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IT Bf.ISHEU DAILY AN I WEEKLY
Tbe Plattsmontli Herald PuMisMnE Co.
For City ud County Directory, RnllwAy Time
Tables. Telephone Kxrliang ltiixiiiei!i Di
rectory, Hiilnem Cards $.c, re third pate.
JEFF. L. STONE,
The A pent.
Who comes all hour of the l:ty.
And rail me from my work away.
And make me listen to liU say?
The Alt at.
Who edjjes past lue through the door.
And muddle up my ' in wanlied Moor,
Till I Kfow tlilmty for hit gore?
Who wukes the buhy In the er:l.
With clatter of hi tongue ho kIII,
And disconcerts the tired "rib"?
Who praises To'nimie'H well-shaped head.
And thinks by blarney, thickly ispreaJ,
To buy his ware I sliull he led?
Wfco, as he comes. conce;ils his pack.
Lest I be peeping through a crack.
And lock the door 'Hiiist his attack?
For whom was made that awful place.
Where slniurj, pat their day of grare,
I'nendlng puiilshmeiit embrace?
L. 1). Reunctt started, this in o mi eg.
Miss Nellie ari l Mm. Edderrans re
turn to Lincoln to-night after a week's
visit in the city.
Mr. J. L. Minor, of the 1$. & M., re
turned to Oinahn to-night.
Mr. 1M Weicott went to Chicago
this rnorninif to buy i:oods. Mrs. Wes-
cott accompanied him.
Mr. M. IJtishnell, father of the "Dea
con. arri red last niht ou hi way
home from Vermont, and will visit
over Sunday in the city.
Charles J. Petteo, who has been in
Auburn the past mouth, is home for a
vi3it over .Sunday.
(!eo. IIou3worth went to Rnrling
ton last night to spend Sunday with
the old folks, and
Uncle Sam Uaiker returned from
Hastings this morning, where he has
been, gathering up a bunch of cattle.
Mrs. Willard Ruell and the two boys
and Gio. Ruell, a cousin of the late
"Willard lluell, arrived last evening
from Rlue Kapids, Kan. ';
li. W. rriggs and wife of South
Bend, spent last night in the city, and
went to (jlenwood this morning to
A. Salisbury, Dentist.
Have yo:i rcisterc 1 yet?
The Swedish Quartette at ths Opera
bouse Monday night.
But one deed was tiled in the county
clerk's oflice today, and that was a
pretty largo transaction too, being the
transfer of James Simpson and wife
to Cyrus W. Gonzales of the ej s w
19-10 10; s o . 19-10-10; n n w f,
0-10-10, w d 80.400.
is cold and djrk an 1
R?nnett fc Liwishave ornvnentJ 1 thii r
front wiudi.ws with a new
Fun To see "Will Browne try
beat Judge Johnson playing chess.
Joe Ford is going to put a new floor
in atthe rink next week, which will
make it a No. 1. rink.
Eda Kliel, t no of the finest dramatic
headers o:i tin stae. at t!ic npc.i house,
The band will be at the rink tonight,
and the flat cars which were ordered
for the unfortunates will also be in
prime condition for business.
If you waut to hear a wom-in sing bass
and ;oo! bass to-, don't fail to hear the
Swecdbsh Quartette fit the opera house
The irjn castings to be used in Lafe
O'Xeil'a new meat market, were made
at the Cass county iron works, and
cin't be beaten anywhere.
Several fellows were noticeable on
the streets this afternoon ripe tor the
cooler. They might spoil out in the
weather, and should be taken care of.
Services at the M. E. church tomor
row as usual. In the morning Pastor
Wilson will administer the sacrament
of baptism to children. The evening
services will commence at 7::i0 o'clock.
Tomorrow will be the day set for
Easter eggsactly. But from present
appearances, it will be more of a Nor
'wester. Peace (of Wiggins) on earth,
good will to man. If good Will
Toman wants our good will, we will
willingly will it to good Will Toman.
