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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1896.
for Infants and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric
Bateman'a Prop, Oodfrcy i Cordial, many so-called Soothing Byrupa, ana)
Boat remedies for children ara composed of opium or morphia)
P T Kww that opium and morphine are tungfr!rt riarentir nnir
Po Ton Kuwrthat InmoateountrieadrngglMUam tmt permitted to acl! narcctlca,
without labeling iben poisons f
Po Tim Know that yon aboald not permit any medldoe to be given your dial
nless jroa or roar pbyrldaa koow of what It la com pond T
Pn Yw Know that Castoria b a purely vegetable preparation, and that a Bat x
Its Ingredients r" published frith every bottle f
Pe Ton KaowthatCastoriatothapreacrintlonof the famous Dr.Eamnel ntcher.
That It baa been in use for nearly thirty Tears, acd that more Castoria is bow sold 'r--n
all other remediei for children combined !
Pa Too Know that the ratent Office Department of the Tnlted States, and of
ether eouatriea, hare Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
" C Astoria' and Its formula, and that to Imitate them is a state prison offense f
P Tow Know that one of tho reasons for granting this government protection xcrm
because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harxaluas?
Po Ton Know that 35 fcTerag doses of Castoria are furnished for
rate, or one cent a done f
Po Ton Kso, that when possessed of this perfect preparation, jour children mar
be kept well, and that ya may have unbroken rest f
Wall, those things are worth knowlig. They are facta.
la on nwmry
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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DAUIEL OH THE VENEZUELA CASE.
Folly Indorsee the Davis Beaolntion and
the President's Position Dubois Pisrnssts
Frea lnagv, and Warren Tackles tho
TariO Russia and Turkey Reported to
Have Challenged a Beat Crisis In Eastern
Affairs nttt Expects Trouble.
WAsniXGTOX, Jan. 21. The three sub-
just most prominently before the public
the Monroe doctrine, finance and tariff
each came in for consideration in the scn
ato yesterday, Daniel of Virginia speaking
for two hours in support of a vigorous up
holding of the Monroe doctrine as applica
ble to V enezucla, Dubois of Idaho dealing;
with tho silver phase of the financial
question, and Warren of Wyoming: point
ing out the disastrous effects, as ho held.
of tho tariff lejjisl.itiou of the- last con
gress on farm products in general and on
wool in particular. Daniel gave a history
of the Monroo doctrine and held that it
covered everything in tho Davis resolu
tion, and an animadverted severely on
tho "grabbing" policy of Great Britain.
John's Ovru Little Uoctrlne.
lie pointed out that Great Britain had a
little Monroe doctrine of her own, as it
were, when she is benefitted thereby, an
outcropping of which was observable in a
demand by Great Britain in a cession to
Venezuela at ono timo proffered, that no
portion of the territory proposed Jto be
coded should be alienated at any time to
a foreign power. With no good grace
ould Great Britain persist in repelling
tho manifold overtures made to her for
arbitration. The senator referred to the
two sots of resolutions pending in tho
sennto. Those proposed by the committee
op foreign relations he regarded as simply
embodying a detailed statement of tho
Monroo doctrine as embraced in tho moro
general language in which it was uttered.
Sewcll's ltesolutlonsOut of Line.
The resolutions offered by tho senator
from New; Jersey seemed to him (Daniel)
to "misinterpret tho history and to per
vert tho plain language of tho Monroe
doctrine. Tho charge that the president's
action was premature and imprudent in
view of our business and financial condi
tion seems to be superficial criticism. The
financial crisis may last live or ten years
more. Meantimo is tho United States
to take no cognizance of Great Brit
ain, but sit down supinely nnd let the
wido world wag as it will? Tho declara
tion that tho executive commits us to a
protectorate over Mexico and the Central
and South American states is far-fetched."
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fUSlTION OF SILVER KEPIBL1CAX3.
Cannot Jlne Drives with the Populists, Says
Tho speech of Dubois, in addition to ad'
vocating tho assing of the freo coinage
substitute for the bond bill, outlined the
position of Republican senators in the sil
ver states. Ho said that while he cheer
fully greeted Populist votes in tho senate
for free silver, ho could not accept tho Pop
ulist leadership, that party being irrevoca
bly committed to fiat money with unlim
ited lnllation. Further, silver Republic
ans favored protection generally, includ
ing so-called raw materials, and partic
ularly leaJ, wool, and lumber, besides
various products of tho farm, plantation.
