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jx ' r TIIE WEALTH MAKERS. June IS94 BOLD AGITATO ffill THE MISSOURI STRIKE LEADER DEFIES LEAVENWORTH. KEEPS HIS PROMISE AND RETURNS. lie Wri hr-a I j lb principal Street With 1IU Follower and Not Arrestad . IMm-iih Now rropoa to Try Arbi tration Vmuien Owird Mlnrr at Work-oilier t.atvHirika Mw f IntrHit( Lkavk.nwoktii.' k'un., June 4. Cbief Agitator Mdlrcffor of tlio MiMttniri utrikerit, arrived from I.nxlnjrtou M., lo-dny us ho mi id he would when ha left hvra two day utf" and vvn met lit tlm depot by fully :'. htrikin miners of thini-ity. About an equal number of cit izen wora ulKoattliu depot but no nttoinpt wu mnde to n Trent MeUrnifor, u warrant a worn out for inciting to riot. His vni , pathlgera ri'i'i'lvoil him with upi'ii arms, Hiid decided upplinw. Mctirejror ami it limns burnt bended a column of MM minora and mnroliod through tlio principal Mrei-K and then toolf heii(l(piui'ter rit J. A. Jl. hall. The citizens' committee will now attempt to wdtle the Mrike by arbi tration and avoid lighting If poaslblo. I'ulcfciH a compromise be effected liefore Monday, grit vu trouble, wems inevitable. At least half the milium of tho city have arrayed theniHclvcH on Md'n-egor' side mid he hai nerve enough to lend tliem any where and to do anything within reach of physicul force. A large ponse under Nlieriff Ilothcn .burger, reinforced by volunteer citi zens, regular deputy aherinS and tlie entire police force in charjfe of t'liief t'ratihton, inarched to the North l,cavon wort li ci ml Mm ft at fl:.'H) o'clock this morning to aeu that no one inter fered with the working miner. Not a Missouri agitator or a ntriker put in tin appearance. Thin forenoon the cilixcnM executive committee met and organized com panies of volunteer and a sheriff's ksmo. Headiu:irteiH will bo main tained at the city hull mid certain hignaU will call the men together. Mayor Dodswoi th lxnued Jtis procla mation notifying striken to desist from tlielr unlawful practices u ni dis perse to their various, homes, The Homo mine bus over seventy five men at work again and the North Leavenworth mine von The police commissioner are in full accord with the, citizens and have placed the en tire police force at the disposal of the committee of safety. TROOPS OUT IN INDIANA, The lovii-mr 1'ni'i-eil to I all out tlio Ml III In to ( lu-ck lllotoin Wlut-ra. Ixmanavomh, InJ., June I. Al though tho first information given out to-day was that the militia would not be ordered out at least to-day, the day was not far advanced when tho aspect of affairs assumed a very serious phase. This was caused by reports from the' Shclbtirue and Wash ington mining districts of the deter mined stand the minors had taken to prevent the movement of coal trains in spite of the governor's warning. Governor Matthews and Adjutant General Hobbins held frequent con ferences and u few minutes past 1'i o'clock the governor decided to call ut the militia. There are forty-four companies of available men, each hav ing forty-live men. Nine companies, including one of the artillery, will go lit oneo to the scenes of trouble. A report from Miclburne was that the s)Mcial train carrying Nheritr Mills und forty deputies arrived there to day and was met by ;.'m strikers, who lined up on the pint form and listened to conciliatory remarks of the sheriff, lie told the strikers lie was there to enforcM the law, but no violence would Iks used. Meanwhile tho depu ties remained inside the coaches. The strikers nud their wives jeered them and as fast us pins would lie placed in tho trains they would bo removed by the men and women. The otUeers finally withdrew in de-pair and the sheriff wired here for troops. Tho 500 miners at