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WAXTCD A riKL ttm CKKBtAL
koasawork. Good waeea paid, w
WANTTO -TO TRADK M ACRKS OF
Gordoa At lloa ug.
Vavt:3-at mocaiic nnos-. turke
f w i"rl titl,-e, to a a.a embroider
ad faaoy aeaMia motu.
Wavtkd-a girl for ;knkkal
haiMvnrk Al.nlt IMrf.vtfl.nuvm .1
MTacahtlkatrvct. kra. entries Koller.
"ASTn-nrrcATiojf to m c.esk-
f ral aotraawurk; one who ta carleaca4
aaJ rood coo. Apply at Wv SevenUi avenue.
WANTLD-CHIMNEYS TO SWEFP T
Cbica-4 inn. tbe rpfr Caa be
fnaad at K7 Seoood avenue, David Uon'm.
T ArTTKD-OOrTflS TO 8T"RK Of CHRAP,
v wa ana urni wni imaa, aika r :a
aor at lau hmoad aveauti. Jofeoaf Juoaa.
tfASTFJ-FIVF. VOCNO USS AND
V 1 kra vooaff ladlea ta take ahana nf a
I jeal bualnawt la Iravenpnrt, Muloe and viela
i'.v nr as o'i ntobliked Unn Salary 10 per
whfqv." tinnrraa mnn niinp. K. li. vtouO'
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R RRTT-A FIVE ROOSI FLAT ON
tfVR RrrrT-HorsR om fortt-thiud
A.' atraet. Isuatra of F. M. Blnnet.
inrm RENT--RY J P TAYIjOR a broom
- rt, tin RlvhiFcnik klrert. wi'k water.
ta a craae aad fa
IfOR RKJTT - A JflCELV FTRNI9HED
X' frooi room anitable forooe or two rea
Uemea. at ta Tktneeatk street.
tTwjR RKWT-fTRNISHF.n ROOM WITH
AJ ateam bni aad anvUers of bath. Ia-
quira at U4 Twentiein atrcet.
1i)R REST J.LEi i A NT FRONT ROOMS:
A? raa, bath, brat with board If dmtrcd:
eaBtral'j located. 7 8erenteeDUi atreet.
IiWJB RKKT-A-ROOM HOUSK OM 8EV
rth avenaa aad Teoth ittreet. Newly pa
pared aed paloted. Appl; to Ucorga F. Roth,
"L7OK 8AI.R A MF34UM OR SMATX
X auad hard aual atova, very cbeap. la
quire at ABt.ni once.
IjXR HAT.K-A noon SF.WINM MACHINE
aad loft awl ihmwj burner, ebeap, at ltt
rnia asa a-naii atcaue.
FOR BALE CHF.AP- 10 ACRE FRtTIT
(arm. Clnaa to tnwa. A barf am It taken
ooa. v.orooa rjowniaa.
pOB SAtJC-COAL IN ANT QUANTITY
A7 of M baahela or over at a at par toa. da-
varwa v. u. u. 10 aa? partof taa etty. Leave
emert atCoMereaouaerwaboe, Kook
'PORSAIX-WILL 8HX A COOD PAY
A. laa errwery iraalneaa ecntrailv Incated
at a bargain for cub. Inclodea all Hxturra.
aaaa. no Uoa't anaaer it vua doa t man
katiauai. Add raw Robert ABdenoa, S05 id
lacaih Itrrct, MiMiao.
ICUT-MOMAY FROM TWENTY 8EV
I rath Mrm a tlx hi hay coil arnmt I veara
f'4 wita war no hrt froat foot.
root, riixlcr leave
word at A rs n(Soe
Lm ALB Oil EXCHANGE-A GOOD
A. HiiMtnrVmiwaiMlliHTtM a.a-
HA Owaec wateaMweeate la otar tJal-
woi taae rv-u aaiate ra akcaaac. Call
ATTENTION. ATTENTION. ARRIVAL
a. of ike wor'd'a Brott r'dvd mrdium aed
pmpheira Alpha, tbe ackaoaledtred
aaeat a Man a la the eitv. for a
fwet bly. lcr power 1 an airaare and
f .jj'f ttat ao B' tcwjpia are made to explain
hwMtia ataa. ariit. atechar.!e.
