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ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.
OUXLVI MO, 108
BOCK I8LAVD, 1LU WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23 1698.
F&ICB THRU GflTBs
LEE FEARS TROUBLE.
Th Consul Central Advises All
Americans in Havana
to Co Homa.
tlVESa AT WORK OS THE MAI5T.
BlartaW- I lM. f-.,. k Mn. Ara
. in. I r, i n. id
Blpa.l.il- IM.ara tat KW la Raark
Ik Want an. I Ba..a.. W, kra rh. .
(apart i.. ria( n.-ii. . I i .n. for lk
Wrvrklaf I aaelli frplt..
Waaaift)a. rob. : i The Star's
Hevaaa special says the iaqairy lato
tha Maiae disaster I pmrrsiDf
aioag definite liaes. Iadieatioae that
It m aa aecidaat am to decrease
wita tha prngrta of the iBTeetls;a
tioa. Spaaiih r.fficiali ara isteBselj
excised. The jreaaral feeling that
tke ralatloaa with taa laited State
war n r to bsbcb ia danger of
ruptara as aow. Comsiereial elasns
ara hopafa! of America ir.tarvanti r
on peaceful liaaa. bat what their
h p are based oa la uakaowa. Au
tosomals are reetless. Army cm
cars coetlene to show anti-Americas'
taa aa Awiataaai ra u.i A air
Waebiagtoa. Feb. 23 Thar is ao
government news froas llarnnn to
day Tha atato deperlsaeat has ant
' n advlned that I. en la adisiar
Amaricaaa la llavaaa lo pet away.
aaai. raa fka l lai.MralM
Wsafclagtna, Feb. 13 SMsaakwal
rapnrU having heea cirealeted that
I! tan espeasaad a ballef that a cob
s' et batmen the United Mates an?
Spain was Immiaeat. the atseatioa o'
t asaasor wae to theai. ear1
h emphatically deaied thsas. say tag:
"I d aot bellere share i aajthiap
In the Maiae incident or oar rata
t oas wish Spain rrgarding Caba
t tat will lead to war. I aas firaslj
of the -t m n that tha ssploeioa or.
tii htalna wa da .o accideat. I
tun. the nnval c iart of isqniry will
r aoh the lame rnnr-iusion. I hoa
aat'j aad frtnkiy do not e aaj rea
n for escitaasaat createil
There will ' n war."
ailaai Si law Kaata.
Washiafta. Feb. 93 - la the sea
ata Allaa. of Nebraska, iatrodaced a
renlatioa for tha senate to appolat a
committee oa Investigation of affa ri
italvaetoa. Feb. 33 -The Tesaa
and Nssaville sailed this aftsrncon
to rejoin tha North Atlaatic pe
droa. Nsw Torh. Feb. S3 It is expected
the Yiiaya will aall for llavaaa to
day If she finishes reeling
it stioi Ktriisttu saav amatr.
Ml ta Bi BW akkraaaan Taaat at Aa,
Tlaaa Binna IB BtlMltBMMt.
Xew Tra. Far. VL A da.tteH t"
Th.- il l fr. m HatiM ea. Th. alt
itatt i. it i nltM 1.4 ea.ua arata than a:
an tlm- a.- th.- . p.M.vn
Althoiiah th It!, rra r t k- n:ial S art
f ln.iilr in --ri n i'u, . nrtrl V r---t
T.- V..r I i . rr. p r.laait iam
thitl ntv r tttr N at naBl rtparta )
halk-w that tha rpt.a:n aa ttV rap-alt
-t traarbrrj TV t.' . t laaatM
that arnnlaB . ItV i I ' 'I
raaaslrav Ttnm taa pataVarv a In
ih.lr ti4w.i.n th. kiraa tho ain-
Mi aratwnt. itaaaral ItSaai , ana)
all Ma mi l' r i . r. , it
l-aa alB al kNoK4a a r BWItwtBw
Ih n in th. . ri r. It i r;i. ..: lu Baa
fcn a pars tratl hy a faaattht.
Saan f iBBaJ iMkm.
