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About The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1894)
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
or he juunr
KELLY'S "INDUSTRIALS" ILL
IN CAMP AT WESTON.
WAITING FOR 1 TRAIN TO TURN UP.
The Railroad OfllolaU Derllna to In Any
thing for Them The Mayor of -lie
Imdm rroclanietlon Warn
ing tha I'ropU Against l-aw
Member Court Martialed.
Omaiia. Neb., April 23. Tlirmten
ing wither caused Kelly to delay bin
proposed march from WrsUm batrU to
Council ltluffs. Ilo in waiting to lumr
tbi rnsult of tlin efforts f Ucrieral
Manager fit. John ami V, II. M. l'uwy
to secure a tmin for tliu urmy over the
Rock Island. He Is also favorably im
pressed with a siiffiyt'st Ion tba.t ho (
cure tcainn and luakti the trip over
land to Washington, and lit! is already
receiving eiicourHtfiritf responses from
the farmer to bin appeal for assist
ance for this purpose. Jlo expresses
the hope, that bit friend in Omaha
and Council lilull'i will strictly ob
serve tho law even though they are
Jftboriiig under great excitement.
Tho army bus only enough, pro
visions to lust for another meal and
then if relief doc, not coiiio they will
be compelled to go buck to the iSluffn.
Report from all tow near here are
that the people have contributed
plenty of supplies, but have no mean
uf getting t he stuff to the army.
Kelly think that he will not accept
the proposition for transportation to
KannH City by water except a a last
resort, a it will not laud him any
nearer hi destination,
A I'UOCI.AMATIOlf IIV THK MA YOU.
At noon Mayor Jleml issued the fol
To the Cltlwina of Omaha Notice Iiim bnn
snrvd on mx, as li 1 r eiumitlvn of the city of
Omiilia, by (lis ofltclala of the ChlwiKo, Hock
Inlaw! and raclfle railroad and the JIurliiiKton
and MlniMiurl rlviir railroad, tlutl tlwlr com
panies will Hold tli city liable fur all dniiiauo
iliiiio to Uiulr property by mobs and lawiosa
Now, thernforo, I, llnora P. Hernia, mayor
of tho city of Omaha, hereby caution all per
ilous within tint lniiiiiilurii'it of the ulty to do
dint from Interferlm with the roadways,
rnlllnii stork or (itlirr property of mi III cor
porations, and In all rHi:a to observe the
laws and nnilnliiln ood order
1 fiirlhoriiiurii urne and recommend that all
parlies In Nymputliy with tlin IndiiHtrlal urmy
now diiliilmiil nnar Council IIIiiITn contribute to
their relief In rfocurliiK horsoa, wikoiis and
eulmi'.luucr loenabln them to continue thulr
march acroMN Iowa, independent of rallrouil
and coruoritle charily. All contributions
matin llirnuuh Hi" mayor olllca will ho for
warded to Uoiinral Kelly as rapidly thtiy
can be conveyed. (JkoiioK 1'. JIkmis, Mayor.
A largely attended meeting wa
held In Knight or Labor hall at 11
o'clock and upeoche were made by
many labor leader. All seemed to be
at sea a to the best course to pursue,
but every speaker denounced the rail
roads In most vlgorou languuge.
This morning at Weston all the can
tains and Colonel Maker convicted A.
Madison of company II. of violating
-tho rules by furnishing and using
liquor and he was drummed out of
At 13 o'clock Kelly declitred that if
transportation was not secured for his
Briny oetween new and morning lie
would begin moving on foot eastward
through the state.
THE KIND OF MEN THEY ARE.
(icucrul Manager St. John Speak Highly
Dk Moinics, Iowa, April 23. (ien
eral Manager Ht. John of the Chicago,
Rock Island and i'aclfle railway, who
passed through this city from Council
IllufTs,aid of the "commonweal urmy"
now near Council UnfTs:"H i made tip
of Holier, intelligent determined men.
