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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, .JUNE 27, 1888.
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r':n'irT. - Jauk4 Pattkkson, jr.
Attorney. - - - Hvk.iji CuitK
Fiiuliieer - - - A Maiiol
1'oRcn .Indite. - - - ;;mkkoki
VurhaU. - - . - W II MM.IOK
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1 Al JOMKH
lM, A HHIPMAK
F MrCALLRM, I"HM
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V .lllllNH N,JIIAIMMAN
Hoard Pub. Works
1). A. Camtiikll
F.XA Cm rrti-iKi.i
W. II. Tool
JOSjf M. I.KVUA
W. C. hllOWALTKR
Itul VV'reaturer, -
Cirri:. 7 -Depub?
.:eo.rler ol Deeds -Dnixity
Clem f uiiti ict Court.
r.Urilr. - -Surveyor.
A I.I.KN BKIWDX
h.int. ol Pub. School, -
County J u Ue.
. . -i t ii r.. l'iatUtnouth
Lot: 14 F"l,TZ,
A. i:. Ul ceus,
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f "I ASH LOI; No. 140. 1
" 'o"Vry Tue-lay evenln of e:oh week. All
?. anient i-roiiitrs h i?ufvUuh lavitcd to
ttii-nJ. ' '
lLAlTMOLTH LNCAMPMKNT No. 3. 1.
-I- O. F.. meet every alternate rrldap
each mouth In tlie MaoniC Hall. Visit
.-oiiji :si Be luvitpd to atn1
I iVery attoniai Friday evalj.i? at K . ol l .
liall. Transient brotlier are resign unj
vit.xl to attend. F.J. Morgan. Master woreraaui
K. rt. lUretow. Foreman ; i-rana i.rowu.
peer: I. lluwen, liiinio; ut-uiK"
Keeorder: II. .1. Jolinson
Kmith, Itecelver ; M. MayuriRiu. ran oi.
Jack lautherty, lus'de Guard.
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CAMP NO.S?. MOIp WOOpMKN
J .i Ai.rk:t - .etI.. copd and laurtti Mon-aay-twiilK-ut-R.
f K haU. All tranwent
fcxilher- are requested to meet, with uj. I.. A.
NsMeontr, Venerable Coital : O. p. ..
l- Mefet? every alternate Friday evening at
Kock wood hall at a o'eloc. All ranslciit broth
ers aro respeetfully Invited to attend. I
Larson. M. ; r . -oya, run-niu . .
' Wilde, ltecorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer,
. . . Tmiii:Ttl f A inn R Nt. fi. A
Meets ou th firt and tliird Alondays of
aca laoiith at tieir IihII. AM trD.sient oroi
w,i uiei.i IMl A K ft. Mil. rt. XL. iV. 11
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K? ",u lt i TueBdiv of eaeh
m,n, kt" Mair Hall. TraiiaoUut brothers
axe invited to meet w.ita i. R WiJitk p
Wi. Hays. Secretary.
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Ieets nrsi aim imru cuit...j .......
each month at Maso 's nan. V't""s
-re -iortlia'.ly invited to meet Willi lis.
Wi'.llK. E. C,
POST 45 C A. R-
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VL'r;.;.,v Fui- MJr
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i V tMVkTw"." . V ..:rost Chaplain
Meet in .Saturday evening
Knrespnt the followinfl time-
tried and fire-tosted companies:
An.erti.au Ofti.trat-S':. Louis. Assets 1.258.100
Commercial Uulou-England. 1 2.RW.314
Fire Association-Philadelphia. 4.415.576
Pranklia-Phlladelphla, " 3.117.106
Home-New York. M 7.855.M9
I rs. O. of North America. Phil. " 8.474 JG2
.nit Tn.L.n A Ulobe-Fne " CfV .781
fcor'h Biltish MetiautllaT&a '' . S,S7i,?64
-j.orwicl t'nlon-Eugland. . 1.2i5.4C6
Bj.riUjjrield F. & M.-Spiingfleld, " 3.04415
Total Assets . S42. 1 15.774
Losses AJjastsl ana Faia atthisAgeacy
WHEN YOU WANT
' CALL ON-
Cor. 12th aud Granite Streets.
frAYlt rat. tOl antl HUliUCri
"Lra RRQ W'N'K
X QL 4 A.ve 11
Personal attention to all Business Entrust
to my care. .