One of Lincoln's charming young la
dies and a popular young man in one
of the railroad offices at Omaha, who
have both been visiting in Platts
mouth during the past week, are sus
piciously good natured to each other,
and indulge in pet names occasionally.
He's a Minor yet, but Gerran tees
fidelity just like old folks. Lincoln
papers please notify John.
The funeral services of Willard N.
Buell will take place at the residence
of Chaplain Wright tomorrow (Sab- Opinions of the Press, of the Swed
bath morning; at the hour of eight isu Quartette which appears in Platts-
o'clock a. m., upon which occasion a mouth next Monday night.
The Business men of Council Bluffs
are chock full of enterprise, an 1 when
they think another railroad is what
they need to build up the town, and
improve the business they already
have, and encourage more, they DO
something. The loilowing from the
Xomparcil demonstrates the fcpiril
tnat ought to prevail in Plattsmouth:
A XOKTUEIiX KAILUOAD PROJECT.
For some time it has generally been
considered in Council Bluffs that a di
rect railroad north from this city
would Xrove a v-ry important and val
uable project for Council Bluffs as
well as a paying investment for its
builders aud owners. The great ne
cessity for a more direct outlet by rail
from this city north has been appre
ciated by observing, wideawake and
enterprising citizens for sometime
past. The idea entertained by some
of our most prominet business men
resulted in an enthusiastic railroad
meeting at the board of trade rooms
last evening, which wa3 attended bj a
large number of citizens.
This meeting was called for the dis
cussion of the proposed project, that
of building a road north from Council
Bluffs to Storm Lake, there to connect
with the Illinois Central, a distance of
about 150 miles.
Opinions as to the proposed road
were given by several ciMzans, all of
which were strongly in favor of such
a road, aud the speakers, one and all,
urged the importance and benefit to
city, county and northwestern Iowa
from a line of this kind, and all pres
ent promised financial aid and hearty
On motion a committee consisting
of J. T. Hart. J. J. Brown, J- W. Chap
man, E. L. Shugart, Samuel' Haas and
J. M. Palmer, was appointed to draft
articles of incorporation and report
the same at an adjourned meeting, to
be held at the board of trade rooms on
tomorrow (Thursday) night at 7:30
The name proposed fcr the lino is
the Council Bluffs & Northern, and it
is gratifying to know that the move
meets with enthusiastic endorsement
by citizens and business men generally,
who can readily see the advantage
such a line of road would ba.
We are in just as good a location as
Council Bluffs to need railroads.
While Plattsmouth is talkin3 about
such things and wondering about them
the other towns step in and get them,
and the wonder comes afterwards, at
the good thing it proved to be. Peo
ple of Plattsmouth, WAKE UP and
let us have the Diagonal.
Some Reflections on Duck shooting.
