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VOL. V-NO. 13M.
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keepsconstantlyon lianda largo assortmcnt
whlcU ira wlll scll at tho lowest prlces,
large stock of watcues lncludcs
CaOld aHQ, KSilVSS"
KEY AND BTEM WINDINO,
LADIES' AND QENT'S SIZES.
HaTlng been ln tho cmploy of Mr. Chaso most
01 me irmo ror ine pasi rourieen ycars, 1 suau
ba nle&sod to see all ot the old custnmcra and
ft3 many new ones as may faror mo with a call.
itememucr 1110 pmcv, siga 01 iius invu,
jMerciianis' uow, uuq&na.
F. H. Wheeler,
Klne watch repalrlng a apeclalty. myltdtf
Fla&l tlie Clotliier!
TOY IS IT?
llecauso hls iroods aro Bhown with Dleasure
and cuttomei s aro always trcatcd ln a courtcous
ana ceniiemaniiKO manner, wneiuer uivy wieu
ro purcuoao or not, ana ms pnces
WB3AT THEM ALL.
I JiAvK 1 llli vli" 1 llll'ill.
J. F. BABBITT, SaleBman.
r.AKlf lIUItON AND OI1IO.
CrindStOIie J) lXtUreS,
ror aaioby W, O. wiNUON. dw
THIS MOKNING'S NEWS.
The Vcry Latest Dispatolics By
DREGS OF TIIE STRIKE !
Fcw Discontcnicd Mincrs
Trains Interfered with
in New Jersey.
Itoatls iu icw York nntl the
IUiniiiu"- ns Ustiul.
OUTHAOEOU8 riiOCEEDlNOS IN NEW .1ER9ET.
Washington, N. J., July 27.
Tho raorning mail train west was board-
ed by etrilterB licre. Tho passengcr cars
wcro cut loosc and tho cnglno aDd mall car
ordered on. The railroad company tclc
graphcd to tako al or nono. Tho strlkcrs
telegraphed to tho postmastcr gencral, and
tho mail awaits hls rcply. Thc Btrikers ntc
pcaccable but vcry dctermincd.
THE ESl) NOT TET.
Ehzaiietii, N. J., July 27.
Soven companies of rallltary wcro order.
od Ihla uiorning to Somcrvillc. Passengcr
tralas aro run on tlmc. One hunilrcd and
flfty nrmcd mcn froni Flemington accom-
panied the morning train to Somcrvillc,
whcrc 200 armed citizen3 asslsted tho
shcriff. Flvo rioters havc bccn arrcstcd,
among them thosc who threalcncd the cn
glncor. Thcro is no riot here or at Somcr
villc. Tho troops nnd nrmcd citizens are
Morristown, N. J., July 27,
At midnight Unlted Statea Sccator Han-
dolph, fcarlug tho rlotera might Beizo thc
battcry uscd for Balutca at Washington's
headquarteH, dlsmountcd tho cannon.
They will probably bo rcmounted to-tlay
and takcn to thc court housc.
AFFA1R3 AT I'JRT MOItRIS, K. .1.
Tho Bheriff bad a posse ready to Btart for
Fort llorrls, but n dispatch from tho su
pcrintcndcnt says thc mcn promiEcd nt that
point to lulcrfcrc with no passengcr trains
wlille thclr commlttcc is In Besalon at Scran-
ton : no frclcht trains to bo run. Thc
commlttco wlll rcport a dccislon about noon.
Tho Bupcrlntcndcnt asks thc Bheriff to ic-
main in rcadinees this afternoon.
Dovei:, N. J., July 27.
Tho strikers at Fhllllpsbure refuac to
allow trains to lcava thcro on the Jlorrls
and Essex road.
A CONTEMPT1IILE T11I0K.
AVAsmxaTos, N. J., July 2'
A frcsh outbrcak occurred to-day among
tho cmployes of tho Dclawaro and Lacka,
vranna Tho btrikcrs Bay it was causcd by
a trick playcd on Ihcm yeeterday by the
company. Bogua messages 'wcrc sent to
thc engino diapatchcr nt Hoboken that all
was settlcd and thc mcn Bhould resumo
work, and othcrs orderiDg trains to be al.
lowed to procecd. Tho Blgnaturea of com,
mlttccmen to theso dienatchca wcrcforired
Tlie 8trlket0 fecl SSrIevcd at Biich a trick
uuu uiu uuiciiuiuuu iuuo uuiurni; iu lurwuru
busincss unlcss thcy rccclvo rcllablc ordcra
from their owu commUtecmou.
In New York.
TIIE BTWKE ON TIIK ERIE L0S3 $2,000,000,
New York, July 27,
Thc end of tho Ilorncllsville Btrikc nvcrt-
cd bloodBhcd. Tho twenty-,third rcElmcnt
had been ordered to crush tho rlot on Thurs
day. Thc Btrikcrs ' cainp diecloeed eupplics
of arms, ammunltion and prorltions. llost
of tho frelght cara had been robbcd of food.
