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THE ALLIANCE -IlfDEPBHDEHTK
0KU5MBKB 28, 1803
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AFTER II. DE PARIS.
ANARCHISTS AFTER FRANCE'S
THE EXECUTIONER THREATENED.
Will Kill nia With Bomb It Ha
Take Par la ValiltuU Oalllatialag
A JSarilaroaa Makata Isaa4
' lb story of tha Campas
an J Barcelona Exploolwua
Told by tha Tbrowar.
Paris Dee. 28 'M. I). Paris,"
otherwise Deible-. the public execu
tioner, In reported to have received a
umber ot letter threatening to kill
him with a bomb if be should take
part in Vaillant's executioo. It is
"added tbat the executioner has be
come o alarmed at these threats that
be baa requested permission to retire.
The doctors are displeased tbat
bomb thrower Vaillant's leg, whioh
was so much inflamed, shows no signs
Since his arrest Valllaot lias re
ceived over 3,000 francs in postal
orders and stamps from sympathizers
in all parta of France,
Several of the financial houses have
received menacing letters, notable
among them the Credit Foaeier.
The French anarchist of London
have prepared for distribution here a
manifesto beaded "The Dynauaitard
to the 1'anama Crew," in which tuey
This first dynamite explosion will
not be the last for you wretches
Since 1791, when you converted Paris
into a cbarnel house and massacred
5,000 proletariats, tbe republic lias
been turned into a den of thieves, di
rected successively, by tbe scoundrel,
Thiers, the brute, MacMabon, tbe
thief, Qrevy, and the the manikin,
Carnot, while the poor bounds below
were condemned to white slavery or
to die of starvation in tbe streets
Do you think such a state of things
ean endure? No, revolution will de
vour you; we whom you outlawed wilt
come to the rescue of the starving and
duped poor who cannot wait patiently
like the labor deputies, so-called, be
cause they had no work. These
idiotic and renegade deputies declared
recentlythat you would have them
hot like rata, but they decline to be
blown up with you. Don't hold the
miserable socialist responsible for the
dynamite; they only want to enrich
themselves like you.
After further denouncement of the
Socialists, the manifesto proceeds to
describe the bourgeois class, saying:
We warn those who are demanding
tbe death penalty of Vaillant, who
followed tbe knife of Luuthier,
with a bomb thrown in the midst of
your robbers' cave, look out for your
kins. That was merely a foretaste.
.i . i i
ion inwardly preier aurreouer vo ow
ing blown into shreds and into the
Air. All, even the most despotio
regimes, have ended by yielding to the
revolt of slavery when too late; like
Louis XVI. and Charles X., who lost
their beads, and Louis Phlllippe, who
was beheaded, you, the kings of the
republic, will have to yield, when
there hi nothing to save you, certainly
the Socialist files shall not succeed
you. Vive la revolution soclalet Vive
la Anarchiet '
AVENCINQ "RED" PALLAS.
Aoarohlat Cedina Tall tha story of tha
Cainpoi and Theater Eiploalon.
Bakcklona, Deo. SO. Jose Cedina,
the anarchist who has already con
fessed that he threw the bomb that
eaused. upwards of thirty deatha in
the Liceo theater, has made a further
confession giving details of the crime.
Cedina says that he was selected of
an Anarchist group to assassinate
General Martinez Campos in Septem
ber last In company with two or
three comrades, including Pallas, he
went to view the inarch past of the
troops, it being theu his intenliou to
assassinate General Campos, who was
the reviewing oflker. lie took a po
sition from which it would have been
an easy task to have carried out his
Eroject, but when the troops arrived
is courage failed him. The reason
for thki was that he realised tbat if he
threw a bomb amid the vast crowd
tbat surrounded the general he would
have killed and wounded hundreds of
persona lie had the bomb ready to
throw but the thought of the
many innocent persons tbat would
suffer restrained bun from throw
ing it Pallas, as the time set
for the assassination drew near,
urged him to throw the bomb.
