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   Daily Huronite, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Huron, South Dakota                                DAILY HURONITE. HUKON, S. D., DECEMBER SHANNON LONGSTAFF, Proprietors. TO KE HELD IN HURON, Bazaar and entertainment by Y. P. S. C. E. in tho dining room of the new hotel, Friday oven- ing, Dec. 19. Forefathers' Day celebration by Huron Congre- gationalists, Doc. SB. HUEONITEMS. The city schools closed today for the holiday vacation. Don't forget the social in Grand Army hall this evening. Mrs. J. A. Wakefield has returned from a two weeks' visit in Sioux City. Prof. Pinkham, state superintend- ent of public instruction, is in the city. Will Link and Dana Jenson are preparing early for next season's work; they were making repairs on their threshing machine yesterday. Frank Pay of the firm of Fowler Pay, wholesale lime and cement deal- ers at Mankato, Minn., is spending a few days with Asher F. Pay and wife in this city. Bazaar in the new hotel this even- ing. Supper will be ready at and will be served at 25 cents per plate. Go and get a "good square and patronize the Presbyterian peo- ple. Paul Goddard of the Pierre Capi- tal, and T. L. Blank of the Wessing- ton Springs Herald, were among newspaper men in the city on Friday. They favored this sanctum with their presence. Miss Fannie Chapman, who has been taking special instructions in music at the State University at Yermillion, has returned to her home in this city. Miss Ella Little, a stu- dent in the sa'rne university, also came home. A telegram was received at the C. N. W. railway office in this city Friday afternoon saying that the car repairer's room at Hawarden burned at a little past 12 o'clock that day. The four year old son of the repairer was in the building and was burned to a crisp. No particulars were given. Don. C. Needham of Jerauld coun- ty, was a Friday visitor. He says the people of his county are pretty well fixed for winter and believes all will be able to get through com- fortably. Though none are rolling in nor have they stacks of money, he believes none will go hun- gry or cold. The second lecture of the course under direction of the Epworth League, was delivered in the Metho dist church Friday evening by Kev. F. D. Newhouse. The subject was and from the time the lec- turer began speaking until the he held the careful attention of his they were enjoying the trip all the way from Indianapolis, Ind., to "the land be- yond the sun." Some daya since a little lady in this a letter to "Old Mr. Santa Glaus, Montevedio, Minn." The letter failed to reach the venerable old man and it was sent to Milbank, then to Groton, Aber- deen, and other places and failing to find the party to whom it was address- ed, it came back to the Huron post- office, and was delivered to its writer, who expresses much regret because Mr. Santa Claus didn't get the letter. Thanks to Mrs. H. M. Barker for copies of the White Ribbon Journal, a new paper just started in Water- town It is the official paper for the South Dakota W. O. T. U. It is a four column folio, and is edited by Mrs. Clara H. Willaims, The St. John's day sociable an- nounced to be given by the Masonic fraternity of this city, has been indef- initely postponed on account of the death of Mrs. Pierce, mother to Brother J. A. Cleaver. It is understood that when the Masons get into their new hall they will give a grand en- tertainment. The funeral of Mrs. P. Stewart, whose death oceured Tuesday even- ing, took place from the residence of James Stewart Friday afternoon, and was largely attended. Rev. F. D. Newhou.se conducted' the services which were very impressive. The A. O. TJ. W. lodge was present in a body. Burial took place in River- side cemetery. Deep sympathy is expressed for Mr. Stewart and his family in their bereavement. Huron City Schools. The following is the report of the High school for the month ending Nov. 21, 1890, the scholarship grad- ed on the scale of 100: A GKADE. Mamie Marsh Pearl Alsell 37 Sitsla Merrill Anna Botsford 77 Una Milne Klwin Hair 9li Thomas A. Nickell. Loren H7 Surah Murrains, S8 .83 S4 bl b9 For the Holidays The Chicago North- Western