rMiroad laiorer aad woatra it ail aocial poal
'" ti ! a mm aae esa and d jea
Ht (raa the nom of Fraaoe aad aaaapcat
ItrwwBBnlinuarr nd jaara of tud to
aia her acvun dclintattuo of character.
fela a eou.7oirat adtawr to all bt:aeaa
aTl.-. Urn. hrw uiruf. eounab.p.dlvoroi ;
rawtea the wtprawJ. caux-t apeedyniar
ttarra wto. Maav pntaw tr.c cift of elairvuy-ae-raw
rc'f'rd are an rifted AUwhokave
kera deceived hv prelmdrra konU aut fa.! to
aaw Umb auoderfui avaua. She boMa oat no
iwiaeeaata or preteaee that ahe raaaot
fj.iu. lloan to a. tc 8ixteea.b itreet.
Rbe Lsh pliirratk.i .nil MMtim.
iir paw. present aao.
tatmra. oauata apeeriv and bappv wiamaees.
a eaa fire ehan nf iwiod rack of any aeOer
tasia of biBMae-av. a A locates disaa-ea,
r store aad law aalla. ITicv. iron eent
Animals Loose Again in the
Reichsrath and a Great
Show the Result.
WHOLE HOUSE IS Iff AH UFEOAI
rstll tko Prealdeat Eaeapea with Hie lift
and the Official. Bell, Later Betornint
aad Lettlne; the Howling Members Ad
Joara rrealdeat'a Tribnne Feaeed Of)
From tha Wild statesaaea- -British Find
Vienna, Nov. 26, When the lower
house of the reichsrath reassembled yes
terday, after adjourning Wednesday
from a scene of unprecedented disorder,
all the ministers were present and the
approaches to the presidential tribune
were blocked, doors having been erected
since tbe disgraceful flghUngof Wednes
day In and about the tribune and
throughout the house. The entrance of
the president of the chamber. Dr. Abra
hamovlcs, was the signal for loud and
ironical salutations, which were fol
lowed by vehement Leftist shouts of
Vhame." Dr. Ahrahamovtca ' made
an attempt to speak, but Dr. Wolff, the
German Xatlonlist leader. Interrupted
him by shouting: "Some one else must
take the chair, not this swindler!"
llerr Schotnenr.the leader of the aec
Uon of the German opposition, then
yelled at the top of his voice: "I de
mand the right to speak, which I am
Wolff Bays Bight Ilaa Departed.
Thereupon Dr. Wolff retorted: "There
Is no such thing as right in this house.
It ta tredden under foot by his
mamelukes." As the uproar which fol
lowed Fhowed every sign of Increasing
Dr. Abrahamovics adjourned the hous
until 3 o'clock in the afternoon, amid
a storm of "hurrahs" and "bravost."
The eittins was resumed at 3:20. Imme.
diately the Leftists commenced a tre
mendnus Uln, in the middle of which tha
German Centrist. Count Faikcnhyn. con-
ralved as & happy idea a proposal to
cow the obstructionists by threatening
their pocket lie moved that for the
future disorderly members might be
suspended for three days by the presi
dent, or for thirty days by the. house,
during which time their allowance
rhould be stopped; whili members re
fusing to leave the chamber when re
quested might be forcibly expelled,
rreslrlent Ferape with Ills Life.
The speech was interrupted with con
tinuous uproar. Herr Wolff shouting
"Let's pitch the blackguards out." The
president vainly called for order. Final
ly Herr Wolff stationed himself directly
in front of the presidential tribune and
began a Ehrlll whistle. A number of
deputies tried ti force open the doors
at tbe front of the platform, while a
party of Czechs enoeavored to prevent
them. When tbe tumult was at its
heiRht Herr Abrahamovics declared
that he regarded the motion of Count
Falker.hyn as a necessary measure of
self-defena, and called for the voting.
