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THE ABOTJS SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1899.
McCASKRIN & McCASKRM,
Attorney! at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Bock Island offlea
otr KreU Hath a store. Milan offloe on
. C COWBBXLT. .
Attorneys at Law.
Money leaned Office over Thomas-' drug
tore, corner ol Second arena and Seven
JACKSON & HURST,
A ttorneys at Law.
Office in Rock bland National Bank Build
M. I. LCDOLPH. OK. K ITOLW,
LUDOLP1I & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal traatneea. No
try puDtic. kuv second btbuub, bi
a D.iwiiair. auwtuit.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorney and Counsellor, at La.
Office In Bengstou Block.
c. b. haiwhaix.
Euie a AttornCT.
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security; make eollee-
tl us. Reference. Mitchell Sc Lynde, bankers.
nice, niwDcu m ijnuc buiuuui.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Iila-.d.
Mltcuell A Lynae building.
F. II. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 1987. Office, Wl Twentieth
atreet. I 'race noura: iu to is a. m. ; iwi uu
7 to 8 p. m. Sunday, 8:30 to :S0 a. m.; 1:80 to
Z p. m.
. J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office 107 Second avenue. Residence Boo
T venty-fourtb street. Telephone Ilia Offloe
uours from 10 to li a m; x to p. m; ana t to s
p. n. Sundays 0 to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
, Homoeorathla Physic', aa.
Special attention to diseases of women and
Children, aim OImuci of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office hours V:30 to 12 a. nv, I to 4 p.
m. til Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
j. m. BUI It II tBT, u. D ...
. MH8. HAOA M. BCBKHABT, M. D.
DRS. BURKUART & BURKHART.
Office Tremann block. Office hours 8 to l
a. m., I to 5 end 7 to 0 p. m. 's'hone No. 4088.
Rock Island, 111. Might calls answered front
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surf eoo.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 0 to II a. m.,
S to 4 p. m. and 1 to 8 p. m. Night calls from
uffioe. Phone 4084.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
AU diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surirlcal operations per
formed in a scientiOo manner. Oogs treated.
All culls promptly attended to. Residence,
1038 Fifth avenue. Telephone 4oi. Office
and Infirmary. 1615-1817 Fourth avenue
(Maucker'a stable), opposite No. 1 Ore bouse.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and all chronic diseases of
m en and women.
Hour: 10 to 13. 9 o 4. 6 to 8. Sundays 10 to It
Harrison and becood streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORT11.
arper House Iharmacy. NIghtcalla
Over Krsll Math's. IT18 Second bvsdu
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS and la. Mitchell Lynde building
Office hours from 8 to 19 a. m. and I to p. Br.
J. T. TAYLOR.
Office hours I to IS a- m.. : to 4 JO p m.
tiaiocbtewcta street. Opposite Union afflor .
DRACK dt KERNS,
Architects and Superintends s
11ENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flower and Designs o( all Kind.
City store, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
An Excellent Combination.
. The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
Istrl'P of Vms, manufactured by the
California Fio Stkcp Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining- the liquid laxa
t:e principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing- to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strvnptheninfj laxa
tive, cleansing- tne system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
g-ently yet promptly and enabling-one
t overcome habitual constipation per
m. nently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, ami its acting on the kidneys.
liver and bowels, without weakening-
or irritating tnem, make it the ideal
Jn the process of manufacturing- fig-s
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California Fio Syrup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on tne iront ox every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN F RAM CISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KT. NEW YORK. V. T.
For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle
Colon a Sand
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from . Rock
Island on the C. 1$. & Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
aud let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stcne and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Coloua. 111.
Tom A. Marshall
AaOkluf ia. Ill,
Columbus Jc. Iowa.
Crlar itspids, luwa.
lmvn port, Iowa.
Krithburc, I Hi
"v general orncts
CIT1CS AND TOWHSArABOUT
tS TCl6tAPM RATCS.
Molluf , 111.
IU l-lcaMnt, Iow
Kew Uorhm, IU.
Kti Lndror, 11L
North Dradenuu, I1L
Fort Lyron. I1L
lnurtc City. IU.
l ekm, ILL
Kork I -land. DL
Fvu Creek. IU.
HL Aaewttaa, III.
Taylor Ri1e, IU.
