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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - August 2, 1877, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge news. Published every thursday a at Cambridge Guernsey county Ohio. Ii. Or. If Aines i m burlier. A terms of subscription for one year if paid within the year.12 of if not paid until after the year expires. 2 50 no paper discontinued until All the arrearage Art paid except at the option of the publisher. A very Large circulation. Business cards. Cambridge news. A. Coomb. M. Jefferson. Ors Cooper a Jefferson dentists Cambridge Ohio. Office on West Market Street Oyer Shaffner a Beymer a store. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of nitrous oxide or laughing Gas. Mar4-�?T75-tf k b Thompson s. Crow proprietor of Farmers hotel 2 on Mill Street one Square South of win. Rainey amp songs dry goods store. May 3d, �?T77-tf j. Ferbrache livery and Sale stable in the rear of times building. Patronage solicited. Accommodations Good. Oct Cambridge Ohio. Morton House formerly Starr hotel Joseph Morton. Proprietor West Side Public Square Cambridge Ohio. New pleasant and convenient. Oct 29-78 vol. . 8. The great strike. The Baltimore so Ohio. Baltimore july 21. Of the wounded last night several will probably die. The governor and police authorities unite in a proclamation calling upon the people to abstain from gathering in crowds. The liquor saloons Are All closed. The fifth regiment is on duty at Camden station. In the evening a crowd of about 3, persons gathered on Eutaw Street fired off pistols and acted in a very disorderly manner. The police charged on and dispersed them taking some sixty prisoners. One officer and three of the crowd were shot and seriously wounded about Midnight the police and tile crowd had a Lively skirmish on Howard Street in which a number of shots were tired. I he police finally drove them off and took forty prisoners. An attempt was made to break into a gun store but was not successful. A special train with 120 u. S. Marines arrived this evening. They Are stationed at Camden station. Cambridge Ohio thursday August 2, 1877. #2.00 per annul. The Cambridge news. Advertising hates. Space. 3 in. 6 in. I year due Quarter column. One third column. $12 50 17 50 20 of 40 of $18 751 $30 of Jne half column. 31 50 60 of Jne column. Too of fifteen cents per line for local in Reading matter ten cents per line for local notices first insertion. And five cents per line each subsequent insertion ten cents per line for special notices first insertion and 3 a. Per line each subset Lieut insertion. Marriage and death notices free. Cents per line. Obituaries five Baltimore july 22. About 350 u. S. Troops have arrived Here from new York. An incendiary fired a train of Oil cans this morning and nine cars were consumed. An Aid of the governor telegraphs from Cumberland that a most feverish state or excitement prevails. The strikers including Many canal Boatmen Are boldy defiant and threaten serious work in Case the company attempts to move any trains. Gen. Hancock has command of All the this City. Troops in St. Lawrence hotel Corner of main Aud third streets. Lon. B. Cook proprietor late of the Zane House Zanesville Ohio. Factory. A. Carr Fine Boot and shoe maker Martinsburg july 21. All is quiet Here to Day. Fifteen Hundred strike s Are at Cumberland Aud thus far have everything their own Way. Freight ears were broken open there by a mob this morning and a Large Quantity of provisions and other i his afforded the troops who were in actual danger of being roasted alive an Opportunity to emerge from the building and they succeeded in reaching Liberty Street in a very few moments. They marched up to thirty third Street and thence to Butler Street. Their objective Point was the u. S. Arsenal where they expected to obtain shelter while turning into Butler Street the leaders of the mob had discovered their Retreat and fully 1,000 men fully armed and Sui plied with ammunition followed in Pursuit j some of the troops fired at the citizens either accidentally or intentionally As they moved along and this added fury to the i v for revenge. When they reached the Arsenal the commandant refused to admit them. He said he had but ten men and would be powerless to hold the place if the mob should attack it. To consented to take care of the wounded and they were accordingly carried into the hospitals. The main body of the troops continued their March out Butler Street a fusillade being kept up on them by the mob As they moved Forward. The shots fired killed one of the soldiers before they reached the Arsenal and nearly opposite the cemetery Gate fully a mile above the Arsenal two others were killed and were left lying on the sidewalk. They continued their flight and crossed Over the River on the Sharpsburg Bridge the mob following. After reach Jug the North Side the troops scattered and in this Way the mob was divided into very Small bodies. In the meantime the City was in a state of anarchy. I thousands who had not joined in the Pursuit of the hoeing troops gathered about the burning buildings and trains and assisted in spreading the flames wherever they had not been applied. By seven of clock the tire Bud extended from Mil Vale station to twentieth Street and enveloped hundreds of cars the extensive machine shops two round houses the depots and offices of the Lowed to run each Way daily Over the Pitts Burgh fort Wayne a Chicago Cleveland so Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh and Erie railroads. Superintendents will be allowed to run other passenger trains if they can obtain men to run them. Pittsburgh july 27. Gen. Brown had a conference with the strikers at the outer depot to Day and obtained a Promise from them to turn the Road Over to the general manager and not interfere with new men who could be found to take out trains. Long lines of freight stand for several Miles Down the Road and t he manager refused to accept the charge until these trains were run Back to the depot. The strikers at first consented to run them in but later decided not to. All the military in the Eity Are under marching orders for Early morning. Harrisburg july 27. Freight trains started this morning East Aud West on the Pennsylvania Road and Are moving on the Philadelphia so Reading Road. A number of men have returned to work Iii the Pennsylvania Railroad Shotis. A a lie Lake Shore a Del Clingan Southern. Cleveland july 22. The strike on this Road was inaugurated at Collinwood this afternoon. Several Stock trains were Sto wiped and the engineers ordered to run their locomotives into the houses which order was obeyed. No efforts will tie made at present the officers of the company say to run freight trains. Escape having been shot in the breast but a thick memorandum Book turned the Ball. The police were stationed along the Road tracks to preserve order and received the full Force of the fire of the military. A number of soldiers were knocked Down by Large stones thrown at them. Great excitement prevails to night. The mob broke into the armory of the Reading rifles and captured All their guns and sacked a gun store. They threaten vengeance Pofi the military. The mob is tearing no Railroad tracks and there is a blockade of freight and Coal ears. The