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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                DAILY TELE VOLtTME TUESDAY Engineers and Firemen Probably Go win Fver POPULAB Sheet Bole CHOICE SELECTIONS must have Room for our STOCK of ALBUMS attd PAPE now under we 1 present stock CAREFULLY AHEANGEU FO AND FOB TII K USB OF BBS OF THK lEGOTETS PIANO AND Wii atasa Chopstlck Fly Away Wallls Gertrude Dream impatience Banjo In the ignite Jack Frosts Moment Playful Greene KusslanGrand Star of Affection Hartmann Shower of noses Wreath iCi THE The Stepping by VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL 100 a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50cfor 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FJBEE to any Third and Piasa teadyllixed Paints Oils iS AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and irter Oak Stores and THEY WILL BE FORCED TO DO the New Switchmen Who Have Taken the of the on the New Vork Control Are SltUHtlon at tho Orent Strike at AI New Syracuse and Othe peculiar feature of the as noted Monday in that the and conductors claim that no matter what their sympathies they will be forced to strike to protect their They say that the few neXv switchmen engaged are incompetent and and that they take their lives in their hands when they run a Twothirds of the switches have no attendance what They further assert that the trains of fifteen and seventeen ears sent out have but one and In case of danger could not be The men claim that they are thus forced to the It is thought that themen will make this their Twenty firemen struck Monday morning on this and the engineers are refusing to run en gines with green Vice Prealdetf Webb has telegraphed Governor Hill fo militia protection at f When Will Be Ordered Governor Hill was busy Monday morn ing sending out telegrams and receiving Treasurer Price and committee from District Assembly No 846 called at n Price said they came to assure the governor that the men wou d remain quiet and do no harm to the railroad companys Price said that one of the officers of the order had gone to Dewitt to quiet any dis turbanco The governor in reply said that no militia would be ordered out at the request of the railroad companv If there was trouble at any point a mos senger from the adjutant generals office would be sent and no troops would go out unless he deemed it Gen Farnsworth had gone to Dewitt and Syra cuse and was reporting everything quiet the general tried to tnlk cheerfully of the but later admitted that although trains were the situation wasnot Feeling Against Plnkcrtou i he strikers have appointed a committee to wait upon the chief of police and sheriff and nsk that the Pinkerton men bedriven out of the They claim that the men have no right under tlieordinauceto carry weapons or do police The feeling of the police is very strong against the Pinker ton men and the chief of believing that his force is sufficient to quell any dis will refuse to swear Uiem In as A prominent police official here says that some of the Pinkerton men are men whose portraits are in tho rogues gallery Tho arrival of the freight tra n sent out from New York Is anxiously looked for The freight bridge is blockaded and the draw ia but it may be the intention to take the train over the passenger nn1 from UnderSherlff Aus i Ullellloro Newton are Vtnected from Quiet at TROY quiet marks the progress of the strike In Trains are running in and out of the Union depot and the places of the forty flagmen and track men who quit Saturday are being filled as Pinkerton men j along There is not the iTlghE est necessity for their and they are likely to excite v Freight tli motlonew a the yards ofShe Central but the Fitchburg com pany is meeting with no difficulty mgboth freight and passenger Not more than half a hundred personsjaro Hanging around the and the strik ers are not molesting any of nan da Situation at 18 The Central strike IB still In progress though Buffalo does not seem to be no seriously affected as other There a bad blockade of freight In the and mails and passengers are badly One or two trains only came in from the east but most trains going east and west were dispatched as The trav Jers were not numerous for the departure of trains was An official Irethe Brotherhood of Locotaotive Engineers is reported as saying bo did not thinkthe ilt6 WLonld Ion8 and neither the engineers or firemen Will out to aid the The Strike Reaches Knights of Labor employed by the Central in this city have all gone No work Is being done All trains passing this station several hours behind HAVE NO Chief Arthur the Engineers Will JNot Chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers was asked Mon day morning whether there was any prob ability of a strike of the