Cunnelburg have compelled conductors on the Haiti more nud Ohio "'iv'.hwextern to side truck forty carloads of coal In transit from Cincinnati to M. Louis. They have derailed three cars, upset one und tore up ti. track nf the switch on each side of the coal ears. .Sheriff l.eiiilng served Injunction pupeis iiimmi them but no ult-nlln wus paid to him. lie then tele graphed to the governor for troops. The t'aiiiielburg miners are aided by miners from this eity and Montgomery, FIRED ON BY STRIKERS, Una 1IuMf ! titty sliux At Ht-tler vs.r Wiitera l)unrlr. Maik, Mu, June I. U I o'ebs k this morn tit ir u I'im-I .if strik. r at iwured neareowl Uiilt.i t of the U,in i4 Htd l , niiij.,iin , tin side tf lU'tUr, mil lktt to stioot ht the n-i.ii it- of the Hegroe I'll the e-.sil cHiiMMy' grooml ati.l l Ilt4 ri,l sii.ifl Tlu-y liretl at bunt I ii slitit ln!-i lit," vainp. So one Htt v,,in,,-il, I, ui Uie bullet tdefVvd luden IttrmijU 4 wnn-e f the hej; !'' bn uinl t n 1 1 e lu-t stravk tho in'fr t U-j.-ln- Iuhim Una r'1 bull lridk thi ii-tinw f hniwilntcnilciit !.,! , wbt tv n i Mutiavr t nnUll sUv The esl e,iiiHiiin .'( 11, U leu in til h.s-l Mt tii0 Mrlkt M, .t I V.ili tall tril'rd them li tep - lb iii-M U(k ttud U wk tin imo to kluHit nut, IH.i ktrtker mine r 1 1 Miidult kiid the giMi.hatuI iti-pni v hvltrt Vie ut vl 'f tli ntliiii liii in, mile nud f'MHid Hove "Ii.m 11 ri le bud revolver kheil. I he tiegi'iie teuiim dl i k ihi iuornfHg aitit Mjw I kumIhII kml IwtiuW intent i'lev tame tieiv to hal the county oiU-hi' otl. 1I.1 kUmt further pioteetlott of III irtfi-H- and uiUia K In - t'ie county dm Hot tui ttisU nutlU'lenk pruleeti n met the c-tale is not called upon for troops, rrandall will order 400 rifles and arm all his men and let them protect themselves. WAITE AS ARBITRATOR. Colorado' not'crnnr toSitlii Vine Own rrn Oiiii t at 'rlppla rnk. Dknvkk. t'ol., ,1uno 4 Governor Waite, who has been detained two days in his journey from Cripple Creek by railroad washouts, is expected to arrive at Colorado Springs or a con ference with the mine owners to-ilay. There is hardly a possibility of ' tho success of Ids mission us arbitrator. Jl has telegraphed Itrigudier General Jlrook to hold the national guard In readiness for a trip to Cripple ( reek. A grand jury Itives llirutioii of the trouble will be bigun next Friday and will be as thorough us possible, : ' ' ' Absolute quiet reigns throughout Cripple Creek at p:cscrit but the strikers have redoubled their vigil unco in guarding their stronghold on JlullJlill. STRIKERS SEIZE A TRAIN, ilUtoiirl Minor 0-roi r llrakciiu-ii OIUi-1-rn Kent In tint Ki-i-nii, fir. Johki'ii, Mo,, June 4. At Agency Ton!, this county, this morning, 100 striking miners bound from Leaven worth to llichmoml .seized a Santa Fe train ufter a tight with tho trainmen and were preparing to start with the stolen train, when lite conductor un coupled the engine und sturted back to St, Joseph, Sheriff Carson and a posse ac companied by a deputy L'nllcd States marshal started for Agency on a special train ut 10 o'clock. AN OHIO MOB STOPS TRAINS. t'iv Huiiilrxil Miner nt HrlitKrport l( Icrnilne'l to I'ritvent Cowl 1 1 u 11 1 1 n (f HliiliiiKPoiir, Ohio, June 4. A mob of fioo miners assembli)il here to-day armed with clubs and gnus and when a coal train was started for Cleveland on the Cleveland and Wheeling rail road, surrounded it and forced the crew to take it back to tho yards. ROBBED OF A FORTUNE. .11, I'. CIiiiiuihu ut Chicago f.onnpi Hi 1 4 T,- 000 Can-led in Ills Jim lluml. Chicago, June 4 M. i', Chapman of 417 West Vun Huron street, who wa to have been married last night to Mrs. Afury Jhirketl, and who left home during the day to draw Si, 000 from tlio bunk, disappeared yesterday. After