me time after the arrival of General Miles in Chicago.
The garrison of Fort Sheridan proved sufftillery—to the Lake Front Park in the city of Chicago.
To avoid possible interruption of the movemeld, Major-General.
(Telegram.) Chicago, Ills., July 4, 1894. Adjutant-General U. S. Army, Asst. Adjt.-Genl.
(Telegram.) Chicago, Ills., July 4, 1894. Adjt. Genl. U. S. Army, Washrough the country, especially from Kansas to Chicago, at this time would be desirable. Nelson A. to move if necessary.
(Telegram.) Chicago, Ills., July 5, 1894. Adjutant-General U. S. A., methods by which the unlawful combination in Chicago was suppressed:
(Telegram.) Headquarte of Illinois, and especially in the city of Chicago, within said State:
And whereas, for the pheadquarters Department of the Missouri, Chicago, Illinois, July 9, 1894.
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to govern the troops in dealing with a mob
the duties of the military misunderstood
orders of the President in regard to the Pacific Railways.
in 1894 the vast development of railroad communication between the Mississippi valley and the Pacific Ocean, and the similar building of new cities and founding of industrial enterprises in the region between the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific, both in anticipation of the future development of the country rather than in response to any demand thenYet it was not until July 9, six days after the order to Colonel Martin, that those duties became clearly defined, and then they were misunderstood in the very essential particulars above specified.
The lawless interruptions of traffic on the Pacific roads had continued from the latter part of April till early in July,—two months and a half,—in spite of all the efforts to enforce the laws, in each special case, by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings.
Yet as soon as full discretionar