Naal r. ra BJ that waaa tba fa ta
Bra BSan l- mat; ba BBKyaaaaw ta T
M n i nilm-nt TtT aw ajnt
ripart an BBjMl rx la fl-ua. or aF
raO al awatja ka lha attwatVaa for a
... r nu : n ral j forwaalty aaV
vlasd Artr'ra Rwt biii waittj r-
tAileat rWfs" fat s ) ftf WsHha 4l SaVsMaal
M .av in. , a artw aWS) by tB tlatt
SaSBueraw Thta at iat.atHa that tnoaa
tha at i I r. i ll., tha raamlM Itf
inabtlits ta arutawt wsaa aad rBltaria
raw Sri at raat V-ra: sm at
lla. t .. . . ... ,-s It. ,-i T- .
i- -.. n Batfl I Sat
awnt ..f th- Mai. dKaatrr Nlaaj ad-
at e) WSJ aaMaWtt ta faMafl Sr .
lots UlSr.SM AT WORK.
TV y ftfaia a l-abnrtoaa Talk oa tha
Wmlnl lUIIU.kla Mlna.
Ihui i. Kib. U. Th' curt of In
quiry inK-atlft-atlns; th- Maine aaploaln
cifnad at IMI and tuok a rc-aa at
12 X Ll-uwrant . V. W. H.lman.
mvlrat r an'l aVBaaSJaS - ofTW r of th
Main. aa xaniin"! ut the morning
araaiun. Tha court nut (or the after
aMa irtaiua at Itthj ar.d Liut-nant
1 '. i: Wain a i ight. . utive
uttUfT i f th Main-. aa calliil to tha
antacaa atanJ. I-.-ut, n.int "omrrun l. r
U.uaarlaht hu l.-n in Imnntliate
tharfr of tha a ri k -met th explosion.
1' .i ! ' .: ,n
firt part of th- ahip and tha uthrm aft.
Th tak la moat labur.uua. and th- m-n
r cat'iraa) ttrm-l arafut. an they
hew ha 'I to ,,rk In cmplrte darkn-sn,
aad avvrraJ httr had had fall. Electric
light trm th. Mai.:rirSSJ am now
and mu'h g.d ia i twj
Naarly a'! tha iaiiUa aalvag has
Boar lirt. mad- from th ral, in aft. Th-
ffi,rta to laaasl th ward and meas
r .ir I y -irikn .v:i
nbatacta. It ta ji-tal to find txrfl!et
In thaaw ruutna. Two raa- of ter.-in h
ammah tion have BBSS found, tha ona
having agplodad. the oth.r full of
powder. Tbav wr found forward.
Th work ' - tiring th hod! under
tha batrh ha Wn mot dlffli ult In th
lark, hut it l h' td that the el-ctre
light U1 ti of gr-at alaUrii -. The
Niia are much mutllatfd and aom
ai iji'., ... bun ! Th. Hi, . .- ,,f tli
' , . i I'd an..th. r vi:t to
th r-i k j-at -rday. t'aptalr. Samon.
aftr th vtalt of the mmbia of the
' i ' ' i n-t.il i,l Ad
BwVal Maatemla. said the rvraption Ba
i I -n i o'llte and, or liaJ.
Tv. iBt.tiln gn ral and adnutal ex
i - I . - . i, i ith) and ih. hop.
that notbiaa OmiM laterfare to i i-v. nt
a rough Investigation. They offered
to il any b i In th- r pow.r. t'ap
taln Batsatsassi rf-rrd to the vlalta aa
! ad . t i -n t a : :t- i un t
atanding Among the talvage arara the table
ware an-1 tha r a.rie belonging
to th Main. i. .rge W. Koebel. r, of
tamabtya. aHad yraSerday at the mill
tar h 'Tlta. All th. other Injur. -d show
, ' ' I I. a. h i in an
' . lit th- ir.'alr
B of the t'nlt-d Ctatea In making
taptala ici - the advlaer and aa
alatant f th- I ourt af lniulry.-' Th
tlt..rtl la SWtrt. n! h i. d on inmi ie. t
' ' ' i n, I S-a', I a
nav l offl, . r here ay It I lmisalt!e
under tberuli onatltutlna naval cutis
af Maaairy. that tl.. iaptaln tumniand
lag th hl, d tt..yai ahould have any-
trine to I v.t!, th- (Indinr- of the
court. Ndng in - - ..n trial hlm
alf It l mad i 'attain Sllee duty
to give all th' t. -tin.otiy a ti the fact
In hi poase-- li I. in ba i taima ala.i
that the court ..f Inquiry I n, t consti
tuted a it a n d I li .iny tt.-r of the
great power. ),ut In thin particular the
paper la e,lntly laboring under fur-th-r
anatlnf rn atl-n
rou km im or nil vi mm.
