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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
June 21, 1894
THEY MUST HEREAFTER AT
TEND HOME SCHOOLS.
AH IMPORTANT CHANGE IS MADE.
The llonae 1'tare a Provision
In the In-
!Uo Hill prohibiting Children From
Attending Any Kehool More Tlnu
lorty Sill,., Away From The
ilMMM VUcm-Of her Witsh
- Washington, Juno A provision
of the Indian appropriation bill, which j
was adopted in committee of the
whole, prohibit all Indian children
from attending any school more than
fort' miles from their reservation
until they have goinj to the school
provided for them at homo at least
four years. This provision of the
bill, if it is enacted into a law, will
have the effect of reducing the num
ber of Indians sent away to eastern
schools and very materially increas
ing their home education. Several
of t lie western representatives are
conlident thattlie Carlisle school will
' suffer from the provision.
There is a griming sentiment In
favor of educating the Indians at homo
as far as possible, and no legislation
of recent years lias been so pronounced
In this direction as that which was in
corporated into the Indian bill.
Kepresentative Curtis of Kansas
made a hard light to have the section
of the bill approved which secures to
the Indiana the principal and interest
due them from Southern states for
the sale of their old reservations. It
amounts now to more than $3,000,000,
and the states have shown a disposi
tion to defer payment indefinitely.
The proposition was however, defeat
ed on a point of order.
Helegato Flynn of Oklahoma, will
again attempt to have incorporated in
the bill his commutation plan for
Oklahoma, permitting settlers to
prove up their claims In fourteen
; months. Failing to secure this In the
house, an effort will bo made to have
the senate make the provision.
THE TORCH AT BEVIER.
Italian Striker Charted With Marine
Fired Four Kmim Texas Building.
ISkvikr, Mo., June 18. This morn
ing at 1 o'clock the mule stable and
slaughter house of the Kansas and
Texas Coal company was set on fire
and a team of mules was lost A
dressed beef was stolen.
While this fire was in progress, a
dwelling honse close to mine 43 was
set on Are. The guards on duty there
fired about twenty shots at the shad
ows of the firebugs whom they could
see stealing away.
No soonti had this building burned
than another building in another part
of the ground was set on fird and de?
These fires caused great excitement
here. All the Knglisli-speaking min
ers denounce the crimes In the strong
est terms. It is believed that the at
tacks are being made by a well or
1 ianif of 'Italian strikers and
the miners In general nave nomiiij;
to do with them.
EX-CONGRESSMAN TOM BAYNE
TAKES HIS OWN LIFE.
A MED PENNSYLVANIA POLITICIAN.
A Mullet Through III Head Follows an
t'liusimlly Violent Hemorrhage Cum
pel led Uy l oriHiiiiiplloii to Itetlre ,
From ''oiigre After Seven
Term A Popular Mail
KILLED THE LITTLE
The I ullnmn ( omonnjr Will Treat
Willi Its Old Ktnuloye.
Chioaoo. Juno IS. A committee of
twelve American Railway union dele
gates visited the olllces of the Pull
man company, but were told by Vice
1'resident Wicker that the company
had nothing to arbitrate with the
union but would treat with the old
The matter was rcierreu 10 ino
Pullman delegation with instructions
to appoint a committee of strikers to
confer with the ofilcials and report to
the union us soon as possible. -
A proportion was made to estab
lish a labor tr ist company in every
state in the union with a general
body at Washington ami a large capi
tal stock to create a perpetual fund
to carry on strikes, etc. It Is thought
the plan will bo adopted with some
A PRIZE FICHT FOR SCIENCE.
Two Urooklyn Pugilist Mattln In Thomas
A. Kdlsoii's I laboratory.
Nkw Yokk, June 18. In tho labora
tory of Thomas A. Kdlson, the In
ventor, near Orange, N. J., last night,
Wakhinotox, Juno 18. In n (It of
despondency resulting from long and
incurable illness and depressed by a
sudden and violent attack of danger
ous symptom i, Thomas M, Itaync, for
seven terms representative of the
Allegheny district in congress, at
10:15 o-clock tiiis morning forestalled
the end by sendin? a bullet through
his head and killed himself Instantly.