the wedding guests had assem bled Mrs. Jiurkctt notified the police that her fiunee was missing, and that nsheha l 147.000 in checks and se curities sewed into his hat, she feared that he hud been robbed and mur dered. Chapman returned to his home to day ufter having, according to his Ktory, been drugged, robbed and left on the bank of tho Desplainc river near Lyons, twelve miles from Chica go, Ho bays he was met by three men while on his way down town, over powered and drugged and when he recovered consciousness, twelve hours later, he found that his 147,000 in certified checks with a considerable sum in cash had been taken. Daed und weak he wandered about In the durkness until he found himself in Lyons and later m'.ido his way to his upartinenls. thapmiin, who is C years old! was sandbagged und robbed several years ago, und as a result ho bocumo deaf. He Is a well Unown local speculator and originally came from Oswego, 111. His ceceulrlcitics have often caused comment. NO RELEASING THE WEALERS. I nllnil Mule DUlrii t tllorimy t'eury VVI1I rroinvutA All ShihIi-iV Men. 'i'oTUKA, Kan., June 4. United Stutes District Attorney 1'erry said last night that If General Sanders and his follow eominonwealers would eon sent they would be tried before Judge Thomas in Leavenworth next week, but should they stand on their rights and insist upon being tried at Wich ita, they would be held until Septem ber. Mr. Terry said that there was no doubt that an otVcnse against the law of ( lie government had been commit ted, and he proposed1 to push the case. THE MUSEUM DEDICATED. ('lih'Hffo' limit World' l'ulr Suc-enoi- 1 orimilly tilvvu to I lie I'lililio. Chicago, Juno 4. --The Field Colum bian museum, occupying the Art building at. the World's fair, was dedicated this afternoon. It is the largest In America and has been com pleted since the close of the exposi tion. The exercise were simple tnul Impressive. A I ly 11 111 il lluiiili In AlUutn. Atl.vr, Gu., June 4. A dynamite bomb was exploded ut midnight al most under the home of It C, Wu.ll, a railway engineer. The side of the house was shattered, but no one whs Injured. The IhmuU was thrown front the street and it is a question Us to which houv it vv lute iel.nl M wreck. Two viitiuir uiiiHsH-rs in the limine were stuuuc-l. 1i,ull.ii,n, , ,rl MchIdiI. NHV Votik Jttno I. II U l(.U of this cllv, editor of h otHdtil paper of t tie TnKi!nl.;iuqsn(iliiuy, suvHtat the receuUv pnblile l ,1 umI tics f 1,1111 bilene, Iv , -i 'i k' that tho eohmv liitih( il In nli4M"ii ovr mi it rb gstliill e.iii-l! ail I Oil' title to the laud and ban itlmtth'tit d the 1 tnqs tut in iltl. It iiit'iu. . e adds; ' t In-i-iluiU was neier more pnnpci'us than kt iivm ut. " Mill itll,tl tll i III.. I Mi'lM , Imv4 June I. K l, iMn-ttUl r.n, tin sirting, nrihed at Albiii esii-rday atleriio-m and millH'd Mill I :l ttf t-t II. k.,-tj-y (iirt.le SjH-ci Ut' ulletliisiu Had II fhl mid eiillet il,.i u re taken un "I'hutv lite ti bi-r ili rl ,tt Iti'l.t, ltf,UMi r II I'Snv't il fclduiir tu daif, Kiwii tmlil4, h'kxitiiHt, U, Juuii ,- lk!d. rich Ke,iMiiHiiit Man in jiiille,l ,f the i.iuiilef id liU , l If, J.disiiua Kens in a nu, by a jiov In th iiliiili.nl ismrt I'i'Uv, 'I he jury retired l 1 nVbtek. nd ri tnrnnd a verdict if not guilty ANTI-INCOME TAX PROTEST BUSINESS MEN OF NEW YORK HOLD A MEETINGS '1 t THE BILL VIGOROUSLY iiENOUHCED- Smmlor Hill Wrlt a stroni; I.i-ll-r ,V tfit limt tlio Menur TIik I'mmot- ! of tho Mnetliig DlnupiiolDleU In tho Small Atlrncl.uii-B, Only About 1,000 I'l-oplo lie) 11 c I'ronent !U-olutlon. - kw Youk, June 4. The business men's mooting in Carnegie Music hall last evening to protest against the in come tax feature of the proposed tariff bill was notable for tho