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PIj ATTS3IO UTI I, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, .JUNE S, 1888,
Y. M. Km iim
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Counullinen, 1st ward,
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UK. A Mil I'M AN
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Hoard Tub. Work
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W JoHNH IN.CllAIUMIN
V.eeordcr of leeds -
.-Cleric of District Court,
hupt. of 1'ulr. School.
County J uJtfo.
1). A. CAM I'll KI.L
Hutu C'nueiif IKI.U
Kxa tin l( HKIKI.O
W. II. I'OOL,
JlMIN M. I.KVIA
W. C. Hhowai.tkk
J. C. Eikkniiakv
A. M A DOLK
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A . Ir.r.ii. CU uj.f
A. U. Dl 'hmjfi,
. Ki in wood
ClASS I.OMiK No. Hfl, I. O. O. K. Meets
'every Tuesday evening of each week. All
transient brothers are respectfully Invited to
11LATTMOIH II KNCAM I'M E NT No. 3. I. O.
O I.. inee" eyery alternate Friday in
eaeli mouth in the Manoiiic Hall. Vlsitiuij
Jirntlwrs are ivlttd to attend-
ri1U( LODGE NO. 81. A. O. V. W. Meets
I- tv&ry aUenian Friday eveidw; at K. of 1.
hall. Transient brother ar respectfully in
vited to aU-jii I. P.J. Morgan, JJastftr Workman ;
E. S. li irstow. rirtman i Kiaiik biowii. Ovm
eer; I. llowen, Guide; Genuje llouortli.
ICecorder; II. .1. Joliiiiton. Financier; Wa-li.
Smith. K. eeiver; M. MaybrlKlit. l"at M. W. ;
Jaek Oausnerty, Inside Guard.
ilASS CAMP NO.SJ2. MODKKN WOODMEN
" of America Meets second and fourth Mnn
day evening at K. of F. hall. All transient
brother are rene.sted to meet with u. L. A.
I'jt-ro nr 'entrabe Consul : . K, Nileij,
Vtl.y A:v!fr; J, li. Sii.llft, Ex Hanker ; W.
C. W.!etK,C;r4.il "
M, Trsiiourii 1)IJE NO. 8, A. o. v. w.
i ....i i. i : .-1 . to All r rn nvlt.li t lirttl ll
er are respeetf ully Invited to attend. 1 M.
I.arton, M. W. ; F. Hoyd. Foreman: 8. C.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
1II.ATrtMOCTII LODtSENO.6, A. F. & A.M.
Meets on the flrot aud third Monday of
each month at their liall. All transient lroth
ers are cordially Invited to meet with us
J. G. Uiciiky, Y . M.
W M.J I a-. Seeretary.
tfcKBAfcKA CHAPTEB- SO. 9. V- A- M
r Mj"i.tef,diiii and fwrh Tuesday of eaeli
nontht Maii Haft. Tranictttlt Jirolliprs
r invitcl to niaet hU U; g Whitk p
Wm. llAva. Secretary. ,
AIT- ZION COMMA" DAKV. NO. 5. K. T.
JlMeet first and third Wednesday nitlht of
each month at Maso ;'s hall. Visiting brother
urn cordially invited to meet with iw.
Wm. Hays. Kec. F. E. whitk. E. C.
McCONIHIE POST 45 C. A- R-
v;. 4'ci;v35 w'f-'f y--v52'nr;i;nder'
X. S. Tvih.:. ...... ...v.. Senior Victf '.r
it mo. Mi-M - Adjutant.
IIZNKY STKKIOHT .......O. M.
Maws Dixon Oftlct-of the oay.
ChaiilmKokd " B ' urd
Amiekhon Fnv Sergt Major.
.1 m:oh Uohb.kmaN.. ..Quarter Master Sergt.
L.. C. CniTis Toat Chaplain
Meetinir Saturday evening
Kepresent the following time
trie J .and fire-tested companies:
American Central-S". Louis, Assets
CeimrTcial Tnion-Englaud, 44
i ,;a ssoetHtion-Pbiladelphla,
J'omjjew' otk. IT
I n'GocJ NwKtu'Anjeijca, tfil, '
Ovrpaoii London & Globe-Enj "
North British & Mercantile-En "
Norwich Union-En eland.
