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TlliS AHQUP, BA&imtikt " -pg&EflCBlSB 21, 1R95.
Cavstorim U Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Onlusi, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute)
, for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing 8 Traps, and Castor Oik
' It is Pleasant. Its soaraatee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
' feTerlihness. Castorla prerents vomitinff Sour Curd,
cores Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castorla relieves
teething; troubles, cores constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, sarins; healthy and natural sleep. Cos
torla Is the Children Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Oantorle la an xUtrl medicine for ehtt.
Koteera have repeatedly told me of its
goad effect pas the- chlldrea."
Da, a. a Oooooo.
Castorla kt Om beet remedy for ehildrse of
which 1 Ml aiwiiielnrod 1 hope the day la act
far dietant wham mothers will eonatder the real
Hml of their children, mad ass Caatoria la
Mad of the rarloua quack ooetrams which an
SMtfojtof their loved ooaii byforeutgonJuiu,
, soothing syrup and other hurtfaa
i down their throats, limn lij umllna
ahem pieaul in graves."
Pa. J. T. InRiaMi
j Conway, Ark.
The Oaatew Oamsaay, TT
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.Wa!sh & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in psveuport, Iowa..
DB. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly CI steal Froreesor la two of Calcacot
leedlag medical col Mrs.
Acknowledged by the Wedlcs Prof carton. Acknowledged by the Freee Arknowl1i K.
WEAK MEN. You that are troub
led with B.rroae Debility, toet Mao boos, Ix
beartlve Oraiae. " Ight loeeca, Defective If awry,
Threalesed laeaalty. Low of Will Power, Mental
delaetoae, .leepleMnom, or any ether ymptoaa of
n.rvon. exhaiMtion. Yoa thoald coaaalt as be
fore it M loo late. Delay la fatal.
SURGICAL operations performed
tt roar boom when deelrtd. Abdominal aad
lata targery a epactalty.
Tee pral.ee we have received for oar remarkable .km la nim. , , .
has compelled ue to thl. mean. I order to lrti TtS'Si??! -f.bi? "J.!"
aaaeat of our knowledge of medicine
"r puyaicwn u ajwaya welcome to eao as
aad abow ear (kill, and we feel Jnetly proud of the
. : " -"- J"'7 Fnnro in
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ci proreaeioa lor tae adTaaced medical and eargtral
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dred. eSrid b.mi7r
Chicago Mical Institute.
Uiiice, 124 Wast Third Street.
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Bad Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu 4k Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
And Floor Taints,
Etc, Etc. '
FR AUK ILL
1710 Toitd aTsnus.
Caatoria I ae wen adapted to chlldrea that
H. A. Aacara.IL n,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
'Oar physicians la the children's depar
nave spotea Highly of their expaat-
ence in their ootaido pcaetiea with Caatoria,
and altbooch wa only have among onr
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wears free to eoofees that the
merits of Caatoria has woa as to look with
favor npoa It."
rarrsD nosnra and DtarasAST,
lun a Sam, Prt.,
Murray Street, Vew Torh City.
Da. J. E. WALSH,
Late of CibiesgQ. formerly Sargeoe-la-Chlef a
PBOBfT ARD PE8MAWEKT CUBES!
YOU CANT afford to delay if yo
are anffrrlnf with Catarrh. Brooehltlsf Asthma
Early Oon.umntioe, Hbeamat'eahNcuralcia, Dyr
pepria. Scrofula, HrphllK blood. liver, kldnev dte.
eaeea, rapture, plica or hydrocele. Oar kmc hoe
0therBaS!nnC DSl0 aaye a Ufewhao
WE CAN positively guarantee a
jUiL!?!. Vw,la In seven dars by oar
peinlees method. Women raftering (ram uterine
or overtain tnmblea of aay natare come and set
an opinion oa joor case free of charge.