XOTART IX OFFICE.
Title Examined. Ahstarcts Cora"!
surauce Written, Real Estate Sold.
Better Facilities for making Farm Loans than
Any QthGC Aceney.'
Fires In Sweden.
SrxDavAi.L. Swetlen, Juno 27. The
town of Uiuea, on t lie delta of Hotlitna,
ia been partly lurncl. The damage at
Sundsvall and Umca will reach $5,000,
000. luioienso tracts of forcfet land has
icen hurued. A drought has prevailed
for a lonjj t'tc rendcrio tho wood very
Ocean Steamers Collide.
New Yohk. June 27. A. dispatch
from London say that the British steam
er, Lynmouth Castle and lied .Star line
t;teamcr, iordland, collided. It '8 believ
cd that Sirs. Folaoui, mother of President
Cleveland's wife, is among thcNordland's
passengers. The Lynmouth U U1'
damayed. is not known to what ex
tent Ihe Nordiapd has been damoged.
Bridges Washed Away.
Nei.bo.v, Nel., June 27. TeUutv't
U-'A of ruin ever known here occurred at
IJ o'clock this morning. Elk Creak is out
of its bank, and all the bridges in its
course are swept away or greatly injured.
The loss to the county will be nearly
$ 10,000. The 13. & M. Pridc vfiq vcyr
dered unsafe. p"ops ai-c'of'badly daui
nged except a little rye that was nearly
ripe. Lightning struck the horse Rev, of
A. A. au4U, killing it instantly,
. : . :
At Weeping Wtfor,
Weepino AVateh, Neb., Juuc 17. Tho
republicans of Weeping Water ratified
the nominations last night. Although
they were disappointed inthc presence of
Mr. Lansing, the citizens succeeded m
satisfying ihp audience by soine rpualng
speeenes,ri6table among wh'icli was the
speech of Uapt. mira, wno iougni m
the s-.me brigade as Gen. Harrison. Dr.r
iug the meepng tije tio.Y3 eit V.p their
part of the demonstration by the tiring of
anvils. The meeting, In spite of the bad
weather, showed that the nominations
met with the favor of the republicans of
this community and would roceiye their
Clam Shells SCO a 1-air,
Col. Bilas Moore, of Southingtou, 6old
a pair of clam shells las'; week for $C0.
The pair were two feet and ten inches in
length and about one foot and ten inches
wide, and weighed 304 pounds. Col.
Moore is the owner of a pair weigliirg
?30 pcundj, whicU he Quld not senior
910l."-,,niese large mam biieiia taiuo
tlie'iMediterraneani sea, and "there : are
ecije in Italy which weigh 700 pounds.
Most pf thee eliplls laye a klfwljlutj
ii) a pullic'inuseiifja). wliero they are not
handled, the blemish mav not Via seen.
Lift private collection It is desirable to
have perfect shells. Col. Moore'a $100
6hells aro perfect and the finest in the
United States. There are parts of the
meat of these big clams which are giu
fa!. Ctl. Mojre hns seen -a fllara eteatc
Bis'luclleiS wldrf and A;f0Cf y&fe; j' l,i3
follectioiare flam shells so small that
ten pairs would nqt weigh an purine. To
oiitivplgl the bi4 iiau1 would require
more than 10,000 of the small ones.
Feedinff Coira In Finland.
To nnv one who could be satisGed with
an unvarying diet of fish and 1 lack bread,
accompanied by tho best cream, amlbut
ter'that'tfari ie found anywhere, it would
be easy o satisfy Ins wants in any part oi
the country. ITow tha cream and butter
come to be sq good is a tnystf ry tQ uw.
for assuredly the iiiuiish cows are ine
woiit and most scantily fed of their kind.
