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THE ABGUS. SATUItDAT. ATTOTTST 2G, 1893.
a LoDg A
Hoover round no Ke
Until he Consulted
IT AC KHOUSE AND DANIEL.
,rs :i Sufferer from Eczema
ther M:il:i'lies Post Nasal
li ami its Speedy Cure "I
Stack house ana uaniei
after Oilier Physicians
lieartilv recommcinl Irs.
-e ami Daniel."1 saiil Mr.
.'. Hoover, the Kock Islaml
. who resi'les at No. 14
. fii in.-. "After years of e
uitli in a n v physicians ami
. I can sav that
irf until 1 went
I was afford
to the Staek
TALES FRO II HAWAII.
NAVY OFFICER FROM THE SAND
WICH ISLANDS TALKS.
:. liKOUCK W llnoVKIi
- troiitileu witli eeema
v-. The past year tin
ii LT w'as iiniiearaiile. espee
nilit. I eould not olitain
' lei'. I had also a verv had
i"-t ua-al eatarrh which was
yiiiLT. eieeiallv w hen 1 v i 1 1 ir
there was then a eonliniial
into the throat. 'This is not
well, should anv one sinii
eli'd desire to know more of
1 -h:iil 1.
muii v other
li and all
i mil eurei
t'h rt s.
1 at " pi-r month,
'e fur medicines,
in all eases moderate. Write
ton hlank ami particulars of
: ly mail. Hundreds of jia
inir at a distance have been
siui'kliuiiK- and lluioi'l
liiil' a statement or testi
fiiat is not freely and vol
L'iven ly the patient. It is
--ary for them to importune
" have taken treatment, to
innmials. The gratitude of
Hunts prompts them to puh
idelv as jiossilde the benefits
e received that others Miffor
liml relief and cure as thev
thouse Medical Institute,
; IV'rmaneDtly located in
j Kiioma 17 and 18.
t Floor. Take the Elevator.)
Sbrner of Bradr and Third Ktrn-.
t ible diseases treated with suc-
P'ciftlties: Eve. Ear, Nose,
find Luopa; Nervous Diseases
l-eases atid Skin Diseases
ful treatment bv mail. Writ
4?I0in D'nlt' Consultatioo aod
Ihmrs 9 to 12 a. m , 2 to 4 and
$9 10 to 12 a m. r lv.
!jn difference what kind. Usin?
find inferior soaps is one road
mature decay sore hands
gins ciotnes never clean.
King KameUameha III ana Bis Dislike of
an American Lie tenant Cultivating
the Good Nature, of the Hawaiian Peo
ple Tarns About Other Kings.
An officer of the navy who recently
returned from a cinise of the Pacific
squadron, and who cpent many months
cruisiny among the Sandwich Islands, re
lates ail interesting story in connection
with the convivial habits of some of the
monarchs of that Irii gdom. He says that
the navy department, at the request of
the state department, has been specific
in its instructions since the civil war
that commanding o ncers and other of
ficers of the navy t.liouM as far as pos
sible cultivate the mi st friendly acquaint
ance with the Ilavaiian people, lie
went on to sav-:
"There was a time when it w.is np
parent that the pe pie of those islands
had not any desire l o have friendly in
tercourse with American navy officers.
That was when Lieutenant (later Rear
Admiral) Wrttiam Reynolds was naval
storekeeper at Honolulu inlS.")7 and staid
there two or three yt ars. Tie had a man
ner that made bin. many friends and
also many enemief, and King Kamo
hameha III was especially offensive to
ward the lieutenant . The king sought
every opjwrtnnity to show his dislike of
"At that timo the latter was on the
'reserved list' of the navy, and the king
concluded that ho was "not obliged to
show him the same amount of courtesy
that would bo due 1 o him if he were on
the active list. Bv t in 18G1 Lieutenant
Reynolds was, upon his own application,
put back on the active list, and after the
close of the war, in 1S0G, ho was sent to
Honolulu in comm vnd of the sloop-of-war
"The Lackawanna remained in Hono
lulu harbor for uioro than a year, and
her long stay there xcited the distrust.
