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-.THIS AKGUS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1898
McCASKRIJf A McCASKRIN,
Attorney st Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Taland office
over Kreli & Math a store. Milan office on
oujrsKLxm a. d. coxuklxt
CONNELLY A COSTNEIXY,
Attorneys at Law.
Mone; loaned. Office orer Thomas' drmjr
store. C4roer of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Bock Island National Bank Build-
WILLIAM L. LULK)LPU,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary punuc. 1U3 secona avenue, tJufo.M
r d. rixT. o. l. walk br.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office to DeQKtoo Block.
CHARLES J. 8EARLE.
CounrteUor at law. Office in court bouse.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; make eollee-
oiw. Kercrrooe. Mitcneu a L.ynae, Dancers.
Cfflce. Miiobell & Lynda building.
F. II. FIRST, M. D.
Pbyslolan and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 13G7. Office, 824 Twentieth
treet. Omen bourn: 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 4 and
ton p.m. bunday, 8:30 to 9:30 a. m.;l:0to
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office liwr Second avenue. Residence 800
weoly-lourth street. Teiepbooe 1110. Offloe
ours from 10 to 12 a. m: z to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
. m. fcundays v to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Speotol attention to diseases of women and
children. u!o rilm-ascs of eve. ear. nose and
throat. Omce hour-:: to 13 a. to.. 1 to 4 p.
tu. Sl'I Sixteenth tircet. Rock iKlaod.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Burgeon and Dentist.
AM dlc:v of hone and oattle treated on
an)irove1 principles. Surgical operations pcr
furined In a scientific maimer. Ooga treated.
All calls promptly at tended to. Residence,
tK5 r'lf b avenue. Telephone I on IM7. Offloe
and itihrmary. 1 1 S-1 1 T Ktftb avenue (James
Maucker stab e). opposite Jio. 1 lire nuiue.
C. L. SILVIS.
Over Krell & Math's, 171 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS and 13. Mitchell A Lynde building.
Office hours from 8 to W a m. aad 1 to 0 p. m
DRACK A KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner niock Second floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1W Second avenue. Telephone
McCoy's New Enropean Hotel
COR. CLARK AND VAI SOBER STS.
J. fTH-i'f- i it .!
One wloek rrom . K. I. Jt P. asdl
l at. A . vi. ft. h illread tfrpob
Tmprovements costing i7S,GD0.00 hae
just been compWVd, and the bouse now
offers every corvecis-c to found in any
hotel, including hot and cold water, electru
lip lit and steam heat In every room.
Rates 7S cents per day and upwards.
First class restauritt in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. Owaer aed Prprletr
TThjr let your neighbors
And why give them
chance to guess you are even
five or ten years more?
Better give them good
a aAna f-af rri!c n a trls
other way. It is very easy;
M for nothing tells of age so
f quickly as gray hair.
is a youtn-renewer.
It hides the age under a
luxuriant growth of hair the
color of youth.
It never fails to restore
color to gray hair. It will
stop the hair from coming
It feeds the hair bulbs.
Thin hair becomes thick hair,
and short hair becomes long
It cleanses the scalp; re
moves all dandruff, and
prevents its formation.
We have a book on the
Hair which we will gladly
If you do not obtain oil the bene
Sti you expected f rm t he use of the
Vigor, wntn the drw-tor about it.
FrohaMy there Is some difficulty
with yonr general ytem which
may he easily removed. Atiareu.
Dr. j. l. Ayer, lowcu, miu.
1 .... Ht4iairTfTi
Diamond Jo Line.
St. Louis & St. Paul Packet Co
cleirantlv fitted steamers between
above points as follows:
yoing North af Soon.
June 13. 23
Julv I. 1". 2". 29.
Aug. 7. 17. Z6.
Sept. 4, 14.
Ooint South 8 a. m.
June 18. 17.
July . is. .
Aug. 3, li S3, 81.
Sept. , lft.
Going Awrt at Jfoon.
June 1'. 27.
July 6. IV 24.
Autr- 3. 12. XI, 31.
Sept. 0, 18.
Qctni South 6 a. m.
July a. il. so, 20.
Aui. 8, 17, as.
Sept. 14. 2&
Carnival City Packet Co.
Regular Rock Island & Burlington
packet steamer W. J. Young, Jr.,
handsomely equipped, leaves for Bur
lington every Monday, Wednesday
anT Friday at 4:30 p. m. Steamer W.
