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'ACTOK Y V I LLK.
Uec. 17. 1881.
HATEH CUABUEU FOB
On orders not exceeding $16 - -Over
915 and not eceeuiiK S30 - -
" $M " ' 40 -
- 10 cent
- 15 cent
- 20 centa
- 26 certs
A. sinele Monev Order may mciuue
amount from one cent to Uiiy
mast not contain a fractional paii of a cent.
RATES FOB POSTAGE.
1st c ass matter (letters) 3 ceuts per ounce.
2d " " (Publisher's rate 2 cts per lb.
id (Transient Nepi';ers aud
books come uuier this class) cent per
each 2 ounces.
ta class (merobaadise) 1 cent per ounce.
J. W. Mahhhaix P. M.
UEOBGE S. SMITU. Mayor.
WILLIAM li. CL.'sUIii. Treasurer.
J. l. blIliON, Cuy Clerk.
WILLtrr TOlTENUEJi. Police Jue
K. B. WINDUAM.City Attorney.
. K. MUUrUV, Chief ot l'olice.
P. McCAN,Overeeer ot Streeis.
C. KLtHN KE, Chief ot t iro Uept. .
a. U. 1UC1LMON U. Cb'u board ui Health
1st Ward Wo . Uerold. U. H. Bons.
ud Ward J. M. 1atlerson, J. U, Fairfield.
d Ward M. B. Murphy, J. E. Morrison.
4th Wrd r. It. LehbhoQ. P. McCalUui.
JESSE B. STRODE, J. W. BARNES,
ALA. llAKTlii AN Ww. W INTEKSTEEN.
1 li. BENNtTl", V. V. LEONAHD,
MMfer-J!. W. MARSHA LI,
W. 1L NEWELL, County Tre:i-uier.
J.W. Jfc.V.MNiiS. Couniy 4 !.
J. W. UIiNau. Ciuuty Ju-.ic
K. W. llfc!CS.hMilt.
t'VKL's AL.iON.sup't of lal. Iu.-.truoli..u.
U. W. A11U-TE1.U. County Sart-yr.
P. P. tiAsj. Coruuer.
JUtfl-a CKAWTOUII.S'Ulli Bend r.-ciiict.
iUCHAitusON. Ml. I'leii-ul 1 lociuct.
A. 101l, 1'lallM.ioutu ...
Fxite haviaK tu.Hiiie" with tae Count)
Com ii i-l.ol, wUl liuU thm in "i;ou tUe
Kusl Alouda) and lutrtMlay ol eac-U luonta.
KOAICt OK TRADE.
FUANK CAUliCllI, l'rHiiut.
j. a COS SOU. UENitV U.EcK, "--rrei-
WM. s, VIHK, ecleta.
Vttt.lt. oUiii'Elt. traaurer.
lo4ol.r iiieliJi1 tbo Unardattbe Court
lioose.tne not 1 uesday eveulu ul each mouth.
j. F. BAOMEISTER
. Furnishes Prirh. rare Bsllk
o.ttAi atte!.dd ... aud Kre.b MUk
l'ir .- Oil w .eu wanted. ,iv
.LATfSMOUTH M1KLS j
flour.Coru Xrt Ful
Plattftmonth Telephone Kxrhanjfe.
1 J. P. Young, residence.
2 Bennett Si iwls, Htore.
3 M. 11. Murphy & Co.,
4 Bouuer Stables.
6 Comity Clerk' offlce.
5 K. B. Lewi, residence.
7 J. V. Week bat u, tore.
8 Weitrni Union TeleKraph ofllre.
V I. 11. Wheeler. resiueuce.
10 1. Campbell, "
14 K. b. Wludnam, "
15 Juo. Waymaii. "
10 J. W. JeiiuliiKH.
17 W. 8. W le. oillee.
18 Morrlssey Bros,, odice,
19 W. K. Carter, store.
20 O. W. KairOeld, residence.
21 M. B Murphy,
22 It. II. Wheeler & Co . office.
23 J. P. Taylor, residence.
14 pint National Bank.
26 P. K. Kullner's c-mce.J
2 J. 1. Youuk, store.
28 l'erkius House.
i K. W. llyrt, residence.
31 Journal offlce.
S2 Kalrfleld's ico oHlce.
