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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
April .r, 1891
SOUTH CAROLINA TROOPS IN
GOYERIOR TILLMAI BOLDLT DEFIED.
The Sldir Itrf ue to Omto the Jtoeeue ol
I.fcqaor pir sad Constable H ho Had
Mean Shot Down by Armad CHI
(ea of Darllagtea While Kb
forclag tha liapaeary
Columbia, SIC., March 31. The
long expected trouble over the en
foreeroent of the state dispensary
law baa broken out at last and now
two constables and two citizens of
Darlington He dead, a body of con
stables ia surrounded in a hu h id p by
armed citizens and the militia of the
city k in open rebellion against Cover-
nor Tillman, while the disiiensary at
Florence lias been wrecked by a mob,
Yesterday afternoon a body of twcri-
ty-two armed constables, who had been
ent to raid illegal liquor, were about
to leave Darlington when Constable
McLendon hod some words with a Mr.
Bedmond about the I'loyd llogers fight
over the enforcementof the dispensary
law. Home say Uedtnond cursed Mc
Lendon and McLendon fired at lied
mond. Others hay that McLendon
fired at Rogers and the bullet paused
through Uedmond'a throat, killing
mm instantly, tiring tlien became
general and citizens hurried 4o the
scene. It was found that the consta
ble had scattered to the wood.
' The dear, in the first conflict wets:
Fkamk U Noumcmt, Insurance uuont and
John Kbohohd, formerly from North Caro
Una (fclNHTMHI.a PBPPKH.
Chisv or I'OUU DaIWAJI.
Constable McLendon was shot
through the abdomen and is dying and
Lewis Dorent is also fatally wounded.
Several other citizens were also
wounded, but none mortally.
Late yesterday afternoon Governor
Tillmau received the news of thu con
flict and also a report that thu twenty
constables who escaped to ths swamp
were surrounded and in the greatest
danger, lie at once sent for Adjutant
General Farley, ordered a e lalt rain
and sent notices to tho oflicers of the
Richland volunteers, the Columbia,
Zouavea and the governor's guard to
call their men together and take the
train as soon as possible.
The Zouaves met and roil cull be
gan. The first wan, Gordon Adams,
arose and said he would resign his
membership, but would not go. Kvery
other man aid likewise. The company
The Richmond volunteer rifle com
pany, an old military club that went
for glory whenever occasion offered
from the Florida Indian war to the
war for Houthern independence, did
not respond. The captain reported to
-the adjutant general that he hud but
six men present and awaited his or
ders. They were excused from going.
The governor's guard gave au op
portunity for a still more striking dis
play of the sentiment of the people.
Shouts of citizens from the streets an
nounced the decision of tho other
companies and they, too, declined to
go. A souad of citizens rushed up
the stairway, blocking the corridor,
and swore they would not allow the
company to depart
CiuiiLESTOft, 8. C, March 31. -Tho
adjutant general came here lust night
to try to get soldiers to go to Darling
ton, but without success. The light
infantry of Sumter also refused to go.
The mayor of Darlington has tele
graphed for bloodhounds with which
to tracts the constables.
The fourth brigade of state troops
ordered out by Governor Tillman has
refused to obey. The adjutant gen
eral of the state is here trying with
out success to raise an army to go to
Unable to send troops tho governor
has taken the other course and will
prevent aid reaching Darlington's cit
Ixena. To accomplish this he has
seized the Coast line railroud lending
to Darlington and will allow no tratllo
over it He has also ordered the
telegraph companies to trans
mit no inflammatory dispatches and
has also withdrawn an order disband
ing the Columbia, military organiza
tions, with tho intention of trying all
members and otlicers by court mar
tial He has also ordered the hauling
away from all local armories of gnus
Conirmoim I'ptiol.l Tillman.
Washington, March 31. South Car
olina members of congress uro eagerly
waiting information from the scene
of the riotous conflict in South Car
olina. Representative Mcl.auren, In
whose dUtrkt the trouble has oc
curred, haa telegraphed for particu
lars. Representative Strait of Lain aMer
said: "Governor Tillman w ill execute
the laws if it requires Muxm men to
do It, lie can call not only the mili
tia but tha people will furnish volun
teers. The sentiment of the people
upholds him. There Is a small clique
at the botton of the trouble. They
want to defy the law and bring moon
shine whisky into the state, The
governor pronrs to stop It."
