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THE ABQUB. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1895.
for Infant3 and Children,
OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric
Bstemao's lTtpa, Godfrey's Cordial, many s.-caUcd Southing Syrups, and
most remedies for children are composed cf i ; or morphine r
TJ TT"W Knvw that opium and morphine are slupef In narcotic polaor-s
Tin Yon Know that In most countries JruUti ara Lot i.ruutuj to aci: ua.-i-otvs
Without labeling them poisons f
P Tm Know that 70a should not pcrn.lt n.y nnvH. :uu to U (,-lon your cUUJ
Blest yua or your physician know of vfcat it is com pot. J r
TJi Yen Know that Caatoria ii purely vegetable prcparaUun, and that e list Jt
tta IfltreOiciiU tr puMLihed with every bottle
Po Yimi Knnr that CactcvU is the prescription of the fsnxms Dr. Samuel rttcher.
That It has been la one for nearly thirty jeers, aul that mire Caatoria is now sold thaw
X all other remedies for children combined t
Po Ton Know that the Patent Office Department of the Cnlied Elates, and of
ether countries, Lars Limed exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher Lis assigns to use the word
Caatcrla." and Its formula, and that to imitate them is a sisio prison offense f
Po Yon Know that one of Mm reasons for granting this government protection ires
because Cantoria had been proven to be absolutely hanaliint
Pi Yen Know that 35 average doses of CastorU are furnished for I5
ante, or one cent a diwe t
Jin Yon Knit? hat when possessed of this perfect preporattoa, J our children may
fee kept well, and that . TJ may hare unbroken rest J
Wei?, theso tilings am worth knowing. They are facts.
Tha far-aim Ho
Children Cry for Pitcher's Csstoria.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.Walsii & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. T. M. WALSH,
formerly n Blral rrmrtsor la twoof Chicago's
leauiBf saeuicai colleges.
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ail ti-e Wurl-t'e lnrwn.t and Only ttocccaaul apaclaiUU In Cbrowie, Hermit, hrivaui aud
earikal DIwbms of bnta mui.
COKSVLTATION FBKK! PBOMTT AKD PRBMANKST CCttSs!
WEAK MKN. Yon that are troub
led with Vermes ttchllity. Lost Manhood, Es
bauMWe Draaa. N lebt kxwrs, nrfectire Memory,
Thnateenl lnulty. Lose of Will Tower, Mental
delation, lerpli'wne. or any 01 he' aymptoai of
IwnriMi tihaiiatloti. Yon shvald contnlt us be
fore It t too lata. De'iayls laul.
SUUCICAL ofwrittiona performed
at roar boas wbm detlred.. Abdominal and
brain surgery a specialty.
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CHlcago Medical Institute.
Office. 124 West Third Street.
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iwmp w.hw. w umvn ritnt'rir.g irom Qlcrlnc
or orertaio troubles of any natnra come aud et
an opinion on our cue free of charge.
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TOE LAND OF
Sunshine, Flowers aid Fruit
13 FASILY REACHED
St Louis &
The "Uollv Sprinea Route" from St.
Louis. Fast Time. Low Rates. I.ih.
eral Limit?. Through Pullman Sleep
ers, ueo. r utry, uen I rasa. Agt
St. Louis, Mo.
ohn Volk 9c Co.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And al kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
asits, rvMrtac. i
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Forty-Seven of Them on the Di
. vision as to Bonds. -
OXLY 05 DEM0C2AT VOTES ATE.
Karnes of All the Members Wke Opposed
the Measntv IU Fate In the Senate
Doubtful Toorhces Expressea Himself
on the ReTeane Bill Another Plan to
Meet the Greenback Case A European
Doctrino That We Disagree With.
Washisgton. Dec 33. The house
passed the bond bill reported by the ways
and means committee after the second
day's debate by the rote of 173 to 133. It was,
as the figures show, a mixed vote, a num
ber of Republicans refusing to vote for the
bill, while the Democrats and Populists
voted nay to a man, except Hutchinson of
Texas (IX-m ), who voted aye. Thu total
number of Republicans who refused to act
with their party on the measure was 47.
