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Daily Californian Newspaper Archive: July 14, 1894 - Page 1

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   Daily Californian (Newspaper) - July 14, 1894, Bakersfield, California                                VOUJMB KBW SATURDAY JULY United Press TO IT UP i the Surrenders Its 3 WORK They Ask No Other Consid TRAINS of all in Leavening Report ABSOUUTEUr No More Trouble at or f ntment and has intensified ter feeling of the strikers the of the met at 16 this g to discuss the managers ac Their determination is awaited vthrmuch in face of the fact lat fthe American federation has re ised to aid the strikers and the fur her fact that the Chicago trades coun cil recalled its strike order of Tuesday nt a meeting last It is difficult to see how the can better the situation by continuing the No outbreaks were reported from any part of the city up to to oclock and traflic is moving with regularity on all The Knllrond SAN 4United States DistrictAttorney Garter has received a telegram from Atlorney Oeneral Olney which approves the decision of in holding that those guilty of wrecking the train must be tried for cfiairmlnibf has been com doing July liijtt this yards in West Oakland evay jjihing is pro ceeding AttHe mole trains are being started in evpry direction Superintendent Wildtr jays he is be sieged with applications for both by strangers and by former em ployes of the road now on the Yesterday the men said they would see to it that mans would no train carrying Pull be allowed to but The Local Superintendent Whlttner says that all his men on the San Joaquin di vision have reported for All the mountain division men living at Sumner have also done the The company is now in a position to operate all mail and passenger trains on schedule There will he no attempt to move freight for a day or Superintendent Wliitmer told the men when they reported that the officers of the road reserved the right to hire such men as they saw The militia will kept here for some The men who are run ningtrains that thev le nl Ibfcethio go out Whitruer told them the company reserved the right to send guards or not as it deemed The Superintendent says that if the hotheads and outside sympathizers had kept their mouths shut there would have been no apprehension of Some few have made serious threats against the but these have been repudiated by the great body of strikers and the com mittees in charge of the strike have called them down at once upon hear ing of what had been VI Dispatches to July tej following To riifi R u AV M AN tyWiKN The existing troubl throughnotified that the United Stales will tfepullman strike havinr assumed j proceed against such persons for ob thfrp hf istructing the mails in the event they continental proportions attntre Iflg no indication of reli from the ridespread business United States The clis trict of Yolocounty has been I escape conviction in the State July Worden Los Angeles which has been three days making the run to the reached the pier at with At 11130 19 leaves for Los Angeles with the usual complement of Trains for Sacra i menlo and San Ramon will he started this Superintendent Wil der says some of the old hands apply ing for work will be taken but the company reserves the right to make its selection his accomplices will be tried in d distress incident the railthe Superior Court of this county for way employes throug he Board of of the P make the following proppsiti1 They agree to return to work i body at provided they Ife stored to their for mer positions prejudice ex cept in cases they have beea convicted of mi mine and shop have been silenced Thousands of inno cent people The com mon seriously The public ence ann tranquility are This being we con it Jfcje our duty as citizens and the crime of A war rant for their arrest was sworn out before Justice Fisher of this place yes terday by a railroad Under the laws of Cali trainwrecking ia punishable by death Quiet at Oakland July situation this morning is entirely pacific and tram service will be hour local trains an More Trains Running July freight train and the overlanJ following in sight of each other hove passed Dutch The freight carries a company of As the trains neared Cape Horn they stopped and the soldiers went ahead to see whether it having been reported that the trains be ditched It was folmd safe and the trains The Boon where the wreck will probably be repaired by this As soon as the trestle work is finished trains will run to and The railroad is figuring on run The toys all The first detachment of Company which went out with the north bound train yesterday is now in Oakland safe and The train was held at Mendota over and passed Tracy shortly after seven oclock this At the CALIIORNIAN received the following dispatch from Captain Cook OAKLAND July To CAUIOKNIAN Arrived Everything They Went to A prominent member of the told a CAUHOKNIAN reporter that the reason they decided to go to work was because they received cipher dis patches from Los and many eastern inen had weakened and decided to go to work This being the it was Useless fo them to hold out He thinks the are responsible for the failure of the as the men real ized that to make a successful blockad all must join firemen conductors and When th being run to train of Oakland for Sacramento extraordinary efforts tiestrike and avert the ap Pproachjig calamities whose shadows ire upon If ended the con serious its no be in if lessons j at to attend the funeral ofengi shall oe taught by experience the i neer Dave They will go via troubles now deplored will prove a blessing of inestimable value in the Wholesale and years to The dif July is re via Thedurder of July jury was impaneled in Justice Newtons court today for an inquest in the case of Oakland and Berkeley The number of passengers is The strikers adjourned their meeting shortly before There was no disturbance or interference with railroad property last The Engineer but owing to the military are still encamped at the yards and a patrol of the southern overland track is This morning an engine carrying a dele gation of engineers started for Stockton nths At this supreme juncture every con that led up to the present Ported United States marshals arrested about 175 ttons need not be charged with obstructing the absence of several witnesses it was postponed until Fireman Dennekamp was in attendance when the jury was but he cau tiously remained in a square formed by a platoon of marines commanded by Lieutenant Dennekamp refused to leave the Southern Pacific depot until the marines were detailed to guard A Train July Mendota freight train is stalled at Seventh Dinkelspiel THE UNIVERSAL Wash Dress Several new lines have been added dur ng the past making the