The whole Right at once erode, and the
president "'clared the mctlnn carried.
A number of deputies then began
clambering upon the president's plat
form, whereupon he seized his bell and
Cave It Cp for the Day.
After a short interval he returned
and began to address the chamber, but
hli voice was drowned in a torrent of
Leftist ytllk and shouts of "Get out,"
and "Fhame." Finally the sitting was
suspended for an hour, at the close of
which President Abr.thamovlc8 returned
and announced that in accordance with
wishes expressed in many quraters, he
had decided to close the sitting, to open
IT 19 ALL TIIE TALK IN AUSTRIA.
Violence la the BcicliKratti President Has
Vienna, Nov. 26. The unparalleled
violence In the lower house cf the reichs
rath Is almost the only subject of con
versation throughout Austria The Ger
man Progressist pTty has published a
cote expressing rtfcrtt at the outbreak,
and (lisclaimingany responsibility for IL
The scenes Wednesday and yesterday
are regarded aa a parliamentary coup
d'etat, and were witnessed by the Brit
ish ambassador. Sir Horace Kumboldt,
and by Samuel L. Clemens (Mark
Twain), with other noted foreltuers. A
motion of Count Falkcnhyn, former
minister of agriculture, to penalize dis
order by members was carried by means
of an evidently preconcerted signal be
tween Prcldent Abrahamovics and the
Rigatiits. This noel orocoedin was
Who wouU prescribe only
tonics and bitters for a weak
puny child ? Its muscles asd
nerves arc so thoroughly ex
J hausted that they cannot be
9 whipped into activity. The
child needs feed ; a blood
S nuking, fMYvc-strenohcning
and muule-btul&np; lood.
i Scott's Emulsion
of God-Liver Oil Is all of this,
and you still have a tonic in
the hypophosphhes of lime
and soda to act with the food.
For thin and delicate children
there is no remedy superior-
to it in the world. It means
oowth, strength, plumpness $
and comfort to them. Be sure g
you get S0OTTS Emulsion, f
9 yie and i.oot9 druggists. 9
SCOTT At BOWXE, Oiemajts, Kew York.
growled v. ith bovU axd jeers byTha ob-
For a loaa- time Count Baeni. th
nier, stood calm and unmoved, but
when the disorders reached a climax
both he and the president sought safety
from personal violence In flight Five
Vienna newsDaner. tncludlnw Th. ',n.
Frele Presse and the socialist organ Ar
biter zeitung. In adaition to several
provincial Journals, have been confis
cated for articles on WednaaAnv'a nm.
ceedinga. Count Badeni had Interviews
wiui j&mperor irrancis Joseph. Yester
day's sitting was delayed while the car
penters built fences around the presi
dent's chair. While this was going on
he assembled members indulged in ani
mated discussions and Jested about the
"president's ca." The leader nf tha
opposition met laM. evening to deckle
wnat step snould be taken in view cf
the violation of the constitution, but no
decision aws arived at.
PROOF OF THE BRITISH CLAIMS.
Dernments in the Archives of Guiana
wnieh Are Against Venrznela.
London. Nov. 26. A letter received
here from Georgetown. British Guiana,
announces' that Great Britain's experts
have unearthed in the colonial archives
there a perk of volumes contakalne
memoranda giving a running history of
the Dutch settlement of Guiana from
the middle to near the close of the sev
enteenth century; fully confirming the
Aiiuau uuuuuury claims- " "
The memoranda, it is added mit
ten or dictated by the eomm.iniW cf tha
settlement, the seat of government being
me Krver cssequiDo. They contain
frequent references to trading expedi
tior.s to the Dutch depots on the upper
t-uyur.i. to uie Aieruca, and to all the
northwest country which the Venezue
lans assert the Dutch never parses aed.
It is stated that the discoveries clear tha
question and will greatly facilitate the
work cf the arbitrators. '
(fv. Loekhart's Close Call.
