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U TEMPERANCE COLUMN
LODGE DIRECTORY :
(.BAUD LODGE :
. 0. W, C. T., Rev. J. W. Taggart. Nebraska City
U W. Counaelor-J. Skinner. Omaha,
O.W. T T. Miss Eddy, Omh;
d W.8 J. Stevenson, Uellevoe ;
6. W. T. 3. .Bristol, 0naha.j
OLTVB BRANCH, NO. 2, TLATTSJIOtlTII :
Regalarmeetiag eery TtlesJay evening. Traveling
Teuiulars respectfully invited. ' '
" ' . K mu, bar.sk?, w. c.t-
IBiKK WHIIB.W. 3.
K. B.WmiMAii, Lodge Deputy,
BXCKLSIOR DEOESE L0T)G2, NO.'l.
Keeli onlflrst and third . Friday eveningjin
month. . F. M. LONSDaLB, W..D.
A. B.TODD, w u.o.
BOSA BARNK?, W. D
M-STAR OF HOP LODGE No. 8, Mt. Fleasant
hold! reaulai meeting every Saturday evenln.
B. A. KIRKPaTKICK, W. C. T
ANDREW COLEMAN, W. 8.
Correspondence for this column most be written
vlain and grammatically with , aod on one aide
nl o white paper. Let them be short Jand to the
point. .' -
Kum'i Doings lu liUlilaud.
Editor Courier: A faithful record
of the deaths caused by intemperance
in this town, would present an appal
ling list. -A recolleciicn, extending
throjo'h.a period of more than half a
century, by a little special exercise.Laa
brought to mind many instances of the
aad havoo of "bcm," which had nearly
furled from memorv. To this class
death has come in no uniform mod.
It has come in the form of slow wast
ing disease, induced by alcoholic drinka
it hat come in the sudden casualty,
, euch as would seldom befall a sober
man it has come in the terrible aspect
f rlnlirium tremens it has come iu
the act of self-inflicted violence, and
has once and again and again, been
produced by the fatal rope as the means
nf mora sneeuilY eoainiz a. mo maai
wretched by intoxication.
And. as if all Hhis was not enough, it
has raised the murderous arci agaiost
a fellow being.. The intoxicated Peters,
who slew Jm boaom companion whom
he had sworn to protect and lovt (in all
probability,) would, not have suffered
on the gallows bad be been sober.;
And those two youths in their teens
who spent the first Monday in Juufc,
1817, in this village; who drank, then
quarrelled, would doubtless bare avoid
ed, the one a death by the tatsi axe,
and the other, one on the scaffold, had
they spent the duy in sober f dst.vity. I
might speak of another tragic scene, in
the annals of our town, partaking both
of murder and suicide, but I forbear.
It may not be amiss ho wever, to remark
on the deceptive nature of drunkenness.
A person who had been honored with
official station became ad dicted to intern
perance. He remarked ashe was about
to die' "that he nevar iaiended to be a
drunkard knew not that he was a
drunkard," and yet, he added, ''I am
dying from the effects of ardent spir
its." Such a faint outline of the woes
of drunkenness in this highly favored
town. Mt falls itnmeusu'rbly short of the
full reality. L'Ji the filling up be of
" widow's Bighs and orphans tear's.
That this town is a sinner above all
o titer s is not to be supposed. It is sad
to think that the above sketch, wi'.htir
cumstantial variations would apply to
many others. The question "Who
slew sll these?" is one of thrilling im
, port. Let it receive a candid answer
Lei no one say without careful exami
nation, "I had no agency in their de
struction " At the martyrdom of Ste
phen it djes not appear that Saul; tho'
present and , consenting to hi death,
had any direct agency in causing i
As far as appears from the narrative.
he merely consented to his beath, and
took charge of the cloths? of the men
who committed the murder. b
Vhat Kum Will do. borne years
ago, in one, of the counties of New
York, a worthy man was decoyed into
a licensed tavern, and templed to drink
until he was drunk. In the ddlirium
of drunkenness he went home, and
murdered his wife in the most brutal
manner, He was carried to jail while
drunk, and kept through the night.
Awaking in-the morning and Iookiug
around upon; tho walls, and seeing
the bars upon the windows he exclaim
ed ' - -
.-. !. this inil? : : " 1 ' .
