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ROCK ISLAND ARGUi
VOL. XLTV. HO. 256.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1896.
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Labor Union Complains of Union
BIO CUT IN TELEGBAPHEB3' WAGES
In filiation f aa ordar by Jade CaM--lt
Tw Yaara Ag-Mmu' ftatarlra hI
(rrtnln Paint Rr1ned Xrarly SO lrr
Out.- Ittaa riUd A.klna; That tha
"taHnl Dowa" other
-rlataura Thai Apptar.
OMAItA. An. )?. A ult ha been fllcit
In the Initril Statu circuit court which U
likvljr toduiunnatratv JinC how irr-t per
iiiiitipnt benefit thn men on the Colon
I'.iclflc nru tn n-np from the fnmoiu wauo
wlicditle conference hclil before JuiIitp
t'rtldwull In March, 1. Amonn the
othi-r rvvtilta of thU f.imrjii conference
In fact, the result It vm railed to accom
Jillxh wn the adoption of a wap-schedule
and a r.xli,f riili-4 which wn to govern
tha relation of th turn nml the rwrvlvt r.
Antony thr rule w one which pro
vided thut tin nmn ahotiM ho dlohnrtrol
without Jmt can;, and another wan that
thuachmlule of p fljtil uHn at that
tlmo wn not to be altered except by order
iif the court.
Telegrapher Make Ilia Complaint.
Hie men In tl.e tclcprnh tirant-h of tho
acrvlce alli-tre thiit both of thete provlalnii
have l iin violated, and on thl the lui
will lie Jul mil In en. which h.i lcen
II led III tho Tnited ."bitea court. In this
cni J. T. Wryhrljtht. I M. Tu.lor. K
IC'M'nliniim and X. A. !mlth. ri-pn--nt-liiK
tlin Order nf Itnllway li Icjiraphcr.
tiienil rof the joint protective taunt of
tin' ftnilo-e of the L'nlon Pacific sytli-in,
M'iirna plalntllT. The petition recite
tlie order rntcml liy Juilirea t'alowcll and
Itlncr at the conclusion of the hcnrititr In
Mun-h, lni, and the coufcrcnc. Iculiiitf
lip to It. It then proceed to atnM that
the following rtfea of pay for fclcirrnpli
on r.itor were II v.il by the order: Uoircr,
hfl per mouth; Ifc-nton. MT: Al.lu, ...;
llooue. K . kvllt.. ..
Their ftalarle Ahmit Cat la Half.
Without notice to the tii'-n or to the
court, and In violation of that order, the
ietitlon wtalea, the wne at thee atrttioti
have hvn rciliic.il n follow: Ho-or. to
per month; lt-ntnn. Sr.; Alda. t:."i;j
IhHiun, ...; K' kvlle, $;.v Tlicp ilit .iier
MKk I ho court that the wage of the men
lie rctorcd to the amount mined In the
wliiilule, nml that the difference between
that and the amount they haveriTeiv.il
aim-e the reduction In paid to them. JJy
far thn mot liujairtmittirtlon of I ho peti
tion I contained In trie nevt naTtirrnph.
In It the petitioner allege that the man
nitlntr otticlaU of the rotuinny an- hotiln
to ortranicd labor, and particularly to the
Order of Kail way Tehvraphcr. niiil that
A aylt'iuatle effort ha Ihtii made to Teed
nit the leader In the order by mimoiarily
ill harrflnn them without ran
TII;V lltVK AMlTlll lt UICII V tN( l
They ! Xwt Appra nf the Company
Ta for HiMpllal Nervier.
Amotix the are cited I. K tiillil.tnd
and y. It. Ilreliaek. Thn tcleraphcM
hnvn another (rrlcvanco which will Ik
lirouttht ti the attention of the court In n
-tillon which will ho tiled today. It ha
iNt ti the rUAtom on the I'litnti Kiellli- for
lonif time to deduct from the pay of each
man on the nyxtcm the mint of to rent M-r
month for the maintenance of ho1. lt.nl on
t he nVKteiii. The teleirrapher atletre that
they receive txi Ix-nellt from tho lenpiMl
I'leept In rne of tho' ho n'ide at tint
place when, they are maintained. They
complain that they are not iriven any
iv-eooniln'f of the cqiemlltiirv of thn
money rulleetitl for thi purpose from the
the men, which, they allege, atiiount to
liai.mai .r year.
