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„ , , , Clinton Brlggs' harness racing meeting
during ( ho past week at Union Park waa
rightly named "The Dluo Ribbon Race * , " for
no other nearly so successful meeting l\r
ever been held In cither ( he Mississippi or
Missouri valleys. With the exception of
one day ( ho weather was all tlmt could be
desired , and ( ho only drawback was ( ho
light attendance of ( ho first day. Tim
meeting wnffMull of sensational events and
oil sorts of records were broken. The
ntartfirs numbered somu of the fastest ani
mals that ever looked through n bridle.
The fields of starters were plenty large
enough , and every horse went out to do
his best ; In fact , It was one of ( hose rare
occurrences an honest horse race In every
licaL" *
The fastest mile ever traveled by a horse
In harness west of the Father of Waters
was recorded by Flying Jib In 2:05' : , > and
there were thirty-three heats ( rotted and
paced In an average of 2:17 : 4-5 , which Is
tlm fastest , average made on any regulation
association track. The fastest mile was
jnudu In 2:05V& : , while the slowest time was
- " 2:20. :
* *
The nUendance was no ( ns Inrge'ns such
n meeting deserved , but Air. Urlggs IH sat-
iKfled because .of being * uccen.Mftil In every
other way , nnd fln.inco.s did not cut much
of a figure with him In his desiretn gjlvc
the people one good nice meeting. He encountered -
countered all tortw of obstacle * , nnd put up
ovt-ry pnri < o out of his own pocket before
lie would let u race be started. This nlonc
required nn outlay Of over J5.000 besides
the rent for the groundf , which wris con-
pldernbly higher tliiui It Hliould have been ,
for these races have made the track known
nil over the country , when It hail , hereto
fore remained unknown. Some of the corre-
pponduntH across ( be river bud the nerve to
Bend out the statement that the races were
Rotten up by Council HlnffH people , when
no u mutter of fact nil the money came
from Uimilm nnd three-fourths of the at
tendance \VIIH from this city nnd South
Omaha. Still there Is no reason why good ,
legitimate rnces nhould not be well patron
ized. Here are three cities adjoining each
other with a population of about 215,000. In
the three cities tliere arc many lovers of good
racing , but they have been "jobbed" by
Fcvernl hippodromes , nnd it takes some
thing unusual to bring them out now. Mr.
Drlggs accomplished tlmt much , nnd If ho
Was to give another meeting within a week
It would be liberally patronized.
Clinton UrlBBE was ncked yesterday If
ho wiifl going to bold another meeting. He
nnld : "Not this season , but I hope that
about this time next year I can hold the
biggest , speediest nnd best harness meetIng -
Ing ever held In the west. Of course this
depends on a good many things , among
which Is securing rates for the park. This
time I put up n pretty good price , but hope
tlmt they will assist mo next year. I have
the promise tlmt all tbo horses Unit have
been here this meeting will come again
next year If I bans up the purses. I be
lieve tlmt this meeting has satisfied the
people , nnd If I get up another meet I will
make It better than the one just ended , for
I can get the pick of the grand circuit
liorseH next year for early engagements. "
Mr. Brlggs was ably assisted In glvlns
the meeting by W , I' . McNnlr , Ed Duliols.
W. H. Mclntyre , D. T. Mount , Harry Leper ,
K. P. Peck and 11. II. Reed. AH of these
Kcntlemen are' well known turfmen , and
any meeting sanctioned by them has tn
be a legitimate one. Mr. McNalr will start
today for Helena nnd other points , where
the northwestern circuit races arc held ,
lie will net as starter for that association.
Colonel Harry Leper , who nave such Rood
satisfaction Hi starting the Union Park
races , has gone to Dayton. O. , whure be
W.III begin an engagement of starting horses
on the eastern circuits. Colonel Lopcr has
few equals ns a starter of either harnesser
or uddlc racesHe expects to come back
this way In the fall.
The next event of Importance In raclnR
circles In this part of the country Is the
stake race between Kd Pyle's famous stal
lion , Hobby I' , record of 2:12 , and Alix ,
record 2:07 : : > 1 , .on July 4. There will be sev
eral other events , but this will be the stel
lar attraction of them all and will undoubt
edly draw n big crowd. Robby V has been
Btepplng oft some pretty fast miles , nnd he
IB as line as silk. Alls Is rapidly getting
Into trim , nnd Morris Jones , her owner ,
i promises to make Pyle remember that ho
lias been In 11 horse race when they go
under the wire In the final heat. Alix will
undoubtedly lower her record -this year ,
nnd Jones promises to cut the trotting rec
ord down to equal the one made by Flying
Jib In pacing. Flying Jib Is In line fettle
this season , and he can go faster than 2:01 : ,
for he has been showing spurts of quarters
nt a 2:00 : gait. Hut there Is a little Ne
braska hor.se that needs watching. He
paced a heat at n 2:01 : Knit In a race on
Friday. gohiK to the halt In 1:02V1 : without
nny extra effort. Ills name In Online , and
he looks like a coming record breaker.
* *
Dick Tllden , driver for Clinton Ttrlggs , left
last night for Minneapolis , where he has
entered several of Ilrlggs' horses for the
races which bcKln the coming week. Dick
nays that his string Is rapidly getting Into
line condition , nnd he expects * to bring home
name of the big purses before the S'-nson
In over. He has with him Kate. Caffrey ,
2:18U ; Alamlto. 2:1 : ! > : Hurly llurly , 2:1S4 : ! ;
Nellie Cobb , 2:23 : ; Falrywood. no record , but
can go nt 2:18 : or better , and Newsboy. 2:12- : ) < .
K.ilrywood Is one of the gamest little ani
mals In the strlliK. nnd she has been de
veloping considerable speed of late. She. Is
entered In the threp-mllu Derby race nt
Minneapolis , and Tllden says that she Is
liable to draff off a picrc of the big purse
on July 2. Alamlto Is the horse whlrh Mr.
Drlggs named his breeding and stock farm
after , nnd Is considered ono of the coming
youngsters. Nearly all of these .horses won
either llrst or second place In the events In
\vhloh they were started at the Blue Hlbbon
Now that there has been a revival of
Interest In harness racing It seems as If
Omaha had enough moneyed men who loved
Buch sport to club together and build one
of the finest mile tracks In the country
nnd make nn Ideal driving park for such
llrst-clnss events. There are rnoimli people
here to give such nn enterprise good sup
port , nnd with the right kind of people
lit the head of It It would be a success
from the beginning. Omaha has many line
trotters and pacers , and the Brings nnd
1'axton strings of horses jiiro away above
the average , even In the far eastern coun
try. Then ( hero are the strings nt Denver ,
Kansas- City , Sioux City. Dos Molnes , Lin
coln am ) other convenient points , which
could bo secured for very rcnsonnlilti purses.