When a city man comts home from
a duck shooting expedition, bromed
and unshaven, his knuckles skinned,
his face blistered, his lips chapped, his
eves red and an occasional limp in bis
gait, a very common question that is
asked of him is, "Well, how much did
your ducks cost you apiece V A great
many people look upon the sport qj
shooting in a business way. We have
no doubt that every duck shot by
sportsmen, if the expenses of the trip
were figured, would be found to have
cost from three dollars up to almost
any sum. Aud yet at fhat price it is
the cheapest meat that a city mam
whose work confines him indoors, can
get. It is not the duck meat and
feathers that he counts on, but the ex
citement, the amusement and the work
A man who has become sick at heart
with continued attention to business,
and whose muscles have become flab
by, and whose blood flows slowly, can
go out a week in a duck orchard and
come buck looking so changed that his
creditors will not know him. He will
take a boat aud row ten miles a day if
he has ducks in sight occasionally, and
work haiots: than he could be hired to
work for money at home. He will do
a harder day's work, if it Is disguised
as sport, than any man at work grad
ing a railroad. He is like the boys
who could not be hired to carry a ton
of coal down cellar, but when the
owner of the coal tied a rat on the
cellar floor, and said, "Come on, boys,
let's have some fun throwing lumps of
coal at the rat," they turned in and
threw the coal all down the cellar, a
lump at a time. The sportsman who
goes out for health will work all day,
until there is not a place on him as big
as a linger that is not stiff and not an
inch of his bodv that does not ach
and if he gels three or four ducks he
is content, and he will lay down and
sleep for ten hours and get up before
daylight and go out again. As far as
the value of the ducks are concerned,
it does not amount to anything. He
could buy a better lot at hoine for a
dollar, but he wouldn't have the same
strong grip c f the right hand, aud the
same feeling of newness and renewed
youth. Duck shooting, and the exer
cise that goes with it, doe3 more to
brace up people who woik indoors
eleven months in the year than any
thing. It would be interesting to people who
do uot go out shooting to see their friends
who do so after they have got well at
work shooting. The city niao, who at
ho:n is always dressed elegantly,goes to
the club house and shucks himself. . He
takes off all his beautiful clothes and
hangs them up in his room, and com
mences by putting on flannel shirts, and
then gets on an old pair of pants that he
can tuck into a pair of rubber boots that
come up to his hips. Then he puts on a
coat that has seen service aud hag got
grease enough on it to make soup, and
blood enough for a dozen Virginia duels,
aud a cout of a drab or gray color. Ou
his head he puts the worst looking old
hat or cap he can find. His main idea
is to look, if on land, as much like an old
stump as possible, and if he is iu a boat
he dresses to resemble a inuskrat house.
We have seen men from the city dressed
so that they could go to a masquerade
ball disguised as a inuskrat house and
deceive the oldest inhabitant. They dress
in this manner to deceive the ducks and
make them think it is safe to be around.
If the ladies who admire some of our
sporting citizens could ce them out on
the marshes, or in the bikes, we fear the
romance would be taken away. They
would see what they would take for a lot
of tramps or rat trappers. The only
thTng they would see that would be nat
ural would be the eyes and the smile.
They might be shocked at the sight of
the "bestest," the ladies might, if they
come onto him accidently in a marsh,
but if the girls should lay low behind a
bunch of grass and sue him watch a flock
A Serloax Accident.
This morning about half past eight
o'clock an accident occurrel at the mi-
chine shops in which Adolph Rudeblck
met with a serious injury. He was work
ing a drill, and the belt over head be
came detached. He procured a ladder
and had adjusted the belt again, and
started down when the ladder fell land
ing him in a pile of iron axle. He fell
a distance of about twenty-five feet light
ing on his right side, on his head and
shoulders. He was picked up iu an un
conscious condition and carried to his
home, and Dr. Hall uent for.
The Dr. found no bones broken, and
Adolph at this writing, while he has no
use of his right arm. is resting easy.
It will give him a hhoi t rest, and we
hope soon to see him able to resume his
As furnished officially to the
The river at noon today, stood 6 ft.
5 iu. above low water mark, showing
a rise of 18 in. since noon yesterday.
Chnrcu Services Tomorrow.
Regular services in church, Sixth
street south of Main tomorrow morn
ing and evening. Sunday school at,2:2o
p. m. Washington Smith, supt'; W. H.
Newell, assistant supt.
Regular services iu St. Luke.'s church
corner rf Vine and 3d street tomorrow
morning and evening; morning ser
vice, 11 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p.
m. Services each Wednesday and
Friday ening through lent. Rev. H.
B Burgess rector.
Regular services tomorrow morning
and evening by their pastor Rev. J. T.
Baird. Morning services at 11 a. m.;
evening service 7:C0 p. in.; Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. ' .1. N YVis su
Services in church on Oak street at
8 a. in. and 10:3(1 a. in. Sunday school
and benediction at p. m. Lenten
sjrvices on Wednesday and Friday
ev nings at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Father
L r.b, pastor.
