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for Fourth of July special service, as- the strike
assumed a threatening aspen several days ugo and
no one cared to tak- the risk of leaving the city.
MORE TRAINS ARE MOVING.
MANY OF 'lilt: ROADS REPORT AN IMPROVE!!
( OKD1TTON OF AFFAIRS
Chicago. July .'. ?Report! ti the General Man?
agers' Association, as given to the press to-day,
sre td the effect that the blockade on the Chi?
cago and Alton al Bloomington bad been i tlsed
with the aid of Unite,] Stab-s marshals, and rall
train, were forwarded with old engine*
new firemen. Tm- engineers, Sfter a stormy meet
lng. decided to stand by the ? mpany, ai
firemen quit In B b
The Ilaltlmi.re and Ohio and the Norths
SSftorted everything quiet The Istter road re?
pasts a sufficient switching f "ree to hinda- l usl
ness that ls moving. Passenger tralm on the
Santa FV between Chicago snd Denver sre re?
ported as running, United Ststei troops si Rsi >n
are expected to protect that polnl and lift the
blockade. The Hm lingi.n situation is im?
ported unchanged. Wliconiln Central trains
are moving, and (ice were
brought, int i Chi ago by thai i 'ad to?
day. Chicago and Northern Pacific daylight
Buburb-an Hain-, sro running, nlghl trains l lng
discontinue! on a >unl of the strike, The Chi?
cago ami Gatun ' Ten Inal reports thai ,1 suffl
clent number nf men returned to work this m til?
ing to enul.le the "Iii-"-: I 10 DI ' " - ll ' 'Ul I
promptly. Th.. Chicago and Eastern Illinois re?
ports Bone i iiaenger traine running, the Illi?
nois Central that ll hai more men than lt can
use, and th.- \i ke Piste li sewed up rleht. The
Michigan Central is running all trains, thc Mil?
waukee road's trains are running about "ii
time, although tr-..ut.le was experienced al
City; snd tnins u ex] ecte I to move rapidly to?
morrow. The pa) handle official! say they are
receiving perishable freight RU frelghthous a
are open, and men en iugh have been si ured to
operate the road The Wabash |< moving inch?
ing bur passenger trains. At Lttehni ld a ca bo >.e
wa. set on tii.-. then the oil house and (reighl
houses were burned. Thc Monon is running
passenger t rat at), but freight traffic ls .suspended.
The Grand Tr mk situation is Improving u I
the Chicago Great Western trains are fl
On the Rock Island official! repori tralm i
and trouble with the striked*
The United Bl it< ? Man ti il Biresti 1 D, D.
Donovan, an American Rallr a 1 Union organizer,
this evenTng f,.i boarding a nain al Kankakee
and trying to Induce the ? nglneei to sti
era! Mansger Wo d. of th* Pennsj '
reports from Cincinnati that the situation l? Im
provlng s*)d no trouble is expected. Ai River?
dale, on thc Panhandle, thi people refuse l
the marshals food ot provide
datlons, and th.- rallr sdi are caring for th"
(ifflcers. A commtttet representing '
men on tl.- Bell line waited uj m Pi
Thoma! thli morning and announced tl they
-would perform their unties. The Wai I)
menl ls reported by the general m
have ordt red two compsntei from
Fort Brady, Mich., to Chicago, by special train
Three men gaggi I and bound the operal
the Eastern Illinois at Weat Union. In 1
night because he would nut I i trlkers,
The Burlington road waa make a call
for police protection si Weatern-ave. on account
of the action! of the mob , pre.
The Illinois Central hus Issued a notice to ihe
frTtrikers that unless they return to work Im?
mediately they Will bv dis.hinged
places filled.
Trainmaster Wrighr. ,.f rh.- Michigan C
was reported st ihe Msnsgera' hesdqusrl
have been hit In th- head with a brick while
he was attempting to throw a swit h at the st tk
Yards. He was ktiockM Insensible, bul after
being eared f..r by a d"-t"r he p n re?
turning to work.
DEPARTURE FROM THU STOCK YARDS
UN'HNE UNCOUPLED AND CARS UPSET, DE
6PITK THK PRBRENCE OF PO
LICK AND Tia
Union Stock Yards Chicago, July B I
this morning the Michigan Central Company at?
tempted to mn a live stock train of sevi
out of the yards. J. 'i Riley, superlnten lent of tb.
yards, acted as engineer, while Trail
Wright did the switching. A crowd of ni irly 8,000
men and boys surrounded the train, ui
In three pluees and boat led the engine. A
ot forty police officers were lent over to tht
road tracks In patrol wagons, and c" (.led In
clearing the engine of intruders, and a i Hi *a ia
sent to Dexter Hark for thi I'nit- 1 BtStSl troops
Captain Hartz and two companies, numbering
about eighty men, quickly responded an 1 took up
poa!tlons on ea'h sile of the train Tb,- ntl rb sur?
rounded the engine, and the troops were lent for?
ward to guanl the engineer. While the soldnrs
were in front of the train, strikers uncoupli
train In halfva dosen places snd booted and leen I
At ll o'clock the tran: was on a side track, and
a mob of nearly ? In th.- yar li
and on bridges, "trying to prevent lt from gi li
A call was then Beni t" thi mllltarj amp for mora
troops, and was responded to by troop. H and K,
7th Cavalry, and Light nattery H. is' Artillery, with
three guns. Th> cavalry were BtaUont i at th* main
entrance to the Stock Var.ls, and quickly movi
mob back off of the railroad tracks while tbe
infantrvmen look up " position al the southern en I
of the v.r.te, to pn-vent the crowds from gathering
on the trarks at tha- end. The Gatling gui
?placed in position betwen Root and I
ats., and command.-] a clear apace "ti the ra
tracka for three block*. Tie- .\lb'.man Central
train of empty cars was brought le the
Stock Yards to load with ca?
ul the vards who handle me stock Ino. '
quit work Officials of the road took the pla.
the strikers, and made slow progress In loading the
cars.
At 11:4.11 O'Clock the Michigan Central Karel Ha
train, under escort : i nlted State* ti ipi When
tlie str.kers s itv tbe train moving, they r ii
the tracks ahead of th'- troopi toward Hal.ti
at., and overturned tbr. t box-cars on (he main
lina, completely blocking the road. Off!
Frock lards went to w uk clearli
from the tracks. Orders were given by thi
mending officers of the regular! lo fire u.un?
person caught uncoupling or interfering wltl I
8oon after U o'clock the officials sui ? led In
clearing the overturned box-car* from thc -rack*
and the train was again started for thi
J *v*?r>" troops K and I: ie j the wa)
tracki. clearing the mob. whi!" I :vm"n
were strung out In Indian b ?)... .'..? ,..
length vt the train. Toe train passed n un Fortl
etn-st.. amid booti and curaea from th* mob of
n^an and women who gathered on the itreel ?
