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THE OMAHA. DAILY BEE , MONDAY. FEBRUARY 22 , 1880.
STRICTLY PURE. tr COHTAIIV.S wo OPIUM IN AST IN THREE SIZE BOTTLES. PRIDE 25 CENTS , 50 CENTS , AHD $1 PER BOTTLE fj ) K.CEN I DOTTLEs nro put up for tlio n < ii J > cniitmodfUlonor nil who doslro n goo and low prlcpd Coue ; ! . , Gold and GroupRemsdy lllOiE IIF.HMIlNd A IIKHKDY FOIl CONSUMPTION AN * LUNG DISEASE. Should secure tlio larito $1 bottle * . Direction accompntiylnK onoh uottlo. Sold by all Modiciuo Doalors. OS ? Bf. Cfinrlo Nt.St. I.otMs.No. A Twin irsfatu of two Holiest C lt f i , bsi > > n tonrtr flratil In thf ipc-iit tmtnuBt e-f Ctoiie. HiBtoL'i , BUM and IIUMB l > i .i ti > bininr o'h rrhjiloliDInBl.Louli , tl ttlf r rr > ibowfcndff lloldr ila > nUk&ow > Nervous Prostration , Debility , Menial anil Physical Weakness ; Mercurial and other Alice- ilons cl Throat , Sklnor Bones , Dlood Poisoning , old Sores and Ulcers , r troini with tmr > r > iici t SUCCMI , en liteit i.I'Mlae prlnelrlc * . Strtlr , rjltntftf. Dlsoascs Arising from Indiscretion , Excess , Exposure or Indulnonco , vbicii [ nxinet , < m * or tb < ftlllnlri ( Dectil nrriouirjcii , dclllll ; , dlmnm or ilthl > frrilonlotb < meltlrot rtmalti , eonruiloi oMdtsi , elo. , rendering Tilarrlng-c Improper or unlmppy , iu crnnsocntl/tnre.l. I'RmphlctlSt r E ) oo tb nbor , s nt Initslod toTelope , freotonny niUre.i. Coniult tlonat of fice r t ; ntll rre .Invited and itrletlr etnaJenlUI. A Poslllvo Written Gunranlco siren 'n crerres. tttloeuc. UedleluiseuteiierjvtlKiebjiniillari GUIDE , 300 PA' > ES , yiN-U PLATEO , cl'ltat cloth &n.l Rill llndfii.BMle < lf rftao. In j > * rt r orujrr ney. < r Bfly Yonilerru. pcnp.eturn , truatc llfot trti-usontljo folio * lac mt > ei i who w r mtrry. rha i , why i mtiihool , wocmn. ) ted , pbva.enl drear.oC eU uic lt.j anrluxeeas.tti ) i > h./i. lotorj orivpriJduetfott , ami nmnr tno.e. 'Ihoco lairilM ct coiiumt'limrM nmrrlac * l uia itnd It , l'-trur cilltlon lima , p u er cr 33n. Atdri" * t * > r * " * r-Mi * Wlioso VITALITY Is f-illInR. Prnln l IIAINiiinnj : ) r.\IIAU 'ii ) or rower I'KI.'JIVl tIKiiWAtir : - " " ' PJIrnn Artopt iViSlf > irneirriir liiah : > nnilliclnfrr inerMjfutljr lutrwluci-d lioin. AllwcaUonliiR drains prompllr rhockcn. TilKAlJtjf : cMmr news- pntjrrnniliniilca.lcnJorFcrnonUAiT : , FitKI ! Cnn tiltft linn folUeeot'hY mall ) with six cnilt.unt doctors t'ltl rj. CIUIALE AUENCY. Ho. 174 Fulton Street. New York Cure without mcdl- A POSITIVE cliio. Patented Octo- ber 10.1870. One box 111 euro the most obtlnato ca o In four days or less. I 100 luo Np nauseous ilo , " ) of ciibobs , copaiba or oil of unndahvood that lire certain to produce ilyspoii * Bin by doxtiovlnif thu roiitlnv * of the stomnuli , 1'rlco Sl.fiO. Sold by nil ilrtigirlsts or mailed on receipt of prlco. For further particulars gout forelrculnr. V. O. Hex 15.H. 3T. c. jf XjXj . r -CURE. iuJohndl.Now , York. > EPITHELIOM A ! OK SKIN CANCEH. For seven vcnrs 1 BiilTered with n caneor on my fuco. IklKlil mouths nitu n friend re commended the use ot Swill's Spccltlo and I do- let inland to mtiko an nllort to sreuio It , In thH 1 wiih MivciBilulnmt bptrnn HH use. The Inlln- once of tlio nifdlclno nt Ibpt HIIS to Romuwhnt iiKKi'iivnte thu 'oro : but FOOM thu Inlhinmtlon was iillnyod mid 1 bcgrim to improve niter thu Jlrst row bottles , ily ircneriil health bus trciitly Improved. 1 inn ptroiiKHr , mid able to do any kind of ttork. The cnncor on my fm-o bojrnn to decrease nnd tlio ukor to lire ] , until there Is not nvostljfo of It lelt only iillttlu four murks the nliic-i * . M us. J o i < : i e A McUosAtu. Atlanta , Qa. , August II , 1H . J Imvohnd a caucor on my face for sonio ytnrt ) , extending Irom ( inn cheek bono ncioss tlio nose to the other. It hnsKlvon mu'n Kreiit dciil of palnut times buriihiK nnd itchini ; to oncb un extent Unit It wiis utmost unbearable. I t c-omniiMicpd iislnir Swift's Bpecltlo In Jluy , JbS5 , nnd huvo used ulfflit bottle * . It lias clvcti thu irroatcal icllef by removing the Intliimatlon nnd y gonnrnl health. W. Kuoxvlllo , lown , Sept 8 , 1835 Treatise on blood and Hkln dls < Tree. The Swift Specific Co. , Drawer 3 Atlanta , On N. Y'.IW W.iadhtrcot. A HNB LINE Of -AT- WGQDBRIDGE BROS MUSIC HOU OMA1LA. NEI5KASKA. Or tlio Liquor Jlublt , Vonltivoly C'urcil by AiImlnNlcrliij ; Dr. linings' iloldtni Nu > clllc. It can LioKlvon Inn cup ul colfeo or ten without the kiinnledKoof the person Inking It.Uutsoluicly littrmlcii , nnd "III cllVct n inrmnnent nnd speedy cure , uhi'tlm iiio p.tttcnt ls moderate drinker or tu nlcutiulli ] wrrck. It Imi hocn given 111 Uiou- n ndj iif nxsos , nmt In every Intlnnce n | > ei feel cure hmloltoneJ. It IIOTBP ( nil * . Tlio systemonco Impregnated wllh tbii Speclllc , It becomes > n uttci Imposallilllty ( or the Idmor nppetlto tu oilst. roil SALE nv roiiowjNo DituuaisTs- KHUN & CO. , Cur. 13th nnd UctiKlax , nnil ISlh & Cumins Su. , Diiiutia , Nrb.l A. D. nm'iit : & 111:0. . Council ItlufT * , lown , Call or write fnr pamphlet rontulnlne hundred ! r ! t'llmnnfnli Iromthtibotuimen and uieulroiu fit I'Mtsnt llio country. Do you irnnt a pure , blooui- Ing Complexion i JF so , a fovr Jinplfealions of Jlagau's MAOSOIJAIJA131 will grafc- ity you 1o your licarL's con- lout. It , does mvny witli Sal- lowucss , Itodnoss , IMiuploa , IHok'Jic.s , and nil diseases and iiniieril'clioiis of Iho sklu. It overcomes the Unshod appear * nnco of lioat , i'atlyuo nnd ox- citoment. Itmakc.saladyof THIHTY appear liui T WJ3N- Tir ; and RO natural , gradual , nnd perfect nro its oll'octs. that u , is impossible to detect its n WHIFFS FROM THE WHIRL Brief Items of Omaha Social Life Daring the Past Week , The Charity Ball Thn Pnxton Hcccp- tton n Itrllllnnt Affair tnttcrs 1'crsonnl a nil Oencrnl. Barringonoor two notable oronts.such