character of the audience, number und enthusiasm of those who attended. The call was signed by nearly ,100 representatives of tho largest business Interests of the cit'. The platform was crowded with gentlemen influential In tho business walks of life. Preparations had been made to accommodate tho crowds that hud been expected, speakers hav ing been selected to address an over flow meeting should the hall prove of iiisufliclcnt capacity. It was something disappointing that the promoters waited for tho crowds to come, and the speaking, which was to begin at 8 o'clock, was delayed half tin hour. At that time the auditorium contained about 1,000 people. , Colonel William L, Strong, president of the Central National bank, called the meeting to order, and nominated for chairman, President Kvun Thomas, of tho Produce exchange, and for sec retary, Kdward O'Dwycr, of the Dem ocratic, club. Senator Hill wrote: '"I regret that nfllcial engagements will prevent ac ceptance of your courteous invitation to bo present at the meeting of the business men on Friday to protest against the incorporation of an in come tax- in the pending tariff bill. "I need lfnnlly assure yon that I am heartily In sympathy with the pur pose of" your meeting. An Income tax feature has no proper, legitimate place in a tariff reform bill. It en genders and embarrasses an honest, equitable revision of our tariff laws, which was expected, if not dcsired.by the citizens of all parties, "The unfortunate effort to incor porate it in the pending measure has delayed a .pi-cdy disposition of tlio tariff subject, and induced a surrender of nearly every correct and consistent principle upon which a tariff reform should bo based. 'It is clear that It would not be adopted by congress if senators would vote according to their own conscien tious convictions rather that in pursu ance 0 it dicker, and it contemptible compromise founded upon no princi ple, and tolerated only as a misera ble makeshift or excused only us a temporary expedient. "1 nm opposed to compromise where questions of essential principles aro involved. ' "It is immaterial whether this scheme is popular or unpopular; or whether it taxes the many for tho benefit of the few, or the few for tho benefit of the many, it is equally indefensible, vicious and unreason able. "Asa representative, a citizen and a partisian I have opposed this in come tax fully from tho start. I ant opposing it now and shall continue my opposition to the end. I remain your fellow citizen, David IltM." Speeches were also made by Presi dent Waldo Smith, of the Wholesale Grocers' association; Professor T. Lewis, In behalf of the Insurance com panies; Lewis Wliidmuller, of tho Reform club; Frederick Taylor, on be half of the bankers and brokers of Wall street; Lawyer Stern, John P. Townsend, of the Bowery Savings bank; Chairman Evan Thomas and others, all In a vein of earnest oppo sition to the income tax. In addition t'.i the resolution drawn up several days 1 ago memorializing congress against the income tax of the pend ing tariff bill, the following was adopted: "Kesolved, That we call upon oil the business associations and organiza tions of the several cities of the union to organize without delay, by muss meetings similar to our own, to voice the protest of tho commercial Interests affected so Injuriously by the proposed Income tax law." Secretary O'Dwycr said he hud lettr ami telegrams from business men and corporations all over the country, . AMENDING THEIR CHARTER. 1 Ut nt Alumni iimn l l'rHMtl for the farmer Alllanra. Wasiiixiito.v, June 4.