Nlue-tentlm of them aro American
born. They are respectable, honest,
and remarkably well organized. There
are no 'bums' among them. The
statements that have been sent out
about their being tramps and all that
sort of thing are utterly untrue. Their
leader is a man of lirain and eharao'
ter and great determination, and ho
1 a religious man, too. He is a per
feet gentleman and thoroughly honest.
lie will never permit any outrages
to lie done by any or his men If there
should be any inclination In that di
rection, which there Is certainly not
iiuw. lie will uot permit any trump
or disreputable person to enlist In his
army mii1 he " ill remove the una one
he can find. He has absolute control
over his men, which he never could
have over a body of tramps or disrep
utables. He ; said to me that
his men would never go back
under any circumstances. They are
going to Washington In some way
of that I am sure. 'We may be
wrong,' Kelly said to me, 'but we are
determined to go to washlnirton and
present u living petition to congress-
one that cannot be thrown Into
waste paper basket We think we
are riirlit and iiollmiir can aton tin.
What they van accomplish I do not
ne, but they are bound to make a
profound Impression. There will
I probably lOO.OOO inmple In
Washington by the loth of
May on this uiWsiou. And
vttuteau tte da about It? Nothing
but treat them kindly and let them
Ifu. The mute .iiMk-ltl.in they meet
the sironerr itiry become. 1 he Ulx.i
ing elasse all over the eouutry are In
aymputhy with them. If they lias
few more days of aiudt treatitieut as
thev have had the last two days
tremble to ttili.U of what muv Iiamhu.
You can't tell what a matt will do
when he U httMgry and hunted down
AN "AHMV" ON A NEW PLAN
Hauit Telhr lu I ink f..r Wura,
I it ha no, April 93,-Chicago is to
lave o "eoiuiuuriwcot armv" of It
iiwn, n tho announcement made to
day at the lieadiptartera of the timve'
mi nt on I a Halle street by J, II, Can
ilall, the recruit I hi? oftlirr,
Mid twenty-seven men had
aigtted lh roller and entiuued: "tir
plans are t gather a many of the
unemployed who itur,a do t
gather, and when we are rgaiilcd
win start oat Imdtlair for work
lot of us have failed in Individual ef
fort to secure employment and we
think we will try to we whnt can lie
accomplished by united effort.
Our original piao for joining
either Kellv or Coxey has Im cu aban
doned. Mr. Kelly seems to have all
on hand that he can attend to, and we
will do better by making our own or
ganization and being Independent of
any other, except mat we are wun
them In the general purpose to im
prove tho condition of the lalmrlug
The police here are prepared to give
outside "Industrialists" very cool re
ceptions and to keep them marching.
PRECAUTIONS AT THE CAPITOL.
Mevrral of the Minor Kntraiirr to
( I.Mril -Kitra iuarila on Hilly.
Wasihsoton, April 'J,j.The author
ities of the ciipitol building have
perfected arrangement for main
taining order and quiet in and
about tlin halls of congress. There
are fourteen entrances to tho ciipitol,
some of them through devious and ol
rtcuru jiassiigiMtJ These minor eh
truncea will be closed for the time be
ing, Ily this arrangement the ciipitol
police force can bn better disposed
und concentrated. The regular force
1 likely to be nugiimentcil as oHlccrs
w ill be needed for the galleries as well
as for the rotunda mid other iissem-
ling points. Admission to the galleries
will be restricted to the comfortable
seating capacity. When the scuts nre
tilled the doors will be closed. ,Vi re
strictions will be placed on the com
ing and goings of perwuis, but they
will be expected to keep the piiNMijes
open and to "move on" so us to avoid
am. J he closing or 1 lie House res
taurant except to member i pari
of the general plan that lm been
'oxey' "Army" a "flrcim."
JlAOMtsrowN, Md., April !M. -The
advance column of tho "commonweal
urmy" remains In camp here. P.rowne
is bent upon making his usual speech
in the public sipiure and tlin t he may
have an opportunity of doing so tne
rt.arch may not be resumed for several
days, Noiivcnlrs of the army, such as
badge u rid ribbons, are being sold at
good prices and the rump is being in-
osed so that the public will is; n-
liged to pay for a peep ut the aggre
gation. The proceed go toward sua-
turning the army.
THE EPIDEMIC SEVERE.
