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THE AJmUS. WEDNESDAY, MAY IP, 1893.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1624 Second
Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
J, W. POTTEK,
Tbrms Daily BOc per month; efcJy .U0
ir annam; In advance f 1 .50-
All communications or a critical or arnmcnt
tlT character, political or relicions, must have
real name attached for publication. No such
articles will be printed over fictitious stgnarskes.
Anoymoua communications not noticed.
. Correspondence solicited from every township
li Bock Island county.
Wednesday, May 10, 1893.
It ought to occur to Mr. Clegrhorn
that the fact that Pri:iss Kaiaulani
was educated in England dcosn't con
stitute the best possible reason why
the American people should aid hei
to mount the throne of Hawaii.
America may or may not want tho
Hawaiian islands. It remains to be eoen
whether she does or net. Tut mean
while what she doesn't want nn.'i
won't have is any insolent or imperti
nent interference on the part cf tho
Through the medium of a matri
monial paper a Pittsburg miin be
came engaged to his own daughter.
He is at a loss now whether to t uo t :e
sheet for false pretenses or brlr.T
action against Providence for leak
ing idiocy a family trait.
The good old town of Philadelphia
is getting a little something now and
then when it gives a franchise to a
corporation. In chartering an elec
tric line it has compelled the com
pany among other things to agree to
pave and light the streets it u.-es.
Another gentleman who Oallied
with dynamite to the disintegati :i
of his neighbors has been re'.eaM i"
from an English prison. It may i e
taken for granted that ho is on hi-;
way to America now, intent upon In
coming a citizen.
France takes umbrage at the de
termination of England to occupy
Egypt, and talk of war is heard in
Paris. Any excitement on this sub.
ject would bo premature. There i t
much more than the difference of a
syllable between umbrage and carn
age. A GOOD
dut kicked up in
Egypt to blind the public to the
Panama mud now so thickly sprinkled
on then- clothes. There is a good
deal of mixed sentiment in the pother
about the khedive.
A scientific commission is search
ing over Brazil for the healthiest part
of that country. In accordance with
the now constitution of thr? republic
the capital must bo removed from
Rio Janeiro, and the government has
appointed a body of scientific gentle
men to select the healthiest geo
Of a truth, the Latin race states
men seem to be developing an invid
ious talent for financiering of a shady
order most remarkably. Nearly all
France's great men are mixed up in
the ugly Panama transaction, and
now comes news that Crispi, tho Ital
ian premier, has been connected with
some doubtful banking operations.
Danterjp, Mss., a scattering,
Bprawli town, is uslg its own eloc
tric' ' ligiiting plant aqd finds 1200
candle Jtowor glims cost a trifle under
nineteen cents par night. This leaves
an impression afloat in the atmos
phere that there is money to be made
in this business at tihe rate usually
charged cities by companies supply
Po is dearer now than it has
been i tae years, or since Bisunarok
ben-an to make Vr on the American
hog. This is doubtless in part duo
to tho opening of European markets
to our pork. With better prices for
pork beans have also advanced, and
the traditional New England dish of
pork and beans has now to be paid
for by those who would enjoy it.
Five years ago in Ashford, Eng
land, a woman was civil to a stranger.
As a token of the surprise, from which,
he seems never to have recovered,
the stranger has just left her 150,
000. If the price of civility in Eng
land is governed by the usual law of
supply and demand, the article is not
only scarce there, but may not un
fairly be considered a luxury.
There is one way in which pros
pective decedents may guard against
unseemly squabbles over the proper
ty to be left behind when they depart.
Several unostentatious citizens have
adopted it lately and no complaints
have been heard from them. One
part of the plan is to avoid making a
will and the rest of it is to die unin
cumbered by a cent or possessions of
any other kind.
No American with a heart in his
breast has any feeling other than
that of earnest, solicitous sympathy
for Count Ferdinand de Lesseps in the
multiplying misfortunes that have
overtaken that venerable engineer
and projector. As the leader in vast
enterprises having for their end the
promotion of commerce and civiliza
tion the name of Lesseps is secure of
its place on the world's list of great
PAIR SIDE SHOWS.
Special Attractions in the Mid
WHAT IS TO BE SEEN THESE,
Queer Feople of the World and Pretty
Women from Foreign Countries Lady
Aberdeen's Irish Tillae The Ferrla
Wheel The rialsance Fnll of Cariosities
and Wonderful Buildings.
"World's Fair, May 11. Special.