--A list of the amendment to the charter of the National Farmers' Alliance and tn dusiHut union was tiled in the record er's oflh-e here yesterday. The amendment provide for a farmer'a rirhunge to prevent the prices of American grown cereals bciinr "die tated bv dealers at Liverpool, Lug laud," the formation of lire ami light ning insuraiu-e companies aiming inemlM'is of the alllauce, the rstl lUhmeitt of the uutioiil allisinc aid -f,,r 4-k Bud improvident member;'' a lif in-urftlice sneU-tv f-r the mi-ill-hers, and t de. iuy and means to protect and beuelit agricultural mi, I industrial rlawes. The Ht ws pre sented by Mill ion llullv ', t-halt'titau of the vci-nlhe committee, URtAK IN HIP HAP WORK. A ! lUSty I rl MM at fWlmi-Ml Hvuil, ShiIS ui SI. Jim-fa. Sv .Inn 111 M, Jane 4 There Is a break eijjhiy b et v!4 in the ilp rap otk ut II, hui'iit Itmd, oil the Mtie uiiii l river, jut U.ve tin t ', The titer is ri-iii mid mii ions ittutf w ill f.iU.m, Oi-iIIh l'lr,l I.mIIiv, !r, t-Mi tm M-k, ,ltim lr. J. S. thycttUtg, the V'lf f'H'Ker,. who rhh'd Um country with Unfits Wells t aig money onli-rn, pleaded guilty in tho iituuiisl ciiuit, and sen trim d t !hto and Hi tal( J oaf la i t'ciipetu sry, HviW:rtb for Till WlUTtt MtMlMI A LITTLE GIRL'S ESCAPE HOW SHE WAS BESOTTED IBOM A LIFE OF TOETUEE. Almost Beyond the Hope of IXeirov ery A Loving Father's Gratitude. (From the Kaiuan City, Mo., Journal.) Perhaps no dixcase with which a youag perion can bo allllcUd is so terri ble and blighting in its nature as a nervous disorder, which gradually saps the strength of its victim and haunts him or her da; and night. This was the melancholy prospect which confronted Mr. L. L Harbor's young daughter, of Edgerton, Kan., and the gratitude of her parents when a complete and lasting cure, was brought about may be imagined. Learning of the case, for it is one which has created a great deal of interest throughout the country, a Journal reporter sought Mr 1 Jar tor to get the full particulars in the belief that much good could be done other sufferers by the puoltcatlon of the facts of the case. The reporter found Mr. Harbor in his shop busily en gaged on a piece of work. He at once narrated briefly the particulars of the cure which bod boon effected in the case of his daughter. The facts are set forth in the following allldavlt which Mr Harbor voluntarily and cheerfully made: L. L. Barbor, being duly sworn, on oath deposes and says: jjjring the spring or the current year, 18U0, my daughter Bertie, aged 13 years, became afflicted with a nervous disease whUh grsw upon bet to such an extent that it seriously interfered with her studies, and aroused the gravest fears that it would develop into St Vi tus' dance, My daughter became so nervous that she would dron her knife and fork while eating, and wou'.d at limes oe seized with nervous twltchlngs which excited the alarm of mvself and wife. About this time my wife read In a newsDinerof a wonderful euro of the same disease effected by Dr. Williams' flnK nils for l'tde v eopie. no strongly was I impressed with the facts set forth in the testimonial that I wrote to ascer tain the authenticity of the case. lie- chiving a reply which completely satis fied rae, I sent for a box of the pills. "From the very first dose a marked improvement in my daughter's condi tion was not iced She had become tbln and excest-lvcly pale, as is commsn to sufferers f com nervous diseases, and her weight baa decreased to an alarming extent. After a careful and thorough trial of tna pills, she not only began to grow less nervous but also began to gain flesh, 'It is needless to say that I was both surprised and delighted with the won derful change brought about by the lirt box or the pills, bbo is a new girl, and all the symptoms of ber disease have disappeared. , Dr Williams' Pink Pills have certainly wrought a wonder ful and complete cure, and I can say nothing too good in their favor, ltut now f he is away on a visit, something she would not have thought of being able to do three months ago.