T.Vliat ether cow that lespcctcd hersrli
would be satisfied with hay soup in whici.
the water formiMl so unfair a proportion
to the hay? The most meagre looking
hav, mixed with liie drind branches ol
alder, mmer4 in a lsuge iroiviKt, aiut
one sees the poor trusts dipping their
noses into the unsavory broth mi l lisliiinr
ut its wxldened contents with the evi
dent relish of hunger. It was complained
o rue by a resident l;i the country thai
'owa could not I e iiidticetl to lMk upon
awdust as tho stable of their food. lk
.:r he bad seriously made tho trial I d-
sot know, but should he ever succeeu.
here will boa ric'.i iwt for FinUunl
i il:iirv i.;i r.ii:!. ;inn;n s Maira.ine.
Xtcallna Carpets fn Paris,
American housewives engrossed In the
cares of bouse cleaning, may thank their
stars they do not live in Pari. The oonseU
daSalubrite of that city bas receauj ois-
covered the inconvenience of allowing car-
nets to be brushed and beaten in the open air
in mo ticuuij w. u"iw
a.t t-i.fAH..lll.nrM'fAH hAneoa Art ArWtTint
of the oust wmcn is so raiseo, sou 1"'J
on account or the bacteria wnicn may oese i Jt geemed at tne point where the menu be
frae when the carpets come from bouses where . g to taper f or tb,s to rea(j t w igf t $Q
Eymotio diseases nave, exisiea. am conse
has, therefore, decked that thlf operation
iitions: The carpets . musk be brushed and
viu De awowett omjr iWu.s-
I i . ,f,'-.l. .Unk nn mnm nnri tha
. deDOSited on the floor will be washed
with water containing some aiAUuecranp a
PteDt action'' "P of WOGl .eta N
I 7, tmAdiatalv. Chicasro News.
Too Early to Crow.
HaDDT Yonne Husband Belle and X get
along very amiably. Not the slightest cold
ness bas occurred, ana we nave Deenmamra
almost a Year.
Wise Father Did yea ever try to match
any trimming for berf
'Then your experience hasn't "com rnwnr4
THE VIAL OF TEARS.
Adown the fadloK slop of afternoon
The duak eomae oftly. dutdIa eyed and fain
Stray orefly Kleains (IJuma bar Dairy balr
witn poinu or light, while o'er her the yoaf
Haoga Uke a iUTer bow tf walie her urn.
in one cool t'Aad eke beara bar cud of dew
ryiad to tho brim tn one rial rare.
Sweet odor Boat around her. All the air
She aeta with drowsy Boon da tho cricket tune.
rami rails ana cblrpe, and eooa that mothers
To amlling, sleepy babe. If to the earn
lliere came but tbesa: Dt ljdc all there
The vafiHk'4 volet aome dear familiar ptirnao '
a,ias, ita crj huu vial Holds but tears!
Cottage IT earth.
A CELESTlAl FST.
VVESTERN BARBARIANS AT NEW
YORK'S CHINESE " PEWMpNlCa"
A MMryylouf Array of Jrvckery Copa o(
Uelichtful Ta The Famous Dish Nut-cUI-kl
Oriental Art In Cookiui; Cffga.
The Cook's Triumph.
The party numbered a novelist, a Journal
ist and a poet and two ladies, likewise litcrr.rj
folk more or less kriorn to, ill world, The
tirne Wis Q cdoyk oil a rainy ' nigtA and the
place was the Chihcso quarter of New York,
Letter known as the Bond, where Mott Etreet
debouches into Park row.
Picking their way among the pools and
pitfalls of the narrow tltalt, h ptirty
Ualtttd befpf ft n ancient tenement, somewhat
mqrp ilapiclatoi tUau its neighbors, whose
door past bare a legond in Chinese if one
could but have deciphered it informing the
hungry wayfarer that hero ho might cat and
The novelist, to whose experience in Chinese
cookery tho rest of the party humbly sub
mitted themselves, led the way inothodueky
Inlerior. Mounting cue fligfet- py' stairs', '"fc,e
ushired hia canipariiohs into a largo, square,
froiit rooiri cticarjietod, and, furnished-with
curious 'a ishet ' lev the party seated them.
selves, and prepared for what was to follow.