pain J ' King Kamehameha, and ho employed
u person, ueiaueu on tno Lackawanna to
do a shrewd piece ol detective work to
secure copies of th dispatches of Cap
tain Reynolds to the navy department at
Washington. The erson employed for
this clandestine woi k was enamored of
one of the Hawaiian women of noble
birth and considerable- wealth, and Bill
Ragsdale, a Kanaka and one of the smart
est politicians ia th- l.in-jdom an 1 a man
of great power ami influence i:i the royal
family, encouraged the lover in his de
sire to marry tho vounir woman anil
promised him ulti nate success if he
should seenro copie.- of the confidential
correspondence between Captain Reyn
olds aud the navy department.
"The correspondence was secured and
given to Ragsdale, who then informed
upon the young n an who had played
false to his commander, und instead of
marrying the girl he was court martialed
andsentenced to imprisonment on the no
torious Dry Tortutas. Ragsdale after
. 1 i i i i - -i -i
iu iiiiu id ue sent to tno island or -Uo-lokai,
where all lepers are exiled and
where ho died a few years ago.
"Tlio Lackawanna was succeeded bv
tho sloop-of-war Mi hongo, of which tho
late Rear Admiral Kdward Simpson was
commander, and th ) latter, by his diplo
matic tact and keen judgment, soon won
King Kamehameha over, and tho officers
of the Mohongo became very popular at
court ana received every attention and
courtesy during the dozen months that
the vessel was in Honolulu harbor. King
Kamehameha was succeeded on the Ha
waiian throne by 1 is brother Lnnalilo,
popularly known as "Whiskers Billy, be
cause of his fondnes? for his beard, which
was of luxurious growth. Lnnalilo also
had a fondness for that which would in
ebriate, but as there was a no license
law that is, so far as selling liquor to a
native Hawaiian was concerned he
made it a practice to visit friendly war
ships to satisfy his appetite.
"Lnnalilo lived oaly a short time. Ka
lakana took Lunalilo's place on the
throne, and he was a fair successor and
succeeded pretty well in sustaining the
reputation of his predecessor as an anti
prohibitionist. He also was fond of a
good game of poker, and when simply
Prince David he en ?aged in many an in
teresting game. E illy Emerson, the ne
gro minstrel, had as one of his 'gags'
on the stage in Sin Francisco that he
once sat in a poker game with five kings.
'How's that? said the middle man. '"Why,
I held four and Da e was the other,' said
Billy. This was a game in which it is
said tho minstrel held Kalakana for a
'pot' amounting to $2,500.
"In 1874 Kalakau i visited this country,
coming to San Francisco on the war ves
sel Benicia. Upon the arrival of the
vessel at San Franc sco, Lieutenant Com
mander W. H. Whi:ing, recently on duty
nr. tll Tlrtw i ar1 nnrl vim l,no liAirt n-
dered to command the Alliance, now at
f Cheerfully proceeds
Jit clothes pure and white
S. KIRK& CO., Chicago.
Tar Soaj. M-iL,aS.s1
I 1 A A ; the royal party and escort it to San Fran-
LJU VI, cisco. A good round sum was provided
ior us entertainment Dy tne state aepart
ment, and the kin; and his party had a
right royal time.
; "Yon will no dmbt recall the joke
which the officers 1 ave had on Lieuten
ant "William S. Cowles, who is now na
yal attache at the London legation, ever
Since the Visit of the Queen Downrrpr
wash-day with health and , feapiolani to this country a few years
ISSured. Hands all right , ago. He had comnand of the junketing
jpoai jjispaxcn wnen tne queen was taKen
on a trip down the Potomac, and in his
address of welcome on board he paid this
extravagant eulogy to her, 'Most noble
and beautiful queen, I ask your majesty's
gracious permission to address you. In
asmuch as Queen apiolani was the color
of chocplate, the ol her officers who heard
it thought it a littl J strong, but then the
ispeech was 'entirel impromptu." New
Donrrlptloii of a Typical Case
of Chronic MaUria.
