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PliATTSaiOUTIf, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EV ENING, NOVEMIJEK 20, 18SS.
W K Fox
f . U I 'FT I. liut U I
rliv .lii Ikr,
Council. lieu, 11 ward.
K fit tr trrtw
W II Ma Lien
I A KAMSBUKY
) I M Jo.MKH
( lilt. A Sill I'M AW
I M K MUKIHY
W Dittos '
1 Cun O Connor.
I V McCai
1 .1 W JOHNM ,'
1 1 II HawksWi
.1 W JOHN ,Cll A1HMAN
II. .aid Pub. Work"
I)pu(y Treaiurer, -CUrk.
Hecor-ler of leeds
Clerk of Di-tnct Coirt,
D. a. Oami'iikll
Ttat. s i war
Hikd ci itch Kir. 141
W. H. Tool.
IOl S M. LKYOA
Kiit. of lub. HiihooW.
HO A K I OK HUrr-KVlHOIl.
A. B. Toon. Cli'in..
A. II. Di -Ku.Y,
iiA-t.H I.ODGK No. I Hi. 1 . O. K. -Meets
V;-v..rv Tuemlav eveuiu of acli week. All
transient brothers are respectfully invited to
i TrKiriI KNCAM PMKNT No. 3. I. O.
A iV v.. meet eerv alternate Friday in
eaoil month iu the M.ioiiic II .ill
lir tilers are Invited to attend-
Wild LOIHIK NO. si. A. u. u. w. .Meets
evrv iiliriit Friday evening at K. of 1.
h ill. TraiiHlent brother, are respectfully lu-vit-i
I r.- attend F..J. M rn. M.wter Work man ;
F. F. llr.ivvii. K.irrn;n ; H, l. lenisier. tiver-
wortli. Hecoriler: M. Mavonj-ni. iw?reiver ;
l. It smith. Pant M. W. ; I. N . Uowen, ,uiue ;
F. J. Kuiiz, Inside atcb.
1 i,1 America Meets Mt'Cond and fourth Mon-
ill(4 fiAMP Nil. 3.T'. AKIllKltN WIKIIIHCA
d ay eveiiini? at K. of F. hall. All transient
Newconer. Venerable Consul;;. F, Nilec,
limtlier re reiiuesteu o ineei- wuu ui. i. a.
Worth v Adviser : s. C wuue. nanaer : v. a.
Ikf.AT rsMOIini 1.(11.1. K NO. 8. A.O. u.xv.
L ffe.tj xifhtv :i.lt.-riiHte Friday eveiiiui; at
Uuukwood hull at Ho'ciocK. Ail transient broin-
i.r4 :irH rHMlici1 tfuliv invited to attend. 1 .
l.:irsoii. M. W. : f . nova, roreiunn: o.
Wilde. Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
II ,Al 13'HUJ I II lNllir. V, A. I. .V .... I
Meets on th iirt aud iiiird Mondays of
eacli montli at their Hall. AH trausienl orom-I
.Mreeordiailv invited to meet with us.
j. u. MiiiKi,n.ii. i
IVu lli.a S-i.rl!rv.
CIIAPTKlt. NO. 3. K. A. M.
in Tuesday oi eaen i
i.i.iuth at AiaiMiu Hail, iransuieut uroiurrs
ittt invited to uieet vut us.
Wm. I'av. Secretary. r'""" '
31!. YV!nW oi
each month at Mso i's hall. Isitini; brother
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VM. IIavs, Kec. r. c. "iiint, c. i
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i-. .iu. eial; r. ond and fourth JlondaVS of I
ti-u ir.oi-,n u, Aiciimjiii "'t";
K. SI Glenn, Kegent.
J.-, J. Mixok. Secretary.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARDOPTRADE I
Pre) lent Kobt. B vY Inilnain I
1st Vie 1'resideut A. IS. forto I
2nd Vice Fresideut Win Neville I
Secretary K. Herrmann
Treasurer F. K. (iutluuan
J. C. Kichev. F. E. White, J. C. PattersoD.
J. A. Couner. B. Elou, C. W. Sherman, F. tJor
ier. J. V. VYeckbaeli.
a . s. --.a
McCONIHie POST 43 C. A. R.
