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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1892.
Bstate of Joseph Kinnaa, deceased.
THearideTsiirned bavin? been appointed exeea
torof the laal will and testament of Josxps
Uuin, late of the county of Rock Isiauil.
tote of Illinois. deceased, hereby ,rives notice
Fbat be will appear before the county CO irt of
Bock Island county, at tbe oXce of the clerk of
aid court, in the city of Hock Inland,! the Jan
aary urm. on th lm Moncj in January nei-,
ax which time all persons hvineelaias ae-inl
aid estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of havii.e the ja-ne adjusted. Ail
per-oe.- indebted :o aaideiai-.; are requested to
ma if.Ted'at' payrcent to the oridrrVBT.ed.
Tated thia 1st dsy if November, A. I. 189.
4 S. .MATTHEW'!4. E Teen tor.
many women suffer ffrcra Exc
8cant Menstruation; they don't know
who tc concu ic to pit proper advice
Don' essede la anybody bot try
J LAUNCHING A VESSEL
OLD TIME METHODS ARE ADAPTED
TO MODERN CONDITIONS.
E.-t .te of 'ETien Mtdldebam. Deceased.
Tli n-Heiene. havtnc been appointed e
euro of the last wdl and irtiimfnt of t.lien Mid
nAm late oi theeou-nyof Rock llar.d.eta:e
Illinois, deceased, hereby p'-es notice that he w.
ppest before the connty conn oi kock iiai
eoonty. at the f8ce of the tiers: of said eoart, i
be cite cf Rock Island, at the Janiary. tertn.r.
she First Monday in January next, at which tin.e
u narsons havina ersim as-amst said estate
sooted and requested to attend f or the purpose of
aaviag thesarr.e adjusted. All persons ind jote i
to said estate are req nested to make immediate
pay-nent to the andersimed.
td 2n ds v o November. A. D. 18S.
WM . CC MPS ONE. Kxeentor.
J. K. Hollowbush. M. T. Geo, B, Barth. M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
PHYt-IOIANa A5D fUROWS,
OUce st. Telephone 105
Residence Tl 21st St. " 1184
omck Horn :
r. Barvh I Dr, Hollowbush
tota.n. I 10 to 12 a. m,
1 to t and 7 to S r. m. I to 5 aid " to s p. m.
DR. C3AS. M. ROBINSON,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office MeCu!lo?h Building. 114 vT.adSt.
Soars: to 11 air ; 1 to 4 pro.
J. T. Mt-w. M. D. Uxo. W. Wheclir, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
w r r-rv and t --..-- r omen
flee over K-t li Sc Mis'! s Te epbone 1143.
br. wt ran rR wheeler
0 to li a. m I 8 to 10 a m.
e 5 and 7 to 9 p m 1 1 to S and 7 to 9 p. m.
les lelepbon; R-. tcl- pborie, 1V.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OfB-e Vrrer Iftee th "reet aa-1 Third Ave.
Succeels the Molint? -a--:n 3iH. f inrsnised 1SW
5 PEECEM.jlMEiEST.PAlD OS DEPOSITS.
"Vrraniz-'d und-r ate Livr.
Open from 9 a. m. o 3 p. .n., aad 'Vcne-'liy'.ai.J
Satur ay nihw from 7 to 8.
?otTIK trurn, - - President
H. A. Miwf)RTg, - - Vice-President
C. F: Hiiisvir, ... Cashier
Porter Skinner . W. W. Well,
f!. A. Rose. " ". A. Alnsworth,
G. H. Kdward. W. H. Adams.
Andrew frtberfj, f . P. Bsmenwiy,
Hira t Darline.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for privnt parties In the
spot of the vett by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHAIiD, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dakt. President.
J. S. Dabt Caiihier.
Mi'chell A Lynde. Bankers.
J. P. Rontnson, Castier Rock Island National
C. t:. Carter. M . D.
U'.nry Dart's Sons. Wholeale Rrocers.
k TTOKN E Y AT
E. FX. ;"!SXfEfi.
LAW Office in Mitchell &
' new blork.
J Af KON k HI rT,
ATTORVSr AT LAW. OfEce in Kock Islaiiu
Villon , Ban B'jiidi'if;, Knek Island, 111.
t.r.. SWWXVSi c i.
3Wi.SEV & WALKER,
ATT-.rtKiiS AND OoCNar.!-rRS
iffOfc ill fl'Ti-TOTT" ''"1. fiY. r.
ellJk 7vtirtt. 'a.'
