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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY , MA * J3. 1887.
tl > 'f IDLE PICKS AND BRUSHES ,
TLo Pcacaful Labor Strike Uncompro-
BRICK MOULDING MACHINES.
They Arc Ordered nntl On tlio AVny
Alleged Attempt to Get the Cubic
Line Jjuliorcrs Hoozy ,
Revolutionizing the Itrlclc
While thu striking brick moulders nro
holding their nicotines and discussing
thuir grievances , the proprietors of tlio
til Huron t yards sire preparing to execute
n Iliink movement which \v\\\ \ \ \ entirely
revoliitionl/o the brick making industry
in tills city. Costly machinery for mak
ing brick Inis been ordered from Lan
caster , I'll. , mid is expected to arrive in
Omaha , about Thursday of next week.
These machines cost ? 550 apiece , deliv
ered aboard the cars , and each one has a
canaeilv of IJO.OO ! ) brick a day. They
will not only enable tlio yards to be entire
ly independent of tlio striking brick
moulders but will increase tin ; capitcitv
of each yard. Thin the method of brick
making in this city will not only bo en
tirely revolutionized , but the output will
be largely increased. Livcsey & Son
have ordered three of these machines ,
and will increase their capacity from
70.030 to 1)0,000 ) brick n day. Each of the
oilier yards will increase its capacity in
about the same proportion. Witlmcll
JJros. have ordered three of these ma
chines , Bailey Ulesen two , ittner two ,
Kushford & Gould two , and the smaller
yards one and two each. The machines
are entirely automatic , and can bo oper
ated by crude workmen. Mono of the
yards will manufacture any more brick
until the new machinery arrives hero.
Some of the brick moulders tried to go
to work Wednesday , but were prevented
from doing so by the striking cable work
men. Seeing that it was futile to attempt
to operate tiieir yards the dilloreut pro
prietors closed promptly down , and at
jiresent there is not a brick being made
in the city.
About 9 o'clock yesterday morning a
gang of about seventy-live of the strikers
on the cable line , assisted by a number
of idle men , went to Fifteenth and
Douglas streets , where the work of exca
vating for the Hyers building is being
carried on. The shovellers had boon re
ceiving $1.50 per day , and the strikers
induced them to demand sf 1.75 per day.
About half of tlio shovellers struck for
the advance and threw down their tools.
The contractors promptly gave the ad
vance nskpd , and they cent nued their
work. This episode attracted a crowd of
COO people to the corner , and for a time
trouble seemed imminent. Ten police
men , however , managed to preserve
I'ftintcrs and PnperhnngirH.
The painters and paperhangcrs con
tinued their session yesterday morning at
Alotz hall. A number of men wore repor
ted as working and committees were ap
pointed to wait upon them and request
thorn to join the strike.V. . F. Stone , a
young painter , delivered himself of quite
n neat oratorical ell'ort , and several other
pleasing addresses were made. Mr. John
Jaskak'ck , president of the Cigjirmakcrs'
union was introduced and with a few
words of encouragement presented the
boys with $50 in cash a present from
the union. Carl Harmon , the Sixteenth
street boss-painter was introduced and
created the wildest enthusiasm by an
nouncing his withdrawn ! from the Muster
Painters' association and his perfect
willingness to accede to all the demands
of the men. Later Mr. Harmon entered
'into a written agreement with the execu
One master paperhanger states that the
difl'erentlirms of this city would not accede
to the demands of the strikers. They had
agreed to submit their dill'ercnco to a
committee of arbitration and this the
men refused to do. No further over
tures , he said , would bo mado.
They Wouldn't Drink.