Erie. Hornellsville july 25. The strike Here is settled by Mutual Concession. The governor has been requested by Telegraph to remove the troops and there is general satisfaction on All sides. New York july 26. Tile Erie railway officials announce that tile Erie railway is open. Through Western freight w As taken to Day and tickets were sold to All Points on the main line and branches. A j a air ii Iio cd ii to shul i i to a in a. 1 property taken away. Gen. French has sent 1 1,1,1011 Transfer company Ida Smith shop a portion of his Foree to Cumberland to break the blockade. Coal miners from Frostburg have joined the strikers at Keyser men willing to work Are deterred by their wives and daughters. In jew William Boot and Cambridge Ohio. A shop in Rainey a building on making and repairing sewed work a Mill St specially iy22-tf j. Woodford livery feed and Sale stable l on Pine Street North of main. Persons arriving on the cars or any others taken to All Points of Guernsey county on the shortest notice. Ap22-�?T75-tf j. D. Taylor. T. La. Anderson Taylor amp Anderson attorneys at Law fel>20 70 office adjoining the Taylor Block. We. If. Siens attorney at Law and notary Public. Will practice in Guernsey and adjoining counties. Collections promptly attended to. Cambridge Ohio. Newark Ohio july 71. No freight trains were sent out from Here to Day. Gov. Young is Here with his stall and four companies of militia. Twelve More companies Are reported on their Way Here. The excitement is intense. The strikers adhere to their determination not to allow a freight train to leave. The governor has issued an order to citizens to keep away from the premises of the o. Railroad after six a. Iii. To Morrow. Newark july 22. No trains have moved yet from Lack of men to take them. All is quiet. Baltimore. July 27. A conference was held to Day Between i vice presidents King and Keyser and a committee of the strikers and an Effort made to Compromise matters. The formed stated that the company could not rescind the to per cent. Reduction and As that is the first demand of the strikers the attempt at Compromise failed. The company hate called Ripon the sheriffs of counties through which the Road passes for Protection and they will make no further concessions to the strikers. Post office address june 15-74 t. O. Mann Carpenter and Joiner Cumberland Ohio. A persons wishing work in this line will be promptly accommodated by calling on or addressing the above named. June 15-74 d. K. Kyles Marble and Granite works Cambridge Ohio. Keeps on band a Fin lot of the celebrated red and Gray scotch Granite monuments at the lowest prices. Italian and american Marble monuments of the Best style and Quality. Marble and Blate mantles. May 13-73-t f at Mackey Sart gallery Cambridge a specially is made of find photographs. Also copying and enlarging old pictures and finishing them in India Ink water and Oil colors oct 29-74 we. Ogler Boot amp shoe maker. In the Davis Block opposite the Public Square Cambridge Ohio. He is prepared to do All kinds of work on Short notice and on reasonable terms. Give him a cab nov. 30, 1876-tf mrs. Sarah Jane Moss la prepared to clean and co lob clothing for ladies and gentlemen braid hair and make switches to order. Combines straightened janl�?T76 Cambridge o. Or. T. Sweet i Ehst t i s t Cumberland Ohio. Put Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Quot harmless dec. 28, 1876-tf Lambert Thomas. E. Harper Jeffri. Lambert Thomas amp co., produce and Wool commission Manta the Pennsylvania Railroad. Pittsburgh july 21. The Philadelphia militia 800 Strong under command of Gen. Brinton arrived this after noon and were met at the depot by Sharili i Fife who had sworn in a Large number of i deputies. The sheriff had warrants for the arrest of fifteen of the leaders in the strike and proposed with the Aid of the military and his posse to serve them. At 3 40 of clock the Philadelphia troops left i the Union depot Tor the scene of the disturbances marching out along the track and preceded by the sheriff and his posse arriving at Twenty eighth Street shortly before five of clock. The Railroad track at that Point being completely blocked with strikers the Black Hussars of Philadelphia were ordered to Clear the Railroad crossing but not being Able to do so another company was ordered to their assistance. The military advanced with fixed bayonets but were met with a Shower of stones and missiles from Hie crowd. They then opened lire upon the crowd indiscriminately and in rapid succession killing Anu Berof persons and wounding Many More. The crowd retreated toward i thirteenth East Liberty and at 5 30 the crossing was in the hands of the military. Pittsburgh. July 22. The crisis of the railway strike in this City was reached yesterday evening when the Philadelphia troops who had been sent Here to suppress the strikers fired upon the i crowd. The terribly fatal effect of the shots i fired by the troops exasperated the citizens i As Well As the strikers and in less than an j hour thousands of workingmen from the rolling Mills Coal mines and various manufacturing establishments hurried to the scene of the conflict determined to have revenge on the troops and railway officials. It was stated that Gen. Pearson had directed the troops to tire before any resistance bad been made and the fact that Many of those killed and wounded had gathered on the hillsides merely As spectators served to increase the bitterness of the crowd. By eight of clock in the evening mobs were moving about the Eity in various directions seeking stores to secure arms breaking into the j armoires of the military companies and preparing themselves to execute the threats freely expressed of massacring tile entire Philadelphia command. By this time the military had withdrawn from the Railroad crossing at Twenty eighth Street where the first conflict took place and were ordered to one of the round houses where they could find better Protection. About ten of clock in the evening a mob numbering several thousands congregated about the round House. They had previously captured the guns belonging to the Hutchinson Battery a local organization and planted them so As to command the Roundhouse. Several solid shots were tired at the building and a breach made in the Walls but when the infuriated mob attempted to Rush into the building the military were ordered to fire. The volleys of musketry which followed and the Rumor that the Gatling guns of the command were being brought into requisition caused a panic and the mob fled precipitately the military meanwhile keeping up the fusillade. The rioters however were soon reassured and As thousands were Hocking to their assistance returned to the attack. Finding it difficult to dislodge the military from the building they resolved to Burn storehouses and numerous buildings making up the terminal facilities of tills Mammoth corporation. In the round House were 125 first class locomotives which had been housed in consequence of the strike. These were totally destroyed but even the immense loss which will be sustained in this item alone is but a trifle in the aggregate damage done. The scenes transpiring on Liberty Street along the line of which the tracks of the railroads run simply beggars description. While hundreds were engaged