Two Chicago S Imoln liim.il llccunrfe of
Nmullpoi Mpeelal rrtM'iinthiiM.
caoo, April s:i. Two of the pul-
tie selioiiU, the Kroebel and I lie
I'lekard, have been closed for
severul days on account of small
pox. Health CoiiimisHioner Itcynolds
said the schools were not closed on
lis order, but that he saw no reason
why the action should not be taken,
though he himself would not have
The health commissioner is en
deavoring to secure physicians to
place at each of the terminal stations
to fulllll hi promise Iodic secretaries
of the state board of licullli of Minne
sota and Wisconsin to prevent per
hod afflicted with the disease from
leaving the city and also, to prevent
any one with the disease from coming
into the city.
The K-(loviiriiiir Hint ttx-roiitfreieiiiiiin.
nt Tcxa Phux-ii Away.
MiKi.nnkv, Tex., April S.'l. - Kx-tiov-
crnor .lames w. J hrocit morion died
here to-ilay in his 70t.lt year, lie
came to Texas from Tennessee before
the war .and wus a member of
the convention that passed the
ordinance of secession, but strongly
onnoscd the measure. He wus a colo-
nel in the lonfederate army and arter
tho war wa elected governor, but
i ..... . .
wa removed by lieneral Sheridan.
.Later ho served tour terms in con
gress, nemg part or the time cliuirman
of tho Indian affairs and l'ucifle rail
road committees. At the time of hi
death he was receiver of t he Chicka
saw & Choctaw railroad and hotel
NO THROUGH TRAINS YET.
Tho (ireat Northern Wtrlko (Jnlrt - Strik
Sr. I'AU,, Minn., April 23. There
I little change in tho (Ireat North
ern strike situation to-day. Local
train were sent out from hereon time,
but through trains were not started at
all. Marshal Itede returned from St.
Cloud during the night witli the ar
rested strikers. Committee of the
American Railway union are gather
ing In tin city for a conference with
the railway olllcials, which they hope
or tn a tew day.
THEBES AGAIN DESTROYED.
Aniieut t.rrrk TowiHIni'e ltael by -tl
aiutur llfvaalatrd by Karthiiiake.
Atiikas, April S.'l. A severe earth'
quake wa felt throughout (ireeee lust
evening. Much damage Is reported
but no one wa killed.
The shock at Thebes, the ancient
town razed by Alexander the (ireat.
was severe, the town being practl
rally deatroyed. The Inhabitant are
In a sad condition, being almont eu
tlrely without ftesl or water.
A STATE FOUNDER GONE.
Ilaolrl I oili, the I'lmtrrr nf Wnl lr-
UtU tiiuinl tl tn Ills llrd.
Wmimimi, W. Va., Vprll 3 3, Ihtnlel
I.uiub, one of the founders of the
state of West Virgluiu, chairman of
the convention which formed the atate
and the original draughtsman of the
slate constitution, w found dead in
hi bed tirilay, He was HI year of
Jerry slt,i.ia Mu h luiprovr,
Wniisotos, Airil "L Congre
man Jerry Simp n eon Htioit t dy
was much Impinved. The warm
weather Is benetteiul to him and there
has U'en no spread of the luil.iinmv
tory ileumalUm, I'tidef the iiuk-I
fuvui'uliU condition, himever, a long
(h iUhI ii loitvaleaceuee I IndUated,
C. T M.i'leiUnd of Topeka was ap
stnted ivcfiver for the Leavenworth,
'jupva and roiithweteiH, reeeutly
atiandoued by the I nlon I'acillu and
bunta re by which It tva Jointly
PEFFER S GOXEY RESOLUTION
SENATOR HAWLEY HAS NO USE FOR IT
Ileavagly llenonncei Mr. Allen' Spire h
Anari liltlo- lie Doe Mot ll-
lleve -Hie 'oimiionwalera" are
the I'eople Meveral Tariff
Speechea l.'oloaded -lit her
W'asiiisoton, 1. C April 23. When
tho striate was called to order l'ri-
du.Mjt, ficrman from the committee
on foreign relation reported a bill
for the correction of an error In' the
llchring sea bill recently passed. I!y
the substitution of the word "exclu
sive'' for "inclusive" the intention of
the act, he said, had been entirely
changed. The bill was passed.