fUwlug tbat he hesitated, Pallas
angrily snatched tbe bomb from btm
eying: "You're no good." Pallas'
aervvs were evidently unstrung by
tbe wrangle and for a time be hesi
tated to throw tbe bomb that be bad
seised Had be thrown It a be origi
nally intended, be would have killed
General Cainpoa, but tbe delay whioh
allowed tbe crowd surging about tbe
reviewing stand to grow thicker saved
tbe life of tbe general,
Pallas, when arrested, and until he
was shot under court martial sentence,
insisted tbat be alone was responsi
ble fr the attempted s slustlm,
and despite the etoae questioning by
tbe aatbortttaa, be never by word be
trayed thai t'edlna or anyone
else bad anything to da with
the crime. It was this fact
ttiat made hint a hero in
lathe eyes of tbe anarchists who
knew alt tbe fact. This led tVdlna
to determine tht be w.nI. give erf
to I'al tea's tbreu '.Let his eset'UtUm
would be ave4 hhorilr after
Palis was shot at Munt Jeivh,
t'edta began his preparation u
avenge bis eumrede's death, and th
splsteloit at tbe l.kno theater M
he M as Owolafs ta
Kansas Cirr. M. IX.
apvne evert at J Sawe Cttr t lp
refuse! to grant the writ ut qua war!
ratio ataed Is tf Mture tlae
Kae utv a las peyer to rvti-
Keew der of Vetera Owsley to shew Vt
bat rlgbt authority be 4tsbsrtd
the dettse f eootwaer V vwtsre
Brighaaa T (' S. CHear. Attaaka -A
Trip t ChlaatMa-a" Play era.
SaltLaee, Utah. Dec 21 At the
Salt Lake theater about 9 o'clock last
eight, Osoar a Young, a crazy son of
the Mormon prophet, Drigham Young,
burst open the door of the theater box
office, rushed into the theater, around
to tbe stage door and dashed across
tbe stajre. The curtain was down and
the actors dressing for the second act
Into the first dressing room be broke
and stood frothing in passion before
Harry Connor, the Well and Strong of
the play, "A Trip to Chinatown,"
which was being presented.
After trying to lock the door, the
maniac demanded the key of Connor,
crying: "I'll teach you to go to New
York and talk about the Danites."
. With a torrent of oaths the madman
pressed upon Connor while the
actresses in the adjoining rooms
At this moment the property man,
Antone Mazzanovich, a match in
strength and size for Young, leaped
upon tbe madman from behind and
Just then a boy was passing with
two swords used in the play. Young
released himself, seized a sword and
began plunging at those around him.
Again the property man caught him
from behind, at the same time catch
ing the hilt of the sword. Those of
the women who had not fainted
runhed to tbeir rooms.
"Don't lynch me, don't lynch roe,"
cried Young as he was forced into the
street and a policeman called.
Youus bad long been regarded as
daft and of late had shown danger
ous tendencies. Those who knew bim
regard the outcome of the stage en
counter as little abort of miraculoua
Young's present spell is said to be the
result of financial troubles.
BLUB FOR THE CREDITORS.
The Bank of Ureenibarf, Kaa.,
Charge ef the State Coininlaitooar.
TorKKA, Kan., Dec. 20. State Bank
Commissioner Breidenthal has taken
possession of tbe Bank of Greens
burg, Kiowa county. Its lia
bilities are $08,000 over f0,000 being
due to the county. Its assets consist
of 911,000 in cash. 150,000 in paper and
128,000 in real estate. The paper and
real estate will not sell for fifty
cents on the dollar. The
bank was established in 1886 with
a capital of 916,500, which in
addition to about 94,000 of the de
posits, was immediately invested In a
bank building. Inquiries have been
recently made of the bank commis
sioner as to the standing of the bank
by persons to whom Its stock has been
offered for sale.
CRAY AOAINST VOORHEES.
Tha Indiana Polltlalan'a Friend 'chant
ing to Seoore the Benatorthlp.
Lapoiitk, Ind., Dec. 20. Strong
efforts are being made, it is said, to
oust Senator Voorhees and make ex
Governor Gray his successor. Tbe
anti-Voorhees movement contemplates
the capture of the state committee by
the Gray faction and the election as
chairman of an enthusiastic supporter
of the ex-governor.
It is understood that the silver
question will cut quite a figure in the
campaign, and an effort will be made
to array the friends of free coinage
against Voorhees on account of his
course in tbe senate.
An Editor la a Dad Sorapo.
Fobt8oott, Kan., Doc. 20. In a
disreputable house in this city this
morning early, Leta Stewart, late of
Springfield, Mo., assaulted with
beer glasses and tumblers II. C. Bran
don, editor of the Lamar, Mo., Demo
crat and then stabbed herself in the
right breast with a dirk knife. The
man was not fatally hurt, but she will
die. The flsrut originated over a letter
which a friend snatched from the wo
man and handed to Brandon, who
began to read it aloud.
Ill Voted for Madliou.