The bill now goes to the senate and Its
f.ito there is problematical somewhat with
the chances largely as things look now in
favor of its defeat in that body. The fight
in the house was made on the first section
tho one for an Issue of bonds to maintain
the reserve and when that section won
the rest of the bill was passed without
Nay Tote on the BilL
Following are the members who vote!
aay: Abbott, Aitken. Bailey, Baker of Kan
sas, Baker of Kcw Hamphiro, Bonkhead,
Barham, Bnrtlctt of Geor gift, Bartlett of
New York, Beach, Bell of Colorado, Bell
f Texas, Black of Georgia, Bowlers,
Brodcrick, Buck, Burrell. Burton of Mis-
itouri, Catchlngj, Clardy, Clark of Iowa,
Clark of Alabama, Cobb of Alabama,
Cobb of Missouri, Colson, Cooper of Florida,
Cooper of Texas, Cowen, Cox,Crain,CrUp,
Crowley, Culberson, Cummings, Curtis
of Kansas, Danforth, DoArniond, Denny,
DcWitt, Dinsmore, Dockery, Djolittlo,
Downing, Bday, Ellctt, Elliott, Ellis,
Krdmnn, Graff, Harris, Hart, Hartman,
Hendrick, - Hermann, Hilborn, Hyde,
Johnson of California, Jones, Kern, Ken
dall, Kerr, Kirk pa trick, Kylo, Latimer,
Lawson, Letter, Linncy, Livingston.
Long, Loud, Madilox, Marsli, McCall
of Tennessee, McClellan, McClurc,
McCrcary, MeCulloch, McDcarmon, Mc
Kcnny, McLachlan, McLaurln, McMillin,
Meredith, Meyer, Miles, Miller of Kansas,
Miner of Now York. Mondeil, Murphy,
Keill, Ken-lands, Otoy, Owens, Patterson,
Pearson, Pendleton, Pickler, Price, Prince,
lloevcs, Richardson Robbing, Russell of
Georgia, Savers, Settle, Shafroth, Shu-
ford, Skinner, fenover, Sorjr, Spencer,
Ptokcs, Strait, Strowd, Sulzer, Swanson,
Tnrsney, Tntc, Terry, Towno, Tucker,
Turner of Geofjia, Turner of Virginia,
Tyler, Underwood, Walker of YirjrinL-,
Wnlsli, Washington, Wheelor, Williams,
Wilson of Idaho, Wilson of Ohio, Wilson
of South Carol if ia, Wood, Woodard, Yoa
kum total, 13i
Voorheee Opposed to ttie Rcvenne Bill.
Indiscussinp: the proUibilities of the sen
ate committee action on tlie house reveuno
bill Voorhnss s;ml that he was of the opin
ion that the bill should be disposed of as
Recdily as possible, because lie considered
it a menace to tho business interests of
the country, but be decliniHl to say
whether he thought tho committee would
report tho bill favorably in Its present
shnpc, amend it, or report it adversely. He
indicated very clearly his personal opposi
tion to tho measure and to the general
policy of any effort at a change in tho
tariff law atjthls time.
Et noi-EAN DOCTRINE NOT GOOD.
One That Closes the Dardanelles Straits to
Teasels of War.
Washington, Doc 33. The cable report
from Constantinople that the United
States denies the right of Turkey to pre
vent tho passngo of war ships through the
Durdcnelles brings out the fact that this
government has constantly declined to ad
mit such a right, and while it has not re
cently had occasion to make an issue with
Turkey upon this subject ministers to
that country have been cautioned to go no
further than to recognize the exclusion as
a usage, and not as a right.
President Pierce in lSo4 first laid down
the doctrino that this government was de
termined to maintain the freedom of the
seas and of the great natural channels of
navigation, and to deny the right of a na
tion to treat one of the great maritime
highways of nations as a close sea and
prevent its navigation freely. Secretary
Fish in 1871 and 1ST-', regarded tho ab
stract right of the Turkish government to
obstruct the Dardanelles as a serious ques
tion, and felt that a proper occasion inicht
in the future arise for us to dispute the ap
plicability of the claim to United States
men-of-war, but meanwhile it was deemed
expedient to acquiesce in the exclusion.
