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HOLIDAY MATINEE TURNED IN FEW
:- MINVTES TO FEARFUL TRAGEDY
564 PERSONS DIE IN FIRE IN CHICAGO THEATER
Men. Women and Children Burned. Suffocated or Trampled Beneath
Rushintf Feet People In Galleries Cut Off from All Escape and
Await an Awful Fato Firemen and Police in Heroic Rescue
Work Bodies Found Piled in Heaps.
Th e'ory if the iesi rtirtloti of the
Iroquois theater by fire on the after
noon of 1 ', ly which tii'ij lives
wire lost. Ik a follow h:
The tinnier was almost In tlnrkncs
In the H't-ond art. Th' Maw wan
liKlitol only l.y t tit soft attlflclal
fii'iuus from the euli him, which lent
tuauty to the M.-eii 1 11 ri i: k the ttlnu
ini; nf "Th" I'ale Moonlight" ! the
A flash of flame shot acrosH through
the lllmsy lraj' rles. Mnrtcil ly a
'Iark from the calcium. A Miow lrl
:treamei hysterically. The Mners
stopped short, hut with presence of
mind the director Increased the vol
jmc of the music.
Scores rose- in their seafK us the
rtune tnanaKcr Mionte I an order for a
continuation f tlm mmik. It wan
beyod with fei hU; hearts. Tin brave
jrlrls forced the word from their
throats until two of their number
swooned. The audience could no Ion
tjer to controlled.
Reassuring Word In Vain.
Kddle Yny, the principal comedian.
ruhed from the wlnRH to the fit
Hrhts. but hi words of reassurance
were in vain. Clouds of smoke poured
from the stage into the auditorium, en
veloping the stniKKling mass of panic-stricken
men, women and children.
lU hind the scenes all was eonfuaiou.
It required but a moment to perceive
that the fire had conn too far to be
conquered by the amateur tire brig
ade formed by the stage hands.
In the dre-nlng rooms as hlirh as the
Hxth story were the scores of girls
of the ballet. At the HrM alarm the
levator lx).v tied from his post and
the flames soon shot upward in the
"Miis and made es ape by the narrow
Malrways In. possible.
The screams und groans f despair
from the Imprisoned girls in the upper .
rows of dressit.g ns'iiis cat.i- to the
ars of the more fortunate below as
they rush-d to the stage (liori. Some
stoppi d for a bri'-f moment, thinking
to jrive aid. but the clouds f smoki .
prowlng den.-er and denser, forced
them to flee. Ttieir escape even then
Escape from Stage Easy.
Those who had bi en slnglr.c on the
tap i-scuped easily. Two of their
number who bad fainted were- carried
in the arms of the others, ami were
revived In the alley u tin? rear of the
theater. In a terrified and hysterical
group the. girls clustered In the narrow
Some had sisters and all had friends
1n the bla.lng bulldinr. The bitter
cold pierced them through and
through, for they were clad only In
their thin stage gowns, with necks and
arms wholly exposed. Nevertheless
they had to be dragged from their sta
tion in the hII-v and Into nelphlnrlns
The blackened bodies which choked
t!ie aisle i and stairways, the 1 1 it of
poll'. men and firemen carry In Ump
forms irom the hull ling, the overtaxed
hospitals, the rows of dead and dying
In th" surrounding buildings, whi. h
wire thrown op.-n to the sufferers, te',1
briefly the tale. Only a few nf tho
liearf r. r.dliiL' (p- Hetit.s will ever be
Mas cf Struggling Humanity.
The fir t H'r:i., .f the ru-h
lif. W' re eniel. V lli. he vhi !iv
tell the tale. l ev. If any i:i that throtv;
Teal!.el Wlitt V-. to colue. The)
thought oi.lv of t!;. t ai;d their
dear orn thev pule d and strttg-ti.-1
f r "Very ineh us thy odianee,
toward the eit.:.