J. w. Johnson ". Commander
C. S. Twiss Senior Vice
F. a. Batks Junior "
;o. Nilks Adjutant
IIzvkv Stkfioht tf. 51-
Malon Dixon Oflicerof the Uay.
C h A h L Fo f n " u arc
- hIjK I. ..,! Hi i-icrgii aiajoi
( T t, rt i. T ..'lost cuspiaio
elih rfaturijay eyeninjj
for an Incurable case of Catarrh
la the Head by the proprietors of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
Krmntoma at ' Catarrta.' Headacb.
obstruction of nose, discharges falling- Into
throat, sometime pro rune, watery, ana acria,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid ; eyea weak. ringiDg- in ears,
drfneM. difficulty of clearintr throat, expecto
ration of offensive matter: areata offensire:
mell and tanta impaired, and ffeneral debility,
Only a few of these rmptoms likely to be pres
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in eon.
aumption. and end in the irrave.
Br its mild. aontbinK. and bealio- propertiea
Vir. Saire's Kcrned cures the worgt cases. 60o;
onn&wt I ivfr Pll l S
bi it Harmiau
Unequaled as Liver Pill. Smallet.cheap
ml enaiert to take. One Pellet a Dow.
Cure Sick Ileadarhe. Bllloaa Headache,
totzzlneaa, CoiiatlpaUon, ludlge-tlpp
Hllloua Attack, ana all Deranirementa of
tfe itowaca aa4 boweia. SS eta, ty drur1st.
MANCFACTURKR OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IX THE
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
v .uding our
Flor de Pepperbergo and BuJ?
FULL LISK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Not. 26. 1835.
Sherwin & Williams' mixed paints, the
best in the market, at Fricke & Co'a. drug
store. , 8 tf.
Lincoln, Nov. 'JO. Time has not yet
.11 . ... . .. . . . . .. .
uivncu mo uuiumi!) lu IOUI mo Ilgureb,
I I . 1 n. i . . ...
get down by those who h;ive run over
trie lists itt 1U,05.S.
Bcuton's plurality is 215, 728, or 7,175 more
than that of Governor Thayer. Benton'
plurality is substantially that of Lowe,
Hill and Lane, so that the cut made by
the hoodlers in represented in the above
difference of 7.175. It is not certain
yet whether these votes were lo8t to Gov.
Thayer mainly or simply by scratching
his name off. or exchanging that of Mc-
Shane for it. It remains to be seeu
whether Methane ran a,500 votes ahead
I Tlin lirlnrul Mt.i.nj I.- , , 1
I vv "
I and canvassed next Monday,
The congressional returns are as fol-
Total vote 77,798
Dorsey's plurality 11,060
The total cqngveiQuul vote of the
state is 201,51.9.
A Victory for trie Bible.
Milwaukee, Nov. 20. A Janesvillc,
Wis., dispatch says: The celebrated
.-, , I'll 1 1 . .
Ldgerton bible case, in which suit was
i i t i ti P-MinUr t,iTnv,.ro
urougui oy me oainoiic taxpayers to
nrevent the readme of Kin? .lamps' vr.
Ir a a
8um OI " ulule ia W ullc SCHQOIS,
was ueciued vcsterclav. duusre liennett
. , , . , ,. - .
neici mat suou reaaing was not sectarian
instruction, the children of the petition
ers not being obliged to listen if they did
ot desire, and the bible having been de-
cided upon by the authorities as one of
. i i. ii.. itt- ? i
uic ici l uuum lur mu v isuousm scnoois.
There was nothincr. however, to nrevent
- . v
- ii"int - u wu rewi ug yuc Ver5M OA
bible accepted by ttje Catholic church if
Superintendent Wurtele Resigns.
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Nov. 20 C. E.
