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PI.ATTSHOUTII, NEBUAS1CA, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1888.
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jAMKri PATTEHHON, JK.
. IS V HON C'LAKK
. S cuirroKU
V II Mai.ick
rolicw Judge, -Marshall,
Couucllinen, 1st ward.
lK. A KlIIFMAM
i M B Mutu-lIY
4tll. " i I MiCaLI.KN. 1KK9
J W JoilNllKX.CllAIKMAN
Hoard rub.Work Kkki Ookokk
uoaraiuo.Mui hawrh Worth
Deputy Treasurer, -
Jlecorder of lined
Clerk ol District Coart.
Hupt. of Tub. School.
I). A. CAMI'liELL
W. II. I'ool,
John M. Lkyua
W. C. HIIOWALTKU
- A I.I. It N BKKrtON
UOAHD OK HU
A. H. Toui. Ch'iu.,
A. B. DICKSON,
ilAWMUTiTNo. 110. 1- O. r-TMe5t1!
VVevery Tuesday evening of each week. All
transient brothers are rcpectfully Invited to
11LATTMOITTII ENCAM I'MKNT No. 3. I. O.
X o K.. meet every alternate rrlday in
each mouth in thrt Mamiic Hall. isiting
Brothers are invited to attend.
mKin lodok no. 8. a. o. u. w.-iets
1 every alternat Friday evening at K. . of 1 .
hall. Transient brother are respectfully In
vited to attend. K.J. Morgan.Master Workman , ;
K. S. Bar-tow. Foreman ; Iraiik Brown. Over
seer; I. Bowen, Oulde ; Oeoige Ilousworth.
Recorder; H. J. J-dmsoii. Financier ; W a-h.
Hmlth. Heeeiver; M. Maybrlglit. I at M. W. ,
Jack Daughcrty. Inside (iuard.
i 1ASH CAMP NO. SB. MODKltS WOODMEN
of America Meets second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. of l hall. All transient
brothers are requested t meet, with us. a.
Newconer. Venerable Consul ; ;. J;.
Worthy Adviser ; S. C. Wilde, Banker; W. A.
1"LTrs.MOUTII LODOK NO. H. A. O. IX. W.
Meets every alternate Friday evening at
Kockwood ball at s o'clock. All transient broth
' -3.nl are respertfully Invited to attend. L. .
J Arson. M. W. ; F. Boyd. Foreman : 8. C.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
IiLATl'SMOUTII LODOK NO.C. A. F. & A.M.
Meets on the- lirt and third Mondays of
each month at their ball. All transient broth
er, are cordially in, "ed to .meet wit., us.
Wm. Hath. Sccreiary:
VKHKASKA CHAITF.K. NO. 3. K. A. M.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each
month at MannV Hall. Transcietit brothers
are invited to meet with us. H p
Wm. Havm. Secretary.
' XIO COM MA MA ItY, NO. 5. K. T.
Meet first and third Wednesday night of
each month at M-vso Vs hall. Visiting brothers
lire cordially invited to meet with u.
Wm. Hay. Kec. K. E. White. E. C.
g ASS COUNCIL NO. 1021. KOVAL KCANL'AI
J meets the second and fourth Mondays of
each mouth at Arcanum Hall.
It. N. Ulexx, Regent.
"P. C. Minor. Secretary.
McCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. R.
J. W. Johnson ... ....Commander.
C. S. Twish Senior V ice -
a. htks Junior
Vo.N7S:." .-. Adjutan .
llZNHT STRK.KSI1T M
M tN 1. xon Offlcer of the hnj.
avdckson Fry Sergt Major.
.lAOoBdKBB'.KMAX.. ..Quarter Master Serjrt.
J. O. tifUTis l'ost Chaplain
feetinsr Saturday evening
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
President Kobt. B Wnlhain
1st Vice President 't,'
..d Vice l'residcnt "
F. K- Outhiiian
J C. Kichev. K. E. White. J.C. ratterson.
J A. Conner. II. El-on, C. W. Sherinau. i-. t.or
d'rr, J. V. Weckbach.
Keprcscnt the following time
tried and fire-tcsted companies:
American Central-S'. Iuis. Assets
Ids. Co, of North America. Phil. "
Uverpool& London & Globe-Eng "
Korth British Mercantile-Ea "
Korwlch Lni n-EngUnd.