When the train reached the main line the ti
returned to the yards Hnd began work prepare orv
to taking out Nelson Morris A Co ?? iln >f
beef. Twenty-two special policemen li
pf Nelsen Morrl* ??. Co gull work thia morning
when asked to escort tills train, com?
pany has ln-on trying for two dayl
The train ls now guai li I - a company ol
States troops. The Lake Shore Road refu
give Nels..:, Merris ar. engine with which I
the train, say tnt: lt would not attempt t
any packing-house cars until lt w?s abb- io i in
the mall train.
All of the big packing houaea are completi
down, with the exception of a few men workimi
In refrigerating departments. Th.- e..ul supply ls
rapidly diminishing, and from present Indira tl na
the ice-mnklng department will close in a
two. This will involve a Ins* of neatly J,
worth of dress,, i beef now it. the refrlgeral ira.
OTHER TRAINS HELD UP.
PA8fiENOKHS COMPELLED TO ALIOHT AN'I> EN
GINtMbN DRAOOED OUT?A MONAL
TOWER BURNED.
Chicago. July ,1. Th- mob if strikers and ayra
pathlzers which had been throwing cars off the
track In Hie BtOCh Va: is district after
stalling the Mlohignn Central freight train at For
tleth-.t.. proceed -I f. tbr Hi:'-bur.' and Fort
"ayne track! at Fortleth-st., when they held up
n Incoming train, compelled all pat i leave
e car* and dragged the ? ngfnet i an I fireman fram
cab. They th'-n fer k'- all the glass in -he cnb
d got the engine off the track. The mob then
rS.n up to Fortieth and clark ats. and set fire
to the Lake Shor. signal Bonito. All 'hts tim* thc
United Htatea troops wera up st Hals'
lng the Michigan Central train General Mlle* is
In command ot the tr opt In tbe Block Yal
trlct. and aays h?- cat.net order bli ti
on th? mob without orders from Washington, Ile
hal triegraph'-d the anti* rr blngton that
.-..)*? ia unable to cope wita tb.- situation hen
* ' ".'taking" 'or relnforceni-nts.
3 Thr .pet-la! train fran Blue Island, carrying two
""" companies of the 15th Regiment to th I
trouble between Forty-third ural Pl.
cn the Hock Island tracks, arrived lhere il noon
A corporal-., guard ot soldier* wai itatloned in
slde and outside the tracks and on thi len
the engine, lt wu* found that the t*ak* Shore
through train had been hold lhere for an hour.
car had boen cul fr'-n, the rest ot the tra
were moved a bh.'k away. A '."?'' '"'^"" i""
resounded to bv a force of r-lvty -Ric it Tbe
t^fti wV. coupled together again under
Jrollcc protection |o Fifty-first-.., ?"- re it -aaa,
held until the arrival of the soldiers' train Then
lt waa started without further trouble. ,
As soon as the soldiers hail be-,, ordered
the car a mob of several hundred came toward
them. *Some of the crowd got unoer a line of box
cara .lading next to the fence, and Ll*u enant Ja?
mieson, of Company C. l-n n muu?l of ao
quickly drove them off. The rest of tin crowd were ,
driven back along the track, li) a p.ato m of soldier. ,
at th* point* of bayonets. A few of rh" Crowd were i
too alow tri moving, and were started by the bnyo- i i
aeta. Soma atone* were thrown out of th. back 1
1806
Laundry Soap
Made try COLGATE & CO., EsUblthed 1806,
i yards of hi the tracks but no on* was
; hit. Th baggage of the soldleri wa. unload-.1 at
Forty-fourth lt., and th* soldiers will remain in
camp Bl that paint, if necessary. One of the crowd
was arrest* I b) deputy marshals,
A Bock Island expri n fr ..ai the Weal itl
; to follow ih>- train bearing the regulars from Hine
the .-uv. ran at Fortleth-si th* train
tally blocked by the striker*, who had
: (brown (lat--ms aero.* the track. The mob In?
ti).- flr-'iuan to get out of rhe ca'.
? : rk Hubh ll, of thi Superintendent's office, of the
lb ,k Island wai severely Honed while attempting
? - -b- Blue Island ipeclll bearing thi io
db rs. md the mob burn.-1 a Bock Is', mi freight
a : Fortleth-st., and would hare demolished th
r at that p Int bul ?' ir tl.ff TU of th
Police ml Fire departments.
THOU8ANDS THROWN ('UT (>F WORK.
THE ILLINOIS STEEL COMPANY FORCED TO
CLOSE ITS WORKS ON ACCOUNT
OF A KEW STRIKE
??::*. July 5.?Th- ? firemen, train?
men and switchmen of the Calumet and Blue IJ
land Railroad In th- SoutOi Chicago yards of thu
ny \\?:u in strike tl I p. rn. pivinr three
notice. As t 'be switch
ro plant of ? I
Company, lt for ? I thi closing of the worici
i' *i nu any, thro. lymeni up
.--, aear -ely recovered
at lon ?? i I-- n Inter,
Slxty-flvi freight handler, of th* Illinois Central
wenl ". strlk il 1(1 ' Ioctl to-dnj In ymi
-'.?ii the switchmen, brakemen conductors an I
me i, re now oul
? ? the (r*l| it
lilocka ? ? r* and brakemen on the North
have 1- ided to rems
Thi lake i . lines gave up their efforts to lill
oul cargoes to-d.iy, ni their booti ar" being aent
out poi -i' 1.
??*> ?
STRIKERS TN THE HANI'S OP THE LAW
:::.:\ MEN ARRAIGNED BEFORE COMMI!
-bli HOTKE IN" CHICAOO
lg j. July ,1 F cir ? -r- ; i- - ? rs w, -
'
ii . bel
: by l 'Istrl t- \
Mllchri ' T n ?' the number wer* am ted by
? (he tr u bli * i ? Blue 1 ? it!, an-!
"v ..n on- of the trains which ran
(ten i\ hilo :..iir n ore wt re
arrest) la for refus!
gi t off the tracks an I app'o ?' .
rsl ila
n a' T v
ty-nlni ? . :? i '..
n ? ? the ' I rei nm< ii Bu ng (rom
:h it p...nt on the cabli -iee f.-ar* i-ing enter.
mlghi : il:.
of the .tatton and attempt s rescue. Ba ti man
was hal
?a- Q of the reg dara al
and ai ? ler n the r. ir ihe prisoner, were man ? I
. Twenty-nlnth-sl to Btate-at., inK.:: b)
\ '??!.--?-? . and 1
Building Not otc of the number attn
<? Most ? f 'h?-m w-re r illi ia I m.
.-ho hi di monal? ilIvs al Blue
to ault the authorities while foui who pre
ld that the]
? ? ? ? ? thej ha 1 a
thies ? - run awn.eli
a.- b Mr Mlichrlst a as Inc'.li ?
?
(TOW
Blue Island, 111.. July .'. charl-? H. .der. a Blue
Island police officer, was arrested tfii* morning by
Deputy United States Marshal Allen on the charge
of Interfering with a United Btate* officer in tha
performance of rds duty. Becker li Ihe officer who
: on a guarded train In th. Sahl with *(rlk.-r.
and symp itnizet s rai Munda) and attempted lo ar?
rest! rsl il Allen for obstructing a .tn i
A STRIKER KILLED
WHEN TUB MO!
