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THE AltGUa PKIDA W NOVEMBER 24, 189
SOLE STILL RULES.
No Change in the Situation at
ULI KCZAR8 II SESIEXLCSSSr,
' I I I I 1 S Si '
mmm Um mtWiMl CmUnm
UVEO ON MORSC MEAT.
MAM Faaxctaca, Nov. aU Taa ateaaser
arrived (rasa HeaoJaJa. bat
at eaacial ii
M attest to
laUaokalaaL Tfca asala rton la
ttaaatiUealaitaaUoa aiae tfcaAaatraUa
aslan aaa area af lirrm J atralaaad
taalaas avBWaatoa. Slaca ais
I caJI la aeeseat ale credealiale Mia
Mar Willie kaa no evamaaaieatea 06V
Jail with taa pmiaMl. Tha am
aesaiacaat fcanpealnf which kaa takea
flam accaired whaa committee af the
Aaaerlraa trajrne, tha lately ergaaJaatl
aaaUiarr of tee Aaneiatioa elan, called
aaj the aew aiiH!pr. After erelcomina;
Mr. Willis, tb committer sutcd that tba
attabm af la league earnestly desired
taat lb llawaiiaa Island should herom
art at taa United Plate tad with taat
ehjrct ia view, tba antanisatiou woald
Bappurt ik present nruvWIotial ,uvrru
Mat at Hawaii, and la all honorable
wax aid ta ecrnraplishiag annexation.
Taa aldfra also contained aa of
ar at aid, it, at any tin tha
aalatstersaw fit la command them.
MMr at MM steals.
Minister Willis' aeawer baa act yet
I hid ant here, a tba coainaittee ia
aladgeil ta secrerv, but tba Associated
PtKt fc enabled, after dlligeat inquire
aad careful comparison of tha version
af tba atlafeiteiV remarte as remembered
b three members of the rommittee, to
(lee the following nearly, if not quits ver
batim report of the replvi After vrrl
eaeaiea' the committee aad speaking ia
nlmaai t terms of his visit ta Hawaii, Mia
later Willis snid:
"I am aa ardent Atucrican. I would
like la ere the stars and strip vtaviag,
aetealr oevr Hawaii, lint over all the
leads af the laciac acean rr any ather
territory which would be beeencial to tba
L ait ad Hist as. I have my i Detractions
whieh I caaaot divnlge. Yea will
naaicilaait thia. Hat this much 1 caa any.
that the policy of the lalted dtates ta al
ready formulated regarding these islands;
that Both tag which caa he said or done,
either here or there, caa avail anythiag
Bow. 1 do aot ao ate here aa did Mr.
B learnt, I come here as aa executive offi
cer. 1 some here ta act. Whea tha prop
er tiase arrives I shall ar-t. 1 am sorrow I
eaawet srll yea whea er how. 1 wish yaw
to aad rat sad, however, that knowing tha
alley at tha Coiled States, I could aot
have accepted tha position uf executive
eAVeer had It beea ia roaflict with tba
fttoeialea 1 hold. Asaerican here wUI
have aothlag to regret. While perform
ing my duties ia carrying oat the Uaitsd
Htatss' policy I shall bar ao need of aid
from yea or ether resident American.
However. I wish to state positively that
ay oataide iaterfereace will not be tol
erated by the United mates,"
Protectorate To Be Established.
Tha provisional gwernnient consider
Minister Willis' remarks as significant,
and from othrr Information obtained it
ia the eavral belief among Americans
that a United Mates protectorate will be
shortly establinbrd over the provisional
government with the understand ing tbat
a staple form of government be organised
thereunder within a limited period. Min
ister Willis delsy ia set ion. coupled with
his refusal to divuU'e or even bint at off!
