The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894, August 24, 1893, Image 6
-1 s 5 ! i.f 1 ) J 5 j i ' nr i i FOUR BANKS CLOSED SCARCITY OF CASH CAUSES I A PANIC AT LEMABS, IOWA. I HAD LAEGE SOEPLUS ACCOUNTS. Bat War CoBap-ll.a Clow ot AceeuBt of tha InapoeelMtlt f i Getting Keady Money-Correaey I SOU Conauda S rr Cent rranlam In New York Big Qoln Bhlpm.ols. ' Sioitx. Citt, low. An. 19. -The four banks at Lenaars failed to open their doirs this raorninff. They are the First National with $100,000 capl .toA, the Lemars National same capiUl, 'lierwan-American Saving $W,000 capital and the German State bank M,0O0. All hare large surplus ao eounU and had been ranked among the beat ia the state. , The banka closed because of the im possibility of getting cash. All were In good condition for ordinary times, but withdrawals of cash had been steady and collaterals could not be realized on. ' . t amqm km R. (KM) naonla and la twcnty-8ve mllea from here. Tha action of the bank was a complete surprise and has caused a panic in the town. Officers of the banks say they will pay every dollar when tkey can liquidate advantageously. CURRENCY STILL SCARCE, Par Cast Paid fur Cash la Now York. Jew Yobk, Aug. 11 The premium an currency waa a shade higher this worninir at 3 per coat The continued scarcity of currency and fold and the hrevallinir hhrh rates Can o ' oe ac counted for on the ground hat the irold must be irolnir Into trust com panies and savings banks, Spot gold opened at fronj VA to 3 per cent and declined to 2 per cent on tne neavy arrivals. Futures were quoted at V4 for next weck'a dell7ery and IX lor a longer period. The sub-treasury naa a debit bal .ncof .107.5I4 at tho c?rh; LrWS ' " " to-dav and paid $!)5.(M)0t iQ crold and the remnmTit in treasury and I'aUUitttes notes. The loan e of the clearing bouse at it ession this morning issued 9500,000 ad ditional certificates, making the total outstanding $37,880,000. The steamshtn ruerst immarcx, Which arrived here last night, brought $4,449,185 in gold. The steamship Campania, sailing from Liverpool to morrow will have 14,000,000 in gold on Wrd and the Elbe will bring :ioo,000. ChlcSf o Short of Changs. Chicago, Aug. 18. The financial stringency Involving the scarcity of small bill Is becoming more marked. At the ticket sellers' booth at the en trance to the Columbian exposition a f2C bill was presented in yayatent for three tickets and the bill was refused, as change could not be made. Anoth er man offered a 110 in payment for two ticket and this also was refused. A guest at the Palmer house asked for two $5 bills in change for a ten. He was told it could not be given him, Bank refuse to give change for bill even of small denomination and take eff a big discount for cashing New York exchange. A man with a bill of $100 denomination complained of find ing himself virtually penniless. India Overloaded With silver. London, Aug. 10. A special dispatch to the Times from Calcutta says that the absence of demand for Indian council bills is attributed there to the enormous importation of silver during the protracted sittings of the Herchell Indian currency commission. These importations during the year ended March 1, last, amounted to fifteen crores of rupees (150,000,000 rupees) against a normal yearly importation of eight crores (80.000,000 rupees). India Merchant Protest. Bombay, Aug. 19. The chamber of commerce of this city and tJie India Currency association have sent pro tests to the Marquis of Landsowne, viceroy of India, against the sale of India council bill at a prise under 1 4L They state that the action of the council in selling bills at less than 1(1 pence has demoralized trade and is causing Immense loss to the com mercial interests. Springfield Ilauk Mar Resnuie, Srnrarim.i, Ma, Aug. 