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Q THE ABQUR WEPffESDAY, BCEHBEB 11. 1895.
OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric.
n'atomea's Drops, Godfrey Cordial, many .HirXal Soothing Syrupa, end
loat remedies far children are composed of i ; or morphine I
Do Ynw Know that opium and morphine an stupe., varcutl? poIso:i?
Do Yon Kwftir that In most countries drog-.lcts are tt rnUtUiJ to am uirxta
Without labeling thctu polentas
P" TV.W Kaow that you ihaald not penult any ruaJklno to U fcttoa your chill
1.1mm joa or your physician know cf irhat it 1 co-aptttc-1 r
P Know that Caatoria Is purely vegituLls prrr-crutlua, and that a list X
Kt ItigradieaU y -published with every botuVf
Tht You Kanrw that Cactcvia is the prescription of Uia famcus tr. finniuel Pitcher.
That It bees la use for bear!? thirty yean, and that mm Caitoria is now soU tha
i all other remedies for children romUned t
Pa Taw Kew that the Patent Office Department of the rited Rates, and of
ether countries, hare issued excluai-7. right to Dr. Pitcher and his iisijns to mm the ord
m Caatoria acd lu formula, and that to Imitate them is & elate prison effnse t -
Pa Tan Know that one of tho reasons for trantiag this goranuccnt protection waa
b-tcauaa Caatoria had been proven to ba ATkeolately baralbaat
Pa Ton Know that 35 averag-a doce of Castoria are furnished for Sib
)ent,or OMceatadcwsf '
Pa Tan Knar y that when posscswd of this perfect crgpantUm. Tow chDulrcn may
be kept well, and that .a may hare unbroken rest f
Wall, those tMate are worth knowing. They ere fade.
I Era attire of
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
DiSaWalsh & Walsh, Specialists
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Cl'.olcal Proinaoor In two of Chicago's
lcadlag medical colleges.
ArknowMzrd by the M-xllcal Prof.-sHnn. Acknowledged by the Press, Acknowledged by
ail a t"e World's Oreatrat and Only Bttccesefol specullst In ChroLlc, Nervoes, Private aed
(urgical Diseases of huta him.
CON8CLTATTOM FRtK! PROMPT AMD PERMANENT CCRKS!
WEAK MEN. Ton that are troub
led with Nrrrooa Debility, Lost Manhood, Ex
haustive Draits, Might losres, Defceure Memory,
Threatened Insanity, Loss of Will Power, Mental
delsetone, leepleapnesx. or er other symptom of
nenrmi ihauniion. Yon thoeld consult aa be
fors it is too late. IMir li fatal.
SURGICAL operations pprformnd
t ytr biime when desired. Abdominal and
braia sargwry a specialty.
a..T Jin? T W! hI ir"1 r""W h"l In coring case siren no as nopelos by all
iiZ yr?Z hZ. V-' "1?" fv ,h" "'J'"1 Profession Tthe
hen .H of our knowlrdire of medicine and oor Intmltablo skill In fhe art .f surirery. Pemeiuher yoo.
famlr physlclsn k wa;s wrlrooi. to see a. operas. We are willing to spread our knowlease
"di?W '"r Pnd of the dVly roeeraiula.loDsre t.lr.frtt.S
ral profession for the advanced BMdical and surgical literature we have written.
drede'aiwdymair D,t n,mBM 0'1 oridntlal. If yon cannot call, write. Han-
Chicago Judical Institute.
Office, 194 West Third Street.
The Portage Entry
Succeasort to the PorUgo
Red Stone Co., also to Fnrit
Men A Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
ACE RED. BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madiaoa Street and
And Floor Paints,
Rubber I lose,
1110 Third tTonaa.
in Davenport, Iowa.
Late of Chicago, formerlv San-Mm.h..r!hlf.f a
Dfe ADtUOUy'S MOgpiUU.
YOU CANT afford to delay if vo
are otIerins; with Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma
Early Consumption, HhenmM'em.Neuralina, lr
peia. Scrofula. Hrphlli, blood, llrer.kiduey dis
eases, rapture, piles or hydrocele. Oar long hoe
pltal experience enables aa to save a life shea
WE CAN positively guarantee a
radical cam of Vsrteoreia In seven days byonr
palnksa method. Women snfferirg from Dterlue
or overtatn trouMe of any nstnre come and get
aa opinion on jonrcaae free of charge.
