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2 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : , SATURDAY , ' JULY 23. 1880.
' SHOT FOR THREE DOLLARS
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A Bradsbaw Farmer Fatally Wounded by a
A BREAKFAST TABLE TF1AGEDY
Hoporls oT ItcfrcslilnR Showers ntid
Improving Crops I'rom 31nny
I'oliits In Nebraska Many
A Cold-Illiioilcd Kliootlntr.
HllUiSII.UV.l'l > . , .Inlj 23. iSpwIal I'ole-
Kiam to tlipllr.i. . I riuulfsMntlicnv sliotand
probably filnllv votmik'tl Amliovv Dornii , n
prninincnt farmer llviiiglhiiMMnlIc4 north of
thli nl.tco , tills 11101 niiif ' , . Mntlipnj had been
uorltliiK for Mr. Dnraii for seine time and
had part of hit Infill icntcd. A tlllTercneo
niose bclwocn the inon nbotit n month ao
nor tliclr settlomunt , involving S3 , which
AIntlieny dcclaio ho would liavu or take Do-
ran' * life. Ho purchased a thirty-two culibro
Sinltli t Wesson revolver of A. \ V.Vclnwn ,
of this place , at the time , and remarked on
Iliu btreots that lie had secured something at
the hanlvvniestoio Hint would settle Doran.
lie took thuiovolvcr liome and placed It In
his tmnk. This morning : it the breakfast
. table lie undo mi Insulting icmark concern
ing the victuals , vvhrrcniion Doran ordered
lilm to leave his place. lie vvcnt uu stairs ,
ami comlnu' dovviMvith a cocked icvolvurln
his hand without n moment's vvnriilni ; tired
nt Mr. Doran while hn sat at the table sur
rounded by Ills family. The ball struck
Joian jtmiibovo tlm left nipple , about two ,
Indies over the heart , striking tlm fourth rib
and lollovvlnir It to the shoulder blade ,
vrhero it lodged. Mis. Doran lied from
tlie lioiisoliut was followed by Matueny , who
dlschaiKiHl tlm revolver at her and compelled
her to return to the house under penalty ot
de.ilh. Slio escaped to a neighbors , honuxcr ,
while be vvnsjilcKiiitf up to lea\e and cnvo
the alarm. Mhthciiy then came to lirndshavr
and cave liltnsult un. Dr . Allen and ilnore ,
Of HniiMmvv , and Or. bhiMler , of V'ork , were
called and Micccydeil In extracting the bal' .
air. lei an Is a piospcrous and highly 10-
spwted fanner. Matliony eamo hero last fall
and Is known to be a tioiiulesoinu character.
The Hhoottnc Is pionuiineed by all to luive
been done without the sllKlitest provocation.
The case Is being heaid in Justice Byrne s
court and the pilsoner will undoubtedly ho
liound oxer to ( he distilo.t couit wltnout ball.
] ) oi an will not bo likely to MUV'IVO his in-
Ooc County Blessed.
Ni'.miAsK.v Cirv , Xeb. , .July ii3. [ Special
relfgiam to the Hii.1 : : It has been nilulni ;
here all the aftcinoon , and fonn icports
Katlioredby thuUKi : man thu lain has been
all o\er the county. This Is the lust rain wo
liave had lor the past UNO wee.ks. and means
thousands upon thousands of dollaisfor our
lai mers , as it iiisiiie.s us a good com ciop ,
ilefrnslilutr Sliowors in Brown County.
AmsvvoiiTii , Neb. , July 2.5. [ Special to
the Hr.iJ : The hoi spell is over and copious
chokers are fulling at respectable inteivals.
U'io ! lever heat of an\lety has cooled oil with
the temperature and the ptospoct k > good for
crops beluft as good as in nnvpicvloii.sjcar.
Corn Is earing finely. Farmeis nre windlnc
up their harvesting. Some tlirtehinir has
been done mid the yield is a good aveiaw ,
and thogialn of an excellent quality. No
material damage has been done by the
chough ! except , perhaps , some late oats aio
cut short ,
Pcnilor's Improved Condition.
Pr.Ni > KR , Neb. , July 33. [ Spcci.il to the
UKK.J A welcome rain moistened this sec
tion last night , falling In quite a shower for
boveral hours. Farmers had almost siveu up
all hope of realizing anything Item the late
crops , but no\v \ the prospect is irooil. Wheat
and oats , though short , yield well and is of
The Ponder hou'so has changed hands , 15.
IV. KnikeR going oatoniuVllixby A Dean as-
, jv rj.nmlni ? icontiol , A largo. tent lias been
erected In town In which lellnious .services
have IHMJII hold dm Ins : thu week. The evnn-
colist wlio goes with the tent was unable to
ho licit' , and seivlces weio conducted bv
JlevH. Uoone and Gallup and a liev. Mayne ,
of Omaha. The meetings are well attended.
II. A. llobbs Is building n icsiilcnco on the
noith side. Laud xeekeii are becoming more
iiuincious. The mill Is rapldlv npjminchlng
coiiipletloii. liuslness is rapidly piukiug ui > ,
and moichants are looking eoiresuoiullngly
It Patters In Plntto County.
PLATTI : CnNTKii , Xeb. , July 'Ja [ Special
telo iam to the llii : : j 1'latto county had a
copious rainfall this morning , lasting four
houi > . It did incalculable good to the crops.
AVe will liavo a good Held or biunll piain , and
our coin will be better than last year.
The nicHsed Ilaln.
SrntTvi.KitXeb.t July 1. ( Special Telo-
Eram to the 11:1 : . I This morning , about 3
o'clock" , a heavy rain began falling and In a
short time water was standing In the streets.
Things look considerably freshened up.
The Harvest Assured.
f VAI.KXTIM : , Neb. , July i . [ Special/Tele
gram to the Hee.J The crops of this section
are now fully assured , as vv o were blessed
1 with a heavy rain yesterday.
* The M cnn co Removed.
ILVMi-To.v , Neb. . July 215. iSpecInl to the
UIE.J : List ulght's heavy nilu has removed
the incnaco from our corn crop mid broad
ened tlm visages of our farmet.s and business
men perceptibly. The ciop had not been
damaged much and wo nro almost sure ot u
p < lali ciop If wo do not have and early frost.
The Crops llodocincd.
1'oiiK , Neb. , Julyli'J , [ Special to the Hun.J
A heavy rain has been falling hoie to-day
and last night , which will redeem late corn
and In fact give us a fair nverago of a corn
ciop. Karly com was about cooked by the
continued drouth. Fanners weru leellng
dlsponduntover the situation , and the pies-
cut ralu vv ill redeem their sbatteied hopes.
Kcarnoy Cropx Helped.
KIM.VIV : ! : , Xeh. , July U.J. [ Special lo the
Uii : : | ' 1 ho best rain that has fallen tliN sea
son came last night In gieat abundance. It
\vas the only ( list-class inln of the season.
This Is sunicl.mt to Insiuo a gieat coin crop
. for thh county. Coin In Just beginning to
ear and was needing tlm lain. Wheat Is all
cutand piomises a very good letiun , The
( juullty was line. Oats was not good.
A nioyollHt'H Had Kail.
, YOIIK , Neb , , * July ' "J. [ Special to the
JlKi.l A soilous accident happunbd on the
fitreots heio last night by which Mr. Judge
Chile , n business man , siiitatued n severe in-
jmy. Mr. Clark Is a bleyele ilder mid engaged -
- gaged In aiacoof ijoo jauls on his wheel
iigalna.lohn Ulshop , foreman of the hook
\ "MM liuliler company , on loot. The laeowas
a close oiio until Mr , Olaik'.s wlieol droii > t
into a depiction in the street , thiowlng Sir.
