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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
Augu3t 16, 1894 lit Bill PASS THAT'S THE WAY THE MATTER LOOKS NOW. DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CAUCUS CALLED The Nenate I ontert Hefused to Meet th Hmh :wf erree Hrnulor Hill's Keaotullml Sllll Pending A "ratt ing .'riitin of the 4'auesw hoiiHtur la an Amiable Mtat of Mind. Wahhi.iotojt, Aujj;. 13. The senate )ainl)ur wan Dm storm center of the tariff eon diet to-tlay, Kaifer crowds thronged the lobbies leading to the senate (ralli-ries early in the day and Ktrugled fur point of vantage for the eM'clfii debate on Henator Hill's resolution diretir(f the senate tariff con ferrees to report on tlie tit ration. The hpcctatoi'N, a well a senator, waited with evident impatience while the clerk read a loujr veto messag-e from the president on a bill retiring a naval oflk-er. An it proceeded the floor of the chamber rapidlv filled with members of the houne of repre tentative. Mr. ISurrows of Michigan took a sert near H -nator A Id rich, and Messrs. Tarsney, llynum and other DemcM-ratic members of the ways and mean committee were on tli Demo cratic side. Jt was noticeable, how ever, that none of the house con ferree were on the floor or in the gal leries. At 12:10 Henator Hill arose and asked that his resolution of yester day be considered. He gave way, however, to Henator ( handler who asked that the resolution for the in vestigation of the alleged irregulari ties in the recent Alabama election go over until next Monday. henator Hill presented an amend ment requesting the senate conferreea promptly at 10 o'clock this morning in the room of the senate com nltt.se on inter-state commerce and reiim ned there during the entire forenoon, but they waited in vain for' the senutd conferrees. They sent mesenrer to the capitol for the senator, bilt tin search proved unavailing. None of the senate member of the conference were at the capitol, or if they were they could not be found. That the lu use conferrees realize that the crisis has been rcache 1 is manifested by a call which emanated from no less a source- than fpeak r Crisp and th lion- con ferree. As soon as the house conferr-es returned from the morning meeting thev were closeted with Kpeak-r Crisp and Messrs. Catching and Dockery. Half an hour after the house met Spaaker Crisp's son appeared on the floor with a formal call for a caucus of the house of Democrats on the tariff bill at 10 o'clock .Monday morning. Th:? names of Speaker Crisp and Chairman Wilson were among the first signed, and the fin per was signed bv member regaru es of faction, as it was presented to them by voung Mr. Crisp. It is recalled that in his speech Speaker Crisp said that when th mat ter was resolved into a choice between the ''Senate bill" or no bill, the con fenees would call upon their col leagues for adv.Sct . .. I REPULSED THEY LOSE THE ENGAGEMENT AT WEI-HAl-WEl. ENCOUNTER BETWEEN THE FLEETS. The Japs Mad a Daring Attempt to Capture th Fort aad Artanal, Hat The? War Vigorously Attacked from th llesr sod Front by Chinese Gunner Pal Ueport Corrected. Shaxphai, Aug. 13. A dispatch re ceived here from Chee Foo says that the Japanese attacked Fort Hamilton (Fort Arthur) yesterday evening and were repulsed. A special dispatch from Chee Foo confirms the report that the Japanese fleet attacked the Chinese fleet at Wel-IIal-Wel yesterday morning and that the former vere repulsed at one entrance of the harbor and subse quently attacked at the other en trance. The dispatch says that the Japanese made a daring attempt to capture the forts and arsenal at Wei-Hal-Wei. The Japanese attacked In force, four cruiters and several to report the principal Item of dlsa- j fe' ,nor