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THE AUG US, I FRIDAY, NOVEM13EK 27 1891.
Published Duly and Weekly t 1S4 Second Av
. enue. Rock Island, 1U.
J. W. potter.
Tamw Daily, 50c pet month; Weekly, 13.00
All communications of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or religious, most have
raai nam attached ror publication, no eucn artl
Uelea win be printed over fictitious signatures
Anonymous communioations not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
in bock isiana coanty.
Friday, Novembkb 27, 1891.
Tbk Illinois supreme court has re
cently ruled that a judge has no power
to send a jury back afttr it has arrived at
rerdict. This ruling covers a point
never before adjudicated upon.
Hon. J. H. Murphy, of Davenport, is
a candidate for sergeant at arms of the
national house of representatives. The
Abo us trusts he will "get there" for sev
eral reasons, principally because the ap
pointment would be a good one and a de
served recognition of his long and valua
ble services to the democratic party.
Then he would bring bis eloquence and
power into play for a large Hennepin
canal appropriation. All in all we think
Mr. Murphy is the man for the place.
Bloomington's city cltrk is opposed
to the enforcement of the anti sparrow
law and demands to know how much and
by whom he wL'l be paid for performing
the extra official duties imposed upon
him by that enactment. He asserts
that it is no part of the duties of his
office and that the legislature had not the
right to place additional labor upon him
without providing additional compensa
tion. City and town clerks in other
places will probably be inspired to mu
tiny by the action of the Bloomington
emorracy'H irnty or the Hoar.
C'l nton Age.
It the democratic party expects to elect
a president in 1893. it must fulfill all its
pledges made to the people. In 1890 the
only issue which divided parties was the
tariff question. The democrats were
everywhere opposed to the McEinley law.
because the McKinley law was opposed
to tariff reform. The republicans were
everywhere in favor of the McEinley Jaw,
because the McKinley law was in favor
of protection. The democrats assured
toe Voters that In case of securing the as
cendency they would insist on the repeal
of the McEinley bill.
It seems to the Age that there can be no
middle ground. Because the president is
not a democrat, and the senate is republi
can, is no excuse for not carrying out the
pledges made last year. Let each tub
stand on its own bottom. Let each de
triment of the government be responsi
ble for its own acts. It can be no excuse
for the democratic house not to redeem its
pledges to the people, because a tariff re
form bill that would pass the house would
be vetoed by the president, or defeated in
the senate. It is not for democrats to
look ahead and see what somebody else
will do with a bill in the line of tariff re
form. The democrats in 1890, did not
pledge themselves to change, modify and
materially reduce the high taxation en
acted into the McKinley law, provided
the senate and the president would join
with them in the reform. Had that kind
of pledge been made the democrats in the
lower house of congress would have been
in a decided minority.
It won't do to fool with the people.
They will turn and inflict terrible blows
whenever blows are deserved. Tariff
reform and modification of the McKinley
law are altogether too serious matters
to justify tampering with the people's
affections. Better far that the democrats
should not have won the next house.tban
having won it to violate the soli mo
pledges made to the people.
The policy to pursue is not one of ex
pediency. It is one of justice. It may
be the best politics to put a few things
on the free list, and lower the tax oo two
or three others, but such a court e
is not fulfilling the solemn pledge mide
the people. Possibly a bill specifying a
modification of the tariff on the several
thousand articles now tsxed for pur
poses of protection, might antagonize
some interests which are now in harmony
with the democratic party. But there
was no reservation, not even mentally,
that any possible conflict of that kind
would excuse the party from Carrying oat
. A bill naming every article now taxed,
and fixing tbe rate of modification, is not
essential. Tbe McKinley law was the
issue in 1890. Let the committee of
ways and means, as soon as appointed,
report a bill to repeal so much of the
McKin!cy bill as can be done legally.
No democrat who U opposed to that bill
can justify himself in voting against the
repeal. Such an act on the part of tbe
democratic party will saye to that party
the next president. A failure to do
something of that kind will deprive the
party of a grand victory which tody is
within its reach.
It matters not whether the senate
would pass such a bill or not. Neither is
it a matter to be considered whether the
president would sign such a bill. But it
does matter very materially whether the
democrats shall vote for some such bill.
It is an awful bad time to be a coward.
Fine PUjing Cards.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin
to John (Sebastian, general ticket and
pansenger agent, Chicago, Rock Island
& Pacific railway, Chicago, 111., for a
pack of the latest, smoothest, slickest
playing cards you ever saw. . Just the
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to the Fab lie
Prof. II. Hirschberg, the well known
optician of C29 Olive street, 81. Louie,
wishes to Inform his many friends and
patrons of Rock Island and vicinity that
he will be at the store of his agent, T. H.
Thomas, from Dee. 7 to Deo. 13, and ad
just his celebrated Diamond and Non
Changeable spectacles and eye glasses to
all In need, of them, '
xaminalion of eyes free of charge.
THE YOUTH LOOK.