Tho Erio company's ettimated loss is 82,
STATEMEST FROM BUl'ERINTEXDENT TOUOEV,
Superintcndent Toucey says tho block-
ado on tho New York Ccntral is cntlrely
ralsed. Freight and passcnircr trains aro
runnlng east and west on Bchcdulo time.
Thcro might bo a little delay betwccn New
York and Chieago, but mattcrs would bo
smooth in a fow days. A dlepatch from
W. II. Yanderbllt commcndlng hls cm'
ploycs for their Bensiblo courtc, atatiug
that they havo carned tho gratitudo of tho
country by not jolning tho liotcrs, nnd that
tho differonccs with hi3 cmployes Ehull bo
aajusteu, plcaseu tho mcn vcry much.
VANUKitnii.T'a rniuu in ms men,
Yanderbilt sald ycstcrday at Saratoga
that ho had on bis various railioach 80,000
cmployes, and was proudcr than cvcr of
hls men as a body.
MVE BTOOK OOMISIl l'KOM IIDFI'ALO.
East Uuffalo, July 27,
Thcro ls nothing dcflnlto as to ehlpments
Btock has been rccclved slnco Monduy ovcr
mo uranu rrunK, uroai wcsicrn anu uan
ada Southcrn rallroads, and nothing report-
ed comlng. Ail livo stock was ehlppcd
from r.cro to-day about 100 cais.
NOHTHEltN OENTItAI. ALL RIOIIT.
Elmiha, N. Y., July 27,
TLo Noilhern Ctntral Btrikc ls nll ovcr.
At a confcrenco of tho comuiltto ot grlcv-
ftr.nflB ttilfl nfrprnnnn llin slinntnpn. nnnln:
ecrs, fircmen and braltemcn agrccd to ro
luraowoin. xio couccasions wcro nsucu or
made. To inorrow raornlnir all handa ri.
turn to work No dismlicals wlll bo made.
1 The flflh batuilon left foi homo to-night.
Tho Iocal mllitary has bccn dlimlsscd.
Tberc Is grcat rcjolcing nmong thc pcoplc.
Thc Lehlgh strlke continucs. Orders havo
been issucd to closc thc road for tlilrly
days. No rnall can ba forwarded.
New York, July 27.
Tho twcnty-thlrd roglmont arrlved from
Ilorncllsville to-nlght and on rcaching
Brooklyn recelvcd a pcrfcct ovation. Ocn.
John C. Iloblnson, commnnilcr-ln-chlef of
Grand Army of the Itepublio of thc Unltcd
States, eent tho followlne; to-day to the
prcsident: Tho Grand Army of tho Ke
public, an organization compOEod cxclus
Ivcly of vetcran Boldlcrs and Ballors, can
whcn nccdcd furnieh thousands of volun
tecrs for tho restoration nnd prcacrvatlon
of order. Gencral Dakln ycsterday tele
graphed tho governor aaying there was no
danger of troublo ln Brooklyn, nnd aeklng
pcrmission to dismls3 tho troops. Thc
governor dlrcctcd hlm to kcep tho mcn on
dutyuntil othcrwise ordered. Thcrc aro
331 1 men under arms to-day in tho New
A hundreil laborera on tho coal docks at
Fort Johnson struck to-day for stcadier
work and demanded tha they be pcrmitted
to work ten bours pcr day instcad of flve.
Thcy recelvcd fiftecn cents per bour.
Aldany, July 27.
Though tho Etrlko hcre is cnded, work-
mcn from West Albany ahops held n fur-
thcr mectlng ln Capitol park. Tlie speecbes
were nll conciliatory. Outsule iLUuence
was denounccd. It was resolvcd to bold
no moro public mectlngs. Tlie adjutant
gcceral has issucd an order dirccting Gcn.
Shalcr, commandiog ths ilrst divislon, to
dlsmlas nll commanda of hls divislon now
on duty. Simllar ordcrs bavo bccn glven
Generals Dakln, Carr, Winslow, Wood,
llrinkcr and Iloward. Troop3 aro thanked
for promptncss in rcspondlng to tho appeal
of the Etatc.
MII.1TARV SENT IIOME
BorFALO, July 2
Tho milltary compaulcs from Batavia,
Wareaw, Lockport and Westfield, and tho
49th regimcnt of Auburn, Isft for homo
to-day. Tho polico arc hourly pulling in
tramps and thc jail Is full. Scveral known
rlngleaders nrc alio arrcatcJ, including
Jack Clary, leader of tho attack on Iho
Westfield mllitin Jlonday night. All qulct
ALL (JCIET IN C1IIOAGO.
' CniOAUo, July 27.
Thcro has bccn no conflict with thc mob
slnco ycsterday. Durinc; the wholo term
of thc riot it is stated that the total killed
waa nlne. Only a fow were wounded.
Frccautiona havo been takcn eufllcient to
prcservc the city from further violence,
NEARLY Al.L WESTERN ROAU3 liDNSlNG A3
Thc railroada are rcsumlng buslnces,
both freight and passengcr. It Is bcliovcd
they hnvo generally clthcr couipromised or
lcft the questlon of wagcs to arbitratlon.