At the time he was alone with the
servants in his handsome and luxuri
ous homo at 1(5."J Massachusetts ave
nue, In the most ultra-fashionable
part of the city, his wife bcln; tem
porarily absent in Philadelphia.
Ho had been ill for a long time and
indeed it was his ill health which
caused him to resign his labors in
congress where he had earned a repu
tation as a clever, vigorous debatar
and an expert on the complexities of
the metal schedule of tariff bills.
About eighteen months ago he was
induced to take a voyage around the
world and when lie returned last
July It appeared that he had Improved
verv much. This train was but tem
porary, however, and he suffered
wreatlv from fits of depression conse
quent upon the mutations of his
disease which was consumption. Ke
contly he had failed so that it be
came necessary to have a trained
nurse constantly with him.
About ft o'clock tliis morning Mr.
liavne called tho nurse and said he
II Was Not Four Months Old
Brain Was Diseased.
An African lion in Central park.hav
ing been adjudgeil insane, was shot
through the brain the other day. It
was a baby lion In its fourth month,
and its brief existence is suppoei to
have been full of pain.
The lion he had never been christ
enedbelonged to ISarnuin fc llailey's
show, lie cam? to the park menag
erie two months ago, with the elephant,
the boa constrict e and the antelopa.
The circus often ssnds such animals
to the park for tho winter. The ele
phant and the boa constrictor thrived
and grew fat; tha antelope languished;
the lion pined aw ly. His eyes were
dull and sad, and the keeper s.tw he
wus suffering, but ho did not roar or
About two weu'.ts a;p he bsgan to
Tagger up and down hi cage, as if
his legs were too weak for his b j ly.
rhen, instead of walking on the un
der part of ills toe, lie doubled them
and walked on his talon t. When Felix
McDonald, the supsrintendent of the
ircus menazene, called at the park,
attention was called to tho lion's con
dition. Jle decided that the lion's
brain was affected, and that ho must
Chloroform was chosen at first, but
After more deliberation it was decided
to shoot him. At 3 o'clock one
afternoon the execution took placo
l'hc keeper's gathered in front of the
cages and stood there with grave faces.
The lion had stretched himself out to
his full length, four feel, frorniuso to
tall tip, and his eyes w.re turned full
upon the men. He was as motionless
as a bron.o figure, One of the keep
ers raised a rifle and held the muzzle
within a few feet of the lion's ear.
There was a flash and aloud report.
The lion's head fell an d remained mo
tionless. The shot had pierced his
brain, and had killed him.
Tho skull was opened, and It was
found that the lion's brain was thick
with blood clots.
t.n.ftw.M. TunSSU. I ITU McllALd
and one Diploma for Beauty,
MireaBth and ( hnpnru,nvrt
MA of tnese venieies nave
been mid direct to the people.
Mend st once fur our complete
mtaloiiiie i Oi of every kind uf
-ehlele A harae bIw twtok
A" lira SIM. of owtlronoiuls. iln-y are free.
ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO., CINCINNATI. 0.
Mike Leouard and Jack Cushlng, both
of Hrnoklvn foiiirht in the interest of was suffering, having just had a hem
sclenoj before Edison and a party of orrhago which had covered his breast
ON THE YUKON.
' Estimated Itesults of Treasury
Hons for the Year.