in tiring the cars and making certain of the destruction of the valuable buildings at the outer depot thousands of men women and children were engaged in pillaging the cars. Men armed with heavy sledges would break open the ears and then the contents would be thrown out and carried off by those Bent on profiting by the reign of terror existing. A mass meeting of citizens was called at noon and a committee was appointed to wait on the Railroad authorities and suggest a Compromise and another to Confer with the rioters. The latter committee failed in their Effort Aud the Railroad authorities could not be found. At 3 30 In. A burning car was run Down the Grade under the Sheds surrounding the Union depot. Up to this time it was hoped the building would escape but the mass of Pine Timber used in the shedding Over tile tracks was soon a sea of lire and the Haines soon reached the depot a four Story building used except the ground floor As a hotel. This was totally destroyed together with the Pittsburgh Cincinnati so St. Louis freight depot and offices the depot of the Adams express company and the immense elevator near by. Another meeting of citizens was held and a vigilance committee organized to prevent further destruction of property. Hundreds at once joined the committee and order was partially restored. The Railroad buildings destroyed Are As follows two round houses one machine shop superintendents office car repair shops Blacksmith shop three or four Oil Kiouses Union Transfer depot and offices Pullman car company a laundry and offices dispatchers office powder House Union depot hotel tile Panhandle Railroad engine House general offices and freight depot and the freight depot of the Adams express company. Hie loss can Only be estimated. Along the Pennsylvania Railroad from the l Ilion depot to East Liberty the numerous tracks were filled with loaded ears. These were burned from thirty third Street to Street a distance of Twenty blocks. It is estimated that 2,000 cars loaded with Oil Coal and All kinds of merchandise were totally destroyed. All these together Toledo july 23. A delegation of strikers waited upon the engineers and firemen of the Lake Shore so Michigan Southern railway at the air line Junction near this City and ordered them to run their engines into the round House which order was complied with. All westbound freight trains have been abandoned and orders have been issued to the station agents to receive no Stock or freight of any description for any Point. This action puts an end for the present to All freight traffic on the main line and air line routes Between this City and Elkhart ., and also on the Detroit division of the Lake Shore Road. Erie july 23. All freight trains on the Lake Shore amp Michigan Southern the Philadelphia so Erie and Erie a Pittsburgh together with All passenger trains except those carrying the United states mail have been stopped at this Point. New York july 23. President Vanderbilt issued orders this afternoon that All passenger and freight trains on the Lake Shore so Michigan Southern Railroad be abandoned until further notice. Cleveland july 23. This morning All the employees in the Lake Shore machine shops quit work with one exception. The non strikers wife went to the shops took Lier husband by the Arm and marched him off. Tile la ii in lid in. Columbus Ohio july 22. At a meeting of firemen and brakeman of the Pittsburgh Cincinnati so St. Louis Railroad Liis afternoon it was decided not to blow any freight trains to depart from Columbus until their demands an increase of wages to those paid in january 1874 Are complied with. Seven companies of the third regiment state militia arrived in the City to Day. Columbus. July 23. General manager Caldwell has ordered All shops closed and the suspension of All business except such As is necessary to keep the of Assinger trains moving. About noon a crowd of men numbering 300 went to the rolling Mill and compelled the employees to suspend work. They also visited the Pijie works Wassel fire Clay company a works Peters desk works and other factories tile employees of which joined the strikers. Tile Ollie so Indianapolis july 21. Freight trains were stopped on the Ohio so Mississippi Road at Vincennes this afternoon but without violence of any kind. Passenger trains have not been interfered wit i and All is quiet to night. Cincinnati july 23. The situation on the Ohio so Mississippi Railroad has assumed a More serious aspect. All trains both passenger and freight have been blocked Only postal ears Are allowed to leave the Yard. The strikers Are posted at Stover a station a Short distance from the Eity and Are determined that no trains shall leave the City. With the locomotives buildings and other ment As the property destroyed swell the Pennsylvania Railroad company a losses to a aggregate amount variously estimated at from $3,000,-ooo to $5,000,000 of the military six Are known to have been killed sixteen wounded one mortally. Of the citizens seventeen were killed and a Large number wounded several fatally. A number of persons Are missing sunup cd to be killed. At Midnight the City was comparatively quiet. Pittsburgh july 23. No further acts of violence have been committed. Five or six Hundred men have enlisted in the citizens corgis and Many others will join. The regular state militia Are on duty in full numbers. All the troops Are under the command of Gen. Negley. The mayor has issued orders to close All saloons. This afternoon the strikers at Twenty eighth Street surrendered their arms including three pieces of artillery. As the latter were being drawn to the City by hand two of the pieces were spiked by the rioters. The military patrol the streets to night the Pennsylvania Railroad officials say there is no possible Hope of a Compromise and declare that such shall not take place though not a wheel should turn on their entire Road. Philadelphia. July 22. A strike was inaugurated at the Pennsylvania Railroad depot to Day by the men abandoning their places. At Columbus Harrisburg Altoona and various other places on the line the round houses were closed and no engines allowed to leave. 139 North water Street Philadelphia a. And i i Delaware wharf june 15-7 Kirk House formerly Grant House Corner of Market and fourth streets. W. A. S. M. Kirk proprietor. June 15-74_zanesville, Ohio. W. Lippincott proprietor of the to Eolior House. Cor. Broadway and South Sheet Quot Quaker City Ohio. 52# this is one of the Best arranged houses in Eastern Ohio. Greets will receive every attention necessary to their Comfort. April 12. 