AT (. 1 loan moTn.y oi- .'yx:
roiTCViffi. -ftitiCi), "W.'C'
t:-s. ):T.i 'i V."'"ifrir,s -l.-.ck
S. W. OIH LI,
TTRVEV T L Po-raurl of P,--t Byron,
and during t-i i-t tw.i 7i:ar ir.h the firn of
Irownia? A Kntrik 'n at line. hi n:w o-ned
i" "fftne in tb - .n i tori urn notidlng, riom 5, at
Spc'i5c tr PAiKrjL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY, StPrRITtzD and ISKE6UUB
Bool: to "'C'ZZl" mailed free.
EfUrjnELD RoLi.iri CO.. Atlanta, Ca.
814 it t.:: rrinutA
aOLD rT HAaTft BAH98XR
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery bi an old
prystcian Miccessfnlly csed
n ontnlv by thousands of la
dies. Is tee only perfectly
s-fe and rel able tned cine
diseovrred. Beware of nn
tnncD!ed drnenrista who of-
f infei-t -. mdicinrs m mace of this. Ask lor
Coos's Cottow Koot Comtocsd, take no sabst i
tnte. or inclose tl and co -ts in poue La letter,
and we will sent, sealed, by return mail Fu.i
sealed particulars in p;tn envelope, to lad e
only, t stamps Addrr-s
POND LILL CCVPANT,
No. S Msher Block, Detroi. Mich.
BoM in Rock Island hv Mtrsha'l A Pisbet. H
per Hoese. Harts A Babnsen 2Kh street and So
av and drngfisu everywhere.
Gneaaworl Haa Given Place to Fine Cal
culations The Builders Snpremely
Anwoi Moment Whfs the Vessel Is
Poised on the Ways.
The launch of a molern vessel does not
differ materially from ere cf o'Ui-r days
except in detail and eni.irsed repon.-i-
t-iiity. It is now a qnt.-t
ics rather tbHn of t.fr--oiii
is now a nij;tt-r of fi-;.;i
one of fortunate t.'.i;
struct or in th slays d
of the incl'c-.i nl:ir.. ..
Eel will pliilf by 1,
wars until ir
:n cf i.-,at.
1 rp.'-ri.-!."e. It
! :-:ioe rt.-.d r.ot
M The con-
!s w :'.x t M"ii:
iv .i - .ilfli t :.f ve--4-xrie'i'!":it-e
: not t:. thr- tci'. -.v n i ti.e
sec-rn to It r.-iiri; r.t i
adjust the size of the '.wys to sail Lis
fancy. Vessels tli:.t cost fr.-.;;i fl.(.:V..j:) ir,
f3.XiO,ViO nre too valuaLle f""r the runiri!.'
of lare risks, and hence the equa c t. the
me:httis cf appln-d math-
Ba Kept His K
There's a lawyer in one of the Interior
towns who has not grown rich at his pro
fession, yet he is by do means a fool. Some
time ago he happened upon a client who
represented a rich corporation in the east.
and the client wanted seme papers made ,
ont very promptly. The lawyer took the J
job wit n a snap. lor trasmess was ami. ana
he was not long in complef ice it.
Now let him finish his own story.
"In a day cr two my man came back,"
he says, "and was very well satisCed with
what I had done. So well satisfied, in fact,
that I Iwgan to wonder if I hadn't better
put up tr.y fee. Twenty-five dollars was
plenty for all I did, hut I thought I might
get more, and was debating whether to
make it fifty or pevenry-five dollars when
he pulled out a whacking big roll of money
with hundred dollar bills on the outside.
That settled it.
"Well. Mr. G he said, beginning
to skin off the bills slowly, 'how much do
we owe you?' and he counted, "one, two,
three, four.' 'Is that enough ' he asked,
with his thumb on the turn.
"Was it enough And I was going to ask
oniv fiftv dollars, hut I aidn t lose my
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Mine Wagon Co.,
A. D. HUESiNG.
C. J. Sbablb. S. W. Skarls.
SEARLE & PEARLE,
VTTOKNEvS mi 1 Crmns-rllor sf Law and So
liclror in Jbaicer; offlu CiJord's block.
t '. in' .t;'iiaiU -" ' : '
Represent, amonz other ilme-tr'ed and ve.
known Fire Insurance Cotapanles be foilcwinu '
Koyal Insurance Coai-ja-,. M England.
Wescheter Fire Ins. Coii.j.ajy of N . Y.
