Dunkirk Evening Observer, August 12, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

August 12, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 12, 1890, Dunkirk, New York DUNKIRK N. Y., TUESDAY. AUGUST 12, 1890. THE CENTRAL MAT C JN TROUBLE. SIW BIU.V Dutafti OUTLOOI. if "fr-aiKE I K 'i of Rlove of Armed Cloned by Conflict May 'Occur at determined Attempt to need 009. 5 Live I Tj.nl i n imw a hi i ,n y OutlltterB oil lira. ,3uoea cle-iimble that official ve informatlun shook! be ob- unv oven -ft t'akon STnu 11, that the htate autorltles will and viijoroiialy ia protecting tie "f thotompaurand preventing vio- not tlieir to rua the New York HI mllroud, only to act in preventing to properly. They are expected 1 duty, nor ttie they oxpet ted to ilntiea of u sheriff. jiowere authorities should be fully ap- Hliotllil bo hail to mllitarj governor roquosts that you keep formed a.4 furthi-r develop- ('01.. 1C. L, -Jun.sopf, C'olorn-l Military hccretnry. I'reiKht Agent Warri-n. at the depot at at. John H park, said yesterday thut no rreignt, received there. H was reported Sunday that the ong Jslaml railroml would bo tied up, as' its employes ware in sympathy with tho strike on the New York Central system. Superintendent Bui ion of the Long Island railroad states theie is no truth in the rumor. The police are taking precautionary meiasiirps for praservuiK tho poaco und tho protei-tion of property in the event o( a Mrikf on any of the lailroads terminating iu Jersey City. Tin- entire .Jersey City Y_ force on d uty, those not on patrol beinir new at the police k Only One Dus-eitor A leading orBciul of local assembly ?.r yesterday aftornoon: .The report tlmt the st.rika is on the wane Iff tt pure (t has bi-un stated that 300 of Mis striking workmen in this vicinity have returned. This is not so, as only one man, William -I. Miles, a tower iwitchman, and formerly tho secretary this lissom lily, has t-hus far deserted our ranks. On tbe othor hand our pickets inive been unable to diioovnr that the company bus thus Car filled oar places, it- is true that n few Haven and run out yenterdoy morning, but, praciii-illv speaking, the depot is in the snni" minion as it was Sunday. It is even wu along the line as far aa Buffalo." lliiiiiuni; smoothly ut TCenlijMvkeii. At Wi liii-vken business seems be nn prc'ity mi'.cli as usual, 'ilie nrdiinin trains on Hie West Shan- I.M I arc at the proper tiihe. I'hi- li lit limn-, are running with freiu'V icnducto.s and not passenger con- ilucti r-.-1-t leporlcd Very lilfte sympathy is n nil tu I-AISI for the Knights of nn I lie na there, are only 400 nn 'i s of thut organization between li iwkuu and lifuln in the service, of tbt- inmpuny. Oreat, I'ctu-encB is observed u( cplian-ken as to the number of inun Ittt'litl t-Vtf a( o.s to the number of men iiuu ,1.-, to whether any were dis- uuiged yesterday. To Hie to Act. Vive President Webb received Col. Judscm's reply to his request for pro- irctlon of the men and properly at the .syuicuse and Dcuitt yards he called a of the Onii'iil officials. They IH iuslrmit L'inkerton'a detectives employi-d there to chiirije the strikers upon any show of violence aud if neces- -ary to give the governor a casti.s belli for the ordering out of the troops. bliorny iilti" 1 p. m. a train of five fit iijlit cars heavily loaded moved from i in- St. John's depot to the yards at West Thirty-third street. A return trip was made with a number of Michigan Central curs from Detroit later. Mo other efforts nere made to move freight last All I U Dlls, Ac. Saddles, jes, Jind l r collect- .1 is around the freight depot. TrilliiH Moving Nearly oil Timo. The .situation has not changed nt this point of thu New York Central iiillroad strike. At tlie Grand Central depot trains lire arriving and departing nearly on time. Neither Jlessrs. Hullimd. Hayes nor ni-n1 to be found lasl night. Vice Presi- .h-nt Webb was seen at 10 p m. He said [lint the latest advices from Syracuse were tlmt the yards, there and at beWitt Iivere in the hands of the military and the Pinkertons and that trains were moving W ,'SUon me before purc'iasing all right. No Word from Mr. Uepew. During the day many applied for reinstatement. Jlr. said the Gro- tuii locals, comprisingninety trains, would start to day again. The Spnytcn Dnyvil locals, will aiso start again. V-hic-rdin' of height were han- dled by (lie company in this city. No word had coma from Mr. Depew, but Cyrus Field called -Hid approved of Mr. Webb's ,-ii-tioiH. Several other directors expressed satisfaction. Al Ih'-K) m. trams were moving as, usual. ________ THE PINKERTON DETECTIVES. CO., 333 Lion h'oths, brar -te Ware. spectalt Oha-nnt-a.