ClaiK tothogiouud with toirlble foiw , splitting -
. ting his umleijiuv in a ten f bio manner. Ho.
\vas atti'iuled by a phj lclan and Is now feel
"Wedded at lloivnrd City ,
llowAiti ) C'n v , N'cb. , July ' . > } . -fCorrespnif
denco ol the Hi E.J Monday , July i'J , wit
nessed thu oeiemouy which united Mr.
Chuiles T , Ken ) on , of llowuid City , and
3Iiss Ojiile Jl. Callen , ot J.eo I'nik , In holy
liiiitt iiiiuiiy. The lU'ieuumy tool ; plnco at the
nt-iiinn'O of the. biido'a mother. UiV. Jas.
A. fl.uk olllcl\ted. (
l-'or Kc-bUtlng Police.
Dr. YI mo : , Neb , , July JO. ( Special Tele-
Kiuiii to the HKI..J The line nnd costs of
AlltUm .lohnson.ouo of the patties who ro-
Blstod the police olllfiiis n tew nlghta n-co ,
Ajtununts ! ) to S'iVJS. TUU Is thu Hist onoof
k-tlio niosecutloua. Tlioothei > are following ,
antl noliuu It isovei komn of our "Taney1' '
r'.tlronswlll mobably have to pay for HelpIng -
Ing ( ho io\\dlos to icslbl Uio oilictij. -
ATI.IXSOS , Neb. , July 22. [ C'orrcs-
< ponUcnccottlmUi.E.jAtUiusoii is build-
Inc very rapidly. Hen O. Collins , of Mar-
shalltown , Jn. , Is putting up a vcr ) ' neat hotel
building with ofllces and stores on rtr t floor ,
and many other solid impro\omcnts. We
are having auotlier heavv rain to-night
making crops w Ithout doubt abundant. '
Kallrond Contrnclnrn Arrive.
UiATiitf : i : , Neb. , July 81. [ Special Tele
gram to the llKi.J : Sevai.il Hock Island tail-
road contractors were in the city to-day ,
among them C'mncy Ilros. , who nave the
grading contract for ( ! ngo county.
Ilo Koolcd AVitti n Jllnnh-Tnli.
NKIIIIASKA. CITY , July St. Alex Hoffman.
n workman In Ueyschlng's brewery , fooled
with a tub of boiling mash , yesterday , and
was nearlv scalded to death.
Mr. Hoffman was a nowcm | loyo and being
on duty alone , started on a tour of Investiga
tion. lie hail gone lulu the second story ,
where the large cast Iron mask-tub Is. and un
screwed the top plate to sco how
the mash was progressing , and
thiough Ignorance or neglect , failed to
turn on Ihe steam. As soon as he had un
screwed the lid sufllclcntly , the power of the
steam blew It oir , It passlnc thioimh the tin
i oof , ami was followed by the boiling mash.
lie did not have time to makn his escape be-
fete he was coveted with the hot mash , which
binned him severely , nnd Imd It not been for
assistance would undoubtedly have resulted
fatally. An it is , his head , fiieo and arms sire
severely burned , but it Is thought ho will bo
all tight In a few woi'ks , as ho Inhaled none
of tlm steam.
Nii.ionNcK : , JiUj 8.1. Mary Kllen , daugh
ter of James Welch , living south of town ,
was killed by a runaway team yesterday.
The young woman was assisting her father
stacking oats. 8ho was standing on the wagon
at the time , and when the team suildonly
started she was thrown out. Her dress
caught on the hayrack , thtovvliig her under ,
Uio wheels sttlklug her temples , bho was
killed almost Instantly.
Joe Miller , a tanner residing twenty miles
noith of town , was kicked In ( ho stomach by
a vicious horae , sustaining Injuiies of a fatal
Killed lly a Tailing Brlilen.
Bn.VTiuci : . Neb. , .Inly W. [ Special Tulc-
gram to the HKI : . ] Word was received hero
this morning tliat Thomas Craham , jr. , of
llolmesvllle , was killed yesterday atternoon.
lie was crossing a bildgo with a steam
tliroshei when the stiucturo gave way , bury
ing him in the creek below , the machine
nnd midge falling on him , breiklng his neck.
Ho was twenty-livo ycais old ank leaves n
wife and two children. The sad aerldent
has completely piostratcd his young wife.
Convention Next October.
Fiiuo.vr ! : , Neb. , July 28. [ Special Tele-
Brain to the Br.i : ] The icpubllcan central
committee of the third district met hero to
night. It was decided to hold Uio congres
sional convention at Fiemout October I , at 8
o'clock p.m. The appmtloument Is on the
same basis us It wns at the slate convention. ,
and Iowa Wentlicr.
For .Ncbiaska nnd Iowa : Local rains , fol
lowed by fair weather , slightly cooler.
A niurdoror of Innocence.
LOUISVIM.I : , Ky. , July 23. At Oregon ,
Oldham county , Wednesday , a school teacher
named Wcston detained tlneo of hla pupils-
little gills seven elsht and nine years of
ate , after the other scholars had left. When
the loom was ele.ued ho locked the door and
dellboiatel.v outraged the three children , lie
was caught , stripped naked , tiedtoatiee
nnd given a bundled lasho-i. He was then
glvon live minutes to leave the county. The
little girls are all in a precarious condition ,
Personal Pnrnjjrnr > hs.
Messers. Lvman Richardson , C. E.
Yost and L. M. Bennett went to Spirit
Lake last night to bring homo their fami
lies , who have been spending the season
at that pleasant resort.
Mrs. J , G. Cowiu and children and the
children of AV. V. Morsa went to Spirit
lake last night. >
George A. JosJyn. antl wife left for St.
Paul , halco Milino tonka and the north
western resorts last evening.
State Senator Metx went to Grand
Real Estate Transfers.
The following tnmsfors worn tiled
July 22 , with the county cleric , and
reported for the UUE by Amos' lloal
Estate Agenov :
Alice O'Donahoc and husband and others
toT J McLean. It 10 blk- , Kilby place add
Omaha , w d 81,200.
Kllzabctu Davis to Edwaid T Polcrson. oK
acres of n K of uvv ! / sec a5-15-12. Douglas
county , w d S3,5CO.
Oeo A Hlakeslee , trustee , to Otis J Demiek ,
part of e K of It 7 blk 33 , Omaha , w d S'JCOO.
( iilbcitM Hitchcock and wito to Kgbert K
French , part of subdivision 1 It 2 Capitol add
Omnha , 11 c SI.
Hichard S JJerlln. single , to li V Morse and
others. It 7 blk 15 , Pattick's : Madd Omaha , w
Joseph Txils and wife to Isaac Brown , It 0
WkSJ , Kountzo Jcltuth's add Omaha , w d ST-
August Doll nnd wife to Clifton K Mnync ,
ejtf ot swjf ot svvl of bee 21-15-lii , Douglas
county , w d 375,000.
Edward T Peterson to John Kirk and oth
ers , o 33 acies of njfof uwKscca3-15-12 ,
Douglas county , w d 5:1,850. :
John Xels and wfc | to W II Marry weather ,
Sncie.sof e of : nseo 18-16-10 , Douglas
county , w d Siili
Mary K Simmons , widow , to Catherine Gen
tleman , nK of It 3 blk 20 K V Smith's add
Omaha , w d S1XK ( ) .
John W Dllhanconnd wife to Percy Snv-
ccr. It 7 blk 5 Klikwood add Omaha.w d 8700.
Percy Snvder , single , to W L Selby , 117 blk
Klrkvrood add Omaha , 11 C.S700.