Referring to the charge that the western
silver states each havo two senutors and
arc enabled to pass freo coinuge bills he
said that tho question of representation
was fought out when the constitution was
framed. "Notwithstanding this," he
added, "I read in the press of tho east al
most every day thnt the region I represent
is but a 'pocket borough,' not entitled to
consideration at your hands, and the in
ference is that it is peopled by a class of
men who nro a perpetual shock to tho re
fined and virtuous east. The meanest and
most vindictive of the newspapers which
attack tho silver men are published in
New ork city," and there he said was
tho most political and municipal corrup
tion in tho country.
Warren in his tariff speech attributed
tho financial troubles to tho Wilson bilL
saying it had caused in two years ft 04,-
Ouo.Uuu loss to the American people in livo
stock. Tl;o talk that wool growers were
more prosperous under freo wool was pre
posterous. Warren summed up by saying
that our livo stock interests alwnys had
thrived under Republican rule and always
hod decreased both in numbers and value
uuder Democratic administrations.
CHALLENGING A tlBOrEAS CKISIS.
Alleged Treaty Ilet ween Riusia and Turkey
That Italics Trouble.
Washington, Jan. 24. Tho cable from
London stating that the Pall Mall Gazette
had a special from Constantinople to the
effect that Russia and Turkey bad agreed
on a treaty by which they joined hands
with France and that Turkey had agreed
to keep the Dardanelles closed against all
warships seeking to attack Russia in the
Black sea was the cause ot much com
ment among congressmen. Chairman
llitt. of the house foreign affairs commit
tee, was inclined to doubt the news. He
said, however, that if Russia had signed
such a treaty she must have done so with
full knowledge of all tho consequences
that must follow. The treaty ol lierlin,
which rescinded the Russo-Turkish treaty
of Sail rtcphano. was designed particu
larly to prevent such an alliance as the
Pall Mall Gazette outlined and to pre
serve the balance of power ot Europe.
For Russ;a to trample on that treaty must
provoke the gravest imaginable conse
DOLLITER STIRRED THEM DP.
Iowa Man Makes the Rules Debuts in tha
Washington, Jan. 24 While the
house was closing op the mat
ter of the new rules yesterday the
debate was very tains until tha
conclusion, when Dolliver of Iowa got tho
floor and congratulated the house tha
the general reign of common sense in par
liamentary procedure at last bad arrived.
He called attention to the fact that Crisp
had sat silent while this debate had pro
ceeded and said if any one had predicted
six years ago that the cz-spcakcr would
acquiesce in the adoption of a principle
he so vehemently denounced six years ago
it would not have been believed. It
showed that the Democrats did recognise
a good thing when they saw it for a sol
Detent length of time. I Laughter. I
DoUivnr 'a speech aroused Crisp, Who
aid he had not Intended to make any pro
test against a majority of 153. but ha
could not allow some of the imputations
of Dolliver' 8 remarks to pass unnoticed.
tna resistant of the Democrats in the
Fifty-first cagress, Crisp said, arose out
of what he considered then, as now, a
usurpation of power. The sneaker. Cnsn
declared with feeling, was not the master,
but tho servant and the organ of the
Dingley asked if an appeal had not been
taken from the speaker's ruling, and if
the house sustained the speaker.
"Of course," replied Crisp, hotly, "tha
other side sustained the speaker, as it
usually docs; but I was assuming that the
members on the other side had some will
of their own." Proceeding Crisp said it
was not tho rule which the Domocrats had
objected to in tho Fifty-first congress, but
its manner and method of execution.
Dolliver pured oil on the troubled waters
in a few concluding remarks, in which he
said he recognized the fact that much that
had occurred in 1SK) had been the result
of hot political feeling and that since then
Dotn political parties had grown.
TOT OS SILVER NEXT WEEK. -
Jones or Arkansas Asks Unanimous Consent
a! the Senate Therefor.