77 of Fairview Whoso Fairview Ohio. F. Dubois proprietor. Or this House is newly fitted up and kept in modern style. Good stabling. May 18-tf Mccollum so Mckinney Are prepared to attend to All the wants of their customers in their line of making and repairing wagons of All sizes and patterns. They also invite attention to the facilities for shoeing Aud the other thousand and one things made at the blacksmiths shop. Mccollum a Mckinney in arts-�?T75-tf South end Mill Street them out. An order to this effect was issued and it was carried into execution with alacrity by the rioters. As a consequence of the blockade which had existed for two Days the sidings Iii the outer depot Yards As Well As those extending eastward some three or four Miles were crowded with freight cars filled with Grain products and merchandise of All kinds besides which a number of Laden Oil joke and Coal cars were piled up in the mass. While a portion of the mob surrounded the building in which the militia had taken Refuge Large bodies proceeded to set lire to the Oil cars and in a moment the work of destruction commenced. The sight of the flames seemed to craze the rioters some of whom rushed wildly about with flaming torches Iii their hands applying them to the cars indiscriminately. An alarm was sounded and the fire department promptly responded but the rioters who had Complete control of the City refused to permit them to make any Effort to extinguish the flames. They said they were determined to destroy the Railroad companies property but would do no injury to that belonging to private citizens. They kept their word too and when a lumber pile belonging to a citizen took fire the rioters themselves turned in and helped to extinguish the flames and remove tile lumber to a Safe place. Train after train was fired by the infuriated crowd but the ears were so far Distant from the round House that the heat did not seriously affect Hie military although their Posi Tion was one of peril. Finally a Large party of strikers captured a ear filled with Coke we Iii they run from the Allegheny Valley railway track to a siding connecting with the Pennsylvania Railroad. They then procured a Large Quantity of Petroleum Oil and pouring it Over the Coke ignited the material in a very few moments the car was a mass of fire and it was then pushed along the track and forced against Hie round House the building was soon ignited and the soldiers were now compelled to prepare to Light their Way out through the frenzied mass of humanity clamouring for their blood. The building did not Burn As rapidly As was desired and the mob Bent on revenge rushed out on the Road and sent burning trains toward the doomed buildings. From Midnight until 5 of clock this morning the main efforts of the crowd were directed to firing the buildings Aud cars but about 5 30 the mob left for some unexplained reason. Harrisburg july 23. The Pennsylvania Railroad strikers deprecate violence. They ask the dismissal of Frank Thompson general manager and appointed a committee to inform superintendent Mccrea that they were willing to Compromise on honorable terms and would use every Effort to protect the company a property. The mob to night broke into a gun store and seized a Quantity of fire arms. Philadelphia july 23. The strikers i is morning set fire to an Oil train in West Philadelphia and four ears were destroyed. Four Hundred regular soldiers under command of Gen. Hancock arrived Here from Baltimore at noon fully armed and equipped. Buffalo july 23. This afternoon an assault was made by nearly 2, he rioters on about 200 soldiers who were guarding the Lake Shore Roundhouse. The military were obliged to leave the building which was barricaded by Hie mob who pushed cars in position As a defense against attack. Col. Flack of the sixty fifth regiment with about thirty men and three officers proceeded to the Roundhouse to retake it from the mob. They were met Withy Ells of derision from the crowd and under a Shower of stones obliged to Retreat at double Quick and Foree their Way through a Yelling crowd at the Point of the Bayonet some soldiers being badly Cut on the hands with knives and also clubbed. Four soldiers lost their muskets which were however afterwards recovered. Col. Flack was badly clubbed twice knocked Down forced across the canal and obliged to take Refuge in tile Lake Shore paint shop. About Midnight the mob tired the paint shop and a number of cars. The Westfield company of militia were driven from their quarters after wounding a number of the rioters. Some of the company were shot by the mob who had gained Possession of the Westfield company a rifles. New York. July i. In an interview with w. In Vanderbilt at Saratoga yesterday in regard to the Lake Shore Road lie said that the demands made for the restoration of the former rates of wages were not to be entertained for a Ino owners of the Road could not i consent to let the employees manage it. A there is a great principle involved in this matter a said Vanderbilt a a and we cannot afford to yield and the country cannot afford to have us Erie pa., july 24. Tile trouble Here is confined exclusively to the Buffalo division of Hie Lakeshore. A it trains Are allowed to run on that division be tween Erie and Buffalo. The Atlantic express from Chicago consisting of four fast Nail cars with heavy mails two baggage cars and four Well filled passenger coaches arrived at eleven of clock this morning. According to orders from Vanderbilt the train was run upon a Side track and declared abandoned. The passengers urged the strikers to run the train through to Buffalo. The strikers consented fired up an engine and attached it to the train but in accordance with an order of the mayor detached it again. The Chicago express arrived at 6 30, with about seventy five passengers and was run upon a Side track and abandoned. About ten tons of mail arc lying on the trains. The following dispatch was sent to president Hayes signed by a committee of firemen and brakeman the Lake Shore company has refused to let tile i United states mail go East of Here. We would be pleased if you would in some Way direct them to proceed with the mail and also passengers. Tile fort Wayne a Chicago Pittsburgh july 23. No freight trains have come in forgone Cut on this Road to Day. Pittsburgh july 26, passenger trains Are running regularly. Tile Vandalia coast. Indianapolis july 23. The strike was commenced on this Road at noon to Day. Passenger trains will run As usual but no attempt will be made to run freight trains. The strikers include All the shop men. The machine shops at Terre haute have been closed and tile tires put out. Pend iture by the mayor of All the Money deemed necessary to suppress the disturbances. All the saloons Are ordered closed. The railroads remain in state quo with passenger and mail trains running except in a few eases. An Illinois Central train was boarded by the strikers this morning As it was about to leave and stopped. Chicago july 26. The mob of yesterday gathered in Foree on the South Side this morning and renewed its depredations and arts of violence. They began with some 2,000 and swelled to a multitude before noon. They showed Savage bravado and seemed fearless of death itself. However when some 300 police charged them they broke up after a hot encounter. They reunited again shortly and prepared for another encounter at sixteenth Street and Ilal sted viaduct. An interchange of shots stones and invective succeeded and then the police being reinforced broke into the mob killing three men and wounding Many others. Tile second regiment and the Veteran volunteers were sent to the scene of trouble and the riot was quieted. The u. S. Troops in the City have been ordered to assist in putting Down molls and riots. The rioters were Busy All Day in various parts of the City but chiefly Between canal and Green streets and Between twelfth and f Wenty second streets. The lighting has been carried on in these limits almost exclusively and it has been