Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

New York World Newspaper Archive: July 11, 1894 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: New York World

Location: New York, New York

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   New York World (Newspaper) - July 11, 1894, New York, New York                                L Weather ladtcatlota OF TKLLINO SfiOiUNTROr 8tNCB SUNDAY PRINTED IN COUJMNBJtIST MORfi TOlfc MOHK COLUMNS THAN TltE PAPER HOLD ING SECOND r f 4 L t W v Indlculloni Supremacy Circulation Books 0mn to THR AVERAGE finOOtAf tOW KOB THE MONTH OJC UlttB WA8 PER ITS THIS CIRCULATION THAT OfVBB Otfft ADVERTISERS RESULTSTHATS PRICE TWO NEW JULY 11 Strike Leaders Indicted Arrested for BOOKS AND PAPERS SEIZED Telegraph Companies Forced to Give Up Copies of t Ttipir men STRONG CHARGE TO THE JDRT Chicago Police Say They Have Found Dynamite and Fear Anarchists Are BUT EVERYTHING IS STUl QUIET Segnlnn Fire on a Mob at Spring1 Valley and Kill One on tho Way to Sacra of the Strike All the CHAIRNTI ED 5To the Editor ot World July The strike was broken Monday All j roads moved trains and tomor row a general resumption of business Will take JOHN General Managers Associa PRESIDENT July So tlie Editor of Tho The situation Is unchanged In the city and Improved la li is a life or death for labqK I dont care to say anything aBBut m the of Government tbseijse my mall and papers Is an EV President of the The day passed without violence In President VicePresident Director Rogers and Secretary of the American Railway were Indloted by the Federal Grand Jury summoned specially for this purpose by AttorneyGeneral judge Grosscups charge to the Jury flwelt upon the seriousness of lij yfer ing with the United States niatis and with Interstate and told the jury that authorized leaders of lubar acting In good faith and within the authority conferred on them by the were not guilty of ijon feplraoy In ordering a The Grand Jury heard the testimony Cf railroad employees and and demanded from the WesC Union Telegraph Company the telegrams sent by Debs In reference to the The companys manager refused to give but yielded when served with an order from the court and under threat of jail If he After an iiourg session the Grand Jury brought In indictments charging conspiracy to Interfere with malU and based upon sections and of the United States Revised waa arrested Immediately at his notrt and the others soon They gavo bail in ahQ were re Later officers with a Federal poiirt warrant visited the headquarters ltd and carried off all the records including unopened let of a quantity of concealed and upon rumors that the Anarchists con template another ViceGrand Master of the Firemens has been arrest ed on a State charged with In ducing a fireman to leave his He denies the charge and as he is a candidate for Congress there is said to be a political motive In hln There was some improvement In the running of Through passenger service Is generally The sub urban service Is still Some freight waa removed and the stock yards were It Is announced as certain that half the surface railroad men In Chicago will strike tomorrow and the other half wont run cars without police or military Debs reached Chicago tonight from Terre Haute to comfort her hus band In his A Danville jury censured the sol diers who shot at a mob yesterday and hit and killed two women on a distant United States troops from Chicago went to Spring flred Into a killed one wounded others and went back to No mob has gathered Three hundred Federal soldiers and three hundred marines left San Fran cisco for by The strikers at Sacramento have rifles and made no secret of preparations for Marines from naval vessels In San Francisco will move on The strike situation Is better at all other coast The railroad strike situation was 1m PRICE TWO I will hear any excuses that may be GRAND JURORS SWORN Three or four men approached the Judge and asked to be relieved from of Bureau and William of Da were The following were then sworn in as mem bers of the Jury August Bu reau County Peter Elmhurst Lockport A Ingleton Levl Lombard William Napervllle R Wheaton Belvl dere Aurora Emory Ab Geneva Lucy and Ottawa DC Kalb County Shabbona Lake Zurich W Hebron Brewer and and Smeltzer and John As the Jurymen took their seats every eye was turned towards They were an exceptionally Intelligent look Ing body of Most of them were well along and all appeared to be able to proceed calmly and without THE COURTS Judge Grossoup looked at the Jury a moment in and appointed Sanborn as He then read his charge to the Jury as follows Gentlemen of the Grand Jury You have been summoned here to Inquire whether any of the laws of the United Sattcs in this judicial district have been You have come Into an atmos nhere and amid occurrences that may well cause reasonable men to question whether the Government and laws of the United States are yet Thanks to resolute manhood and to that enlight ened Intelligence which perceives the necessity of a vindication of law before any other adjustments are the of the United States is still You doubtless as I that the opportunities of under present condi are not entirely and that changes are needed to forestall some of the dangerous tendencies of current In proved at all cities of the West and at dustnal But neither the torch of Louisville and Bir tne the weapon of the insur A general tieup is threat nor the Inflamed tongue of ened