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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey fj t VOL. Virr. NO. 2398. rKKNTON, JfivIDAY AKTKKNOON, AUGUST 1890. TWO OKNT8 THAT MANIFESTO. Mr. Powdeilj's Long Appeal to the- Public. ONE SIDE OF THE BATTLE, The Knights Must Fight for Sell I'HNOI A Hitter An ulgnment of Vtro President Webb unil the PJukerton Cohorts Pow rlf-rlj fetya the KnighU Cied Effort in Theli Power to Avoid the Trouble, but That the Central Would .Not Meet Them Even Httlf of Cap- It ul and Millions of T nborlng Men. The Public AH Red for Aid. 22 la his appeal to tht public of-tbe Knights of Labor slates at considerable length tin. "history of the trouble with the New Yurk Central, and states that knights have (or sumo time bteri ayatomatloaUy the road for Che reason thai thoy wei a members of the order He aays that such apparent effort was balng made to destroy; the ordur on the Central that the matter was brought to tb.0 attention of tJie board whtcb. aent i J Holland to New York to iu fiou mil's instructions were to efforts to bring about settlement of the Mr Puwdtrly then describes Mr Hollands futlU at tempt to bring abjut a settlement with Vice President Webb Mr Powrtftily oon- tJnues The Onlv Alternative to Strike. Finding all tffjrta t effects peaceable inout of their (frinvances hnpowtble, being cuinlncedthat li naa only a question of they would jnu and all ba discharged uo- they forfeited th rta of tUe yratwl f te secure a hearing f r tbe dN hargrd men were unavailing. On pdnf-Jay morning Mr John Devlin of general bour 1 and myself watted on Mr Toucey ral manager and to have tliL matter arbitrated Investigated, Mr WOH tmphatic in his rtftiHAi Mr reiterated what Mr rimcty IfwaViua- jested to him that disinterested parties hear and determine it also suggested thai during Investigation flu Htrike be declared oft and Investigation j roceoded with That was refuted. Then Mr refuse! my proposition that alt witb me in tho presence of who aiH "allow me to question them IB presence that I might know tho facta of the be nf n The Itightfi of Employes, Mr Powderly then refers to the silenca of Mr Webb when asked if he considered that the public aud the employes had ntfhts that he wab bound to and Mr Powderly continues The public mny hnvc formed erroneous im tilTOtfuua of UIB p hiduu uf tho kuigtita iu couirover-y do not protend lo dictate to the coinpuur that it not discharge BIO- tnrc tu aii fmrneKs dischaiged man ohould be told whj he is dwrnuisttd During lha f the Kuighttf itt Labor of VIIA York weie active In the ot the weekly pay bill The African in the Fence. The committee ol tho knlghta reprobeottog th0 ihv New Central railroad wcra met at Alban> by the attorney of the railway brow beaten and terrorized of the memberb of that committea who wen the time employe 1 bj the New York were discharged without anj given not a doubt in the mm U of the committal ttiAi these men M ere siuyied out for to the paasage of Ue above uienLloDed Uw, luvLjtigatlng the cauaoi whirh to the sti ike aud after making every effort U their potter to induce the company to or to bubmit tu an mvestigatioo by moa the queetion at issue the general executive board have by a uuaufinous vote determined to eland by the men who whether their strike waj tune or DO had DO alternative con "latent with their manhood The Flan of the anderbllta. Mr Powderly bcliocs the YanderWlit intend to destroy the knights y they do not }ield, and ha insinuates that loucej not told the troth durinjz the controversy He edds Lndei the cirmrnstances such surrender wouM be unmanly It would be cowardly and unworthy 6f the snus cf men of two hemispheres, wfto struggled and died for the rights of humanity did not seek the quarrel Tbe general ex- ecutive biaTd knew nothing of It uottt H wa0 thrust nnw IhAt we it we of the tiitire order of the KnlghM ol t-Hbortpcoim to our yrtth tfao to win the strike We are not orating for pathy e are not in need of moral Support down in the of the people could all bo heard on this question, It nt !L frr r o! We baye to fight a power which owetj Itfl loftf bearing to the wealth it has piled up from labor of tbt employes of the road Untold imp ai e at iw c jmmand jp want money to can> on "Straggle WB not only Mft df Knighte of Lib ir to to our aid, but it of all meinbtis of org nlzed labor It It onur turn now it anon To be easily vanquished is to invite any company to repeat the experiment