continuous and bloody if not As fatal As might be expected. The police have rarely been the aggressors but whenever they have attempted to break up a mob they have in the Long run succeeded. The mob was insulting and ready for trouble at any moment but had a wholesome fear of the regiments and mounted police and of the u. 8. Troops who Are either on the ground or in close proximity to hic trouble the entire time. They have arms of the most effective sort and whenever they appear tile Moi scatters. Numerous arrests have been made and in almost every instance an attempt at Rescue was made and a consequent interchange of shots. About ten of clock In. Tile second regiment tile cavalry and Large squad of police marched to ills cd Street viaduct and there met the mob. Two volleys were sent into them which had tile effect of dispersing them. The second regiment Are quartered on the viaduct for tile night. The total number of those known to be killed is fifteen. Others have doubtless been mortally or slightly wounded and the fact concealed by the mob. None of the police or soldiers received dangerous wounds. Mines Are All Idle and considerable uneasiness is Felt throughout the Valley. Scranton pa., july 27. Idleness now reigns supreme along the Delaware Lackawanna so Western main line and at All the company a mines which Are flooding rapidly. An Effort was made by tile company a officials to have tile pumps worked but the men were immediately called upon by a delegation of strikers and informed that if they attempted to touch the pumps it would lie at the peril of their lives. Grimes and casualties. A mrs. Mary Croan was killed in new York the other Day by falling Down stairs and breaking her neck. The new York Central. New York july 24. A com Mitten of Railroad employees of tile new York Central yesterday afternoon waited upon superintendent Toucey in relation to Hie to per cent. Reduction made in their wages and were assured by hint that Hie reduction would be restored at Hie end of the month. This had the effect of keeping things quiet. All freight trains were made up and left without any disturbance and everything went on in its usual routine. Tile Cincinnati 5amliiky so Cleveland. Sandusky july 2. Tile strike was inaugurated on this Road to Day. The passenger train did not go out to night. The strikers waited on the president to night but he refused to make any concessions. Michigan oui rat. Jackson mich., july 25. The firemen and brakeman on this Road struck to night. Chicago july 27. This morning the mob gathered some two Miles from the seen of the disturbances of yesterday but no contest has taken place to Day. The militia regulars and police Are stationed at the various Points of danger and their orders Are to spare no lives. The railroads arc resuming business both freight and passenger. The mayor has issued a notice calling labourers to resume work and promising them Protection. The Railroad strikers have organized a Force to put Down the communists whose riotous acts they disavow and denounce. The it. Wayne Road started out a train at 5 15 this afternoon wit ii a guard of forty policemen. A Large number of manufacturing establishments resumed work to Day. Joliet 111., july 27. The strike is ended and trains Are running regularly. Baltimore. Baltimore july 25. All quiet Here this evening. Passenger trains Over the Philadelphia Wilmington so Baltimore Northern Central and Baltimore a Potomac Are moving with regularity. On the Baltimore a Ohio Railroad passenger trains Are running to Washington and the West. Columba. Columbus july 26. Travel has fallen off until traffic scarcely More than pays expenses in certain localities. The people want certain Supply trains run but the managers will not run any unless they can run All. The Scioto Valley Road has commenced to ship freight to and from this City. Railroad men Are still firm in the determination to resist any reduction in or suffer the railroads to resume unless their demands Are complied with. The passenger traffic has been resumed on Day trains. Columbus july 27. General manager Caldwell of the p., A s. L. Road has issued an order to employees Here promising to for time lost on account of the strike to All who would report for duty. All the employees on the Little Miami and Twenty five brakeman and firemen on the c., A i. Divisions reported this morning and announced themselves ready to go to work. Tile Canada Southern. Detroit july 23. The firemen switchman and brakeman on the Canada Southern at Slocum Junction and Detroit Junction have struck. It is feared it will be general along the whole line. Detroit july 26. At a largely attended meeting of the striking employees of the Canada Southern railway at Grosse Isle this morning a motion to resume work at once was passed unanimously. The Indianapol it Sci. Louis. In Dinapolis july 23. The Indianapolis a St. Louis men struck to Day and no freight trains will be moved Between this Eity and St. Louis. Tile Cleveland so i item Hiigli. Cleveland july 26. Passenger and mail trains were resumed on this Road yesterday. The Erie july 25. Passengers blockaded Bere to Day issued a card to the Public expressing their indignation toward the Railroad company for what they believe to be an uncalled for abandonment of their trains at this Point. The strikers they say Are peaceable and orderly and have used every exertion in their Power to Forward mail and passenger trains but Are prevented by the imperative orders of the Railroad managers. At the strikers meeting last night a contribution was taken to defray the expenses of passengers who were left without Means. St. Loi in. St. Louis. July 24. The executive committee of strikers have rescinded their order to prevent passenger trains to leave East St. Louis and it is Likely that some of the trains will leave this evening but several of the companies will refuse to turn a wheel. Preparations have been made by Hie authorities to preserve order. St. Louis july 25. Three or four parties of unemployed men and strikers have visited the manufacturing establishments to Day and business of All kinds is almost totally suspended. Only one passenger train a Toledo amp Wabash has gone Over the Bridge to Day. The strikers would allow Only the postal ear to leave on the Alton Road and the company withdrew the train. Indianapolis. Indianapolis july 24. The strikers took Possession of the Union a Quot it and tracks at Midnight and will allow Only postal cars to leave the Eity. Passenger travel on All the roads out of Here is stopped with the exception that the women and children caught in the blockade Are permitted to travel in the postal cars. The trains arriving at noon came in with Only the mail car containing passengers their baggage and express goods the coaches having been left outside. The Vandalia line attempted to place a train in Hie depot for the one of clock run but were compelled to Send it Back to the Yards. Indianapolis july 26. The strikers have ordered that each Road out of Here run one train a Day each Way carrying mail and passengers. All is quiet. The we in nit Toimi. Lafayette. July 26. The employees in the various departments in this City of the Wabash Road notified manager Hopkins to Day of their willingness to resume work. The Valley struck