BpringQeld F. & M,-Springfield,
Total Assets, S12.115.774
WHEN YOU ViAHT
CA hb Q-
Cor. 12tli and Granite Streets.
Contractor and guilder
Trsonal attention to all Bualne Entrust
ti my care.
XOTART IX OFFICE.
Titles Examined. Abstarcts Compiled, In
scrance Written, Peal Estate Sold.
B'tr Fac'l't's for rcakin,; Fii.nLcaz3 than
Any attoet? AseacFt
THE VICE PRESIDENT.
Levi P. Morton, of New York, Nomi
nated for Vice President.
Convention Hall, Chicago, June 25,
The convention re-assembled at ten
minutes jat and proceeded to the pre
sentation of names for th vice prcsiden
Mai nomination. Mr. Grig", of New
Jersey, presented the name of William
He claimed that New Jersey was as
much a necessary itute ua Indiana. Hy
the action of the convention this after
noon th fifteen electorial votes of Indi
ana had been added to the votes of sure
ly republican fetates, and if to these were
added the votes of New Jersey, the elec
lion of the republican ticket is certain.
William Walter PlK-lps was not in favor
of a policy which would take the roof
oft of the laboring man, but in favor of
pint system, wl,ich, propped tq put a roof
aver the lalmrin man of the United
Btates and make hi in the owner of his
own homo. With the nomination of
Phelps the republican party will secure
the electorial vote of New Jersey and
probably these of New York and Con
necticut. The ticket for New Jersey was
Harrison and Phelps: Harrison against
Cleveland, the fetisn of tlje democracy,
wL.jle against 1 lllirman, th,a reminiscence
of dead political heroes, would be placed
Phelps, the liye, aggressive man, of fo
dayj and asainst the old bandana would
bo placed the starry flag of America.
Gibson, of Ohio, in seconding the
nomination of Phelps, said that he was
the survivor of eleven political cam
paigns and was wild for the twelfth.
JIr aSon of '""ska cfjvetjy secT
cnde4 t,he nomination, of phelps. flolli
ver qf Jova congratulated the cortven
tion on having secured one strategic
point bp the nomination of Harrison,
and he argued that it would be a wise
move to capture a necond strategic point
by the nomination of Phelps for second
place on the ticket. Mr. Rosenthal of
Texas, on jiehalf of the German Ameri
can? of ttie ynifed Sf.af.eSj pajd a high
tribute to P-helps,, Tvhaoe nomination he
seconded. Puller of North Carolina sec
onded the nomination in the name of the
young and progressive republicans of
North Carolina. Boutelle of Maine paid
a high tribute to Phelps for his ability,
his patriotism and tm tried and proved
There being no further second of
Phelps the call of states was continued,
and when New York was called Senator
Warner Miller responded. lie referred
to the candidacy of Mr. Depew for the
presuleELtir.1 nomination acd ha said that
geDe'itfbnTs hVjoe had "teen vithdrawn
in scfrow bljt not in ansrer. Ie ftssijycd
the touveatlon that, though tht republi
can party in the state of of New York
had often been divided, all factions had
been in harmony in their action at Chica
go. The candidate which Tew York
propoied rq pr'csenf for (lie yic;e presiden
cy was a maij wjil wliorrj he ljad Grossed
swords. If the convention would accede
to the wish of New York and jrive her
this man as acandidate for vice president
their swords would only be drawn in the
common cause, and he could give the
convention the same pledge for ev
. .1 . :JI ; I . V! 1 . ! V
se(Qtjon aq ;tr'r,9l! c.r the p&r'y in 1
state. I?y ts actiqn tqday the conven
tion had made it possible far the repub
licans to carry Iudiana. By its further
action it could make it possible to carry
New York. This great battle was to be
fought ut in New York. If the conven
tion would help the republicans of New
York the ater 04 carr rhe 'fjgbj o
a supcessf al conclsionj " If fhe ifpw
"York delegates were refused the boon
they would go home and do all that
mortal men could, but they would go
home sick at heart and discouraged. He
appealed to the convention to hear the
voice of New York. If the convention
would name tcnight the mrn cf their
cliojce Jhe wojijd go ome and jnscrjbs
upon their banners: "America wagpa,
for A,nei'iCalt workipgmeo, niepcin
firUeJa fcr Armci.i,:&n people, aud pro
tection for American homes1 and in this
sign they could not be defeated. In be
half of the nnitcd delegation from "the
state of New York, aye. in behalf of the
united republican party of New York, he
named Hon. Levi P. Jcrjn. " ' ''
tinge qf GaHffirnja, seceded Senator
