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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2388. BOTH SIDES DETERMINED TRENTON, MONDAY AFTKRNOOV, AUUUttT LI. 1890. The Militia m Readiness Many Places. IMNkHMON MfcN IN ALBANY. ioe) of tl Kull ute the mil u 1 I ty llluudshed uud Mlllllii othjiiieuiiB ejuiot Ui New Vug 11 Lverythinginand around tie ork Cential depot was quiet ami i Uilj Kumlaj Noarly all of thetiams i an on schedule time, the only thnt were not started out being the 840( roton loial and the Id i> Peekskill ac oomtuodation I here weie rumors that the Brotheihood of Locomotive Engineers Would come to the aKiuf the "Inkers, but so far the iMi Ameers have made no move a (lunural Manager foucey and a number of his assistants have to begin moving freight trams today The raili oad company claim a large ninnbnrof vacated by strikers have uheul) been -railroad -mc-n> VH Prwiideut htw given the following circular to the press The tnmptiiiy'a BiuDifesto. "ihe of the compauj is this Wo will select our own men, and we do Bot that they be designated by the Knights of 1 or committees hen niPii are dismlWd we) shall get rid of the iiielln lent the most vicious, and thOM; least in aicord with our interests Win n promoti nib to be uaftda we will not bound b) the seniority rules pro- mulgated b) the Knights of Labor A due consldeintion will always given to length of service but the first and most Important rule will be the qualifications of the mtn fi'r the If our mpQ tavt? grievances the proper oflicere w ill be will lug to giant hearings and see that coneid erutinn is but we will not allow outsiders to interveiue or to interfere be- tween emylover and emploje r ur this ri alyne I refused to al luw Mr Holliuul tn discusj) any differ iiileged to exist between the com PHUV jud itii.meaj and rioT for thc-rcasrn as slated that we object to our employes being members of labor organizations These are nij views and I am satisfied that the) are coneurred in and approved by uu) olneiitl of the company b> its board of directors and by the gentlemen who are m >st interested in its securities The strike is ill advised caunot succeed and we will put it down and nmhitaln the posltlu" SMs.li lie; West Shore Trulut Late. Ihe luuueju irtersof the strikers at Forty fifth strett and Third avenue presented a qnlet apptrfianee Ilia strikers were very reticent and none of then! could beinduccd w talk of the lit-uuuoo. Master 'VV Ijte of District Astern bly No iKi arrived from Albany at noon mid atUn'k- nipMlng of the Knights at "Wendell s Assembl) room More than knights were present A resolution was adopted by the strikers thanking the of the country for the fair manner in which they bad treaud the strike AH jjneseugtr trains on the est bhore road were started gut about halt an hour behind the schedule time Inee mlng trams were de7ayed about the same length of time b) InsufDciency of switch operators Onl} about fifty of the 1UO iiieu eluploved iu thebe yardfl have ujrudz JI iHMJiiids are nicMteeljjj JiuighU, who are disc >i rigmg an) one from malf- ing application for situations No attempt was maele to dispatch or make up freight trams The oHiiuls of the Vicbt Shore road said thev expected to handle all their freight in n short time The Kcj to the Situation, Last evening Acting Superintendent issued orders to the police captains regardim- the placing of their commands The in uii bodv of tne police will be sta- tioned m the vicinity of fepujten Durvll, which is considered the key to the sitna tion The police do not anticipate any trouble Florence F Donov an a member of the btatc bouiil of arbitration has justrecelved notice from District Master Workman Lee of District Assembly Knights of Labor, Albany stating that the employes eif the New Central and Hudson River railroad were desirous of submitting the questions at issue between them and the company to the state board of arbitra tiuii (or f ____ All fliemeii Ordered Our J J lit Hand and secretary Ha) es, of the executive bo