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TIIE AUG US, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1803.
Published Daily and Weekly at 16M
Avenue, Kock Island, III.
J. W. POTTKK,
Tb8 ltly sue i-r nioutn; eai rt.iv
par annum; In advance $1 .50-
AU commnnicaCotis of a critical aruvamrui
tlT character, jolitIca! or rellicionCAiust hae
real name attached for publ caiton. No such
articles will be printed over flctiiioiis signature-.
Anoymons communications not noticed.
Corresiwndenee elicited from every township
il K(k Island rouuii .
Notice to Delinquent.
Subscribert to the DAILY AEOl'S, who are in
arreart to the extent of a year or more are hereby
notified that unlet payment it made beore June
1, that their paiHTirir. ledltiiontinued. All men
account trill be placed in the hand of a Jurtict
of the peace for collection.
Tlk.si.ay, May 28. 1893.
The novel iiloa of lighting in a boat
from four to six feet untler water,
all except the turret, is soon to be
triel. The boat will be 135 feet
lonjr, 16 feet wide. 12 feet deep,
weight of ballast So tons, one bow
gun and one stern gun will throw 200
pounds of high explosive 300 feet,
10 feet under water. Three 10)
pound torpedo guns will fire from
the turret a distance of 1,700 yards.
Death to the Trusts.
The Distilling and Cattle Feeding
company known as the "Whisky
Trust" lias gone up, and the dissolu
tion may be attributed to Attorney
general Moloney's move last Thurs
day, wheu he filed a petition before
Judge Tuley in Chicago for leave to
file an information in the nature of
quo warranto proceedings praying
that the distillers' combination be
summoned to answer to the people
of the state of Illinois by what right
it has misused and perverted its pow
ers and franchises and has assumed
privileges and liberties. Judge Tu
lev issued an order that the Whisky
Trust should show cause on Friday.
May 2. why the information should
not be tiled and a writ issued. The
action is said to be the most impor
tant litigation of the kind ever com
menced in the state, and it is also
claimed to be the first time a law of
ficer has ever intituted a quo war
ranto proceeding against a corpora
tion of his own motion, or in other
words without a relator. The action
is brought in the name of the state of
Illinois, and t he state is placed in the
position of forcing an explanation
from the trust. There is consequent
ly no opportunity for a withdrawal
of the action or a dismissal of the
ease. There will probably be no need
of further proceedings. Attornev-
ir and prompt -done
t lie luisi-
(. cm-nil Moloney s vi
ncss in the matter liar
l:-uliiraii I .lull KinilOis.
Pprin?2e!o It- gi:r.
Republican papers are finding a
good deal of fault with Gov. Altgcld
for insisting tijwn changes being
made in the management of the state
lite the governor's determination to
ehange these managements to all
kind- of motives ami designs, except
what ihe State Register believes to
be the correct one. The governor is
honest anil firm in his opinion that
under the old management the state
institutions have lost to a large ex
tent their public character, in allbut
their demands for big appropriations,
and have become in the opinion of
the managers their private property,
in all but name and expense of main
taining. He also believes that they
have become, as it were a sort of
lving in hospitals" for those who
haVe had '-political pulls" with the
partisan rings which have controlled
the state for so many years. He has
not questioned the professional skill
and personal honesty of the sujerin
tendents. nor do we know that he
has inquired into the political party
they belonged to when they were aj
pointed: but he does not know that
under the old regime they have been
running the institution in grooves
or ruts for so long that ir will re
quire new blood to drag them
out of it. (iov. Altgold has
well defined ideas of what our
state institutions should be. and he
sees they are woefully lacking in ma
terial particulars. If the new trus
tees do not make them more nearly
what they should be. the governor
will doubtless change them as sum
marily as he has those legacies of ef
fete incurables left him by the late
republican state administrations.
Gov. Altgeld had to make changes if
lie desired an active service from
these institutions for the people who
pay taxes. Whether his jugement in
the selection of the successors of the
old regime has been good remains to
be seen. He is right in demanding
that they shall be men whom he
knows to be in hearty sympathy with
his purposes. Whether the new
managements will prove to be the
right men in the right places, time
will tell. And it will be time enough
to criticise and condemn Gov. Alt
fjeld for making the changes he has
determined upon if they shall prove
in the course of a year or two disad
vantageous instead of beneficial to
the people of the state and their
eleemosynary institutions. The
probabilities' are that, as time rolls
around, the people of all parties will
applaud anil commend the governor
for those very .acts that some are now
disposed to criticise.
