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Da. O. C. Oeoooo,
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destroying thHr lored ones, by forcing oplam,
morphine, soothing ayrnp and other hnrtfnl
i down their throats, thereby aandiaa
I to premature glares. "
Da. J. r. KarcHiLoa,
-- Conway, Ark.
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"Castorla ia ao well adapted to chUdrea thai
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kaowa to aa."
H. A. Aacna, at. Dl.
lit So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, H. T.
"Our phyalciaria ia the children a depart
ment hare spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Caatoria,
and althoagh we only hare among our
medical euppliee what is known aa regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merita of Caatoria has won ua to look with
favor upon it"
Uxitkb noarrrai. aho Dimjraur,
In DsTenport, lows.
DR. J. E. WATSn.
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PKmiists Is Cair, jlancBs. frlvaU aid
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etm. ocrotnia. Bypruus, blood, llTer.ki
earae. rontura. ulU. n. h.riw1 A"
AH fat a.1 a a . . . . !P J
Mir long ho
P!J "P""" eaables as to tare a life when
pat-kms method. WoesnffeTnTf roTaSrtol
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Rock Islsad. 111.
UlUXAlil lilil X.
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vsnicn is Vtny I nurSIOn Favors
the Davis Resolution.
DOT F0U1D IF 8ALI8BUBTS VOTE,
Vrnere Be Deelares That tne Meerree Dee-
sxwae Is Mot Intimatlnnal Kaw Tenia
, WaaU at Snot at Tnrk.y That WU1 Be
Beard Aiwswd the Wan-M Fight far the
Stanford Mllllawa Began royalists nan
rate BenabUean nana.
. WASHKfOTOjr, Jan. 8flt Foreign affairs
and flsanoe occupied the attention of the
senate yesterday. Thurston of Nebraska
rigorously upheld a broad application of
the Monroe doctrine, and was at times
warmly applauded for the patriotic ring of
his sentiments. In the course of his speech
he said: "Were there nothing at stake but
s mere adjustment of a boundary line be
tween Venesueja and British Guiana
should hesitate long and seriously before
Toting to commit this goTernment to any
interference, it is difficult to belieye and
Impossible to demonstrate that our honor
Is involved, our prestige threatened, or our
tranquillity disturbed by any disposition
which can possibly be made of a distant
strip of South American marsh and moun
tain. But the present question rises high
above any Venezuelan dispute. The Brit
ish minister, the accredited mouthpiece of
the strongest empire of Christendom, has
sen fit to officially declare, and so advise
thia government, that the Monroe doc
trine has no place in the law of nations,
nd is not accepted or recognized by any
Mast Pick TJp John Boira Glove.
"The challenge thus broadly thrown
down by Great Britain must be taken up
by this republic or the Monroe doctrine is
thing of tho past. Mr. President, the
British position bluntly, almost insolent
ly, stated by Lord Salisbury, has been re-
assertea from this floor, clothed in such
splendid rhetoric and presented with such
fervid eloquence as even to win American
applause. I unhesitatingly assume that
the applause was for the matchless ability
of the orator and not for the sentiment of
his address. I cannot believe that the
views of the senator from Colorado will
commend themselves to the deliberate
judgment of the American peoplo. They
may be satisfactory to tho money-chang
ers. England can cracR. tho whiD for
them; but, thank God, the money chanc
ers are not the custodians of the nation's
Takes Whack at Wall Street.
"They may be aoDroved bv Wall atrant.
for Wall street represents that powerful
loreign syndicate which seeks to dominate
the financial and industrial policy of this
country; but Wall street can not dictate
to the senate of the United States. If our
people ever become so senile and degraded
as to bo willing to list the honor of the
nation on the stock exchange, to go up
nd down with the marhet, it will bo
time to turn tho pictured face of Wash
ington to the wall, aud to cast the sword
of Grant into the sea."
Talks cf Turklat Torpltnde.
Turpie Of Indiana touched on theTnrk.
ish atrocities In a brief but very energet
ic speech in which ho declared that the
resolution just passed by congress should
be followed by s blow a shot which
should crash through the sultan's seraglio
sweeping back Mohammedanism and
advancing Christianity. Voorh'ees spoke
In advocacy of the rcmonetlzation of sil
ver and sharply arraigned those responsi
ble for the elimination of silver from the
coinage. Gray of Delaware urged the
advantage of a gold standard. His sooech
was notable in its presentation of the fluc
tuation of prices, arguing that they result
from invention and natural causes and
not from silver demonetization.