Just prior to the shovolers strike yester
day , tlio cable strikers were approached
by a stranger , who greeted them heartily
and said :
"Hoys , I'm from Kansas City and I
Want you all to drink with me. Il shan't '
cost you a cent. " Ho took thorn into
Barney McGinnis' saloon on Fourteenth
nnd Dodge streets and bought three kegs
of beer for "tho boys" with the remark
"If that ain't enough for you , you can
have ten kegs. " Some of them were in
tavor of occupying the Street. Better
counsel prevailed , however , and tlio man
from Kansas City was mforncd that his
beer was not wanted. Thereupon the
bartender broke open the kegs and
emptied the beer on the lloor. The
strikers say thai this man was scut to
thorn by Contractor Lillis , who was
scheming to got them intoxicated , in
order that they might commit acts of
lawlessness , with the result of causing
public sentiment to bo against them.
They claim that the man who so gener
ously ollbrcd to treat them is a fellow
from Kansas Citr named Parsons , who
is traveling hero under the alias of
, Quito n number of men attempted to
go to work yesterday on the cable line ,
But were prevented from doing so by the
OMAHA , May 11. To the Editor of the
BEK : Will you kindly puolish thcso few
facts in regard to the present disagree
ment existing between the brick mould
ers of Omaha and their employers.
In the first place , there is no moulder
in Omaha who can say ho learned to
mould brick in thirty days or live times
that length of time , and even
if it wore true , is that n
reason why they should receive less
for moulding 0,000 , brick than adjoining
cities pay for 5,000 V It is a demonstrated 1
fact that brick cannot bo bought for loss
than $12 per thousand in Omaha. As tn
the fear of the rest of the men on the
yards there is no talk of their being dis
satisfied , and I don't think there is any
of them who would not go back to work
without dissatisfaction. The moulders
got less in proportion than any men in
tlio yard. Wo have never done anything
to justify the statement , that by
threats or force wo uvor stopped n
moulder in this city , and as to throwing
brickbats it has never occurred but once
ami then by small boys , the mouldon
having nothing to do with it. Whcnevoi
n moulder goes to work for $3.50 per daj
wo appeal to his manhood and principle
nnd wo don't know of a single CUM
whore this appeal has failed to cause
him to quit. Wo are making no oxorbi
ttint demand nnd only want justice. \ \ ' <
nro trying in n peaeoablo way to obtain
it. and with God's help and the sympalh ;
of our justice loving citizens wo wit
The Cable lilno Strike.
The assertions of Contractor Lillis o
the cable line as published in Wedncs
day's ' But : , are denied by the striking cm
Their committee called at the BEI
odlpo yesterday nnd expressed n desire ti
correct the contractor's statement ,
The' committee maintain Hint de.spit
the existence of a contradictory tun
book , it is a fact , which can bo substau
tiatcu by the affidavits of a number a
employes , that Contractor Lillis has not
paid them for fractional hour ? ! nmUhoy
have so far failed to discover n single
man who has not been deprived of frac
tional hour wages. , , ,
In regard to the claim of Mr. LHlis
that no Shovellers in the city were paid
more than $1,75 per day , and that ho
was paying more than other contractors ,
the committee states that the following
nro paying shovellers SJ.OO per day in
this city : City of Omaha , City Waterworks -
works , Hronniui & \ \ Imlen , Sewer Con
tractor Fox , and Contractor Muleahoy.
Tlio contractor's charge that the sinking -
ing employes took tools out of the hands
of laborers , the committee says is abso
lutely false ; that neither in nor out of the
presence of the police , have they taken
anv tools from any laborers or compelled
any one to milt work. They have , how
ever , done tlieir utmost to secure the co
operation in their struggle for justice , of
all laboring men. As an evidence of the
unfair way in which the strikers have
been treated by tlio contractors , they
charge that yesterday morning a man un
doubtedly In the employ of the contractor ,
went to the saloon of 15. Mediums and pur-
ch : < sed two kegs of boor.with in'tructloiis
that thov be s-et out to the strik
ers. Tlfo committee says this-
was done in order to intoxicate tlio men
and compel them to commit r.\sh acts in
order that they would lose the friendship
of the public and turn its favor against
them. As soon as possible the committee
stopped tlio distribution of tlio beer , and
the well-laid plan to do them a menu in
jury failed in Its infancy.
Relating to the above the following
was received at this ollijo to-day :
To the Kditor of the BIE : : Dear Sir
Wo would like if you would put this in
the columns of your paper. We , as work
ing men of Omaha , return thanks to Mr.
