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ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.
Y0UXL7I sTO. 110
BOCK I8LAVD, III.,. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1898.
PRI01 thru aim.
NOTHING YET KNOWN
By Thcs Who Would Know as tri
tho Causa cf th Eip'osion
cn rh Maint.
E0A12 OF IJfQUISY DOTT IJOTT
m. i cmm t. ri i IK. aia
WBars Tr..nMe Brake fatl.
TT.al.l rm toim iie Ulnl b..pateli..
-Batata U talkie, aMirla)gla ua
H. BBjkJ Mi lh a..rr)HW BaBBBM tar
Ttii. iMMr.i !.
Havana Feb 2b The nT court
of Inquiry " n'innas Its setttoas to
day Tm ibi ainn hop to bjbJ awa;
I Kay Wt late thii evaaiaf or
'if f tomorrow m r-.m; rti
w -i ' t are d liar we . Tha
K thl Arm is it rk removias; such
pirts of tha wrrrk a it it pottihla t
handle In ad 'aoes of tha arrival cf
tlrongcr tog bI d.rrlr.a
r rrlt.rn.nt in dm Wae-rM.
LoBdoB, Fb 35 A Madrid ape.
eiei rapnrts that puMlo opinion thri
it becoming mora at :itJ owing lo th-;
lapressioa that tha !oaa of th Maine
waaaot dui to accident, aad la stir
ring popular fiiag in Madrid, an."
tha eoavietica ia incraatiag in tha
niiniatarial riro that tha worir
matt Seetpacted. in t thit tki proa
paett of war ara popular with al
parties, and tha mora eacttabli
aawtpapars ara urging tha govern
aiaat lo etrlhe tha brat derisive
Cbteago, Tab. JJ H H. Kohl
siat. who is vary rln to Trepidant
Mr Ib y. haa an idilorlal ia hi
rnlng P ut this aftarnioa. Ir
which ha aa - It eaa ba ataUl
positively that anther tha prnaidant
aor Saeratary l. mg ara ptsad of
a lag la far' or report in regard 1
tha Main disaster that thy hare But
mad public, w hen he rtcaivet a
rsport of tha roarl f Inquiry. lh
praaidaot will know the fao'.a, which
ha will make puo.je with hit enaclu
aioae aad fwflaf 1
.. all ..... Taa.aa aata Ww.
Topahav Kab. 35 -W. J. aVyaa.
ho ia hare, raid la an iatavvtow
that wa huld await Ua refill of
tha inreatigntioa of tha Mala affair
hefnra taking any artioa Tb
Tailed Slatea, he aaid. eoM ro
afford to ba ton feast v la tha matter.
Washington. Fab. 35 The eaooi
tot. Terror, ia Ijing ia lUmptcr
Boada, aad tha laipieaaira it that
aha win remain there until replaced
hy tha Puritan tail moath. It i
n ported that a thing naw dlope1
at tha cabinet meeting today ia re
gard to Cuban affair
- . r r Havaaa
Naw Torb. K.b. 15 Tha Vlscaya
eulled for Itavan this afferaooa.
ri ri iu i t wn i K an-
. allot, ilnni.'il IMIlTlt'r
Waehmaton. r-h - lluir. ra af
B'nrlllnit at. ih r..h..fih
Maine w.t IBM tr 'p ert, hat there
ware frt. ih ..f th m an. afhait jree
trrdav rrnt f. r i.irjr t . a It
Wiafclna 'hla ela'.n.nt I,, atw aw-pnp-r
Ml aa h- : '! Mi !.: Surn
mm up Mi., .in .. . . i in th.,t
the rin ,l. irtii-. i hn t .
ItMthlna more nht.ut tha raua of ih
iiiaaatT thn It t mlnutea after
th r.i. f i i :-ti, h frini
Captain BaSatBaV" The arerttarr'a -aawttnai
am , i the pakjahiil
Btatfm. nt . . .i
thief nf th- l ie ni . f n.viaall n. ha:
Juet arrteed at T it; a. FlaV. tla
Miib'i. ii rj (mm a u p to CWhav
W h're ha hmi N l i ; i '
ha rnallna "talt- nn Bj ,r Matantaa Th.
aoeretarjr a cn,n-. i: . i ,mtlr thia
-I'aptain O mr.V, ;, haa a.1 Hern t
'"t H" I ' . IT wfMi hta By an
J hawthj anv ia r mmmttt wh
, ... inr n;iv
'HI in vt.h.r.