Rail- way Company will sell; excursion tickets at favorable rafcee. For full information regarding rates, dates of sale, limits of tickets, etc., apply to agents C. Railway Company. Call and see our elegant embroid- ered silk and linen handkerchiefs. M. BOOTH. F. M. SLATEK has lost a large red morocco pocket book containing pa- pers of value only to the owner. Find- er will bs rewarded if he will leave same at this office. Auction! Beginning Safcurdaya fteraoon Dec. 20, I will offer at auction all articles in my stock of wall paper, paints, artists materials, etc. Sale every afternoon and evening till stock is closed out. Here's a chance for bar- gains. W. W. CALDWELL. We have the best 5c- and lOc line of handkerchiefs in this country. M. BOOTH. Harry Chulfant.......85 Loa Phillips...... Katie Ella Setzer........ Anna Daisy Slielton Fannie Davis..........75 Leah Smith...........u? Werner Zula Gertie Goodell........85 Jennie Hay Initliara..........OS .Ella Thomas.........i'J Eddiu Kimball........Si Harry Lome Milne...........88 Joseph Thurston.....IT Lora Jlonser..........82 Jessie Vanderatein...90 Lina Nlcholl..........Hi TiUieon Anna Summers.......90 i> GRADG. let DIV. Lena Tolmle..........8.1 Abhie Mary Walton..........73 Bessie n GRADK. Herbert ElbertBowe...........90 Minnie French........83 Kendall Cressey......75 Albert Hall...........82 Florence Curtis.......87 Hattie Walter Grant.........S5 Kent............89 Anna Hargrove.......84 Elsie Ollie Hargrove........85 Louise Hattie Lanbe..........81 Grace Bertha Levy...........81 George VOSB..........63 John Milne...........75 Sad Div. Leah McParlane.......80 Will Arnold..........76 Addie Flock...........US Alice Allen..........81 o GIIADK. Nettie Bloodgood, Si Haven Bradford.......95 Romanzo Burger.....82 Felix Brach...........77 Juddlo G-oodspeed----74 Burney..............97 Alonzo Mav Bradley...........SO Cora Jessie Bycrolt.........82 Nellie Libby Chalfant........OS Ella SusiH John La .79 Madge jSTeilie Mary Faust...........91 Mamie Kittle Fay ant..........81 Leland JBditti Hataaway.......81 Jennie Arthur Hannay.......87 Anna Reese..........60 John Hannay__'......88 Lulu Sargent.........60 Frank Harkine........91 Annie Homer Hole...........To Clyde Lon Huntington.......71 Jesse Steele..........79 Charles Kelley.........76 Adriie ..72 Stella Lovell..........78 James White.........81 The per cent, of attendance of A class for the month was 99.1; of B 98.7; of G 93 5; of D 94 8, and of the school 95.6. The above grades were made from test questions given by the superintendent. Those whose grades are eighty and above, have dona very well. Of tbe grades below the High school, A primary of Miss Kirby's room had the highest per cent of at- tendance. Baled Kay. will deliver during a bale or a ton ae Joy. BROS. business yoo. may Teachers1 Examination. Notice is hereby given that a pub- lic examination for teacher's certifi- cates will be held in the court room in Huron, Jan. 6, '91, beginning at nine o'clock a. m. MES. C. M. AMBROSE, County Supt. Of Interest to Athletes. James Robinson, the athletic train- er at Princeton College, Princeton, N. J., says: "I have found it imperative to have sure and simple remedies on hand in case of cuts, bruises, strains, sprains, colds rheumatism, etc. Shortly after I entered upon profes- sion, I discovered stich a remedy in A.1.1 cock's Porous Plasters. I tried other plasters, but found tbem too harsh and irritating. Allcock's Por- ous Plastars give almost instantan- eous relief, and their strengthening power is remarkable. In cases of weak back put two plasters on the small of the back and in a short time you will be capable, of quite severe exercise. In and "distance" races, and jumping, the mucles or tendons in the legs and feet some- times weaken. This can invariably be relieved by cutting the plaster in narrow strips, so as to give free mo- tion, and applying on muscles affect- ed. Hi 'Tn n le B: CD tJ D OQ C 0 2- !zj P o o bO 00 r.o o cr CD p er O S {4 O O CE i-n O TET THE Excelsior Coffee at Bliss' cents per pound. If not as good as any 30 cent coffee, money will be refunded.