We not inly ask labor orpinl- but wo ask kit tho great public away ba- you d our oifffliiirtttfoasof labor-to- come to our relief n fwwar far dangerous than that which laid down Its arm1! afiorktonn 100 years ago Then the fight was flith one kng The Flfrht of the People Today it is against a hundred one of whom said in an after dinner apeei h not long ago, there are fifty men m this comiii y1 hn have it in their poner to Currency of tht IIoltedL States control hei commoi LP and at a h no- tice stop every 1 in tho territory of tho United btati maintain it Then the enemy was i 000 miM today he is entrenched in our own domjilons He has his -nroann at lit mis uF I'UWOEII Absolutely rure. A crwmof ing powder. High Mt of In leavening U, 8, GOT- HHLHbtH 01 UIB IIIU-vT- (i 1.0 dictuie u tU iti L ji t i i l 11 iitUnipLb Lu sti ari.lt. 01 i UIL tl j i uij Ami lit- duea nil f lli ae 1 j t d v i e b it by tht JAJW r 1 i f, f m twu ut tin id I ij Ul itr mi b froiu tt u morljfag >a ol ibo far a m f U IL.U I vi frum tlja bubi ol Vn 1 1 i i fjuu Uie uf bi -.t uni IK b! t uf tbw uatJ i p i It is HKUI HL v t Ji j ur an ihito I OW il tlliit (.U Ji f 1 U l bl l i ll IT UWU that wg utr tuiJ r t w n ur lu t la Ui9 plow ut o Hit, butt 1 fill ou uutll tbut pjwtr U ikinct f i t or ihe yublii. U 'damn d (J i U n tlio i urcuue uf Llit. I ul lit f j ou 11 1 ut Is j ist i e f an not till bt, u. me tit Lo ev ly d it h U 1 i er sou U L> >l Itu auso of u feu U n re a day or ioino i a try c nee jiis tu tl e mm t ilii_d tbal UiU itnkt. iJiiatel lLa lies tbosa tuusidoiati TUe Au'ttliu auluiiis lies ID ttmt that ur order witb tbe qucntl ab ubitb Un cootigt trubtn c rionitious by tbe KOverniueut of the le Ilie o( tbe of I tbor and tUe A.llUutw inaitiiiut, un to to tccurt tubli. tu UR w liule peoult Tbey ure there to bicuit tlie re- of wrtalo unjust Laws whitb stand iu tbe way of nod whitb It U) turutttK -our (UojJi that warfuit. Ls made ou u part uf the alhetl forces U c j us dy tbem the m si haiui aud tbe tbt nniouiit (_f pood that tbese kUBoyuutvii art visited u.s Men Mr PgwderiyBays the kmgbts are not ijiiorderly mo-b tbepaijers nould mako baliave, that their law ubidiug con-' duyt kiaa wou tbe public a aduui itiou and bt bltterl) denounces the use of Pitikerlon Mid men He U uot j l all ou tbtm aud ttiyb uf ihe v, cbaiiictTS iu the- land baft qugitertd up u the jxuple of >tw Toitio htr ty men to auJ wraih to hb t Jowi thohe who foi ttif right U W heurd tu ll r half The oouduut of ihe u t_ii Le tbt. hinkt 1 U-ru onlwrly an mm ti lut e aud uutll U of Lit rwill fjuud m ao of aiiykmi un plidjjwl to mnJutA Q tkt) Law wlii WJP L murmi IB jf nlate but nt.t vf thi Cjfp a and arbllrati u can deal with the IntriuAtg r f li fuu> Grant n ad lloB ilern )nstratfd tow nyl] arb.trathn V, hat (iun Grant prou 1 ki do H WaJwrftfbb thiri TRV j A tbo Central aud II id- euyaged as a and that he was appointed a y BhenfTwIthaut Ills tnowl- edgt or eonmnt Mr Powderl> continues Mr Pollelschek c aid tbe En lWi tonpne Ke did n t romp r-f hen i why he f kt for conclult. >f bis f.t rj nn l raj- part fe harflrj neecvwij IL wttr welTT why blank eommlooionfl Trith the sheriff a name at tached arc placed at disposal of h u ign rn.nt men who btlleve that un ler thU authority the> the FIRM to shoot citizfiis to on mjurtof Hhc lime since tbt3tnketuui me and M chiyf of pol of Eabt iltuiij a-iid of po ict ID Troy 8aj tbej CAR j) jtticu n hardly thuik pres would warrant appjiitLiuenta SHH.PAJU) T-nipAji shpj-ifr H. Scored Mr Powdorly continues aa fullows Hy iula was to luarn wliat did[ jsition would gf the- mutter Would any uU MD ftogortlw] Lbe right to arm men ou blank irarnuu u Ik Plukertun la allowed K> 4uuw' Aod if uut w tiy wax be autborized U> do w1 fiftme bhcnff was told before tbe uf dibtui buace t jok place that Plnkwioui uot required but tbey wejit to AJbanj flrml Ljdibcnniliutcly among in uoueuk and Uiiioceut blood was shed, H TV ebb applauds Lhe aulou of tbe Pinker lu kbootujg aud haja thej did rlgbt H did uuo stroke of work to HIM wealth be abuses for it lo htm by luheritauce. Tbe elder ariderbUt wait a workrnaa during his life and knew how U> jtyiupatidM wHh ihe workn en and it was during Uiev days Hiat the record of tbe New Ceo- Iral and Hudson Kiver fir generous treatment of workingmeD was nmde and not nnder the present manapement I uMlu Cmfler or i uoiio Olctator? Powderly says all workingmon are interested In tho controversj, for it pre- sents the query, "Snail this company be regarded M public carrier or a public He adds Tli' Kulgliw