ml of the Kuighu of Tiabor ordered nil the liremen on the Vanderbilt lines to ejuit work Secretarj Hayes called on Vice President ebb bearini; a leitei fi iii Father Ducey favoring arbitration Mr Webb firmly declined to tre it with Mr Hayes, as he mad th re was nothing to arbitrate Startling Kumors Afloat. It is rumored that a strike hae been or- dered on ever) road ruunlug oat New York or Jeise) tit) When asked about this Mr Holland would neither deny nor Jkfllnu the rumor District W orkman E J Lee was ques tioned about the rumored strike on the .New Jeise) roads and said that he had not ordered It as thei men there could go Out without orelers from him He would tjelther aflnm nor den) anything relative to the It a tlt_up em the Bait mole and Ohio the Delaware, Laekawmua and Western the Pennsyl i the Fric uud the Jersey Central had taken ph.ce At the de pots of the Pennsyl vania and Jeisey Lential roads the rumor was denied TWO CKNTS VElERANS A I THE HUB AR Men Pouring Into Boston by Thousands. IHr I'lUH.lUHMr rOU 1IU >ULk. THE WECK IN TONGRE 3 AN IRISH POci'S DEATH. 11 ida) II Tclo Irttn I1 ric- mi u I vv tut) st vt u i it n i it vvoik nt thi. esl were st v i u h ft ILI i tr iius i u tth fi w passe dearie of Sia-rU ton men commanded In Hi but 1 iiiktrton art u iw un ilutj wat itthi and uirirjK for property At the Brotherhood cjf I ireim ji nn iiuin i islj dc uclal to sustain the stnktis mil Mil join thcMiilniinediatel) ihictthi IIMH 1 fiei0-ht cars loaded with iniiihiulis uc tied up nt Allianv ieuu ISoth TecTcTary PiotlfiyTiarrt 1 Btjout- the progress ma U ILi stukt is >ctiu its infancy aniT Its Pwm uud- poww if our demands arc nut in t will sinpiise people Wears nut mtufei iv itli p is singer trains null sj; til n t nlvp them but the rinifl must not attempt te iiioNu a pound of fii i0ht or time will be trouble Superintendent Ids-sell end K lieu inter vitwul Wean ,i d lime with our passenger tr mil in 1 are it isln d that the) will be on scnulul tl ne ti In Hie i md will not attempt to m iv H mv trillH todav lint in 1 u s la} maj m iki the nt tempt >A hen that atliiujt is made we shall U well proticti 1 Hill >nrt tht Mlllllu. dm ernor  some of tlit men at, Viti ona or fittsburg without his being informed of thur exist cnce Mr Roberts s ml that he w a m toimefl Gimnil 1'ngh that he no trouble aid that there wtte hut-Sun. Kwybtq iobjr on .the Peiinsj 1 Mima Mr K belts addud after iT momcm s reiicction tint thereh id been no commit iioition bctwcei th oflitials of the I'ciins) uii i raiho id and those of the NIH Iwli CuitraJ iu ugard to piegent troubles on the latter road Ml.hiKHn (Biitinl It tin >o Trouble UvnioiT Aug 11 Amuijrt merits been perfeuid for KIMDH tiains off the Michigan tin nuisMitj should arise, to the (rriiud liunk nt Windsor, London and HauersMlk Vt, liuiTalo and >UMpelision Bridge slinHir bi en inatie to transfer to tlm Uouie, uud Un'deiibbiiig, tin fjeingh Vallej, tiie Deliware and fjitka Ainu lift find the uit bhore Ass st nit bn piMiitenilint Miller of the Mic lupin en tral aa d Ihnt lie HIIS intlimd ti think there would be no tn ublc on anv of the Michigan C( ntial Inns 1 ItimhniKii'H NhW Idl.k.Ang 11- I lip linkers unions of Hie states of New Jersej Miusiiihuiitta nml (.uniiecti cut htld of spicial (omention hore for the purpose of consuliring tin bouotting of Floisclmmn's yinst Sesenl; (ho unions wero repiispnled, and Fiedrrir-k Hrrkw of I'liilndciphia, pnsided agreement WIIB reached that none of the of tiie iinlonB aliouJd usi _the joust until the tliin has with tho hakcis An was also pcrti-ctul for the- purpose of th Jj in (hiT Muoh Injury In done by the use of Irrita- ting, griping compounds taken an purga- tives In Ayer'a the patient has a mild but effective cathartic, but cm ho confidently i'roper Hill luesday Kn ION Aug 11 Ihe entampinrntrof thediinl wl ehcpcned toduj will without a doubt be the mjst imposing deiiu iisti iti jn of the kind that has occurred iu the history of the organization >eur B iston has not been so arous ed, and