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WE AIIQUS. THUllSDA V. NOVEMHEU 23, 1803.
PAYING A GRUDGE. Gome Trainmen Who Have a Scot to Settle. IS HITS POX TEE LEIGH LOAD. BVTTALO, Nev. A A easels! trala waa leal of the WUliaai street yard for lawa free tha Calcat. BarllnTta aad Qaiacy read was at the tafotUs,aad forty' alghs' aasjlaaatn occaplBd tha asata of the oaaehea. Tral assart er Vaa All aad Trnvaliac Eaglnaar V ooaer wara oa haad a atari them oa tbe journey. Toe trala palled oat of the yard quietly, sad a per am ae acquaialed with the eltnation have otaarved aetblag aaosaal I ita paaaaaftara. It is also stated that ty sava saea who waat eat oa rrg- aJar traia earlier ia the day wera all ax aarliariJ eat-later. Teas it will ba area that IS eagiaeers ears pn nu. Inai a Cm at irttlsg Ktm. It la atatad, aad hum of Ihi new mra aoaflrm tha story, that the txodas from h C, B. aad Q. haa beaa la the Datura af crowds rather thaa Individuals, la snaay taateacoe coadoctora, igiaeera,firc BH aad tbrra brakemen, making op a tegular freight crew oa the big weatcra raarl, started for Buffalo ia a parly and aaado application to be pu. to work oa a trala oa the fobigh. One of the aaw mea Beads tba following statement to a reporter batata tha trala pulled out: "Mwt of n anaca wboweatoat oaths (Treat C, K aad Q. strike. Mea from the eaatera rood, wbaclaioted to be brotberboud tora and seeae of them from the Lehigh, caaio west aad took oar places. Ilgfcty tila tmi9t Straw Work. "The rompany gave them the preference ear such such of ua a. tbey took back. Wkea the atrike waa finally art tied tha ' sava were alrea all the regular runt I Wa bad to go oa tba rounds, flrat ia. I oat. ike company bad about twice y aaca as tbey could nee wbea rereeood. Tbiaca hare been varv dmll tats fall, aad we were lucky if we g-x la a week's work a muata. Sfany of a did aot get ia four dart a aMwtk; wa aaald aot auks a living. Just as aaoa aa I heard of tba strike 1 started for Buf aake. Igaeastbatia the asms atory that all af ear C. a 4. boys would tail you." DESTITUTION ON THE GOGEBIC. OostagevaIra all I Boxwood, Mich.. Nor. S3. All aass places la the eerend aaiaiag towasof the Oogabie raage, from Ashland. Wis., to this city, hare cioaed. Erea the gamblers aad other servants of vies hare left this For sia asoatka M miaers aad bare beaa aat af ens- ploysat, owlag to tha eleaiag at tha miaee, aad their sarplaa faads are aow It Is stated that a party of C. B, aad Q. Baas Who arrived ia tha cite wera ease aa Za eommlttee from tee strik rred SCO if thee waald ratsn Tha Miff UT k.M Hi. Wearegotag loaiake a living, sad if it is sMag It, awake the aeoat of It." There aaa Mealy Uaaee area ad taa temporary keeel aaar tba Lahlgh Valley roaad henae. A large aamber of weattre aten came la dartag tba arararag. They wera rery aagry. hat teg beaa liriag oa sandwiches avy ten vnicago iweniy-f our sours afro Mm Critical rota. Taa Lehigh officials, true to their prom ssl seal a train of aaerchaadise eaat. It 1 through Cbecktowaua all right and etill gotag wbea last heard from, "it i on Sayre . ia the aaawer that all at the afflciale give wbea asked about tha aaamptioa of business. The eumpaay haea aaea eaough to work wilk if tbey aaa epsrats the yards at t hat point. With apertBteodeot Fennell ia peraonal akarga, barked by the number of new men as well aa those who bare returned in coni- i with President Wilbur, proclama , it would seem aa tboagh the trouble be over. to. tar aa Buffalo Is I there is aotbing to prevent the at of freight. WILL NOT TAKE LEHIGH FREIGHT. i Aaa arlwr Caae a Toted Depltcatad A Maawfal tMBetat, J Baser CtTT, Not. at-Keferring to the aaeaarsauai that tba Jersey Central waald refuse to accept ' Lehigh" freight. Tardmastrr Lasso, of the Lehigh, said Tae Jersey