Wurtele, superintendent of the Wyo-
. TT . f
ming division of the Union Pacific, has
resigned his position, to take effect De
cember 1. Mr- Wirele las beep con
nected wth the Union, Papiftc as tele
graph operator, dispatcher, train-master,
assistant superintendent, and superin
tendent for the past twenty-five years.
His successor has not been named.
irs. Iing Ponj.rrfittea.
a, Neb., 'of goiiAt'fiic
uiumnry examination last eveuiUK ui
Mrs. Libbie King, alias Beechler, her nt-
tcrcey v?ajve( esancaqr ct the
rfmrrt.T tuac AniriinillAil I r ilia rliafrif
VVtH'MI V IV Mtt'JL
court. Her attorney also gave notice
that the name of Elizabeth Beechler in
the indictment would not be recognized
as belonging to hi; cer,t;
Wreck on the Union Pacific.
Cueyesse, Wyo., Nov. 20 A serious
wreck occurred on the Union Pacific at
Wilcox siding, fifty miles west of here,
Monday night. A work train collided
with a section of freight No. 34- Three
engines and twelve cars were demolished
Engineer Montgomery and his fireman
were seriously injured. Travel was de
layed fifteen hours by the wreck.
All Honor to Them.
New York, Nov. 20. The Irish- Am
ericans who supported General Harrison
and Levi P. Morton, held a jubilee meet
ing tonight at which Patrick Ford
presided. Governor Alger, of Michigan
was the principal speaker. Telegrams
were received from General Harrison and
Lihe Hon. James G. Blaine.
GofT Claims the Governorship.
Wheeling, W. Ya., Nov. ?0. Gen.
Goff, republican, telegraphed to Editor
C. B. Hart of the Intelligencer that he is
elected governor. This is the first time
he has made any claim. He says that he
will see that the will of the people is
Hastings, Neb., Nor. 20. -Miller b
Schack, merchant tailors of this town,
assigned yesterday. The liabilities will
amount to about $4,000. The assets
will probably more than coyer the liabilities
The Haytien Difficulties-
Washington, Nov., '20 The depart
ment of state hus received olHcial con
firmation of the reported coudemnati6n
and seizure by the Haytien prize court of
the American steamship, Haytien Repub
lic. The condemnation was pronounced
November 3. The day after the United
States Minister protested against the pro
ceedings, alleging that the prize court
was illegally constituted and appealed
to a higher court. He also advised the
captain of the vessel to refuse to sur
render the craft. The United States
man-of war Boston arrived on the scene
the same day to support t lie protest of
the United States minister.
Skipped With a Boodle.
Moline, 111., Nov. 20 W. L. Stough-
ton, paymaster for the Moline Wagon
Company, and a prominent young bus
iness man, has disappeared and is sup
posed to have gone to Canada, taking
with him several thousand dollars of the
Waterloo, la., Nov. 20 United
States Marshal Esmund of Iowa is at
Fort Dodge with warrants of ejectments
for the one thousand or more families
on the Des Moines lands. Bloodshed is
feared upon an attempt to execute the
Yellow Jack's Victims.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 20. There
were eight new cases of yellow fever for
the the twenty-four hours ending at G
p. m. yesterday. There were four deaths.
The total cases to date are C,61; total
A Sncw Storm.
Cumberland, Md., Nov. 20. Two
inches of snow fell here Sunday night.
A heavy snow storm is reported in the
London, Nov. 20. Extremely heavy
and very destructive storms are reported
at ports on the North and Black seas.
Dublin, Nov. 20. The statistics of
agrarian outrages in Ireland during the
last quarter places the number at 173.
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 20,. Mississippi
(official gives Cleveland ' 85,476, Harri
son 30,096., and F-isk 218,
A new supply of Chinchilla Overcoats,
Beaver Collars and Cuffs just received at
S. & C. Mayers, they are excelent value
and selling at $14. d-tf
Mrs. J. F. Johnson has just received
some handsome hats and bonnets, and
she will be pleased, GV.Y? 't'eni to any
of our'teader, vyibp, wil call her.
