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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               nian VOU VIH. NO. rUBNTON, 8A CIJKDAY AFTERNOON, AUttUBT 9. 1890. TWO CKN'IS VETS LN YANKEE I AND. THE GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT IN BOSTON AUG 12 AND 16 Progruiuiiii fur Imuseuieot and V 1 Idul of 1-XJM ctcii tu Imuile tlie Atheuft of thi. World I IJ i 'K' 1 n an 11 -elation 1 e Mti iai h im thi_ y, Luglaiid c  tho twinty fourth atinu il n iinj nn tit natioiml body of the Grind Army of the Ittpublic, will bi> hi Id it Biston The return of the pt i A A.I-QER. eiicampiii Tit to the old eAStoiu states is alHofcoineihmgof cepttonofP rtliml 18X5, and Baltftfiore, IS82 the n m jnal encampment has held west of the Alleghinies everyyear rnnei It swung over to Pofynd in 1W) after New England for Bex en irs The v. EngUnd sesgions during the exihteiK e of the order have been e up t tin time BOB tonhinl it i'i Kiw ProMdene 11 1W77 m 1878 With that  in nt Hi i nn- i uicd the hrsl iu wlut 1 il liutol dLrhurii hill (_ 11.1 i r a Tho ]ir h had t rf tt d ftt-iwi about bought f >r noi f wbith Bum dipt J B Th ina-4 f C h irli WTI (fail on' half TJ furtJirT funls a granil b 12 1 ir i hd 1 iu B in 1861 nettuu Ofln ,ut  1 thi HI i unt t 000 ajiar A fi w 'u ifi a bjl.li rs car v, hell in B< t  th b IIIL anfl tnimiH H '51111. the retiiit v, is jjint-l min ites h M IHI n ir 1 f r it Ldilin ViJ AVI uuti n t r u otat< cirtain Inn. t h me in i haiijB, imd th in 1 1 Kolief coriis of thi. drind h lp to furnish rooms attend tht uil gtn erkl rehif Am4o fiom thw feat q cf chantr the tu are tonspicu us r jr tbt good of tln< veterans Sime'ftb pjLta main quarters J in c jint ;rtb to those uf ail) beiiavjkut assx-ution or club   have r'Xiu ban 1 illurd room and i i 1 f ir public on 1 conterta P u) Chelsea hai a fine hall arJPwt 11 of Chirks n an 1 40 if ur> port prjpeitits i 1 .it i JJO each B -ndu PJ t D iili Boston Po-.t 1> Brocktjn P jinjuth ml Po.t to D IL'I f cw-n their luids ne of tao N-WHIU.; tumiiiles at the tonrth CDcanjpmeQt wilJ Ijo cnterUijtd at t n SL lialli Post 11 idfor'iiip --ts Post will J i ij ibl fjr Poit i, of Plnlililphu ml P k-t t n ,m U jv p i H i P i 1 L -tou will ru L u Post n J unra It i w h j Lri. not b fortunate as 1 1 un tin. liit t local h finl thtinseHes property at HS [Kmf hill i (jnpt mnm Vitrben librm albo of h" f i O'W til in a strange lairf mil -vptprin-f are hospitable and iihc Tlu headquarters of the anon> tlepartuifnts are located comenienth in a up of hotels close together The New Enghutl department will by toother Tlio Vr Oman s Relief corps ill mei t at Tr uiont temple The to tlio fnt unpiutnt be a free hinchtcu dailj and tl hulls w ill be opt m il for camp h IM niul reuinoRs A erj wise and aVfUl itti IWSa 1m t n Ii c- il ev >rti n the department of inf iniiitt in Tin dfpirtment will innin( in im ut inirkril with .t M Merj hotel and i n station agencica will furnish full infoi m itmn to strangers tr e of The iiocomniol iVioni for veterans m Boston do udit t that ut) and to the Cridnd Amn It n intindtd that tltete ill bom nn 1 if a e imp All the posts in the city and Mcimty will Rltllf-i armor its halls ill be opened 1 j the score _The nnintnse Btiuctuio Mc lgin-( ftcumi n iHtioni for 000 nidi Till pi tee be a colossi! bar ink under tin: t mi It tar} nile Tilt i r vns of difTfrent be aa to hectious un 1( r control of their office-, Hot 1 And boirlmr houso piun bo re ;nlir it thi former tu i for full b 1111 fl foi r wins b laidlnir, honsns 50 cents to foi rooms, So enits upward f >i in iK Hie expense fo II ivi icTms ffs and to Boston will bo hciiM Tho appiopnuted council The i iriyi jiqjina a fund of dflO Tho encarupmentr exouises will open on the IBth wnth ugnnd street parads and probablj 000 man will in line There lie, promised from New England and New York eity alone In the evening after the narade a reception will bo held in CONTINUED OK BEOONU PAOB. THE CENTRAL IS TIFD UP I he Vanderbilt Roads Affected by a Big Strike Al WAR HIIHkMUHIS  n and fair to be out of the most memorable in the of lubor trouble in the country Ordered br the Kritghts Tt Uy 1 ou the itmtl tttid tbe toHiplwtauesH ot the tie up eurprlbtd ivtrj otllcial of the road Ihe kmthta were fjuul in every depart ment fremi the dispatcher 9 oflice to the cleaners of the engines tire meu brakemen frt conductors switch men switch tenders dock laborers clerki dud every other class of labor fell