Lillis for the beer and liquor that lie gave
men who are looking for their rights as
free citi/.ons of America. Wo are not
going to run down our manhood by
drinking that cursed stulFthat he wanted
us to drink , at 10 o'clock tills morning.
We want to show the people and citizens
that wo want to keep the peace. Ho sent
a man to give them nine or ton kegs of
beer to get them drunk so that the sym
pathy of the citi/.cns.and tlio public would
be against us.
COMMITTT.B OF STUIKUKS.
Cottage colors ready for nso in now
nnd desirable shades. Alabasline in
various tints , the original and only per
manent wall finish , supersedes calci
mine for boant.y and durability , and is
easily applied. Paints , window glass ,
brushes , ute , , largest and most complete
stock west of Chicago , dimming : ! &
Neilson , lllSFarnam St.
ODDS AM > KNDS.
Stray Leaves l-Voni Huportorial Note
It is said that the clerks of a certain
thriving dry goods man in this city , who
advertises heavily , threatened to leave
him if lie inserted more than one half
page advertisement in the 15in : a week
during this hot spell. The reason they
gave for this was that they could not
stand the extra work , which 1ho rush of
customers would involve. The merchant
lias temporarily at least given in.
"Tho best and about the only cure for
a morphine fiend or an opium smoker , "
remarked : i policeman yesterday "is a
good long term in the county jail on
bread and water. With the proper medi
cine in addition , thirty davs' sentence
will no a long ways toward breaking up
the habit in tlio most inveterate users of
the drug. "
The scarcity of houses to rent in this city
is becoming sttnplv appalling , notwith
standing that hundreds of new houses
are being built every mouth. One real
estate dealer said to a reporter the other
day : "I could rent GOO extra houses in a
day if 1 had them. " And this pretty
nearly expresses the situation as the ma
jority of real estate men find it.
On ono house situated on a main
thoroughfare and which is conspicu
ously empty , is posted this warning sign :
"This house is empty , but it Is not tor rent.
Don't bottier youiself about it. "
"I'm beginning to feel like a stranger , '
said a merchant this morning. "I re
main in my store all dav. AY hen 1 go
home in the evening , I notice that some
old land mark ha ? disappeared. Some
of these used to be stopping
places for mo to lay in a temporary
supply of cloves before reaching home
Now that they have disappeared , their
old sites make it dillicult for mo to feel ,
at times , that I am not in another city
It's a fact. To-dav my partner told mo
ho telt just as I did. lie hud been ac
customed to get his nigars in a certain
place. At noon ho went for
a weed and found the cigar
store , as ho ttiought , occupied
by a dining room. Ho couldn't under
stand the change until ho found that the
place ho was hunting for had altogether
suddenly disappeared , and ho hud mis
taken the next door for his old haunt. "
JPOU11TU OF JULY CIOLUIIKATION.
The Knights or Lmlior to Hold One
on a Ijnruo Scale.
The Knights of .Labor of this city have
taken the initiative in celebrating the
Fourth of July , and intend to make the
occasion such as to satisfy n long-felt
demand for a successful display on that
day. The use of tlio fair grounds has
been donated them by the association.
They will have a balloon ascension , a
series of horse racing , danc
ing , fireworks nnd athletic
exercises. Hefore the commencement of
these features , there will bo n grand pa
rade of all the business house employes ,
artisans and tradesmen , together with
the dill'erent assemblies of the order in
tliis city. Tlio proceeds will be applied
to the new hall to bo erected by the
Knights of Labor.
Funcrnl of Miss Ellen Fox.
The funeral of Miss Ellen Fo * , the
daughter of Contractor l'owas hold
from St. Philouiona's cathedral yesterday
morning at 9 o'clock. High mass was
celebrated at the cathedral. The attend-
mice of mourning relatives and sorrow
ful friends indicated the very high es
teem in which the young lady was hold
and Uin grief which was ( olt nt her do-
cease. She was engaged in marriage tea
a gentleman in Sioux City , ami the nup
tials wore to have been celebrated in a
few weeks. The cortege to the Holy Sep
ulchre cemetery where the burial oc
curred was quite imposing.