The managers of the exposition discovered
very early that they would be compelled
to find a place outside the grounds of the
fair proper fox the many special attrac
tions and cariosities whigh were pouring
in from the fonr quarters of the earth.
They decided to rr. ke the Midway plais
ance the gathering place of all these novel
ties, and to permit the concessionaries to
charge gate fees there for the plaisance
has become a series of side-shows. It is
still an open questiois with many visitors
whether the principal circus, the exposi
tion proper, or the side-show is most inter
esting. For one who likes to look upon
the queer people of the world, their pe
culiar costumes, customs and amuse
ments, the plaisance is a favored spot. If
one likes to note the art with which our
innocent friends from the Orient and from
Africa extract the nimble quarter from
the pockets of Americans, he should pass
a day or two along the single thorough
fare boasted by the aggregation of side
shows. He will himself be called upon to
drop many a good dollar in the slot before
he has seen one-half the curiosities, but he
will have had fun enough to repay him for
his outlay and his time.
As yet the plaisance is rather back
ward. Only a few of its attractions are
entirely ready for the public. So far a
majority of the visitors to this motley
spot, this international alley, are men who
like a lark and whose curiosity has been
roused by tales of the dancing girls, houri
and all-world beauties to be found in the
various villages and halls. It is well to
say that the man who goes to the plais
ance hoping to see something "racy" be
cause improper or vulgar will be very
much disappointed. Xo such displays or
performances are to bo found there. Pretty
women in large numlicrs there are, and
many of them dance in the music halls,
but there is no phase of their efforts which
one would le unwilling to take his wife or
daughter to see. In truth, the dancing
girl "show is rather tame in every way.
Much more interesting are the forty
young women who appear in what is gen
erally known as the international beauty
show. Technically the affair is called a
display of costumes, the scheme being to
show visitors the apparel worn by women
in all times and all countries. If the
women chosen to perform this graceful
task should chance to le pretty enough to
make their assembled Inanity an exhibi
tion of the comeliness of the women of all
the world, nil the stronger would be tho
att raction. This clever sch erne was worked
up by some young newspaper men, and
PCT-VE IN MIDWAY TLAISANCE.
they visited Europe, Asia and Africa in
search of beauties and costumes. Their
efforts were successful, and they returned
to Chicago with a carload of women who
are really worth a day's travel to see.
They are not only handsome women of
many races and tyies, but they are for the
mOSL J IM I. 0"U "1
I from any interest which attaches to their
persons, me custuinua iimh
inake an exhibit worthy the study of man
Though not intended as a beauty show
tiu liorrp Tirwipnts an arrav of win-
some lassies who are already creating
pomewhat of a sensation along the plais
' e nee. Lady Aberdeen set up this village,
1 which is housed in a lath-and-plaster
' model of the ancient Donegal castle, fa
' mous in song and story. Her intention
! nmmnM the sale of Irish linens and
laces and thus help in some measure the
prosperity of tho people of the Emerald
isle To add. to the attractiveness of the
exhibit she brought over scveteen Irish
maidens who are as pretty as pictures, and
will smash the hearts of half the young
Irishmen in America before the summer
is over These seventeen Irish lassies are
not only pretty and winsome, but they are
famous for their deft fingers and domestic
Kkill Ellie Murphy is the crack lace
maker of Limerick. Of all the lace
makers that Limerick boasts Eilie Murphy
is conceded to be the first and fairest.
Local poets have sung her praises and Lon
don pictorials have printed her picture
Kate Barry, Maria Connelly and Johannah
Dougherty come from the Munster dairy
school, and their business it js to dole out
to visitors dainty 1ate" of butter that
melts like honey in the mouth. Besides
the butter and lace makers there are Irish
lassies who spin, embroidur and knit and
others who sell blackthorn sticks, sham
rocks from the old dirt and various arti
cles carved out of bog oak. The Irish girls
live in the castle, and seveial million
Americans will call to see them before the
summer is over.
The Austrian village is likely to prove
one of the most attractive features of the
fair. Central figures among the many
quaint structures here, designed to show
life in Hungary and Bohemia, will be the
Tyrolese in their picturesque costumes
and forty-two Vienna coffee girls selected
for their beauty to serve customers in the
genuine Vienna cafes. The cafe girls of
Vienna are noted all ovar the world for
their personal charms. Several of them
have fascinated traveling counts and
Inrons and the sons of rich Americans and
contracted thereby ambitious marriages.