10. The bink of Marlonville, which is conj nectcd with the bank of Springfield, both of which failed during the last two weeks, resumed business this morning and it is believed the bank of Springfield will be on its feet again In a few weeks. Two of the other de funct banks here are rapidly arrang ing their attaint and may soon renituia. Kngtand'a toid (iolng taat. LoNtHiM, Aug. 14 Gold to the amount of fWMs) wo withdrawn from the Hunk of Knglaud to-dav for shipment to the I'nited States. Three hundred thousand dollars was with drawn for shipment to Toronto. tattla IMaeaaa AIToal !. SrRtsoriti is 111, Aug. l.- Secre tary Scott of the stale board of health has return! from hd wards county, wfaer he and the stale veterinarian have been Investigating the dUeaae among tattle in tuat aud neighboring top a ilea known as anthrax. Twa men. Frank Weema of Juhuaonvlile, Wayne count v, aud Wt lull ol Kilts Mound. lUsiilios eounty, wv Have Wea hatllitf ey devt tattle rshU tt fcrl from the dWe. have Wen at UUed by the d.er but not fatally, I ter tinSWaM im (. ' Sr Ih t, W, Aug. lAlfU front Uolta Jaartion state thsl the two we) tho held tap the l fouis and Sea FrettvUhD train aar ft Jam etrdy were a'rvU.I rr there hu wtoruiaf by the aUvrt.t who ha a totttlete thaia ett.Ua. Th VUm mt flr-e. O.un, Ang. SI. A man BnH Joe ;ilhrt and a martiei woman bib4 Lottie Faldin. from louac.l lhaff. wore arreniea on we sirrri rar okur- s" irtw-r l )ru in in r had noticed the woman earlier in the night 1th C'aillier aud a fellow named Maher, and at S o'clock found her trcsrgling to getaway from them. lie ran up and caught both the men, but let go of Maher to take a revolver from Cailliar'a pocket Maher started to run and he threw the gun at him, knocking off hi hat, which he brought to the station. Mrs. Faddin cried bit terly at the station. She has the ap pearance of respectability, and said the had for hours been trying to get away from the men. but they compelled her to stay with them, taillier waa beld on the charge of carrying con cealed weapons. The police are search ing for Maher. Ten-year-old Jacob Lazerns was crossing Cuming street Saturday morn ing and passed from the rtxar of a west bound train directly in xroni oi one going east. The motormaa, Charles Jacobson, quick as a flash, reached for ward and grasped the boy by the nape of the neck with one hand and with the other he turned off the current, lie held the boy in midair while Conductor lioland, who witnessed the act appi.ea the brakes. Tom Haler. who murderously aa- iaulted John Shepard in a barn Friday night, waa arraigned in police court Saturday morning upon two com plaints. The first was carrying con cealed weapons and the other was as sault and battery. The trial waa set for today. Mr. Shepard was in court and showed a badly bruised head and black eye' He said that he has since learned that Haley wanted to roo him. Boldly Abdaotcd. MiKDieif, Neb., August 81. Mis Jessie Frew, a school teacher of thla place, waa on Thursday of 'last week abducted in broad daylight. It is a most peculiar case. Miss Frew was returning from the morning session of the institute when she was approached by Frank Fickenger, who seized her by the arm and forced her into hi buggy, which was standing near by. lie then went to untie his horse, when Miss Frew jumped from the buggy, but Fickenger again grabbed her and this time held her in the buggy. He v iiere he stopped at a hotel g, Frew a PTllei'plalned her plight thoUrtofd,who hired a rig and arc- hnoU hnma Thla ia tha Vjf fZ A .1 1 1 t.l . A ' A 'fltT Purloined a retrlrled Maa. T.lMOOr.w, Aug. 21. Frank P. Doyle, a bartender from Aspen, Col., was ar rested here Saturday night for an al leged theft of a petrified man. lie is held penllsg the arrival of Sheriff Strwart from Aspen. The