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PIjATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, Fit I DAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1881).
Proceedings of the County Com
missioners of Cass County.
January 2, 1888.
Hoard mot pursuant to adjournment.
Present: A. II. Todd, A. Ii. Dickson,
l.'Uti Foltz, commissioners; Uird Critch
licld, c.Minty rli ik. .Mi nut en of Decern
br hp ( ting wi re read und approved.
The following business was transacted,
in ngulur form, consuming the time
from tin; :inl to the 1 -" 1 1 1 :
Olhci.il bonds approved:
JVt. r Volk, overseer District No... 12
M tck It--k lt-y . . Alf Shirley 32
Chris Johns n . .. John Kershaw. . 5
J II ll. cki r VI A Hiekli 24
F W Dn nsuii 20 A Mitchell 45
Fred St nil 1 Silas Long 15
J C lliycs 4 ( J co Pearson. . . 6
Patrick Hayes. .. 54 Jacob Groves. . 48
Ji V Fii.nd 21 L C Hansen... 27
ISIS McNiii liii . . '' Aug Thinghan. 9
Mit Williams. . .55 J Pittmam 41
i.:org-Pitts II! Coon Vallery. .. 14
W Craves. . ..17 Henry StoII 42
li IS. iu 2 L Uritlith 58
J T MilU 25 P Standar 11
John Krhart SI David Albin... 40
j:m':l Shrider 43
ISo.ids of assessors approyed:
A Sln ldon Ayoca Precinct
II (i Ilawley Mt Pleasant Precinct
J I) Furgmoii .Center Precinct
V,rin Vint rste:n . .4th ward Plattsmouth
li C Patterson South Bend
Divi 1 MoC.iig Elmwood
Jain- Johnson. . . . Weeping Water Prcc
D.init I CoflVy 1st ward Plattsmouth
1 E HutTm r 2nd ward Plattsmouth
biao Wolf Greenwood Precinct
J unr s (JrHf-e -Jrd ward Plattsmouth
Gt-o Snyder Plattsmouth Precinct
Frand Stand'T Louisville
1) T Dudlcv Weeping Water city
Italph Wilson Salt Creek
L A Newcomer. . .5th ward Plattsmouth
ISonds of Justices approved:
John Clements Elmwood
Amos Teft Avoca
F F F.vereat Weeping Water
II C Hinner Avoca
Bonds of county officers approved:
lit rm-iii Schmidt surveyor
Mathpw Gering attorney
The following appointments were made
to till I vacancies:
Wm L-tuhlin, overseer District No. . 7
ME Harris 8 Bonj Bruner. . . 18
A Davis lit Pat Breed. ... 21
J.ihn Beard UO Josepli Gilmore 33
A E Cutler :5I Chas Philpot... 35
If (.'Long Jas Boot 3'J
F E Albin :i J T Mills 25
Al VanCli ave. . .2S L Griffith 5S
In lite matter of the claim of J W
Tiiomts i-ftiisetl in December meeting,
the sam-" was taken up and reconsidered
niiil amount ullovveil on claim was $30.
Th.' s:ue ii iug for medical aid to Mike
L iMVy. pauper.
Th-- petuiou of W B Shryonk for drug
gist's it at Mauley, Nel., was grant
id. bond approved and license issued for
the term of one year, unless sooner
Tlu oiiuty surveyor is instructed to
corr ct the plat books of the precincts of
PI ittMiiouth anil Weeping Water.
Tiie petition of the city of Plattsmouth
for making the 5th ward school the place
of voting in said ward, was granted.
Tne county clerk was instructed to
alvertise forbids for the county print
for the ye ir lw'.t. Said bids to be
received by county clerk on or before
noon. February 1 .
(,"!crk was instructed to advertise in
th; Omaha Il-publican for bids for build
ing I iri.'.ges for yeas lsS'.t. Bids to be
tiled on or b.f,nv noon, Feb. S, 1$.9.