FIGHT FOB A tJMVEBSITT.
Argument Bego la the Government Case
Against the Stanford Brtata.
Washingtos, Jan. 2ft Argument was
begun in the tupreme court of the United
States yesterday in the case of the United
States vs. Mrs. Jane I Stanford, widow
and executrix of the last will of the late
Leland Stanford In the salt of the gov
ernment to recover from the Stanford es
tate Stanford's proportion of alleged in
dividual liability for the bonds of the Cen
tral Pacific Railroad company. Over $13,
OCW.OOO is Involved, and so is the future of
the Stanford university in California. If
the government wins the groat college
will be bankrupt and its buildings and
grounds for sale to the highest bidder.
lhe suit comes to the supreme court on
appeal -from the decision of the circuit
court of appeals for the ninth circuit,
where the decision was favorable to Mrs.
Stanford. Tho argument for the govern
ment was begun by Assistant Attorney
General Dickinson, who spoke for about
two hours. He said the government's in
terests in these railroads constituted a
debt for which the stockkolders were in
dividual y liable under the terms ot the
Mr. Cboate followed in Mrs. Stanford's
behalf. His argument was largely tech
nical, possessing very little of the charac
ter of a personal appeal. He contended
that the successive acts of congress relat
ing to the Central Pacific and Union Pa
cific roads did not contemplate the per
sonal liability of the stockholders of either
road, but on the .contrary did Intend that
there should be no personal liability ot
the stockholders for the bonds.
Beaded Off by the Popalista,
Washington, Jan. H. The Republi
in senators who have already placed
Frye in nomination for president pro
tern, bad laid their plans to attempt his
election today, but they were fust rated by
tna opposition ol the Populist senators,
who had agreed to only formally antag
onise the efforts of the Republicans to
complete the organisation on Republi
can lines. The Populists do not withdraw
from their position, but they insist that
when the election takes place it shall be
for all the elective officers of the senate
and not for any one in advance of the
others. On this account tba Republicans
have abandoned this plan, and now that
the Utah senators are in their seats have
decided to hold s caucus tomorrow In
the senate adjourns in time.
i Cessnas Briefed. .
Washtxgtos, Jan. . The senate put
In the day speechmaking. Turpie de
nounced the Turks, Thurston advocated
the passage of tba Davis Monroe doctrine
resolution, Voorbess spoke for free cots
age of diver, as did Clarke (Pop.) of Wyo
ming, sod Gray spoke for "sound money."
Call wanted Ira mediate action on the ras-
oluUoa for an Investigation of the arrest
of K. V. Debs during tba ChJoaco strike.
ITPTT A TXT TiTTTT A A7T
I orer- Jones of Arkansas Rare
' notice that ho would tomorrow sak the
I senate to sit until a Tote on (be bond bin
I was reached. Palmer presented xeaoln-
vow of respect for the memory of the
In the house a bill was passed authoris
ing thb Sons of Veterans to wear thetr
badge on pnblio occasions, as was the
diplomatic and consular bill. Besolutions
In mtmory of BepresentatlTO Remann
' SVFFBAGISTS BESIEOK 8EKATOKS.
WASHnrsTOH, Jan. 29. The
suffragists made their annual visit to
congress yesterday, going to the senate
Marble room to urge the senators to recog
nise women at the ballot box. But two
senators were on hand to hear them Call
and Pcffor and for an hour ) or so they
listened to five-minute speeches in favor
of woman suffrage. The delegation next
visited the house judiciary committee and
opened its batteries on Chairman Hender
son. There was an interesting episode here
while Mr. Blackwell. of Boston, was
speaking. Chairman Henderson said that
the best argument he had found against
suffrage was that a majority of the wom
en did not want it. Blackwell replied to
this and declared that women were de
prived of their constitutional rights. Some
one inquired if a majority of the slaves
had wanted suffrage before it was given
to them, and Blackwell in replying re
marked that the southern states had no
free schools until the carpet-bag legisla
tures established them.