Henry O Jones and wlio to James M. Swet-
nain , paitof noj ot * oW sec.T-14-lS , Douglas
county , noSi5. !
Mary 1 ; Simpson and husband to Charles Ij
Parrotte. Us1 ! ) , 17 and 18 Taylor's add Omn
ha , w d Sl.OOO.
Dennis Cunnlnglinm and wife to Mary V
ntubelle , Its 7 ami K Auburn Hill blk G Cun-
's subdivision Omaha , w d STOO.
A. JMson , Stttaiilers County : "Tho
people down in my part of the country are
iloing thqir best to support the Grand
Island train , bocnnso , in iv certain sonso.
it is quite n convenience to many of
them , I luivo no doubt it is now paying ,
because it is doing tvvico the amount of
business that thu old Grand Island train
did when is was withdrawn. That train , I
understand , was paying about i:5OuO : a
month. Why was it withdrawn ? Woll.itwas
thobo eastern fellows Hint did that. They
thought onu or. two trains ought to do
nil the worli ol the road between your
oily and 'tho Island.1 But this train
can not bo expected to be. a feourco of
threat ruvunuu to the company for some
time. It will require earo and advertis
ing , and if these are glvon it , it will cor-
thinly bccouiu u # desirable as any ot the
trains hat are now run. "
' Colurn : "I attended lha conven
tion of the National Teachers' associa
tion last week in Tonokn , mainly to converse -
verso with teachers from other parts of
the country in which the frce-toxt-book
system has noon introduced. 1 spoke to
nuito a number of people on the subject ,
Tlm names ot these people , 1 can't now
call , but theio was but ono opinion hold
by all on the subject , and that Is that the
practice is commended. No , it does not
mean that thu books of ono class of ono
year descend nuuassarily to the succeed-
in-r chi.ssof the no\t ye.xrl That is douo
only when the nliildrnn are these of parents -
onts In indigent ctrcumstaneoi. Parents
ifillerontly situated nuy buy the books
for their nhiulrcn. There In nothiii" ' to
prevent thorn from doimj this , even in
this city. "
When P. by ITM ricV , we jr vo her 0.-uorU ( ,
When ( lit was a Child. ho crinl for Cwtori * ,
When th bccuue WUi , ho clunp to Uutoila ,
Wt a ii Li CUUdjcu , the s re tUtia Cwtorli ,
OLD HARRY'S ' HARD HORDE
Details of Devilish Plots to Enthrone Oluoa
in Chicago ,
ANOTHER DYNAMITER SQUEALS.
And llcvcals tlio Cowardly JMnns of
the Murderous Annrclitnts The
Court Hoom Crowded With
Interested Sncutntora ,
The Trlnl of tlio Annrolilsffl.
Cinr.vcio , July SJ. Kmy seat In Judge
Gary's court room was occupied this morning
when Ft an 7. lleln , the llrst witness In the
annrehlst trial , was called to the stand. The
witness said he wns a saloon-keeper ; that
Neche was In his plnco of business , 351 Xorth
Cliiik street , May 3 , and showed him a poster
which witness Identified. Itwnsln the cvcu-
ItiB when Ncelro called ; several men were In
the saloon. Neche left copies ot ( he clfculnr
on the table : ho spoke about the McCorndck
riot ; Ncebc addressed those In the saloon In
a general way and said six or seven men hail
been killed at McCormlck's. Ulood had
Unwed , Neebe said , and he added : "Thero
will come a time , peihans when over > thliiK
will fro the other way. "
The "icvengo" circular la offered In evi
dence by tnu slate , and the witness was
turned over to the counsel for the defense ,
who ret used to cross-examine him.
Another translation fioin an nitlclo ap-
pearlnc In the Arbeltcr Xeltune under dale
of February US , 18SO , and cautioned "The
Intern.iUoual Association of workiuKinnn , "
and giving the platfoim of Utat organization ,
was also ollered by the state. Counsel for
thodetenso pieclpltated a discussion asUi
whether or not the testimony about to bo In
troduced was relevant. 1 ho mint held It
was , as jjolnir to piove. that defendants were
engaged in dlbbcmlimlliij : treasonable lltera-
tuie.At this juncture n young lady , wearing a
fashionable , showy gilt chain about her neck ,
and a dress ot light brown sduT , arose train
n chair In the back part of thu loom and pie-
Eontcd to each of the eight defendants a larco
bouquet of llowors. Kitteen ndnutos prior
the defendants were given ( lowers by homo
lady who came Into court with Mis. 'lllack.
( iitstav Lehman , one ot the conspirators ,
"Wheie did jou live May -I' . " '
"At 41 Ftdton .street. "
How long did jou live there'1
"Six months. "
"How long have you lived In this countrj'.1' "
"Dhl vou attend a meeting at Kelt's hull ,
May : > : " '
"Yes. I was on my way to attend a car
penters'meeting. 1 mut some men ; they
told mo to come to 54 West Lalio street and
attend a meeting. They showed me an ad-
vcitibcmciit In thoArbeiter Zeltung , saying
wo should como there. "
" \Vhodo you mean by we' " '
"The armed section. ! '
"Wlio wasln lliuchah ? "
"A man named Herman. "
"What happened ? ' '
"Someone moved that ainan.beported at
the door. "
"Why ? "
"That no one should'listen in any of J.he
closets. No ono was wanted tp rental n on
tlio sidewalk or stops. " '
' How long did you stay there ? "
"Halt an hour. "
"Wns the meeting In the basement ? "
A map of Neff's saloon w as shown witness ,
who ( iguated the spot where he stood
while listening to Uia proceedings.
" 1 only heard a largo man with a bloiula
mustache say he would take It upon himself
to distilbutc Hand-lulls. "
"AVho Is this nun ? "
' 1 was told afterwards that his name was
' Wlio was there that you know ? "
"beligcr. Thlelc , mvself and brother , Fis
cher , Hreiderfeldtand Herman. T hat Is aboilf
all I icmember. "
"Do jou know Seliger ? "
"Not personally , i s > .iw him once at Xeffs'
hall. " ,
. , t.
- "Would yovCknow him now , ? * ? "i T"r.v , i
"J don't know. " . , - .
Wltnass testiiietl toKoinghoi'no froin the
meeting with Llngir , who wanted him to at
tend a meetinc at Self's hall the night after.
Next afternoon witness vKited hlnee's
hou > c , where he met Huber and bellger and
"What were the people doing there ? " > .
" Woiklng In i coins. They liad cloths tied
about their laces" ' .
"What did you go there foi ? "
"My trieud wanted to buv n revolver. "
"Then wheic did jou go ? "
"Hid vou go back to Llngg't , ? "
"When ? "
"A bout 7 o'clock. I stopped there ten min
"What ? "
were they doing
"Making dynamite bombs and fuses. * '
A piece of fuse and some caps weie shown
to thu witness and ideulilied by him.
"Did Liiigg Give you anything that niter-
noon ? "
"Ves. Ho gave mo a small hanil-satchel
with two bombs , some tusc and home caps in
it. also a tin box. "
"Is this the tin box ? " ( showing one the sl/.o
of a tea caddv. )
"Yes , that Is tlio box ; there was dynamite
in It. Lings said so. "
The witness hald that after siipnot on that
day hewent to the carixsntcr's meeting , but
afterward went to Xo. ffl Lake street and ac
companied by Filend Scmlncko ho went
to Nell's hall on Cjbourno avenue. On
Clybourne avenue ho met Lings and SclUrer.