3&Ca!o German Ins. Co., Bnffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ics. Co.. Rochester, N. ".
Citiieas Ins. Co., o' P:rtbargh, Pa.
sen Pire Of3ce. London.
C'nion ItiS. t'o., of California.
Sefsr:H Ins. C.. New Hivon, Por.n.
r.'.'wsukee Mechanics In. 0.. M r.waukee. W i
iermuc Fire Ins. x.,of Paona, m.
flfl- Cor. 18th St., an.1 Second ATe
HOGS ISLAND. ILL
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVELAND
Re; resontirc ott 40 M:.l:on Do'.l'.rs
"'f Cnsh asset"".
Fire. Lifa, Tornado-
Bands of Suretyship.
Oi'FI.'E Ron -l."! itcle 1 AjLynJe's block.
K.k Island, li s.
pi7cecure our rat?s: they will mteres you.
J. IY1. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company ran afford.
Your Patronaee 1 soucitea.
matics, Tiave suppiantefi old tin e ways o
trusting to individual jucjjment and good
Three thir.gi tre ahsolately necessary in
launching a vessel in tid&l waters the
launch must take place on time, must be
of moderate speed, and all straining of the
vessel must be r.voided. It is in this lft
particular that the greatest responsibility
rests nowadays. A wooden vessel may be
subjected to a great strain, her seams may
open and, as a naval constructor recently
put it, "she may almost be stood on her
head" and yet escape serious damage in
launching. The seams will close again
and the timbers and planks adjust them
selves. Xotsowith iron or steel vessels.
If the plates are strained, the rivets bent
or broken, the injury is jiermanent and a
matter of the gravest importance.
Prexarat ions for a launch are begun be
fore tl.e keel is laid. The incline cf the
plane has first to be figured out. It gen
erally varies from cne-ha!f inch to or.e inch
to the f.xt. Vessels cf a lirg tonnage
have hss inclination than smaller ones.
The City of Paris had only one-haif an inch
inei-.narion wtea fche was launched. The
cruiser Columbia, so long know n as the
Pirate, and recently launchd at Cramp's
shipyard in Philadelphia, glided inio the
water at an inclination of thirteen-six-teenths
of an inch to the f.v. She went
down t he ways like a race horse. Mr. Nixon,
the constructing engineer of the Cramps,
planned to h.ie her in the water in thirty
seconds nf:cr she started. She n.ad? it n
t weiity-i.i;!e. M,re ve-s. !s nre Ia;;n hed
at fin irrlinati' n cf thr-e-iari ,-s of nu
t. however, thn fit .-.r vother .
! ,! --wcv say, i carelessly, pose you j Manufacturers oi FARM. SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
I skin off another ot;e.' and. bv thunder, he ' ,,, . m 1 J "aUJ11c
die and ci ucke-i that fee in my ffi iSWS
locket i:od tever let on but what -0T fees J .. ucanok. Bee the ViilSi WAGUN before nurchaeui " "
mti'ientals in mv
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R, M. PEARCE,
aoom 33 in Mitchell 4 Lynde's new.'block.
OR. J. E. HAWTHORKE,
Teeth extracted wiihout pain by the new
o 17 to Second avenao. over ivreu r Main s.
jRS. BIGKEL IsSSHOEmaKER
titchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 2 -31
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Plans and superintendence for all class rf
Rooms S3 and 55, Mitchell Lynde buildme
Pirate the we.ith. r was M)rr;n that there
was serious da: ger that tiv tallow would
melt and ri::iii.vn-. Mr. Ts ix.i l!.. reft re
mixed 15 per cent. sTcarine with it. lie
also played a hose on the taliow, and went
so far ks to sit up nights v. ith the mixture
to watch the tfject of the weather on it.
The stearine hardened the tallow and the
launch was successful.
Perhaps the most important element to
be considered in the launch of today is the
buoyancy of the water and its effect on
that part of the vessel which is still on the
stocks after probably one-half of the vessel
is in the water. Recently one of the new
English battleships of the 14.000-ton class
was wrecked at her launch. The buoyancy
of the water lifted her up at the heels and
threw her immense weight forward on her
shoulders, crushing the frames and the
launching ways, and reining the boat.