b tue ,,8c.t ih MJ grecinent, returning the bill to the aecretary of the senate for further action by the senate. He called for the yea and nays on the amendment Henator (J ray asked for an explana tion of the Amendment and Mr. Hill explained that it was to tlx the par liamentary status of the bill in case of a disagreement. Mr, Gray thought it would b,e time enough to consider this phase when the conierrees reiiorteu their it anility to agree. COMPLICATED RELATIONSHIP. Kugen Moperer tiring Mult Against If la Wife Who Is Also Ills Mother Jn-law. New Yon-, Aug. 13. Eugene Superer of Westfield, Mass., la his first wife's frm.ln.1 a ur ti(t fir statu n f. tn'm ftttfn father, his own son-ln-Iaw, also bis JS"81? bandin the advance. , a.win.iw hi. .,..nc.hn.ifhe..flr?t. h.ot? wer exchanged at dren's brother-in-law and the grand father of his own children. He is now auing his first wife for 120,000 for alienating the affections of his second wife, whole his first wife's daughter and his own stepdaughter. Mrs. Catherine Huperer, the defend ant, was deserted by her first hus band, Philip Honn, in 1808, leaving her with three children and a heart and forts kept up such a well directed yearning for love, hue met Eugene I flre that the Japanese wire unable Huperer and they were married in 'to enter the harbor. The Chinese 1878. Huperer's heart was too big to j torpedo boata were then ordered to be filled completely by love for Mrs. advance and when they did so the Superer, and her daughter by her first Japanese fleet receded, marriage captivated him. About this fhe same fleet of Japanese vessels time it was a merry nousenoia, rena- attacked the harbor entrance sraln later In the day. The result of this second attack was not known when the special dispatch was sent. London, Aug. 11. The Times yes terday published a dispatch from daylight, but the Chinese were on the alert and their gunners returned a vigorous fire from the forts. The Japanese apparently expected to take the Chinese by surprise while the latter' warships were away, the Chinese aquadron, with the exception of some small gunboats and a torpedo vessel having sailed the day before ior anotner port. Hut the gunboats Huperer bore three children to Mr. Huperer. Then Mr. Huperer discovered that her first husband was still living and, It is alleged, brought suit to have the Tien Tsin, China, stating that the re marriage annuieu, out it never came port that Viceroy hi Hucg Chang's to trial. Finally he ran awar with rank and privileges had been reduced Mrs. Huperer's daughter by this firstly the Imperial command was entirely marriage and went to Westfield, Mass. unfounded. The dispatch also states Mrs. Huperer followed and brought a that there was no truth in the rumor criminal action against him for his re-, fro, the same source that Gen Yel latlons with her daughter, but he de- tia.i Ln nn.wi i, He doubted that i yf 'k at Asam, and that it was untrue that the physical possession of the bill re mained in the senate. It was a mat ter of Joint conferreea to consider, lie believed that the house might yet deal with the bill and that the ques tion of tariff could not deperd upon mere manual possession. Henator Hill replied that the senate asked for the second conference, and Under parliamentary usage the bill - remained in its possession. "If I can be assured," he said, "that the bill will remain in the senate, I will with- drawthfs amendment." Mr. Frye said he understood that the bill was actually in the senate, to which Mr. Cockrell replied vehemifnt- A BOLD lv that ha iinilnrKt.uul Unit f lu. luitun ! .,. t.Un thu. I...,..,. ..,' ,Y.. I Wllllain Davis there. Mr, Frye said it might be true that the house conferreea had either prop erly or improperly secured