A MARVELOUS AURAT,
Two clocks and a stovo, together with the
tables and stools, were the only strictly Oc
cidental appurtenances which the room con
tained. In the left hand corner of the apart
ment stood a broad, short lovaigo er' cy vafy
piled, high. with- pillows, and, 1 (uraisued ' with
a fcay'conhuiig' assortment
of eedles, arsi, pipes and a lamp which was
kept ppustantly burning, jt waa occupied at
prjaBt by a large, plump specimen of tho
Oriental, who lay at length lazily manipu
lating needle and pipe, and presently the
fault, insipid odor of opium circled through
In tho opposite corner upon a ninxber cf
shelves was wring's:; a marrelouiS -Array of
crockui y, AAioulatod-to sc''avlierainomaniac
wilil:" Wohderfur tureens, ' rleeorated with
intertwisted di agohs, snakes, dwarfed (cise
and moissuous unaniy hw'ls all shapes
aa4 fclnjrS' ''.""piitiL ' saupeii and Uteusils
whoseysp would puaale any Imt a Chinese,
were d.isplSJfi tl admtration of envious
eyes. Below these again wero metal utensils
of multitudinous shapes, chafing dishes, flsh
shaped, to oontain flsh; plates, fowl shaped,
to hold fowl, and many formed to ennta?
the nondescript doligtos whic'u &o largely
mnlr.T '.n c r.iiiriesAWiJI-' '-i.-
Nf-vtand t!:ounter for what in
uugush wpuld be the cashier, with the count
ing frame, uik po( tiu brSl) ?,nv aooount
bqpjig. thlsi pisided a fat, Jovial look
ing Celestial, wuo hau evidently thriven
upon entertainment of his own house. Back
of the main apartment the kitchen displayed
to view a perplexing maze of articles, wholly
nameless to a western understanding, the
whole pervaded by a mouth watering per
fume and a suggestive sound of frying and
frizi-Ims. - " "
BcLore each ot tho party was set a cup of
delightful tea many times replenished dur
ing the meal chop, sticks, and, as a conpos-
sion to, English, ignorance a, vVy sjall plate
and a, af-.
TUB FIRST DISH.
The first dish brought on was tho famous
Xut-chi-ki. In cold words, it is a prepara
tion of fowl, pork, Chinese mushrooms and a
nut somewhat similar to a chestnut. In ab
solute fact, it is the original p.raUrvda Uie
true tood cj the gois, u wupse luscious
sauce. ?ve'a biar'd' was daMy dipped. Its
taste and qavor are simply inaascriDaoie
English has no synonym, for it, adjectives
are feeble and insulting. Qna pf the ladies
observed, in passing her saucer if or a second
help, that it was "heavenly." The novelist,
to whom the observation was addressed, had
no audible reply to make. With his mouth
full he could do nothing but reply fervently
with his eyes. The poet devoured in silence;
he had found something for which there is
Following this camo Foy-yung-darn an
omelet of which, it may be, said that no'pe-
cidenpai encr. p. peavre pauio, pver compare
with this Oriental work of art in eggs. The
Chinese chef had no rival except in his own
country. Then came Chow-chop- guy, an
other mysterio.ua nxlxture, alter- eating of
which the poet expressed lus opinion that
nature had done hiiu wrong in not giving
him two stomachs. Marvelous comestibles
I ntiier in mniri
l and the diners were reduced to a condition or
I ... ... .
r . ht e Chinesa ingenuity must have
-,1' itself, but there was a knowing
twinkle in the eve of the novelist, and bis
deluded and overfull companions began to
suspect that he had prudently reserved a
nook for some culinary wonder yet to come.
Heralded by birds' nest soup the king of all
soups it came La the shape of j Chow-gow-
men, tne apex ana pinnncie ot hoi lluus eat
able in this world or the next. It is simply a
species of macaroni, so prepared as to leave
i . . i -
a nart soft wtuie a pan is cooKea crisp, last
ing it gingerly, the party uttered simultane
ous cries of delight, and made a oombined, at
tack upon the dish, which disappeared wito
The bill of fare is not the work of an inky
spider, as it seems, but the passport to de
lights such as Lacullus never knew, even
when he dined with himself. Let any one
whq wishes to know how to dine hand it to
3 Chinese restaurateur, New York World.
a numoer plain, woouen aies arifl Etpp.l.