They any that If they nmt pay tlicy are
entitled to know what hceomr .f tho
money. They will alo nlleire In the H'tl
tl n that at the prevent time the I nion
1'aelllc doc not maintain any hmpltal.
akmply having the u. of a mn.ill numlier
uf cot In lioitnU rotulin tul l.y private
partic or am-lation. nml that the !(
'lie at taehed thereto I not nullleleiit to
warrant the rollivl'.on of the amount of
money that iat prv-M-nt tai.cn from th
AERONAUT'S REV ARKABLE DEATH.
'rail wilh III rarachnle and atrhr in a
Tree hy III Nrrli.
pAt.lA. A u if. 1". liny i:.ir..n. nn aeri
tiaut. wa Lilletl while dcw ciidiiur in a
paracliute at tfcil t'litl. a ulur! of tiii
rlty. at rt o'clwk yeterdny afternoon. Ill
dentil wa a very rem irk.dile ore nml ie'
cumil when lcal rxpt'cteil. Vhen with
in forty feet of the earth and falling gr.wv
fully hi hij umbrella trin k anclcotiio
wire t.le, alinot aiiinif tho luirhitie
anil Hi. mlnir the man Into a viu tllvliu
trei- near Iit.
Hi hea l raneht tn a fork only ten feet
from the (iroiind. diloiattnrf hi mvk and
raimtni lntnnt denib, ltor in hum? te-
tween the limb a t hunch at the end of a
hank-man nte. lie had It-cn hero only
a few day and nothing la known of hi
Mrl. nf rnlnlrr nl r Inrh.
Nrw oisk. Aiiit. IT. A ircnernl lrike
of p ilnter ha own imtertl to take place
tilnv. whieH will Include men In other
trade who will quit Work III Kyinpnlhy
with thcui. In tho ihop of the contrac
tu who are tvintr watte le. than the
nnion ale of for rltfht hour work a
I iy. It 1 Mild that nearly l.iJ workmen
lla.1 a Ulalil t- IW Itamfoanded.
Jn iv t ut. Antf IT. Iter. MonttMrn-
err iliirt Throip. of .-t. Matthew' Trot
et.m t:,i .'luil churi h, ha U-run action
a- viii-t lu eirvtiM-ti for .aj due on hi
aiilury. Tin iirpriAd the ve-trymrn, but
wncn tncy rei
the dure for
IU1I of claim aifainst
t-.ViMi foe overtime lo
thice year tt.ey were diimfiainded.
I II Mat lM:h fe Ian
Uallaa, Auii XT. Thjsun went down
Saturday niehl upon a parched and with
ered earth, the mercury reiritering los.
It came up Imilinir hot jetenlny morning',
Lrltfht of lu. doyrree. the hotWat weaUot
rouurd fur Uua aepUva.
Prealdeatlal Candidate and Hla Wife Kc
rflve Farther Ovation.
VuNKti:, N. Y., Aug. 17. Presi
dential Candidate Bryan and wild
left Irvingtr.n this mornio. At the
ret) uent of their host, John Brisben
Walker, the people of Irvintrton re
friined from ruakiD(; any demonstra
tion. They arrived here by' train
and took the boat far I'ougbkeepsie,
where they will arrive shortly after
unon and will there take a train to
Barritown, the nearest railroad point
to Upper Kotd Hook where live the
Perrine. whofe guests they will be
tnl tor tha Candidate.
N'r.wBi-Kfsii. X. Y.. Ang. K. Two
thousand people gathered at the
dock at noon to see Mr. and Mr.
Bryan on board the boat. Flags
waved and chers were given. Juet!
before tbegaoir was hauled in Bryan !
appeared at the lower gang way and !
bowed his acknowledgments. Many
people went to Puughkeepsio from
here on the boat to gat a good look
at the candidate.
Jralno llaahand' llod.
Ciik a;.i. Au. 17. In a titofjdal
ouy Charles Nelson shot and killed
hi wife, ami then fired at and barely
tuised killing his 3 year-old daugh
ter, lie was arrested shortly after
Maa Hiown to Atom.
