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ROCK ISIjANB ARGU
VOL. XLm. NO 269.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. 1895.
PBIOS TUBES GS3T8.
WITH RED HANDS,
As It Were, Twenty Filibusters
SHIPLOAD OF MUNITIONS OP WAE
Afeo a 1'art of Hie Capture Kvldenco C'on
cl"ive of Attempt to Violate I'ncle
Kim' Nentralltjr Law. and Snppljr Men
and Arum to the Cuban Rrbrln w
from the Island of Spanish Origin Iloine
ltuU-r llccoiiting Ac-tire.
Wilmington, 14., Aug. 31.-Twonty men
vr re brought here yesU-rilay from Perm's
Grove, X. J., and lmlnwl in juil cliarjn-d
.itlj violating tht neutrality laws 'in hav
intr orgnnizPtl i ln.tilr cxp-:litin to Cuba.
Thc-y arc still hen; in custody of the United
WnUs authorities, and will be nrniipncd
on Monduy. It lias lnvn nuspccted for sev
eral months that a Cultan iiliiiust.Ting
piirty wan at work in this eity. ln&t niht
it Win: learned thi:t tliey have ie;ilunrU-rs
nt T17 Market Ktrn't here, and that at least
oni", if not more, cxjHlifions to CiiIki have
b rn di.Hpatehed from this city. On Mon
day the United f-'tatii authorities hero
were notilicd liy Ileteetive (inylnnl, of the
I'inkertoti apeney in Philadelphia, thut
a;e.tiier jip''ditioii wiu nlwut to take its
departure. l)etii:tive (iaylord und several
of lii-i .iiiiK-iuHs cane; the next day.
Ki-pt loif; Wnleh on the i:ntfritrl.e.
Unit .il States li-puty Marshal Hewson
K. I.iiiinn and eversil nssi-,tatits,to)rether
with tin; police authorities, luivu lieen
Ki . pinira close watch ever since. They
m trn'd a ihhhIht of suspicious clmrac
lets h.it erin;r a()'iut the cijtar store in the
ja iirlihorliiNHl of tlie headquarters of the
junta, and discovered that one of these
hud trone to the oltiee of the Charles War
iter company and eliurtered the tug Tau
rus to carry freight to I'eiin's (ir.ive. They
shadowed the tut until she left her wharf
in tliis city at miilnitrlit Thursday nilit.
I! was known ls foii liand by the mithor
iiies tli.il tin" alleged filibustering party
was to wait at IViin's Cnve for a steamer
to uime from 1'hilad' lphia to take the par
ty to Cuba. Thuni'ineof tliis steamer is
not known, but it was learned that sliu
was not expected to arrive at Pcnu's ( irove
until midnight last uiglit. The pursuing
paity, tlierei'ore, permit!. i! the men tiny
wre watching to load their freight and
embark tlielr passi ng.Ts without molesta
t.it ion and saw them sail in the direction
of IVTIii's Unive, whither some of the do
ti '. I ve lunl Iki -ii sent to await develop
ments. Hail it Load nf 11 ns nml 1.4-ntl.
At ." o'clock yostenlay ufternooti Mnr
fhul lmneti wilii H vi ral imUluiilA, l)c
tcctivc 1 1. tvi.nl and Iwj of his a.--.ieiarcs,
:i:d a squad of puller under Captaia Kane,
boarded tin- tug .Mmtia and steamed to
Prim's drove. There they found the party
v. iiii li had cliarieri .1 llie Taurus, loung
ing u'iK.ut the railroad station and put
every hnnil.T under nrrest. When they
overhauled the rrr.';i..f in tlie hull of
Taurus tl.ry found liiat it cunsisted of
tv.viily-.- vrn -;isrs of arms, alarge quanti
ty of auinuiuitioii, provisions, clothing,
ct. All of t!.is was seirj utnltht party
returned to Wilmington. None of tlm
jiiisoners has Ikvii permitted to make any
t.tateineiit. and it is not thought that any
will Ik' i. to '. I hey are arraigned in court.
An i xp ili; am very similar to the ony
which came to grid -tiTiliiy put to sea in
the tug Id rtli.i about tim e wts'ks ago. and
it is iiader-tool that its meiols-rs were
nilrly lauded ill Cubit.