Tho Illinois Ccntral took thirty-onc cars of
grain this mornlng and aro runnlng all
tr.dna as usual. Their men with few ex
ceptions appcarcd for duty at the car shops
this morning. Tho Jlichlgan Central is
runnlng all passengcr trains on tlmc and on
all branches of the freight department will
bo ready to work with its old forco aa soon
as it is certain the company's property here
wlll bo protected from tho mob. Tho Chi
cago, Burlington anu Quiney passengcr
trains aro runnlng along tho Quincy lino
without troublo j freights not yel. Tho
Lake Shore and Mlchigan Southcrn Isscnd
ing passcngijrs through ns usual, but
freights aro emall on that llne. On thc
Chlcago, Itock Island and Paciflc busicess
la rcsumcd on evcry branch and in cvcry
department. Tho Chieago and North-
western, although all disturbance has tub-
Bidcd, arc only runnlng on somo branches.
Tho Chieago, Alton and St. Louis still rc
malns quict and will not move untll abso-
lutcly safo. Tho Fort Wayno road will
etart a train somo timo to-day, but lreight-
ing is stagnant. Tho Baltimore and Olilo
ia runnlng no freight as yet. Jlalls bavo
gonc on all thc roado cxcept the Chlcago
and Alton and Fort "Wayno. Tho latter
rcfuso to carry maila without troops. A
crowd assembled at the corner of Ilalstend
nnd Archcr avcnuo waa charged nnd dit,
perscd by the polico. Tho rioters aro ovl
CHIOAOO ALL lilQIIT nUBlNKSS REBUMEI),
Thc rallroad cmployes hero propoto to
orgamzo to put down tho communlsts,
whoso acts thcy dlsarow. Tho board of
trade resumcd buslness at 2.U0 p.m. The
polico nrrcstcd M. J. Clynch, grocery nnd
liquor dcaler, the most prominent in all at-
tacks on tho polico. Tho tanncrs wlio
Btruck on masBo rcsumed work to-doy. Tho
cstabllshments whicb reeumed to-day aro
CraneBros. & Co.,elevatormanufncturersj
Fctcr Bchuttle & Co., wagon buildors :
Furot & Bradley, farm machlnery, and thc
Bhot towcr. Theso flrms, cmploying 000
to 700 mcn, wcro obllgcd to cIobo by rioters
Two companies of infantry nnd threo of
cavalry from Fort McFherBbn, havo ar
rivcd. A ptutlal litt of thoso arrcsted
Bhowe a btindrcd and twclvo in all thc sta
tlona. They aro almost lnvariably of tho
lowest foiclgu elcmcnt. The roayor has
Usucd a uotlco calling on all laborera to rc
fiume work, nnd also Issucd a proclamatlon
urslng merchants to glvo cmployraent to
as many nB po3slblo, promlslng to protcct
thom and their workmen. Tho Plttsburg
Fort Wnyno rallroad Btarted a train at C.1C
with a guard of 44 pollcemen. A mob at
tcmpted to lntlmldato tho workmen In
1'hrenli dlitillery, but wcro icattcred by
T11C I.A9T STRIKERS SUBDDED.
Joliet, July 27.
Thc striko on tho Alichlgan Ccntral is
cnded. Trains aro runnlng rcgularly. Tho
vlcc-prcsldcnt of thc Illinois Ccntral road
telegraphed tho governor that strikers were
holdlng thc road at Matloon, Decatur, Ef
Dngham nnd Carbondalc. Tho governor
issued an order to BlierilTs along tho road
to protcct it in runnlng trnins at all hazarda
nnd notlflcd them all ncccasary asBiitsnco
would bo nlTorded.
I'EOitiA, 111., July 27.
All passengcr trains went out on timo
to-day, cecortcd by a Equad of troops. A
uumbcr of ths mob rlngleaders were arrcst-
cd last night, and to-day the troublo is bc
liovcd to be ovcr. The factorles cloBed
yestcrday rcsumcd to-day.
FAlI.TJItE REItTI.TtNd FROM TIIE STRIKE.
Joliet, 111., July 27.
Tho failurc of Mecltcr & Co., Chlcago,
on accouut of tho strlke, rcsulted ln tho
closlng of tho Btcel mills hcre, thc cstab
lishmcnt bcing two months in arrcars to lta
cmployes, tbrcats of violence arc bcing
made by the lattev though cfforts arc bo
ing made to pay them.
BouiIsi.and, IU., July 27.
A strike wa Inauguratcd at Slalone
whcro tho cmployes of the Deers plow
work, rcslstlng a rtdr.ction of ten pcr ccnt.
Boyond tho Misslssippi.
TIIE SAN FltANOISCO HIOTS A STROSO DE-
Sak Francisco, July 27.
