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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1893.
THE TBAYELEKS' GUIDE.
S1H1CAOO, BOCK IBLAND PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot' eornci Fifth avenue and Thirty
tnt street, Frank H. Plummer, agent.
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ltnrt-Rock Island Express! 5:30 pmt :i0 am
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Kdw City aid St. Joe i e:W am 8:35m
tn- Moines, Omaha L'n I
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Leare Wert Davonporr.
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t. and 1 :15 a. in. Leave Peojii :00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Inland 4 M p. m and 1:45
Ai'. train nn dVl exce.it Siinda; .
'.i pe lirer traxa arrive an depart Dnion
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H. B. StJDLOW. .. 'T'JCKHOC'SB
Saaarintendent. i t.-' Tkt. Aeei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE 1.AST.
Bet Din'.ng Car Service in the World.
The Hock Island is foremost in
adopting any advantage calculated
to improve speed and jrive that lux
ury, Hafety and comfort that jmpular
Tmironae tiemands. its equipment
-j iiioroujrniv complete with vesti-
buled trains, mairnilicent dinin"'
ars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
tre a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
tgular trains to Englewood gubur
an station, close to World's Fair
j-ounds, and you can save time and
rouble by getting oil at that point
nd avoid the crowd in the cltv.
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maps, rates, apply to any coupon
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our caufirnrcra. itutneDest
r for all ailments peculiar to
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iteed to core Diarrhoea. Dvs-
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r Cumpunca, and keep te
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ITTORXBY AT LW OfBce in Mitchell
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I Nat.01.al Bank bi ilding. Rocs Island, 111.
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ATTORNEY m ANDCOl SsELLORS AT LAW
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S. W OnTTT.T.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
B-owiiiu-A Entriken it Moline, ha now opened
a- oce m ta .inditirinm bui.uli g. room 5, at
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-oom i3 la Mitche 1 A Lynde'a new bloca
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TAKB II IT1TOB
DR "W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention civen to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth BireeL
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. m. Telcpho-e No. 1209.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 TtiiKH Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 m., I to 3 p. m. and
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DRS. BARTH . HOLLOWBUSH
OHTBICIAN8 AND Surgkons,
1 Office 40323rd nt. Telephone 1IM5
Ucsidunce74l:!lsts " 1188
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Dr. Barth Dr. Uollowbnsh
to 10 , m, I 10 to 12 a. m,
1 to 4 and" toB p.m. I 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
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EYE, EAR, NO.E
AND TlR0 AT
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J. P. Mtbbs, M. D. Qio. W. Whkslsb, M. D.
DRS. MYERJ. & WHEELER,
tarery and llisra,vs of Wincau
juikw uvur,n:ii riam s. reiepnone 113.
orru x Hotras: .
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i H0BBS AND HIS FLAG.
AN EPISODE OF WAR DAYS IN THE
HARBOR OF HONG-KONG.
An Impatient Yankee Skipper Who Had
Confidence In Ilia Ship and TTho Dared
the Alabama Hying Two Flags In Neu
tral Water. How the Evapa Was Made.
During the greater part of the war,"
said the retired skipper, "there were a
large number of American clippers stall
ed in Hong-Kong harbor, having orders
to remain there from their owners, who
feared the Alabama. This arrangement
did not at all please the captains and
cfHcers, as many of ns were anxious to
go home and ship in the navy, but orders
were orders. Ve could not leave the
ships, and the frequent visits of the Ala
bama herself to the harbor, forcing her
self 'into our midst,' as the snyir.;; goes,
were very vivid reminders that neutral
waters were a pretty good sort of an in
vention. "Although we I'-.isi-Hd tha lon weeks
and months as pleasantly as v:o could,
with all kinds of arrangements for kill
ing time, both on shipboard and ou
shore, there was of course a continual
and conceited growl going up from our
little band of Yankee skippers, an J old
Hobbs was the star growler of r.s all.
"His ship was t!;e Humming a
brand new cl:picr hailing from Ii.to-j.
The trip out to Uong-Ivoiig had ! n hrr
maiden one. audit wasehaf.ug to II .".'is'
not very smooth temjjt r to h.ive ii r
idle so early in Ler care r. H iving g-.-at
faith in the ship's speed and i;i his own
seamanship, he was more than anxious
to put to sen and let .Senetnes catch him
if he could; but. like the rest of r.s. his
orders to remain were positive.