Wakiiinoton, June 18. As the end
of tho fiscal year is only fifteen days
distant, treasury ofilcials are able to
give a fairly accurate estimate of the
net results of the treasury's opera
tions for the year. Up to this time
the recuipt aggregate 8282,201,721,
'and the disbursements 8350, 197,337,
leaving a deficit for the eleven and a
ha f months of 874.303,610,
His thought by the officials that
the deficit for tho year will not be
materially greater than it is now, and
that 874, 500,000 will probably more
than cover l.t, even should the customs
receipts continue to decline, and those
from internal revenue remain as dur
ing tho last fortnight. While the
cash balance yesterday reached 8115,
0!5,2S3, and the gold balance $07, sol,
i72 the lowest point since the Jan
nary bond issue the situation is caus
ing but little uneasiness at the treas
Woman's suffrage Orators.
Toi'KKA, Kan., Juno 18. Miss Susan
It. Anthony and Ilov.Anna Shaw havo
tendered their services to the Popu
list state central committee for a
month of the campaign which lias
just opened. Tho offer has been ac
cepted. Miss Anthony will discuss
the suffrage question only, but it is
authoritatively stated that Rev. Shaw
will stand squarely upon the Populist
platform and defend the princljiloH of
the party. Mrs, Anna Diggs will also
spend the most of the season in Kan
sas in the Interest of the suffrage
cause. Mrs. Mary E. Lease has not
been heard from lately, but she said
a few weeks ngo that she would put
in at least a month on the Kansas
stump on behalf of the amendment.
Found Dead In a Creek.
Atchison, Kan., June 18. Joseph
Jacobs, a jeweler of this place, left
home Wednesday morning for the
purpose of going hunting, and
not returning, a search was in
stituted for him. His clothing was
found on the bank of a creek about
four miles south of Atchison late last
evening, uud the luxly of the dead
man was taken out ol the stream a
short time afterward.
six intimate friends, (six rounds were
fought and then Leonard put his man
out with a clever right hand punch.
The preliminaries were all arranged
several dayu ago by Mr. Kilison's
representatives and a purse of 8100
subscribed, all of which was to go to
the winner. The fighters weighed in
at 1110 pounds when they entered the
twelve foot ring, which had been
pitched within the focus of Mr. Edi
son's lust invention, the kinetograph,
which was to catch and preserve
every movement of the pugilists for
tho purpose of reproducing them
FREE TRADERS RIOTOUS.
Member of a Newfoundland Tarty At
tempt to Tako Good 4 Without Outlet.
Sr. Johns, N. F., June 18. A crowd
of men, headed by Speaker Emerson
and other members of the Whlteway
party, tried to take goods from the
wharves yesterday without paying
duty. The whole city police force
was summoned and for two hours had
their hands full in keeping the8 crowd
in check. There were between 2,000
and 3,000 persons collected in tho
vicinity, and in the struggles with
the police many were hurt.
The city is now practically under
mnrtial law. Armed police ore eve ry-
Murray, another White way member
of the assembly, has been tlisfiuaii-
iled, making the tenth. Seven more
are to be tried.
with blood. Tho nurse did every
thing in her power to make him com
fortable, but at 10:15 o'clock when she
was absent from the sick room for a
moment a shot rang out. Site rushed
back to find him lying unconscious
with a revolver beside him and a
ghastly hole in his right temple.
Medical help was speedily sum
moned and Dr. Sowers responded but
when he reached the bedside, Mr.
llayne had breathed his last. Coro
ner Woodward, who had also been
called, soon anncarcd and decided
that the facts were so evident inquest
was unnecessary, lie therefore gave
the necessary certificate of death self
inflicted. . '
The news of the sad event spread
rapidly and tho Pennsylvania delega
tion in congress being notified, W. A.
Stone, M r. , Hay ne's successor in con
gress, came to the house and took
charge of affairs, summoning an un
dertaker and addressing a telegram
to Mrs. Jiayne in Philadelphia.
Mr. llayne wus one of the best
known Republican politicians in Penn
sylvania and was on tho ways and
moans coinniitteo in the last congress,
lie declined to run again for this con
gress on account of ill healt h, and had
since been out of active politics. lie
belonged to the branch of the party of
which Senator Quay is tho head,
A SILVER PLATFORM.
PREMIER CRISPI FIRED AT.