Not all of the forty-two Vienna belles are
here yet, but those who have arrived look
as if they might be what their manager
claims for them, the pick of the lot. There
are more than thirty buildings in the Aus
trian village alone, and the German village
has quite as many.
As I have said, the plaisance is not com
plete yet. While the terms of their con
tracts required the concessionaries to be in
readiness for the public May 1st, a ma
jority of them are only now opening their
gates. They are pretty shrewd people,
these managers of the side-shows. Many
of them had experience at Paris four years
ago. They knew the big fair itself would
not be perfect May 1st, and that during
this month the crowds would not be very
large. Hence there was no special reason
why they should exert themselves. In
time they expect to begin reaping the rich
harvest of American money which brought
There are so many novelties and curiosi
ties here that at a first visit one is almost
overcome by them. Imagine a stretch of
ground a mile long and 200 yards wiile, en
closed by a high board fence, and this
space subdivided by forty minor enclos
THE IRISH VILLAGE,
nres, each containing a native village from
some far-away land or some strange and
extraordinary mechanical device or pro
cess. Right in the center of this cosmo
politan thoroughfare, along which one
may hear a score of languages spoken,
stands a structure which is without doubt
to this exposition what the Eiffel tower
was to tho Paris show. Doubtless you
have all read descriptions and seen pictures
of this revolving monster. You have noted
the figures which were given to help you
to a conception of its immensity. But de
scriptions, pictures and dimensions all
fail of their purpose. The only way iu
which one may comprehend the vast ness,
the almost weird wonderfulness of t his
construction, is to see it. Overshadowing
everything else in that part of the World's
fair region, it grows and grows as one np
proaches nearer. Finally it appalls and
overwhelms. One wonders at first how
any man could have been crazy enough to
put up such a monster, or where he found
the capital with which to do it. Evidently
the Chicago papers took the same view of
the enterprise, for it is not long since they
were writing up Ferris as a man who had
wheels in his head.
But Mr. Ferris isn't crazy, any more
than M. Eiffel was crazy when he built his
great tower. Ferris appears to be an ac
complished en-rineer, and when his won
derful structure is completed, which will
le in a couple of weeks, lie may have the
laugh on the doubters and sneerers who
have made sport of him. I have noticed
that even those people who pretend to
think this daring engineer a little crazy
say they wouldn't miss a ride on his wheel
if it were to cost them 10 instead of one or
two. The genesis of this great wheel
mav be found at Atlantic City and other
eastern summer resorts. There the hori
zontal merry-go-rounds, which charged a
nickel a ride, earned fortunes for their
owners. Some one changed the form and
stood the merry-go-round vertically, and
made another fortune out of the nickels
which dropped into his box. These sea
side wheels are sixty or seventy feet high,
and even at these modest figures the alti
tude is so great that women and even men
shudder at the thought of riding round it,
though finally fascinated into doing so.
The World's fair vertical merry-go-round
carries one not sixty or seventy but 250
feet from earth. Each of the thirty-six
cars is nearly as big as a Pullman sleeping
coach and will carry sixty passengers.
Imagine if you can the spectacle this
mammoth structure will make revolving
through the air day and night; during the
day visible fifteen miles away, and at
night to be seen forty miles as a huge
moving circle of electric lights.
Of course a monster like this will catch
the crowds. It is not as tall as the Eiffel
tower was, but it has life and motion,
which the tower had not. From the engi
neering standpoint the wheel is a greater
marvel than the tower. It is the engineer
ing wonder of this fair, and in a month it
will be the talk of the country. Grri
numbers of people may not Iks willing to
pay $2 each for a ride upon it, but as lcCg
as he has it in his power to take ns rrarrif
passenger each trip as are ordinarily cur
ried by a half dozen railway trains to
gether, all well loaded, Mr. Ferris will
probably be able to carry the people at 1
a head, or even 50 cents, and still get rich.
The marvelous plaisance is full of such
curiosities. One may ride at the speed of
100 miles an hour, toboggan on real snow
or skate on real ice in July, ascend the
tower of Babel, make a tour of the world
and spend all his money in a week. Is it
not a great place f
CHICAGO, May ll. People whose knowl
edge of Amazons is confined intheshapely
maidens who march and wheel in the glit
ter of the footlights, will probably gaze in
distrust at the genuine article, twenty of
whom, female warriors of the army of Da
homey are at the Dahomey village. Sev
eral shades darker than the shades of
Erebus, their appearance is repellant in
the extreme. Theircourse features are ren
dered doubly hideous by scars and lines,
some self-inflicted, some received in battles
and others being "brands" to distinguish
families. Tall and heavily built, they are
easily the superiors of the men in the
party. Some of the latter are said to be
soldiers as well, but they don't look it.