STrarhlng Boat aaat DUar To It Heat ta
llaiana at Oira.
Washington. Feb. 23. The plans of
the wnrklag xdltlon fur the relief
of th" Main vim- completed yinterday
after l tit BSBBaaTSSaSBS between Secre
tary tViig and the representative of
th M it.tt .v ':..i ti. .in n.). iny. of
N . A tk. .. :. 1 tb. lioaton T,,. U at
nmn. Th. n.niaiiie had expected
to tiegln ork In Havana h.arUir in
tx,ut a ve-k. lut at the last moment
im I.o: - lrlt.-d that n provision
ehou'O ! oii.il, f,,r rending forward at
at .lit . ,. I. nr. vri king boat
vfh .ii. ra and iiitt ni-nt. This was
agr-ed t and a dlipatrh via sent t
the iaptaln of the sa wreck r I tight
Arm. Boar at Key West, to suspend his
private vork there anil proceed at one
t Havana. At the rame time a dls
pat.h was sr.t to the New Tork of
te a of the e-mpacy to send two I f the
most . xtn-n, cd divers and nr. ikcrf
on the Kight Arm
The eatr.rrander of tb flight Arm ll
egaVied to place himself with his divers
an ) maehlaery ur.dr tha orders of Cap.
lata "Igabee. a ho thus mil be free to
aall hlaw'.f of th-lr service In th.
'''Tt Baaflass or any particularly
' ' id t f ri r . tit t ; r i . r-
t i f the regular oeratlna begin.
Thea are atncrg.n.y steps which pr--eed
the train wrecking eapedl'i n.
hi h win I. ..utfttted at Ttoaton. New
V-rk atxt N rf.ak. alth a vle-a to be
ginnig cttcBalvc operation within a
Tb term ,.f the contract a ten
eaawed and atgneat provide for the pa-
Srewt to the wreck, ng rasoBaHBaal c.f tha
urn of ST1 - r da for their regular
at nt arel an addttlowa! payment of M
par day f. th ui ..f the Monar. b
whll th Utt-r i a. tually employed
An fgpreaa j r ct, n l mad that the
r mmnt mi) terminate the con
tract at any irxr.ent It la alao rro-
VtaVat that th . n -r. '. r. ahall not ex
reed the ora of money tKSa.SSS) ap-
t ' f- r h I ur-
in the niat ra-anlutiVin patae-l M n-
I aasani ayd In raising the Main-
ar t toalng her t rk they ahall
r. elve a hrnu -f . .,
CaOrltaai af SaaaaaaitUai.
Xaw Tork. Fh ::-Th first of th
espertid prnJeetlV ftaSS the frpnter
Pteel works arm.. I at the Itn- klj-n
Bavy yard y- tr l .y There were about
S. them for the all. eight and ten
Inch awn BI the irutrr and taittle
ship. A nan br of tr rpedo head from
New England manufa turera ar ex
peeted today. The collection of am-
' ' r !t ..r - . ffi r.
not mean that we aspect Imme
diate war. These supplies were ordered
aem month ago."
at 1 1 raary reraaaaiei Orgmaliiag.
Heading-. Pa . Feh. a. The city ex
ecutive committee of the American Pro
tective Association met yesterday and
Deputy Ptat President Taylor sent a
telegram to Wsshingtrn off. ring- to the
govern soeat the rvlea of the entire
memberaPIp -f it. ir. ,-. ti: t in
the event of hostilities Otgar. xation of
four military companies has been under
way hers during the past twenty-four
Alleged Ripley County, Indiana,
Lynchers Taken into
OTHER ARRESTS ARE TO FOLLOW.