The raly . . aitna rererre.)
by h r.iv , , f. m Havana
liarlna tha lav , m rap
un iai- . BBBan, ajaJit nju
..t nthin that BbMBBaW w havl th-
pr. . ' in I t ' n Ih. rll...
Itaa aararnw. Ir he hwa) fnanvt aar if.
ayal main ra aa4 raw.
aw . aaw.
i a an ii mat wou.d in the Cf htent detree
I ' ' any ronciawtnn ar ti an ir.f.ranr
i aa to haw tbe dlaaater otcurrtd be did
J nay an In thia dispatch And thla la
in aplt.. af the fact, aa elated in the
teltrnm. that the diver have been
' tl.,a . .e ... a .. . . . ,
j m anu lui n .1 u IUUT
day. Thla etat.ment gave the navy
d-partrr.r.t the first Inf. rrratLn of tha
tims that t"t cilvera had ten In th
i-lnity ef the 'tone of ixploaion.
Thl. tun la confined to the forward
part of the ahlp and. While the divert
have haan down aft f r the last wetk.
thair wirk forward In th- vlclnitr f
h iaraa maaalr.a haa l. en in proj.
reea only four day, which presumably
necan 'n Monday ar.d Included yet
terday. " r.aaat lW- llrnacht Uama.
On etatan-cnt Ir. tha dispatch, th.it
Trlenda of th laM sh. uld undarttand
we are in the tr . ... U underafvid at
the n.-.i y d.rartn .r.! hi r. f-r to the
rn' pl.aa of ralativra of the dead
that thay be bmucht to th t nltd
itat.t. Ths apta caatinue to be
r- vtd h'rr. anj whll they excite
IB .pst tymrathy of .fflrialt. no
bap ran b bald out that tho d ad can
h brought ta k There ara circum
atancs which. If they could be made
haa an. weuM end surh appeals and
W'.u.'l shew that the department hat
n.t Ien aninir In a desire to bring
tha remalna to thia country. These
Irrumstanraa have been withheld,
rr.ilnly thr ugh a dtire to tare friends
snl rUt'.t fr ,m th pain which
w..ull b rauaad ly a full dlarlraure of
tha af. , ,f the aapbwion. The men
w-ra si t r ing un the btrth derk. with
r . - v i I tlia
rorra er the terrific esptnaion were
V ond tngtther Into a confused mass.
Knowing this, th-re l little h. tha!
manr af th htajlrs still mlaeing will b
fcund. oe, if f. nn 1 that they will be in
a rrntlitlen to i- tr ught borne.
wa IMBI'altl- . Mum l.r Thl.
'- ia.i nlsht the navy department
recteO two brief tclegrama fr awl Cap
fain Wui. ..t Havana. One nlatc.l
' ' Ba tratt r. and the other
I : ' ' "Dlvera report more
hawing te tbe wreck s m. are m ham
f"1 I In the rtahrla. Trobalily
n-.f r- .tii. I it;. " Thia iiisr.au h Imll.
i" ttut t- divtra hae llnuKv au-
cwtwd at least a partial entrance to the
awarrera in r , .,, j , ,rt nf th.. Te,.
set ah-re In crew was asl n maa
th raaloaioa o. 1. in I un.l.-r which
" ' T : - th..
diver wre un.il.le t irtrw ate tk
baw)taw aboa att I :. against
wht. htfcey ar operating, and bears out
me r.;. r ti ! th. rk ..f suh-marlr.
:r . . . i aill i -irl!v oi aa.1
ir w i nn to . to w in.
MM Ira rigarea lUalai the Mrrngth or
' il Mllltla.
Th navy department yesterday gave
out the figures ah"ttmg kj f.ngth of
th Mt, aallitu up to dare. This shoWa
a total f r.e ,.f 4.H1 , rn. era and en
ated mea. which la a gratifying In.
fr. m the ibn by the last
report Th nunn r uf . ftlters and men
by ttatct kt aa fatsaaa: California, tit;
Coa,tcBt. M : m. iie.rgla.
-' !.... Ut.ulsiaaa J S Marv
kaad. tm. k.j t, i- t.. ill; Michigan.
Mb. Xew Jeray. Kt: Jfear York, f?J:
Xarth Caruttea. nt. ohi... nt; ivnnayl
vanu. Mil Klvde Island, lib; South
ar rui ... . in m i ii Total, l it".