The vctcrans of tho late war, fcderal and
confedcrate, aie crganizcd Into four com-
panlcs with rillss, and aro awalting orders
to assiat in prcEnrving tho pcace. Tho
committeo of safcty ls patrolllng dlffercnt
polnta in companies of 50, supplicd with
rincs, revolvcrs tr clubs. Long exprcss
wagoaa aro in waltlng to convoy rcinforce-
mcuts to any scction. Thc committeo of
eafcty wish thc hoodlums would assemblo
agaln, and glvc the former an opportunity
to teacb thom a lewon. Thcro aro 300 of
the safety comu-ittec, bcsidcs policc, Bpcclal
vctcrans, militlr. and marlnea. No disturb,
ancc. An nlarm ol ilre nas just soundcd.
MORE INOEKDARI3U CITIZEN S TIIREATEKED
RT TIIE MOB.
Tho fire proved to bo in tho Chincse
wash house. It ia rumored that a China
man in tho buildlng was burned. Tho Bup
posed Incendiary was capturcd. An incen
dlary attemptc.t,-! flro another wash houee
and was ariot?i. Notlces are recelvcd by
tho prcsident of the safety committee that
hi3 houso will be burned. Slmilar nojlccs
are rcccivcd by many othcrs. Ono manu-
facturcr foolishly paid $150 to save trouble
whcn thrcatcncd with the burnlng of bis
manufactory. Korbcrt Brothcrs discharged
tho Chincso in their cigar f actoiy and ad-
vertiecd for white cjrls acd boys. The
Eteamer for Ilong Kong to-morrow takea
an unusually largo numbcr of Chincse.
Thc ImprcsElon prevalls that tho hoodlums
are preparing for a frcsh outbreak. An
other slight 11 re isrcported.
A STRIKE IN TEXAS.
Galvbtos, July 27.
The cmployes ot tho Tcxas Central road
at Corsicana struck yestcrday. No freight
trains aro allowed to pass. Thc Btrikers
are orderly and dctermincd. llany have
gono on the spcclal polico to protcct prop
erty, Tho train hands at a hearing last
nlqht agrccd to prcvcnt thc paesago of
freight, and that no one ehould be pcr,
mitted to interfcro with rAilroad property
until tho strikers Lbccame satisficd that the
stoppago of freight would not bring tho
company to terms. Etnployes of the Cen
tral at llcuston last night rcsolved to de-
mand highcr wages. At n meetlng this
mornlng tho corupany'a rcply is cxpected.
Tho mcn on tho San Antonio road dcclincd
nPLlPOZlNU A OOVERNOR.
St. Lodis, July 27,
Tho governor icccivcd a communlcatlon
from thu cxccutlvo commlttcc of unlon
workingmcn, dcmaadlng tho convcnlng of
the legUlature ior the paBeago of an cight
bour law and tho non-cmployment of
chllurcn undcr 14. Tho communlcatlon
eays a prompt complianco and tho paymcnt
of livlng wagc8 to the rallroad men will
bring peaco, but nothing lcsswill arrcst the
tidal wavo of rcvolutlon. Thrcata of or
ganized armtes will not turn tho tollcra of
tho nation from their honcst purposc, but
ratbcr tcnds to acts of violence. Tho
mayor has rcccivcd a ccmmunication irom
rcprcBcntatlvcs of Ihe induetrial populatlon
that oiTcrs of work aro not thc remcdy tor
a strike, but that thcy aro dctermincd to
hold out untll their piinclplcs aro carrlcd.
They Bitggest, ns food Is Bcarce, that a con.
vcntion of merchants ba callcd to procurc
food, wbich ia to bc paid for by the rccipl,
cuts. Thcy add that thcy will aesist in
maintaining order, and will not march ln
proceBsIon nt prcient.
AFFA1RS IN KANBAB.
Kansas City, July 27,
Evcrytblng ls quict. Men ln tho pack
lng houacs and shops aro at work. Tho
Btrikcrs havo cut looso from tho mob, but
etill insist on thclr detnands. No Irelght
aro pcrmitted to lcave.
TIIE MAYOR OF BT. LOUIS rROOLAlUS.
St. Louis, July 2T,
Tho mayor'a proclamatlon dlrccta tho
laborlng men to rcturn to work, prokiblta
Interferenco with cmployes or employcrs of
factorles or rallroads, promislng prompt
arrcet aud sevcro punlsbmcnt. Ho says
tho laborlng mcn havo the rlght to nbandon
cmployment, but not to Intcrlcro with
othera. To do so la to degrado tho dignlty
of labor and dcatroy tho frecdom of the
TEXAS CENTRAL Y1ELD3.
Galvebton, July 27.
A conicrenco betwccn tho managcra and
etnployes of the Texaa Ccntral rallroad rc
sulted ln an agrccmcnt to rcstoro wagea to
tho Aprll standard, lialt the Incrcaso to
tako cffect In August and half ln Oetobcr.
Tralna now run regularly.
MEN TO HEStJME.
Hedalia, Mo., July 27.
The Mlssourl, Kansas nnd Tcxas offlclals
havlng made somo conccsslona to their cm
ployes, it la bclicvcd tho mcn wlll rcsumc.