C II It aghea, Superintendent of the Conn
ty Inflrmir; and a I'roinllielit Cltien
II the Stan Who li Now I" niter Arret
People of ttlpley ounty iu a High
State of Kaeiteraent at the Sudden Turn
Versailles. Ind.. Feb. 13. -p C. H.
Hughes, superindend.-nt uf th4 county
Infirmary and a very prominent citizen,
re-ddir.g five miles south of Versailles,
was arrested by Constable Jesse Hun
ter. f Cross Plains, on the following
"State of Indiana, Hlpley county, ss:
Tj any constable of Uipley county:
You are hereby commanded to arrest C.
H. Hughes anil bring him forthwith be
fore me at my office to answer to hav
Inv. In said county, on or about the IMl
of last September, Us7. purpodly and
with prem-dltattd malice, killed one
Henry Shuter. cintrary to the statutes
In such cases made and provided,
against th- peac- and dignity of the"
state of Indiana, as James Mount has
complained under oath, and have yuu
th-n and there this writ.
W. M. CKAK3. J. T."
Warrant for Art I. Wright.
Tht writ bears date Feb. H, U93.
Canstable Hunter also has a warrant
f r the arrest of Aieh Wtight. taCBB ; y
bnrtender 1st the Hotel Norwood, at
Usgotd, hut who now resides In-Chicago,
having cone there after an attempt
to assassinate him. some two weeksugo.
A large number of witnesses have been
aSJBSppcnacd from Osgo. d and Versailles.
The i. Ilnii-iary trial ...is held yester
day lift, m on at Cross l'lains. At this
h ur tl:. sc are all the warrants that
hav iK.-n is-u-d. oth.r air.sts. how
ever, are likely to be made ut any time.
Th affidavits were filed before Will
lam It. Craig. Justice .f tha BOMB hero.
Imnn-diat ly warrants were issued for
Ar. h Wright, a bait, tal.-r in a saloon at
fAxajaes, and H. z kiali Hugh. ?, super
intendent of lata county poor f.rni.
Hughes was arrested early yesterday
morning, but ha- not yet 1,n brought
htl STrjatSBTJ in these two ia-,
IktSSJ Im'-ii sul p.KOia. d to appear h ie
today, when the preliminary trial will
be held. Wright is reported to have
left f ir Chicago i week ago. but the
state. It is beli-ve.l. will produce him.
and th' r- is a rumor that h- will ttnn
sta: s n ijeace.
Want rhirleau Men In All. 7
Warrants have baea prepared for tl:e
arrest uf thirteen men in all, and the
men. BH iding to present plans, are to
be br nirht In from day to day. Attor
ney General K. t ham is he re and will
stay all the week. Th- Justice before
whom the warrants have been sworn
out Is a plalr honest, determined nrm.
who says he la doing only his duty as
sworn officer if the law. The cunty
Is Jut b-ginning to learn of the ptaw
en. - ..f the states representative lure
and e xcitement Is at high pitch.
The governor and the attorney gener
1 could not have had amoreout-of-the-
way pin e fr. m width to operate. The
correspondent reaching there from the
n-.r.-t j..ir.t ctivirg f urteen ml.es
r t, j !s witl.o-.it n ,:, :!... The plans
of the state have be-n well-matured,
and Attests y QeBeiBl K. tcham Cat Is
n'i ! nt c.f vindicating the honor of the
MYSTIC KRE WE OF KOMUS.
On. of the Most tinrgeoni Pageant! Ever
Seen In New Orleans.
N, SI Orleans. Feb. 12. Last night the
Mystir Krone of Kcmua appeared on
the streets with one of the most gorge-ems
and at the same time int-resting
pageants that has ever apjieared in
New Orleans The th-me was "Shakes
peare" and all the familiar characters
an.l play were j.ie tured with a faith
' "i and splendor unsurpassed. Aft-
r -h ; i-ad-- th M . Mi Kreni at. r
BSBBrd -with a grand ball at the Fr. at h
Rex entertained his loyal subjects
w ith a ball at the Impe rial pa!ac vvhieh
was r..rg.-ousy dee-, rated. The throne
was erected at one end of the spacious
la: I :n at. id-, t ,: 1 in the I al
color ar.d garnet and ermine. Tic
king. Charles A. Far well, a well-known
suar planter, eh.s- as his queM-n Miss
N -1 F r-yth.. a l.autifiil young Wom
an, who graced hr high p.sition ns
though she had I ee n lxrn to the pur
p'e. IVith t-alls w ere thronged and r. ere
Immense social sue- rase.
