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TIIE WEALTH MAKERS.
June 23, 1894
HEAD OF THE FRENCH REPUB
DOHE BY AN ITALIAN ANARCHIST.
Blabbed to Irth la tha MlUt of a Tub
Uo rlo Held In Ilia Honor Tint A f
fair Caueea the rrofonndKUt Beo
Heard on Every Hand.
A national TrTly.
Paius, Juno 24. badi Carnot, presi
dent of the republic, wai stabbed mor
tally about 0:13 tills evonlng in Lyon
j Giovanni Santo, an Italian anar
chist twenty -ona years old.
President Carnot went to Lyons to
lilt the exhibition of arU, sciences and
Industries. He left the chamber of com
merce banquet, given in his honor,
thortly after 9 o'clock and walked to his
carriage, which was waiting in tlio
riaco de la Bourse. He had hardly
taken his teat when Santo, a nowipaiter
In his hand, pressed through tho crowd
And sprang upon the carriage step.
President Carnot started slightly. Santo
matched a dagger from tho newspaper
end plunged it Into the present's abdo
men, near the liver. Tho president
sank back unconscious.
lie was taken at once to tho prefecture
and the most skilful surgeons in tho
city were summoned. Meantimo Hun to
The news spread swiftly to every part
of the city. Infuriated crowds filled tho
trects. Before 10 o'clock art Italian
restaurant had been sacked and the
police were obliged to strain every
nerve to protect the Italian consulate.
President Carnot arrived In Lvons yes
terday and intended to romaln thero
over Tuesday. He was accompanied by
General Borlus,. chief of his military
household, most of his other household'
officials, Premier Dupy, M. Bordeaux
nd other members of the cabinet. Ho
was received enthusiastically at tho
station by the mayor and the district
officials, who in twenty-seven landnus,
drawn by horses draped with the tri
color, escorted him and his party to tho
Hotel De Ville, about three kilometres
distant, Cheering crowds filled tho
street and gave the president such a wel
come as ho had seldom received. Thero
was a luncheon at tha hotel anil in tho
evening a dinner at the prefecture.
From the balcony of tho prefecture tho
president reviewed a large torchlight
procession, which was followed by fire
works and an illuminatien.
Today the president and his party paid
a state visit to the exhibition in the Paro
de la Tete d'Oru. Afterward the presi
dent held a reception at tho prefecture.
He planned to go to the Grand theatre
on tho Place do la Corned io this evening
after the banquet at the chamber of
commerce. IIo was in a peculiarly
happy mood during tho banquet and
was noticeably elutud by tho cordiality
of his reception, not only by tho crowd
outside the building, but nlno by the
guests within. " IIo was cheered Incess
antly from tho moment ho left the
chamber of commerce uutil he took the
carriage for the theatre.
The demonstrative enthusiasm of th
crowd caused the confusion which gavo
Panto his opportunity, as he was able to
push his way forward quite unnoticed
until at the step of the carriage. At
&anto sprang away fruiu the carriage
tep and tried to escape he was nfised
and surrounded. But for the prompt
Interferes of the police ho would have
been torn aud trampled to death on the
pot As soon as the police eatricated
Mm front the hands of his raptors they
liurried him off to the station house.
When Santo was within a few tVet ol
the curriage he waved a paper, as if in
tending t present a petition, and thus
threw off their guard the peraons near
est to the president. He was sriatnt ju
as he .was about ti Jump from the stp
and had but half drawn the daggrr.
