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THE ARGUIX SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1886.
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for Infants and Children.
,TT yon aw oasei latlosi wf
BaJIlione wf pwmi, tfl w.s
H fa m(m etiona My tho wont resnody for Infant mmi CMMw
tfca virll haa owe known. It li Umlwi. Children like it. It
KiTeo thorn health.
It win sawe
eoane thing; which la nVeolntoiy
Caatorla deatroye Wi
Caatorla Bn rtfwbhm, . -
C torln prerente Tomlttng Sony Cut,
Caetorin cnroa Diarrheal Mid Wind Call.
C torln reliovea Teething Trophies.
Caa torta cnroa Constipation nnd Flatrtlenoy.
Caatorla nentrell the onWta of enrkonln meld gmm
Caatorln d not contain morphine, op I run, er other narcotie an opei t .
Caatorla aaelnailatea tk food, recnlatee the atomach and howels,
artylng; healthy and nntnml sloop.
C twin in pnt np In ono-airo kottlee only. It Is mot eold in bnTJk.
Pent nl!aw nary- to H yen anything el on the plen or promise
tknt It to Jnt no good and "will answer arrory purpose.
Boo that yon got C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A . ' .
Children Cry for
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Drs.Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Protestor ia two of Chicago's
leading aasdlcal college.
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del.afona, aleeple.neee nr any other eymptom of
nervnna exhauatlona. Yon rhoaldconralt na be
fore It la too late. Delay la fatal.
SURGICAL operations performed
at soar home when deaircd. Abdominal and
brata targery apvcialty.
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eases, rapture, pile or hydrocele. Our king boa
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leave your order.
Star Block, opposite Harper House
tn reeali. The recall (rr. Peal'e) never dl
SS2 igktaath Stroat.
THIRD PARTY MEN.
Populists at St. Louis' Still in
CONTEHTION LOCATION IH DOUBT,
Even If Some or the Aaplrina; Cltlee Ite
Choeen. the Ezeeative Committee Being
Given the Authority to Change Both City
and Date Itaaia of Representation Adop
ted Committee to Confer with the Bi
metallic League McKlnley'e Boom.
ST. Lovis. Jan. 18 There were aeventy-
flve leaders of the Populist party in the
ladie' ordinary of the Lindell hotel when
Chairman Ttubeneck called the confer
ence to order an the second day of its ses
sion. A number of suggestions were
made, among; them one by Earl, of Ne
braska, to organize a subscription bureau
to Increase the circulation of Populist pa
pers. He declared that If he had 500,X
he could buy up all the leading; papers and
magazines of the large cities for the party.
Harvey, of Texas, wanted the financial
question forced to the front; and Hubbell,
of Indiana, wanted overtures made for
union to tho great bimetallic organiza
tions which will meet in Washington on
the 22d Inst. IV Grillo. of Fosterbury,
Ills., did not want the Omaha platform
overshadowed by the silver question,
while Jones, of Mt. Vernon, Ills., did not
want tho Omaha platform discussed.
Declined to Dicker with the League.
The question of representation in the
national convention was referred to a
committee. A proposition which raised
much discussion and enough opposition to
defeat it was to empower the executive
committee of tho national committeo to
make arrangements with tho Bimotallic
League to hold its national convention at
tho same time and place decided upon for
tho national Populist convention. Senator
Butler, of North Carolina, opposed it,
claiming that such action would be de
meaning to tho Populists. He proposed
that tho Populist national committee do
cidu upon the time and place of meeting,
and then Invite tho bimetallists and oth
ers interested to meet at the samo time.
This was adopted and the next thing In
order was the presentation of claims of
tho various cities for the convention.
Location of the Convention Postponed,
St. Louis was represented by C. H.
Sampson, of the Business Men's League.