Walnut Orove, IlL
West Liberty, Iowa.
Vauss Cltj, IlL
John Yolk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO M UrcriCTCUBS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard ood loor
lng ol All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
lil&ss. roushed t'late. liereiea
Plate and Art Glass.
hteenu ROCfc Island.
VISIT TO HER MAJESTY
Delegates to the International
Woman s Congress Go to
HUHDEEDS MAKE THE J0UEITEY,
But Only m Few of the Most Prominent
See the Qaeen, Anions Them Miss An
thony Her Impressions ial Those of
BIrs. Mwall Queen Insists Upon All
Ilaving a Cup of Tea Balfour Ou
tioned About South Africa.
London, July 8. A number of the
American, Colonial and Continental
members of the International Congress
of the private entrance. A quarter of
to pay their re
spects to the
queen. Lady Ab
a trip to Windsor
noon, when her
to the suggestion
that she should
through the quad
rangleof the cas
and receive a few
of the more
gates. It was em AR-rnrn btggk.
about twenty minutes past 5 when the
delegates tcok up a position in front
of the private entrance. A quarter of
an hour later her majesty appeared and
I.ady Aberdeen made the presentations.
SI las Anthony Felt m Thrill.
Miss Susan B. Anthony, who, with
Mrs. May Wright Sewall. the newly
elected president of the congress, en
joyed the privilege of presentation, said
to the correspondent or the Associated
Press last evening: "I had never seen
the queen before, and could not but
feel a thrill when looking into herwon-
cerful face I saw her as her life is
going out welcoming the women's
movement which is the precursor of
the twentieth century. What pleased
me most was when her majesty said:
Now I cannot have these ladies who
are visiting me return without giving
them a cup of tea.'
Iler Msjexty Has Her XYmy.
"Sir Arthur Bigge. the queen's pri
vate secretary, replied: 'But. your ma
jesty, they are here in hundreds.' 'I do
not care.' said the queen, 'if thev are
here in thousands. They must all have
a cup of tea when they come to see me.'
And we had it in the queen's palace as
a recognition of the great womanhood
of our country."
How Mr. Sen-all Was Impressed.
Mrs. Sewall said: "The queen looked
ten years younger tnan when I saw
her ten years ago. Every line in her
face displayed serenity, sweetness and
pleasure. She looked us each full in
the eyes, with a quick, keen glance. Her
voice is melodious, and there is a total
absence of certain lines of the mouth
shown in moot photographs of her, in
dicating disdain. 1 he whole bearing
of her majesty was a symbol that she
who has governed the mightiest of em
pires for sixty-three years has finally
recognized intuitively that she crowns
her work in recognizing the claims of
her sex to equal rights with men. With
what womanly pride we joined in 'God
Save the Queen.' The impression we
all carried away of the greatest wom
an of the century was of strong intel
lect governing fine and womanly sentiments."
deeply touched by the telegram your
imperial majesty addressed- to me
after your visit to the Iphigenie, and
desire to thank you for the honor dons
our sailors, and the manner in which
your majesty was pleased to convey
to me the impression made by this
r HETTY HARD TO CORNER.
Is the Conservative Leafier in the Com.
mona, A. J. llalfour. ,
London, July 8. Balfour, Conserva
tive leader in the commons, gave an
example yesterday of how to answer
questions without saying anything. Sir
Henry Campbell-Bannerman. Liberal
leader, wanted to know if Balfour had
any statement to make on the appar
ently official communication published
in the Times, giving the names of a
number of officers said to have been
ordered to proceed to South Africa for
the purpose of organizing the resi
dents, as well as the police and local
forces, at various points on the fron
Balfour said that under existing cir
cumstances it was necessary to "take
such steps as may bring the present
force up to the proper standard of ef
ficiency and mobility." Sir Henry then
wanted to know what meant the fol-
owing extract from the morning
Times: "The commander-in-chief has
been engaged in completing the com
position and organization of a large
force, which it will be necessary to
dispatch should the negotiations with
the Transvaal fail." and said that it
was "apparently a new declaration
of government policy."
Balfour replied: "I do not think
there is any new declaration of policy
n that paragraph, but I conceive that
he war office would be extraordinarily
wanting in its most ordinary and ob
vious duties if it were not prepared for
any emergency, however undesirable
and however unlikely, that could pos-
Commander George Richard Bethell.