flio resolution Introduced recently
by Senator Alien, culling on the sec
retary of the treasury for the amount
of appropriations niado and expended
for the improvement oi river ana
harbors from March .'I, 1HS7, to date
The rctrer resolution for tun nji-
pointmcnt of u reception committee
for Coxcy's army of the commonweal,
to be known in sciiute purlar.ee a"the
committee on communication,'' came
up for a few minutes before I o'clock,
but in those lew minute it received
oni( very rough bundling, senator
llawley, who dealt the blows, said lie
would have preferred to have some
member of the dominant party in the
senate take the floor, for ecrtuinly
the speech of Senator Allen of Ne
braska ought not be allowed to go
forth to the country a representing
In any degree the view of the sen
ate, ' He criticized Senator Allen for
hi reference to the commonweal
army a "the people," and alo for
his allusion to the district militia
under command of Ocnerut Ordway.
lie ventured to say that (Jeneral Ord
way had given more study to the
nucslion than hud the senator from
Nebraska and that not one t,cp wouiu
be taken by him except at the com
mand of the civil power. These men
who were coming hero did not rep
resent the general view of the Ameri
can people; they were not coming with
the Int ention of prostrating tliemsei ve
at the feet of congress but to Im
press them by their presence. In
conclusion, Mr. llawley said there
were many other thing in Allen
speech which should be refuted, but
be did not propose to do It.. "1 am
sorry to say," he continued, "but 1
feel bound to say it, that the speech
of the senator from Nebraska was
audi n would be received with ap
plause from a gang of Anarchist, and
it would not rcouire a microscope to
discover In it the microbe and fiacllll
Senator Allen wa about to reply to
Senator Ilav.ley, but the hour of 1
o'clock having arrived the resolution
went over without action, and the
tariff bill being laid before the senate
Mr. (lallinger of New Hampshire
spoke ttiruinst the mil. In tho course
of his speech a running controversy
came up between Mr. tiray of Deli
ware and Mr. Aldrichof Rhode Island,
the latter asserting ami tho former
denying that In the recent elections
the people had expressed their repro
bation of the kind of tariff reform now
Senator (Julliuger was followed by
Senator McMillin of Michigan.
Senator llolph followed in a speech
against the bill. At 5 o'clock Senator
Dolph suspended hi speech and will
WOK OI THH
JlcpriKI'lllllllVO IIIIVU of KlIllKilH
I'Hiiavea for Their 1IU.
Wakiiinoto.v, April 23. Representa
tive Davis, Populist of Kansas hit in
troduced in the house a long bill re
citing the woe of the unemployed,
and directing the secretary of war to
Immediately enlist fiOO.OOU men in an
industrial volunteer army, to servo
for the period of one year after
enlistment. The army is to be clothed
und fed and paid as regular soldier.
Instead of drilling they are to bo em
ployed on puhlte works.such a canal,
rivers and harbor, public highway,
etc. To defray the expenses of this
army the secretary of the treasury i
to issue tf.-iOD.OUO.diio of legal tender
notes and certain other forms of cur
rency. Tho bill speckles the follow
ing issues of money to pay the army:
Fifty millions to replace the waste
and destruction on note under the
act of 1ST, $no,KKl,ixi(l to replace na
tional bank currency retired und !Moo,.
(HHi.tinu unnually hereafter to keep up
the volume of money,
8TATF OF TR DK
Ntrlkt'i wait I alMir ilurtanie Hat In
an I IT eel im Mnnlueaa.
Xkw You. April '.'3, Mradstreet
Review of Trade says; "With the ex
ception of the prosH-ct for still further
tensiuii of strike and other labor
disturbances, no pluinly retarding In
flue nee Is manifesting Hue I'. N
fur lis learned, there nre about
twut v-ll'ree additional tr!kc, in
volving SH.isni people. This brings
the total number of those now on a
strike, or idle because of strikes, up
to ihi.ikio. Tin, week also furnishes
eleven shut-down of Important in
dustrial establishments, more tliuu
iilTrt by resumptions of thlrly-two
tdhers, w i 'eh t'urnlsli employment to
5,0i0 opci ul ives, although seven im
xirtjiiit establishments utiuouiiee le
dm t'oij In wi$K'r.
Mr. I eaoe for Sruslot.