as tlio Paxton reception , the past weckhas witnessed no remarkable social movements , The events of the next seven days , however , promise to make up for any dullness of the past sev en. And , indeed , from now on to Lent a lively time may bo looked for , if j > nuilti- piclty of balls , masquerades , private par ties , etc.etc.can furnish a realization of such anticipations. The great , eagerly anticipated , long talked of charity ball will occur next Tuesday night , and to borrow the words of a circus poster , will positively furnish the grandest , most brilliant sight over witnessed in Omaha. All ariangcmunts are now completed for the event , and it is believed that those arrangements are so perfect that everything will pass off smoothly. Those who are in a position to know estimate that at least 1,000 cou ples will participate in the dance. Mrs. E. Moronoygavo an elegant lunch to some of her lady friends on Wednes day , from 'J to 5 o'clock , p. in. Among those present were noticed Mrs. Gon. Wawkins , Mrs. S. P. Morse , Mrs. Ames , Mrs. John Heath , Mrs. P. E. Ilor. Mrs. Dr Jensen , Mis.s L. B. Loomis , Mrs. McMillan , Mrs. A D. Morso. The plate cards were plain square , tied with deli cate bows of yellow ribbon. The flowers used on the table and in decorating were vellow and white , and were specially ordered from Chicago. The dining-room was profusely trimmed with choice flowers and smilax. The graceful hostess received her guests In anandsome dress of yellow and brown cut plush. The thirty-first program of the Ladies musical society , was rendered Wednes day afternoon , and was fully equal to any of its predecessors in point of artistic ex cellence. Hereafter a subscription admission - mission to these musicals will bo charged. Misses Poppleton , Hustin and Henry , and Mrs. Hitchcock , Dillraiice and Squires , were appointed a committee to secure subscriptions. Miss Belle Atkinson has returned from a two-months' visit in Iho south. MissC. M. Woodward , after a pleasant visit in Omaha , loft for her homo in Beatrice last week. Mrs. Col. Ilonry has returned from a visit in Now York. The long talked of wedding of Mr. N. B. Falconer to Miss Nellio" Leach , oc curred Thursday afternoon , Rev. W. E. Copeland performing the ceremony. Only a few invited guests were present The bride was attired in a stylish blue traveling dress , part of a splendid trous- eau. Mr. and Mrs , Falconer will tour in the east and in Cuba , returning to Omaha in about six weeks. The opening of the exposition building on Thursday evening drew out one of the largest assemblages of the kind ever scon in Omaha. Of course , handsome toilets , or anything of that sort , were not on ex hibition , for every body was there to en joy a good time without attempting for mality. The feature of the musical pro- gramme was the delightful solo b.y Mrs. Martin Calm , who gamed a place'in the hi'arts of the music-loving people of Omaha at one bound. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Young entertained a number of their friends , principally members of the North Omaha. Young People's Social Union , Thursday night. The third private masquerade party of C. C. Fields took place Tuesday night at Masonic hall , and furnished thorough en joy incut to all present. About fifty couples en masque , attended. The Y. M. C. A. received about 170 of their friends at their monthly socialTucs- day night. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Atkinson are en tertaining their daughter , Mrs. Myrtle Steele , of Beatrice. D. C. Adams has relumed from Iho Pa cific coast. Dr. Doty , ot Rochester , N. Y. , is the guest of Dean Millspar.gh. Mrs. Howard B. Smith gave a largo re ception Thursday afternoon to her sister- in-law , Mrs. James McKoll , of Burling ton , Iowa , who is visiting hero. Mis.s Irene Fraco was tendered a pleas ant surprise party at her homo on Cu- ming street , last Monday night. Cards , music and games contubutod to the en tertainment of the guests. Mrs. Ramsey gave a quite unique progressive euchre party at her roMilenco Tuesday eve ning. Boutonniers were distributed to the gentlemen and beautiful sachet bags , made of quaint Japanese napkins trimmed with bright colored paper llowers to the ladies. The players were Mr. and Mrs , Gal loway , Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Morse , Mr. and Mrs. Carrier , Mr. and Mrs.Thos. A. Croigh , Mr. and Mrs. Garneau , Miss Carr , Air. James Garnoau , Mrs. Millanl , Miss Mary Millard , Miss Jessie Millanl. Miss Rose , Miss Carrier , Miss Jtustin and Miss Skinner , Mr. Mogquior , Mr , Will Hamilton , Mr. Frank Hamilton , Mr. Melius , Mr. Monroe , Mr. White , Mr. Drake. The first prize , an expensive Japanese fan , was taken by Mrs. Car rier. Miss Carrie Millard receiving a work basket as second prizo. Mr. Rich ard Carrier won the paper knife award ed to the best player among the gentle men , and Mr Patrick received the sec ond. A htnll'ed owl was the booby prize , which Mr. Melius took. Miss Riistln gave a progressive euchre parly , Thursday , to Miss SKinner , of Hoi- yoke , Mass , who Is her guest. One of the pleasant social events of I ho week was iho reception given on Fri day evening by Miss McCormick at her homo on Capitol avcntio and Eighteenth htreots , Which was atlondctt by a large number of her friends. Irvine's orches tra furnished musio for dancing and the canvassed parlors echoed to tripping feet until the approach of midnight. Invitations are out for a Masonic party to be given under the auspices of Vesta Chapter , No. C , O. E. S. , nt Masonic- hall , Friday wiling , Feb. 20 , 1880. It will bo exclusively a Masonlo atl'alr , and none but members of thu Masonic fraioruity and their ladies will bo admitted , The notable event of tlio week was _ the reception of Mr. and Mrs , Pa\ton , given on Wednesday evening to n largo num ber of their friends , at the Paxton hotel , Every detail of the affair was perfect , and all who attended enjoyed themselves to the utmost , Mrs. Paxton was assisted m receiving by the Misses Sharpe , stand ing in the large parlors on the second floor , While the guests were arriving , nn orchestra in the alcove rendered de lightful musio. The decorations , both in the parlors and dining room , were pretty and unique , The guests n umbered nearly one hundred and fifty. The toilets were many of them very hand some. Among those noted were ; Mrs. Pax tun dark red satin and velvet dress , en train , ttlmmed with geld i < a.sa- uientcrlo point lace , diamonds. Airs. Pntcliott , pay silk , en train , coai- blncd with brocailo velvet , diamonds. Mrs. Dluibowur , roso-colouM.silk with front of silver and rep brocade , and garnitures of lace , diamonds. Mis. Lowls Itectl , yellow molro with drape- Has nt colfue-coloreil lace , diamonds. Miss ( iraoo Ulmiuburs , white lariat in diess , Eleoveless i-ors-i o , neails anil t > nimK | iow- ili'icil hatr , MUs llnnsruinliito biocnde § atln with' lace. Mrs. Clarki reeopllon dress of slate colored S'lk trimmed with heavy embroidery and gold ttiKsnmontcrlc , diamonds. Mrs. J. K. Boyd. black gros Brain , en train , with front and trimmings of cut jot , ilia- iDomtsnnd yellow ro c . Miss Ijani * , white silk with pc.ul passamcn- tcrlo trlmmlns. Mrs. Mctcnlf , cream satin and point ap plique , the skirt anil corsage garnltuieit with natural ( lowers , diamonds. Airs. Cornish , a black satin on train , with Irrlilcscent jetted lace over cream satin , bou quet of roscuiuls , and diamond * . Mrs. Carter , blue satin with pink stitln front under duchesso lace lloiincrs , square coraitro finished with pearls , natural llowers , and diamonds. Mrs. Kitchen , black silk velvet trimmed with jet diamond.s Mrs. Dr. Lee , black satin duchcsso , square anil sleeveless corsage , red roses , diamonds. Mrs. Colpetzer , blue satin and lace , din- ninnils. Mrs. Dr. .loncs , white silk and lace with long train , diamonds. Mis. Sharp , white silk , natural flowers. Mrs. W. V. Morse , wine velvet with lace. Miss Wakeloy , pink dress with white lace sleeveless cor.nm * . Miss Shears , ilellrato blue satin with front of moire In blue and white strlnc.s , claboiato pearl trimmings , sleeveless coraagc , and tan gloves. Miss Doane. a flowered silk of cardinal roses on a white ground with front and trim mings of daik red velvet , diamonds. Mrs. Chambers , blue anil gray rep en train , with front of plain blue mixed with gray satin pleallncs anil trimmed with steel pas- samcntcrle , diamonds , hair pompadour anil powileicd. Mrs. Den Gallagher , salmon silk with lace , and diamond ornaments. Mrs. Dr. MerciT , combination of .slate and wine vrlvet , point lace and diamonds. Mrs. Hyrou Ilecd , light blue , flowered silken on tinin , diamonds. Mrs. Hen Wood , a while embroidered dress with loops of satin libbon ami natural llowers. Mrs. ( ton. Dandy , black gros grain en train with overdress el black lace , umbroldetoil with yellow silk , diamonds , Mrs. Frank Johnson , cream satin and bro cade , with pink velvet medallion * , 11 em- brandtcollar edccd with pink pompoms. Mrs. Samuel Hums , heavy gros grain bilk and pnssninunlcMlc , diamonds. MIssMeKell , Mrs. Burns' cuest , handsome dark red velvet and panels of the same ma terials. Mrs , P. E. Her , handsome black velvet , en train , with cream velvet front , and garni tures of jiolnt lace , diamonds. Mrs. ColTman , an elegant black velvet , biocado with jcttiimmings , diamonds. The Apollo Social club will give their last party of the season on Wednesday evening next at tlio Light Guard armory. Special efforts are being made to make this the most brilliant of the series. HANCOCK AT GETTYSBURG. Thrilling Description of the Jlero'H Ill- spiral In ; ; Ynlor. Brooklyn Eagle : Of ( ton. Hancock's individual action at Gettysburg it would require a volume to tell. His w.is really the action of the army , and Round Top , Cnlp's Hill and Cemetery Heights were his creation. Ho sent word to Gon. Monde that was the place to light , and seizing tlio favorable positions , with the eye ofa consummate general , hung on to them with tlio advance until Meade brought up tlio whole army and delivered his battle. Hancock was grand and magnificent in the battle ot Gettysburg and seemed the very incarnation of war. On the second day lie was at Cemetery Heights during the frightful cannonade when the rebels concentrated the lire of one hundred and fifty guns on our linos. The air was full of missiles ; hlreams of shot and nhqll screamed and hissed every where ; it seemed us though nothingeotild live under that terrible fire men and horses were torn limb from limb ; cais sons exploded one after another in rapid succession , flowing the gunners to pieces. The infantry hugged the ground closely and sought every' ' slight shelter that the light earthworks afforded. It was literally a .storm of shot and shell. like the fall of rain drops or the beat of hailstones. Those who had taken part in every battle ot the war never been any thing like that cannonade , and the oldest soldiers began to bo uneasy for thu re sult. sult.Hundreds Hundreds and thousands wcro stricken down ; the shrieks of animals and screams of wounded men were appalling ; still the awful rushiiiii sound of Hying missiles went on and apparently never would ceaso. It was then , when the firmest hearts had begun to quail , the army witnessed one o'f the grandest sights ever behold by any army on earth. Suddenly a band began to play "Tho Star Spangled Banner. " and Gon. Hancock , with his staff Maj. Mitchell , Capt. Bingham , Capt. .Parker , Capt. Bronson with a corps flag Hying in tlm hand of Private Wells , appeared on the right of his line uncovered and roilo down the front ot his men to the lott. The soldiers held their breath , expect ing every moment to see him fall from his Iiorso pierced by a dozen bullets , but still ho rode on. while tlic shot roared and crashed around him , e\'ory moment tearing great gaps in tlio ranks by his side. Stormed at by short and shell , Uoldly he rode , and well. Every soldier felt his heart thrill as lie witnessed the magnificent courage of his general , and ho resolved to do something that day which would equal it in daring. Just us Hancock reached the left of his line Iho rebel batteries ceased to play , and their infantry , 18,000 strong , were seen cmoruing from the woods and ad vancing up the hill. Hancock know the artillery fire had boon intended to de moralize his men and cover the advance of their infantry , which was to make the real attack. Turning his horse ho rode blowly up his line from loft to right , holding his hat in his hand , bowing and smiling to the troops as they lay Hat on Iho ground. Hardly had ho reached Iho right of the line when the men who. inspired by the courage of llioir general , could uowliard- ly restrain themselves , received orders to attack the advancing rebels. Eljrhty guns which Hancock had concentrated opened their bra/.on months and streams of blue bullets How from the mii/.x.lcs of our rillcs to the breasts of the confeder ates. It was an awful day , and Longstroot.'s "Old Guard of Iho South" molted away like wax under the terrible lire. Of the 18,000 who came to the attack n.OOO fell or wcro caplurod on the 1:111 : side. Thirty stands of colors ami an immense number of small arms were taken. Hancock was everywhere , riding the storm of battle as if ho bore a charmed life. At last , just in the moment of yictoiy , lie was soon to reel in his saddle and would have fallen to the ground had he not boon helped from his horse. A ball had pierced Ids thigh , and for a time it was thought the wound was mortal. "Toll Gon. Meade , " said Hancock , ad dressing Ins aide , 'Col. ' Mitchell , "that thu troops under my command have ni- pulsed this enemy and gained a great victory. The enemy are now Hying in all directions in my front , " ! 1MIJI59 A sure cure for Jtlind. Bleeding , Itchin and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. Williams , ( un Indian rumedy ) , called Dr Williams' Jiiillaii Pile Ointment. A single box has cured thy Y < > l st chronic cases of 2.1 or SO years standing. No one need suffer live minutes after applying this wpiulorful Booth ing medicine. Lotions ami Instruments do moro harm than good. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment absuibs the tuinurs , allays the Intense Itching , ( particularly at nlalit after petting warm in bed ) , acts as a poultice , civea Instant relief , and Is prepared only fur Piles , Itching of private parts , and for nothing else. 8IUN IH8KASKS OUUUD. Dr. Frazler's Magic Ointment cures as by inagie , 1'lnmles , ill&sk Jloails or ( Jruba , Blotches and Kruntions on the law , leaving the suin clear and boaut if ul. Also cures Itch , Sat ( itheum , Sore Nipples , Sons Lips , and Old Obstinate Ulcers. Sold by druggists , or inallod on receipt of SOecnts. lU-tailfd by Kuun & Co. , ami Schroeter A Declit. At wholesale ; by U. P. Uoodmau.- CODML BLUFFS. ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS. Sliver City's Sensntlon. SILVEU CCTY , Iowa , Feb. 20. Friday morning our citizens were startled by a report that Phillip Kchoo was shot nnil probably hsWl bcun ilcnd several hours when ho win found. Mr. Itenr Castings is a prominent farmer living one and one-half lullcs poutlurcst of feilvcr City. Some two weeks ago Mj5jnid ) Mrs , Hasting * wont to Wisconsin on a visit , leaving Phillip Kchoo , a young man about twenty years old , alone on the farm. Thursday fore noon ho was chopping at tlio woodpilo. Circumstances and the surroundings all go to show Hint at noon ho wont to the house , got anil cat his cllnuor , after which ho set down in a low rocking-chair near a table and close to the door going into the dlningrooin. On the table wore sonio wnlintr material and his knife , and the supposition is that lin was llxing his re volver. a small ' ' -calibre , when it acci dentally went oil1 , killing him instantly. riilay morning a young man by the nauio of Lmorinc , went ever to Mr. Hastings' , and passing tlio barn noticed the stock was all out , and not seeing the young man , went to the house. Ho went to tlio kitchen door and rapped , receiving no answer. Ho called and still receiving no answer turned tlio door knob and went in. Phil lip was sitting in iho chair with his head thrown back , his left hand grasping the chair round , his right hanging by his side , hmenno's first impression was that one of the cows had hooked him and that his head and face was bamlagod. Kmeriuo went ever to Ezra Siileiu r'8 and told them , when Kara , M. F. and George Sidoner wont over to the jilaco. Coroner Donnolau was immediately notified , who impannclled a jury. Drs. Hearing and Moore wcro also there who hold a post mortem examination , which was a thorough one. The ball had entered tlio corner of the right eye and caused in stant death. Tlio body was resting as easy as if ho had gene to sleep ; not a muscle of his face was out of place. His hat was on his head , all going to show that ho died without a struggle. Mr. and Mrs. Hastings were im mediately notified and arc expected homo to-night. Phillip was a model young man , and lii.s many friends hero fully sympathize with the family in their bo- reavoment. The coroner's jury rendered a verdict in accordance with the above facts. facts.Wo Wo the Undersigned a coroner's jury now sitting on the body of one Phillip Kchoo now here lying dead , do find that said Phillip Kehoo came to his death by a pistol shot wound fired by his own hand accidentally. . J. P. FALL , Foreman. hzuA M. Siur.Nr.it , JOHN M. MILLV.U , Jurors. Mrs. J. L LtBevoiso ) ) has gene east on a visit. Sf'ife ' State ScnalorSCarson spent Sunday at homo. $ Mrs. W. Kd Elam has gouo to Kansas City on a vifit- * Mrs. M. Smgof of Dos Moines is visit ing Mrs. 11. Frmdman. John A. Akei's matin his regular Sun day sparking trip to Modulo. S. S. Uean of Crcston is hero to join in the festivities of his brother knights. Mayor .WllfciVaughan loft last evening for Jcs Moines. Ho returns to-morrow. Louis 15IiiHi "of Chicago , who wasi visit ing frionda'Ucrhas gone to-Kansns City on business.