Some ono remarked that they ought not hti
seen together , and so they wont unXortli
avenue , where they met Thiele. Witness
explained that at 3 o'clock next morning ho
crawled out of bed and took 1he dynamite
and bombs back of Ogden's grove , and went
there on May 10 or 20 with the police oflleer
and obtained the bombs and dynauilto. Wit
ness said ho had belonged to tlio north
side socialist croup , which met at 53
Clybotirne avenue. Theydrlllcd nearly every
Monday night with guns. The latter wcio
kept at witness' houio. Ho explained that § 10
was raised from ttic sale of beer at a dance at
Forus hall on WestLako streetlust Fobinaiy
which wns tinned over to the aimed foico of
carpenters to buy ammunition with , but was
afterward given to Lingg to buy dynamite.
Witness said Llngi ; attended tln > - > o meetings
and brought dynamite. In Fcbiuaiy last ,
witness wild Kneel made a speech at Bb
Clyboumo avenue when ho explained how
easily and cheaply dynamite could bo made ,
nnd how a gas-plpa could bo Idled. Kneel
explained how to 1111 the pieces ot gas-pipe
and how to arrange the fuse , and said the
outer portion of the pipe should bo bound
with wlro and noils , sn that when it ex
ploded it would cause greater havoc. At tlio
meeting when Kugel made this speech wit
ness was clmlrm.in.
The afternoon's work on the part of the
riiosocntiou resembled nothing so much as
the building of a gie.it wall In which , like
bolld coursesof masonry , was Inborlouslyand
unalterably deposited Jaycr after layer of the
moatdamaidng evidence. Attempts at cros-i-
examination were , for the time , despairingly
ah.uuloued by the defense , and when the
practice of severely iiitcrroijatluK the state
witnesses uguln commenced , theto was a no-
tlce-iblo change In the line of attack. An on-
tlroly now theory of the motive- , which actu
ated Spies and his confreres was milcldy
fdiovvn to nave been adopted. This was tliat
the dufendants , far from uelng the dangerous
characters depicted by the lone string ot of-
llcors and roporteis which succeeded each
other on the itand. had been purposely hum
bugging these vvitnesios at every available
oppoitunlty , but tor tlm most laudable pur
pose. They weie s > imnly trying to get up a
t.caru among the capitalists so as lo benefit the
Krne&t Nclr.dorf , tlio first witness , was ono
of these not crosi examined by the attorneys
for the anarchists. He cave important testi
mony corroborating Infoimei Sellger's nar
rative , of the meetings of the socialists , in
cluding the aimed hectlou , just previous to
the throwing of the bomb In the Uaymarket.
Nelndorf was chuliiuan of Uio meeting in
Xepl's hall the nlsht before the event , of
vvhleh Seliger was secietary.
Olllcers Trehom and Sullivan followed
Mcindorf on the witness stand. They testi
fied tlict on the evculnj ; ot the formal open
ing of tha now board of Undo building they
attended In citizens' clothes a liioyUpe on
fihomaikot squaio where Pardons , inn iiery
speech , odvbed his hearers to use the rjllo
and bomb on the members of the board , A
procession was formed by the crowd vyltuiho
purpose ot forcing its way Into the board qf
trade. Mrs. I'arsous was at the head , carry-
J UK u rod liar. A carriage containing a lady
was attacked and the occupant severely in
jured. Both ntlicera told how after thu pro
cession was turned back by the } > ollce. Spies ,
Faisoub uud Fioldeu exhibited to thvut und.
a reporter shells , fi M nnd dynamite at the
Arbcltes I'eltung olllee. Wltli the o weapons
the three defendants said thcj would soon
meet the blood-houuds as they called the
Detective Louis lIoiMiwas at this time put
on the stand. He1 ilc flribed the lindlngot
dj namlto in Arbeiler I'eltung onicc.
Tlio next wltne Siwnji Maui'leo Neff , pro
prietor of the tnloon nd hall at 53 Cly-
hourno avenue. It was there that InfoimeiH
Seliger and LlngiJihp : Irani ! ) niakciK , had ,
the evening of thnMlntmatket riot , caulwl n
half hundred shells llltd ! ; with dvnninltc and
left thorn for distribution tft lho < o wl.o weie
to UM ) them that nlftht , Witness ald that
LliiKK came Into the saiuon shoitly alter " p.
m. acconiDiuled l > jr bellgcr. A man nniued
Mun/enbeix was with ( hem , carr.vlugn lauo
satchel on his shoulder ; He put ( he satchel
nn the counter and.Aftcrwaitls . laid It on the
lloor. Muu7cnboiji'iilc ' > 'cd up thu hag and
led the way , tollowcil hv Kellger and Lings.
Witness had not ieou Munrenberg slnee.
Lliignandbeliger weie In the saloon again
alxnit 11 p. in. Huetmer and the two i.eh-
mans and scicial othei * . names unknown to
witness , hail just arrived and weio tell
ing excitedly of the bomhtliiowhiK In the
Ha ) maikeU AV ittiess gathcicd fiom the talk
of this group that they had
benn present when the riot occuned.
Seller and Llnpg joined the ciowd In fiout
of the bar , and soon w Itness hwud some one
shout " ' fault. "
nngryly : "That's all your
Llnirg was pnitlcliiatlng In the discussion
When thnshout was inised.
William Uurgess and George Schulor tes
tify that they had printed the t cir
cular on orders from the Arbeltcr Xcltung
Fred 1 * . Itosbaclr , n machinist , gave evi
dence that Hudolph Schnaubel , ( the man bo-
llevcd to bo the bomb thrower ) , who w.is In
his employ , did not do any work In the shop
May4. Schnanbcl Said ho had other work
to do ,
The session of the court was prolonccd
nearly nn hour later than usual by the mose-
cution leading fiom the Ai belter Zeltuugtho
plot from the International Working reo-
nlo'.s association and lengthv extracts pub-
shed by Sles | from lietr Most's "Science of
Ilcvolutionary War. "
HOW MORMONDOM IS RECRUITED
Many Proselytes Yearly Shipped from
Kti rope Tlio Authorities
New York Sun : Interest in the Mor-
moti question was aroused anew last
month when tin1 steamer Nevada , Ironi
Liverpool , landed i.50 Latter Day Saints
at Unstlo Gaiden. Among them was a
buventy-three-year-old Dutchman , with
seven wives , raiMjimijfromsixtj to twenty
years of age. Iiliiuh iiuli niition was ex
pressed by Catholic priests aa well as
ministers of other rolimous denomina
tions. It was contended on one side that ,
polygamy bftinp ; stamped as a crime by
tlio laws ot the United States , every man
possession of more than ono wife i.s a
criminal andshould bo refused purniissioti
to land , and that each ono of the plural
wives , trom No. i ! upward , bhould bo sent
back to the country from whence she
came , since she is to be considered a pau
per , because her bo-called Mormon hus
band cannut bo compelled , under Amer
ican legislation , to provide her with
means of existence. The inconsistent
policy of the Koveinment , which ib. Irvine :
hard to eradicate Mormunism in Utah
while allowing thousands of proselytes
to land in this country , was strongly con
For tiio last ' $ n , years the increase of
the Mormon poiiuhtlion iu tlio United
J5 tales has been up6ufU , ) nor centum In
1870 the nuinbun of 4\lormons \ settled in
Salt Lake City , Idaho , Arizona , Washing
ton territory , U yoniing and Colorado
was 100,000 , while in-l 84it was estimated
at about 205,00(7 ( ; , Not less than 12 per
cent of the. increase Jbfurnished by the
immigration frohi Europe. In 1870 , 1,529
Mormons were landed ; in 1891) ) , 1,71)5 ) ; in
1831 , 2.3.23 ; iu 1881 , 1,8U3 ; in 1833 , 1,788.