' V, - . . -
"Yes, you are in
someone.' t."r; r.
, "What am I .here for?" was the
"For murder!" was the answer.
With still greater earnestness and
astonishment he-, inquired "Decs try
wife know it? - -
wife know it!'': raid some
it was your wife you have
l.:il4 - ;
it i lie u
On this' announcement he dropped
suddenly as. if he had. been, struck
dead. ' ,, ' ' , .
Let it be remembered that the con
stable who had carried him to jail sold
him the' liquor which caused his drunk
enness; the justice who tigned the war
rant was one of those who signed the
license; and the sheriff who hung him
also sold liquor and kept a ten-pin al
A liquor seller at Albany, had, for
his virtues obtained the name of the
''Little Rascal." A stranger asked I im
why this appellation was given him.
To disii'oguish me from' the rest of ray
irade," replied he; "who are ail great
There "is a certain softness of man
ner which in either man or woman,
adds a charm tnat almost entirely com
pensates for lack of beauty.
Guard against reading too much or
too rapidly. Read rather with atten
tion; lay the book down often; impress
on yaur mind what you have read and
reflect upon it.
'Woe unto him thit giveth his neigh
bors strong drink." Remember, turn
sellers, the Bible says that.
Remember Tuesday evening next.
You are waived. at the Lodge-room.
2TB W GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
- " ' . AT THE
NEW YORK CASH STORE !
FALL AND WINTER TRADE, 1868-
E. A. WIGGENHORN & CO.,
At the New York Cash Store, offer to the
DRY GOODS. OU'LKlL&1
BOOTS AND SHUts. iia au utro,
YANKEE NOTIONS, HARDWARE,
-. WOODEN-WARE. -QUEENSWARB.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
We call particular attention to our New Style of
' . . ...... r . I II 1 1 -T" I Kin
DRESS GOODS. SHAWLS,
COLORED BLANKETS, at wonderfully low prices.
a t Ajnv ctopk- nv PARPRTS AT NEW YORK PRICES.
We have the largest aod neatest stock of
to this market consisting in gen lemen laaies ana cnijur.enj.
OUR QUEENS AND GLASSWARE DEPARTMENT
is complete, nnd we oiler the same
We have a large stock of the celebrated
We are also
' u .ut
WniCil Wo warraul iu uc iuc ucmaiauc
ter work than any other Machine.
uur motto is vu it-iv oauo
AGENTS WANTED FOR
MEN OF OUR DAY!
The men who govern onr country, make Its law,
have 'oneht its battles, chaimed ns with tteir elo
quence, founded our colleges, control our railroads,
manufactories, and "ur finances one attractive vol
ume, full o vivid interest lite-like illustrations and
characteristic anecdote. 650 well filled pages 42
fine steel portraits, and the lives of over 50 men.
Price low to suit the times. Tl e cheapest as well as
the m6-"Vioterestioii book puolUhed within five years.
Sa!es immense- Everybody wants to know the lif"
history of these at n. Send fur C'ircu'si tj
ZE1GLER, McCURPY t CO.,
Philad -IpMa, Pa , Ciccinnatti, 0., Chicago, III., or
8t Louis. Mo. n30m3
Burlington Bridge Finished
Burlington & Bfiissouri
In Connection with
PreseTt to the Public the most: direct, sure sua .c
OHIO. - ILLINOIS, INDIANA
PENNSYLVANIA NEW YORK
AND NEW ENGLAND.
l'assengcrs have the choice of the various routes
Checked through to htumwa.
invarlab y as low as by other Bontea.
Buy your Coupon Tickets
AT OTTUMWii via
ON ALL HIGHT TRAINS.
Oen. Tc't & Pas'r Aft
G. C. MOBTOX,
. f S... OenM Freight Ag't.
QHICAGO &.NORTH WESTERN
Grand Consolidated Line!
SHORTEST and MOST EXPSED
TJOUS ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS EAST OR
Trains leave the Depot at
Council Bluffs, -
In connection with trains on the Council Bluffs and
Bt-Soseph ftailroad, as follows:
- - (Council Biuiis time)
Express at 11.00 a. m , except Sundays.