prisoner had secured a license Saturday to ex hibit a petrified man, claiming it was once one of the cliff-dwellers. It was this fuct that led to his arrest, a the police had received word to arrest a man with such an article in his pos session. The prisoner tells a straight tory of his possession of it, however, and the police are inclined to believe he is all right. Blount Enroot East. Lincoln, Aug. 21. Minister Blount was a pan sender or the east bound H. St M. flyer yesterday, together with hi wife and a friend. His presence on the train was not made known at the station by any outward evidence, but it was soon noised about that the newly appointed minister to Hawaii was a passenge. He ia on his was home to settle up private affairs. His report to (resident Cleveland concerning his recent mission to Hawaii he refused to livulge. ' Ten Dollar In tha Hole. Lincoln, Aug. 21. While driving out to the lake last evening with his family, I. 11. indwell, ot iiaveiocK, had an ex perience which might have resulted seriously under somewhat different conditions. As he was passing one of the large holes dug for the viaduct sup porters on West O street, his horse shied at something and backed the buggy down into the hole which was partially filled with water. Fortunately no one was injured, but thi buggy waa considerably disligurcd aad Mrs Ed well dropped her purse, containing $10, Into the water. Charged With Cattle Stealing. Ogbino, Neb., Aug. 21. Cattle steal ing on an extensive scale from the stockmen in the northwestern part of Scotts lUuff county has been going on for some ti ne. No clues have been obtainable until recently, but this week complaints were tiled against Charles Urown, Henry Mathews and Ed David, alleging the theft of some twenty-one head. 1 hey were arreted and taken before Judgo 'Hur.v-vt for the prelim inary examination, which is in pro gress ' Tramps Made to Mova On. Wtmohs. Neb., As:?. 21. A gang of about forty tramps that have been camped near town were made to move. It Is thought they did iuotot tlie petty thieving about town John Ake, a coal dealer, left his office for a inumeMt, leaving eight dollars in his pocket book on a chair. S hcnhn returned it was missing. Certain parties are suspected, but no arrest have as yet been made. Kaaravf County Ittttltuta. Mi vim x, Neb., Aug. 51. The four teenth annual institute for Kearney county was held here lat week, with an enrollment of eighty-two teachcra. A go! corps of Inwtructor were pres ent, among whutn was iTOfesaor V. tl, Uardurr of the Wesleyaa university, Lincoln. J ttaltaf . Kaaaamiad. SinMT. Neb., Aug. SI. The di rep. aney lu theaiwouutaof Mark X. Neevea, Utd i retwiver of the Sidney Und oitWe, was fc4iii.f.it'M ily settled Saturduv and Mr. N. fully euiinratHL The amount in question was only fn IWaaai (treat ( amp Mavltag. (n tli un l nte hun lrvd lwoplo st teltdl the ik-rvU'e on h ramp f rouit-U jr4.r. The rhiUlrra lulinf. Wd by UeV, II. W, Shlif, was eHHlail wvll attifivKd, a waa the voting jiijii'a io'tsif. tlli twit and . ISS4 , Nb, A,? It. X heavv rmla fll Irldv ki)lit, ac Mnl.s) bf im'v! UvU K-i,i sttrut. I hi M'Ul Uclo - tut ga wottlirfuM, CrvHl wilt bt t;ttlul ht tht y COOLIE SLAVSrrt IN CUSA, Tla Caia't Terrtb a Kiarta Kith a Itratal faakaiaater. It Is said that the unfortunate Chinamen wae go to Cuba to labor tinder contract, oa Use sugar planta tions there ere held, the most oi them. In a state ( slavery to which the condition of tha negroes before the war was paradise itself. Tha following ia related as a typical case: One of the Chinamen, Tin Chin, presented a frightful aspect His head was as smooth aa a billiard ball, not a vestiga of hair remaining. His face was covered with long, deep scars, the sight of oast eye was lost, hi neck was distorted and his hands were