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Santa Fe Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1888, Santa Fe, New Mexico VOL I. SANTA NEW MARCH 17, 1888. Brotherhood of Will Haul Passenger and 80 PASSENGER AND IN SANTA PB ARB But No Freight Trains arc Moving on the Santa Pc It absence granted for Every item in this long consisting of larger part of which looked to the benefit of. was carefully gone over at Chicago by representatives of the of the The Santa Fe The strike of the Brotherhood of involving the Topeka & Santa has been the all absorbing topic of conversation in during the It was given that no trains would be fo move over except those carrying and that on these no passengers or express would be the railway managers feared that fiat had gone fhe safe was end matter refuged by the Fargo Express Com just as we to the gratifying news is received that the of and passenger twins on the Santa Fe system will Brotherhood men the throttle on out Santa Fe to-night as The tie up is exclusively confined to freight It is that the unfortunate controversy will speedily be adjusted and that the threatened crisis will be March 15.-This afternoon J. F- general manager of the Topeka & Santa Fe received the following and the Fe system quit at 4 o'clock ' T. To which Goddard transmitted the following 15, 18,88, Chairman of grievance Topeka & Santa Fe Kansas City 3:50 this afternoon I received your notifying me that the engineers and whom you would quit at 4 p. m. As we have kept every written and verbal agreement made with your your action is a would like to know on jt is. do you intend it shall cover passenger train F. The press agent has learned the facts concerning relationship of the engineers to the Topeka & Santa and a brief statement concerning their relationship without will probably place the company and Brotherhood in a proper the For several years the Brotherhood of has been recognized and fostered .as a legitimate and reputable trade association by the Santa Fe railroad i fully 90 per cent of employed by Company have been far years time representatives Brotherhood haye met If managers of the railroad ' and discussed or entered into a consideration of matters to The company has done this in a pursuance of a policy which it believed it was its duty to to have experienced nien in its motive power in the interest of safety and life and property of its No just request which had ever been made .to the company by representatives of the brotherhood has ever been but very recently the mileage which is the of the quarrel between the brotherhood and the was submitted to the Topeka & Santa Fe and in a friendly confer by the The To railway company ' proper thereupon OP February 1, entered into a contract with the locomotive engin and southern Kansas By contract large advantage were this class of - first provision of this written contract is in substance as no engineer or roan should be suspended or dis charged upon any charge a fair and impartial A board of inquiry is of division division master me front the division frow which com in all in secret ' March 15.- A Junta special associated press All freight engineers struck at 4 p. to-day on the Santa Fe account of the road handling the Burlington Alt trains that left here before the time set for the strike will be allowed to make the trip and will be tied on their re It is stated that none of the passenger trains will be stopped for the but should the Santa company fail to come to time within a days all pas senger coaches will be taken off and nothing allowed to run except a mail The side tracks are rapidly filling up with freight cars and by noon to-morrow all freight be effectually blocked Brotherhood engineers have been in secret session ever since 7 and refuse to give out any news except that they think the matter will be settled within a The streets have been crowded with throngs of people ever since the strike was eagerly waiting to catch the The men are all quiet and the best of order much perishable March superintendents along ' of the Topeka & railroad state that and men have gone out all along the line and business is except passenger trains now on the which will be run to their General Manager Goddard says the amount of perishable freight on the line between California and Chicago is unusually amounting to about eighty-five car in addition 100 car loads of merchandise tied up on various divisions Kansas March 16.- Interviews with a number of striking engineers on the Santa Fe develops the fact that they have examined the books of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy and Topeka & Santa Fe and found that a number of Santa Fe stockholders are also largely interested in the They say they come to the conclusion they would dip into both pockets at men feel full effects of by crippling their lines were fied yesterday that Brotherhood men would strike ny absolutely refused On Atchison the strike appears to be an though several trains are still At headquarters of the been received from the Atchison Chief Arthur said that had a despatch from Chairman claims that the company has violated their promise of strict but gives no The local situation is practically This morning all with one the St. are handling and do not expect any trouble the of the who are familiar with the railroad On this account there is sympathy with the & Quincy Railroad company at ' asked the the quickest way of ending this The railroad officer said in could brought to a speedy if the other roads would conv serve notice on Burlington Si Quincy that they had done so for the of the business interests of the country as well as for the protection of their own In there is great danger to the whole country to the present If there should be a general strike everything would be endangered and jf the Brotherhood should be destroyed ' a great danger would threaten the country which perhaps few have thought of. for years the organization of the Brotherhood