How to Keep This and Prevent tbe Dread
If one is free from raffle of feeling the
face shows the calm of repose, the eye the
quiet depth of unstirred thought the nor
mal expression. Harper's Bazar- says:
"This should be induced by every woman
many times each day, if she would keep
her youth look freedom from anxiety,
perfet t placidity and smoothness. Whether
it be 1 a the afternoon siesta or the dropping
of bridn work now and then through the
day, io relieves the contraction of muscles,
bring)! relaxation and rest, and, above all,
keeps off wrinkles, those dreadful "experi
ence 1 nes" that come with heavy cares and
contii ued set of muscle.
"'F-icial massage' is one of the latest
fads, find certainly has its value manipu
lation of the muscles of the face, so as to
break up the setness of line made by the
wear nud tear of life.
"Continued face gesture, frequently use
less, Irora year to year, brings wrinkled
age. One should recognize that there is
ail thf difference in the world between the
impulse of genuine emotion and feeling
with the natural gestures and play of face
and feiture, and those multitudinous and
incessant fucial gymnastics with which
conversation is frequently absurdly en
livene 1 and embellished.
"The woman who continually stretches
her eyes, twists, screws and contracts her
lips in mouthing her words aud sentences,
howeer charming, is forming habits of
muscl ! use which wi.'l surely trace prema
ture had indelible lines. It is possible,
thong i, by a little common sense, a little
appret iation of the value and importance
of fori ling habits of rest and relaxation,
habits of control and repose, to oppose and
retard the advance. Women, as a rule,
from their very build and life, are not calm,
particularly the American woman. The
lesson she is to learn, the lesson she must
learn, s conservatism; not how to do more,
but how to do a little well and be content:
how tc go so far and no farther, that she
may reserve her stock personal, at its
best, to the length of the demand. To do
this she needs to know how to rest, to re
lax, to "let ko," as well as how to st rength
en and to do. Action and react ion should
be equ U a prime law of physics."
Why ('or Spirits Follow the Barometer.
Thera are a great many people who say
that tbe weather does not affect them at
all, but the weather does affect everybody.
When the barometer goes up our spirits go
up, and when the Imrometer goes down our
spirits go down. When the barometer is
high we get more oxygen and the vital
fires bi rn brighter, and when the barom
eter is low the reverse is true. It is no
wonder that a person subject to rheuma
tism or neuralgia feels these changes In the
weather with particular force. When the
baromtler rises the skin does more work,
and when the barometer falls the skin does
less work. When the skin does less work
the kidneys, liver and other excretory or
gans h-ive to do the work.
But the changes in tbe weather are ex
actly vhat we need as stimulants to the
system and the reason why people who
live in Topical climates lack in vigor and
wilt down quickly under diseases is that
they have none of the bracing effects which
come from changes of temperature.
These may be called a species of physical
gymnastics. It is exactly like living a
sedentary life to live in climate in Which
there is no change. Dr. J. H. Kellogg.
AT A CHURCH WEDDING.
Row the Bridal Party Kilter and Group
Themselves at tbe Altar.
According to Oood Form in weddings,
the first to leave the bride's home is the
family, except her father and mother. The
bride-n aids go next and then tbe maid of
honor, with the father or mother, and the
bride lait, with one of her parents. While
the bridal pa'ty are grouping themselves
for enteriug the church, the mother is con
ducted to her seat next the altar by some
chosen friend, if she has no son or near
relative to escort her. The ushers, two and
two, nu-.rch iu first; then the bridesmaids
in pairs, the maid of honor next and the
bride fo lows last, leaning upon her father's
right arm. The groom and best man have
come to the altar with tbe clergyman from
tbe vestry and are awaiting the bride. The
groom f tops slightly forward to meet her.
leads Iht to the altar and both kneel for a
minute or so in devotion.
Groui iny of bridal parties nre matters of
personal taste. Half the ushers usually
place t lemsi lves on either side of the
altar, while the bridesmaids are all at tho
bride's left, but sometimes half of the Lit
ter Rre upon eiich side, pairs parting
uenr thf clumcel rail, ns do the ushers.
M.iids of honor always stand next, the
bride aiid the bfst man next the groom.
The pen on who is to give the bride away
(sometii les it is a widowed mother) is seat
ed nearest the aisle at the left, and whjn
the question, "Who giveth this woman?"
is asked ho or she rises anil Ihiws to the
clergymin. It is no longer common Ao
place tho hand of the bride in that of the
clergym in, but so pleasant and impressive
a custom should not be allowed to disap
pear. 1 he bi ide of today goes to church with
out gloves, thus sparing the marriage serv
ice that awkward pause which was once
too common during their removal. This
usage is ;i lately adopted one, but is sure of
general approval. The groom removes the
glove from his right ham!, a gloveless
groom ly daylight not having yet been
sanction d. lie may do this iu the vestry
ii tie chooses.
When there are no bridesmaids a pretty
effect is produced by tbe bride's entrance
alone, preceded by her parents arm in arm.
In advai ce of her is her maid of honor, if
6he has t lie. Two pages to bear her train
are very pretty apiieudages to a cere
mony wi ether ft is attended or unattended
by a gn up of maids. Of course, ushers
are essential, and they enter in advance of
the parents, the latter standing to the left
of the br de and just bock of her or takiug
the seats nearest the bride.
When going from the altar the ushers
walk first. The bride, on the groom's right
arm, leaves the church with happy but
grave dimity, looking neither to the right
uor to th s left, recognitions being for . tbe
home and not for tbe sanctuary on a bridal
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