TO ROBERT BURNS.
Sweet sinter, that I lo'e the malst
O' ony, sin' wi' eager haste
I smacket bairn lips ower the tastA
O' hinnted sanp,
I hail thee, thouh a blessed ghaist
In heaven lang!
For. weel I ken. nae cantie phrase.
Nor courtly airs, nor lairdly ways.
Could gar me freer blame or praise,
Or proffer hand
Where "Bantin Robbie" and his lay
And sae these hamely lines I send,
Wi jinglin words at ilka end.
In echo of the sangs that wead
Frae thee to me
Like simmer brooks, wi' mony a bend
O' wimplin glee.
James Whitcomb Riley.
Chinese Women and Their Feet.
The small footed Chinese women usual-,
ly make their own shoes of bits of Bilk
embroidered in gold and colors. Very;
dainty work they make of it, too, a shoe-,
maker simply soling these bits of em-
broidery. In curio shops the globe trot
ter may sometimes pick up a secondhand
shoe. The tiny feet must be often and
carefully washed and disinfected. Many,
of them are perpetually swollen and in
flamed. There are women whose busi
ness it is to go from house to house
bathing, bandaging and treating these
maimed members. A woman of rank
has sometimes one amah whose special
duty it is to care for her tiny bnt trou
Chinese women who possess small feet
are, while proud of them in a" way, very
shy and unwilling to exhibit them to
foreigners. I had great difficulty in
coaxing a Chinese woman of rank to
give me a glimpse of her wee foot. The
four smaller toes are pressed under tho
sole, and tho whole weight falls really
upon the great too in walking. The
anklo is very large and distorted, but
the leg is thin and wasted from inad
equate exercise. The tont ensemble
from a western point of view is far from
beautiful if not absolutely repulsive.
New York Tribune.
Slamming a Door.
To slam a door may le an evidence of
bad temper or bail manners, but it is
also a popular superstition that slam
ming a door is wicked. This belief is
undoubtedly due to a t.uxposition enter
tained by many nations that the souls of
the departed hover about the place where
they departed from tiieir lxxlies. The
Indians of this country frequently howled
and beat the air with brushwood in or
der to drive away the spirit of the pris
oner they had just killed.
The negroes of the Congo abstain from
sweeping out their huts for a year after
a der.th has occurred for fear that the
dust may interfere with the spirit of tho
departed. It is in northern Europe that
the superstition concerning the slamming
of a door arose, the fear leing enter
tained that some spirit might be caught
in the slamming. New York Telegram.
De Ii:sset's Cniltlliooil.
Nervous irritability and a desire to
tlistingni.sh himself were plainly visible
in Alfred de Mnsset at the age of 0 years.
Once he got a pair of new red shoes, and
he went into raptures about them. He
was so impatient to show himself in his
new shoes that lie could scarcely wait to
be dressed. While his mother was dress
ing bis hair he was trembling with im
patience, and at last he exclaimed in an
angry no. '-Make haste, mamma, or
else my new shoes will get old!"
The preci ci us boy was pampered and
spoiled and allowed to become a despot
in the house. Nineteenth Century.
Old C ustom Handed Down.
How many can tell the origin of tho
habit of closing the eyes in prayer? Far
back in the past tho sun was the univer
sal object of worship. As it rose above
the horizon the devotee thanked it for
its return to bless the world. As it set
in the west he implored its early return.
His face was always toward tho sun in
prayer, and hi? eyes were closed to pre
vent blindness. Tho habit has passed
down from father to son for thousands
of years. Though the object of worship
has been changed, the custom survives.
Horsepower and Speed.
Horsepower does not always mean
Fpeed, for the City of Rome very little
smaller than the Teutonic is of 11,800
horsepower, against the Teutonic's 13,
000, while the Paris, which is only 500
feet long, as against the Great Eastern's
C30 feet, is of over 20,000 horsepower.
Such comparisons show the wonderful
development in late years of ship and
engine building. Marine Journal.
Tourist (at Niagara) A coroner must
have a pretty good thing of it around
Coroner Well, it "a rather precarious.
