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- .THE ARGUS; TUESDAY, FEBRUARY -7.-1899
McCASKEIN & McCASKELN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Inland and Milan. Boek island offlee
overKreil A Maths store. Milan office on
B. C COltWBlXY. 00BXLT
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
' Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas' drug
tore, corner ol Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HCBST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Hock Island National Bank Bulld
n. l. L. t.rixiI.PH. ROBT. K. RETSOLOS.
LUDOLI'II & REYNOLD,
Attorney) at Law.
Money to loan. General leg-al trasine
tary public 1706 Second avenue,
m. d. twciHir. c. u wiuta.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Office In eourt bouse.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Load money on good security: make eolleo
ona. Reference. Mitchell A Lynde, banker.
Office. Mitchell At Lyndu building.
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will curs IH per ceat.
of sll cases of kidney
trouble: that bla Ca
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catarrh no matter bow
Jong- standing; that bis
Uudache Cur. will curs
any LlDd of besdacbe la
a few minutes: tbat
bis Cold CUra will
. - quickly break up scy
Tom or eom nna so an tbrourb lbs en Hre list of
remedies. At sll druggists. 23 rents a vlsl.
If yju need mxlical sdrics write Prof Munroa.
1606 Arch st.. Fblla. It la absolutsly Cre.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
Commercial and criminal
MltcbeU A Lynde bulldiuic.
ALEX II. UDDERS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law .
Public. Room 21,
Miner to lan. Notary
Mitchell & Lynde buildlnsf.
F. II. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Pbone 4 on I3H7. Office, 32
a' reel. Olllce hours: in to 12 a- m
7 to 8 p. m. Sunday, 8:30 to 9:30 I
S p. m.
; 2 to 4 and
,. m.; 1:30 to
i"They lit the feet as nature I
p HERE IS I
ONE VOTE TO SPARE!
Has the Paris Treaty, but Not to
Spare to the Roll of Its
KABILA FIGHT MAZES THAT ONE.
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office lVT7 Second avenue. Residence "00
wentv-rourtn street. Telephone 1110. Office
hours f rom l( to 1 J a. m; X to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m, Sunday. U to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye. ear, nose and
throat. Ofnce hours :30 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p.
m. X!l Sixteenth street, Kock Island.
BCKKHAKT. M. D . . .
. . . MKS. HADA M. BtTRKRART. M. D.
DRS. BURKHART & BURKUART.
Office Trcmann block. Office hours 8 to 12
a. m . I to A and 7 to 9 p. m. 'rbone No. 4w
Koek Liland, 1U. Night caUs answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office boors: 0 to 11a.m.,
2 to 4 p. m. nnd " to 1) p. m. Night calls from
office, l'hone 40M.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All dlcaxcs of horse and cattle treated on
approved principle. Surgical operation per
formed In scicntlllc manner. Kotrs treated.
All cull promptly attended to. Residence,
llfcM tMth avenue. Telephone I on 157. Office
and Infirmary. Iivirt!7 Fifth avenue (James
Maucker'a atabic), opposite No. 1 lire bouse.
" DR. N. E. STEEN,
(Jenito Urinary Surgeon.
Specialty Diseases of the blood, nerves,
kin. bladder, kidneys and diseases of women.
HfHirs: 10 to 1-. S to -i. r to X. Sundavs HI to li
Southwest corner Harrison und Secoui
streets, Davenport. Iowa.
DR. E. ;. MOREY,
Homwpatbie Physician acd Surgeon.
r Office: Mitchell .t I.vnde buildias. Hours:
10 to I a m . 2 to 4 p. ni.
Kcsidence 111-4 Second avenue. Hours until
a. m. ufier 7. p. ui. Telephone
Vll. M. A. IIOLLINGSWORTH.
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BIcLanrin Bad Intended to Tots Nay Until
AguiualUo Attacked Otis No Declara
tory Resolution Adopted Names of the
Opponents of the Treaty Record Made
Up and In the Prealdent'a Hands in Forty
Minutes After the Vote in the Senate.
Washington, Feb. 7. The treaty of
peace negotiated between the commis
sioners of the United States and Spain
at Paris was ratified yesterday by the
United States senate, the vote being 57
ayes to 27 rays, or one vote more than
the two-thirds majority necessary to.
secure senatorial concurrence In . a'
treaty document. The vote was taken
in executive session, and until the in
junction of secrecy was romoved the
lution by inserting the words "or to
force a government upon them against
their will." Tabled 46 to 30.