34 1Ikkaii Ft B. Co olllce.
35 J. N. Wise, refUence.
'M H. M. Chapman, "
37 W. It. Jones, "
38 A. N. Kuilivan. "
3tf It. K. Palmer, "
40 W. II. Schlldknecht, olUcr.
41 Sullivan tt Wooley, '
42 A. W. McuiUKliliu. rcsldei C.
43 A. Patterson, livery.
44 U. M. Holmes, "
45 L. JJ. Bennett, residence.
4 ieo. Kinltli, olllce.
47 L. A. Moore, llor.Mt.
49 J, W. Barnes, residence.
60 It. It. LIviiiKMtoii.oHlce,
307 J. V. Weckbach, reHldence.
335 Chaplain Wrinlit.
310 W. II. schildknecbt
316 ieo. H. Smith, "
300 It. K, Llviuxxton. '
315 C. C. Ballard,
The switch board connects Plat tsinout li with
Ashland, Arlington, Blair, Council BIuIIh, Kre
mout. Lincoln. Omaha Elkhorn Station.
Papilllon. SpriiiKfleld, LouiHville South Bend
S1IITI1 & I!i:ESO.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in all
the Courts lu the state. OlUce over Firft Na
tional Bank. 4yl
IU. A. HXVlSUVn V.
Jfllce over Smith, Black & Co's. Drug Store,
first class dentistry at reasonable prices, 231 y
II. MKAUK, 31. ..
PHYSICIAN and SUR'JEON. OfTice on Main
Street. Sherwood's Block, south side. OllU-e
oeu day and night
covnjv Pit V8ICIAX, CASS COl'XTY.
ArrORfICY AT LAW & NOTARY I'l'BLIC.
rUTTsMOUTH, - NKKKAHKA
Agent for Sfea'tiship linrs t and from Kurof,
K. K, LlYI. I.MTO.. yt. I
PIIVHK IAN Jb CtniiKO.V.
OEKI E HOURS, from lo a. us., to 2 p. ni.
K.aiiiiii.i.t Sureou for C S. 1'eusiou.
Jill. M. .11 tL,L,f-:K.
PHYSICIAN AM) SUI!KO.N,
Can be f.iund by railing at his ofiii, enruer 7th
iUid Main miitI-, in J. H. WatermauV house.
JAN. H. IIATIIF.H'N
attok:;kv at law.
Oftice over Its ksr & At .vood's store, south side
of Main bett6Ch and tith streets. 21 tf
MTltOUK A CLARK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice In all
the Courts in the State.
District A.tbirwj and X-ttaru Public.
WitjU X. W INK,
COZ.Z.ECTIOJV3 H S7CIHZ2 1.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estat. Fire In
urauce aud Coiiectlou Aijeiiey. OBce Union
block. I'lattsmouth Nehraski 22m3
. II. WIIKKLKR Sl CO.
LAW OFFICE, Real Etate, Fire and Lii In
surance Agents, i'lattsmouth. Nebraska t r
lectors. tax-payers. Have a complete ab-tract
JASIKS K. JIUICRIISO'V.
.nASE HW- &KnCCas,
f?odJo.-,-lnKCoune8 " Kves?pecia: attention
to collections and abstracts of title. Oflice in
iUKerald Block. Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
J. C. XLHI1ERRY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Has his offlce In the front part of his residence
on Chicago Avenue, where ue in v be found in
readiness to attend to' the duties of the of-Dce-
BOBEBT II. ITIXOIIAM,
ATTOBJfEV AT LAW.
Office over Carruth's Jewelry Store.
m. a. hartican.
Tj a w y e b .
Fitzgerald's Block, Platouth Neb
Prompt and careful attention to a eeaetil
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law.
" 0FPICE-In th Union Block, front rooms
'r?nd.slory.ttt i- Prompt attention given t
all business . mar25
BOYD & LARSEN,
Conlractors and Builders.
Will give estimates oa H kinds of work. Any
ordere left at the Lumber Yards or Post
OSJce will receive prompt attention
Heavy Truss Framing,
for barns and larse buildings a specialtj-.
For refeiencs apply to.T. P. Young, J. V. Wee
bui or H. A. Waterman & Son. d&w
Dr. C. A. Marshall
Succexor to Clutter & Marshall.)