For the last tensors the yearly average
JUormou immigration has amounted to
1.810. Since January 1 , 1880 , two oxpcj
ditions have reached ( his shore. The one
early in March vtais composed of 300 portions
tions ; the st-condStcfJarred to above , mini-
bored 250 immigrant- , " appears odd
thatfao.ruany MomiAUB should comefroliil
1 Europe , where tnu lavVsagainst polyg-
ani3' are more severe than here , and arc
watchfully enforced by the government ,
As a tact , the sect is not 'recognized ' by
the state authorities in any European
country. Nevertheless , since the Mor
mons have definitely settled in Utah sonic
of the twelve apostles and , under their.
leadership , a number of disciples of tlio
College of Seventy , are yearly sent out to
make proselytes , and the amount of im
migration shows how far they are suc
cessful. They have extended their Held
of evangelization over Switzerland , and
over the northern countries Of Europe
where 1'rote.stantibm is prevalent , es
pecially over the Scandinavian peninsula ,
the Netherlands , Scotland , England , and , '
in later times , over the not thorn part of
Germanv. There is even a small com
munity in thu capital ot the German em
pire. In the southern countries in which
Catholicism predominates , such as Ba
varia , France , Uelgium , Italy , Spain , Ire
land , the Ilhcnish provinces of Uavaria
and. Prussia , tlio apostles and disciples
never found a favoiablo ground for their
"While evangelizing ; the missionaries
arousing all their in lluence iu inducing
tlie neophytes to ojnigrato to Salt Lake
City , the Now Jerusalem. All the neo
phytes belong to the lower classes of
population , are poor' ' and ignorant , and
win gain much by emigration to a ricli
country like Utah. The emigration from
Europe is managed in the following way :
The proselytes' rronl each of the various
countries of Europe , respectively under
the leadership of one elder , congregate
at a fixed day ut Liverpool , where they
are embarked. All the women , with the
exception of ono for each man , are in
scribed on the ship's manifest under their
maiden niunc.s and bound by oath not to
reveal their matrimonial relations to any
body during the journey. From the day
of their embarkation until Suit Lake City
is reached the ciders watch them as a
shepherd watches his herd , m-oventing ,
as much as ponaible , nnygcntilu Ironi approaching
preaching them. As soon us a steamer
containing an expedition of the kind is
sighted outside the bar of the .New York
harbor , II. Hart , fjio Mormon agent in this
city , goes down to Castle Garden ready
to furnUh bail should any of the passan-
gors bo refused landing , Hut such a re-
iusal seldom occurs , us ( ho passenger.- !
have been trained to meet every queilion
of the employes. When'bonds have to
bo given they are piall and apply only
to the lirst yenr'ufUM * the arrival of 1he
individual. Undoi" Uio given circum
stances the commissioners of emigration
have no power tc-i inUsrforo , they having
no ollicial oognizjuicjvpf the fact that ono
or the other immii'raot may bo a polyga-
* < "Wo cannot do. jiUl'tWng , " said Super
intendent Jacksoa , ' 'tihonld wo bo mor
ally certain that.thousands of polygamists -
mists are among the immigrants , As long
as we have no palpable ami legal prools
wo can only apply tlio laws regulating
immigration as in all other instances. "
Commissioners Hauf lt and Starr expressed -
pressed their opinion as inllows ; 'Tho
only means to stop tlio .immigration would
bo the enactment-.by congress of an ox-
onptlon law like that-of 1833 against the
Jlovv Ilo S * > tl e l Her.
Wa hiugton "Critics wealthy Now
Yorker and his lovely daughter were
scateil in their elegant parlor and the girl
"Don't cry , darling ; ihat'a papa's
dear , " ho said , stroking her bandoline
"I will cry , " she said , jerking away
from him ' You sald'I should marry an
English lord and you haven't ' done it. you
mean old thing ! "
"Thoro " he said "it
, thorn , , soothingly ;
was not papa's fault , dear. Hut don't
cry , baby , nnd you shall have onoof these
nice French princes who have recently
been oxpulscd. "
" old fellow " and
"Oh. papayoiuloar ,
she hissed him lavishly and dried her
WAS HARRY SIDDAILS KILLED
An Omaha Detectivoi After Ruble's Mnr-
dcroT , Mysteriously Disappears. .
IS CHAPMAN A BLACKMAILER ?
Two Jtoynl Visitors Poor Farm la-
tlcntfl A Conlldcnco Trick On
to I'rlsco llrevltles nnd
AVns 11 airy Slildnlls Killed ?
The fieU in the brutal uiunlor of Chris
lluhlo , on May 10 , still fresh in the pub-
bio mind , arc made the moro sensational
by the announcement that an Omaha do-
teetlvo lias probably lost Ids life in the
search for Kulilo'j murderer. Detectives
and the loeal atitlioritios went to work
Immediately after the murder and fol
lowed up Jcvery apparent clue , caus
ing the arrest of three or four on stibpi-
piclon , but no tangible results vvero ob
tained. After the o\ciloiuent had died
down , Harry Slddalls , a young do-
toctivc , well knowiv here trhcro
he hud done BOIIIO good work ,
went to Philip Andreas , the nd-
mitiistrator of Huhlo's estate , and laid
before him a clue which ho thought
would lead to the arrest of the murderer.
Ills suspicion fastened upon a fellow
iiamod lionry Derie , who had como hero
from KaiuJas City and made Ruble's ac
quaintance. He had stopped at the City
hotel ( Wirth's ) and at the Elkhorn Val
ley house. At both of these places Ruhlo
paid licrlo's bill or guaranteed it. lloriu
was at the City hotel on the day bcforo
the murder , in Huhlo's company and
was scon drinking with him. boric an
swered the description of the "man in
blue" of whom so much has been said
and so little is Known. Ho disappivucd
on tlie evening of the tragedy and has not
einco been seen. Ho was known
to have come from Kutibns City and had
been heard to remark that ho was going
back as soon as ho could raise money
enough. Mr. Andreas took so kindly to
Siddsdls" clue and belief that he provided -
vided him with funds to go to Kansas
Citv and look for his man. This was
cnrjy in Juno. SiddalLs adopted the
name L. O. Cowie and went on his quest
About u.month ago ho wrote MY. Au-
drcas that ho had found his man and had
arrested a man named John liorie who
had been found in a Swiss boai ding house
\Vyumlotte. . Ho held his man for a
week and was compelled to discharge
hirn as he could not bring Miflicieut ovi-
dencp to hold him , Sidilalls soon after
wrote to Mr. Andreas that he had an
other clue Which would lead him on foot
into the country in the direction of St.
Joseph , and that he cxpecte.d to find his
man working on a farm. This was throe
vvooks ago and since that time nothing
Las boon heard from Siddalls. About two
weeks ago Judge Stenberg read an ac
count in a Leavenwoith paper of a man
being found dead on the railroad track
near that place. From papers m his
pocket ho was supposed to have boon a
iteteetivo named Conic * from Omaha. As
there' was no dctcctivo of that name in
the city nothing was thought of the mat
ter until yesterday , when the judge
learned that Siddalm had been in that
country under a name that could easily be
mistaken for Coates. Mr. Andreas iecls
certain that the man who was found
dead was none other than Siddalls. and
the fact that none of the missing detec-
teotiye's friends know aiightof hisvvhere-
abouts strengthens his belief that Siddall
thu&mot.an .untimely dnath. Isothing is
> "kaowni'oftlio niaimor of his death ,
whether h6 was killed by the cars or met
'his fate similar to that of the unfortunate
llnhlc. An investigation will bo made at
once , cHlier to satisfy Mr. Andreas of
Siddtill'h death or to locate his where
abouts if he is still living.
The revival of the lluhlo case brings
some new facts to light that have not as
yet boon made public. The remittances
that were made to Kuhle from tlio old
country formed his share of ids deceased
father's estate and amounted to some
thing over two thousand dollars.