shriveled and bony. Inquiry resulted in learning that ba bad been tha victim of the wrath of ft notorious brutal Spanish planter. One day, three year ago, when Tin Chin and a hundred other coolies were transferring boiling stlgar from tha vats ia pails, the planter or over seer stood at tha entrance to the sugar house, whip in hand, snapping It at the bare bocks o! the coolies as they, bending under tha weight of the buckets, hurried past Tin Chin lagged a moment The planter cut the Chinaman with the whip, and be cause the latter wriggled under the pain of the blow the brutal overseer grabbed up a bucket of the boiling sugar and with an oath, deliberately poured tha eon tent down upon the head of tha Chinaman. lie was scalded from head to foot. Ha fell insensible at the feet of his tor mentor, who savagely kicked tha Chinaman's prostrate body aside and gain took up his position at tho entrance, whip in hand, ready at the lightest provocation to flay alive the next Chinaman who incurred his wrath. That night, under cover of dark' ess, tome of Tin Chin's countrymen carried him to his den, and there ha lay for months, hovering betwjjon - - A. 111. ..1 I lire ana aeatn. wiiumy, elcai treatment otherjnjf;hlch the oolles cmord him. Much rathcrjKrM nla.nte havn n en kiln" die, for then Tin Chin's cont.ant would di with him, and no money would have to be paid for Chin's long years of service. A POSTMASTER WHO TUMBLED Profited by the Fate of Tltoto Who Ilad Cone Before , It was ia a far West village of about 600 people, and the postmaster was so bland and courteous when the mall camtl in that I felt It.my duty to give him a few words of praise. I hev to do it hev to do it," ho whispered ln repljr. 'Como to the door with ipe. D'ye see tljm three graves over tharP" "Yes." 'Them's my predecessors in office three of iem!" "Postmasters who have died, eh?" 'Postmasters who hev been killed, ir wiped out right here because they didn't tumble to human natur' around a postoflice!" u "You roust have a special brand of human nature in this town?" I queried. 'Exactly, sir. Mebby you noticed old Bill Wheelor? He's never got a letter in his lire and probably never will, but when he asks for mall I go over the whole grist and do it mighty careful, too. If I jest said: Nuthin' for you, Bill,' he'd out with his gun and blaze away. Did ye take notice of that one-eyed feller, Jim Hastings? Of course I know thar ain't no letter fur him, but 1 hev to run 'em over and inquire about his health and keep him good-natured. He shot the first postmaster here. P'aps you observed the little old woman with a bundle ander hor arm John Dawson's wife? Her husband shot the second postmas ter because he wouldn't open the of fice Sunday afternoon." And what was the third one shot for?" "Got too high-toned. Uncle Tom Wallace tried to git him out of , bod at midnight to see if there was a let tor fur him, but he bucked. Uncle Tom kinder hated to shoot, but felt that he orter do it fdr an example." And do you get .up nights?" ; "1 don't hev to. I leavo the mail out here in a basket, keep a light urnin' and the door open, and if any one wants to paw the grist over he's at liberty to do it It's the same on Sundays and I ' guens the folks are purty well satisfied with tho way things Is runninY. leastwise I hain't boon shot at in tho four month 1 v had tho placo, and 1 tako that as a sign." ' In i t'lrt'ta, "It U interesting." ho said to the drsnootlu vounir man. "to observe the diltercnt names wo have fur tha same thing. ' "U it?" Of course It is." ho went on. with tha persistence of the man of research. "Take 'lumb,' for instance. When It guts tdd it is called 'sheep.'" "Anyoouy Knows tuat, - "And the sheep, after It I killed, la railed mutton."' "You're getting right around te where you started