Preservation of natural teet!i a specialty.
Teeth extracted without pain by use of
All work warr.uittd. Pries reasonable.
Fitzoecald Block. - Plattsmoctuo'zb
j. i. kx 311? soar,
FIRE. 4KSI1RANCE CO'S:
f'lTY. f I.i!niin.
QCJKK.of J.iv. rpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMERICAN EXPRESS XX)..
WELL'S FAROo a. (v vrBuna
oaicoia tfookwood nOu Bnm
The Plattsmcntli Hcral FablishiniL Co.
ZIMMERMAN TO HANG-
A Long List of Accidents
Attempt at Train Robbery.
Kearney, Neb., Oct. 25. The trial
of Matt -Simuicrniau ended today. The
jury, after being out three hours, re
turned a verdict of murder in the first
degree. He was seuteuced to be hanged
n the 4th of February, 184. He will
be cod fined in the Kearney jail until
the day of execution. Ilia counsel
mcvd for a new trial, but Judge Gas
liu overruled the motion- He received
his sentence without agitation.
A political meeting ww held at Shel
tou tonight. Speeches were made by
Baxter and Church, of North Platte,
aud MicLiel of Grand Itily.Mil.
Chicago, Oct. 24 During the stoini
today the canvass covering of the Bi
cycle rink fell, and Woodside, one of
the ri Jers in'the six days -oute.t, was
injured, but he will be ub!e to reap
pear. .The race will be started again
CUUSHEO TO DEATH.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Oct. Mr.
C. AV. Devone, a brukeman on the U. P.
was crushed to death here tonight while
A DOLBI.E CAPTITKE.
Wichita, Kas.Oc,. 23. John M.Cro
wi ll, United States pt like inspector
arrived here today and arrested Miller
Bird as th accomplice, of John Jones,
whom Major Crowell arretted at Conn
( il Bluffs on Saturday night lust, aud
who had stolen a registered letter from
the Wyandotte, Kas., post oflice on the
lQth of last June. The letter contained
$G0, which was divided between Jones
Denver, Oct. 2o. William Clellaud, a
svitchmau in the Kansas Pacific yards
was crushed to death bctwecu the curs
AX 1XPAXE FKEAK.
Warrenton, Mo , Oct. 25 A mildly
insane man named Kecney was placed
in a large room adjoining the jail, un
der the court house, bv the authorities,
who had taken him iu out of the wet
and cold. While the jailor wan it sup
per his screams ottructed people to the
window, when they saw Kceuey in an
insane frenzj hugging a red hot stove.
He was taken away, but death- soon
yiueyurd Haven. Mass., Oct. 25.
Captain Finh y, Wm. Fowler, M. Wha
leu aud another seaman, were drowned
by the capsizing of a schooner. Wm.
A, Finley, the mate, clung to an up
turned boat and drifted ashore twelve
hours afterlbeing pitched into the sea
Chicjigo. Oct. 24. A Journal, Liu
cola, Illinois, special sujs that a party
of men, with bout; pikes, and heavy
seines, have bceu dragging Salt I'reek
today, iu tin- mu.-t vain hope of 11 j ding
Zora Burns' inUs'ug valie. At one
o'ciocK LUls afternoon nothing had been
found. Katie Maddt'fu, who saw a
woman euter Carpen tor's elevator Sat
urday night; did not know Zora Burns
sod can give do description of the girl.
St. Louis, Oct, ifS "A Post Dispatch
special from Walnut llidge, Arkansas
says that au attempt wait made to rob
the north bound express on the Iron
Mountain road last night between Ak
ron and Des Plaint-., tfftecutniies north
of this place. Fortunately the turess
train was late aud the local freight
was running on the time of the express.
ThcloeaJ wa-j signalled by throe lant
ern. When stopped t was boarded
by a party of meu flH heavily
armed. After a few Attentions they
found they had stopped the wrong ti ?'U 1
and passed into the wood with many
curses, without molesting anything or
The conductor of the local tele
graphed Koadaiastar Griffen of this
place who. ttiuimonc-d a po.-se ot citi
zeits headed !y John Ithea, and hccooj-
pinied by I'nited States Mar.-l.ul, O. K
Wheeler, who wetit north on the bc
lted exprr- fi. tsiger for :i tight with
the robbers, but no further attempt
was made to rob lite tralu. The rob
bers were all large inn from IhMy !