Neaf a window (n otioi corner, pf the rocvr pg
of tho tables vy-as &c-t 'ioriti' WitU a number oi
Tlte Fren'rli Soldier's Defects.
A French military writer. M. Da
Fletres, in an esaav n the education of
the French infantry, makes some very
serious charges aerainst tho French sol
dier. The latter, bo savs in efTecr. hat
serious moral aa well as physical defects;
grossly abuses hia ollicers when out of
hearing. Li careless end slovenly, bas no
heart for military service, and, when op
porturiity cornea, jonceals all trace of its
Water famine in 12ns;laail.
There Is an dlarmine tcarcitv of watr
hi many of ":ho Urge "-.owns of 3reat
Britain, and Liveriool 9.nd Manchester
are threatened with a water famine. In
view of litis state of thinjrs it is nrocosed
to bring sea water to be used for bat lis.
jiosets, watering streets, tlushing sewers
ud extingiaisliing fires. Tho scheme
meets with much favor. Chicazra
An Ingenious Scheme.
It does not tako much thinking to see that
the multiplicity of books calls for a means of
creating a demand for them. The mi'tf.
genious scheme wa h.:vo Lcai J oi VUv
man who has crammed a painphiet with
uamc3of men in public life, and then : has
est a pviiitecl postal card to each ono say
ing: " Your name appears iu very cola type
on page." it worts well. livery inau
thus apprised rushes to buy the volume,
which costs luss than tea centa und sells for
half a doUur. New York Sun.
Heads of College Students.
The heads of tho Cambridge students hare
been measured, showing that tho uverago
brain capacity of a first class munis t l-t.osj
cubic inches. The capacity of tho ordinary
p:iss man's head uieasurea 'i7.'13 iuehes.
Watch.es ! Watolios
H. fi GAULT
Ha moved and is now in the Sht rwood
room, Cor. 5th and Main Sts., where
he is better able to show his
Large Stock of Walchis,
CLOCKS AITD JEWELRY T-
Than eytr ei::e, nncl yvUlas an iuducc
inent st U ia' W:itclies way down. Call
and get the Special Prices in Gold Watch
es; it will surpriso you. A Full Line of
the best styles ot Jewelry and Silverware,
llepah ing will be given Sprcial Atten
tion. All woik warranted to give satis
Sherwin AVilli:i ins' mifil paint?, the
beet la the market, td Fiicke vt (Vs. drug
store, ' 8 tf.
Plenty of fuetl, iioui-, graharn
mea fiiiejsid's niiM. If
Men's canvass shoes at Merges', only
8. cents, everything cheap. tf.
N. SULLIVAN. Attorney at Law. WSU
cive prompt attention to all 'o-trustc-d
to him. re ia yion iiiocs, Kaal
side. Pliiiifaiaai ey. ''
$ ui W p &
M P I J S B
K ' I tA,
AjsTD AY CLIMATE. 0
Send far Circular.
HAVEN & RHODES
(Name this paper in your order.)
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Ecal Estate Bargains
KXA MINK OUU LIST.
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21 lots iu Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townsend's addition.
Lt 10 block 138, lot 5 block KM.
Lot 1 block fi, lot (i block ()").
Lot II, block 111, lot 8, block (?1,
LOT? iv; YOVNa aso hays' audition.
Lots in Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Improved property of all descriptions
and in all parts of the city on easy terms.
A new and desirable residence in
South Park, can be boaght on monthly
Before purchasing tkewhere, call and
ee IT we cacaot suit you better.
ii a3fea of improved ground north of
the city limits.
3 acres of ground adjoining South
2 acres of ground adjoining South
ii acres of. jr.ud adjoining South
2) acres near South Park: Se i sec.