Central baa got to accept our SreigfcL" The probabilities are that the Jewry Central eaiptnyvs will atreauously aajsat to -Lebigb alley" Irelubt assaa- eec their tracks, and tale may result ia their atrikiag. aad there yoa have the Aaa Arbor case again. apariatasjdoat lloanelly. ot the eaatera diristoo, said: "The situatioa along the Uaa af the Lehigh baa considerably ini We aroreceiriag more applica- i for employment than we caa Valer ia ear iw lark oBce we receive twenty eppliraAioae daily for em ploy bm tram saea skilled ia the various lines af oar haalBiea. As to the strikers. I thiak we have them an the rua. aad I say that after aa eaperteace which iavolvss a ammaar or striata. "Weald yoa say." he waa ahod. "that the strike was over so far aa the Lehigh Valley railroad m concerned"" "I waald not," was bh reply. The raety rntaMf aafe. ruT MiasutlA, Moat., Nov tl The latent aewe of the lut t'arlia party of kaateta M that they are probably with aaa Bet of saea who have a "iro.prci at tha bead of the Clearwater, and altbuugh they caaaot reach the settlement are aafe for tae wiater. A relief party which Started oat w bavins a bard time and ail eaargtes are now directed to getting tbe relief party safely bark. Tbey who weut aeer tbe summit aad into tbe valley bavt had such a hard time on aocutuit of atormt aad deep enow that tbeir oa n'livet have been endangered and tby have iot near ly all tueir animals and it will take bard work to get ttaem out without lot. ot lite. Charlie aad tUos r. Uat." Htm Yob&. Nov. Si It is learned on the beat auibori'y that tbe marriage of Charles Cwgblan and Mine Kuriiixr Urv. rMge has cauwd a "coulnesa" btrtween Coghlaa ami his sinter Kw, who stands by Coghlaa's iirst aile, with whom ba bad lived for yawrs, althouub it is said there waa no marrtaKe ceremony. Tue aoolaeas will result in Cughbtn Iravintt bis slater s dramatic compauy in tba near future. ataol luil Mesi CwmtsiM. lmBt Iui- Pa.. Nor. to. Within tha last few days. It to said, aa agreement' baa aaea maae ay tae steei rai. makers uy srisnl waata ot the trade, aad price, are to be kept ap to a remunerative though loam rvative nan, ' "k alaehituj M prk.ee so ireejitrai ui ibis. ap eooKate tamt k&xgk. practically exhausted. Twenty tbonaand people are oa tbe verge of starvation, tbeir food being mainly beets and potatoes, while 1,000 cLiUren are sadly in need o! clothing and shoe. A f.w weeks ago rhilin Armour ot Chicago sent 10.000 pounds of pork to tbe suffering miners. but this baa been consumed. Tbe distren ia this city ia perhaps deeper than ia other town, becau-w of tbe typhoid fever epi demic last summer. Governor Peck of Wisconein is preparing to send a carload of provisions and liovernor Itich of Michi gan will be asked to help. STATEMENT BY "MR." THURSTON. Tbe Mate Itepartmeat'e reelings Over Ttsai etoolr to Me. tsimaat. WamiinuTon. Nov. SI. MiuKter Thurs ton, of Hawaii, is not likely to receive bis passports, although it wss said at the state department that there was abund ant ground for such action. Were it in any other country, or la this country un der nay other circumstances, bis passports would be issued immediately. It ia claimed that his letter is a breach of diplomacy aad amply sufficieat to war- rant this governmeut la imniediataly scv sring all relet loos with tbe Hawaiiaa minister. Such action would be taken but for tbe asoa that tba American people might aot think It wae fair play; that the right ofaayaiau to talk and give hit aide of a itroversy Is always conceded, aad to force Thurston to leave this country eraald be considered by tha people a disno- sltkoa not to allow tbe other aide a hear-lag-The department chooses to coasidsr tbe paUicaUaaaaaatateateatby "Mr." Thurs ton, a vitally interested party la taa out seerta Hawaiiaa affair, aad