House Democrats Formulate One for llio
Endorsement of Convention.
Washington, June 18, A platform
has been unofficially agreed upon by
a number of Democratic silver mem
bers of the house of representatives
. i . i
as expressive of their views anu as
1ilti.lv to commend Itself to congres-
Alaitks's Mighty Klver Is to lis t'sed for
Th Yukon river Js now to be made
tho i . ne of commerce, and will soon
bft i, Lhated bv regular side-wheel
steamers. The idea is to run regular
boats up and down tho Yukon river for
the purpose of trade and connecting
at St. Michael's island with the Sound
steamers. The new steamer, which is
to bo called the P. II. Weare, had her
frame laid out and fitted at Seattle.
She will be put together on St.
Michael's island, will be 175 feet in
length, twenty-night feet beam and
four feet deep.
The Weare will run up the Yu.ton
.. ,t a ...i. f I- I- 1.
river, the moutlt oi wnicn is auuuu
twenty-five miles from the Island, and
for adistance of 8,290 miles will c.uao
llsh trading posts along tho river. The
trade will be of all kinds of "merchan
dise, ami the returns will hi in gold
ilitat and furs. There will b3 also a
complete assaying outfit on tho steam
er, and everything that a' miner can
use in testing and taking out valuable
mineral from tho ore,
A sawmill will be taken along for
the nurnoso of cutting timber for trad
ing stations. Tho Yukon river is only
navigable during July, August ana
September, -and, for the present, only
three or four trips may ba made dur
ing the year.
Worthy of Wltelt-Burning- Dty.
A Kentucky llantist minister says
that some years ago a ltaptist church
In that state tried a man for kissing
his wife. The formulated charga was
I entered "Unbecoming levity." The
gentleman accused had been from
home several weeks on business, ana
on his return met his wife at the meet-
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STAXbaSD 01STSA TIMS.
ArrlTsl sod departure ef trslns csirylss m
iners st L-Uicoin, weo, iraiss maraaa
Dslly, t, USIly except bunasys juauy r
MoodsT', I, liulljr except Saturday L Sundsjrj
only: 1, Tuesasys, 'inuraay aua owvurw
os Monday, Weduesday sad Friday
BurlUiffton Missouri River.
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Ticket sfflcos st dopot, Sersntb ssd P stii sei
ooroerientn soa u sta.
ST. LOUIS.' - MISSOURI
Plattsmouth, rls 8a. I
lleoa ana uouisvuia
Omubs and CIiIcsks
via Ashland cut-on..
Ashland, Omsbs sad
Crete, Hastings sod
St. Fraud sud Ooer-1
to uonvor soa coast
Crt, Bestrlos sad
Washington sod Con
Enukott as Bod
Bonnet, Syracuse, Ne-
braHks city ana oast
Grand Island Broken
Mow, Alliance, New
castle, feherldau snd
Seward, York, snd
Grand Island.... ....
Atchison, St. Joe,
Kansas uity, at.
Louis snd south....
Tecumseb snd Table
Milford, David City,
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An Asaln Makes a iieprate r.uor.
to Kill the Italian Ntateaman.
ILmr. .limn 18. Premier Crlsni was
.., . - !....,.. .,,. I . . , , ., . a I.
tlrivinsr from his residence to me siouai conventions , coucmciv ng house, ana in ino proseiiuo ui vuo
n,mi,. ,,f n..nntin In a closed ear- ino the silver, tariff and other Issues. ,.,ncreu-atlon embraced her with a
.,.1.,...-V. w , - - I , , ., . ., ,1 - .. J
riaire to-day, when a man loitering i no purpose is w nave .whtcuhuh houndlnjr sinacn on me nps. m
on the sidewalk put his hand into his adopt uniform plunks on these sub- tho 8Uid old deacons were so shocked
into the street to the carriacre. lie
then lifted his revolver, took quieic
aim at the premier and fired.