With reduced rates on the railways good
races would bring 20,000 visitors to the city
'during n week's meeting.
William Pnxton , jr. . reports that his great
horses. Conqueror and Two Strikes , are get
ting Into line fettlt ; , and lie hopes to land
ftvna more of ( ho big purses on the eastern
M j < V southern circuits. , These horses have
S. vastly Improved since last season , bcliiK
bigger and stronger In every way. They
will make dangerous competitors In nny
of the events In which they may start this
The great record made by Jtidno Hurt In
the. 2-year-old pacing race Is Mill the topic
of general conversadon nmoiiK turfmen.
Judge Hurt went the mile likean old vei-
ernn , ami us soon as he gets n little blir-
KVf he will make u dangerous rival for
tame of the older stars. Directly , who won
Ihe race In the last ( wo heats , IH also n
wonderful youngster , and h not -only pos-
OBsert speed , tint gren ( boom , nnd seems
tireless In a rare' . The record made by
these cells Is liable to stand for KOIIH > time
In this part of the country without being
The nllemp ( of the o.vncrs o'f Rey el
Bunta AnKa , Senator Orndy nnd Domino
to start the three Derby contestants for
a stake of S30.lK.iO. $10.000 each , has fallen
through at Chicago. Domino Is very sore
and will not be started In nny of the fast
events In the near future. It Is acknowl
edged tlmt Anita won the Derby on his
merits and In record time , but ( hose who
bucked Senator Orndy nnd other horses
EO heavily to win nro trying to find come
excuse for their pets' defeat by an out-
elder who was BcllliiK nt 40 ( o 1 ,
Trouble All Over lit Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD , III. , June 30. Colonel
Hugh llayje , assistant adjutant general , who
teas' sentto Cairo last night by Governor
i\ Altgcld , telegraphed thU evening ( hat an
\ greement bad been arrived at that all trains I
would st rt AS neon an the Illinois Central
should make them up , This dispatch Governor
AltKCld repeatrd ( o Vice Prcslden ( Harahan
ot Chicago , adding : "Now move your train )
and wire me If ( hero U further trouble. "
Mr. Harahan telegraphed In reply :
"Thanks , wo ore moving our ( rains. "
lt.411JtO.tn tO.WIM.V/H.S 31AV JtOfCOrT.
Humors In Petrntl ( Jiiiirlcri Hint the
MmUr4 U'lll Aid Ihr .Men.
ST. LOUIS , Juno 30. U U stated M'Crn
scml-offlclally that the general superintend
ent of the 'Burlington system , looted at
Chicago , has Informed the Anwrloan Km-
way union leaders tha ( if ( he Pullman Car
company does not consent to arbitration
within twenty-four hours hits road wlil ccair
tn haul Pullman car * .
A report that the Mobile A- Ohio has com
promised with the strikers by deciding tone
no longer haul Pullman cars rannol bo
confirmed here. The olllclnla here say xuch
n decision , If reached , would be ann.iiinc. !
from Mobile , the general headquarters of
the road.
Last night's Vandalla train brought In a
Wagner car , this fact giving rise to numer
ous stories and theories , which were .dissi
pated this morning by a ftiitcmcnt by the
.road's officMls that the car was n through
Tar to St. Joseph , Mich. , run during each
summer season by agreement with the Pull
man company.
All the passenger trains moved In and out
of the Union depot tonight without .nn >
Interference from the strikers. Lite thK
afternoon the Inspectors and car rcpalrer. %
In the Union depot yards , to the ntimbo
of fifty , went on a strike. The strikers
have appointed n press committee , with I ! .
P. Campbell , formerly foreman of the Pull
man company , as chairman. Mr. Campbell
said tonight that 3,500 men are out In St.
Louis and East St. Louis. Of this number
2fiOO were employed on this side of thv
river and 1,000 on the other. This , the
railroad managers say , Is In e.xc'ss of th"
real number. The ctrlkcrs arc beginning U
realize that to bring the strlko quickly tf >
nn end It will be necessary to secure th
full co-operation of the engineers and ( ire.
men. They fee ) confident that by tomorrow
evening the engineers and firemen will have
Joined them. They then look for a cpetdv
settlement of the difficulty In their favor.
HallumiU Impm-tlnir .Men.
WASHINGTON , June 30. H. C. Bradsby ,
emigrant Inspector at Chicago , received the
following dispatch from President Debs ,
which ho has forwarded to Air. Stump ,
superintendent ot Immigration : "General
Managers Egan and St. John have em
ployed some 2.000 men In Canada to take
the places of the strikers on the Various
railroads leading out of Chicago. It Is be-
'lleved they will enter by the Grand Trunk
this evening. "
Superintendent Stump Immediately tele
graphed Inspector Bradsby to carefully In
spect the laborers under contract and to
notify the railroads they will be held respon
sible under the alien contract labor law.
Other Inspectors along the border were given
similar Instructions.
Strikers Trylnpr tlin Courts.
DENVER , June 30. The local railway
union has decided to petition Judge Hallett
In the United States court to cause tin.
receivers of the Santa Fe road and ( hols ,
representatives to be prosecuted tor Inter ,
fcrence with the malls. Petitioners clalt : .
that they requested the representatives o :
the receivers to be permitted to move trains
afer cutting out Pullman cars , and thai
their petition was flatly denied.
A telegram has been received from Debs ,
president of the American Railway union ,
ordering out the members of that organiza
tion employed on the Union Pacific road
because' of the discharge of two men fo >
refusal to handle Pullman cars. The ordei
Is supposed to refer to the Denver & Guli
system only.
Omiiba Itoad Tied Up nt Sioux City.
SIOUX CITY , June 30. The Omaha roai
Is tightly tied up nnd all freight Is re
fused. The passenger trains are running-
under protection of deputy sheriffs. The
strikers declare that no Pullmans shah
enter or leave the city. The roads arc de
termlncd that there shall and a force oi
armed deputies Is patrolling the yards.
To Tuko Strikers' I'lnces.
CRESTON , la. , June 30. ( Special Tele
gram to The Bee. ) About fifty englncmen
left here tonight for Chicago to take the
places of strikers.
For that tired feeling Courtland beach.
XUT IX t'lI.l..llll > 'S
German llnndholdcrH of the Northern ln-
elflu Not Ills KepreHontutlvcH.