Wasiiixgton, Jan. 24 The senate ses
sion was almost entirely devoted to
speeches Daniel in defense of the Olncy-
Davis-Monroe doctrine, Dubois In favor
of bimetallism, but against Populism,
and Warren in favor of protection. Jones
of Arkansas asked unanimous consent for
a vote on the pending free silver substitute
for the bond bill on Thursday next, but
Chandler sent it over to today. Mills in
troduced a bill to repeal the refunding and
resumption of specie payment acts. An
executive session was held.
Tho house finally adopted rules by
adopcin,-? the last one that referring to
quorum-counting. Tho rulo adopted is
the ono proposed by Tucker of Virginia
some years itgo, with a few modifications,
nnd effectually does away with the old
stylo of breaking a quorum.
At Froe Delivery Towns.
Washisgtox, Jan. 4 Postmaster
General Wilson has issued a general order
providing that in all cities and towns Hav
ing free delivery postal service the postal
system bo extended to include house-to-house
collection. For tho convenience of
the depnrtment,howover, tho introduction
of boxes in tha houses until further or
ders will bo confined to twenty-five
places among them Detroit; Imliannp-
ols; Joliet, Ills.; St. Louis, and Hpring-
liuld. Ills. Householders in theso cities
will be required for their own conven
ience and ;it- their own expense ta supply
a suitable box of a kind already approved
Dy the department.
Americans In the Transvaal.
Washington, Jan. 24 In responso tonn
Inquiry from Secretary Olney as to tho
measures taken to protect tho Americans
arrested in tho Transvaal in connection
with the lato uprising. Ambassador Bay
ard has cabled that according to his pres
ent information uniform, humane, and
indulgent personal treatment is being ex-
tende'. to ull persons, including Amer
icans, by tho Jloer government, Amer
ican prisoners will bo treated exactly like
the others, and if Hammond, the mining
engineer, Is proved guilty ho will bo pun
Revenue Cutters for the Lakes,
Washington, Jan. 24 Tho senate com
mittee on commerce has authorized Mc
Millan to report favorably the bills prc
vidmg for two additional rcvenno cutters
on tho great lakes, two on the Paeilio
coast, one in the vicinity of New York and
ono on the Gulf of Mexico, and also a bill
for a li glit houso tender on tho Floridc
JUSTICE TOO SLOW IN ILLINOIS
Substance of an Addresa Before the Prairie
State Bar Association.
Sfeingfikld, Jan. 24 Tha nineteenth
annual meeting ot the Illinois State Bar
association opened in tho supreme court
room yesterday. Judge Oliver A. Harker,
of Carbondalc. president of the associa
tion, in his annual address criticised tha
slowness of judicial procedure In the pres
ent day. Litigation is often prolonged to
such an extent as to amount to a denial
of justice. Tho courts must share In part
the blame for this as well as legislation.
a he right of appeal is too liberal nnder
existing statutes, and should be curtailed.
He advocated location of the supreme
court at one place, and that it snould sit
ten months in a year. He would abolish
tho unanimous verdict of juries, or at
least amend the law to enable a jury to
decide by a two-thirds or a three-fourths
Gen. Alger's Son Married.
Detroit, Jan. 24 Russell Alexander
Alger, Jr., son of Gcderal R. A. Alger,
married yesterday afterday afternoon, at
Christ church. Miss Marian Jarves, daugh
ter of Deming Jarves, a wealthy and in
fluential man Of this city. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Joseph H. John
son, bishop-elect of Los Angeles, and
Third Failure at Franklin, O.
Fkaskxis, Jan. 24 The Kagle Paper
company has assigned to I), li. Anderson.
Liabilities, tT5,000; assets not given. This
ts tho third paper failure hero since tho
Franklin bank tailed.
SCHOMBURGK L1NE;A MAKESHIFT.
London Times Gives the Latest British
View of the Venezuela Case.
London, Jan. 24 In an editorial this
morning Tho Times says: "Though no
formal communications havo boen ex
changed the attitude of our government is
perfectly well known, and a basis for ne
gotiations is provided in our willingness
to discard tho Schomburgic line as a limit,
and only to cxcludo the settled districts
from consideration. If a proposal to this
effect were made by Venezuela, or tho
L nited States on her behalf, a settlement
would immediately come into view.