Siirnor Crispi was uninjured, nnd
sprauirout of his carriage with the
Intention t seizing me woum-uo
assassin. Tho latter, however, was
almost immediately seUeu uy a num
ber of people attracted by the report
of the revolver.
are in fnvor ot tarirr tor rev- r,intlua.ttI1 wa8 arraiirned on the
enne only, ana indorse tne iison out ,. ,, .luminal
ns it passed the house as the nearest aoove t'. " .7"
,M . . . . i I m .1... ..I.....I, I... nrt.niiinir l.n hi HIS
proach. to sucn a tarin utiainaoie a irom nc uuun-u j UB.v....s ----
tCtlltor l row i In Mother Haliliartl.
Wu uiTA, Kan., June l.-AtKlnif
man last ulirht when Editor ltrown
returned from the Populist eoiiveii'
tloit, where ho bjtterly fought
woman's sutTratre, was met at the
tlciMit, tsken from the side of his wife,
clothed in a mother hubltitrd dross
and sun-iHitinet sud compelled to
march thmuifh Ihe streets Itefure a
tra band, l'hc (rieu.ls wf tvnuaiu
SUltrajfv did It.
Hruarr I lark MucWr4.
Ht. In is. M.. June -Th body
rf Itett Oliver t'lsrk, the prominent
board of tra.U broker who has ttevit
inlsjsiii from this city since )t
day, was discovered lit tne river near
I'estus, Mv The conmer' Jury Vihleh
hold the tniut found verdict thai
t'lsrk caute tt Ida tlealk by violence,
Ids skull ttaviiiir bvn erushed lit.
m Ware! I ta lavtne uai.
WashiUv'i', June lalvU'
rmy of Industrial whUh resoii d
this eity isiiue time after t',y'e ew
tinifeHt, and have teen nearly all the
tliHM at llvatlsville, ha Iwcoma
weary uf waitlatr for soMttthlng to
turn nis and mow eontempiau i
mareh from her ti the facilic coast.
t ' (till lutrMlae4.
WsuiMwtoN, Juan II The Coicy
bill for fftMsl roads ami Hon iutoret-
Iwarlnf (Htads which imitator elf er
a ik squabs, baa Wra la-
GENERAL BENNETT MISSING.
The Commonweal l.eatler iiinappeart
With aiOU Aruiy luiitla.
Kaxsas t'lTV. Mo,. June 1. Gen
eral Hennctt, who left the camp of
bis comitionweal army In the cast
bottoms Thursday nlirht with SU3
collected at the convention of Kansas
Populists, saying that be was going
to purchase bouts to transport his
men down the Missouri river, has not
been seen since.
A. u V. W. 4imr.
r'KAKnsttt, June l,The fol
lowing supreme tiilleer of the A, .
I'. . were elected; Master work
man, bui U Troy, lllinoia; foieittun,
Joseph Y Ulggs Kansas. itvereer, J.
15. Tst, Nebraska! recorder, M. .
hunrUet; reeetner, Jidtn J. AcUeri
liiedieal essmuier, lr. . t, Ulcliartl-
son; guttle. Joint .Mime, wniano;
waUduimo. It r. elgcr, Mtchiani
trustees. t, II Katictistciu, lal lor
ftlws II. ' hcsloii. lukoU, A. II. Ver
milye, New Jersey.
MatteUae l'lla4 Ike lake.
WuirNt. MlttiK, Mich, June I.
Mvleliue Pollard arrived beta to-dsy
on the sleautrr IVerWs with a party
of friends. IU-r naue did ih1 appear
I on the passenger bl, but she was rve
oftiUaHi iv one l me iuenfr.
Alter ssiading the day in Ike illy
siirht seeing she will leave nil the t'lly
of huluin for t hl. a.'o.
Kts Citr. Ms, June U,-tWar
Arnold was aiHiU 4 of the amrder
f !s.rge It I'arkrr by a jury Iu the
clreatt cwwrt at Idberty. 1 he tntmlor
"We are In favor of the income tax
as a permanent part of our fiscal sys
tem, and welcome it as a step toward
the restoration of equality in taxation.
