Louis Aloysius Staehling strike

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Louis Aloysius Staehling strike - A GENERAL STEIKE. The Amalgamated Gouacil...
A GENERAL STEIKE. The Amalgamated Gouacil Finally Decides Upon the Step And Orders the Arm af Labor to Become Inert at Xoon, To Coerce the Merchants Into MaHng Terms With the Strikers. All of the tJnions to Go Out Except the Typographical, Eyen the Cotton Labor Organizations Joining the llorement. The Merchants Doubt the Seriousness of the Threat, Eat the Executiye Committee MapB Out Measures, While the City and State Authorities Tat e Cognizance of the Coming Contest. The City Council Called to Meet This Mornine. THE STRIKE ORDERED By Representatives of Some Forty - Odd Labor Bodlee. Hajx Amalgamated Council, ) New Orleans, Nor. 4, 1893. $ At a meeting of the presidents of the labor anions and organizations held on Friday, Not. 4, 1892, at the Screwmen's Hall, the following manifesto was adopted and ordered submitted to all the members of labor unions and organizations in the city of .New Or leans ; To All Union Men Wherever Found Greeting : In view of the fact that in the difficulty now existing between the Board of Trade and merchants, boss draymen and weighers, and in view of the fact that they claim to represent the entire employing power in the city, and claim broadly and emphatically that tbey will not recognize onions or labor organizations in connection with their bnsiness. and endeavor bytneir acts to prevent other employers from either employing or recogniziag union men. and. believing it for the best interest of organized labor tnat we refrain from workiasr for any employer an tit the Board of Trade and others recognize the rights of men to organize into labor anions for their own protection and defence, we issne this manifesto to all unions throughout the city, calling on tbem as union men to abstain from any work or assisting in any way in prolonging prolonging the difficulty. - Tbe gauntlet has been thrown down by the employers that the laboring men have no rights that they are bound to respect, and in our opinion the lose of this battle will affect each and every nnion man in the city, and after trying every honorable means to attain an equitable and just settlement, we find no means left open bntto issue this call to ail union men to stop work and assist assist with their presence and open sup - Sort from and after Saturday noon. OT. 5. 1892. and snow to the merchants and all otbers interested that the labor unions are united. James Leoxakd, chairman, John Breek, W. M. Keik, J as. K. Pokier, John M. Caluhw, Committee. Louis Staehling, Bakers and Confectioners Confectioners No. 135. Geo. Buhler, Broom Makers' Union J. L. Brown, Carpenters and Joiners No. 634. A E. T. Gibson, Carpenters and Joiners No. 739. , V n ' E. j. Melaroher, Carpenters and Joiners Joiners No. 733. . - Aug. Lumberg. Carpenters and Joiners Joiners No. 76. . Hy. Beilly, Carpenters and Joiners No. 349. " 3 . L. D. Landry, Carpenters and Joiners No. 704. M. S. Hall, Car Drivers No. 5490. J. A. Monier, Clothing Clerks No. 61. Geo. Speiss, Coopers International No. 4. J as. W. Kelly. Cotton. Yardmen's Benevolent Benevolent Association No. L, J. E. Bovle, Horseshoers No. 5755. J. B. MoClellan, Grain Shovelers No. 5812. A. E. Ketch nm. Marine Mates Ko. 6802. ; Jno. H. Connors. Eetall Dry Goods Clerks' Union. . . a . Chas. Horn, Marine and Stationary Firemen No. 2707. Lee J. Hoie, Brootherbood of Painters Painters and Decorators No. 76. E. P. Brillault, Brotherhood of Painters Painters and Decorators and Paper Hangers No. 202. . 3 F. L. Winters. Pile Drivers and Wharf Builders No. 580L, . J. W. Winfrey, Round Freight Teamsters Teamsters and Loaders No. 5813. F. Freisch. Sngar Workers' Protective Protective Union. No. 5765. Fred. Disque. Grain Shovelers No, 5861 . V . Longshoremen Benevolent Association. Association. B. Moses. Maeicians' Union. K. w. Keese,Warehonsemen and Packers Packers No. 5800. W.'C. Brown, Teamsters and Lumber Lumber Yardmen. .... Dorsey Moore Scalemen's Union No. 5869. C H. White, - New Basin Teamsters No. 5870. ' , . Geo. Giles, Ship Scrapers' Union No. 5818. Jos. Markey, Gas Workers No. 5894. C. A. Lucas, Coal Wheelers No. 5814. D. A. IngersolL Coachmen's Union No. 5717. , G. F. Wilson, Cotton Yardmen's Benevolent Benevolent Association No. 2. - A. M. Keir, lnternatfonal Boilermakers Boilermakers and Iron Ship Builders' Union. James E. Porter, assistant organizer American Federation of Labor. John M. Callahan. general organizer organizer American Federation of Labor. Paul Arm and, Screwmen's Benevolent Benevolent Association No. 2. Aaron Butler, Marine Firemen No. 5565. Louis Shaeffer. Railway Workers No. 198. . Hy. BurrelL American Carriers. O. Morice, Coachmen's Benevolent Association No. 5811. Ed Hale, idea v oncers' union No. 5810. . J. Traoey.operauve Plasterers' Union No. 93. . . . Ed P. Bell, Shoe Clerks No. 7ft, John Breen. Scre - flrmcn's Beusvolent A iaciAiioa io. 1. ; .....

Clipped from The Times-Picayune05 Nov 1892, SatPage 1

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)05 Nov 1892, SatPage 1
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