Clothing must go, Men's business Suits
at $4.60. Elson, the One Price Clothier
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
and cough and cairn' 7 3y; V.Oh! it is
on.,7 a coid,,.,,a'ndk'ee'p giving them
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when they can be so easily re-
1 :..k1 k iipiric nittov o.ttti
If yon want a good clock, go to II. M.
Gault. He has a large assortment to
pick from at prices f o.rj'.f jielp but
Men3 Overcoats at Elson's, the One
Price Clothier $1.90.
Gold and silver watches enough to
supply the country at II. M. Gault's,
cheap and warranted, tagj:e5atisf action.
O. P. Smith & Co. are making a spec
ialty of Christmas and fine New Years
cards this season.
Elson the One Price is selling Chinchil
as Overcoats, Beayer Collars and Cuffs, at
Everything necessary fpr furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. Boeck's.
Gold and silver spectacles at II.
For rent A house of three good
rooms for rent, cheap. Enquire at Pearl
mans furniture store. tf
Smith & Co. will give away a fine
house and lot in Yallery place during
the next sixty days. Each person buying
$5 of goods dnnng that time is enti led
to a chance on the house and lot.
If you want anything in the jewelry
line, go to II. M. Gault ne will sell you
good goods at low prices and guarantee
them as represented.
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH
What in the world i? the reason yon
will CQQgh and keep coughing and still
keep trying inferior medicines when
BEGG9' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your cough at once?
This is no advertising scheme, bat an
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
bj O. P, Smith & Co., druggists.
SYR tip It asT spe.'nbr and few
equals.' Tor .eby (I P, Smith Co..
The Freight Conductor' Dutlea.
The freight conductor is simply a high
prado of brnkeinun. His work is almost
wholly siiiTvtsory and clerical, and bo,
after tie vera I years' service, he lcconie8
more koIm.t and business like in his l)ear
ing. the rt-hjioiisihilities of his OEition
ix-ing siiftR-R-ut to effect this change; but
he generally retains his sympathies with
his old associates who have become sub
ordinates. Ilin duties are to keep the
record of the train, the time, numbers of
cars, etc.; to see that the brakemeii regu
late the apeed when necessary, and to
keep a general watch. The calculations
necessary to make a seventy-live mile
trip and get over the line without wast
ing time are often considerable, and an
inexperienced conductor can easily keep
himself in a worry for the whole trip.
Often he cannot go more than ten miles
after making way for a i.ssenger train
In-fore another overtakes him, so that
he must siiend a gool share of bis time
sitting in his caboose with the time table
in one hand ami his watch in the other.
calculatin' where and when to side
track the train.
On sinirle track roads uerolexities of
inia Kinu are generally more numerous
than on double lines. Ixvausp trains I;t!
in front and Ulun.l must be guarded
against, anil because the regulations are
frequently inodilied by tcleerraphic in
structions from headquarters. A mis
take in reading these instructions, which
are written in pencil, often by a slovenly
penman, and on tissue uaier. mav. anil
occasionally does, cause a disastrous col
lision, These duties of conductors are
esiKfially characteristic of trains that
must keep out of the way of passenger
trains, so that in this particular line it
will be seen that the passenger conductor
has much the easier berth. The freieht
and "work train" conductor must really
bo a better calculator, in many ways,
than the wearer of gilt badges and but
tons, though the latter receives the
higher pay. B. 15. Adams, Jr., in Scrib
Time Reckoning at Puget Sound.
According tQ M. Eclls account of
"The Indians of Puget Bound." iu The
American Antiquarian, the Ni.squallics
divide the year into thirteen moons, for
eacn oi wmcn nicy nave seiiarato names;
also for the waxing and waning of the
moon. Tho daytime is divided into
dawn, sunrise, forenoon, noon, after
noon, sunset and dusk, while tho night
has tho single division of midnight.
These Indians obtained the idea of bun
day from another tribe, before the
English, came, and after that mot on
Sunday, sang, danced, prayed and tried
to purify theuiselvoa and throw away
their bad and make their hearts good.
They also married wives on that da v.