Miller's nomination of Morton. He said
that the convention had been gathered
not in the interest ot any one man, but in
the interest of the party, and it was now
a question of what is best to be dqpe for
success next fall. Ie believed that the
nomination of Harrison bad made Indiana
certainly republican,. Now there was a
chance to name a candidate fc,r vice
president who could with Harrison make
New York certain. Levi P. Morton
could poll more votes on the Pacific coast
than any other living American, except
that great commoner, J. G. Blaine. He
heartily seconded the nomination of Mor
Governor Foster of Ohio also seconded
the nomination of Morton. He said that
the hopes of his state had been shattered,
but Ohio would heartily support the
ticket. Dolliver of Iowa also seconded
Morton's nomination. Hallowell of
Kansas briefly but earnestly seconded the
Gen. Hastings of Pennsylvania forcibly
seconded Morton in a short, ringing
speech. Pennsylvania, he said, had in
structed him to say that it believed that
the battlefield would be won i New
York, and. that e eco,nd state in the
tynio.q should reach out her hands to the
great Empire state of the union and give
Mr. Marsh of Illinois, rose to second
the nomination of Morton, saying Illinois
proposed to-do for the doubtful state of
New York what she had already done for
the doubtful state of Indiana. Applause.
The roll of the states was then called,
the first and only ballot re'ueil fol
Bradley 1 0:1
B. K. Bruce 11
Walter F. Thomas 1
Mr. Specrs of North Carolina, created
the sensation of the evening by a humor
ous speech, which was highly appreciated
by the audience and for which he was
warmly applauded. Standing V,P?fl 3
chair, he declared, tq lie the proudest
hour of his lif, a confession which called
forth hurst of laughter. After this it was
with difficulty that the speaker proceeded
for he was incessantly interrupted with
laughter and cries of "What's the matter
with Speer?" and "He's all right." He
was finally able to make the convention
understand that ho favored the jrenlleman
of "magnanimous ragnan jmty,"1-1 Levi P.
Morfo'fl. (tighter, j
Mr. Denny of Kansas, moyed that Mr.
Morton's nomination be made unanimous.
Senator Sewell of New Jersey, seconded
the motion and promised the full support
of Mr. Phelps to the ticket.
The motion was agreed to and the
chair declared tlai Mcoi v.as vhe noui:
inee of convention fo,r Yce president.
Harrison and Morton
Chicago, 111., June 23, Special to
Tiie Heiiald. It is conceded on all
hands that nominations are best that could
be made. Indiana can now be aldsd to
states curely iejlica so tb.at, crily need
to carry cne ot yc o,Hp.win,g states ad
ditional New York New Jevey, or Con
necticut; confidence in rcsull exists
among republicans every where. The
red, white and blue eclipses the bandana,
mrrah for Harrison and Jorton,
A BysteriQishitQ Pasha.
Lqnin,' ifune 2.3.TIV? iatelUgcnce
from kuakiin recently that a white Patlia
had made his appearance in the Bahr-el-Ghuzel
previnccs with a large force of
men has given rise to endless speculation
in England. It is suggested by some who
have never been convinced pf the 4eai.h
of Geu. Gordon tha that officer has es
caped frqm Ihartoum, and that the
white Pash! causing the Mahds so much
anxiety Is he. Others incline to the be
lief that Edmund O'Donovon, tha fam
ous war correspondent f the London
Daily Neves, who is generaly supposed
to have perished with the ill-fated ex
pediticn of Gen. Hicks, o,r Uvi ppsaitily
some member; qf Basha Hacks'- forpe who
has beenjkept ip confinement by the n.a
fives, and who h is now escaped, is the
new found Pasha, still another, and per
haps more plausible explanation of the
existence of this white man, is that Stan
ley has joined Emin Eey, and that to
gether the explorers are fcrcpg her way
The jainaf pf fbMlploo,
ft a graduate of Oxford and a man of
rare discernment, who said, "no boy of mine
shall go to college. It may require consider
able more outlay in money, but my boys will
get all their book learning at home." Then
followed a confession of experiences that
made one's blood tingle. The man had run
through the Oxford gamut cf isgita
had crowd a.3aufcJf":tit6B fnf four yws as
mcjif titpiq be.r3. nianage tQ compress into
tei. And yet you see I survived it. You see
me today, at 3a, a bealthy, temperate living,
active man capable of accomplishing much
more work than the average worker. Ah!