London, Nov. 26. A dispatch to The
Times from Bagh, province of Cutch
Gundava, Beluchistan, says that during
the operations near Datoi which have
been conducted during the : last few
days by General Sir WHliam Lockhart,
with the fourth brigade of the British
punitive expedition operating against
the insurgent tribesmen cn the north
west frontier of India, General Lock
hart, had a narrow escape from being
In Ilotinr of (Jen. Weylrr.
Palma, Island of Majorca, Nov. 26.
This town and its port were decorated
yesterday In honor of General Weyler,
who was born here. Preparations were
made to give the general a public ban
quet after his arrival here from Bar
celona. The municipality of Palma,
however, refused the request made by
the Conservatives, Carlists and Repub
licans to rename the square in front of
the town hall and call it Weyler square.
fnrkey to Have a Navy.
London, Nov. 26. The Constantinople
correspondent of The Standard learns
that the imperial trade on the subject
of the much-discussed naval plans of
Turkey commands the minister of ma
rine, Hassan Pasha, to contract with
Herr Krupp to build four new iron
clads, but gives no instructions as to the
repairs of the old vessela He says: "If
this be true It is probable that Germany
has Induced Russia to consent"
Turks Salute the Austrian Flag.
Vienna. Nov. 2S. Dispatches received
here from Mersina, Asia Minor, an
nounce that as a result of the decision
of the Turkish government to grant the
demands of Austria for redress in con
sequence of the ill-treatment of Herr
Brazzafolli, etc., the flag of Austria was
duly saluted at Mersina Wednesday by
Turkish gunp, with all the ceremonial
demanded by the government of Austria.
China Preparing for War.
London, Nov. 26. A dispatch to The
Times from Hong Kong says it is re
ported there from Canton that the
viceroy cf the province of Quang Tong,
with the Chinese admiral and general,
is preparing defenses and river forts on
the Canton river, as the result of "tele
grams received from the north."
Japan Has Her Eye an the Kaiser.
Yokohama, Nov. 26. The Kiao Chou
affair is seriously occupying the atten
tion of the Japanese government and
tbe representatives of Japan abroad
have been Instructed to ascertain the
resolutions of the powers.
Earthquake at Bucharest,
Bucharest, Nov. 26. There were two
severe earthquakes here at 1:4S yester
day morning. No damage was done.
First Snow af the Season Bt Berlin.
Berlin, Nov. 26. The first snow of the
season fell here Wednesday evening.
Cltaslmmons Denies the Report.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 26. Robert Fits
simmonsand Martin Julian, who showed
In Lincoln with their company last
night denied the report sent out from
Buffalo of another fight between Fitz
simmons and Corbett Fitzsimmons had
little to say except tomake a general de
nial while Julian was not only emphatic,
but evidently displeased. "Fitzsimmons
will never meet Corbett again, make
that as emphatic as you can," said he to
the Associated Press correspondent.
"Corbett probably started the' Story to
get some cheap advertising," was Ju
lian's final comment
Attempt to Poison a Family.
Plattesville. Wis., Nov. 26. An at
tempt was made to poison the entire
family of Jacob Hooser, Sr., near this
place. Strychnine was placed in a pall
or water and also in a pot 08. coffee on
the stove. A daughter of Mr Hooser
drank some of the water and was short
ly afterward taken violently 111, but the
proper antidote being applied she re
covered. The poisoned coffee was dis
covered before anybody drank of It.
The district attorney has been informed
of the case and will make 'a thorough
Exchange vtera All dated.
Chicago, Nov. 25. Today being a na
tional holiday the exchanges were all
closed and there is no market report
Hay-Timothy. Qa9; wDd, tsar.
Potatoes 46 ottos.
Butter Fair to choice, 50e; fresh creamery,
Chickens StJc ..
Iiueaa Alive. 7c; dressed, toe.
Coal Soft lOe.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
4Q.Sc; cows and heilers,. JaJHe; calves, 4Q
TWO YOUNG WOMEN DhOWNED.
esse rtmnava On a Bridge I late Fiftcea
Feet of Water.