cially. what the policy of the 1'nited States
ta ta he has censed the political strain
ta become vrry great on lioth aides. As a
oa sequence rumors are thick. The gov
ernment has also ia consequence
been on the lookout fur the past
few days for the threntesed attempts of
the royalists to seise the executive build
tag under the theory tbat if they could
hold it Bow the I'aiied Main would sup
port them as the existing government,
(lease of the leading royalists deny that
aay such attempted has been contem
plated, though others remain s'lent wbra
ejnestmaed. la cooarqneuce of the
at rei Bed condition of affairs aa extra guard
af anarpshooter was stationed ia the ex
ecutive building nnd will be continued
there With the regular troops. As a fur
ther precaution tba government issued
thirty rounds of extra am munition to each
member of the Citttens' Kewrve guard,
the tfaoea noractaed Then.
rrestdeat Hula paid a visit to the
t ailed Mates steamer 1'biladelnhia and
was received with the Bat ioral salute of
tweaty-one gun. The esqueea soiue
what aaexpectedly called upon Minister
Willie at the Waited Males Irgalioo, Ha
Was across pasted I y her former chamber
lata. Mhe remained at the legation about
twenty minute. Minister Willi has not
yet retained the call. The ex-queen's
actio) r rented much aafavorable com
meat. It eurprised the royalists aa wall
as the anaexatioaists.
Taa Associated lr eorreaoondanis
had aa laterview with Minister Willis.
He declared that the first part of the
reply he made to the Americaa league
seexaM he analined to raaa: "lie would
like to see the stars aad stripes waving
over. etc. under "proper conditions.
He declare he never said the result here
weald be each a Americans would aot
regret, nnd added I list "nothing would be
lone nor would nny a two lm taken un
til he again beard Irorn Wanliinifton." His
last words Iw toe Associated !ress
poetrr were that any trouble precipitated
a either ante aoiild be rtopiieil at out.-
by the 1'nited State forre.
Vix KX.NfA lint., Nov. 24. A fr.glitful
traia wreck ocrurrtd io Ilia Kvansvillo
aad Terre Haute railway at this place,
r'reight train No. a. in the ynrds and
Conductor liaihrey sent a flagman hack to
flag pasacagrr tram No. tV for sotue rea
son the Sitginaa gnt. into the caboose and
let the psrac tram run into the freight,
dcomlishiug tbe cr " ini doing great dam
age. The flngmnn was arrMiusly hurt nnd
il dir. 1 be enginr, caowose, baggage
car. Mil car and wail we're burned.
Train were delayed sevsral honrs before
the trark was cleared.
fcadaettaa ha Wages at Mssasstoad.
ilasjasTKl'n. IV, Nov. '.'4 Notice have
beea poslrd at ttie Mrei works of a reduc
SMM of wages of laborers, to take effect at
awaa. Tba nsea nave had 14 era is au
ear far a tea-honr day. Hrmtlter tha
pay will be U cents an uour el.4 for a
a q Paetjr of
TaOOMa, Waaa Nov. M. Hsory Somer
inaaf Lady Henry Eamiwat. Eng.
laaaTs noted apostle of temperance, aad
hka party, baiag lost, existed two week
oa bora raeat while hantiag Mggaaaata
tka Rocky mountain's aortk of tba Ca
radiaa Uae, ia aa unexplored a arista of
taa Northwest territory, aad kaa wtaiata
to Taglawd to write up km adraatmas la
ran. Robert Ramsey, a wrmsr raa
at this city, waa with BnmBrsn
the trip, aad wlU joiahtmia
a. He aaysi
"WaaaOared great hardahJaa whUa Uv-
lac aa bsriflnh. After baiag drieea
to atarvlag poiat wa killed oaa
at our horsea aad roasted tba
moat before tba are. It didn't
taat a bad under the circamataaeea. Dar
ing the twelve days we had hemtflmh
straight aad aotblng la we covered a
eoupls of kaadrad milra. By tkat lima
tka harssmiat waa all goaa and wa bad to
decide upon killing a dog. Wa didn't
dare kill aaotker bona, aa wa aaeded
them. Wa were about to kill tha dog
whea wa discovered one of tba Uudsoa
Bay posts. Fort McLrod, and our bard
The party consisted of Somerset. Arthur
Haogerford Pollen of Ksses Court, Tem
ple, Iondoo; Captain Koand of tbe Had
son Bay company, Robert Ramsey, and
Dr. Dudley of Chicago, in addition to five
Man lag la m tires City.