DAVS9POH1" - IOWA.
Hoars to 10
S lo . and
1 to 8
la the. only 8-doIlar aho that's
mada of tannery oatf akin, dooaro
Uk top, mil leather tTimmeTaoli(l
leather aolea and between the
outer and Inner sole Is a cement
ofoork and rubber equal to
' lasts and Lotkt Utn.
Van' StyleU-4, 6 and O rid
Ails Your Dealer For It,
J. B. LEWIS CO, BoaJHasc.
Sold by DOLLY BROS.
John Volfe dc Co.
Saah, Doora and Blind.
And all kinda of
. Woodwork for Bnildert
DR. J. E.
AFTER BIG '.GAME.
Federation Asked to Tackle the
TSSISI 09 EIGHT HOURS OF "WORK
For the Employes of the Treaaary Depart
' meat, aad Prepare Cbmrge. Again tba
eecretary of the Treaaary Attempt to
Opea the Convention to Socialist Deto
nate. Sat Dm l7poa Declaration la Fs
er of Keeping Contracts Iaviolallle.
New Yoek, Dec. 11. At the session of
the American Federation of Labor Presi
dent McBrlde waa exonerated of the
charges that during a strike in Pennsyl
vania he had accepted a bribe. It became
evident early in the day that any attempt
on the part of the socialist to run the
convention would be nipped in the bud.
In fact the other delegates claim that any
interference whatever on the part of the
socialists would be promptly "squelched."
Secretary MeCrach read the report of the
executive council, which hears various
grievances. Tho report relates to the boy
cotts of the past year and the manner in
which they were settled. Action on there
port was deferred until it was printed.
steads lp for Keeping Coetraeta.
A letter of credentials was (riven to Miss
Eva Valish, of St. Paul, who is on her way
to Europe to investigate the labor ques
tion there. A part of the report of the ex
ecutive council, which is likely to cause a
breeze tn the convention, refers to the re
quest of the Trades and Labor Assembly
or bt. Louis that the charter of the Musi
cians' Mutual Benefit association Xo. 5,579
be revoked because the latter organization
refused to striko to support the Theatrical
Stage Employes. The council refused to
r.Toke the charter, and presents these reso
lutions for adoption in its report: "That
no central body or state federation affili
ated with the A. F. of L. shall have the
right to expel or suspend delegates of any
local or national . union for refusing to
violnte a contract existing with the em
ployers." Charges Against Secretary Carlisle.
Among the resolutions handed up for
action by the committee on resolutions
was one presented by the Pattern Makers'
National league, reciting that there nro
laws restricting the employment of labor
era and mechanics on government work
to not more than eight hours per day, and
that it is positively known that the offi
cials of the treasury department not only
do not enforce the law but openly violate
it, and that the officials tend to pervert
the efforts of the trades and labor organi
zations to shorten the work day. Then it
is resolved "that the executive council of
the A. F. of L. is hereby directed to pre
pare charges under general order No. 3'JS
of the navy department, issued Aug. 6,
ltiiKi, to the president of the Unjfod States
against the secretary of the treasury, who,
being cognizant of such violation, has
failed to have said law covering the eight
hour work day properly complied with."
Gives the lTesldeet a Hint Also.
The resolutions further declare "that
the delegates to the convention believe
it to bo of purainouut importance that the
head of the government must see to the
strict enforcement of the eight-hour law,
and we hold him to a strict accountabil
ity." Delegato Kcnney, of Omaha, intro
duced a resolution in favor of the free
coinage of silver nt a ratio of 10 to 1, with
out conferring with "any other nation on
earth." Tho committee on resolutions re
ported in favor of the resolutions limit
ing the hours of labor of the journeymen
horscshoers to nine hours, and the report
was sent to tho committee on shorter
hours notwithstanding the horseshoe rs
served notice that they would force the
fight regardless of what tho convention
Where Socialism Was Squelched.