' cordial invitation is extended to
all. c cqme and bear the glorious
gosjel of the blessed God, to be pro
claimed every evening next week at
7:30 in the Baptist, Chapel, High
SchoeThill. Bible readings on vari
ous subjects every afternoon at 3.
Meeting on Lord's day at 3 and 7 p
m. "We declare unto you, glad tid
ings,, Acts 13-32.
Ho Tor the ftink.
OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON
Iu Ilasement of KitzcernM lllork.
Roller Skates For All.
JOSEPH FORD, Prop.
T. IK NIMPSOJT,
FIRE INSURANCE CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIR EM AX FUND, of California
AMKRICAN KX TICKS CO.,
WKI.I.S. FAKUO & CO. EX T1CKS.S'.
Otllce in Koi'kwuixl l;liuk. with Johnson I'.ros
CI I ATT K L M O I :T J AGES
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS
Secure tlicm at the
Plattsmouth Herald Office-
Tuesday Evening, March 27,
The music will be furnished by the
PLATTSMOUTH Q U A D R I L L E
RAND. Nobody, will be admitted
without an invitation.
TICKETS, for Rail, - - S1.00
ijuirt-u, at iemrai juscauraut. ex
A FINE I. OX OK
M A C K E I : E L, L A I J 1 1 A I ( ) 1 1 E 1 1 E U I i I N ( I , T J U 1 1 T, W I L D V A V E
COD EI SIT, A io a choice lot of
IEMOHS OEAI G223S.
We bavn a Ann flock of
OmOWB FAMIIt Y GROCERIES,
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FLOUR.
I have la tocU a flue lint' of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
&c. All tiur good are new ninl frenli.
Will Exchange lor Conatry Proflnce. Ltocil Oil Meal Always on Hand.
Next door to Court House, PlatUmonth, Neb,
i.an, Ma Bi MURPHY & CO.
Bremuer's crackers at Murphy's. t&s4w
If you have anything you want sold
at auction call on Joe Ford. d&wtf
crackers at WeckbacVs.
We have received
of verv desirable
WALL PA YE It.
It consists of all grades from
the cheap brown at tiO cents to
the hih price ilt at $1 a double
roll. Juv jour wall paper where
you can get the largest and best
stock to select from.
Competent mechanics furnished
to hang paper when desired. AVe
take pleasure in showing our
goods; call and see us. IJespect-
WILL J. WAIiKICK.
FIXED ON liOOM,
FIXED ON LOCATION.
FIXED ON GOODS.
FIXED ON FITS,
FIXED OX STYLES,
FIXED ON Pit ICES,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
and we can iix you to your satis-
A Good Chance
io rem, 10 ine rignc parties, a com
plete restaurant; location central and
business already established. Restau
rant can also be used for ice cream
room. An excellant business chance
for a man and wife apply at.
7dtf Stadleman's Bakery
Bremner's crackers at Hansen's. t&s4w
Clutter & Marshall, dentists, Fitz
gerald's block. feb28dtf
Ice ! Ice ! Ice !
jnow is tne time to contract lor your
summer a supply ol ice. lied rock prices
prompt delivery and superior quality of
ice, nrst come first served by the new ice
man. dSm2 Joe Fairfield.
Trnnlra niirl n-
damage Fainter, iices. Furnishinir
in every depart
ment oi prime
One price and
m. r rn.rn.rn. w flL m .m.m. w m.w a . 7 m i tin inn w nrir or u fair t i i : i 1
in Palmer's Addition. nas. RniftnJ.,al''r?
. -m may lind some one who will do it lor
our uic piace,
Graining:, Glazing, Paper Hanging,
Lp:ive orders at W anick's. riattsinouth, Feb.
Secure Yourself a
COLLECT! OA AGENCY.
Law and colled ion but,iu-ns promp
tly attended to ut thin otllce and pro
ceeds remitted without le!ay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to on thort no
tice auduatisfactKou guaranteed.
If there is any thing we do make a
specialty of, it is city aud Htiburban
real estate. Several line farina uul
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men cau get a home by pcying month
ly what they now pay lor home rent.