assortment thr finest ever by finy jrtoxpt Jlavt Special We are showing IN STRIPES AND which we will place on Special Sale June And only during that week we will offer them at 12 YARDS FOR regular price and per Did You See Our Novelties in Satteens onight a secondclass passenger 11 engineers stated their intention t stand by the company and run thei engines with any firemen furnishe by the that broke the back bone of the strike and the men weak The the men and the men feel very bitter against the engineers and say openly that if there is ever a strike on their part they will not only refuse them sympathy and but that many of the and will tender the company their services as engineers in order to break the Strikers say the soldiers are working i street whcn it came to a stop it was jideration of duty and of patriotism against One of the strikers demands that a remedy for the existi said a train out of Rocklin had a soldier ing troubles be found and The employes propose to do their their employers TERRE July iLet it be stated that they do not im pose any condition of settlement ex cept that they return to their former j All Ready for Division Superintendent Whitmer deserves much credit for the work he has done He has the confi respect and friendship of all the men under anrt now that j In Camp The boys of Company R in camp at the roundhouse are comfortably sit uated and having as good a time as could be expected under the circum There is plenty of abundance of ice and the grassy lawn is an ideal camping Strict discipline is maintained and the men are not allowed outside of the Close guard is and the sentinels last night corraled sev eral stragglers who were promptly haled before the corporal of the guard and after due examination allowed to go The greatest vigilance is and it is safe to say there will be no monkeying with the ma for a Murdered by TBRRK July oclock this morning the Big Four New York express on its way to Louis was wrecked at Fontana by The chine while they arc on The trains will Thats what were here is the in which one of them expressed him Captain Miller took supplies to the soldiers at Tehachapi this alter i surrounded by a large number ofthey are beaten he is disposed to be one of whom jumped on the generous and will probably take back cab and pulled James the firerail former employes as fur as prac to the He was then run j He says My yard is in j Burns is officer of the down the street for several blocks and i good my men have all reported finally consented to join the for work and I can handle all Train is stalled in such a manner as freight and that arrive They do not ask any recj and fireraan were instantly ognition of their order or any organi Believing this proposition to be fair Bnd it is respectfully No passengers were although the cars are a total Bridge SAN July small bridge with the belief that its acceptance willi near Mayfield on the broadgauge line ireaultiu the prompt resumption of traffic aud the revival of industry nd restoration of peace and EPGENB Secretary Proposition July refusal of i managers association to consider i proposal of the for settle the strike baa caused much was set on fire and completely de stroyed this morning after It is supposed to be the work of stri In consequence no northbound trains can leave San Jose until Jthe damage is More Troops SAN July train bearing United States troops from Fort is west They released a westbound passenger train that has been at Win nemucca since June aoth and sent it through under a military to completely blockade the Oakland A large force of police has just gone to the A Train from July a train was started for It of five two two day and a mail with two flat cars ahead of the from either To Settle a Dispute There has a great deal of dis cussion about the old fire engine and the failure of the effort made to run it on the occasion of the recent and many conflicting statements have been Agry and Thron Martial Law at July After the There were sentries on each engineers who handled the machine on that say that in order to settle the dispute they are willing to leave the whole matter to the decision of the master mechrnic of tke car shops or any other They want to have him examine the machine critically and will show him the condition in which it was while in their and are willing to abide by his whatever it may The proposition is a fair and in order to eettle the it would be well to carry U fight yesterday the streets were cleared by a charge by Marshal Baldwin has ordered every one to stay in i heir homes until the trouble is Martial law is The Mole July railroad yards on the mole are now under the protection of a force of United States State militia and dep day at Camp Roundhouse He fills the bill to General Muller and staff availed themselves of saddle placed at their disposal by Fish and took a pleasant ride this A CAUPORNIAN reporter took lunch at the officers mess at Camp Round house this It was genuine camp but was Qlvlnglhe A few copies of the DAIIY CAUPOR MAN were taken to the militia camp at the roundhouse last The staff officers and press representatives had many complimentary things to say of the enterprise of the paper and the copies were eagerly read by those fortunate enough to procure Some of the Bakerafield boys who in times past were free in criticism of this were especially anxious for a as it is the only way they could get all the latest field and flower sert at Dearys drag News Both companies will deliver ice to morrow morning I Hurrah A train from LOR Angeleswill pass through here nt this A dispatch from Oakland this morn ing to the strikers urged them not to believe uny reports about the end of the A southbound train left Oakland ut 11 oclock this morning and will probably be here alter midnight tied up somewhere to await Tevis brought H thousand pounds of ice with him from Los An geles which he very kindly distributed where it would do the most The subscription list of the CAM is increasing partic ularly in Kern where the efforts of this paper to give the latest news are fully A telegram purporting to come from Debs has been posted ut the depot ing the men to stand This scarcely In accord with the tion of Debs published The CAUFOHNIAN Is engaged publishing the If the in columns are displeasing to is not the fault of the We do not control the march of and it is not the fault of the press that world wags as it A doubleheal freight train up of cars containing freight here for two was made up sent out at two oclock this Regular crews went out A lot of provisions for troops at Tchochipa went with charge of Captain Miller and a Oa Top The old soldier U all my old friends can find mo at Arizona Chop I a Pine upright piano for   

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