Into line Ihti ntntti fit fhf, atrikft, which came so suddenly IB naid to lie In the fact that for months according to the workmen prom ment members of the Knights of Labor on se  reason being as signed Committees w we sent from the several local assemblies of which the men were memberB to (reneral Manager Touct} and they asked for the men 8 reinstatement on the ground that thej were all old and efficient of the companv and It was a violation of the agreement mads with the company that the men were to be hiid Affjc the order of fhplr irnpiijj merit, the last comers and most Inefficient tnen lobe the flrit toh-o Ihe committee re ceived no sitisfaction The men had been discharged for cause it was asserted but the cause was ghen and that set- tled-tit matter- -At its meeting neefcs in Ltici, District Assembly No M, comprising all the knights ou the road also appointed its executive board to trv meu reinstated Ihe district master workman was discharged as well li wirrip rnfrflrieri of assembly Holland Refused au Audience. The dittrict board then appealed to tlie general ofllters of the order, and J J Hoi land who was chairman of the national legislative committee of the Knlgkts ol Labor at Washington was gent for He came, but Ice .President U ebb ot the Central refused to talk null him diHlrirt pTpdifhp trfu> anrmnsly waiting in the Grand Lnicn hotel for the return of Mr Holland 'W hen he came a conference was held at the close of which District Vaster Workman Lee gave out the following for publication The Knights Appeal Brother Go-workers of Occupations in Raflrij f berv e? The officers f ihe NCT lork Central and Hjifl SOD Rhtr railroad are engaging in aa effort to iuaufeUlAtcj the p IM r.aj icJ   coi impacKi ou our organ zatjoo It will be but a fahurt time before the} proceed to exterminate all other organizations Huping you will appreua e the that thiy action on the j art of the company means what we have namely the extermination of alt labor organizations and that you will sw the necessity uf cj jpsratiug with to set aside this unjust action on the part of the company reniairj respectfujl> rows BoARn D A No 248 X, of L The Vemnndt oT the Men The follow mg demands were also form ulated for presentation to the company IBej show that tbe men through their or gamzation desired more than the reinstate- ment ot the men That all men employed by the company in any cspudly., testthan Jt per shall be Increased to W per day And for all etacfon baggage niaitera there shall be an in crease of month That tha men employed in yard service at Troy ftnd Green Island shall receive the same compeu Ration as the meu similarly employed at Kait Alhanv and Schenectady That All firemen firing six wheel connected en receive as compensation cpnts per mile and oil engineers rutininif stoc whee] connoated enRines recrlre 4 cenW pel mile Enifineers inn ninif four wheel engines ihall rece ve cents per mile an 3 firemen 2 cents per mile Ali men working ID any department shall re- ceive double for overtime Submitted respect, fully ExEccTrvB BOABD I) A 346 Done According to Webster Then the out of town members left tan-hi-lr TV in Thoy had decided to order a strike, and during the afternoon a dispatch was sent to all the forty six locals along the road, con taming the words W ebster's Dictionary That had been prearranged as the signal All along the road employes at once stopped "work At the Grand Central depot onlj one train out of fourteen that should left the station between 7 p m and midnight moved This was a fast mail train and carried no passengers Ab 11 o clock last night the Grand Central nan ClOli 1 tv tile U o I i ilfc public and the following official notice was put up at all the ticket Ihe sale of ticketB has been discontinued temporarily The ticket agent will refund if called upon to do so A Fulit to the Bitter Knd Vice President Webb says that the men who left the service of the company will Be promptly discharged, while those who remain true to their trusts 'will be pio tected and taken cars as wbTild all who come to work for the company with great emphasis that he wouldHglit the strikers to the bitter end of tluj strikers-were interviewed on the matter bnt'fieclmed to talk further than to say that H ould prove to be the bigtcst strike before It that the pioi l! m the east had seen for some years To Tlo the Vanderbilt Linen Not onl} did the New York Central em plojes who are Knights of Labor strike in this city but those at West