- From be ing shrinking, morbid, and timid she has become a strong, healthy girl, with no appearance of ever having been af- nicted with any nervous trouoies. Tne pills have done wonders, and I take great pleasure in recommending the pills to all who are alllicted with a sim ilar disease. (Signed) L. L.BAKH0U" Subscribed and sworn to before me this l lth day of August, 189.1 skal W. 1 1. Kelly, Notary Public. Mrs. Barbor, who was present, cor dially assented to all that her husband said regarding the remarkable cure brought about by the pills, and declared that they owed their daughter's life to them. Dr. Williams' Fink Pills contain in a condensed form all the elements neces sary to give now life to the blood, and restore shattered nerves. They are an unfailing specific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the after effects of la grippe, palpitation of the hexrt, and that tired feoliDg resulting from ner vous prostration; all diseases resulting from vitiated humors in the blood, such as scrofula, chronic erysipelas, etc. They are also a specific f(r troubles pe culiar to females such as suppressions, irregularities, .and all forms of weak ness. In men they effect a radical cure in all cases arising from mental worry, overwork, or excesses of whatever ma ture. These Pills are manufactured by the Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y., and Brockvilln, Ont., and are sold only In boxes bearing the firm's trade-mark and wrapper at 50 cents a box, or six boxes (or 12.50, and are never sold in bulk or by the do.en or hundred. 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THE MINNEAPOLIS Traction Engine Ii,'t ik iii tui wK-rl-,aafrt U.iKr, ii lrat furl I lira luNivirit IkkI t .m'l W in MrticUr. With VUt'-rt H idrat..r, K U.ry Stf Ti.! ft, AtltouiritlO r a" ! I' tKKi r Altai timritl, tmt t.iiuUta ltin l Tlirvahlnif Miuiiim i v. tnW "ii'l H etiiuit unt til awfitr.liil tnit.il iil 10 ttt'tain itUHV'i'tl.ra Kmir, J-U, Wrlln fr caUloKtio, The Mpls-ThresMnstMacliine Co. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Manantr. Od'jt, 1001 O f, UNO il.N NKll MMMttHtftltMtMMMl p-i.p.A.iv.; I REGULATE THE : STOMACH, UVER AND BOWELS AND PUBIFY THE BLOOD. UITANa TABl'LEH arc tat htM M4U I kaaaa rr iMllgeetloa, Blllaaaawa, J tleadefe,C'aatlatlua,Ira9caia,Chral Mvcr Trouble VlularM. Ua4 OaaiBteilaa, Ufacatcrir, (llft-Mlia Hreuta. as nil UU- anlari af ihm aieatarh, LKcr and Uawcla. Rlpans Talmlr-a rnntain mrtUnK ininrtom to a the mint rlellcais euMiltutlon. Are ptaumnt Ut take, Mfii, frt'inal. anil glue ImneiliiUc n-lief. I'rina-HoxiiTlal l.'.-i.ieatai i'm-k(4U), I XT Iw ortlered tlir,4(ti nearnai itfiggui, z vr by mill, Hkuifiln frea by nuul. Ai'Cnwh T a THE RIPAN3 CHEMICAL CO., a J W il'RCCI! fTTiECT, KK lORK OITT. J UY' DIRIOT PROM FACTORY" BKST MIXED Paints. At WHOLEKAI.B PKICKH.DeUvared rrea. For Honrtea, liarna, BoofH, all colore, & SAVE Middlemen's protltn, la um M years, Ed darned by Urange A Farmera' Alliitaoe. Iov 8 rices will HururlKe you. Write for sample. . W. INGKKSOLL, 263 riymouta bt., lliook lyn, N. Y. Vorld s Fair High esUvards on our INC USA TOR and T?zZ&!i vivi i'viimwiv i mum kii. jj If r"Ulnlr.il tu I'otilrr, U 'I'.ftAf : ptf ""a t? anul i wni la fcatnpa Ur oar Ti !on i'ra)WT ulnar. AiilmM V, 4b LOCAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES. TAMOAID OIKT1U, TIM a. Arrlral and departure of trains carrjrtac aa sencers at Lincoln, Neb. Traits marks, Dally; t, Dally except Sunday; (Daily sxoai Monday; j, Dully except Saturdays , Sunday only; 1, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Baturdari