The iin 11 uuiler arii'st nre from Phila
delphia mid Ni'W York, and were arreted
under iinlrrs sued by the treasury do
Al'ToMmivrs iu: owe activu
12iH ti SiH-urt llomt ltult for C ha
hpanUh Military Nrns.
Havana, Aug. At a reunion last
night of thu h'aiiers of the Autonomist
jiarty till ngrcemetit was entend into pr.-
vi. ling for an active propaganda in the in
terest of the parly. An effort will ! made
to bring to tin ultcntiori of the Spanish
government the necessity for the estab
lishment of the principle of home rule,
thus, it Is hojied, satisfying the lilvral ele
ments and putting an cud to the strue'glo
w ith the insurgents. liy this means, it is
thought, that the insurgents who acting
in good faith have taken up anus against
the government may be induced to sur
render. Ollirial ndviees contain numerous ac
counts of lighting with the reliels. all of
which result in Spanish victory, just as
Cuhan news from New York, Tampa and
Key West is the other way. The most
important engagement tvportiil was that
of an attack of Ji insurgents on Lieuten
ant Cahauellas, wlio was at t In lic.ul of a
s-oiiting party nuiiiW-ring lifty, near this
Alta rat-in railroad. The troops were cx
p.t'tmg an attack, and although two of
their iiuiuNt were killed at the llrst firing
they formed in a hollow stiiare and re-pul-ed
rveral times the cavalry of the in
surgents. The attacking party divided in
t several c.imKinics and eontmuetl the ns
Mtilt on all sides. Though reinforced the
insurgents were cotuiH-llrtl to retire with
many of their dead and wounded. Of thti
troop beside the two killed four or live
Alien the action the tmops wont In pur
suit of the iu.-urgruts anil found seven of
their dead. Of the insurgents who were
killed in alight near tJuaiiuaro one was
Hiviid Lieutenant Jorge Castillo, st.n of
to iier.d Angel Ca.t.iio w h, was killed in
tli. lint CuIkiii revolution while att:u king
Kott Iaz:irtne near Ln-z. province of
Puerto Principe. Well foutiitiM rumors
wliich find credence in odicial iii:irtvrs
ftitte that the insurgent Icatlen. Uartolome
Maso. is displcosctl with thw pro.flings
vt t lie insurgents and has h it the island.
Another light is otlicially reported which
1 k like it tuny In- the Spanish account
of the buttle recently r-lortisl by the Cu
ban junta at New York, in which it was
said that a Spanish force of l..i had btvn
attacked by w.w Cu lie ns. who killed 1TJ
of the Siwmanls wflh a loss of only three
thvniselvcs. Theotliciid reKrt liere jsiys
that in Ct ja de Tana, provinro of l'uerto
lriucliH the insurgents ottaektsl a col
umn of S;anisi soldiers who were pro
tecting a train of wagons employed in the
transiKrt:ition tif ammunition. Tho in
surgents were finally defeated, two of
tiicr uiuulxr-bviutf left dead on the, held.
Whilj two wore taKen prrsoners. Vne cap
tured insurgents say that as their com
rades retired, from the field they parried
away with them two of their dead and
Seized Some t'ubau Mnultions.
W AH!3cTON, Aug. 31. 'ltle treusiiry do
tmrtmciit bos received ttlegram from
Collector of Customs Cottrell, ut Cedar
Keys, Flu., saying that ut the instigation
of the Spanish consul at Tiimpa lw h:u
H i.itl, at a point twenty miles from Cedar
Keys' l."o Kemingt in rilles, a quantity of
cartridges, and eleven kegs of powder,
which were to have Iss-n shipped to Cuba.
8afel- Landed hi Cuba.
New Yokk, Aug. Information Isrc
wivedatthc heiidquartcrs of the Cuban
junta that another exp tlition had landed
on Cuban soil. The details as received by
Tomnso Kstratlo Palina wen that seventy
one men had lamhsl on the cast coast of
Cuba armed with guns, ammunition and
supplies. It is said that the expedition
ftartcd o'.it-iuc the jurisdiction of tl.u
KNIGHT TEMPLARS FINISH BUSINESS.
Many Leave Boston for Home, but Tho-j-nls
Still Meek I'leasltrp.
Bo-Ton, Aug. SI. The twenty-sixth
triennial conclave of the Knight Tcnipla.n
is a thing of the past. The grand encamp
ment wound up its business yesterday, in
stalled its officers and last night the la t
goodbyes were said, and thousands of
knights were leaving for their distant
homes. The city was still brightly ilium
inntcd and the stn-cts wen; cro-v-'ed. but
many of the commanderics had disbanded,
probably ut least "i.ooii knights will re
main in this locality for somu time tor
busim ss and pleasure.
