armed and equipped for battle
marched to the Ivnitheni Pacific station,
w here other A. It. U. men had a car and
locomotive ii waiting, nn-l tsoon this
armed IkhIv of excited men was speeding
At lied 111 n tl' a demonstration which
ulso portends trouble was made by the
strikers. Ti.e A. It. U. men there received
orders early iu the day to come to Sacra
mento uud at once began rustling about
t lie town for arms. Finally .uu nil 's and
plenty of ammunition was secured ami
placed In a caboose at the station. Wlieu
the train from IJuusmuir arrived at Ked
Bluff the rolling arsenal aud auotqer baud
ot sinker tukaji ijtoard. At 3;30 the
ROCK ISLAND, ILL., THURSDAY, JULY
train stopped at'Red.Iing long enough for
the strikers to purchase all the available
Soon 1 hey were spading on ngain
toward Sacramento. It is believed the
train will arrive before midtiiglit. The
addition of these excited and desperate
men from the mountain regions of the
north to the riotously inclined strikers
already here portends grave consequences,
and the whole populace is hot unreason
SHERIFF WANTS NO TROOPS.
Telesr:ims Kereived by Coventor Altgt-liI
Notes from tlto Illinois Cait:tl.
Siia.cntl.D, Ills., July 6.-Uovernor
A'tgeld has received the lollowing tele
gram from Brigadier General James H.
B ilkley, commnnderol the S.-cond brigade
o the Illinois National guard, from
M Hinds, Pulaski county: "AH qui.-t so
far. Xne sheriff states t liat t here l.as been
no 1 rouble here lie could nt t handle. He
says he olT.-r.d the Illinois Central otlicials
to move any trains on their trucks if they
would famish men.7' The slicr:ll al
YVehrnburg, Alexander couaty. tele
graphed Uovernor Altgeld Irom Mounds:
'.-'end no troous here. If seut recall at
once. I cau move every train here if Illi
nois Central will furnish eugiiiemen."
About W striking railroaders cougre
gated at the Illinois Central staliou hcrj
and got the crew of the engine 0:1 a pas
senger train about to pull out til desert
tiieir post, ,;nd the trtuu w:.s abandoned.
Hut the road ran all ts passenger trams
during ti.e day. Tiie Wabash got its first
pas-c'.gvi- t.aai in from the east since
.Monday eveii.ug, blaster Mechanic S. W.
Jiflcry, of this city acting ns engineer,
irtrikri-s si:rr.,umled the tr.1.11, and the
lrreman did not return.
o 'reigltt Moving Here.
Trp.r.E IlAiiE, Ind., July 5. For the
Crst time sinca the strike was inangurated
the local roads l ave lieea unable to move
a car of freight. The members of the
local A. Ik V, are circulating white rib
bons among the sympat hiz.-rs of the strik
ers, but iind some difficulty iu inducing
business ricn to wear them.
The Memorial YarhUnj- (-n)i,
(iL.vsr.o'.v. Julv f). Shortlv after
the start in tho Mudhook regatta to
day the yacht Satanhn collided
with and sunk the Valkyrie. All
the crow of the latter were rescued.
The Britannia won tiie race for the
Muir Memorial cup, defeating the
Vigilant Oii seconds.
Itl aek Yes;cr's I'uiteauts.
So sjm aks shakc-pcare o' tho-e d -rk s rolirc
cY.uJj: that ofien sec toa-nnU nitit. Tliey
fore'ell a stortu. Just as purely il. funCioail ir
reirularitii's anil '-enisle erangenienib' frttell
a l;e of ti:tTer:i:g or an arlyg.:ivo. V-c wartiel
by ihesc ey.uj;tr.ms. Tlioussr.ds of on-e ii!tti -teil
woniei! hive drivei auny disease niicl tba'hhy
etkintj i ti Time llr. I'e rci s Fuv:rite rrescrie.
tion. s. 11 1 ror th riott.r's la-iv: in :ti se U'-s
l:;? s vl (ii-eBSeS of wi lueli. 1; ;s profa-t !y
iliasiratl iih w.tod "is una c-.li.tvd evs an I
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