There is nothing military or suggestive of
the tented field about the black, woolly
little men, while they jabber in their na
The Palette club has completed the
hanging of its pictures in the Illinois
building, and will shortly issue a histor
ical record, as it is called, of the pictures
on exhibition. The record is at present in
the hands of the printers and will be pro
Colonel Rice, who has been confined to
his bed with pneumonia for several days
back, has so far recovered as to be able to
take charge of the Columbian guards
The Chicago council finance committee
decided to appropriate 125,000 to entertain
the naval and other distinguished World's
Colonel Hate's Short Visit to Town.
Colonel Hale blew into a rapidly grow
ing western town recently and quickly
grasped the fact that thero was no cable
road. With everything gone but a silk
hat and 12o. he spent $100 for admission
in a swell local club and proceeded to
exist on the remaining $25. He gathered
about him the leading moneyed men and
laid bare the scheme of millions in a ca
ble road. He agreed to obtain tho fran
chise and pnt it through for $30,000. part
of which was to paid down as a guaran
tee of good faith. The colonel dusted up
his Bilk hat and attacked the aldermen
next. By dint of promising and pompous
appearance of wealth he secured an or
dinance, was voted stock, drew what
was coming to him and blew out again,
leaving every one to wonder. St. Louis
Drummers In King Henry's Time.
King Henry V had a band which dis
coursed sweet music during his expedi
tion to Harfleur, each member being
recompensed for his services with the
sum of 13 pence per diem. When the
citizens of Loudon were mustered in tho
thirty-first year of the reign of Henry
VIII, we hear that "before every stand
ard was appointed one dromslade at the
least." Each company of 100 men at
this time possessed a couple of drum
mers. All the Year Round.
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be in
curable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced it incura
ble. Science lias proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treat
ment. Hall's t'atarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Tole
do. Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood ami mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer $100 for any
case it fails lo cure. Send for circu
lar and testimonials. Address
F.J. Cni'.NKV & Co., Toledo, ().
ft?? So M by all Druggists, 7.ro.
HOH. Z. AYZLRV,
One or the Urgcst contractors aid Bun
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HEART DISEASE SO YEfiBS.
Geakd Island, Neb., April sth, ism.
Dr. Milea Medical Co., Elkhart, Jnd.
Gkn-tlxxen: I had been troubled with htast
without amy mope or recovery. I ould huve
verv bud sink . . ing spells, w hen
my pulse wcflJ t- fc Juld stop beatini?
sltopcther, " and it was wi'.h
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I W w w-ss "wmeha-
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tion I tried your new heart Cure, and lepin
to improve from the first, and now 1 am able to do
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(l- AA . . rr- J rul UrlUT CuBI Rllthe
credit for niv recovery, ft is over six months since
1 have taken anv. although I keep a bottle in the
house in case i should need it. I have also uivd
your nerve and Liver i-nils, n'"u
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Cif testimonials iu thisand every otlur Mat?.
Our l'owrrlul IproFd ELMTU1C SlSPKNSfl 2T. tho
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PROl OSALS FOK KRESI1 BEEF. Offlce Com
mwiry of Subsistence. L'. Army, Room
417 Plillniau BaildiD, Chieapclllinois, Apiil 11th,
1F93. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, accompan
ied bv written jruarantees signed by two re
sponsible perons,.will be received at this cfllce
un-.il 11 'clock a. m , on Thursday, the 11th day
of May. 1893, at which time nd place they will
be opened in presence of bidders, for furnishiue
snch quantities of Kresh Beef for issues, mil
Choice cuts of Frob Beef for sales, as may be re
quired by the Subsistence iJepartment, U. 8.
Army, at Indianapolis Arsenal, Indianapolis, In
dinna J flVrson Barracks, Missouri.aid Kock lsl
and Arseeal. Kock Ifland. Illinois, diirtre the
fiscal vear comment iotr July 1st, lfc93. Proposals
will be rectlxed up to and opened st the same
hour at the seveial ptsts by the respective com
missaries of such tosts. esch post commis
sary receiving prorosais for his own post only.