J. Younjj Jr.. leaves every Sunday at
3:30 p. iu. with special excursion to
Mn.ratine, returning at Z p. m.
couuil trip, includin'r supper, f 1, or
75 cents without supper.
Acme Packet Co.
Rock Island and Davenport & Clin
ton and Fulton packet line. Fast and
linely equipped, steamers City of Wi
nona and Verne Swain. Delightful
steamers for pleasure parties. Boats
leave at 7 a. in. ami 3:16 p. m. Boats
meet at LeCluire. Round trip to that
point 60 cents.
To partiies of 10 or more, round
trip rate to Clinton 75c. Regular
Sunday round trip rate to Clinton 50c.
For freight and passenger rates and
all other information in regard to any
of the alxve lines inquire of
GEO. LAMONT & SON, Agents.
Foot of 17tb St. Telephone 1 ICS
IK EDGEWOOD PARK,
J I I I
I 'Aprs I
g 8V AVtWUC. -
Tha aiatt tfesirabl seerlM af ths Taia CUIaa. Ma
Dime seeded. Amply nasea a targe aantral tree
Sewers, water ataiM. Srdeawlks. etc. alreaav is.
ken bet bieh arada. witca aeuees la aetftisee
Iwed. Esaaiiy aecetaibte ta fcuses (nun at
beta cttiea ay lri-tii tiectrtc biiwj. Meat
Aasartana Cellefe sad 7th Ward Psblic Sckaai
Fi,.ilkma rtlSLMftca ta C 1 I. A f . dtoet. vata
aad rauas lnuai.atae ta U. S. Artenal aad ariacrpal
The mim lets indicated at tbtdinfl le tseve pai
will bs soM at very law arieas II takes eeoa.
A- If. KOIILEB,
I sew 3. Paat OBce lr. Kaliaa, Ci
For Governor on the First Bal
lot by the Wisconsin
HAI2 PACKED WITH DELEGATES.
Contest Is Terr Close Until the ZMt
res Counties Platform as Adopted
Makes Ko Reference to Asaeiatlos
Iowa Republicans In Convention Reso
lutions. Will Be Strong for the Gold
Milwaukee, Sept. 1. After nearly
three hours of speech-making; last
night, the Democratic state convention
nominated Judge Hiram W. Sawyer, of
Hartford, for governor, over Timothy E.
Ryan, of Waukesha, and W. H. Roger?,
of Madison. The contest was In doubt
until the rotes of the last few counties
were called. The fight was a good-natured
one all through and when it was
sen that Sawyer had a majority on the
informal ballot, a motion that the ballot
be made formal and his nomination be
made unanimous was received with
hearty approval by the delegates, who
shouted themselves hoarse. The bal
ance of the ticket will be nominated to
day and will probably contain one or
two candidates from the ranks of the
Populists. Though the report of the
committee on resolutions was signed by
every member of the committee, a fight
was made by a few of the delegates in
the convention against the plank re
affirming the Chicago platform but
After a warm debate a motion was
passed to appoint'a committee to confer
with the Populists on the matter of
fusion on the state ticket.
The first business taken up last night
was the report of the committee on reso
lutlons which was unanimously adopted.
The report in part is as follows:
"That the Democrats of the state of
Wisconsin in state convention assembled
do affirm our allegiance to the Demo
cratic principles Justice, liberty and
equality, upon which our institutions
are founded, whit h the Democratic par
ty has advocated from Jefferson's time
to our own. and we declare our firm
devotion to the Democratic principles
as enunciated in the Chicago platform
"We congratulate the citizens of the
nation on their loyalty and ardent
patriotism displayed in the vigorous
prosecution of the late war and we es
pecially honor the American army and
navy for thvir valor and Interpid brav
ery on land and sea, and we condemn
in unstinted measure the war depart
merit for the blunders and crimes com
mitted against the brave boys in blue
in camp and on foreign battlefields, by
selfish contractors. Incompetent sur
geons and vain, heartless army officers.
appointed for politcal purposes, and we
hereby pledge to our brave soldiers and
sailors who survive this war, our earn
est and loyal support to secure the pun
ishment of the guilty parties."
Nine planks are then devoted to an
arraignment of the Republican party of
the state. Further declarations favor
a new primary law to the end that all
nominations shall be made by a direct
vote of the people: believe in the refer
endum; the submission of all laws to
the vote of the people; favor anti-pass
legislation and good roads. Xo refer
ence to annexation is made In the plat
form. The convention adjourned until 9
o'clock this morning.