Hie rrijut had reputed hvmor.
lhages after he was taken to tha pre
fecture, lie sank gradually but stead
ily until I1.il o'clock this morning,
whon he dtvd. Mme, t'arnot and her
two sons Uft pari al II S! Iat .nin
ty vptciat train for Lyons, All the
tntaUters w haeuul4 not git la Lyons
with the prudent wwe la tuiiil at
taa liyM at midnight. The senat
and eltamtwr Mil t convoked Mr
Intuivttiaivly a ft i lite pu.i.Mn was
tabued the hotta-a att-U'Uod to his ear-ta-e
, stalled al a galU p for the
fH turo. The pmiUul lay hmp in
the carriage, Hut wvre tW4 and
liewaa apparently Itfwt. IttsrUI
had t lowsvnvd, so that tha tv h
f the lgK'A tf llijHt tu tlvj l)rd,
) bit Wit i Ip, near the wai, a wt
tWspol M4 the whole My vf his
wwund, llewas Itf U-4 with the gra(rt
tare from the eaulage ana was ram4
ti itia ttMMii wt the IUt IWr 1 1xrte he
was laid va the hod on whivU he had
Wpt A e night Uforts and lr OaUMtta,
the miywr 4 the chy, eiaiuiued the
The young assassin's full name was
given by him at the police station as
Cesare Giovanni Santo, He is nearly
twenty-two years old has a very small
mustache and wore a light brown suit,
with a peaked cap of the same color.
On his way to the station he held his
bead down and glanced continually
right and left as if looking for some
possible means of escape. Upon being
Interrogated he gave his name, but pro
fessed to know too little of the Ian
guage to say much more. His Inability
to speak much French Is rather peculiar,
os bo has lived in Cottc for the last six
months and is believed to have been
considerably longer in the country. He
went from Cotto to Lyons yesterday
A dispatch received at midnight from
Lyons gives this account of the asrassl
nation! . '
President Carnot had already entered
his carriage when the attack was made
upon him by Santo. He bud partaken
of refreshments at the chamber of com
merce and the procession which had es
corted him from tho exhibition hud been
re formed in the Place Dei Cordeliers
and had started for the Grand theatre,
where a gala performance had been ar
ranged In his honor. His carriage had
hurdly moro than started amid the ac
clamations of the thousands, of
spectators, and Preslldent Carnot
was acknowledging the enthusi
astic greetings of the people. In
front of the Credit Lyonnals a man sud
denly ran forward to the carriage,
jumped to the step and stubbnd the
president to tho heart with a dagger
which ho had concealed under his coat.
An eyo witness who was walking
abreast the president carriage with
'Adrian Dupuy, tho premier's brother,
ays that as the president's carriage ap
proached the Credit Lyonnals, his own
attention was attracted by a slight dis
turbance In the front lino of the crowd,
lie then saw the carriage stop. Tho
president hud fallen back against tho
cushions and his face had become livid,
An outcry was raised at once. Hundreds
shouted that an attempt had been made
on tho president's life and tho crowd
seemed sudduuly to go mad with ex
citement. Meanwhilo the assassin had been
felled to the ground from a blow by M,
IMvuud, prefect of the Kliino, IIo was
surrounded by an angry crowd and
cries of ' Lynch him" were heard on all
Bides. ' 1 ' ' w ' "
In fact, had not a mob of mounted
guards surrounded and protected the
,polioo on their way to the station the'
prisoner would have been taken away
from them and beaten to death,
- At 11 ;M o'clock Sunday evening tho
surgeons at tho prefecture issued this,
"Tho president's condition Is alarming,
but not hopeless. The wound is in the
region of the liver. The hemorrahago
which at first was very copious has now
A little more than an hour later tho
president was dead.
At 0 o'clock all who had been invited
to attend the gala performance in tho
president's honor had gathered in the
Grand theatre. Every seat outside o
the boxes was filled. The audience
awaited impatiently for tho arrival of
the presidential party. Suddenly two
men ran up to the main entranco and
called out that the president had been
killed. The news spread swiftly to tho
rear seats of tho theatre and thence
passed like wind over the groat audience.
(A few women cried out in horror, but
the great majority of thoso present
refused to believe the intelli
gence. Several government ofllcials
who wero present left the theatro
immediately to obtain more Informa
tion. It appeared as if all Lyons was at
that moment assembled in the Place de
la Coiuodio and in the adjacent streets.'