possession Of the bill. "There seems to be so much doubt as to where the bill is," interjected Mr. Chandler, "that I suggest it may be found In the white bonne.'' "I will say to the senator from New Hampshire," answered Mr. Faulkner, "that although the 'tariff bill is not at the White house now it will be there very soon to receive the signa " tureof the president "bet me ask," said Mr. Chandler, "that as the bill is to go to the White house so soon, what will be its form?" "It will be in such form," replied Mr. Faulkner, "a a majority of the Democratic congressmen agree upon." Senator Turpie, Democrat of Indi ana, said he hud misgivings as to the source of the resolution. 'It comes from the senator from New York, who has publicly informed us that he it against this measure and has voted against it" Mr, Cockrell moved an executive aession and Mr. Hill demanded tie yeas and nays. Allen voted against the executive scHhion und Caffery for it. Mr. Harm announced that he would rote aye if not paired. The Demo crats generally voted Bye. The mo tion was evidently carried by one majorltv. before the vote was com pleted, out at this point Mr, Gordon announced a trauofer of his pair to been reall v married to her.as she had a the Chinese cruiser Kwang had been husband living at the time. The suit sunk. lrby. Mr. was dismissed and Huperer married the daughter Catiierine, Hhe bore him three children, who are thus not only the brothers and sisters but also the : cousins of the children by Mrs. Hup erer No. 1, besides being that unfor tunate lady's grandchildren. Last January Mrs. Huperer, having tired of Mr. Huperer, largely, it Is al leged, because that gentleman com bined much love with frequent chas tening, returned to her mother, Mrs. Huperer No. 1, and now the suit fol ROBBER. Uoiilil Slake Mucenaa In the Pulton Osns". New Yokk, Aug. 13. A small, dark I complexioned youn? man walked into Johnston & Co.'s jewelry store, Union square, last evening with a black traveling bag in his hand and went behind a case containing 8"i0,000 worth of jewelry. He opened the cane and without any apparent hurry or fright took out a tray of diamonds valued at 84,000, and emptied them into the bag. He then closed the case, picked up his bag and started to walk out with the same careless air that characterized his ac tions from the beginning. I Mr. Johnston says that ho saw the man when he opened the case, but his audacity struck him dumb for a moment. The clerks captured the fellow and handed him over to the police. He grave the name of William Davla. I AFTER PULLMAN'S CHARTER. The Illinois Attorney ienerl Hay That I'ullumn lias taurped Power of a City. Chicago, Aug. 13. The Pullman Palace Car company's charter is ap-! pareutly in peril. The attorney geu-j eral of Illinois at noon to-day filed a petition asking that the charter be cteolered void, on the grounds that its provisions haf been violated. The petition declares that the oom pany lias practically usurped the powers of a municipality, owning numerous business blocks, renldcnon!. sua factory iih, The Timet this morning, comment ing on these bogus reports as re viewed by its Tien Tsin dispatch.says: "All these disaster would probably have occurred in any well regulated war. Hut it is not quite certain at which end of the telegraph wire the war, as it ought to be, is carried on. Those who want to know what is really going on at the other end of it - 1 1 i t ... . i ae worm wouiu oo wen i.o exercise aome care in selectingthelrsources of Information." RIFLE FACTORV BURNED. of Th Vn timely Destruction of One China' War Implement Work. San Fkancisco, Aug. 13. The City of Peking brings the news of a great conflagration which almost amounted to a national misfortune. Just at this time when