Meet In State Convention at Dubnque
Dubuque, la., Sept. 1. The eve of
convention finds all at sea regarding the
outcome, it is certain there is no slate
and combinations have been denied by
those alleged to be in them. Each can
didate must therefore rely upon his in
dividual efforts and that of his friends.
Merriam, of Delaware, for auditorshlp
is undoubtedly far ahead of other can
didates. The attempt to form a com
bination against him has failed. Allen
is his stroncent opponent and will poll
a big vote. He claims to have enough
to reserve to bring victory to his camp.
The attorney generalship is uncertain
and will not be decided until the votes
are counted. Remley had a big lead un
til within the past two days, when Sims
came in and is said to have won over
many delegates. Howry for railroad
commissioner gained much yesterday.
but it is Tielieved Sims will be nom
inated. Chairman McMillan is with
Mow ry and his strength has been of
great service to the Tama county man.
Resolutions will be strong for the
gold standard; approve the course of
the administration in the war, and de
clare in favor of holding territory con
quered. Governor Shaw is here, and
among other leaders are ex-Governor
Drake, Congressman Lacy and Senator
Rear. It Is believed the convention will
finish its work before adjourning this
Kew Hampshire Democrats.
Concord. N. H., Sept. 1. The Demo
cratic state convention was held here
yesterday. The committee on resolu
tion?, which had been in session from
early in the evening until 4 o"clock in
the morning, re-assembling at 9 o'clock
and then decided to report a harmony
platform. Judge John P. Bartlett, of
Manchester, presided over the conven
tion. Chtrles F. Stone, of Concord,
waa nominated for governor.
.Nominated for Congress.
Collin. Ma., fiept. 1. The Populists of
the Sixth Congressional district of Mis
souri at ArPleton City nominated S. C.
Book, of Henry county, for congress.
. Trooper Leaps t 5ia Death.
San Francisco, Sept. X. David Cob-
lent x. aged 21 years, a member of the
volunteer hospital corps. Jumped from
a window while delirious from typhoid
fever, and killed himself. He was the
son of a wealthy liquor merchant and
was removed from the field hospital to
his parents home at Page and E rod pr
ick streets on Sunday last. He was in
a deliriem all day, and about 11 p. m
after a severe struggle with his nurse.
rr pa-fed to leap to the street, a dis
tance tt thirty feet, fracturing bis
ekrull. fie died' almost instantly. "
SESSATIOa IS DEEYFUS CASE.
Col. taenry Coufesses and Then Commits
Paris, Sept, 1. Colonel Henry's con
fession threatens to rekindle the Drey
fus agitation more heatedly that ever,
and seems likely to shake public confi
dence in the army.' Even The Liberte,
a strong anti-Dreyfus organ, saye: "It
must cause the deepest pain to all hon
orable men that officers of such stand
ing show such a lack of moral sense.
It is reported that at yesterday's cab
inet meeting the ministers admitted
that a revision of. the Dreyfus trial waa
absolutely unavoidable and a public an
nouncement that the ministry has de
cided to initiate such a revision is ex
pected soon. Another report is that the
minister for war has declared that he
intended to compel the . resignation of
the chief of the general staff. General
Bolsdeffre, and his subordinate. Cons,
because, in two years personal invest!
gation. they had not succeeded in dis
covering the forgery and led successive
war ministers to pledge themselves to
the genuineness of the documents.
The Temps yesterday, asserted that
the disclosures made to the ministers
have decided the minister of war to
place Major Count Efterhaxy on the
retired list. Col. Henry was attached
to the war department when Dreyfus
was convicted, and he was one of the
prominent witnesses who testified un
favorably to M. Zola during the latter's
sensational trial on the charge of libel
ling military officials. Colonel Henry
committed, suicide yesterday afternoon.
CZAR'S PSACE PROPOSITION.
Ambassador Hitchcock Cables It Has Been
Handed to Him. , -
Washington, Sept, 1. United States
Ambassador Hitchcock at St. Peters
burg has cabled the state department
that he has been handed by the Russian
minister for foreign affairs. Count Mu
ravief. a copy of the identical note ad,
dressed by order of the czar to all of the
representatives in St. Petersburg of
foreign governments, proposing a Joint
conference to consider the question
of general disarmament. The full
text of the note was not cabled by Mr,
Hitchcock, but will be sent forward by
mail. Its character Is such as would
require something more than a mere
knowledgment of receipt and as the
proposition is one, the acceptance of
which would involve a radical change
In the foreign policy of the United
States, it is sure to receive most earn
est attention and consideration at the
hands of the president and Mr. Hay
when the latter assumes office.