Washington of Tennessee answered in
dignantly: "That is not true," and he
then named several southern states which
had free school systems. Then Washing
ton asked: "Why, don't you let the
women plead their own cause? " As to the
emancipation of slaves he (Washington) J
was in iavor of it, and the young men of
the south would not return to tho old or
der of things, if they could. The free
schools of tho south would be more pros
perous today, he said, if the carpet-baggers
hod not robbed the country of so
The association, after a warm debate,
adopted, though not unanimously, a reso
lution declaring that it is in no way re
sponsible for the publication of tho so
called Woman's Bible, which has given
rise to so much discussion.
President Goes on aa Ontlng.
Washikgtos, Jan. 29. President Cleve
land, accompanied by Dr. O'Reilly
ana captain Iiambcrton, left the
city at midnight last night on
uiu ugninouao. tenner Aiapio, wnlch was
lying oil Seventh street wharf. The Ma-
plo's destination Is believed to be Quan
tlco, about thirty-two miles down the river.
and it is said that she will return to the
city today. Farther than Quanticothe
president's destination is not known.
President Will Think It Over.
Washington. Jan. 89 The concurrent
resolution requesting tho president to
communicate with the governments of
Europe parties to the treaty of Berlin tho
wisnes oi congress tnat tbese nowors
should intervene to protect the Christians
in Turkey has reached the tiresident.
While this resolution docs not require the
approval of the president it may be that
he will deliberate some time before ac
ceding to the request.
RAILWAYS DECLINE CONCESSIONS.
St. Pant loses the Annual Eneampment wt
the Grand Army.
Chicago, Jan. 29. At the meeting of
the Western Passenger association held
here for the purpose of considering re
quests for an extension of time on tickets
to the b. A. R. encampment at St. PauL
and rates below thoso already granted for
the Knights ol Pythias at Minneapolis,
both requests were denied. Some of the
roads were willing to make the extension
on the Grand Army tickets, but the gen
eral feeling was against it and the matter
was decided in the negative.
In the matter of the Knights of Pythias
the refusal to meet the 1-cent rate made
by the Soo line was unanimous. If the
encampment Is taken to Buffalo or any
oincr point east it win not De granted anv
better terms, and possibly not aa good as
tnose onerea oy tne western roads. The
meeting had positive assurances from the
Joint Traffic association that if either the
encampment or the meeting of the Knights
was neia in tneir territory no better rates
would be made than have already been
made by tho western lines.
Commander Walker said, after he had
been informed that the association would
not grant the desired extension on tlckots:
"Well, that simply lets St. Paul out of it.
That is all there Is to that. The entire
matter will now be re-opened, and anoth
er city De seiectea lor tho encampment."
wnen Informed that the roads In the
Joint Traffic association had declared that
tney would not grant terms more favora
ble than those already made by western
lines. Commander Walker replied: "Then
there will be no G. A. R. encampment:
we must have thirty-day tlckots, or ws
win not nave an encampment."
Iowa sgialatlva Doings.
Des Moihes, Jan. 29. In the senate bills
were introduced : Providing for the inspec
tion of dairy herds by veterinarians; pro
viding for a uniform system of accounts of
county officials and the appointment of
state examiners; creating an appellate
court. Both houses received a flood of pe
titions asking that the age of consent be
raisea. ne nouse passed the senate joint
resolution of sympathy with the Arment.
ans, and calling on congress to act in the
matter. Weaver Introduced s joint reso
lution asking congress to take proper care
vi iuo Mississippi.
And Uelthex Gets That land,
Fobt Wobth, Tex., Jan. 2u. News hat
reached this city of double killing at
Shatter's Lake, Andrews county. Crick
Atmore and WUs Mason quarreled over a
section oi scnooi land both wanted, and
came to blows, after which both went
home, got Winchesters and went on the
bunt for each other. They met on the
banks of Shofter's lake, simultaneously
fired, and both shots took effect, Atmore
was shot In the head, dying instantly
nd Mason was shot in the body, dying in!
Vsa than an hour.
Clxvklaxp, Jan. 29. The Manufactur
ers' Association of Plumbers' Brass Goods.
Which Was oxaanlaed at Tittahn i :
snonth, has begun its first annual oos
tion in this eitv with nm
ent front nearly all sections of the oosn-
try. Tint aaanrlaHim smtn.i -a .l.
large maatrfartnrinx estsNtsh meats of
owns is 'kb United
The council of Chicago has appropriated
38,000 for garbage cleaning purposes
this year. The amount is $10,000 in excess
of the appropriation for 16V&, but It covers
noi.a uioaina, wnue tne other extendea
over a neriod of nnl nin. mK.