NEW YORK , June 30. The following
cable was elicited by the publication ot re
ports hero that the German committees
representing foreign holders of Northern
Pacific bonds are working In the Interests
of Henry Vlllard :
HHRLIN , June 2S . K. D. Adams , New
York : Make the tallowing statement on
the Stock exchange : We represent exclu
sively our depositors nnd clients. Allega
tions that we are In any way Vlllard's
representatives are absolutely false. You
may publish the above.
Chairman First Mortgage Committee.
Chairman Second Mortgage Committee.
Chairman Consolidated .Mortgage Commit
tee , Deutsche 13nnk.
The bondholders reorganization committee
has sent the cable to Secretary Ely ot the
Stock exchange , together with a letter In
which reference Is made to the following
statement , published In the circular of the
committee of April 25 last : "Each of the
undersigned declares that his service-and In
fluence with this committee and Its work
are absolutely Independent of the old man
agement and solely for the purpose of reor
ganizing the Northern Pacific property In
the Interest of the bondholders. "
This statement was signed by every mem
ber of the committee. At the same time
the committee distributed among the bond
holders a letter Irom the German committee ,
representing the consolidated 5 per cent
bonds , that contained this paragraph :
"Henry Vlllard has nothing to do cither with
the composition of the committee or with Its
management. He has In all respects retired
from the affairs ot the Northern Pacific and
for several months back has been In the
Orient. There Is no Intention to give Mr.
Vlllard In the future any volco In the man
agement of the Northern Pacific railroad.
The New York reorganization committee has
been formed by the Initiative and with the
co-operation of the parties Interested In
Germany. "
Tii.Kllt.t I'll 1C Hit K VI TtKH.
The Columbia group of gold mines In
Colorado have been sold for $5WO.UOO. )
Letters received from Paris Indicate that
Senator Wolcott's health Is Improving.
Judge Payne has granted Prendergnst a
stay of execution , pending the present hear
ing.Sale of Logan's Oriole stud has been
concluded. In all 228 horses were sold for
JS.0,000. .
The Astoria Packing company's cannery ,
the largest on the Columbia , was burned
The Atclilson reorganization committee
announces that the deposit of securities Is
about completed.
t'ullom llros. , merchants nt La Porte ,
Ind. , had a buttle with burglars , and now
outof the burglars Is dead ,
James H. Hums , who recently resigned
as county auditor at St. Paul has been ar
rested on the charge of receiving money
on false pretenses.
The third national Irrigation convention
has been called by the executive committee
to meet In Denver on September 3. U will
butt for seven days.
Mra. Mi-rrlll linker of Rockford , Vt. , yes
terday ImnKed her four children anil then
fled. Search Is being made for her , but she
has not yet been captured.
Jake Kllraln Intends to re-enter ( he
pugilistic profession and announces as his
llrst game Frank Slnvln. Frank has ac
cepted a challenge to tight Jake for Jl.ouo
a ulde ,
Foreign ,
Santo still remains unrepentant and
rarely speaks to any one unless the subject
of anarchy Is mentioned.
The Russian government has recently
been experimenting with n projectile
which passes through the heavlcs ( armor
Mild and pleasant Courtland beach.
Local Members of American Railway Union
Do Not Want to Strike ,
Definite Action Will Probably lie Taken
Tomorrow Mglit Mutter In llnnila
ot Cuiumlltcc Munition In
Unmliii Unchanged ,
A special call for a meeting of lodge No.
12 , American Railway union , to consider the
strike situation , was Issued at 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. Owing to the short notice
only a small number of members of No. 12
answered the call nnd met In Knights of
Labor hall last evening.
President Miller was In the chair.
-The actions ot the local officers thus far
were endorsed.
It was decided to appoint a committee of
thrco to confer with President Debs and all
communication ! ; to and from Debs will here
after pass through this committee.
The members of the American Railway
union here will canvass the other labor organ
izations and endeavor to work up sympathy
In the present strlko and ascertain what the
feeling of these orders are In regard to strik
ing for sympathy's sake. Those present
seemed to feel ( hat a strike hero would be
useless , at least that was the general feeling ,
but they did not declare themselves boldly
against a strike , as It was deemed best to
feel around for a day or two and find out
Just how the land lay.
A telegram from Debs was read. H re
iterated his former request that the Omaha
American Railway union go out on u strike ,
and promised that the strike would not be
called off until every American Railway
union man had been put back to work In
his old place. This was encouraging , and
some of those assembled were In favor of
taking Debs at his word and going out at
After a long discussion It was decided to
wait until Monday night , when a joint meetIng -
Ing of lodges 12 and 193 will be held at
Gate City hall to discuss the question. It
Is expected that some decisive action will
be taken then.
The extent of the boycott , while not being
felt in the passenger service of the roads en
tering Omaha , Is seriously Impairing the
handling cf freight. At noon yesterday
the Northwestern Issued an order declining
to receive shipments for Northern Pacific
territory on account of the complete tie-up
on that road. It also declines to receive
perishable freight In less than car load loto
for the Union Stock yards , Chicago , and
points cast. They are taking-- however , all
car load shipments for the Union yards and
points east , having received no advices as
yet from the eastern lines as to disposition
of freight.
The Milwaukee and Burlington on th&
other hand are not taking shipments from
South Omaha consigned to the Union Stock
yards for the reason that the switchmen in
the yards refuse to handle freight of roads
using Pullman cars on their passengei
service. ,
No trouble is anticipated by the Missouri
Pacific officials at this point , Superintendent
Rathburn being so fully Impre sed with that
belief that he left for his home in Atchl-
son yesterday , having accompanied the
excursionists ot the Commercial club on
their recent trip over the Missouri Pacific.
A careful canvass of the men on the Mis
souri Pacific at this point show ? that but
three of them are members of the American
Railway tinlon , who , If they went out ,
would not In any wise cripple the service ,
and these men say It would be the height
of uselessness to walk out unless the en
gineer * , firemen and trainmen went with
Everything Is arriving and leaving on
time on the Union Pacific. While the offl-
clals at headquarters are aware that Presi
dent Debs sent a general order to all union *
on the Union Pacific to join In the boycott ,
up to noon none of the men had compiled
with the order of the president. At Chey
enne , Laramle and Green River meetings
were held Friday by the local members
of the American Railway union at those
points , but nt headquarters It was given
out that a decided difference of opinion
cropped out among the leaders as to
whether the time was ripe for the western
employes of tlfe Union Pacific to Join ac
tively in the boycott. In consideration of
tills uncertainty among the men them
selves , passenger and freight service on
the "Overland" Is moving along very peace
fully. At Salt Lake and Ogden trains left
on time yesterday , and Superintendent
Molloy telegraphed from Cheyenne that his
division was entirely peaceful , all trains
moving with full equipment. . Superin
tendent HrlnkcrhofT of the Kansas divi
sion also reports a peaceful condition of
affairs with him.