"Occasionally a ship would manage to
clear by sailing under some foreign flag,
but as it was a complicated process in
volving fathoms of red tape and very of
ten fell through just when everything
seemed favoral le it was not resorted to
very often. When it was tried, however
old Hobbs would go on his beam ends
with wrath. He would fume and rant,
casting aspersions on the patriotism of
the owners, the agents, the officials, and
even the Chinese crew. He was so in
tensely patriotic that to see a good Yan
kee craft sail under false colors would
keep him boiling for a week.
"You can s.o what his feelings were
when one day ho was ordered to proceed
to Sumatra under the British flag. He
fnrued, ranted ami swore and then
fumed, ranted and swore over again,
with a few extra choice nautical anath
emas thrown in for ciut.hasLs. This nec
essary operation over, he srnt ashore to
the native sailmaker's for a British fl:ig
the smallest to le had. When it came
aboard it was about 2 by 4 feet in size
Hoblo looked at it askance and or
dered it to be put out of sight until sail
"Sailing day arrived, and the British
flag was seen fluttering quietly from its
proper place on the Humming Bird. It
attracted mighty little attention, how
ever, for the Alabama was entering the
harbor. She floated slowly along ad
dropped anchor exceedingly close to the
Humming Bird. About this time the
harlor master was seen in his Ixiat be
ing rowed rapidly toward Hobbs' ship,
and a huge bundle of bunting about the
size of an old shellback's sea chest was
rapidly hauled to the maintop of the
"The harlKir master pulled up along
side the Humming Bird and yeili;.l for
the captain. It could be seen that he
was angry aliout something. Hobbs
came to the rail in his plug hat and long
tailed bottle green coat, the customary
uniform of a skipper in those days,
and asked the harbor master what he
" 'I want you to take down that flag
instantly, Kir,' said the harbor master.
" 'Guess not,' said Hobbs.
" 'It's a disgrace, 6ir, and an insult to
hoist such a flag as that:'
" 'What's the matter with the flag?
said Hobbs, surprised.
" 'It's all wrong, sir; the proportions
are all wrong. The field is too long for
its width, and the rest of it is too wide for
its length. The crosses are wrongly ar
ranged, sir, and it is a vile caricature of
an honored flag, 6ir! Remove it imme
'Guess not,' said Hobbs again. 'That
flag was bought in a British port and
made by a British subject He was a
Chinaman, but that is neither here nor
there. I don't care if it is the flag of
Patagonia, so long as it was sold to me
for that of England. Good morning!"
"The harbor master had nothing to say
to this and started back, but he had no
sooner done so than the main halliards
were pulled, the bundle at the peak
broke out. and in a second the stars and
stripes were waving before the aston
ished eyes of the harbor master, the Yan
kee skippers and Captain Semmes of the
Alabama. Indeed, so large was Old
Glory in this particular case that it al
most brushed the Alabama's decks, the
vessels being so near together. The huge
flag haal been presented to the ship at
her launching and to the excited spec
tators on this occasion seemed larger
than the ship herself.
"The harbor master put about, angrier
than before, and demanded explanations.
" 'What does that flag mean, sir? said
" 'That's my house flag,' said Hobbs;
the trademark of my owners. I do not
know whether that red rag up there is
humpbacked and clubfooted or not, but
you can't give me any points on the con
struction of that article up there with
the stripes on it. I propose to fly that
flag how I please, when 1 please and
where I please, whether it be in Hong
Kong or in h . For the second time,
good morning!' and Hobbs went lielow.
"Semrues was so angry over the stars
and stripes flaunting in his face that he
swore to blow the Humming Bird out of
the water if he ever caught her outside,
no matter what flag she 6ailed under.
He never did it, however, as this voyage
hung fire as so many others did, and as
shortly after this the Alabama exchanged
with the Kearsarge certain little civili
ties we all know about his blowing (lays
were over." New York Sun.
Professor Falb of Vienna has attained
some notoriety from the fact that he
predicted the coming of both series of
earthquake shocks from which the island
of Zante lias recently su-Tered.
Ea r t hquake pr y-, :o stieations b a ve been
recorded r.s coming true in not a few in
stances, but t!. re is reason to believe
that thf f ni!icut of the prophecies was
purely accidental. Seismologists are uot
likely to give Frofessor Falb much credit
for prescience. They will say he merely
happened to foretell what was coming, j
We may, to lie sure, predict earth- j
quakes m Feme re:r.o:is with a good ueal
of cor.Sdi-me that the prognostication
will come true. If we predict, for in
stance, that an earthquake or earth
tremors will be felt in Japan tomorrow,
the chances are that the prediction will
come true, for one or two earth move
ments cn aa average are felt in that
country every day, but we cannot tell
exactly where they will occur or what
degree of violence they will exhibit. (
The greatest boon which could lie con
ferred upon regions that are subject to
violent earthquake shocks would le the
discovery of some means of foretelling
the coming of these terrible calamities.