______________ 93dtf Initial silk and linen kanclkerchiefs, ____________M. BOOTH. THE BREATH of a chronic catarrh patient is often so offensive that. he becomes an object of disgust. After a time ulceration sets in, the spongy destroyed, discomfort She fears he has been captured by bones are attacked and frequently the Indians. The Congregationalists invite you to assist them in celebrating Fore- fathers Dec. 22. Sup- per will be served in the Hills' block from to o'clock. Chicken pie, cold meats, baked beans, brown bread, mince, apple acd pumpkin pie, 'lection cake, with other choice viands will constitute the bill of fare. In the church, at 8 o'clock there will be music, an address by Hon. O. W. Bair, and responses to toasts by Rev. F. D. Newhonse and others. Come and help celebrate. Supper 25 cents. The waterworks company has in- structed Alex. Mclntosh to prepare to turn the water from the ar- tesian wells from the ravines onto the river bottom south of 'Third street and west of the river. The tract is very level and will be easily .flooded. When tins is done and tbe water freezes a fine ice rink will be ready for all who desire to use it for skating. This will be done so that boys will have no occasion to go to the river to skate. Tbe thoughtful- ness of the waterworks company will be appreciated. Bny useful articles for Christmas. d them at M. BOOTH'S. A constant Ecource of is the dripping of the purulent secretions into the throat, sometimes producing inveterate bronchitis, which in its turn has been the exciting cause of pulmonary dis- ease. The brilliant results which have attended its use for years past properly designate Ely's'Cream Balm as by far the best and only cure. The Chicago Post declares tha t tiddledy wink will produce softening of the brain- K o Cf O CS tr (B CD P e o D (D Cb CD c hj 2 S S o K cocci-' 1 joocps O H- OO r--- joo A. M. KOWE, Supt. We hoars want. ______ 'The laziest boy iu school is always closest to the head o.? the procession when the circus is in town. Its Excellent Qualities Commend to public approval the Cal- ifornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It is.pleasing to the eye and to the taste and by gently acting on the kidneys, liver and- bowels, it cleanses the system effectually, there- by promoting the health and comfort of al] who use it._________ The Atchison annual report shows a surplus for the nine months ending June 30, 1890, of Catarrh In the head Is a constitutional Disease, and requires A constitutional remedy Like Hood's Sarsaparilia, Which purifies the blood, Makes the weak strong, Restores the health. Try it now. Noting the query, "What shall-we do with our a Black Hills paper says: "Ever try Deafness Can't be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf- ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin- ing oj; the Eudfcachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing; and when it is entirely closed, Deaf- ness is the result, and unless the in- flamabion can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in- flamed condition of the mucous sur- faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by atarrh) that we cannot cure by tak- ing Hall's Catarrh Cure, Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists at 75 cents. Col. R. F. Humphrey, the leader of the Colored Farmers' alliance, is a white man. the k-ff: btt it ,i'l Happy New Year. Yes, we hope it will be a Happy New Year to certainly there can be only good in good wishes. The Year of Gracv, 1890, is almost gone. Like all else in human life, it bas been rather "niixtd." Some- times wo "etuitfbs aod every- thing ''cams our way." Ou oc- casions we bel our rn'ouey on wrong horse and were PiifUy Fonaatimsa we had Ids of feu! R other times we have f'oubd it to "hard, cruel world." We have n: some new friends and Jost BOOK-. ones., 'Wu made lots of bay, but our potatoes few in H hiil, uud. small at that. If we should a bal- ance, we should find that on the we are cousi.Jertibly ahead- more sweet than biHer. For itself. "The Biubngtou" bas done well this thank Jiuol re- joices in the acquaintance of muny new patrons, while the old ones are. still with us. Thankful for the past, we'are yet more'hopeful for the fu- in the fntuiv, when travel- ing by rail, take The Only." For