Chicago. Nov 24. Samuel gi-nakley
of Ad 4, U., cama to Chicago Sept. 1 to sell
a "History of Ohio." The books didnt
sell well nnd Stbshley barely made a liv
tag daring the World's fair period. Sicca
tbe close of the fair he has been unable to
sell a single volume. Ha was found lying
ia tbe alley near tba Grand Opera bouse
nearly starved. He aaid he bad had Both
ng to eat for nine days with tbe exception
of a few spoiled apples which be had pick
ed up oa South Water street. He was
taken to tha county hospital, where it was
aaid that he might not recover. He has a
wife and two children living at Ada, O.
MARKETS BY TtXEGRAPH.
Kew Toek n aerial,
- Xiw Toax, Nov. a
Money oa call saay. OOered at per
. mass aeacoaatue paper s per
-assarting exchaag arm with actual
ia soakers' nun bm4K tor
aad mtfiat for sixty days:
e. Commeroal bills
Theaeaadsof Idle Hatters.
Orange. N, J Nov. 24. Never ia tha
history of this city kas there beea so many
persona unem ployed. There are S.OOU idle
persons among the hatters alone, as hard
ly aay work ia bring done at present in
tha factories. The board of trade at a
muting appointed a committee of flea to
enroll the names of tba unemployed gad
ta secure work for as many as possible oa
Mayor tfaulaia'e kaaaaala.
Chicago, Nor. 24. Judge Breataao will
try Patrick Eugene Joseph Prendergast
for taa murder of Mayor Harrison, Tba
Biatter baa been decided and the caee will
be pat oa Moaday'a call for Judge Brea
toad's court. The state ia randy to opsa
tka trial. Mr. Wade, oaa of Piwadergaat'a
attorneys, visited tba aaaassia, but had
nothing to aay about tba case.
Married at tka Ago of aa.
LlSCOLX. Neb., Nov. 94. Simoa Peter
Koundtree aad Mrs. Amanda Rom ware
Bsarried here. Tha groom is 99 yraia old.
bat appareatly bale aad hearty. He holds
aa honorable discharge from the Army of
tha Tennessee, dated, ia 1!S. In that dis
charge his ago b given as 71. Mrs. Rosa,
tba woman who joined ber fortune to bis,
is 4S years old.
Capleslaa of a Thraaklug Eaglao.
Jfclt:vriIX, I1K. Nov. 24. An explo
sion occurred on the farm of J. W. Davis,
at of this city, in which one man was
instantly killed and another injured. Tbe
engine was blown to fragments. The
thrashing outfit was from liodrey, where
tbe man killed. Ldward fechollenberger,
lived. His body wa blown over seventy
five feet and into a sbapelew form.
Lynchers Foaad tiailty at stoanoka.
Koanokk. Vs., Nov. 24 Three of tbe
persona under indictment for partici
pating in the riot of Sept. 3ti have - been
found guilty in the hustings court. Jame
U. Kii'bardsou was sentenced to thirty
days in Jail and a line of (1UU. T. E. Ken
nedy aad V. W. Fuqua were sentenced to
one day's imprisonment and $1 fine.
Mangod lee tHmMe Mara sr.
MoNlooUtuv, Ala., Nov. 24. A special
to The Advertiser from Oxark, says:
Mitchell Woolen, couvicted of tbe brutal
runnier of aa old couple, Mr. and Mrs.
McSwain, was hanged. On tba gallows
ha protested bis innocence, but a few days
before be voluntarily confessed having
committed tbe crime.
iillnf (vetinnalea. 7 no sales: har all-
ver.Crfe Mesirea ouUara. I.
boaaa, regautr. m oo s
US; doXXMH: Psctttcrs ot "Si .