St. Locis, July 27.
It ia tolcrably wcll known that tho cxcc
utlvo committeo of tho workingmcn havo
organized ctght companies of mcn whlch it
ia bcllcved aro to be nrmcd nnd mountcd aa
policc, nnd will bc callcd on to dispcrso ri
ruisino a crrr.
Scranton, Fa., July 27.
Tho Dlamond mlno nt Scranton ia bcing
flooded, tho men havlng qult work. It Is
a valuablo property, and It ls statcd that It
wlll rcqulre flve ycars to prcpare for work-
ing if flooded. It is oxpected that Scranton
will soon be dcscrtcd. If tho mlnes arc
flooded tho peoplo must move wcBt.
STRIKE9 0FMINER3 MCR11ER3AND I'.OnilERY.
IIazleton, July 27.
Thc miners at tho Northumbcrland col-
lierics, numbering 2,000, havc Btruck. Two
brcakcrs bclonging to tho Mincral run
company were burned. Scvere flghtB be
twccn thc miners nnd cltlzens' patrol have
occurred. Idlc miners are llocking into
town. Tho collieriea of thc Lehigh region
mect to-day, and will probably Btrikc. The
mincrs at work in tho Mahoney district re
solvcd to co-operato with tho strikere. The
cxcitement is intense at Mahoucy City,
Asbland and GlrardviUc. At Shamoktn
Wcdnesday night thrce mcn wcro killcd
nnd flve wounded, nnd thc freight dcpnrt
mcnt of thc Northcrn Ccntral rallroad and
Fhlladclphia and Reading company's dcpot
plundcrcd. A man trying to cscapc from
tho crowd was Btoncd to deatb. Vigilance
commlttcca now control the town. Troops
TUREE I'REOIOUS BOAMr3.
ItEADisa, Fa., July 27,
Two of the rioters jailed at Reading
provc to bc mcn who lircd the Lcbanon
Yallcy bridgc. Among tho rioters arrcsted
is City Commissioner Ilartman.
TOM SCOTT IN A ntjRRY.
PiiiLADELFniA, July 27,
The Pennsylvania company holds tho
Fort Wayno road undcr lease, with the
provision that tho road Bhall rcvert to tho
stockholdcrs lf the freight Bhall bo unfor-
warded for a wcek. Henco Scott'a hasto to
open trafllc west.
TIIE DELAWARE AND LACKA WANNA COMPIMJ,
New York, July 27.
The superintcndent of tho Dclawarc,
Lackawanna and Westcrn railroad telc
graphcd Prcsident Sloau that a committeo
of cnglncera Informcd hlm that thcy would
go to work at oncc at thc company's terms,
providlng the fircmen be allowed to do thc
Bame, nnd thc company pay them their
old wages when tlmes got bettcr, to whlch
CIOV. HARTRANTT IN TIIE FIEI.I).
Thlrty-four car-loads of troops passed
through Harrisburg last night bound west,
to be Btationcd along the Pcnnsylvanis
railroad. At thc rear of the tialn was
Gor. Hartranft. Tho strikcra arc wcak
ening and nnxlous for arbitratlon. Ten
thouaand aoldiers are conceutrated on the
Pennsylvania rallroad betwccn Harrisburg
anu Ulairsvillc. Othcr dctacbmcnta aro
pusbing west to open tho llne to Chlcago.
Tho opinlon of thc governor is approved
by the prcsident, that thc Insurrcclion must
be stampcd out without triding or tcmpor-
izing. Couricra havc been sent for Gen,
Sheridan. Ho is expccted at Chieago Au,
DELAWARE AND IIDDBON MINERS BTR1KE
Horanton, July 27.
Tho Btrikcrs rclused to perrait pumps to
be workod. Tho mincs nro llooding rapidly.
The city authoritics aro powerlcsa. Mincrs
in the employ of tho Delawaro and Iludson
canal company havo demanded an advnnco
of 25 per cent, and, bcing refuscd, it is
expccted they will strike in tho morning,
1NTERFERINO WITH A I'ABSEKGER TRAIN,
Betiilehem, l'a,, July 27,
Twcnty Btrikcrs from Eaaton uncouplcd
a passengcr train on tho Bath branch of
tho New Jersey Ccntral this mornlDg nnd
warned tho crew not to run tho train nt
tbclr perll, A largo numbcr of cltlzens
camo to tho rcEcue. Tho train was rc-
coupled, and whlle tho Btrikcrs wcro ln
cousultatlon wjth the train dcBpatcher, tho
train pullcd out rapidly. AU trains on tho
North Pennsylvania rallroad aro runnlng
TENNSYLVANIA ROAD ItUNNINO.
HAitr.isnuita, July 27,
Freight trains wero startod east and west
on tho Pennsylvank rallroad from hcre
this mornlng, and aro aso rnovlng on tho
Philadelphia and Reading road. A nunv
ber of men rcsumed work in tho Fenpayl
vania rallroad shops this mornlng.