A door has been open ever since Lord
Salisbury's dispatch to Secretary Ol-
ncyj tor a counter proposition. The main
tcnance of the schouiburgk lino was
adopted very much as a rough-and-ready
niaEeshiit. It is no secret that Lord Sails
bury is quite prepared to consider favor
ably any fair and frank suggestions."
GOMEZ CLOSE TO HAVANA.
Gen. Marin Surprises Him and the Rebels
Retreat in Confusion.
Madrid, Jan. 24 Maximo Gomez by a
rapid movement approached within fifteen
kilometers of Havana. General Marin
was on the alert and made a sortie at 2
o'clock in the morning. Ho surprised the
insurgents, who withdrew in confusion in
the direction of Tapxste. Tho Spanish
troops are closely pursuing the insurgents.
and it is said that Gomez will lie unable to
escape, east, north, or west. In fact Go
mel' position is looked upon here as be
ing rather critical. It Is now said that
General Panto will return to to the
province of Santiago de Cuba instead of
taking command of the Spanish forces in
the province of Pinar del Rio. as he hoped
The American Bashi-Bazouk Again.
Vasdalia, Ills., Jan. 2. Trainmen
on the Effingham accommodation report
that at Pierron, a small station on tho
Vandalia line west of here, a lot of wood
choppers who were camping in tho woods
got on a spree. One of the number would
not imbibe as freely as the rest drrsired.
They finally stripped him of his clothing
and held him on a stove. Not satisfied
with this they took a hot poker and rubbed
it up and down his back, burning deep
furrows in his flesh and finishing their
fiendish work by taking molasses and
flour and smearing it over his entire
Mast Have at Thirty-Day Limit.
Chicago, Jan. 24 Commander Walker
and the exeentive committee of the G.
R. met yesterday to consider the attitude
of the roads in the Western Passenger as
sociation in refusing to grant a thirty
day limit on tickets to the annual en
campment at St. PauL It was definitely
decided that if the roads refuse the exten
sion the encampment will not be held in
St. Paul. The Western Passenger asso
ciation will bold a meeting next Tuesday
to decide the matter.
New York Financial.
New York. Jan. SSL
Honey on call 33' per cent.; no loans;
prime mercantile paper 0t8 per cent.;
sterling exchange steady, with actual bus
iness in bankers bills at 4!v'.j for d
mand and tT'ulSr for sixty days; posted
rates, 4tS 0,4511; commercial bills 40
Silver certificate. Ki9Ki; no sales; bar
silver, 6; Mexican dollars. b2-i-
United Statos government bonds stead y,nora-
inal; new 4's registered, lUi; do e lupous, 1U; o s
registered. 111; 5 s coupons, US; 4's reis
tered. UW; 4 s coupons, UJ; 3 s registered.
86; Pacific 0 s of ''Ji 101
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Jan. 23,
The following were tha quotations on the
Board of Tr;ido to lay: w heat January,
opened (klij, closed tiJc; May, opened tSiMiC,
closed 4C; July, opened 63Jae, closed tilVgC.
Corn January, nominal. clos--d LT.c
May, opened Dt&i, closed 29' ie; July, opened
dOUc, closed 3:??. Oats January, nominal,
closed 1!2C; February, opened ls'jc. closed
18?c; May, openei ai!jo, closed Zj'c. Fork
January, oiienei SlOdJ, closed S1J.33; May.
opened tlU.o.S, closed 1U.6J;. Lard January,
opened to.G-'i, elosed S5.ti2a Afoy, opened
X5.V5, closed ti.fl.'-v
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, lflo
per lb. ; extra dairy, lie; packing stock, 8a
ibggs Fresh stock, lo.'-c pt-r dozen. Dressed
poultry fcpruig chickens, eXS9o per lb.;
old hens, 7!v?; rooster, 6c ; turkeys, 1U
(alic; ducks, ll'o)13c; geese. ntsS'e. Potatoes
Hurbauks. 'ixHa!Ms per bu. Sweet potatoes
Illinois, tHWalio per bbl. Apples Fair to
choica, tl.5Ui93.7a per bbl. Hney White
clover, 1-lb-sectior.s, fancy, 12;'9l3o per lb.;
broken comb, lUrgllc; extracted, MgOc Cran
berries, Cape Cod, (05(92.85 per box.