To . Kan.. April St, Mrs, Mary
It. Lease has addressed letters to lend
Inrf IVptilit In m'arly every county
lit the state, tmploitug them us
their Itirhlcilee to Iter it lUomwiats out
of the legislature, Mrs. Least) any
she may bo a candidate for I Hitcd
Mate a nntr herself, and does uot
want any Ivuiocratio opposition iu
eonteitd U It H.
THE REPORT CONPIRM ED.
That Oklahoma Outlaw flaltlo 'lid Come
(Iff According- to Latest ltr Hirls.
tliTtiiiiK, Ok., April 23. The report
received of a battle between (h. Hal
ton gang and deputy marshals near
jngalls, fifty five miles from this city,
is confirmed. The fight occurred at
the house of Jiruce Miller, one of tho
outlaw. The officer surrounded the
bouse, all of them armed with Win
chester, just before daylight. The
Halton bandits were inside. Xo hhot
were fired until one of the desperadoes
came out, just about daylight, to feed
the horses. He was held up and told
to take a look around the ground
and then return to the bouse, tell the
bandit to come out one at a time,
unarmed, and surrender, or hostilities
would be commenced.
After looking over tho field, and
finding In shooting distance of the
house twenty men well armed, the
outlaw returned to hi companions.
Fully a half hour' consultation wa
had by the bandit before a stir was
made by either party, and then the
olllccr in command of the party or
dered his men to begin firing.
The house . Is a simple weather
boarded structure, and not plastered,
and the shot from the marshals' Win
chesters ouickly perforated the sides
of the building. The bandits returned
the lire on the orticcrs through tiie
windows and crevices of the house.
At 10 o'clock Mrs. Miller had been
wounded, left the house and crawled
to where one. of the marshals was lo
cated behind a tree. She had received
u fh-sh wound and begged that the
might be permitted to ride to Ingalls
for a doctor to attend to herself and
also her baby and hired man, who
were both wounded.
She was permitted to saddle a house
and leave. She would not state how
many outlaws were killed, but ad
mitted t hat Hill Daltou and Hill Hoo-
lan had been seriously wounded.
1 he fight wus kept up all day
Volley after volley was 11 red
into the house by the otllcers, and the con
stant crack of tho bandits' Winchester
told of their determination to holdout
and refuse to surrender. Shortly af
ter nightfall, during a lull In the rir
Ing, the bandit made a break from
the house and fled, pursued by the
deputies, They went in the direction
of the Creek Indian country.
The messengi who brought tins
news did not learn whether or uot
Dal ton and Doolan had been killed,
but were told that three fatally
wounded bandits were left In Miller'
house after their companions had
broken through the line of officers.
He states that two of the officers'
posse were killed und three wounded,
COXKY I.KAVKM II I MI.S.
He Has (;one to New York for n l our
II AOHisrowx.Md., April 23. (Jenerul
L'oxev left his army at this town last
night for a four day's absence in New
York, duritnr which time lie will at
tend the f,ale of some of hi Kentucky
thoroughbreds. Resides this he will
try to arrange with the railroads for
excursion rates to Washington for the
demonstration on May 1. It is from
this arrangement that ho hope to get
the greater part of his crowd in the
city. Should this plan succeed, he
anil Hrowne declare that there will be
no trouble in getting 50,000 people to
the capital besides t hose on trie roan.
Tho army had to buy its own fire
wood ti cook sunncr on Loirun Hill,
und us the town authorities refused to
allow the armv to draw on the hy
drants of the city, the camp wa with
out water until the railroad company
gave the use of a plug. Miter in tne
evening when u severe thunder storm
arose the agent of the Western Mary
land railroad gave the "J ' tho uso
of an empty warehouse, after they
be.m hail refused shelter in an empty
barn near by.
CRESHAM ANDTHECOKE RIOTS
He Will Ibivn Home Corruapondenre
With AiiHlrbt oil the Subject.
I'lTTsiii'ito. I 'a., April 23. The re
cent riots in the Connellsville coke re
gions will be brought to the attention
of Secretary, of State (iresham iu a
manner entirely unexpected.
Rev. C. j. drbacli, pastor of tho
Evangelical Lutheran church of II rud
dock, left for Washington yesterday
to lay before the Austrian minister a
statement of facts concerning the
conditions and treatment of the
Slavonic prisoners in the Fayetteville
jail charged with riot. The authori
ties of Fayette county are nccused by
the minister of gross neglect and iu
human conduct toward the imprisoned
oi'.v)te Hei'llne it stolen Train.