INTERFERINQ WITH TRAIN I1ANDA
Betuleiiem, Fa., July 27,
Hbperlntcndent Polkcmus, with a gang
of repair and an cscort ot coal and Iron po
lico, arrlved at Odenwcldcrs this afternoon
to repair a turn tablo. They wcro met by
large and excited crowds who drow ofE tho
repalrmcn. ran tho cnclno on a eldo track
nnd drow tho flro, compclling tho superin
tcndent and cscort to rcturn hero. A re
crultine olUco for tho 4th regimcnt haa been
cstabllshed hero. A drutn corps Is paradlng
tuo Btrects tor recrumng purposcs and
tpceiai pouco aro nciog sworn in,
Mauoh CnuNK, Pa., July 27.
Tho miners at Summlt Hlll struck to-
day, dcmanding an advancc of 20 per ccnt.
Thcy marchcd from mine to mlne with
loavea of bread atuck on polos. The Bheriff
and chlcf burgess issucd proclamatlonB cn
FiTTSBtma, July 27.
Tho strikers on tho Pittsburg, Fort
Wayno and Chlcago railroad notlfled the
ofllcials to-day that they would not ollei
any opposltion to thc company cmploying
men to run freight and passengcr trains.
Tho strikers say their men will no longer
run passengcr or mall trains.
PniLADELriiiA, July 27.
A freight train for Plttsburg startcd to-
day, and haa met with no obstructlons tlius
FAOTOR1ES REBDMINO WORK.
Toledo, July 27.
Thc manufacturing cstabllshments of all
descriptions closed by the mob Wodnesiay
nre quletly rcsumlng. The llclbourn wagon
works rcsumed ycsterday, the cmployes
having been armed.
LAKE SHORE BLOCKED.
An attcmpt waa made to-day to move a
freight train on the Lake Shore, but thc
strikcra rcturncd thc enginc to tho round
house. Leo of Plttsburi?, the principal
leader of the rlotera, was arreatcd to-day.
Colhmbus, July 27.
Documcnts aro being circulatcd for sig.
natures among tho strikers, whlch aro Baid
to be generally signed, promlslng, ln tho
cvcnt of their receiving their demands, that
cach man pays 35 or 50 cents per month
towarda reimbursing tho loseea of the citi.
zena of Fittsburg, tho wholo to bo put in
the handa of the Unitcd States treasurcr j
any surplus to be devoted to railway read
PAYIXO STRIKERS FOR L09T TIME.
Tho gencral managers of the PittBburgh,
Cinclnnati and St. Louls railroad has issued
an order to tho employcs hcre promleing to
pay for time lost on account of tho striko
to all who would report for dnty, and nll
employco on Little Miami and twcnty-flve
brakemcn and fircmen on tno Columbus,
Chlcago and Indiana Ccntral divlsiona this
morning announced thcmeelves ready to go
to work. No attempt will be made to ro
sumo the freight trafllc untll the cltizens
Bhow a dispositlon to take hold of tho mat
tcr in tiieir owu intcrest A numbcr of
Irresponeiblc Btrikers aro hanging about tho
yard invlting mcu to hold out. But lor
them tberc would be but little troublo about
TKAMl'S OArTURE A TRAIN.
Des Moines, Ia., July 27,
Flfty tramps boarded a passerger train
at Fort Dodgo ycaterday and refused to
pay faro. Tho enginecr Btoppcd the train
The tramps ordered him to go on, and
threatened to shoot hira. Ho took them to
Ackley, whcro they left the train. Freight
trains havo resumcd runnlng on the ltock
Island road to-day.
Louisville, July 27,
The city ia qulet. Fassenger employea
on thc Louiavillo and Nasnvllle have gone
to work. Gen. Eugcr has arrlved.
Cleveland, July 27.
The pacing race waa won by Sweltzer in
thrce sUaight heata : best time 2.13. Freo
for all racc:
Ncttie 1 1 1
Lulu 2 3
Fullerton 3 2 3
Best time, 2 22J.
Tho race for the 2.25 clasa was won by
Little Oypaey, Banquo taklng second hcat;
best timo 2.22.
Bobton, July 27,
The race for the 2.33 class was won by
Jlary Itusaell. J. H. Tcrry won two heats.
Best time 2.30?.
The War in Idaho.
San Franoisoo, July 27,
Uiepatches report that two men from
Muiclo Shell mlncs, 25 mllcs east of Camas
grounds, saw 20 warriora comlng from Blt-
ter Root to join Joscph. Foot prints near
Plcrco Citv show tho presenco of Indian
splcs. Tho defencca of tho placo aro weak,
An Indian Equavr and old men report that
Joscph ia etrongly entrenched on Lolo above
Ono-Fins and Camas prairie crosalng. Hola
lncrcaslng bla f ctrce, has nearly 400 war
riora, and boasta- that ho lntcnda to whip
Gen. Iloward and rcturn to Walla Walla.