Springfield F. M.-Springfleld, "
Total Assets. S12.115.T74
"teats Afljnstel M Fail at tMsAientT
WHEN YOU WANT
x Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
v Qontractor and HuUder
4Tby abould mourn o'er aorrowf ul past
And era to for peace that 1U coma at lostf
Each life bath woes that are keen to bear
Its pains and Its heartaches and Its despair,
It U better to laugh than sigh and grieve;
To Borrow Id tears Is not to live
From pain win gain and be content 1
Why should we fear la a halting place
To peer beyond with an eager face?
Each Ufa hath gloom and bewildering waste
Where fruit grow fair that are bitter to taste.
It Is better to baste through a thorny way
Than to bait In Its path to wait a new day
Make fair each care and be content!
Why should we sigh for a dear love, dead.
That was lost to our life by faith misled T
Each life bath Joy, that wins and slays
With its promise of bopo and its sad delays.
It Is better to watch by a fading gleam
Than to waken to gloom from a vanished dream
Endure, and thou art sure to find content!
Why should we fail or falter In strife
Twixt good and the ill that prevails in life?
In reaching for heights, unblest or blest.
Each soul of us bath some war with rest;
Crowned or uncrowned at the end of the fight,
'Tis 1 tter to battle than flee In affright.
Better to lose than to lament
He hath enough who bath content!
Harriet Maxwell Converse.
A Trick of Advertising-.
One man after another stooped down,
picked it up, and then dropped it like a hot
lotato, whilo the flush of mortification rose
to his temples. It was at the corner of Clark
and Washington streets. Right on the side
walk, in full view of passers by, lay a bank
book with a check for a good round stun just
pecpins out from it. At least it looked like
a bank book and a check. It was the clo?3t
faosimilo of the genuine thing ever palmed
off on an unsuspecting and strictly honest
public. The littlo book was of the right size
atxl tint, was dented in the middle, as if from
frequent use, bore a number and a name, and
the two inches of check thnt offered them
selves to view looked enticingly natural.
But, of course, it wasn't a bonk book nor a
check. You opened tho book and you found
nothing but an advertisement of some in
surance company in it. And that was why
every one who got fooled flushed such a
bright tint more from sorrow than from
nnger or shame. Chicago Herald.
The Umbrella In Canada.
I was walking on King street, Toronto, one
day with a gentleman, a Canadian, who was
carrying my umbrella over my head for me.
I noticed that every woman who passed me
looked at me with a superior smile or a pro
longed stare. I could not understand it, as
my frock was plain and I had discarded my
jaunty American hat and had an out-and-out
Canadian chapeau, about which there could
lo no mistake. Finally I asked my com
panion: "What is it they are staring at?"
"They know you to be an American," he
answered, "because I am carrying your
umbrella. A Canadian woman would no
more expect her escort to carry an um
brella for her than she would expect him to
fly, but American women expect these little
attentions. They are used to them, they
take them as their right, and," he added
gallantly, "Canadians are happy to give
them to the Yankee queens. "Edith Sessions
Tupper in Chicago Herald.
Heart Iore Found In Books.
Therefore book knowledge is great knowl
edge. Besides, the book is a material link
between two persons, a chain made of matter,
I mean, by which they can bind themselves
by reading aloud, and by enjoying together
not only the author's mastery of tho theme,
but also his force of language, his eloquence,
his poetry, his wit. Reading together is
great bond of union; also it has this advan
tage, that there is heart lore as well as mind
lore in books, there being poets and story
tellers as wells as historians and philosophers.
There is no point or height in human experi
ence which friends and lovers may not climb
together in books. They may choose from
the circle of tho sciences or sweep over the
whole orbit of them. "J. V. B." in Globe
Democrat. How to rnrlfy Cities.
Dr. John C. Peters says it would bo an
easy matter to clean city streets and at tho
same time purify the air, by the issue of a
dilution of bromine. Sixty cents worth can
bo diluted in three or four hundred gallons of
writer which, if snrinkled on the streets.
rill bo found euectuai in puruying me germ
den atmosphere of the neatea city, usea
i tbe streets it is one of the most powerful
sinfectants. If city streets were sprinkled
.i t.h a dilution or tr online, ino sewers anu
tl sub-ways flushed with it, and back alleys
and tho docks disinfected, it would do much
to break up diseases which rage in certain
districts of our cities. Herald of Health.