Edison Electric Light System Estimates
furnished. GEO. W , COSTCH ,
Paxton House , Omaha , Agent.
South Oinuha Ooal ,
All reports to the contrary Mr. Cook ,
who has charge of the sinking of the coal
shaft at South Omaha , says that coal of
n very line quality has been discovered.
The work of boring is still rapidly going
on , and the development will be worked
for nil it is worth.
Joe Kearney , one of the first teamsters
in Omaha , nnd well known m the city ,
is not expected to live many hours. Joe
has been' a good follow in his day and
his demise will bo regretted by a largo
number who know him in the palmy days
to him ) of-hauling from the Bteuuibouts.
A BIO SUIT.
An Injunction Against the Water-
wet kg Company.
An important nnd sensational suit was
started in the United States court yester
day , involving large sums of.mouov nud
The plaintllV is Marshall Field , the
merchant prince of Chicago , and the defendant -
fondant is the City Waterworks com
pany of this city. Tlio plaintlu"
in Ins petition alleges that nbout a year
ago ho purchased ' 'GO shares of water
works stock from S. It. Johnson , who
was then president. Slnco tint timc.Mr.
Field claims , the policy of the com
pany has been to depreciate the
stock held by some of the lesser holders ,
notably himself , Mr. Kounl/.c , Mr.
Creighton , and Mr. Hamilton. In other
words , to practically free/o them out.
Ho says that ho bought the stock from
Mr. Johnson with the understanding that
that gentleman , Mr. Rogers , Mr. Du-
inont and Mr. Mor o held a controlling
interest in the stock and would manage
the affairs of the company
wisely. An agreement was furthermore
entered into , His alleged , between Mr.
Field and ho gentlemen above named
that no one of the pool was to unload or
.sell his slock , without the consent and
knowledge of the others. Mr. Field'
claims that , notwithstanding this agree
ment , the otner gentlemen sold
tlieir stock shortly afterward to a syndi
cate of eastern capitalists , who elected
W. II. Underwood president and S. W.
Wvllu secretary. In return for this it is
alleged , the now company held a secret
meeting , contriving not to give
Mr. 1'icld due notice , nt which
the capital stock of the company
was increased to $800,000 , ( and subse
quently to $1OCO,000) ) . Then , it is alleged ,
arrangements were made to issue pre
ferred stock , and apply the proceeds of
the sale of the same to the payment of an
alleged debt which the now com
pany owed to the old directors.
Messrs. Dumont , Morse , Rogers and
Johnson. This now debt existed be
cause the now Undcrwood-Wylie syndi
cate had practically mortgaged a claim
on this preferred stock to pay for the
stock transferred by Messrs. Johnson ,
Morse et al. In other words , the scheme
was to operate the company
for the bcnofit of ' the John-
feon-Hogors-Dumont syndicate and
against Field , Kountzc , Creighton and
the weaker stockholders. Jn order to
accomplish this it is claimed , Messrs.
Wylio and Underwood saw to it that a
board of directors ( most of them out of
the ciiy ) were elected who would bo sub
servient to their wishes. It is further
more stated by Mr. Field in his petition ,
that the new directors under the thumb
of Wylic and Underwood at a .secret
meeting held May 0 , in this city executed
n lease of the waterworks company's
property and plant , for seventeen years ,
to the American Water company of
Chicago. This , the plaintiff states
is a corporation organi/.cd under the
jaws of Illinois for the purpose of own
ing and operating waterworks in the dif
ferent western cities. This lease was to
bo executed in consideration of the is
sue ot $800.000 of preferred stock , which
was to bo taken up and paid for uy the
new company. This company , the de
fendant claims , is under control of Messrs.