The multitude was packed togethur like'
a walL Suddenly a landuu, preceded
by four mounted gendarmes, dashed out
of the Rue do la Kepubliqm. In it were
Adrien Dupuy, Deputy (Imudey and M.
Rivaud, the prefect.
The crowd, mistaking the landuu for
the president's carriage, cried "Viva
Carnot, Viva la Republic." Chaudey,
on the right, and liivaud, on the left,
called from the carriage in tone f uli of
' "Do not shout i an attempt has iul
tHn iirndu upou the Itfu of the prva..
The words had immediate effect upon
the crowd. On etrry side eipirssiont
of execration and revenge tilled ilia air.
The landau was driven to the Grand
theatre. Arriving there M Rivaud and
Chaudey provdHl to the ytv Ual'a
bos. Seeing thnit enter the teiic
rose from thir st In a body. Rivaud
edtamvd tu the front ! th hot aud
Mid In a voice broken by kU,
"The pre! tvnt of the rv-puUHo ha
The atitioiim-eiuvnt caused the creat
es! horror among the au.lirtne. and
riNof "A num. a ihmL" aud '
paiuV art heard l all j-atl ef t$
building U Ruaud, rchUnuing, said
that in the Rue 4 U Ri'inibtuiue a
w Men. ha had approach! M. t.tit
undvr tin piwii t( rvwtt'lug a p'U
tun lUUlwd the i rvsMvnt Hh a datfgor
itte M Riu4 h'sitt Utter
rupwd Uh shunts ' IndtgitatUm and
was heard UH ilillUulty wtwa he
adhd; 'tv not make tny Uk no r
p.iefut Vh h ft M t'arai l W
the hands tf dolors. Yi wilt unWi'
bands ef dtor n will umWiU Khermsn CmwUy and J M K tt
ad tbst Mtldvr th t Uv UiluUm vsA! t,o drv !, h. ks loV U pit
herUbtngAIW4wii)i s.mtw, thelp' dir ant
fosmaaee raitavt Ut iUn i t rumley, who w as both heUsJ a
DASTARDLY OUTRACE ON AD-
JUTANT GENERAL TARSNEY.
CARRIED OFF BY MASKED RUFFIANS.
Callod to m Telnpliona In Colorado
Spring Hotel , at Midnight an
' Hflt.nl by Havon Mankml Mn
found Twrlvn lloura Aftnr
ward Twenty-live Mlli
from tho Hchiio,
Coi,oiiaim Si-itiNOS, Col., June 25.
Adjutant General Tummy of this
state, said to bo a broter of Congress
mun Tursnny of Miswourl and ex-Con-
greasman Tursncy of Michigan, was
kidnapod from th A Initio hotel a few
minutes after midnight this morning-
by marked men, auppoHod to bo ex-
deputy sheriffs, taken to the suburbs
In a hack and thero tarred and leath
ered. Tho outrage was the direct re
sult of the recent Cripple Creek
When police officers arrived General
Ttirsney could not bo found and up to
noon to-day ho had not been heard
from. About J o'clock, however, he
was found at rainier Luke, twenty
live miles uwoy, '
(Jetierul Tarsney had been in tho
city several days attending tint cxn in
itiation of tho urivMud Hull IUH
miners, for whom ho ami Colonel IS,
F. Montgomery of Cripple Creek, ap
peared as attorneys.
OVKW'OWKIIKIt 1ST A IIOTKf- OVVU K.
At five minutes past 13 o'clock u cull
cume over tho telephone of tho Alamo
hotel for Tarsney. Tho clerk sent
the night porter, tho only other man
In thu hotel ollk'u, to call him. He
appeared In a very few minutes and
stepped up to tho 'phone. 1IJ hud
hardly spoken a word Into tho re
ceiver, when two inen, with musks on
their faces, filtered and one advanced
on Tursnev while the other remained
near the door.