A lew Ltlt as samples.
"All tho men are not fools, anyhow,"
snapped Mrs. Curtley to her husband, during
a littlo domestic discussion.
"No, my dear," replied Mr. C, with true
manly politeness. "No, there are a few
bachelors left as samples." Washington
Fatbos of the II amorous.
"There goes roy vacation!" exclaimed a
Norwich working woman tbe other day, but
no one saw it go or could comprehend tbe
meaning of the remark until she took her
plate of false teeth from her mouth in two
pieces. With working people vacations hold
by a very slender thread. Norwich Bul
letin. ""'"'' " ' " '
A Fine Distinction.
The Court How is this, Mr. Johnson?
Tho last timo you were here you consented to
bo swoniy and now you simply make affirma
tion. Mr. Johnson Well, yo' honah, de reason
am dat I 'spects I aint quite so suah about
de f acks ob dis case as de odder. Life.
Quite a Difference.
An English woman who married an Ameri
can says: f'A husband in England never tells
his wife what he is doing. He thinks she hat
no business interesting herself about his af
fair. J do not see so much of that in this
country. Yon don't know how I like that."
"ew" Orleans Times, Democrat.
Good for Cold,
A California Chinaman has found a use
Tor tho bugs and beetles which are attracted
ind killed by the electric lights. He gathers
Miemand pickles them in brandy. "Heep
jooa lor com," n Chicago ttttald.
ON THE HILLTOP.
Ii in upon the hilltop yet,
Aod free from every tangling fret;
Aud ever thus. In peace of mind,
I give iny pity to my kind.
Tbe "Upset" Canoe Hues.
( There is one event in every canoe regatta
that amuses tbe lay spectator the "upset"
race. The sailing races may be tiresome,
and devoid of interest through lack of wind.
The paddling races may bo exciting; but for
pure fun the upset race is sure tocary off the
palm. It is, to begin with, a short race, of
about 200 feet. The canoes are started just
as in paddling races, and when well under
way, a signal is given from shore, at which
every paddler must immediately capsize his
canoe, turn it completely over, regain his
seat, and paddle to the finish. The overturn
ing of the whole fleet of canoes at the same
instant is a novel and ludicrous sight, and
the struggles of the paddlers to crawl over
the sides of the canoes, without again upset
ting tbem, are very funny to watch.
These races have produced more skill in
handling the canoe under difliculties than
any other event. The contestants must be
good swimmers and strong. They must bo
active and thoroughly accustomed to the
water, and must have a practical knowledge
of balance. If an "upset" or "inun over
board" event should be added to rowing re
gattas it might go far toward reducing tho
annual number of accidents and fatalities
from this flue sport The fun comes in nt a
canoe "upset" race mainly from tbe entire
absence of danger. Risk is lacking simply
because the men who compete are all skillful
bands. The training is invaluable to the
canoeists, and it has prevented many an ac
cident by giving the paddlers confidence in
the canoes and themselves when accidentally
placed in trying circumstances. Outing.
Curiosities of Vegetable Growtu.
It is a singular and as yet unexplained fact
that in certain sjecies of vegetable growth
there are found a variety of stones supiwsed
to be formed and deposited in their tissues
from the silicious and calcareous juices cir
culating in their organisms. Thus, in the
bamboo a round stonu is found at the joints
of the cane called "tabasheer." Another
curiosity of the sort is the "cocoauut stone,"
found in the endosjxjrm of the cocoauut in
Java and other East India islands. Dr.
Kimmins describes it as a pure carbonate
of lime. It is sometimes round, some
times pear shaped, while the appearance is
that of a white pearl without much luster.
Some of the stones are as large as cherries
and as hard as feldspar or opaL They are
very rare and are regarded as precious stones
by the orientals and charms against disease
or evil spirits by the natives. Stones of this
kind are sometimes found in the pomegranate
and other East India fruits. Apatite has
been discovered in the midst of teak wood.