Terbb Haute, Ind., Dec. 20. John
Dawson died at noon yesterday, aged
104 years, 4 months and 8 days. He
was born in Stafford county, Va., near
the birthplace of Washington. He
had fifteen children, thirty grand
children, sixty four-great-grand-children
and ten great-great-grand-child-ren.
lie attended the funeral of
Washington and cast his first vote for
Madison and served in the war of 1813.
llrowueil While Working In a Itrllt.
Oai.kma, Kaa, Dec 25. While Jo
seph Ueison and George Lake were
working in a drift from a pump shaft
in Cooper Hollow last night, water
broke through from an adjoining drift
and rose about twenty feet above the
mouth of their drift Ilolh were
drowned. Their bodies have not been
E J ward M. rt.ld Uaaiarae Mite.
KurrALO, N. Y., Deo. 30. Superin
tendent Andrews has declared Edward
M Field, son of the late Cyrus W.
Field, sane, and he will be aken
bsek to New York to stand trial for
embesilement of funds of the broker
age flnu of which he was the head.
W.ae t Wf giae eaJ Lead Haalaaaa.
WMteCirv, Mo, Deo. SO. The sine
and lead ore salos and shipments were
very light this week Ztue sold at
lit to sit) er tou; lead f IT per thous
and, hhlpiuents this week: Zlae,
Ottrtyals vara, lead, eleven cars; total,
IvavlllMg Ahai ta Write frait.
TtM-aa , Dec Tbe North A marl
ran llevlew bat telegraphed to Gov
rrttur l.ewuing, inviting huu to eon
trlt'uUt an article tr J.vto
wt rdt a '
the tramp u'je)t far tbe February
hautbar u( that insjriMltte, following
Uuvvruur t lower, Ku4lt and Walla
Mlaw It Hrala.
Mtsiin, Ma, Iv& ?4 -News bat
reached here to the tffwt that IWary
.1, Mua eontuiUlaJ tsWide at bis
h i.j.e U MMtbnr O.Weuusty, by
blotting liU braina u ll lived, alvus
ad hu Uniy was avt diaoveied tor
' time after the dnl was to
The well ifctart ttrnvvf
i-euie iMiaterat Albrt A Utirtldtf I -
ie4 The rm has dersl4& aud
fade tt.en.jrf re ey f tk large
tbtalef ! IHAWaat
L Mi A I lllti Al.lkS il KN ft V
Unavoidable. Because of Machinery Steam
HO OTHER HOPE TOS LIBERTY-
Free Coinage and Otbes Remedies But
Strip Leaves From an Evil Tree. It
Mutt be Destroyed Root and Branch.
A Careful Thinker's Views.
Before the introduction of steam and
improved machinery there was but one
class of people living off the product of
another man's labor, and that was tha
land-owning class. AH industries were
carried oo on a small scale. Every
thing being produced by band there
was no room for great employers, and
almost everybody got tbe full product
of bis own labor. Consequently there
was butt poor show for capitalism. By
ucb Blow process as band labor there
could not be a high average weaitb, but
it wss impossible for production to over
take consumption and everybody having
steady employment there was no such
pressing need as at present. Steam,
electricity and Improved machinery be
ing introduced, hand labor had to be
done away with, and tbe greater part of
the world's producers were forced to
work for those who own the machinery.
Instead of getting the full product of
tbeir labor they are forced to take such
wages as tbe changed condition of the
labor market allows them. Wltb every
new labor saving invention thousaads of
men have been thrown out of employ
ment and tbe power of the employers
to rob their men of more of tbe pro
duets ef their labor ha increased. -
As you see, capitalism is the product
of improved machinery, operated by
men who are' forced to work for con
siderable less than the value of their
products. Capital being unpaid labor,
it is impossible for employers to exist
unless tbe workers are willing to work
for less than the value of tbeir products,
and the aggregate wages.of all wage
earners not being sufficient to buy one
half their own products, or the equiva
lent of their labor value, it is self-evident
that they cannot coneume more
than half as much as they produce, and
must thereby be from time to time wltb.
out employment, making a bad thing
worse. The very poverty of the work
ing classes prevents their consuming
the neceesarv food stuffs, aod is the
cause (d tbe farmers getting poor, and
into the clutches of the money-loaner.
Cripple capitalism to some extent, and
you take away tbe inducement to in
vest; because there is some risk In
every undertaking. And the laborers
depending upon capital for employment
will bo thrown on the streets by hun
dreds of thousauds.