- tau.i Monroerango. M-B, and Irk f" tfawi "Sou ..ttiirda on'j ut NHAUKU, J Buftttlo Su.. pirble, t liuyuij; onFKKK iofmeU- "OLD 75 li. iiL-ur. Meiu Sa1 IMeats, La -I, JFWKLKV. Die Aurora Uailroml H'jtoh. ak stapl, st K. Third et I, Merchuni'i'tiiloi, lb Cuntru) REWARD1 ore ward auy J" a boxes, coun- L-nwi.ii Attorney General Tabor'H Opinion aa to tbe Legality of "i'liolr Presence. Al.BAN'y, yesterday afterr aoon a c-rnnniiiiee of the strikers waited upon Attorney General Tabor for his npiu.on us to ilio legality of thaPinknrtor} men bcinfj; a.lowed to patrol under arms. He divided tlrattlie road could have thara a-s tbeystavt-d upon their property, but if any ol them inirndeil upon the pub- lie streets tiipy were liable for arrest Diiect. evidence that wiiile tho road sends flowery from New i'ork ili-vTii'e afraid i- evidenced by the fact liu-i farju'iueis List began in ilu car siiops for the .nrcMp.sin.-y of nnllLiH thai may be iiuarlei, d at Albany. DBIIROI- nf un Ai-cklent. At 5 o'clock n l lie a'rei noon a train on tlie Ce-nnil bound lor Troy was stopped at the lion works Alter warning the Unit K they attempted to i-nn after ilnrk would be stoned the Train was itllowed to proceed A comiMitlve of the slriKrrs licld a cuiiferencu witii Dela- ware and Hudson nuiii-mem, fbey i refuse to aid the Central road. About the same time Kooney was notified by the Centra] that their West Albany shops were iu danger and should exjuct bim to furnish .prr i on. The inn rtant switclies al. Ertbi, Albany were tilli- in the afternoon >v2b three sets of ma- -ach set going out when appealed to by .IB strikers. Five switches are without any cure und tho others are under KICOU hands, and un acci- Uyt ia probable at any time. At o'clock New Oeatra] local to Troy ran off an switch the engine was derailed. It was fouuii that the green switchman bad turned bis key the wrong way. The track blocked for orer an hour. Tlie freight train whioh left New York yesterday morning arrived at Albany at 5 o'clock and an attempt was maile to bring it across the bridge aod it iien stalled on the freight track. It is believed that it will be moved this morning and their is suspicion that a bold attempt will be made to break the blockade at West Albany. Engines have been called for and a new lot of Piukerton men arrived last night. Karly in the morning these men, now numbering 350, will form a cordon at West Albany and the work of moving the freiifht mil be begun. The men say they will not allow the freight to go, and the road hay it will go. There IB the greatest anxii-ty over the fact that the new- men engaged are very ignorant of the business and travel is very light, people refusing to risk their lives. to Swear In Pinkerlon Men. At 8 o'clock lust night Superintendent Bissell received a telegram from Vice President Webb, telling him to have the sheriff swear in the Pinkerton men deputy sheriffs. Sheriff Koonev, when applied to, refused emphatically to do anything of the kind, but said he would swear in any reputable citizen brought to him. This action prevents the Pinker- tons from acting outside the company's lines. The knights at this hour (11 p. m.) are jubilant. The Federation of Labor met lust night aud expressed their sympathy, pledging their support and assistance to tho knights. This order ig of the largest in the country. The strikers will this morning make ap- plication to Judge Guttman for the ar- rest of one the Jfrnkerton detectives upon the ground of personating an offi- cer. They will thus make a test case. The second freight train from New York arrived here at 11 o'clock, but no attempt was made to bring it across the bridge. The first train to come from Syracuse wince Sunday arrived at 8 o'clock last night. Firemen May Strike To-Day. The Brotherhood of Engineers and also the firemen held