It was l.'it a !ii'"r : t u;ilil the stair
w.ij .i .a !:ri : from tl'- hah-oii) w re a
ma s of s'ni -.zgliiu: hujuanlty. with
rcop ! bin I Mit -it.tly p..hl:ig
f 'os. r an I lV-!.t!ig to git out. TImhc
Im th" ,m. unalde to k. 'p tlielr foot.
!:i7. f:!l headiotur. Thos behind fell
over tl ir pro-Mr. it" forms, cni"hl::g
fllid MlfToCfttlllg them.
The kc. ne was lio n a veritable hod
lar.i. Women at:d ihlldn n were In the
majorit la the fli;litlnjc crowd, and
their ahrirks of iiKotiliini: fear minted
with th smaiii of the dyltiK the pray
era of .supplication. In those dark nue
ineutH poor kouIh who had perhaps
lore unheeded religion called UKU
Motheri Plead for Babe.
Women xeled their babes In their i
arms and frantically cIuiir to them, be
seeching ears that were deaf to en
treaty to save them from the terrible
fate impending. Had the others' been
so disposed they could not have ulven
the usslstance so piteomly besought.
In the last hope, born of desperation,
scores climbed to the railing anil
leaped to the pit of the theater, many
feet behiw. Their mangled
were found lorn; afterward when the
smoke cleared away and the firemen
could Krope their way with lanterns
Into the Krc wsoiue hoUFi nf death.
The dense smoke quickly nne to the
top and added new horror to thr
grastly spectacle. To a ncore of those
who had sought to Jump from the gal
lery the smoke was kind, for it brought
death more quickly. Their bodies
were found hanging over the rati, t h( Ir
faces distorted with aRonles of death.
Firemen Quick, but Too Late.
From a doren aourres the alarm
went to fire headquarter, but before
the vanguard of engines wheeled Into
the street a dense crowd had gath
ered in front of the theater. The tin
men were quick to act. hut hundreds
of bodies wer already motlonlesf
within the walU of (he playhouse.
An awe stricken crowd stood fixedly
as those who had been nearest the
dis.rs rushed out their eyes wild with
fear. These cited Fire!" at the top
of their tunes, and the cry was taken
tip by th" crowd and carried far into
busy State street and the other ave
nues of commerce.
None real I .id at that minute what
had occurred. ITach man asked his
nejyHior if there had been loss of life
or injury. Not until the first blackened
and limp bn.lv was born 8 forth in the
.mis of a jsdiceruan did the enormity
of the disaster begin to dawn on those
In tho street.
Rapid Growth of Death List.
in fifteen minutes nineteen deal
i. .Miles were carried ont. Then they
came so fast that alt count was lost.
Matty of those first brought out were
still alive. Their pitiful moans struck
terror to the loarts of those who wlt
licsswd th pcene.
A restaurant next door was at once
thrown open for temiorary use as a
hospital. The L.tiK table offered ad
m'rahle means of service, and upon
l hern the bleeding, burned, and nioau
Iny injured were laid.
Within a blixk are n dozen reut
buildliiKs occupied almost exclusivity
by doctors-, ami In a' remarkably short
time a ureat host of physicians came
to cive voluntary service to those In
dlstnss. They saved the llvi s of
scores of women ami children, fren
zied with pain, who would have died
in the street or under the kindly shel
ter of the neighboring buildings.
Rush from Orchestra Seats.
The Kreat majority of those who
occupied orchestra seats had cscanod
Wjfh ihelr lives, though scores were
badly hurt in the rush. Sonic were
knocked down. and. with broken tlrnbs,
were unable to rise. They had Imm-ii
left to die with a number of women
who fainted from fright. With thes
bodies were found tin- corpses of thos
ho had leaped from the balcony and
In the exits of the balcony and gal
leries the greatest loss of life oc
curred. When the firemen went to re
move the bodies they found 1'0 or
more piled In Indescribable mass In
each place. The c'othes were torn
completely away from some of the
Isidles. Here nnd there a Jeweled hand
protruded from the pile. All the face
wire distorted with the death agonies.