Space forbida giving but a Kiiiali
percentage of the bargain now ou the
books at this agency: we name th
11 w 1
bix choice half acre lots. 8 mliiutea
from R. It. shops, at from 80 to 4160
each, and on terms that would mako
a man ashamed to Bay h; did not own
a house. Come and see, you are not
compelled to buy and we wont givo
these lots away, but you can jet them
so they will absolutely cost you noth-
Five acre lot mile from
$260 part on time.
from til y
Forty Acres laid off in City Lots,
Llevcn acre lot mile
for 560 this is extra fine.
I have three pieces of ouuido nron-
erty which I can tell and under
take to furnish purchaser work
enough to pay for them, now I will
furnish the ground and you tho work,
work is what hurts me. II vou will
do the work at a fair price 1 will
The Holbrook house corner of 5th
and Locust street. House is large com
modious ana excelent condition, apply
xo I3dtr Tnos. Pollock.
of ducks approaching, and when the
brief funeral address will be spoken,
after which the remains will be taken
to the depot for conveyance to St.
Joseph, Mo., where it will be-buried
in the family burying ground. Final
services will be held at St. Joseph at
three o'clock p, in., in the afternoon of
A New Firm.
Mr. Frank E. Hartitrati hxs entered
tho law oilice with his brother, M. A.
Hartlgan. and the real estate and col
lection department will be conducted
by Hartiin Bros. Mr. Fr.tnk Harti
gan is au industrious gentleman who
will give his personal attention to the
colllectioa and real estate, an 1 M. A.
Hartig.m will, as heretofore, give bis
undivided attention to bis law prac
tice. The liroi is one deserving suc
cess, which they will reap in due time.
Miss Eda Eliel gave one of her
eharming recitations, a sketch called
"Hannah Jane, by Nasby, and was. as
usual, enthusiasticully encored. Sat
The cordial greeting by a large and
appreciative audience was more than
recompensed. The superlative beauty
and attraction of the entertainments
of the Swedish vocalists is the touch
ing simplicity ot their music. Louis
ville Daily Evening Xews.
Miss Eda Eliel, th young lady who
received such an ovation of applause,
for both her tragic and humorous rec
itations, and who is also u student of
this institution, intends, we under
stand, to mae the stage her profes
sion. Chicago Citizen.
It can with truth be said that a
more appreciative or more heartily
pleased audience never greeted any
troupe. The serenades, Swedish folk
songs, concert waltz and other Selec
tions rendered by the ladies were rap
turously applauded. Leaven worth
The following from the
Tribune refers to Geo,
lire escape, and it require
the contract. The prominent archi
tects and fire tflleers all endorse it and
recommend it highly:
Iff? Wiren F. Leland tu. extract
ed fir lire-escape ladders to be placed
at all tbo windows of the Leland hotel,
reaching to within one story of the
ground. . The system of ladders is a
new one. each round of the Ladder
being fasteued into the walls and
anchored there, taking the place of
two brick, which are removed from
the walls for every round. The cost
i comparatively light. These ladders
tre in addition to the regular fire
otfcapt'S of the house.
They took the audience by surpris ,
a9 It- n m t
TT Ttw.m ntna 1 rtumtJUCO WLU3H VerUlCC
7- . f ,! of approval so emphatically expressed
re 400 to nil J means somethinor Tlio im firon
o w f wm mvcii
with unerring correctness, the time is
never out of joint, and the swetL rich.
voices blend with remarkable unity. I Talk about drying wet clothes: man?
people hang them up by the tire to dry
game had got about the right, distance,
sec the ''muskrat heuse"raisc up and drop
a duck right and left Into the water, and
see the look of ple tsiiiv, see the eyes
sparkle as they had not sparkled since
the last meeting, the girls would forget
the trampish appearance of the lover and
clap their little hands and say, "Wel:,
he's the boss, aud don't you forget it."