Ha offered a ball seating 10.0X), free
music and t",000 for expenses. Indiana
polis, through F. X. Gordon, C. A. Pow
ers and others made a similar offor as did
Hobert Schilling tor Milwaukee, when it
wns agreed to postpone tho matter until
t dny so that tho question of representa
tion could be decided. The committee on
tho subject was composed of Ignatius
Donnelly, General Weaver ani Senator
Butler, and as soon as tho confer
ence resumed executive session it mado
its report, which was a long ono with
many whereases bemoaning tlie condition
of tho country and declaring that tho
voters, if given a chance, will reverso the
"infamous policy of robbery" that has
brought about such a condition.
Rive the Executive Committee Power.
The report thon says that "if cither the
time fixed by us for holding tho said con
vention, or the place in which it is to be
held, shall constitute un Impediment to
any perfect co-operation of all honest citi
zens at the ballot box our executive com
mittee shall have power to change the said
date and place, provided that tho date
shall be not prior to July 7, Iff. Mi, and not
later than July !, ltj'Jo, and that the place
of meeting shall bo such as to bo not in
convenient to the body of our constitu
ents, and such change, if made, shall be
announced within ten days from this date.
Committee) to Confer with Hi metal 1 lata.
The executive committee appointed Gen
eral Weaver; General J. G. Field, of Vir
ginia; Senator Butler; Hon. John C. Bell,
ot Uolonulo; tu. M. Wnruell, of California
Secretary J. H. Turner, of Georgia, and
E. Gerry Brown, of Massachusetts, a spe
cial committee to proceed to Washington
on Jan. 22 to confer with the Bimetallic
League as to the advisability of holding
national convention at the same time and
place decided upon by the Populists.
SOW COMES THE M'KINLEY B003L
Senator Thurston Gives the Ohio Napoleon
an Eloqnnt Send-Off.
Cincinnati, Jan. 18. Tho Commercial
Gazette publishes a plea for McKinley as
the fittest man for the Republican candi
date for president, In its scries of articles
on this subject. It was written by Sena
tor John M. Thurston. It is a very elo
quent document. In tho outset It says
the vital question before the Republicans
is not who can lead the party to victory.
Whoever may bo nominated will be
elected. "That man should be
man of uncompromising convictions; one
who has consistently advocated sound
principles al all times and in all
"He must be in tho highest sense a son
of all the state;; the best known and not
versally acknowledged as the leading ex
ponent of the great controlling issue
which the Republican party tenders to the
country, and that issue is protection to
American industries. Tho opening ot
tho factories Is the great desideratum,
The questions of money and finance are
secondary matters In comparison. The
Monroe doctrine will not be an issue, in
asmuch as all parties are one party tn favor
of its enforcement. Any candidate whom
tho Republican party nominates will
stand upon a platform pledged to that
character of bimetallsm which guarantees
equal purchasing and debt-paying power
to every dollar authorized by the United
"There is one man whoso qualities pre
sumabiy meet all these requirements; a
man net of one idea, but of breadth and
versatility of intellect and acquirement
that have enabled him to gather renown
on every field of American achievement.
And this man upon whose shield malice
can find no blemish and slander place no
Main; this man whose whole Hie has been
consecrated to his God, his country and
his home is William McKinley."
The article then recites the history of
Mctvinley as a soldier and adds tb it this
is a good time for a soldier candidate.
This country may soon be confronted
with tlie gravest international complica
tions. Tho Monroe doctrine may never
he accepted as international law except
through force of arms. The neeeof the
next administration should be a man who
has been a successful soldier as well as
NOT GOOD TO BE ALONE.
That's What Gen. Harrison Thinks, anal
" 111 Marry Mrs. Dtanmick.
New Yobk, Jan. 18 Ex-President Har
rison last night announced that he and
Mrs. Dimmick are engaged to be married.
Tho marriage will not take place until
after Lent. General Harrison will remain
in town until Sunday,' but is not sure
whether he will leave to go to Indianapo
lis or Washington.
The fact that General Harrison had an
Important statement to moke drew a large
crowd of politicians and others to the cor
ridors cf the Fifth Avenue hotel last night.