separate meetings last nlKbt lioth were iu session for about four hours, and when they adjourned an- nounced that there was nothing for publi- cation. It is understood that the engineers will not go out, but that the firemen are to -strike to-day if any attempt made to move freight. The engineers in such case will refuse to run engines with green fire- men. Mr. Bissell said late last night; "We will get steam on twenty engines to- day and will move freight rapidly." Hen. Porter is here but says that no militia will be ordered out unless there is absolute necessity. AT EAST SYRACUSE. Strlkern Not to Interfere Wltn Movement of Freight. N. Y., Aug. The "yard Is cleared of strikers aud the Pinkerton men have was the message which came over the wire from East Syracuse at about o'clock lust evening. The Pink- ertou detective force, re-enforced by others from the west, bad gone to East Syracuse about 4 o'clock in the afternoon with Un- der Sheriff Austin aud several deputy sheriffs and an outside force of railway employes. At the yard they formed in a line and advanced through the freight yard there, the strikers all retiring before them without resistance and the PlnJier- ton men and railroad men began tha work of making up aud forwarding the f i eight cars containing perishable prop- erty which were tied up there. At o'clock the train bearing the mail from the east which should have reached here at liSO p. m., arrived la this city and was tbe fimt passenger train to go through East Syracuse yesterday. At o'clock a train that should have gone east at p. m. pulled ont> of the Cen- tral station, closely followed by a spscial train of four cars filled with the Pinker- ton forces and railroad men, At p. 111. the fast fraught from East Syracuse pulled into the city. It wag a very long line of loaded refrigerator cars. A United Press reporter was informed that the secret of tlie whole matter was that Governor Hill felt compelled to take L'ome action in reference to the strike. The day bad been occupied by Acting Sheriff Austin, Assistant bnperintendent Gold of the Western division and the military offi- cers in holding consultations, the results of which are said to have been quickly communicated to Governor Hill. The Hmuargo Must be Lifted. At noon the governor is alleged to have inquired what the civil officers had done. On receiving u reply asserted that the governor culled about him half a dozen lenders of the Knights ol Labor at Albany and ml- 1 them in very plain terms that iche embargo must be lifted or he would cer- Inmlv order the militia out at once. This brought thing-, to a crisis, and the revolt at lOnst Syracuse is supposed to hare bei-ii brought about in part, at least, by this information. Mr Holland of the Knights of Labor ex- ecutive board arrived at E.ist Syracuse on one of the first pa.ssenger trains from the e.iKt Unit arrived nfter the Piukerton men. arrived. He met Under Sheriff Austin. and is reported to have said that he woul'd do his best to prevent violence. The strik- ers will not make any demonstration. To Take tlie Strikers' Places. CHICAGO, Aug 12 800 men haye been hired in this city by a representative of the Xew York Central railroad to take the plnces of tlio striking switchmen an4 brnkemen in the east. The men are nof told to what point they will op sent, the UHtal answer- tu them being! "You, will learn when vou get on tlie train." The Pinkei lon'Metectivp agency here is also hiring men to act. as guards who are be- ing sent, eust wit.) the, men hired by the railroad leim-.sentative. About 100 have bi-en hired so far. No Trouble Aiitii-ipHted In Chicago. (JHICAUO, Aug. So l.ir as present in- dications there is no possible chance of the strike on tin; York Central road affectnu tlte (.'