Mail at 6 &5 p. m . . " Saturdays.
arriving in Chicago atl p m. and 5 a. m , mMng
close connections with the Michigan Central, J ich
liran South.. rn, WMsbnre, Fort Wayne and Chioan,
Cliicaro and ieat Eastern Chica' and Alton, II
inoij. Central, and all other Eastern and Southern
Bailroadsftrr ; . ' : '
Velro t ,
i ' Al'oauy,
' Vorceilery Moslem,
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA,
PITTS3tJRcn, HARHISBURGH, EALTIUOBB,
Wahln?ton, Wheeling, Columbus,
Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis,
Cairo, M mpuis, Vickshurg,
Savini Time, and Securiug Comfort and
Parage CheckM Thrunjrt. to all principal piicts
an-l no t-xtra charge for transfer trough Chicago.
fasengers h;.ve chuice tf routes vsa Chicago,
enjoying all the models improvements in utu on
Passergers for any point, B ist or S juth, to aval
themselves of the many advantages offered by this
company, shimid be partlcuar to ak for, and ste
thit their tick-uread;
" VIA CHICAGO KOKTf- TTESTBIiy
3A e.-py of the Herald will fce fonnd ott file
at the otii e of the Chicigo Northwestern Bailwsy
229 Broadway, New York.
G. L. DCXL AP, Gen'! Sur-'t.
J. P. IIOKTDX, W. i'as'r Ag't ChUsgo.
B. F. PATRICK, enM Ps'r Av
.a. a v - J V.4 nlnntAf
public tne largest auu uCSv oc.cv.
rLANNtLS. iWMu.Ci fV
BOOTS and SHOES ever brougm
at tne lowest possioie price.
GARDEN CI I X ULirrtu rti .
Agents of the "
SEEDER AND CULTIVATOR
fT:,rl R,iP.iind doinr? bet-
u iu5 . i o i
nnu . . . i
J. M. HINCHMAN,
(Successor to Dcnelan A rKncbm&ji,)
Druggist & Apothecary
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
I'aints, ' Oils
Toilet Goods, Perfumery, "
For ifechanioal and Yeaicinai purposes
Keep constaDtfy on hands fu and well assert
ed stock of
Carefu7y compnnnded by an experienced Druzclft.
None but the TUREST Medicines ud. AtlgoC
warranted as repregefited. Caand see.
BIAIN STREET, F0CTI1 F1PK.
K. & N. STAGE WANE.
Stsgp will leave Neb. CityonanlafVr Aprill3th. at
6 1-2 o'clock, a. m taking break fust at Factory viile,
arrive at Plattsnionth at 13 o'clock. ftr ''inner;
leave Plattsmouth at one; arrive at Nel. Citv at
S o'clock, p. m. Offlee at Lindsev's Uo:e'. Xeb.
City, and at Platte Valley House, Plattfrnoutb,
apr!6tf GEO. JENNINGS.
The subscriber bavins purchased the Red Stole ot
8d street, lately occupied by Sarry and others, would
respectfully inform the citizens of Plattsmouth nnd
vicinity, that he has refitted thosture and opened a
large stock of
T 353 "STV 2. 3T
AND . .
For Ladies, Qents, Children, and the rest of man
kind, acd is prepared to do all kinds of
WATCH, CLOCK AND
In the best manner, and would be hai py to serve his
old and as many new customers as way give him
their patronage, assuring them of their aoik well
done, at moderate price., and on short time. The
stock, embracing every variety i f goods nsUMlly ktpt
.. R .)...., I . k. .; t... 1.1 ..
prices, and warranted of best workmanstii and
material. lie has alsj a small stock of -
which will be replenished from time to time, an J
sold at the lowest figures. Having peTmarientlyl
cat-d in this city, I renpectiully .-solicit a fhare of pa
treuage, and cordially invite all to call and examine
the stock on hand, as we would be pleased to serve
Von, and do not ask yoa to buy unless we cj. n make
it for ynur interest to patronize as.
dec2Ttf ... . . E. H. EATON.
Iiife Insurance Compay,
9S Rroadway, JTew-l'ork.
CYRUS CURTISS, President.
CashAssetts. - - Sl.000.000
Entire profits divided among the Policy Holders,
roliciea nonforfeitable, after t w annnul payment
Dividends on the Contribution Plan, paid annual
ly from date of policy, and in ease the premiums are
not paid, applied to keep the insurance in foree.