14, T. 10, Ti. 12, Cass county, price $1,
800, if sold soon.
mv see. 8, T. 12, IJ. 10, Cass Co.,
A valuable improyed stock fram i
Merrick Co., Jel, ld &erc3 and on
Windham & Davies.
Consult your best interests by insuring
in the Phoenix, Hartford or tna com
panies, about which there is no .juestion
a3 ta their hi sit 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 ene so far this year
having occurred at Mt. Vernon, 111.,
where a large number f buildings were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc-
currence more probable in 1888.
Call at our ofliee and secure a Tor
Unimproved lauds for sale or ex
Dr. C- A: Marshall.
EH E,MTIST !
l'renervallou tf natural teeth a Kpeclalty.
fttth tjrtriu trd vllhutfl jmln ly ote of lAluyhlmj
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FlTZOKItAUl'H UlXK'K FLITT HMOUT1I, NKI
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
The only Dentin! in the West controlling this
New System tf Kxtract itK Hiid Filling 1 ret ll
without Pain. Our Hiiuetlhellc is en
tirely Dee front
AND IS AP.SOLUTKLY
Harmless - To - All
Teeth extracted and Rrlilieial teeth Inserted
next day II desired . The preservation ol the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very lluest. Oflleeln I'nlon liloek, over
The Citizens' I5aiik,
Win. Hcrold & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Eools and Shoes.
or Ladies and Cents
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps a large and ns well
As can he found any ilae in the city and make
you prices ttiUL ceiy eompetiiioii.
Harper's Bazar Patterns and rairu Corsets..
C. F, SMITH,
rhe Boss Tailor.
Main St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
lias the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and donict-iiv.
woolens that ever came west ot Missouri
river. Note these prices: UusineHS sutrs.
from $1(5 to $:3."j, dress suits, $2.1 to $45,.
pants $4, $"5, $t., if tf.SO and upwards.
C"WiU guarautecd a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
J. E. R0BBINS, ARTIST
INSTRUCTIONS (UVF.N IN
FINE OIL PAINTING
WATER GQJ-OKS, ETC.
ALL LOVERS OK AllT AK1C INVITED
' TO CALL AND
ttCJl&XlSrjEZ 3Vt"X" WORK
C0TUDIO OVER OLIVER & RAMSE
ISTEW ICE MEK
We have our house filled w i'.h
A FINE QUALITY OF ICEj
And ava prepared to deliver it daily to our cus
tomers in any quantity uesireu.
ALL 0EDEES PE0MPTLT TILLED.
Lea e orders vt it h
J-. IE1. T3E--XJlLIIlISTII!3R.,
At store on Sixth Street. AVe make a Spec
And Loading Cars. For terms see us or
H. C. M'MAKEN & SON
Telephone 72, - - Flattsmontn
J. C. BOOITE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fifth Street.
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
MRS. G. B KEMPSTER,
Teacher of Vocal & Iastrniental Hnsitr
Residence Northwest Conur of Elev
enth and Mam Streets, Plattsmouth,
C3-- B. KEMPSTER,
Practical Piano and Organ Tuner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs.
Ofliee at Jlocck'c
I furniture store, I'lattsmouth, Nibratka.
E. E. Winijuam. John A. Daviks.
Notary Public. Notary Public.
YV1.MMIAJI A. OA VI KM,
Attorneys - at - Xa"w.
Office over Bank tf Caos County.
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
B. &. W1. Time Table.
No. 1. I -JiO a. rn.
To, 3. 6 :4n p. in.
No. 5. 9 -."' a. in.
No. 7. 7 :45 p. in.
No, 2 i fl p. in.
No. 4. 10 a. in.
No. 6. 7 :13 J), m.
No. S. 0 -JM a.m.
Xo. 10. 9 :15 a. in.
No. 9. 6 :17 p. m.
All tralm? run daily by wavof Onialia. except
Km. 7 and 8 which run to and from Schuyler
daily except Sunday.
No. 30 Is a tub to Pacific Jnnetion at R 3". a.m.
No. V) Is a stub from Pacific J unci ion at II a.iu
Piattsmoutb. - afel
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