Torty yeirs old, and wore heavy over -coats.
The party carried common lan
terns, were apparently well organized
and fee mod to know their business.
Every effort is being made to overtake
One of the Mexicans implicated in
the r order of four men at a dance
near Gardner a few u;,xl- s go, whs
overtaken ' -i IhhI ;f MNmd Hz is
la-f sir i A r i)" n j.l n e 1 -un-i
Ui neck U'd the otiicr eud made last
to the hiru of a saddle. The horse was
then frightened into a run,' dragging
the poor culprit over rocks and t imps
until life was extinct.
When captured he stated that he,
with bis companions, had been hired to
commit toe murder. , .. ..
Tombstone, Arizona, Oct. 25. W.
II. Stuart, who returned here from
Swlasholm mountains, says that the
Apache have been routed by Mexican
troops with treat (.laughter. The
troops had bceu stationed to prevent
the retreat of the savages into the Sierra
Madres. The Indiana then turned and
fled toward Arizona, clos:ly followed
by tho Mexicans who overtook them at
the extreme end of the Swissholm
mountains, aud a running fight ensued.
The Mexican commander stated that if
his troops had not been completely
worn out by fighting and fotced march
es, he would have driven the red devils
on to the San Carlos reservation him
self. Stuart said that a large body of
the routed Indians passe 1 his ranch.
They were poorly clad, fully one-third
of them having firearms.
Advertising Cheats !!!
"It has hecome so common to write
the beginning of au article, in an ele
gant, interesting manner,
'Then run it into some advertise
ment that we avoid all such,
"And simply call attention to the
merits of Hop Bitters in as plain, hon
est terms as possible,
"To iuduce people
"To give them one trial, which so
proves their value that they will never
use anything else."
"TheHeiieuv so favorably noticed
in all the papers,
"Itcligious and recular, is
"Having a large sale, and
planting all other medicine.
"There is no denying the" virtues of
the Hop plant, and the proprietors of
Hop Bitteis haveshowu groat shrewd
ness. "And ability
"Iu compounding a medicine whose
virtues are fo palpable to every one's
"She lingered and suffered along pin
ing away all the time for years,"
"The doctors doing her no good,"
"Aud at last was cured by this Hop
Bitters the papers say so much about;',
"How thankful we fchould be for that
A Daughter' Misery.
"Eleven year.- our duuglucr sullcicd
on a ted of misery,
'From a complication of kidney, 'iv
br, rheumatic trouliu aud Nervous de
bility, "Under the care of the best physic
"Who gave her disease various uuiupp,
"But no relief,
"And uw she is restored lo us in
good health by as simple a remedy as
llop Bitters. ihtt we had shunm-d for
ycori before using it." The Parents.
Father Is Uetting Well
"My daughters say:
"How much betier father is since he
used Hop Bitters."
JIe is" getting well after his long
suffering from a diseast declared incur
able" "And we are o glud that he used
your Bitters.'4 A Lady. jl'Utica. X.Y
FREE OF COST.
Another Thousand Bottles of Marsh'
Uolden Balsam to be Qivep
Every person in laPttsmouth, who is
suffering lrom Scrofula, Chronic Rheu
matism, Jaundice, Billiousneas, Pys.
peosia, Indigestion, Constipation or
Costiveness, Headache. Loss of -appetite,
Chills or Fever, Malaria, Backache
Female Weakness, Nervous derauge
ment, General Debility, or, any Hloni,
Liver, Kidney, Stomach or bowel dis
order can obtain a trial bottle of
Marsh's Golden Blood & Liver Tonic,
free of charge, by calling at Smith &
Black Bros drug store, Plaltsmouth.
Persous who have already tried tlii?
valuable medicine cau procure the
large bottles at 50 cents and $1.
For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis aud
Consumption, use Marsh's Golden Bal
sam, the famous Throat and Lung
medicine. Two doses WjJ peuegt. Sam
ple bottle free.
LariiGa in a ielicate condition find
that they derive great lenefit from
Spcer's port wine. It has become the
most popular wine made for the use
of aged sn3 debilitated persons, It is
'so used a a communion wine. For
sale by W. J. Warrick.