'laTrdlTtoV.J'.t.VLi? "rln tlrea Bp as bopeleae by all
" the people aa wall ae the medical profeemon the
n wiuui wBjDiua onr DMirWisMiaM
nail mnirMtnlatlM,. m. "
jly cvngraialaiiotie we receive f rom the BiedV
Utcratan wa "kw
If yoa cannot call, write. Hoa
Boare Sto 10
I tot, aad
TUB LAND or
Sunshine, Flowers aEd Fruit
IS FASILY REACHED BY
St Louis & Cairo
The "Uully Springs Route" from St.
Louis. Fast Time, Low Ratos, Lib
eral Limits. Through Pullman Sleep
ers. Geo. E. Lary. Gen'l Pass. Art.
St. Louis. Ilo.
John Voile ds Co,
8 ash. Doors aad Blinds,
Woodwork for Baildart
Ih Sties', bat ttk aad ttfe are
Another Frightful Disaster n a
KES EBTOMBED WITHOUT HOPE.
rail mt Iwl CaaMd ay aa Kxploaloa Bhata
: Twestrjnaai Wuihiaa Up im m Uviaa;
Grave for the Deadly Black Damp ta
Caaaplata that Tracedy Baewn Beaeh
the laaprisoawd Meat Only ta Flad Their
Sashviluc, Deo. 81. A spscial to The
American from Chattanooga, Tenn., sajs:
Twenty-four miners lost their lives yes
terday In the Nelson mine, entry No. 10,
near Dayton, Tenn., by an explosion of
fire-damp. The explosion was succeeded
by a teniflo crash which indicated that
the roof had fallen in. No avenue of es
car' was left and there is no possibility
that any of the men will be found alive.
The mine Is the property of the Dayton
Coal and Iron company, three miles from
the town of Dayton, and reached by a
spar track. The men, both white and col
ored, including several boys, entered the
mine at 7 o'clock In the morning, but
nothing of tho awful catastrophe was
known until 11 o'clock, when the drivers
at entry No. 10 found their way blocked
by b solid wall of coal and slate.
Foal Air Embarraeeea the Workmen.
Rescuing- parties worked all day like
grim death trying to reach them, but it is
probable thaV they will bo several days
forcing an opening through the wall of
fallen roofing, which must bo made safo
as they proceed. The fool air quickly ex
hausts the workers, who are relieved by
fresh hands. The work will continue day
and night till the bodies are recovered. At
the drift mouth honlreds of women and
children soon gathsrei and the picture of
their grief and despair Is heartrending.
No Hope for the Imprisoned.
Mothers wringing their hands, weeping
daughters and little children, sweethearts
and gray head grandparents, all in the
greatest distress, for they have been told
that there la no hope, is a spectacle from
which one turns sick at heart, As the
mine Is ventilated by air shafts or pass
ages, so the caving-ln of the wall In the
entry cut o3 the draft and death is certain
to those who breathed the poisoned air.
Deacriptloai of the Fatal Miaaw
The Nelson mine has been worked for
twelve years or more, and the entry where
the unfortunate miners are entombed ran
back more than two miles from the mouth
of the mine. The mlno Is the kind com
mon in southern coal field, known as
drift or level-veined mines, worked In the
direction of the vein, straight Into the face
of the mountain, but before the entry is
reached a long slope extends to a level sev
eral hundred yards below at an angle of
about twenty degrees. The cars are pulled
up from the foot of the slope where tram
cars, drawn by mules, connect with the
ouUido by a cable which hauls the coal
up with remarkable rapidity.
DCAD NUMBER TWENTY-NINE.
Itodies Reached aad Broaght to the Sur
face Cause of the Disaster.
LATER. At 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon a way had been broken through the
debris in tho passage of entry No. 10, and
the blackened corpses of tho dead miners
wore carried to the outside where tho
work of identification bagan. The num
ber of victims, first reported at twenty
four, has reached twenty-nine. Life had
long been extinct in all the poor remains
of humanity stretched at tho moTfth of
the tunnoL The report says that the gas
was first ignited in No. U by Tom Haw
kins, gas inspector, on his usual morning
round of the mines.