REPRESENTATIVE SMITH'S FIJLX.
He Would Absorb the Greenbacks Into the
National Bank Keaerves.
Washington, Dec. 33. Representative
W. A. Smith, of Michigan, has intro
duced in the house a bill embracing a
new plan to absorb the greenbacks and
treasury notes and release in their stead
the gold held by banks as reserves. The
bill has the approval, it is said, of Senator
Sherman. The principal feature of Smith's
bill is the substitution of United States
nbtes and treasury notes, which include
the greenbacks and demand paper, for the
present requirement of "lawful money.
for the reserves. This would withdraw
the currency which now keeps in motion
the "endless chain" and release the gold
in its steao.
Smith says that according to the last re
port ol the comptroller of the currency
there was in the banks, individual de
posits, United States deposits, and deposits
of United States disbursing officers, the
um ol 1 1,7 1; 194,850, an amount approxi
mating the reserve required. He estimates
that 3j0,00l0i of treasury notes and
United States notes would be immediately
taken up and held by the banks under
Washington, Dec. ax The chief bust,
ness of the house was the passage of the
ways and means commit tea bond bill,
which went through on an aye and nay
vote as follows ayes, 170; nays. J36 a
mixed vote, a p amber of Republicans vot
ing nay, and all the Democrat and Popu
lists, except Hutchinson of Texas, voting
nay. The fight was made on the first, or
bond, sections Hit reported favorably s
nesoiuuon ttU'ij Sot all inr"TmnUiti in
ease. He also reported the resolution
regarding Ambassador Bayard's speech at
sveunDurgh, Scotland. It is simply a reso
lution ol inquiry. He also reported a reso
lution calling for information about the
Cuban war. All Wtsre agreed to. A resolu
tion to accept the ram itatahdin was
passed. -Among the bills introduced was
one to make pensions a vested r.srht. Ad
Journed to tomorrow.
Senate Committee Chairmanships.
Washixgtox, Dec. 83. The Democratto
lteering committee of the senate has com
pleted the assignment of the minority
membership of committees and handed
the list to Mitchell, chairman of the Re
publican caucus committee. Their com
plete list will be incorporated with the Re
publican assignments and the entire list
submitted to the senate by Mitchell today
i he chairmen of the important commit
tees are as follows: Appropriations, Alli
son; finance, Morrill; foreign relations.
Sherrran; judiciary. Hoar; interstate
commerce, Cullom; military affairs. Haw
ley; naval affairs, Cameron; coast de
fenses, Squire; education und labor,
Shoup; Pacific railways, Piatt; pensions,
Gallinger; agriculture and forestry. Proc
tor; immigration. Lodge; Nicaragua ca
ns, Alcrgan; woman suurage. Call; na
tional banks, Mantle. -
Prosecution of the Kail way Pool.
Washington. .Dec. 30. Relative to the
prosecution of tho new railway pool
called the Joint Traffic association, re
cently formed in New York city. Chair
man Morrison, of the interstate commerce
commission, said that the piosccution of
the matter now practically rests with the
department of justice, and that all infor
mation which comes into the possession of
the commission will be forwarded to the
attorney general for his information. "I
cannot tell what action tho attorney gen
eral will take in the matter, whether by
injunction or other procedure," he said.
Notice of Payment of Bonds.
Washington, Dec. 30. The secretary ot
the treasury gives public notice that
United States 0 per cent, bonds of the
value of HHO,000, issued to the Union
Pacific Railroad company in 1862 and 1MU,
and commonly known as "currency sixes,"
become due and will be paid with interest
the t reasury department on Feb. 1, 1893.
, SCANDAL LEADS TO A TRAGEDY.
Member of the Illinois Legislature Shot to
Ieath by m Postmaster.
Weldon, Dec. 33. Dr. Taylor, a mem
ber of the Illinois legislature, was shot
and killed by John A. Pace, postmaster of
this city. Tho tragedy, it is said, is the
outgrowth of a domestic scandal. At
about 8 o'clock in the evening shots wore i
heard at tho postofllce, and Postmaster j
Pace was seen running down the street
with a revolver in his hand. Meeting the
town marshal he said that he had shot Dr.