For years seismologists have given their
most earnest attention to this problem,
but it cannot be said that they have
made much progress. Professor John
Milue says that he and his assistants
have spent years in observing the earth
quake phenomena of Japan, but they
have never yet succeeded in foretelling
the coming of an earthquake. New
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learn for yourself just how good a
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and Ulmeyer's drug store. Large
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S. H. Clifford, New Castle, Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his tomaeh was dis.
ordered, his !ier was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
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Edward JSln-ppard. Harrisburg, 111.,
h:nl a running sore on his leg of
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bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
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Bitters ami one box Bucklev's Arnica
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The best sal ve in the world for cuts.
bruis.es, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
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This Postmaster Won't Get Oat.
There is a man at Mount Tabor who
thinks bo is "bigger than old Cleveland."
Ho is the postmaster, who holds the fort
in spite of the apjearance of Miss Thayer
with her commission. Miss Thayer got
her commission Saturday, with orders
to take possession. On Tuesday she pre
sented her commission and proposed to
take charge, but Mr. Brubaker refused
to turn over the office, on the ground
that she was going to remove it to an
other place, and a remonstrance against
such removal was in circulation. Again
on Wednesday Miss Thayer went in and
demanded the office. He then said be
would turn it over as soon as he could
complete the inventory and would be
ready Thursday morning; but on Thurs
day he refused to turn it over at all, and
so the matter stands. Portland Orego
nian. 8weaer I tan Honey in th Honeycomb.
"What In life is half so sw et.
As the hour when livers meet?''
Nothing is sweeter to the youthful and robust
in health, tat, alas! too many "court in poetry,
and live in prose'1 after marriage. This is espe
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brine on weakn?s?cs and derangement jiecnliar
to married women, so that their lives bfcome
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disp'.scemet.ts and inculari Us of the female
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brineing back the "roses to the ch ek," and the
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uder guarante" from its maker of sitisf ction
In every case, or price, l. refunded.
When Baby was sick, we pave uer CaKtori ,
When 1 e was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Caxtoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Caator i ,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chi.cVeii Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Childreit Cry for
SB. L. L. CAEMEB.
Stricken Down with Heart Dissa-;.
Dr. ZMea Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Gestlf.mfs: I feel It my duty, ns v. '.! 1. -r
loiisure, to pul.lbh, unsolicited, to the voi.d 1
beuetit received from 0. Mitts- ftes-craTe.--.
REmtoit.. I was stricken down with ltrr;r
i.,eae tnd its complications, ampid pu'e v
'.ne from iO to 140 beats r minute, a t in.-;
tuiniag sensation in Uie viud pipe, pr.-eiri-.
Klon of the heart nnd below lower rib, pain in ii.
arms, shortness of breath, slceplessne-s, weaklier
-nil peneral debility. The arteries in my ti.-i-s
would thrvib violently, the throbbing of my b r
eould be heard across a large room and wonli
th-ke my w hole body. I was so nervous th'.t i
cctiid not hold my liand steady. I Are oo t
wn -r rne trratmjnl of eminent nyvirn,
sd Aaee takm gallons of intent Mrniri rt
trttknut the Iramt benefit. A frien recc-..-monded
your remedies. She was cured by i i.
M ilcs' remedies I have taken .
three bottlea of vour New4TI I H r I -Heart
Cure and two bottles W I 1 l
Nervine. My pulse is normal, I have no more
violent throbbing of the heart, 1 a a ui man
1 sincerely recommend every ODe with svniptoi
of Heart Disease to ako Dr. Mile' kem!or
tf-t HetneHies nnd fee cured.
Gypsum City, Kans. L. L. CaB-Ea.
Sold on roaitive Guarantee
On. MONCT RCTUBNCD-
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Acts like maic on 't.t 'tomach. Liver -nil Bw
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restores the coinp!rc!ion: p-rfrt digesuon fol
ion their use. Positive cure or 8k k Hkadacu
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Via?" of So I'ills its.
11AKTZ A. rxLMKYKR oie Airenis Uxrfk lsW
OF UEAL ESTATE.