General Manager Burt of the Elkhorn
stated that the Northwestern would be one
road to adhere rigidly to a principle. That
while It avoided a fight wherever possible ,
the present condition warranted the North
western In staying In until the boycott was
flattened out. .
Ho Will Use thn I.inv on Strikers on the
Union Tactile.
If Eugene V. Debs attempts to enforce a
strlko on the Union Pacific lines In Ne
braska , or In the United States district under
control of Judge Gundy , he Is liable to run
against a judicial snag which will land him
and all the American Railway union men
who strike In Jail , as the Judge emphatically
declared yesterday that even the refusal
( o handle Pullman cars by the employes of
this road would bring them In contempt of
court and they would bo dealt with accord
Judge Dundy was shown the letter pub
lished In The Bee Friday from Judge
Caldwell and ho said : "I believe that
Judge Caldwjll will do Just what he says he
will , and L have made up my mind to the
L-fTcct that In case the men go on a strike
on the Union Pacific lines In my jurisdic
tion I will deal with them promptly and
effectively If they attempt to Interfere with
any ot the trains or cars. I understand
that this Is also the position taken by Judge
Snnborn , as well as Judge Caldwell , but I
will not wait for them to act. I will pro
tect ( he Union Pacific with all ( he law at
my command If necccssary , and seu
that the orders to the receivers of the road
are faithfully carried out. No men can re
main In the employ ot the Union Pacific In
this state and refuse to handle any cars that
may bo turned over to them. Tliere are some
laws controlling the Union Pacific which are
much more stringent than those given the
receivers of any other road. The orders
make It unlawful for the employes to refuse
to handle-'any cars and If they should refuse
these men would be dealt with accordingly ,
and the laws will be enforced by this court ,
Debs or no Debs , and any violation of the
laws will bo followed by severe penalties.
"Any employe has a right to quit the serv
ice ot the road any time he wants to , but
his place will be filled with other men Imme
diately , and he will not interfere with the
rules or business of the company except at
his peril. The men who wish ( o continue
In the employ of this road must discharge
their duties regardless of outside Interfer
ence , or they will bo discharged from the
service , The agitator will receive little en
couragement to start a strike on roads In the
hands ot government receivers. "
Men In Control at Slonx City.
SIOUX CITY , la. , June 30. An atemp (
was made by 100 strikers to board an Illi
nois Central train carrying Pullmans last
night , but ( he men were driven back by a
force of forty deputy sheriffs and policemen
and ( ho truln went out with the cars on ( line.
Union men declare that no Pullmans will
go In or out of this city today. The rail
roads are determined that they uhull , and a
force of deputies are patrolling the yards
to protect nonunion switchmen.
Situation ul St. I'uul. .
ST. PAUL , Juno 30 , The situation waa
somewhat mixed today. The Omaha and
Burlington trains came In from Chicago and
started from the city with ( he usual comple
ment of sleeping cars. The Wliconaln Cen
tral and Minneapolis & St. Louis came In
on time , but OB yet U la Impossible ( o get
engineers for the outgoing trains. The Great
Western ( rain for Chicago left twenty-five
minutes late , but the la.cpmlnK train WAS
Indefinitely Inte. nnd Its .pxnet location was
not known. Trains came In on ( he Northern
Pacific , but ( he regular rnornlng ( rain went
out after twenty-seven tillliutes delay , A
vigorous attempt was made to get ( ho en
gineer to go out , but he return ! , and the
train left hero at 0:27. : Nothing was heard
as ( o Its nrrhul al Mlnnc'tiiiuJIs.
AS TO Till : UMO.1'AUiriC ,
Chrycnno Employe * of the Overlnnil Will
Pcttlr tin ; Strlko Subject Tmlny.
CHEYENNE , Junft 30.-S > clal Telegram
to The Bee. ) The strike conlmlttcc appointed
by the American Railway union nt the meetIng -
Ing last night has calleiT a Jnuss meeting of
Union Pacific employes Iri every department
In this city at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
for the purpose of discussing the Pullman
boycott. It Is the desire of the local union
to have All clasces of employes co-operate
with them In case a strike U ordered on the
Union Pacific sytteni. The committee re
fused' to state whether or not any further
Instructions had been received from Chicago ,
but the tilling of the meeting tomorrow
afternoon Is an Indication that they an
ticipate some decisive action at an early
OGDUN , U. T. , June 30. Tne Union Pa
cific men arc out tonight , The flyer went
ccst , but two Pullmans from Salt Lake were
left In the yard. The yardmastcr switched
the train to the depot track. The Utah &
Northern S o'clock train pulled out at 9:20 : ,
carrying Pullmans. No through Rio Urnnle
Western trains left during the day. The
strlko tonight ties up the Union Pacific.
The Southctn Pacific situation Is un
changed. Not a wheel Is moving on the
entire division. A rousing meeting of
the American Railway union tonight called ,
upon all labor organizations to join Hicni
and sink or swim together. The strikers
refuse to go back till the matter Is adJusted -
Justed with Pullman or the railroad annuls
Pullman contracts. All roads will be ( led
up tomorrow.
EVANSTON. Wyo. , June 30. At C:1G : this
evening the Evanston lodge ot the Ameri
can Railway union received word from Debs
ordering the str4ke and an hour afterward a
general strlko was ordered. The westbound
passenger due here at 10:20 : and the eastbound -
bound passenger due at 10:50 : are tied up.
The engineer and crew offered to pull th&
mall , but not ( he balance of the train , ana
were notified by the foreman that the ; ,
could not take the mall unl'ss they hanle. !
the whole train. Sympathy Is gcncrall >
with the strikers and a bitter fight Is lookca
BUTTE , Mont. , June 30. The Utah &
Northern , branch of the- Union Pacific road ,
and the Montana Union roads are closea
tonight by the strike. The northbound tralN
was held at Silver Bow because It hod Pull
man sleepers attached.
Assistant rosttimMer General Jones Out
lines Department I'ollvy.