"We want you," said tho first
masked man, as the gmiural turned
on hearing footsteps,
"What do you want?" quietly united
"We want you to come with us,"
was the reply,
"But I don't want to go anywhere,"
returned Tarsney, at the sauio time
making an effort to retreat.
At this the imihked man lunged for
ward, pistol in hand and struck
General Tarsney a vicious blow with
the weapon while the masked man
near the door advanced to his com
panion's assistance. Tursney stug
gered toward the olllce counter, but
was ruthlessly selz.-d by tho two
masked men and hurried toward tho
Tho clerk did not Interfere, lie
had been warned to keep his hands olf
by a third masked man who had sud
denly appeared at tho door.
In front of tho hotel two hneks
were standing and four other masked
men were aeen there, Tho general
was hustled into one of the vehicles,
tho masked men scrambled in, the
drivers wero ordered to be off, and tip
the street the party moved at a galop.
In fifteen minutes Police Captain
Oallhright and Ollleers llurlund and
Henry were on horses and riding
furiously in tho direction taken by
tho kidnapers and their victim. Tho
ollleers had a po6r trull to follow for
It wus pitch dark and they only knew
the masked party hod gone out of
town to tho north and they did not
arrive on tho scene In time.
Ct'lOKI.Y TAHUKI) AND I'RATHKKKO.
The drivers of tho two hacks first
brought tho news to town. It was
that tho masked men had taken their
victim to a point near Austin Bluffs
between two and three miles out of
town and covered him over with tar
Sherman Crumley, one of tho
drivers, told the following story:
"My brother and I own. Iho hacks.
Shortly before midnight, two men
came to our stand and said they
wanted to engage two hacks for a
drive. They did not wear masks then.
They told me to drive In front of tho
Alamo. I saw the struggle inside the
hotel otllce and knowing that some
thing unusual wa up I started to
drivB away, but was stopped by men
with masks ou their fue ;s and pistols
(n their hands, AfU'r they all got in
the hack, 1 was told where to drive to
for the Hrt time. They compelled
r.io to whip the horses. On
arriving at a point neur Austin Bluffs
they all got out, They made an aw
fill 'lot o' nol and kept on swearing
and making threat. Several times
on the way out I heard them threaten
Tsrsney'a lite, I think they hud
Tarsnev'a clothes off by the time they
ordered the buck stopped, at leust I
did not see iiiiiny clothes on htm
when I first saw hint on the ground.
They hud a bucket and a brush, and
the dkd was soon done."
A fw minutes later Tarsucyjwa
left lying on the ground and the
iiiaokvd m? it re entered tho carriages
and wro driven to the Rock Uiuud
traeks, TWr they dismissed tlu-ir
drivers, tto pitying them toil aimply
say Wig, 'tlood itlght, Johnny. w
ohi'mo o rt r tu oi xmv.
Drlvur Crumley ,v thtit after the
tar and feather had Wvn apdud,
Tarsnoy was told tu moire n out of
Kl I'asvi con ni i lh.it h it I
wan tod Uher m Cripple Creek or tol
orailo 'Uii', and that If h ever
showed M avain be wutill nu-et a
w ot fate (Uau a doae t tar and
'I ltr was a iMeeUttjf of twenty nv
deputy sheriff at AntU r o W at l
-lok. aud It U bktv. ! ljot
aalust I'Oto-ral laiinjf was hUh I
,V iremeitdvMs m tueetUf tif e l
oits o a hll at 10 tii'linU, at who' It
resolutions were alo ttl tUtH"iniui
I onlia.i tu te ioii4v.,t li
one masked man remained with
Tarsney, ostensibly to show him the
way back to the city. Some of the
men wanted to kill Tarsney, but
thoir, leader held them in check.
Tarsney thanked this man and shook
hands with him.
GOVERNOR WAITE AROUSED.
He Offers a Reward of 1,000 for the
rerpetrator of tha Outrage.