unuu s n i Kaum nasBlautid uu the stun 1 Mi i u bttUeU to toe committee th it the LL ht hud made wero bnied upon s t] r items bat h-Q had as trtame 1 hlu I priuitu Uijnlry Uiat tbtle w is fuuii 1 (tought that tliu as vvtll a9 the couin self, with relatio been IIu hud no anco against tht i ait present the conn n i preferrtd to him apj t. ti as in utioi On? (or the I mud btato m -Muni] bay that had nu? bttn i i i mt e r reapon'ltuce ith the UILII r u the newspaper chat yes Mr C i n t tin ed him to say that he had in i t inniu Cited with the newbpiper iidcuta befum the yatttuthons wrrr ward he usLed the sourcts u n mfmma tion Mr Kuims.ii tint hen is present to give all the 11 nit beaihfg upuTi his" It ml and he ieartJ nu But he objeetcd to draygmg iu tlu iu bucks uf tbo refrigerator eomp uu as it 1 ad nothing to do with >i olli i il corruption 'I here fore he declined tu I nng tbe for He w ytate broadly that no stock iiatlbfte any employ e of the pension i iPcf i >r had ftniploye t n promoted i- u rtdult uf taklnji stock in the company Mr I ouper tjreu Haum to state h v, much he was worth lo tins question tl t numtierg of the committee objected o i tUp xr 'uud that it wun not proper Mr C jjsft became mUted and said tl ut it that the waa t- 11 Raum Tins remark cause 1 it. ituntnt, and the seine was Intenalf Cooper roge from bis seat ar 1 talked out of the room FMlentl' verj h The exainloation of Gen Hiti tben continued Hitlicut Mr Cooj ei m cross examination bv Mr Ixiwis i> H mm said he had abohsiied tliepn f call ing up cases out of their ordur H I un ler the new orders Mr Ijtmon t h kn edge had not btcn ar f i nee whatever for fht mfonr f the committee Oe i Rmin la tnl rkry issued by him mating the c c 1 I le( and notifying to ipph tJe- ment of con plct d cases M ferriiug to 'ten i t in nt that he hml tri'isf rred tc I Kit) stock in i sn n mine is i (n for in Ir pqn.f Ot n K uun M i i aske 1 hf w nun t tit st ck in uvpst; rolue rib He f should the ct mmlttee tl H Gen K in n ST i tbe sto i about MI) In Tinner t i Mr Kinm i llbat Mr Lu li 'i i nre m_" 1 t_lns cafes i1i> c -CT T 1 vanced in 11 cither r fet as charge 1 i f( r an) i Lcnir at tint i t tin I lpr and incoi sKlt i i e itb M ei had plarr 1 Mr an 1 I If tin Demncntif m iilirsof the c i i lit iin an ankwird ittitii 1 That i uestua tion mlJ) t le th jro igh it neressin that Mr er il f u d n-tur i MtCotper would return if hi an 1 Mr Goodnight would" request it Mr l t r had left thi room in pome tempi r t 1 itheiauh shown temper I s Slid that ho thought thit Mr C r ma wrong in SSKlng The question th it auseoTfEeT-upT tire, and he had 1 nth his Demo cratio brothers to tbe question on general principles IOJA h r Jbiiremack cauacd in idUaughtar. Cooper was sent for an 1 rth appeared Tbe cpmmittee keided to ad Journ for the daj THE MEAT INSPE TION BILL The Great Powell It I- --jitl to Confer tpon the I'i i I ll i cl i i pirt 1 u ii f t i lud tin n I (t f i S i "i k II i cutnp i t I Dune i i 1) Hn JCtoi link 11 line t and ttbiiN I T, us In I'miUilUHlA I nab t Bilr a pi claim agent of tins has bci n ant stt 1 on a ct urge of anil re nitt moti tbau hiti. lc.al ivlup. 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Tho tlmp tn pnrnhasR best selected coal Is in Summer Winter months the trade U puHhing bus- iness the coal company In haste to get out pro- ducts do not as when not so ousy We are making a special effort this HnmnjHi tu best coal that grows, and deliver It In the best( shape possible Come and see the Htock and ordeflbr Winter I PHONE 147, Latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Stylish hirius At almost First Cost Prices, along with ft now arrival of all stylea Sun Umbrollaa for tho hot weather, one of which 8nn Umbrel- las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Embroideries and Flouncmga of the very finest material and workmanship, at such prices as are below anything ever hoard of Again, wo have received another big lot of those beautiful Children's Hats and Caps, for the sale of which wo have such a wide reputation as thn Go to WallU' for a Child H Hat and it will ook twice as handsome again just on ac- count of tho stylish, hat I Just received three cases more of our "amonfl Fast Color Hosiery and many Nov eltlos for the vacation time fJ, OPPOSHK CITY HALL. 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