Omaha, Neb.. April 23. - (ietierul
Kelly declined to put his men on
board u train stolen at Council Itlurt's
by the engineers and tire man of the
Union Purine. It was a I'nlon I'aeiho
engine with I'nlon I'ucitle car ou
the liock Island track. Kelly de
clined it because he suld he ha4
not vet broken any law and did
but intend to start in here.
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HiiKKlt, ttdKnea, trrlNHMHiilMf,
bk-llflu. lUniraa. Imrt IniM.NIilila.
SawlfiK ftlaebtaeft, ArmrAiwMf llrmfia, l-lanna, lUdfr Mill,
I lull brnwera, Vi Mill., SUiira, Krlllra, Horn Mlllt,
lllr PrMaeta iykHrrmt, Iriulii, in.lb, Ha;lnlUn,
wrnm eiaaoaf 'P7 fMHiaa, Ifnita, nmnna
lwa Mtfttra, IViflVe Mill, tathM, h mli-rt, LlneiplrU,
tarm tHivH'ri. Ilawl 4:Hrtfc rurinai. Srmpen,Wlr PitiiM.
fanalna- Mllla, rlra, RnrlnM, Saa, Wwl Mloka,
llraln lluaapa. Crow Kara, llollrra, Tmila, Hit Hnuva.
Ua Sierli. Klftalor, Kallrnnd, PUUuna Mil luoeUr HI KUiA.
Saiatf nir fraa lilftl)a. AMI ara bow to .a,. Monrt.
Ul . tllllKII Bt., CHI0AO0 10ALI 00., Cb.o.,0, Ql.
I'leami mcDtlon The V ealth Makers.
FtdH Mlllnfi prci mfatwtUu. 10
WMiht if hotM. Wonh lb Mat for C
atiMW In bltchiB op, AftiU au)t4, filrwlari ttm. X
0rdt muijih). fWr ti.bU. tttM rltliu brttit. x
THE DECATUR SHAFT SUPPORT C0.
I ! I
m mi tun vn
Rpprlnt Frank Txwlle'a Illiintrateit
Weekly War JlluHtratlnn 1Hl-nS, two
vola. follo,l.8(), payable 't.W month
ly. Delivered by express prepaid. Bend
(or illuntrale4 circulars. At aaluaiiu-n
STANLEY BSASLE7 PUB. CO,
8 EAT 18TH ST..N.Y., U.S.A.
trvrMri cmn null V. H Alt Ir.H AND H()AHTF.R
r. . v ,.... - .
an. Ittvauttnani. lap a SniiiutavlfA
II1F law. laiHR ... . . ,
Nona iitmuliie it it hout braiw IHtlBKa) our lataal
Improved atyle, is a solid make, baa deep rtanitf
Sinmif nuimcil pfraif, aim mma "t"1
aavaa IB tier lent nutrltloiieletnenlei. mlde
ariipllrlrx-iilara on application. I ulnoraan
tifaciur the -New Suinwaa" plnve mat and lb
Kaiiinus rTymn ran.avc. Aur.rt in wnn t r.u
In every enmity in the U. N Addreita,
IHAHI.V.S SCi'l'LTUKlSS, 40 N Main Kl.
i-ouucll IHii0a Iowa
TINOLEY ft BURKETT,
Attotneya-at.Law, load O St.. L ncoln.
In tha Diatrlct Ci ..it ! Lancaatac
fharliall Muritll re.eler, 1
C&arlea II. Jotituwa et al , ;
ToC'tiail II Ji'tnn, Mitry A. Jnltutoa,
II, .rwt I li llrmierwii. warm ip.-i.iii
laaiam. tier rum anit ill rat .nd iul name tin-
ata and V M t a.laaiader, nsi rvldru
Ueteadauia Ht 1 ' H"M(f IStt on tha
J.lhd.yiil I we m Ver, !, t liar.r H Murrtll,
hatalv.r t t Nel.raaka kavintf IU:U ut
l.imHdn, lrak. dimi hi uilin ta In
jiiairu I unlit tl l.an aier rii,nt, .Nb !.