engineers on the New York Central He replied I dont think there is slightest prob ability of a I have received no omplaints and Idont think the engineers mve any to Tho New York Cen ral is generally looked upon by engineers obe about the best In the country to work for and the men who ore on it will robably As far as our brotherhood concerned it has nothing in common The Sudden Taking Off John Boyle PARTICULARS OF THE SAD OBellJr Had Been a Sufferer from Iniomnla for Some Time and It Sap poned to Have Taken an of Which Cauiod His Death Found on the Floor by Wife In a Dying NAKTASKET John Boyle OHellly died very suddenly at bla summer home at 5 oclock Sandnv The cause of his death posed tohavebeon accidental The its far as knownbytttw are as follows OHellly had been suffering for several days from in Uat week he had is mmon with the flremens or conductors organi zations and will not be influenced by what they may The engagement of scab firemen would not cause a strike among the unyineers if there was no other cause for quittiug The engineers must have a special grievance of their own before they will take any part In the and as far AS I know no grievance Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet c and sPraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents forthe LINE OF See the Best ROAD CART i JOHN Hardware and Farm III REDUCTION SALE NOTHING TO to Wobb from the State Board of NBJV air of quiet ness prevailed in and about tie Grand Central freight and passenger depots all through Sunday night and Monday Three passenger trains were run out Monday morning from the Grand Central Brotherhood firemen and engineers were on but General Com mitteeman Holland and Secretary Hayes of the said they would go out in No attenipt was made by the Central to run the regular New York and Harlem local though some through trains stopped at the small sta Two freight trains were got out of the Sixtyfifth street One hun dred and jtwentyflve policemen were on guard but the strikers made no These freight trains were run by green No freight trains opuld bo run out from the Thirtythird street or Johns park About Men Florence Donovan of tho state board of arbitration called upon Webb Mon day morning and said that a request had been made by the strikers that he meet Mr Webb and try to arrange the diffi culty by Webb roachfid him very but told him dis tinctly that there was nothing to arbi Donovan did uot araue the but withdrew after a short chat District Miwtor Workman Loe said that between here andBuffalo there were about men Reports received by him from along the lino show every thing to be in good In his opinion those men who have not gone out loan very strongly toward the Swltohei Left The conductor of New York Central train 88 which arrived here from Buf falo at oclock reports that four were left open in the East Albany yards and the had it not boon for the presence of mlrid of tho engineerr would have beun The train was In charge of Conductor Just ftbove the city of Hudson five switches were also left open This was discovered in time by the the trUn was stopped while the train closed the Hiring Men at 800 men have been hired in this city by a representative of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad to take the places of the striking switchmen and brakemen In the u men are not told to what point they w 11 be the usual answer to them being You will learn when you get on the The Pinkerton detec tive agency here is also hiring men to act as guards and are being sent east with AT About 100 guards have been hired so o What Powderly ia General Mas ter Workman Powderly in an Interview Sunday night said he had reqeived no word whatever from the scat of be strike The genwal executive boaid will meejs In Detroit He feels certain that tbe Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers will cast its fortunes with the Knights of Labor If such action Is deemed A MESSAGE IN A Purporting to Come from One of Crow JOHW BOTLB slept but Saturday night his wns and at18 oclock he called William H of this to attend Litchfleld went to the house and prescribad for leaving a bottle of About 2 oclock OReilly ngnin culled the and said that part of medicine left for OReilly had been The doctor thenwiveJiImaiilaKle dose to tako to the doctors ORallly I and if l to eeP he would take n little something hlmgelf see if I he could not get a few hours An Overdoie of 0Rellly and found that her husband WHS missing She went downstairs and found himonithe noor in an unconstcious The doctor was Immediately Upon ar riving he found the respiration very Mv OIRellly exPlred A bottle was containing the medicine used by from w had tak8n very but which was nearly It Is supposed that OReilly took a dose from itby would not produced and it is thought he