WASHINGTON , June 30. Despite the
developments of ( he Pullman strike today ,
the Postofilce department considers the
dltlon of the mall service very much
proved. The postal situation In California
remains unchanged. At St. Paul the situa
tion Is reported Improv.ed. The Great
Northern carries no Pullman cars , but uses
its own sleepers , and thp Northern Pacific
Is sending out trains again , though there
are some trains ; blocked at Billings and
Livingston , Mont. , and Hope , Idaho. Re
ports of tlie delays In Montana and Idaho
were forwarded today to1 the attorney gen
eral , who will Instruct the United States
marshal In the territory Involved to take
action. The followlngj petition was re
ceived at the department this afternoon :
"Postmaster General * Blssell : The fruit
shippers of Placer county'California ' , respect
fully ask that Immediate action be taken
for the transmission of .our mail. " Acting
Postmaster General 'Jones this afternoon
briefly outlined the polfcy of the depart
ment , saying : "Under the decisions of
the courts and the opinion of the attorney
general on 'the Great Northern strike , upon
which the settlement : of that strike was
made ' , .every effort , ls"ibblns . .made , by the
Pos'tofflco department" f'p secure the prompt
movement of the mall trains and the Im
mediate transportation , of the malls. The
Potitofilce department and the Department
of Justice are working'hard , promptly and
with nil their power to this end. "
Switchmen Leaving ; the llrotherhooil for
tliii A. It. U. Ciimi ) .
KANSAS CITY , June 30 , The strike situa
tion here Is growing worse for the railroads.
The Santa Fe this afternoon has 1,200 cars
In the Argentine yanls , 600 of them loaded.1'
The switchmen are deserting their own or
ganization in large numbers and joining the
American Hallway union. All of the switch
men In Argentine are now said to be Ameri
can Railway union men and the organization
Is considered strong enough here on all
roads to effect a tie-up. The switchmen have
received an order from' the American Rail
way union to strike tomorrow on all roa'ds
In this city. It Is believed they will do so
The Santa Fe discharged all of Its em
ployes , numbering about 400 men , at Argen
tine today. The company has brought
eljtvcn firemen from St. Louis and It Is
lifting all the men It can get to act as
switchmen and will attempt to resume traffic
tomorrow or Monday with new men. All
the switching on the Santa Fe Is being done
by officers and clerks ot the road. No
through trains from the wcs ( on the Santa
Fe have arrived here since Tuesday. The
Mexico train on the Santa Fe due to leave
here at noon today has been abandoned.
Chicago & Great Western IHockiuleil.
DES MOINES , Juno 30. The Chicago Grca (
Western Is tied up here , and not a train
Is moving. The Rock Island will be tied
up nt midnight. Grand Master Workman
Sovereign tonight received a message from
Debs In which It was stated the real crisis
has not been reached , and asked Sovereign
If he would stand by the Railway union.
Sovereign replied he would , and sent tele
grams to the freight handlers In Minneap
olis , St. Paul , Spokane , San Francisco , Port
land , Boston , Baltimore , New Orleans and
other points , and all stevedores to hold
themselves In readiness to go out at a mo
ment's notice. Sovereign also sent orders
to 30,000 Chicago packers and othersto go
out. Sovereign Is In high spirits over the
success of the movement. The Chicago
Great Western has discharged thirty men for
refusing' ' to take out trains , and also has
made an appeal for police protection.
Northern I'uelllo A U for Protection.
HELENA , Mont. , June 30. The first move
In the federal court In/connection with the
Northern Pacific tle-upSvas , made today when
the attorneys ot the- road applied to the
federal court for an order directing the mar
shal to protect the property of the company
In the state and to ijmploy a sufficient num
ber of deputies to cdrry out the order. It
was granted. The application recited that
the employes had quit the service of ( he
company and refused to move trains , and ,
notwithstanding UiexJlmd left ( he company's
service , they still had possession of a large
amount of property /belonging t to the rail
road. The application- the order Is be
lieved to be preparatory to a move on the
part ot the road to start trains In this state.
Statement I'rom it'hlcf urgent.
TERRE HAUTE , Ind. , Juno 30. Chief
Sargent of the Loco t've ' Firemen author
ized the following olllqlal statement :
"The local firemen ; . as an organization ,
can take no part In tnfs boycott , as Its laws
do not permit It , and I have no authority , as
Its chief executive , to order a sympathetic
strike. In fact , I cannot order a strike .at
all , and can only give approval to one after
( he order has voted a strike , We desire It
understood that we shall In no way antagon
ize the American Railway union In Un pres
ent struggle , and have eo advised the offi
cers of the organization , "
Think the KiiBlnrern Will Join.
PUEBLO , June 30. The American Railway
union members are standing In front of
Trades Assembly hall , where the engineers
and firemen are meeting to decide whether
they Hhall join In the strike. The strikers
appear very confident. Five passenger ( rains
are standing dead at the union depot. Only
one passenger ( rain has gone out today , a
Denver & Rio Grande , which left for the
north at 6:40 : a. m.
For that tlied feeltnr-CourtlMid. beach.
( Contlnucil from Flrtt Page. )
pany nro engaging In their ilcsporsts strug
gle for supremacy thousand * ot frutt growers
anil scores df commltslon men ami cnnncrs
Rtnml helplessly by uiul hope for a speedy
settlement of the trouble. Every hour th.it
tli j struggle Is prolonged places the perliha-
blc product of a vast section of country In
greater Jeopardy. If the strike shall be pro-
lor.gcd many days fruit products to the
vnluo ot hundreds of thousands of dollars
will rot Ir the hands Of the growers and
commission men. Under a hot sun , peaches ,
apricots , cherries , berries and ninny other
varieties are ripening rapidly. The crop
must be moved at once or become a tola !
loss. Fruit has become too ripe for ship
ment and must be thrown away. Even the
canneries cannot bo reached by many
growers. It IB estimated that 200 car loads
of fruit arc perishing between California
points on the Missouri river , but this loss
will bo very Email as compared with the
loss In the orchards. The San Francisco
fruit market was glutted today and there
was a general tumble In prices. All the
steamers from Sacramento river.points and
around the bay came In loaded. Every
grower who could reach the tide water
rushed tils fruit to the city , lest It should
be his last and only market. Much of the
fruit has been mider a hot sun on river
beds and had become very soft. The city
market , too , IK limited. Most of the big can-
ncrles arc at Interior points , dependent al
together upon the railroads.
OAKLAND , Cal. , Juno 30. 7 p. m. The
strike Is broken , lit least temporarily. Trains
with PullmaiiB attached are going out on
time without disturbance. At 0:30 : a local
train with the Yoscmltc sleeper pulled out ,
and a few minutes later the Los Angeles
express followed. This train was composed
of two mall cars , four passenger cars and
a diner and four sleepers. On board were
two United States deputy marshals , who
will go as far as Mendota , where the Juris
diction of the Northern district of California
ends. At Mendota deputies from the souih-
crn district will take charge. There were
cjulte a number of passengers on board ,
though none of the ears were well fllled.
The overland express , via Ogdcn , will not
go out tonight , but the Oregon train will
Master Mechanic McKenzIc ot the South
ern I'calflc stated tonight that the Pacific
coast head of the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Firemen had received a dispatch from
Grand Chief Sargent , telling him that un
less firemen employed by the Southern Pa-
clflc company returned to work Immediately
that they would bo expelled from the order.