New II01.1.ASI), Pa., Aug. 17
Three men were killed acd a dozen or
more injured by the explosion cf 25
pounds of drnaniite this morning.
The telephone company in building a
new line stored the explosive in the
summer kitchen of the Eagle hotel.
Charles F. Cannon went to get cut
enough dynamite for the day's use.
A few ni .iiicnts later there was a
terrilic explosion. Cannon was blown
to atoms. Neither his legs nor
head could be found.' A number
standing near felt the effects of the
explosion. Frank Hammond was in
stantly killed and George Crospmm
died soon after. A lanre number of
others were more o less seriously
MICHIGAN TH'JCS COME TO GRIEF.
Itiih a MncU Train. Iiat Arc All ( auturt-d
Kiel ..Viiiw I ft roiojili.
t'IIA!:t.oiTK. An". IT A iviul stock
train, vvliieli v.cM e:isi on the Chicago :;nd
tiiaiid Trunk nt 1J: ori itunlay tiiht, was
hoarded by ;mir men at !levi:e. thirteen
niiie of her', nil masked und all
heavily nrmi-d. who at the point of their
linns i iiiii.ielki! Ih.r two men in charge of
the stin k to ciiijiiy their poekctsi of all
tln ir money iiud a nemlier ol other nrticlej
of Mll'ill V.'lllie.
Tlie rol.lw r eca: d. but wirj all viin-
lured ly a ;oi" yesterday ntlcrnoou mid
I'slifit la j.ul lu re. 1 licy (rave their names
a Janu s OTlmiueil. l'rat:k Wriiiht. Kd
Marlon- ;md l-atik Kddisou and aires
Irom 1 M to venrs.
Miut Houa I mil After KlerUon.
l'I K!iI., Col 1., Aug. II. The trn-at
Hcs.-ia.T .wl cl wi rks at his plac-havo
shut dow n i(m,i!ct -ly and it is said will
not reuji- oj) rations ill any depart::! it
until nlt r rlie presiilenti il eleeiion. The
siiut down tlinms alxi.it l.Ml meu o'.i! of
mpl 'yiiieat Iwro an.l from ii'K to !! ac
the coiotan 's irou iiiint; at other po.uts
iu III. slate.
Killed in a ftallotin Kare.
Qi lM v. 111.. Au. IT. H. Krank Ja-
rolis, an in nmaiit wilh Andrews iV Slir-
w.-ss' fir-u. wa killed here ycsterd iv in
the 1 reseni e of l.ii wir- and yoiitur child,
lie was having a lialloon nice at H ildwiti
park with l rifcsi.r I'lullcy. and hi-K-il-looii
hurst wlicn all-nit J fiH-t fr..mth-
round. His iMr.n liute failed to 01. en a' d
he fell to tic- uroiind, lir-nkiRC almost
vvcrv I mm: iu his lsh
I Ire losta ICih Uford isloil.lilKI.
Kim Kt'ii:i. Mis.. An. II. Tire putted
the V.slrutI block on Svvunth .-trivt
early yesterday, c.nis'uiir a loss uf out
(.01.0,0 U tioMiuan, uho c.itutiieted a
dep irtiucnt store v.'us the nille::al loser
-.V.lnu; Insii-iiee. i;;"i,li; loss 011 Imild
itiir. o.ui. tiiit'.y Instin-fl. Half a
docn otlu-r anial!-r tirais who ulso 1 's.-rs,
aiid tnanv poor (amilics living in th.' s.v
olid story lost everything thev had. cs-ap.
Iiiut Willi their live, in ili.ir tii-lit clotlios.
I ire tn I lie t itrr-itjr or Illinois.
t'llf.M.N. Aiuf. IT. The chunicil
lals.ratorr build. 1:4 at ilv l'n; vrity of
Illinois wa nlue -t destroyed by (Ire yes
terday, the r.-siilt of a stroke of iihtnit:jr.