Chicago Live Mock.
Chicago, Jan. 23.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stock
Yards today ranged as follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for the dar, 21.UJJ: sales
ranged at Si.rx3-t.u5 pigs. i lKXcl lj light,
W.S.K15I.9J roujh packing. Sl.9Jal.la mixed,
and s3.Uji94.la heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day.
9,5UU; quotations ranged at Si.4Ka4.i 5 choioa
to extra shipping steers. &1.9i,$1.33 good to
choice do., -i ttJil-lU fair to gooJU tijoldj
common to medium do., $1.11X0.3.50 butchers'
steers. l.'.TOliJ storkers, .i.l.Vl.5 feeders.
H.iKKS-3.40 cows, t!.0ia3.S) heifers, i.ujcit:l.;5
bulls, i30(j,4.1U Tuxai st;ers, ant J.ijyi.UJ
Sheep Estimated receipts for tho day.
1J.0J1); xalis ranged at ti51.65 westerns
I2.1Jl:l.( Texas, iOJl.S5 natives, and 13.3 Va)
The Local Markets.
Corn New, SlftM.
Oats New. lTcd-Slc
llav Timothy. SlsatlH: nnlsnd, Sll: wild. ST
O10; slough, 7ft$8; baled, S3tfl3.
. mvai( wn i. si - .
BLACKING APPLIED AMD
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si LLwiris-rii n
SUM PASTE -
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APPLIED AN3 POLISHED WITH ACLOTKT
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A Lady Attorney.
Her career threatened by an
insidious foe. 1 1 o w it
Mrs. Alice Koon. wan the fintt 1n1v nttnr.
ncj in Hutchinson. All admire the cncrtiT
and ctererncfts that have friven her promin
ence. Few know how nearly her career waw
rnicdJh?' tronbIc" peculiar to her kx. which
battled her physicians. Here ia a portion of
her statement. "When I began the use ot"
ii i Uhve and
Myrtle Tonic, I
had leen severely
afflicted a rear
and confined" to
m y bed three
weeks- Had se
vere pains nnd no
The first applica
tion Rave me re
fresh ins sleep and
in two weeks I
was at work, feel
ing stronger than
I had in three
fail to cure the irreimlnritirs. riinln-t-mmtni
and diseases that sap the vitality of women.
l-kuktb nnmiK um, irom xne exposure oi treat
ment, and often snftcr tn silence rather than
submit to it. These remedies arc a solution
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With them lxtdies can positively cure them
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VICTOR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
South Bend, Ind.
Mrs. M. J. Sahgent, Agent,
113 Thirty-seventh St Twelfth ve. Rock Island
Bnttcr Fair to choica. ITcaTSc: fresh cream
icpgs mn, laMsi
Poultry Chickans, 6.
Cattle Bntcbcrs usy for corn fed rt!crs
3cc cows and heifers, 3Sct53c; culver.
tluua 3 Wte.
Spring laaib, 3Kc a pound.
Coal Soft, 10c.
Wbn B.by was sick, we paw her Onoiia,
TOw aba aa a tliiM. mm ennt far CWSoTla.
Wtta aha lywarm Mb, Im rl'in? totlastarta.
aha baft ChiLirr'a.Kl-a ganUiern Castoria.
Children Cry for
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Siding, flooring. Walnacoatlag
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ArrrraL tDepartore. t Dully, exoept Sunday.
AH others dally. Telephone lost
t-nnday even nts a rullman s'reper will he at
the df put titer lt:. which wiU loave for Chica
go st 2:55 a. m. Monday.
BUBXISCiroM BOCTB C., B. aAIU
aray lpot First averuo and blxtoealh
street, sf. J. Yonna. axent.
TRAINS. t mats. I taaiT.
ht. L., Spriuatit'ld. PeorlnJ I
Bur. (jtHD via Monmouth 7.00 ur a 7:33 rta
Cbtrajro. eterliug, Ciiuum A '
Dabnqoe 't 7.31am t 8:41pm
Peoria, Bcsrdnoarn, Uur-i I
lincton A West t S :45 pm til am
Bt. Panl AMinnespolis.. . S.40 pm tUtl am
Sterling-. cliniun lnbnqae!t S:4pm t S:49pm
St. L , Kmcae t 'itv, 1 euverl I
A Pac ( oait vis'Galcsb'rg TrTS pm lta
Dally. tUaili except Sanday.