at but everything Is quiet at I U dividual liberty and are under enlight ened and conscientious LEADERS SIMPLY But they are subject to the aame laws as other The lead ers to whom are given the vast power of Judging and acting for the members are In that their trus tees their conduct must be judged like that of other by the extent of their lawful authority and the good faith with which they have executed No man In his Individual right can lawfully demand and Insist upon con duct by others which will lead to an Injury to a third persons lawful The railroads carrying the mails and Interstate commerce have a right to the service of each of their employees until each lawfully chooses to and any concerted action upon the part of others to lemand or Insist under any effective penalty or threat upon their to the Injury of the mall ser vice or the prompt transportation of Interstate Is a unless such demand or insistence Is In pursuance of a lawful authority con ferred upon them themselvea and la made in good faith In the execution of The demand and In effective penalty or threat and Injury to the transportation of the malls or Interstate commerce being the burden falls upon those making the demand or Insistence to show lawful authority and good faith In Its Let me Illustrate Twelve carpen ters are engaged In building a such slstence under EUGENE PRESIDENT OP THE AMERICAN RAILWAY would constitute a general uprising In that particular and as threat enp for the time being the civil and pV lltical then the tact an lii surrection within the meaning of the law has been And who by the mind of the to the Peffer made in the Senate an In sympathetic Judg flammatory speech on the strike and was denounced by Senators Davis and of a race that Is not afraid to face deep changes and there I has as yet been no Men who ap IVOUAC OP THE SECOND REQIMENT AT FORTYEIOHTH AND HALSTED A resolution Indorsing the pear as the champions qf great changes residents action was Dlsrlct Assembly of the Knights of which controls in this and held an executive leetlng at which steps were taken that result In its members going on strike DEBS HELD IN BAIL Genera of the Knights of issued an appeal to In country to quit work in sympathy with the ft 10 believed to pe a strike order In the form of an tq wag taken In ttlfi beginning of 9f He and Other badwi Indicted by the Ftdernl Grand Jury and too Fapwi Special to Thf July Presidents George Vice President Sylvester Keliher and Directors the American Rail way and fourteen of their fol were arrested upon war rants Mued by a special Federal Grand Jury Impanelled before Judge Grassgup mustOrst submit them to discussion that reaches not sltnply the parties but circles of and must be patient as wsll as until the public gence has been reached and a public judgment made An appeal force before that hour Is a crime not only against the Government of existing but against the cause Itself for what man of any Intelligence supposes that any settlement will abide which Is In duced under tho the torch or the shadow of an overpowering threat LAW MUST BE With the questions behind present we have as ministers of the law and citizens of the Republic nothing to The as It must first bu before we turn aside to Inquire how law or prao as It ought to can be effectually brought Government by law la and that Issue Is The Government of the United has enacted to protect Itself rying it or gives It aid orcomfort is guilty of violation of It is no necessary that there should be bloodshed It Is not necessary that Its dimension should be so portentous as to Insure prob able success to constitute an tnsurrec It Is that the rising should be In opposition to the ex ecutlon of the lawsof the United State and should be so formidable as to defy the authority the United Whei men gather to resist the civil or polltica power of the United or to opposi the execution of Its and are In such force are quate IP put them down and considerable military force Is needed to accompllsl that they become anJ every person who knowingly or abets no matter what his mo lives may Is likewise an This penalty Is as I havi is designed to protect the Govern ment and its authority against direct at There are other provisions of law designed to protect those partlculni agencies which come within Govern mental these I will now call your PROTECTION OF THE I The malls are In the special keeping of the Government and laws ot Hit United To Insure their unhin dered transmission it Is made an offense Is made an and wilfully obstruct or retard the passage of the or any driver or carrier carrying the It Is also provided that If two or more persons conspire together to cpmmlt any pffense against the United and one or more ofsuch parties do any act to effect the object of the all the parties thereto shall be subject to a Any perspn who knowingly and wil fully does any act which to dered transmission It offense to knowingly of such trade or commerce Is an of feiisu against the United To restrain Is to con fine or abridge a thing the restraint may be permanent or temporary It may be intended to prohibit or abridge for all or for a day The law draws no distinction In this Commerce of this character Is Intended to be except subject to regulations by law at all times and for all fpmnorary restraint as intolerable as and practical restraint by actual physical Interfcr tjnce is as criminal as that which flows from the arrangements of business and Any which