Representative TalWrt of I'arUer
villa, said: "This trouble ha been
brewing for some time and this out
break is the rlimaH. Governor Till
man la simply doing his duty In
outing the law and the kmi!p uphold
him. He U a man of positive eon
fictions, and il Is absolutely certain
ha will execute the law sol crush
oppaaiikm no matter what the vun
frrqua acre tuay be,"
MUI Cantlat tnMR Ulna,
Hkuaua, Mo., March SI. The Ml.
ftouH later-Collegiate eonteat held lit
Wood s tqwrt) house lt evening w
wo by X. I'. YVitAVf of tVotrai col
lege, who was glvva the Hrt .r, a
l-ttld avUt, aud II M. Dwvui'f tho
sUU aaiveralty at (Vdumbia to itlnm
was gttea the eaeond ptue. TL smon
UaUUg eollngv of lit aUto lent
Wat f.tKKJ vkaitiUf alwieau.
Haw alias Koyaliat aig-nlas; Annotation
Petition No Hop of Restoration.
Hah Francisco, March 31. Advice
received here yesterday from Hono
lulu, dated March 13, report that
within the past week there has been
material change in the political condi
tion of the islands, the natives now
coming out for annexation. The ad'
vocates of royalty have come to the
conclusion that all hopes of restora
tion are past, and that it is politic for
i . . , . , . . .
-iiein kj aixiuiej.ee wun irooa irrace. It
ia said that ex-Uueen Lilioukalani haa
been advised of the failure of all hope
ol restoration, aud that she will advo
cate annexation of the islands to the
United States in order to receive some
f rm of bounty.
A petition will, it Is declured. soon
be prepared and sent to President
Cleveland advocating the annexation
of the islands to tho United States,
provided a sum to be mutually agreed
upon shall be settled upon Liluokalanl
during her natural life. This petition
will be signed by leading natives,
members of the ex-queen'a cabinet
and members of the native societies.
It has even been stated Liliiiokalani
will send a trusted a -rent to Wash-
ngton to lay the matter before the
i, mess some arrangement such aa
this is made the ex-queen will soon be
n straightened circumstances, it Is
well known that a short time ago sho
found it necessary to place a lieavy
mortgage on nearly all of her proper-
I he provisional government remains
firm in the belief that it Is acting for
the best interests of the immioIa at
ii rue and without the least fear of
being overturned. It is its intention
to proceed ut once toward the forma
tion of a representative and stable
form of government, as evidenced by
the bill lately introduced into the
council calling for a constitutional
convention. This is beinir nut throuirh
INSURANCE COMPANIES WIN.
WANT TO BE ANNEXED.
uperlnlrndnut PnlUr rnjoliied from
Acting on tha fflllman t',wt,
Toi'KKA, Kan., March 31, Jud?e
ohnson to-day gave his decision in tho
Khawiice county circuit court touch
ing the right of (State Superintendent
Insurance Snider to make an
nvestigat ion into tho business meth
ods and alleged fraudulent actions of
the insurance companies interested in
the 1 nilinon ease. He rendered an
oral opinion aud concluded his review
of tho case as argued before hi in by
making tho temporary injunction
grunted ten days ago permanent.
1 his injunction prevents Superin
tendent Snider from taking any fur
ther action in the investigation which
as Inauiuratcd before him a
month ago. Snider had concluded
his hivcstiiriition so far as - the
iking of testimony was con
cerned when the temporary injunction
was granted and it is understood that
ho will now hold to the position which
he him taken since tho injunction pro
ceedings were commenced, that J udge
ohnson has no jurisdiction over his
of! lee us state commissioner of insur
Judge Johnson holds Unit the stat
ute provides only two causes for re-
king licenses insolvency and
allure to pay fees to the in
surance department. The attorneys
for Mrs. Ilillmon in their argument
quoted freely from a decision of tho
supreme court in 40th Kansas, in which
le principle was laid down that
the superintendent of insurance h;id
unlimited power to grant or revoke
icenses and that his decision was
nal. Judge Johnson meets this with
the finding thu t the question of re
vocation was not before the supreme
court in that case and therefore was
not passed upon.
r. Joy Not Without State Friend la
' tha llotiae Klgnlllcant Appeal.