Bv virtne of an order and decree of the county
conrt, ofKoik Island concty. state or Illinois,
made on the petition cf the undersigned, James
e, Johnson, administrator of the estate of
Rota te Hannrye', deceased, for lerve to sell
the reai esrat-of said deceased at the August
term. A. I. ls3, of sai3 court, to-wit:
on theSth dav of Ar gust, A. D.. 1?93. 1 shall
on the 6:h dny i f September cex'. between the
hairs of lOo'cloc in the forenoon aud 5 o'llock
in the afternoon of id d y. sell ar public sale,
at the north door of lhe o-urt house in th city
of Rock I-land. in said county, the real estate
described as follows, to-wit:
The noith twenty liJj acres of the west -half of
'he las'-half i f section nnmbtr two. (v). in town
ship sev. rteer, 0"'. north range two, west
of the Kotir.H principal meridian, excepting
therefrom the foliowin; deinbed real estate, to
wit: Beginning at a pou t on the half section
forty-two (42) chains and uity-seven (57t links
south of the S3uth-wet corner of the south-east
quarter of said section nine, 9, and running
thence south sixty three 63i degrees and forty
(40) minutes ea-t (s 63 de-rees 40 ro thirteen
chains and twenty-four links, (13 S4 100 chains),
thence south nifty-two degrees and fifty-live min
rtcs eas. (s 5i degrees SB minutes e) ten chains
and lift -nine link (tltVW lOlch-ias more or less
to the east line of said west-ha f of the eas'. half
of said section nind, (9 containing between said
line and Rock Rivereight and twenty-two hun
dredths (S SJ-100) acres more or less, situated In
the conntyof Hock Island. state of ll inois. on
the following terms, mmtly; Cash down on de
livery of dit.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. D.. 1S93."
JAMES R. JOHNSTON.
Administrator of the stale of Rosalie Hartrage',
St 1 1 -
Corner Cottage Grove avenue and Stxty-fouith
street. Only 5 minutes from world's fair.
Superior dining loom; elevated lai'.road.
Now open. Rates moderate European.
W X. FkLortE, Supt.
Broadway, Cor.Frince St.. New York ritv
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European pUn.
Room raws SI a day and upward.
Restaurant equal to the bert in the city at mod
Btreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
HILDRETH A ALLEN. P-vp'e.
and how to attain it.
At last a radical work that tells the causes,
describes the effects, points the remedy. This
is scienti-caliy the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful medical book that has ap
peared for yean; 6 pages every page bearing
a half-tone illustration in lints. Some of the
ubjects treated are Nervous Debility, Impo
tency. Sterility, Devclopement. Varicocele,
The Husbtnl, Those intending Marriage, etc
Every man who would know the grand truths,
the plain facts, the old socrits, and the new
discoveries of medical se'enca as applied to
marrl d life, ho w.nld atone tot past follies
and avoid future pitfalls, should write for this
wonderful little book. It will be sent free,
under seal. Address the publishers.
Erie Medical Co., Buffalo, N. T.
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A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other tinic--.r:ci
known Fire Insurance Comp,n:c?. t .-
Boyal Insurance Company, of Ei .1
Weseheer Fire Ins. Company '"f y
Bnffalo German Ils. Ccmpai.V i; '
Rochester German Int. Co., hwVt.V.'M." T.
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pittbi.r p. v
Pun Fire Ofrice, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Int. Co., New llaytn. c
Milwaukee Mechanics In e.. " v
H is. ' " ! .
German Fire Ins. Co., of I'c? .,. ;
Office Cor. 18th St. an ! , ,
Rk'k Im am, i-.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES A CLEAVELAKJ
Representing over 40 Million T).;;
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado-
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 91, Mitchell A L-.o V v
ock Island, Ills.
3r"" Secure uur rates; they will :t.t, rv-: y
J M BUFORD.
General . .
The old Fire anil Time-tritd Tott.; l e
Losses Promptly Fail
Hates as low as any reliaDle com;.&r.y
Tonr Patronaee ie sol:c:'.id.
STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
Ofce Corner Fiftee-lb street and Th.rd Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savinirs i ack. (jrcaniied ISS
5 PerCEST ISTEEEST .AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 n m., and Wedncrdsj a'.
Saturday nights from" to Sprn
U. A. Aijibworth,
J. F. Hembhwat.
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C.A.Rose, H. A. Alnswor.-
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Friberg, c. . Hemenway.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the c:r:e
apot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
ot ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart, President,
J. 8. Dakt CasL.ir.
Mitchell & Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Kock Island Nation
CC. Carter. M. D.
Henry Dart's Sons. Wholesale Oroers.
Washes verytfc.Bg from a fine
silk handkercMef to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. 2c L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 121