A yellow skin, a sallow complex
ion, dark circles about the eves, a
furred tongue with bad breath, a
bitter taste and bad digestion, are
sure signs of malaria. Not exactly
sick, but wretched; not quite delir
ious, but got the blues badlv; not
confined to the bed, but not lit for
business; losing flesh, losing busi
ness, losing all interest in every
thing; dizzy after stooping, short of
breath on slight exertion, weak and
trembly, easily fatigued, restless,
nervous, sleepless. Nothing but
malaria can so completely undo a
person without putting him to bed,
nothing else can so irresistablv de
moralize mind ami body.
I here is only om
who has had
i. . i . . .
MlOM S w iiai till
experience with malaria
cure is. l'e-rii-naex-
tlie case. It not only
blood of all malarial
it promi'llv mitigates the
l.-.i . . I-.-- -
oau smpioms ami leaves the brain
clear ami nerves Meady. It cures
without ikhiv, without exception,
and without any evil effect whatever.
A complete treatise on malarial
and other summer diseases, entitled
'Aurora." sent free to any address
by The Pe-ru-na drug man ufact urin
company. Columbus' Ohio.
235 Wis. Street
'om,,,.. Mc. Hllhoul A"
tit Circuln ir n ""nies.
il ' ir 1 .. f PUUrnM .it
, ' f jf1' ;-lor lor the han-lksrchiet.
MrjMMPLf IDTTtE fill far two iio
ki l -i -HTipa. Acldren.
fc!LiUQ co.t Mitwauk. Wig.
J 1 1 Portage eie Olive.
'ptfu'jj 'Why are not Ptrtuguese olives more
' extensively import xl into our country?
"Unlike the qneen olives of i ranee, bpain
and Italy the. Portuguese olives are
pickled when they are .wholly ripe and
are therefore much more palatable and
tutritiocB. New York Prig.
TIir-c tircut Naviittora.
To review the work of Columbus
without referring to that of Vespncius
and Magellan would lave the story of
new sea and world discover' discon
nected and incomplete. This will be
patent when it is reniemlerod that,
though a believer i;i the rotundity of the
earth, it was not Columbus but" Magel
lan who first physically demonstrated
that fact by circumnavigation. And Ma
gellan might have failed but for the pre
vious work of Vespncius. The latter
had explored the Atlantic coast of South
America farther south than any of his
predecessors, aud the south Atlantic
ocean eastward to the islands of South
Georgia, nearly to the parallel of Cape
By this journey Vespncius demonstrat
ed with a considerable degree of cer
tainty that the strait, which had for some
years lieen looked for, leading to tho
elusive unknown sea that bounded the
eastern coast of Asia, was not to be found
through the new lands of the west north
of 51 degrees south, nt till events. The
mouth of tl.e Amazon, the bays of io
Janeiro and of the La Tlata had been
explored and were found to contain
fresh water, so that through none vf
these could an entrance to the unknown
sea on the farther west bo found.
Thomas Mageoin Califoruian.
A Safe luvt'Ktuii'iit.
new issue, of Iiock Island
school district bonds merits the con
sideration of all who have li) .). or
upward, that thev may wish to invest.
the bonds run for five years and
maw per cent, l lie interest is
payable semi-annually, and is alwavs
ready when due.
The investment is absolutely safe,
and the security is never effected bv
Tli- desirable character of the in
vestment should cause the entire is
sue to be taken at home, and a
prompt response from our citizens is
invited. Apply to J. V. Robinson,
treasurer, or s. Kembie, superin-
S. S. Kemble,
tendent, or to the undersigned.
F. M. Sinnett,
II. 1). FoLSOM,
World" Fair Katen.
Burlington route, C, B. & Q. rail
vay, will sell 30-day limit excursion
ickets to Chicago and return at $ 6.97,
nd excursion tickets limited good to
eturn any day to and including Nov.