Conservative, then asked: "Would the
right honorable gentleman say in what
circumstances the special service of
ficers are likely to be employed, and
against what enemies of the queen?"
Balfour My honorable friend , is
quite as competent a prophet as I am.
and it will require a prophet to answer
for contingencies that may arise.
IR.tXCO CERM.lX RAPPUOCHEMENT.
Kaier Swaps Grarloas Telegrams With
the French President.
Paris. July 8. Emperor William of
Germany has telegraphed as follows
to President Loubet from Bergen, July
"I have had the pleasure to see on
board the school ship Iphigenie young
French sailors whose military tearing
and sympathetic demeanor, worthy of
heir country, made a deep impression
pon me. My sailor's heart and spirit
of comradeship rejoiced at the gra
cious welcome accoraea me by her
commander, officers and crew. I con
gratulate myself, monsieur la presi
dent, on the happy circumstances
which permitted me to meet the Iphi
genie and your amiable countrymen."
President Loubet replied: . "I am
The Qaestioo of Responsibility and Pun
ishment For the Crime
It may well be that a man who could
not be called insane, but merely, say.
an ordinary member of the criminal
classes, with strong passions and feeble
intellect, would in the presence of an
opportunity long expected and hoped
for, the consequences of which hia
thoughts bad frequently rehearsed, be
really for the moment incapable of re
straining his hand. We should hang
him, nevertheless, without the slightest
scruple-, and we should waste no com
passion upon the absence of self control.
It is, in fact, impossible to frame a defi
nition of irresponsibility based upon ab
sence of self control without including
all sorts of crimes which at present are
punibbed by the law. For years back
there has been a sort of feud between
the lawyers and the alienists on the
subject, so that even the textbooks speak
of legal insanity and medical insanity
To take extreme cases, jurists bave
contended that no degree of insanity
should exempt ' from punishment for
crime unless it has reached such a point
that the person is utterly unconscious
of the difference between right and
wrong at the time of committing the
offense, while medical men bave very
generally held to the opinion that this
is not a proper criterion, that many of
the insane are fully conscious of the
difference between right and wrong and
that to enforce such a test means the
banging of many a lunatic. There can
be no doubt that of late years the rued
ical view lias met with a wider accept
auce than it used to do and that even
lawyers have shown an increasing read
iness to admit the doctrino of irrespon
sibility. But it is a very anxious ques
tion, especially in view of recent dog
mas as to degeneracy, how far this doc
trine is to be allowed to go.
The condition of affairs is much more
serious than some people think, and it
is highly necessary that those who ad
minister the criminal law should be on
their guard against any insidious estab
lishment of immunity for the violation
of its most sacred principles. In any
case of murder the presumption in fa
vor of banging should be so strong as
to leave very slender prospect of escape
for any man who prior to the commis
sion of his crime bad been thought fit
to be at large. If this condition cannot
be secured, it will become a matter of
grave necessity to take prompt steps for
the incarceration of many people of evil
passions who are now at liberty and to
render the utterance of threats a matter
to be dealt with by the alienist as well
as by the magistrate. London Hospital,
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8.35 8.35 8.35 8.35
8.50 8.55 8.50 8.55
5.07i 5.07 5.07 5.07
5.20 5.22 5.20 5.22
4 SO 4.80 4. SO 4 80
4.90 4.92 4.87 4.90
Chicago Graiu and Produce.
Chicago, July 7.
Wheat Open. Hierh. Low. Close,
July $ .72 $ .72 $- 72, $ .72
Produce: Butter Bxtra creameries,
ISc per It; extra dairies", 1515c;
fresh packing stock. 12c. Kggs
Fresh stock, 1212c per dozen. Live
Poultry Turkeys, 7(g"Sc per lb; chick
ens. 9i9c: springs, 12?S14e; ducks, 7
8c per rb; geese, S3.505.00 per dozen.
New Potatoes Common to choice, 45
57c per bushels. Apples Common to
fancy. $4.O07.0O per bbl. Strawberries
Michigan, fair to choice. 5085c per
16-qt. case. Black raspberries, 60 75c
per 24-pt. case. Blackberries 90cJ1.25
1.50 per 24qt. case.