Dknvkb, Col, Juno 25. Governor
Waite was greatly excited over the
outrage committed upon Adjutant
General Tarsney. He offered a reward
of 81,000 for the arrest and conviction
of any of the participants, and at 10
o'clock said that unless Tarsney was
found before noon he would increase
tho reward tJ 8.1,000. He also decided
to go to tho scene at once, Tarsney's
wife and daughters were In the adju
tant generals office, In tho stute
house all morning almost In hysterics.
Mr, Tarsney was appointed adju
tant general of Colorado by Governor
Walte and was tho personal represen
tative of the governor during the po
lice bourd troubles when the militia
wero opposite tho city hall. His un
daunted bearing at that time antag
onized the police and their sympo
thiers, and it was freely stated that
if shooting commenced ho would bo
thu first man to full, In the earlier
stages of tho Cripple Creek trouble ho
wus legal adviser for some of the
miners and since the settlement of tho
strike hud resumed his services in
that capacity. While the militia
wero in tlio field at Cripple Creek he
was again tho direct representative of
tint, governor through whom orders
went transmitted to General J ! rooks.
In this service he ound himself op
Josed once more to mitny of the men
aligned against him at the city hall.
MiH'h Coiniupiit In Washington,
Wahuinoto.v, June Z!i. Tho tarring
and feathering of Adjutant General
Tarsney by thuCripple Creek deputies
was much discussed among members
of the house to-day, He was here
recently and mot many members of
the house, lb has been spoken of as
a possible Populist nominee for con
gress in tho district now represented
by Representative. Hell. If elected it
would bo the third Tarsney brother
to be sent to congress.
Representative Tarsney says that
lie hud understood that his brother
wus In sympathy with tho miners,
although a udjutunt-gencral ho was
at the head of the state militia and
subject to the orders of Governor
Representatives Roll and Penco of
Colorado say that Tarsney and the
militia hud stood between tho posse
of 1,000 deputy sheriffs and the
miners and had prevented the dep
uties from descending on tho miners.
A MASON'S HEART BURIED.
High Honor tu tho Mnmory of a
I'luiinor of the Order In Mexico.
Oakland, Cab, June 25, In Moun
tain View cemetery, to-day, the heart
of Ygnacio Ilerreray Cairo, ono of
the early governors of Mexico and a
Musou whom the members of the
order cull a martyr to. their cause, was
burled with high Masonic honors. It
was in a casket wrapped in Amerlcun
and Mexican (lugs of silk.
April 24, lH'J.t, the heart was brought
from Mexico to Cethsemane chapel
No, 5 of tho Rose Croix in Oakland,
and tho casket In which it was d 'pos
ited was burled In the walls ' the
Masonic temple in it place made
known only to Masons. There it was
kept until the present time.
A monument will mark the spot of
final burial. The foundation stone
will bo laid by the grand lodge of
Masons of the state. .
LECTURER BURBANK DEAD,
Connutopllon Claim Xyo's Former
Nkw Yohk, June 23. Alfred P. Ilur
bank, well known as a lecturer and
reciter, died at his homo in this city
yesterday of. consumption. His wlfo
was with him when ho died. IIo wus
45 years old. Tho funeral will take
pltico to-day at the Little Church
Around the Corner.
Mr. Iturbank traveled with Rill
Nyo several seasons, giving joint en
tcrtninments. Ilnntllt llelgeittli falls Again.
St. Rons. Mo., Juno 25. Head
Guard Ruhr of the jail In passing the
cell of Tfain Robber Hedgepeth
Thursday night sow something gleam
ing through the bars. The instrument
disappeared and ho opened the door,
and after a short time a long, sharp
piece of lrou, partly riled Into a key,
was found back of the cot. Hedge
pcth, who is under seiitenco to twenty-live
years imprisonment, says that
it prisoner who went to the "pen"
gave him thv bar.
failroal Men Wilt AM Miners.