Many of the politicians expected that Har
rison would make a declaration as to his
candidacy for president, and were disap-
poincca wnen they heard that the general
talked of matrimonial affairs instead of
politics. At the appointed time Tibbitts,
the general's private secretory, made the
following statement in his room, where
bo received the members of the press:
"Uencral Harrison authorizes tho an
nouncement that he and Mrs. Dimmick
are engaged to be married, and that the
marriage, will not take place until after
Lent. " When the secretary finished read
Ing the announcement ho refused to say
anything further, other than that ex-Pres
ident Harrison would probably leave for
inaianapolis on Monday, returning to
Washington in time to argue the Stanford
lawsuiuMrs. Dimmick to whom the general
is engaged, is better known In Indianap
olis and W ashington than in Sew York.
During the life of Mrs. Harrison, who was
her nunt, Mrs. Dimmick practically gov
erned Harrison's household in Indianapo
lis, ana airected the household affairs of
the White House during the period that
Mrs. Harrison was ill and prior to her
That Mrs. Dimmick was a favorite with
the then president in Washington Is with
out a doubt. At all state functions she
received with Mrs. Harrison, and acted in
her place later when she was sick. It is
understood that tho step was not taken
by General Harrison without consulting
his children, of whom he is very fond.
Mrs. Dimmick is 49 years of age, tall and
a strikingly handsome brunette.
FAVORABLE FEATURES IN TRADE.
Revival In Iron and Steel Prices and Con
tinued Heavy Cereal Exports.
New York, Jan. 18. Bradstrect's says:
While general trade has not shown a wide
spread tendency to revive from the holiday
depression, there are favorablo features in
a revival in iron and steel prices and con
tinued heavy cereal exports. From Balti
more, New Orleans, Buffalo and in cer
tain linos at Chicago. St. Louis, St. Paul
and Minneapolis jobbers in staple lines
report business slow. Travelers are on
tho road, but returns are irregular in only
a few instances, indicating tho usual vol
ume of orders for spring delivery.
Relatively greatest improvement is
shown in tho request for dry goods, cloth
ing, hats and shoes. Prints and ging
hams are only fairly active, with the mills
at work in spite of the reduced demand.
Exports of wheat (flour included as
wheat) from both coasts of the United
States, 3.21U.O0Q bushels this week, as
compared with 8,7.'0,000 last week. 3,504,
000 in the week a year ngo, S,C,9J0 in the
week two years ago and 3,W?,UO0 in third
week of January, 1SU3. Business failures
in the United States for the week number
412, as compared with 378 for tho week
COLLIDED WITH A RUNAWAY CAR.
Fifteen Passengers Injured, of Whom Two
Will Probably Die.
Victor, Colo., Jan. 18. A frightful ac
cident occurred on the Midland Terminal
railway. The train was en route to Den
ver and Colorado Springs and was just
above tho city limits of Victor. Fifteen
passengers were injured, six seriously, ono
or two of whom will probably die. The
train for Colorado Springs was backing
out of the main track in the cut when it
was met by an empty runaway box car.
It struck the first coach in tho passenger
train with terrific force, and threw the
latter from the track. Both box car and
coach were telescoped for about fifteen
The list of worst injured is as follows:
R. C. Cliff, Colorado Spridgs, leg and
body badly Injured; O. A. Alexander, Col
orado City, probubly fatally hurt; T. J,
Kallamam, Topeka, Kas., seriously
bruised about the head; W. A. L. Thomp
son, Top -ka, Kas., injured in back and
and legs; Mrs. D. C. McGregor, Victor,
badly cut In face; Robert Davison, Col
orado Springs, bai cut on head.
Help for the Popular Loan.
Xew Yokk, Jan. 18. President St.
John, of the Mercantile National bank of
New York, has Issued a circular letter to
customers announcing that his bank in
tends to bid for 1,000,0) of the bonds.
and offers to receive and tender tho bids of
customers for tl,0OU,il0 additional, on
which the bank will furnish gold in ex
change for lawful money for the first 20
per cent, of the accepted bids, and will
procure the 89 per cent, remainder of gold
at actual cost, by importation or other
wise, but not from the United States
treasury, the bank to charge its customers
a quarter of 1 per cent, ot the cost of the
bonds obtained for them.