Middletown. O.. Nov. 26. Misses Mary
and Katie Seaman were drokvned yes
terday afternoon, and their mother is
In a dangerous condition as the result of
a runaway. They were drlvtng a cress a
bridge that spans the hydraulic north
of this city, when their horse became
frightened and plunged over the aide
guard of the bridge Into fifteen feet of
water. The ladies went down with the
horse and spring wagon. The screams
of the ladles brought help to the ccene.
but not in time to save the daughters,
whose dead bodies were recovered.
The mother was rescued with great
difficulty, and Is still in a serious, condi
tion. She does not knonv that her daugh
ters are dead, and will not be advised
until she gets better. The father of the
ycung ladies is a prominent farmer. He
and his sons are prostrated over the
condition of Mrs. Seaman and the loss cf
his daughters. They had a pleasant
Thanksgiving dinner together Just be
fore the ladles started out for a drive.
The number of players killed In foot
ball games this season hats'been eight.
Charles Miller, of Chicago, won the
twelve-hour bike race at i Atlanta, cov
ering 224 miles.
Tommy Ryan, of Syracuse, knocked
out Australian im Ryan in the fifth
round at Elmira, N. Y.
A dispatch received at Vienna an
nounces that 5,XX Albanians are In
open revolt against Turkey.
An epidemic of eearlet fever is raging
in the little village of Bourbon, Ills.
The public schoolsA have i been closed in
definitely. The Opinlone, of Rome, strongly op
poses the proposals of Gotuchowski to
form a European- commercial league
The president inhls message will, it
is expected, devote1 more attention to
Alaska than has bet:n given to the big
territory heretofore since its purchase.
Rev. Maurice Pealleld Fikes. of the
First Baptist church of Trenton, N. J.,
has appointed the prettiest girls in his
congregation ushersand collection tak
William J. Bryant has given to the
Missouri state university $250 wTiich is
to be used annually lnyi warding a prize
for the best essay on th3 science of gov
Michael beat Starbuck on the bicycle
at Madison Square garden. New York,
by thirty laps In a distance of twenty
five miles. Time,50minutest291-5 seconds.
beating Michael s Chicago' in-door rec
Fire at Temerkat, a suburb of Oak
land, Cal., completely destroyed the
church and school of the Sacred tHeart,
the clergy house and all the adjoining
outbuildings. Father Serga had' a nar
Mr. J. W. Showalter, the chess i cham
pion, has gone to New Haven, Conn.,
to coach the Yale team in the chess
tournament to be played on New Year's
Day between Yale, Harvard, Prifnceton
and Columbia colleges.
Father, mother, and children. In a
family of a dozen at Lincoln Center,
Kan., are all In school, the parents and
the two older children being In the
same class. The father la an ambitious
minister, 4a years old. .
G. R. Hancock and the Misses Han
cock are in Washington arranging for
the presentation of a collection of
swords, the property of their grarsd
faher, General Winfleld Scott Hancock,
to the National museum.
Governor Bradley, of Kentucky., has
sent out letters to the Judges In counties
in which raiders have committed out
rages saying that unless efforts are
made to protect property in these sec
tions he will send troops.
Thanksgiving Sport In the South.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 26. An unknown
negro was killed by lynchers near Black
Heart yesterday afternoon, bis body be
ing literally riddled with Wallets. The
negro outraged Miss Reble Davis, the
17-year-old daughter of Eli Davis, a
farmer seven miles north of Black
sheer, while she was alone in her home.
Wacross, Ga., Nov. 26. Jerry John
son, a negro, was lynched last eveningby a
mob near Screven. He was in charge of
officers and was being taken to Jail at
Jcssup. He was made the target for a
number of riiles and his body was per
forated with bullets. The negro had
been arrested for stealing a mule.
Fire Burns lp $400,000 la Property.
Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 26. About $100,
000 worth of property was burned yes
terday morning by a fire started by an
Incendiary In an old compress building
used by several firms as a warehouse
for the storage of hay and food stuffs
and spread to Clubb's lumber yard, and
the old freight houses of the Louisville
and Nashville railroad.
I MB I lir'faf
Any Druggist will sell you a
Bottle for a Dollar.