China needs all the im proved arms she can secure, it is very unfortunate that the new rifle factory and ateel and iron works established bv the viceroy, Chang Chi Tung, of Hu Kuang, should be destroyed by an incendiary fire. The loss will amount to 81,000,000. The incendiaries are thought to be coolies who had been rather severely punished by one of the officials in charge of tho works. At 4 o'clock in the morning the alarm of fire was raised and the first one on the spot found the building containing the rifle making machinery In a full blaze from one end to the other. The flames had such a hold that it was found impossible to enter the building and all efforts had to be confined to the saving of the forge and the adjacent buildings. The so escaped the flames but were thoroughly gutted. In the short space of four Hours the whole of the rifle factory was a heap of ruins. The corrugated iron roof was upheld by wooden sup ports, which aoon burned through and It camo down with a crash, burying the whole or the machinery. It is doubtful whether the viceroy will have the pluck to start to rebuild the factory. ... .nr.. . us.-- -a."Meneil his puu .0 1 ii,i,, .,!. ,, othur inanufttOtorlei. UIBIIM - V- -ww, : .-N 1 e l ieil his pu trl.WKeend voted aye. TU vote tie 3J to 3 and the vice pres to favor -was a blent cast the deciding vole of Mr. Cock re Us motion. The senate went iuto executive ses sion and at 8.13 ad journed until Mon day. The deeUiou of the senate to go Into executive ne union to-duv, pending the consideration of tbellilf resolution ami subsequent adjournment was due to th general belief on the pail of the Utmocratsof theseuata that the houe on Monday would take aetUm result ing lu an ueeep ih' of the kinue bill entire and without change of any UltiiL This belief was slreiigtheued by the ai-tioii of the s-uslt. In makina' a inotU u for eeull whIiib, I "was clttsett'd in the room of the u.t conusant" on appropriations With a few IK'iioh ratio leader of the e nste, and It Immediate! after the conference that fn-ustor Coekreli utred hJ tutive .-loit motion, When the atiiale adjourned th IV hum rath) senator were, a a rule, ia far belter pirll than Miey have been for week aiM (he "con muta tive'' senator and the ihoiuUt of the Buaav eoruiuittf isvr In an twelally amies ble (mite of uiiitd. The president and III tdrmer have l.u In Ire (ueiit eimilistioi, on the e situation 'I he piesldmit and rnr tarles Grethsm and arlule held a coiifi reure and ti.e seereUriM alta cobuH1 with the Interstate coin- tuerce eomittio'"r Invt'l llritualit Hrukan. MAUsiiAt.rowN, Iowa, Aug 11 -The drough which has been relieved be fore by three light khower since May 1 wa broken by a gotsi heavy rain last night. The storm ruuged aero the state from the south and was quite general in other dlreetlus. Iteame too lute, however, to material ly My the corn uroi hafutuvtl TtTtha tolil, Ntw Yotia, Aug, Judge Trwat of the supreme eurt has signed an order restoring Mr. Harriet Hubbard Avar to the xMlon of her property and buwiues. Mie wa found in ant lt March and eow mttUut to a ituilrium at tlronsvilte. Her Uliud hs been restored. H II ballkaw Hdff 0ah, Nk, Aug, II -Thebodyol I. D. Matthew, a liav. l n salesman. for ewtl linn of thl ell), ha bn identiffvd bv tluf mill in the debris of to H'H'U tslsnd wreeta ur I.tneoln, It ws the only body nnoUiiuvd by outer. Matthews' fimdy live at hterbttg, hu. KT.ta TmtT iTTTrH Hue. Cow, Aug, ntho prince of Wales vlitd the United eruiser I bieaito ,tt-dsy. He wa re eelred with a ryal mIuI and tha erew of the Ameriesn warship uisnued AofTrl'PEOPLE ELOPE. A Wealthr lowaw " With a pier Man' wire. WATxarow.i. 8. D., Aug. 13. Mr. Prank J. Corv. wife of the editor and oueofthe publis'uersof Pnbllo Opla- ion, a