Assistant Secretary ltnoaaVelt rays in
n 4 1 'laois 1, ada tbe
lltt alth f rty thr. mmissaBMi offi
cera and i2J petty ..fflcera and enliated
m.n. The adjutant general of that
state recently made a r -quest that the
Cnltad yiat-a BtaBHI Ml. higan tie as
signed f r the us of the Illinois brigad
f r . ne nxrth .luring the ciming- sum
mer Ihiring HaaaWVahTl t..ur of the
lak- last summer he was pleased with
the allowing made by the n;,n ,lB an,j
other naval hrigad-s aW the lakes, ar.d
he haa rarummeadrd to Secretary Img
that ihe renu. t f..r the MUhlgan l?
granted Al le from the f.irrea shown
In the above list new brigadea are in
aneraa of f.irmatl..n whlh promise to
awtll the total to much larger figures at
an early day.
The OTganlr.i'i h i aux Hary grm
rf the avval aenlc is under the Imme
dlaie direction f l.i. uv r.ant Hibbona.
C. N. whose energy haa accom
plished much In s- uring state organ)
rati n and in the ham .ninng of the
Kdlf Into one omiart frce. rapalile
arnaller nathinal misers. It could be
depended ui- n m.vnly. he said, as a
' rid line of i.i, u' 1
In placing rr.ln and the establishment
of rlgnal stations f r coast defense.
In emtrg.n.y ' nine with the
regular navy. In hi iai n i art Itoose
velt said that the state ravat ml Itla. ia
the eTnt of a sud 1. n e m- rg. n. y. could
I u ' I at r f..r minninr thi
Thinks to the rr n-.j tnes nd efll
rlenyy af Ih chief of f net rears and the
eMef of ordnanr of the army the , Ity
of Washing' n I rmw r garde d aa be
ing well nigh safe and secure from at
taeh by wat-' The fortification at
rt Wash nr- n ind iherldan I'.lnt.
B th nopci'ic side of the lotoma
are n(Tl. tenrlv advan.e, t a,r to
r pel an onlia iry p.. t -f Invalers. and
In case of narrty they culd vastly
trengthere.l in I BaBBJaarwItwaM short
tlire Tb'e d. '-.. Ar. ..nsMered auf
B . nt t.i beep all hwataW vesac I b I land
Ih rang.- f r " i f th. national
raplta. MatwBWaf t e river haa been
Bhathed off ard pr. . - f..r m'n and
irrcln. at a ptcnt br'ow th fortlfl
tatl. w a'rea t; m"n'lct-d. si. that It la
PiaBabh aiaai f the ship of ar. anemy
wwbM b Mow out nt ih water bfor
It won 4 be necessary to use the gun
at tbe forts.
nr.ii mt in mim. r.oar.
Bat ar TBI e . I ike Paad Rather
Naaspttaa. aa Ih Other I4.
Washtngt. n. F . - t the SianUb
BsfBthsB Dai Ibaar aad hia ataff ar
Bia.ntamlng a calm attitude and ak
bag o allay every thing whkh might
baabMar aajllli atataaiiat In th Maine
aiatt.r Tasesntiy aa bBrtasai oerutied
at a am)-1 rtt whl h rrlghl bav given
th rrcsaad fer ff had rt
not Ween sawntVhed by tartfwl a t.n by
th awaaksB ntaVloJa at th place of ut
bathaiwt. Th egg-res.. . eietsttat rr.
IwBbs ba thla Wal c mmnnlir found
eaoresstrn against tne r'ramsn con
auiar agent located at that B int. Ua
dr ordinary elnumstan,. h woull
have brought the Indignities to the at-
btMhM af the Spanlfh BaMal here. In
whkh cat It -.1 ild of r.ity hav--haai
BBBfa the subje. t of aM ia! atten
tion In.tead f fo d lng. however, the
Spanith agent ap; ea'.t d to the mayor of
the c Ity and a Bathrtactac adjustment
e made without any aiptal to the
A fhtBalLh from Madrid trial Cf Min
ister Woodfcid giving a hamiutt in
hon r of the new Spanlh minister at
Washington. Scr.or Polny Hernahe.
atr.cng ;he gut-ts being S,nor Saeasta.
the premier, and two athat members of
ti. 'avtnet. Mat h po.iti. a: bxtportBBca
a a;- r-ht i to the i- id nt. and the
bcniu t "cocplad with the paBcafal ut
t'r .r. a of PYttlftllt Mf Klr.1-y." have
hi .i optimlstleally utlligel by the
Bill !eri.il pr. ss." rj'Jt Th.' Inn ari-ial.