Kew York Oraia) aad readme.
' 9aw Toaa, Kee. at.
Wheat-Jsaasry. " J-eJc: May. 7H
iiamimr. esosj ,-iac. rtye uaii:
BSBi! foe boat htads. Oara Jaar
oary. ?ri?sc; jaay.-eesai'y: uereaaner,
et u laatsn. Uats-Track stats whit. aS
mssn aa westera. :Vi-: December. Sttsc.
Pork-Weady: new mess, SIVarMUn: family.
$lTjaMiUii: short rter, 9lAUoJ.tU. Lard
Meady: prinw VM stnuu. SAW noaiiaaL
Cliieago tirata aad fission a.
Ciiicaoo. Nov. a.
rdlowiae war the qaotatious on tbe
Board of Trade today: Wbeat-Noveiaber.
aliased feUer. rkiasd V Urrembrr. opened
ltsR, ekiard May. opened H rliaed
sTTsr. Dora oveinia-r. oiened ac riima
avir: lhsreaabrr. opened r, rlwwd ftiHic;
May. opened sr. rkMed Wsr. itats-No-vembrr.
opnned SVsr. rkMeil 3TSc; Uecemlier;
opened c. rloaed itia May. opened V,
closed i?ac. I'ork Xovember. opened 9- ,
rfcavd t Jannary. opened tUiK t-Juani
9IS;ts. Lard -January, opened ckmxl
Prod we: Ratter- Kanry separator, w4d-Lc
per lb; fancy dsiry. xi.jco; packine stoi k.
lilWV. Kinf - 1 1 mil. S3c per doc cold
lorsas, lTVvjil-. Live loaltr) ---Chk-kens,
stvc pn turkryn, HVyA- diirkN '-.
geeae. i:'MV per due. I'otatnes-Hur-
banks. Sdibasr per bu; llebrons, 51jt.Vk:: Kiw,
ta&9n. rweet t'otators- IUiunis, SiMxi2.h
per bid. Apjtlen-9l.ria3.jil per bbl. CTaa
berrius Witnwn bell aad Oerry. yiTfr&t.a"
Chieaco Live stark.
Lie Sttxk: The prices at the tana
Mock Yarks today ranged as fUin:
Cattle Lstlma'ed rereitita fur the day. 1,I.
including about 3.1MI texanssnd 2.WU s-eitl-rrna;
natire Meer steady: otlir tuw,
V lower than last week: Texass wewterus
and nia-s stork nta-a.lv: piime, ." aj.T'i; tpnnl
ta choice. HM& ii; medium. J;t'i4 Hi;
tommonto f air.VLUUtl tft; Texana, Jil.( S.l'i;
wrMiinia, 9aawi: -, Jl.tl'-i'l-li'; m Iii-i
ba l feeders, tiJTWaa 40
Ungs Eetiu-atei receipt for Ibe day
CiWU; of-rned ViM-V iiiglaer; rough and ciim
aoon, fAinVtAlfc pat-king and rhipplni;. S.ou
tiii.ts; butehers and mrdlumn. hgtit,
Sheep Brfimstrd reueipts for the dav
ll.iMt: dull and weak; too sheep. t.UUjX5u;
top agents, t.k4 au.
A RELIABLE AMD OMX Of THE
BEST K OWN SPECIALISTS
IN THE UNITED 8TATES-
W seal-Ms .
Bav Thnetty. 910: nplaad. ttf)!lv: skoan.
Bauer to choice, xc: crsasisr. V-
riselwy Catckeaa. iaed, c ; tar', eys. ereti
eL Uk-filU; : eaca , dreioed. tuc ; get r, 10c.
Apples f4 SattftM per hb
Tsrsips b K ser ba.
sync; cows sad
Coal Soft. 11c: hare. 9a.au.
Wond-Maoea .: tard, $5 :!i
Fresh Air Exercise
tloha C New'a ttaegkler Married.