You. know our income dejwnds upon the
floating iopulation. New York Evening
One of the hottest regions of the earth's
surface is in the immediate vicinity of
the Dead sea. Experts in the science of
hydrography declare that tho sea loses
not less than a million tons of water a
day through evaporation.
Tho muscles of the forehead aud 6calp
should le regularly exercised several
times a day. It is said that the individ
ual hairs of the scalp can be stimulated
by rubbing the nape of the neck with a
coarsely woven glove.
Even if we have only a dinner of herbs,
to offer to our guest, if it be Berved in
the spirit of true hospitality it will be
better than a stalled ox where pride and
envy are, and with them the spirit of
It is stated that the daily supply of,
Tnillr for the New York market amounts J
to about 19.000 cans of milk, over 170:
cans of condensed milk and upward of j
400 cans of cream.
" it is an old story that the slow modes'
of travel of, say, 70 years since gaveper-j
haps only too favorable opportunities for!
studying the natural features of a conn-'
Guests Only to Ito "Plucked.
Lakewood, N. J., is eminently a resort
of high pines and high prices.
I was staying at a certain hotel at
Lakewood, but happening to be at an
other one nearly every day during one
of my leisure hours of the afternoon, I
had formed the habit of getting shaved
One day the boss approached me with
an air at once mysterious and apologetic,
and said confidentially: "I beg your par
don, 6ir; I thought you were a guest of
the hotel, and I have been charging you
25 cents a shave. That is my price to
the guests only. In the future it will
cost you only 15 cents."
The moral was so obvious that I smiled
involuntarily. One uses snares to catch
pigeons, but onco caught one plucks
them without remorse. New York Her
ald. Another of the Innumerable GOO Gone.
The death of Edward Beetham re
moves the last of the famous Light
brigade who lived in Canada. The old
man was a privato in tho Seventeenth
lancers and went through the Crimean
war. He had a book presented to him
by Lad j- Cardigan, containing his name,
his regiment and the donor's name. He
also had a letter written by the same
lady as additional evidence that ho was
one of the memorable Six Hundred. Ho
served in India and was at the relief of
Lucknow, for which he recei veil a medal,
and he served in China as well. Ho com
muted his pension seven years ago and
caine to Canada, but he has not been
able to do much work, his long service
in the arm)- having broken down his con
stitution. Toronto News.
! SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
The Picture Is a 'Hoodoo."
The death cf the young son of Henry
E. Abbey recalls tho fact that the pic
ture on the act drop of the Broadway
theater has been fatal to everybody con
cerned, to say nothing of the effect upon
the handsome playhouse. The pretty
young girl in the stagecoach is a portrait
of the daughter of T. Henry French, and
she is dead. The dashing cavalier on the
right is 3Iatt Morgan, and he is dead.
The boy in the foreground is a portrait
of Manager Abbey's son, and now he is
dead. The picture represents the recep
tion of a foreign bride by the young
dauphin of France, and tho future of
the bride and groom was grewsome. It
is a theatrical superstition that certain
pictures are unlucky. New York Me
tropolis. o Congressional ryriaicAxos.
The idea of tho congressmen from a
state forming themselves into a patron
age board a lid taking charge of all the
offices, and especially tho filling of them,
is one that '"docs not wash." The Mis
souri congressmen tried it or., and got
to wrangling as soon as they got their
little board into operation. Senator Vest,
who has been designated president Ci the
Iniard. soon wearied of it and sent in a
formal resignation, and said that he
would not be hold responsible for any
thing the lxwrd might do. lie proposed
that the congressmen should go it alone,
each one as his duty suggijii-d. It is
pretty clear there lire to be no congress
ional syndicates for the di-tribution of
patronage. Pittsburg 1V.-1.
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of tin country than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be in
curable. For a jreat many years
doctors pronounced it a local disease,
and prer-oribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing1 to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced it incura
ble. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney &(.'.. Tide
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 and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer $100 for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circu
lar and testimonials. Address
F.J. t'HKNEY & Co., Toledo, O.
&a?"Sod bv all Druiru'ists. 75c.
A recent discovery Is that headache,
dizziness, dullness, confusion of tho mind,
ct?., are due to derangement of tho nerve
centers which supply tho brain with r.crve
force; that indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia,
wind in stomach, etc., arise from the derange
ment of the nerve centers supplying these or
pam with nerve fluid or force. This is likew ise
true of many diseases of the heart and luntrs.