daily paper publisite i nere, eloiHsd with T. - Hen'ler, a wealth) elevator mn of Hpeucer, Iowa. Mr. and Mr. Cory have one child ana .Mr, lleiider has deserted a who ami mui Uy at Him uoer. Mr, Itender ia one of the wealthiest men In Central Iowa, and Mr. Cory l a leading newspaper man. of Houttt yaioi THE COXEY. ARMY ROUTED. Th OU- Ttran of Many a Tramp ported by Wllltla. WASHiraTOi, Aug 13. The assem blage of Coxeyites, Galvinites and so called industrials, who have been camping at Eosslyn, were driven from the soil of Virginia shortly before daybreak this morning bv the militia of that state. The raid was made without the least resistance from the armies. The house, which had been erected from boughs- of trees, straw, hay and other materials, was burned. This morning the wal ks of th aque duct bridge, which joins the outskirts of Washington with the state of Vir ginia, was lined with ragged and hungry Coxeyites, watching their only property go up in smoke. They had been forced upon the bridge, bat there the authority of the militia ended, and the "industrials" knew it. They feared to enter the District of Columbia, as they believed arrests at vagrants awaited them, and they are waiting for something to turn up. Many complaints have been sent to Governor O'r'arrell within the past week or ten days of the growing nuis ance at Kosslyn, for which there seemed to be no remedy. After ma ture deliberation and consultation Governor O'Farrell decided to act. The strictest secrecy was observed in order to keep the Washington au thorities in ignorance of what was geing on. The governor detailed three companies of the First Virginia regiment at Richmond and the Alex andria light infantry, under command of Adjutant General Anderson, to drive out the "industrials." The troops started at midnight and reached Kosslyn at 3 a. m. where they camped awaiting daybreak before the raid should be made. The industrials were aware of the coming of the militia, for shortly before midnight the word was passed around that they were to be routed from their camp. Heveral reconnoltering parties were sent out, but it was impossible for them to gather any definite informa tion. They uttered some threats, saying that they would break the beads of any one who would attempt to enter the camp, The improvised huts were crowded with sleepers at 11 p. m., and scores of men were lying about the fires on the ground, some with pieces of blankets and bits of rugs over them and some shivering in the cold without anything but their meager clothiug. Heveral complained of sickness, but a few suffering from malaria. Just at dawn the militia appeared and marched to the aqueduct bridge. General Anderson and his olllcers then went to the leaders of the in dustrials and told them in plain but courteous language that they must leave the state immediately after breakfast. Home of the California men said they wished a show of force before they stirred., Promptly at 6 o'clock a company of the militiamen were marched down the steep slope, to the banks of the river where the Coxeyites had made their homes. Gen eral Anderson said: "Here is your show of force; now you must go." Not a murmur or grumble was heard. The men packed up their little be longings and marched from their hur riedly constructed tents up the bunks and onto the aqueduct bridge. It was said that there was between 800 and 400 men in camp when the raid occurred. Three men were too sick to be forced and were allowed to remain in camp. General Anderson sent the surgeon of the militia to give them medical assistance and they were removed to hospital to-day. Hoon after coming down to his oflicf Major Moore, tho superintendent o police, went to the oltiee of the dis trict commissioners and had a