The grand encampment devoted a! :un:t
the entire day session to the discussion of
Constitutional revision. It was decided to
make Washington the headquarter of the
Knight Templars on and after 1S.IK, and if
no invitation is received from any other
place the triennial conclave will lie held in
that city. Amotion by Pa-t Grand Com
mander K. T. Ciiison, of Ohio, to levy u
per capita tax of i'." cents per year for the
purpose of maintaining the archive, in the
city of Washington was referred to tliu
An invitation was reccivetl to hold the
llrst triennial conclave of the twentieth
century in Atlanta, (ia. Tlie new grand
master :ipMint(sl tin; following ollieers:
tirand prelate, Cornelius Twing, of New
Y'ork; grand stantlai-tl Ijt-arer. Thomas
O. Morris, of Tennessee; grand sword
lieuror, Kdar S. Dudley, of Nebraska;
grand warder, Joseph A. I.ocke, of Maine;
grand captain of the guard, Frank II.
Thomas, of Washington:
Today the chief interest centered in the
Minneapolis when she was presentnl with
a solid silver service by tho Minneapolis
command. Ties. They formed ut !i o'clock
nml marc hit! to the wharf headed by their
bauds. From the wharf they were trans
ferred tothc Minneapolis, wlit-re the cere
mony of presentation was performed.
JIM HILL'S "GIGANTIC DEAL.
Judge Sanbitrn's Opinitoi of the lroposed
ST. PAI L, Aug. 31. Thu Pcarsal case,
involving tho Ureal Northern Northern
Pacific deal and hundreds of millions of
dollars, is "on" in the l ulled States cir
cuit court before Judge riulKinn. During
the argument Judge Sanborn called at
tention of counsel to tlie fact that the
(rent Northern proposed to buy one half
the stock of the rt-organir.iti Northern Pu
citlc, as well as the trallie nrrangcineut,
and the consideration for tliis purchase
was the guaranty of the stock. The court
could not sec what other view vould bo
taken of the position.
The question seemed to the court to be:
"Could the (ireat Northern buy the stock
of this company!'" and it seemed to the
courttii.it tlie (ireat Northern road was
lu ting in contravention of the law when it
proposed to tin this. Counsel (i roves for
the (ireat Northern argued that thisnr
raugemeiit did not glvcthetJreat Northern
ownership or coin r.d wit bin the meaning
of the prohibitive statutes.
l.etiinrlotttle Mmke of Lightning.
UliKY K.Mil.K. Minn.. Aug. 31. Olio of
the nio-.t unusual and closest escapes from
death from light ning ever recorded in this
state was wit nessed hero. During a heavy
electrical storm, while Otto Huffman
stood on ids (torch, a bull of lightning
struck the to of his head. te:iring his hat
to piives and tearing olT a lock of hair on
the back of the h -ad. near the bas. of the
brain. After this act tin; elei-trit; fluid
passed around to his bre:nt, blistering it,
and on down his right leg to The foot,
where it t re off the shoo, and passed into
the ground. Huffman was made uncon
scious and has Im-n so ever since, but is
cxpectA-d to rivtivcr.
Thought It Very lllseonraKing.
MlLW.vt kek, Aug. 31. At Jlii! Herman
Methodist conference Presiding Kldcr
Lamliert, of Chicago, gave an address in
wliich he stated that "quite a number of
young mcmlvrs have Iv.vome American
ized to such n degree that they prefer to
worship in Kaglish and join Kngi
churches." This was to be exp.vted, lie
said, and wouid prolia'ily continue, but it
was very discouraging.
Scores on Itase Hall IMaiiiond.
Chicago, Aug. 31. Following are
League bike bail records: At New York
Cincinnati 4. New York 11; at Hrooklyn
Ijtuiisvllie , Bnx.klyn f;at Htiston Cleve
land H, lVostt.n i; at Washington St.
Isolds IV, Washingtuu 5; sei-.inil paino St.
Ioiiis 5. Washington 4; ut Philadelphia
Cliicngo 6, Philadelphia S; at Baltimore
Pittsburg 1, Italtiuiorc S; second game
Pittsburg 0, llaltimore ID.
ltody of Itoht. W. Ininau Fonnd.