Or. J inuiry S. it being the regular day
f.ir commission -rs to meet, the following
estimate of expenses was made for the
Court $ 10 000
Per diem conimis-ioners 1 800
Assei:ig County, etc 3 000
County Miperintimdent 1 500
Tax list for 1 1 000
Da ks. blinks, stationery, etc.. 2 000
Election expenes 800
Fuel, c i;rt hjusa and jail 1 200
Jail exp.-nses, jailor's fees, etc.. 2 500
lor ii us co phys sal etc C 000
Cleriv"- salary 400
In ;i l n: l expenses 4 000
(, h i' v attorney, sal and exo.. 1 200
B iV- " i Ur bonds, pru and int. . 20 000
jlrid " fun 1 12 000
Koa ffjnl 12 000
Insi!i. ct.) to s i 1 to state levy. 2 000
Total estimate $ 81 400
After au .lit in jT the appropriation sheets
Nos. l. 2, :5 and 4, the board proceeded
to settle with the county officers, and on
Tu-sd -.y evening adjo'irnad to meet Feb.
A. B. Dickson, )
A. B. Todd, Com'rs.
Louis Foltz, i
ArrnoPKiATiox sheet no. 1.
Fetit jury Sept. adj. and Dec.
terms district court.. 1480 00
IJ&M B B Co transporting pauper 11 90
W A Keithly. printing notices.. 7 00
"Christ Christenscn, ctre of pauper 40 00
D A Campbell cxiensi acet 188S 148 81
W II Biker stationery 40 25
D E T nrdkildt boarding jury. . . 3 25
S II S'nsmaker repair to Jail.... 15 25
Ftate Journal printing 6 00
Omahi B p stationery and seal 51 25
J W Kiddle boarding jury 61 75
J B Strode defending C Ellis ... 25 00
J II II t Klein n defense J 3 Coon 15 00
Cost bill case of Hanson insane 38 30
" state vs Moore 1 1 1 73
" 44 state vs Owens 61 48
44 44 state vsMcGee 20 18
44 44 Ouyer insane. 22 65
44 O'Neil insane. 31 10
44 state vsPiersol 27 43
44 Westlake 73 88
44 Ellis C3 73
41 Fitchie vs Cass 67 00
W C Phowalter exp acct for 1888 69 50
C Bussell exp acct for 1888 6 85
31 M Butler med aid to pauper
asked $24, allowed 10 00
O II Ballou wood to poor house 47 00
J P Young mdse to court house 6 80
J II Halderman, def Pat Moore. 25 00
Jas Kcough witness in jail to
prosecute Ellis, $90, refused. .
J C Eikenbary guarding p.isoners 74 50
School dist 83. election hall.... 3 00
C W Sherman, road receipts 52 50
Frank Stander. mdse to paupers. I32 00
II C McMaken, services 5 65
Jones & Fitzgerald, livery 19 00
Knotts Bros, printing 80 00
M Spink, sal and cxp 105 50
J W Thomas, rent 34 00
E E Day, mdse to paupers 1 94
B F Cong, med aid to paupers. . G 00
F G Barnum, care of pauper 3 00
Plattsmouth Water Co 31 15
W II Pool, expense acct 11 30
F S White, mdse to paupers 15 00
E Palmer, same 10 00
Hogan Peterson, care of panper.. 24 00
A B Todd sal and expense 57 65
Louis Foltz sal and expense. ... 57 00
Carpenter paper Co., ruling paper 4 50
Bird Critchfield sal and expense 120 36
J II Hassemeir salary Co. Phys. 25 00
Mathew Gcring def Westlake in
District court 20 00
M B Murphy mdse to pauper. . . 22 60
Eli Sampson boarding paupers.. 123 53
Henry Bock burial of Pauper. . . 15 60
A Clark mdse to jail 23 15
C Breckenfelt mdse to county. . .- 11 15
E II Wooley ass't county atty. . . 20 00
Allen Becson sal and expense 267 30
J P. Dickson witness fee 4 80
O P Smith mdse to jail 7 55
W II Malick boarding prisoners 68 25
A B Dickson salary and expense 54 50
Total on General Fund 4119 53
APPROPRIATION SHEET NO. 2. BRIDGE
Ashland Lumber Co., bridge lum
ber refused, no order
Graham & Wilcockson spikes. . . 7 85
J G Kichey bridge lumber 65 20
South Platte Lumber Co., lum
ber, refused, no order attached
W II Pickens framing bridge 3 00
W J White building bridge 160 00
Walter Cutforth spikes 1 25
Murty & Shank lumber aud nails 8 Si
Beards'ey & Clark, lumber 7 80
44 lumber 187 35
Frank Kendall, building bridge 25 60
Total Bridge Fund 466 88
APPROPRIATION SHEET NO. 3 ROAD FUND.