from," "Howr "When your mutton Is oooked and servt a m our boarding house it be ttwi lainu' again. faatda'S tlMa. "IK you reatUe," said the editor to the foreman, "that you have taken tsrrlele ehaaces on bribing UUcord lato half the families of the city. "Why, no. What's tha mattorf Anjtl.io,- libelous?" No, sin The damage It iMr far reachlug than that of evon a libel could b. 1 tremble thtuk tf the u-otervt hatband and wlvet )$ may hats separated." "ttjr rutting tha bav-U;U a&4 laihioat tM Ui ta pj " Maa foe-fcalr. "I am a ymsr mjn it -aret Inches in height, weigh iss po sound in every mpett. and am to the prrtca who will agree teaeuiiaIo eutu of unuuij u VuJ whom I have tried to fupport, b failed Tha person parehsicg i agree to pay her a certain sum c each week as long a she lives, it for which the purchaser can do i body and soul as be or sbe may I do this only to save a poor lame 65 j ears old, who has proved m w hen all else has deserted me a shared my poverty without grii when she deserved better things, tried every honest means known employment, and now I make t; effort to do some gooa so mat I lesat have soma excuse for exist ..a a ill . I a. I wiiimaxea willing anu aevoie and do not care what becomes o: long ss my mother Is provided for! The foregoing is a copy of af written in a firm, plain hand.T at The World office yestcrd was signed "White Slave." thor, N ilhara Bergmann, wasf by a W orld reporter yesterda noon at his hoae on the first : the rear of 303 Avenue A. slender, with a clear, faircotni light hair, a mustache slightly with red and pleasant blue eye! a n a it . I agea ana anuctea motnerwora calico dress and sat listening the interview, answering her sf and then as he appealed to dates and facts. The pair occupy two smalk very tare of furniture. A stove, chairs, a pine table, an old chest of drawers and a pallet on the floor in the smaller room were the sum total of their possessions. There was not even a bed. The rooms and ever and neat. The young man told his story quietly and intelligently, but it was plain that his troubles had made htm desperate. "I know," said Bergman, "that it is unusual for a man to offer himself for sale, but I am desperate. Monday we are to be dispossessed,, and then mother will be turned out of these rooms. I would not care if it were not for her. . If she were provided for I would gladly lie down on the floor and die. We have struggled against fortune for many years, and hereto fore I have always managed to scrape enough for the rent, but now it seems that every chance is gone. I have now been seven weeks without work, and in that time I have tried every means I could think of to get work, no matter what it might be. I did not go to the street car companies, because I am told that it is necessary to have enough money to pay for a uniform and make a deposit for change. "I never learned a trade. My father was a paper box maker and at the day of his deathhad been in one position twenty-one years. He put mc in the factory, ot which he was foreman, to take my chances along with other boys in learning the trade. After nine months I fell ill "with fever, which left me delicate, and before I had hardly got at work again I was stricken with relapse. My father died ten years ago, when 1 was but 1 7, so you see my opportunity of learning a trade with him was gone early. "I am well and strong now in fact, I am something of an athlete and I do not want charity. I would not accept it and would rather both of us were dead than that we should beg. All I want is work, the hardest , work in the world. i 'My father left my mother very well provided for, but she allowed the money to be invested in a cigar box factory project of a relative, and every cent was lost. During the time of this Venture I . had work in the fac