confer ence with them with a view of getting the coinmonwealcrs out of the district It was decided that the poliee should take charge of the industrials and es cort them to some suitable place, most probably Georgetown, until arrange meats can be made for shipping them to the West. This, it is believed, can be accom plished in three or four days, as the commissioners have some funds at their disposal and will receive some assistance from citizens who wish to rid Washington of the so-called army of the unemployed. The district authorities are not a little vexed at the summary action of Govornor O'Ferral in foroing the in dustrials from Virginia soil, as during1 the past few days satisfactory pro f ress in having tho men returned to he West has been made. The indus trials are still on the aqueduot bridge, uncertain of what will be their next experience. to 1 tj The how tarllf cvufrt gatti4 J th ) r U In h h oior miic ru nryt WAitusoiro. Aug U.Th rre bv th Chicago authorities nf JameS K. titration, the ev t'olorado eonvl ha elided a long search mad by ot ante liietor. and U a souree great MfaetUa to the deparlme ometal. Mralton U known to tin lnpeH fore a one of th tuot oigero tnd dprl r rlaMiiaU in the eou try, and I credited Willi Wing AH eompUshad naeksioau, a p' rlimVor, letter robtwr, U rger ! round thief. A CHIL-J WIFE. A Widower Mrrl the Girl Who Kept y tlouae for lllm. Cartiiaok, Mo., Aug. 13. In this 61ty inst evening M. 1. Muita.aged 34, and Maggie li. Wilson, agad 13, were lloened to marry; The girl, being an orphau and under age, J, V, Yantsey wa ap pointed her guardian, and gave con sent to the marriage in order that the license might bo legally Usued. The contracting parties cotna from Uecd, a small town east of here. Un It h a wife died a few month ago, aul the girl, who hud been taken fronthe poor house by them, kept hnus for him, ami he resolvod to narrher, lie ft.Yt he Will educate her an.t ive hervrxvftJvnlairt he etui af. small for her Nerve Tonic Blood Builder AH. i.; Vs. I rke n4fnr tescrtptlve pamphlet. Dr. WILLIAMS' liEDICHfE CO., Schenectady, K.Y, BrockTllle.Ot. 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Holding, city ticket sgent, 117 houth lu;h tirwt, or dupot iornr H ana sih ttrvel, for rtluular, H. A. Mr, iieneral Ageut, ;ma ae4 l, Mllm !) rm. 'Minmiuu Pol it I lr tb. a Tmirl' lltey-rv Thutl , 1'UiOilo ami vis hu Jusvium, ar l lhri tstiMiiiHita I', trsla Nit. 13 that taital ..r a. H A N t.'ala .-arrt' ls Kn.a LMl arrive Wr loin,' Tourist ' ft !' IS,. .lai m via Uh,,..' .ii. si. '"th Alitfu. t.. Is... ai.,la. S-hl, and u.a mt ovor .a vrei oa hi- . At4 itllUn to fnhl MMiMa4sMMiM RIPANS TABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. KIPAXS TABl l.ES ara tk beat Meal lae kaowa for ladleattoa, BlUeaaaeae, Hcadarbe, C'oa.Opatlua, ltyaaceata, Cbraala llrrr Traablea, UUxlana, Hat faaiplrilaa, HrseaUrjr, Otfeartt Breath, a4 all tie. rdera mt lha Slaaeb, Uer aad Bewcla. ?lpaiu Tabalna contain nothlncr lnjurlra to ' (a:t iklicnui ruuututluu. Are pleawmt to J", eifei'iiial, ami (five iminollau- rullef . Frlne- rial ,). 7HoentHii'a-kaeH Soxes), Jlay Mt (inlnrcd throiiKb DiartMt (iruKiciai r by null. Hunple trim by wall. AMr THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., 10 SPBCCE 8TRECT, NIC YORK TTY r t Mlalil'a Toul,la Autlna i Kicl.wir Hurar- I inu OuUita Dravant iamt biuou a normw i fruit. Iiwura a baarv Mil of all Knilt ini VticHtahi eropa. Ttioua? aoJiiln uh Hand tela for '""i oaulwu aod loll treetiat I oo sprajrin. Circular,, . ' rVM.STAHL,QuineyM( 0 trrri UY"OIRIOT PROM PAOTORY" T MIXED Paints. At WHOLESALE PBICE8, DUvr4 Free. For Houses, Barn, Roofs, all colors, SAVE Middlemen' profits. In us II years. En. darsed by Orange A Farmers' Alliance. Low prices