M D Abbott work with grader 16 30
Peter Peters extra time on road . . 9 00
8 D Fitchie damage public road 200 00
Wm Buster scrapers for road .... 1 3 00
E R Todd work on road 1 35
Total Road Fund 238 65
APPROPRIATION SHEET NO. 4 DISTRICT
L Born overseer's settlement, ask
ed $45.50, allowed 84 50
II Miller, Overseer's settlement
district No. 3 30 00
Simon Clark, districj 4 27 45
C S Worttuan, 5 26 00
J R Sheffer, 6 , 43 60
W J Ganghlin, 7 31 00
Amos Kiser, 10 30 45
Frank Stander, 11 30 00
Peter Volk, 12 31 50
J II Becker, 13 31 70
P J Vallery, 14 30 00
S Long, 15.. 80 40
A Gtmble, 19 37 50
W W Graves, 17 24 50
Benj Bruner, 18 08
Walt Mutz, 20 28 30
W J Pankonine, 22 32 00
John Erhart, 23 28 50
Arthur Rickli, 24 42 00
B B McNurlin. 26 36 00
L C Hansen, 27 35 95
L V Hogan, 28 30 00
L W Friend, 29 8 00
John Leis, 30 40 00
.Mack Beckley, 31 30 00
R G Gordon, 32...,, , 58 00
B S Lorrence, 33 14 85
A Cox, 34 38 00
II Carper. 35 30 00
J C Smith, 36 23 50
Levi Churchill, 38 34 50
NT Trook, 39 f , , 24 95
F G Kendall, 40 4 20
J JI Pittman, 41 34 40
Emil Schrider, 43 34 95
A Mitchell, 45 30 00
J C Hayes, 46
B L Wilcockson, 47 42 75
E J Graves, 48 33 00
I J Bihr, 49 31 34
Ians Wolf, 50 32 00
Frank Dobney4 31 18 50
0 W Hogan, 52 35 65
Jat Williams, 53 33 05
Pat Hayes, 54 30 00
Sam Johnson, 55 30 00
Peter Peters, 56 , 30 00
Henry Behrus. 57 .... , , , . 33 SO
r, Griffith, 58 , 46 00
H W Lloyd. 59 35 90
1 K McClurg, 60 56 75
1 B McNurlin, 26 24 00
Total di-trict fund $1591 24
Amount issued on ll funds $6,416,25.
The City Meat Market is the best place
to buy fresh meats, pork chops, poultry
and game o. all kinds. tf
THE SECOND HAND SILVER MAN.
A Quaint Down IUsterocr Who Tnmd Ills
IlunmiixA at Home.
Down near Capo Cod a spry little man
jumped out of a dilapidated buggy and
ran into a country 6tore.
"Mor'n. Any plugged or clipped 6ilver
to sell today?" he asked of the merchant.
44 Wal, I'd 'no; hain't got time to look it
"Wal. Ill see.
4 'Do you find the old silver business
profitable?" asked a young man who sat
on a soap box, smoking.
"Yes, yes," answered the Bprv man,
sitting down socially and picking his
teeth with a Taunton herring. "My olo
man was a Calyforny forty-niner, but I
find more of a bonanzy 'round these parts
than he ever fetched hum. This boss an
buggy o' mine hez put up at every tavern
in eastern Massachusetts, and I make a
pretty fair thing out on't, year in an'
year out. I buy this 'ere mutilated 6tuff
by Troy weight an' sell it to the bullion
"How do you fix the price?"
44 'Cordin' to market rates," said the
little man pompously. 4 'Then I get lota
of old teaspoons an things that's bent or
broke from some o' the farm houses.