a Madrid BeWBBB r. tik.;; th S;i;:nisii
rovernmnt to task for its "apathy,
contrasted v. Itli th- patriotic fe-'.ing af
the , luntry" and WBgrM tho niti ...s
agnlnst the hypocritical Yn-ikt Tc'.i. y.
which reilly ain-s a: tl.c it -l.-pend -nco
'itn.uing. The Inijcrcial 3yi:
"President McKlnley may r.iake and
reitrate protes;ation of frien lship
and BBctsV intentions, but his actJcBt
(nlradiet his words. Whttt the presl
iaM af the I'ni.td States it cajc.lini us
with word h- :urp tin hi? dagger :
stab ua b-bind. While talking COBCOTd
ha utiiiaea his Sundayr In IIIIBBBBl afar
prt iata'.lons at the d M ks and cant i s
the furloughs of the mar.r..-r. fan an
trust th. e who are pHWatlBg :h jacl
BBattBBof CBba ar.d fomfi e n hi Willi
and fiu:ui. ring xi ditloBa, ai ndlng
warship under the pr-text af frond
ship, and pr:- hlnir p. a. c?
" We mutt prerar.- fur war. Then, in
Bn time ti acc)ulie warship., but we
should fit out Immediately what ara
linve. . ndir.g the P. layo. O bsB, Carl, .s
V. and Maria T. . es to follow the
Almirante qutn lo ar.d X'U.aya to Cu
ban wat. rs. ami the t.rt af th fleet
to guard the peninsula. Tlie other
i He than ir.- '.! d.ness Is only to
Baa? the Ani rli:,n ganw whlih hi t
xhau: t our n-Mjn arJ c n Ihe in
! 'ijev.. of en! :i -. ill, .ul ti: kin;'
Lnvthing. How lotaj il.. t!..- govern
ment to an to favor the Ai.v-rioBn
pirns How lorg will the agonixir.r
ration tolerate the apathy of the BWV-
ri ro. nt " Tais Vingi nce fr. in a s ml
i fllilal organ ir mu. h ccr.im. inc.! upon.
Til.- Tux ftankly d . lares that Cuban
!:-.! -,n: n inittiir.i it.
No Tretli in the v.oy.
Hdladeli hli. K b. J-.. C.eurge H. Mc
iaddia f lb flfi- of QaottBj ii Mo
Kadib n A It'os.. ctton deil. rs .f this
it. de lar .1 that tii. ro was no truth
in the :at. nts eontaliie.l in a dls
latch frwM lb u. ton. Tex., that hia firm
had '.at- d l"ii...- i-.;t..n on account of
the pmhaltillty . f war with Spain.
MeFaild- n said the rumor tab graphed
from T"x-is hud prol al.iy l n ba?--1
on a iBaBBBBJBJ BB nt by the flrm to its
agents in T.-xas and ether southern
points lo "rne all limits" This mere
ly m jnt for toem to eaawl purchaalng
for tha day. owin to the belief of the
firm that Malta B NfM Ba a decline in
the i",i . k- t
Bad rtr lo LonUvlll.
LcnisTillc. Ky , Feb. 25 The
pLkit)?. drying aud steaming ware
boutes of the National Tobacco com
pany, with c intent', b irncd tcdav.
Tho lots it $1,000,000. folly insured.
Several employes were injured.
Tha Block Market.
New York. Feb. 25 Sham nd-
Tincet io London sustained stocks at
the opening, which obowed frac
tional gains in the railroad list.
Washington. Feb. 25 The comp
troller of the carrency has called tot
a statement of tbe condition of the
national banks of the United States
AfJ itaat Utotral Appalntad. '
Washington. Feb 25 The presi
dent appointed Col. Henry C. Ccrbin
adjutant general of it he army to suc
ceed Uen. Samuel Beck, retired.
Anluiats I'richt I. Slitirt.