The flames were rapidly commuincated
to entry No. 10 by means of side passages.
All the men at work in entry No. 9 es
caped except Hawkins. In No. 10, which
forma an angle In tho bank and connect,
with the outside world at the foot of the
lower slope, the deadly gas was drifted
and congested, doing Its work so well that
not ono of the men at work in the rooms
of this cross passage is alive to tell the
story. Oscar Hawkins, one of the first
men to get out of No. 9 will also die, mar
ing tbo twenty-ninth life sacrified.
New Tork Meeting Poatponed.
New York, Dec SI. Notice is given by
Secretary Wilson, of the Chamber of Com
merce, that the call for the special meet
ing of the chamber has been withdrawn
because it is considered advisable to await
the action of tho senate, and because the
regular meeting of the chamber is on Jan.
SeaaaUonal Plea for Divorce.
Iehkv, - O. T., Dec. 21. Mrs. Alida
Breese Ramsay, wife of Dr. Elmer Ram
say, of Kansas City, has filed a senational
petition for divorce in the courts here.
Mrs. Ramsay is said to be related to ex
Representative Morrison, of Illinois.
BeU Telephone Divldead.
New York, Dec 21. The International
Bell telephone company has declared a
dividend of S per cent., payable Jan. 3.
Appeal to Dchs aad MeBrido.
Philadelphia, Deo. si. The strike
leaders have telegraphed to Eugene V,
Dobs, president of the American Rail
way Union, and John Mc Bride, of the
Federation of Labor, requesting theau to
come to this city immediately.
A Floarlehmc Iadaetry.
Frieud How are you getting along
- Sharpfello First rate. Making money
hand over fist.
"Indeed! You told me some time
ago that your trade no longer paid liv
ing wages. "
. "Well, it doesn't"
"Then how do you make so much
"Teaching others my trade." New
Believe nothing against another but
on good authority, and never report
what may hurt another unless it be a
greater hurt to some other to conceal it.
The yearly eonsumption of coffee in
the United States is 84 pound per in
habitant. J -
The "Celestial Empire," referring to
the domain of China, has a significance
is the. Chinese legend that tea early
ruhrs f tjj consty- were all deVae.
STRIKE MAY Be DECLARED OFF.""
ladlratlewa of as Bad to the Great Phfte
delphia Labor Troahto.
PHILADELPHIA, Dee. BL-rThe gnat trol
ley strike is In all probability oft. Late
last night Mayor Warwick succeeded in
Inducing a proposition to be made looking
to an amicable settlement of the trouble.
The pr jposltion comes from the Union
Traction company to the strikers, and Is
that if the men will come back to work
sad pesos Is restored the management
will cordially and considerately receive a
committee from the ranks of their em
ployes, and will hear their complaints and
grievances and remedy the same within
the range of fairness. The proposition was
given by the mayor to Rev. Dr. Baker and
Mr. Griffith, of the Christian League, ard
it was authorized to be made by the trac
UNCERTAINTY GIVES TROUBLE.
Yeaesawla Affairs Will Keep the Baalaeas
Maa la Hot Water.
New Yore, Dec 81. The general busi
ness situation has' been affected by the
precipitation of - possible complications
with Great Britain. First to feel this
were prices of cotton and wheat. The
serious nature of the president's statement
of tho case had the effect here and in Lon
don of causing free selling of securities
even in spite of the fact that expectation
of war is slight The most unfavorable
feature is continued negotiations and the
uncertainty which must exist.
The total number of business failures
throughout the United States, as reported
to Bradstreet's this week, aggregate 885
compared with 313 last week, 30U In the
like week one year ago, SS3 two years ago
(more than at the close of the panie year),
and SHM and 313 in similar periods in 1MU
Seaate Proceedlaga Briefed,
Washington, Doc si. The senate spent
almost an hour In executive session wait
ing upon the message from the president,
the reading of which was tho last pro
ceeding before adjournment. The mes
sage was a plea for financial action on the
1 nes suggested in the annual message.