But how many of the boys who were with
me survive! I tell you," he lifted a tud
impressively, "if the feaiS and mothers
who cant 'their boys to 'Oxford knew the
temptatidns ' they' are' subjected to, they
would rather, 'much' rather, bury them. If
the body survives, the chances are sid s
lost, and often bodT ar spuj ar qst." This
frp,ni fl eainpRtiy cucsfol lawyer, and a
pactioM man of the world, naturally excited
apprehension.- Pittsburg Bulletin.
ON A DULL DAY.
SCENES IN WALL STREET WHEN
BUSINESS IS STAGNANT.
A Light Ripple of Interest At the Vim
and ftuitlwlch Counter Klcheat Woman
In America Initiating a New Cower.
After nuklnea Hours.
Things are dead as a door nail on the stock
market. The clerks and messenger boys who
some and ro from the Exchange travel at a
walk, and the doors that slam behind them
give exit to none of the noises nativo to a
busy day on the floor. A few late break
fasters are playing knife and fork at Del
monico's, and not a broker among them.
They are, ta a man, lawyers, whose trade
thrives when all others are dull The scat
tered loungers against the railings and tolo
graph poles of New street are talking of the
opening of the baseball game, and the couple
of brazen voiced curbstone brokers with
privileges to sell shout their seductive propo
sitions forth in vain. A hopeless looking
mun leads a mnlnnoholy doj u; ay.A do-.vi:,
as if he expects a purchaser to drop from the
skies. Both man and dog look hungry.
A reporter from some news ngency goes
by at a run, and an intimate among the
idlers hails him:
"Hey, Jack) who's bustedT'
"Blodge," shouts tho reporter, as b van
ishes under the Stock Exchaugo, to rnako a
sliort cut by the basement into Broad street.
This starts a little ripple of interest. Blodge
gone up, ehf Well, any one might havo ex
pected it There isn't o dollar in the bucket
chop business any more. A man is an in
fernal fool who plays a cent in them.
A whistle blast, announcing that it is 13
o'clock, brings a stream of brokers out of the
Stock Exchange doors, and for the time leiiig
makes the street lively enough, Delmonieo's
fills up, but the biggest crowd is at tho end
where the ten cent pie and sandwich oounter
Is. Only two bottles cf champagne, are visible
along tho wbote row of tobies, and a deep
soared, melancholy bus possession of tho tliuveu
"llow are things, Auguato?" asks a giddy
young scion Qf an old lianking house, who is
inventing some of the paternal cash in a feast
that makes older men, who have to work for
their money, open their eyes. "Slow, eh?"
"Ah, Bare!" thus Augusta, with his shoul
ders to his ears and his hands out, palms up
ward ; "on a bear market, sarc, ze vaitare he
Dodging out of cr9 oi hj pestg oi offices
on Brcd street omcs an elderly woman in a
shabby go.wp,, with' a, hand sachel bulging to.
bursting clutched in her ungloved hand. A
foxy faced man, with a gien balzo bag to
identify his trade by, trots beside her, listen
ing submissively to her observations, and' a
hush of awe falls on the street during her
passage. Among the wh ispered fragments of
comment that follow them you may catch n,
few, such as:
"liveliest w'pnVn in America,
"JJet you the beers she's got a million in
that gripsack, "
"woanl tho a goue in for J. r. B. Con
Two or three men who have a few quarters
left hurry off to the nearest bucket shop to
buy J. P. S. Consolidated for a rise, because
Betsy Brown is said to have gone in for i.