Republican members of the Kentucky
legislature have a new scheme to break
the deadlock and elect United States
senator. Four Democrat ie members. It Is
aid, have been found to be ineligible be
cause they hold other offices and It la pro-
puaou u unseat mem.
- Mine. Modiflafc.'a mmn... K. -
leased for four weeks owing to the Illness
of the star.
Katie Kathie, s domestlo employed In
the family of Mr. and Mrs. Serbos, ot
Chicago, committed suicide by inhaling
illuminating gas. She was despondent
nccoant oi unrequited: love.
Obituary: At New York, General Jo-
cpn n. rurwr, &4. At Charleston, Ills,
E.U n ucy, ia. At Kockford, Ills., A. G.
riainoy, 70; James Coleman, ti. At
Mount Vernon, Ills., Adam Kelly, 88. At
Colorado Springs, Cola, ex-Mayor John
- ctuiman. u At Carlinvllle, Ills.,
Samuel S. Gilbert. At Chatsworth, Ilia.,
Job H. Mcgquier, S3.
Miss Agnes Belle Steele, the "Daughter
of Montana," who Is to christen the new
United States gunboat Helena at Newport
Friday, is en route to Washington, ac
companied by her father, the mayor of
"Jack the Clipper" is operating on the
nor h side, Chicago At the German school
at Glrard street and Cly bourn place when
the afternoon exercises closed he selsrd
12-year-old Julia Rlnquin and cut off two
curia, when be became alarmed at the
girl's screams and ran.
Mrs. Ormiston Chant, famous for her
fight against the London music halls and
known the world over for hor work for
social purity and reform In public amui
ments. Is making s lecture tour of this
country, speaking of social evils of vari
Latest advices from China tell of the ut
tering by Chinese forgers, on the Island of
Java, or S3,oou,W of Java bank notes. In
order to get the notes accepted forged no
tary acceptances were placed on tbemv
The decree of divorce obtained bv Mrs.
Pearl Cralgie, the author, hotter known as
-John Oliver Hobbes," on July 4 last, has
neen made absolute. Mrs. Cralgie Droved
cruelty and unfaithfulness upon the part
oi nor ii us Dan a.
Tho Methodist Ministers association of
Chicago has refused to commit the associ
ation to a condemnation of the public per-
lormance oi x vetto uullDort and an in
dorsement of the protest of the W. C. T.
U. against her songs in this snd other
One of the socloty women of Washing
ton, wnoso name is carefully withheld by
tho police, has reported that she was
robbed or 91,500 worth ot diamonds at s re
cent White House reception. The thieves
Tho liabilities of Perkins & Walsh.sugor
refiners, New York city, areSrili,l?3; nom
inal assets, f 1,037,819; actual assets fattV
- THE MARKETS,
Bew York Financial.
Naw Tou. Ju. at
Money on call easy at 8(6 per cent;
prime mercantile paper 6CSS per cent.;
sterling exchange dull, easier, with actual
business in bankers' bills at SSVsSJiftJM for de
mand and -dW't,4i7U fur sixty days: posted
rates, 48888H and .VU; commercial
SUvereertMIeates, T'SSTH: no sales; bar
silver, 7; Mexican dollars, M'4
United States government bonds firm;
ww s registered, ii'yt: ao eiupons. 114; St
registered. 111; i i coupon, 112,; 's regit,
tered, 107; t's coupons, U,4; 2 s registered,
H; Pacific 6s of D liKX
China gw Grain and rrodnee.
Chicaoo, Jan. 28.
The following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat January,
opened SrHo, closed 61o; May, opened A4a,
closed 63.Sc; July, opened ftt'c closed 0M4i
Corn January, opened 27 '4c closed 7Hc;
May, opened SJs, closed bc; July, opened
81Vo. closed aKa. Oats January, nominal,
closed 185w3 ; February, opened lttc, dosed
18c; May. opened xlc closed Jc. Pork
January, openei $10.45. closed 110.07,; May.
opened S10.BS. closed till. 70. Lard January,
nominal, closed t5.7i;,; May, opeaed
16.03, closed ti.SS.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, Mo
per lb ; extra dairy, 17c; packing stock SQla.