ratPB, tickets, lime-tables, sic., call on your locn! ticket agent, or wrilo to W. J. C. Kenyon, Gen. Pass. Agent, C B. N. R. R-, St. Paul, Minn. SCROFULA Hungry Little gimme a ginger snap? Pompous Baker (a sir; I never give a snap away. JNk'uti'ic Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well knowQ aod wo popular as to need no bpecial mention. All who have used JSlectric Bitters sing the same song of purer rnediciua does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt "Rheum and other affections caused by impure drive Malaria from the system as well as cure all malarial For cure, of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money 50 cts. aad per bottle, at L. E. Corbiu Co's Drug Store. 5 "Lend me a fiver, will you "I can't, old fellow. I haven't even paid for my wife's present to me yet." Everybody admires and buys our embroidered handkerchiefs. ____________M. BOOTH. It was Ben Johnson, we believe, who when asked Msllock's question, "Is life worth replied, that depends on liver." And Ben Johnson doubtless saw the double point to the pun. The liver rosy, everything bright, mountains of trouble melt away like mountains of snow. The liver slug- dull, everything blue, molehills of worry rise into moun- tains of anxiety, and as a sick headache, dizziness, constipa- tion. Two ways are open. Cure per- manently, or relieve temporarily. Take a pill and suffer, or take a pill and get well. Shook the system by overdose, or coax it by a mild, pleas- ant way. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the mild means. 'They work effect- ively, without pain, and leave tae system strong. One, little, sugar- coafced pallet is enough, whole vial costs but 25 cents. although a THE PROPRIETORS of Ely's Cream Balm do not claim it to be a cure-all, but a sure remedy for catarrh, colda in the head and hay fever. It is not a liquid or a snuff, but is easily ap- plied into the nostrils. It gives re- lief at once. Have Tried It. A number of my lady customers have tried "Mother's and would not be without for many times its cost. They recommend it to all who are to become mothers. R. A. PAXNE, Druggist. Greenville, Ala. Write Bradfiftld Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., -for particulars. Sold by all druggists in Huron. S. D. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Mild, gentle, soothing sod healing is Dr.. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Only 50 cents; by druggists. Ladies and gents mufflers of every style and quality can be had at M. BOOTH. A Snap for Some One! What have you to trade for 160 acres of fine land, free of all incum- brances, near Huron. Will trade for horses, cows, sheep, pigs, poultry or Apply soon. C.G. WHITE. Do not fail to see.our holiday neck- ties. M. BOOTH. Eupepsy. This is what you ought to have, in fact, you muse have it, to fully enjoy life. Thousands are searching for it daily, and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our rpeo- ple in the hope that they may attain this boon. And yet it may be had by all.- We guarantee, that Electric Bit- ters, if used according to direction sand tlie use persisted in, will bring you Good .Digestion and oust the demon Dyspep- sia and install instead Eupepsy. We recommend Electric -Betters for Dys- pepsia and. all. .diseases of Liver, Stomach, and Kidneys. Sold at 50c per bottle ,by L. E. Corbin Co., druggists. 4 See M. Booth's holiday display. Mrs. Advice to Wiuslow's Motners. Soothing Syrup Is Consumption Incurable? Read the following: Mr. C. H. Morris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abcess of Lungs, and friends find physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Be- gan taking Dr.. King's New Discov- ery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made. Middlewar, Decatur, Ohio, sftye: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now in best of health Try it. Sample bot- tles free, at L. E Corbin Go's Drug Store. __ 5 A Chicago man has offered Tenn- yson to write him a comic opera __ arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt Rheum, Ife- ver sores, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and -posi- tively cures piles, or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sals