The nerve system UHke a telegraph svstem,
as will be seeu by tuo uccouipunylug
cm. j no uiuo
white lines are
the nerves which
convey the nerva
fer-e from tbo
r.Orve centers to
every part of the
bixly, Just as the
elect rfc current la
wire to every
station, lame or
physicians fail to
regard this fact;
instead of treat
inc the nerveeen
o f tho disorders
r. rl';l us t herefrom
thev treat the
p;ii t a fleeted.
M. !., LL. B.. tho
student of nervous diseasoq, and author
of many noted treatises ou t he latter subjeet,
l-.Hi since realized the truth of tho first
statement, and his Kestorative Nervine
Is prepared on that principle. Its success
It curing all diseases arlsimr from deranire
ni"!it of tho nervous system is wonder
f.il. as tho thousands of unsolicited testimo
nials In txissession of the company manufac
turing the remedy amply prove.
lr. Miles' lCestorative Nervine is a reliable
remedy for all nervous diseases, such as
!. uiache, nervous debility, prostration,
eeplessue9, dizziness hysteria, sexual de
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f.'Mliy all drugcrlstson a positive guarantee,
or sent direct by the lr. Miles Medical Co.,
lllkhart, Itid., on receipt of price, s-l imt bot
t!e, six lottles for $5, express prepaid.
Restorative Nervine posit ivcly contains HO
cpia.'.oo or dangerous drugs.
is a dreadful thing
undoubtedly caused by the irritating
effects of dirt.
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
never possible among people who are
addicted to tli2 use of
The great soother of angry passions
the promoter of" health and good
feeling. Cleans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate fabrics.
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A ct-w and Cotrploie Ticarmint, corMstirp of
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ard Puis; A Vomitive-1 t:re for Kxtema). DlinJ or
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health. 1 he first discovery of a medical cure rec
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hereafter. Thl K medv ban refer been known
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suffer front this terriable disease when a written
enarantee is jositivy piven with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
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JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like masrlc on the Stomach. Liver and Bw
eg; dispels iypcpia. Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous P:sorders,Sleeplesness.Los of Appetite,
restores the complection; perfect dicesuon fol
lows their use. Positive cure tor Sick IIbadachb
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HAKTZ Jfc ULLMKYKB Sole Aeenta Kock Isl
Washes everything from a tine
silk handkerchief to a circus
T-t;t: Lace curtains a specialty.
' No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M- & L. J- PARKER,
Tr-Jenbon No. 1214
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Eroadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
Refitted and renovated nnder new management,
on the European pUn.
Room rates SI a day and npward .
Restaurant equal to the bett in the city at mod
Btreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landing pass the door.
UILDRKTH & ALLEN. P p's.
Corner Cottage Grcve Avenue and Sixty. fourth
Street. Only five minuies from World's Fa'r.
Superior Dining Room. ElevaTed I!a'ilri:td.
Now Open. Rates Moderate. Eurojean.
Wm. N. Pelovze, Supt.
LAB0E. TIME, MONEY
CTse it your own ay.
It is the bett Scap ni::de
For W a?hii'i Machir.t- ute.
WARNGCK & RALSTON.
J-CQl'WKTntMTH THE GEOGRAFKf 0FTH:S COUrTSY Wit CB"S:
l': i VU INFORMATION H3M A STUDY CF THiS UAP CF T-
0, Bod Island k Pacific El
Trie Direct Route to aiid from Chicago, Joilrt. 'n-sr.
"eoria. La Salle, Mollne, Roc Islan.l. in i:.:.IS
r-avenport, Sluncatln?, Ottu.iivrr 'kil--a. i-:.
Moires, Wntersct, Audubon. Ilrr'.an a.i.l o .-
.'.luffs. In IOWA ; Klnr:iKli!i and St. IMu:. In MIN
NKSOTA; Watertown and biour. Falls, In :.1K.'T1
Cansereo, Jt. Joseph ana Kanra City, la JilinTt
Omr.ha, Lincoln, Falrbury nn.l Xe'.s-in. in CBRASII A.