Inpiasapolis, Nov. 24. The marriage
t Miss Elizabeth Marie, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John C New. to William
Kiley MrKeen, Jr., of Terre Haute, eon of
President Mi-Keen of tbe Vaudalia, took
place here. The ceremony waa perforated
by Kev. Joseph Mil burn at the Second
lUlLAtikU-ii'A, Nov. 24. The antici
pated test uf streuglh between tba Pow
derly and anti-Puwderly factiooa iu taa
general assembly of the Knighta of Labor
materialised at the afternoon at ion, and,
aa was expected, Mr. Powderly cama oat
oa top, being re-elected general master
workman by 36 to 91.
Blank siahhar Held.
MlNNKAIidJs, Nov. ZA.Ijou Ployd, the
alleged accomplice of Phil Scheig, who
stole H'.oU) from tbe liauk of Minneapo
lis, was returned to Ibis place and ar
raigned in tbe police court. He waa
charged directly with tbe theft, and Waa
held witnuut bail to await tbe action of
tbe grand Jury.
Arrested lr lafaattcida.
Ua.nM1.lk. Ills, Nor. 4 Miss Kate
Peters was arrested ather home ia this
city for tbe murder of ber bribe. Tka body
waa fornd in a van It and bore mark of
having been strangled. Miss Peters waa
held in bonds and placed iu jail oa the
charge ot murder.
kleereaae ta Kot Earnings.
PHlLAbEU-Hl. Nov. 84. The earnings of
the Pennsylvania railroad for tba moath
of October show a net decrease of 9235,
Bs for all lines east of Pittabarg aad
Erie. For tba lines west of Pittsburg tba
earnings fell off allowing a decrease of
British AaaiahUta kettse gup ejaiok
LoKDOR, Nov. 24. A kigk official of
Scotland Yard aay tkat tka British detae
Uvaa kaow tba whsraabaau af every aato
rmoa anarchist ia tba souatry, aad tkat
tka dragnet hi ready to mad this lata
custody at very abort assise if a dy nam its
Mtraga should occur.
Get all that's
both, if in
need of flesh
st re r. g t !i
force. There's need, too, of plenty
of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh
and strength quicker than any
other preparation known to sci
ence. Scott's Emulsion is onstanth rj
Jffting Curt cf Cousutnptivtt
Bronchitis and kindred diseases
vhsre othrr methods 1-ml.
PfIH'.l hr cet 3 Baot-. 3S. Y. A I! drucri.
Rooms Crowded. Everybody
Satisfied, . and Many
DR. 0. D. EEA,
Surge on and Specialist
Who l.sa rrratrd mrh a a -na'lon in and aroaac
ttucaen or ciini g dlwsr that almost b,tB
ttie vsx iral rratorni-y ot thr c Ul.lry. and by tH
rrqnr of mny f nnd and anrit, he has U
Clara to visit
At the Harper House,
FRIDAY. NOV. 24th.
Returning every month during the
year, to remain a day.
Dr. Era has beea c nneetrd with too Urreat
hospital in the country, and has no superior ia
diagnosing srd trestine risen ses and deforasa
Uee He will give SU tat any caae he cannot tell
tne ataeasr, and wsrre Ircaiei in nve minute.
Be will return to Rock Island every ssoata to re
mala one dav.
Treats all enrable saedical anil snrgical dis
eases, scute and chronic catarrh, isessre ot the
eye. ear st-a nose, th oat ui laegs, ajaaepaia,
Brigbfa disraae. diesete. kidneys, liver, btaa
der. chronic 1 ramie aad sexual disease. Elhee-
sy or bm curso i a ponnve gaaraniaei
Vssag SMsd at4Mle-Ael Mew
aaCermg from spermatorrhoea and in potency aa
the r salt ot seu-sbuse in fouls or esceee la saa-
tnre years, and otnrr cansro. )iroduclsjr mat of
lae louowuig eaecis. ss emissioa, BKKcaea, oe
hUity, netvoajinars dizr.ineiw, contnidn of ideas,
aversion of sorletr. Orfrctire memory and aexasJ
exhaastioa. watch Bust the vlciiass for haslaees
or niarriace. are pei mssvntly cured by lemediea
Btlaoa aad nka
ffyphillis and complicstians, as sore throat,
fsliioa of the hsir, pain in the bones, etc., are
perfe-tl eradicated witt-ont naing mercury or
other iniurtnua crocs tionorrboes. gleet, strlc
lurea and all urinary and kidney troubles apeedi
I cured by treatment ttst has never failed. He
undertake no ll.curable csees. but cares thons
snd riven up to die. Remember Ibe dale snd
come earlr. a his loome are always crowded
wserever ne si op.