Chicag-o Live Stock.
Chicago, July 7.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
SI. 000. SaWs ranged at S3.403.90 for
pigs. J3.753.95 for light. $3,5533.70 for
rough packing. S3.75i&3.92 for mixed,
and 3,'Jj for heavy packing and
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 5.000. Quitations ranged at $o.5(Ksi
o.bi choice to extra steers. S5.G05.45
good to choice do., Jl.70i35.00 for fair
to good. J4.251H.60 common to medium
do.. J4.204.40 butcher's steers. J4.65tfj
5.40 fed western steer. J3.S0I&5.1O feed
ing steers. J2.2".4.30 cows, J3.005.10
heifers. J2.S094.8O bulls and oxen. J3.7.
A4.65 5tags. J4.00C35.10 Texas steers, and
J4.50tr7.50 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 12.000. Quotations ranged at J4.25
(r.5.40 westerns. J3.255.30 natives, and
J4. 3597.00 lambs.
Milwaukee, July 7.
Wheat Lower; No. 1 northern. 74
75c; No. 2 northern. 72c. Oats Lower;
26et27a Rye Dull: No. 1, 60c.
Barley Lower; No. 2, 42c; sample, 41
Hav-Timothv. JlOefU: wild. t7.J0-
Butter Choice to fair, 14c; fresh creamery.
Coickens 7e per pound.
I Hicks per pound.
Coal Soft, loc
CatOe Butchers pay for corn-fed steers.
-mc&5c; cows ail heifers, 3Hctc; calves,
Subscribe for Thx A sacs.
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
Tb8 Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
DEMOCRACY OF OHIO.
Association of Clubs Organized
and Banquet Given to
Wm. J. Bryan.
JK0. E. M'LEAH OUT FOE G0VES50B.
Club Convention Denounces the War
Agralnst the Filipinos and Comes Out for
Bryan and Free Silver. Popular Election
of Senator and Against Trusts JjJryan
Gets an Ovation at the Banquet Out
for I he Iowa Senatorship.
Columbus. O.. July 8. About 1,000
people attended the dollar dinner given
by the Young Men's Democratic club
of Columbus in the Auditorium last
night. It was the largest banquet
which the local Democracy has had
since that given in honor of the 77th
birthday of the late Judge Allen G
Thurman, in the same hall ten years
ago. The affair was strictly democrat
ic in its 'simplicity, all classes being
represented. There were also a large
number of ladies in the assemblage,
The floor of the immense hall was al
most entirely occupied by the long
rows of tables running east and west.
which were laden with a variety of cold
meats, salads, and other accessories
making a very palatable repast. The
chief guest was Colonel William Jen
nings Bryan, at the table with whom
were seated also Hon. C. T. Callahan
and George Fred Williams, of Massa
chusetts; Judge Tarvin. of Kentucky;
Hon. Allen W. Thurman. of Columbus,
the toastmaster, and a number of oth
ers prominent in state politics.
Itryan Given Great Applause.
The entrance of Colonel Bryan was
greeted by an outburst of applause
which lasted until after he had become
seated. Hon. Christopher T. Callahan
of Massachusetts, was the first speaker
responding to the toast. "The Issues.
He dwelt particularly upon Imperial
ism, trusts and free silver as the lead
ing issues in 1900. Judge Tarvin. of
Kentucky, responded to the toast "Par
ty and Principles." When Colonel
Bryan was introduced there was anoth
er outburst of applause that continued
for several minutes. When quiet had
been restored Colonel Bryan launched
upon a discussion of the issues of tho
day in response to the toast "Democ
racy." Hon. George Fred Williams, of
Massachusetts, wns the last speaker,
his toast being "The Eastern Demo
Philippine War Is Denounced.
The Ohio Association of Democratic
clubs was organized yesterday with
General 13. B. Finley, of Bucyrus, per
manent chairman, and Charles L.
Swain, of Cincinnati, secretary. About
100 delegates had assembled in the
board of trade auditorium when the
convention was called to order. The
resolutions adopted reaffirm allegiance
to the Chicago platform, and "de
mand the renomination of that fear
less champion of the Democracy and
the people's rights. William Jennings
Bryan." The resolutions also praise
the heroism of our soldiers and sailors
in the Spanish war, and in the "un
warranted and inexcusable war against
the Filippinos, and we declare the con
duct of the national administration as
to the Philippines to be repugnant to
every line of the constitution and de
claration of independence." The reso
lutions denounce trusts and declare for
popular election of United States sena
Boom For George Fred Williams.