Washington-, March 31. Kepresen-
tatlve Heard, caucus chairman of the
Missouri Dc ..ocratic delegation in
congress, today received a telegram
from Chairman Flavin of the twenty-
sixth ward Democratic committee of
St. Louis, urging the Democrats of Mis
souri to vote for Joy, Republican, in
the Joy-O'Neill contested election
case now before the house. Tha
wenty-sixth ward is in the St. Louis
trict now in contest. The dispatch
says Unit it O NcllI Is seated by thu
throwing out of many of Joy's votes
will result seriously in the future,
r. Heard is out of the city and the
telegram was circulated among tho
1 he St. Louis cuse is creatine much
feeling among the Missouri congress
men. A caucus has been held without
"suiting in any united action.
Messrs. DeArmond, Hall and Morgan
re voting for Joy. the Republican,
hue tho other Missouri Democrats
mve thus tar voted for t eill. The
filibuster Is tending to unite the dele
gation for O'Neill as It has diverted
te issue from the en so itself. Several
of the Missouri congressmen suy it
would have been impossible to unseat
oy II the filibuster had not occurred.
RUSSELL SAOE MULCTED.
ler lal.llaw art-urea 13,000 Verdict
for III Service a a Shield.
Nr.w Youk, March 31. The Jury in
the ease of I.aldluw versus Huge, in
which Russell Sage wait sued for dam
ages sustained by Clerk Laldlsiw on
the occasion of the throwing of a dy
namite Itomb by the crank, N'orcroa,
in Safe's olllce haa returned a verdict
for f :.,ooo for the plaltttllT, The court
denied a motion for a new trial but
grant, d a stay of forty days.
1 ha Trattule at IlluelWI.t.
Vintttox, March 31, -NoLvlth-standing
the report front Colon of
("ending trouble at lUuvfWdda, the
state department otlU UU do not ap
prehend my danger U Ninericait resi
dent or rorty there, the pres.
en oo of the RiltUh werahlp, Canada,
It la h 'lie ved, will atur pvioe for the
kuel lur It rear h at I'rtnl.
CAtttitMiK, Ma, March SI. -Mary l
jshehane, maiden lady ol MgH land
ing living tii (iiili north of thU city,
hs brotiiflit suit for iu im damages
for breach of prmalso egaittat J, ),
lmUU.M of U.U city, a wealthy h
FIVE DEAD. TWELVE INJURED. I
FATHER. MOTHER AND FOUR
TERRIBLE CRIME OF i CRAZED HAH
frits Kloetier, beopoadeat Over His In
ability to frwarm Food for Ula Fam
ily, Kills Them All mad Then
Takes lite Oars Ufe-lndlea-tlons
That tha I Med Waa
Arranged by I'areata,
Dodokviu-f, S. Y., March 31. Fritz
Kloetzer, a shoemaker, killed his wife
and four children at his home last
night and then committed suicide. He
had been out of work for a long time,
and despondency is supposed to have
led to the deed. For weeks he had
been selling off hia furniture, piece by
piece, to pay for bread for his family.
The bodies of the entire family of
six were found stretched on a few
blankets in a back bedroom. First in
the row was that of Mrs. Kloetr.
Her throat had been cut Second was
that of the daughter. Frieda. 12 years
of age. There was a ghastly tranh
across her throat. Klnter'a bod 7
was next- It had a biir trash in
the throat and a knife wound in
the heart. Next was the body off-
year-old lillzc. There was no marks
on her body. She and another child
had been poisoned. Tho last body
was that of the 4-year-old IJruno, with
head nearly severed from the body.
Kloe ter' head lay on the body of his
I here are indications that the crime
was arranged between husband and
wife. There are no indications of a
STONE ON CLEVELAND.
A Sand pipe Harata at Peoria. uin
Ietraetloa to Ufa aad Property.