1 lie four Walls remain :audin. and the
hiM-tuent und rear part of th.- lirst and
i-.n:d l1oorara I'lMet, but t'n-ir ii.Tilenls
arelaia.ikx-i Ivitllr. The iLwim, to tho
huililuii is .-i.'i and to tho coateuts
Mr;teit lifttaa l.nnlilio; Tlireshrr.
rnrlLIh. I.,. Aug IV -Walter Lyn-p-.
wiiile i-leiniiv aroimil a thi-sliin
liuuhiiie at Myron, a village n few mile
north of I'omviIV. stcji;sl foet foremost
Into the t-y1:tM. r. lie liveil two hour
after III' thr.-shcr had Ixvn taken apart
aJ hi torn Usly rvtuuri-d..
riMbrd llralh tn a Wreck.
Mn.w.w KtK. A. is. IT. A ITiicairo and
Northwest ra lie ht train wa wrecked
on th.' lake iron ycsiir.hiy, and J we oh
Turnt-y wn r.ish-.'i to death under a car
I-wul of lors. 1 h-uu is Holland, of Willow
! Sunns. his . was iujureX
It is said that tlie first English duke
was Edward the Bhu-k Friuee, who, 1 y
hi father, Kdward III. was created
loke cf C,",,,",'l ts.tt
Villi nd HnniiV Srttnrll tn
" FP"W ,uu 8lTe ,weer- reiresa-
HAS A LITTLE BILL.
Spain Preparing to Present One
to the United States.
OUE OWN LAWS NOT ENFORCED.
bo Say Calderon Carli&lc, the Attorney of
the Madrid Government Our Claims
It lore the Geneva Tribunal Blade the
Raai or a Claim for Damage Through
the Operation or the Cuban Junta in
This Country The Argument.
VAsniXGTO-. Aug. IT. The Spanish
government is preparing a big bill of
damages to be presented to the United
rotates on account of the numerous ex-Is-ditious
alleged to have pone from our
shores to the relief of the Cuban insur
gents. In support of itsclaiiu to reparation
it intends to invoke the precedent estab
lished npainst Great Britain in the cele
brated Alabama claims award madoby
the Geneva arbitration tribunal.' There
have been rejMirts heretofore that Spain
at the proier time would present a series
of claims on account of the use the insur
pents had made of the I'nited State as a
liase of supplies for hostile operations in
Cufca. Thcsd were nothing more thiin
rumors until Saturday, when the povern
lnent ollh-ers ns-eivil copies of a report of
the SHinish legation made by it legal ad
viser, Calderon Carlisle.
Uriiiic I u the --iirva Award.
The report is handsomely printed in
pamphlet form, and with its five npjicu
liccs makes a Ismk of over SHI pages. The
Wils.rif case, recently decided by tho
I'nit.sl States supreme court, is cited and
.vf erred to as the one so'itary conviction
obuiinisl by the I'nited States since the
bciciiininp of the present CulKin it.surrec
tioii. The attorney says it is thought
roH-r to show from the case of the Gene
va award aain-t tlreat Britain what
the I'nileii States cxiiccted of a neutral
nation, anil also to ni all the attitude of
miu towards the I Intel States during
Ivil war. I ho principles indicated
and enforced bv the Genera tribunal
against tirest Ilritain as those which
should have governed her conduct would
sivm. the rcMrt says, to Iw clearly applic
able to the duties and obligations of tho
Cnititl Slates tuua.d Spain iu ihureccus
Hiir Law Not Kltieieiitly Knforreil.
Ill reviewing the Geneva award the re
port says that it was clear that the I'nited
States made its complaint mainly upon
the lifting out and shipningfmnt England
of vessels and supplies. In concluding tho
lirst section of Uiiiiuport Carlisle says tho
powers invested in the president of the
I'nited States have not been effectively
ii-c.l for preventing the carrying on of
military expeditions forbidden by the
Matutcs. The I'nited States, he says, con
tended nt Geneva that no nation can, un
dercover of the deficiencies cf its own
laws, disregard its duties towards another
power. Whatever pretext nt:d attempts
may be made to enrry on these expeditious
as iK-neefill and lawful voyages the facts
remain, says the at torney," t hat from the
beginning of the insurrection the base of
Mipplicw for war material has been in tho
I'nited States. -Xr.-atis
or Neutrality Violated.
