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LINCOLN , DENVER ,
OMAHA. HELENA ,
CHICAGO. BUTTE , •
ST. JOSEPH , PORTLAND ,
KANSAS CITY , SALT LAKE CITY ,
ST. LOUIS and ALL SAN FRANCISCO ,
POINTS EAST AND AND ALL FOINTS
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS :
No. 2. Vestibuled Express , daily ,
Lincoln , Omaha , St. Joe ,
Kansas City , St. LouisChi-
cage , and all points south
and east 5:55 A. JI.
No. 4. Local Express , daily , Lin-
' coin , Omaha , Chicago , and
all points east 9:00 r. M.
N0.148. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday ,
Hastings and intermediate
stations 5:00 A. M.
No. 76. Freight , daily , Oxford , Hol-
drege , Hastings 6:45 A. M.
No. 80. Freight , daily , Hastings and
intermediate stations 7:00 A. M
No. 5. Local Express , daily , Den
ver and intermediate sta
tions 8:15 P. M.
No. 3. Vestibuled Express , daily ,
Denver and all points in
Colo.Utah and California , 11:40 P.M.
N0.149. Freight , daily , ex. Sunday ,
Akron and intermediatesta-
tions 6:00 : A. M.
No. 77. Freight , dailyStrattonI3en-
• kelman , Haigler , VVrayand
Akron 3:20 P. M.
No. 63. Freight , daily.Stratton.Ben-
kelman , Haigler , Wray and
Akron . . . - 5:00 P. M.
N0.175. Accommodation , Mondays ,
Wednesdays and Fridays ,
Imperial and intermediate
stations 7:00 A. si.
Sleeping , dining and reclining chair cars
( seats free ) on through trains. Tickets sold
and baggage checked to any point in the
United States or Canada.
For information , time tables , maps and
tickets , call on or write C. E. Magner , Agent ,
MeCook , Nebraska , or J. Francis , General
Passenger Agent , Omaha , Nebraska.
WALL PAPER and
RAILROAD NEWS ITEMS.
Mrs. Frank Rank is home.
Brakeman C. V. Kerr is in Hastings
today on business.
Brakeman M. C. Wayson returned to
duty on Wednesday.
Frank Smith returned to Alliance ,
Saturday morning last.
Conductor Harry Beale was a Hastings
visitor , close of last week.
Train-master Web. Josselyn was up
from Orleans , Saturday evening.
The pay checks were distributed , last
evening , after the arrival of No. 5.
Straw hats for men and boys at the
Famous Clothing Co.
Lawn and silk neckwear specialties at
the Famous Clothing Co.
Conductor L. E. Gilchrist visited his
parents at Akron , Saturday and Sunday.
Brakeman aud Mrs. Willian Washburn
visited his brother A. J. at Holbrook ,
Dr. J. A. Gunn has been summoned to
Red Oak , Iowa , by news of the illness of
Earl Gooding and wife are rejoicing
over their first-born , a boy , born early
part of the week.
Will Rider came down from Cheyenne
a few days since on a visit to the family
on the homestead near here.
E. E. Hampton has retired from the
management of the Palace hotel and
Burlington dining hall , and Robert Byers
is in personal charge again. Mr. Hamp
ton left the city , close of last week.
Agent Thompson came in from Lin
coln , Sunday night , and on Tuesday
morning took charge of the MeCook
station. Mr. Thompson has been trav
eling auditor on the Southern division
with headquarters in Lincoln. He has
a family of four and hopes to be able to
bring them here by the first of July. We
extend a hearty welcome.
Gold Mining Convention.
Governor Holcomb Saturday appoint
ed thirty delegates at large to represent
Nebraska at the international gold min
ing convention , to be held in Denver
July 7 to 9 , inclusive. The objects of the
convention are stated to be to secure nat
ional legislation calculated to promote
the business interests and development of
the resources of the mining industry in
North and South America , and to bring
together men interested in this subject.
The convention will not be partisan.
The complete list is as follows : Guy C.
Barton , W. C. Kelly , William F. Bechel ,
Omaha ; George J. Woods , F. W.Brown ,
R.O. Phillips , Lincoln ; John T. Malla-
lieu , B. D. Smith , Kearney ; Ed House ,
Frank Young , Broken Bow ; J. M. Ly
man , Reynard Wahlquist , W. H. Lan-
ning , Hastings ; W. H. Dearing , J. M.