Eight hours work, although a necessary
will be only a temporary relief, because
more labor-saving machinery and in
crease in the working population will
soon more than offset the eight hour
advantages. A reduction of hours, not
decreasing net profits of capital, no cure
is possible tbat way. So long aa the
producers of wealth caunot consume the
wealth they create, and part of that
wealth becomes property of ldlerB. so
long must there be misery and slavery
for all the producers.
Free coinage and national railroads
would double the prices for farm pro
ducts and stimulate agriculture to such
an extent that the people would force
Undo Sam to irrigate his 100,000,000
acres of irrigable latsd; and the produc
tion In this country alone would in a
very few years be sufficient to feed
Europe. The introduction of machinery
in Europe throwing millions of men on
the streets without any hope of ever
getting steady employment or higher
wages to make up for dearer necess
aries of life, would force Europeans to
emigrate by millloua every year to any
country of tbe world where land is ob
tainable, especially to Brazil and
Argentine, because these countries
provide free transportation, land, seed,
and Uams to heads of families. And
notlw, European food rosrket would be
lost tarough migration ef food-consumer;
the emigrants would become
food producers, and the very panacea
would thus be the caure of general bank
ruplcy; and all prosperity would be con
centrated in the bands of a few. It is
well known that the crippling of a na
tion's paper money, the national bank
ing tvt, the gold swindle, dernonetlis
tton of silver, donatloa of binds to cor
porsUoiis, railroad robbjry, t)., are
mainly responsible torque rapid con
ii nKa.lon of the country's wealth In
the bauds Of nillliou.lre. But land nd
labor b leg tbe source of a l w alib, ind
tbe wealthy clat.s eniploimg meat all
Ub tu rs whom they pay only t all what
their Utnir Is orlh, It U evident tbat
eventually at) Wealth has to bwiiii
theirs. U Is to be doubted If tha -t
I ! of ibU country would, bo bettor off
Udnvl even If bsd sever bud any of
tbsW olaM leg (elation, bvtatteo fre coin
i4 el 'tie would bar 'd ovwe-pru
dllva lorn broui Irrl.at'oa.
ltd Kmpvaa emuratlot.
ttotti ti'l may say, wU the stogie
cold ttaaCatd must lata t tbe bat
Ily m . IN the gold udil
aa, fvr rodwn aUoual'y fall,
lag Market for all labef aro4eW wltbuut
mj fallUf aff of tbe pivuie's UJelUJ
with ail its consequences, and
foreclosoro. Or la other wo,
landing of all wealth In the hab nds of
Many farmers say, "we can ssfj ye more
and keen our farms. But deal f farmer
consider carefully. Tbe less ju pend
the less the laborers will have fro tpend
to buy your products with. M
farmer, starting at a poor man
rent or buy land on time, and
give, must lose one-tbird of b
The railroads charge robber fl reights,
vour train products are In tbe fihands of
millionaire peculators, your rlieat pro
ducts in the bsnds of the big fcjjur pack
ers. and all vour necessaries in the
the hands of corporations anfd trusts,
with another railroad robber frieight on
top. How will you manage 1 to give
your children a piece of land, especially
when bnd is trettinz scarcer, otti account
of denser aoDulation? Consider this
twice. Tbe production of weafUh being
in the hands of machine-ownjlers, and
production-producing wealth belonging
Oily to the capitalists, there V11I soon
bi but a few with Inherited werjalth and
tbe matses with inherited poverty, or
European conditions. I,
What is then to be done?! On the
one band we baye an overproduction of
food stuff and all labor product! s, caused
by underconsumption, accomif anted by
lmDoverishment of the m afi'ses, and
accumulation of wealth by thtl classes;
on tbe other hand we shoukfi find a
rapid paving off of all indebted! ness, but
soon followed by such a real loverpro
ductionof food-stuffs tbat a 4'eneral,y
bankruptcy is unavoidable
There is but one remedy. Stop com
petition, and replace it by co-operation
or nationalism. Under nation aliim all
leaks and waste will be stopped?. Every
body will hare equal rights and equal
duties. The nation will prodilce every
thing that is called for, but jno more.