AGENT GREGORY
]'.V AN OFFICIAL
r> i BTOP HI! ENGINE,
. IRE
Chicago, July ;,. Bullet! Hew In thc stock
district at dust; to nlghl i big riot mus
?ly averted. Just aft< Hork
tr iln bud le. ti taken back, and the regular I
departed Special Agent Gregory. "f the Wi tei
Indians road, attempted to take south un engine
Snd wavar. At FOTty-fOOrtb-Bt., however, he WO!
ijopi ed by an ovi la mob of *
rrgi t tl . pted i
pture ll I -raw lng hil revolver, Orei
wai leaning out ot "Ju window, (ired -ix Hi
Tk .. ol ihe shoti took effeel
wounding "Ed" O'Neill, a striking switch?
man, and tb. other passing through thi
of a wa. quickly tak--:, away hy lils
friendi The mob commenceil !? throw r ?
the ? ? gil ". bul tha man at tha thrott
th.- levi t v. Ide open, and thi tl '
A thousand of the i ed to keep up win, it
but were distance L
SCARCITY IN EASTERN MARKETS
SHARP ADVANCE IN' Tin: PRK'i:.-i OF HEBE AND
FRUIT! HOMEOROWN PRODUCT! IN DEMAND.
july s (Specl lil. ti ?? prk.f I- ? r
i ,\ The n, ?
i '? a,- ? ' lie rn irk- ? was ut 1. asl
1,000 he ld I .... ; ' ? ? ?- r ; -
? ,* ern houses - thal
Uttli itock on bind and pre Ucl i famine (or r.- al
Ichera are or li ?'? o- cattle fr im
n : ,,il part* ol Hits Bl tte, In I
... rketi to-d ?? prtcea for all kind* of meal
hi ! i 1 to I i | ind.
:??.;>? :.. -\ famine of California fruit will
un loubi .- the East lt the tie-up
railroad, ot the Weal ls sol br ken within the
-
be.-ii such a scarcity of fra!'* fr ca thal part "f
.1 nev A's the supply dimlnlshei
prlci ;. upward with rapidity, bul In spite of tbe
advance* .:. price the demand f? : the lu
num?
ber ? ? ' flirty a
w-ek. ' 'nz ? ( th* BtrlV a on'.y
irrived. Ta ?nty cars, each
?? ? i .
? i f 0ver {20
' ? ? .
The strll ting the I
- city over (5,000 a dav on arc,,,mi ,,f tt,.- non
Of gOOdl
I from f's '
pit ?'?.-:. y-t by - i
. , .
Kkt.errles,
p.,-,-... um* in i I-." ? which havi In
' . i
f irw ird and i I ? ontr il
irset _^_
COUNTENANCING LAWLESSNESS.
THE MAYpH OP IPRINOPIELD ENCOURAOES THE
BTRIKERS TO OBSTRUCT TRAPP1C THE
MILITIA rALI.ED Ol'T
Springfield, III., July E The Governor has again
n the milli t In the suppreasl tn of
-? ri n Illln ilt. Since no ni : .-day tha
Wai. i.h b is been trying I - gel Itl t I
for Decatur oul ot thia city, Il cami In here In
charge of an import"! engineer, who laid he would
ick ..r know tha reason why Aboul SM
itrlkers an! lympathlxera crowded ar .and the train
and l ,u i:> . a. iunci l th* engineer*! action, and for
ked erl ?.!--. At 7 p m. 1
nd lt la now known thai hits
? ? i :\ were .adv in linc with the Btrikers'
pole y of delaying tl
Thai Mayor ol Springfield told the crowd this
afternoon thal they were perfectly entitled to stay
un the trucks ar long ss they committed no n : ol
ia mediate!) after tb!* speech United
? Marshal Brlnton, seeing thal bc could do
nothing, ask ?i thc Governor (or troop* and ai - *?',
(hil ?-?,-. nli... tin..?: ' Ihe 'ali Infantry
arrived here from Taylorsvllle, Heardatown and
Belleville, and proceeded to ib.- Wabash station
Th< remarks "j tbr Mayor, however, encouraged
and em!
WILL Till: STRIKE
Pittsburg July 5 There
REACH HiTTsncni;
ls now an Inttmitlon rhm
Ihe railroad strike may reach Pittsburg. Charl.-.
Naylor and J, E Roe, th* organiser! of 'he Amer!
.-?ni k.-H.-..-:\- Union, who cam.- to Pittsburg Tuee
<\i\- night, itated this evening thal th*y expected
in support of th* Iglkc from thc rall
..-ii * union inr,- -k maaadpfetlng will be held
?tow evening which will i* addreaaed by tha
snd local labor leaden Mr, Maj
i..r s-n to-nlghi thal ti.xtstence ot organised
1 ab. r on railroads depends upon ttl" r'-sul! of the
pr
be bi!'- in supp-ut of the railroad men
press from ("hlc-igo nvr the Pittsburg.
movement. Hr said that the sentiment
inn.:.i- local railroad men ls very str tn H* re?
in night from I'r...|d. ni Oeba mat?
ine thal by io-nen,jw night all organlaed lii*>r of
. will bi
. | -X|
Kort Wayne and CWeago Rollwaj came in to-day
with the windi wi of a Pullman ileeplng car and the
dining-car broken, and other murks of violence.
Repreaontativea ot tba Wabash system win be in
Pittsburg t ? rn Trow to employ min to r.pino- those
wh" have enraged In n sympathy strike.
Athen Trnsi-llnu,
l\ li-ib'-r en i ot I a?ln-*s, mk* -m rr*-jr trip
i bMite "f Byran ? f Fig*, t* li tri* m'*t | Irotsntly rind
?ff*, tually rn rh* kiarie.-*, liver an! bowel* pr*\?tiiln?
'ever*. h.adarhaB arri >th*r f"rm. ..f .leith.***. Foe .alt
n Vi and ll l,..i'l<-t Ly all l.diilr.f ilruifl.t*. VI.nu
'acturva foy (ht California Pig Syrup Co. oin)'.
I Cl
LABOR LEADERS TO MK KT
TO DISCUSS THK QUE8TION OF A GEN
ERAL SYMPATHETIC STRIKE.
A. R. U OFPICIALB CONPER vt ITH MW'O' lt P
KINS ARD RIB COMMITTEE GENERAL 11 v N
IOERS DON'T WANT, T" MEET THE
STRIKER! MS PULLMAN TO BS
ASKED TO ' ' 'Mi: BACK Gi -VER?