Socialism came into tho discussion when
tho protests of St. Louis iron moulders
against the seating of Joseph Ferris came
up. He claimed to come from Springfield,
Ills., and the committee on credentials re
ported against lilm. A motion was inado
to reject tho committee's report, but it
was learned that if Ferris was admitted
motions would bo made to seat many who
had been denied admission because they"
were socialists, rue amendment to reject
the report of the committee on credentials
rejecting Ferris was then voted down,
and a motion was carried confirming the
report of the committee. The convention
COMING TO A CRISIS IN CUBA.
Rebels Are In Force in Santa Clara Pre.
pared to Meet the Spaniards.
Havana, Dec. II. According to trust
worthy information just received here by
the correspondent of tho Associated Press
the insurgents have been making rapid
progress through the province af Santa
Clara, The fore? commanecd by Gomez,
Macco, Roloff, Sanchez, CarriUie, Guorra,
Diaz and .other insurgent lcade rs have
nmted and are now encamped at A jt4?s
about fifteen miles from Placctas.
From the feet that so many of the in
surgent leaders have concentrated their
force it is believed that Gomez and Maceo
have determined to risk a pitched battle
with the Spanish troops. This concentra
tion of the insurgent forces, however, is
exactly what General Campos is said to
have been praying for, and with the com
ing of the reinforcement of trqop from
Spain it now seems certain that he will ba
able to strike a decisive blow.
Doable Marder la Virginia.
BLCEFIKLD, Dec. 11. Xcar Bear Wal.
low, twenty-five miles from here in Giles
county, Va., aa atrocious crime was com
mitted. John and Mary Fcagan, husband
and wife aged 61 and 64 years, lived alone
on their farm. John Feagan sold hi hogs
ana it was Known ne bad in his bouse
some 300 or (300. Early in the mornins
one of his neighbors went to the house
and a terrible sight presented itself. On
the bed lay Mrs. Feagan with her head
split open. On the floor lay Feagan with
his skull crushed and a deep gash, in hi
breast, which bad been done with an axe.
The bouse had been ransacked. Two
tramps are suspected.
Air Brake Litigatloav.
Baltimore, Dec. 1L The Westing-
house Air Brake company, of Pittsbura:.
ha filed a suit in the United States circuit
court for the district of Maryland against
the Boyden Air Brake company, of this
city, asking for an Injunction to restrain
the latter from further alleged infringe
ment of a fluid pressure automatic brake
mechanism which the plaintiffs claim to
own. The suit is similar to the one de
cided recently in the United States court
of appeals in favor of Um Borden com
THE SULTAN COMES DOWN.
Issues aa trade Granting FI means for Those
- Extra Caardahtaa.
Cosstaxtisople, Dec. 11. It was an
nounced in official circles that the repre
sentations of the powers upon tho matter
of extra guardships have finally had ef
fect upon the sultan, and the firmans for
the passage of the extra guardship will
be issued so soon as possible.
Later. The rumor that the sultan had
determined to issue tho firmans demand
ed by the powers turns out to be correct.
At 8:10 last evening an irado was issued
granting tho permission ..for the extra
guardships to pass tho straits of the Dar
danelles, thus ending another chapter in
the long history of the eastern question.
The demand whs first made upon the
sultan Nov. 19, and scarcely a day has
passed since then without its being re
newed in a more or less peremptory man
ner. Tho Ingenuity displayed . by the
Turkish government In evading a direct
answer to the demand, or,- when forced to
answer, the effective pleadings put forth
for delay, had almost brought the mind
of Europe to the conviction that the de
mand wonld never be complied with.
Meantime days and weeks passed by with
out any action and the condition of things
in Constantinople that brought out the de
mand has almost passed. The final tri
umph of the powers in forcing a compli
ance with their demands seems a barren
one. , . ; .
STATISTICS OF ILLINOIS RAILROADS.
A Mass of Figures Conveying Some Infor
mation for the Fnblicist.
Springfield, Dec 11. Advance sheets
of the Illinois railroad and warehouse
commission's annual report for 189u, of
roads entering and doing business in 1111
nois, shows the following: Number of
roads, 117, with 10,49U miles of track;
number of locomotives, 8.566; passenger
cars, 6,710; freight cars, 3C2,W7; other cars,
8,37k; leased locomotives and cars, 13,830.