the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Allentown pa., july 26. Brakeman and firemen on the Lehigh Road from Easton to Magueh Chuuk this evening. The employees in the Vicinity of Wilkes Barre have also struck. Indianapolis july 27. The strike is Over so far As this Eity is concerned. The strikers have As yet failed to get Back to their old places on the Vandalia and Indianapolis a St. Louis roads but Are now in meeting with the officers of those roads. All others Are understood to have gone to work. Regular passenger trains on All the roads went out to night and also Many freight trains without being molested. Of Niichi chunk. Mauch chunk july 27. The men on the Lehigh Valley and Lehigh a Susquehanna reads Are All out and trains have stopped running. The Lehigh Valley officials have discharged All men connected with the strike and will them off at once. Action by the government. Washington july 21. The president to Day issued a proclamation in regard to the strike on the Baltimore a Ohio Railroad admonishing All persons against aiding abetting count enhancing or taking part Iii unlawful proceedings and warning All persons therein engaged to disperse and retire peaceably by noon to Morrow. The i Juirl trunk. T Montreal j uly 2 4. The grand trunk railway company and employees have effected an amicable arrangement. A slight reduction of wages will take place. The men Are satisfied and a strike will be avoided. St. Louis july 26. The crowds of strikers and Summers finished the work begun yesterday of closing the manufacturing establishments. No violence was offered but their orders were peremptory. Tiree fourths of the manufacturing establishments in the Eity Are closed the authorities believe they Are Able to put Down any mobs. The u. S. Troops in the Eity will assist in preserving order. Pittsburgh july 24. The civil authorities of the City have assumed Complete control. Everything is running quietly. The emergency police Are arresting All suspicious persons and sending them to the Penitentiary. It May be that Many innocent persons will suffer inconvenience by this Mode of procedure but the determination is to restore order. The Railroad strikers proper Are aiding Iii making arrests and workmen from various manufacturing establishments have joined with them. Hie situation on the different railroads remains unchanged and there is no Compromise so far on any of them. Pittsburgh july 25. While uninterrupted quiet reigns Iii the City and mob Rule seems vanquished a new fear is taking Possession of the people. It is thought that ten Days More will exhaust the Stock of provisions now in the Eity. A conference wast held with hic train men this evening and a proposition made that. One engine be urea and fourteen freight cars run out for provisions the strikers to receive one car in remuneration for services for distribution among their families. The proposition was received with jeers and hisses by the train men several swearing that not a wheel shall turn. A Large number of rioters Are being arrested and among them Are those charged with tiring the Union depot. Cleveland july 26. Tile announcement is made that All Mai and passenger trains will run regularly Herd after. Erie july 27. The situation is unchanged Here. The Bishop and Catholic clergy live been Labouring with the strikers to Day to induce them to return to work. A More hopeful feeling prevails that a settlement will shortly be made. Philadelphia july 25. The officials of Hie Pennsylvania Railroad state everything is quiet at All Points on their lines. They do not propose to move freight on the main line until their men who Are thoroughly Loyal can be protected from violence from outsiders. Harrisburg july 26. Goy. Ilar Ranft with troops regulars and militia passed through Here at nine of clock this evening bound West. Toledo july 27. An attempt was made this afternoon to move a freight train on the Lake Shore Railroad but the strikers detached the engine and returned it to the round House. The Cleveland Cincinnati amp Columbus. Cleveland july 23. The brakeman firemen and machine shop men of this Road struck to Day and a committee was appointed to Call on receiver Devereux and demand an increase of 20 per cent. On their . Or. Devereux promised the men that their wages would be increased to per cent. Aug. I and Hie shop hands should have ten hours work instead of nine As at present. With this the men expressed themselves satisfied. St. Louis july 27. The Outlook to Day is very much More encouraging and authorities and citizens Felt As though the crisis was passed and there would be no More trouble. At military and police Headquarters the tone of everything was More quiet but there was no relaxation of vigilance. Gen. Noble with a battalion of 400 men charged on the crowd who have held Possession of the depot since tuesday and drove them out. The authorities announce that the depot will be held and that interference with trains will not be allowed. Cincinnat i. Cincinnati. July 2. The strikers to night virtually have Possession of All roads in the Western portion of the City and no trains can run Over the Ohio so Mississippi Indianapolis Cincinnati a Lafayette Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati a Indianapolis Cincinnati Hamilton a Dayton and Atlantic so great Western roads. Tile mayor addressed about 2,000 strikers this afternoon at the Cincinnati Hamilton a Dayton depot declaring that he had been a Workingman and knew their wants that he was with them in their struggle but begged of them not to destroy property or commit any violence. Everything is quiet Are running. Cincinnati july 26. All passenger trains Cincinnati july 27. Passenger trains arc running on All roads out of this City and with the exception of the Ohio a Mississippi Road local freight trains Are moving in All . July 26. Affairs in this City remain quiet. The Railroad tracks Are being repaid. The strikers have Given notice that one train will he a1 the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Reading pa., july 23. The existing Railroad troubles culminated in this City in a serious outbreak last night. The night trains were prevented from leaving tile depot Aud Hie tracks of the Lebanon Valley Railroad were obstructed. Two cabooses and a train of freight ears were set on lire and destroyed the track was torn up and the switches turned and blocked. About Midnight Hie Lebanon Valley Railroad Bridge across the Schuylkill costing Over $150, fired and totally destroyed Hie object being to prevent the passage of troops i rough this City to Harrisburg. At eight of clock this evening seven companies of the fourth National guards of Pennsylvania arrived and proceeded along the Railroad to Penn Street. While in a deep Cut extending from Walnut to Penn Street the soldiers were assailed with stones and immediately commenced firing it is alleged without orders doing bad work among the immense concourse of people in the Vicinity among whom were Many respectable citizens As Well As ladies and children. The troops tired Down seventh and up and Down Penn streets. Seven persons Are known to have been killed and from eighteen to Twenty five wounded several mortally. Chief Cullen had a narrow Chicago. Chicago july 24. Tile strike of Hie Railroad men has become general in Chicago. It Wras