NOR 11 TOELD AND THE
ri:io:i: m. TRi
Chicago, July :.. The only n mil of a confer
held ti day betwe* n the Ma) or and Coun
Corni ilttee and the union oftli inls was n-,,
establishing "f the faci thal (he manager! d<
t i wan! t ? meei (he strikers, which is con
sldered by President Debs ns an Indoriement o
?b.n tak-n hy him: and th- rurther de
eli on tl '."f and the committee aend i
r qu *1 In thi name ..f rh- ciry of Chi
M. Pullman, requesting thst be n
Chicago nnd meei hli men for the pui
arbitrating snd settling the strike In the Pull
man simps. In this meeting the American Rall
way Union, it ls sgreed, will n >l be rep
ifflcislly. If a consent ih ill he g line i I
rwlse th" fr .ui'b
?? be Incr. ? 1
Presldi > ? I ?? and the directors met repre
tentative, nf the Chicago Typographical Unloi
his afternoon and wen* infuri I I
ai- shown thal inj . md could t??-ul* from sud
i move, every union printer In the . itv would
itrike In sympathy with the American Railwa)
[Inion. They now only awnlt tli- pi ':?? ?
lu-' ii tiri a r queel fi om the uni ti I
itrike.
At the i fti ? ? ni nfl i n ? lt wa i at rang :
hat a meeting ??: tha l* i lera of all the National
ab ir nrgsnicstlona ? ( tt"- r itntry, ln? ludlng I hi
[?yp (graphical Union, shuni 1 !?- cnlleil Thi
? ? .,1 nf ihe N ?'
viii be here to-morrow, nnd it his bi
hat a h. - ting nf i il be held al b
In thi mm r tht purp -?? of dls
the ,-i'u..ii.n ni rtalnlni
ir id iii- tn 'mi-, i ai f being calli
ml b- :' ?-? the holding ol
1- Hi- f: niue lt W ll giV( li "in bl th'
to-day that, unless n change should o
norrow morning, a general itrlki nil laboi
. Ith the A. H. U. ami
n uid bi ?? i Ight,
Al the meeting of the . i irruw il
s likely that ? mon.ti r
ind symi ;
dace to 1
Mr Harp i. m afton ? ??? ? ntlng the
i thal he had
,.-. n unable I ac imp lah an; i < '?nfi r
. arith ii.. . :i lats ? t the Fli I National
'.auk. which Institution holds large blocks ot
allr ad at ? k Th illed for
h" pt.11 se ol I. owing
. the fatluri I ' ' d'
entatlves, nothing was , I
- iv that the motl r ha md tht ii
Pn stdent I '? bi announ ed te 1
?lit geld bad I*, -ii prei ai
.. Investigate the :' arm' 1 Fi lei tl
ro pi Im ' thi Btate I I sent oi
(Stati mt I ri I
iEBS'S STATEMENT "TO THE PUBLIC."
VT ; i"
. i b in ax:
SYMPATHI ii l
' '
he VII!"
? ?
he Publ
'
?? ? ,
to al
Ul a I ? '
.......
'
i-orien. ha i li '
lona ago] wy Boola
.wa of 1
tr i
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11
I
?
r ei
from i
rig 1
.
?
?'omtn lb
- i
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Bte! of -I
s
' .
? '
. I'ulln ?
.. I- ? . :. ? ll taken Ul ?
.ri I?- ii on ? i
rp ii Hit*- i-.uit th- trouble va. confined to the
'ii ll rn ii. '' mi an> an i Hot* hen,
I.. ? i n- i a
?
tbe ordei of tl
.ml Pullman cn- ?
.'??m. rn railwa) . mel ind I issi
,
lld the Pulli
mploye., thal ti.*- b/uu pu ir* and
, : .
,m.rican 1
'
hem, * i to -; -ak. to
tai veil em pl ? In tms way i
'
i I to an ext'
rmlni
Ithlll I lie l-c ll . . , -. I
? a . itt* n ii,a t view thi itlook wi)
rn .? a-,, thing should,
he Amerli an p- pie ur- ii pe ,.... |.,. ,,,g .
icy mi..
'
nd order. .
? ? 'n fair p
i: i dli ? norla! ileftani -
?'?'' "" 'he i an i f un a'.llan.f cc;, and p iwerfui
'! I" r.-itb ;,
What can be done t , ip,, | n?. apprehension that
?w prevail* ano reaton pt... ?? .n. | , .nn.lci.*
h.- Ami Hi an Hallwai i i lon, le who ?? a ithurltv
l In wi,is, i, a, ,|f tht. tutemeni la rn uti
.dy, hat from the i eui ni
D-thlng In Itl power, provided it w honorable -,
Tl ls. brief! ? ? ls the position tl
thal tht i
Bl 1 Os ? m; lt,) . | an I .
? to i- ,-.,,,1 '.?:.'. ? that I laltei ? ll ? p| ai,.
and where the) fall to agree, let ihe
lints In dispute be iiihmttled to arlrltratlon The
leatton of ii- rei ignition of the American Hui.
a) i 'nlon or . ny nthi i org inti ii lon i- ?
"' the Pint of n 111 ill in
?e anim ile ai I govern both Hi e* and
. b- nu trouble it. rea tl ermin
a: wal -
?ri.-, Iel the railwa) ee tn re ??.,,.
i iheli employ - to their altuatli.ni without preju
. ? .I ihe iron bb h I! I* ei
ive no*
.- posit: ti of i
il ?
.1.'??'..;,
but w< lt til! i m.
Ith -hat the truth w'.'l (inti!) and pow- full) pr*.
I! We ta .r c m.-- |. just ai
. ' i
re in i mp i
' k. Lei thi wi. a
irnl
" tn n ii. me)
Lil.ot ? j
np!) followi theil example ir :i,, pr r -lui- |*
lou .' 1 lefi neible, Iel them Mts: sh
laboi will .tan I by lab ;
ian Isa Hom wit! not te called out, hu- -h.-\ witt
out; ai if Mr Pullman, fanni I
th breexes of th. Ulan'.li a hil*
? ttarvlng, ls ntl
loo wag* worki rs from g ? . u* by
? only meal - u their comm ind I ?
? ? tan 1 read) lo lo om par- .,.-,- .r i iv, r-b <
rlaii
rio- statement closes arith thane words
f the corporation* refuse lo vi-.d. and stubbornly '
:- "nothing ra *," the '
rponalbtllty tr whai ma) .i*u,. will i** upon I
ur own | escape lia pt n- i
?
ARRBBTEJO l'i ii: WIRK-TAPI'fNa
rt '"? ? i . July .'? ? . i" .r rot,.,
dr-iwmoa ss John Adams, J C Med
drews and S. li Bounden*, huv b
1 charged with wilful an! BBallctottS con
Interfere with the Lake Shore BSd Vt
dori wins. The men have b?< n milking Erle
marten for a week or more, and bal*
i, going oul of the city on th- Lake Sher.- road
.-rai ral ea to a <: -p gulf, where they hal been I
iplng tha wires tt i* t , night thai
rklng in thc Interesi of th* itrlklrg railroad n.- n
1 were sifting 0m the corr of officials I
tha us* of Western ;abor organization! and
itrike leaders. The mm have sot had a hearing
ri:
Railroad employe* say thnt iher* ls now every
Ind ration that the strike will extend East on the
Lake Sb :.? _ _ _
THE MILITARY ASKED FOR.