A question that l::: eft. n 1 ocn ;:4:f i
is. aim kkbg doaa friirlit lat iu a v. ii l
c r. atiin-? The tloM- i 1 - r.i r vriil h
rurprivtl at its i.ri f iluratiuti
an- Ml MliiJ.ct to "BBsIBB" lilct laaBBBB
batskfB. A BaalrifhjB aft.r mniiiti.'
ritli flyiiivitiie BBartiatof halt ail- I ti
Run if we may ba allowwd a niir.. d
un lapimr drops mi the ntln-r side tif a
Ih1c. and begins i alinly to peek as if
nothing had happetted. Ynu would
thriW a ralibit aft- r h.-arin a -ii.ir,. . i
sliot wlitliug al-nt lt liiiuneli. - aad
ju-r i: ..magiiiL' tuM.i;.. fr m a y. !j
lng imt l would kei p mil." r. for a
wtek. but out it poi" jnito Tut rrily i.1.
ona a tho roast is clear. A fox pur
sued by li . 'uu.N lias b u known to halt
and kill a fowl iu iM lliylit. though we
may aseum' that his t u mi. .. v.t ri not
clow to Rtyuanl at the Mhwh We have
It ii ltd iuto thu.kiiu- a! Tit the vi ..it r
by notiug w hat t.ik place at a cover
after being shot over. Ml Mall Oa
gette. Tlr.t Walne Pen.lon Filed.
V. ahlr.gt. r. V ' . r - M.-. Harri t
Adams, of this city, the dependent
nv ther of J. T. Adams, a coal jatss- r
who lost hi life on the Maine, yester
day Bled an ajpli at ion for a pensi -This
is the first pension claim filed In
connection with the ! s of life on th"
1st .1 Mreei far ( ..111 1,, , at f kiragm.
Chirac . Feb IS Aa a result of the
col't. or. cf ?n Ashland avenue electric
car uiih fnnr "wild" freight cars at the
rr lmr of the Chi . ago and Oram!
Trunk railway. Henry Frlti. the rr- I r
ma- waa killed and two other pertoiat
Arald'a Brorno Celery curia hrad
aehea; 10. 2b aad 50 cents Bei,'
drujt ate re
TRAIL OF AN INFAMY
Taken Up by Uncle Sam's Sleuths,
Who Will Try to Run
Down a Mob.
LATE STAIN OH SOUTH CAROLINA
Washington Moves to Avenge tho Death
of Pott master Baker. Who Was Butch
ered with II Is Babe Because lie Was
Black State Authorities Also Wake I p
Latest Account of the Atrocity Wom
an Incites Her Husband to Murder.
Washington. Feb. 23. The postofllce
department has directed Inspector
Williams, at Chattanooga. Tenn., to de
tail another inspector to proceed to
Lake City, S. C, and assist Mr. If aye,
who arrived there Wednesday night, to
conduct the investigation into the mur
der of Postmaster i'.aker ar.d the burn
ing of the postofllee. A singular coin
cidence in the case of Baker is that on
Feb. H, the day of the night on which
he was murdered, he wrote a letter to
the BOBtaflaSa department saying that
his lifa had been threatened and asking
that tha government extend fome pro
tection to him. This letter came to
hand Wednesday aficrnoun. Senator
MfTaiirlli, of South Carolina, was
among Postmattcr-General Gary's call
ers yesterday and expressed his horror
at the crime in which liaker lost his
life. He asked that the department us
every means at its command to dis
cover the perpetrators Of the outrage,
and assured General Gary that he
would do everything in his power to as-si-t
A dispatch was received from In
spector Mnye at I-Jke City yesterday
aftenkOOB saying that he was pursuing
the Investigation directed by tho de
partment. There was no clue to the
Bcrpatratora, and r.o part of the post
ollice property had been recovered. The
coroner's juty. v. hleh is investigating
the crime, had adjourned until 12
Latest -tiirv of t lie lie hiili-m.
Columbia. S. C, Feb. 25. As socn as
he read of the murder of IWmaster
liaker aad his cltSd at Lake City. Gov
ernor Elfljrbee offered a reward of $;oo
for the conviction cf one or more of
the murdering mob. 'Kvery ir.erriber
of that mob should he hung," is the
comment heard on all sides. There is
int. nn- ii.ii.:t.ation. The I 'dies of lia
ker and the infant, cbarud ;:nd black
ened, were taken to their former homo
In norcuoa, The story of Mrs. Baker
cntirms the lirst reports. She was
awakened by the flames. When her
haabaad ran out lie was shot dl ad. The
same bullet thnt pierced her child's
brabi bn kg her arm.
Another tdjot in the leg birught her
to tha rround. nr.d she would have
burned had not negro neighbors
dragged her from the ride of the build
ing. The boy is the most s- rii-usly
wounded, laving a bullet in the abdo
men, besides a brtketi arm. The eldest
girl, Rnatlla. has a broken arm and
leg. Tho other wounded child was shot
through the right hand.