The Venezuela commission bill was
passed unanimously as it came from the
house. Tho house adjournment holiday
resolution was also amended and passed so
as to provide for adjourning from today
until Monday, Jan. 6. This proceeding
was accoru pained by an explanation from
the Democratic sido of the chamber that
it would be impossible for them to com
plete their committee assignments even if
the senate should remain in session until
Tuesday next, Tho resolution Instruct
ing the finance committee to consider free
silver coinage was adopted. -
The session of the house was purely a
perfunctory affair, and after waiting an
hour and a half for tho senate to act on
the adjournment resolution adjournment
was taken to today.
Chicago Was Extra Wet.
Chicago, Doc. 21. It Is said that never
before In the history of Chicago has there
been such a continuous downpour of rain
as during the past few days. Even the
spring freshets have been outdone. Over
6.22 laches of wutcr- in' four days is the
record reported by Professor Cox of the
Auditorium weather station. The Illi
nois and Michigan canal has broken its
banks, and to prevent further catastrophe
tho sluices have been opened into the
Chicago river. As a result that sewer
has been turned into a rapid river, whose
current is sweeping the rich sediment of
filth far out into the lake to the certain
contamination of the water supply.
IUIaois Repnblksaa Committee.
Chicago, Dec 21. Chairman T. N.
Jamleson, of the state Republican execu
tive committee, has issued a call for a
moeting of that committee, to take place
at the state headquarters at the Great
Northern hotel Dee. 27. At this meeting
the question of tho date of holding the Re
publican love feast will be discussed and
1 ABBREVIATED TELtGRAMS.
Charles H. Fahs, of the Northwestern
university, at Evanston, Ills, will bo one
of the three representatives sent by Amer
ica to the international conference of stu
dent volunteers, which will meet in Liver
pool, England, Jan. L 1890. Foreign mis
sions will be the subject for consideration.
Rev. Joseph Cook is reported to be at
Kobe, Japan, broken in mind and body.
Cardinal Satolli has received the red
shull cap. the insignia of his new office.
C. E. Woodruff Si Co., electric supplies;
S. S. Scribner, manufacturer of rubber
goods, and William Osner, wholesale
boot and shoe dealer, all occupying the
building at 535 Lake street, Chicago, were
burned out. Loss is estimated at $25,000.
Mexico has granted a concession to
George E. Dctwiler, of Chicago, and Kmil
B. Barry, of Boston, to build a railway
along tho Pacific coast from Tehnantepee
to the Guatemalan frontier. They gut
about t5,OU),000 subsidy.
Steve Brodie has put a sign in the win
dow of his saloon reading: "War! war!
war I Recruits for Brodie'. regiment. In
quire here." He has already enlisted fifty
Frank Demlng, a traveling salesman
for John Ailing & Co., hardware deal nr.
at 63 Lake street, Chicago, committed sui
cide in the Dodge hotel at Moulton, la.
by shooting himself in the head.
Leopold Stein, a wealthy jeweler, while
traveling in Guatemala, was robbed of a
large quantity of jewels. Their value is es
timated at tia-.uoo.
Advices from Hnyti say that Hippolyt's
anxiety about the political situation there
is Increasing, and that he is troubled with
insomnia and is restless and Irritable.
The Salvadorean government is greatly
alarmed about the reports of the move
ments of Eseta. It Is known that the lat
ter has secured a small steamer, with
which it is expected that an effort will be
made to land a body of Insurgents,
equipped with a large supply of ammuni
tion. The secaed floor of the Palace Clothing
company's store at Minneapolis collapsed,
ruined half the store, and killed Gale
Walters, a dark.
Fire at Denver In the Riche block
burned out fire firms aad destroyed 113,
K worth of property, partly insured.
Charles & Atwood, designer-in-chlef for
the World's Columbian exposition, died
at his home in Buena Para a Chicago
It to claimed that William J. Ferris,
whose body was found decapitated on the
right of way of the Illinois Central at
Chicago, was mttrdered, and did cot com-aattentclde.