Taylor. The marshal rushed to tho post-
office and fou:i J Taylor lying dead in tho
back room of the olllce with a revolver
clutched in his right hand.
Pace said he was working at his desk
when ho heard the back door open and saw
Dr. Taylor; that Taylor demanded of
Pace a letter written by Pace's wife to
Pace, and also olTcred to give Puce t'5J0 to
withdraw a suit now pending for dam
njjei for the break iii up of Pace's family.
Pace ordered Taylor out of the oflice, say
ing he wanted nothin? to do with him.
Taylor then. Pace said, drew a revolver
and said he would blow out Pace's brains
if he didn't give up the letter; that he had
come there to talk to him and was going
Pace walked to the desk apparently to
get his papers. Reaching into a drawer
he secured his revolver and began to fire.
Taylor fell dead near the back door of the
office. Pace and wife have been separated
for a year or more and he had charged Dr.
Taylor with being tho cause ot his trouble.
Mrs. Pace began divorce proceedings some
months ago, but the suit was withdrawn
by her. Not lonir ago Pace instituted pro
ceedings in the Knights of Pythhvs lodge'
against A ay tor and Dcgan a suit for dam
ages against him. It was tho institution
of this suit which, it is asserted, led
to the tragedy.
One coroner's jury failed to agree. A
now jury was made up and rendered
verdict of justifiable homicide.
GOTHAM'S BIG DIAMOND ROBBERY.
Two Houses Looted and Nearly S70.000 la
Jewels Carried OK
NewYobk, Deo. 30. Superintendent of
Detectives O'Brien would give six months'
salary to capture the daring thieves who
robbed J. Townscnd Burden's house at 6
East Twenty-sixth street of nearly (63,030
worth of diamonds. And Mr. Burden
will give $5,000 to the superintendent or
some of his men if they can only satisfy
their desires. Since the discovery of the
robbery, which occurred last Friday night,
the entire available force of detectives hat
been engaged on the case. Among the
jewels stolen Is a diamond necklace worth
f 30,000. Two safes had been opened while
Burden had the proper keys thereof in his
pocket, he being away from home at the
RThe house was not empty, however, for
the servants were there and the youngest
son of the family. The same night of the
Burden robbery, robbers, probably the
samo gang, entered the home of Mrs.
Frances Barnes, a wealthy widow who
lives at 3S Central Park west, and stole
from (7,030 to C10.000 worth of jewelry.
Mrs. Barnes offers a reward of $1,000 and
no questions asked for the return of the
jewels. The Chicago police have been no
tified to be on the lookout, but jewels are
cry difficult to recover.
Great Ovation to Gen. Campos. '
Havana, Dec. 30. There was on enthu
siastic ovation given to General Campos
Saturday night. It is estimated that 40.
000 people gathered on the Plaza de Armas
and in the neighboring streets cheering
for the king and queen, the captain gen
eral and "Cuba Espanola." Every party
on the island except the revolutionary par
ty was represented and the loyalty seemed
universaL The rebels seem to be mov
ing in retreat, leaving behind them devas
tation. Hundreds of families homeless and
wanderers are the evidence of the insur
Tho Aadlewce Was I
Baltuokk, Doc 30. At the Inquest
over the victims of the Front Street the
atre disaster the coroner's jury found that
no one was to blame except the people in
the audience who lost their beads and
brought on the panic.
Milwaukcs, Dec. m The Western
Base Ball league la In session in this city
for the purpose ot - completing its circuit
forltfltV. Grand Rapids wUl nrubabl be
The West Side Law and Order League
of Kansas City has issued an edict against
Sunday labor and will proceed to enforce
the same. - v
The total loss by flood of corn, hay,
fences, cordwood and railway ties on the
Illinois river will run up into tens of thou
sands. The president has signed the act to
amend section 2,601 revised statutes rela
tive to ports of entry in Indiana and Illi
nois. Over 100 well-to-do Dunkard families in
Iowa, Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas will,
next spring, move to Grand River valley
Tennessee finds hereself wkh nearly all
of her convicts to take care of, the demand
for convict labor being so small that there
are bids for only 800 men.