Sovth Beach, S. I., Aug. 31. The body
of Rolicrt W. Inin.vi, who was drowned
from his vacht Adt laide after a collision
with the steamer Perseus Monday wight,
! was found on the licach at this place yes
tcnlay afternoon. Thero was no trouble
nltout identifictition. As he was a pKid
swimmer it is supposed that he must havo
! Iveu struck by the steamer's piuldle-wheel.
' Kngiueen' Itrothrrhood la Session.
J MiixriitAL, Aug. M. The annual con
vention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
engineers, and Firemen of America Wgttn
to meet in secret session here. C. A. Wil
son, second vice grand master, of Peoria,
As It Is Understood by an Audi
ence in Kentucky.
COL. B2ADLE Y EEIUSED A HEAEIKG
Howled row at a Joint IVbate with Cen.
ilardin Republican Lxecutive Commit
tee Immediately C all OfTt he Series Keir
llardie, the llritish Soeuilist, Arrives at
t hirago and a Lively Strujrgle Luslies
Over His Lntervaliuents.
Kmixesce, Ky., Aug. 3t. The sixth
joint debate, in tl.c series of twelve which
was to have taken place between Colonel
W. D. Bradley f.nd General P. W. Har
din, ut Eminence yesterday was called off
on account of tlie noisy demonstration of
the crowd. Colonel Bradley was to have
tlencd and closed the debate When he
attempted to open the debute tho noise
and disturbance of the crowd was so great
that he was comiH-llcd to sit down. W.
E. Thonw, the Democratic chairman,
arose and aHaled for order, but the
crowd paid no attention to him. Colonel
Ilradley attempted again and again Ui
speak, six times in all, but failed to get a
Itratiley Refuse to Proceed,
Stving that any attempt to speak was
in vain he gave it up, saying that the
noise was more than he could stand, and
refusing most positively to proceed further.
Tlie colonel said: "I wish I had my voice
n minute, si) 1 could tell this crowd what ut
ter contempt I hold them in." Then fold
ing up his manuscript he left the stand. The
action is condemned by the chairman of
the Democratic committee as well as by
the Republicans who were present, and
they divlarc that it is an outrage and a
disgrace to Henry county.
Action of the Ztc publican Committee.
Lot lsvil.l.K, Ky., Aug. 31. On account
of the discourtesy shown Colonel Bradley
ut Kmincnce the following letter was sent
to Chairman Norman, of tho Democratic
campaign committee, last night from tiio
headquarters of tlie Itepublican executive
committee of Kentucky: " cV:.Ui Silt The
discourtesy offered our candidate for gov
ernor, at Kmincnce today, in breaking off
tiie debates by denying him a hearing.
Constrains us to cancel the remaining ap
pointments." KlKlt II AUDI K AKKIVLS AT CHICAGO,
Aud I'rccipitatc a I-'igltt lletween Itadica!
nntl Conservai ive Klenients.
ClliCAiio, Aug. 31. James Keir Hardic
is in Cliicngo He, came in last night,
llardie was met at the station by two
committees, one representing the r.uiieiil
element of socialists and the other the n gu-
lar eommitti; or tlie l mcago Jaltor con
gress, wliich invited him to this country.
Tlie radicals were the llrst to meet llar
die, nml presented him with a large bunch
of roses. Tlie congress committi-e saw
this nnd protested, but in vain. Tliet im
gress people then hustled the visitor into
a carriage and drove him to a hotel. Here
a hurriitl conference was held. Hardic
was told thut he must not attend the pio
nie to be held by the radicals tomorrow
afternoon, and after considerable discus
sion he promis'-d that he would not do so.
I!a!ked in their purpose to capture tlie
visitor, imd not knowing whore he had
been taken, the radicals also held a meet
ing at which a committee was ipHintcd to
wait on Hurdle today. l; will then !e
askitl which" party he prefers to deal with,
and the result will he immediately cabled
to his home in the tdd country. 1 1 aril in
was taken to the (treat Northern hotel.
Then- in the banquet hall Idled with
chairs, he talked for- an hour to twenty
IH-rsons. two of whom won scarlet riblxui
bows in their coats, aud one of whom gave
the agitator a big bunwii of nd nses tied
wi'h a scarlet rililsin.