Mr. Sargent further stated that the firemen -
' men had no Interest In the light against
Pi'llman and had no business to strike.
The Oakland lodge of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers decided today , after
a protracted session , that they will not par
ticipate In the strike. Furthermore , they
decided that they would work with non
union firemen , but not with any renegade
union man who takes the place of a striker.
This action will hurt the American Railway
union , as they have depended upon the en
gineers to assist them.
LOS ANGBLES , Cal. , Juno 30. This after
noon's train , made up of an engine , mall
car and day coach , pulled out on the Santa
Fe without obstruction. The train had a
nonunion engineer , fireman and conductor.
The passenger coach contained no passengers
other than twelve deputy marshals. It is
stated that their destination Is Ilarstow , and
that they will bring down from Darstow all
the cars they can haul and also all pas
sengers who are stalled tliere. United States
Judge Ross has prepared an opinion In which
he contends that the em'ployes of the Santa
Fe are violating the law In refusing to handle
trains on whIcH'JUfeUnited' ' States malls-
should -be carried so' long as" they consider
themselves employes of the road. He there
fore Intends Issuing an order compelling
the men to perform all their regular and
accustomed duties so long as they remain
in the employ of the Santa Fe company.
Iron Mountain anil Mlenourl Pacific Men
lliivo All Joined the .Strike.
ST. LOUIS , June 30. At a meeting which
adjourned after midnight the employes of the
Iron Mountain road In this city decided to
strike Immediately , and as a consequence
everything on that line In St. Louis Is tied
up. A Joint meeting of the St. Louis Ter
minal employes and Missouri Pacific train *
men .was held and when the former voted
not to handle Pullman cars the Missouri
Pacific men also decided to strike.
American Railway Union Director George
Kern has been arrested on complaint oi
General Manager Ramsey of the Terminal
association upon the charge of disturbing
the peace. This Is thought to presage a
graver charge.
The strlko Is now on here In all Its force
and traffic Is rapidly coming to a standstill.
As a result of a conference held last night
and orders from headquarters the switch
men on both sides of the river refued this
morning to handle any cars whatsoever ,
and freight movement Immediately stopped.
Passenger traffic , however , moved as usual ,
all trains leaving on time. Not from any
asslttancc of the striking American Railway
nnlon men , however , but because the Ter
minal Ralllway association's yardmast'.rs
and assistants , who have never been al
lowed to join any labor union , formed a
sufficient force to make up the passenger
trains completely and promptly and to start
them on schedule time.
The strikers at this point now number In
the neighborhood of 2,000 men. These In
clude the switchmen of the Terminal as
sociation , 200 In number , and also those In
all the Individual railroad yards , between
1,500 and 1,800 In number.
As the strike became general the Idle
men began to gather In knots In the vari
ous yards and discussed the situation.
American Railway Union Director George
P. Kern passed among them , and In doing
so came In contact with General Manager
Ranvey of the Terminal association. A
few words pa < sed between them , ending In
Kern shaking his (1st ( In Ramsey's face ,
whereupon he was arrested on Ramsey's
complaint upon the charge of disturbing
the peace.
No other Incident of this character marked
the morning. Elesewhere all was quiet ,
too quiet to suit the railroad * . The mak
ing of the strike general has not only
stopped freight truffle upon the roads which
uee Pullmans , but also on those which use
the Wagners. Just why this has been done
Is not known , but It Is presumed to be the
result of acts by the latter roads at other
points than St. Louis which the American
Railway union deems hostile to Its Inter
The strike of the switchmen on the Mis
souri Pacific and Iron Mountain-roadj was
emphasized today by the turning In of
three regular road engines by their crews
with a refusal to handle Pullman cars. Ac
cording to the policy of the Gould line man
agers these men were discharged. The
American Railway union managers hero Im
mediately placed the facts In possession of
Preildent IJebs at Chicago.
OlllrlalH Tuka Out the Train.
DUI1UQUB , Juno 30. ( Special Telegram to
The Bee. ) The Chicago , Milwaukee & St.
Paul shopmen who struck last night after
250 ( half their number ) had * been lalil off
picketed ( ho yards today , but no trouble oc
curred. The Chicago Great Western mall
train , abandoned at midnight , left for St.
Paul at 9 o'clock this morning. Master
Mechanic Ilrlce was engineer. Trainmaster
Lett ford fireman and General Freight Agent
Stohr brakcman. No other passenger truln
and no freights are moving on the Great
Motion. Strikers Knjolned.
INDIANAPOLIS , June 30. Judge Woods
of the United States federal court late this
afternoon Isrued a restraining order against
the American Railway union , Bugeno V.
Debs , Its president , and other officers. Thu
order was prayed for by the attorney of
the Motion road. The petition requires an
answer from Alexander Shields , the presi
dent of the local lodge , American Railway
union , at Hammond , to show the court wliat
part ( he American n ll < vny union has in ( ho
alleged Pullinnn strike. It further pray *
that ( ho olDceri of the American Hallway
union and their coniplrittori be restrained
from In nny wise Interfering with an ) mall
trains at the plaintiff In their movement
from Hammond mid elsewhere In the Mute
j ot Indiana. The petition nlo prays that
American Hallway union members be re
strained from entering upon any pat enger
train except as passenger * , and uncoupling
cars. The order asked was granted. Judge
Woods remarking ! "It Is In line with the
action taken by Judge Uak r In ( ho coal
matter. "
More .Mon Out In Clilrngo Tlmii un Any
liny Vol.
CHICAGO. Juno 30. The tie-up of the
Rock Island road Ic olmoit complete nt the
Chicago end today. The switchmen , switch-
tenders and tower men went out almost to n
man , over 400 stopping work at 7 n , m.
The men were not expected to go out until
noon and their unexpected action left the
road In bad shape. One of the switchmen
at Knglewood threw his switch and locked
It , ( paving the yards just before the heavy
Omal.a train arrived. The train was brought
to n standstill In time to avoid a wreck and
after a delay the switches were set and the
train pulled Into the depot , carrying Its
I'tillniuns. The suburban service Buffered
severely , Switches at many places were
spiked and several trains were stopped and
serious trouble narrowly averted In the sub
urbs. Crowds of striker * swarmed through
the yards , uncoupling cars as fast as they
were attached to the engines , and Interfer
ing with the work in many ways. Two of
the "dummy" trains were detained for llvo or
six hours and the ofllclalH of the road were
compelled to man the switches and trains.