Number of officer and. employes, 62,735;
last year the number was 61,303. Total
railway capital, $3,203,703, 163, or (60,395
per mile of road. Of this $1,8574300,151
earned nothing for the holders. The aver
ago dividend paid was 6. dross earn
ings from operation, $G9,8irj, lit!; operating
expenses. $48, 191,651; net income, $31, 707,
644; last year, f33,374.973.
During tho year 630 persons were killed
and ,081 injured In railroad accidents. Of
the number killed 175 were employes, 13
passengers and 443 other persons; of tho
number injured 1,433 were employes, 155
possengcrs and 400 other persons. Ono
employe out of 359 was killed, against
ono in 456 the previous year. Out of each
6,399,451 passengers carried one wa
killed. Out of each 409,583 one was in
jured. Salaries averaged: General offi
cers, $9. 43 per day; clerks, $3.ti7; engineers,
$3 40; firemen, $3.07; conductors, $2.91;
trainmen, $1.93; station agents, $1.05; sta
tion men, $1.55; machinists, $2 3tt; section
foremen, $1.7J; switchmen, flagmen,
watchmen, $1.77; telegraph operators and
dispatchers, $1.03; laborers, $1.63.
BOSTON IS DEMOCRATIC AGAIN.
That Party Carries the City Elections, In.
. cladlng the Cooncil.
Boston, Dec. 11 The Republican ad
ministration which has been in control of
municipal affairs for tho past eleven
months was overthrown at the polls yes
terday after one of the must spirited and
hotly contested campaigns in the history
of local polities and Boston once more
returns to its old position in tho Demo
cratic column. Tho Republican mayor
lion. Kdwin Upton Curtis, was defeated
by 4,37b plurality, and all branches of tho
city government are Democratic, the Re
publicans losing control of the board of
aldermen and school committee.
Annual municipal elections were held
in ten cities of the commonwealth. The
contests in Chelsea, Lynn, Lowell, and
Worcester were hard fought, and tn each
case the A. P. A. figured largely. The Re
publicans and A. P. A. carried Lynn and
Chelsea, whilo in Lowell the secret organ
ization met defeat. The straight Repub
lican candidate for mayor of Worcester
was defeated by over 1,000 plurality. The
Republican won in Beverly.
Henry Thielcn, charged with killing
Tardinastcr Vance in the yards of the
Chicago and Northwestern road, Sept. 11,
pleaded guilty at Chicago and was sen
tenced to fifteen years' imprisonment in
The Duckworth slub, of Cincinnati, has
indorsed the declaration of President
Cleveland on the Monroe doctrine and
sent a telegram to Governor McKinley
asking, in the event of war, to be enlisted
as the First Ohio Volunteer Infantry, to
fight for the stars and stripes.
Whitten, Burdett & Co., the largest
wholesale clothing dealers in Boston, have
asked for an extension of tiioa from their
creditors. The house failed six years ago
for $1,300,033. It is probable that the lia
bilities at the present time will not exceed
Ex-Govcrnor John P. St John, of Kan
sas, is at Chicago to attend tho Prohibi
tion convention, which opens today at the
Obituary: At Berlin, Herr Dowe, in
ventor of the bullet-proof coat. At Grand
Junction, Colo., Professor Charles L. In
gcrsolL At Loda, Ills., O. L. Ciosson.
At Green Bay, Wis.. A G. Holmes. At
Saginaw, Mich., San ford S. Perkins 65.
At Virginia, Ills., John Gore, 60.
An eloping couple from Chicago giving
the names of W. H. McLaln and Bessie
Steele, were refused a marriage license at
Logans port, Ind., on account of their
President Faure, of France, may resign
In consequence of underhanded attacks on
him because of as eandal involving hi
Booker T. Washington, the colored edu
cator, will addres the Hamilton club, of
Chicago, this evening.
New York city is experimenting with
policemen mounted on bicycle.
Lillian Russell is ill with acute bron
chitis at New Orleans.
The brownstone slab known a the
George Washington stone, fixed in the
base of the pedestal of the statue of George
Washington in front of the sub-treasury
at New York, I to be removed to save it
from destruction. This is the stone upon
which George Washington stood when
he took the oath of office a first presi
dent of the United States April 3J, 1734
. Every member of M. Bourgeois' cabinet
except M. Bertbelot is a Free Mason.