NEEDED AT POINTS ON THE UNION ANO
NORTHERN PACIFIC.
rivi: COMPAN1B! ORDERED TO OODtBN, UTAH?
OMNI BU! INJUNCTION IBS1 RD AT CINCINNATI
?INCREASING TROUBLE IN DETROI1
|:t.i ?'K'Al'l: RAISED \T BLOOMINO
TON, ILL.- ORDER AT .-["tx
( nv -THE ITRIKE IM
THE BOITTH.
Omaha, July 5 Tin- (Inion Pacific luis rs*
? l th- United stabs Government t *
as sri tn ??>-.- ? i y in Wyo?
ming an! Idaho to reii"v.* the interference with
ti .iii" by strikers. Tills, it ls taken, means
Cheyenne, Pocatello snd perhspi other cities.
The Id Regiment United Btatei Anny, is held In
waiting, read) to move upon a moment's notice
to Chi ag '.
Mi. wa uk"". Jul) .V Judge Caldwell, ..f th"
United .-'tat.-s Circuit Court, wh jurisdiction
in i'i.l.-s .ty of the Ststi ' . .1 by the
?-rn Pacific Railroad, yesterday sent ? dla
pal a to tin- reci ivers of the Northern Paclfl
at Ht, Haul, and ? copy wsa trunimltted t< R
elver Payne In lt he urges a ''-ill for troops t .
the N irthern Paclfl ? pr ipei '?
Thi ti:* ne ii, switchmen and trainmen ot the
St. Haul raliway went out yeats loy. Th- tiffi
? isis of the road sre firing ' I riger
trains ol the Northwestern road ran regularly
' lay.
Sall Lake City, July 0.- Five i in p mli
United States troops were order. I to O
? from Fi rt D luglsss. Tun mi n were
i |y Injun l In ? itrest quarrel inst nlghl
ti ike. William Thornton, s privsl il
I- * i ? ,1,1,.-.I while In the itreet
? md died s few m.tunes sfterwsrd.
?,. rig i* -1
?I, Julj ?'?? Judg( a Taft .md Lurton,
Until ! Btatea Court J storday iMued sn
? iininnis Injun.a. 'I ?''??
? . the me Issue 1 at
\ i'.,, - ip*- ike and ' >hlo freight was held up for
urs an l a I. .ula llb- and Nashville freli
All the swltch
lii the <' >\ Ington
and Newport carls SI
III ... ngl ?n. Ill . July .'.. M ireh I Brinton and
hi.*-, di urned . ontr ?: of the yardi j
. lV ,. ? were placed. At 5
k ih- (flrnt tram. r and m ill (>t
.. i 11 withuut n md il
nine tralm hid left here, i tearing the
toon, ni . July ,v Th- lituation on the Big
I' mr ? it Th
re of hiv i. ifii" r Injun I > pi ip rty.
now eight p issi i ger tralm sti ind -d
l i lg, and ah ul three hundi
ai-.. .-. iken to th"ir d
T ... firemen have frequently offered tn Iii
through provided the Pullmans were
, III.. Ju I ' Big Four
i .. 1 : ?
x . ? , .
Mlnneai J
\ '
: ? ' ? ?'! ri
' ?
.'
dar I v '
.-?;? i :.'?:
.
?luiti
-
i-f .lind t"
h.- spl ? ? .-ral .-.irs which had been pieced
: ' . be movei Thef
' ? kera, Ar?
ter. I rn
? t a bett tilt ii of
. i ?? ? . In I-'.ii lng Hi
iwever, tin
...
.
.?,,.1
be .-lent. 8
?
I thc
ide many arreal
d ,i
Vinson CH l ra, July ( t two < nglnea
nt ol Mil
I St. 1 islne*. is | ?
The Iowa i antral shops am
ill trains were nu ?
lets ?!
tmim.i n. 1 ia i Julj
? H- il \v. stern, !?-??' ired
vein on Tn
'.;- ton, i 'i.ar,.-. l-l Ly. n
imp -ix mil.s below lown t. summon
State. ' mmls.l ner Hobbs to I lubuque
tn sign the mfiii ia ung m in
bi,:
' iHibuqui , nd wai
I and dii-apltnl
Irons M :. . July 5 Tue miners' itrike
by a strike
a and br11
tb) with the \
i !':.: .ri In ?? inaequi n
ibandon at
r shipment, si it wu* im
riklng
with t,hi
ired
I >eti lt, Jul) ' The iii'- ls ipread
i ?
l: .miler t. Grand II -I Mil?
waukee til the Bruih-il Station are ,,ut. and
?h.- train, are being moved with difficulty, the
switching I. lug .1 .rn- by ile- trainmen and yard
morning all "li- switchmen,
freight I ? : ' and firemen of the
i Shm road al 'id- p in' wi ni on sink.*.
ai d thal road i praetlcoll) tie I up It li ex*
I that thi tli -ni. ii . ui i he
lietrnlt, Grand Haven and Milwaukee will also
ft truce hal he. n declnred ai the ;
Tei Innl nation; and all Flint nnd Hue m u
? , Detroit, Lnmlni ind N rthern ind lome
.? ? trail - ai - in ii lng X,>
I 'lilli,1.1 ', a I - al- ?,!.. fl.I hoV '. . Ilea|-y- |
qui t al Por H
l: ni in H.'ti. >r, Ml h . July ?'? All thi j ird
ii,. ii ,,f the Big Foul went on strike this morn
and thai road ls tied up here, The cause
..f the -tri!'-- was the i the Big Four of
fourteen cai nf potatoes from thc Baltimore and
Ohio reit, consigned fl >m Bt. Louis tn Chicago
Thi potatoes wen to hav- i -n shipped to Chl
. ..; ? b) boat, and ai ly side-ti icki -1
West 8u| I M (Ul Whi n the Chl
g.i train on th 0 i road arriv td her ? tuts
morning, an unm ces.fill atti mpl to tori ?? the .-ii
? t i .piit sr ?rk wsi in ide it the ststl m. A
switch was thrown and 'h.- train narrowly eo
'? >!?-d h 1n | ditch ? l No tr lins navi i. ii
fi nm hen on thi N P ldc ( ir t wenty
l'-air le.ur:' Tb I Im lha .- il In tW 1 trains
H..n Hui n, Mich., July ?'. c n.-rai Manager
Spicer, ? Grand Trunk Railway, has given
notice f. all "triking employe! that they are no
nd bud .a th., company'! service.
Deput) !.' ilted States mSFshala are gnat-ling the
tunnel .md other pr .nerty, under the order of the
Fe li ii c mrta
Little Rock, July 5. The Texas express on tl ??
Iron Mountain road, which I fl here last night,
?? i bv striken si Bsring Croaslng sn 1 (
? bi 'i' ?? .. i 'iir,-.',a off the i-.t. u \
kera al 12:.' i i - t. k p i.essl rn
if the Little It .ck and Memphli paisenger Iraln
"' I refused to allow li to procee l i tiivern. r
Fiahbai it bas ordon i oul tr ."ps.