-5, 1893, at $8. For further informa
tion apply to
M. J. Yoi'NG, Ticket Agent.
II. D. Mack, Div. Tass. Agt.,
Kock Island, 111.
THe Ijltest Bowl and Pitcr.
Washbowls and pitchers are offered
for sale at large china stores in charming
patterns, the bowl very large and shal
low, the pitchers high and slender. But
the color, though beautiful within itself,
does not commend itself to the finest
taste. It is an exact reproduction of the
brown earthenware usually relegated to
kitchen crocks. Philadelphia Press.
T1IKKK DOLLARS A WEEK FOE LIFE
Here I a
Snap fur Itrainy I'eoplr The
Latent Thine Out.
In order to introduce The Canadian Agricultur
ist into new home-, the pulillsliurs have Ue ided
lo present an nnnuaPy aitractive reward list for
their lireat fc'Urhth Ualf Yearly Literary attrac
tion for the fumnn.r of IS'.W, which dopes Oct. 1.
They have entered into a written agreement to
pay through the Judged all thj rew.ir.lB olio red
How to St cjwe a Reward Those who be
come ul)?criler can c impels free of charge.
All that is necessary is to take a few she is of
paper and make all the words you can out of the
Idlers in the ihree words, "World's Columbian
Expo-ition." mid send them to s, inclosing fl
for six months subscription to either the Cana
dian Agriculturist or the Ladies' Uome Magazine,
twe of the choicest i lustrated periodicals of the
The sender of the largeit Iit will receive S3
per week for life; refaao. 81,1X0 in gold; third,
S0O; funrth.S25:i; flfih.tlW); Bixth, Mcket to the
World's fair and 10 days' expenses: pianos, or
pane, Udic' and gents' gold and silver watches
silver tea services, diamond rings, and over 10,
OiX) other rewards, making altogether the most
val able prize li-t ever off red by any publisher,
bend for printed list of former prize winners.
JtULKH-1. Foreign or obsolete words not
counted. S. letters cannot he used oftener than
they appear In the words "World's Columbian
Exposition" that IB. the word "riddle." for In
stance, could not be used, because there is but
one "d" in the three words, etc. 3. Names mt
persons and places barred. 4. No chaiKe for
packing or shipp ng. but all Drue winners will be
xprcted to help us to extend our circulation.
6 All lists containing over 103 correct words
will receive a special reward.
Jt'DOBS -The fo'lnwiBL' well known (rentlemn
have consented to act as judges and will see that
the prizes are fairly awarced: Commodore Cal
cntt. (proprietor Calcutt's line of steamers) Pe
terborough, and Mr. W. Robertson, nresident
Times Printing com: any, Peterborough.
Auents Wanted We pay 1 to f3 per day
salary (no commission) to men, women, boys and
girls. Wilte for lartlculars. Register all money
letters. Address. Agriculturalist Publishing
Company, (L'td) Peterborough, Canada.
Aug. 24 Alexander Wenberg to
Edward A. Lundberp;, wj lot 2, block
6, Edwards' add., Moline, $1,300.
Sarah A. Steel to Valentine Dau
ber, part lot 3, block 1, J. W. Spen
cer's Third add., Kock Island, fl.
G. V. Ileider to Daniel Hartwell,
part lot G, Edgewood Park add.,
Kock Island, $500.
John Tteglow to S. L. Sevmore,
block 38, Second add., Coal Vallev
Kufus Walker to George W. Cook,
ion. k. walker's First add.. Mo
25 Estate of Nils Oscar Anderson.
w in presented for probate. Troof of
cieat ti ana petition bv Aujrusta L.
Anderson for probate of will and let
ters testamentary tiled.