"We are In favor of the immediate
restoration of the free and unlimited
coinuire of silver at the present ratio,
without waiting for the aid or consent
of any other nation on earth
"We believe that all paper money
should le issued bv the irenerul irov-
eminent, and should be made a full
legal tender for all debts, public and
in- vate. and that lieieauer no con
tracts for a particular kind of money
khutilil tie iwrniit ted.
"We are Iu favor of the election of
Pulled States senators by a direct
vote of the people."
EIGHT THOUSAND MUST CO.
kissing at home In the future.
Clirglng a 1 10-Ton un.
There are nine UO-ton guns In the
Hrlttsh navy at the present time, The
projectile tired from thesa guns when
attacking ship or forti weighs ex-
aetlv l.MK) pounds and leaves ino
mu..le with a velocity or s.uw icet,
mr second, and has a destructive
enerirc cuual to 55,305 foot tons When
the monster engines of ileum ar. to no
turned noon nit itruiv of in n or
flotilla of shin tltey are hia le.l w ith
cylinders of steel, and ea di of whl-f'i is
tilled with J. 3iut fiiur-otiu'e IniU'l.
The amount of pow ler usud ben.nd
such proje tile is sometiiliigenormous
piio pouinls to each clung
Intruilvr tlrilvrvtt lu I the
taw Salloa Itrlore lhuraiUr,
II aHTsitousk., I. T., June is. -The
lndleattoiis are that there will be a
ireueral enotltit of Intruders from the
1 losjlaw nation Into t'te nelghlHii tug
s4. Ity of a l4
Morris Thompson. I'.ast Cain,
whi, sitting reading his paper otos e
nlng, when a d.g came to his door ami
b-ifan scratching- H "u "m
il... .l., rriiii toward the orchard. Mr,
t'hoiniison returned again to His re.m
states which will keep the I'nited I and om1 more the dog came U the
Mates trsaips occupied for some time
to eome. A circuit Judge has stated
that ejectment ot the striking miners
wastutlhe liiiriuiiinif oi what nas
In follow; that every intruder, lire.
siteettve of iH-cuimUoii or position.
would l reuiovctl, now mat tne wait
had Wen put In motion. This will
retail in the election of about e.tss)
white. If fully curried out. Many In
truder are still hiding, t otonel An-
drew has served li"lic on the
families of Kiu li that they lntt e
move from th territory ttcst
Thursday or Ins removed by hint.
A laatltHt t.M SiaiWr t !.
I'i sav. U., June H.--J. H hsuford,
alias 'Hitter t'reel;," on trial here f.r
horse Holing, has confessed that ha
la a noiuUr of hc noted Itollon
isiiif. He was artested near thl
idaea tw months ago after a hard
tbior sud beiran a. taU'hlng This time
Mr. Thompson followed the dog tnl
the orchard, and there up a tree th
hi.t sarcJ vt coons, lilad he
was whet Mft TUmnpsoef came U hi
asltance. and with the aid ol the
dog both tssnis were eaptureil
Waat4 ta team Meakey laae.
A remarkable reuuest was recelv
recently at Ihe ofllca of the Providence
park cointnts'donera oi M i.oua ni
illy has estanUshed an animal depart
meat at the linger wtuiama iara aim
aimiuii other attractions I a rage oil
nu.nketa J. It ThoaStt. of tk t'lly
kvrllaw that lint a tthllotoifUl Slid
would like to have pcrmtvdon toentei
the monkey' and Bit there or a
time that he ir study the cries mI
theae animala He belierrs they bae
' tn n( their v.
Chicago, Book Island 41 Paolrto.