New Orleans Picayune.
The Pastime of Theft.
The sport of thieving, in its various forms,
is the most irresistible of all pastimes, writes
the late Chief Justice Cockburn in his re
miniscences. What have the moors equal to
it? No license to pay for, no permission to
ask, no close time, total idleness, great risk,
frequent success, constant excitement, a
community of their own, tbe whole public
their preserve, the delight of eluding the
law, and the many chauces of escape even
after being caught trespassing. If anything
could be required to whet their appetite for
this game, it would bo its contrast with tbe
dullness of a good prison recently left. I
bojie I'm wrong, but if there be a thoroughly
reformed twice convicted thief, I would
rather pay a shilling to see him than to see
any other wonder in any living show. Home
Superiority of Canadian Tea.
Our scientific editor has been at a 5 o'clock
Labrador tea. The beverage was a success
rated by some as superior to China teas. It
was prepared simply as follows: Leaves of
the present season. Boiling water poured
on, and kept covered for about twenty min
utes; kept nearly to boiling point but not
allowed to boiL Sweetened with refined
sugar. Cream or milk added. Tbe dried
leaf of Ledum latifolium could be put on the
market, allowing tho widest margin, at ten
cents per pound. Educational Review.
Montenegro's Only Vocation.
Walter Baring, British agent at Cettinje,
Montenegro, reports that there is only on
road lit for a wagon in the whole country,
and that there is practically no industry,
Montenegrins scorning any pursuit but that
of arms. All the tailors, painters, carpen
ters, masons, and other artisans are foreign
ers, and all goods except those which are the
direct product of agriculture are imported,
and are of the commonest description, except
the green and white cloth used for men's
coats. New York Sun.
Exhibited Ocular Evidence.
Pension Commissioner You say you were
literally pierced with bullets. I don't see
how it was possible for you to survive the
riddling. Have you any witness who can
certify to the exact number of bullets that
entered your body!
Applicant Yes, sir; after the battle the
chest protector which I had worn was in
this terrible and convincing condition. (And
be exhibited a well worn porous plaster amid
excited silence.) Judge.
White and Gold.
The charm of tbe combination white and
gold may be realized from a window decora
tion of a prominent jeweler. The back of
the window is draped in white and its floor
covered with white. Against this pure set
ting are placed all kinds of delicate jewels
in gilt, gold and amber. Clocks, necklaces,
pins and many other handsome articles ac
quire an added beauty from their dazzling
background. Chicago Herald.
Had Other Property.
An assessor, endeavoring to ascertain th
value of a church property in Virginia, asked
its value. "Forty dollars," was the reply.
"Has the church any other property?" was
the next question, and tba answer was:
"Yes, a pitcher and tin cup." Chicago
Jo Fvove PU Case.
An Augusta, Me., boy brought the family
Bible with him to a circus which was exhib
iting in the town in order to prove that Le
wls young enough to go in at half price,
8. F. T'H'MAS.
Attorney-at-Law aud Notary 1'ublie. onice In
Fitzgerald Block. l'latttMiiuutU. eb.
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Attorney-at-Law. Will give prompt attention
to all buidiiess Intrusted to him. Olllee in
Union Block, East side. 1'lattsinouth. Neb.
A tSKlCULTUKAL I.M I'LKMKNTS.
ii HALL & I KAIO,
AKrloulttiral Implements, Com Hand Kuggie
and Kutliford V:ikou, "Good 'limber and
Bone Dry." sold and Warranted. Main street,
between Hlxili and Seventh.
FIKST NATIONAL BANK,
of Plattsmouth. Capital S.'o.(mhi ; surplus $11.
Ooo. John Fitzgerald, President : S. Wnugh.
Cashier : F. 3. While, Vice-l'resident. Board
of lilrectors : Joha Fitzgerald. F. K. White,
Jno. it. Clark, 1. liawksworth, S. Watigh.
KOBEKT DOVVKf !.Y
Blacksmith mid Wagon.. ;:Kci, lJiuilei in . iud
niillf. I'uuips and Fittings.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boots and Shoes. Repairing promptly attended
to. South Side Main street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A complete UfHortment of every kind of Foot
wear and cheaper than the cheapest, west of
the Missouri River. Also maiiiitartiiiing and
BARBER SlIOl AND BATH ROOM.