?-llb', July '.. -The Louisville and Nashville
r.1 has dWe uitiTiu. d through freight frill,ti
Local freights on tie- Louisville and Nashville
?nd Calita'" igg and St LOUIS ave riltir.ltl* ns
rani Bleepers to Chicago are .rill discontinued.
Memphis, July r..-Already rh- .Hike snd boy*
?ort declare 1 upon all the Memphis roils last
Iglit have bec .tue fairly effective. Extra pilba
For Dei-muit-il Mers nu. **> alt-m
t*aa H tnt rd* a-m Pilot- t. ?
Lr. CHAa WOODHOUBE rturbind. vt. Bara: "I bara
Md lt eiMllliaMr, *n>! ,-an unify to lt* g-rent value- ia
-notional dr-r*r.B*mentt of th. a.rvuut tyitem."
j are in service and an Iron Mountain passeng*
train has been stalled within the city ilmits. Th'
engine was thrown by a spiked track. The srrlk.
on the Illinois Central and Ya zoo Valley Rall
r ind, against Which linea the efforts of the strlk
er. were particularly directed, ls far more ef
fectlve. '
BOVBREIGN I! \SN'T ORIiERmi THEM OUT
"lin-i t'NION PACIPIC K. OF I. MEN BAH) TO Bl
ANXb.lt- T'l STRUCK
DM Moines, July ."..? General Mast-r Workmai
Sovereign has received from Mr. Debs 1 furwarde.
t"legram from Joseph Lee, Master Workman of DIB
triet Asetml ly No. -.'J. embracing all the Knight
of Labor trmn Council Bluff* to San Francisco, re
questing him to csll out all m-mbers of that ssiem
hiv at once.
omaha. July 6? (ten-nil Master Workman Suv
eretgn, of the Knight, of Labor, has cancelled hi:
Chautauqua lecture engagement!, and started foi
Chicago this afternoon t.. open h< [quarters li
compliance with the requeit of Preildent Debi. Mr
S verelgn hat received no request from District Aa
sembl) No. si. comprising the Knights of Labor o
the Union Paclflc system, to be permitted to strike
I' av hi .arin,it ..rd. r them to go out: he cai
1 trmit th'-m to go, if tht y ask.
FOR DISARMING DEPUTY MARSHALS,
TliliiTY lilCHT MUX, HALF OF THEM MEMBER!
OF THE A lt r. ARRESTED AT TRINIDAD,
COL DOV, WAITE** VIEW'S,
Trinidad, Coi., July fc?The United states troops
last night surrounded the a h. V. headquarter!
here and arrested thirty-eight persons, half ot
them members of th*- American Railway Union, and
the rest sympathliera. Among them are President
Mellrk, Ulce-Prealdent Muth, Chairman Carrig and
tare Imli."-i. Of thc union, and Ii. ('? Collins,
a Populist politician There was mu. h excitement
bul the pr.ni.f the Federal troops prevented
any outbreak, Th* order of srreal came from
Judge Hallett, charging the men wlrh contempt
in disarming United States deputy marshall on
Sunday The prisoners were taken to I lerner.
Denver, July 5.?In i speech at the Populist meet?
ing last night, Governor Waite said: "Deputy
United states marshals have no right whatever to
be employed by urn- Individual or corporation. In
i'"lora,lo a receiver hus enlisted an array of depu?
ties and ha-.*-, nt -.hi-ni to Trinidad, and the papers
t"il m.' thal the i.I disarmed them. This
sally waa given by the Governor with algnlficant
emphasis, and was , fleered bv lils audience I
h.iv," he continued, "that tli- I'nlted States Court
ur the United State* Marshal, or both together,
have rai right to com" (ure and pia ti illy declare
war in thia manner."
LOBING GROUND IN INDIANA
ONLY EIOHTY-TWO MEN OPT IN INDIANAPOLH
. POL'S STRIKERS ANXIOUS To
RETURN Ti WORK
Indianapolis, July 0 (Special).?The strike here
:.,.-I to wane In fop.-, and the Heit Railroad
d more than WO fr eight cars to-day. a force
of United States mar- ir*' ? waa pre enl to keep
ffi- rra.-k cleared. Ma rahal Hawkins to-day ap
pointed twelve mon deputies, These were, how
ever, mi rely for the relli f of those who had had
lo,ig ai, ; irving hours of aervice, The report of
fh<- railroad aupeiintendenta ihows-thal th" num
a-r ..i men now out li eighty-two, a decrease of
s.-v.-nty-id". .'.Td.iv Five lines have now
a full complement of :n*n The Mom ti "rain pull".!
..ut at noon to-day without dely. Tbe restraining
..rd'T terved upon the leader* bu* .ion.- mn 'h to
cripple the atrlkei ll itloni of the reac?
tion begin ru be heard in their conversation wher?
ever they meet
Fifteen "tirrlri'-ers on the B g Pour svstem arrived
In the etty this evening from Mattoon, and an?
nounced that they baa struck for an Increa.(
pay They an t" have s conference with Supertn
. i,.r
F iri W .'?!;??. Ind . Inly I Thc I i ????? -rs.
i iii hm n on the Nickel
? Mt ni both the Eastern and Western
ii an ?? irly
rn .rk ? Ith non-unl in men
bul* fruin was "killed" here thi*
; niling ta' pins in I r
? ii g.. - ii Tn* westbound mall train was also
? i ' 1 ! |l
k ' ur hours lat' The passenger i
: and only 'he mall ear.* and engine were
| to go on
? ?I .n r. iched here
.he tl
"elvan .ville an i St !...uis Rallr . 1 hi 1
walked -ci*. The lesertlnnt Include operators,
c-rks, switchmen and engineers Thc -? rr11<,
lahvilie hat
? - I ? ?. ;- i in 'rik. rs ha ?
, tb- restoration "f iv i?r?, pi<s n
.. r ir.in . .ir- running with Pullmana
T. rre HSllte, Ind. July 6.?In reply to the Hlg
Pour atrikera here who had asked pern Issi i 11 p
turn to v. .rk President I>i il degi ipheJ ? ?-'.... thal
thful anion man -a -ill r.turn to work, and
? ? ?
TM KY WILL NOT GO ON STRIKE.
a rAKEN HY Rio GRANDE ENGINEER! IND
| ND i*RE! ."NT KMl'l. ll I---' \N"
\ lt I" i BARTER BURRBNDEI
? engineers of the Rio Crumb*
a usl) .1- el I- l th it their luty to both
theil order and the railwa;.- require! them to per?
form ei r) aervice required "f them a- engineers
the road A majority of the Vernen are ,,f the
?amt opinl n n r. girls themselves
ii li ? ? July ?' a ng of em
? -n ni 1 ' 'resc-nt H.Cir- i 1
p.an was held la I night to naldei the *:nk?