by L. E. Cor- bin Co., Huron. South Dakota Notice of Meeting-. The regular annual meeting of the stockhold- ers' of the Northwestern, Savings, Loan and. Building Association, will be held at the office of the Depot hotel in the city of Huron, Beadle county South Dakota on, Thursday the 15th day of January, 1891, for the purpose of electing seven directors, amending the articles of incorporation and STich other business -as may properly come before tbe meeting- The poll's will be open on the above stated tims and place from four o'clock p. m. until five o'clock B. m cf that day. Sbdtf C" EP. EjtsroN, Secretary. duccs unsightly lumps or causes painful running sores on the arms, IBKB or-feet; which devclopcs ulcers Iix tho eyes ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; 'which, is the origin of pimples, can- cerous growths, or the ninny otJier nmn.tosto- usually ascribed to vfo fastening upon the lungs, causes consurnpt.oa and death. Being the most ancient, it is the most general of nil diseases or affections, for very lew persons are entirely free Irora.it. Notice of Chattel Mortgage Sale. EREAS, One James McNamara of Beidle county, South Dakota, mortgagor, did, on the bth dfiy of ]Sov.( A. D., 1890, make Bis cerlain chattel mortgage to H. A. Maxfield of Beadle county South Dakota, mortgage dated Noy, to secure tha following indebtedness, towit: OiiePromissory note for 8275.00, datedNov. 8ih, 1888, dieMaySth, executed oy James McWtimara, and payable to A. .M artield. And which mortgage was filed in the of the register of deeda of Beadle, coun- ty, Dakota, on tbe 10th day of Nov., 1888 at 5 o'clock p.m., on page 190, book 5 of chattel mortgages, No. and. whereas, tiefault has been made in the conditions contained, in aald mortgage, which .default consists in tha failure to pay said note in lull, AHD WJJEBKAS, There Is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the snm ot sixty-two dol- lars and-twenty-lire cents for principal and interest, and forty dollars attorneys' fees stipulated for in said mortgage, Now TitEBEi-oBB, notice is hereby firen, that virtue of said mortgage; and by order of said H. A. Maxfleld the present ownar thereof L P Teeters, sell for cash the follow- ing described chattels desciibedin and mortgaged by eaid mortgage, at corner of Dakota Ave. -and Third St., in the city of county of Beadl> bo nth Dakota, at the hour of 2' o'clock p. m of the 27th- ,-day of-. Dec., A. D., 1890, to wit: One large roan mare eight years, old next spring with' loal Included (.which is now a mare colt one year pneJarge .black' mare left hindfoof white, and white strip.in face, 9 years old, and In- crease named-Keller, two bay -mare colts two' ysareoM next spring. Dated at Hnrou Dec IEHTBRS, 1. B, HBHTAM, Attorney lor Beadle g, D. has been use-3 by millions of moth- ers for children teething for over fifty years with perfect success. It relieves the little suit'- erer at once; it produces natural, quiel sleep, by relieving tbe child from pain, and the little cherub awakes "as bright as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, reg- ulates the bowels, and is the bestkriow'p remedy for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. 25 cents per bottle. tf Half a tablespoonful of sugar will often revive a dying fire. A Lady in Texas Writes: My case is of long standing; has baffled many physicians; have tried every remedy I could hear of, but Bradfield's Female Regulator is all that relieved me. Write the Brad- lieldBeg. Co., Atlanta, Ga.. for fur- ther particulars Sold by all drug- gists, in Huron, S. D. Salem is moving for the organiza- tion of an immigration bureau for McCook county. "Is this the La a question often asked when medicine is wanted. The following are a few of the medi- cines of known reliability, sold by Corbin Co., druggists of this place. They have many other excellent med icines, but these are worthy oi special mention: OHAMBEELAIN'S COUGH REMEDY, fa- mous for its cures of severe colds and as a preventative for croup. Price 50 cents per bottle CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM, a gener- al f ataily liniment and especially val- uable for rheumatism. Price 