Moan from Heap of Dead.
From beneath this mangled mass of
humanity there suddenly came the
moan of a woman. It wan a cry of
anguish, not of pain. The cry. faint
though It was. pierced to the very
aoul. aoundlng above the yells of the
firemen, th moans of agony from
within the smoke Oiled auditorium,
and the ahrleka of grief maddened
fathers and mothers, sisters and broth
ers in the street without.
Trembling handb plunged their way
into the tangle of human forma, and
with a mighty effort pulled to the sur
face the woman could such a thing
be a human being? from whose lips
had come the cry. The blackened Hp
parted, and a fireman bent over her
to catch the words.
Mother Love Is Uppermost.
"My child, my poor little Uy!
Where is be? Oh. do brlnR hlra to
There In that awful hour, her body
bruised beyond recognition In the mad
fight for tlf that followed the first
flash of flame across the stagi there
u mother Jove uppermokt. Again
the trembling lips parted.
"Is he nafe? Tell me he Is safe and
I can die."
"He is safe." the fireman muttered,
and all knew his reply was best.
She tiled, and her body was Ilted
tenderly with those of the hundred
others in that one jNt.
The lulamity was so overwhelming
that the tirem n ami the polk i mm
who were the first to reach the upper
part of the h"'ise could rot real I .e Its
astounding extent. Tlx y began by
dragging a I sidy or two from the terrl
bb j.Iles at the head of the stairways,
as if they did not know the piles wre
made of human bodies.
Cradually the full sigr.ticance of the
caMsfophc dawned upon them. All
the lluhts of the iheat. r bad been ex
tinguished. The lanterns of the fln
ir.cn cast only a llt:i :'ov ov r the
piles of dead. From the bodies arose
small curl of steam. The firemen hail
drenched the piles before they knew
they were trade up of human corpses.
Through the tiers of dead and dying
in the building all atxnit men and
women searched with frenzied faces.
Now an 1 again a searcher would find
ore for vboTu he looked. One could
l ut turn the face from such seems.
I'nttlllnd IU a ntf.
Another Aeiis.itlotial development In
the Lake Mi. hlgin water scandal, and
"tie of the most surj.risln since I.ant
K. SaUbury's confeHsl.tn was sprung
when the c.me aljist Senator
Nichols was resumed.
loyd I'intllnd. th" well known hotel
tnan. proprietor of the Morton and
Tantlind hotels, was recalled to the
M and by Avdstant- rrusecutor Wanl.
iMirlng the Nichols exatnlnatioii lust
week, when Mr. Ward -a endeavor
lu to show that Win. M Knight liad
engaged parlor It In the Morton house
for a meeting between Mr. Nichols
and Carman, at which the J1..smi vva
to be -mill Carman to tlx Ins testimony,
Mr. I'antlind asserte.1 positively that
be had not rented the parlor to Mr.
McKlllght or Nichols. His chief cleric.
Molt Kathboue. testllled to the au.e
effect . lie says now:
"I went to the cashier's w indow ami
got the key from Mr. llathhoiie, the
clerk, ainl hund.-l It to Mr. Me
Knight." XVnnts m I'arotr.
Mrs. fharles 1. Suiilli. of Cenrgl.i.
apM-a!ed to the governor for Hie pa
role of her hirdiaud, who was sent
fnun Monroe a few months ago to
Jackson for four and one-half year.'
for bigamy Smith brought a Toledo
widow to Monroe and married her. A
week later In deserted her and she
committed suicide In the railway sta
tion at Toledo No u.tioit was taken
In the matter.
iiinnl I itiil-.
Thomas I'ltzgeral.l. a wealthy resi
dent of .Vies, u charged with starving
a herd of loo cattle w In . -1 he has on a
laiieh near Orangeville. The t'niou
Stock Yards of t'lii.ago arc said to
have a mortgage of $J imsi on the herd.
ami those in i harge say they have n
p. at.silv urged 1'itzgeral.l to pun base
finlder for the starving Leasts, but he
has rcfuse.f. He will be prosecuted.
Million in Data.
F.ilr-rr's New National Cuvts yMded
tn l'.ioS in Mich.. :) lu.. in Me.. Tii bu..
In N. H . 3t" bu . and In 3't ethr
sistes from l.'.rt to C J b-j. por acr. Novr
tins Oat if ei-. i uiiy Kin In llw4.
will ld millions of buhls to th
vlidd. and rillns of dollars to th
farmer s puts. Try It for l?04. I4tgt
8-d Tetato and Alfalfa l'Pvcr grow
ers In America.
Salter's Spelts. Ileardless rtarlejr,
Home Hulbler Corn. Maiatoni Wheat.
a Oat. lilt lion Dollar i J rain and Kar
ll-t Oanes ar monijr makrs for you,
it sr sssa this jiotic sn 0n
tn tam; to John A. Balser Soad Co.,
Ia Croas, Wis., and ra'elve In return
their big catalog and lots of farm
sunpUa. (W. N. U.)
pelrott.- Chotc. stears. II 4ifr5;
riiinl In rloOie bulrbrr ateers. 1.00 to
I 200 lt. tikii 21; light to goo.l
I, .it. her uterr and helfrs. 700 to 00
lbs. S3 I4'iS 5. iwii.'d l'ltles (at
cows J: 0'-fJ i. runners. It 2'h i'.
-imimnn hulls. II '12 : Kvo.i knipnrrs
toill. 2'iT3 common ree.Jers. 11 19
'n ifOe.l wclt-U.e.l fe.lrrs, I i it i ;
llMbt stotker. $2 7iv3. Veals ctlvo
4tul higher. I4'.
HcKs l.tKhl to Rood butchers, I . 0
CM ; p:a. I to. light Vorh-
r. I ii'ti 70. roughs. 1 1 'J i Zi;
Sheep -Hes l.imhn. IS 50f5 75: fair
to ;c.m.. Umln. 13 2SV& '0; llgt.t la
..mm. mi lamb. I Ini. flr to goo. I
'eit' her lir i. i CD'a. culls und
cht ao - r.ittle --i;...i.t to prltiiH. IS
(( i 7.'. poor in ne-ihtitn. II tO'iti;
.(..rfcers niiiI fe.t-r". Z t i 10. row s
vn.l l-iTets l .".'( 7J. c.iiner. II 75
' 2 40. bull. I- 2i. mlv-, ii tO'.t
' sc m MIod ant b'ttchers. 14 drt
I fo; K'"l 'o rle.1i- heavy. It 7'.
( 10; r.nmli lif.ivy. 1 4 40'.fl 70. Until.
I I'i'I 4 teilk of nib s. 4 tiu'.4 7i.
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fit eows. j i 3 I.. tain. i. e.ovs,
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I.'ll-elt H'.sst.l V licit- No. 1 white.
0,-; .i ; l.-.l. 0 r:ir -it '4' l.lti
n.th sellers of ;n't ttel J.n.uiiy at
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I'lCild.Ml I.Otlbef Will Visff
M Apr'l i rt. and l In i7.ar wi.i aUo
t- ra the It .i in n o'l ir-li s te.-n t
i !-,t t . ..in"".' sj,r :..
liver o Tlllks ie at rested hi
S. do in. -a. I.'iropeaa Turkey. Ticirdiy
on -its pa son of i o'n 1 . : t in a p "t to
iiis-. ire t'iiliiiis The iiri' ! aro
coat uoi'iig. iii:Uiti'ics of nn !- nnd .
p'o.ixt s I ive In eu s...i-d.
All aiibll Mllwe;:in. of Ol'i. lo,
!i..s, wife was banied In the ho.
ipii. s theater tire, win a tunnb. r of
the , iiiiiniitt-e i f the oiltif il II. it three
Wicks ano Inspected the theater ail I
pronounced it perftctly lire'. roof.
Mrs. P. nrunrel, wife of P. Brunttl.
tuck dealer, residence 3111 Grand
ave., Everett, Wash., says: "For fif
teen 7ara I suffered
with terrible p!n
la my back. I did
Hot know what It
was to enjoy a
night's reit, and
arose la the morn
log feeling tired and
was simply Inde
scribable. When I
finished the first box
"I Doan's Kidney
Pith I felt like a
different woman. I
continued until I had taken five boxes.
Doan's Kidney Pills act very effec
tively, Tery promptly, relieve the ach
ing pains and all other annoying dlOr
Foster Milburn Co., nuffalo, N. T.
For sale by all druggists, price (0
coats per box.
Catbirds Dtfeat Snake.
A writer in the Scientific American
says: "I witnessed a pair of catbirus
making a bold defense against a
blacksnake bent on devouring the con
tents of their nest. At first the snake
was inclined to disregard the dis
tressed birds as tbey fought to drive
It away, but the blows of their wings
and bills became bo annoying that the
thief had to seek refuge in flight. On
reaching the roots of a tree from
which the river had washed the dirt,
the snake started to climb, only to
be driven beneath them and then out
to an old stump, under which the
baffled and boaten reptile took ref
uge." 5100 Reward, 5100.
Tbn redrt of th't prr will I p:MJ t !tr
tti tor II ftt IIud dr-W !: ttitl 'la
h tires ; la rur Is I li ium, auj th It
Ctrrh. lUli'l ( surrli I ur U th 007 poattO
cure now kaun l lh m 11. i fruemlif. 4 irrl
V cs rmttllulluBil d. !. rwqiilr ructtita
tioosi ir(nai. lull Catarrh Car t Uk Id
trml!. ti:d d;r t'f apua lti l.loud and muoout
iurfara o( lb r le m , tbrrabf ditr..ylB II. a
fouadatlo nf th d aad tlto ina allal
airaata tf kuliain up tba rnaiiliuilaa aad autlas
aatura ta dolas lu work. To praprlauira haa a
Bia. h fa'tb In tta mrtilit pari. that ihr effar
Oaa lluadrad Iiallara for aofcaaa that ll fall U ear.
Mud fir lltl 9t UtiBali
Addraaa . J. CIIKMKT 4 CO., Ta'ada, O.
Said b dratfttta, Tie.
. Ua.l'araoilif ftl.aaraUabatt.
PLEASANT MEMORY FOR KINO.
Blemarek's Advice to the Ruler of
King Charles of Roumanla, ftd
dressed to his premier, M. Sturdsa,
aa effusive telegram la acknowledg
ment of his people's coagratulatloas
on the analversary of "the metaor
able day upon which, a quarter of s
century ago (durlag the Russo-Turk
Uh war), I and my much beloved army
set foot on the territory of the Deb
rush a. which, by the blood of out
heroes, has been Joined forever wit
Ue ktnrdom of Iloumaala." That Is a
"memory" which must have mads
King Charles think of the advice thai
was given him by Dismarck wasa,
la the spring of 1868. the young sclos
of the Catholic Hohentotlerns, Last
serving as an officer at PotsJam, went
to him for advice as to whether hi
should accept the crown of Roumanla,
which had been privately offered U
him. "Do so, by all means," said Bl
naarck. "for even If you don't stay tl
will always remain a pleasant memory
What Might Have Dten.
Aa undertaker and a certala girl
were engage to be married. For some
uaknown reason, like many cases of
first love, they drifted apart, and both
married la different directions. Years
rolled on. One nlrht the undertaker
was officially sent for, and found him
self In the home of his former sweet
heart, who was weeping over the r
mains of her husband, who had just
died after a long Illness. He stepped
softly to her side, and with hand oa
her shoulder offered his sympathy la
the most serious Ions that could befall
woman. She ceased crying for a mo
ment, dried her eyes, looked up la
his face, ad said: "Just think, Charlie,
this might have been you." Cleveland
Doctor Wae Fooled by His Own Case
for a Time.
It's eey to understand how ordi
nary people get fooled by coffee when
doctors themselves sometimes forget
A physician speaks of his own ex
perience: "I had used coffee for years and
really did not eiactly believe It was
injuring me although 1 had palpita
tion of the heart every day.
"Finally one day a severe and al
most fatal attack of heart trouble
frightened me and I gave up both
tea and coffee, using Postum Instead,
and slace that time I hive had Abso
lutely no heart palpitation except on
one or two occasions when I tried a
small quantity cf ceffee which caused
aerere Irritation end proved to roe 1
must let it alone.
"When we lepan nlrg Postum II
semod wek that was because we
did not make it according to direc
tions btit now we put a little tit 1
butter la the pot when bolMmc and al
low the Postum to boil full 15 mlru!s
which gives It the proper rlth flavoi
end the deep brown color.
"I have advhed a great msny cl
my friends and patients it l"ve off
coffee and drirk Postum; In fart, 1
dally give this advice." Name given
by Postum Co., Rattle Creek. Mich.
Many thoo-ands of physicians ut
Tostum In rd' of tea and coffee la
their own homes and prescribe It to
patients. "There's a reason."
A remarkable little book "Te Road
to Wellvllle" can be found In eaca
THE GREAT PANORAMIC ROUTE
Port Huron and Detroit
LOW RATES PARLOR CARS'
Cart lesT l'ort Huron rrrr hour. The turn I
Uin-rt hiir? U
4farysvlll. Ft C'Ulr.
larin City, lt..irt I.sn.'.tnf.
Alrense, Pari IW-icrr.
'ir Haven. AncliorvltU,
.Nw lialtimof atitt llm moat fm
oua llnth lty. Mt. 'lriiri'
Direct ronnertiona are iim.U In Port lit!,
ron with Per, ilarnuatte trln to and
from tit north. Pad Am, au ail wny
ami lor. Alao alatlons oti th Purt II i
rn. HnalriAW ant lUv City Iivli..u.
J'4nit'i wlahlntr to Prrt llur.n
n Pere Mar4'ie!t evn.ltia; train i tor
at-ove polr.tn can e;te lJetr .lt n l.tie us
I p. m. nun tlrnei u lUM Kullnay
Hyvtern f.r Pt Huron
Far. Port Hurun to Detroit, one way.
You ran huy run l trip tl ket .i.t
waitlna; rnwn In Port Huron t. Detroit
iil return for SI
Thirty mdmteV ten s.iveit between De.
frolt ami INirt Huron over New Short
Llna vU M.irlr City hi,. I A tirhorvllte
t r lejfe fx. 1 1 in oti iwitlinr rm.inl for It.
truit at .4J a. in. Hint vrrr lioi.r ili. r-nft-r n-
iii ! p. m , riiMiintf i-r lln -w ,tiort I.Um
Tia arin i icy an I a tn-mrim. lun ct cote
r.eetihna are- hi.vl- at M.irlne ( itjr wltli cara run
Clnif over the Ih- V ia Like; atiore ami Alt'onae
tn iM-troit. i .if le.irif, furi llurni at ! 4 1 ii. in.
make r.tiH-tu.n at MiNn i ay w.tii car
ltiriiKh to ln-troit via AIim.ii.u-.
For fo'.iWa. tune tat,ir. !... a,Mre Oo. W.
Taikrr. E. a. . a . I: V. ..! ;ir.J Avenue. Ie
lix.lt, Mich. liAKKY J'.l l l.KN. li. n l Mij t
l oll Huron, M,ib.
Molscl Block. PORT HURON
Ilavlnjrhd years of experience n
the PhotoaTruptiic art, we tare prepared t
lo do your work right and at reason'
ible prices. Ask any of our patrons '
what kind ef work we turn out; ask
etn If we don't save them money.
Thev can tell as much as we can.
f he ve tried us and are our permanent
uitomers. You'd be too It you'll ask
Are due to Indlfsstton. Ninety-nine ef every
ene hundred peeple who have hssrt treubie
can remember when It was simple Indifes
lion. It Is a, scientific fact thai all cases of
heart disease, not orfanlo, are not only
traceable to. but are the direct result of Indi
festlon. All food taken Into the stomach
which falls of perfect disestlon ferments and
swells the stomach, pulftr.f It up afslnstthe
heart. This Interferes with the action of
the hesrt, and In the course of time that
delicate but vital organ bacoms dlsessed.
Mr. D. Kaubl. of NaaOa. O . aawti hU Horraca
IraMal aa4 vvat la a Sa4 atata aa I had haart trow b la
arlth It. I took Kadot Dr9f Cur a for a aoul (our
aaaiks and It Cura4 aa.
Kodol ZizU What You Eat
and relieves the stomach of ail nervous
strain and the heart of all pressure.
aVxtHiOGJy. SI. 00 Sit haUief tlmaa Ue trial
alia, aiith ua (oc 50c.
Praavaraal ky O. DaviTT A OO., 0HI0AQO
. Cat this tl This cat Is ee
i Ji ft 1 avary bottle. A rrtatHl euar-
kVI I l aoiao witti eferr boUls la
aaaaw j,rowf of its merits and tias
tuaua t ux nooiiougn Hrrup
tamoua. ll cures Haby's or
tiratxlne'aCoiiKh. H rone Mai
vu fvw a 1 rm.i Tallliai.c onaiim
W!MltWr tTe.Crouu,Aittimatle. Whoop.
Ill iri-i, muiiimm
CtMitlia, Ftr. Thnuaands
ttfy 1 Its heal mi power. Xot
tie 23e aol Mc. riold etar
vbere. T. P.M0LUL.N. naft .. Imlay City, flic
Foley s Honey and Tar
tJuat Two Boats
Twfl' aw. a - a w v
v HU&TX L UA i CLU.
CnaiaitNCiNe MAY 11th
I i i a I,' lafrM limit (II kovrai aatvaaa
DETROIT and DUFFALO
Leavs DETROIT Daily . . 4 00 P.M.
Arrivs at DUf f A10 A 1.00 A. M.
Ltavs BLTFAL0 Dally . '. 5.30 P. M.
Arrive at DETROIT 7-00 A. M.
rniHtwi vtb Tat' f-'l iwn lata IV
tiiaa, aiai. a4 at6 mrii,
Tsr-,hliiarll x a I aetata. a4 Sa tm lwai
tei4 ai;oiwl raw.
IUm kla 1 aa4 II. M trnrn t,
! t inf. bartka l.i"', ai.iu i Pttiawm
It la u.i Waa4a4 LrnniMt iMM
a 4 iaf a.a 1'a.a.
I your railway ajr it will ee-t art! yn a
IMronfh tukrt ;'' t,;,y l"1!
llcket to Huffalo rf W'rt it, in I pay ywur
tranafer chat ea from tlrj ! iwlmj. tif
djin IMiwi wl'l aara yuM ti.Ovl lo Soy
point Kaat or vt.
A A. $r.mnT. 0. P. T. Ctttlt. .
The Injunction ?ult of atoeXhoMen
of the Northwcatrn Mfe and Savlncs.
company cf !)" Molnei, Iowa, to pre
vent It merr?r with the Northwest
ern National cf Hlcucayolls Lu beta
oje. . i .
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