has the effect of re straining any car or thing pnsUtutlng an element of Interstate Commerce forms the foundation for this TfBui to complete that of conspiracy to obstruct the In addition to the re solve or the element of criminal What is criminal conspiracy If It shall appear to you that any two or more persons corruptly or wrongfully agreed with each other that trains carrying the malls and Interstate commerce should be forcibly obstructed and re such clearly constitute a If It shall appear to you that two or more persons corruptly or wrongfully agreed with each other that he employees of the several railroads carrying the malls and Interstate com merce should and that successors by Intimidation or vlb be prevented from taking their such would constitute a coneplr LABORS RIGHT TO I tho right of abor to Each man In America s a free and so long as he does not nterfere with the rights of he ias the right to do with that which Is la what he In the highest sense a mans arm Is Is aside from contract rela no one but himself can direct when be ralaed to work or shall be ropped IP The Individual eptlon to Aside from contract they each can quit at A thirteenth and fourteenth strangers to by concerted threats of holding them up to public odium or private Induce them to quit and leave the house The latter In no sense represent the former or their but are simply Interlopers for mischief and are guilty of a qonsplracy against the employer of the But If upon a trial for such results I Let us first restore peace and tainiFh the offenders of the and ihen he atmosphere will be clear to think over the claims of those who have real griev First vindicate the Until that Is no other questions are In At the conclusion of the charge Judge Grosscup nald Since I prepared these Instructions I have been informed thrft a Deputy United States Marshal was shot while In the discharge of hia I will read the section of tho United States statutea that covers offenses of this Any person offending un der the law In a similar manner can be you have been called here under exciting clr cumatancea to discharge a grave public Section of the Federal which was read to the Grand Is as follows If two or more persons conspire to In threaten or Intimidate any citizen In the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United or because of his having so exercised the same or If two or more persona go in disguise on the or on the premises of with In tent to prevant or hinder hla free exer cise or enjoyment of any right or privi lege so they shall be fined not more than and Imprisoned not more than ten and more be thereafter Ineligible to any of fice or place of prftflt or trust created by the Constitution or laws of the United IN THE GRAND JURY The Jury filed climbed the stairs to the fourth floor and marched Into the room devoted to their A deputy marshal stood at the door and allowed only those who were to testify to enter tho The door was kept closed and no one was permitted to see who was A dozen witnesses were In They were mostly railroad of Labor EY erywhere Urged to Strike AN NOT AN ORDEL they prove that Instead of being strang employees and who were they are the agents called to testify to acts of lawless Attempt to Suspend All Laboi1 Until tne Pullman Strike Is SOYEHEIGH ISSUES A Says Kibe Present Strike is Lost It Will Retard the Progress of WHAT THE PROBABLE REIDLT Will and are guilty against the employer of the But If upon trial for such results they prove that Instead of being strangers they are agsnts or leaders of the twelve with full power to determine Cor themselves whether their wage Is such that they ought to continue or quit or that they have In good faith determined that question they are not so far as the law ness which they had Police Lieutenant Bassett and two officers and a dozen men arrived In charge of an at torney from Winston ofnco to testify to acts of lawlessness com mitted at The latter testi fied against Frank who cut oft an engine and ran It Into a Rob ert Gordon was alleged to have thrown a rock at Deputy Marshal Stark after the They we Indloted fqr and Its authprltyas and conspiracy to Impede the States to protect authority over malls The books and papers of the those agencies to under theCon American hallway Union were seized by stitution and It extends Govern order of the Grand Jury shortly after tp protect itself and Us authority as aGov has enacted every per son who sets assists or engages In any rebellion pr Insurreotlpn against the authority of the United Kelther and promptly bondsIn the sum of Tho bonds were Signed by William Shake and Wjuiaro The trial Is set fpp The party had srre8teJ 0 Pr the laws of They were Into ctwtoayPT opmfort anfl any twp pr PSs took his ftrrest and he mere perspns In any er Territory was Innocent but chaw who conspire to put down pr 3 the selture at the pacers 9f the destroy by force the pf he i an The men United pr tp lev war against fieprgs Wt el Up stops at is order ja Mpyd James Will Joyle and Juflfe or tQ opppse by fprpe Jtje Uy thf pr by to the al of by der the United pr possess any pf ths United Swtes a In Chicago It Is Thought Very little Woik Will Be Done in the City Except Under GENERAL MASTER WOBKHAN EOTEB July To tho Editor of The Worlti Tho circular I have issued tpnlght tella Its own It is an appeal to tho Knights of Labor to stand to a man In this We are going to win it if takes five I BICYCLE CORPS IN THE HILITIA CAMP AT THE STOCK But