LIFE POLICIES SELF-SUSTAINING
In from 18 to 20 year, according to age.
This company issue polic-'e en all the approved
plans of Infutance, and offerseTt rv indiicementcon
sis'ent with solvency.
For particulars spp!y to the undersign J.
For Agencies t
PAUL A MASON, General Agents,
130 LaSelle street, Chicago.
BCND A I.TMAN, A cents Council Hlnffs.
Dr. R. K. LIVINGSTON, Med. Examiner,
cil Pl.,t;sm3iith. Seb.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
Dea'er in the celebrated Steck 4 MeCammon Pianos,
ando herMusbal Instruments.
r3-AU Instruments warranted five years.
V7. J. Horton & Co.
( Weeping Water, JVew Store,)
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS,
Keen on hand, and are e!linz ch'ap, a well select 3d
aortment of aoods snitable for a farimr.B com
munity. . . j mari'Jii
T. K. HA5l,
J. & CLARK
1UU11C, IiaiUia U, U.UB
. . nvTT7--rTf
sold nut.ooid and silver
Coin, Exehaiiffc, U "
and other Stocks;
and special attention given to Collections
PL. ATTS MOUTH, W. T.
of 136 first pre
seasons, stronger and
miurus - iu two
"Ita seam is
less liable to rip than the Lock Stitch.'
"Judges' ' Report of the Grand Trial."
Send for the "Report," and Samples of
work, containing both kinds of stitches on
the same piece of goods. Agents wanted.
L. COBNELL ft CO., Gen'l Agents,
138 Lake St., Chic&ge.
"att mom.-.. Xeb-
d eel fly
IP. JP. TODD,
PL A TTSMOUTIf, NEBRA SLA .
A good assortment of machines and machine flnd-
irg kept on nana,
Clothiit Store, .
Machnes repa red on short no'. n
J. W. Middleton & Co
BLA NK B O OK MA N UFA CTCR F.R S
' Notarial and Corporate Seals. '
19G Lake Street,
CHICAGO - - 11L
SCPr LIES FOR
Roads ' and :
.. JOBBERS OF "
MEN'S AND BOYS'
58 and 60 Lako Street,,,'
CHICAGO, - ILLINOIS
Tcttlk. TnoPs & Wetmork, Chicago.
Isaac Fksno & Co., 13ost o, Mass.
j '"'III' ! ijj. vLr vij pjTj eLbgJ "X, pi ! ',
We are daily
Dry Goods. Kotions, Hats, Caps,
3 O P TS ,,.OE8,
With many thanks for past
Call and sec our Large Stock of Good
Plattsmouth, Neb., October ,15. 1SGS.
, Brushes, all kinds,
Toilet T Foaps,
Fancy Toilet Articles, Toys, Trusses, Supporters,
Shoulder Braces, Grass and Garden Seeds,
for mclicinal purroses.
Carbon Oil, Lamps,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES;
Green and Dried
; : , ...-'CONFECTIONARY, &c. he
Having been engai.ed in selling Brnrs and Croceries In this city for the ll i'j years vi e k J
waoM of trie i er,).- ii ur line 01 irade, and are preorred wttii a laijre ttck cil IviJi of the
quality to supy those wa-its at very low 1,1 ce. riattj-ui u'.h, N. b April 2, l& D.
'"''' WHITE Sc KUTTE'iY.
JAC'B VA LLIRY, JR.'
, tc, re'peetfulli f T.anct to our friend, tint we
K. X'DtUO.- ' -jut we are i.utr able to cell
3 . V
LAR(!E :;SiVLES :& . SMALL':. PROFITS.
. .. ,. . , Our stick consists ia
'! ' Dry-Goods and Groceries,
y 'f-'' :'.' ';' Staple and Fancy Goods, -
Hardware and Queens ware;
;, Boots and Shoes,
. . ..; .-, Hats and Cps,
, ,! Aod a large tock of
READY-MADE C L O TIUJvG, WOODE.Y .IJVD
WILLO W WARE, IROJY ' AJVD NAILS,
- ' And'in fact, evcriything that a man wants.
...... . .. . . '
jr2"Sive us a till and we guarantee y;u enthe satisfaction; '
; :. . . -l ' . .....