Estate Of Ella 1VC. D.-nmnn
Proof of death and petition by Kobert
S. Blakemore for letters of adminis
A 1 air u'uoii
Ixiss Passe Throe clairvoyants havo
prophesied that I should be married be-
tore 1 reached 30 years
Jiiss Blooming Bud
-And were j-ou?
no matter how many hundred doses of any
oilier nietiiclne arc offered for a dollar. Dr
Pieice's Golden 51 ed'eal Discovery is the cheap
est blood-purifler sold, through drnggists, be
cause it s guaranteed, aod joar motey is refund
ed :f it dot an t bentlit or cure.
With its nse you only pay for tie good you iret
Can you ask more?
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr
Kline s Great Xerve Restorer. No
tits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $2 trial hot
tie free to lit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
i a JrorsalcK all druggists; call
151 ;k Peadacheand relieve all the troubles Iflcf
f.cr.t to a biliouB state of the syntnnt. suah a9
I;uzineRs, Kauscb, Lirowpinesn, Iiistrens aftoc
e&tiiig. I'uiu in the Hido, kc While their moat
TCiuufkaHo fiucceaa baa been shown iu cuxikg
Headache, yet Carter's Little Livar P1T19 are
equally valuable in Constipation, curing aud pre
venting this annoying complaint, while they ulscj
correct all disorders of theBtoznaehitiiuuUitethj
liver and regulate the bowels. ven it they only
'Affberney wonH boalmostpricolessto those wM
Buf fcr from this distressing complaint; butforto
l:atMly thoirgoodnieednes no'-.endhTeaud those
trh:cuce try tbom will find these littlo pills valu
eble in sot-any ways that they wiU not bo wil
Jicg to do without them. Bat after allsick heaii
fls the bane of so many lives that hero Is whsra
I we make onr great bouit. Our pilla cure it while
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills mo kea dosa.
They are strictly vegetable and do no- gripe or
purge, but by Uioir gentle action please all who
use them. In vialsat 2r cents ; livof-tl. Sold
tiy druggiata verywuexo, or Bent bv i AiL
CARTER WELICinil- CO.. N - York.
small Pi! ' staii ensr r "" price
Corner Cottiiite Grove avenue and Stxty-fonith
street. Only 5 minutes from world's fair.
Superior dining room; elevated railroad.
Now open. Kates moderate, European.
Wn N. Pelouse, Bupt.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European pl"n.
Room rates SI a day and npward.
Restaurant eqnal to the best in the city at mod
Street cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat aud ferry landing? pass the door.
BILDRETU ALLEN, P-rp's.
WHEN YOU VtSIT
11 IRLil'S FAIR
Do not forget to see the ex
hibit of the General Elec
tric Company in the Elec
tricity BuildiDg, the Intra
mural Railway equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's apparatus, the Elec
tric Launches equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's motors, and the Gen
eral Electric company's Arc
Lighting Plant and Power
Generators in Machinery
iy V I . m n- - I'm J I 1
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substanco. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee- is tliirly years use by
Hill ions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Yorrus and allays
feverish ncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
eures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and rjowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dk. Q. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby Bending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Ejncheloe,
" Castoria is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me,"
H. A. Archer, U. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, IT. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispemsart,
Allen C Smith, Prrt.,
The Centaur Company, TI Murray Street, New York City.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wap Co.
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
a full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially adapted to the
eetern trade, of enperior workmanship and finish Illustrated Price List free on
awl lication. See the MOLIXB WAGON before ourchaeing
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest &nd best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS bL.UC.Ji. Moline, EL
1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telephone 1148. RocklsUcii
Residence TeleDhone 1MB
Everything in the line of eprirg vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.
Mason's Carriage Works,
East Fourth Street, - - DAVENPORT, IOWA.
ELY'S CREAM BALM-nif tbe 'naJ
FaMttUK A 1 m 1'a.iti and lnnnm?nUon, Hau
iive lit'lif 1" at once lor Culi in Head.
Apply into the Xmtrila. It it Quickly AtiurbrL
50c ilruggiata or by emu. ELY liKOS., 60 Warren bL, i. V.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVEXUE,
Shop on Vine Street BOCK ISLAND, ILL