Albany went otttnt the  vork bj the extension of the strike to all the lines of raflioad In the Vamtirbilfc sj tllfl W est bliore the I ako Miora and Michigan S wtliprn, the Miefug in en tral arid the Nickel Plate The New railroad commission! rs That detention of the stomiioh which many people feel after eatlntr, roav be due to Im proper mastication of the food, bnt Inmost vmiknOHKOf UisdlKMUvp organs, the bent remedy for which IB one of Plllg, to be taken after dinner last report M. ti i unit Jl of i f 1 }i.s of thi. N i i i i ti il un 1 II I n River null il n tn4Hitt  pro Inots ropnetor Pe LbL n i_r nil tbe n to all 1 parts of the People Stfll v illy; ut VII] IT It sent i missive t i states that lie In- re n tion from Gf en r territon at i t 1 in the v-h to l eiffht famili s ar the necess irien of lif a sIiTr) tt not nn CTd p i affaire Govern r Mf 1 to call tbt attrnti n f I 11 pi- pip T r men Is that the inn abo' t nnn if tl n f l tlie nlitf if the i-1 NiisHissippi rivei an i t given to meet tbr m t of the poorer pi ojHi in t Oklahoma 1 nt 1 in ninth he I i LOmmiinita ship 10 rn ne msi! i ited i irtnal nec.il of i i hat the town ti this -itnte of 1 s the president m t the eon t Idem ruom 1 il balance of I propunttd ftr Hood upon the tiibnt be nt mcissltiea 1 onia The} Wunt T BllJUIMilI IM VI V Dct locratic club ot t is the board ol ediu iti one of thi c loi Brhoftis He w ch more Republic in tl n g else HI his sch ol ri liuilea clui Iren of i Ihe matter will he imc- IB from Ohio an 1 I is 11 coloied schools f ir so r i Iior Removed 9 colored i has petitioned t remove J N 1 teachers in the nr.jeit with I lea than any i 1 maltreats and 1 red Democrats tttfated Clayton ii teaching in the 1 sessions Peculiar Pi o ib ir in c ulu itnn jrnportion, and [i nt nif i I i i Hi od s Sirs ipv i lijt i ss ilue ol tho htst IIOMI ruin o "10 vepit li c I 1000 k I n B d o m lien i n itustipniith n 1 economy Hood 9 S rs TH iis tin i liTj i ttrt "ffclrrhf m tr Ij ml OIK II h 1 Do'es Oi D 1 lir I till ir in Its n I ilmerlts, Huoil i rsap irilli icrmiilil s cures hitherto nn K i t the title of The pr iti til od purlller ever discovered reotill ir li III "good nimo it home tliero li 11101 it HooQ s Sirsi- pinlla Bild In Iiuill linn of ill other tilood pur flrrs Pt( 1 tr hi Its phenonn nil rrerird ol _, .1J athcrl ever idilnrd so ri] 1 lly nor held so sfeidfiMIy tho confid nee ol all .clisies of people Peculiar In tl n 1 riln work wlileli It represents, iniparilla com Wnos all tho which modern resoirch Itcflfln flelenco liis I O developeil with rrnny yetri prtctl il experlenee In preparing modicineq Bo sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla BoIdhTftUdmpiKlato nliforJS Preparorionly byf T HOOD A 00 Aiotl IOO DOSOB One Dollar IN THb BATtBALL WORLD t ijt" IfHBae At H s II si j j 0 1 4 0 0 W IHI, .jioa ooi 11 'tihc It II i Sew rk 15 tr OIH B s-t i N vs 1 Bui rica U ju br n an I KP! 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Syrup of Figi is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading gists. Any reliable may not have it on hand pro- cure it promptly for any one wishes to try it. Dot accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SIN CAL iouisviLLt KY new nan, iii JUMIHI. Thetlmo to piitchape best Releotod coal In Humnior Winter months the trade is pUHlilns bus the poal rompany in haRtetoROt out pro- UiutHdo not jirpparp BB when nof HO nusy Wo nro making a wpcrfal (Tort thin Summer (jpt the best coal that grows and ilelhtr It In the beet shape posnible anil Hfifi tTtBfllocK and order for Wluter 147. Umbrella and Valise Emporium HE-T IN THE CI1Y, Toumans Oeleb'-ated Spring Styles now on Sale, IIATTErt, 15 Wnat State Stroot lave oont to your Gurnmor Address. HAD THIS MAN AMERICAN OLOT8INQ AND TAILORING woald not how mach wiad whittled thioagh hu clothing thi Mm, nd with tit BEST TAILOR-MADE CLOFHING Atmuci pncw. Our grnt to-dtjr ut SAMPr (r 0 VUBCOATS fa; svortli J13, oar HAMPI F dtTlTS wenh for 98 for Kctf Pmntu und TO O'kl LB. Ktanmtxr, pan u hwt hoajo n. ibi unotry irltk, nght slong to tl A M 1111 i (j Wo 3 Cor St fi i y Advcr YOUR "WANTS" IN THE '11MKH flip 1 irgpst Mirletl (if I M UNP Kf AM I 111) II i. l iriuil ell 1 elhi til est nimle In th I uillle li un I lit ANGKT.Q CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 1 KPN K N N J FimP} FrullH Irplrinnj 1( I reiitn s, Milk Sliikit. Umoniih 
                            

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