The men idopted rei lemnlng the strike
bi ui ting agalnil lt ml pledging thetr
air ef?
fort* to main-iln unimpaired tn* tram service :n
nil ita departments,
St Louis, July '. Oeneral Ag*nr Gays, of the Bl
I., ut- : Lines, ha* announ *i thai the
switchmen ?f the Si Ixiuis, Keokuk .ml North
'? (ern Ballway returm I to w..rk yesterdsi sf
Tie- K" line will henceforth accept all
? ri i- nt Har ly, of th ?
:? :.' l re?
tha! the I'- Boto. Mo , lodge of the
ti an Railway i nlon bad thrown up its
inir'.-r
- *>- -
ARTHUR SAYS Tilla BTRIKE WILL FAIL.
Ill HA! INFORMED PRESIDENT DEBS TH \T Nu
AID NE! P BE EXPBfTED FROM THE
RNGINEER! blt' THESHOOD
Columbus, nh'.... July 5 (Special) Grand Chief
Vrihur, (the Bi therhood of Locomotive Eng!
leers, res 'hed Columbus to-night to settle the post
?h.. Hocking Valley strike.
r* and firemen all reported f..r work
iff- r the chiefs arrival, nnd, unless the miners
n (he valley go i ut.in aid of thc Americsn Ratt?
ray Union men. the strike is broken and the re
mmptlon ..f freight traffic win !?? complete lo*
norrow. Chief Arth ir. In speaking of th*
r-n-ral strike to-night, pi"".lietel that it would
?ventually fall. Ile said that it wsa never Juitl
i*d. .tr,.] thal he had tnfor.1 President Debs
i from the
tl rhood
IR. WALKER SAYS DEBS WILL Bl PUN?
ISHED
Chicago, July 1?"If th* ulrike wa. nettled to?
il.., icu it would noi in ak.- any difference," said
Mw in Waiker, ipectal counsel for thc Government,
,- '.". lay "Every man who has trampled on th"
IW Will be punished I do not care anything about
ie few misguided men who have been arrested.
t |* r; ,. instigator of ths lawlessness that the
overnmenl wants lu punish. That ls I'cbs Wa
hull have Debs Wo have the evidence igslnit
Im now. and he Will be punished."
a special i ir.md Jurv to sit next Tuesday win be
nmmoned.
- ? ?
RAILROAD TRAFFIC AT BUFFALO.
Buffalo, July .'. Th- railroad srrlke has ghoul
impletely shut off the ChiClgO malls fr, m Buffalo
uiiv i few bagi ire coming In over the Michigan
em rat, while a large amount of mall matter des
i al mdoned trains In Chicago suburbs The mall
rom Chicago cornea in over the Lake Bhon for the
loll put, the Michigan Central currying very lit- |
i.ast evening tin- fast Western mall, with a
eavy loud for Buffalo, left Chicago ai trJO o'clock.
: should have reached Buffalo si i vi this morn
ig. The postoffics author!tlea can get no tidings
-om 'lc tram Tli- Lake Shire mall train, due
pr* at I :ia p m., left Chicago si *C< lan' evening.
Uh much E.isl-rn mal', from the far Wes!, lair
as abandoned In the suburb! of Hie windy City,
h.* train due here al 1:10 p rn left Chicago at
i:46 laat night, but was also abandoned.
Tue mall* "ill b* shifted to the Michigan Can?
al cars a* Boon a* possible, but a gr-at .H-l-.l) ia
navoldabl*. The superintendent of mails. Farno
iili uya thal the Weatern malls are in a ter
? it* an thal thc blockade is likely to con
liue a jong tit!.
The Chicago nnd Western turmoil has sot ntl
inly i'ffe.-t..,i th" live s'ock trade at Hist IluiTalo.
h.- receipts of cattle to-da) aggregated ninety
re carloads for sals li-re and bu carloads hillel
trough; als. two carloads for through shipment.
hen wen thirty cai-loads nf hogs for this market
ul receipts of sheep w?re thlrtv-one carloads,
otfly for the local market. The' live stock re
?ive i hers comes chiefly from points cast of
tl I ci go Which are not affected by the strike,
any of the cattle pen* at the stock yards ar*
led with tine Ut cattle.
WASTED TO A SKELETON.
, ? .. ^Princi Fatlcv. RocMond Co,, ff T
Da. R. V.Pitacx: Slr -For three year* I had
suffered from that ter?
rible diseaac, codiuidd*
tien, and heart disrate
B? fore taking bocto*
Pierce'! Golden Medical
Discovery I bad waited
away to a skeleton;
could not a.Vep nor rest,
and many time, wished
tu die to bat out of my
mliery. Step br step
the sign* and rea lino* of
% returning health gradu?
ally but m.rely dev*L
? oped tlicmaeltia while
\V*J taking the"Dtacovery."
latter now-., atm "-""-d*.*-" 1 t-P th* ataie.
iliac k. now mi. tiq. at onp |?lrMirKj -jjj
elglity-ics-en, .nd am well and strong.
PLERCE^CUC
The "Golden Medical Discovery " hn* .Ito
cured my daughter of a very b.d ulcer located
on the thigh. After trying almost everything
without lucceir, we purchased three bottles of
your "Dllcovery," which healed lt up per?
fectly. R-ftpoctfuily yours,
_ISAAC E. DOWN8.
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M()RK REG I'LA RS FtiR CHICAGO
EIGHT ADDITIONAL COMPANIES PLACED
AT GENERAL MU.INS DI8POSAL.
FULL PbWKR To A<"T OIVEN
AT WASHIHOTON THE
POLICY POR MAIL
RIM COirPESENCI
<,<.**. ERNMBXTI
SERVICE BT
STEAMEB ON THE PACIFIC COAST
Washington, .Inly &.- Acting on the d'-Ision ls
lireak the bsckbone of the strike, Mai oi -n nerti
Miles hus lien authorised by the P d?nt
through the Msjor-Oenersl commanding thi
Anny, to brina; eight sddltl msl ? ? <A
regular Infantry to Chlcag i. A telegram ' . thia
effect was sent last nigh', and thc rp .ps will
move under direction of "General Miles. Six of
?mpanias ordered sre st Fort Lesvenwortg*,
Kan. compoilng s mix--1 battaMon, and t.-.j at
Fort Brady, Mich., b dh of the tth Infsntry,
Th*- statement ls made at the War l'"p irment
that these troops are to be sen! I 1" rb
? Inn, near Chicago, to take the place of the
? mles ? ' th. lath Infsntry, whi
?' Sd an 1 Stock var...* It |a ,, ,t
considered goad policy, the War Depirtment
suthorltiei say, t. lesve Fort Sheridan un
Karris u.e,i. bul lr H pjs'n thst the eight com*
psnies will h.- used as a r--t'- rv- " 1-rob
sbly assigned to dm; bi th itrik ? (rei in
i."ai* th.- i-y. Tin- transfe * th< tr -.ps
has been orden ri on thi Isti m of
General .Mile.-. He has ample au) maka
the tramfer; but ali military mat era ire b-lng
msnaged from Washington now, and the tnorsa
are all being mads b) Maj i General Schoftess,
after comultatl n -sith the President and the
s- retsry of Wsr. Th- arrival of the eight
companies il F lan will give General
Miles ari available force st Chli igo ( two frill
regiments of infantry. , ' ri to the ??