..iu yin.lin liniHlung in the following Minerva, Mari- quita, Liris, Veutnt.i and Choctaw. Terrific Thumler Storm lit BUUSSKI.S, Aug. city and the surrounding country IIILS been viaited by fiterrific thunder storm. The niiu fell In v.ist The Hats were flooded vul ureat dum.igc I" t lie crops. A number hotisc--i by No reports of loss of life been received. A Valuubln fetftUlon Dead. GALLALIN, Teuu, Aug. r itk, it stallion for which Clutrlea Heed of Kairview Farm recently pujd SID.OOO, died Huiulay pneumonia. Mr. Reed recently lost a licivae by death. J. I'. Multher has been appointed in- speettrof bulls of steam vessels at Oawefro N. Y Carl B. Chase Co., plumbers at SOU Water street, New York, have filed a schedule showing liabilities of VETERANS AT BOSTON GAY SCENES AT THE GRRND ARMY ENCAMPMENT. The Arrival of President Harrlton Made the Occasion of a Gllttoirliif Show of Pomp and Splendor The Streets Crowded Wll.i Thousand! of Marching Frenldeut and Member- of the Cabinet Banqueted. BOSTON, Aug. Grand Army week opened here with bustle and excite- ment. Tbe weather is cool and light over- coats were in demand yesterday. Mem- bers of the department ot information were at their posts all day yutwrday, and have been of great assistance to the in- coming veterans, a Urge delegation of whom arrived during the early morning, when the streets about the depot were filled with marching bodiet. As the steamer Baltimore flying he president's flag and carrying the president, Secretaries Busk.and Noble and Private Secretary Halford, entered Boston harbor yesterday afternoon, she was met by the other of the -At fanta, Kearsarge, Petrel, Yorktown, Dol- phin and tho torpedojboat Cashing. All save the Koarsarge and Gushing fired salutes. The revenue outter Gallatin, with Governor Braokett, Collector Biard and Mr. and Mrs. MoKee on board, escorted her to her anchorage. Mayor Hart and other members of the oity gov- ernment also went down the harbor iu the Putnam Hradloo to welcome the chief magistrate, while Mrs. Noble and other ladies wero on board the Vigilant. President Harrison landed at p. m. umid tlie thunder of cannon at Rowe'a wharf and was escorted to tbe Hotel Ven- clome by tho B'irnt battalion of cavalry, Maj. Horace G. commanding, tho route being through Broad, State, Wash- ington, School, Tremont, Boylston and Dartmouth streets. The sidewalks and windows along the line of march, which was nearly two miles long, were packed with enthusiastic multitudes, wlmf-reeted Hie president with handclapping and choers. At the Vondome a battalion of the First corps of cadets was drawn up in waiting, and as tlie presidential party alighted quickly opened nn to the State street entrance of the hotel, tlie president mounting the steps arm-in-arm with Gov- ernor Brauki'bt. The cadets were then de- tailed to guard the various approaches to the president's apartments aud the recep- tion room. The party proceeded to the state dining hall shoi tly after, where two long tablas were arranged lengthwise. Governor Braoke.tt occupied the pUce of honor, wltn President Harrison at his right and Secretary Proctor on bin le'ft; also watecl at the table were Secretary Noble, Secretary Rnak, Governor Ahbutt of New Jersey and Lieutenant Governor Hall of Massachusetts. Among tbe more notable guests who oc- cupied wilts at the other tables were Ad- miral Hherhnrdi of the North Atlantic aquadron, Private Secrelnry Halford, De- partment Commander' Tunis of Massa- chusetts and others. The company sab down shortly before 7 o'clock and it was past. 8 when (hoy nron-. The party under i] c- escort of Govnrnoj- Brnckett were then driven to t.he Parker holise, where they aileuded a reception gif en by tha E. W. Kinsley post of Boston to Ijiifayette post 140 of New York. Vice Presidunl Morton, Secretary Tracy, Ren. Slienniin, Postmaster Corse wore on the list of the slate's quests at the ban- quet last night, but the secretary of the navy telegraphed from Bar Harbor that the Danpnlrh boat, would not reach Bos- ton until this morning. Nearly all the camps from all parts of the United States have arrived and the city is literally jammed with old vets. A WOMAN'S GRIT. She Suffers Untold Tortures to Conceal the lllrtli of n Child. BUFFALO, Ant-. horrible discov- ery was miidc in u sewer pipe leading from a waler closet in Robinson Dick's con- fectionery manufactory at No. 110 street yesterday morning. The pipe had been cluidftnl for some days and plumbers were engaged in learning what the trouble was. The engineer of the establishment, while milking an examination, poked a stick down the pipe and it came in con- tact with nn obstruction which proved to be tho large and badly-decomposed body of a mrile infant. Coroner Konney