At several points In the yards police were
called In to maintain order. General Super
intendent Dunlap. after a lour of the yards ,
admitted that the situation was serious.
"We expect. " Mr. Dunlap said , "to have
trains running smoothly In a short time.
We will put now men In the places of the
strikers at once and believe thai many of
cur men will go back to work shortly. "
All Ihe trainmen at the Union stock yards
have struck In obedience to Debs' order.
The number of the strikers Is only 300 , but
no cars can be switched In or out of the
yards. The Union Stock Yards Switching as
sociation succeeded In manning pne engine
today and began an attempt to handle packIng -
Ing house products for railroads running Into
the yards which do not use Pullman cars
the .Michigan Central and the Lake Shore.
The Rock Island announced that It would
he unable to accept shipments. The Chicago ,
Ilurllngton & Qulncy will accept shipments
next week. The Chicago & Northwestern
did not deliver any stock to consignees this
morning. No mobs were to bo seen In
packlngtown this morning. On the contrary ,
considering the serious state of affairs , mat
ters seemed ominously quiet.
Employes of the Fort Wayne railroad began
quitting work In the suburban district today.
It was Impossible to run trains , and the
engines were run Into the round house nt
Fifty-fifth street. One or two trains were
manned by officers of the road and kept In
service , but traffic was practically sus
pended. ,
The Chicago & Northwestern reports todny
that Its passenger service Is moving without
Interruption. The company Is , It Is said ,
gaining ground every hour In the handling
of freight. In the car department out ot
a total force of 873 men 034 nro at work ,
leaving 229 men short In Hint department.
In the motive power department out of a
total of COS men 317 failed to report for
< : INIKAI. MANAcir.ii's STOHY.
Acknowledged tli : t the Strike Is Wide
spread unil Serious.
CHICAGO , Juno 30. The General Mana
gers association In session today Issucn. the
following statement regarding the strlko :
"Tliere Is no attempt made to deny the
strike Is widespread and serious. This
embarrasses the freight traffic of the west.
It s the greatest strike In extent since
the troubles of 1877-78. We. have no.In-
tentlop of entering into a compromise with
the strikers on any basis whatever. The
railroad companies fall to see the Justice
of the American Railway union fighting
Mr. Pullman over the heads of the railroad
companies , who have no control over Mr.
Pullman's movements or his manufacturing
business. The men now on strike are con
sidered as employes who have resigned
their positions and who arei not anxious fo >
work. Any men who desire employment
under the railroad companies centerIng -
Ing In Chicago , and who nro com
petent , will be furnished positions
and will bo afforded all the protection that
lies In the power of the companies , police
of the city of Chicago , sheriff of Cook
county , and the state of Illinois. Men arc
now being hired In the cast and brought
to Chicago to take the places of men who
will not work. It has been charged by the
American Railway union that thp General
Managers association Is Importing men from
Canada. This statement Is absolutely false.
The railroad companies do not propose to
employ any men to take the places of the
men now on strike , unless such men are
American citizens , and wherever wo can find
a man who wants to work to take the place
of a man who will not work , whether the
substitute comes from New York or Cali
fornia , we propose to give him a Job and
see that he Is protected. "
There was a big crowd today at the United
States marshal's office , men who wanted po
sitions as deputies. Marshal Arnold said ho
could procure thousands of good men with
out any delay. The men were mainly work
men out of employment. The government
does not furnish the deputies with arms of
any kind , nothing but a commission and a
star , but each applicant Is required to have
a revolver of his own.
United States Maishal Arnold received a
reply this afternoon from Attorney General
Olney to the telegram sent by the marshal
Intho morning. Mr. Olney Instructed the
marshal to grant the request of the Rail
way Managers association for deputies to
protect the mall trains. The attorney
general's reply was : "You are nuthorl/-Ml
to employ sufficient deputies to prevent the
obstruction of the mails and to arrest all
persons who may attempt such obstruction.
"OLNEY , Attorney General. "
snmcr. sruicAiMNu AT IJKNVKK.
livery Koiut Hxrc.pt the Burlington mill
Union rnclflo Having Trouble.
DENVER , June 30. The railroad strlko Is
spreading rapidly In Colorado. The Colorado
Midland , a branch of the Santa Vi > , and the
Gulf road are completely tied up tonight and
the Denver & Rio Grande Is seriously crip
pled. The Santa Fe sent out Its California
train via the Colorado Midland , but It , got
no further than Colorado City , where all
classes ot employes except conductors and
engineers struck this afternoon. Not a
wheel Is turning on the Midland , Superin
tendent Egan brought the Gulf road's train
from Texas as far as Pueblo by firing him
self. The .train crew received a dispatch at
Cuchariis warning them never to enter Trini
dad again. The Fort Worth express out of
Denver last night got only as far as Cu-
charas. The Gulf road's switchmen , firemen
and Shopmen at Pueblo struck this afternoon ,
paralyzing traffic. The receiver has sent out
notice that the road will receive no perish
able freight. On application of Receiver
Trumbull , Judge Hallett Issued a restraining
order exactly similar to the one Issued for
the Santa Fe , United States Marshal Israel
sent 200 deputies to Trinidad to servo and
enforce the order of the court. The
Denver & Hlo Grande succeeded today In
getting trains through Pueblo and Sallda.
where the employes have struck , colored
porters , who had been denied membership
In the American Railway union , coupling
on the Pullman cars , but at Grand Junction
all the Denver & Hlo Grande's broad guagc
and narrow guage trains arc stalled , Thu
Santa Fo managed to send ono train cast
from La Junta today and ono north from
Pueblo. The Rock Island excursion train ,
with a party of republican leaguers bound
for Rockvale , could not proceed beyond
Pueblo , and the excursionists ruturned to
Denver on the Hlo Grande , So far the Union
Pacific and the Durllngton have had no
trouble ,
Information waa received tonight by Hlo
Grande officials that ( ho men at Grand
Junction had reconsidered their action today.
The result Is that the labor differences on
the three roads entering there have been
settled to the tsatlnfactlon ot both Bidet ) to
tlio controversy , and trains will hereafter
run as ttsunt. The Illo Ornndo rend suc
ceeded In sending All trains through today
with alight delays at Salsdn and Pueblo ,
Clnclmmll HoAili Mint I'lriily of Applicant *
for StrlkriV I'lnro * .
CINCINNATI , Juno 30. The railroads were
paying oft the striker * hero today and hiring
new men. Iut only pitftscngor trains
were , moving. At the utoak yards ( ho yardmaster -
master was running ( he only switch cnglno
and with new switchmen was unable to re
lieve tuffcrlng live stock. No llvo stock or
< iny freight was received. The men in the
Cincinnati Southern shops at Ludlow , Ky. , .