Iiat jruu iepia.i.l auh atkera, lbeni,)-, l
aad frrrf !i h autii i to f"i l..nr
rettailt mnrKi(e eerued .y ( tiarira It
Jultiteva and W trT A Jutiua ltinre r.
liijlaw and ttw I" si and al b y'aiuuA
uia.it tha toiiawiiia ilM"llit priHri) . ait
I. ., tSueiii bi.x a itteaur sine .'"oi l.i.in
Me'kk'a sd.llltt n to IS t IIV t( l.loin, -Mit
ni.iar n'UiKl, Niitvi.a tt lb r-
liivat ul i n ioni pi-i n.la. ir m.i riaivtl
Ju 3il l I r U i t i'j PS I
tri at -r l a -r non.n u.iU-l
du and r4t S!e .III r !' l"'l, and 'l,uini1
prut lot" a .1 -re ttal drt auk war hi it
,(m'l In fif lh ai,.iin adluilxmt to to tin
,.u lb e tr !- plauilaea u. U. -KI
t. aallaft I tie aUon ' lotltm t-i hedkie Vol!
aia r- Muie,t to anawer iui viiun i n r i
fair ll, Slat iU ul My, tU,
ttalatl A tr i i .'-'B iwt
I'aaaiMll UoMSltl. (Wetter
m tf lis;jr A Muikrti, ata atturut)!,
h- xu- .(-,i-w i null r
" m wm r
S STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS
AND PURIFY THE BLOCD.
! KIPAX TABl I.KS are (he fcp.t Ileal.
idmu kaatra fmr Jndlrestloa, ftlllttuftiieMs
Headache, CaiutlpailaH, ljrspeptu, hrnnlo
Liver Trsublra, lllzzlnt-M, Had I'aHiple lius,
Vjscntcrrt WOeaslta Ureata, and nil dla
arden mt tUe ktamnib, Liver and UutreU.
Rlpau Tahnlne cnnlain notbliiK Iiijui1"iu to
thu uumt delicto. (Miimtituti.m. Are iJtmirit to
a Uike. wife, elfttrttiAl, and irlve jmim-niali.' relief.
1'rlce IKi vlal.t, Iticeutxi I'a. kaeH kuireV,
$2. Uay Iw i.rtlor.xi tliruiiKb nutrimt 'iruKUt,
J or by nutil. Sbuiple five by null. Ai'iJima
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO..
2 10 aPECCK 8TR3. ; tORK CITT.
Do Your Own Leather VcrkS
Iloot'a "SI mnllil tjr Pmoe"eniilli iiiuiy mini ui mill
aituud wtof 'luiible lime In 30 iiilnuK-a lor tl.'A: Hum
tru, del HIU.'hilniw, Ita.-i HralMira. duc-i Hniira
Sor.. and otliur utrniM In fjroNirlln. Sirnm lr luall,
bnlr iinual price. Hu'fimlrii. widdl,ry,t,ii-.,heni.
(j(,l' Iron I.ulKn.l K.'pnlHiiK Jut lit Sului-rlna--fiu.k!t.BIai'UiiinUb'iT'Kil,
jin., for hi.iiu. uw.
(Catalog free. Scot Bros., Hodina. Cnlo.
World s Fair Highest Awards
on our INCUBATOR and WlZZZ-'
-VlU I'vtiuuig mem
!f TfAJtrf tntaTMtH in ClMjItTf, it will
pAj Jim Ut rail 4 nraU In MMnpf fur our
BUY "DIRECT FROM FACTORY" BEST
At WHOLESALE PUICEN, Delivered Vra.
For Houses, Iiarna, Itoofs, all colors, & SAVE
Middlemen's profltK. In us 61 year. Kn
darsed hv Grange & Farmera' lll:mce. Low
prices will BiirprlMe you. Write (or samples.
U. W. lNliEKSULLs -m Plymouth bt., UiiXJk
lyn, N. Y.
LOCAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Arrival and departure of train carrylnr pa
mger at Lincoln, Neb. Train marked,,
Daily; t, Dally except Sunday; DaIlv except
Monday; I, Dally except Saturday; I, Sundaya
only; 1, Tuesday, Tburadaya and gaturdaya
oo , Monday, Wednesday and Friday oni
Barllngton MUsoarl River.
0., B. t). B, A.