The modern naval constructor reduces this
qnestion of buoyancy to a matter of mathe
matics at onc. He starts with the ques
tion of specific gravity of the vessel. If
there were no water for the ship to slide
into she would continue in the line of the
ways until the center of gravity would get
over the end of the ways, and then she
would tilt. But the water keeps her from
dropping down and holds the vessel in the
line of t he ways. This water is the safety
valve of the launch, but it must not be too
safe. While the moment of buoyancy
must always le greater than the moment
of weight, it must not be so much greater
as to throw a terrible pressure on the for
ward end of the vessel and wreck it.
Having arranged all these things, a day
and an hour are set for the launch, the
time of the high tide being the chief factor
to be considered. Most of the props are
taken down and the vessel rests on the keel
blocks and one or two sets cf stocks at the
sides. The ways and cradle have been fixed
in place, and wedges have been adjusted
above the cradle and under the poppet
blocks on which she rests. A battering
ram consists of four men to a piece of stout
timber. These four men take care of four
wedges. The signal is given and an im
mense clatter begins as the men drive
home the wedges for Eve tuinut.es. The
vessel is lifted just clear of the keel blocks
and now rests on the ways. Alternate keel
blocks are now knocked away, beginning
at the stern. Another "wedging up" fol
lows, and then all the props at the sides
After a rest the third wedging comes,
and then all the keel blocks are knocked
down, the word is given, and the planks
that hold the cradle to the ways proper at
the bow are sawed off, and the vessel starts
down to the water. This is the supreme
moment in the shipbuilder's career. In
thirty seconds all the responsibility of his
past and his future is crowded upon him.
Those who know the intense strain that
rested on Air. Nixon at the launch of the
New York, the gayest occasion in ship
building this country has ever known, and
of the Columbia, realized what the big
sigh meant that he drew when the vessels
got off safely. Had be been a woman in
charge of so grave an occasion he probably
would have swooned after it passed off suc
cessfully. It took about 600 men to launch
these boats, and their services and the tal
low and other preparations brought the
mechanical cost of the launches up some
where near $5,000 each. New York Sun.
A Witty Customer
went. Jo a drug store and asked for OZ
ODONT. The storekeeper said. "We're
out of ht. but here is somet'.iujj just as
good." The practical customer taid. "No
you don'i," eutl walked out to a tieiiih
hnrintr ttore and got a bottle of SOZO
When Moore Sang.
In singing his own songs Moore altered
the arrangement of the airs, and sang the
first part of each verse twice over at the
beginning instead of aa a refrain at the
end. In that glorious song of his, "Oh, the
Light Entrancingf' Moore's own singing
of it was a matchless treat. With head
upraised, he seemed almost to revel In the
fresh morning light as he gazed on the
"sight entrancing," and his eye sparkled
as "files-arrayed with helm and blade"
seemed to pass before him, while a deeper
feeling awoke as the passion of the song
came upon him.
His voice one of infinite modulation,
but of small compass rose clear and thrill
ing to its highest pitch as he sang:
Go ask yon despot whether
His armed hands could brinirsach hands
Ami beans as ours together.
His song i as an inspired rr-citative, and
beseemed to improvise as he ran his fin
gers over "he co;rs. and as the tide of
thought cm,!- over him it was poured
forth in 1 : rn. nio is cadences of exquisite
variety. Ka 2 he im I :ei to a chair, with
the added dii:i of n prosy companion, he
ouhl hs e e ; ii .led and gone off like a
rocket cr n l t::e of sparkling champagne.
IHOOBPORATKD CHOBB TBI WTATk LAW.
Roek island Savings Bank,
BOOK I8LAND, ILL.,
Opes daUy from a. m. to 4 p. m., aad Saturday evenings from T to 6 o'clock.
EM W A VC At. t f , -,,.. km . T" i , .
- . -u. ooi )-uu uii wpusits. McneTioaneacn Personal,
lateral, or Real F state Security
c . iiv.noi.u. rrea. r J. UBris maI. Vice-Pres. j. k. BUFOS2,
,.:aiiiCii s ntFopiai, y. Denkmann. Jofcc Crabanpb. H P
Ftul Kitehtll, L. bunon. B. W. Burst, J. if. Bufbrd-
Jacksos A HrasT, Solicitors.
f-Bepan bnsiness July 8. ISW1, and ocenpy the southeast corter cf Vitcbell Luc
r, .i re;', nar
Poet ami Prophets.
The private secretary was also a poet,
who hail U- a in ; rir.t a few times, anil
one cay Lis i.i f in preparing a speech
dictated ti..- lines;
Of pt :
the lines to : i
rf ;-t : a
foliow had to
it so because
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THE ERIC MEPCAL CO.. HV --
: ti.e ponr
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i-f was -e-!