Kggs Vresh stock, loo perdosen. Dreseel
poultry Spring chickens, tkSM'ic per lb.:
old hens, 7jo; rooster, fic; turkeys. U
12c; ducks, lliAUe; geese, KAgUo. Potatoes
Burbanks, UlsSe per bu. Sweet potatoes
Illinois. 2U0ts8.W per bbL Apples Fair to
choice, i.KX$d.73 per bbL Honey White
clover, 1 lb-sections, fancy, lzt'flae per lb.;
broken comb lorslle; extracted. MgSc. Oraav
berries. Cape Cod. 2-.& per boa.
Chicaoo, Jan. fll
Live Stock Prion at the Unea Stoek
Yards today ranged aa follows: lings fctl
mated reoeipts for the day. la.(MJ; sates
ranged at fa.8rct.l5 pigs, HU9tt! light,
ft.hi4.U rough packing. M.1S44.4S mixed,
and t4-gj(S4.s heavy packing aad shipping
Cattle Estimated reoeipts for the day.
i.0U0; quotattons ranged at tt-Si'StTs choice
to extra shipping steers, t&8) IS goo! to
choice da, 3.J(4.06 fair to good. tStfS.U
common to medium do., tS.0u3.U butchers'
steers, t2.S9rda stoekers. B.1S(3. readers.
U-flO&i.) cows. tiA8J heifers, tttxySir
bulla, $2.79fvl.U Texat steers, aai UUS
Uheep Eetimated receipts for the day,
10.0JO; sales ranted at t2.7S31.70 westerns,
f lor$ail Texas, 2j.rf4.00 natives, aad SiLskg)
Corn Wawr. zlsaM.
Hay Timothy. ll13: upland, til; wild, ft
O10; sloogh. STOSe; baled. seVtl.
Butter Fair to chokes, 17cct8c; fresh
Bggs Fresh, 1?.
Poultry Chickens, te.
Cattle Batchers pay tor eera fad
SHctjte; cows aad heifers, KtetttHc; csives,
Spring lamb, 30 e-poaad.
Coal -Soft. l"c
Children Cry for
nw.rivtiai ,-. k .u-iew
IPS - BW
FOR GENERAL 3
BIJMKlMe am iwn aim
MUSHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Part's 8oas.
A Woman's Letters
A year apart, bring; oat an
WrUmm m ft... n .
chronic disease that threatened lite, her na
tural qweation is. Will it stay cared?- Brief
extracts from two tetters, answer this, "t'l-
meat and other
made life a har
den. I began to
ase Wild Oli re and
Myrtle Tonic and
in two nrki felt
enrrd, bat ward
little more to
a vaaa t-STrm.
"I hare naed noth
ing farther since
last mitA mw
complainta are all
soot." M KB. v.
R. LA KB, Kng-
The sole pnrpoae of these remedies, is to care
tne diseases peculiar to women. They enre
more cases than physiciana. or other remedies
can and ennr nrrmnnrMti. n. .i. ...i.
common-atwse plan followed, accoanta forthia.
" d Olire is a local treatment-will alooceure
M TTt,c Tonic, an internal mae
iw tawanlHai wan iu tl. . . .
rrmedtes are totally different from all others
flltn rnntatft Maawa aaaal ' - a
2 : V. eaaaaa aaajsnr snK IsrUtaTIIia. . aSTQ
----.. ,n wumrn cannot resist
them. Harmless, prompt, certain-end econ
onrlcal. gl. each. Samples and valuable
VICTOK MEDICAL ASSOCIATION,
South Bead, lad.
lias. M. J. Sakoest, Agent,
lit Thirty-seventh St., Twelfth are, RockJIsland
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
1807 SECOND AVEBUS.
LATEST NOVELTIES Ol
DICE M FAIL EC3
oast aa raui at
E. F. DORxV,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1G23 eS002D AVE
Harper Hoase Block
Tc::tj-nm Strut Kiltta
Fine Hesldence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition Is located be
tween Twentieth and Tsran.
tj-eeoond streets snd Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
assrlj every lot la ft has
npon ft a fins walnut, elm,
haek berry, or other lam
tree, and Is already provid
ed with abnadaat shade.