Atchison, Leavenworth, Ii.uni:. T.'iH-Sta, tiutchit:s-n
.'ichit. l!e!!eville, Abilrn, City, Caldwell, :
iANSAs; KinffSher, El Keno ai d !i::c, In INTIA
IEI.UITOEY; Denver, Colorado Springs and rud-'
ti COLCItADO. Traverses new arras cf rl.:h farn.i .
m J uraziug lands, affording the test facilities of Int. r
-oromunieatioc to all towns aud ci'.irt ast an 1 vest
Sorthwest and southwest cf Ctlcaco aad to ''aL-i 1- . r
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Leading all competitors in spirnrtor T i;uii"
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ni.VFFS and OMAITA, and Iwtween CHICAGO aim
DESVER. COLORADO 5-PRINGS and ITEELO,
CANSAS CITY and TOPKKA and via ST. josrri;
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING C'llAIh
CARS, and I'rjace Sleepers, with Dining Car ScrvKe
Close connection! at Denver and Colorado P rings mis
llverging railway lines, cow forming tha new sr..;
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOUTS.
jver .hlch nperblyqutpped trains ran daiij
FTIROrGH "UHOCT CHANGE to and from Fait
.ateCtty. Ogden cod San F'nclsco. TIIE ROCX
ISLAND U also ths Direct ana Favorite Line 'o w
'rom ?-.anitou. Pike's Peak and all other ar.iuir ir.
cenlc resorts and cities and ruinluj;4Istrtcts to Coioi.-.i-
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAIKl-
rom Si. Joseph n! Er. city v ana rroa, u
rar. tow s. rtie' ar-1 s3:or.f in ScbUierD Ncl n.-;
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,t. COCTE firm tTMnsssCity and Chicago or va
ua Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and 61. rA'.'i
or.t,eor;;in(t rtr ail point' north and DorUiwest hetwo.-.
lakes inu the Pacific Coast
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. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN.
ej". Manafwr Gcoi TIlX. t-s xt
Administrator s sai.k
K liK.M. K-n II
By virtue or an ordt r a? il .! r-.-court,
of liock Island cmii.tv -
made ott the petition if ti ,. ..
donnston. aumiiiitr:i., . ,
Tnoaias li. O'Donnell. dec.-:i- i
real estate of said deet-a t
D., 1?'.'3, of said court, to-ti t
May, A. D., l&Z.
I i-hall on the f!d dav
between the hoars of ;.'o'c)' i s
aud 5 o'loek in the f:. -rn. . i
public ssle. at lh- north li-r
in tlr city of Hock I-!.-tt.d. n
rtal estate described a- h.!,--
That certain traf t or i-n-ci ; -f
the northwest rjnarli r . f
twenty eijrtt c.'s). i,,wi ;, ,
19, ncrih range three .:i i. ;i-i
prntcia meridian d r: !.-,; s
nini' -J-Jii.H feet east of tl.e n
SI, 2 and ".. in the t.):-l-,:;,'
onth 19 feet, tlien-e i ..rtn -1
feet, tlienre north ,;,
to the section 1-ne : t her.
lir.e .r!'.iij feet to the i . :i . f r j
Situated in the t.'WI:-!::; .
ronnty of Rock I T m i . . 1 . ::,v
following terms, i.i-w.r;
Pated this 4th day . f :: . A.
i . i:
Administrator of tne Es'ate r 1
! 1 . :
A. D. HUESING.
l-triffif.t.iiaon, . .':
rtvm Utt Ice urate e
tvcyal Insracci Crr.:; sr.;--.
V tsctcster r"ire Ins. t r ; ;
h"l;e";o Germr.n Its. Co.. Ii .') .
ticchesttr German L .-. . .. K
l ititcts Ins. Co., or 'f.iir t.-. :
inn Fire Office, l-oi.d' .
L'nxr. lt.9. Co.. c? i ' : s.
ttcnritv Irs. Co.. Imv 1:
ii::ir.kee Xcc&ar.:c I: ?.C'..
Seman Kire Ins. Co., oi Peer:.
Offlr. Cor. ISth ?t., ac-i r ri its
ROCK ISLAND ILL
"THE OLD RELIABLE.'
HAYES & CLEAVEUSt
H-jrrefC-ntirg vtr 40 M: 1 n I'
of Ctsb asset.-
Vire. Life. Tcrr.air.
Bonds of Suretysh-r-
OFFICE Room 1. M:tc! e . A I - '
Kwk Island. Ills.
tSSecure onr rates: tl.iym..
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
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