has stood as a conservative element amidst all agitations throughout the It denounced that most cowardly weapon used by the Knights of the and has rendered jn this a very great service to suppose the Brotherhood under Chief Arthur is defeated in this and cither the radical element gain permanent control or the organization is broken into be the The boycotting organizations gain recruits from the engineers and firemen and there will be no longer a conservative labor organization in this country to resist It is a question the other railroad companies can afford to have the Burlington & Quincy succeed Certainly the country is in presence of a great The reporter asked if there was a likelihood of the companies the officer replied that he could not If they liad the courage of their convictions they do so and speedily settle the The two roads controlled by the Santa Fe are practically a part of Santa overland result is a embargo upon til of traffic in this portion of the south of Los The cities of San and are cut off from communication by rail to the east. 16.-Information obtainable here in regard to the strike of Brotherhood Engineers and firemen the Topeka & Santa Fe system as yet is very Vice President Smith said this morning they were still in the dark as to the cause the men's and they would not decide on any line of action until they were thoroughly informed of the both on their own account and connecting Los 16..-All is quiet in the Topeka & Santa yards and the road The overland train left here on lime but only goes as far as San Two one at Mojave other at An excursion train made up for the east last night still remains Kansas March 16.-Reports from points on the line show a complete both freight and Number 5 was but the overland No. 3 got off at manned by Ben a as and his wife as not wheel strike situation on the Santa Fe is unchanged this Not a wheel is turning except those of few switch No trains have been in - any officials The ents a regular castle garden as hundreds of emigrants have been brought on whose destination is somewhere on the of the An official of the road said he would have trains moving to but the outlook .at present is not flattering for the Mana gers of the strike absolutely deny giving any order for the Engineers say they have no but say they will rest until the lington road comes to terms with its - refuses to March 15.-Chief Engineer Grand Master Sargent were in bed to-night at early when a reporter the news of the great Topeka Fe After much mering on the door Sargent was to come but give no regarding the It was all hews to not handling San March 17.-Ther�i has been no trouble on the Southern General Superintendent of the Southern said to-day Chat the company was not handling any and the same rule was being the Arthur's t March 16.-When questioned regarding the strike on the Atchison system Arthur saidt beyond my power to give you any explanation of this The have not notified and I am completely in the The company has not broken its agreement with me. The men have done and must suffer the It is nothing but an open for it looks as though the men were tired of the grand or wilfully disregarded their duties to laws and The following message was sent to Mr. chairman of the grievance committee J. o. ' It is reported here that have ordered the men to quit Revoke it. Your grievance can be settled here by to Chicago by the Officials of the company said the action of the men was beyond their as the road had not been Burlington THE BIG Thl States Visited By a Dakota March tie up of all Santa Fe trains at this Not a single train left here since and the only one that arrived was the Kansas City when called to go on duty this replied that they were and wanted a and unable to go The hostlers made scheduled to leave here for the east at and pulled the train down in front of the Union but as Engineer Price liad not reported up to 2:15, and there no of his ing ' the engine was backed to the round At the office it is stated roads centering here have not yet to receive from them through freight consigned to the east. The city ticket agent has received instructions from Topeka to sell no and all applicants at the Santa Fe office are sent to the Missouri Union company that they haye information as to the reason for the going or what their grievances while the claim the strike resulted from the company attempting to haul in direct violation of their agreement hot to do so. A Brotherhood in conversation said he did not only but he positively knew that trouble on the was speedily that Brotherhood man running west of Chicago leave his en inside Of ten the atlantic * pacific A. March trains are side tracked and engines tied up at various points on the Atlantic & Pacific road in this Freight business is and no trains of any kind were running after 0 o'clock this The Atlantic & Pacific gave notice it would accept freight for any Kansas March 16.T-2 p. m. At this hour the union depot is there being no movement of until 4:30. An Associated Press reporter visited the rooms of the union grievance and in response to a question as to the further action of the was told by Chairman Carroll that the men on the Kansas Fort Scott & Gulf would leave their engines at 4 o'clock this and the men would go out until the was The men on the Missouri Pacific are very and this morning a the rooms of the committee and asked for orders to This was not but the inference from conversation with the committee was that the men the would go out arid the Union Pacific would go out on The committee says positively that there can be no compromise in this and riot a will be run until the men are reinstated the v - Simply Kansas March 15.