These lots are fa the very
beat part of she city, and '
the Boost desirable tor resi
dense pnrpose of any lots In
the city. Apply to
If. M. STUSOEOST,
ffS I a I 1 1 1 If aSWW . " .11
I iai Irl in. ass
T SUNPAST9 "1
FOR A QUeXi
STtTS Ml Mar a 1
Wholesale Grooers. Bock Islsad
THE TBAVEUlkS1 GUIDE.
ha iiairli art -
gars Checked at K I p Twentieth street AetZt
- . m,u, Maw wmm i
beaw L4atlle4 SuauhaT
&T ft aver s S. p..
Omaha rtas' Me "iie".""!"'
tpwas ntaaespolto Ex.!
Denver, Uncnla a ossaaa...
w nevs B.V..
Lily Ot. JoseDh.
land a Washunrtea
1 1 4s pm
. . mwl a sen at..
Sonaay crniin a Puliman r'eeper win he at
goatsrt a. m. rJonday.
Dway-lfcpot First sveaao sad fcxtaeeU
Bar. Jum via Mnnaioath, tMu 131 nm
Cfcleae-o. merllng, C'limon A ' I
linctonWest .... If t:tfpm tliansm
ft. Paul Mlnneaoolis S:a m IMm
SterlUiS-. Clinton asDatmqae t S:0nsi t l.'Sns
St. L . Kansas I Ity, Denver'
a Pac. Ooaet via Usicek'nc e T3SpaiSM am
Dallr. fOaily except aanday.
rHI0AOO, MILWAUKKS ST. pAPL
Sailway Bacme hrothwnstara DrvWosi
-Depot Twentieth street, between first ins
Second STwussa. U B. Greer. Agent.
MaO and Isprass.M........
Freight snd AccoBuaodatn.
f rM ami
Daily except Sonday.
Dock Islavo Peoria Railwat
' , Fir Avecne aad Twentieth street,
a- L. OotT, aseaw
t rxfi am
1 :4!t r
Peoria bl Louis Kail gjz.
10 : m
Cable AccommodaUon ....
i 'i T " a1 "w t aaa time
given. Trains marked dally, all other trains
isilf emus K.uU. .-m
R rRLi varon. Cidis Rimm
- Northern Hallway, oapot toot of Brady
JJwvot. ias. Morton, waa. Tki St
o sift as
West Llhertr Trams
M :10 am IhUI'.mj
alOdOpml sA lbaai
hs-aa m hii-ss
'atf:sSm 1 WH'm
a Daily, euauy except banaay. tUmnr north.
tOotos "oeih sad east. No. IS runs betweea
OedarBaphts and Wast Ubeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Kock Irlsad..
Twentieth a Depot
Ar Indisrwpous .......
ArColara boa... .......
Ar St Louie.
Ar Ltncola.... ........
Ar alsttoon .......
BOCK ISLAVD TO ST. LOTJIS.
Train leavine Knek lalanrl !
s. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, psssine through rekin, lisv
sua. 8pringfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria earrw thmnrh
coaches and sleepinsr cars on nicht
Gem. Ticket Agest.
Abou Ben McGinty.
Avrsa Aaou an asaan.
A hoe Bea atcOiwty, may his tribe Increase,
rmmivm awi es aea an eorerea wiia
"aVtahbsrsr' he said. -wL.fi this I eeef
raua st sboss a sas like a r-voi nrowaia.
"And what are yea dorar " ssyi Wc very boM,
Wrnras all ar that bok of enM;"
The Brownie vsaisned oat uf slebt,
Twas the last Mc saw of aim thai sleht.
The aaxt airht the Brownie spoesred "arte."
Me bad SnisbeS bi prayer, sna ja wuwao m.
PmiUl " be said, tils O raoyv neat
Tamed ost to giro me an abaaut raass."
"fare It's wh;rsy IH Uks, tts SlWSys Sir
The Brownie vaalrbed as the alght waters.
Went out of the window mat sad at the Soot.
Tbswsxtnight the Browsh) appeases (or the
Me had been out to a wskaand was fnB of txht
The Brownie had written ta hie hawk af gsjIS
A story be was bow ready ta nafald.
"And what hsrs ys writ n that svseWss hookf
117 am 106 am
TStam 1! team
iiTam I IS sib
SOD pm I0SU p.,
1 10 pm
pw ye a swuj u ye u rnws sse ataakv
inwui, w i t . - . -wm wxHssa lhe Smnwas
ot soaps last, are seat," -Aad
to aad ThaboM -rr " iu
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