all classes of citizens are uniting in the matttrjjf deccira. tious and hyspital- Jtj The city Is burled in bunting aacl while the line of liiuteb is crowded- with obsenation COMJUSWK ALOER stands from which the thrift) Purittmn hope to help defray the expenses of the flags overhead. The city is full of visitors, and members of the G A H are pouring m by thousands The streets, are filled with men in blue, and famous men are present by the score, among whom was Gen B Butterfield Man> of the utltors are rather odd speci mens of humanity One family, a bus band, wife, and three children, with a trunk in a hand cart arrived yesterday from the w lids of Maine after a week's tramp The hotels are full and many bus] ness housefc, have decided to close up all business for-a week, kttmit out their en tire establishments at fabulous prices for lodging and eating purposes The Freiideut Arrives All the big public buildings have been transferred into immense liarracks espe- uallxthe Mechanics' Fair building on Huntlngtc u avenue, where spread on floor and galleries are cots for 5 UOO The B a i timore, bearing the presl dent and his aides, arrued and was received moat hospitably Ihe governor with his btaff accompanied bj tbe ma) ir wn'i chic aud nnlitarv officials went down the ba> in a titv steamer, met tlie took the president M N ML i IEKFIELD and part) on board On disembarking frnrn Meamer the .president w as greeted bj the boom of cannon and escorted by cavalry, the governor's guards and his ex celleucv in person to the state house As Bostons ills! infcU shed guest reached the state house Battery A fired salutes in his the comuion All the men of war are hcrw and curious sightseers throng their decks. Ihe Week's Programme. The da) waa devoted to sight seeing b) thejisitinjonembers of the Grand Army The official tEe mgb is as follows Mondav Reception of posts and national Tuesdaj grand pai de in which S5 000 members of the drain. Arm) and large delegations of military Lival and bons of gamzatioiio will participate It will be rev lew el 1> the president governor, mayor and den Alger TuescU) Ev joint reception of the G V R and omen's Relief corps in Exhitmicm hall Wednesdi) Morning o{ the tweutj founh-oatiopnl cnca.mpmeut_ln Janeullhall Wednesday A R camp fire in Ethibition hall Thuiiida) session of National encampment Thund i) to the dele gates of tlie National encampment and in guests by state and city of all hands to Plym outh, wild clambake accessories Saiiuda) excursions, etc by state and city govern menus Uemi' O ReiH, e of John Bovle Roston 1 'I ITI llsl I ul In f u mi, i plltlls f fit Main! leitmoij at I dl-iui i d tin l 1 i is ,f tin 1 uiltt i n inks foj (I i, i k '3 lllltv la that tl I i si will d w ik s mi iipmts onl) m nt is U n l, IM HI him sirterntmn lire al-inn u[ will n 1 i1 u k iv e a 0 luajijTITv hrthp hfrrfs I II (Ml II It II u i Hi 01! i (in. l- titi ittlu Lhe I'Ml IK in i me A FOUR PLY AFFAIR rdi fuur it illiiu IMer anel t Mur urltr linn -t er 1 xv-ellt 1 I u kof tlovvH a I i 11 in- Jlusban 1 Sliot 1 1- I'l Vug 11 -V janiln HiKteicl in I he! duuLjit I'tterLiidu and i te-r of Mrs U ijenjdiuiti Hnlste wominliiiill nnd le I erati hue eloped with four libners f II uii, k N Ms I orm i th in i w is J seph M an a s, i 1 t j tl e f ur plv elofwn rU I0 el in Jill e I with Mis I rin and Mtninv fled fi CJ k ti vttihl UK. lure to i h p 1 r i tl tin ei ip i u 1 the h is, ui i e iu the f nth wite the fotluer i ilk 1 did not hecJ the t a ui u uv m tl wife li i 11 n aiTT I tt i Ti-aH TH It ill in i u volv i in 1 ,h t L ran ii n i in put itioii u in irne 1 11 1 01 in vi h ue live i lnl i n tl i v i aeef m, mi i I, i ut i u hen t left 1 me I r in w  l blood disorders, leading physi recommend any other PlTTSBU Vllg 11 I eompaii) h is 1 t mal shippi 1 i Ohio Into st itt 1 1 pronounced in i be of the I 1 slupperl in sn _le> qu u boxes nt  i I Ukfir Viv Ji, rl< J Vf DEHKY IN THE CITY. ans' Oelelr-atect Spring Styles now on Sale. 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