Cincinnati has started to secure (53,000
as an earnest of its desire that the na
tional Democratic committee shall hold
the national convention at that city.
The planing mill of the Millstadt
(Monroe county. Ills.) Milling company
was burned by an incendiary. Loss, $50,
0OJ; fully insured.
The hearing in the Defender-Valkyrie
case in .-which Lord Dunravcn charged
that in the first race last fall for tho
America cup the Defender was loaded
surreptitiously to a longer water-line than
she was measured for, has concluded, but
the decision is not known. Dunravcn has
gone back to England.
The Atlanta ex posit ion will closo tomor
row at midnight, having been open 103
days. It has been' a failure as to attend
ance, which means financially.
The known dead of tho panio at the
Front street theatre, Baltimore, number
twenty-seven, and three injured are ex
pected to die.
The terms of office of eighty-three presi
dential postmasters expire during the
next month. There are few large offices
in the list.
Part of the White Earth and Rod Lake
reservations in Minnesota will be opened
lor settlement about June 1, 1S98. Therd
are S0,745 acres.
It is stated that McKinley is satisfied
with the revenue measure passed by the
national house, thinking it the best that
could have been devised for the emer
gency. The striking tailors at New York are
discussing a project to open co-operative
shops where business will be dona strictly
on union principles.
Georgia Republicans will hold a state
convention April 29.
Mrs. Eggcrt, aged 83, of Chicago, her
husband being ill, got it into her head
that he had taken poison. She immedi
ately concluded to die with him. took
t ana green, and after three days of hor-
riDie agony died in her husband s arms.
The Pacfic steamship Miowera is all
right, having been spoken Dec. S3, head
ing for Honolulu.
National Labor Commissioner Wright
has issued circulars to labor leadors all
over the country asking for suggestions
for topics for brief original inquiries bv
the department. The matters are required
vo oe non-partisan and to relate to the
general welfare of the people, and he is get
ting a number of replies.
Tho state capitol of Mississippi has been
found in imminent dangeroflallingdown.
The tower is six or eight iuchesoutof
plumb for one thing.
Trouble on the Plant System.
Savannah, Dec. 30. Chief Arthur, of
of the Brotherhood of Engineers, Is here
trying to arrange a dispute between tho
engineers and the Plant system. The
men want written contracts, and if they
do not get them there is danger of a strike
on the system from Charleston, S. C, to
Miss Willard'a Ex-Prlvato Secretary Weds.
Janesvillk. Wis., Dec. 30. Mrs. Irene
Foeckler, late private secretary to Frances
E. Willard, and John K. Hallowell were
married here Saturday night. Mr. Hal
lowell is a mine expert and has an office
In the Masonic Temple, Chicago.
Chief Justice Wouldn't Talk. .
Chicago, Dec. 33. Chief Justice Fullor
has been here for a brief visit, but has re
turned to Washington. He was questioned
about the Venezuela matter, but said he
really didn t know anything about it.
If either man or womau would realize
the full power of personal beauty, it
must bo by cherishing coble thoughts
and hopes and purposes; by bavin?
something to tlo and something to live
for that is worthy of Immunity, and
which, by expanding Iho capacities of
the soul, gives expansion aud symmetry
to the body which contains it. Uphani.
The morality of clean blood ought to
be one of the first let-sons taught ns by
our pastors and teachers. The physical
is the substratum of the spiritual, and
this fact ought to give to the food we
eat and the air we breathe a transcend
ent significance. Tyndale.
Another Star Out.
Old Friend Hello I So yon are in
trade, now, ch? Why did yon retire
from literature? ' -
De Writer Got hungry. New York
The Lweal Marker.
Com New, HQts.
Bsy Timothy. S19Q3: upland, til- wild, $7
v, swuu, ftu, msieu, WOBS910.
Batter Telr to choice, 18c;
Ef3r Fresh, 90s.
Pooltry Chickens, ic
) rtt - 7c.
Cattle Batchers nay for corn fed steers
SHctvtc; cows and heifers, tiie∾ calve.
Bprlilg buna, tc a posad.