1'rt.Hi.o, Col., Juno 23. Pueblo lodge
of the American Railway Cnloit, with
some 100 men uiu ployed by the len
ver and Rio tirande, I'nlon 1'acltle,
Hettver anrt Gulf; Atchison, Topoka
and Santa IV; Chicago, Rook lvta.it 1
ml twite and MUvmrl IWrle rail
way, has passed resolutions In sym
pathy with striking oal miner, and
tv ted not lo baud in coal mined by
loi't uuU'H men.
ll.olua IndutlrUls MslStua lluata,
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SOU II atl.l AUKnim, rnrkaand kiwiM lo avn ,
umrrai aaiilld nwlal wlillaa, ailrari tin plat, to I
waar offi ruuil. if UMr.iiU-.il to war a llfMlm. goat i
aiiiutonatriiiniiiaiMi ivM ma rnance 01 a ma- ,
(lnni.).iiU.r.Kfrom Jltol(W put aa,aiid ,
Hint with raaily aalra arvlitr, an Kraal la tha '
demand for our Solid MMaTtioud.. Ov.r Una Mil
Hon IhiUar.' worth In dallr um. Cm or aamplaa I
Fra. Aildrua mian.iara NiircrwaMr i
Ill-pt. , Hoalon. Jlaao.
f ) 7C nuft nur ft Natural rtnlih Hafcf farriftMs
V W cti'l'ltMl llb lt lUMfl w Us l, lUr
ut, ami otif im9 sfam mm nwiif. nan at smissia-i-,tU
HniU4.riiait JM'I atHatf it . IiIm
I'l Js;a'Hal. fKKIUHT IWll'i M M'rfwf r4 laf
.Ivanaa, 7t,') sj uaa. Wo ara itm oMsat ai4 bt km.
mswir of our klo4, syltaliH) AmJ nnfiMMiltilf, H'franr'
rurt)iiifliftiatn una. an sail wwhuhlvvi wui m
1 SaX XJf JLjr
" Wal'-X'M I'UlasI rta-ls-fis sxt't III l iiyMlsl-n4,
OXFORD MFO. CO., 340 Wsbiih dilcsga, M.
prlc, WHliPf Tti- imi lot aur mrwHw.m mhwwi
UY "DIRECT PROM PAOTORY" BIHT
At WHOLKNALR FKIGKS, l)llard VtM.
for Houses, liurna, Tlools, all colors, t BAVKl.
MMillcinnn'a iiroilut, In ums 61 yuars. En
dariwd br Urftnio a Fsruiirs' Alllitnrw, Low
tirlfs will sitrtirlH you, WrlUt for samples,
O. W. 1NUEKSOLL, Xb Plymouth at., broolt
lyn, N. Y.
LOCAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
TASD.B0 OIVTS.I, TIBS,
ArrlTsl and departurs of trslns earrylsf 9ff
Sfltisnrs St L.incoin, neo. iraiua uaruwa.
DsiJyi t, Dsiiv ecpt bunasyt ;usii siussv
Moudav: I. Itullvaicaot fiaturdsn I. Suadaro
VMS. Sit a iltii""l-J "i it wi wmj m W
if' 1 1 A . I I. w , T' h . 1 r Mrl
oa MsuOay, wsuuesasy ssa mail raa
BarlUftoa Hlssaarl Rlrsr.
o., a. a q. a. a.
Tlokst sfflcsi st dsriot, Svnth sad P its;
corsor l'sstb and O Hts.
Head and Loulavlll
f t'M m.
l;M i. m
I so p. m.
t t p. m.
1J :80 p.m.
tlj 20 p.m.
1 1 W p. m.
1:80 p. at.
t S p.m.
1 1:63 p. m.
t 4:06 am.
i 10:00 a.m.
: S p.m.
t Mas m.
Omutis sod Cblcsus
vis Ashlsnd cut-off..