Josepb la well snppUcd and haa atcck
accreted at Little Camaa prairie, whoro tbo
approacb la difllcult and wcll guarded,
Joseph'a camp is only 12 mlles from
Plcrco City, and a lorco can rcach hla
rear without dlscovsry and prevent bla re
troat whcn attackcd. A party havc applled
for guna to arm a company of foity miners
nt Fierco Olty. If these cannot be obtained
au armed. forco is requestcd to escort the
famtllos out of Plcrco City, as It must be
abandoned. A large numbcr 01 lnaiana are
rcportod upon tho forka of tho Clearwater,
Louisville, July 27.
Kichard II, Shuck was cxecuted at
Owcnton, Ky., In the prcienco of over
5000 personeu Uc was convlcted of tho
murdcr of Nolson l'arlsb, but dled aaying
'Don't hang jae, gontlcmen t I am an in-
I nocent man."
Saratooa, July 27.
Tho Ifollowlng borBca wlll atart to-mor
row : First race, the Doswell stakcs, one
mllc, Idalla, Bazill, liifle, Cuba and Ver
mont. Second racc, free handicap, one
mllc and thrce-quarters, Shylock, Whlsper,
Wallee, Partnership, Galway, Vlrglnius,
Bradamante, Itcd Coat, Bushwackcr and
Lady Salyors- Thlrd race, ono mllc, Fugi-
tlvc, Rhadamanthua, Baronesa, Orlolc, Kx
ploBlon, W. J. Hlggins and Virginius.
Fourth race, hurdlo handicap, mllo hcats,
Ileddlng, Torena and Doubtful.
WAR llErARTMBNT. 1
OrricE ov tbk unisr HruNAr, OFFrcKR,
WAsnmoTON juiyxs l a. m. J
For New England, cooler aouthcast to
northeast wlnds, stationary or rising barom
cter, cloudy weather with fog or raln.
FINANCIAL ANU COUMEBCIAL.
Hew Tork Stock and Money Marliat.
Niw Yoar, July ST.
OOLT) nuoted at 105,'i.
MONEY nuotedat 1X2.
GOVEHNMENT UONDd Hrm.
rniME Mercaniuo raper nt 485X.
CUSTOM HECEIPTS. 1335.000.
THEA8UUY dlsbursoments JCO.OOO.
uiti uuuus lmporri) ror mo weeic i,S9ti,ooo.
RAILHOAD HOM13 mouerately actlve.
8TOC11S were Drm durlnir tho alternoon nnd
Hi somo cascs rcached tlio TilL'Uest ol the dar.
but tho markct reactcd H to 1H at tho closo.
lao loiiowinir are.mo uaoiaiions :
D.H.6S '81 reg 110.V
U.H. 63 'Sl COUp.,,112
do rrcr 137
U. 8. 0 H0S '05 n0W..189i
Mlchlgan central. 43a
Dnlon Pacinc ca
Cleveland & Pb'g. "9
Chlcago N. W... 21K
U. 8. 5-203 '88 111
u. o S3 new
U.s. 10-403 reg....ll2i
currenoy 63 12i
do Drer to.
uci. uuason.... 39
Cleveland, C. C. 24v4
Itock Island 4j
1111. St. I'aul 23.VC
w. u. Tolegraph.. otk
do rrcr... '2V1
uo crer.. cov
Fort Wavne S8
Chlcago 4: Alton... so
Faclfle Mall ias
C. 11. & o 9 it
Aaams xpress... va
weiis. i arKO s uo. 61
Amerlcan M, U. Ex 44
IIanntb&l 8t. Jo. 11'.'
u. 8. BxDrcas 41
Central Faclnc... tCT
N.Y.U. iU.lt. H.. 04.','
unlon racmc i( ts
qo prer iu
N,v Tork Frodnco Market.
Nxw Yoei, July 27.
Floch Recclpta ol s.512 bushela. Market
hcavy and unsettlcd and ln lnatancca
No. 2 at t3 2534 75 ; superllne western
and staio at i a Wisv id ; commun 10
good extra westcrn and etato at to 10
6 25 : good to cholco extra westcrn
ana siaio ai, juo au; euuiuiua 10 ciiqiuu
whlto wheat wcsiern extra at 0 55S$6 75;
rancy white wneat weatern exrra at 10 bo
S!3 78; common to good extra uhlo at f 0 00
25 ; common to cholco extra st. Loula at
$0 ooaio 25; patent Mlimcsota extra good to
prlmoat H0 05,310 75; cholco to doubio extra
at luuo(5lluv. .Miukutuiusiui: UVMJ UI1U uu-
Wueat Kecelpts ot 8,000 bushels. Market
dull and lower, closlng hcavy. Mlnnceota so
called at l 65; new red amber and whlto west
crn at (1 50(31 i2tf; new rea amocr ana wnire
southcrn at tl 55 1 63.
Uyi Market lower for western nnd atate and
nomlnally unchanged. Sales or booo busliols
NO.2 wcsicrnar, uc.
UARley aiarget nominaiiy uncuangcu.
cokn. Iteeelpu ol 205,111 buaHoiB. Market
dull and l2o lower, and closlng heavy.