Bacon of Georgia then offered a por
tion of his resolution as an addition to
the McEnery resolution. "People of the
kind in the P.'ippincs." declared Gray,
"have no right to demand any more ex
plicit promise than is contained in the
McEnery resolution. I am not in favor
of goins with additional premises to a
people who are shooting down our sol
diers who lifted them from the thrall
om of Spain and carried to tWm mes
sages of freedom. I do not propose to
surrender to those whose guns are
pointed at General Otis and who have
killed our men on land and ship. Let
us wait yet a little while until we know
what may develop."
Spoor.er sp;ke in oppos tion to making
promises to people who have their guns
pointed at our troops. "From Informa
tion which I have now and I say this
on my own responsibility I believe, he
said, "it was a premeditated, precon
certed and wanton attack made with
the Idea of affecting the action of the
senate upon the peace treaty." 4
, 'The senate finally adjourned without
PRESIDENT HAS THE TREATT.
"TOO SURE OF HER MAN.
to Tell Her Important
but She Beat Him Off.
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell A Math's, 171 Second avenue.
DR. C. XV. GRAFTON,
Rooms 13 and IV Mitchell & Lynde buUdlntr.
Office hours from 6 to 12 a m. and 1 to 0 p. tu.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours 9 to 12 a. m.. !:S0 to 4:30 p. rr.
!I9 E.ehteeTih street. Opposite Union office
Office: Harper House Pharmacy
DRACK A KERNS.
Architects and Superintendent.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of aU
City store. 1907 Second avenue. Telephone
wmnjifmt' rmr rr"l
White Seal saloon
1S15 Second Arcane
Petition to Trobate Will.
1 tate of lj:inow. 1
Hoc is Island County. 1
Count v court. UocU island county, anua
Id the matter of the proliate of the last w :i
:iud t. staineut of i.ve McK,n:ry. deceased.
To aU persons whom this may concern Creet-
Notice Is herebv given, that on the 17th day of
January. A. I). ls-.H'. a petition was tiled in tr-e
county court of Knelt Island county. Illinois,
asking tbat tbe last will and testament of tc
MeKinstry. deceased. Ie admitted to protiatc.
The same ietitioti further slates that the foi
lowinjr named iktsous are sll tbe beirs-at-law
nnd leu-atees: Mrs. Sarah Fletcher. Evere::.
l"ennvivania: Mrs. Louisa Churchill. Kock
Is acd. Id : Mrs. MarvColhurn. Kock island. ;:i :
:iis Caroline Wilson. Kock Island. Ill; Miss
Mawie Wilson. IbK-k Island. 111.: IJeorire W 1
"n. resilience unknwn:Mrs.Diana Hart. New
ark. Ohio: and othr unknom n heir of Re
McKinstrv. deceased. You are lunher no:
' cd that the heurina of the proof of said wi.1
l;;is bivo set tv said court for tbe th day ot
Kehruarv. A. I). lite, at tbe hour of 10 o'clock in
tbe forenoon, at the court house in Koek
Island, in saidco.nty, ben and v. here you can
: ppear. if vou see tit. and show cause, if anv
vou have. Why said will should not be admitted
Hen ky B. Htbiurd. County Clerk.
Dated at Kock Island. January 17th. Iw
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
Tbe premium ryer of the state are maln
taioine a fund iy popular auoscripUoa from
which is oJered a
Reward of $200
By tbe undersisrned association for the arrest
and conviction of any incendiary In any of tbe
PKOrERTV OWNERS FIRE ASSOCIATION
Kock Uand, 1U.
JOllS LOWNDES M'LACKIS.
result was supposed to be nrivate. But
the vlre president had r.o more than an
nnunced the figures before senators
rushed out of every door leading from
the penat? chamber, declaring that the
treaty had been ratified. Some, made
the mistake of stating that there were
three votes to spare. There was In fact
only or.e vote more than was necessary
the balloting resulting 57 ayes to
I'ncertainty to the Last Moment.