BICAOO, MILWAUKKB 8T. PAUL
Bailway Ractne A getrthwettara Olyisloa
Depot Twentieth street, between First and
BecoLd arennea, L. H. Ureer. Agent.
nwras" trains leave v., K. I. A P. (Molina
avenue) depot Ave (5) minutes earlier than time
frtv.'n TriiM Ma-lrwt M 4 - -1 .11 1 . 1
daily except Sniiday. .
BUKLiKOTotr, Ckdab Rapids
..... .i. . u "-.ii w-iwt iA m rtraoy
II. M. BEIGGS,
Real Estate. Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1608 Second Ave., Rock Island
Cave on hard 40 lots tn Sr.nth Rock I!ar,d on
easyteraia; Jost oautde the city limits; rood
water; low taxes, and cheap faimranee. Ten lota
oa Tbirty-curnth street nd fifteenth arenas.
A nam her of place at otovuty ib tlrn cay for
saw sad isau
I Lnara. t anaiva
htail and Express
Fret).'lit snl ARcommodat'n.
l:trt am' Ssipm
4 M pm. ll:aam
T.tiU am; 9:.iiu
Daily except Sunday.
Rock Island a Pxo&ia Railway
IV.mI WMt . - . . .
M vm iupi f,uua un Tvcaueu sxraew
L. Uoff, atrenu
Kartern Ex. The Trilby. .
Peoria a St Louis Mail x...
Peoria Accom. Freight
Cable Aecomraouation. ......
t able Accoramodai ion
Wat Llbertv Tr,r-
Lav I Aaarva
b4 :;t5 pmib!0:6 aui
lyTrMO m bi:45 urn
" No. "
li? rJ pm
sl3 :4 pm ' MaiOtii
a Datlr. bilattv excens banoav. tttoinr north.
tOotnic South and east. No. 18 nana between
Cedar napioa and West LIbeity.
To the East via the
R. I. :& P.
Lv liock Island
CUIt f Denot
Lv Rock Maud
Twentieth rt Dccot
Ar Indianaiiolia . ...
Ar Louisville.. ........
Ar CiuclnnatL. ........
Ar Colcmbas.... ......
Ar hpnngneld.. .......
Ar St Louis.
r necatur. ..........
Ar Terra Haute
4 25 am 800am
4 27 am 805am
7 IS am II K am
"7 am 1 12 pro
7 16 pm
S 15 pm t OB pm
8 ) pm 10 SO pm
65 pm It ia am
II 10 am
1 10 pm
7 0 pro.
1 K pm
7 an m
8 U im
8 46 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through lekin, Hav
ana. Springfield and LitchlicM.
Lines east of Teoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Apent.
Abou Ben McGinty.
AfTXR ABOC BE ADHBB.
Abou Ben KlrOtirty, miv his tribe Irr'aM.
rrawled oat of bc4 all covered "
Bejabbeni ! be raid, -what's a I
"Faith It laoks to me like s l'-CVx Browoie.
"And what are yon doinr " T " "T bol4
Wnttne all ov.r that im
The Brownie vinihed o-t f icht.
Twa tlK. lart ate aaw of him that niht.
The rext n'sHit the Brownie apprsred "a?tn."
Mr had liiiiflwd bi prj. r- and iort tarwed m.
Faith " be ail. -ttti (iradjrV ghimt
-Tamed oot to give me an ckaaut ruae."
"And what willye have," ssid Mem a trrmbHnj
-Snrc !! ' wh fr I'll uke u always my
Tb Bmwnie vanl.hrd mf the tiipbt before.
Went out of the wiudow instead of tha door.
The next n!ckt tha Brownie appeared for Urn
Ke bad been ont to a wake and was fall of Azht
and rnyme ;
The Brownie bad written In his book of old
A story ha was now ready to nafoid.
"Ard what have ye writ In that preclnaa bonkf
I'll give ye a wj; if ye'll dvemealook."
The Brownie anrwered. -I've writtea the carries
of scape that are bert."
And lo and behold AnU-Washboard Soap laads
ail ta ml,