Peoria, IU., March 31. liourland
street, on the West blnff, wit the
aeene of a horrible accident yesterday,
One of the immense sandpipes of the
Peoria water company collapsed with
deafening crash, heard in all parts
of the city. The piie has been leak'
ing for number of days, and five
men were sent to repair it. Without
sign of warning the bottom sec-
ton burst and the steel structure
immediately collapsed. There were
number of school children
playing close by, and many of
them, with some of tho work
men, were hurled distance by
me iorce oi tne water, r rank liogan.
agea 14, waa Instantly killed and sev
era! companions sustained injuries
which may result fatally. Three of
the workmen were badly hurt, while
two others were missed and are pre
sumed to be under the ruins. The
houses were completely wrecked by
the force of the water. while a half
dozen others were blown from their
foundations and badly damasred
Rarns and other small structures were
smashed to kindlingwood. The best
obtainable list of casualties footed up
nve aeau ana dozen injured.
SHUTTING DOWN MILLS.
Operator Determined to Itesist the De
mand of Coke Workers.
Pittsbuko, Pa., March 31. There it
great excitement throughout the Con
ncllsville coke regions over the pro
posed strike next Monday for a
per cent advance over the present
scale oi wages, the operators are de
termined to resist the demands, and
are closing down their mills ie tiding
the settlement of the strike.
The MUionrl lilef Mafflxtrate Derlaret
llliuaelf Against tha l'reldnt.
Wkhii dry, Mo., March 31. Govern
or Stone spoke here last night and
made apparently a campaign speech
for MM in behalf of himself as Demo
cratic nominee for president in 189(5.
The governor denounced the admin
istration of President Cleveland and
said that there wus no difference be
tween a full fledged Republican and
an Hastem Democrat. He wa not
now nor was he ever n Cleveland man.
He strongly advocated free coinage of
Uovcrnor Stone's speech was fur
thered by Attorney K. C. Crow of
Webb City, who denounced the issue
of United States government gold in
terest bearing bondn.
Debate Sow Kxpeeteil to o
Washington, March 31. The pres
ent outlook does not indicate that
very great headway will bo made on
the tariff bill in the senate next week.
A number of other questions, including
two appropriation bills, are pending
and the senators interested in them
will doubtless try to have them con
sidered before the tariif shall engross
all the time. Mr. Voorhecs will un
doubtedly make his opening speech in
support of the bill Monday and will
be followed by Mr. Allison on behalf
of the Republican side of the chamber
during the week, rnd it is probable
that a few other speeches will bo
made on both sides, but it is the gen
eral opinion t hut the week will not
exhaust much of tlie speech making
which the bill will surely develop.
Forgot 111 l'rlKoner in a ('nr.
Dj-nkikk, N. Y., March III. John
Scanlan was sent to the Erie county
pen last fall for burglary. A warrant
was lodged with the superintendent
of that institution for his arrest on an
other charge of burglary at the ex
piration of his term and Ottlecr George
was detailed to go after him, but did
not bring back his man. Inquiry by
Judge Edwards revealed the fact that
Oeorge arrived here from Ruffalo with
his prisoner lute Wednesduy night,
and was so drunk that he hud to bo
helped from the train by the con
ductor. He entirely forgot his pris
oner in tho car.
Washington, March 31. When court
adjourned yesterday it adjourned to
Monday with Colonel Rreckinridge'a
testimony still unfinished. He said
that he had tried time and again to
get Miss Pollard to leave Washington,
agreeing to pay her expenses. Sho
often promised to do so, but never
kept her word. The visit to Mrs.
Rlackburn and Chief of Police Moore
were explained at considerable length
He denied that he had ever promised
to marry Miss Pollard, as tl-y had
testified, and also that Miss Pollard
ever had any children by him.
Zlne Strike Near Maiialleid, Mo.
JomN, Mo., March 31. It is report
ed In mining circles that am important
strike of zinc ore has been made near
Mansfield, in Wright county, Ma
The ore is said to lie in a true fissure
vein, like the silver lodes of Colorado.
The vein has been traced for several
miles. Shafts have been sunk along
this vein and a depth of 1H4 feet haa
been reached with the shaft still in
ore. On the surface the vein is twenty
inches wide, and gradually grows
wider as the depth increases.
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JKFJ-Knsov CiTy, Mo., March 31.
Mrs. Annie Kitter, 72 years of ajye,
was run over and instantly killed near
the Moreau by a train on the lianell
branch. 8he was quite deaf and did
not hear the approaching train.
(General Hchoflf Itl Oolng Wot.
Chicago, March 31. (Jeneral Ncho
field, commanding' general of the
army, reached Chicnfjo yesterday. He
is journeying toward California and
will visit the Midwinter fair.
