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The daily herald. (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, July 14, 1892, Image 1

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IOE BOM EAD STRIKE
nnAcrscLirgpFBO TiiEiiW
aSOWAILIES
jS
the strikers were
TheleajlPW
usually communicative We
not talkwas the response to
interrogations Litter the
pinion was freely expressed that
e militia will be revived by no
ostilo demonstration and an r
ljstjce be diclkred until nter their
ejVrtnre < 4t they will have
awesome time said the
o go
eaderofa little group near the
the r d Ue
Icpot a J wen
the mill
raid like to set them run
lonnuion
This little sentence expressed as
oily nscftnld volumes thesitua
ion tint will be ushered in by the
Ivent of the miliiia As lopg as
L army or is on the
round there vflil pe no opposition
from the strikers no lawlessness
uid no violentdemonstrationbur
vlien the iniiltia is withdrawn Urn
strikers will S uop down like birds
iion unionists thnt it
of prey upo
is attempted W install in their
cw and they will be rent to
pieces by theMJ euemies TUistfs
oiidvnlitciily the
PLAN vOF THE STIEKRS
aud the chief ear of their leadfis
now is that the Carnegie company
will lutsen tS instill nonunion
woikmen iirJKe mills immediately
on arrival of the ijriilitin If this
k done a groat advantage will he
obtained by comp ny in possession
Hiid occupancy of the mill and as
opportunity will also be afforded
them to bring in arms for defense
of their workmen thp strikers
would bo at great disadvantage on
jetireinnt of the tpilitia
IS A Fdfc TO FREEDOM V
PmsBraio Julv 10 The South
Tittsburger publishes the i ollow
The Carnegie eoneern has cost
the Arareieail people not only milr
lions of money but scores of lives
and has flooded Pennsylvania with
the labor of the scum of Europe
When the troubles in the eoje
regions occurred a dozen years ago
and the American lpborir refused
to work atg reduced wages the
Frick cokefcompany ilied uptho
region wiih Hungarian and Polish
cheap labor The dozens of bloody i
riots and strikes that have occurred
since then in the coke regions came
abontlaYgeiy through thisclass of
labor Ignorant and debased a
strike meant a fight to them ara
the destruction of property The
wholesale importation of labor by
tlieFriek cdmpany was the tnim
ing point injtue floodingof Amer
ica with this south of Europe
cheap larjbr other manufac
turers beingquick to take the cue
VnJ > t finalfy resulted in the easily
eyaded law known as the act to
gprohibit tlic importation of oreign
yabor under contract
Strike after strike lias resulted
4 1
Vin the Canieigieworks theEdgar
jjhom psbrvstetlJ slparii l
o J
feliig thVboue of couteution year
after year One year he Amal
gamated association would have
It cut with Oaruegre and jifter
beinir crushed out of the mills the
Jiuights of L bir vonid organize
the plant und try iheir hand with
the steel king No oneluis ever
credited Audrejv Ojirnegietyith a
lack of brains and he has been
shrewd enough in the past to pit
One labor organization against the
other Where a few years sgo
Braddock was the stronghold f
Ameriau labor today itiisa
noiiuuion town anil iuye iy large
percentage of its population is
Hungarian and Polish most of
whom were brought to Braddock
by Carnegie at different times to
break stDkes of Atuericaii labor
Just four years ago during the
sunmer of the hist presidenthd
eampaigu the scenes now being
enacted at ILomesteud though in a
modiHed torm were tnkng place at
Braddockev
iliisiSDiittOiPa JolyJI
The entire division of the nfttiotiil
nards of Pennsylvania about
SO00 men has been onleied to
Xo
fuce fis sent tiie disorderly
element will be ovejaweilf and
order be restored I therefore call
upon you to furnish me such sssis
tancfV j j li I t
fiif Wham atMcGLEAiiy
sheriff
Governor Paffcison commander
inchief of the national guards at
once issued theffpiloting order
George R Snowden M > jor
General rOoinmanding the Nati on
ahGuards of Pennsylvania Put
thVdiviaiori under armVand raove
at once with ammunition to sup
port the siieriffofAllegSmnj coun
aT ipafceadt Maintain the
ty
all persons in
peace and protect
their rights under the constitution
and laws of the state Communi
cate with me
Root E PatxisonGovernor
ToilieriffMcCleary he follow
ing telegram was sent
> Wifliam McClenry sheriff Al
TomSeD ON IpUBTH fc
OAED3
E II GOODETTH
c n jtuus
ATX0 KNE YSATL A W
DEA1KRS INUKAL STATE
45 r >
iomplete Al tiicts of Cameron
County Kept InThe OUice
BROWNSVILLE
Homestead to support Sheriff Me T MA0 i
Ceaty in suppressing riots This I
action wastiikcnou reeaipt oi the
i i s f
i a
follbwiug dispatch vV
prnv uiiG a Jnly 10 Ro
bert E PaHison govfru or Harris
bur Thesiiuatiuii afc Homestead
has not improved WIpIo all is
in
quiet thereHie strikers are con
trol and and openly express to me
and the publjc their determination
tiil thi wurk8 jBlijill not beoperat
ed unless by themsdlves After
niaking all etlorts ii my power 1
iave failed to secure a posse ies
ouctabicin uumber to accomplish
anything and m satunod no
tht civil authorities can
pOs > e by
dVaiiyliingjtochange jiie condi
tion of affatrs a d iny attem pt by
an inadequate force to restore the
right of i aw will only result in
farther armed resiotance and coti
sequent loss of life Only a lame
military ioree wHl unable me
mtitrol mutters If such1
TEX
TNO I KLKIBER
ATTORNEYATL AW
Office over JFiist National Bank
Brownsville Texas
Will practice in any of the
courts itthi State when specially
employed
ATTORNEY AT LAW
QiFice Corner Lftyee and Elev
enth Street
BRQWNSyilXE TEXiS
v S THURMOND
ATTORNEY AT LAW
andGeneral Land Agent
VICTORIA
TrEXAS
JR MoxnoE A G Steiust
MONROE STERNE
Attorneys at Law
RIO QR NDE CITY TEf
1ST I
j oOF o
BROWNSVILLF TEXAS
CAPITAL 50 < 3 < 3 < i
G M Raphael W jj Kelly
President J JicePres
J D Anderson Cashier
Directors
Q M Raphael Wm Kelly
Robert Dalzell MF B Kingsbury
Emile Kleiber Jil Anderson
0ollection3 on all oitits promptly
made and re nittecl tolls of exchange
drawn direcCon aUjprtncipal citie
rSugn rthe Vpnd
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