- * * C. II. McDonal , agent of Alice Oatos Burlesque company , was at the Pacific house yesterday. D. S. Dcering , of Independence ( Tow.i ) is hero to attend the ball and banquet of the Knights Templar. A. J. Hart of DCS Moines is in the oily greeting old friends hero , and will ro- iiiiiin until aftur the Knights Templar ball. ball.W. W. Ed Elam starts west on a trip for Kcelino & Felt to-morrow evening. Ho will go through to the Pacific belore he returns. Frank Slubbs , who was lately in this city on his wedding trip , after returning cast with his bride- has returned to this city and it is stated expects to open up business hero. Prof. Martin Towno of Chicago spent Sunday in the city and leaves to-day for North Loup , Neb. , to conduct a ten days musical institute. Prof. Towno is one of tlio best known composer and vocal in structor in the west , and many of his songs have become familiar to homes and Sunday schools all ever the land. Ho is the author of several cantatas , also , while his wife , Belle Kellogg Towno , is one of the most charming story writers in the west. Social ProjtresB. On Friday evening Sirs. W. C , James and Mrs. F. L , Clark entertained at tlio residence of Mrs. James on Third avenue the Married Ladies Progressive Euchre club. The ladies first prize was awarded Mrs. F. A. Conover , the second Mrs. G. II. Champ , while the ladies' booby was given Mrs. F. M. Gault. The gentlemen's lirst prize was given F. M. Gault , the second F. L , Clark and George W. Thompson the booby. The next mcotilifc will bo next Saturday evening , the club to bo entertained by Mrs. L.I. McDowell. 1UK I'UBMO DOMAIN. How Commissioner Sparks' Pnlioy is Affecting Miittoi'H in SouthWest - West Nebraska. McCoorc , Nob. JO-To tho. Editor. ] Since the admiiilbtratlon has boon changed from republican to democratic control , and the department of the interior has adopted a diflVn-ont rule and policy from that under Secretary Toiler , the public land qncstio lnis boon attracting much attention , lo'dbnio parts of tlio country the policy ( "if ( f'o'mmisslonor ' Sparks has been denotiicd | ( ! by certain classes ; in other parts (1ijj'our.so ( / ' of Spurks lias been commondoMyho ( public. In the MoL'ook land district thoru is some diversity of opinion as to the rulings oftlui commissioner. The opposition , um > LVcr , comes from repub lican qiiirtA-j)1iiid ! ) ( the followers of Con- gresiinan Lam ! , ' "while straight-out dem ocrats amUUiolfollowors of Van Wvck endorse lhoio.uivo ; of Mr. Sparks. The Laird party jinmeso parts have boon mis representing Sparks in the most ener getic manner.- They have boon miscon struing his rulings intentionally in order to create a fooling against tlio adminis tration and Inaugurate chaos lioro. In their oflbrt to accomplish this they have for their allies the speculators and land shysters in this part of the fetato. Long time money lenders who have boon ox- pectin' ' to reap a harvest from the "final proof " business are loud in nuuso of Sparks , and all the land tyndicates heicabouts are in line together - gothor with every professional who winks at the fraudulent entry practice. The above stand in a solid phalanx as op- nosed to the method of Sparks , while the best and most conscientious element are alienated from them , and think that Commissioner Sparks is "tho rifjlit man in the right.placo. " Since the retirement of SccrotUry. Teller arid Commissioner McFarland am ) the advent of Larnar and Sparks , scenes have changed , and a new "spirit has come over tlu > dream.1 As unscrupulous land ghouls liuvo stepped out and honest men. have sup planted them , a howl lias gene up from the throat of every man tatooed with land fraud , Threats have been made and bulldozing has been attempted , but so far of no avail. THE KFTKOT or SI-AUK'S POLICY. There is much misrepresentation rife as to the effect the rulings of the land commissioner are having through this part of the state. It Is assorted by the enemies of the administration that the course of Sparks is revolutionizing the whole system of doing business here- thai money matters have been made stringent and that the "final proof" makers are cut off from borrowing the $200 , necessary to enable them to prove up. What an outrage It must bo for the government to refuse to recog nize a fraudulent proof as genuine in or der to allow the $3)0 ( transaction to stand and thereby protect the speculator and money leaner ? Looking at the cll'oct brought about by the course of Sparks It must , be admitted that fraudulent proof making lias become more rare , land syn dicates have been sent to the roar , while Iho actual settlers are beginning to enjoy their rights to the public domain. It was Horace Grooloy wno said the way to re sume is to resume , " ami most certainly the way to reform is to reform. President Clovelcnd foreshadowed this , so far a.s the public domain is concerned , when he ordered the cattle syndicates to retire from Okla homa. Under Secretary Teller , cattle kings and land syndicates and other non residents gobbled some of the best parts of Nebraska , and hence all this .denuncia