Declines to Meet Debs In Debate,
Cleveland, Jan. 18. Grand Chief
Arthur, of tho Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers, has returned from the
south and writes a letter declining to
meet Eugene V. Debs in a debate before
the Central Labor union, as requested by
the latter body. "In the first place, lam
not acquainted with any members of the
Central Labor union, said Chief Arthur.
"and secondly I do not know of any ques
tions affecting the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Engineers that are necessary for
me to discuss with bugene V. Debs.
Decision on Railway Passenger Service.
Springfield, Ills., Jan. 18. The su
preme court has rendered a decision
against the St. Louis, Alton and Terre
Haute Railway company, compelling a
better passenger service. The court holds
that where railroads operate mixed trains
for passengers and freight it is against the
statutes of the state, and such service is
Inadequate. Service must be provided for
passengers, mail and express exclusively.
Res Its In Victory tor Talma ge.
Washington, Jan. 18. The disagree
ment between the co-pastors ot the First
Presbyterian church. Rev. Dr. T. DeWltt
Talmago and Rev. Adolos Allen, has
been settled by the church session calling
Icr Sir. Allen s resignation. The church
will honor the recent contract for Mr. Al
len's services np to Oct. 1, next. After that
Talmago will preach twice oaca bonday.
HORRIBLE NEWS FROM ARMENIA.
Details at rttabolhaa That Make tho Blood
Bnn Hot for Tenesaela.
Kew Yobk, Jan. 18. The Armenian
Relief association made pnblio last night
a letter which describes the horrors of the
recent massacres in Turkey. It is dated
Cesarea, Nov. 33. IKS, and is as follows:
While the Armenians were engaged in
their business as usual the Turkish mob
fell upon them, killing 000 defenceless
men and wounding 1.00J more. The mob
divided into four parts. Tho first plun
dered the stores, the second looted the
houses, the third secured the maidens and
young brides, while tho fourth fiends
incarnate attacked the public baths.
These human devils killed six naked
women in the presence of the others,
snatching their babies from their arms
and bayoneting the mothers.
Ihey then took sonio of the youna
girls who were with their mothers at t be
bath nnd dragged them naked by their
feet through the streets, followeJ by a
jeering nnd hooting mob. Tho Turks
then killed them and fired the houses.
The men who survived the sword were
discovered, taken to tho magistrate and
searched; but no arms were found in
their possession, not even a knife. When
released and allowed to return to their
homes they were confronted by a most
ghastly picture. Some found their wives
dead, others horribly mutilated, daugh
ters outraged ana bleeding. My hands
almost fail mo to write the awful nnr-
New York Financial.
New York. Jan. 17.
Money on call offered at per cent.:
prime mercantile paper p-r cent.;
sterling eirhanee st-a ly, with aetoal bus
ine in bankers- l.illn at tswaw for d
manl and 4-7'y4 for sixty d.ij-; posted
ratt-a, Mfi) and 4SS'ja:9J;- commercial
Silver certificates. u7-s 9371: no sales: bar
silver. 67'4; Mexican dollars 51'..
cuteu &tato government bonds steady
except for new 4"s which are per esat. lower;
new 4 s registered. 114: do c upons, 115; 5 s
registered, HliV. 3 s coupons, ll'.-H; ' regM.
tered. 1J3': 4'a conpon-i, J9: 2s reiristerod.
DOtf-acinc lis of Dtt, 10X
Chicago tirala and Produce.
Chicaoo, Jan. 17.
The following wer3 tho quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat January.
opened 5H7g3, closed 57ac; Mnv. ofiened 5c
closed dJ,4c; July. oeaed dMga, closed (Hl-l-ic.