.and artillery ali -adv th< re.
At rh- War Department General 8chofleld*g
adjutant-general ? -aram* had n
re elved fr mi General Mlle* c nflrmatory of the
Chicago dispatches as t. the serloui nature of
the ii tuition there. E ibt was throws
nt that Gi Mil' - hsd ?al4
he wai without authority to 1 I stracted
from Washing! ?;. Gel I with
wer to act as his dis ? lon di tates, and
both the Hr- -1:. n si i M ? 0 in
rnsnding the Army hsve full ? mfldeni ?? in hla
ju Igment, c urage in '. Urn
A . infer-efi " -,v.is held Bl Ih* War Department
thia morning between Socretury Lamont, Attor*
ii. y-c,"i.-ra! Olney and General Schofield; but ft
is understood thst no new line of sefton was
decided on. Tl:- suthoritl ? will adhere to their
policy of oncentrattng the legal and military
strength of the c, vernment st Chicago, believ?
ing that .nee the trouhl.-s there sre st ipped the
sympathetic sttik-s throughout th" country wilt
vase This does not mesn, of course, that the
Waihlngi n suthorltiei will n * pay .: .se at
tentli n ' . rh- strikers In other parts of the
country. United Btstes marshall and district at?
torneys will be advised to t..k- ev ry prece uti n
and to niak" every eft iri ; ; . erve order, sod
!*nlt"d Btstes tro >ps srill be sent to pisces where
tr uble is -occurring, under proper certlflcstiott.
The Becretsry of War is etsylng at the White
House, .md this morning he and th" President
and th" Attorney-General hud a conference there,
preliminary to that held St the War I'm irtment;
but no imp rtant acri .n could be taken, on ac
f tho al,*' ?: ?" . t sd lltional inf..rmatl"n.
Unless there should be s fsvorsble turn in the
strike situation within the next few days lt ls
thsl the l'? stoffiee official! will **(Tect an
arrangement for the transportation of the malls
along the Pacific eas: by the Perkins Line ,,f
sti imers, which have on "ther occasions been
pressed info service Report! received ar the
Department fr un thi const ar" not full and sosa*
ugh. however, to warrant the p ..(mas*
ter-General st present msklng an Immediste ar
rsngement with 'ii-' Perkins Company.
Division Superintendent Davis st Cincinnati
phed t ' th - ?' thi Rail?
way Mall Service tin* morning tlint matter, had
cleared up ii Mst! I ti the Indianapolis
and s: Lout! rad Tue Chicago snd Loulsvills
malls with crews cleared from Lafayette. The
posts! 'cs snd frews which were blockaded st
Springfield and Decatur, III., arrive', at Toledo
St 6 o'clock this in ruing. Th" outli k ls | .:
th M non trains will n it be detetned.
':" -graphed
th U Lake Shore nain X , IO ti 1 n il -
ghi til traine of 'ids m ming
on the Lake Bhoi ? itirtei in h. ur uni i half
late, Th-* Nickel Piste rosd ls tied up st Stony
Islan l-ave Nothing g...\* in or ."it on the line.
Louisville trains arrived 'Bit night and departed
..n time tills morning. Grand 'Trunk departed.
bul nothing arr,vd Wabash ii '. Eastern Il?
illi-is moving all right No tims went in or
>ut . n the Chicago sn ! Alton this morning. Port
Wayne trains arriving somewhat int- other
Chi .uro .iel Illinois r-ad* sre moving msll trains
ii. ir:-,- on time Trains whl ?-. wer,- blockaded at
City, i -wa, for several dsys began rn -vlng
out this m ming.
Ni iT SUBJECT TO MARSHALS' ORDERS.
THE BEOt'LARS NOW AT 'Mb"\'i> ARE A'TINO
UKDF.R DIRECTION OF TH': i
A.; rOMMAl dh* HIEF
Wat.hlngf.-n, July ."> reported *? c-meni
thal "fhe tirst shot tired by the regular soldiers
al the mobs in Chicago would be the signal for
civil war" is accented by the authorities here in a
light not contemplated by Deb* Senator CuahmsF
K Mavis's ringing word! that Debi ai. 1 ins associ?
ates "are rapidly approaching the overt sot of
levying war upon the I'nlted Btate ari adopt l
by both the civil and military auth rltles In Wash?
ington us embodying th.-lr view Of the situation.
Tb.. United State* troop.- winch ba .lied
Into action are not simply | I direction
of United States marshals. They ar.- leting under
the direct onlers of their Immediate military com?
manders, under the direction of the PraeSdeal of
the United states as Coramander-ln-Cht<' General
Ordera, No. IA, issued during the tr i>n.stealing
episode of the lat* "Commonweal" Btovemena.
govern their .ours.- Thone orden sra as follows:
itv ? rsl (riders, No. IS.
Eleadq lartera of the Ai my,
Adjutant-Gem rat's Office.
Washington. May J.V I*!*.
The following instructions are laaued tor the
government of dcpartini.tii commander!;
Whenever the troop* may be lawfully employed.
undi r th" orders of the Preil lent lo r-uppreie "in
lurrectlon rn an) Btate, agalnit the government
thereof." ai provided In Bectlos ?'-"'T of the Re?
viled statute*, di tn "enforce tin* execution of Hie
ians of Hu- I'nlted Bl itel" when b) reaaon el un?
lawful obstruction!, combinations or i.s">nibiagia
of persons" lt has '".."coine Impracticable, in Hie
tiidgmeni of the Hresbient. io enforce ta ta* arm
mirv course ..f judicial pro,.ling, th* taws Of the
United States, as provided In Section km ot the
Reviled Statutes." the troops are empweu ffa
part of the military power of the I'nlt.'l ???????
.md gel under the orders of the Presl lent aa ? ?*"
mander-ln-Chlef and his military *!ib.-T.iin*.i? a
They cannot be directed to set under tbe "r"?
of say civil onver The cominan ling o(|Jf?ri of trio
-a employed are directly rerponsibie to meir
Telephone Rale..
THE MKTR'H'oi.itan TBLEPHOKB AMD Tr-'-"r
ORAPH COMPANT la '-ff*--ip? ? ?*?*? fc?BI ?'' *?*"!
f..r *xetiangr B*rvle*. <**i>*< Um tdapiM W lh" ?*?"'?*?
nmnll user* *reaMMIC*B, prlvst.. H'thl** phvtl.-lana. eic.
tlUO t., ll.Vi per y-ar accrdlnt to Uf\ in*-t?lllc l"^u"
lin.**, full io-ir dianne, .-eoi-ineiit. -jeuJ, du.hu caraar
at*ll telrpliou* Nu. ia) Ci Uandi

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