tion of Sparks , But "Sparks must go , " and Gardner inustgo. ' * Why , forsooth , because pecu lation and speculation innst to a great ex tent lie at an end , and the wortnioss gov ernment surveys done under a former ad ministration in this state have been brought to the notice and attention of Commissioner Sparks by the surveyor general , which fact has Moon damaging to this state. Now is the time , if ever , to correct those surveys before the lauds become any moru valuable , and while they may bo rectified without serious loss to any one. Wo aretold , that Sparks' letter has been damaging to the state be- caitso it all'ects property title. So much the more reason then for attending to this matter now. It is assorted , and upon good authority , that whole townships in tins , lied Willow anil Hayes counties , have not been surveyed at all. One par ty in section 8 , range IH , is short 1W acres in 100 , while others have nearly 200 acres in what should bo ! ( ! ( ) aorc.s. Your cor respondent was told by an old army sur geon who wont with an escort who went to protect the government surveyors from Indians when on a survey some years ago , that at tjmcs tlio surveyors did not get out of their wagons in running lines , Tlio above may servo as a faint sample of the manner in which government sur veys have been made. DrjitAXGO. Hallway MimlcrH In Kraiicc. The French Minister of public works is puzzling his brains over some suggestions made in a report concerning the protec tion of railwav passengers. Murders committed on French railway trains by assassins or thieves , says the New York Times , scorn to attract very little atten tion unless the victim is prominent in public life. If iio chances to bo a deputy , for example , some of his associates get excited and demand titat something shall bo done. For a time they oven admit that tlio French railway car is not an example - ample of perfectionbut thpy appear to bo utterly incapable of pointing out its de fects , and those who are instructed to make a formal investigation are able to use very little common souse in their treatment of the problem. The murUtr that caused the report now under consideration to be made was that of M. Barrcme , prefect of the depart ment of Euro , and it was committed on Jan. 13. Ho had spent the day in Paris in consultation witn tlio minister of tlio interior. At 7 o'clock in the evening ho entered a railway compartment , intend ing to return to his homo at Evrcux. At 0 o'clock the conductor of a freight train found his dead body lying between the rails at a point an the road about ton miles from Paris. The facts , as disclosed by the official inquiry , are especially in teresting because they show to what dangers travelers arc exposed who are forced to use railway cars that appear to have been designed by the tribe of assassins. M. Barrome sat in a first-class compartment and was met just before the departure of the train by a stranger. Those two men were locked up in the compartment and the train started. In loss than twenty minutes the stranger had murdered his companion by shooting him with a revolver and had thrust the dead bodv through the win dow. Half an hour later the train made its first stop at Mantes , and the assassin there loft it , taking a costly rug belong ing to his victim. From that day the po lice and detectives have been trying to find him. In the compartment M. Her- rcmo had been completely at his mercy. Ho could not get out , nor coulil ho pro cure aid from the railroad employes or from other passengers. The murderer could have asked for no greater advan tages. There was no danger that lie would bo disturbed at his work , and at the lirst station ho could coolly leave the train without exciting sus picion. The struggle and the pistol tel shot had boon hoard by no one. A day or two later another similar crime gave emphasis to the demands of M. Biirramo's friends. M. Lululllcr. a deputy from Algiers , \vas traveling be tween Lyons and Paris In a compartment which hold only one other passenger , a well-dressed man , attacked him with a sword cane , and the deputy fought vigor ously for his life until the train stopped at a station. Then the highwayman was arrested. On the following day an Italian farmer was murdered and robbed in one of these convenient compartments while traveling near Bologna. It Is eharaeteribtlq of the conservatism or stupidity that allows the use of such compartments that lIio report which wo have mentioned approaches the subjeot with great caution. It is suggcstqd , lirst , that there should bo more policemen on railway lines , and . the second place , that provision should he made for "more easy and frequent" ; communication be tween travelers and railway servants. It la recommended that a commission .shall examine all the call signals now in nso in France and elsowhorc , and , last of all , that this commission shall inquire as to the desirability of "establishing perma nent or possible communication between the contiguous compartments of the same carriage or between all the carriages of the same train. " The improvement iiiggostod in this last recommendation Is plainly the one that must bo adopted if the railway carriages of the continent are ; o become unattrac tive to assassins anii/nighwaymon. Joe Ncodham , the clerk at the Coxzens has gene east for n ghort visit. GOLD UBDil , PABIB , J878. BAKER'S i \Vf 'ranted absolutely pura Cocoa 'from which the eiccss ot OlHiaa Mscn rcuno\cd. Itliaa < Ar < tlmtt 1.1 ttrtugth of Cocoa mixed with Btnrcb , Arrowroot or Sugar , cud U therefore for mote economi cal , cottlny ten ( /.an one ctnt a ( up. , i * delicious , nourishing , ttreng'icnln * ' ? , easily digested , und tdmtrably adajittd for Invalido 01 w U sa for | > creona in health. Sold by Grocers oierrnhero. W , BAKERCO,001011 * , Mass , s CZSSA.S'JSST 3JJ .CE3 ItT TO IS Otieofthr Bast cti ) $ Lw.jQSb 8toob3 Iti the U.S. to Select from. No Stairs to Climb , Elegant Passenger Elevator , M. BURKE & SONS , LIYE' STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS , OEO. nUltlvK , Monajjor , UNION STOCK YARDS , OMAHA , NEB. UKFKUKNCRS : Morrliaut.s' nnil Farmers' tl.tiik , D.tvlil I'lty. Xcb , ; ICiarncy Nrt'lonul ' nauk , Ki > nrnov. NoK ; ColtiinliiH S'iln ; Ibnk. Coliiiiibus , Nob. ; McDonald's Dank , north I'lullc , Xob. ; Onmlitt Xittloiml Uink. : Untaha , Neb. . . . Will pay customi'i-a' diaftvllli bill of laillns nttaehcil for two-thirds vnltte ot stock. HAMBURG -AMERICAN IFaclcct A rmincr LINE FOH England , France & Germany , The BtpniuMilps of tills well knottii line tu'o I built nl Iron , In wntui'-tlfflit euitiiurt incuts , unil are furnlahi'it with nvory roqiil Uo to iiinko llio imssnvp both snfo uml iiKrui > nblo. Tlioy r.m-y tlio t'nitoil Stale- * mid im-iH'un : | nvilKnml IIMHO Now Vorh ThtlMduys nnil Saturdays for I'lv. mouth , ( IANUON)1011orbougl ) ( > AHlaaiia HAM- HtHui'iiIngtlio steamers Icuvo HmulHirK nil Wctliioidnys mid Sundays , vl.i. Havre , taking l > ns ; oiiKcrsiit.Snutlmiii | > tuii mill London. Klrst piiblll $5J , SW unit $ T5 ; Steen Unllioad tloUuta rtom Plymouth to Urlstol , Uiu dltr. London , or to liny plnco in tlio South nt KiiKlnml , VUUIJ. Stcornuo from Kurupo only 5J3. ! Bund for "Tourist lia/ctti- . " C. 11. U101IAUD & CO. , Oencrnl 1'us-SPHBor Apunts , 01 llroad\vny , Now York ; Washington nnil La Chicago , 111. Carrying the lloltilum lloyiil and United States Jliillsalllna every Saturday Behvean Antwerp &Naw York TO THE RHINE , GERMW1Y , ITALY , HOL LAND AND FRANCE. Snlon from 8110 to $100. Excursion trip from fllUto J1SJ. Si-cond Cabin , " > J , unit i\curslon : fW. ! &toonifo | jiiiS'JUffo nt law rules , rotor Wright & Sous , General Ajjouts , 53 lironilnuy , Ninv York. Onmlm , Nebraska , 1'rnnk E. Moorcs , y. , St , L. & P. ticket ngeiit. The Cnllffrnph Is rnpldly cINplncIni ; tlio pen. Itcnson hutv jou uniy you cannot iitlord to do without It. No other l.ibor aiivlnjr Invention 1ms so losv cnod drudjrcry or brain mid liiind , or Biivod biicli n luiiro pcrcuiiluiru of dcnr lubor. 1'iguro thaiIt turns oil but twlco ns inucli \vorKlnnKlvcntlnioiisdoostlio poll ( It easily does tin co times us in ucli ) and It gives jou sov orul trco liours daily na and interest on your- liivcstmont. 1'or ciroul.irs nnd sioolmeii3 ) ill- ply to H. G. bl'ltH'K , Onmlm , Nub. , Uunl. Ajrcnt for Nebraska and Wusturn Io\vn KIlliluNS.dJiHleru-ooil'H bust ) for ull kinds o writing machines , on hand. Prlco f 1 e.icli. WHO IS UNACQMIHTCD WITH THE OEOOSArHV Or THU COUNTRY WIU. SEE BY EXAMININQ THIS MAP THAT THE GHICdGO.nOGK . ISLAND a PACIFIC Ml\W \ lrrPfiEOnorit ! centr.il poMltnn unrt rtnuo irlatlonto nil | irliiL-lp I lines Kast nmi Wet , at lliltlul and trr- rnhiAl potntK. rcmstltutd HIM mort Itnpartmic mlif contlanntal llnklu tUat tt > ittin or llirouuli truntpon. tntlon whlrh hiTltni und fiirilltn1iR trai u ) nnd tratlln between cllloi of lUe Atlanllc nil I'nclllo OimiU It ! nlintliefarorltD nnil lient ronto to nnil from points t.Ast. iiortlioa.t nn.l Hutithcnkt , nnd corresponding jiolntt U'cit , Molllnrot und Koutliweat. The Great nook Island Route OuarnntcM 111 pstionn that son o of j rron l eccti. rltT nifuirioil liy u follj , tlioruuulilr balljttod rand. Imil. imontli tiiu-ki of continuous Keel mil. nubilmi- tlally hullt culverts And hrldirei , i olllnu ituck ns nrar porTt'cllon ni liumau nklll rin mnko It , tl.o lufity appllaiictsof rntentbultoii.pl mfnrmsindnlr Imikia. nnd that eiaclllilf illji-lpllnu wlilcli KO CHI the plm > tjuftl operation of all IU tialni Other > rcctaltUs of his ruiite uia 'rrniurnri at ( ill ronnoctliipr points In union Dupots , and tlio tin urpaf > i > cd cutnfuils aud luxuiles of Us Piu > eiiroi ! ( KijulpnipMt. Tin lr st KinrpH Tnlni hntwocn fldcnco nc | reorln. Council Iliniri. Kiuipm flly IMI\ nwnrlli uml Atelilton mo conipOM > . | ul vrull t < iilllnt , < d. Ilncly up. lioliicml n y CniiclioB. llarnlflfent I'lilliimi rnlaed hle < > | i isoC llio litf < t ilctli-n , unit mimixtiimx DlnlnK L'aK.ti ; which elaborately reeked liirnln ni Icliurrly nuton. llvtwevnClileairi ) uml Kan ns < : Uy nnil Atchliou are also run the Culebratrd Kicllnlni ; Chair C'ara. The Famous Albert Loa Route Is the dlrrct anil favorlto line liftwrrn Oldcatfound MlnncaimllsandSt. I'mil , nhcin cuniifiMloiu am niailo In I'liloii ' liiipou for all points In thu Irtiltoiles nad Ilrltlih rrurlaces. Orur this louto K t Ciprt < ss Trains am run la the watrrlnir plarn , niiniiii-r ro- oi ts. plctnrrsqna loralltles , ami linntlnu niul tlnhliiir Srnundsof IO A uml Mlnninotn , It Is nlio the lni t nlruUe route to the rlclivhnt llelds aud piBtorM lauds of Interior luiintt btlll anullier Dllll.or LINK. Tin Scnsca and Kan. KakPO , lm > been opriicd betm.tm Cllli'lnnatl , Indian. Biwlls ami r.afayimi'.nnil Coiindl llhiirB. K n a Uty , illnnespnlltfaiulbt. Paid and lulrrinodUuu points. lor detailed Information tfo ltu\ \ > * and 1 nl'lin ' , , eblalntJilt , M will a * tlrkvtt , at Bllitlnclml1lcki-l | | onk'cs in tlio Unilfd tttutus und Canadai ur by ud- R. R. CABLE , E. GT. JOHN , 1'rca't ti. Uin'l JIV'r , Gcn'l T'J.t t J'ais. Ay't , 13 CONDUCTED I5V B.oyal Havana Lottery . IKSTITUTIOXI Drawn at Havana , Cuba , February 13-27 , I88G U oovnitNMKMr INBHTL'TIOM 'J'lcl > ota In I'lrthsVlioo3 ; ! f-5 ; I'nictluns pro ratn. Subject ( n no manipulation , not controlloi ] by 111 e panics In Intorpbt. Ills tlio lalrosl thirty in tlxi nuttiroof ctmnuo In ovlstonco. 