oa Monday, Wednesday aad Vrlday 9 Burllscton Missouri Klrar. . a, a. . . Ticket efflcss at depot. Seventh aad T su; saal eoraer leath and 0 aita, Plattsmouth, to Ba. I Bend and Louisrill ( wanooana scnuyier.. Omaha and Chluaxa via Asblaod cut-OS.. Affhland, Omaha and Plailsmouth Crete, Hastings and Denver Lowell and Kearnev... St. Francis and Ober-1 lln ( Hoi volte a Chevenne.... "Burlington bpeclai" to Denver and coast Crete, Beatrlo and Wymore.j Washington and Con cordia Endkott aa Had Cloud. Dennet, Syracuse, Ne bronUa City and east Grand Inland UroUea Bow, Alliance, New can lie, Sheridan and Dead wood Seward. York, and Grand Island Atchison, Bt. Joe, Kansas City, Si Louis and south..,. Tecumseh and Table Rock Mllford, Davtd City, and Columbus , Leave. a. m. m ta m m tu rn. m. m. m. at. ra. tl9:t0 t iM r 1:00 a. 2:D0 10: 10 a, t 4:66 p. 12:20 p. tI2:20p. U:St. I Mf. 1:90 p. lt:Ms. t 8.35 p. tll:Mp.m. 11:68 p.m. 1 1:61 p. m. t 4;W a. la. 12:20p.m. t i:4Bp.m. 1:4) p.m. t10:00a.m. I l:p.m. t :40p.m. t T:15a.m. Arrira" t:lta.aa fli:Hl m ii Wi. av aiSp.aa t:Mp.B t:fra av f a av tl.tflD.aa. ; 7 M a. av t 7:40a. AV 1:40 p. av 10:00 a. a t 4:40 p. bv 4:4p.av. t4:40p.av 11:65 a. av iil9.a. IKp.av tl0:Oa.BV i p. a M0:S6f at. t 7:a0a.ra -rl:85a.BV jlO Mp ay Chicago, Book Island 4k raclflc. Passenger station eoraer O and Twentieth Slav City office, 1046 O Street. Cast express to Tope ka, Kaa. City, and all points in Kansas Oklahoma, and Tax as. West Local freight accom modation, east...... Local freight accom modation, went Flint exp for Omaha, IU U..IIT. Tl VflnAM St.Paul.C'hli!, a east ) f ast ex a to uenver, Col. Springs, Pueb lo and west Local pass for Omaha and Council Bluffs. Leave. I Arrive, 1 1:30a m, 13:p.m. tl2:38p.ta. 3 6 p.m. 4:03 b.bi. 10:11 p.m., 1 1111 pa. ttl:a.a. til Ma as. 4ilpsa. I 66 p.m. t rsoa.av Colon Paclfla Batlway. Depot earner O and Fourth street. City ticket office lOHOstMwt. Leave. Arrive. Omaha.Co. Blurt. Chi cko, vaney, east ;:mt, m. ana west Beairlce.Ulue Sprgs, Manhattan, eaal A west, Topeka, Kan- I 8: 00 a, aa. bus city, east, sutitn I Dsvld City BtromHbra! 1 8:00 n. m SlouxCiiy.Davldt lty ) ColumbUH. Denver, Salt Lake, Helena. - 1 10 p. u Ban Francisoo and Portland J Beatrice, Cortland, ... 7:i p. m. 1 7:W p. W 1 8:2!) p. 01 1 10; tO a. ID 4:10a. m. 1 1: SO a. m. Mlssonrl Paelflo Railway. Ticket offlcss at depot and corner of TwelM and O streeU. Leavo. Arrive Auburn and Nebraska I .U;50B.m 'IWia Cltv Rxprass f u.wip.ia. a w p. at. St. Ijuls day expioaa.. l:Mp.ta. I Nya. Auburn sud Nbraka I Cliy Kxprea P a.av. St. Louis night ep ... t Bp ta. at a ay rausont, Klkhnra A SIlaoarl Talley (uaicaoa a aoara wsarssa l.s) Depot corner eighth and S streets. City Tie tomes USIOatrast. rhlragoaml eaut...,. l-'reiii t Omaha, Slous lUtv.St I'aul.Duliith Miriliall.ia,l'ilar KatiiiKCUiilon, 1mi Mnlu I'lrtre.Aber daeu, Oakea Omaha ,,, Wahtx, Vrainenl, Nar lull. O Si-Ill, l.mtg iine Chailnm, ( as jwr Hut Sr t Hap 1,1 1'ltv, I i'l.M,.t . Kr iihii a. ,. mi iiat a, t'raaiutil lit iut tava. 4 ta I 45 p. at a I ata sa T m 1M at ni sua at, Arrtv,J ll:M.i II Ml II Ml : llSV Ma a, ttilia IIAIIVMT i:CVK9tlo.NA. Via tha MtiMuti P(i Rauta, On Ui n'luinl Tuesiia la IHeuiW 11, January, r'alirnarv. MaA-b. Anrll aiul ,May, J i. ihn .MUhmH I'ari-a lUiu will im'11 Hiuti.l lrli lit krU In all taiUms In Tiaa, wltli f.nai Umtt la r turn In Uilrt.v iUy from Uata of (!. hUi)r-oirt ar alMw4 In Arkamas, Ti tra sil OWiauvMU. aw Md. n tui Imitan Trrrllnry, tVnua a. tska a tilpl.Hha atutUt. 1'uiL tUMiti.H. U, I'. Jt T. A- l.H'UI street, Call io (Jim, Nattrtaait 1 Co, fni cartlagia, wapona, llnUara, ami all farm li)ilttieau. Wa'U jm rtifftl. t'aa KorlkwasUra llat U Cbliasd Uw raves, last r!ai. UUc 111 0 t .