W rUATldM ON WAU. STREET.
Day of Excite mest That Looked Like
rule (or a Time. .
Nkw YORK, Dec. SL Yesterday was a
Aay of excitement on Wall street, and
matters for a time bore the resemblance
of a panic But the condition of affairs
I had not been unexpected and in a meas
j lire the dealers had prepared themselves.
too opening 01 Duaness on the
stock exchange it was announced that ttt,.
400,000 in gold would be sent out of the
country, and later in the day the export
of 160,000 was announced. This together
with the eable advices from London an
nouncing extensive sale of American se
curities, and the tenor of the war newt
from all quarters Was responsible for the
general feeling of uneasiness that pre
vailed even early in the day.
The spirit of the market was to sell, and
In the big exchanges this was done to an
extent rarely before surpassed. In the
Stock Exchange the sales for the day were
775,701 shares. As a result of the decline
in stocks the failure of the following firmi
was announced on the Stock Exchange
during the day: Nichols, Frothlngham &
Co, Samuel & Sands tt Co., De Neufville
& Co., L. A. reldman. and B. Fenton,
With the fall in prices the banks called In
all their loans, thus adding to the com'
( plications of the situation. In many in-
nouva rawnM wuiu ue mauo unuer ne
Just before closing the Stock Exehange
tne gauenes were erowaea with specta
tors; the floor of the exchange was never
a scene of greater excitement, and sellers
were almost fighting with each other to
ire tat the buyers, who were largely in tho
minority. In regard to the situation,
Frederick D. Tappen, president of the
Gallatin National bank, said that at the
present time the New York banks are all
right and are ready to face aay emergency
tnafc may arise. lap pen pouted out,
however, that the situation is still a
serious one, though likely to be allayed
' Addison Cam mock, the veteran opera
tor, said of the situation: "The stock
market seems to inuicate a bad state of
affair aad tho situation is the warrant
for every man taking care of his hold
ings." Isaac Seligman, of tho banking firm oi
J. & W. Seligman, said he did not be
lieve that any concerted action was being
taken by foreign capitalists to withdraw
Chicago, Doc 21. There was an exclt
ing time on the board of trade yesterday,
and prices wero hammered furiously, the
result of the foreign situation. There were
also sharp declines at Boston. Minncarjo-
lis, and other trade centers. At New York
tho cotton market went to the verge of
panic interviews with prominent bust
ness men here give the general opinion
mat tne trouble will be sliort-llved.
stew York Financial.
Nsw York, Dee. 2a
Money- on Vail 23 per cent.; no loans;
Prime mercantile paper ft95)e per cent.;
eterling exchange Arm, with antnal bu-ii-neai
in bankers; bill i at for de
mand, and 4J7i$4?H for sixty day.; posted
rates, i&MgtD and )9IM; commercial
Silver certificates, sales 2,000 at Kyi; bar
Bi-Ter, eVj. Mexican dollars.
United States government bonis lower:
new 's reg., IJDH: do- coupons, 120)4;
6' reg., IMM; coupons. lUli; ' reg.. ill;
coupons, 112; 2a reg. 97; Pacfle Sa of US, W.
Chicago Grain and Prod one.
Chicago, Doc Z0.
The following were the quotations on ths
Board of Trade today: Wheat December,
opened oc closed January, openel
65?gc, closed M'r; May, opened Ws. closei
5754c Oorn December, opened 247ac. closed
25c: January, opened 5o. closed Se;
May, opened tUc, closed 27'c Oats De
cember, nominal, closed lS-Je; February,
nominal, cloaed 17V4o; May, opmed 187.0,
rlosed 19c. Pork December, opened S7.il,
closed I7.4714; January, opened tt.47! closed
S.7,S: May. opened -'i82'i closed 18.72' .
Lard December nominal, closed 15.L5;
January, opened 15.27!,. ckuel t&.22;
Produce: Butter Extra creamery. Mi
per lb. : extra dairy, 21'j22o: parking stock. Hi
12c. Rggi Fran stock. 20c per dozen.