Bbt sack, we aasw her CesMria.
aha van a Chad, ebe crkd for
Was, en ram to
Children Cry for
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BLACKING APPLIED AND
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH'
Sold by Henry Dart'a Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
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
np into suits We have a relia
ble corps of cutters whose busi
ness it is to give satifactory le
snlts and an excellent fit. Let
ns measure you for a suit and wo
are sure it will lead to our mu
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
NICE MW m EOODS
OAK BR 8MW AT
vs.. .v.vi iw.. r . mh.i,
I. F. DOR?,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Hon? Block
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twen
' ty-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 lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. x Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Soon 21, Ifltoioll & Lynda Eloc
LOOT MANHOOIT '
Basny. Onickly and PeRaaneatly RestorasV
CsixzajTcn E'-'oufS Ssvxsr
ItlstwM oa a positive
Kusnuitoe ta n.re sr.y
lorm cf nervous pnsv
of tfee eccltrl crrcs i.f
Kz2ei-ocr s.'X. ciueca
Ttibsco, Alo-liol i-r O: Icm, cr co acaosst
ot yoathXul f!.vr-..a fr ocr inaaiycro ctc
Dizzine-s. C'tfivi::tiMns. Wu-t'rtotm. Ilt-adarl.e,
i'-'LU.l ixm-K n. rvit-3i.-ccf tie llrrin. tVek
VtmtrT. lb-arii-; Down 1-sins. friecintl V ra.k.-jf M,
Uycteria, r-VjCtiii-Kil Eiasi'irs, Fpennati)rrliva.
Lou ot 1'owcr aid I:3potcary. whkh if nrobcted,
tapy lad to premaf oio old a;o a.-vi :ris.nnity.
l'titivcty (raarnio3. lkrice.tt-f'0a box; ttrwx
totti.ifi. hent br mail on ror-sit't cf prioo. A t7r:tta
amracteolnmisbed withovery JlXOorderrarTived.
lb veitmd Uw money It a perms nunt ccra is
. . . . . , ,- - Jf .MWM, w
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen. drag?lt. Kock Island ,
II. M. BBIGGS,
Real Estate, liisurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1603 Second Ave.. Sock Island.
Bave on hsnd n lntt In Sontb Bock I.'and on
eaevtersts: just onutdst the dty limits: enod
wat4;r: low tarrs, aad cheap insursace. Tea lots
en Thiny-eucnta street end Futaenta a venae.
A aamberaf pieces f Bropartr the city Is
saie and rant.
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A eLCTTf
Mors Bros. Propi,CantovMossUSA.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
THICAQO, BOCK ISLAXD PACIFIC
!L Ks'lsrST-Tirkeu rji he parr based or bs-
T.rkr.',x Isr Twwttote euwet sfoput
n JLJV d'r conn FlftB avenue and
rt htf-wrri etretyvas H. Plaataner. Ajreat,
Denser Lunltwl tOaali
Pu Worth, Denver ALU..
OnahaA De Motors
fOmtha A Minneapolis
OmabaA Dre Homes fx...
(Omaha A Minnespnhs Ki..
Denver, Lincoln . Omaha...
St. rani A M'nnrsrces
Denver, Ft. Worth sV K. C..
tiansas City A St. Joseph,
tttork Is!r.d Wasaiu?lca.
rChtcseo A Des Moines
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RocklslindJt Brooklyn Ac.
nA.TT1l Departure- tDM'r.exeeptSanday.
Snnisytrrn nEsaPnlln!ins'erper win bs at
the d. pot i fter K &. which will leave for Chira
Co t a. m. Monday.
BCVLIJSQTr-M FOT-ri-c.. B. ty. A1I
wav Drpot Firrt avesc and alxteeuiii
street. M. J. Tow., aeeat.
LBava. ! SBBtva.
St. I.., Kprinf-rld. IV.nis. I '
Bur. ynin vit M-miKHUh 7:00 aa not
Cr-rsn -trrtliur. (.'Union A i .