Hult Over a SuapU-lou Land leal.
Macon, Mo., March 31. The Hanni
bal and St. JoHeph railroad company
litis filed suit against Uert Norton, a
prominent attorney, and John H.
(Jilliliand, a jeweler, both of New
Cambria, asking1 that a warranty deed
by William M. lllake of t his county,
conveying or supposed to have con
veyed the title to forty acres of land
In Lingo township to the railroad
company, be set, aside on the ground
that lllake has never held title to tho
land aud that Norton and tiillillaml,
who negotiated the sule to the rail
road company, knew such to be the
ilrailit Turning la tiolil.
Dicsvr.H, Col., March 31. The enor
mous increase In the development of
the gold tie Id h in this state is
show u by the report of tho
United Mates mint at this
place for March. The total value
of trod! bullion received at the mint
for the month was r.'O.ltr, an Increase
of ','M"1 over the coric-poiiiliiiix
month ef lat jear. The meiit
kince January 1 are $7 jn.w.'ti, mi lu.
creae over the same erWl lut year
Haa r I1U lluva OvarliwkeO.
Coi.oxv, K'au., MareU 31, The Her.
M. II. Kamkburtf, the new MiMhodlst
niiiiisler, upon counting hi progeny
after liidlnK- here found a 4 ycitr-old
miaalnv, He aaeertalned by Ixltraitli
that the vouttifaWr waa ktill on the
train sleeping and entirely uucoti
selou of ae(Mratlon frM hia pa outs.
Tklvte Ha a luaathlu Mala.
i'UKartntr, MUh., Mrvli H.
Thlvea valeted the oniee uf J. T. Hill,
townh!p aurer, )'etertlay fen
Ittu, lrke ils'tt the iafe and t arried
ore a.unoor tovnOi;ji funds and oh'f
H. If. If. ( lrk' Health.
Omaha, Neb., March Zl..dge
Caldwell lias ordered H. II. II. Clark,
receiver of the Union Pacific to take a
six-months vacation to recuperate his
A Trlpli- I'.xerutlon.
Pakih, Texas, March 31. lid ward
Oonzalcs. Manning Davis and Jim
Upkiris, Federal convicts, were hanged
How to Hhliie Ia Society.
A notebook, a retentive memory and
an ordinary command of tbe English
language are necessary if yon want to
become a brilliant conversationist.
Into the notebook should go those
good stories, those admirable bits of
repartee, which are floating about. An
ecdotes about persons who are of paus
ing interest should also be jotted down.
It is even advisable for the would be
conversationist to go to those older
and more brilliant than herself and
humbly ask to be "coached." It would
be a mark of flattering regard for which
tho coacher ought to be willing to pay
in choice jokes and rare stories always
provided that he or she did not nocd
the entire stock on band for tho name
dinner. There need bo no deceit about
using such stories. The woman who
ays, "Oh, by the way, hove you beard
Mr. Jones' last?" will have satisfied ev
ery claim of honesty, and ut the saitio
time will have contributed to the suc
cess of tho party. And if one is willing
to study colors mid styles for one's din
ner gown why not stories for one's ta
How tu Waah Merino Stat klug.
Wash them in a warm lather roads
by boiling soap in water, then rinse In
another lather, also warm. Merino must
not le rubbed with soap, uur washed or
rinsed la cold water.
Whf Ink Are 'all4 "InvLlbla."
Hytiipathetic inks are preparations
used fi r forming character which only
beeouie viaible on the application of
beat or of some ilvmilt al agent Many
chemicals which form in thtm'lv
color U ss solutions, bnt which develop
color under the Influence of re-agrnU,
tusy Iw used a yiupritht tic ink, but
they are of little practical utility.
Characters written In a vk aolution
of gill tlvfrU p a dark color on being
treated with a weak solution f t'0p r
ma, or vice ver m. Writing, dune in va
rious preparations devi lop cotor tm heat
ing, which fade a the l'ttr m.l&
Among stub autatAncea are soiutiois of
tha aiH tsta and t'.ie t ItlorU'e f ttd!t
and the chlorl l' if nit kr, t'haracters
traced la wnk lutitMi f nitrate of
silver dark-n on r it am re la light.
innii j WHY PAV DEAL
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WHY PAV DEALER'S PROFIT?