Blanks lor proi-oi-als and guarantees and circular
cfinrtructions to bidders. pivingfull Informa
tion as to tho qualiry of the beef required, man
ner of bidolnp. ccndilions 10 be observed by bid
dets, and icrms of contract a-d payment, will be
furnithed on application to this oflice or to the
A. 8. of any post. The Oovernment reserves
the itt to reject any or all proposals. Enve
lopes ountaininir proposals otild be marked"Pro
posal's for Fresh Beef' and addressed to the un
dersigned, or to the A. C". 9. at the post bid for.
i. II. Oilman, Major and C. S., U. b. Army.
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Rochester German Ins. Co., Kochestcr. N . "
Citiier.s Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Sun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. Hew Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee. Wis
Sorman Fire Ins. Co.,of Peoria, 111,
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IIF.NHY A. PA,.:;v)
Estate of Janu s ('. M;i!i"M . ,'.
The undersigned havimMn-i !, up; . -tor
of the lai will acd : t
Mshoney. late of the c-i.r.!y - r !;
tate of Illinois. d ct ::'-!. i.."r-. ' y
that he will appear b fnro r -
Rock Island county. a the :!.'. fi
saidcourt. In the citv of H .1; I- i,.
Jnne term, on tht- f:rt 'i.t --. i
at which time all tTi,s Uxv.r.r .
aid estate are notiiiivi and rc';';i'.
for the purpose of havii l- tin- -a::u ::.
persons indebted tosatdv-tat- an- r,
make immediate pitvint T.t t- th- ::r
Dated this 1:!th tinv ..f Apt-', A. I'
W.M. E. K LIN KrKI.l l.i;. ;
V.y virtneof a sjirci::! ext-c i
K,4!i, issued out of the clvrk's o ! . .
court of Kock Islam! roi-.i ty. at d -and
to me directt-d, vtn I ;:rn
make the amount of a certain
obtained aeninst An.ns' fi tin. :
Hudolph Schwecke. out of t'u- l-.m
cooils and chatttds of tho s:.:.;
est t-i hinidt. I have !cv:d ': :.
property, to-wit :
Lot one 1 and tiirt'f I'll in
South I'tirk ctlditi ti t" y
and 1 t four l in J. M. l:. v"o-:
if. n of cut lots t n ill' :::.d t
tion thirty-tivo :'.".( ;;wi-! i i
rr.n;p 1 n - west of tin- f .nit:;
city f Reck l!:u.d. ail in !h- '
Is'inifl ami Matt.- of li ii.ois.
Therefore. accrdir.p tos.i:.l c-m:
rose forsaie at pnl'iic auction a :
and interest t.f ti e :.!m.vo i
chtniilt. in and to tin above de-c
nthe l:ith day of Sav, a:
at ttio north t!ior -f Ti.c c -
city of lock Island, in t:ic (-:.
and slate of Illinois, for raid! :..
sairl execution anil fit- hiil.
Dated at Hock I.l:n.d t!,i- C".-"
ShcritT of Keck I-i :nd Cm
K 1CK A1. !.T T1 .
By virtue of an order ani ib '
Curt, of Hoik Island rotu.ty.
made on the petition rf the !.i.d. r-'j
', Johnston, administrator of tLi?
Tnomas B. I'Donnell. decea-t-1. f r
real estate of said deceaset!. at t!:c V...
D., IS','3, of said court, to-wit. en :li
May, A. P., IS'.y
1 shall on ti e Ed (iav of .T'.n-.
between the ho irs if lito'cict k in '!
and 5 olock in the aftenn on 1 1 said
public sale, at ll1- north d,or of t be c.
in tlr-" city of li.ick I-land. in said i
real estate described as fo-.low s. t..-w
That certain tract or parcel of land
the northwest quarter of .:
twcLty eifftt li). township n::nr
(19), nrth ratine three (:. ra-t of t!...
principal meridian described a- f- i '
ninr i feet cast of the cnrivr of
21, and in Ih? township hfc.n
south HIS feet. t!:in"e nortn "J a
ItiS feet, tlienc? north -".' de-jreis. v..
to the section I r.e : t Iioiilo west
lino 5ti feet to the p ace of l e.-ii i b .
Situated in the inwnsliip ! :.
county of Ii'ock I s'aml, slui.' of I t
following terms, tn-w.t: fa-h 1 1.
Dated this 4th dav of May, A. I .
,i. t; .tuii:
Ailminis'rntor of tne Estate of Tl.' a a
Washes everything from W
silk bar.dkercblef to a crtus
tern; Lai e curtains a 6 1 ""alty.
No. TJ24 THIii ' VK
A. M. & L. J. TABU E
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