Dnboque T 7 25 so t S:pra
rV.r:. ik-ni.in, Hurl ,
b,"pc,T W' 8' . : tu an .
ft. Paul & MinneaunlM.. :! um To am
Sn-rluir. linlon llubnqnr t t'lilpa t 8:46 na
St. L . Ksnoas -jtv, I rnivri i
A Tac t'uaot vis ;ali-brRi Tr.SrBl .:HS am
i'atlr. tDaily excopt Soudsy.
Qhicaoo, Milwaukee st. paul
Kaiiwwv Hsctne HoethweMerB Drristoa
J tteeond avennea, L. B. Oreer. Agent.
I Laavw. I saaivs
Mail and Express
T:10 in s snpa
4 sJ pm 11 :) sm
tJ am' 7:l pm
Freight snd Accomraudat'n .
Daily except Bonds?.
Rock Island Peokia Railwav-
i". linn .True, ana i-wenueu) street.
L. &HT, acnu
1 :& pro
Eastern Ex. "The Trllb.". .
Proriaa St Louis Mu ka...
I'eoris Arcom. FivIl-U
lit A um
T :lfl m,
tlable Accommocstittu. ......
Psascnirrr trains leave R I I mmi..
ftvcuael fluot Sve nlnulM . mriw ii... .
t'i't'n. Trs!ns msrked . s.fiv ll fi ..,.
Oaily rxre;it batiUay.
street, tsvt-tiport. das. Morton, tie. Tk't
"ae. A pent.
tNorui. I BotlUi .
i -w ess
a Daily, ntiany except tivnoav. tuoinr north.
t()oli Hon'Ji and east. io. IS runs between
Cedar Uapioa and Wsst Ubeity.
R. I. & P.
To the East via the
LvRocKIeiand Su 8 Warn lUpSB
LvRork Island 417 am 8 OS am 143pm
Twentieth st Depot
Ar Peoria 7 M am II in am SSOpm
Ar Bloominpton uTam 112pm BSSpm
A r Indianapolis. SMtpm SlOpm SSAam
Ar Lnnlsville.. ........ 7 05im 7 17 us
Ar Cincinnati.......... ISpra 05 pm 7sam
Ar Dayton............. ewpmlASO pm 8 It am
ArColnmbas. SSApm IS 60 am 7 88 am
Ar Jacksonville..... toWiam SiSpm
Ar bprioirfleld... ...... IU 60 am S 10pm 840Baa
Ar M Looia.. .......... SMpai SeSam
Ar Lincoln............ 9 49 am StSpas
irDerslir II 10am 646tsm
Artlattoon 110 pm ISOBpm
ArRvansvUie SeOpm 80am
ArDecatar 0pm 846 pm
Ar TV-trc Hsrite 7 W tim
THROUGH CAR SERVICE-
BOCK ISLAKD TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8KW
a. tn. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Pekin, Hav
ana, Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on Bight
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Abou Ben McGinty.
AFTBB ABOB BEB AOBBH.
Aboo Ben WcGIttty, may bis ttlbe Increase,
C'asrled out of bed all covered with n-.
K. Isbbersl" he said, -wbafs tnis I eee?
-raiia it looks lo me like a P-Cox Brownie. "
"And what sr. yon dote; " rsys Me very bold.
"Wrltiu all ovr that b.k of fold;"
The Brownie vanished ont of tight,
Teas the last He saw of him that ahjbL
The next niyht the Brownie appeared "aztn."
Me bad Snisbed bis prayers and last tamed la.
"Faith. be said, tula is O (irsdy's phost
"Turned ont V give me an elraant roast.'
"And what will ys have," said Ms in a trsmkUag
"inn It's whisky 111 t-ke. It's always my
The Brownie vanished a the algbt before. ' ,
Went out of the window instead ol the door.
The aext might the Browals) appeared fcr the
Me had been ont to a wake and was fall of lent
The Brownie ksd wrlttrn tn bis book of fold i sbi
A story he wss now ready to unfold. .:
"Ard what have ye writ in that preelons bookf a."" '
-I'llrlv. ye a ewicif yc'M eive ae alook.'
Thextmwnieansw.red.'-rvssrrittea the names '
of soap, that are best, i ' .
Aad lo aad bekold AaU-Vaakhoard Soap leads 1
ail OM rest.