Among the Twanas Sunday means
holy day, and the ether days are day
Sast, two days past, etc., except iSatur
ay, which means "alongside, that is,
of Sunday. March is "getting waim;"
August, "tho deer sheds its boms;" Oc
tober, "the grass dies'ahd November,
"the grass, goes: Jnto tho ground." The
people are generally in IcLt fo one
another,' with obligations pf many years'
standing. The debts arc seldom heard
of, except vheri trouble arises about
something eke, and then there is a gen
eral turning up of old scores for ten or
fifteen years back, and of the debts of
relatives and wife's relatives. IV.-pular
Culinary Kutly.i, tor tiirits.
Philadelphia has followed Boston and
some other pities in introduci'iff culinary
education, for gir& a part of the public
school tniuibo. Thirteen classes of twenty
pupils each have been formed to liegin
with, and those interested believe that it
will prove a great success. As waj
case in that city when tle introduction
of sewing rlea. w?ta "proposed, the cook
ing eiassefe havo met with objections
from a few, on the ground that other
studies would bo interfered with But
the great success of the sew tug classes,
which cow cp.rpe. about "30,000 chil
dren, fully Answers' this objecticn.
When will New'Yprk show liko enter
prise? It tPls yai" to' make a begin
ning, even in manual training. If that
is conceded to boys why not give the
girls Eome practical aid toward making
a livicg? They need it even worF.p than
the toys. And what RTii pupUo sctfobls
good for if nov u be of "pTaiticaj benefit':'
The pCtt'c" va. t?M "rrcentU' that
ijiees nuvi uau iw-.Utl tr thv? fctuii-
the WirUyhOCL wi'uro being "im
ported tt tuiarits of S10.C00 a year to
cook in tliis city, while tho city b pay
ing to teach girls Greek and Vpfusing
them instruction in sewing una cooling.
This ii5 tif.J nghi. " Nearly 2,W;0 r;i.l: an
receiving instruction in the public txhocl ;
of Boston in tho ixicnce of cooking. It
is an invaluable science. More ieople
are injured by bad cooking than from
any other cause. In Germany cooking
schooLi are maintained for the wealthy
and aristocratic. In New York thev are
needed for rich and poor. New York
Ask for M!iyt'r!i Lumdried Shirts the
best in the market either plain or plaited
bosom, only 1 at S. fe C. Mayers, d-t
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people wdl not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputuation and en? that is giving
universal satisfaction at equal price? No
medicine In the world is giving such un
paralleled satisfaction for purifying the
blood as BEGG'S BLOOD PURIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and ever bottle that
does not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co,,
-Doni go to Omaha when you want
to get your beautiful parlor and bed
room sets bat go to Henry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where you can get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make your home beautiful and comfort
ables and above all you can get it cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
0 Oie-Piie Clflli Mer
In IMuttsirouth, is wry sorry his .Jar of Jn-ans causcil one of hin
mm wmmu uutfimisu
To o;et winly. JO ll ,
Would al vise Air. Monkey
menagerie :hi1 charge admission, for JOE has n. donU it would j.ay
this inad competitor much l.etler than continuin.' in the Clothim?
Competitors are mad hecause he
mau ieeause ne nas uestroved a
selliiir IJono-st Goods at Honest
Irade is getting larger every day,
destroy it by misrepresentation, or
peopie won t be misled any longer, lor thev know JO IS is
crouds at an Honest Profit
And at One
f,PSi'sel!in-,,'clte'-' "f'M-fci ,.,m-y tli :i it ,-or l,ml at U-furo
To guess on JOE'S lieaiw. It cost
"monkeying" business, either.
Solomon & Nathan's Old Stand,
rt. F. THOMAS.
Attoriiey-at-Law and Notary Fulilie.
L1! I a..n.nl.l 1.1 ..1. I.I .... ...
"'ftlillU nun:, J IHlirlllOUtll , SStt
A TTOKNi.Y. "
Attorney ifctrav. will alve prompt atr-ntlon
to all byeipess iutrusted to lilm. Olllcn In
Union Klock, East side. I'lamiiiouth. Neb.