Underwood and Wilie so as to further the
scheme of conspiracy and fraud against
the weaker stock holders. Tlio plaintiff
states that the lease , as well as the in
crease of stockJwo.ro covertly and fraud
ulently brought about. He there
fore r.s ' for an injunction
against Messrs. Wylic , Underwood , Me-
Dougal and Hall ot the waterworks com
pany , enjoining them from executing the
ease , or having anything further to do
ivith the management of tlio company ,
until the matter can be heard in court.
Ic also asks for the appointment of a
cceiver. Judge Dundy has granted the
njunction and will hear the matter as
; ooii as possible.
THE NEUUA8U.A CENTUAU
Work Delayed by a Hitch on the
Bridge Question Hull Notes.
It transpires that the reason work is
not being pushed on tlio Nebraska Cen-
ral railway project is that thoio is some
.rouble about the bridge. As has already
been stated in the BEE , the Chicago , Mil
waukee & St. Paul road , which is back
ng the Nebraska Central , will build the
bridge at this point which is to connect
the Iowa line of that road with the Ne
braska Central road. The survey of the
proposed route is all made , anil every
thing is ready to go ahead with the work
of construction when lol mid behold ! It
appears that the Omaha and Council
Bluffs bridge company , which proposes
to build a wagon ana foot
bridge , has chosen to cross the river at
Dodge .street. This has led. to a conllict ,
to adjust which negotiating are now
quietly going on. It is rumored that the
bt. Paul road is negotiating to buy out
the franchise of the Omaha & Council
Bluffs company and build in connection
with the railway bridge , a passenger and
foot bridge. On this score , however ,
nothing delinito can bo learned.
It was ascertained to-day that repre
sentatives of the Nebraska Central and
St. Paul roads are now in Washington ,
conferring with the secretary of war rum
government ollicials , relative to the pro
posed bridge. As the state oliicials can ,
if they so desire , authori/.e all the prelim
inaries necessary to the construction of
the bridge , it will not bo necessary to in
voke the aid of congress in this direo-
A I'OSSIHLE ALLIANCE.
Messrs. Potter , Ames and Adams , of the
Union Pacllic , are to arrive m this city ,
this evening , where Mr. Potter will here
after take up his residence.
This coming will bo fraught with in
terest to the Union L'ai'ilio , the manage
ment of which passes into the hands of
Mr. Potter. The details of the trans
fer will bo effected at this meet
ing , as will doubtless also bo de
termined the closeness of relationship
which shall hereafter exist between the
Union Pacilio and the Chicago , Mil
waukee & St. Paul. It has long boon
mentioned in railroad circles that there
was a growing desire on the part of both
of thcso roads'to arrive at an understand
ing whereby each might derive the
benctit of the through western and
eastern connection of the other , thus
forming a continuous line from almost
coast to coast. It has been a question ,
however , with which ot the Iowa lines this
understanding could bo effected , some
thinking that thn C. B. & Q. was the one
most likely to be selected. The selcotion
of Mr. Potter , late of that
road , seemed to imply that the
agreement suggested might bo en
tered into , but that has been
authoritatively denied by Mr. Potter. It
is known , however , that Messrs. Adam1. ,
Potter and Ames are to bo mot hero by
the leading men of the Chicago , Milwau
kee & St. Paul , and in view of the
friendly relations existing between that
corporation and the Union Pacific , as
also the interest the former is displaying
in bridging into this city , gives warrant
for the belief that the object of the com
ing of the Milwaukee's ollicials is as sug
Passenger Agent Vandorcook , of tlio
Now York Central , is in the city.
Traveling Passenger Agent Giles and
General Western Passenger Agent John
son , of the Lake Shore road , are in
Knot Hondo , n former stenographer
for Superintendent Kosty , of the Union
Pacilio telegraph department , is said to
bo doing Salvation army work in Denver.
The whole 'Pontag family , , who wore
engaged in an assault upon'Stuart Reed ,
residing nt Nineteenth and Spring
streets , were brought before Judge
Borka yesterday. They wore given a
brief examination , and then bound over
to appear for trial next Saturday. James
Flannery was lined $10 ami costs for as
saulting JnmesiHighland , n justice of the
peace near South Omaha. A number of
cases of drunks and vagrants were dis
Stook Yards Company Stock.