Hot and Cold Baths at all hours. Ladies" and
Children's flair Culling a specialty. Cor. 5th
aud Main, under Cariut hV.
Bread. Cakes. I'ies. linns, etc.. fresh daily.
Party, Wedding and Farcy Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
,1. 1". YOUNG,
Bookseller. Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
Goods, Tos. Confectionery, Fine Cigars. Soda
Water aud Milk Shake, 1'iano and organs and
S. & O. MAYER,
Gent's Furnishings, Fine Tailor Made Clothing
in Men's. Boys' and Children's Wear. Their
prices defy competition. They misrepresent
nothing. Their Word 's Their Bond.
Clothip?, Furniliiiis; Goods. Go to the old re
liable house for Hats. Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
Boots, Shoes. Main street, next Cas Co, Bank.
c. e. wEscorr,
Clothing. Hats, Cans, lc. Fine Furnishings
our specially. One price and no M" '-ev Bus
iness. It pays to trade with us. Rocivnood Blk.
CARRUTH CANNING CO.,
Frank Carruth, Henry J. Streight, Proprietors.
Packers of the Climax Brand Vegetable.
fruits. Confectionery and Fine Cigar?.
JJLIGS. o. P. SMI HI & CO.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Paint. Oil, Art Mater
ials. Cigars &-c. Kockwood Block.
GERIVG & C.
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils.
F. G. FRICKE & CO..
Drugs. Medicines. Chemicals. Paints, Oils,
Yarnifln-s. Dye Stuffs etc.. Kine j-tatiouery,
Select Toilet and Fancy Articles.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Notions. General Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. collier Main aud Ctli Sts.
D ItY GOODS.
Dry Gocds, Notions and Ladies' Furnishing
Goods. One floor east First National Bank.
RY GOODS. GROCERIES.
E. G. DOYEY & SOX.
Carry a large stock of Fine Groceries, Dry
Goods. Carpets. O ieensware, Notions, Hid
Fancy Goods, to be found in the county. Up
per Ma n street, between 5!li and Cth.
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
"The rainless Dentists." Teeth extracted
without the least paiu or harm. A ri Ificlal teeth
inserted Immediately after extracting natural
ones when desired. Gold and all ot her Fillings
stiictly first class. Oftice in Union Block.
r henry r.oEcic.
Furniture. Bedding, looking Glasses. Picture
Frames, etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
A 1. fEAltl-MAA.
Furniture. Parlor Suits, Upho'stery Goods.
Sioves. Oiieensware, 1 inware. and all kinds of
Household Goods. North 6tH street, between
Main and Vine
flENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Gents Fine Furnisher and Hatte-. The most
complete and finest sock in the city. Carruth
Block, Cor. 5th and Main.
M. B. MURPHY & CO..
The I.e::dti3g Dealers in Groceries. Crockery.
China, Lamps. Wooden and Willow ware.
Flour, Feed, &c. Cash pa'd for country produce.
LEHNHOFF & POENNICHSKN,
Groceries, Provisions, Glassware ud Crockery.
Green. Staple and Fancy Groceries.
BENNETT & TUTT.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Green Fruits and
Groceries and Queensware, Flour and Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cutlery, Kiddle limine.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Glassware and
Crockery. Flour and Feed.
Proprietor City Hotel. Terms, si. no per day.
Special Altentiou given commercial men.
W. G. KEEFER.
Successor to O. M. Streight. Harnet-s, Saddlery
Goods. Net, Robes, Dusters, and all horse fur
Hardware. Stoves. Tinw are. Table and rocket
CuCery. Rasors, etc. Household Sewing Ma
chines and Jewel Gasoline stoves. Tihwork
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Main
nreet, Kockwood Block.
of Plattsinout:.. Caiitl stock paid in. fifto.fttio.
Frank Carruth, I'ref ident : W. II. dishing.
Caidiier ; J. A. Connor, Vice-Trodden!. A
treneial banking buni'ics tian.aejl. Collec
tions receive prompt and careful attention.
THE GREAT SALE!