The boom of Hon. George Fred Wil
liams, of Massachusetts, as a candidate
for vice-president in 1900, launched by
Hon. C. T. Callahan In his speech, cre
ated a stir among the Ohio politicians,
who have been hoping that this honor
would be landed by Ohio.
John It. a "Receptive" Candidate.
Washington, July 8. John It. Mc
Lean, questioned yesterday as to
whether he would be a condidate for
the Ohio Democratic gubernatorial
nomination, made this statement: "If
the Democrats .of Ohio give me the
nomination and my friends ask me to
take it. I will accept." Further than
this he declined to talk.
NOT SEEKING Tilt; SENATORSHIP,
And Will Not Pnt Money into the Fight
Ho Gen. Alirer Is Quoted.
New York, July 8. The Times today
prints the following: ':Bafore his de
parture from the city yesterday Secre
tary Alger had a word to say about the
contest for the Michigan United States
senatorship." The Times quotes the sec
retary as saying that be had told Gov
ernor Pingree and his friends that he
was not a candidate for- the senator-
ship in the sense of seeking the place
at the hands of the legislature, and that
he would not put any money into the
General Alger. The Times says, de
nied in the most postive manner the
existence of any political combination
between Governor Pingree and him
self. "There can be," he said, "no polit
ical combination between Gov. Pin
gree and myself, because it would be
impossible for me while a member of
the cabinet to form one with anybody
who is not in perfect accord with the
president's policy, and Gov. Pingree
is known not to be. I heartily favor the
president's policy and have no intention
of resigning from the cabinet.
NEW CANDIDATE IN IOWA.
8. II. Bashor Will Be Put Forward for
Sioux City, la., July 8. S. H. Basbor
will be presented to the Iowa Demo
cratic convention for the nomination
for governor by the Democrats of
Blackhawk, his home county. Bashor
when questioned regarding hlscadidacy
said be was not making a fight for the
nomination, but would accept it If the
party felt that his name would be of
On state questions Bashor believes
the mulct law is but a makeshift and
favors local option in dealing with the
l-ptor question. He is a strong anti
trust man, and is also opposed to the
expansion policy of the present ad
ministration. While Bashor has sup
ported Bryan It is not believed he
would be offensive to the gold men.
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the sigrnatnro of
and has been made under his per
Trjrjftjtf sonal supervision since its infancy
All Counterfeits, Imitations and 'Just-as-g;ood are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worm
and allays Fererishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething; Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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Jobn CrubauRb, Vice Preside!,
P. Oreenawalt, Cashier.
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H. S. Cable,
H. P. HuU,
E. W. Hurst,
J M. Buford
Solicitors Jscfcsoa Hurst.
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rie old Fire and
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CHICAGO, MTLWATJKBK A ST PAUL Rail.
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Depot T wentleth street, between First and Second
tvenaea. L H Greer, Agent,
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STall anl Bxpress .. 7:40 sro 9:18 am
t Psnl Express :oo pm 11 AO so.
freight and Aecoaamodatlon 8:00 am 9. SO an,
"bally except Sunday.
noOK ISLAND A FBORTA RAILWAY
r uepct Fin t Avenne and Twentieth street.
S Stock boDM, Gen'l Tkt Agent.
TRAINS. ton Asarvs
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo-
rla, etc 10 : 1 9 om
Peoria, SprlngHela, St Loots
etc fliOSam 1:40 pm
Accomodation Fart Freight. 1040 am
Peoria, Springfield. Cincin
nati, etc 1:48pm 11:18 am
Fsorla Aeeom. Freight...... 7:10pm IAS am
Sherrerd Accomodation 5:00 am 4:M) pm
Cable Accomodation S :40 am 9:90 pm
Cable and Bherrard Aecom.. 8:30 pn 7:t6 aa
Passenger trains leave C B I A P Vol Ice
avenne) depot It r6) mtnntes earlier than time
riven. Trains marked daily, ail other trains
laily except Sunday.
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Chicago. Evaoeton, IlL
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