Corn January, opened JB?c. cloasl 2(Phc:
Alav, opened "J?4 clo-Hil SJe; July, opened
a9i,:. clostxl aiJie. Oats January, nomi
nal, closed 17?-sc; February, nominal,
closed lrOciMay.opcnet lU?.closei Kl'v Pork
January, opened SW.Ko, cloned flOli: May.
opened S10 2i, ctodea lJ.4- Lard January,
opened 15.(15. closed tw.70; Hay, opened d I1"-'1
Produce: Butter Extra creamery. 23o
per lb.; extra dairy, 2Jc; paukin-j stock, luc
Egcm Fresh atomic. liio pur dozen.
Uresael poultry Spring chickens. 7.'j"S'i- per
lb.; old hens. 7(o;rljc; ro isters. Sc; turkeys,
lliaillj; dm-ks, il ftlSj: geose. 0a)3a. Potatoes)
BuroankH, 2.1 9 Its per bo. Sweet potatoes
Illinois, iOJffi.7j per bW. Apples Fair to
choice. fl.SJ(9i.j per b'.il. Honey White
clover, 1 lb sections, fancy. l'J'JoilJc per lb.;
broken comb, U(llc; extracted. 5 Ja Cran
berries Cape Vol, iBH-JriSj per bjx.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicaoo, Jan. 17.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stock
Yards today range! at follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for the day. 21.0JJ; sale
ranged at H lOai OO pittrs. 3 8J405 light.
3 75-H80 rongh packing, ti.854.0 mixed,
and t3.85(d)4.0a heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for th day
S.6UI; quotations range! at tl.5i(94.M choice
to extra shipping steers, 4.1. -4(W good to
choice do., H.ji4.V"j fair to good. 3.UoM.7a
common to mediums do.. S3-10'fi3.6o batchers'
steers, tU70-oi3.&l stackers, t3.lv-a3.SJ feeders,
tl.Ho(a)3 W cows. i(i0ij3.7i heifers, U.0oe3.7J
bulls. S2.S94.2U Texas steers, and t2-ao.o.UJ
Sheep Estimated receipts for the day,
7.0J0: sales ranged at t2.&u'$3-35 westerns.
2 lira,'!.UOToxaa, liuccsaai natives andt3.2j.a)
4 S3 lambs,
Tho Local Markets.
Corn New, 210 .
Oats New. lTcoanc
' liar Timothy. tlSA S13: nnland. all: wild. 17
tMiu; swagn, ttcaae; oaiea. aaa 13.
Batter -Fair to choice, 17c018c; fresh cream
Biggs Fresh, 80s.
Foal try Chickens, 6c,
Turkeys 8 i.
Cattle Batchers pay for corn fad etcere
SctMc; cows and heifers, Sfcca4jc; calves,
Spring lamb, 3e a peond.
Baby was Bar, wm gav her Chat iwta.
Whea aha -vaa a Oikl, eh -ned for
she kneafne If sat, ah chmg to
she had Children, alia gave Uaam
Children Cry for
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Sellable Goods at
i07 szaoBD Avnauz.
BLAfSKlNS APtat irn Aim
MUSHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons.
Is something new in
the annals of crime.
Is something new in
detective Fiction. The
And wins his wager,
doing a little detective
Is Ottolengui's great
est detective story.
In This Paper
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DICE DEW FAll H
CAST Bl SKKBT AT
E. F. DORS,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Honse Block
Tnntj-First Stmt Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avennes, and
nearly every lot in it has
npon 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
M. M. STURGEON,
Boon 21, affltchell fc Lynda Eioc
II. M. BEIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1608 Second Aye., Bock Island.
on kaad 1 lots tn Scott Rock I.land on
frJr: J" oatalee the etty limit.: food
"I;iw 'V?' twl cheau? insurance. Tea lots
.. 2Lh,u tnrl ad rifuwnU areas.
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rre checked nt k ISP Twentietk street dcp
or c R1SP depot corner Fifth avenue and
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Ft. Worth, Denver m S. C.
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All others daily. Telephone 10&
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the depot tfier iii.au. which will leave for Chica
go at 2:55 a . m. Monday.