inaugurated last night by a strike among the switchman on the Michigan Central Railroad and this morning the entire Foree of the Road joined them. These men gathered in Foree this morning and visited the other Railroad men in the City and induced them All to strike. Among the establishments closed up Are the following tile workshops of the Michigan Central Illinois Central Chicago Scalton Northwestern Milwaukee a St. Paul Chicago Burlington a Quincy Chicago Rock Island a Pacific and Lake Shore a Michigan Southern railroads. All the men connected with Hie freighting business on these roads have either quit voluntarily or through compulsion. As yet no passenger mail or express trains have been interfered with. A mob numbering at times 2,000 visited the Large manufacturing establishments and ordered the men to quit work which order in most cases was obeyed. Ample preparations have been made by the Eity government for the Protection of life and property. The Chicago a Alton company has suspended All business and discharged All hands. Chicago july 25. The mob continued its visits to manufacturing establishments to Day ordering the workmen to Stop in mos cases with Success. This evening they commenced the destruction of switch locomotives the property of the cd b. A q. Railroad at Halsted and Twenty second streets. Sergt. Callahan and Twenty policemen on their Way to the scene of riot in an omnibus were surrounded by a mob of 1,0<kthe horses taken from the vehicle and the Driver thrown to the ground. The officers fired from the windows and finally succeed in cutting their Way out leaving two killed and several wounded riot Era behind them. After this superintendent Hickey and a squad of police had a fight with a Large body of rioters the former being repulsed and compelled to withdraw. Altogether two were killed and sixteen wounded three seriously. During the evening the mob gutted several gun shops and upset a Street car loaded with passengers injuring several women and children. At a mass meeting to night Over 6,000 men agreed to report for special policemen. A portion of the u. S. Troops from the Indian country arrived this evening and were cheered by the citizens As they marched through the streets. The Council this evening authorized the sex the mail Washington july 24. The postmaster general has been in correspondence with the postal authorities of the Dominion and permission Bas been obtained to Send All mails from the West by Way of the great Western railway to the suspension Bridge where they will be taken by the new York Central railway to new York. The Pennsylvania Road is running local but no through mails. A vast Quantity of mail has accumulated at Pittsburgh since saturday but it is to night being carted to a suburban station and will be sent on East. No mails have passed Buffalo East or West for thirty six hours and the accumulations there Are very Large. The Baltimore so Ohio Road Are running one train a Day West having commenced to Day. On the Ohio so Mississippi Railroad the strikers allow Only engines and postal ears to pass. The Reid link Road. Pottsville pa., july 24. The9 15 a. In. Mail and express train from Philadelphia could not proceed further than Reading and has returned. The tracks Are torn up a considerable distance from the depot at Reading. Tile Railroad company have instructed their train men to take no trains out until the Road is elem in. Toledo. Toledo. July 2�?�, this morning a Large crowd composed of labourers stevedores and All classes of workingmen assembled atthe United states hotel my adopted resolutions of sympathy and cooperation with the Railroad strikers that labourers should be paid $1 50 per Day and mechanics $2.50 to $3 that every Labouring Man join with the strikers that the saloons be closed deprecating vandalism and providing for a committee of safety. A procession was then formed sind marched through the manufacturing districts notifying All establishments to Stop work at once. In nearly if not quite every instance the order was obeyed. A mass meeting of citizens was called for this evening which was taken Possession of by the discontented element and finally broke up in confusion and disorder. Steps Are being taken by the authorities to prevent any further outbreak. The situation on the railroads remains unchanged. Washington. July 23. Gov. Ilar Ranft of Pennsylvania called upon the president to Day for Federal assistance and in accordance with his request the president issued a proclamation warning All persons connected with the disturbances to disperse before noon to Morrow Gen. Hancock was instructed to make such disposition of his troops along Hie line of the Pennsylvania Railroad As will suppress disorder and protect the company a property. Gen. Pope whose Headquarters Are at Leavenworth kau., was ordered to Send All his available Foree to St. Louis. Gen. Roger of the department of the South was ordered to Send three companies to Louisville and Jeffersonville. Six companies of infantry in route from the Sioux country Are ordered to Stop at Chicago. The Secretary of the Navy has ordered All the Iron leads to be prepared for service immediately. Washington july 24. Complete arrangements have been made by the government for having immediate telegraphic communication with every Point where strikers Are. Every signal observer has been ordered to inform the War department of the situation of affairs in his Vicinity. Washington julyj2\ the Cabinet was in session two hours today considering the labor trouble. It was not thought necessary to take further action. The president and Cabinet Are of the opinion that quiet will soon prevail throughout the country. Washington july 26. Superintendent White of the mail service at Chicago telegraphed the department today to the effect that the strikers proposed to take charge of some of Hie railroads and run trains. He asked if be should allow them to carry the mails. Tile answer was that the department could not under any circumstances encourage the strikers to the extent of recognizing their rights to carry mails on trains forcibly taken from the Railroad companies. It is the intention of the government to throw a Strong Force along the line of the Baltimore so Ohio Railroad As far West As the Ohio River for the purpose of opening and keeping that Road open to freight and passenger trains. Washington july 27. The Cabinet again to Day considered the labor troubles. Telegrams showed the condition of affairs throughout the country More hopeful. It was determined that additional instructions should be issued to military commanders to insure the utmost watchfulness and immediate action in ease of an outbreak. Toledo july 26. The City is unusually quiet. A Large number of the ringleaders in yesterdays demonstration have been locked up. Eight companies of guards have been mustered into service and Are on duty. Scranton. Scranton pa., j uly 24. The firemen on the Delaware Lackawanna a Western Delaware a Hudson and Lehigh a Susquehanna railroads struck this evening failing the restoration of to per cent on their wages. Men in the employ of the Lackawanna Iron a Coal company to the number of 1,500, struck for an increase of wages. The rescinding the orders for reduction of wages. The Missouri Pacific and Chicago a Northwestern