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340 wauanS kit., Chicago, Ml.
LOCAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
TiD0 OSXTEAA naa.
Arrival and departure ef trains carryfnr pat
risers st I.iocola, Neb. Trolr. marked ,
ttiiy: t. Dally enceut Sunday: i Dally except
I fir KAliUflAL MrU. ouly, I, Tuesdays. Tiuirsrtsys arul Baturdays
i on .
od , Moaday, Wodneaday and Prld&y ottiy.
Burllortoa A? MUoari Btvar,
0., B. q. B. B.)
Ticket offlces st depot, Seventh and ? ?; sad
comer ieoio ana u ois.
KYl'ffMVIFF CANNOT SEI HOW TOO BO
'Itl'l.r IT AND FAT FREIGHT.
Hot em ff 4fwr wattmi or oak fa
bjwvv wtrrki rrtavrauUat for 10 Twarai wit a
00 ifwf Trhal ht snofMV ra-uir4 in ftatvatM.
m IS OA. Worl.l'i fair MUI twariJatf ma- bin rd atUckv
Utiv from fmcinrv mmf Mrs Wlr'i m4 swant'i vndla
rnrt iMTatwvvt ftna) 4vt4 lo-4av for mv lira or t irtm
F nt.li rtalrtM, fetiuvmUl and ImHtfmnol -m VfoiA'wtAt.
OXFORO MFD. CO. HZ W.cuh at. CHICAEO.ILl,
A FIVE UORSE POWER
In flood condition. Will bo sold
CHEAP if sold soon
TVl. O. FEJL.L.Y,
Comer 11th & M Sis., LlNCOtN, Nkb
BUY"DIRIOT FROM FACTORY" BEST
At WHOLESALE PRrt'Kfl. Prllvored Free
For Houses, Ilarna. Roofs, all colors, h SAVE
Middiemflo's prom, in use 51 years. Kn
darned by UraiiK A Farmers' Alliance. Low
prices will Hiinrlne you. Write for ssmples
0. W. 1NUERSULL, m Plymouth St., Urook
lyn, N. Y.
PJattrimouth, via So. I
wnu ana i.ouiviue )
Omaba sod Cbkai;
via AUluodcut off..
Ashland, Omaha and
Crnte, Haw lings and
fxiwol) and K!arn...
St. Fraud aud Ober-1
iiuiyuHB a iuftynnna..
to Denver and coast
Crrt, Ileatrlc and
WaHbitietoo and Concordia
Endlcott aa Rod
Sennet, Syracuse, Ne
braska CUv and eant
Grand Jxlnnd Broken
Bow. Alliancn. Now-
castlfi. .Sheridan sod
Seward, York, sod
Atcblson, St. Joe,
Kansas city, st.
Louis and south....
TRvumiMSb and Tabls
Mllford, David City,
t 4'M p. t&.
8:00 a. tu
tlU:I0 a. m,
t p. m.
tI2:20 p. m
$.-0 p. m
6:30 p. ra.
t p. ra.
t 1:63 p. m.
r :w a. tu.
I e:3ft p ru.
il:W a. in
0:111 p. ta.
t 8:30 p.m.
t 0:60 a m
7:40 s. m.
1 1:40 p. m
J 7:40 a. ra.
: 1:40 p. m.
10:00 s. m
t 4:40 p. m.
It 4:40 p. a
1.36 p at.
6:10 p. a
Chicago, Bock Itiand Pacific,
Pasaenger station corner O and Twentieth Sta.
City omca, 1046 U Street.
Ft express to To pe
ns. Kan. cut. ana
all points in Karma
Oklahoma, sod Tu
Local freight acconv
Local freight accom
Pant ex p for Omaha,
i:o. nuins, i) Moine
St. Paul, Chic, A east
Fast exp to Denver,
uoi. prinits, y ucd
lo and west
Local pa for Omaha
ami council ttiurr.
1 1:20s. m.
10:11 p m.
til 30 a. m
4:00 p in
Onion Paclflo Railway.
Depot corner O And Fourth street. City ticket
oiiice liMi u street.