Onlcred To lie in lieainnes.
Philadeijhla, Feb. hV JawJjBt Oeneial
?n.iwden. commander of the National
CfSJBBtt "f Pennsylvania, has issued gen
eral orler to every officer In the state
to recruit his command up sS the full
quota tc.;u!r d by law. The ordl rs were
laue,l rive elays ago with instructions
that they be kept a profound secret.
Th officer were instructed to have
their mn rady to mar, h fully armi'd
and e-iuiptd at twenty-four hours' no
tice. Urady for Artie wrle.
Otsago, Mbh.. Feb. 25. The OUego
?; it r, ; : ! t ':- ' ar
departm.r.t yesterday aftera SSI as f.d-
Icws ' Have cnt. Iled one full comr..r y
of able-bodied young riflemen for active
aarvkra la case of American -Spanish
war. ard can double the number If re
quired In twer.ty-four hours' time.'" The
pres-nt officers ar: K. H. Conrad, cap
tain: Dr. C P. Hubley. first lieutenant;
J. F. Conrad, second lieutenant.
Ordet far for Bote hklsa nana.
N. w Haven. Conn.. Feb. 23. The
American ordnance of Bridgeport.
Conn., has received by telegraph from
It vice president at Washington an
order for forty rapid-firing six-pounder
Hotcbkiss guns. The oader i for quick
delivery and the guns will all he de
livered in about three months.
- . a .. -lawaa-a Maa. - .aJ.. ... . . - .. ..t.;.. . ,. A, . A.iA .. .. ..1
n pi f
eeusotioa in tlie throat Is instant lv r?
relieved l.v llr. Bell's ft -r..,. t
SJHoaaey a wondcrnil remed i..r
roughs unel ail iroucl a eau-ed j.v -
Inflammation .: tha ma aaaS-B
bnuM of tba t'iroat and re piratcrv
OrgUU-. A pill el Veg. lalle? -Olti.
pound, it .-oiitai.is notliii,,; bat bead- rl
SB bog aod Invigorating mediein ,i nmn. ?5
ernes. 1: la gtwrmntaed to enra the S
in i t mil. horn ee. lu lls us well as C
astbuia- DTOPchuii, throat, Lav Br
Qixajaii Waawsptag ooogh, aad . roup
DR. BELL'S f
I - -- ,
:usv n- -i ,-.
l.ti rcs.v.pt J
Be l .1111 eipi . Eli
i atiu-j.lt- i. . . i . r
C0K7ICTEO ON ALL COUNTS.
Z da Is tu Ua Bath rineel and Impr's
onael. 1'aris, Feb. 23. Zola was found
guilty on all counts and sentenced to
a year's imprisonment and to pay a
fine of 3.000 francs.
Drip rate Iowa Woman's I), cel.
Cherokee. Iowa, Fob.' 2S At C!eg
horn, near here last niht, Mrs. Kliz
abeth Wilcox, a widow 48 years of
aire, in a tit of insanity, started in to
exterminate her family of eight
children. She shot and killed her
5-year old son but was overpowered
before doing further damage.
State Krpublloin Convention.
Springfield, Feb. SS Th repabli
sttte central committee has called
tt.e state convention ta meet June 14,
the basis to be one delegate for each
400 votes for Mckinley, or a total of
1.500 delegates, the "largest in the
history of the state.
Smprndeel From LmubirJ.
Galesburg 111., Feb. 23 Thirteen
students of Lom'tisrd university were
suspended for participating in the
class color light yesterday. Five are
cram i sues rnoTix. i:riis.
What Hie Ma Itiiilil.-r Says of tile I".plo
ion on the Maine.
Philadelphia. Feb. 23. A number of
photographs of the wrecked battleship
2d line, taken soon after the expfcxtti :i
occurred. Were submitted to Charles H.
Cramp yesterday for expe rt oplnie-n.
After carefully examining them Sir.