Iater, the members discover a 9'ew cp.n;6r.
Ha U a smartly cb.-ess4d young fellow, who
has lately "bought a, seat, and who, h.p.s. ttwii
furod, op he floor fo- the firfcfc time by the
(tppearqncd of tha theatrical visitors, ills
bew associates hail him with much elfusion.
One grasps his hand warmly.
"My dear boy," ho 6y5, "so glad to see
you here, upon luy word, I am."
He compresses the uow member's hand in
a grip thn.$ mk.ea him squirm, wbilG.anc.iuer
conspirator DtUiicoGS tha vef ' meniUev's new
Whle hat d(T aiU tosses it into the air. In a
flaslp the whoJa exchange is in an uproar.
"Xho ,at hounds and rebounds in the air like
a ball, never getting lower than the line of
beads. A circle forms around the astonished
new member and commences a weird and
barbaric dance, accompanied by a chant that
would do credit to a band of Apache Indians
on the war path. The new incmberi who bad
till now forgotten all, abpp 5 tis b.a2.hig thatf
tha ozchanga prjactio&sV makes an attempt to
tpreaVthe circlo and reach tho door, imd to
cpmea l,ost in a tangle of stockbrokers who
rend tha welkin with the most unearthly and
inhuman cries. The visitors are in an ecstasy
and applaud wildly. When the pew member
finally bolts out at a back door, with his
spring suit in ribbons, he is followed by a
howl that must be audible in Jersey.
A truck loaded with sacks of silver dollars,
like bags of meal, jolts away from the sub
treasury, and breaks down. a. dozen yards off.
Xhis gives the. unemployed mob something to
look at, while the driver and, a couple of
volunteer assistants stack the treasure up
along the curbstone, to await the arrival of
By ten minutc9 past 3 the exchange is
locked up, New street Is empty, and Broad
street nearly so. The bar tenders commence
to wash up their glasses for the day, and the
waiters gather in the corners of tha restau
rants, and compare their returns, with dark'
cng brows; la tho bjrokers' offices the char
woman begin to sweep out, and in the beer
sidopns the men with dogs, and shoestrings,
and playing cards, and what not else to sell,
industriously work the free lunch counter,
and talk us solemnly of the dreadful dullness
as if they were personally interested in tha
millions that have not changed hands.
The brokers are going up town a-foot and
on wheels, but mostly a-foot. Tbey do it for
exercise, they say. It is a peculiarity
Wall street that a bear market is. always
amazingly pro7ccc.tiYe f athleticism among
tha brokers, while luxury aad a desire for
ease and repose come in aa invariably when
the bulls have the field to themselves.
Alfred Trumble in The Argonaut.
Ilardly Worth While.
Dakota Man (with bei out o? car window)
Ariythc, interestin' goiu' on this yere
town today, stranger!
Citizen There's a hangin this arternofsn.
Dakota Man Single or doublol
Dakota alau Cniy a single, ehl 'Waal, I
recken I won't stop off. Tid Bits. .
' , -
His marvelous what an open sesame u,
.You needn't pay for It now.
Real Estate Bargains
EXAMINE OUR LIST.
- i 3r
UUUlll -1 UliM
21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Towiiscnd's addition.
Lot 10 block 138,. lot 5 block 104.
Lot 1 block r,, lot G block 1)5.
Lot 11, block 111, lot 8, block (il.
lots in youno and hay' addition,
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots ia Puke's addition.
Improved property of all descriptions
and iu all parts of the city 011 easy terms.
A new and desirable residence in
South Park, can be bought on monthly
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and
see if wc cannot s;U you better.
ZC-j ZL-nT lj r3.
3 aces pf improved ground north of
the city limits.
5 acres of ground adjoining South
2 acres of ground adjoining South
1 J acres, oj gfouad adjoining South
20 acres near South Park: Se i sec.