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street, n. j. yonng, agent.
fru L. Spriugnvld. Peoria.!
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A Pac Coat vis (ialesb'rg a fs pm e :66 sm
Dally. tDally except Sunday,
f"HICAOO, MILWADKER ST. PACL
Railway Racine A Snthwestera PIvhTian
Depot Twentieth street, batween Pint and
Boeocd avennes, L. B. Qrecr. Agent.
TRAINS. Lbavbj. aaaiva
auUandRxpresa.M T.S1 am :anpm
St.Patil Klpresa 4xaj pm ll:iam
Freight and Accommodat'n. 7:00 am Staiain
Dally except Sanday.
Dock Island Pkoria Railwat
. Depot First A venae and Twentieth street.
E. L. tioff, agent.
TRAINS. Laava Aaarra
Kastern Ki. -rhe Trilby". . . j I rt. am 'III ts pm
Peoria A bl Louis MsU itx... 1 S:m am :l pm
Kxpraea l:4Spm U:lft am
PeorisAccom. Freight 7:10 pm Z:lal am
CahleAccommoflsiion.. S:li0am f:l m
table Accommodation...... 8:40 am X :3I pm
liable Accommodation S:SAtm f-M am
Paseenger trains leave C. K. I. A P. w..tia
avenue) depot Sve (51 mlnntca earlier than n..
given. Trains marked a dally, all other trains
daily except Monday.
Bublinotok, Cedar Raptds a
- J I wpw. WM V. DIN,
atreet, Uavcnport. jas. htorton, ttea. Tk't A
A . m
o4 :3& pm
bTal i ml
Weat Llbertv Train.
Worth, rtioath .
hf:4a nm bll:4asm
aiS:4Rpa 1 nMiiaa
tOoliic Soiith and east. Me. II runs bet1
Coaar Baplda and West Libeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Rock Island.....
C K I A r Depot
Lv Rock Island....,
1 at pa
7 X? am
Twentieth St Depot
Ar Indianapolis ......
Ar Inul.ville.. .......
Ar lmyton.. ..........
Ar Colnmbo.. .......
Ar Springfield .......
Arbt honis.. .........
Ar Bvansville.. ....
A r Terre Haute
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOCK 18 LARD TO ST. LOLIS.
Train leaving Bock Island at 8.0)
a. m. 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 night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Abou Ben McGinty.
Arm a sou bx anmm.
A boo Ben BfcGlmy, may hi. tribe In'raaa,
Crawled oot of bed sil covered with fleece.
"Bclabber.1" be said, -what's tbi. I aneT
"Faith it iubks to me like a P-Cos Brownie. -"And
what are yno doinc."sya Mc vrry bola.
"Wrltint all ov. r that ix.k " rnM;'
The Brownie vaniahed oot T .irM,
Teas the laat He saw of hla that nlht.
The relt nht the Brownte appeared "agin."
Me had ani.bed hi- avsyera and jart tamed la.
"Faith." be .aid. -tia a O irady gboat
-Tanied out to give me an eh-sant ruaaa."
"And what will ye have," said Mam a tresmkhng
-Sure it's wh:say 111 take, ife always mt
The Brownie vaalrhed a. the Bight kef or.
Went out oi me wianow in. i esq as u
The next night the Browalo apptajag for the
Me had been out to a wake sad was fall of iht
The Biownie bad written tn h's book of gold
A story he was bow ready to aafokt.
"Ar-d wkat hsve ye writ hi that preclo-i. bookf
-IH g1a ye a ewig if we'll daw ane a took."
The hmwal.ac.w.rrd. -lv wriuea the aames
of anaao that are be."
And lo and behold AaU-Wsihkamd Soap loads
Sam SOD am
4 f7 am 0B am
7 S am u Snam
tin am llrpa
T 05 pm
15 pm f 06 pm
8 Oflpm lOSOnm
aoprn it Mam
lu SO am 10 pm
11 10 am
1 10 pas