Salea ol oo.uoo busliels. Ungraded weatern
mlxed at oixc; steamer mixca at cixts
04J4C; closlng at C3jiMc; Ntw York No. 2 at
C463jc; cloalng at G4c; steamer mlxed (or Ju
ly closed at 62c bld, 63c asked.
Oats. Keceipts ot20,M bushels. Market dull
and lalKc lower. Salcs ot 15,000 bushels.
Mlxed weatern and stato at 3235Sc; white
western and stato at 42(?C2c; New Y'ork Ho. 3
wnito at 40KGt4ic: mixea western iracK ai 4ui,
42c; whlto wostern at 45340c; white state at
uay. uia urm auu uncuaugeu; uuw ucuvy
Ilors Dull. irrecular and unchanged.
Sales ol new eastern at S13o ; western at 8
coffek. Rlo nuoted nutet and unchanircd.
cargoes at lo20c gold; Job lots at 10x32ic
8U0AB. TJull and nomlnal; strlctly fair JIus
covado at 9;;c; renned qulet at 110 for
standard A; ll.'.c for powdered; ll.'.c (or
granulated; ll.se (orcrushed.
aiolabses ijuu ar, wmv lur 1 ono itiuo ; 4u
53c (or New Orleans; 4al5 for Engllght Is-
KrcK AiarKec Bieaay. naies ai, D4(a(j?.e rur
Loulstana ; 60 for Carollnaa.
rirEOLBUM crudo steadr nt Vic: reuncd
flrmer at 13'ic.
TALLOw-Market flrm. Salea of 45,000 pounda
prtmo at B'.'c.
Eao8. Unsattled and lower. Sales of stato
and I'ennsylvanla at 1932OC j 103180 for west
crn. Fortr. Market stcadier. saies or new mess
at J 14 30.
LAur shade ilrmer.
Salcs ot old prlmo
steam at 1 11 4jm.
BUTTita market 13 nrm ana uncuangea.
Sales at 109220 for western; 13S50 for stato.
imiKsx Market neavy. sales at coioxc
(or common to prlme,
L1N8EKD Dull and nomlnal. Balcsat J202;
wuujay tuoieu dtn 13.
'l'lio Dull)- Cilobo
ls kept (or sale at the (ollowlng places:
LcnLow A. F. Sherman. and D. F. Cooledie
drugs, books, statlonery, pertodlcal. ic.
Bkattlkboro E. J. Carpenter boots, Bta
tlonery, perlodlcals, fancyjroods.
liRAWuoN u. iveuy & t,, j, orason, uooivs.
Btatlonery, perlodlcals, Ac.
MiDDLEBUiiY V, seymour Alden, cookB, sta
tlonery, perlodlcals, Ac.
iittbkokp uennison iiros,, ary gooas.
Bristol lllram Shattuck, papcr and statlon.
ery. blank books, drugs, Ac.
rAlRHAVKN a. v nuDDara.
CA8TLKTON Itlce Co.
Wist Kdtland C. J. Gllmore. rreneral mer-
rocLTNKT W.W. nibbard, books, statlonery,
perlodlcals, rancy goous, &c.
MANCiixaTEii Ilorbort smlth, newaboy,
akunoton n. s. nard.
BKNNiKOTON T. J. Tlffany, perlodlcals. parer
hctland spauiuing uo., newspapers, pe
rlodlcals, books. statlonery, Ac.: A. H. Iloward,
depot restaurant; ulobk countlng-rooms.
liiiLROADa un oii morning trains leaTing
TO W1N A FORTUNK
At New Orleans. Tuesday. Aug. 7.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Thu lnsmution was rciruiariy incomorarcu
by tho lcglslaturo o( tho stato for edusational
nurposes, ln 18&9, with a carital o( tl.ooo.ooo, to
wnicn It Uus Biuuu uuuvu a irauiva iuuuui
1350,000. Its Grand stngie numncr Drawinga
Wlll taKO piaco mouiiii. ik uavcr Duuiea ur
rxjBirHjneu. ukjkhi iuu lu.iu.. ik kuviuc;
' vniiltal l'rlzu, :iu.uou.
100,030 tlckota at (2 each. lialt tlckets 1 1,
1 CAl'ITAL l'UIZE (30,000
1 do do 10,000
1 do do 6,000
2 r-RIZES OF 2,500 5,000
6 dO 1,000 B.01.0
20 dO 500 , 10,000
100 dO 100"" 10,000
200 do 50 ,, 10,000
600 do 20 10,000
1,000 do 10 10,000
0 Approxlmatlon prlzea ot to 2,700
o do do 200 1,800
o do do loo wo
1,657 l'rlzes amountlng to (110,400
Wrlto lor clrculars or send orders to
1)1, A. IIAUI'IIIN,
V. O. Box CV2, New Orleans, La,
Or to D. TOANK MOOltK & BON, 817 llroadway,
Nlnth grand monthly drawlng. Tuesday.fiept,
4th, capltal prize w,ooo. Ticlteta o each,