In additiou to a choice line of pure
liquors Joe McVey keeps the eelbrat
Aiiuuescr gt, Louis beer. 20ltt
Miss Sever late of Berlin will teach
pupils in music drawing p iloting or in
the French or Germm languagec.
Term 6rM4Sina.ble address P. O. box 663
Imported ale and porter at Jce Mc
A Sijtw .Meal
Can lie had at the City Hotel far only
25 i:cuts and lodging al Same reasonable
lates. Farmers and t'ominorcial Men
will pi'- i':r tliis iu mind. dfrwlf
Bel UGoK vuwfti. I have on hand
a large aud very superior Stplf of fur
niture, uiHchnf which 1 propose to soli
off at cost. My gon4a r? for alt and
..efore purchasing 1 wish fVcrjf'budy
who needs furniture to call and look
ll.x.hj uycr. All I ask ol the public is
to examine ipy goods and mv prices.
dAWtt IJF"BY jioECK.
200 Tons of first class hay for sale
leave orders with W. S. W'se,
178d28wtf J.T. Wise.
Two well improved farms, between
L"''i&viii aijd Weeping Water. Ap-j-lv'toT.i.id
i-A '-j 'ji, ;u t'.inn.
The justly eclebraied Anheuser
beer on tap at Joe McVeys. 20itf
Fresh Buckwheat flour and Maple
$yr;p at, J)ennett & Lewis. 19713
For the genuine New York buck
wheat flour go to McCourts. - 801 tf
Jonx KitzoekAld. a. W. McLAfoniJN
OB PLATTSMOUTfl, NKBRA8KA,
Offers the v ery.best facilities lor the prompt
transaction of legltlinat
Stocks, Bond!. Gold. Government and Loca
becuritiea Hou;ht and Sola, lieposiu receiv
ed and Interest allowed oil tune Certifi
cates, lrafto drawn.avatlable iu any
part of the United State and all
the principal town of
Collections made d-promptly remitted.
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. Ktate ai d County Bond?.
John Fitireraid A. E
John K. Clark.
K. C. C'UHhiiiK,
Geo. K. Movey.
K. K. White.
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
E. L. It EE I), President.
B. A. GIBSON, Vice-President,
it. 8. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn available in any part of the United
States and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Haute Line of Steamers.
Bank Cass County
Cotnc-r Maia and Sixth Stieets.
j JOHN BLACK. President.
1 J. M. PAT'l KKSON, Cashier.
Trdnsacts a General Banting Business.
11 Kill EST CA5.ll a'BICE
Paid tor County and City Warrants.
mid promptly remitted for.
l.l i- Black, J. M. 1'attc-rson, CH.Para el
F. K. Gutlynaun, J. Morrif'sey, A. B.
mith, Fred Gordar.
f , OHIO'S
i iiouiibtry has discoverl noiemoUy 64iiH-ri-Ui
Vruica t - iK-alini; oxtxruul crupOims. I'ri.per
ly propurwl nnrt couiLiiucd. ir tiaa.no equal its a
Tm liibebt conden
sation of arnica. Will
Bpcc-dily cure cliui-
1-tl liumls, crackt I
lr- line! i-kiii'liiich
of the s'cin, fhethpr cniistwl from c.iniatio intlii.
ences or the use of II t'ltTI'Ui. COSMETICS.
Wnl cure ij1iiiiI'H on (aco ami ntx-U. rend rine
uh'i skin noil uikI f.i.'r. InvaluHble In Sail
Uhcuiii. A family remedy for cuts, burns, bruises
a id sores. J'KlCl-: IN MKi AL XLI1KS, 25c
t'uirxsJ, liljflily nf l
ly rmre. Keens the
nkin from chappin? and impartu to it lii and
: liealtliy ifloiv. Unrivalled for cleaning the
s-!iilp nnd eradicating dandruff. Tho most per-
c-ot uuo soap )u mo -wonu. i-jtii f cms.
A medicated article
ot rare merit. I'r -
vein 4 all piiiiiilt-B
M AKBSIIAVINO a DEI
Kiidofgetl by ljeadin Barbers, iho say of it.