The largest part of this amount , over
one thousand dollars , was received by
Hiililc early lust spring. The last remit-
mittanoc. about one hundred and fifty
dollars , was sent from Wurtcmbcrg ,
Germany in April , buthas never bucu re
ceived hero , havinc probably been hynt
back from Now York. This is the remit
tance which was said by Mrs.Wirth to bo
cominc to her , but winch for borne rea
son failed to reach its supposed destina
tion. An interesting fact has also been
made known in regard to an attempt
made by Fritz WirtL to obtain poscssiou
of Huhlo's cash. Immediately aftur the
murder of Itnlilo , Wirth made applica
tion to thn authorities in Germany to be
given the power of attorney to take
charge of Hnhlo's affairs. The papers
were made out and sent lo the German
consul at Washington with instructions
to examine into the case and. if Wirth
was found to bo a proper party.
1o give the authority to him.
Whether nn investigation was made or
not is not known , but it is certain that
the desired power of attorney has not
bee-n given to Wirth.
While but little Is being said of the
Ruble case competent parties are confi
dently working upon clues which , it is
promised , will result in an arrest in a
short timu of the man who committed
CHAPMAN A BI.iACItMAII.iBK.
So Says Kx-Govcrnor William t'ltt
"Good o.vpnmg j'oiing man , what can
I do for you ? " was the grouting given tea
a reporter for tlio HGI : laet night by an
elderly gentleman sitting in room 15 of
the Paxton hotel. Tlio Hpcnknr wns ex-
Governor Willtun ! Pitt Kellogg , of Louis
iana , und liis dark eyes , under the bushy
gray oyc-browti , beamed a kindly wel
come ns ho motioned the newspaper miiu
to u seat. "You want to interview mo ,
I suppose. Well , I don't know that 1
liavo got anything to say to you. "
After .a fevvremaiks wore exchanged ,
tlio subject of Mrs. Kellogg's suit against
J. (5. ( Oh apman to recover imicswon of iv
six foot Strip of land on l-aninm street
between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-
fifth streets a legal notion which has
attracted much attention of Into was
"The facts in the case are these , " said
Mr. Kellogg in reply to n leading ques
tion of the reporter. "Jn November ,
18W ( , J purchased from J. ( J. Chapman
about tourtcen nore of land. The first
tpn acres of land were denied all right ,
and there 1ms been no controversy over
at. Hut it was over the last four acres
that tUo trouble nrosu. lioforu the trans
fer was made I was compelled to leave
Omnlm nnd go to the war , I left Chapman -
man to draw up the deed , which ho did
in Ills own hand wilting. Instead of
drawing it correctly he fixed it in such n
way tlmt troub'o has binco arisen over
his description of thoDproperty. Instead
of descriping ( ho lot by saying
"fr6m the southwest corner to the
northwest corner thereof" l,0 said
from the southwest corner 526 feet north
ward. Now when Farnain street came
toIJG surveyed clear through , this left a
strip Pf 'and ' six feet wide on thn north
side of the lot , which rightfully belonged
to me. ( though it wns not included bv tliu
description of the deed ) , and on whlcn 1
pai4 taxes for. twenty-three \ ears. This
jlibcrppancy was .not discovered until
lust year when I was about to sell this
property to Ezra Millnrd und Guy liar-
ton , Chnpmati said nt first that ho would
remedy the matter , but afterwards de
clared that ho would not do it without
nionny. Then he sprang n d black
mailing scheme on me. 1 ollered him
$1,000 to give me a rnit-elahn | deed to the
property , nnd ho immediately jumped up
on his claim to $3,000 I hen 1 knew
what ho was up ( o and I said to my law
yer , Mr.Voolvvorlh \ , 'Not a nickle will
1 give that man now ' Mindjoti , 1 had
tillered him the il,000 ? not beenn u it
rightfully belonged to him , hut simply leave
ave m.v elf tlm A elation and expense of
a suit at law. 1 am determined to light
him until the bitter end "
"How does , it occur that thn suit against
Chapman is Hied iu your wife's name' "
" 'Because 1 deeded the properly ovurlo
her during the troublous period that 1 was
governor of Louisiana. 1 was the butt
of the a sasin's bullets I knew that at
any time 1 was liable lo be taken oil' , ami
1 wanted to have the property safel.in .
her possession , in the event of my death "
"What ntmut Chapman's ch.aigv.-s that
ho bribed you when judge to set aside a
previous sale on the land , under a pend
ing judgment , by oft'ering to sell you the
laud nt a low ligmo ? "
"That is an infamous lie coucctvcd by
that G d scoundrel Chapman n pail
of his scheme of bl.iekmail. Now mark
you the inconsistency of his tale. A man
by tlio name of llancrolt living in Phila
delphia obUiincd against ono Nuckalls , a
heavy judgment. jJuckalls at that time
owned this same property over which the
controversy has arisen. To satisfy this
judgment this land was sold , in the
meantime the property nnd been nur-
chased by Chupman from Nuckalls.
Now ho claims that when chief justice of
Nebraska 1 set nsido the sale of this
land with the understanding that I wan
afterwards to be allowed to buy the land
at alow figure. The order setting aside
the .sale was made in November , 18(5. ( .
whiloldid not puiehaM ) Uio land until
? < ovotiiber , 18Ct ; , ono year later. Now ,
how ridiculous that isl Do you suppose
1 would bo bribed in that fashion , and let
Chapman hold the land ono whole jear
before turninsr it over to me ? Does it
look reasonable , anyway , that 1 would
be bribed by such an unprincipled scoun
drel as that man Chapman , anyway ? I
may have .sot aside the sale. Thousands
of biich cases ate constantly arising , and
1 , of course , don't remember what 1 did
in this uaiticnhir instance. Yes , sir , 1
piopo o to make it hotfor Jim Chapman ,
and I'll prosecute 1dm for perjury as sure
as ho comes into court with his lying al
legations. You'll notice tliat he
didn't swear to the answer
which he filed dunging mo
bribery. The d n rascal darsn't do it.
1 would have him anesled for per
jury to-monow had he done t > o.
"Ilere is an interesting document
which I propose to introduce in evidence
to show where 1 was between November ,
181U , and November , 18W ( , " concluded
ox-Governor Kellogg , taking a small slip
of folded paper f loin his purse. It is said
that this is one of only two such docu
ments now in existence. "
The paper , woi n and time-stained , was a
pas = , written in Gen. Grant's ' well known
shaky handwriting. It is produced ex
actly spelling and all-
February IS , ' Ib03. f
Col. Xellozg , of. 111. , is peimitt a to nass
throiiiih .ul parts ol this department , stopini :
at such inlllt.iiy pots as he may deslie , trav
elling on clmitcicd .stenmeis and on military
railroads. Good until countermanded.
U. S. ( IIIANT ,
TWO KOVALi VISITORS.
Distinguished French Tourists on the
Way West Who They Arc.
In the Pullman slcepor Samoa.attaehed
to the westbound train last night , wore
two distinguished French royalists , the
Baron Sqll/pro / and the Count do Bellasy.
They occupied an elegantly furnished
state room , were accompuuicd by ser
vants , and traveled in truly royal style.
Both gentlemen liavo only been in the
United States a short time and they in
tend to make a very extensive four ot the
country , going across the continent to
San Francisco limt. They are both inti
mate friends of the Due d' Atunalc , lately
expelled from Franco , and while every
action and casually dropped word she wed
on which side their feelings wore , they
preferred to say nothing on French pol-
"The American papers got the news
back to Europe so veryquiek , "rcmaiked
the baron , smilingly , and in very good
English. "Then , too , they are apt to
malco much out of little. "
"Do yon think there will bo any royal
ist troubles ? " was asked.