This Imiin h of Carlisle's report con
cludes as follows: '-To tolerate this state
of affairs and these acts is a violation of
the treaties of neutrality under the law of
nations as they bare lui n proclaimed to
the rest of the world by the I'nited States.
Tojirereni and punish these acts, which
are 111 violation of the statute laws of this
countir, it is believed that the federal gov
ernment has nil the nttriluites of sov
ereignty with rcspi-ct to the subject under
discission, ami has for their exercise the
appropriate agencies which am reeoanized
aiooiiK civilixcd nations. Xor is it icr
ceived what distinction or difference in
principle can excuse the exercise of tho
diligence commensurate with the existing
emersrency which in the sight of the
world they required and enforced against
Great lli ilain at Cieneva."
MI ST i nilVICXT VIOLATIONS F LAW.
President' rriM-laiuatifins Knlly lterognize
the Principle Stated.
In co:n lud:ng a review of the p-oc!ania-tions
of various presidents of the Unite!
States, the attorney says thut while it
could not b.i insisted that one nation is
Ix.und to take notice of the existence of
an Insurrection in another country as it is
hound to recognize n state of public war,
it is nevertheless bound to take notice of
such a condition to the extent of giroig a
warning to the citizens and inhabitants
In the discharge of obligations which oue
friendly nation owes another, and as a
mc.-iMirc of precnut ion must prevent the
violation of these obligations, lie declares
that the proclamations cited iu the ap-H-ndices
fully illustrate the recognition
of this principle by the l'nitsl States, and
Is esisi-ially accentuated by the proclama
tion of President Cleveland. June 1-J, 115.
He conclude this portion of his report
by saying: "1 he laws themselves of ihe
administration made by the municipal
authorities of the I'tiite.l States cannot
mcasur.) or limit the international re
sponsibility of tho I'nited States." Tho
officials to whom copies of this pamphlet
were presented did not care to discuss tho
matter f ir publication, but all privately
expressed tho opinion that the only ob
ject of its preparation Was the basis of a
claim to be presented against tho United
r-tatos by Spain on account of filibuster
tlTTLB fi-IZLS A lrKtTLU TVG.
Extra Vigilance Adopted with Regard to
Jacksonville, Fu., Aug. IT. The tug
Three Iriends left nrt early Saturday
muriiirjr with a schiMmcr in tow. The
tug was coaled and provisioned for a long
trip and had nKvard eight large surf-b-Kit.
Going down the river the tug was
j seized by the revenue cutter Bout well and
i Captain Broward, the mister, one of tho
owners, was brought back to the city.
1 he tug is held pending instructions from
Washington, though not a gun or a
pound of ammunition was found aboard.
The extra vigilance exercised on the part
of the administration in watching the
alleged Clibiisterers is said to be due to a
desire to hold the United States free from
ar cbarae of a Misting Cabas insnrmai.
thus Invalidating any claims that may
be made by the Spaniards.
Commodore too Fast for the Cutter.
Charleston, S. C, Aug. IT. An alleged
filibustering steamer, tho Commodore, has
been lying off East Battery here for
months. At no m Saturday it steamed
out .of the harbor followed by the revenue
cutter Colfax. The Commodore loaded
ninety bundles of r,flcs und 801 cases of
ammunition. Owing to the close watch
kept by the Colfax no men were able to
embark. The departure of the Commo
dore is believed t J be the result of a con
ference held between its oflieers and Paul
Hojo, agent of the Cuban Junto. When
last seen the Commodore was rapidly
gaining on the Colfax.
A Couutcr-C laliu fur I'nole Sain.
Key West, Fla., Aug. IT. -J. M. Covin,
of this city, is in receipt of a letter an
nouncing the death of his brother Carlos
near Jarueo, Cula. Carlos left here about
a month ago on the Three Friends cxje
dition as a reporter for a local newspaper.
Shortly after his arrival in Cuba he was
Captured with several others and when he
inform.il his captors that he was an
American citizen, according to tho letter,
they immediately ordered that ho be exe
cuted with a machete.
CLOSE OF THE WHEEL MEET.
End with a Race That Wa
from Start to Finish.