aot aa official statement of the Hawaiiaa minis ter. Tha talk at tba state department Is that by this time Queen Uliuokalaal ia re stored to the Hawaiiaa throne. While tbey do aot flz any precise time aa to when tbe reiastallment took place tbey believe ' that force waa not necessary, it is claimed that aot only the information furnished by Blount but tbe reports received since Minister Willis arrived at Honolulu were to the effect that tbe provisional govern ment was sustained oa tbe supposition that the United States man-of-war was ia tbe harbor for that purpose, and that as in as it waa known that tbe united rHates would not sustain tba provisional government, but was determined to undo what bad been done by the revolutionists, tba public would immediately compel tbe restoration of the queen and tbe pro visional government would fall. MISSOURI'S REMARKABLE CHEEK. At lant That la live Way Illiaolsaas Look at tbo Matter. Vashigts. Nov. 33. Ex-Senator "Tom'' Carson, of Urban a. Ills., has tele graphed liovernor A It geld that a party of Miaaourian.. led by Patrick O'Farrell, a Washington pension claim ageat, had voluntarily met and appointed commit. tees for tbe avowed purpose of taking charge of tbe ceremonies of unveiling on Itec the statue ot tbe late Ueneral Shields, for which the lyt 'Illinois legis lature appropriated .J0. Tbe status ill be unveiled in Statuary ball la the Capitol to tbe general who represented tbe respective states of Illinois, Missouri and Minnesota in tbe United States senate. "Tha first knowledge 1 bad of this cheeky Missouri move," aaid es-Seaatcr Caraon, "waa ia tbe published reports of their meeting Monday night. Not an Illi nois niau was present. Colonel Morrtsoa was named a. a member ot one of tbe com mittees without hie knowledge. He de clined to serve. No Illinois man was ia vitrd to participate. Wbea I asked ex Governor Fletcher, of Misouri, yesterday by what right hie band of Miseouriaas took charge of tbe affair ba replied that Ueneral bbielda once represented Missouri la tbe 1'ai.ed States seaate." MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. 9iew York rieaaeiaL Saw Yoaa. Nov. ts. Money oa call assy. Offered at let per mL Prints mercaatile paper 4 per Meaning exebange weak with actual ia bankers' btus at eaMBatt or aad 4x A j for sixty days: ales 4taH. Commercial billa Cavs!4. silver certineaies. TB71 ; no sales; bar silver. m. Mexitaa dollars, Hfc. Uaesrameat bonds, 4 regular, inft do 4s coOpnos. ll.-tdoO.eis; PaciftcS-.of Hal tew Voeh erasn aad fiaaaes. Xaw Yoaa. Nov. St. Wheat-May. 7t T'-tawYSKc; December. SSH sVSS'fcc. Rye-Ualb wastera. SUgSle tot' boat loads, t ore -January. 45j8Mc; May. SSH BiteSc: Usrember. fsaWMen. UsU Track state whits. 2SV40c do weatetm. 34340c: De cember, stlac, rHirk-Ouiet; saw mass, Slavs WIT.SU; famUy. tlH.aMkaU: abort clasr, klTJU arS.W. Lard-Ktaady: prime westers etcaam. t.lt Duaunal CMcago Grain aad riadaiav, CTbicaoo, Nov. 3t Forkiwiag srera the quotations on tba Board of Trade today: Wheat November, opened aAjc rtomd SISr; brrember, opened l'c ckistd 1Tc; May. opened T' dosed V- Oora-November, opened ?sc. closed am-; Ilnrrmhpr. opened ir. cloted aVtic: May. opened closed c. Oats No- veubrr. opened STli rkwed Uecemtier. opened SZtc, rkMtd 9te; May, opened 31c, closed .sKmc. Hork Niivembcr, oeued $ , tlospd f ; January, opened f IS.Si. cloard tU20. Lartl 'January, ojn-ucd it.Sj, dosrJ Proilure: Butter Fancy separator. 3li ic T lu: (sm- dairy. 3:o34c; ai-kinit stwk. itejr tic.. Kck - ireh. S3- wr doz; cuM sloratfe. ITS (.!-. Ijv. I'oultry t'bwkrnst, i.tuu wr Ih: turkeys. iufir: iltH-ko. aie!, $.... r,?. Vt i-r iME. Iitst.s Hur bauk4. i'iIm-Iter bu. Ilelimun. 51p.Vk-: Rohc, sc.'. m-ect IVtatiH-s- llllinin. $i."i.jT4 per lill. Ai'1'ie.