-Engineers and firemen on the vast system of the Topeka Santa railway Company went out on a strike ot 4 o'clock this The strike created intense excitement and reason that the road has not handling That the strike was ordered .by some one in there vis no but in this city the men ignorance of the issuing of any gay they have quit arc The indication of other roads disgusted 111., March among the representatives of the various deepens as the uncer tainty of the situation js They hope under Chief Arthur prevail over the radical forces and pre general Jf that calamity should befall they would hold the Burlington & Quincy Railway responsible for it the 0^m^9�d, which they Mvt of The situation .as regards that road outlined to-night by official who was in consultation with others during the ' ton & Quincy Railroad company js responsible wholly for the of rates in the shower March Gresh decision in the ash injunction proceedings f cold on the Bur lington management and they have applied for another In a number of engineers have taken sick upon seeing a Burlington car in their Their answer in junction before ' hss nonplussed the railroad A truthful report by an unbiassed Press man traveled that the over the roads soys that the cent its usual Railroad are becoming disgusted the talking of combining against to trouble here this when the City express scheduled to Murray order to when r Engineer u stepped from At the same time Higgins left at the forty quit all declaring Nothing positive said os the origin cause 0? the ' San March 16.-The board of health has officially declared the pox in San Francisco The t. March 14.-Professor who is in charge of the Service predictions for this bending over a chart marked with spots this said this Storm were On Friday we cOuld see the formation of two or one on the Northern lakes and one in with the winds coming from the could tell which of these two centers would reach this portion of the country put from the direction of the wind at the time no one reasonably have supposed that the Southern which was the would amount to the terrific disturbance into which it cause of the difficulty was abundance of air pouring in from the still raging wffh great fury off the coast of New The ocean currents driving in at a frightful and the northern winds are coming with their quota of The storm seems to have gradually increased .as it went along the After passing Philadelphia it began to move more and during the past hours it has remained almost This fact is perhaps the most abnormal feature of the an end to the New March 14.-A clear sky and a little moderation in the weather were satisfactory features of the situation this Travel was resumed on the roads but the surface lines are still The meagre reports received show that the people living in New Jersey towns who started for New York on Monday had a dreadful Many trains were snowed in a few miles from the city and the 4passengers were compelled to sleep on the trains or wade through the snow for shelter in the A number of persons are reported to have perished the cold and At a dozen employes of the Singer Works started for their homes and several of them were badly One man named Ellis was picked up out of the snow stiff and He was carried into the railway 6tatio�, where he soon One party walked over three miles through the deep snow and in the able to move The New York Central situation is Chicago limited on the Pennsylvania which was stalled for the day on the Jersey reached Newark last A relief car of supplies bad been sent out in the with three locomotives pulling and to insure the passengers against Much of the live stock on the stalled trains perishing with the The milk famine is becoming One hotel yesterday paid cents a quart for the last fifty gallons a dealer The meat supply is getting short prices are Fifteen dollars a ton is being paid for There is plenty of it in the yards at New York and but the difficulty is to deliver it. Two- thousand business men from Haven have been snowed in a suburb of New since Monday afternoon papers estimate the business the contingent loss and the outlay which storm will occasion in New York at not less than seven and the loss to the states involved twenty are still Twenty funerals en route to Cavalry are stuck in snow drifts on Borden The corpses had to into houses by over Some of the drivers and horses had to be dug out nearly frozen to Of the twenty-nine staunch pilot made up the harbor fleet of New York two are safe in having outridden the nine we're wrecked on and which were out in the open sea remain utterly unheard of. The experience of the men on the boats that were wrecked was something and it seems almost miraculous there should have been no loss of s At the Western Union Office it is said that 700 telegraph poles are down along the Pennsylvania road between Washington and it is not expected that business will be usual before a week at No mails haye been The Fourth avenue line have some cars March A List of New March 16-The list of casualties caused by the storm as reported by the police is already and that it is not longer is probably due in a measure to the instructions given to the police to arrest all per sons who are not able to take care of The arrests for intoxication were unusually The accidents reported by the police are as Charles 30 left leg Anna 60 right leg Winnifred a broken David of badly injured by a Samuel an ankle Mary a teg Adolph injured on the head by a falling j. fell against a railroad pillar and was Patterson fell exhausted in front of No. 9, East 129th Edward Small a leg George Stavers fell on the street unconscious from Abrose a broken in front of No. 113 Washington from Thomas a laborer in Central died from exposure this He had walked from his home 50 Madison and fell dead two minutes after reaching the Annie Halpen found dead in the hallway of No. 419 West 39th St. Her death was due in part to George overcome with the Frederick was found lying in the snow in front of No. 419 West 48th Simon a broken left He was taken to St. Vincent's SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF NEW cars be- CAPITAL PAID UP Does a general banking business and solicits patronage of the G. 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