:'- --' -t" VALLERYS & RUFFXEJt
VAgctiU for ; the.
...... .' -.. u tx- .
K. T. DUKE fe Co.,
, . Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HARDWARE 5 AGRICULTURAL
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WAKE
-STEEL OP LOWS
Of all kinds and sixes, which we warrant the best in the market. . .
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice.
Are exclusive Agents la this Count j for the sale of
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Coal
or Wood Cook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be undersold Main St., next door east of Masonic
NEW GOODS! !
O U EE W S WAR E ,
patronage, we invite ail to
CLARK c rmillUER
P. E. kUrFNER
have tnrerm d tho entire stock r.f gcd
th' ra gondi-at '
motto i ' ' '
of T VC't
. WHEILIR, E. C. ISWif
D. II. Wheeler & Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
Commissioners of Deeds
Fire and Life Ins, Ag'ti,
PLXTTSMOUTH, X. T.
Collections promptly attended to, and pruoned rs-
mitted st current ratrs of Kxchnnt-v. Tau t paid In
Wck rn owa and Aebritssatiir Don rexiitonta. 1 itirs
to la id investiKatrd. Money loaned on Eesl &stst
securities. Land Warrants located.
Agents foreollectinn of claim aaEalnst Govern ma
for soldiers, their idow and minor heirs. Aat
for .tie purchase and sale of Lands and City prurss-
ty, -easing of Tenements
nn. B.H. Kibcrt, Denver Clty.C. T.
Messrs Kounljre Hro. , frrha. Neb.
" Mifann & M' tcalf, Nel.rs-ks Sty.
O. F. Filley. tt. L.-uif, Missouri.
Or. Tln Lewis. H.im.iu, M iffarbustils.
H W nirmar. ChU-apo, Il'ini,.
It M Jis.-l,!, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Tooile A H i'iiis, 'i itt.-m nit U Kehraskas
L It nil h. Three KiverJ. M'chipsn.
Hon F Ke!lo s, IIoiii t!ei!, Wi-.oniiHln.
Hon T M .Mrq-ie(t, r!atlninuih, Ni l rnlrw
1. LewiH, A'toiliev at Lh, I'.u;T.il.,, New Xoflk.
barter, Hussey & Curi, LV'S Moinri, Iowa,
By praetlrnl rxrerimer t In ihe fl rhl and by 1V
oil iheni with the be,l Hit.inu CuitiViit i
ihey have b-cn brngli; to a rt:i:e appr-.iu:h:r g
In connru tl.,n. The eultive.. c.ir.-t-t uf t
wiouttht Iri.u ax!o!n ve, kIhc1 "ami iriU t it:.
The pl'w are titmply two irou U hiih. with
DOUBLE SHOVEL, PLOWS
attach' d to tho ax le by a dub'e joint whirl, gl,.
the ol jw u a mry, but at Iht miii d ttuiu elirM,
true vertic il arid Iznu'iil mt linn.
1 1n: tnue Is U' ul le uud fitsteiied to the arik
of the ixletree I y c!niiiis, tlial it f in be r.ir4
or lowen d at will. lieu 1 1 . ci n Ip V'ling, rduiag
ilrft,and tni.'d wl.i:i it i c .in in hilier-
I tie nhovels are I.iri l licl ill
c v c r s i b 1 e Teeth
J.o t'.iat the koII can be ti.r.-wn
aim. r e ''i .'.v- a i e iu ..i-. t.
tivlinc, wli eli en;il e tl:e pi
l',i.w by I. i iil.f 4'Oe.
el lr r toor risin lit
il lf lue ii ci Ikh
win in ! i. !.! bu'k
The lo lowii'K 'ir-. f. w
l" uni.erii.l it lin b tin
II 1 1 Wilt, t i in i tt
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i:'l.iel. Ii Hie Ul
Illy UI4 it S
j..tire.'y 'if T.tit:it ii.ui.
2i Th.- 'I.ml ie p .inii. b I M
i b lie , 'jitrrls
,trH( he'l t' 'tie xj. t-rtat' e- lit''
I I 'll II. .Ii In run.
Ml- pl." either t:i "I I'.'ia the iui
lit. U out
lie cr.tutiu Willi t Ii" lea t .Jt Ht.