No more underconsumption, put no la
bor wasted in overproductior. There
will be no care or worry about notes and
indebtedness, no crimes comi iltted for
money, no Insane through rerwork,
poor feed, anxiety or failures, no trou
bles in the family caused by t io strug
gle for life, no marriages fo ' money,
nor will our nervous system br eak down
through the unavoidable strng gle. U
der nationalism all property r will be
national property, all industries carried
on through tbe nation, all necessaries
distributed on an equal valuation, that
Is everybody, will bave his shpre of the
national products la such a wr as to
suit himself. Money will be (Pone away
with, and stealing
and brlbely wilt be
made impossible. All land
drained and irrigated to inJ
injure cropi in all seasons.
machinery will b3 put in the
the workers, to enable ua to seduce the
number of working hours i 'ore than
one-half. All able persons ho want
to eat must work. All super: ntendents
will be elected by the mea u nder their
supervision. To make abuse ' impossi
ble complaints against super 'isors will
be brought before judges elected for
that purpose (and discharges pronotne
dlf fousd true.) To raise humanity
to undreamt of Intelligence children
will go to school till 21 yearsf old. To
increase inventions and disci: vorles the
nation will provide every man with the
means to carry on investigat 'ons.
For further knowledge rea I national
ly literature, Bellamy V-LooMog Back
ward.'' "The New Nation," "The Com
ing Nation." and many othea books and
weekly papers. Reform papers
Annual Meeting of tbeiK. of L.
The annual meeting o the State
Assembly of the K. of L. o Nebraska
will bo held at Hastings on Thursday,
the fourth day of January, 1894, at 10
The state officers have mauy valuable
suffeestli-ns to lav before tou at the
meeting, and will ask you ' osihtance
in carrying forward the gre t work of
organization, education an i agitation.
Each delegate should ta e a certifi
cate for each ticket which b purchases
so that bo may bave a rebat on his re
A. d'Allemand, S. M. W.
W. T. Mohan, Oea'l Sec'f
Of Interest to Farmer.
All fsrmerani breudeii of wine have
and will have mora or l difficulty
with sows not being able , to deliver
their pigs at fsrroelng thrA To Jose
a farrowable brood sow spring
means, with ber litter, aay from
7a to IJOO loss, at prateui wrloos for
(wtk. Mr. J.N. IMmcrs,o lenpor
la,, has overcome all this Di mity by
bisiateetloa of Ujlmer.' '"teni I'lg
I'tiTiHix. Thev are ratl Ugal a;d
swootb, and are nlce'y tin t
1 and are
as bright as silver, It is I
Is ire a sow wltb thrill as
by the u-i of wire bouks i
ud. Theao forvepe clai
bead or li of the pig aa)
Jure lt a tbe advertl
where for det rlptlou.
l ilbl to
do not la
wtHeo 4. f- Msfteid'a
Is an adveitlsemeM.
Ukkwa LlH Iu4jI
TkkeU wl'.tbwatld TW
3 and 31 and Jan, lt
th r'. K. M. V. and H
It'., alibin a distance of
t fre fr the round trip,
tura W Jaa. 3.1 .I'M.
W. W. ttir '
11 1 J I,
i ntle, at
4 to t
To Loan on Improved Farms
Tf frtlou want tn hnrrnw
j ii ..ww
wjrite me for rates before making your loan. If
Boy tounty, tact and School District Bonds
CAN IT BE TRUE?
IT IS. IT IS.
WE fVILL SEND YOU
Botjh pe fear
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No nporo monopoly prices for art and
literature el tbe mgnest class. (Jul
Aure for all.
The lUosmopolitaa Magazine bas been
i -eduoed to ai.50 a year, Its price
( mt in two, in order that it may be
jrought into the homes of those
who hare been compelled to deny
themselves luxuries. But it is not
liminiahed in size or intrinsically
, cheapened. It will contain the
somlng year 1536 pages of reading
Sy the ablest living authors, vstth oner
1200 illustrations by the best artists.
Three articles in tbe September
number, occupying but small space,
cost the publishers tbe sum of 81666.
AH this and The Alliance-Indk-
(pendent for half price.
AmPn? tke contributors to the Septem
ber Cosmopolitan were William
Dean Howell, Mark Twain, Ex
President Harrison, Walter Besaot,
the famous English novelist, Julian
Hawthorn, and Murat Halstead.
a Jho list of artists at work upon this
(great magazine are found the fol
lowing famous names: Rochegrasse,
Hamilton Giboa, Guillonnet, Kern-
jble, Schwabe, Saunler, Goodhue,
Meaulle, Alice Barber Stephens,
I and others.
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: In tbe homes of th world.