hud the remains taken to the morgue, and word was sent to the police, as ft was bclkived that the child was born alive. Detectives were detailed on the cose, and after an investigation in-rested Belle Nicholas-Benedict, a grass widow, who was appointed forewomau of the place yesterday morning. The woman's arrest caused great sur- prise to everyone, aa it was known that she had not beau absent from her duties for a long time. When she was taken be- fore Superintendent Morin, however, confessed, and stated that she gave birth to the child lost week, but in order to con- ceal its birth has kept on working, bear- ing up under agonimng pains ever since, She was examined by a physician, who found her to be in a terrible condition, and she was sent to the General hospital. There is strong doubt of tlie woman's living. Shi- hail not lived with her husband for some lime, but lioard.-ii with her mother, who lives on Hamburg street. NO ferred wlio can furnish a horse und give their whole Jmc to the business. Spare momenta may be profit- ably employed also. A few vacancies In lowtu and cities B. K. JOHNSON 1000 Main St., Richmond, Va. FAST MAIL A PoHtal Clork Probably Futully Crushed. Injured. CINUIXNATI, Aug. fast mail which lelt KouUville at o'clock col- lided with a freight tram at Sparta, Ky. The mull and baggage cars were telescoped and three moil uere caught. Johnson, a postal clerk, living on Barr -street, this city, with probably fatally crushed. Another postal clerk, named J, C. Kennedy. IIring al, Lebanon, Ky., was also serJously injured. An unknown trauip had his ritjiil arm pulled from the socket The freight soinij in the opposite direc- tion from tbe train took the siding, but ail of the cars did not clear the main track, and tbe engineer ot the pasMiiwr train not seeing the lights crashed into the obstruction. Kennedy, the injured postal clerk, says he heard the crack of a torpedo, lint uo effort wag made to stop the train. Johnsou was brought to city and taken to the hospital. Dying; by Hundreds CAIRO, Aug. hundred and twenty-six deaths from cholera occurwd WDoicBorae anu arc miuuaueu uu Cv fulLttf m aUd ftt th6 ery label. One trial proves it superior GOODS.-Full stocks of the finest Hod most celebrated Yarn's, Zephyrs and Worsteds. Centemeri Kid Gloves. P. D. and C. P. French make of. J Corsets. Louis Hermsdorf Dye Hosiery, Gauze Eibbad Jer- I sey Vests and India Gauze Underwear for ladies, and children. Fancy steel Buckles, pearl and Dexter's Knitting Cotton. Crochet threads of all kinds. SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT! young- liuly aa Htonofcrnphur anil type-wrltm-: oun on- ernte the caligrapli; writes 100 words min- ute; reference iuniMuvl. Mil quire at this office. JTODDAUT CO., Patent Attorneys, tUTUi p Bt, Washington, 0., oun. U. 8. Wont Ot- PaUmts, Caveats and Bo Issues secured. Trade Marks registered. All Patent business conducted lor moderate Fecn. Information, tlavico and apuclul referenced aonl on rouuoat. AN HOUK made by live AirontB FOlhiiff "Our ISativo Hurbs.1" aflO luyn' troatmunt fur fl.DO. Kvei-y box iruur- anteea. further aildrusB, General State AgcntB, ItAMHUKLi, 4 II.ONB CusBailaKa, N. y. AMKniCAN BLOCK. 396402 Maiu Street, Buffalo, Buffalo is a large proggaufvo city To live ID it'and do biuincsu ID it we must keep pace with Its spirit of gress. 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Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street Absolutely the Best. A pun: cren-n of lurtar powder. All the ingredients used are pure and wholesome and are published on ev- In colors we tihve aline- of 75c. a yard, 40 and sistlng of illuminated d'ylnnu, flcbaatapjl cloths, annuret. imperial cords, etc., which arc tbe best v thut we have ever offered. A large variety of qualities in autumn serges, cashmeres, India twill and Henriettas. Novelties da-iy- New tartan plaide direct from land. 1 lu black fabrics oar Hock choice and select, 40 inch carlna lustrine, 8r} 80-inch fine twill Henrietta, 80c. 40-inch heavy twill all wool 60 cents. 40-inch tine all wool Henrietta, 50c. imperial serge, pure dye, 10 40-inch jacqusrd stripe, only 80c; Write to us for anything in dry carpets or books. 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