3d. With lliU C'l tivMb r tl.v itep h
i f tba
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I'ur tiinber mi I eulai , cull, ,ir rd I'i .-.
D. II M;MI-:C!IAN.
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1 -t vi - iu ri -"t in . Ii .yiiti,i! in
nil. ir eers
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. rt kot
'I'I T.H-erl llint I ell
N o r t li I J i s s c u r !
TO SAIT LOUIS.
Two Daily Trains.
BOTH Tnirn f l!ie IIn ilia! & St. J.e..l
Rni'rcrfil finm th" v-.-t uiHke clte c.nt.ecli"ii
M-ieou C;y Willi Hi" iiL.'.e line, iirritli K . K
f.oUis sl.'j Cit.itet I ir.i nei t:y Willi ull uioraK'Z "'1
.freriitxiii trit;ii, out of t. Lou1-. f.r
N'tw lorn, I'm i.i.K...ii' A.
H.IKTOH. V at him; rox 1,'it T,
Bai.timowk. IUuk itlS'lH,
iA V r K. ClM ISMllI,
I.v:t A. HAP'! 1, Clll'"A;'l,
. I-OUI. Vll.l.ll, AkUVIll.K,
And all'Points East irerth or catL-
Tho ti ly ill-e. t anil leZitimaie route frots tli
West to .St. Louis vc the .liast.
Time, to Vie, E::Ji rn cities as Q L'ICK u
can be mads In ami rouU, vutk
via I lis Vi- line can ItO rsrd.ss: d tl '!
1 A Sit. J'tsej Ii ti' Let effl. e, in the WeU
y Fur, is thz iaiae as b-j any olhrr rou't-
B4lirON BATES, rrclJer.t
J0IIN P. f.Ainn, Pof.ri Huoeriritendeet.
H, H. VHl.F-LKIt. Oen llekfl Agect.
J05EFII OAMHI.K, tj-.t. Fr.'.Klit Ag'M
I- If. IIAKLY, Aum, ht. Jowph.
L. M. DU.NNi Uemrsl Wustera AgoLt
T" TChlaian, Jiftrntl. TvL'la, .It T.olt.
Lofairtt. IndinnajuJiii, Cincinnati, JLouturtlh,
A'anhfillr, Cairo, Mmnhin, Co'uml'", Wattl
ing, 1'ittnliHrtj , Jltijfitln, Atriffarn f ill , Hnrrit
burg, Baltimore. Wtuhinytun, I'KLUKXtlj hi.
h'eio York, li-iton, ttc,
Is vU the old, rclfiMe Central Quote thr
Hannibal & St. Jo. It. if.
r?rTake the II. A 8T.
Iliver Packets from
JO. R. R. ino of XUwsrt
To St. Jovyi'i, where eonnections are made with
Two Daily Ezpress Train
On the II h St. Joe. R. K , run through from is:a
Joseph to Qaincy wiihout ehaage of cars,
CONNECTING AT QUINCY
Wl b Cbieeo, Burlincton A Qniary, aud Tola!"
Wat a h A Vt entern Ka'Irocds for sll point Crt
Jtoith and South.
For St. Louis
Close eonneetion nude at MACON with KOR'B
MISKOt'RI K. R. for St. Loots, ar.d at HaoniLal wi
Oaily Mios. Kivvr Facket for t. luis, meals
Mtaterooins free, leavlrg every eveni'.oo mrnn't
trains from the west, and arrivita In it- Loui Di'
mornli a In fcafon ft.r b islrje, ami to conced
Chicago, Alton A ft. Loni. Terre Hante, Allen A
Louis, sod Ohio A Mimireipiji Umlroadf ,fot a f o
iast, North attd South.
Ran on Night Trains.
aT Bny yonr through tirkets via Hanntba'
Jo. K. R. at their ticket offices In Omaha, C '0.
Blufls Plattsmonih. Nebraska City, et. J IJ;
and on each Packet in the line, and eriloy tiie reo-
Mt.iii.riM.a At t.avitjt. .li..n t Ii a .t.nrl rhrSP
direct rente eaf C. W. Mf.I. Gen
P. B. GROAT.. C.en'l Ticket Atifc;
H. H. COL'RTKlGHT.Gen 1
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