Locisville. Aug. IT. In the final of the
niile ojieu at tho L. A. W. race meet here
Allen was given the pole. In the first lap
Kennedy went up. The second time
around Bald was at the front. In the
third lap Kennedy got to the front again,
but Coburn played a good game and staid
nt Kennedy's rear tint ii ho saw Bald and
Allen at his side. He had tho advantage
of the pole and when he jumped he started
a sprint that landed him n winner bv a
length. Allen and H.ild were very close
for second, the judp-s finally giving it to
Allen, while Gardner was fourth. Time,
2:l'.i2-3. Gardner won the half-mile na
tional championship bra length; Butler
second by 0 inches. Bald third.
Tho live-mile national championship
was a scrap from beginning to end, the
riders jockeying and in s-ime cases inter
fering with each other. Cooper and Calla
han linishcd in the lirst divi-ion, but were
disqualified by the judges, who gave the
race to Becker, of Minneapolis, with E. S.
Acker, of Philadelphia, sjcond. The time
was 2-5. This was tho List race of
The two-mile handicap was won by
Sanger and this win- was the event of tho
day, and Sanger's onlv victorv. At the
close his friends took him n their shoul
ders and carried him, oil the track. The
time was not phenomenal.
TWO WC M E Nvk?(( WISO F FIRE.
Result or the Habit or Clcnning Furniture
CHICAno, Aug. 17. In a fire at 8W West
Monroe street. Mrs. Amies Hay was badly
burned and uiisl at the county hospital
later. Mrs. Annie l'lynn, who tried to
save the other woman's life, will probaly
die. Mrs. Hay was engaged iu cleaning
furniture with gasoline. The room was
dark and she lighted a candle, which nt
once caused an explosion. Mrs. Hay's
clothing caught lire and siie screamed for
Mrs. Flynn. who was in an adjoining
room, ran to Mrs. Hay's assistance, and in
her attempt to extinguish the blaze her
hands and body were bully burned. Not
until atcr other help had arrived did Mrs.
Flynn notice the extent of her injuries.
Her hands were almost burned to a crisp,
and she also suffered severe burns about
various parts of the body. Mrs. Hay was
.VI years old and kept a hoarding house.
Mrs. Flynn lin-d with her.
OODEfi WINS A- RICH STAKE.
Captures the Futurity with a Roll At
tached nf ssl !.-!)'.
Xew York. Aug. 17. The Futurity was
won by Marcus Daly's br. c. Ogden, by
Kilwarlin out of Oriole; Ornament, sec
ond; Iliidennond, thin!: time, :.-lo. Tho
race whs run as folio-.vs. After a delay nt
the post of twenty minutes Ornament "got
off in the lend with lihodcsia rceonil and
Bastion third. At the quarter lihodcsia
was lirst by a neck. Scottish Chieftain sec
ond by a mvk, Bastion third. At the half
lihodcsia was lirst by half a length. Bas
tion second, Scottish Chieftain third.
F.ntcring the stretch Rhodesia was first,
Scottish Chieftain second. Ornament
third, Challenger fourth. Ogden fifth, and
at the finish it was Ogden first (easy) by
one letiirth. Ornament second by" ono
length, Ii dcrmoiid third. The stake was
worth Mii.T'.M. of which alwmt fcll.J.io went
to the winner, ti.i.i.5 to Ornament and
tl,S33 to lii'dcnuond.
Fast Horse at Ultii,.., stiUe Kair.
Sr-Kistifliau. Aug. IT. The state board
of agriculture has contractel with the
owners of Hubert J., record 2:0t, and
Frank Agan, re ord 2:01, to race for spe
cial purses against their records and the
world's record duriug the Illiuols state
You ought to know that when suf
fering from any kidnev trouble that
a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney
Cure. Guaranteed or money re
funded. Sold by M F. Bahnsen.
A cream 01 tartar baking piiadj Highest
of all in leavening streturth LattM. United
ouea uooernmeru ood Report.
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Old age can be attained by the proper use of In
vigorating tcnlcs. The Rock Island Brewing Co's
products are all the results of scientific labor and
the most Improved apparatus, preserving in the
highest degree the health giving qualities of the
BOTTLED GOODS A SPECIALTY.
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All Broken Lots
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