-M T' -J ul per Mil. Vra berries M i-cimxu bed auJ cowry. J.Trrj, lr tM t birsso Live lck. t'HU AUii, Nor. Sta-k: Thi prices at the t una Mot-k Vark tuoay rauicetl an fellows, t'attit Kstuuao-d rcetiit lur the day. lu.uii, int-ludmg attout i.'nil iVxausauJ west erai: nari.et f.r prime. s:rnit:( huice. t-ail7. othT lower. Te.iu. rlrtu; westerns and cows weak: best. s.VO'fH.lii; gnod to choice 4.70'ii: medium. 4.i 4 mi. coumHin to tair. s:i(.i:l Vi T i.inx .:) iS.il; m-esierns. Si.ii U4 Hogi KMiiiiateii rtnvipt tor the day, IXimi; vK-url iitl'lc lnwer. psikinc rade. f.Vlnii,V.: prime liravy ."..i.iii; butchers' weuctlts. SVS.; i.3... Iltnt, f-VaiaiVi; mixed. Sheep- Klimati-d receipts tor the day ti,ir. dull aad lower. The kiOeal Msrkeia aam.BTC. a imisi sa. Cora New. nje Mc : old, (ICc. New oats- 9Sgtc Bav Thsotky, I0; spland. fiJ.; KMT: aaled. Itffcs. Mrs., ti. slouta. Patter Fair a choice, t5c : cm awry, SOr. Kt Frsek. xtte Kut CaickirBS. I'te, fc; tfisssed, Mc; tmev, life Sc ; aiati ls. Wic ; aav. live, sr ; dressed, tec: get sr. tec. VABLS Apples 3S)WS.eo per bit Tmrsipt Mcserha. LJVB STOCK. Cattle Bstcaers pay far eon tea 4&iAc; cows aad aeiteis. 3HeS!e Bom-AHc. Bkeep c rciL. Cotl-Sofu tic: Bard. t.N. Wood waoco " :cora. . suets calvss DYSFEPSiA Is that misery experienced when suddenly made aware that yoa possess a diabolical arrangement called stomach. No two dvspep tici have the lame predominant symptoms, bat whatever lam dyspepsia takes Tkm mnderijfinf cettsM a nd one thing is certain no one will remain a dyspeptic who will It wtn user est Acidity of the Tbefampaay aands In a Protest. WAi-lllMiTOM. Nov. 23. tiome time aga tbe trea.ua ry department made a demand upon tbe Northern American Commercial compaoy for 4W.00V, being the abatement of taxes, etc, autboriaed by Secretary Foster because tbe compajy was aot al lowed, owing to the operation of themudna Vivendi, to take ite stipulated quota of eeala on toe ialamls during the years 1HM. lsvl and l""i This demand took the com pany somewhat ly surprite. A reply baa been made in tbe form of a long brief protesting against beiug compelled to pay tbe money demanded. The ttoast lteef ut Old Kagland. IiMmin, Nov. V The bouxe of lords committee wbicb lias br-n considering tbe question of marking foreign meat, has reported that American beef ia prin cipally used of tbe foreign kiud and that Britishers eat aw,.".3 tout of it yearly; its average excellence is higher than tbs bums grown, aud that generally it is so like English beef that tbe public in ninety nine cases out of a buudred are unable to tell tbe differeuce. . Went Into the Vevil's Caldron. SpkaAnk Falls, Wash., Nov. Sk-Jatue. Kenrlrick and Patrick CJuirk, employed by tbe city in excavating rock for tba Post Street bridge just above tbe falls, fell lata tbe rapids and were carried Into the "Devil's Caldron," a bottom lass, seething, foaming pool at the base of tbe falls aad from wbicb aw body haa ever been re vive red. Both were single men, Keadrick eominc from Buffalo. K. Y aad Quirk I from &priatied, ilia. Baant f owl gaaes. Allay Irrl tallow. Assist DlgostUa at taa same Una firr JAver awtHHit; awo! a eMHjtfe; mUmenf wiU Mmjpemr. i wests 1 vnfferM with tarwt. 1 tried ?wal I as relief AtltitnL i Livar Rwfsisssr. which cared me m a a. h w a gasd sjediass. I wouil njt st a," J anas A. Ruaaa. PhiJ a. Fa. arKTamT parKAGtfo I aw wrawprn I COm railaitrlrsi r Well Known Bnsincs. Men add Their Test i own v to that Already Giv- en in This Space for Year. Sustain Home Indu UK. EI. STOltp, Rock Inland Plow Co . ReMcnre 8 Vo trth avmor. Ro k Island. Catarrh, Chronic lieharrp from Er. CURED. ansa ear B atasm .tLKKtuaa M Z 8 g ! sis ca r-l i of -a ? 0 g I O r5 S SK. A. J. E1TEHLV. atillersburg. 111. Catarrh CURED. MK. A. BAWKIXSOX, Mollne. 