Patterson , Plattsmouth , G. D. Chad-
derdon , Stockville ; B. E. Wood , Eustis ;
Henry Muun , St. Paul , W. M. McGann ,
Albion ; J. L. Claflin , Ord ; J. B. Coua-
way , York ; A. M. Conkling , Ashton ; F.
M. KimmellMeCook ; W. M. Hoover , G.
W. Inskeep , Charles Davis , Falls City ;
A. J. Sheldon , Fairbury ; M. C. Harring
ton , North Platte ; J. G. Smith , O. C.
Christensen , Fremont.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers ,
The famous little pills.
THE KEYSTONE BOYS
Are Given a Warm Reception Here on
Their Way East.
MEMBERS OF HARVEY DIVISION NO. 95
And a Number of Hundred Citizens
Join In a Reception to Penn
sylvania Conductors Pass
ing Through MeCook.
The belated Pennsylvania delegation
to the biennial convention of the O.R.C.
in Los Angeles.Cal. , passed through Me
Cook , Sunday morning last , between the
hours of eight and nine , on their return
east. They had been detained at El Paso ,
Texas , for five days by extensive wash
outs and extraordinary high waters in
the Rio Grande. The delegation was
composed of 81 menibers , ' 46 conductors
of the various Pennsylvania lines , and
35 wives , sisters and sweethearts. They
traveled in a special of three Pullmans ,
with diner attached. As the special
pulled into this station they were greeted
by music from the Brigade band and
were welcomed by citizens to the num
ber of two or three hundred that had as
sembled at the depot. The band played
a number of choice selections , both sur-
rising and charming the easterns with
the excellence of their music.
Different members of the delegation
made short speeches , expressing their
pleasure and gratification at the recep
tion accorded , stating that in all their
journey of 6,000 miles they had not re
ceived a warmer or more spontaneous
ovation than was given them here ; and
they promised to carry home to the Key
stone state pleasantest remembrances of
the happy time spent in MeCook on the
bright Sunday morning of June 6th.
A delegation from Harvey Division
No. 95 , O. R. C , accompanied the spec
ial as far east as Hastings , namely , Con
ductors and Mesdames C. E. Pope , V.
H. Solliday , Frank Kendlen and C. W.
Bronson , the train being in charge of the
latter. The division provided each of
the delegates with neatly printed badges ,
and altogether the members of No. 95
did themselves , the Western division and
Engineer F'uller with locomotive 317
brought the special here from Denver.
Engineer Sanborn with 232 took it as far
as Hastings , where Conductor Chase as
sumed charge and Engineer Batty at the
throttle of 227 pulled it to Pacific Junc
At Omaha , the entire party was given
a free street car ride over the city.
Conductors Pope and Bronson went as
far as Creston , Iowa , with the party.
Joyous Weddinpr Bells.
One of those events which alwa3Ts ex
cites a deep interest in social circles , a
wending , occurred in our city at 10 a. ni.
this morning. The contracting parties
were Charles Burton Godwin and Miss
Vera Grace Waldo , both residents of
Sheridan. The ceremony took place at
the home of the bride's mother in the
presence of relatives and a number of
intimate friends. Miss Lizzie Ritchie
acted as bridesmaid and Walfer Hanson
as groomsman , and Rev. Evans , pastor
of the Baptist church , pronounced the
words that transformed the bride and
groom to the happy state of man and
wife. The bride is one of Sheridan's
fairest daughters and is esteemed and
beloved by a large circle of friends who
admire and respect her for her full meas
ure of excellent qualities of both heart
and mind. During the past two years
she has been the teacher in the first
grade of our Sheridan schools in which
capacity she not only proved efficient
but won the respect and esteem of her
pupils , who , while they rejoice at her
present happiness , regret that she is no
longer their teacher. Mr. Godwin is
well known as one of the popular engi
neers on the B. & M. , and is not only
popular among his railroad associates ,
but is highly respected by all as an hon
est , upright citizen. The happy couple
started out today on the Burlington
Flyer and will make a short wedding
journey to Hot Springs , Deadwood , H
Spearfish and other Black Hills points ,
returning about the 15th of this month -
when they will settle in a pleasant home
at Sheridan. The Journal extends most 1
hearty congratulations expressing the <
utmost hope that Engineer Godwin in
his sojourn through life with his fair
bride , may always find a smooth clear
track and an easy grade with the throttle
wide open to future success and prosperity - 1
ity , with a watchful eye ever in front to
catch any danger signal that might mark i
the approach of care , sorrow or distress
for his household , and be ready to put
on the brakes to protect and save his ;
loved ones in all the years to come. *
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