Uad what W. B. T. DAVIS, a Washington
Metieprrullyadd my testimony to tbe effleasy
Of AnU-NRVTlffUiie in severe neuriUKia. I have
beeo entirely eured, and have ased it la two
very severe cases, with a similar result"
If the Druggist shouldn't have H,
will send a bottle to any address,
Charges prepaid, for One Dollar.
FRERCII CHELIICa CO.,
AN OPEN LETTER
WB ARB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THB
KCUJSIVE USE OV THE WORD "CASTORlL AND .
. PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," as our tjiadl mark,
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, qf Hyannij, Maxickusett
was the originator f "PITCHER'S CASTC31A: the same
that has borne and does now f ff7 - cn every
bear thefac-simUe signature of rMzSXc wrapper.
This is the original PITCHER'S CASTOR1A,'" xkich has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have cOwaiis bought r on
and has me signature vf wrap
per. No one has authoritg from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Ckas. S. Fletcher is
March 8, 1897. i GS.
j Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute winch some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the u
greduents of which even he does not know.
The End Ton Have Always Bm$An
BEARS TH'a FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
The Kind That
i cuiT.ua eewaaav. w
The olu tire aad Tim -!&
OMBpacia. Bars is si Wt.
Lezzss Prcnptly Pill
astes aikrwaaasy rllsM-cairy ana alar.
Toor vatroaarala annUdaO.
Kefresenting among other time
tried and well known Fin Insur
ance Companies the follow tug:
Poor! a. Ill
M ant heater, B H
Office oomer Eighteenth street aad
Second avenue, second floor.
tsmi taililnj itss9
A!sr Bid trlssimp
for eMpMM, danbllitj aad
beauty excelled by bob. This
tone does not wash or eolor tee
wall witt alkali, eto. Haaeeant
as for estimate! will receive
earefnl atteattoa and be returned
promptly at oar expecja,
Quarries 13 mllee troat Book
Island oa tbe a. B. Q. B. B.
Trains Nos. sad 10 will stop
sad 1st visitor oil aad oa.
eriijs stens, tern crib
Necks and fcxntfaUoi
Bssnlssol Btoas aad Pbotoiof
BoUdJan eaa be seea at Boom
No. 13, tfltehell LyadViboUd
Arthur Bnmll, manager,
Rock Island or Colona, III.
White Seal saloon
rtiS Seco td Areata. .
Never Failed Ton.
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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
SmCAGQ. ROOK ISLAND PACIFIC BAIL-way-Tickets
can as parekased at ban are
rted at B I P Twsrtieta street de5ot?oi
C B lap depot, corner Fifth arena aad Thtrty-
to., k iau a riuunw, Acaaw
iniet Lusiwd a yaZT.
fu Worth, baavat a K.ii. bntm.
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tOnahs Klasaapolkuii.' '.
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aaae Minneapolis ,.
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Bfc, Paal a Mlnaaapolla...
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Ohraaro a Det Motnas
tMnacauna vU Wlltoa
Sandav avanhisa a fhtllmaa sIa-m t. -a
fie dennt aftar AfHA. atva mn iJZZ mm
BURLIKOTON KOUTI-C B a O BAIL-wav-Depot
Find arena an Uakaanl
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taieago, Bterllaft, Ollatoa l
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efcraai ar inaaapem...
r a-ev aai
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skjaet, aatwwas vhx. 4j
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rvaavatandAosaarjaodara. wS t5v.
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B. Btockboaaa, Seal. Tk Aaaak.
Lan vs jasaaTS
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Pearls Aeatns. Frelrht...
I as SS
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a eDQeTjapot Ive (B sitaiiaw ksiiuj 4aaZa
Sivea, TralBSmarkai a . smar aTZ
uyeseapt Bamday. "
To thri Esun aria the
R. I. & P.
OBI A rospat
tw Boca Wand
Twantlaik at Uavot
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THROUGH CAR SEQVICQ
LIbss sast of Peoria sacry laresra
sosckss sad slssptag sets aa afAi
tralae to prfaelpts elttea.