BAItUlt U01 ANrfKATH ItOOM.
Hot and CoM Ba lis at all liours. f.;idls' and
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor. 5!li
and Main, under Carruth'e.
rioth'.p. Fvi-ni':itK ijoods. tin to Ibp old re
liable kCUWToi Hals. Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
Bouts, Shoes. Main street, next Cased, Hank.
O. r. SMI II & CO,
Dealers in Wall Paper. I'ainfi. Oil. Ai Mtitr
laid. Cigars &c. Uockwood UHvci;.
tin- A. T. WITMEKS.
"Ti Hainlciis Ueutifts." Teetli extracted
witliont the least pain or harm. Ar, ificial teetli
inserted immediately after extracting natural
lien when dcired. (lold ani all ottier t-ulmgs
-tiictly first cla-s. J!lice in Union Klock.
vl ;iiris wmn.f Arl,
-'tuple and Fancy Groceries, Glassware
CriK-keiy. Flo;r uuu Feed.
I.KHXHOFF & SOENMCHSKN.
Groceries, frovinions, Glaswar nod Crockery.
W. G. KEEPER,
Successor to O. M. Straight. Harnet-s, Saddlerj
Goods. Net'. Robes, Uunters. and all horse fur
C. K. SMITH.
Merchan Tailor. Main Ktreet. ftvr Merges'
shoe store. Complete sfcoii oi samplec Pit
ffiiaranteed. Prices defy C0iUiCtiiUu.
Plattsmoutu, Xeb., Nov. 12, 188.
To the Stockholders of the Platts
mouth Canning Company. At a meet
ing of the board ot directors held on the
Dth of November. 18S8, at 8 p. m. at the
factory it was ordered by said loard of
directors that an assessment of 2-1 per
cnt be made on all stock issued and
that a special meeting of the stockhold
ers Is therefore called on the 15th dav of
December 1888 at 7:30 p. m. at the
connty judges office. All stockholders
are rcqu'sted to at tel. d the meeting.
F. R. Gutkme Fred Gordek
The finest bedroin sets can be found
at II. Boeck's.
Send your job work to the Herald
T II 33
in-ilih.irs of this mad, windy
Competitor to sell out ami ntuvt n.
has destroyed IliVh iVices. Thov are
Usurer's l'rolit. JOK lieli
ami his mad competitors
by fe colled reduction uvUf
you nothing to (furi-f and no
8 Oiothiim Hustler.
J. II. EMMONS, M. 1).
OflWfi over W--olfH fitore. Mailt xlrfet.
KcMileiK iu r. Kcliiidkncclit'H l.roi.erty.
liionif: DiHuafes anil iHases iu Women au'l
liil!rMi a specialty. UMU-e l.wun.. it to II a.m.
2 to 6 and 7 to U p. in.
FUJI SAIA: TO FJiUDKKS !
Steers and Heifers,
One. Two and Three ye. old. near Kfowa,
Kansas : snilubic ( "e ling or Roughing.
Will pvH time to parties tuj-.king flrst-cluHa
f pa!- r : ikuMi ks :
:. It. iiKIMi:s. Kiowa. Kan., or
W. IJ. GIMMES, J.'ana City, Mo,
a-- a. kempster;
Practical Pisno soil Him Toner
First t lass work guarantor d. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Oftire at Uoeck's
furniture store, Plattijiouth, Nebraska.
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss TaiJor
Main St., Ovfcr Merges' Shoe Store.
the bt-fct and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign nnd domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business suits
from 1 to $35. dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, $5, f C, $0.50 and upwards.
C'Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
K. E. WiXDHAM, Johx'a. Da vi km.
Notary- Public. Notary Public.
attorneys - at - 2Law.
Ofiie over P.auk r,t Can County.
Plattsmocth. - - Nebraska
B. 4. M. Time Table.
No. 1. 5 :io a m.
No, : to p, m.
No. ! :47 a. m.
No. 7.--7 p. in.
No. 9 B :17 d. m.
No, 2.-4 p. in.
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