Tiirt.s shoot tm o m i k i:r.s.
Kills One anil fatally Uonnil. the Other -
Iwolted by Mi WiTe.
Doyb stown. Pa.. Feb 8L At BuraoB
ville Wednesday night Adam Weaver
shot ar.d kill, d Erwin IfoBdaaa, a dep
uty constable, and fatally wounded
Constable ftthsrhoB. Weaver was ar
resttd a abort time ajj i charged with
rol.bir.g the residence of Henry Mills,
and i. as out on ball. Wednesday 'on
stable Athi-rholt. accompanied by Kr
win Mondeau. Ill Bel It 011 and Will
iam Glassmeycr. went to Weaver's
house to an est him en a beach war
rant. Weaver having failed to appear
at the recent term of court to answer a
charge of l uirrlary. The latter threat
en 1 to shi at any person w ho dared lay
hands on him. His wife at the same
time said she would give the officers
five minutes to leave the house.
Moser tried to petBBBda Weaver to go
with the constable, and he had about
made up his mind to submit to arrest
B hen his B ife stepped forw ard and
eaid: "The five minutes are up, shoot!
shoot!" The officers seized the des
perado and a territlo fight ensued,
durinc which Mondeau was shot
through th..- 1-e art nnd Atherholt In the
head. During the fight Mrs. Weaver
was throwing stones at the officers and
pairing hot water over tie in. During
the excitement Weaver cm ai "d to the
wood. His uife and five children also
disappeared. Mond-au ar.d Atherholt
were promir.'-nt bkTBkCra and the com
munity is thoroughly excited over the
It is ecouomv to p'otit hy the ax
perie' co of others. Thousand have
been cured by Hiod's Sarsaparilla,
why not you?
Snbicribe for The Akqi's
BVBTrat nt kaeKifeiaje. r '
oioilpti ur nncuioint.
i Davenport Health Institute I
Crsarlstlt i.C r. Cat vrlt. Tirt
- - - - aawBaHi aii ataaawaaj
CesBT'l, S-a-w. rwaha. Svc Slei-h.
' ! ' '. liHe s-rtfim I.uOTSai sirf hiul
S4 at ia rvi. s. -r . l - -aVl !
wsi" 4 Omcm-i. Ski.
.-. i , ... ,. , ., i a si -u j la X
!- .11 ass m aauuiai 1
"-l-'l . ft.'
-V .?0"'"0'. '&
Everything must go. We need
the room for Spring Goods, which
are commencing to arrive.
GREETS YOU AT THE
At no time before
could you secure such
Immense values la
Parlor and Music Cabinets,
Bed Room Suits,
Odd Dressers, Etc.
If It cornea from the
Big Store you know
you have gotten the
most and best for
2. SVi Brady Street.
All odds and ends in Suits and
Overcoats laid on separate tables.
from 33 1-3 to
ADVERTISERS OF FACTS".
BUY SEEDS EARLY.
To get good reliable seeds is the most essential part of your business. Mcxket
gardeners who aw very purtimlar about purchasing their seeds should buy eirly
Lkiuis Hanssen, at SIS aad 215 west teeoud street, Oavenporl. hVa wide reputa
tion among gaidners, truckers and farmers has been established for many jpsis,
and as his leading baim.ss principal has always btn to supply only the very
highest clas, ' of seeds, and the tact that he lias commanded the leading whole
sale and market garduers trade in the leighboring country tor nearly a half a
century, should justify Ms claim to tne patronage of those who haven't yet ex
perienced the advantage of dealing WttH him. Send oe call for a catalogue,
which will be delivered free.
LOUIS HA IVTS SEN'S StINS,
Second, between Main and Harrison Sts, DAVENPORT
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from our brewery. It la the favorite
of tbe laborer, tbe epicure, the rich man an 1 the poor man.
Its flavor ia delicious, ita "bidy" right to please all tastes.
ytt Hade right here at home of the tiooat malt and choicest hops,
and by tbe most advanced process; why shouldn't "ROCK
ISLAND" be the best?
See Oar Line of Wall Paper.
Whenever you see wail paper of cx'.ra choice,
design or finish, extra ri. haess, y u ir. ay depend
that It came from the big store of ttas
ADAMS Wall Paper Co.
50 Per Cent
RCCK ISLAND BREWING CO
810, 812, 814 TWENTIETH ST.