Ashlund, Otnsha and
Crsia, lissilnfs sod
Lowsll and Kramer. .
St. Francis asd Ober-1
Holyoks a Ctisyenns....
to Dsnver and coast
Creta, Bestrios aud
WsshltiKloa Sod Con
Enrllcoti as Bsd
Be d net, Byracuss, Ns
brasks city and siist
Orand Jalnnd ilrokea
Mow, Alliance, New
eastle, HbsrldaD and
Seward. York, and
Atclilaos, 8 1. Jos,
Ksnsss City, HU
Louis and south,.,,
Tecumssb sad Tabls
Mllford, David City,
sod Columbus ......
t 4; 40 p. I
Chlcaf o, ftaok Island a Paoifle.
Passsnisr ststloa oornerO and TweotlstS Isa
City offlcs, 104A O Street,
ka, Kan. C1tr, and
all points In Ksnsaa
Oklatioma, and Tas
Loiial freltcht sccom
Local tretKht avcom
Puatexp (or Omaha,
Co. MiiIRb, D.Moines
St.Paul.Chio, a eust
Fastsxp to Dmver,
Col. Springs, fueb
lo and weat
Local puss (or Omaha
and Council Lllufta.
T 1:10 a.m.
tlO: 11 p.m.
Union Pacific Railway.
Depot corner 0 sod Fourth street. City tioket
om.e 1041 0 street,
Omaha,Co Bluffs, Chi I
u .... UU Ut L
i,,Ui vpii.v, v.,r
fin,! wl . I
19:20 b. ra,
t 0:00 p. in
1:10 p. in.
T SOj. in.
t 8 25 P.
110:10 a. n
Matibatian, eat A
David City btrojiabrg
Malt l.aUe, linltma.
fau Franclacu and
i so a. ra.
Mlaaourl I'acllle Kallway.
Ticket offices at depot and corner of Twain
sad O sireeis.
IT s:n f
t ;Ms av
1:40 p, sa,
10:00 s. a
t 4:40 p.
f 4:40 s. aw
Auburs and Nebraska I an no.
t'ltv Ksures U-SOp.m. 100 p a.,
ftt Louiadev eipreas.. lleOpm I 00 p.aa
Auimrn and Nebraaks I ,,.
Cltv r.iprras f a.sa,
Ht Louis nlyhl ep ... 0 SS p at 1 IS a Bja,
raraeut, t lkbora 4) Mlaaourl T allay
(cMiatae sosra wiavsss lias)
Depot totuar KlahtS and S streets. City Tlaa
ei emue IIJ4 O street.
I'hliaiio and eaal.
t riu t ilmaka Mom
t'tia Ml faul HulutS
Matal alloaa t lr
H.al, ( Union te
daa, ttakes ,,,.,
Weiioe, I'ramnal, Nat
tula, O 1. .oi,(
iae I'hailr.ia. t aa
l Hut H, a. Hap.
I.ll i if, alaeH .
1'raiuct.l a.. oi Sal a.
n Ma a
I remcht In la kl. ,.
II lt :nTUI I ItMIU.NH.
Via let Missouri Kscifta rtauta.
II., tt,a uuu....l r..... I- li I
t'j. .'a,TMry, rttur tsry, Match, f
IttmUi ailla. ll roun.l trlti lUSfta! ;
siaUtiits In Twias with tlnal limit t V
lrataU tr.; tlays (rtiiu tlaW tf s..
Mtti tivrrs am allow..4 In Ark ansa
T...M. kli.t I IL, ll. ...... S.a 11. I. .. .
IPU'sa lrUr, l!tnia amt Uka J
lflt t.t Miuta, I'HIU llANttU f
I . i t i i"i iiirv.
I ii i i aiaaa. i - aSaWaiiiiii aim, in. .u
I'aa KurVhwetVira Una
Lo rws. list Iratna
I. . T.iop aa
I 41 pa
i sip as 0 (aa
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