Railroad. Companies notified their employees on the 23d that the recent order reducing wages was rescinded. The order for a reduction on the Louisville a Cincinnati Short line Railroad was rescinded on the 23d. The employees of the Union Pacific Railroad were notified on the 23d that the recent order for the reduction of wages was rescinded. The Atchison Topeka a Santa a company has also notified its employees that their wages will be restored to the old Standard aug. I. The Louisville Nashville a great Southern Railroad company has rescinded its order reducing wages. A at Union depot tenn., recently Lee Davis was killed by John Allison. The parties had previously quarrelled about a bouquet which a Young lady had Given to one or the other a few Days before and on again meeting the quarrel was renewed by Davis. Allison Drew a pistol and shot Davis through the heart killing him instantly. A when two widowers get really warmed up in Pursuit of one widow we see two souls with but a single thought two hearts which want to beat each Sentinel. Turtle eggs Are retailed in Wilmington n. C., at ten cents a dozen. A miss Eliza Ogden was struck by lightning and killed at Flint mich., the other Day. A mrs. Thomas Lane was fatally burned while kindling a lire at her Home in Salisbury Mills. Mass., the other Day. Michael Riley died at Boston a few Days ago from the effects of drinking ice water when hot. 1 a Frank Kyte treasurer of Howard county Iowa recently absconded the county being $2 too loser by his thefts. Charles Murray while working in a Harvest Field near Corunna mich., a few Days ago was struck and killed by lightning. A negro named Bosey shot and killed a we Hite Man named Moore at Pulaski iu., the other night. His motive was robbery. A George Weaver was shot and killed near Forest ind., recently by John Smith. Jealousy was the cause of the murder. A Herbert Flagg of Richmond vt., aged Nineteen tripped and and fell under the wheels of his runaway Hay team the other Day and was killed. A Charles d. Little aged eighteen years accidentally shot himself dead near deck Crown n. Y., a few nights since while handling a revolver. A Thomas r. Rooney Thomas i. Of Connor and James Donaldson were killed at Baltimore the other evening by the falling of an embankment. A a. H. Wehrheim was instantly killed at Baltimore the other Day by the explosion of a Gas machine which with a lighted Candle he was examining for a leak. A three children of Charles Vincent of Alfred n. Y., were recently fatally poisoned by eating berries that had been picked near where Paris Green had been sprinkled on potato bugs. A a Man named Joe Martell was instantly killed the other morning by falling on a Flat gang edger in a Sawmill at Chippewa Falls wis. He was horribly mangled and nearly Cut in two. A Eugene Van Wagner and Howard Long boys were recently drowned at Earlville Iowa. One of them was bathing and got in deep water the other cd t to his assistance and both drowned. A Benj. Fewell fell from a Load of shingles at North Vernon ind., the other Day the Wagon passing Over his breast and a Bunch of shingles falling on his head fearfully crushing it. Lie died in a few hours. A a widow named Sybert living on a farm three Miles from Glenville 111., was found murdered in her House a few evenings since. A shovel with which the deed was committed was found near her. There is no Clew to the murderer. A a Young Man named Oliver Barnes about Twenty years of age was drowned at Leavenworth kan., the other afternoon. While washing a buggy. He was subject to fits and was drowned while under the influence of one. A the House of David Graves at Brandywine Springs del., was robbed the other night of $11,000 in United states Bonds $100 in Cash and valuable jewelry. Tramps Are supposed to have committed the robbery. A Daniel Snyder of Knox county ind., arrived at Vinciunas the other Day and the following morning was found dead on the Street having been beaten to death and robbed during the night. One Mcdonald is accused of the murder. A Leonard l. Smith of Tooele county Utah was killed a few mornings since by his Nephew Charles Wells. Family troubles led to a Light. Shots were exchanged and both were wounded when Wells beat Smiths brains out with a gun. Pm. V. Spence a prominent citizen of Maurie county tenn., was stabbed with a Pitchfork a few Days since in a Harvest Field by a negro named Frazier and died the following Day. Frazier lied and at latest accounts had not been captured although 150 men were in Pursuit. A Henry Berger of red Bud 111., while driving a mowing machine a few Days ago struck a bees nest. The bees attacked the horses which became frightened and ran throwing Berger in front of the knives mangling him so that he soon died. A the body of Charles Burt a Farmer from Gara Raxa was found on the railway track near Fergus ont., a few mornings since after the passage of a train. The head Laid across the rail and the body was covered with Brush. Tho deceased was in Fergus the previous Day with a party of strangers with $300 in his Possession. As no Money was found on the body foul play is suspected. A a Young lad named Oscar w. Moore of Newark n. J., died recently from lockjaw. About five Days previous he was pitching quoits with another boy when one of the hubs at which they were pitching was struck by a Quoit and knocked out of its place. Young Moore drove an old file into the ground for a Hub and accidentally stepped upon it and was wounded in the Bottom of his foot. His Mother dressed the wound and Oscar appeared to be getting along Well. On the Day of his death after eating his dinner he complained of stiffness of his jaws and pains in his Back and head. Soon afterwards he was seized with lockjaw and died the same night. A Clifton Jennings of Dover tenn., was shot and killed by Joseph Russell a few mornings since while the two were engaged in threshing near that town. They had a serious difficulty the Day before and while the threshing machine at which they were working was in operation Jennings it is claimed was overheard to say that As soon As he had run the last bundle of Oats through he intended to kill Russell. When it had been done he seized a Pitchfork Aud attacked him wounding him in the breast and Eye. Russell then Drew his revolver and shot Jennings four times. The two men then clinched and Russell seizing a stake beat Jennings Over the head fearfully. He expired shortly after. Russell is seventy five years of age. He has been held for trial. A a few Days since a woman was found in a wheat Field near Plainfield n. J., bleeding from severe wounds. She was taken to a House where her wounds were dressed. Her Throat had been Cut in two places and her clothing nearly torn from her body. She was unable to speak but wrote that her name was Anna Kohler wife of Franz Kohler recently of new York and that they were natives of Bremen which place they left several months ago. She left new York with her husband in answer to an advertisement for farm hands on a farm about four Miles from Plainfield. While in the Woods he Cut her Throat and stripping her of her outer garments and jewelry left her. The motive for the crime is not yet known. Mrs. Kohler has since died. Kohler has not since been seen

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