No vote has been taken in the senate
nce that on the repeal of the purchas
lr.g clause of the Sherman law that has
teen followed with as close interest as
was the vote of yesterday. This anx
iety was due not only to the magnitude
to the question at issue, tiut to the un
certainty whif h cttended the matter up
to the last moment. Only the
elect few knew how McEnery
of Louisiana and Jonos of Xc-
vada would vote half 3n hour before
their votes were cast, and not even these
knew when the bells rang for the execu
tive session at a quarter past 2 o'clock.
Mar.y of the throng which was turned
from the galleries after the doors were
closed lingered in the corridors, all
waiting eagerly for the first news from
Inside. It was generally understood that
the first fortv-five minutes was to be
given to speech making, but the crowd
ppparently was prepared for this delay.
Intercut Intense in the Chamber. '
Within the chamber the interest was
even more intense. In advance of the
voting speeches were made by Ross,
Money and Fairbanks. Stewart, who
had Just arrived from his successful
campaign in Nevada for re-election. an
nounced informally during this period
of the session that in hi entire trip
across the continent he had not encoun
tered one man who was opposed to the
atincation of te treaty. Fairbanks
spoke at some length, his speech being
he first he had made since the debate
egan. He made an appeal for unan-
mity of action in order that the coun-
ry might present a harmonious front
o the outside world in dealing with so
mportant a question.
Hour for the Vote Arrives.
Promptly at 3 p. m. the vice president
interrupted Senator Money, who was
then speaking, to announce that the
hour had iirrived for a vote. But one
amendment was offered that placing
t!:e Philippines on the same footing as
Cuba In the treaty. Tho voting on this
amendment proceeded quietly and as al!
th- senators were present it was soon
disposed of defeated. Tho main ques
tion was then put. The only vote that
taused a stir was that of McLaurin, for
the treaty. He said he had been op
posed to the treaty, but the fight at Ma
nila had in his opinion made it neces
sary to support the treaty. Opposition
senators protested against this view,
but McLaurin was firm in fact he rati
fied the treaty.
Men TlTlio Voted No.
Following is the nay vote on the
ireaty.: Bacon. Bate. Brrry, Caffery,
Chilton. Cockreil. Daniel. Gorman,
Hale, Heitfeld, Hoar. Jones tArk.). Mal
lory. Martin. Mills. Mitchell. Money.
Murphy. Pasco. Pettigrew. Kawlins.
Koach, Smith. Tillman. Turley. Turner,
Vest 27. Absent and paired against
the treaty. White and Turpie.
On the motion of Davis it was then
ordered that the aye and nay vote be
mace public, and soon afterwards the
doors were opened ar.d the senate pro
ceeded with legislative business.
DECLINED TO DECLARE A POLICT.
ne and His Cabinet Much Pleased at the
News of the ratification of the treaty
reached the White House almost imme
diately aft?r the announcement of thi
vote. Postmaster General Err.ory Smith
was with the president at the time and
was the first to congratulate him.
Naturally the president wa9 gratified
at the vote and so expressed himself.
Secretary Gagecame in soon afterwards
and was followed almost immediately
by Secretary Alger and Secretary Hay.
Within forty minutes after its ratifica
tion General Cox, the secretary of the
senate, appeared with the treaty itself,
which he promptly delivered into the
president's hands and then retired.
The cabinet members as they left the
White House were jubilant over the
ratification of the treaty, and spoke of
it as a great triumph. Secretary Hay
expressed bis gratification that the
treaty was ratified, and said he only
regretted that it had been found nects
fary to occupy so much valuable time
in doing it. He said that the treaty
would now re submitted to the Spanish
cortes at the session which op?ns this
month, and he anticipated no obstruc
tion in that direction to the final ex
changes. Secretary Long said: "I am glad the
treaty is ratified glad from the stand
point of the anti-imperia'.ist as well as
from any other. The yery height of Im
perialism is to have these islands now
under the control of one man exercisins
absolute military authority. The ratifi
cation of the treaty transfers the dis
position of these Islands to the Ameri
can people, who through their repre
sentatives can give them self-government
or make any other disposition of
them that our own principles of gov
ernment and ideas of national welfare
Secretary Alger thought that the con
firmation of the victory at Manila to
gether with the ratification of tti peaca
treaty was sufficient to make the day
memorable. .Hq .spoke of the perils of
the position which the-American trcops
have been occupying for so many
months, while the fate of the treaty
was at issiue. and said he was only too
pleased now that these troops were fres
to protect themselves.
Proceedings in the House.