111., CatarrhCURED. When you po to the Scott Medical Institute you don't hare to ask what it costs, you know liefoe you Mart it i t-i a month for medicine and treatment. $5 a Month! Are ys ps lrjr a bigh piiced speciaiist S5 s vi,if, sul petlinf uo better? The ptiysidans of the brott Medical Institute are rut ing cases tiw ilar to yonrs they caa probably cure yoir and see the as so a month. Chronic diseases require chronic treatment. Your trouble has been rears coming on you. It has invaded every part of your system, weakened and reduced you. IK you expect to be cured in a week or a month? Be reasonable, we are not performing miracles simply applying science to the practice of medicine. Specialties: C.tarih. bronchitis, asthma aad all disesses of the eye, ear, throat aad longs. atomtch and bowel,; skin std bliod disease eczema, hive, blotches, plmph-s, sene, nnit- worm, tetter, salt rhrnm : kidney, bladder and rectal troubles diabetes. . Bright', travel, pile. ware, inula, rk-umtif m. neuralgia, laabago. scrorult. dyrpe; sia, chronic diarrhoea, dysentery, c SMmmption, dropey. liver complaint. Jaundice, cmndnlar tumor and all chronic disesses. $5 a ltlontha KVKKV I t KABI.F. IUSEASE TREATED. SCOTT Medical Institute. 3S1 Brady street, Davenport, Ia. Over American Express Co. OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m.. to 4 p. m.. 7 to 8 p.m. On Sundays the office will be open from 9 a. m. to 12, 2 to 4 p. tn. THE ABCAOE. sdtd-.ia.- If r BY- OaUin&for Rook L Brewing Co., Beer. The Best Beer Made, On Tap everywhere. TRY IT. Th Prvlr Iclonrl Rrutuinnt f , . avj.n ihuim uibnuir V1I1LMI1V Cit. r xi . - ouc uia iu ucuigc vTctgiicri mianuc crewerv Huber's City Brewery and Raible .s, w.'.. Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Jntl D4-i:. 17 l. U- -r it . JU"j uuuiing wuito, iidiune or me most conriv Brewing establishments including Bottling rvtrrrtAnf r f lAnnin r TU j ? veiy best Beer is bottled at the brewery delivered to any part of the tri-cities an. be ordered direct from the head offices r v essym H une avenue oy I eiepnone. Our Purpose In Advertising is to let everybody who buys clothing that's all Mas kind here about know that our fall suitings ate in that the finest erer displayed in the city. Yon are i pectfully Invited to call and see the latest in patteru and styles, in fall and winter wear. J. B. ZEmER, CLt, and leare your order HT4B BbOUK 0rPO8TTK HaRPKB HoUSK kerf. J. T. DIXON Merchant Tailoi And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. CONHAD SCHNEIDER -DXALXK IK GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Plour, Etc. Teleoaone 1098. 231 Twentieth stio. Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. J HORST VON KOECKRITZ, Analytic ami Drains Pta Is taw located in hit aew boildiac at tbe comer of Fifth aad TweatyOUrd street. C. J. W. GCHREiriER, Contractor and Builder, lin 11 Faana arcasc Scsidaacc IIW rtmrta svecar. PlaasaadspcciantkmsraralsMaasllclassnof work; also mfrnt for WJriI''-: 8diBS Bl'sa. anai.isiiii a.iu, .. ZThi. K0fElLAXS2i JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE. 8hop on Vino Street. ROCK ISLAND, ttt i Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor. Always on hand the toest arsads of Saaxitlc sa4 iaiporud cicara. AH sraods it tobaooa. Ta socks af sll tbe ball gsam win ee marvel sally. ' L. tOIeOCSCO?7( Prop., Ilea gsessa A wane. A. BliAClTH A TiL, Manof actarer of an kinds at BOOTS AND 8FOE8 OeBts Fine Shoes s Specialty. Repairing dona neatly sr, promptly. A sbafa af xamr utmii -im ..ir.ii - -" - .1618 Second Avenue. Kock I i- I MXiRSts Proprietor. ssatscsslAvAsai.Osteeeet llTlssBts gUeel, Opposite Hsrper'r Tb: Tba chwA'sJna. UcL-trs, Cssr end Cfears!alwavs 01 Hj id Local: of r ita Vh.ti EASE Tl aFtX ... :n ; mpurr FISH niinliM ElN Cu-niti fcriiw" Ks. Fi It. sine r:sau :tfo Vko laa F