1'or tickets npply to Hill IViY & CO. , J2li III nnd- wny.N. V.Clty : M. W4TKNH tc CO. , I9 Mulu ercut , Kansas City , Mo. , or 1WJ I'urimm Ftroet Ouiaha. , ' HEN. You are allowed a fret triatofthtrtv davi of tlie nafl of Ut. lift's OlrliniUil Vcltnlell It wltn I.leclrlobus- I nsory Appliances , for tlm siprty rillif and per. mane-ntcuroof tlfnuu * DMUtti. loss of Vitality nnd tlMhood , and nil kindred Iriiul.loa. Also for mtuy otbirdjwascc. Ccuaplrta restoration to ) Icnltlivlcur , ocd Manbcxxl ruaranlc'il. o rule la Incurred , limn- trated la'nnUfrtliiw.ilKleMWlopBinBjlwIfrec.lwod. iT hi.ji u 'UllllMTI ' Vi/irUAI.l'fi' P.MtV. Alit , icm-ttf. UrasrlnbU lad nlek tan. TiUlraek. . . - . tnci. .i Dr. & CO. , IOWS.UKA . , HO. r.n.Monibor American Socie ty Civil KiiRliiccM. . City Knirlnccr or Omnha Quo. U. UiiiusTii : , Civil uiiBlneor. ROSEWATER& CHRISTIE , L & SAHl EIGIIEERS Rooms 12 and 13 Granite Block , SyhtomsimdSowoniTO 1'lnns Tor Cities mid Towns n specialty. I'luns IMlnmtes ami Speclltontlons for Public mid othur llnKlncoi-liiff \\nrksfiirnl9hiMl. Surveys and Itoport nrndo onl'ubllo Improvements. ESTABLISHED 1803. CHANDLEPROWNCO. GRAIN AND PHOVISION I I Bonvd of Trailo , Clmmlior of Commerce , Mihvnukco. H , C. MILLER , Western Business Solicitor ! IE3. 3PBCI-C , Itti.sincsH Hollollor , 1IO1 Dons- las St. , OiiiatKi. Xnl > A STANDARD MEDICAL WORK FOR YOUNG AHD MIDDLE-AGED MEN OM , 1SV atAII , , rOSTl'AIU. VKUli TO ALt A Great Jloillnnl Work on Manhood. KThnnRtodVltilltjr. Unrrom nnrt PhTnlMl nolillltr Prcmiitiirelp"llnoii ( Mnn , 15rror of Voiith.nnd tlis nntokl tnl.orieH ro ultlns from tiulhcrotlon nnil ot * Cff'Cf. A l > oou for eyury man. rniinit. mlilrtlo-HRnrt nnd old. Itrontuhis lij | iri3s/-rlitlin | fnr all iirntonnit rnri > itlcclffciir)9. | ( piichonfl of wlilrti Is Invnhtnhle. So fontid by llio author who o oxnorlnnco for 21 ro rn I * Fiiehiinprnli'ilily never onrnrofoll tn tlm lot of any phyMcliintaMp'ieo ) , liminri In boiiutlfiil Kronoh mm- lln.ombosipileovor' , full cllt.ffniimntncd to lionflnor wirk ( In every poinn mceliniilnil. Illornry nnrl prnfni. elonnl tll nnnrotlll'r ] work In tills rountry fortl.51 , or Iho money will be rofuml In * * cry InMnneo. Irlo onl7 II bjmnll , postpulil. lllintr.iloil nimplo , Kttt. Fcnnnnw. Onlrt inoilnl nmmlnil tlm iiuttior hr tlm Nv llonid Hoillcul AHtoclntlon , to tlio linn. A. I' . Illmoll , nnil iijsopiiito onicHM of tlio board tlio render Is ro- mipplfnllyrefurroil Thn Kclonrc of I.tf31 worth mnro to tUo yonns nnrt mlitillo-ncoit men of ting eonornllon Hi m nil UiouoM milieu ofO.illfiirnlaiind the ullver mines of Nevada combined , a , V. Clironlclo. Tlio Science of Mfo points out the roeki nnrt quick. randn on wlilcli tlio con'tltutlon nnrt nopoi of many n youiiR ni n linvo boon futility wrecked. Jlniicliojtar ' Tlio sclcnre of I.lfo 1 * of greater value than nil the rncillcid wurks published In tills country fur tlio past 60 vi'.irn. Atlanta Constitution. 'I'lio Buleiioo of Ufa la a nuporti nnd maUorlr troit- l o mi nervous nnJ pliytilc.il dnblllly. Dutri tt Kro3 Atldrc'ttlio Peahody Medical Institute , or Ir W. IL Turker , No. Olulltlnrli ctroct , llcntonMais. : , who mar be coniullod on ull Ul oaio requiring skill and oiporl- I'm e. Uliriiiiluiinit nbslnalu illnnues Hint liavit bitf. Hod the Kklll of nil ntliorpliyiltlnna 11 siiccliltjr. Hucli lruatid xiccrHtfutly withuiil an. Instance of lalluro. Mention Umaha llou. Hallway Time Table , OMAHA. Tno following Is tlio llnic of arrival and do- partinoor trnliia Iiy Central Btnndard time at tlio loi'iil dopom. ' 1'iiilni oC tlio C. , St. 1' . , M. * U. nrrlvo und dopnrl from tlinlr dopot. corner ot Mill nnd WoliMor Htrnoti ; tralinon tlio 11. tt M. , C. , 11. & Q. nnd K. C. , St. J. k C. H. from the II. & M , depot ; nil others fioin the llnlou 1'aclO.o dopot. UHIDQ15 THAWS. IlrlflKO train * wit' ' loiiro It. 1' , depot at 0d5 ; jnn-H:00-H : : : 10 8M--1110:00-11 : : : Wn. ) m. . 1:00 : 1:3) : 1:60 II : ! :00-U:00--1:0'J-5IW : : : fi0-ti:05 : ! 0:10-7:00-11:10 : p.m. , , , Ixmvo tritiiRtnr for Omahn n 7:13 : 11 8:15 : 9:30 : 09:12 : II I0lj : ! lOsUT U'j" : . o. in. : 1:31 8:13 : 11:53p.m. : CONNrCTjNo ; LINKS. Arrlviil niul donaituro r truliii from th triinsforilnpot nt Council Illima ; UCl'AIIT. AUUIVK. i CIIICAOO b NOItfllU'r.HTIIItN. 0:15 : A , > i . . . . . .Mnll niul KxprcH 7:00p. : M I ; 4U | > .M. , AL'Comiiiodutloii , , , . . , . 4:1101'M : Ci'JOl * . ) l Kxpri'SHS U:13A.M CIIIRAOO & HOCK ISLAND. 0:1.1 : A. M Mnll nnd Kiprimj 700l' ; , M Tl'i A. M Acooiiintodiit.'uii ' C : ) | ' . it ' ' ' ' ' ' 'ciil'oAOoVMIIiWAUKEK'fcST.'i'AUI , . BslOA , M Mall anil Kxpross. , . . . . TOOrU : Sl'Ji' ; . > i Kxpitoa U:1DA.M CHICAGO , lIUIH.INdTON Ik QUISC ) ' . 0r : > A , M Mull anil Kxpross (1:20 ( : f.M CHO ) ' . M. Kxiiri'HU y:15A.il : a WAIIAHII.bT , UIUIH A I'ACIflU. 2:151' : , M.fx > ral. 6t. 1/iuls Kxnroiis boonl 000 ] * if 'l'i 11 n f ( t'Hr I ntilri I .f 'I'fAtiwfm li'A.SrtAHUlTV.hT. JOK L COUNCIL UUIIl'fl ) , 2l.r ; A.M Mnilund DxpvDSS 7:3jpu UUU ; r.u. , , . . llxprusa ttUJA.U titotix t.'i'iv A ruiFic. ; MA.M Hloux City Mull 7:00t' : . u .iflp.M 81. l' l Hirpioij. , ilUJA.M : n , k.ii WIJS'l'WAUO. A rrlvn A.M. | P , U. UNION I'AI'IKIO. " BKW.I . . . .ruoitiu JOHO.l . . . .DtlHIll' O. A : HHI' . 2 : ton . . .Mull nnd . 11. A.M. IN NKII. 6:10a .Mnllimd nojinit. BOUTHWAHD. " " "A.M. ) P.M. MlbSrilJltl 1'Al'IKia ' " - uxprbes . r , . : K. a , ST. j. & a u . . .Via I'liillimoutli. . " Dejiart. KOHTlUVAItl ) . "A. > i. i r. > i. I a ST. . . ! . . M. AO. . 6:393 : , ' " . . . . . . : ! ? . 10:0001 : ' " ' riuiiuit. KABTWA Ul ) . Arrlvo ; A'.nrT-.H , i u.i if * Q. " A.II. iv.iTT i 'J 'M ' G-.OU I..Via I'lnttHinoutli. . 0 : ' I 7 15 STOCK YAIU > : J TIIAINS Will lenvo U. 1' . dcnot. nmntm , nt GO-S'JJ : : 10i5 ! ltt.riSiu m. ; aH : > " . ' ) -5'J-Q:25p. : m. hcavoRtnok yanls for Onuth.i Mltffi-lOsian. JSOt : lSJ ino-SOT-flso : v. nl. o ; A trnn ( < ! dully : 11d.uiyoroopt Sunday r Unity ozcnpt Saturday ; 1 > , dally oxoopt Won