' After sc. ing th- pictures I am more
Utaieterniin. d than eve-r as to the real
eouse of the- disaster. The appearance
of the Wreck Indicate! that there were
two or more terrific explosions. One
tliinp; is certain, if th- wre ck is as bad
t-low the water as it appears to he
Bl v.-. and the infoten. e is natural that
the portion covered by tho water is in
a worse stat. than that above, the gov
ernment will nc v. r be able to raise the
t rn and twist.-il tr.ass of steel except
by the use of coffe r dams. In my opin
ion th.- proportion to rais-e what is left
of her w ith pontoon is Impraetie a! 1",
nt.J the building of ooffeg dams is ab
s. lutely necessary."
Ilerrtion to Ainbaiidor While.
BertJa, Feb. li The reception of the
T'nite-i Btatea ambaasador, Andrew d.
White, yst rday in honor of Waahins;
t :i's liiitiiday was attended by about
Siil memlarr of the American colony
I re. Th i i tr un-American societ
c BtBSSM la'.! t 1 place nt night.
Killed B n 1' re mature Fpluion.
Phil:..'.- lf hia. P) b. 25. The pr. maturc
exile, k n of a iharge of dynamite yes
te;rday in a stone quarry at Sixty-sixth
a u i Vine streets kHled three Italians
worfnaca, Mike Da Sando, Franz L)e
uetl and Mike Horn'jurth.
The need of a good spring medi
cine is almost universal and Hood's
Sarsaparilla exactly meets this need.
Be sure to get Hood's.
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Beiss'
fiVftTl-al At Mfc-nirMMr v
aiaifelll VI UlkVIWinU
; Davenport Health Institute i
Nftat I A iff AC rtaTb, Ttrsall
W C aaxrtrrii Tt-spteeb. 1 --'& . Havrt. !uiavt .
V .. if... , rTssau !.'.; Isb-1 L4 F- i-b.
y, WSfi cf M-wj sb4 Wflamn.
( sVaalvtl SJta n BtaVKI' for C- j f tV ' afnUraJ
- al lea Ur art . ay. ..gjo.- Sttax-u
' anrmrai anaVasi jam -vrissn atx ata to
raai,- with ?m tret saiBaaicwoaV
All. mti , : i;'..i. 5,N.
Or. con-n aughton.
iET Ti ! T,,f,K- e.
. . i yrjaxav
. . LAST CALL .
All odds and ends in Suits and
Overcoats laid on separate tables.
Prices Cut from 33 1-3 to
Less tban Former
Everything must go. We need
the room for Spring Goods, which
are commencing to arrive.
GREETS YOU AT THE
At no time before
could ycu secure such
immerse values in
Parlor and Music Cabinets,
Bed Room Suits,
Odd Dressers, Etc
If It comes from the
Big Store you know
you have gotten the
most and beat for
324, S26, 328 Brady Street,
ADVERTISERS OF FACTS.
BUY SEEDS EARLY.
To get good reliable sends is tbe nio-t essential part of your business. Market
gardeners who are very particular about purchasing their seeds should buy early.
Jouis llanssen, at 918 and J15 we-st Second street, Davenport, who's wide reputa
tion among gardners, trucker- anil farmers has lieen establihheei for many yean,
and as his lending buciness principal has always been to supply only the vrry
"highest class'' of seeds, and the fact that he has commanded the leading whole
sale and market gardtiers trade in the neighboring country for nearly a half a
century, should justify hi-; claim to tne patronage of those who haven't yet ex
perienced tl:e advantage of dealing witl him. Send or call for a catalogue,
which will be delivered free.
LOUIS HaAIsTSSZSN'S SONS.
Second, between Main and
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from our brewerj. It ia tho favorite)
of the laborer, the epicure, the rich man and the poor man.
Its flavor is delicious, its "bidy" right to please all tastes.
Hade right here at home of the finest malt and choicest hops),
and bv the most advanced process; why shouldn't "ROCK
ISLAND" be the best?
See Oar Line of Wall Pap.
Whenever you see wall paper of extra choice,
design or finish, extra rkhaess, ycu may cepend
that It came from the big store of the
ADAMS Wall Paper Co.
310, 312, 314 TWENTIETH ST.
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