T'other day a feller thought he's coin' to
play smart on me. He'o a lot of silver
odds and ends, and weighed 'em on
awerdepoy scales 'fore I cum along. I
weighed 'em on these Troy scales, an'
told him the ounces. 4IIold, on,' sez he,
"there's moren't that, 'cause I weighed
it," an I couldn't make the critter believe
I warn't tryin' to 6tick him."
"Ever get any antique silver that isn't
"Sometimes, but folks gen'ly hold
onter them old heirlooms. 'Taint long,
though, sence I got a big, long, chased
spoon with a twisted handle that looked
as though it come over in the Mayflower,
and oncet I got a silver porringer or
christenin cup, the feller called it when
I sold it to him.
"My biggest holt is out to then) big
piggeries 'round Dedham and Hyde
and lots o' forks an' spoons gets chucked
in by careless help. A good deal on't'B
plated stuff, an' that I don't have no call
to meddle with. I know an ole woman
that owns a piggery that got a half a
barrel full o plated forks an' spoons.
She can't sell 'em, an she's too mean to
give 'em away. Sometimes rings an'
things gets in. Then, again, I buy old
watch cases, pins an' rings with stones
knocked out, or anything that's gold or
"Say," continued the 6pry man, in a
fit of confidence, "I'll let ye look into
my box if you want to."
lie had a curious collection pieces of
little thin, old fashioned teaspoons,
auaint time blackened iewelry with
cop chasings, pld Spanish, milled dol
lars and pistareens; a heterogeneous heap
of worn, battered, clipped and perforated
coins; the lid of a silver snuif box and
the handlo of a gold headed cane.
4 'Should think you'd be afraid of getr
ting robbed," suggested $he adiifn'g
4,Lord! there hain't no highwaymen
about here," said the bonanza man, re
Srovingly. 4A feller 6topped me pqcet
own in Plymouth woods, put I fold, fh?
durn fool ter git out, an jae did. guess
he'd been a drinkin' rum, an' collated to
skeer me a little." Boston Herald.
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houes or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputation and one that is giving
universal satisfaction at equal price? No
medicine in the world is giving such un
paralleled satisfaction for punfyjpg the
blood as BE&G'S BLOOD PURIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and every bottle that
does not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
The stockhqlcers of the Livingston
Loan and Building Association are
warned to meet at the county judges
office at 8 p. in. Friday evening, for
the purpose of completing the organiza
tion and for the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before the
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
and cough and calmly say: "Oh! it is
only a little cold," and keep giving them
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when they can be so easily re
lieved by BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP? It has no superior, and few
equals. For sale by Q. P. Smith & Co.,
Magazines for Sale,
The Y. L, R. R. A. has the following
magazines for sale: Century, complete
from 1883 to 1887, inclusive. Harper's,
complete from 1882 to 18S7, inclusive.
Also a great many odd numbers. Any
one wishing to replace a lost magazine or
purchase any of the above list can do so
by applying to Olive Jones,
tf Sec'y Y. L. R. R. A.
A rare opportunity is presented to our
enterprising townsmen to represent a
nursery firm that warrants stock to be de
livered in prime condition so that a
large, honorable and permanent trade enn
be built up. Very liberal terms to the
right man. Address J. E. Whitney.
Rochester, N. Y.
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH!
What in the world is the reason you
will cough fend keep coughing and still
keep trying Fnffrlor medicines when
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your cough at once?
This is no advertising scheme, but an
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. Smith & Co.. druggists.
up. Isext time you come along, mebbe.
4Oh! I ain't in no hurry; look 'round
some, will ye, an' I'll hang round a spell."
Notice to Lot Owners In Paving
District No. I.
lie it ordained by the Mayor and Council of
I lie city ol riallsnioiitli : niainii hi owner
in I'avnaj lJifllict No. 1, of I h- Hty of I lutM
nioiith. between east .side, of Ht'Vi ulh street and
w bt Hide il Second i-treet lie and they are
hereby i.otitled that on February ninth. A. 1.
lSKfi at H o'clock p. in.. e, the s:iid Maoraiil
oiiucil will sit hh a IS aid of t-iali.ati n n
hear anv and all ciiin;.laluts against asscnttiug
jonl levying Hpeclal taxes to pay the cost o!
paviiiK and eiirbini! In sail IMslrict according
loakd by the following I ule to-war.
lu the First one-clxlh abutting upon Main
str et percent of osie-half of the totxl eoet.