Washington. Feb. 7. Yesterday was
suspension day in the house. The cen
sus bill went through by a vote of 147
o 42. Other bills passed were: A bill to
extend the anti-contract labor laws
over the Hawaiian islands; to refer forty-four
war claims for stores and sup
plies to the court of claims: to create a
national military rark on the site of the
battle of Vicksburg. Grow offered a res
olution for a constitutional amendment
providing that peace treaties shall be
ratified by a majority of the senate;
"There's no use of your eaying
word!" exclaimed the woman of tho
house as soon as she bad opened the
door and glanced at the man Etandins
outside. "I know job."
"I recognized you aa soon as 1 saw
yon. Yon can't"
"You re the man who sold me a
washing machine six months ago for
6. SO that wasn't worth ehncks. It
"All I wanted to tell yon, ma'am.
"It wouldn't wash anything. Tbe
longer yon used it tbe dirtier tbe clothes
got. Yon conldn't sell me anything
now if yon was to pay me for taking it.
When a man fools me once, be won't
ever bave tbe cbance to do it again. I
can tell yon that. I'll sell tbat washing
machine back to yon far 50 cents. It
doesn't make any difference what yon've
got this time. I wonldn t touch it with
a ten foot pole, and yen can talk until
yon are gray. It won't do any good.
"Madam," yelled the man, who had
been dancing about impatiently, "your
kitchen roof is blazing where tbat iron
stovepipe runs up through it! That's
what I stopped to"
"Good laud! Why didn't yoa say so?
What did yon want to stand there talk
ing for when the house is burning up
Run over to that grocery store on tho
corner and turn in an alarm! Fire!
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Tbe Stacre'in Sbakmprnrs's Time.
John (Jburton Collius, the distin
guished essayist and (Quarterly Review
er, has been lecturing on the theater of
Shakespearb's time. Tbe typical theater
then was of wood, circular or hoxago-
nal in form, being modeled externally on
the general structure of the old amphi
theaters for bull and bear baiting. The
iutcfior was fashioned after the manner
of an inn yard. Tbe pit was scorched
by tho suu, while the actors were pro
tected by n thatched penthouse. The
Bceuery was supplied by tbe imagina
tion of tbe audience, but what was
Jacking in scenery was made up in noise
autl bustle, things being kept very live
ly in that direction. The most numer
ous class among the audienoe were roist
On tbe stage and in other patts were
fashionable dandies, swashbucklers,
writers and actors. Tlieso, it is inter
esting to know, always bad a free pass.
Tbe play lasted two hours on an aver
age, and, considering tho uoise aud tho
smells which accompanied tbe perform
ance, one was, Mr. Collins presumed
not sorry when "the actors dropped ou
their knees to pray for the queen
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ir a mass meeting of temperance
people at Kau Claire. Wis., resolutions
were adopted asking the mayor to
strictly enforce the liquor laws.
Hills for Public Duildings.
Washington, Feb. 7. A large number
of favorable reports on public buildings
throughout the country were made yes
terday by the house committee on pub
ic buildings and grounds. They will be
aken up today, two days having been
assigned; The bills include: Indianapo-
is, $l,2C0.C0O: Dubuque, la.. $100,000; El
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Robert P. Porter Reports.
Washington. Feb. 7. Robert P. Por
ter, who returned Sunday night from
Cuba, had a conference with the presi
dent yesterday. He reported that af
fairs generally on the island were in a
Corner Third Avenue Nineteenth
Bright Reading Rooms,
Social and (lame Rooms,
Evening; Educational Classes,
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14 St. Valentine's re-
Senate Totes Down All Resolutions Look
ins; to Tbat End.
After the serate resumed open session
Aldrich moved that the senate take up
for consideration the resolution offered
earlier in the day by McEnery. placing
the Philippines on the same footing as
Cuba and Porto Rico. The motion pre
vailed. Hoar proposed an amendment
providing that the proposed govern
ment in the Philippines should be "with
the consent of the people thereof."
A motion to lay on the table prevailed.
45 to SI. the nay vote being as follows:
Allen. Bacon, Bate. Berry. Butler. Caf
fery. Chilton. Clay. Cockreil. Daniel,
Gorman. Hale. Harris. Heitfield. Hoar,
Jor.es of Arkansas. Jones of Nevada,
McLaurin. Martin. Mason. Mills. Mitch
ell. Money. Murphy. Perkins. Pettigrew,
Rawlir.s. Roach. Hmith.Tlilman, Turley,
Turner, Vest. Wellington 34.