Ticket oScas at depot, Seventh and P ata;
AA.na.'lafllh or. I ( U.a
Plattmouth, via Sa. I
Hend and Louisville
t 6:10 p. aa.
t i f p. m.
1:00 a. tn.
flu: 10 a. m.
t 4:56 p.m.
tl2:20 p. ltj.
:W p. m.
t:S0 p. m.
il:60 a. aa.
Omuba and Chicago
via Ashland cut-of..
Ashland, Omaha and
Crete, Uaatluf and
Lowell and Kearney..
t s.w o.aa,
t l:Ul bv
7:49 a. aa
t 1:40 p. a.
X 7:49 a. aa.
St. Franul and Ober-1
to Denver and coast
Crete, Beatrto and
Washington and Con
corUla...... Endlcott aa Red
Bonnet, Syracuse, Ne
braska City and east
Grand Island Broken
Dow, Alliance, New
csstK Sheridan and
Seward, York, and
t 7:40 a. av
1:40 p. m
10:00 a. a
t 4:40 p. m.
t 4:49 p.av
t 4:40 p. aa.
t 0:36 p. tn.
t 1:63 p. m
t 4:Wa. m.
1:10 p. m
t 7:30a. n.
AtchlMon, St. Joe,
Kansas City, bt.
Loula and aeuth....
Tecumseli and Table
a m p.m.
Milford, David City,
Chlcafo, Rook Ialand 4k Faoifle.
Passenger atatton oorner O and Twentieth St
city omce, luto u a tree t.
Fast expresa to Tope-
ka, Kan. city, ana
all points In Kanaaa
Oklahoma, and Tex
tl2 36 p.m.
4:03 p m.
til. 11 p.aa
Local freight accom
Local freight accom
Flint exp (or Omaha,
Co. Hums, u. Moines
St.Paul.Chlo, A east
Fast exp to Denver,
Col. .springs, pueb
lo and west
Local pass (or Omaha
ana council uiuns.
Union Paclflo RaUway.
Depot corner O and Fourth street,- City ticket
ofllco 1041 O atreet.
iui!0. valley, east
Beatrice, Illue Sprge,
Manhattan, east a
went, Topeka, Kan
an r?t. euHt. aouth
t 7:30 p.aa.
t 8:46 p.aa
David City ,Strombrg.
ColumbUK. Denver, I
Salt Lake. Helena. 1
B;iu Francisco aud
1,10 p. m.
4 il a. m
7 30 p 111.
liOS a. m.
Mimiourl I'aolrtc Railway.
Ticket ofBoaa at depot and corner of Twain
aud O streets.
Auburn and Nebraska I ,...,
Cliv Ka-esa f ' 60p m. I OOp.aa
St I.ouU lv eipresa,. 1160pm I 00 p.aa
Auburn ami Nebraska I ..
CllvKxpreas f 35 p I U a aa.
Bt l.miii nielli up p nt toa aa
reiueot, Clkharn MUsourl Valley
Iciiirauo a ausra wiiTisa naa)
Depot corner rUfhta and S atreeta. City Ttek
ChU ano and east
r rent t Omaha. Moui
niy xi I'tul.lHiUiiS
M'iu a I'lerre.Abar
I Up a
I 41 p
II M p i
T a at
I ta S
II SO a i
VVahoo, Fremont. Nnr
lolS. O Nt. 111. Long
pm t'nadniti. t'aa
irt II, l S.r f Kjc
(.1 nir, ls-.iiu.4 .
T a aa
t lp m
I II p aa
r r'iinl a 'tomtlata,
r'iwuiut.1 IrWbl. ......
Mi ta aa.'v M a
Via tha Miievufi Pacing Kovita.
tn '.ha atooail TiwaUay In buorubr
l a, January, February, Mxh, April
and May, IslM, MiawuH Ptl
ttmita Will Still rolln,l trill tlokreU l.t all
tallnua In Texas, with final limit Vu r
turn in tuiriv uaya (nun ilaUt or .
Huor.r artj allowo.) la Ark,
Tm anj Oklahoma, New M.,o ta4
Indian IVrrlUiry. dv.no tuil Wait a t
trio la tha atiutA. 1 1 1 vi trt a n
II. A T. A. mOiUrwU
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