0rrespondence snlirl'edand rontdentlsl.
ndaiexDr. V. D. KBA. Set Paul ins Street
American Catarrii Gore.
Cigar 8 tors aad Billiard Parlor.
Always ea band the asset brands of doBMettc
d imported clcsrs. All brands jf tobacco.
The score of all the ball game wPI be received
L. QLOCSIIOFF. Prop
IMS 8eeoad Avenue.
Tbe Americas Catarrh Cure ia tbe result or at
yesrr study sod treatment of tbe difease. On
bottle convince the meet skeptical. It la always
rrariy fnr use, needing neither doacher nor stom-
isrr. it rrsi'iree the nearme. cures toe bawking
caagb aid expsctorat lag, remove the headache
and nose bleeding, increases tbe appet te.
dnces oead sleep. Im I ears tea the whole system
and increa-e ine vita'iiy. frpared mly bv w
M. Jooea, at. a.. No -j Vorti Kleventn street.
rnjiaoeipaia, or maueo any wnere lor at
For rale by all drng?lt. HartaA nshnsec,
vboiessls scent. Hi snd SJa Nineteenth street,
R ck island.
and how to attain it.
At last a SMdical work that tells the casus.
sascrlbM the eaea, potatstke remedy. This
ta ackeaUtoaily tha asaat vslaable, artWtieally
psaiad for yearn; at aaaaaaeaiy pags hearlag
a hibMsaa maatratiea ia tiats. aoaat of the
anbJicaiUeatedare asrvaaa PshllHy, 1
waMOT. tterUug. Paviiajimaal, Tarlsnsli.
Tka aebnaa, Thaasliatiaaiag Manlsga.ata.
tkaylahi flat, ska sat iim it, aad the aaw
aaantad Ms, aa weaU ahnMfarasat Sauhjs
sTaaxel kVIamsl stataTaWavwaamsmmn ptsttwal WtMal aaSaf aaaaal
saliraiil totmtt Vsawsx m. t.
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delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and
be ordered direct from the head offices o- v
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Our Purpose In Advertising
is to let everybodj wbo buys clothing that's all Mat
kind here about know that, our fall suitings ate in, aa:
that tbe finest ever displayed in the city. You are i.
pectfully Invited to call and see the latest in patera
and styles, in fall and winter wear.
J. B. ZTTtTTtTER,
CaLi and leave your order
"ftB Bumie OwpoeTTa! RaKpkb Hotjbs.
J. X. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
releooone 1098. 231 Twentieth street!
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
H0RST VON K0ECKRITZ,
Analytic and Discsnsioff Fbarmacist
la cow located ia bis aew building at the corner ot Fit'-b arm
and Tarenty.thlrd street.
C. J. W. GCHREirJER.
Contractor and Builder,
11x1 11S Feartk aTesac Sesldsace lilt rosrth
aae saeciacaWons famtsaea on all rlaam at ewrfc; also arent for Wr
V'-'IS- altnlla anaiaisln. mmm ...luk mA A.mhV
Carpenter and Builder
OFFICE. NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE.
Shop on Vine Street. ; POCK ISLAND. Hfl
llaanfaetarer of all arada of
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sas FkM Bases s Epecisltr. Bcvairin done ncatlr sa promi't;?.
r k. nPTOiiuf lauoaa. . m
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