M 4. Carroll, editor of The Kight Hour
Herald, the cllieial organ of the Illinois
state Federation of Labir, says that the
trades unions of this city an not in
sympathy with Hardic, or his teachings,
nor are tliey co-operating with tin social
istic element hen; which is receiving and
McKclwny on the Third Term.
LoNpoy, Aug. 31. St. Clair McKclway,
editor of the Brooklyn Kagle. has a letter
in tlie Times tliis morning in which he de
clan's that if President Cleveland is again
nominated it will be quite diffen nt mm
any former movement in favor of a third
term It will Ik' a popular protest against
tlie limit, the earlier reason for which has
ceased, he says.
!Siss'.-ll Ucu'.cs That Kepurt.
MAItloS", Mass., Aug .11. Kx-Post nir.st
er General Bissell has joined his family,
which is spending the season here. Bissell
says there Is no truth whatever In the re
port that he has Ixvn offered the place on
the I'nited States supreme court bench
made vacant by tlie dcata of Justice Jack
son. Attorney Lane Is in JniU
DECATl lUH ,Atig 31 Charles M.Lane,
actorney. has lseu arrested, Jiargisd witli
criniinallilel.cn complaints sworn out
by States Attorney Mills, Sheriff Nichol
son, Mayor Conkiin. Marshal Mason ami
E. Bn-nncnuin, for circulating libellous
handbills. A continuance was asked by
the attorneys pri.se tit ing. I-aue protcst.tl
that it wns a scheme to send him to jail,
but it was granted. lie was locked up.
Masons Have a f5ig l'rejert on Hand.
IloTON, .Aug. 31 The Knight Tt n
plars are said to be planning the estab
lishment of a great national university
for but!: SsAei to be controlled by and in
the interest of ail Masons, with a perma
nent endowment of id.(M 1,100. The scheme
contemplates the erection of a sufficient
numlrr uf fircpr.xf university buildings
to accommodate 1d,m) students.
An te Uors It in Z.OS I t.
New YoiiK, Aug. 31. The closing day ol
j the 1 icctvvucsl irrand circuit meeting
v.as marten i.y vjote turning tae rrucx
in in tia exhibition against time.
Many a girl, by nsing Zoa-Phora at
the openin;; period of womanhood,
might be saved from life-long suffer
iog and expense.
Marie Burroughs, the actress, has beaa
granted a divorce fnmi Louis F. Massen.
Obituary: At Carlyle, His., Mrs. Eliza
Breeze, t7; nt New York, Moses li. McLay,
75; ut San Francisco. Isaac H. Hccht; at
Saratoga, N. Y., William J. Nichols, W,
formerly of Chicago; at Hemistead, L. I.,
James Cruikshauk, of New York; at Gar
field, Wash., E. H. Viney,of Bloomington,
His.; at Waukcgan. Ills'., David M. Ers
kine; nt Jeffersonville, lnd., Kobert Mar
tin, tiO; ut Washington, la., John C. Cun
The Moscow Gazette is informed that
Japan has consented to accept 3J.U0O,UUtl
taels as indemnity for the rcliuquishment
of the Lino Tung peninsula.
And now here comes Treasury Auditol
Willie and says that minister to Mexico
Hansom cannot have a Ocnt of salary un
til ho is continued by tho senate.
The Home corrcspondit of the London
Standard telegraphs that Mgr. Zalewski,
uposiolic delegate to India, is destined t J
succeed Mgr. Satolli at Washington.
The jury to try Theodore Durrant for
the munler of the Lamont girl has been
completed at Sua Francisco and the trial
will Ix'giti Monday. -
The attorney general of New Y'ork has
begun suit to prevent tho American To
bacco coinpauy from doing business in
the state, holding that it is uu illegal com
bination. Tlie supn'tno court of South Dakota has
decided that tlie sentence of live years in
the penitentiary given Embezzler Taylor
is valid us to the jurisdiction of tlie court,
and that Taylor must s.tvo two years be
fore he can test the question of length of
Fnincis H. Hose, of Indianapolis, whoso
wife recently cloned with Myron Powell,
of Chicago, litis begnn suit for divorce,
charging infidelity aud abandonment.
II. M. Romberg, of Decatur, lnd., has
been sentenced to twelve years' imprison
ment iu Germany for whipping a German
oflicer. The oli'euso was committed before
IiomlxTg came to this country.