Two Russian battleships, the Kurikand
the Dimitri Donskol, on her way to the
Mediterranean,' put into Portsmouth har
bor recently, being the first Russian ves
sels to whom the privilege had been al
lowed In over a quarter of a century.
A commentary on the state of thins In
Florida ia the assertion that "no negro la
ante m ate eonnty at pganm.-
GENERAL BRADLEY IS GOVERNOR.
First Bepnblieaa Executive Keatacky Eve
Had Baa Bern Inaugurated.
FRANKFOBT, Ky., Dec. 11. The capital
of Kentucky waa en fete yesterday in
honor of the inauguration of General W.
O. Bradley as governor of the common
wealth. For the hour politic was forgot
ten, and Democrats Tied with Republicans
in making the inauguration of the first
Republican governor in the history of the
blue grass state an event to be remem
bered. . Special train from all parts of
the state brought an itnmcuse crowd to
the capital, and the Republican organi
sations of the loading cities were here In
force. Governor Bradley, during the en
tire parade and ceremony, received such
an ovation aa must have warmed bis
heart. As the military and clubs marched
and countermarched cheer rose from
thousands of throats for the new execu
tive. As Colonel Bradley mounted the
inaugural stand he was given a' reception
which beggars description.
- In his inaugural the governor declared
for "sound money," and for the fearless
inforcement of the law, declaring that
"mob violence, which has its home, in the
breasts of cowards, should be prevented
at all hazards, and if committed should
bo properly and severely punished
. I shall do right, as. God enables
me to see the right; be just, as He enable
me to determine what is just, and by the
love that I cherish for the state of my
birth do all that within mo lies to ad
vance her prosperity, enforce hor laws,
protect her citizens and maintain her
honor, remembering always that I am
not a governor of a party, but of all the
The adjective mercurial, like many
others, came into ordinary speech - from
the realm of astrology. In astrological
language a mercurial man was one born
under the influence of Mercury, when
Mercury was in the ascendant, and
therefore possessed of the mental quali
ties supposed to distinguish the heathen
deity of that name.
Some Are That Way.
She Why doesn't Mr. Pompus join
the church? fie seems to be quit a good
He I guess he feels as if the church
ought to join him.-Detroit Free Press.
Didn't Know It Was IVoadedr ,
PlEKKE, S. D , Deo. 11. Charles Prince,
a 13-year old boy, accidentally shot and
killed Bertha Ackcrman, the 13 year-old
daughter of James Ackerman, at DeGray,
tweuty miles south of here, with an old
Lafayette la a -Machine Town."
LAFATETTZ. linn. 11 Tk. V.l -.-li
- """uug v.i
ba begun the use of the Merganthaler
"3 uiacnines, ana ijolaycttc has
become a "machine town," a printers
New York Financial.
New York. Dee. la
Honey on call nominally l'i1S per cent.
Prime mercantile piper a).i' per cent.;
sterling exchange firm, with actual busi
mu iu banker' bill, at 4ss-4'el9 for de
mand, and 4i;S4.l for a.xty days; pasted
rates, JMsigijsj and 4tli9hM; commercial
Silver certificates, 06' i:T7; no sales; bar
silver, 6X Mexican dollars, 5&
United States government bonis steady;
new 4's reg., tMi; do. coupons, 13 6
tvg.. 1U"4: coupons. 114; 4'a reg., 1104;
couponj, U,; 3's reg. UT; Paciflo 6e of
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chic ago, Dae. 10.
The following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat December,
opened 8:, closed 58' ic; January, opened
frVaC. closed fitic; May. opened 62K clooed
Ojc. Corn December, opened 233. closed
254c; January, opened .26c, closed 2io;
May, opened 2c, cloied Oats De
cember, nominal. sloel 17c; February,
opened 18c, cloied lUc; May, opened ZAita,
closed W.'-bC Pork December, opened ST.aJ,
closed 17.75; January, opened $15, closed
fS.45; May.opeaai i93!, dosed titfiS. Lard
December - nominal, closed - $3.10; Jan
uary, opened &.. close! 13.23.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery. 23o
per lb. ; extra dairy. 20931c ; packing stock, 119
12c E, Fresh stock. 2Uo per dozen.