must alsohavo taken a dose of chloral to make him sleep and that he took nu overdosa OReilly and her four daughters are nearly prostrated with The bodv was removed to Gharfestown Sunder OBcilly wto 48 years old on the 25th of liwt Sketch of Ilia John Boyle OReilly was born at Castle Dowth county JumTaSi He was tried and copvioted of hlch treason lu and sentenced to imprisonment for but the sentence was commuted to penal In 1868 he escaped to the United StHtes where he has since been OP SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADE TO PERFECT FIT ANC SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT BRUEGGEMAN BfiOs Successor tp BrueggemanO Arllailo Tailoring and Qenti Fumlihlng MILITIA ORDERED Bltuntluii tit UuurU Ing situa tion of the great strike on the New York Centra not much All is tjuiot both and at East aitd the BOO mllitlr men quartered at tho state armory are being held for orders from Governor It was expected that ibree companies of soldiers would move to East Syracuse at midnight or at day A 8 oclock Monday morning platoon of t lie fifth battery marched to Kant but did uot and not only they but the KortloU Separate whlob bad been here since 8aturdav ware called bank to tbo armory liure by order of who aald thnt would hold the state forces tlHhu could personally tat Tho oouipiviles now af the grwory nitthe FJftb Fortieth twptirttte company 6f Twtmty Sixth Sopnrate cqiwp4uy pf and the Twenty and Thirty carefully sealed containing following letter written upon cartridge Was found Sundaymorning floating la the harbor English Ship June are sinking very Latitude and unknown No compass no rudder no If this reaches a human hand ploase nbtffy Bailey We are thirteen men aboard and all In a My my mothorl Bhellvei on Hldgron Leuvltt terrace Hull If wo are not John first To Italia the Price of NEW Shoe manufactur ers are contemplating an advance In their prices of 10 per on account of the large stocks on hand In the retail this advance may not be noticed for The cause Is the scarcity of which ore selling at from 88 to 40 per more than in the spring and also the advance In patent The Patent Leather Manufacturers of have decided upon an all around advance of 10 per This agreement will probably be lived up as larga for felts are to be paid for violating it Some Blare Trouble for Congo state has annexed to its territory a vast mgion eouth of tho present frontier In the direc tion of the and over which Port ugal has claimed an Indefinite and nom inal This etep has undoubt edly been taken with the consent of Eng land and and lu order to pro Uot the territory In question against the claims of A Public iaA Bar special to The Globe says that Cardinal on being infortnertof John OReillys shid Is a pubHc Notouly a loss to the country but the church and humanity In general Turning be added Its a arwit loss a Archbishop Byan seemed greatly shocked and spare a man as ly from Ur foremost indeed a painful Secretary Bla ne seemed painfully surprised to hear of the but made no JUuilugn In WAsmsGTOX house Monday the conference wporton the sundry civil approprlaUan bill was agreed and a further conference or dured on amendments still In dispute In the senate after some sparring over question of the delay In the discussion of the during which Vest gavrnotlce that woey Item In the bill would be dis if until It was prevented a vote was taken on the Mo Plierson amend and Itwas rejected without Paragraph as to rail way bars was pitssod and the senate flmilly KoMown to discussion of the tin plato Agreed to Iloyaott the NKW The union of tho states of Pennsyl New Coiiimcllcut hold a special oqnveutlon hero Siindey for tbo purpose of oonsid ovlaif the boycotting of Twoutyflve unions were renre seiiUd and Froderlok of An agreqtueut ww i1iiulind that iiono of the membejs of tho unions ruprpsontwl should use the hadsettled with Ucury Saunders presided at a reception and meeting in honor of Henry George at Epplng Forest Qeorgo was received with great enthusiasm and In his speech ac knowledging his gave a glow to lug account of the progress of the tax idea In he bpllaiioa tt0 of it was certain to ore vail in tha hi in man named Ml olmul Doyle has surrendered himself to a soldltr of Yorkshire Light Infantry at aoouslng himself of wiirdur of one who had wfiised to join the During fbf last tcr Uiore have r t by Bftrttte PlflktUou mostly from it was certain to prevail wi kjftrt JSoi w or over two yuarn reported an toon to a height of about feet when the iiuiuchuto was 800 fraui thu ami Iwddliig ou sprpwit vjoliilty of v ana Saturday it party of a sntiko U loog MUd 19 111 Belle naces always on PITTS 4 KA 315 BELLE i ft iv f ognizod act we handle by far LAUUER THAN ANY OTHKS HOUSE A Perfect   

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