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An eoamaalcaUoaa af critical or aignataata
tlveeharsetar, political or rellflofla, suet hev
taal mm attachad lor pabllcatloa. Ma anck
Male win ba prlnua arer letnioaa etfaatnna.
Oarrtapendaaca wUciMd Im every Mwaablp
Mokdat, Decembbb 30, 1899.
Bl'Sixki before pleasure and pa.
triotlsm before business.
Now that the war scire has tub.
ldd. the war poets a-e coming to
SmixoriKLt' and Peoria are light
Jog for the Illinois republican state
F.xolamo hat learned that tending
ultimatums la a game that two or
mora can play at.
The republican congressmen are
engaged In trying to pull wool over
the eyes of democrats. New Yor
Ir Tom Keed is to be speaker of
the house for any great length of
time. It might be a good idea to
move to Maine and grow up with the
Now they say that I'ious John Wan
namaker in furtherance of his de.
sir to go to the United States senate
has attempted to purchase the Influ
ence of the Keystone press. Who'd
have thought Hot John?
The Reed bond bill has been
rushed through the house, and the
Beed bond bill is likely to do Its own
talking hereafter, just aa the McKin
ley bill did in 02 to the detriment
of the author and all who support it.
Knolisii arrogance, aa exemplified
in the Salisbury ministry, may yet
sound the signal for the 'dissolution
of the British empire. England's
friends among the nation of the
earth are few and silent. Peoria
Silver was barred out of the dem
ocratic state convention of Louisiana
on the ground that It was a national
and not a state Issue. There is not
such haste in democratic conven
tions to take radical ground In favor
of silver aa some of the silver aooners
of last summer anticipated. Quincy
The oldest white man in Sonoma
county, Cal., William Blackmail,
died in Healdsburg last week at the
ag of 100 years and three months.
He was especially anxious that it
should be known that he did not die
of old age. Pneumonia cut his life
short, and there, is little doubt he
would have lived aome years longer
in the natural course of events. He
was very active and healthy up to
the time he took cold. He smoked
and drank intoxiemta in his early
life, but abandoned both habits half
a centurv before bis death.
rferslelaaa aa Advertleera.
The propriety of advertising by
physicians has long been discussed
by the profession. The legality of
such advertising has just been
broughtbefovseher wo arts of onr
neighboring state of Iowa.
A law in that state provides that
"any Itinerant vender of any drug.
nostrum, ointment, or appliance of
any Etna intenaea lor tne treatment
of disease or injury, who shall by
writing, printing, or any other
method publicly protest to cure dis
ease. Injury, or deformity by any
drug or manipulation, shall pay a
license of U0." Dr. J. C. Bon ham,
of Ottumwa. a resident of lewa for
11 years and of Ottmwa for four
years, a graduate of three medical
colleges, and the holder of a certifi
cate from the state board of health,
some time ago published an adver
tisement announcing that on certain
days be would treat patients in Ot
tumwa. He .was indicted upon the
charge of breaking the law above
quoted, and waa convicted in the
court that tried the case. But the
questions at Issue were carried np
to the aupreme court of the state,
and that tribunal overruled the ver
dict on the ground that, as Dr.
Bonham had not advertised any par
ticular drug or appliance, he had not
violated the statute. The decision
affirms the doctrine that a physician
has the right to advertise bis occu
pation la general terms, as a lawyer
does. No other decision seems to
have been possible in this case, as
the doctor in question evidently had
not broken the statute nnder which
he waa indicted. Aa to the general
principle whether a physician may
ever advertise in any way, the de
cisioa agrees with an 'apparently
growing popular sentiment.
DtstyeatatsamU af aa K. f.
One of the great disappointment in
the life of an M. P. U that, though ses
aiona came and sMaiona go. hie little pet
Scbeme of legislation, which be hoped
to be able to place oo the statute book,
never advanced beyond the Initiatory
stage of first reading. Another cruel
diaappotatment ia that, after devoting
days and nigbf to taxing bis brain for
antitbeese, epigrams and other flowers
of rhetoric Jgt bis speech Jn great de
bate, be patiently sirs night after night
Curing tne time allotted for the debate,
on the pounce to "catch tbespeaker'a
eye," but fails to fit the attention of
that wandering orb, while he bears his
arguments and his illuftrations uxed by
other men, who have probably gone to
the same son roe for them, until at last
the end comes without an opportunity
having been afforded him (o relieve liw
mind of the weighty nnxpokeu speech
which oppresses it. Then bis cougtitn
ents complain that he is a tuelees "silent
member" if they do not nee bis name
figuring in the newspaper reports. They
are convinced lie is neglecting bis duty.
What consolation is it to bini to think
of the old rayiug that "they are the
wisest part of parliament who nse the
greatest silence," or of the opinion of
the party leaders especially the leaders
of the party in office that lie is the most
nscf nl of members who never takes part
in the debates, but is ever at hand to
record his rote when the division bells
ring out their alarm? Chambers' Jour
nal. Prlaot I, a Kim Isr Exit.
Tbe Figaro gives, apropos cf the
Channel islands, some interesting de
tails of "nu roi en exil," bat of a king
who never reigned and ' an exilo who
never wandered. Tbe monarch in ques
tion is Priuet I and the last of that
dynasty. He reigned over the Ecrehous
islands, a small gronp lying to the
northeast of Jersey. Ho had, however,
only one subject, his wife, end perhaps
that is more than all married men cun
boast of. The royal resi.leuco was in
Blanqce He, und here the king earned a
narrow living, his revenue coming from
fish, smuggled brandy and pigeon breed
ing. Tbe pigeons bo generally nte. A
high tide from tinio to time invaded Lis
kitchen, and alxo the thruceroom, which
was next to tho kitchen.
He held bis wife, Qwen Philippo,
under despotic control and made her
work hard in bonsehold avocations. Ono
of her principal tasks most have been
repairing the royal wardrobe, ns it is
recorded that ber gracious majesty the
queen of England presented him with a
vest some 20 yeats ago, and thut be
wears it still, (jueen Philippo then pre
sented her sinter monarch with a piece
of embroidery. Prinet I had fallen npou
evil days and is now an rxilo in the
hospital at tit. Helicrs. Pall Mall Ga
All Mm Sum.
"Havo yr,o any flounces?" asked Tony
Pippin, with on abstracted air, as bo in
serted bis legs under a tablo in one of
thorn quick dispatch restaurants in Park
The fluffy haired waitress glanced
down at her plain black skirts, blushed
laboriously and said :
"What was thut you wanted?"
"How'll you have 'em baked, boil
ed, chirral or bias?" tho girl responded
facetiously, flio thought Mr. Pippin
Was given to repartee.
"I want them fried with bacon,"
Tony respoiuU-d, with some severity.
"Will yon take my order?"
"Yes, if yon call for anything on tho
bilL This nin't no Chinese laundry."
Struck by a sudden fear, Mr. Pippin
grabbed the thumb painted menu, scan
ned tho oyster list for a moment and
then said meekly:
"I made a mistake. It's scallops I
want. "New York Journal.
Macedonia, the land of the three
streams, Vardar, Struma and Vis.trit.sa,
is hemmed in by lofty mountains, of
which the lct known or the highest are
Olympus, Sharriagh and Rhodope, tho
last named rising to between 8,000 and
0,000 feet above the level of the sea. It
is among the most picturesque countries
of Europe, abounding in magnificent
forests, which climb bills, fringe rivers
and cover islands; in wild mountain
scenes, wonderful waterfalls, silent sail
less lakes au appropriate setting for
gems of emerald islets, deep gorges,
dizzy mountain paths, smiling plains
and desolate passes, which ought to
prove an irresistible attraction to the
traveler who regards genuine danger and
real discomfort as the appropriate condi
ment of pleasure. Contemporary Re
view. Tor Hoareeoeaa.
Beni. Ingerson, of Button, lad.,
says he had not spoken above a
whisper for months, and one bottle
of Foley's Honey and Tar restored
his voice. It is used very largely bv
speakers and singers. For sale at M.
F. Bahnsen's drug store.
rr Ow Fifty Tan
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gams,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a Dottle.
miaal rileel rnoal
Or, WllUaas Udlaa Pile OlataMat wul care
kDDdMMdlac alesntad sad Itching piles, u
SISaibl tbe taaufa. allava tha tehta
acts a. poaltloa, frrsa rastaat ratter. Dr. WU-
naass'iadUs rue Otataeat ia yrapara oalr for
alias aad nokiac or tha mm, art !
eta). Iiwj bos Is guaraatead. Bold by drur-
sw, r mmu. rar s oeaia aaa fl par box.
truttaae VaaifaetBrlB num. Pmrtatm
Oavlsa4,Oala. Sold by T. H. nanus.
The market is full of cough mix.
tures. but one trouble with most cf
them is that when they do a little
good tha patient has to take so
much that he gets to loathe tbe taste.
The Pineola Balsam is superior to
other cough remedies because -it is
agreeable to tbe palate and ita good
effects are immediate. In a few
days aa ordinary cough is gone alto
gether. Bronchitis and asthma are
more stubborn, but the, tan i
cured by Ely's Pineola Balsam. A
remeaj worm trying. Twenty-five
cents is all it costs.
. Children Cry for
This world that was so vast to dma antbroa.
With golden Raima hud. by the break at
With virgin anas and wondrona font that lay
Beyoi.d all snows and storms, to what a span
ned And common thing 'tis shrank! Who now shall
For happy 1k1 along that Yulgar way
Which was the oroaa son? Or who shall say '
Things yet unlearned of any maiden land?
We know now. know it all, and small th. mod
To yon or nie the tedious knowledge brings.
Bat. oh! if one might stand where Jason stood.
And dream like him of regions strange and
Beyond the wild, white sea bird's baths or
Tbe utmost albatross dips lonely wings! -
Inigo B. de B. Deane in Srribner'a.
ART OF HANGING PICTURES.
Oil Paintings Should Wot Ba Placed la
Room With Engrartaga..
Only second to importance to produc
ing a fine picture is the fact that the
work when completed should be seen to
an advantage on the walls where it is
In consulting with a leading decora
tor on the subject, be said : "In the first
place, it may be suggested that it is not
desirable to put oil paintings in the
same room with engravings or draw
ings in water colors, crayons or other
like materials. It is often done, fre
quently as a matter of necessity, bnt we
consider it, from a point of artistic
taste, a mistake.
"Again, there should be a certain
classification of subjects in the pictures
ornamenting the walls, aa inattention
to this is occasionally ludicrous. I recall
cue .instance where there was a print of
Rnbena'.' Descent From the Cross,' and,
hanging on either side of it, engravings
of Wilkie's 'Village Festival' and Meis
sonier's 'Cavalry Charge.' Surely noth
ing could be more absurd than placing
in immediately juxtaposition works in
which tbe motives of tbe designs are so
directly opposite as the illustration of
death, a village revel and the fierce
shock of battle.
"As a general rule, it is well to place
pictures of a certain order of design to
gether. Some works can only be seen to
advantage in a bright and others in a
subdued light, while it is equally cer
tain that many lose nothing if placed
above tbe line of eight, and others gain
rather thai) lose if hung much nearer
"A medallion or bas-relief of the right
sort set in here or there among the pic
tures is a relief to the artistic sense,
and, above all, all sorts and conditions
of frames should not be put together in
a bodge podge. Gold and white and
gilt do not offend when in close posi
tion, bnt pictures framed in oak or any
dark wood should bo kept by them
selves. Crayon portraits of photographs
should never be visible in a parlor or
drawing room, and to overcrowd the
walls of any room with pictures, good,
bad and indifferent, is tbe very acme of
poor taste." New York Recorder. -
The Apology Was Accepted.
"There is a good story on The Exam
iner," said J. Ross Jackson, the ex
newspaper man, to some friends in the
Palace yesterday, "and although I'm
ont of the business I can't overlook its
merit on that account. It appears that
a i lraggist named Putnam was killed in
Willows recently by a man named Se
liom. The telegraphed report came to
The Call and also to The Chronicle.
The next morning, when Alanaging Ed
itor Hamilton of The Examiner was
looking over the record of the day, he
discovered that bis turner had bean
'scooped' on that particular item. He
tnereupon sent for Air. Corey, tbe coast
editor of the paper.
" 'Mr. Corey,' he said, with a digni
fied look on his face, 'have we a corre
spondent in Willows?'
" 'Did be send in a report of that
"'How? By mail?'
" 'N'o. By telegraph. We can't dis
pose of a man like that too quickly. A
correspondent who doesn't know that a
murder has been committed in his town
isn't fit for tbe position. Bounce him. '
"Mr. Corey went to his record book
of correspondents and presently returned
to the managing editor.
'"Mr. Hamilton, there are certain
circumstances in this man's favor that'
" 'There are no circumstances that
would justify such an exhibition of in
competency. Bounce him, I say !'
" 'But, Mr. Hamilton, this case has
no parallel That man has a good ex
cuse for overlooking the importance of
tbe story. '
" 'Well, what was his excuse?' in
quired the editor, becoming nervous.
"Well," answered Corey, scratching
his chin a moment, 'he waa tbe man
Who got killed. '
"Mr. Hamilton lapsed 'into silence
and went on reading some proofs. "San
Corloaa Chlatee Playuag Carda.
A pack of Chinese playing cards is a
genuine curiosity. They are generally
printed in black on thin cardboard, tbe
average width and breadth being about
that of the finger, of a human being. In
some cases they are only half an inch
broad and about Zhi inches in length.
The length, no odds what tbe size, is
always at least six times that of the
width. Some of the packs have queer
representations of our "kings,"
"queens" and "knaves" stamped upon
them in black. Others are decorated
with the figures of animals, birds and
fishes. Those used by mandarins and
high officials bear only figures of myth
ological creatures. St. Louis Republic.
Tbe word hoyden, now applied exclu
sively to a noity young woman, former
ly denoted a person of like character,
bnt of either sex.
' When a washerwoman changes ber
place of residence, one may ask ber
"where she hangs oat now" without
MDNDAr. DECEMBER 30, 1895.
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Speaking simply from what Hood's Sar
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By its peculiar Combination, Propor
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It has cured the most virulent cases
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Hrararl'el fSlfa are the beit after-41aaet
iinru a niia m. timi win aicxon,
We Was No Mere Epigram Terser er Pyro
technist la Kxpreulon.
Brilliant as were Stevenson's powers
of thought and word, lie was no epi
gram turner, no pyrotechnist in idea or
expression. A clear and coherent train
of thonght runs through bis most soar
kling chapters ; in its elucidation every
phrase plays an indispensable role, and
tbe garment of style fits tbe thought so
closely that, although each sentence is
in itself a work of art, none exists for
itself, bnt all for the sake of the gener
al effect of tho whole.
Singularly excellent is this whole as
a medium far the transference of
thought; impeccably lucid and limpid,
translating all shades of perception.
sensation and emotion with 'such ease
and preciseness that tho reader scarcely
remembers ho is absorbing the thought
of another. Cat even-this.rare merit
does not necessarily imply great charm
of style. To achieve the highest kind of
charm, of beauty, the ear must be en
chanted while the mind is definitely
and delicately led.
. If yon do not possess an ear for the
music of prose (which has nothing at
all to do with the ear for music proper
and is different even from an ear for
verse, and a good deal less common),
no otie can make you understand the ex
traordinary beauty of Stevenson's work.
But if you do possess this organ you
will rate him, as an artist, at least as
high as any poet. The essentials of good
poetic form, with its organized meas
ure and accentuation and often its de
termined rhymes, ura symmetry and
.balance, diversilied unjferrnity, varied
repetition, echoing a.j:ia;ico and reso
nance. The essentials of good prose form
are a graceful symmetry, a discreet
avoidance of actual iu favor cf gngest
od balance, harmony, in perpetual diver
sity, no obvious repetitions or echoiugs
and yet in every phrase a recognition of
the form and color of all accompanying
phrases. Thus a more subtlo, if not a
higher technical sense, goes to the mak
ing of very good prose than of even very
good poetry; there are uts formulas or
rules to give assurance or warning, no
signal cries determined upon in advance
and thereafter loudly audible as helpers
of a doubting ear. "Robert Lonis Ste
venson and His Writings," by Mrs. M.
Q. Van Rensselaer, in Century.
Tonne, Inexperienced and Kattled.
A young typewriter had just been
hired by a prominent lawyer. She bad
never done regular work before, and
was somewhat nervous.
The lawyer settled himself back in
bis choir and began dictating froni mind
a brief. He had pegged away about fivo
minutes when the girl stopped, with a
horrified look on her face.
"What's the matter?" asked the law
yer. "Would you mind saying that all
over again?" the girl asked, with eyes
full of tears.
"I forgot to put any paper in the ma
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Call and Sse the New Mandolin Pianos.
11C West Second Street, - Davenport.
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WILLI AH EHIG
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns In Imported
and domestic suitings In the city.
1707 rcair mior
CLOAKS, PUR CAPES AND
This Week at the BEE HIVE. 114 W. Second St.
- See onr Line of Feather Boas.
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Warm all over.
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices In ROCK ISLAND and MO LINE