If it should further appear that the supposed authority was used not in the Intercuts of the but to fur ther a personal ambition or malice of tho it would no longer justify their Doing a thing under cloak of authority is not doing it with The injury of the two to the In such an Instance would only be ag gravated by their treachery lo the asso ciated and both employer and employee with equal ask for the visitation of the APPLYING THE If It appears to apply latter had filed his revolver Into the and Jack Leonard and Lebanta were alleged to be the leaders In the fight at United States Dis trictAttorney his Judge Hand and Special Counsel Edwin Walker examined the The case against Debs and other leaders of the strike Implicating them for conspir acy had already been prepared by Attor neys Mllchrist and It was baaed on some of the public utterances of Debs and the other and these were strengthened by the original orders in writing sent out by Debs directing men on the different railways to quit PA HANDW3 YARDS 3THBBT obstruct pr hinder the who know tp quit the imperishable Ingly and wilfully takes In such rlettt pf a free But the raising pr no matter how If Intendrpppjnj of the arm the result pf a is gulljy of a vlolatlpn of the will that resides the and much flrn these provisions j and person as wa delr thftt suplj wllla Bhpuid WBQ cpnsplras with one Pr mpre other entirely there ne Ing the Illustration to the occurrences their work and thus stop the running of that willbe brought to your that any two or mpre by con Spcclal to The World July Master Workman of the Knights ot District Master MflflC blom and a number of local Knights ijijd aconference the The of the conference that Llnclblom Issued a call locaf1 S KiKgnts of Labor to quit work This If seriously affect che South Side cable the Knights claiming that a majority of the men are members of the If Is expected the order will he General Master Workman Sovereign Issued an appeal to the Knights of bor throughout the It Is an appeal to quit Ho could in absence of the Executive Board of the directs a cessatkm of The Executive Board could not reach the city In time to consider the and the appeal Is after tele graphic communication with belated It Is as follows Insisted or demanded under effec mall A subpoena was Issued commanding Manager pf the West tlve penalties and threats upon men firn Union Telegraph to pro quitting their employment to the ob telegrams sent by President structlon pf the malls or Interstate com ypu may Inquire whether they did these acts as strangers to these pr whether they did them under the guise of trustees or leaders of an association to which these men And If the latter you may Inquire whether their acts and conduct In that respect were In faithful and cpnaclentious execu tion pf their supposed authority pr were simply a use of that authority as a guise to advance personal ambition pr satisfy private There 18 honest leadership among these pur laboring and there Is doubtless dishonest You pM brand any act pf ship as dons dishonestly pr In bad faith refused to do so on the they were privileged Judge Grpsscup was on the ground that public safety I para mount to private right heIssued a mandate commanding Mulfprd tp appear with the Mulfprd again and referred the mat ter to the general attorneys of the com While the Jury was listening to evidence against the lesser the attorney for the Western held a telegraphic correspondence from his ofllue In New Tork with the officials In this They sought to evade the but Judgo Qresspups order was imperative and Manager MulforJ was Informed unless the telegrams were It clearlyso But if it Produced he wpuld be sent to At If any is shown MO appeared the room accompanied by young man Jnnurrestjofl a prlBie ag ntlts the s likewise guilty of an Offence against the United StatesWhat constitutes to hinder or ob struct the nwlls will be touched upon In subject tp which I ponneqtlqn BOW call your law Witt prevents their and response to does S9 to have the trust ot these toll Ing their twts fall within the definition of as have given it to i the the pleasure The individual may feel MnweJJ ajpne unequaj that or unable to he reguia COIIMWt a gppdsle4 They Inside twenty they emerged a dew thrpugh Sherman July ISSf if To The Knights of Labpr pf America i Greeting A crlbts has been reached In the BY fairs pf this nation that peace of the Every fibre In our oivll structure Is strained breaking The shadow hatred hpvers over our terrible The arrogant lash of ing applied by the corporations lentless and the cnaem between masses and the classes Is growing and wider with each succeeding peace Is restored and this nattgn say from acts repulsive to the all Christian people and that Sincerely believing that discord are being purppssly fanned railway corporatlona at the rlik life pf the I take tp appeal to ypu and conscience of the neontei you to lay down the Impienjf fpr a shprt and tinder i of peace and with a PftttteMe pronjste the 9f of pf or ceasatlpn Of between several wprlfj jgav and the corridor that the preset Peba and a large hlg The rutOBF proveft At exactly iury emerged walked dowimtttlrij jjrHdge pr a pf the Anything bj for KW and the duty every citizen tp J wish In press upot you fact he ent ennergenpy is vindicate violated ha UPfler 4W Swn t nee4s ng ru has peep sbovW hu If thwe j feat dpes njt Ohqow tp perception p stf   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication