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THE WEALTH, MAKERS.
April 19, 1894 GENERAL MI W THE NOTED SOLDIER , AND LAWYER NO MORE! PISSES AWAY VERT UHEXPECTEDLT. Be Vh a Noted Figaro of the Late CItIJ Wtr-Bto Military Career a History of Soma of tho Mort Noted Cam pelgns of tha tireat Conflict At Gettysburg With Meade and Hancock. New York, April 16. General Ilenry W. Slocum died at 12:05 o'clock this morning, lie had been ill only a few days, and death was not inspected. General Hlocum hag been one of Brooklyn's distinguished citizen since the close of the war. He was a former president of the Brooklyn club and bad been connected with many other organizations, social and military, lie was born in Delphi, a small town near Syracuse, N. Y., September U, 1827, and had started to take an academic course when fortune threw a West Point cadntshlp in bis way. He en tered the academy at the age of 21 and was graduated in 1 853, the seventh man in a class of forty-two. Im mediately after graduavion he as sumed the command as second lieu tenant of the Fourth artillery aud was ordered to Florida, where there was trouble with the Seminole In dians. It was his first experience of the hardships and discomforts of battle. The command was then ordered to Fort Moultrie and while there the young lieutenant began to read law as a relief from the monotony of gar rison life. After a period of irksome regiment idleness, he resigned, went back to Syracuse and began to prac tice law. In two years Mr. Klocuin was elected to the lower house of the legislature, and In 15 he was chosen county treasurer of Onondaga county, and was holding this ottice when the rebellion broke out. lie accepted command, as colonel of the 27th New York volunteers and led the regiment into battle at Hull Hun, from which field he was carried severely wounded to the hospital, where he lay for several months. He was then made brigadier general, and under McClellan held command of the left division of the army of the Po tomac and was afterwards made general of volunteers, To follow General Hlocum's military career to the close of the war would b to write a history of some of the most important campaigns of the war. At Gettysburg he shared the honors with Meade, the commander, and with Hancock, and at Sherman's request he took command of the army of Georgia in the great march to the sea. It was General Hlocum who said at the Gettysburg council of war: "Stay and fight it out" In September, 18fi!i, he resigned, and going to Ilrooklyn, became a lawyer again. That fall he waa the Democratic candidate for secretary of state, but was defeated. He was sent to congress in 1H(SH, again in 1870, and a third time in 1883. In 1870 he was elected president of the board of city works, ltrooklyn, and was one of the commissioner of the ltrooklyn bridge. He advocated making the bridge free to the public and had the satisfaction of seeing his suggestions adopted in 1801. ONLY PART OF THE MEN OUT. The (.rest Northern Itullroad Strike Not tin til the I" astern Division. St. Paw., Minn., April 10. There is no strike on the eastern division of the Great Northern railroad nor is there likely to be one. The strike is confined to the lines west of Minot, N. 1)., where it is now general. The employes on the eastern division aro averse to a strike, but eveu if they should do so it would not be for two or three days yet. lVesident J. M. Hill stated that not to exceed :i(K) men hud gone out on one division and these were al' oper ators, switchmen and yardmen, l'hoi engineers, firemen, conductors and brakemen were all willing and reijdy to work and hud expressed no inten tion of striking, so fur as he hud been informed. Only a few trains have been delayed and the trouble will ull be over in a very short time. A Helens, Mont., special says that I ho slri'so cAlelida fi'olil (.HI iluoiO, N. D., to Spokane, Wash., and l.tKKi em ployes are now out, '.'00 of that num ber being in Helenu. The only trains that left yesterday were two freights that left early in the tluy before, the strike was ordered. INGALL9 NOT IMPLICATED. The 1 .-sriialnr Merely mutual l'r-llrut of the Kansas trust t unipauy, AuiiiMiN, Kan., April IA. tvv'iia tor Juhn J. Ingttlls in an interview in regard to suit recently brought against the defunct Kututts Trust it ml r.imfciiig i'irniiiy in which he, among Others, wvrt charged with fraud, said td;v that while he was piWuleiit f the colleen , he hu t iu-er had an y active O'luuctloii wish it, lie owned 9ViMiif tit stock, Uif s.iitirt (,( which lie paid K pri liilttm, Of late yt lli't he has Hot reccWcd a taUry a pitii!ut, 1!U !i c Slid ilatitliJiv iv llu failure of tht cuiiiimi,' nittiitust ! : i . i Ills tola) reet ).ti from lite ci!i,iuv, kicWtdtiig sa'at v and il viUnia, amounted ti ft. Too if there flSllllll tttff llu's. tlht.siwl.eii.. I hud no kiitttvWgn of It Minii.ni fur t Im? n. Ni.w Yti.. Af.rU R "Fiftern mil lion dollar wcie Spent ilt tit's c ty Lit lhj srppofl of tie .r during jrar vtolitig iVbtuarv ,'. , Inure than tit any "eviou year. Thts is au etmiute l in il on stat im M u.ade hy tihlrvti oLjh various tl ) atd iiistUutiuas, tHVf sot ietie and trgnUvti funds furtinhcd to rvuv vutatlvei of tha L'tsulntr jVt, FOR CONTEMPT OF THE HOUSE. Mr. Hoatner I'ropooee a Radical Rale to Prevent Future Filibustering. Washington, April 13. Representa tive JJoatner of Louisiana, who haa been absent from the city with the Jenkins investigation committee, did not reach here in time to attend the Democratic caucus yesterday. On learning of the action taken he ex pressed regret that he had. not been able to Attend. J! had in fact con templated offering at the first oppor tunity a rule which he believed would obviate the necessity of counting a quorum and at the saute time effect tiallv ore vcd t filibustering without re sorting to the undignified methods of lining members. "Under the rule that I would offer," said he, "any member of the house who being present, refused to vote, not having of course a pecuniary interest in the legislation under consideration, would be declared in contempt This would deprive him of the right to make a motion, to object or in fact to be rec ognized by the chair. I would have htm remain in contempt until the house should see fit by vote to remove his disability. It is not a difficult thing to compel the attendance of members. I he rules, II enforced, al ready provide for that. Under this rule filibustering would be impossible after a single attempt had been made. The minority might leave a man or two in good standing to make motions, but they could not leave enough to call for the ayes and nays or conduct other obstructive tactics. The members who went voluntarily into contempt would be then under the control of the house, which could remove the disability when and in whatever manner it might see fit" KANSAS WHEAT PROSPECTS. secretary t'obura I'redlcts a llouutlful Harvest. Topeka, Kan., April lfl. Secretary Coburn of the state board of agricul ture is very much encouraged by the rainfall in the western part of the state. In a bulletin to the press this morning Secretary Coburn says: Italna which began to fall at various points Thutsday night and that have since reached to every nook and corner in the state, which were not wet a week ago, have vastly im proved the prospects of the wheat crop. Large areas In the western part of the state have been lacking moisture for many months, so long in fact that wheat was suffer ing, and to these sections the rain seemed almost providential. While it comes too late to insure big crops in all counties, It is yet in ample time to make possible the production of s large aggregate yield and to save the West from what some were beginning to fear a crop failure. "The great wheat producing areas of t int state are in good condition as to moisture and the prospects are such as to fully justify the prediction of a bountiful harvest. There will not be the loo.oon.ooo bushel crop which tiie acreage sown made possible, but with such weather as we may reasonably expect, there will be a crop that will be the marvel of such as have not al ready had proof of what Kansas can do when she sets herself about it." QUAY ON THE TARIFF BILL. Tha Pennsylvania Senator Attacks the rrrar.it Measure. Washington, April lrt.-The princi pol speech on the tariff question in the senate to-day was by Mr. Quay of Pennsylvania, lie declared in open ing that the senate was disappointed in the tariff bill prepared by the finance committee which instead of presenting a broad measure which would give tranquility to business for years, "threatened the country with a measure which has been described as sectional, partisan, blundering, dis criminating and unjust." lie held that the bill was p-epared in such a fash ion as to prevent the restoration A confidence for years. He character ized the McKinley law as an experi ment in. fostering American cap ital mid labor. He predicted that the enactment of the present law would make America a colonial de pendent of (ireat Britain, After re viewing the history of tariff legisla tion in this country ami showing the effects of high tariffs and low tariffs on the industries of the country, ho closed by describing with emphasis and apparent earnestness the ruin which the passage of the Wilson bill would bring to the industries of his state. THE REVOLUTION ENDED. Admiral de Mello aud Ills Followers Surrender to Tragus?. Montkvidko, April 16. Admiral de Mello and the 1,500 Insurgent troops, who disembarked on the frontier of I'ruguay after having been driven out of the state of Klo Grande do Sul by the troops of President PeU oto, have surrendered to the Uru guayan authorities ami have Wen disarmed and the rebellion In Uru.U may be suld to have completely col lapsed. The slate of siege at Uio do Janeiro has been extended to June 13, but it is believed that in view of the surreiider of Admiral tie Mello and the insurgent force, the lirailittn government will shortly te able to raise it. tlrrstl Hint lu a I'ruUu Town. Tl utility Persia, April Id. At M. sited, capital of the province of K'hor aMiti, bread rhu ate of daily occur rence, and lunch il isles exist among the l.ii.lssi lnluit.iti.nt. AU the In,, ititr listq been closed uml the author l!ic me having great tliiliculiy in protect 'tig pruprrSy. the Missouri mi traf, Mos i i iv, low, April In, The MUn..ii ier, which Is now higher than for m o ul ye.tr. has left It bto,s about ntteett utile above Ver million , t., cut t new channel and i to w Himding a larife airs of farm land t ft Mllhuul tjMfMu. VniS.i.lov pei; tt. - Pilllnlster lug itit rrstnued '. the hoii us bomH it eoit'ted ! .!. The. ttrst call of t te ml! tttowed that the iVimtersH lacked ih U sevvit of a tjuurtiiu aii 1 I It .HI the It 'tots adjoutltvd. A in HOUSE DEMOCRATS FINALLY GET TOGETHER. FILIBUSTERING COMES TO AI EID Tha Caucus lastraet the Committee oo Rale to Hepcrt e Rnle br Which Members Freer nt Mat Sfot Voting Majr te Taken Into Aticouat to Make I'p a Quorum. Two-Thirds Majority. Wasiunoton, April 16. In the house Democratic caucus Mr. Spriuger of Illinois brought forward the rule which he introduced some time ago, framed on the lines of the old rule drawn some twelve years ago by J. Kandolph Tucker of Virginia, which provided that members who declined to vote when their names were called, should be brought to the bar of the house, and after being given an opportunity to vote upon the pending proposition, in case of re fusal, should be recorded as "present, but not voting." Mr. Pendleton of West Virginia offered a resolution directing the com miti! on rules to formulate and present a rule to ascertain and record the presence of a quorum, whether voting or not. Mr. Outhwaite sug gested a different method of ac complishing the same purpose. f-ettker Crisp took the floor and made a vigorous speech pointing out the deplorable position in which the house found itself on account of con tinued and persistent absenteeism. Quite a number of speeches were made in opposition to any and all rules looking to the counting of mem bers who refused to vote, Messrs. Kllgore of Texas, Bryan of Nebraska McMillin of Tennessee, Wheeler of Alabama and Williams of Illinois led the opposition. Mr. Cummings made a speech against the proposition to count a quorum, at the conclusion of which he sent up to the desk an amendment to the title of any new rule which should be reported for this purpose, so as to make it read; "A rule to nominate Thomus lirackctt Ileed for president of the United States." Mr. island vigorously spoke against the adoption of any quorum counting rule, us he believed it to be an in alienable right of any metnoer to op pose what he believed to be bad legis lation. And further that this right authorizes silence when that is more effectual than a negative voto. In fact, obnoxious legislation could often be defeated in no other way than by silence. Mr. Illand is the only mem ber of the Missouri delegation who voted against the De A nnond resolu tion. The resolution was in full as follows: HosolVKd. As the sense of the calico, thut the committee on rulus shnll report to 110 houMU n rule or so amendment to the rules, by mentis of which momhurs prosnnt snd not voting may be lusen into account an to the ex istence or non-exloUince of a quorum snd to compiil tliu sttundsnue of absent memliers. Mr. McCrearyof Kentucky moved to refer all the resolutions to the com mittee on rules. The motion was lost, r!) to 65, and on motion to adopt Mr. Do Arntond's resolution it was carried by a two-thirds majority, 80 to 44. KKNATK WITHOUT A tJUOKO.tt. Less Than Twenty Senators In the Cham ber When the Senate Met. Washington, April It!. There were but ten Democratic senators present when the senate met yesterday and about half as muuy Republicans. Mr, George gave notice that on Tuesday next Mr. Mcl.aurin would address the senate on the tariff bill. The urgent deficiency bill was taken up and Mr. Cockrell offered an amend ment, which was agreed to, appropri ating S iii.000 for the mint at Philadel phia made necessary by the unprece dented coinage of gold at that mint The question of the destruction of plates and reports prepared for the senate was again taken up and dis cussed by Mr. Manderson. The dis cussion was continued until 1 o'clock, when the urgent deficiency bill was displaced by the tariff bill and Mr. Peffer resumed his speech. At its conclusion Senator Mitchell of Ore gon wus recognized and began his speech. He concluded a few minutes after .1 o'clock. After a short executive session tho scnute adjourned. HAWAIIAN OHUKsrONOKNt K. The I'reeldeut Sends to t'nncreas An other Letter on the Mutter. Washington, April It). The presi dent yesterday sent to congress an other letter lit tho Hawaiian cor resoiidence, being MinUtcr Willis' recital of events on the Ulands up tit the latter put t of March. The minis ter tells of the calling of the consti tutional convention in May ami says the. government earnestly hopes that all of the llitwaiiittis will vole at the elections. He says that every voter mind take the oath to supjMtt't the provisional government snd resist a testorutioit of the monarchy. Origin ally the oath also required the voters to renounce allegiuuce to Idliiiokalitii, but thi section va ahuitdnued, MittUtcr Willis records the formation of the A me i leu u union, lnui oltject is to secure snncviiiioti, and reports matters as quiet on l!m Islands ( iwt f rtiud Ntesragwsn aitst, WtuiMiroy ril in. Senator Morgnti has completed, and wilt prt sent to the senate within tliellxNt day or two, his report u too Nlcaragtiaii canal, The reHrl sats; t'arefully re 'tw'tl estimates of the cost of tha ra tal, and work connected wll'i It, rakes iha total 7,isi,iitHi at the out M." tittld I'rwduttlua fur I st tear, W .tniuov April lit, Director Preston of the t.tinl lui-estt has coin pi-ted hi tinu I llifitres on tha gold jtro luclioii of lh United Mates dtlf lev the cfilcttd.tr year s!t. The tolsl (rl ml ion U k Iven as of the value of i.,y,ti.iioo. vthieh I ait increase for the year of M.tli vuuees, representing Oil RARE AND READABLE. Kettlea are cultivated In parte of Europe, the liber being useful for tex tile fabrics. The coal cargo of the Scotch ship Ada Iredale, which was abandoned at aea, burned for a year. There are 81,000,000 church members in the United States and church prop erty valued at 1475,000,000. Ilia majesty of Portugal in consid eration of the amall aize of his king dom contents himself with $634,440 a year. y " The largest oil painting in the world is by Tintoretto, entitled "Paradise." It is lVt feet in height and 84 in width. ' , The smallest coal burning locomo tive in America ia the work of C. D. Young of Denver. It weighs but 235 pounds. The town of King Ring, N. Y., where the penitentiary is located, owes Its peculiar name to John Bing Hing, a friendly Indian. Bulgarian peasants, it ia said, have given up grain growing to a great ex tent and are engaged in raising roses, the attar of which is very profitable. The first free public school ever es tablished in the world was at Dor Chester, Mass., in 1039. The site of the school is to be marked by an en during monument. On the summit of Ken Lomond may be seen the smallest tree that grows in Great lirltaln. It is known as the dwarf willow, and is, when mature, only two inches in height, Minnesota is net a very old state, but she already has more than 8r,000, 000 invested in public buildings and 810,000,000 in her school fund, with 1,000,000 acrea of university land yet unsold. The Wimodaughsis society of Wash ington which ran the words wife, mother, daughter and sister together for its title drew the color line until lately, but it has admitted colored members. .Electric locomotives are proving themselves to be well adapted for use in coal and other mines, aud they now furnish the motive power for hauling cars in about thirty mines in the United Mates. SONS OF ADAM. Mgr. Katolll's fad is to have singing birds all over his house. Tobacco was so called from the West Indiun island of T.obugo. The late Lord I m elace, who died recently, had ignored all animal meat for many years. The man who thinks the boy who lives next door to him is a good boy has not yet been found. Mrs. Sharp A man always makes a fool of himself for a woman. Hnchel- or How? Hy marrying her? Judge J. T. Dalvin, of Mloam, (ia., who bus married over 150 couples, says that he never received a single fe(j, save a bushel of potatoes. 'Why was their engagement broken off? Did they quarrel?" "No, that was the trouble. They were both so amiable that they got tired of cuch other." Waiter, to happy-looking customer Well, sir, what is it? Happy-look ing Customer,' spontaneously Hoy eight-pounder finest in the land! Looks like me, too. Two )ld slaves, John Thompson aged 85 years, and Kitty Owens, 70 years old, were married at Louisville, recently. They were lovers previous to the war, but from that time until a short time ago they had not seen each other. William (Jreen b,(urs the dfr.w.iction of being the greatest steeple climber in England, lie has repaired fifty or more steeples and spires, and is sent for from all parts of the kingdom. His greatest achievement has been in repairing the spire of Salisbury cathe dral, which is over 400 feet high. The original of liurnaby Uudgc, a man named Walter de Itrisac, who was a packman or peddler by trade, recently died in Chatham, England. T! 1 A .-11. - I.! ...l. 1... iockciis lined vo lain iu mm mini lie met him in Chutham, and was struck by his cleverness and story, lie always dressed in tho costume of a man of the Georgian period. LIGHT SELECTIONS. Mrs. Harriet ('ondit eutight a her ring ut llurtforil. Conn., and in its back she found a lady's pin Imbedded. It was set with moonstone ami peurN. Some months ago the free llhraries of Shetlicl 1, Lug., begun blotting out the spotting ami betting news In their newspapers. Mure than .O.oiio render protested, and I lie council hus rescinded the order. The largest Inereuse la gold produc tion in any stute last year was lu Col orado, uluiku Increase approximates f;,ooo,iHMt. The only state In which a decrease Ushuwn'ls Nevada, a falling uif of uhotit $17.Vxki, A relic from the battlefield of Chick- aiuutiga, toiisiHtiiig or a piece of Southern pine, In one side of which is Imbedded a bit of shell ami lit the. other two hulls, Is ptUed by Isaac II, Patten of WatertoMii, Mass. The entire orchard of a fitntier near M.s Utott, Cttl., was stolen, He went to t mil, and whi'e he was away Several tut it cultie Slid bewail to dig up his fruit trees. They said that the trees had been sold them by the farm er, ami his son U'lieted tho story. Dr. I In ltd Wheeler tells this story on himself. 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SehrssSs l,i emme the pay mst i'i hum lertsm prniiissi. v tnii Ui, Jul) Sid. I lor tbe siisi ot liiii pb in left si l I tr it'll a r ohi).,i altsi hml due sml parable July 1st. i-v . uJ l.,iiniit pro) fur a dri ree tbat dsletirtanii insy tm re iUitt to pay lbs swiiuiit ad itiiini t be due I it ttie asr or that said pi, lul.rs iiisy be solil 1. 1 S4lMtV tbe smoiini an litiilid 11 lw ilus Villi aie i in, I l anassr oi l prtiusu eu nr t tore il, 1,'lti day of Usy, lvt, Paled, April Sib, isvt ( Mtstsstl Moaatl i. Hea-elver ItU Nv Vtigley A llursmt, his sliotuet. To tha lanJ t( lUtl Ali via tha Miini,fl I'sultlo routs Kn. 1st, fur otm fsr fur thw rnufltl trip tfix o du tisvt. Call un IMI DaoleU, C, 1. ,V T. A. I.V'l U iUpi'I Umtiln, Nvb, Northwestern llaa to Chicago, UrU, KMttraloi, umUMUBt. Mr r-sw w - KD DOUGLAS ST. LOUIS, - tD cry ilea, We aramnt II RIPANS f TABULESj REGULATE THE STOMACH, LSYER ANO BOWELS ANO PURIFY THE BLOOD. 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He , ed, ('atelogiui trae e ssaii.jsa. awniawai, moor Bmoa., rrlMUItVM, LOCAL RAILROAD TIIE TABLES. SVSJf DaSS fBSTSAS flBB, ' Arrival sod dapartuta af trsloi earryfag aar engerg at LUiuolo, Web. ' Traiaa Barked Usi: ... aa ' y; f, Dally eiceptlsuailay; tDslly eioeft aUy.a Mondai I, tislly asveept Saturday! (.Suuleye only; 1, Tuesdays, Thursdays ani Bsturday ca , UoQdsy, Wadaasday sad fTtoay aad. BarllEgtea M Use art Ktvar, (0.. 1. 1 1. 1. 1 Tlckat afllces at depot, Seventh soi F tut aad) oraar leotn ana u mtm, Lear. Arrive. Plsttsmeuth, via ft. I 119: II a, m. t i wi. a p. m. tiaiOLin rl:lfp.B ll at) SS, iiws. m S'M D BS. iMoa ana uosiavtua n anuo us BcnuTier.. . urosna ana tneaga via Ashland eut-otT.. Ashland. Omaha and Plattsroouth... Crete, Hastings aad It l:3 p. Mb t4:Mp.m. it t wi aa M:SKV Denver lf:p.m tl:Mf,m f 10 p. I.Mp.m irett, m t l:ltp.O tll;Mp.Bi. 1I:Mp m Lowell snd Kramer.. M:0paa (TtOa. as t 7:40a. av 1:40 p. as 10 oo a t 4:40 p. BS. t4p m r440p. as- at. Francis aad Ober-1 Jin., f nuiyvae e nnyenne,,. iturungtoa special" to beaver and coast Crete, Beatrio aad wymora.,,.,,,. WssbtngtoB aad Cotv cordis Emlicott aa JU4 Cloud, Sennet, Syrscuss, Ne brssks C)tv snd (set t 1 :63 p.m. tlliMasa i 10:44 p.m.""' f ;vs. m. 19:Mp.B. tt;tfp.B. l:tf p.m. tio oos.m. I i S D m. Orand Island Broken low, Alliance, New castle, fcherldan aad Dead wood IKp at. tllOOssi. Ip. at lO Mp sr.. t 7:0a tll.8aa.ss. Sewsrd. York, aad urand Island........ AUibutoa, Ht Joe, Kansas City, Ml. Louis snd south.... Tecumsea and labia Hoc It.,, Milford, David City, tT:lta m.)IO Wp.ss, :40p.m ana columnist Chicago, Reek Island Paelflev Passenger station eornr O snd Tweatlstb tt city omc, iota u 6 tree t. Leave. I Arrlre. Fast (press to Tope ka, Kan, city, ana all points lo Kansas Oklahoma, and Tm as. West..... tl:W,m. tlt llp I tll:4l l tit M-t l 4pi I Hp I t I t9s l Local freight accom modation, east...... Local freight accom modation, west...... Fsstexp for Omaha, tl3:p.m tl2:p.m, t o. Muins, u.iiioines Kt.PaulX'blc, ft east SHpm, Fast eip to Denver, col. ftpringi, t'ueo lo snd weat 4:0. p m Local pass for Ornshs tlO:llp m sna l ouncii liiuirs. Colon I'eclne Ball way. Depot corner O and Fourth street, dtp tleke onica loti u street. LesTS. Arrive Omahs.Co.Bluffi.Chl- cuko, Valley, east snd west t :02a.m. t 7:46a.m. t 4 00 p.m. Keittrlce, Hlue Sprgs, Manhattan, east ft went. Topeka, Kan ans I'tv iist annlti tl:4tp.l David City ..Stromsbrg. 110:40a I SlouxCliy.DavldCltyl UoiutnDUH, uenver, Halt Lake, Helena. fun Francisco and I Portland. 1 10:45 a.m. 4 10 a. mi Hfttrlc, Cortland .... t7:30p, m. lit a, m Hlssoorl I'aclflo Railway. Ticket offices at depot snd corner of Twain snu U streets. Lesve. Arrive Auburn snd Nebraska I ,M nn t oiina. City F.spress f 11 M " P Kl. Louis day express.. ll ftOp m I OOp.ss Aul'tirn snd Nebrasks I aon a u . City Kipreas f P a m. St Louis night ep ., , , M p m.) t sta.at remout, Klkhora MlMoorl Valley ulllt'aeu BuSIS WStTlSg List Depot corner Klghtb sr,d H streeti. City Ttekv eiomce nuusirett. "Lesvs. j Arrlva. fliiiHt'o and east 1 Up m 1 45p m t f ill B. II p sv 1 run I tlmalis. Minus t it v st I'siu imiiith M'arshsilown.Cedsr ltuiiiiH.t'linton, liet Mulu s I'lerre.Abef tietti, Ouktis,.,,, iiaopm Oiimbs ,, l p m I Up m I Ms sv VVulioo h'reiiioiil. Nnr l.iiH. tl Nclll. I.ll,g Julia- ( lisillnll, t 'ss- j fr Hut ir np- III t'llf, IS-UIIWCMld . T ata M Mp m Ml 0 s m. Mill at Frviiaiiiit St'ctiiii list a. ft SV r'riui'i.t fri'Ulil t T Up BV UNsmiNK KRUIT AND KLOWKKI. Chtap Rattitn Cslifornls via lh Unit ah Pacific Hallway Ban KraniUim, 1,m ADcolmamllnuy laeiUittti olntt, First tilait una way, ), lUuintl trip, tfisiJ fur ilttv (ly, l.'LVfttl. Full Itifortiiftllon iht'erfull" flvett atoity ticket onion, inilo itree,. K. IX. Summs, J,T. SlAani, tltmrral Aireat. CU Ticket Aprnt, u tvi;r :t'tiutittsi Via th Mniourl r'ttifK Rouit, Oo tha e.Miu'l Tiis.la In lrcamlap Hi'!, .'ao iary, Kflirusrv, Maft, April an J May, I "U. Uirt Mlsatturl l's.Ad Koutu will soli rtituul trip tlrkt Is hi ail itaUiMtd ia Titias, with filial limit Wt r Hiru In thirty tlays from dsUt of 4Utwvvsrs are alluwetl In Arkr,u, Tots siul Uktahtnua, Nw Movt and , , ii- I, ., . iiiuisn ivrrtcirj, t,"iuit aun tsia a irtnui ttia tuuU, ntlL DaNIKM, C, I'.ilA. LDIOltKel. unst Jt