In addition to the facta above stated the
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dent can say that the Cosmopolitan
is on the people's side, a foe to in
justice and oppression. Howell's
"A Traveler from Altruria," which
has been running this year, should
h rnnd hv vrv nnnnllKt. find hw
- j ti i t j
wVuivai na ytxa irk baa fha anlnah
standard of business morality ex
posd. Tb KemarKaoie oner aoove made,
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I aCCOUUU. Comnnimilun.
F. M. WOODS,
Pine Stock Auctioneer.
203 0St., kfpcolp, limhr
A FIVE HORSE POWIR
' In good condition.
cheap ft sold soon. .
Will be sold
Pla Oa HEfkkY,
Corner 11th & M Sta., Lincoln, Neb.
The Missouri Pacific route are sell-
Ing ronnd trip tickets to San Francisco,
?al"1.r.W5-60- Tickets good until
April 30th, 1894.
THROUGH SLEEPERS AND CHAIK CARS.
Hard times cut no figuie with the
tturllngton when It comes to the ac
commodating the traveling public.
The latest additions to thier already
splendid service sre four daily fast ex
press trains between Lincoln and St.
Louis, through reclining chair cars, Puil
mm vestibuled alaanAra ami th. ....
popular dining cars.
Ask Bonnell at B. & M- depot or
Ziemer at city office, cor. 10th and O
streets about these new train to St
Louis and the south.
Morth Western Line Palace Sleeper
a.nd fChloago Train Service.
A palace car for Lincoln people la
now attached dally to the Chicago lim
ited, leaving Lincoln at 1:35. No i better
service, lowest races.
For tickets, berth rAonpvatfnn
wwi. v uuu quu B trtnul. .
Tourists from Minnesota Points
Commencing Ocfobar fith. n. Tnnfio
car leaves Minneaixlis every Thursday
"""""g runs mj rueoio ana via
Albert Lfia to Columbus
riving at 1107 p. m. and there connects
Wui u ur,w ' L & p- tratl No. 13
which will hold at that nnlnt frr
rival of the B. C. R. & N. train carry
ing that car, and via Kansas aitv rrW.
at Pueblo second morning.
neginning uctober 10th, Tourist car
will leave Albert Lea
I J , ... .-"""""J
i j t "uu run via Minneapolis & St.
Louis i Ry. through Angus to Des Molnos,
iimuganmpi, ana were lay over
ana re lasen wes'. on "Big Five" Fri
day morning, and run via Omaha, Lin
coln and Belleville to Pueblo.
Call on Geo. Natterman & Co. for
carriages, wagons, binders, and all
farm implements. We'll use you right.
213 South Ninth St., Lincoln.
See that your tickets read via the
M isou ri Paci ti c rou te for San Francisco. -
Cal. City ticket office 1201 O strea'
TOUU1ST CAR TO CALIFORNIA.
Cheap Rate, Qnlok Trip.
The travel from the north anu north
west territory, tappt d V The Cheat
Koch Islanu 1Ui;tk, has demanded-'
service of this character, and beginning
October 5th, tourist cars will leave
Minneapolis every Thursday morning
and join the regular tourist train out ofV
Chicago every Thursday afternoon at
Columbus Junction, Iowa, at 11 P. M.
Ontral Iowa and tb great west slope
district of the Stat, doraaods and win
receive a simitar nemo, and beginning
October 10th, a PhUllpe-ltouk hland
KxourtloB Car will leave Albert Lea
tvery Tuesday morclug, aod via Liver
uuro. Ft. lode and Angut, will arrive
at D'S Moluos tbat evening, and Wed-
aay a. m. go wett on tbe "Ilig
v,rf via Omaha. Llnoulo ami Italia.
villa, at which lloi It will ioia tha
regular Twadry trata from Chtcatfo.
r'ull mrtioa ar as to uboait mia
Ik ltels he tbis trip and alo a toeMt
of berth la the tourlal oar cb srfuliy
rivoa on apitcaiU'n ti any Crat IU( :
i.iana u mui Tiea.-t Avn, or mmi ( m
iviu'd stations ol ennUttg Uses. 1
Jmu, hcssaruN, O l( A , Chlvago, '
A llUUiAIN-W bave a ti.rklir4
Niair tyldlog Ms.'bla for '.
Tblt i' l has Uia I t um but e.Wr
IUu, auv l aa g-M iu , ,uo
lv lutriM er K'-H'irUi U ma
aoturwd by th IVtinnt Miwr Cj,
wbiva will be fully guaraatd. If ytt
waat eltbar tbe Iwdsr or Motor, write
us tor inthmm.
Aiuamcs iuaitiNa lU.
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