Psssenger ststion oornerO snd Tweotlilh Bia.
liny omue, ino J oirvcu.
tf NO BOILER.
fc'ant express to Tope-1
lis, iian. city, ana
all points in Kansas
Oklahoma, snd Tea
Local freight accom
Local frelk-bt accom
Fastexp for Omaha,
Co. Hums, u.ftioines
St.Paul, Chic, a east
Fastexp to Denver,
Col. (springs, rues
lo and west
Local pais for Omsbs
ana council uiuni.
t I Ws.m.
t!2 88 p.m.
4:03 p. at
1 10:11 p.m.,
1 10:11 p.m.
til M s.as.
je 4:00 p.m.
e I Hp.m
TJnloD Paclflo Railway.
Depot corner O snd Fourth street. City ticket
om?e iih yj sireei.
GASOLINE TRACTION ENGINE
OPERATED FOR ONE-HALF THE
EXPENSE OF STEAM TRACTION.
NecU no water hauler, no coal, wood or
. .u ainin. imuao. aimiaa w.u.. ....
.tl'.lliiv itt lire or explosion. Needs no Kn
giitcer or Fireman, started In S minim. Juat
tbe tiling for ine r arm. w me ir rai"Bu.
THE VAN DUZEN
OAS AND GASOLINE ENGINE CO.,
Ouiaha,Co. Bluffs, Chli
csko. vsuey, eaavf
and wen )
Manhattan, east, i
west, Topeka, Kan-
ssit Ctv. eaht, south I
David City Btromsbrg
SiouxCliy.Davldt Hy 1
hull Lake, Helena,
fan Francisco and
Ilealrleo Cortland ....
1 8:i0s. m.
t 5:00 p.m.
18:25 p. ta
10:10 a. m
t:i0 S. m.
Missouri Paclflo Railway.
Ticket offices st depot snd corner of Tweltt
anu u sireaia
Auburn snd Nebrsaks I ;Miuim im. .
CUV Eivrens f 11.50 p.m. 100 p. SS.
St.I.outsduy etprea.. ll sOp.m teOpss.
Auhum snd Kebrssks I , g M .s u,-
I'ltv Ki press ( ' " s ees. a.
St l.ouls nls-ht exp ... Spa MHts,
aJ . '
remont, Klkhora 41 HUeourl Taller
(osieaeo sorts wstvisf 1,111. )
Depot comer F-lxbth and H itreets. City Item
et emte uu u street.
llcst engine on wheels, safest boiler,
uses least fuel l draw heaviest lod
rsn't be tMi-at in any particubir. V, Itta
vteior Henarstor. Victory HelM-red.
rr, AatomaU Htacker and Hugger
Attachment. wit toinideva line if
1't.ra.a.llinir Machiuery. Only complete
steam out til awarded medal and two
diploma at Um WuW'a Fair, .wU
Write for catalogue.
Chlt'SiiO and esst......
r rem t imli Mom
i'lty St I'sul tiiiliii
Molu s t'lerre.Aber
VVaboo IVemost, Nr
luis, O Nelll. 1,0114
Inn ( hatlr.m, ( se
mi Hot spr tp.
1,11 lit, Ismdwood ,
Prniuuiit SiHOBi Sat a
tf tas m
l ap m
T ms m
f I Hp m
it ess a
It M p es,
v hi p. as,
Via the Missouri Psciftt Kuute.
Da the seooad TiMetlaj In Deoainhef
hud, Jsouary.PeUrusry, March, April
and May. 1U, the Missouri I'aolflo
IUiuU will sell round trio tlokete to all
Tit nil!.TtattUiinitkiH Co. :iv.r.,.V",,rr,:)rii.,;j:
W Xj. PAULi
Offea. ( O Ht, UNt'tll.N. NKH
Teiaa and Oklahoma, New Wo tiro aad
Indian lerrUory, Come and Uke ft
trip tilth south, putt, Daniiu., Q.
t'ail t Mo Nttterwaa t. tor
arriaev wafiMss. binder, ftad al)
Ue North waster ft lla to Cftr4,
U rftVe. M Wtlaa. USo ,1 '
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