'1 he Second one-sixth, 'JO per cent of one half
of tiie total cost.
'1 h" Third one-sixth, lr.h per cent of oue
half of the total cost.
'1 he Foi.rili oue-.-ixlh, lo percent of one-half
tf I he trial cot.
'J lu. Filth one-sixth, 10 percent of oue-lialf
if l lie total coM. and
'i I:e Sixln one-sixtli. lo per cPi't of one-half
iif i he tin al cost, and
saiii Ii't owner are requested to b and appear
lit said ti . e to tfhow cauhe. tf any, why said
as:.i sMin nt should not be so nnuie.
I his asscMn.i ent to he co levied to extend to
all lots ai 1 Mock 4 when the lots tace on Main
street and to extend to the allvy and in
ISU.ck 32 to include lots Nos. 1. "i.'i. l.'t. 14
and north one-half of lo's 4 and 1 1 in Mek :
It is l urllier ordered tha; ;i no.u. h.ji be
published as a notice each day until said day
Jated this 14th day of January. A. J. 1hj.
Atteet: W. K. Fox. M. H. Mr Hpnv.
City Clerk. Actirg I'resiileut.
Notice of Sidewalk Taxation-
riattsniouth, eh,, January llth, ifcsfl.
Ilesnlffd, liy the Mayor aud Council of the
city of riattHinouill. that there will be held on
the !)th day of February, lKi. at the usual hour
a meeting of the Counc'l for the purpose o
auditing and charging up to abutting hits for
taxation ail sidewalks which have been ordered
built and constructed y tin; eitv an per list
below and property owner are hereby notified
that they may attend and show cause, if iuy,
w hy such charges should not lie made.
Lot3 I'.lock 34, Young & Hayef Add 11 20
Lot 4 Block 31. Young & Hayes Add 11 20
Lot 1 i;ioek 1, Young & Haves Add lo 00
Lot 2 Block 18, Young & Hayes Add . 10 oo
lt 2 Block lit, Youtw & Hayes Add 10 no
Lot 3 Bloc k 10, Y ting & Haje.s Add 10 oo
Lot 4 Block 1U, Young & Hayr-s Add lo oo
Lot 2 Block 17. Young Hayes Add .. 8 On
Lot a Block 111, City of Plat txmoulh 0 48
lot 4 Block 111, Citv of riattsmouth ... a 4H
Lot 1 Block 12. Cily of I'lat tinui li 22 40
Lot 12 Block 3. City of I'lattsmout h 2i 40
Lot 5 Block 118, City of I'lattsmouth 7 04
Lot 1 Block 27, City of I lattsiuoul h 4 !o
Lot 2 Block 27, CUV of J'lattsiuouih la 40
Lot 5 Block 1 J. Young . Hayes Add oo
Lot 0 Block 14, Young & Hayes Ado... 9 M
Notice as per above to be given by publica
tion. Attest : W. K. Fox. M. B. Mourn v.
City Clerk. Acting President.
Notice to Lot Owners in Sewer
District No. I
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of
the city of I'lattsmouth that all I-1 owners in
sewer District xo. o me City i I'intisinoiitti
in the following Monks to-wlt, Nos. 28 and 20 :
Are hereby notified that on February ninth.
A. 1). 1889. at 8 o'clock p. in., we, the Mayor and
Council will tit as a bo;ird of equalizatian to
hear any and all complaints against us? sMng
and levying special taxes to pay tiie cnt of
District Sttwer constructed through sai.i lots
and blocks accord'ng to t!u. miniber front of
feet abutting upon tne alleys through 9aid
kaid lot owners are r quired to be and ap
pear at said lime to show cause, if anv. whv
said assessment should not be so made.
It in further ordered that this resolution be
published each day until aid day of hearing.
natea .ianury i4.n, a. u, tss i.
Attest: W. K. Vox. Al. h. Mrariiv,
City Clerk. Acting President.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN TDK
Choicest Brands of 'Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in slock. Nov. 2fi. 1885.
Wagon and Blacksmith Shon.