Hoar then moved to amend the reso-
Erltisb Parliament Opened.
London. Feb. 7. Parliament reopened
today. The queen's speech was read. It
contained nothing sensational.
Kules lor Itoinan Catholics.
Dubuque, la.. Feb. 7. An immense
sensation has been created by the pub
lication of a order forbidding Roman
Catholics to hold membership in the
Young Men's Christian associations, to
sing at non-Roman Catholic services, or
to officiate at weddings of Protestar.ts
where the ceremony is performed by
Wisconsin's War zpeuses Claim.
Washington. Feb. 7. State Agent
Mullen filed at the war department yes
terday a large claim for expenses in
curred by the state of Wisconsin in pre
paring its troops for war. The total
amount is unicnown. out it induces cost
of equipment, subsistence, traveling ex
penses and other expenditures.
Deal in Lake Vessels and Iron.
CJeveland. Feb. 7. The Plain D?a!er
publishes a story to the effect that a
deal Is undf way by which John D.
Rockefeller will transfer his vast lake
vessel and iron ore interests to the
Carnegie Steel company.
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CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST PAUL Rail
wiiv Racln. A Bouthwestrn rHvlaln
Depot Twentioth street, between first and Beound
avennee. L H Greer. Agent,
Call on or addree.
Mitchell A Lynde Block.
C. R. Chamberlin,
Teeth Extracted . . .
Absolutely Without Pain.
Full act of teeth f4.no
Gold Crowns 3.00
Hridjre work, per tooth 3 00
Porcelain crowns 2.00
Cold KUiinro 1.00
Vitalized air..v 60c
I warrant my double suction plate
to fit and stay tip in any mouth. A
written guarantee given for 10 years.
OR. J. M. SILVIS,
Ass ned by Dr. George M. Babcock
1721 Send Avenue. . Bock Island.
Of A McCabe s Dry Uoodi, Store
known lira and
Rochester German Ins Co.
German " .
Huff aio German " .
German Fire .
New Hampshire " .,
Milwaukee Mechanics "
Fidelity and Casualty " .
Rochester. N Y
, Buffalo. N Y
.Mancheier, N H
Office, comer Eighteenth ttreet and
Second arenne, second flooc.
SDr. William-' Indian PiH
Ointment wilitXre Blind
Bleedino; anc Itchlcs
Piles- ll atmorOM tbe tumors.
iiays tbe itching at once, acts
as a Douilice. tnvea instant re
lief. Dr. Williams" Indian Pile Oint
ment isnrenared for Piles and Itch.
ins of the private parts. Every box Is
warranted. Bv druas-iU(. tv mail nn re
ceipt or price. lAt cents and 9I.4MI. UI 1 1 " ,i
fUNUFACTURJIG CO.. Props.. Cleveland!, OSmZ
bo:d by.M f. Eaohbtu druggists "
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TRAIMB LSAVS AbhiTs"
Mall an4 Express 7:30 am 9:19 am
V- ?.a.' Ef preM ; 4:00 pm ll:B0a,
rreigntand Accommodation 8:110 am fl.SOan.
Daily except Sunday.
J3 0CK ISLAND A PBQRfA RAILWAY
X Ueptt First Avenue and Twentieth street.
R Stockhoase, Gen'l Tkt Agent.
TRAINS. Lsavs Aaarv
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc .... 10:1 pia
Peoria, Springfield, St Louis
etc SiOSaro 6:40
Accomodation Fant Freight. 10:30 am
Peoria, HprinK&eld. Cincin
nati, etc 1:45 pm 11:15 am
Peoria Areotn. Freight 7:10 pm 1:26 am
Cable and Saerrard Accom. 6:00 am -W pro
Cable Accomodation 8:40 am 2:20 pm
C'ab'e and Shnrrard Aecom . . 8:30 pre. 7:S5 am
Passenger trains leave C R I P (Molina
avenne) depot five (5) minutes .arller than tim.
given. Trains marked dally, all other trains
daily axcept Sunday.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
atone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eto. Plana sent
na for estimates will receive
caref ui attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C, B. & Q. B. B.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitor:! off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desiredi
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 12, Mitchell A Lynde's build
ABTHL7B BUkBALL, Manager
Bock Island or Colons, 111.