50 cents per bottle. CHAMBEKLAIN'S COLIO, CHOLERA AND DIAEEHOEA REMEDY, the most reliabl known medicine for bowel com- plaints. It is especially prized by persons subject to colic. It has cur ed many cases of chronic diarrhoea Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle. ST. PATRICK'S PILLS, for disorders of the iivet and bowels. A vigorous but gentle physic that cleanses and renovates the whole system. Price 25 cents per bos. CHAMBERLAIN'S EYE AND SKIN KENT. For tetter, ealt-i'beum, scald. head, eczema and chronic sore eyes Price 25 cents per box. The surest remedy for evil consist in fprgetting it. Children Cry for Pitcher's D Mow Can St Bo By taking Hood's SarsaparilLo, which, the remarkable cures it has accomplished, often when other modicinu.s have Jailed, haa proven itself! to be a potent and peculiar medicine for- tins disease. Some of these cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsapanlla, My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof- ulous sore from the time she was22 months old till she became six years of age. Lumps formed in her neck, and one of them after crowing to the size of a pigeon's egg, became a running sore lor over three years. We gave her Hood'.s Sar.sapn.riHa, when the lump and all indications of scrofula entirely dis- appeared, and now she scorns to be a, healthy child." J. S. CARI.ILE, Kauright, N. J. N. B. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsapariila SoldbyalldrugglHts. by C. I. HOOD i CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. Doses Ono Dollar Both the method and results when. Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidney- Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the nly remedy of its kind ever pro-. duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its; effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its mauy excellent qualities commend it. to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale'in 50c and' "bottles by all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist who not have it on baud will pro- sure it promptly for any one who. wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. r CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. OUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. PAID 31 DOLLARS DOCTOR'S BILL, I paid 31 dollars doctor's billfor my wife- in one year, and one bottle of Female Kegrulator did her more' HOOQ. than all the medicine she had taken before. JAMES T. QOTT, Oarmij 111. Have Buffered periodically for years- been treated by tho best -with- out STemale Regulator did me more good than all the .other remedies. Mrs. ELIZA OAViS, Charlotte, N.C. Have tuied Bradflold's Female Regulator and can recommend it to all my friends. O. S. WIEMEYER, Denver, OoL BRADFIILO REGULATOR Co., Atlanta; Ga. Sold by all Price per bott' v THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. TRAINS ABRIVE AT HURON From Tiast'.. So. 1, Mail ar.ti Express, dally, except p. in. 3, Mixed, dally except Monday, m. So.27, and accominortatlon, dally except; Sunday, p. re. From Went. No. 2, Mall and dally, except p. m. So.'H2. Freieht, and accommodation, p. m: Daily except Sunday. From Sou tii. So. 5, Mall and Hzpreee. flallw except Sundaye p. m. So 25 Freight and (tccommodiition dally except Sunday, p. in. From Worth. No. 6, Mail and JExprees, daily except Sunday, at 1 :40 p. m. No. Freight aiad accommodation, p. in, Daily except Suurtay. TRAINS DEPABT FROM HURON.. pcmadB oi good .clean rags at WANTED. work In- email jEamily. Good -A good girl to do email famil- cor. general kouae- la- So. I, Mall ana dally, except S.unday, SJMop.ffi. No. 4, Mixed, daily axcept Saturday, p. BI. wo. ;J6, Freight ana accommodation daily except Sunday, 7 a; tn. Go-lnjr Wcint. No. 1, Mall and Exprase daily, p. ta. So.. 31, Freight and a. Daily .except Sunday. GolnsjNortb. Mail and BspreBB, dally except Sunday p. m. No. ail, Freight aiid nccohundaatlon, a. .Dally except Sunday. Ootnisr South.' N- J Mall and dally except No. 24, Freight and accommodation, daily Sunday, 6 passenger tralne now! dully except Sunday W 6XC6pt No. 3 daily t. W. WOOJX Act. I   

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