'Without parallel as a shaving Roap." Kich in
i l until ik nnrHiiHi an m. kiiavinir bah i mi
lucher and lasting. Keeps the luco and neck free
tiXtui pimples. F1SICK 15 cts. lor a lai t oake
Is vrithout question
tho piotif perfect ar
ticlo i vet produced,
as it not only cleans
rs the tetn thoroucblv. but tho eombinatioa
wi:h arnica preserves and hardens the puma. It
civca t tho bre.tii a sweet, delicate odor. Ita
taste Id ilelit'litfu l'rii--, J.c. a box.
All druggists se 1 tho ubove articles, or WO Will
mail theiu, postpaid, ou receipt of price.
Hole l'roprictors aud Munfrs., Coicagftr
WILL J. WARRICK,
Wugou, Buggy. Machine arvl Plow re
pairing, and gerurral Jobbing
I ax now prepared to Co all kinds of repairing
of fann and other n-achinery, as tflere -I;
a good lathe in my shop.
PiSTR RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
ha taken charge or the "anon snop. -lie
U well known as a
NO : WOBKJ1AN.
X S 9
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Orders taken for WILSON CKOS.' HHII.T8.
Jo I hm
PLATTSMOUTH OPERA HOUSE.!
October 1, 1883 ;
r'or thu mod Thirty J:ivn I will r.-ll
Tu clean up Uh line si stock of Organs as ever were oil ere I t the j.uli
lic. Any one in want of a tine Organ will tiinl it t tln-ir
rntercst to call and get my pricen. I'r the
above time you can get a
MASON & HAMLIN,
"Tlio-Bost in. tlio World,'
us low, or lower, than the so-called cheap Organs, for CASH, or on
MENTAL, or T K N -Q I F A I iTJC I i L V I ' A Y M K N T plan.
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND,
TTIie EScst JLine ot (Cook tetwws,
66 (KasoIIw Htovcs9
" 4- Tis&warc
" (Hencral BITapdware
To be found In the City. New oodR at prices Mr:t dt-fy on:p Hon'. i:ive rue ; rail
A5II II TJI&BJ.
THE ELKHORN SAL
ALE, WINES, BEER AND CIGARS,
Old Kentucky Wliishics.
MUMM'S EXTKA DItY CHAMPAGNE,
ST- LOUIS BEER.
Always on draaght
IL 3PIM2ES SLIMES of OIS-iLUS
ALWAYS IN STOCK, AT
u U K Li N GTC i. I . O CJTE "1
(Chicago, Burlington i Oaincj ". Voat!.)
P A K
GOING EAST AND WEST. .
EUnrant Day Coaches. Parlor Cars, with Reotla.
m Chaira saU free). Smokin? Cars, with !
IrolTlnc Chairs, Pullman Palace Sleeping Can and
jtbe famous C. u. ft Q. Dinine t ars run daily to and
If rom Chicago ft Kansas City, Chicago ft Council
jlUuCj; Ctdcago r MoiObS. Chioago, Si.
Atohiaon ft Topeka." Obly through !xj tt
jtween Chicago, Lincoln ft Denrer. ThruUirb oars
.between IndlanaDolU ft Council Bluffs via Peoria.
1AU connections made in Union ImtkA. It is I
.known aa the greaiTUHOUGliCAKIJNfc:.
v Finest Equipped Railroad In tho World for all Classos of Travel
(V. J. FOTTEi: ad Vioe-Pres tacd Cen'l Manastw. PEKCEVA.L LOWELL. Oea. Pa. Xg't, CiucagaJ
MASOX Sc HAMLIN
IIE.NUY F. MILI.EIt and
ON LOWER MAIN 8TUEET.
GOING NORTH AND SOUTH )
Solid Trains of Elegant Iay Coacbon and Pn!J I
man Palace blwpiajf Cars are run daily to ail
i rom lot. unxim, m iiaunioai. yuincy, Keokuk,
BurlinFton. Cedar RaDids and Albert fea to t
Paul and Mluneatjolin: Parlor Cars with ttorlir.izm
Piarn t ?d fm 3t. Iuj apd'lWit'ndtcH
abd rrooi bt. L&uls and Catuxnwa. oiily ua.
changu cf cars between St. Louis aud
ioumss, lowa, Unooin, Aebrahka, uj r.(
It is universally admitted to be tho
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