tory, and I put all my energy and in telligetoe into the business. After ward I did odd bits of work and man aged to keep mother and myself very well, but for the last few years an evil genius has seemed to pursue me. I had a place as shipping clerk at Daniel Canty's biscuit factory in ISrooklin, but when the trust absorbed his business I was thrown out. Then I was assistant shipping clerk for the Tieadwell-IIarrisi Baking company, 203 Water street, 111 litis city, but af ter six months' hard work I lost my place. There was no' complaint against me, and I do not know why I failed there. "Since then I have tked out a pre carious livelihood addressing envel ops at 75 cents a thousand on Bar clay street. When there was some thing for me to doand I worked day and night I could make J3 or $) a week, but at I was only a dti lute, many weeks I would bring home but I j. Finally that failed me, ow ing to summer dullness, and here I am. 'My mother wa first ftfilictvd with iheunutUui two years a and tui liecn such ft sufferer tlut one leg has become much shorter Ihan he other, and she cm walk only with great rin and ihukulty. She nwl nwmh. men! and are, and the i.ut that I cantiut wiv tlcm la her dmc tne wild. Her need have putrd mc on through many a weAty )f r and hae tii.uk me duttbf; my c sen tons la Ed work. Hut 1 i i' in Iti ru stuped ti!l." Mr. Jkfgnun sjeak I'nglith ir-uif f"rcn!ly, but sht 1 abiJ m wy llwt her mm vn nltf .tud indutrUui siut tad l-?n to it Utthiul and jentlc ta Ut --New vtk Wot! J, three iiitw Have soils ttsel comer ubiunuel eteel mrw ana kracet; Dot fence wire. Tbey sre uqht, $11100. 81 H PLC m CONSTRUCTION, much cheaper iu wood auii will last a Ufa time I Our mills and towers are ALL BTBKL and are FULLY Gl'AFUNTKBO. Write for price snd clrculsrs. Address. XsnUoulns thl s paper. XIHKW00O WIND ENGINE CO., ArkanaaaCity Kansaa. NOT Adjustable! Warranted Sold direct to ichool oflicera Circular! free. Addreu, Adjustable School SeatUaafgCo, MARCCLLU8, MICH. MONEY AlOiNOPOLY 4 f (lit Edition of 6,000 all sold.) KEW EDITION-ENLARGED. 190 Pages Heavy Paper, Sow Read!. Price, paper Sse; cleth tl.OO. Address Tns Allusck Pes. Co., Lincoln. vh. "Money Monopoly, by E. R. Baker, It pro nounced by reprewntatlve leaden In toe reform caoH to ba the moit comprehemlvs work ever publlihed on th money question.- Every asser tion backed up by undeniable preefi. Truly the Oatllng gun of wago-tlarary against plutocrat!! opprewtlun." lows Tribune, Gen. Wearer's pa per. CHEAP FARM LAUD3 100,000 Acre Just Put Upon tbe Market ! SOLD OH Small Cash Payments AID 5 to 20 Years Time. For map of Nebraska and further particulars, call on or address, STAPLETON LAND COMPANY, 444 BEE BUILDING, OMAHA, SEB. ST. JOSEPH BUGGY CO. St Joseph Biifffi-y Co. Carriages and Buggies at lowest prices. Catalogue, and pries list free. 6th and Messania Sts. St. Joe. Mo. The unknown heirs of L. F. Wyman defen dants, will take notice that on the lltb, day of jmy itwi u. SUK-Kton tn piaiutin nerein filed his petition In the District Court of Lan caster couuty Nebratika ualnst eald defen dant the object and prayer of which U tr.e eancellatlon and satisfying the records ot a certain mortgage bearing date Nov. IMh, 187JV ana ntea or recora on uec. it. tsa, gjven oy one Jamen Theo lore to L. F. Wyman on lot 9 block 185 lu city of Lincoln located on went ne half of the south-west fourth 8c. 35 township 10 range Sean. Von are required to answer said petition on or before the 3rd, day of Sep tember 1803 or 4id petition will be taken us true aim tne prayer therein granted. L. C. Stocktok. By bis Attorney, VV. C. Kraaipton. Half Rata Summer Excursions to tha Black Hills, Ju!y 15 to August 15 tho B. & M. will soli round trip tickets to Hot Springs and Deadwoitil, S. D , at one fire, jrood returulnsr lor ;:0 days. Til's a'lordi an excU)nt opportunity of tuaklnif a ubditp and eojoyablc trip to thcaa cool n-aorts and should ro lukea advautaro of by everyooa con tcmpitttliiK a summer trip. Tickets ami full iaforiQttt'.on at dext or city oftlce, ctrner () od 'IVnth street. A. U. Ziemir, G. l and T, A. MS ST Mi HARD-rJlOUJHED HORSE AND PULLERS CONTROLLED WITH ABSOLUTE EASE RUNAWAYO Tb'iS statoaunt U Row tcpeatoU DniTT'G AUTOMATIO SAFETY BITi iiitr RalAaTUa l'tUliit,kysasutaijM)dkloethehoreaUtoa'riUi. W tArrrv ritoM nuNAwava AtaOLUTCiy CUARANTtCO WITH THIS eiTW Any wr U LV..I .1 AT 1 1 n A 1 1. r I II T wt U ri-i w h ilu!nf tha Hunt tUUti btrt aat 1. Wo 'r 1,8 fc-ie MMI a iintuar) rtfia, Tl ly Wt la tW w-ft4 that t aakfstJ. a.1faralp, w am! 41 b Ik fin kf ' liMriao rravaaiuMi i vrusitj ia AKtmaja, jm iltyHttt iMfAwruyt OR. L, P. DRITTt 37 COLLECI PLACE, NEW YOf1( Vurem in tn U. a. Unt rutcrtal Miatwra. latitat ta II, alaeMat. aaca- Cinclnnatl. PANS JULES 1 rc THE AND BOTUS THE BLOOD. 4lfteUaaw Uaa, Draaeaala. tl .aat'aaaeltilea. a Braata, aaa die , Liver aaa Bawala, T ra BocalBV taiwrlooa te a uaotiluttua. Arm naaMiif tA m alL and elra tra mediate tauaf. ( iul), 75 wma ; Package (4 fcoxMl terad tnrotiira Bearcat onagKfc, .w in. uj an. aim, NS CHEMICAL CO., EET. KK tOEI CITT. eeeeeeaeeeaa I BRAND THE BEST OFING .led for Heuae, Bam. Vvtory or Oit W and eou half the price of .hitifrtai. tie ill is ready for Use, Snd eatily applied by f Send .tamp b aamnlea, and aute ,Ue of XCftXSlOK PAINT BUUflNOCo. .9 Duana St., Now York, M. Y. I will bur patents on s perfect com ' blned planter and Culterrator. Can .nufsctured at half tbe prlre of similar and weighs lets. Also pateits on Stirrup, Bra snd Foot Warmer. For terms sad iculars addreaa. BAIBD, Oaabarg. Hruaewlck Co., Vs. Intniit'' j(!liiMt IfV 13th anil rarnam sta. C MocuiTTiiwrmmsEoaumTWTMitownTM'.' HUGH VAUII8U MF0MUTI0 FS0U a ITU0T Of- TIM UU tt CfeaaMIsM&Paciiicfi Th Direct Itontf to end from CHICAGO, ROCK ULAKD, DAVEKPOBT. JES KOIKES, COUNCIL ELCFF3, Oil AHA, U5COLK, WATEllTOWJf, SIOUX FALLS, M1KNB APOLISl, BT. PAUL. ST JOSEPH. ATtDISON, LKAVEtTtVOBTH, EAKSA1 CITV, TOPEKA, DEN V KB, COLORADO SPRlifOS, ind rCEBLO. Fret Recllntof Cbair Can ta aot from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HCT CUIN808I ao4 DO PG CITY, aad Falar Sleeplns Can brn CHIC AGO. WICHITA aiut HfTCHIKSOK. SCL53 VHSTI3ULE EXPRESS THAiNS cr Thro'jh Coachei, BlMMri, Free Pectlnlpf Chun Orr. anil Wlnlna ( nr. daily brtwaen CHICAGO, DK9 M(KNi.S. COUN'dL BLUFFS, OMAUA and LIS. ':nhH, and twtween CHICAGO aud JiENVER. "OiiOHADO Bi'Jti.Ntis ana rvzniAj .laet. J-if j J 1 i n. 4- ?t" lly. wlr. J t,KU, ioe ilo. .1 W Kaiim, euy ana lupena. luicaiwoDi uany. w;r v.hot or koiiim to ana rrom nan u, roma AunlwiandSKB Fraiicisco. The Direct Liu rroia i-iae. l ent, aiauimu. uimni vi inv Saiutatiums, aod scenic Orandeun of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route lf Faat Expresa Train, dally betnwn Chlrnfn ab. MmnMnulfa and 8b Paul, with THKOUGH IUril.itn Chair Can FREE, to nd from thorn point ami Kan Ita City. Through Chair Car and Stealer t'et.w- Pmrla. Spirit Lake and Sioux Falls via Uork Maivi. Tha Favorite Line to Wat.rtnwn, Bloux FhIK, rnt Summer liasortl aud Bunting anil Fiaulnf Grbaud. ot Ui. Korttiwwt. Far Ttcketa, Maps, Folden, er dealred infbmiatlna tpptr to any Coupon Ticket Outca, or atklrua E. 8T. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN, OenlMnnasei, OenlTkLAFata. Au WEBER OAS AND 4AS0LINE ENQINlT mmpieat and moat eoooouloal Fsllr UaarautaeaL I A bo Mart. It. HwmlM rniM i r. or! Itew Biniatre' altenttoa a aa4 Ouaranteed corn of runnln I eU iwr hour uar II. P. Writ. Sna, 1 r" leaiaiusu. Aaaraaa Drawer I JWettr Gas Euot viitx' mS Kisstsrirv. MA. 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