Dan J. Campau, Democratic national
committeeman from Michigan, says that
Doll M. Dickinson is a candidate for the
pnsidency on "a broadly American plat
form." The London Sportsman says it is stated
that Lonl Marcus Beresford has married,
by special license, Mrs. Duller, an Ameri
can, at St. George's church, near his resi
In the third trial race J K'twecn the Do
femWr and Vigilant tiff tew Y'ork harltor,
tho Defender licat her antagonist across
the home line live minutes in a twenty
mile run ten miles and n't urn.
The Salvation Army of Denver has or
ganized a cavalry corps of young ladies to
tour iu the mountain districts of Colorado.
Close of the liar Association.
DETItoiT. Aug. 31. The American Bar
association has t losed its meet ing. the final
proceedings lioing the election of oflicers
gndhOjtun-y, of Massachusetts, ls-ing
cieTieajivsideiit, aud eohn Iiinkley, of
Maryland, soiTetary; addn-sses by Kev.
Lyman Ablxttt, of Brooklyn, and Dr. N. S.
Davis, of Chicago, and a banquet at night.
Dr. Davis' address was on the important -of
tho study of medical jurisprudence tc
studeuts of law.
Cerman-Anic ricans Visit Ilismarck.
American veterans of the Franco Prus
ssan war visited Bismarck, ami four of
them wen- deputed to aihircss him. They
presented him with an honorary member
ship iu the Chicago Vctdraiis' association,
lit; thanked them for the honor and n;
quested the four spokesmen to drink with
him in silence to the memory of Knqieror
William I He avoided pel it i s in his con
versation, but trusted that the (n-rmans
iu America would never forget their
Old Shoes For New.
Inniatcs of tho llcnf o it Correction,
whea tliey siro tli.sehaii;ctl from that in
stitution, mo tonally furnished with r.
ltraml new iair of hn-s iu which to
start anew tliu journey of life, Tho
traders tdand t.r.t.sido the fjates and wait
for these discharged piisoiiers. Tho lat
ter are not slow to part with their new
hlincs in exchange for the old oucs offer
ed by tho traders, not only bwauso the
old shoos aro more CDiufurtr.ble, but be
can;:o tiicie is a luouey considertition
too. The House of Correction shoos are
stroiit;ly mai'.ei.mlcimiiiKmd a fair price
among woikiii.gmtn. The traders pay a
bounty of abunt 2." eout.;, together with
the old pair of i-hoes iu esthaligo for
each uew pair, and they make money by
the deal Philadelphia Record.
The Better I "art of Valor.
"Isn't thut Colonel Jones with his
shotgnn:-"' asked the editor.
"It is," replied tiio foreman.
"I think yuu aien'erht," said the edi
tor. "Snpprist! yon wt-.v1 iu the stove
there, c:id I'll just stqp up staiis aud
tee if the ry.f doo.-n't need repairing!"
Weakness is the symptom, impov
erished blood the cause. Hood's Sar
saparilla the cure. It makes the
weak strong. .
atresia of tanar Mkinc powder. Highest of
all In leavening rtrenetlu Latt at Vniui Btatt
OottTMemt Food Report.
Rotai. lurn fowDia Co., 10 WB 8L, S. T
We want it
And must have it!
THE LONDON is buying space in it's own big store. We must have
it. Our proprietors have been in the eastern markets for one
month, buying FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, and are still there,
keeping it up. The truth is they have bought more goods than we
have room for. Hence this SPACE-BUYING SALE. You want the
goods. We want the room.
I GUESS WE AX MAKE A DEAL.
Men's Suits, worth 20, 18 and 16.50 are yours for
Men's Suits, worth 16, 15 and 13 dollars, are yours for
Men's and Boys' Suits, worth 12, 10 and S dollars, are yours for
Men's and Boys' Suits, worth 7, 6 and 5 dollars, are yours for
About one hundred Children's Suits, ages 4 to 14, worth 6.50, 6, 5
and 4 dollars. Ladies, here is your chance, at
Store, where prices
Are the Lowest,
New line of
Carpets and Rugs.
& Carpet Co.,
324, 326, 328 Bradj St,
And Are Willing
our Big Store
LJtr 1 1 --saajr.'.Mi
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. Tha product is the
very best Beer is bottled at the breweiy and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may,
he ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
See our New
And Latest Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that Is all mankind here
v about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed In tha city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZIMHER;
Star Block, opposite Harper House
to Pay For It.
at a Sacrifice.
Call for Rock Island
Brewlns Co. Beer.