Dressed Poultry aprins; eMokent.SStafcpor
lb; old hens. A3!c; rooster. 4't a)fe; turkuya,
7($10c; dncka, luetic; geeae. ft&te. Potatoea
Burbank. 19 a) 22 j per ba. dvruet Potatoes
Illinois, t2.0J.9i.6J per bbL Apples Fair t
choice. 1.2SS.W per bbL Honey White
clover. 1 lb .actions, fancy, 12fcl8o per lb.;
broken comb. lOallc; extraotei, frjSic Cranberries-Cape
Cod, t'Z 5032.85 per box.
Chicago lira Stock.
Chicago, Dee. 20.
Live Stock Price, at the Union Stock
Yards today ranged aa follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for the .day. S3.OJ0: sole
ranged at t2.S033.5S pigs, f3.85S3.55 light,
taiacaiiSD rough packing. 13.403.55 mixed,
aad S.15(J-5;; 4 heavy packing and .hipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day,
4.500 ; quotations ranged at i.8ji) Christ
maa.bHeves, S4.-Sf34.75 choice to extra ship
ping steers. tuejraiLAigojd to choice do., 13.4J
4.UU fair to good, ta.15 aJ.4J common to medi
ums da., 2.M)tda batchers' steers. UJI&LtM
Ktockers. r2.5 0)1.50 feelers, SL509J.40 cows,
S2.5J&3.S3 heifer. tl.75 AI.5J bails. $ioX3.4J
Texas steers, and t3.0044.UO veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the day,
t.OUU; mixs ranged at S2.0J93.!U westerns,
11.75(92.75 Texas, !i.S0i.9J native, aadt.'.CUi.
The Local Market.
Corn Hew, SSQxt
Oats New. lsofSSDe.
Bay Timothy. S1BQ413: aplsad. til; wild: 17
OI10; slouch, STOte; baled. SlwSis.
Batter Fair to choice, lsc;
fcgga Fn.ii. SOs.
flieea Tc. .
CaUlo Belchers pay for eora fed steers
SHeAec; cows aad heifers, SKceXc; calve..
hpriog lamb, tc B poaad.
Coal Sof, 10c.
Chlldreri Cry for
The stockholder, of the Bock lasted Brewing
eowsoay will held their regalsr aawaal meet?
ia ttsoday. Dee at, at s a. m. as BOS Third
aise.i.rpf I, rnrjnwr d eiecUnJ, d'rect
ess f or sks asms a yst.
MUSHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henrj Dart's Sons,
is always appreciated by the
waiter. Wise men never refuse
a valuable tip from a responsible
business house. We advise you
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 yon for a suit and we
are sure it will lead to our mu
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DICED!! Fill l
CAB BB niW AT
E. F. DORlV,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AYS
Harper House Block
Tccnty-First Stoat AKitb
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 in it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
If. M. STURGEON,
Boom 22, KUdhtll k Lynda Ebo
la T0BT, BtATJTT sad
(Jehu C Karate ft Ca,
reeqtnllr byaa other Amerf
eulnstriijnMMa. Lowert in noes
e an etneUr high-grade hwuv
menu, la ivuw Send tsr
Caialngnsi Fas ads by
D. ROT BOWLBT,
12 IX. BBIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO REST.
Offioe 1608 Second Ave., Rock Island.
ea lead Ms la Sooth Rook talaad aa
eaayieraw: jost oeenae tae crry ttalttt
saThiftMeihth etrert aad tlflaaaSh
vwr tow una, IM nun wun
leorof sicccs of orvueny ia tae div fee
a. A-ED AND POUSHED WITH A CLOTH
Morse Bros. PropsXastoAMass,USA.
Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
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Denver, Unrola A Omaha..
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8 at 2:M a . m. liooday.
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way Depot Pint avaaao sad BUtoeath
street. If. 1. Toons, agent.