Machine and Plow
A Specialty. He uses tUs
Horseshoe, the Best Horseshoe for Jthe
Farmer, or for Fast Friving and City
purposes, ever invented. It is made so
anyone can can put on sharp or flat corks
as needed for wet and slippery roads, or
srruDQth dry roads. Call and Examine
these Shoes and you will have no other.
J. M- Schnellbacher,
."ith St., riattstnouth, Xel.
for an incurable case of Catarra
la the Head by the proprietors of
OR, SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
Symptoms Qf Catarrh. Headache,
obstruction of note, discharges failing into
throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid ; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deafness, difficulty of clearing- throat, expecto-i
ration of offensive matter; breath offensive
tnell and taste impaired, and general debility.
Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres.
cat at once. Thousands of cases result ia ooa
umption. and end in the grave.
By its mild, soothing, and healing propertiea.
Dr. Sage's Remedy cures the worst cases. 60o.
isMKS Liver Pills.
. QWUViU bUJtUarmla.
est, easiest to take. One Pellet a .Dot
Cure Sick Headache, Bilious Headache,
Dizziness, Constipation, Indlgeatloiu
Billons Attacks, and all derangements of
tas sti"'fi'h ana bowels. 25 ct. by drugglstf
Ik InB-PricB Htfa
THE OUKilXATOK OF LOW PRICES,
lliat every Garment sold ly him is lower in Price than the
Same quality and make can be bought elsewhere in the city.
with your purchase Joe will take it back again within thirty days and
wiil cheeitnlly refund 1 1.o m. -my yti jaid foi it. Joe is tumid of hi
reputation he has earned and
It Makes No Difference
how Iowa price other clothidrs may ask, or what extra inducements
tuey may offer for your patronage,
will always be lower and his inducement inure liberal.
No Dot, No Dash, No Short Hand
Crytogramic, Private Cypher Pusine.-s with JOE, but
Plain Figures and
Lowest, Ml ill
Q-O TO HEMRY BOECK'S
Parlor, Dining Room and Kitchen
HE OWNS HIS
PAYS IsTO RENT
And therefore can sell you goods tor less
Money than any other dealer in the city.
HK ALSO HAS A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
HEARSE FURNISHED FOR ALL FUNERALS.
COR. MAIN AND
THE OLO RELIABLE.
9. A. WATERMAN ft SON
Wholesale ud Ketail D-aler In
NE LUMBER !
Shingles, Latli, Sasli,
Can supply every demand of the trade
Call and gjt terms. Fourth street
In R?r of Opera House.
The 5th t. Uarchmt Tailor.
Keeps a Full Line ot
foreign 4 Domestic Goods.
Consult Your Inter-eft by Giving! Hiin a Ci.1
Price Only I
C. F. S M I T H,
The Boss Tailor
Main St., Over Merg--' Slice Htore..
lias the best and most coaIete sfotk
of samples, both foreign und domestic
woolens that ever camo west of Miht-ouri
rive.-. Note theBe prices: Rusinet-H suite
from $10 to f 33, dress suits, $25 to $i!.
pants $4, $3, f 6, $6.50 and upwards.
3?Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy ComDetilion.
Office over Wccoti'n tore. Mcid Mt"t
hc in Or. Hrrhildkiifcht'! 'r'&'f .
Chrome D."aii ad I -eM- of Woiuvt
C'hiMreu a specialty. OHlee houri" ft u 11 . ui.
2 to .i and 7 to 9 p. in.
faTeieplioDe at both Offlcfr n le!letice
B. &. M. Time Table.
No. l. 3 :io a m.
N", a". -C p, m.
No. s. :47 a. in.
No.2. 4 A3 p.
Ni. 4. 10 :3U . n.
No. 6.-7 :I3 p. m.
No. 141. a ;4S
So. 7.--" :3" p. ni.
ru. :. o :ii p. m.
Xo. 11 C;27a. III.
A'l train nvi daitv by wavol Otraha, except
No 7 x-nd M, which rim to and from Bcnujlrr
daily except Sunday.
No. .1 1 U a f lb to Paelrte Junction at K3btk.ru,
No. lnf 4 atub from Pacific Junction at I la'kk
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