will surprise you. Writ for sample. O. W. INUERSOLL, tu Plymouth St., Brook lyn, N. Y. LOCAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES. t ajtbab aaavaaa ms Arrival a4 Aepartur f tratas earrrlaf Mf urs at mbooui, no. Trans arses , Dsllfi t, Dslly eioett Suaday; tDallr exoepl Headsri I, Dally xcpt Saturday I L H4aM enll 1, T udayt, Ttaursdayt aal tiusyt a f, Mraday, Wsdaesday aad FruUf v r lla (tea a) Mlaer1 Blv. o , a. a a. a. a. Ticket ees at depot, Seven sad 9 stat'aa mavTMtk aad 0 Sta. riatUBunrtk., vta 1. I Bead and LeulavlTl Wshooaad ftobuvler... Omaha end Chloaf via Ashland out-otf. , Ashland, Omsbe aad I'lattsmoutb , Crete, UsaUnft aai TV..... WU . . ...... Lewell sad Kearney. . . . v. rsacia aaa Uber-1 lie f Holvok A Cbevenne... . "Burllnttoa bpeulsl" t beaver and oest Crete, Bestrie asd Wymor Wsblnta aad Cos- cordla ........ End Icon . aa Rd Cloud. Bennet. Syrscu, N braksultjrsnd ast Ornd laland Brouea Bow, Alliance, Nw- csatle. Sbeildaa snd Dead eood Seward. York, aad Orsad Uland AtcnlaoB, bt Jo, Ksnss Ctiy, Mk Louis snd aeuta.... Tecumfob aad TbU Rock.,, MUford, Dsvtd 6ty, snd Columbus Lv. ttSilS-m lra tlO:IO,m t 4:6ft p. m lt:SPp.m tU;20 p. m U:t4. m. I WP - tr m 11:61 .m t p. B 111 :U p.m. ni:Mp a. t 1:M. av tittksv UWp.SS. t :4p.Si. IMp.m. t 00S B I Sftp m. t f:40p m. t T:l6s m. Arriv k littaa Ull:Ma . ll:MS. T :o a t:4$ a as It 1:40 as fT:Ma.sa t 7:. m hl:0p 10:00. It i AOp. jt 4:41 p. m t i Up m 1-1 f . EJI iio!ap I.Mp.as tlSMs.s. Ma. tlO Stp t r.soa.av tu . IO:Mg,y Chlcaf o, Book Islaad d) Paolflo. PMMBf tr tisttoa aorner 0 nd Tweatltk Be City offlo, 1046 0 Street Arrive.". fast xprss v Top ks, Ka. City, and 11 point In Ksnaee Oklaboms, snd Tea ks Wed Lockl frnlfht scoosv modstlon, esit Local freight accom modation, wet Fast eip for Orashs, Co. BullT, D.MolnM St.Paul.Chlo. east Fast ex p to Denrer, Col. Sprlsgs, Pueb lo snd wet Local pat tor Omaha snd Council Bluffs. LBV. tISSsm tl3p.m tii:p.m, l:6i.SS. I 4:01 p.. tl:Ilp.m, tkt:llp m tll:l asm til SSS.Sk 4pak I Hp s t l:Ma.ak CTbIob Paoia Railway. Dpt eorner O aad Fourth street. City (lakes office 1044 0 street. t. Arrtv. Omaha.Co. BIuIIm, Chi cafe-o, vauey, east and west Ileairlce.Ulue Sprgn, maunaitttn, enwi a WHi,To(M)ka, Kan sas Ctv. east, south David City Stromuurgl Biouxuoy.uaviacity l uoiuiubUM, Denver, Knit Lake, Helena, Han Francisco and j Portland 1 Beatrice, Cortland .... 1 8 20 a. m. 1 8:00 a. tu, t 0:00 p. m 1:10 p.m. 7:30 p. ru. t7:30p.m t 8:25 p. a f 10:40. to 4:10p. m. t 9 to a. m. Missouri Pacta Railway, Ticket office at depot and oernar ef TwiN sd u l reat. Auburn ad Nebraak I fit v Kturea ....... I Rl Louis d ei press.. Auburn end Nebrask I t'lir rJiprea I St Loul Blghl ip . . . 11:60 pat II Mp at t ap t Hp Arrlv" ! iw p.i r in i r I IS a i rsmont, Elkkora di Hbuirl fallep foaia.aa A Basra. sutii. lihi I Depot cernar Kluhik nd sraa. City Tte at ttffl.-a 1 1 .CI i alrt. Lea?. Arrive. " Chtikgo and al..,., r ran, un.sh moii t llv SI Paul Duiuik Maralillin Cedar i(iiKi.riiiiio te M,iln l,lrr.Ab Us'u, Owka Oiuah., Wahee FrwBl. Ner link. O Nelll. ..i. mii Chailrv. I k uer Hut lr I Rap I I I Ur, iNiadeaM , . r.a.oul 41 a. ' ., fr-lsB ,,,,, , I ap m t p m f sta as i p " Ml m. U Mp i HHM M ea, r lllp 1 1 at a Via tit Missouri Paciftt Rout. I In li iiuil Totiaila la iKmemlair tati'l l.nu.,1' kVlivnart;. tarnh. Atiill anU May, li. t Miaeourt iVIflo fLnite wilt oil room! lrl ttckeU to all station In Teia. with final limit ta f tirii la thirty lay frtott da to of ! HUiriiver are atlowtnl la Arknia. Tesaa UklaHoina, New MttHi ami latllaa Territory. Omu ami take Uluto the Hith, I'lilL DiKtj a T A, ti irM. MlllMtU. rr4 f !, ft! riM. Aue tvut a nM a I ;t ttrai truui Use Northwelra line am rata. Kat train. I HI t Chios tm lib 0