Dreesed Poultry Spring chickens, QW&li4c per
lb; old hens. asO'jc; roosters, 4'43c; turkeys,
SfCtffy:; ducks, (XttiOc; geese, oTgdlc. Potatoes
iiurbauks, ija,tAa per bo. Sweat Potatoes
Illinois. tiSil) per bbL Apples Fair to
choice, tl.Sataao per bbL Honey White
clover, 1 lb sections, fancy, liiaWc per lb.;
broken comb, 10911c; extracted. Vale Cran
berries Cape Cod, 2 50 9i8i per box.
Chicago Live Stock. .
Chicago, Dee. 10.
Live Stock Pricos at the Union Stock
Tarda today ranged aa follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for tho day, 3J,J0J: sales
ranged at t2.40iii. pigs, tM.4Xft3.8J light,
tKiii'-fitj rough packing. t3.4vS3.SO mixed,
and -s3.5O9j.sj heavy packing and snipping
Cattle Estimated receipt for the day.
5 ,5UU; quotations ranjed at ft.9Ji95.lu Christ
mas beeves, ti.401.8i choioe to extra ship
ping steers, tl.0J9i.4gd fc chjicsdo., J.4i
4.00 fair to good, $3.1591.40 eommja to medi
ums do., $2.M98.S5 butchers' steers, ti.Hi 93. JJ
tochers. t2.s69S.6O feeders, $LS09J.40 cows,
$J-4JSa.j3 heifers, $1.7y-tJ.5J bulls, fa'3lt'
Texas steers, and $.009j.75 veal calvea
Sheep Estimated receipts fo.- the day,
I8.0A"; sales ranged at $1.793.25 westerns.
$1.7592.7 Texas, 1.7a9J.5J native, aad $-'.649
rem Sew. tt.
Oate New. lficS'-ftc
Hay-Timothy. $lSaI3: eplsnd, $11; wild, $7
O$10; slough, --$. baled. $11.
Batter Fair to choice, 18c; fresh
Bggs Fresh, xoa
Pod It rr Chickens, S4c
Cattle Batchers nay for com fed steers
SKcaMe; cows end halters, SfcoaJitc; calves.
Spring bursa, 4c a pound.
Children Cry for
wa fcaoy wee awk, we ga-at aar Caatoria.
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BLACKING APPLIED AND
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart'a Sons,
is always appreciated by the
waiter. Wise men never refuse
- a valuable tip from a responsible
business honse. We advise yon
to look over our imported stock
of cloths which we are making
up into suits. We have a relia
ble corps of cutters whose busi
ness it is to give satifactory re
sults and an excellent fit.. Let
us measure you for a suit and we
are sure it will lead to our mu
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DICE dhw m GOOi
OA If SK SIEST AT
E. Fo DORJV,
The New Merchant Tailor
1822 SECOND AYE
Harper Hons Block
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition ia located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot ia it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lota are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lota ia
the city. Apply to
M. Id. STURGEON,
Boom 21, 7ffltcfc.il ft Lyndt Ebclr
c- w at-aw ki " i ..4Btag-"
x:iiDi.f ii nr - atr
3 H s
FOa A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A VJO'CVT.
Morse Bros. Pr0-Ca9i0B.Mass.USA.
Wholesale Grocer. Rock Island
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
THICAQO, KOCK ISLAKD 4k PACiriO
i'fT-Ticsetscnh.pnrchaed or bar-
gee cherkrdw. K I p Tw.wiet. street dep?4
or e K I P depot comer Flrta avenue aad
rtlrty ret wreet Jrank 11. Pta-naUrTXaioU
ftenvor Limited AorDaa
Ft. Worth, Uunver A B.U.
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Denver. Llncoli. A Omaha..
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Denver, Ft. Worth 4k K.C..
tKansas City A at. Joseph.
tRock Island 4k Washington
tChtcsco 4k Des Moines
Bock l-'Und Brooklyn Ac.
am t :35 pm
1 1 46pmit:taa
"MO pmlt 7:89 am
a IK nn. . m Ali
an-.1!11-, .t0???1? tl.l l f, except Sunday,
all other riali. 1pr.Mma llT-d.