In the Loulcvllle & Nashville , Chesapeake &
Ohio and Kentucky Central shops at Coving-
ton , Ky. , WCTO all ordered out by P. W.
I'helnn , representing President Debs , and
they obeye-i the order. The roads notified
them to come to tl.i t'toji'i ' this afternoon
and git tbttr pjy. Or.o nun attempted ( o
uncouple n train , and vAS fl.-ed upan by a
United States marshal , but WAS not hit.
The managers of all roads hero met nt
noon and reported many more applications
than needed to fill nil plates. They de
cided to proceed with new men. The
strikers have called meetings for tonight.
Meantime strikers attacked the new men
In the Ludlow yards with stones and other i
wctpons. Jefferson Mayflcld and Walter
Marshall , new men , were badly hurt. May-
field's condition Is ecrlous. The strikers I
nlto charged on new men In the Cincinnati ,
Hamilton & Dayton yards. Sheriff 31
Dennett arrested their leader , James A.
Holland , when the croud Attempted to release -
lease ( he prisoner. If F.W. Plielnn , Presi
dent Debs' representative , had not rushed
In and called the mob oft there would hftvo
been a bloody collision.
The strikers attacked now switchmen In
the Dig Four yards. Thu nonunion men
were badly beaten up. The engineers and *
firemen then took their locomotives to the i\ \
round house , stopping everything. The en
gines of freight along the Louisville & N.ish-
vlllo arc coming In light , the trains being
left on hidings.
Cincinnati tialns on all roads went out
with Pullmans as usu.il tonight.
Judge Tuft of the United States circuit
court granted a temporary order restraining
the officers and men of the Dig Four , the
Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dayton , the Ualtl-
moro & Ohio Southwestern railways from
refusing to carry curs of freight or pas
sengers delivered to them by ( ho Cincinnati ,
New Orleans & Texas Pacific. The ( om-
porary Injunction hold to July 7 , when the
application will be heard.
One hundred Winchesters with a supply
of ammunition were put In the ImnJa of
United States marshals at Ludlow tonight.
Firemen Will Nut .loin It
INDIANAPOLIS , Juno 30. Frank P. Sar
gent , grand master of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen , who arrived hero today ,
said the firemen will not join the strike.
"Tho laws of our organization prohibit 'us
as an organization from taklngmny part'In
this struggle against the Pullman company
by the American Railway union , and wo
shall not be drawn Into It , " said Mr. Sargent.
All Trillns Tied dp lit Duhuquc.
DUDUQUE , June 30. The Chicago Great
Western Is tied up tight at ( his point , and
no trains have passed since 3 o'clock this
morning. The men are quiet and orderly.
The strike was Inaugurated yesterday" after
noon by telegraph operators and trainmen
on the Chicago Great Western quitting as
soon as train No. 4 , bound east , had cleared.
Iloycott Notcn.
There Is no trouble with strikers at In
The Chesapeake & Ohio yesterday dropped
Its Pullmans out of St. Louis ;
No effort was made at Dloomlngton , III. ,
to Intcrfcro with Alton trains.
Southern Pacific officials have asked that
state troops be sent to Oakland.
Not n dollar's worth of coal , can bo had
In Pueblo on account of the strlko.
Advices from Fort Worth state the boy
cott Is not yet effective at that point.
The men on the Fergus Falls division of
the Northern Pacific struck yesterday.
No Rio Grande or Colorado Midland tranls
arrived" or left Leadvllleyesterdaj. .
It Is rumored at Philadelphia that a Htrlko
will bo tried on the Pennsylvania road.
The Columbus , Hocking VaIleV. . . & Toledo
freight men joined the strike yesterday.
The Northern Pacific announces It will
move through trains out of Portland today.
The Northern and Southern Pacific roads
operated local trains out of Portland yester
John McCabe has been arrested for ston
ing trainmen In the Ulg Four yards at Cin
Officers of the American Railway union
at Albuquerque have been arrested for con
tempt of court.
The Baltimore & Ohio claims to have many
applications from men who want to take the
strikers' places.
Only one train on the Alton , which went
through without stopping , has been able to
pass Lincoln , III.
Employes of the Brooklyn Street railway
threaten to strike because that company
uses Pullman built cars.
Only three office men on the Rock Island
are working at La Salic , III. The Burling
ton Is not affected at "ml point.
Great Northern switchmen refused to.throw
switches at St. Paul for the Burlington
train , and this ties up the "Q. "
At Cairo ( he American Hallway union Bottled
tled Its difference with the Mobile & Ohio
and Big Four and trains Were allowed to
The Northern Pacific got n train over th *
eastern division yesterday. The division su
perintendent ran the engine and the road-
master fired.
Minneapolis & St. Louis and Burlington ,
Cedar Rapids & Northern switchmen at Al
bert Lea , Minn. , have struck , and trains
cannot get past that point.
The Federation of Labor at Chicago has
replied to Debs that they cannot call out
( ho men of that organization , but will. not
allow any of their men to take ( ho place o
strikers. _
A delicious remedy Courtland beach. >
II '
Tcetblne , Crying , Colic , Wakeful.
IICHF , I'cuvlnhuciM and Worrying.
The report of the Bureau of Vital
Bhcnvs that the summer hnivmt of ikntha among
Infants anil young children hits begun , and will
Incrcabo and contlnuu durlnt : the hot month * . If
yuu would protect and Inmire. tlm eafi'ly ot your
chllil Ihroiich th dimmer , line HUMI'lIHEY'B
KPIX'IFIO " 3. " It Is a quick cure for all In.
funt dlHvuiTB , TVclhlnt , ' , Crying , Colic , Wokc/uN
nct , &c. , and tukc-8 tliu ] > Iucu of CordlaU , Drops ,
AiiodyiK-n and Hyrupn ; not only curlnK the dl -
eac , but by aiding lliu dlceullon , Elves strength
unJ vlKor , anil DO rnukcH hc-althx children.
Mr * . Jamm II. Fcmtcr , Bonnparte. la. , writes :
" ' 3 * IB | h beat mudlclno tliu world can procur
for children. " il . Orant Bclioolty , Oarilcld , N.
J. , wrltea : "I cuulil not Ket alone without ' 3 * fur
the baby. It bun dune wonders for.I . | I > T. "
" 3" curcti V > 'ukcfiilm of Ailijl ) .
" 3" ronilptH of n email bottla of Bugor pelleti.
ripaiwiit | u take. I'rlcu 23c. For vul by Uruu
KlBtM or n-nt iirciia.il Ji m receipt of price ,
ana JOHN tnu , Nisw VOH&
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