: oil Free
SEIVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General jofcbir.g dorc or. short notice and satisfacUcn. guaranteed.
OfHco and Shoo 121 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAT
It 8ne&!d be :n lit-iry Hs&ss.
J. B. Wilson, S71 Cls-y street, Sharps-
r;r,rp. Pa., says he will not be without
Dr King's New Discovery for con? 'imp
tioc-, coughs and colds', that it cured his
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
aftr an attack of "la grippe." when va
rious other remedies and several physi
cians had dnne her no enod. Kobert
Barber, of Cookport. Pa., clsims Dr.
King's New Discovery has done him more
food than anything he ever used for
lune trouble. Nothing like it. Try it.
Free trial bottles at Oartz & Bihnsen's
drug store. Large bottles, 50c and f 1.
This remedy is becoming so well known
snd so popular as to need no spec.! men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the ome sons of praise. A purer
menicine does not exist and it is guarant
eed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver
and kidneys will remove pimules, boils,
salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Wil. drive malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
ma fcrial fevers. For cure of headache,
constipation ard indigestion try Eiectnc
Bitters Entire satisfaction Guaranteed,
or money refunded Price 50 cents and
1.00 H-r bott:e at II art z & Ba'icsen's
srczwLcs'a asktca plvs
The best salve ic tbe wcrl-i Tor co.i&,
ruises, sores, uicers, salt rrlieum. frvei
sor?s, letter, ch?ppecl hands, cbiib!siu.
corc6 and all skin eruptions, and po:-i-
fcvaly curt pilef.. or nopaj required. It
:.6 triarsntei to give perfect ?at:sfwt:. -r
r money rt. dvd Pries 25 cjnts :t
" m. yor V bv PTs-t- & fci"n(n.
Fits i nts sioppeu tree by Dr.
K ine's Great Nerve Restorer No fits
after the first dsy's use. Marvelous
cure s. Treati'e snd $2 trial botilefree lo
fit casts. Send to Ir. Kline. 831 Arch
treet, Philadelpbi-i, P. For sale by all
d ugcists; csll on youts.
PROTECT YOUR EYES I
PATENTED Jy 2sri885
MR. H HIRSCHBERG.
Tbe weii-knoKn I'ptlcian of 639 i '.:vc St.
(X. E. cor. 7 n an i Olive), ft. Ion .
atpolDtedT II. Thorns n acent fur his
cekbra ei Piarocnd Spectacles ard Eve
(riasses, and also for his Dlamoi.d Not
Changeable spectacles and Eveelarses
The eiasi-ee are tbe irreate-t" invectlon
w.cr uiaue in spectacles. a
oi me UL a person rjc
ebasmg a pair of these Non-Chanceab
Glaa-es never has to Cham e tbese glasee
from the eyes, and every pair pnrchasec
Is guaranteed, so that if they ever leave
the eyer (no matter how or scratched the
Lenses are) they will furnish the party
with a new pair of classes free of charse.
T. H. THOMAS hao fa 1 assortment
snd invites ail to satisfy themselves
of the treat sujriority of these Glasses
over any and all others now in use to eaj
and examine the s.ime at T.H. Thomas'
druegist and optician. Roc feland.
No Peddlers Supplied.
Yon can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
5 AjSTD lO CENT STORE,
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
"--. SL c F 4Vsi -sWr
HE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
J!y doctor snys :t acts irently on the stomach, Mver
and kidneys, snd Isa pleasant laxative. This drink
Is made from herbs, and la prepared for use aa eaaiir
as tea. It Is called
ah nnuonsts sen It at Sie. and SI. so per
Buy one to-day. Laae'a Family Med trip
tne bowels eacta day. La order to be Lrs
r-5 .;-'.l h t4 f rt ct-r-- rJ r-aiic
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City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and yon will receive prompt attention.
TIMBERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
Manufacturer of all beds of
BOOTS AND J3HQX33-- -
Gent's Fine Shoes a specialty. '.'--:r!iif cone nea'Jy and prorvi y.
A shire of your patronape respectfully so.;.-::efl.
lf.J" Sersond -enn-3. TrU Islnnd,
GEORGE SdlAFER, Prop:ie:or.
1801 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Hart er's Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer srd Cigars always on Hand
'wtcb.- r-i-eshdon Short Notice.
Free Lnncb Everv Par
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made
For W a?bing Machine use.
WARNOCK & RALSTON.
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