Sntiiiay urarti a Pnllman s'eeper will be at
the d pot rfier 10 SO which wiU leave for Chica
go at 2:05 a.m. Monday.
BCKMNOTOM ROUTE C.. B. 4k V- Alb
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street. A4. JT. Tonne, agent.
Lnava. I saaiva.
Sk lOiS ax-m-m.......
Bt. Uom Kxoress.........
Dubuque 41 Stirling Pas..
om A", am
t SMiim H-.HIam
t 7 Uts t S:4Spaa
It :44lpm t :45 pm
.ail7. tDaily except bundsy.
QHICAOO, MILWACETTE 4k T. FAITL
Rs'-lway Baclne S.nthwtern Dlvlelna
Depot Twentieth sttoet. bstweeo First and
Second avennea, L. H. Greer. Agent.
Mall and Expresa Tsl0 ,n t:8Jpsi
S' T'k.1 M pm Il:-man
Freight ana AceommoJafn. :OU am T:supm
Daily except Sunday.
Dock Island rsoniA Bailwat
, PI" Avenue and Twentieth street.
K. L. Goff, agenu
TRAINS. Laava Aaatva
Ettcrn Ex. The Trilby". t-t am lfl:S pi
Peonaa hi Lou U Mail km... eSM am :4u in
Express l:ttbm 11:16 am
Peoria Accom, Fretcht 7:1(1 pm 2:) am
Cable Aecommoostion -0am Mpn
t able Accommortstlon 8:40 am t-jn ntn
Cable Arcommo4stion tm ?-tfi am
"15 - - - n. 1. m r. laonne
ayenac) depot Ave (5) minutes earlier than t me
given. Trains marked daily, all other train
daily except baoday.
DCKLINOTOM. CKDAB JUPIDS 4k
" Nnrthvra Iilt . ... .
street, Daveaport. Jse. laanon, sea. Tkt 4k
Learn 1 Asitrve
l-4 :5 pcibib:ia am
West Liberty I raitt-
thuiy. DUauy except banaay. ttoinr north.
pwing Bonia ana easu no. is rune bet
Cedar Hpids aad West LIbeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Rock Island
Lv Kock Island
4 25 ami BWam
5 On pm
8 It am
8 40 pm
Twentieth at Depot
At Iniiianspolis .....
Ar Louisville...... ..,
Ar Cincinnati. ......
Ar bay ton.. ..........
Ar Colnmbiis... ......
Ar SpringAeid. ,
Ar 81 Lonis
Ar Decatar ,
1 07 am
S 15 pm
II ID 1
10 50 am
10 50 am
1 10 pm
1 45 am
11 10 am
1 10 pm
f 40 pm
1 45 pm
7 fi um
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAJtfD TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leavine Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Fckin, Hav
ana, Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coachea and sleeping cara on Bight
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Abou Ben McGinty.
Arrxa asoc sea adhxx.
ANo Bea WcOlnty, assy his tribe hvr.-esr.
C-awled out of bed ail covered with
"B jhhr.!" be said, -what's this I see?
yaiih it looks 10 ma liks a P-Cox Brownie. "
And what are yoe doing.' says Me very bold,
"U mine all ov. r that eo.k of poid;"
The Bmwate vanlsbed oot of sight.
Tea. tbe last Me saw of him that aigfat.
The rest a'gkt the Bmwnie appeared "airln."
Mc bad ttnlsbe his arayers snd just tamed la.
Faith."- he said, nils ia O'brad jV raost
Tamed oat to give me an elraant ruast,"
"And what will ye bats," Said Me In a tremk'Jng
"inn If. whsky 111 uke. It's always my
Tb. Bfowete vanirhed a the night before.
Went oat of tn windunr instead 01 the door.
The aext night the Browe'e appeared for the
ate had been ont ts a wake and was fall of tght
The Bros-ai. had written n b!s book of gold
A story be was aow icady to enfold. -
"Aed what nave ve writ In that preeoas booh?
" I'll trtv. y. a swig If fe ll trtve e slo.rk.'
'flae brnwalesnaw. rrl. wrlUea Ike caaaes
of soaps that are nest.
Aad to sod behold AnU Waahboard Soap leads
ail la. rest.