Then came in Uio indescribable French
shrug of the shoulders , r.nd "Time will
tell. Monsieur , time will tell. "
"The hasty action of the Kepubliqiio
in expelling le due lias called juoro at
tention to tlio old tamilics and royulisls
than they could have done themselves
"chimed in the count. "
"Well never mind , never mind mon
ami , said the baron , " come let us smoke
our cigarettes. Hon jour Monsieur , Bon
Evidentv ! Haron Sillicre , although the
younger of the 'wo tourists , was ap
parently far less communicative on
French n flairs than his companion. Uu
is a splendid specimen oi manhood ,
standing about sK feet live inches , and
possesses the physique of a gladiator. Tlio
French soldier appears in every move
ment , lie served many years with the
Due d'Aunmlo and was with him whim
Ahd el Kailur was defeated nnd in nearly
all his campaigns.
Thu Count tie Hollasy is bolovv the
medium height and must bo over fifty
years of ago. I1U gray whiskers are cut
in military style and his quick , nervous
action was the onlj French feature- about
him. Should they return this way they
intend to stop over in Omaha a day or so.
Tlio I'oor Farm I'utlimlfl.
Ed Kinno.v , who was found near Mur
ray's brick yard over a we.ek ago , vvhuro
ho had been left after a sovcre and bru
tal pounding by some of hii compan
ions , lm piirtly recovered Ironi the as
sault and will leavu the farm in a day or
vvoiwith the worst scarred face and
head , the results of his pounding , that
was over seen iu Omaha.
Hooker , the negro who had his knee
cap misplaced in a race with Lacey in
O'Connell's saloon , on Tenth street , has
recovered sulliolently to bo able to cam
for himself and will bo discharged Ironi
the poor farm in a few days.
OUT OF SORTS ?
Yes , Sick all Over !
Llrcr torpM. liovroU CI > > ITO | , blood slncftsli ,
sioti uhK > iik tin 1 full , your illKOitlon is im-
] unu < l nnd Iho 01 11 i-i inactU'i ) , > our i ncoi- |
lions uiu dull mil ] tiliipoilo I , jour louiii'r | ii rjtn-
lilo iinil jicc ihi ! , ju ( ma until for In
vVh it > ou ncr > U is to
" 1 Imve used inuny n-AiedicN lot iljij-cp in ,
liter uU < x < luu aul ilebilllj % but ntvi-r nuvc
found niilhliu ; to b-jiullt in ti o ixicntihal
blmtnons l.lvcr ll-srulntor tin * I t--i\l \ liotn
IHiinoioiH Ui Cloorula lor tlicioiuo I > nnJ uo-.ild
lime cnt further for # nt-U u Uiudu mi. ( v uild
udvlM ) nil \vio mo t'nilliiily ' ntfc-i'id tiu-ito n n
tilHlnsit betnistlio only tliuii ; I inl . 1-1 r M
to relieve. " 1' . M JAMCM , .vil.iu a | > uiii , M nu.
Tlm only ron.l to tnVo for Do * MolnoOtnr *
slmlltiwn , Coilar Itiniulp. Clinton. Hlx n , ( hlcn-
ire , MiliTHUkce niiil nil polntKpiHt To tinpoo -
iilo or Ncbra hn , Colouulo. WjoiulMit , t'Culi ,
lilnlio , N'ovniln , Orotron , Washington nml Cull-
f ( * nlii II oirciHU | > oilurmlviiutnKesnat posstlilo
li > anottici lino.
AIIIOIII fo\r < il tlio numerous points ot 111110-
rioilt ) fliijoj ed by tlio patrons ol ilils loiul fm-
tw ceil Omnlm Mini flilcnico , nro Its tuo tinlns n
duyit DAV COAOIIHS irliloli nrti the nnmt
tlmt human nit uiul liinoniill ) rim mm to. IU
1'AI.ACi : SI.tir.tMNO CAli > , union ttio moiloU
of poinlorl nnd olpRHtuo. HR 1'AltI.OH DUAVV-
1N(1 ( ItOOM CAltS , uu urpan i'il b inn , niul its
\vhldyoHoblnlivl 1'AI.ATIAl , DlNl.Nd UAltH ,
ttio oniinl oT which ciuinol bo found olMjwtioio.
At Council llliiirs the tuitiis or Ilin Union 1'iu'i-
flo Hy. ronnoat In I'tilon Doiiol with tlmsoof
the Ghk'UKo \ Niirlliircslri n Ity. In Chicago thu
tnilns ot tills lltui tnnko close connection with
tlioM ) or nil eaotorn line *
1'or Dotrolt , Cohimlms , lncllnunpc > IK Clncln >
null , Nlajfnrn VnlK Iliiirnlo , IMIHtniiK , 'toronto ,
Monlroul. ItoMon , New York , I'hllnik < lihln | , Hill-
tlmore. VVimlilnnloii niitl nil jxilnts In thu oust ,
aekthu tlokut itnont for tickets \lutlio
"NOHTHVVKSTintN , "
If jou\vl h thu lie t iiceonim oihiliotis. All tlcko
ntfonth soil llrkcts via thl Hut ) .
M. itUQiurr , IL a IIAIII ,
Gniiornl Mnuiifrnr. ( Ion , rii 3. Agent ,
POIlSAIji : Wo Imvn MJIOOII lots In Hnw-
tliurnu lulilltlon Hint vu ulll st-ll : lieit nnd
cltpnpusl liulilo propcrljr In Oiiuilui. Ueillord it
S < iuvr T.V ,
ITIOK s.vi.K HmlUoiiro piouerty iind vminiit
* - lotsln urcry nilillllon tu Onmlm. Tortns to
Bull puirlmvT. AUo do'lrnMo tmslmm pro ) *
crly. ( llbsou , IiiisonA Co , Uooin U , Wltnnoll
_ _ _
HI'.AVV tf.ilns In ponuhiUon imslics Dinnliiito
tluifioiil. PLMI illllsitiilo lots Unit jou OHM
now liuv foi flVl. Pluk ono out , pny for it In
In3tnlhnont.s , mid soil It liuijoiirn tltnu for tnlcu
Its oost. Anns' Heal l tiito ABeney , 1507 I'nr-
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H. 'AVH you ( "cull Ilillwtiilo ? If. not , do "so nt ,
.unco . I nnd pink out n lot tor Sl'M ' tlmt will not
onh iniiko j on tnonuy tint help you cu\o aouio.
Ames' Heiu Kstnto ABCIIC > , 1W7 I'm mini , wn
WHO IS UNACaMNTtD WITH TMS QEOOR I'Mt OF TM1J
COUNTRV WIU. 8CE Hr CXAMININQ THt9 MAP THAT THP
GHICAGO.ROGK ISLAND 8 PAGlFlliMILWAV
< Vr r aHoti of Itftitral ixiftltlott antl clnio relation to
all principal Unn l.aHt autl Wu-t. at Initial nml trr *
tnlnnl pointw. con4tltnlo < thn inont lnipoitn.it nilf-
tfontlnetititl link In tltnt iijvt iti ur throuKlt tnuitrxirh
tntlon wlilcll ln > ll i unit fin llltnlrH trnt ilnnd llnltlo
IWIWI. M cltl9 or the Atlmulc Ami 1'nrllli' Co irti II
It nlso tlio rarorltu nml hrNt rontu to nnd front puinu
I.a t , NftrUirait .A1" ! faoulhrn t. ind currexpoiidintf
pululaVu t , Ku.aliwrit nuil Hontlinot.