14, T. 10, It. 12, Cass county, price $1,
800, if sold soon.
uw i sec. 8, T. 12, R. 10, Cass Co.,
A vaUi(bc foipiOyed stock fram in
Meiriek Co., Neb., 1C0 acres and on
Windham & Davies,
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Phoenix, Hartford or itna com
panies, about which there is no question
as to their high standing and fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis
astrous one from tornadoes and wind
storms. This is fore-shadowed by the
number of storms we haye already had
the most destructive one so far this year
having occurred at Mt. Vernon, 111.,
where a large number of buildings were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 1888.
Call at our ofliec and secure a Tor
UmnwNved lands for sale or ex-
PLATTS MOUTH, NEB.
II 0 RANGE.
Dr. C A. Marshall.
m ISJtl TIST !
Preservation t.f natural teeth a Kjieelalty.
rttlh tjrlravUd wit limit fain liyvte of jMuuHlug
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
KlT.'l RK A Lllit liLOI K l'LVrrflMOUTII, NIC 11
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
Tl-e only Ienll"tM In ihe West rntit,-:;!;tK till
New .system i f Kxiiiiciiii Mid Filling 'leeth
without 1'ain. 1 'in- iui:ie.i lietle U 111
tlrVly free from
c 1 1 1 au 1 o i'o 1 : 31 ) n i :t j nut
AM) ISA BSOIX'TKLY
Harmless - To - All
Tee'h extraeted and prtiflelal teeth Inserted
nexi uay II ilesm-ii. j no juesei val lou oi tue
liutuial teeth a H-eial!y.
GOLD CROWNS, COLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very finest. mice In 1'iiion r.lock, over
'1 lie Cili1-Ln' liiiL-k,
Il.Utro.outII, . . iTtT..,
Wm. Herold & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Boots slid Shoes
or Ladies and Gents
FURNISHING - (iOOI)S..
He kee ps as birgc ami 11s well
stzTj jzcrir jo stock
An caa Ue loiuid any d:ice in I lie city and make
you priccM that defy cuinju'tilluii.
Harper's Bazar Patterns and Ball's Corsefr.
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Mulil St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
Has the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: lJusii(fc.s units
from $1(1 to f:55, d;c-s suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, $5, $u, ifd.oO and upwards.
CWill guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
J. E. R0BBINS, ARTIST.
INSTUUCTIONS GIVEN IN
FINE OIL PAINTINC
ALb iOVKKS OF AItT AIIK -INVITED
TO CALL AN1
jni-zjinxisrj jLizr work
KTUDIO OVER OLIVER A. IIAMSK
isnEW ice nvcEisr
Wi, have our house filled uitli
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are prepared to deliver it daily to our cus
tomers in any iuautity desired.
ALL 0EDEKS PE0MPTLY PILLED.
Leave orders with
3- IF1- 23E.XJH3ISrX,Ti:3rt.
At store on Sixth Street. We luake a Spee.
And Luadittg Car. For terms see us or
H. C. MfMAKEN & &ON.
Telephone 72, - - PJattt mouth
J. C, SOOITB,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER
All work first-cliifs; west Fifth Street.
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
MRS. G. B. KEMPSTER,
Teacher cf Vocal & Instrnmental Music
Residence Northwest Corner of Elev
enth and Main Streets, PlatUmouth
Practical Piano and Organ Toner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Oran Ofiice at ftocck'
furniture store. Pbtttsmoutli, Nebraska.
K. B. Wisdham, John A. Davikh,
Notary Puhlie. Notary PubUe.
Attorneys - at - Law.
Office over Tank of Cat-fc C ounty.
Plattsmocth, - - Nkp.raska.
B.A.M. Time Table.
No. 1. 4 -jtm a. m.
NO, 3.-6 :40 p. III.
No. 5 9 an a. m.
No. 7. 7 -.45 p. IP.
No. .--6 :i" p. nj.
OOI NO FAS".
No, 2.-4 :5S5 p. In.
No. 4. H :: a. m.
No. K 7 :i:i p. 111.
No. f.--'J :M h. l!.
No. in.: :ts a. m.
All trai: run daily ty way of Onifaha. except
Now. 7 aud 8 which u 11 to aud from Schuyler
dally exe pt Sunday.
No. 31 is a t ub to Pacific Junction at s 20. a.m.
No. 19 is a stub from Pacific Junction at tt a.iu.
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