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uubaqae mcrling f r 3S 't l-paa
81. Panl. Minn. sterling... t S:0pa t g:45pra
DUlT. tUally except Bnnday.
PHICAOO, KILWAUKKB A ST. FACT.
r!j RaUway Radae A Bewlhweaiaaa TMrWoa
-Depot Twentieth street, hetwesa nrataad
Second avnnoa. L. e. Oreer. Agent.
TRAIHS. Lsav j aaaivs
tSpSfaSST T:i(iam' fOp.
Bt.PanI Bxpreas 4dq pa ll:S0aaa
Freight and AccommodaTn. 9j00 ami T :Sn pat
Daily except Bandar.
1, ATeno Tweau.th street.
a. lu uooT, sent.
BartcraEx. -mie Trilby". .
Peonaa BtLoui. MaU Bs...
Cable Accoowoc.tliiB. ......
i dd am
Paeeeaeer trains leave C. K. I. A P. (Molina
avenue) depot Sve (6 mlnutra earlier than time
flven. Traina marked daily, all ether trains
daily except eanday.
DUKLWOTOK. CEDAB BaTIDS A
... orthCTn Hailway. depot foot of Brady
SmTigu "onoa, Oea. ThtA
Wvm . m
Weat Liberty Tram.
" No, ..,
a Oailv. euauy except sanoay. tUorag north.
tOoing Bonth and east. No. II rune between
Cedar Rapids and Weat Litmty.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
LvBocklaland tSSam S (10 am leVpas
C K I A P Depot
LvBocklaland SSTsm IK am lepaa
TwenUeth at Depot
Ar Peoria THamUSOam SOOpm
Ar Bleomington....... SOTam 1 12pm ttspm
ArlndUnanolla....... SSOpm (Nam IBia
Ar Loohrruie. TOSnm T 17 am
Ar Cincinnati. 115 pm tOSpm TSOam
Ar Uarton.. ........... R 00 pm 10 SO pm Sit am
Ar Colombo SSSpmUMam Taoam
Ar jKkMorllle . 10 Mam I as pm
ArSpringfleld. lUSOam SlOpm SeOpm
ArStLoais. IHpa SSxam
Ar Lincoln........... eSSa SSIpm
ar Decatur...... .... 11 IS am t V pm
Aratattoon 110pm ltOBpm
ArEvanavilie.......... (eOpiu tSOaas
ArDecatar 1 00 pm SeSpm
Ar Terre Banle 1 00 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOCK ISLAhTD TO IT. LOCIS.
Train leavin? Rock Island at 8.-00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Loots, passing throngh Pekin, Hav
ana, 8pringfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Oea. Ticket Agent.
Abou Ben McGinty.
svtsb Asoo ar.a ad am.
Alx.il Bca Mcniary, amy his tribe Inrrasr.
cvawled eat of be all covered with nmrae.
-nvjabbn v Be aaid, -wkat'a taia I aeef
-raith it looks to awhfce a P-Cux Brownie. "
"And what are yoa done." says Me very bold,
"Writrae all ovr that kZ.fr . .nM-. '
The Brownie vaalabet oat of aight.
mot mc aaw as aim that algal
Bight the Brownie appeared "agin."
M fcsdSaliMI hia prayer, aad iaat tamed in.
"Faith." he aaid. -tat, ia o t.raaV rte-t
"Tsraed eat to give mc ueJesaat ream,"
Aad what will ye have," slid Mc ia s trembling
"Sars hVs wh'aky III Uke, if. always my
The Brownie vanished a. the nirht aafore.
w eat eat of the wtodow iaatead of the door.
The next night the Brownie appeared for the
Mc had beta out to a waka aad waa fsB of tzht
The Brownie had wrtttea In hi. hook of gold
A story he was bow ready to enfold.
"Aod what have re writ In that prrcioas book?
rn give ye a swig If y.'ll give me a look. -The
Bieoalaaoaerred. -I've written tae n.mn.
that are heat."
Aad Jo and hefcoid AuU Wuhbuard Seep Icids