Scores on the Ball Field.
Chicago, Sept. 1. Following were the
League scores at base ball yesterday:
At St. Louis Philadelphia 10, St.' Louis
at Cincinnati Washington 5, Cincin
nati 9; at Pittsburg New York 3, Pitts
burg 2; at Boston Cleveland 6, Boston
9; at Louisville Baltimore 10. Louis
Western League: At St. Paul Kan
sas City 9, St. Paul 13; at Minneapolis
St, Joseph 0. Minneapolis 6; at Detroit
Indianapolis 3, Detroit 2; at Milwaukee
Columbus 11, Milwaukee 12.
Farmer Killed While Moving.
Horicon, Wis., Sept. 1. John Koehler,
a prominent farmerof the town of Hub
bard, residing two miles east of the
city of Horicon, while assisting a neigh
bor to move and while driving down
a steep hill, fell from a load of house
hold goods between his horses. He was
kicked about the head and his team
ran away. The wagon passed over his
body breaking his leg, hip and arm. His
head was smashed and cut. He lived
but a short time. He leaves a large
Appointed by the President.
Cleveland, Sept. 1. President McKin-
ley yesterday afternoon appointed C. D.
Woodward as one of the commission
ers to represent this government at the
Paris exposition. The title is that of
assistant commissioner general and the
position is one of trust, and requiring
great executive ability. Mr. Woodward
is a professor at Columbia university
and is well known in art and literature.
Big Fire at Buffalo.
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept, 1. Fire, smoke
and water ruined or damaged about
$200,000 worth of flour in the New York
Central freight house on River street
yesterday afternoon. The flour, which
is owned by three Minneapolis compan
ies, was fujly insured.
II. M. Lund, of Chicago, committed
suicide, near Chesterton, Ind.
Albert Du Kat. reported to be a cen
tenarian, hanged himself at Chicago.
Fire in a building at Greenwich ave
nue and Twelfth street. New York, oc
cupied by R. R. Macy & Co., did $75,
A receiver has been appointed for
the American Life association of Syra
cuse, xv. x., at the instance of the state
Joseph Kaiser, of Lexington, Ky.. was
run over and instantly killed at Petos
key, Mich., by the Charlevoix dummy
car. His head was completely torn off.
Frank A. Nichols, a filer in the stave
mill of the Buckley & Douglas Lumber
company at Manistee. "Mich., met in
stant death by the bursting of an emery.
A report comes from London that an
Anglo-American trust to control the
output and sale of sewing machine.
knitting machine and all other kinds of
needles is being formed.
Mrs. Melvlna Wilcox Curtis, wife of
Dr. Harvey Curtis, president of Knox
college from 1S59 to 1862, died at Gales
burg. Ills., aged 78 years. She was for
merly principal of Knox seminary.
Wilson McDill, a volunteer of the
Fifty-second Iowa and a son of the late
James Wilson McDill. senator' from
Iowa, is dangerously ill with typhoid
fever at the county hospital, Chicago.
The body of Mrs. Catherine Doerr.
wife of Peter Doerr, cashier of the La
fayette bank, St. Louis, who was an
invalid and had been missing for more
than a week, was found in a well on
Lempe avenue, not far from where she
While patrolling the lake two miles
couth of Frankfort, Mich., Captain Mor
ency, of the !'fe-!avlng station, came
npon an empty sailboat bearing the
marks of having capsized during the
recent storm. A pair of oars floated
half a mile distant, and the boat's lug
ger sail was torn into shreds. Search
was trade for bodies, but it waa fruit
less." " " " - . , - - - -
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THE BISCUIT DIDN'T RISE.
Toting Cook Thought to
They had been visfting and while
away had been given such delicious
homemade biscuit that the memory of
them still lingered in the mind. Why
shouldn't they have such things them
selves? The mistress of the house de
cided that they shouM, if she had to
make them herself. What good wife
would not be willing to take a little
trouble' to please her husband? So in
this virtuous frame of mind she repair
ed to the kitchen, and there she stirred
np her biscuit in the most approved
fashion, shaped them daintily and put
them in the pan. Bnt she was not ac
customed to this work, and it was not
strange that she should forget some of
the ingredients. It was the baking pow
der, a small but somewhat important
item in the construction of light bis
cuit. She did not once think of it until
the biscuit had been in the oven a few
moments. Then, as she stood gazing
admiringly at the outside of the range,
which contained this precions proof of
her cnlinary skill, she suddenly ex
"There, I forgot all about the baking
That would have been a heartbreak
ing thought to most housewives, bnt
not to this one. She was a woman 01
"Never mind, 6be said aa she hur
riedly thought over various ways of
mending matters: "those biscuit have
only been in a short time, and I will
lust sprinkle the baking powder over
the top, and it can melt and soak in.