The success which has attended the
stock ynrds in-South Omaha , has been so
remarkable that the management lias
found that they are inadequate to supply
the demands upon them- The Intention
nowis to enlarge them about fifty per cent ,
nnd for this end other Improvements now
contemplated , it is proposed to increase
the capital stock from $1,200,000 to $ 'J.-
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Halls , Carpeting , Flower Sprinklers , Icollags , i'lpcs , Tnlilng ,
Ilath Mats , Cement , Floor Scrapers , Ice Caps , 1'lpe fctems , Tntnhiers ,
Hath Tubi , Clothes Wringers , Folding ullfl , Ink Stands , Plant Sprinklers , Toys.
lied Pang , Coats "i'lsh Jlrauil Foot Hulls , Invalid Cushions , Pure Uubber , Tecth'gniiiKsAPnd * ,
Ilcd Sheets , \vUIlll B. Force Cupi , Legging * . Punts , Tobacco Poiirhes ,
ll.ll.XI'.Co. Ilcltlog.Coiulj Cleaners , Fruit Jar Kings , Lined Iloao , 1'lstol Pockets , Trotting Uolls ,
Belt Hooks , Corks , Funnels , Luce Cutters , ItattlCH , llrlnnli ,
Ilellowa Cloth , Cork Screws , Gaa Tubing , Life Preservers , Itnbber Dam , Umbrcllnn ,
, , , Goods , Killers , Poles ,
lllbs Curry Combs ( ilovce Mackintosh Ventilating
Illankcts , Ciupadors , ( lOSBamcr Caps , Mutch Itoxcs , KupairlncCloth , AVaROn Aprons ,
Hoots A Sbocs , Cigar Cased , - Cloth , Martlngalo Kings , Klmft Ituhbcrs , Vagon Govern . ,
Hoys Clips , Chair Tips.t Buffers , Coats , Hints , Shoes X Hoots , Wagon .Springs ,
Hoys . Coats , Diapers , Waterproofs , Matting , Mnk Scrapers , Weatherstrips ,
r.ouglcn , Diaper Cloth , Gaiter Straps Mirrors , } > coops , Webbing ,
Hrauclets , Dolls , Gun Co\urs , Mittens , Shooting Coats , AVadlng I'antf ,
Rrenst I'umps , Doll llodlcs , Gutta Percba , Nipples , Sling shots. Water Hollies ,
. , , ' . , Itlbs. , Window Cleaners ,
Rre.isl Shields Doll Heads Gymnas'.uma Nursing Soling . .
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Uulfers leer ) Hands Hair Curlers Nursing Dottles bpoiigollags AVrlngcr Itolla
Boston TloltillR _ JCo's. liulibcr and Cotton Beltinp , Packing nnd Hose. Solo agcnta in Oinalia.
Leather Uefllng1'Ure Oak Tunned. Manufacturers of "PERFECTION BOX SYKINOES. "
Manufacturers of "FISIIIIIIAND IIUHHER GOODS. "
OMAHA RUBBER COMPANY , 1008 Farnam St. , OMAHA , NE2.
Hall Urdcri Solicited and will Kccclve Promtit Attention.
ta C olliiiig Co ,
EACH PURCHASER OF GOODS TO THE AMOUNT Olf
" \X7"I11 "be reser ted. " " ritlb. a. TlcHset
THE ffiW YORK AND OMAHA CLOTIMG COMPANY Ml
1308 FARNAM STREET.
Locomotive and Stationary Eoilcis , Tanfe , Steam Heaters , Hot Water Boilore , Steam Gen
erators , Steam Pumps , Dodge Wood Split Pulleyrf , Acme Shading ,
Wagons , Road Scrapers and Bale Ties
Agents for the Improved Corliss Engine
Prompt attention given all orders. Get our prices before buying.
BROWN ELL d CO. , *
" .A . . . . - . ; . ' . ' - . ; . ; . - - . . 1S13-1S15 Leavenworth st , Omaha , Neb.
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