KXCELSIOR HOMEHAKER AND ROASTKK
The bent paytUK lnvi-Miiirini for a bonne wife
None Kenulne without brarui fluluKk) our lauwt
improved style, I a solid make, hiiadeep HaiiKe
sironit but hfeh'Krate. aud cIowh perfectly Hunt
savma 33 lr emit uulrUloimelrmeuw. Full le
wrlptlveclrculam on application. I also man
ufactlire the "New buoceaa" ilove mat and the
Famous PryinK Paa.etc. AGENTS WANTED
in evrv coiintv in the U. S. Addrms,
CHAKLV.S KCIiULTUEISS, 40 N Mala St.,
council llluff Iowa
Tobacco Deranged my Stomach and my
Entire Nervous System--After Using
No-to bac I Gained Sixteen
Pounds in Weight,
Urbana, Ohio, No?. 21, 1M2.
Sterling Rtmtdt Company, Xo. 4.1 A'ai
dotfih St., t'Aicaw,
(lENTLEMAN: I usod tobaojo con
stantly from twenty to forty-three:
(olt ttiat t must quit, or my stomsub
would be completely gone. I read one
of your sdvurtliMjiuonts and thought
It wa a "fake," but reaolvrd to make
ono v flort o quit MMOUAU cra
J wily 4lh 1HU2, and I O'linmenood to ui
It at oin'o. Ilia Oral two wimks 1
fc'atncd eight iKnin U In weight, In 'our
wtwks 1 yalni'd sixteen (mumi. NO
TtMiAU, comiiletoly tUistroynd my
lro for tobaoco In two wuckt,
my aox)t'.to booawo natural and I ato
btvakfast a thing I had not dmio Ik f.ir
la ton yr, xoil pimply to drink a
cup of cHiffe,
(Signed) C. McDC'NAt-tv
Thiriare many to)aMM- uaerseuiTrr
Ing from ttioaM attribuirid to ('um
other than tha um of Uibai.tij. IKin't
goon toWoo tpiUirtp aad smokloi
your Uf away, but eatt at ttv at II, T
C'lAfk Drug t' l.inooln, Nt-9. oi
ihbU, tnd gt a lo o NtVltKUAC
or a Hula book that wti il you all
about It. If yon a lot rail, writ for
b.ak to"TH Hriat tsu IIkmkdv Cu
FAav.Nu, S. lUadtiljiRHt., ChUsgo,
iiii-'o, valley, east
Beatrice, Blue Sprjn,
Mauhatlan, eaut a
went. Toiieka, Kan-
Han Cly. caHt, south ,
David City, SlrnniHiira.
Salt Lake, Hmmiu. ;
pan FrancUco utul I
t :02a.m. t 7:30 p m.
t 7:46a.m. t 3:45 p a
6:00p.m. M0: 40 s a
7:30 p in
4:10 a. 111.
' 3:03 a, at.
MUaourl Paelllo I'.itll way.
Ticket office st depot snd coraer of Tweirt
ana o lreeta.
Auburn end Nbraka I .,, TT ""
CltyF.xprea , H 60 p.m. B OO p m
St.lAiuls day expre.. ll:60p.m. S 00 n ra
Auburn and Xeb.aak I , ,. ' . . I.
t'tty Ksprra ( aip.ra. l Ue.at.
Htl.oi.ita nl;wi p .... n p a 16a
reiuout, F.lbtiorn Mlaaourl Valley
l'ino a i ihth wTa us
Depot corner KlKhth and S .treat, city Ties,
I'hirmfo ami eiii..,.,
Fr-iu 1 1 iiuaha, Sioux
Cil.v Ht.pa.it Uiihuh
Mln a I'lfrro.A ter
VVali.Ki. FrnnnNit, Vor
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HAUM.KT KXt l U4K)a
VI tlt Mlaetiarl t'avtllq IUtu.
) tha w eoitd Tuoauay ta r-o.mrwr
isn January, r'et.rnarv, MaAoh. April
and May. 11, h Mleanurt I'aolfie
lUiula w.ii soil round trio llck..u t.. all
ttall.ws la Ytsat, with final limit to
tura IB ins.n Uey frmt tlata of sate t
H to over ar aUowml ta Arkna, 1
Ttiaa SPd Oktanma, ,s-w M,ro 1
Indian 'Itiitttry, (.Shu aA, uke a .
trtp to the south, I'lllL IliMtei a tf '
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