WILL - BE! - OFFBRED
From 7 a. 333.. Monday morning,
"Tntil IO p, m., Saturday ovoning
IF YOU A HE I N N KK I O F A N Y T II J N (i.
This is an opportunity ollcretl for cash buyers. "We tlo not wish to
fchip a pouml of freight and we arc; willing to
SLAUGHTER THE GOODS
- WILL - XJ3-"7"
You soon and those who wore led to be
lieve that our Closing-out Sale was mere
ly for advertising purposes will lind our
doors closed and the opportunity afford
ed for buying goods cheap forever gone.
DO - 3ST 0 17
SOLOfViOISS $c WATHAW,
White Front Dry OooiIk House - Msiin St,
O VI. A. McEI.WAIN,
Watches. Clocks. Silverware and .Jewelry.
Special Attention given to Watch Impairing.
w Fit AN K CAKKUTII & SOX.
Always carry airio ftock of Diamonds, Watch
es. CI cks. Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles.
Orop in and inspect thelreoods before parcha
O J. SCH LATE li,
Jeweler. Walt ham Watches a Specialty. Main
Street, near Fourth.
C. M. HOLMES & SON.
The Checkered Lam. Livery. Feed and Sale
stable ; parties conveyed toail parte of the city.
Carriages at all trains. Corner Vine and uth.
Who"esle and Uetail Dealer in First Quality
liecf. I'oik, Mutton Veal. Lamb. etc. Sixth
strec, Neville Ulock. Trices moderate.
.1. II AT C & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Kender their own Lard
and Cure their own Kacon. Main street.
F1CKLKK & CO..
Klids. Poultry .fee. We use o ly t lie best grade
of native stock. Oysters and came in season.
C. F. SMITH,
Merchant Tailor. Main street, over Merges'
shoe store. Complete slock of samples. Fit
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
M US. J. F. .lOIIS'SOX.
A Complete Line of the Latest Styles of Mil
linery and Trimmings ; also Children's and In
fants'' lionnets. to be closed out at cot.
RESTAURANT AND LCVCM K00M .
Meals and Lunches sei ved to order at all hours.
At?o Oysters. 'iars. Tobicco. I'op and Cider.
Opposite Kiddle House.
Sample Room and Billiard Hall. Choice Wines,
Liquors and Cigar9. llliard and I'ool Tables.
FRAHM & KLIETCII.
Sample Room. Imported and Domestic Wnes,
Liquors and Cigars. Only straight goods han
dled. Milwaukee Bottled Lager a Specialty.
Cor. 5th and Main St.
THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE.
X'li-lr rnnniixrlixni. nronrietor f boice W in
Liouors and Ciirars. Pool and Eilliard Tables
K'ddle Hou?e Block.
THE KLKIIOKN SALOON.
Wm. Weber, proprietor. Manufactnrers of
Soda Water. Birch Beer. Cider, etc. Agents for
Fred Krug's Celebrated Lager Beer.
Wood for Sale.
Leave orders with J. D. Tutt, at Ben
nett & Tutt's store.
Plenty of feed, flour, graham and
meal at Heisel's mill, tf
Last Chance !
- X3 Li Jk.
"MEN OF MARE."
Rev. J. W. Simmons, D- D.
This book is one that every loyal per
son should possess. It tells of all the
foremost colored men of the United
States. It gives their biographic, and
has over 100 fine steel engravings.
JOHN C, BOONE,
A&cnt for Cass Countv.
K. B. Wisduam, John a. imvikh,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
Attorneys - at - Law.
Office over Bank of Cai-s County.
Plattsmoctit, - - Nebraska
B. &. M. Time Table.
No. 1, 5 :lo a. m.
No, 3.-7 :00 p, m.
No. 5.-7 it a. in.
No. 7.--7 :i p. in.
No.!). 6 :17 p. m.
No. 2.-4 riJ.ri p. in.
No. 4. 10 ::ui a. in.
N. C 7 :15 p. tn.
No. 10. 9 : a. in.
No. ii c 7 p. m.
All trains run daily by wavof OmaJia. except
Nos. 7 and 8 which ruu to and from Schuyler
daily except Sunday.
No. 31 is a Ptub to Pacific Junction at 8 30a. m
No. 19 la a stub from Pacific Junction at 11a.m.
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