And she did, but the baking powder did
not. The housewife herself tells this
story of her cooking now with great
glee, while her husband, being a patient
man. never says a word about bis part
of it in the eating. New York Times.
San and Weather.
On the 1st of July the earth receives
6 per cent less heat from th.e sun than
it does during a corresponding period
in the month of January.'' But winter
does not occur then in the northern
hemisphere, because the sun runs high
in the sky and its rays full npon the
earth more nearly vertically than six
months later, and, too, the day is much
lonirer than the night, so that whilo
the sun sends ns a little less heat in to
tal amount wo get a much larger pro
portion of what it does give ns than we
do in January, when the total heat for
tho whole earth is greater. New York
Chicago Grain ana Produce. "
Chicago, Aug. 21
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low.
September ..$ .64 S .64 $ .6334
uecemDer ... .01 ;s .ora .oi
May 61 .64 .63
September .. .304 .304 .30
December ... .30 .31 .30
j May 33 .33 .33
September .. .20 .20 .19
December ... .19?a .20 .19
May 22 .22 .22
September .. 8.75 8.80 8.72
December ... 8.87 8.97 8.87
September .. 5.12 5.12 5.07
October 5.17 5.17 5.12
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
17 per lb; extra dairy, 15c; fresh pack
ing stock. 104llc. Eggs tresh stock,
12c per dozen. Live Poultry Turkeys,
S8c per lb; chickens, 77c; spring,
10c; ducks, 6c. Potatoes Early Ohio,
32t37c per bu. Berries Blackberries,
30(S35c per 16-qt case, blueberries, 60c
$1.30 per 16-qt case.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 31.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
34.000; sales ranged at 2.75S3.90 for
pies. J3.6504.O5 for light, I3.45!S3.60 for
roueh packing. $3.554.00 for mixed
and 3.653.97 for heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day, 16.500; quotations
ranged at S5.495.70 choice to extra
steers. S4.755.3S good to choice do,
J4.0&5.05 for fair to good, S4.25(?4.65
common to medium do., $4.00!g4.45
butchers steers. J4.Z5So.p0 red western
steers. S3.2034.29 stockers. $4.05t4.75
feeders. $2.0064.26 cows. J3,004.75 heif
ers, S2.7094.25 bulls, oxen and stags,
S3.504.5O Texas steers, S3.75S4.S0 grass
western steers; $3.00'a4. 35 western covs
and heifers, and S4. 5037.00 veal cabve
Sheep and Lambs Estimated -receipt
for the day. 14.000; quotations ranged at
S3.70!B4.K5 wejjterns, S3.00tM.75 natives,
and $3.75S 30 "lambs.
Milwaukee. Aug. 31.
Wheat Lower; 2so. 1 northern. 67c;
No. 2 northern, 6365c; September,
34c. Oats Lower; 2223c. Rye
Steady; No. 1, 43c; September, 2c
Barley Weak; sample. 3243c.
Hay Timothy, 1738; wild, Ke7.
Potatoes Vew. 40c
Butter Fair to cfcoioe, 15o; fresh creamery,
Chickens Sprlnir. KOQM.n.
Duelis He per pound.
Coal Soft. 10c.
Cat Ue Butchers psy for corn fed steers,
iijAc; cows aod heifers, 3Wfe-tc. ealvea, 4M9
Hor-43..Va IX 75.
Spring Lamb U a head.
CASTOR I A
For Id facta and Children.
Tts Kinj Yea Kstb Alwajs Bosgbt
u ti n
fcg the Stomachs andBowets of
Opmm .Morphine nor Mineral.
t"N"r "N An COT1P.
Aperfecf Remedy, for Constipa
tion. Sour Stomach, Diarrfioea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
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Eockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, III,
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Oonn.
State Ing. Co. - - - Rockford, III.
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patronage la sollo
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venne) depot in ftr amUes earliaf fhaa rime
stves. Trains narked a UtUy, ali Othsr trains
dallf except aonday.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled bj none. This
tone does not wash or aolor tha
wall with alkali, eto. Flans sent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 13 miles from Bock
Island on the C, B. A Q. K. K.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Iloom
No. 12. Mitchell & Lynda's bond
ATUUE BUEBALL. Manager
Eock Island or Colona, 111.