The Croat Rock Island Route
Guarantee * lt patrons thnt ttenpc. of pnreonal seen-
ptr llan\fA \ by M > IM , Iliuroauhlv liullj twl nmit-
iie'l. Mniratli tracks ut "iiutliinutiii Hlrtl r ll. flilmlnn.
tlallyliitlltculTcrti nnd brldirri , rolling loclt UK in t
tx-rriK-Uiin HI hiinmii xklll inn make 11. tlio lolclj
apiilliuirfi of pt4 nt l > nn < > i * t plntfcirntB nna atr lirnkvp
nna that exacting ( lUclplliio ubti li uovetiu tlm ttrae *
tlcal oporiutou of all Hi , tmlnn Ollirr upprlnlllpi of
.Ms ivnli. air TrnturtMH at all comiFrtlnir p.i/nti / In
union Dt'iiotji , nnd thu mipiirm * * ju uuuifurta and
luxilrlotf Of tta t'atutfHffttr Ktinlplne'it.
Tlio f/i / t Kipn-m Trains l twcen Chlraco anil
Prorln.C'pnncll Illnirs , Kansas Cltjr Imti'n intli and
Atinl'iuli.nre iimiin > nl of well trntllntid , tlnelr up-
liiilMriud t > nr ruacllen , MinrnUlriint I'llllmnn I'aUto
fllaeMranr | tlio lateit ifralBn. n I rninpluiiiM DlnliiR
Ciirn In uhlclicOxtKlliltely iimkml lnml < ini-IrlMlielr
oulin Hil oiTiClilMiro and KKIIMIM Ity nndAlrhUou
arc al u 11111 tlio Colibruled ItaillulnKCIiali Cart.
The Famous Albert Lea Route
If the direct end ( nvorlto line l tneiii Cliicairoand
llliiiHiaio | ] | anlSl. ? raul.wlieni roliue. tlnliH are made
In Union Depntu for nil point * ill the Toniloiles and
Ilritlsli rrovlnrei. Ornr tlil < rnuUi Ka t Fiprow
Tmliis nr run to tlm waUTlnif plares. Buintni r re-
Boru , plcture riio lomlltleH. ana linnUni ; and flHhinir
k'lmiiiilEiif Iunn and Mlnnpsoliu It I. also tlio limit
.liilmljlH run I ii to th ricli wheat lleldl and rantoral
lantldof intfttoi Dulcotn
btlll . another UIKKfT MNK. Tla Fpn3a and Kan-
knki'i. . iiat , been iipcntxl bitwt-en rinilnjiHtl , Indlttn-
KiOlU and T.ltn ; rtu- and Cnllnrll llluiri. . KnnravCf tr ,
lllnnr.ipalli nnl Hu null and Intrrniodlata iiolnli.
lor delalltd ( nrorninllon M Hajtv nnd 1-olde.rf.
obtainable. n well AI tickets. At eJI principal llckdl
Olllce in the UulUia Btutua uid Uouudat ur by > a-
R. R. CABLE , C. ST. JOHN ,
Pros't it Oeu'l ) I' 'r , Oeii'J T'kt * l'a .
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
Chicap.Milwaita&SLPauie'j . '
THE BEST ROTTTB
from OMAHA and COUNCIL BLUFFS ol
TWO THAIN8 DAIIiY lim'WKKN OMAUA
CliienKO , ANII Milvvnukcc ,
St. I'niil , Minneapolis , Cedar Jtupids ,
Clinlon , Iiibuiiio ) | , Davenport ,
] 'oek IsluiKl.Ki'oopnrt , Hoekfonl ,
JCI in , Jhi'lison ' , .Iiincsvlllo ,
] ? eloit , Winuiia , La Crosse ,
And ull otliLTiiupiirliuit imlnts Kiiat , Nortliuiiat
1'or tin oiiKli tlokotn cull on the Ticket !
nt 1401 Knniam stiuut ( In I'.iMou Hotulur ) ul
I'nloii 1'ui iilo Dupot
I'll lliiiiui.shH'prrs und the Uncut Olitlni , ' Cnn
In I ho KOI lit mo run on tliu iniilii lines ol' thu
Cnit vno , iln.wAiiKEt : \ Br. j'vtii. IUH.VVAV ,
nnd ovury ntlunllon IB pnlil to p isbungors by
com Irons ( Mil ) ilo > < 8 or tlio < oiniany | ,
It MII.I.I.II , ( iiiiii -Muirmur. .
J. r. Titc KI.II , Akdlitiint ( lonarnl MnniiKW.
A V. U. CUwi'.MMt , fionujnl J'.iwoniffr and
Tirkut A i-iit.
OKO. K UKAI H III > , Ahilstnnt ( Jonutul 1'assuit-
Bor nnd 'I Ifkt-t Airi'nt
J. T. i. ' 1.1 in ; , ( imlurnl Siiicrlntonilont. | _
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FOR YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN ,
itv ji.vji. , I'o ri'.vii ) ,
iJ .SASIl'I.H i'Jl : U 'ID AJ.L.
K\haiute > l Vlintlli Nurvi > u niul I'luncnl DcMlllr
I'reniiilure Ili'i line In Jiliui Kn'jinol Vuutli , mid lh
. , , /.v inn.IMluitri'v. hoiiiiU In I ( aullf il 1 Jeiith nius *
iln , ciubm > i tldivertill kilt tu nuniceill , lij ul nu-
or < Innturjr M n niealiiMilcul illcrur anil | > rolm-
nloiinllimn liny iitlior wi > rk in Mi > 4jiinir ) lur t * Iti.
or Iho mom' ) 111 lc ri'TuiHU'd in merr In t4io. ]
Vrliwmh il U > U..U1 , i ( iiii < i. lllu tf jieU tuiniplo ,
COr htmit ntitr ( ii 11 1111 ilal in mliM tlm iiutuor l.y
the .Vatknuil klcillinl , \.Miri.i1l.i lo Ilia Hun. A. I * .
lilrtrll niKiiKMx lulu niHioK Dl liui bouiJ tlm rcjiilir
Tliu SeHijiru ul ( jle i.'uuil i uibrclo Iliu yonntfuril
iniililli ; aiMl men u | llili nu UTI Inn tliun all Iliu nulil
inliiuf ul 4 i1)r ) < > niU .ind Ihu i.il\itr niiiiuj uf huvutlit
c.ibiiiul C. I' Cluujii 1 * .
The Kvlunre uf l lf pulnl i > utlii > miki mid quirk *
kMiiiJ onthtt Ji iliH vtfiiyllluUon and hujicn of juiiay
v u m ni'iiilukiMiuuii luliill * nrui kt'd Murirhutlvr
Tht HI-"IUB | uf Mfo li nt cnulrr rulua Hum ul | Ilia
inulK.il * urki iMilillJiu I In llil > comilry Joitbqjiuil
ji * t > - AlUinliKIi'iullluilnii.
'J ho he fjnu i , I J.iin l > u tnprrd unu luxMrr'x ' trrat-
souu iei-\ou arnJ phjii nl Urt I.ty , Ovtro't ' Kiou
Artiitm lite rmlitxljr iledtol Initliute , or lrVV. .
II. I'.ukcr % > i 4 lit ) tilnOi itierl , Itqttou. llua.Miio
iutt > I , ( imcuiu t n Hlltlctcuitt rtfjUirinjc f klj und
< ' | , , . | IITI ( ( ! ( 'Ill Hill Hllll < .I < ,1M | > IC < IH | > * IC tb > l
Ii4re unlli'J Iliu fckm i > f ullitff PH > U IM > p o >
Ult ) yili ti ire itid turrottulljr wlttiout JUT 1DII.DC (
u ( IJIHIIIMi' i tiunUiillm lUc.
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