And then to see the tired hunter
row up to the club house at night,
tired and hungry, u;it get out of the
boat cramped, and wet from Genesis
to Revelations, especially about half
way between, and see him jump around
to get bis legs untangled, ai:d then go
to the table and paralj zo the game
surper, or the fcs.ive pan full of baked
beans, is a sigh" worth witnessing.
After the supper comes the pipe, and
then all the boys go to the gun room
to clean the guns, tell their experience
of the day, how they missed the best
shots they had, and killed where they
didn't expect to, and exchange lies uu
til early bed time. Men who, in the
city, would not walk a block in the
rain without an um'nclla. will go out
in a rain storm and sit in a boat for
half a day, until there is not a dry rag
on them, and have more fun than they
would by taking a trip to Europe.
A Square Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
25 cents and lodging at same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial 31tn
will please bear this in mind. d&wtf
Just outside the City limits, and nt sub
ject to city Taxes.
FINE RESIDENT LOTS
where a shop man, or any other man, can
eat his dinner under his own roof and
not cold grub from a dinner pail
in the dusty, smoky shops.
Only three to ten minutes1 walk
from his work. Call on
JAS. S, MATHEWS,
Att'y at Law and Real Estate igeut
Over Baker's Store,wilI make terms to suit
Ziots from $0 to $SO
On time,or for Cash,to men that will build
No Lots for Specubilors !
together in god location in
of Plattsmouth. Ii quire ut this
For Sale or Trade.
Two good cows, with calf, for
either for stock-hogs or fat cows,
qu're at Jonathan Hatt & Co.'s.
Hou-w to Rent.
Inquire of Chaplain Wright.
1IC, KTe., KTC,
Of All Descriptions.
The only first class barber shop aud
bath rooms iu the city at Joe hords,
under Carruth block. d&wtf
Mrs. A. .. Read will give special
tenti.m to dr - k- making.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
MY FINS HEARSE
New millinery goods just received at
Mrs. Read's in the Herokl Todd I!o k.3t
A Ies:r.-il!.- lmu.-c and l,.t w:iiiin (href
I blot k? ol business. Very cheap. K;:-
I quire ;t Sullivan & Woolcy. u2-lw
We have just rcccivid another iijvtnYc
oi wan pnper. uon i iau to sec our
stock belore Ihm 'ng elsewhere.
aSd'S Win. J. Wakvick.
Detroit Post and Tribune.
.01.133 xAia jMiei en-icnea tne Dro-
Kjauiui; last auesuay evening oy a
reading of the Trial Scene from Shaks-
peare' "Henry ths Eighth. This
young lady posesre dramatic talent of
a high order, anl her e'ocution is per
fect. She will make her mark in the
worm. Chicago Evening Journal.
but a sportsman can take a thimble of
C. E. WESCOTr,
The only "Boss" Clothier.
A X O
IS NOW JJ1IADY FOR SKJUVICE.
With many thanks for past iatruna-
Invite all to call anil examine mv
LARGE STOCK OK
31tf. FCRST IE AM) COKKI.XM
rotiec Uiioreby pivea that I will !! at pub
lic suction, iu irmir ui ine ouniycierK a omce.
in riattatuouth, tv C., jSebr.-i.ska, at 2
o'clork p. in. on mi. tmij-. the 31ft day of
K;.t-. . i u. i ,..,'2r",.'7!:nc r'v'" '?"'?' .property oi one
nuwji iui uijci, pub ib ijii iuo iu- j '"im joiwiwn. iwi-fiihfi!. nam propriy con-
side of the vest, and in half an hour ! ami chiu. one dirt tniie.
u new line oi nne dress eooas con
sisting of the lateu 6tyles and patterns
just received at Weckbach's. 33dtf
the vest will be as dry us a bone. We
do not publish this ptt-cription for
drying clothes for the benefit of the
temperance societies, as it probaby
wouldn't work worth a cent.
Coroner Cos Co.. Neb.
Plattvnoutb, March 20tu, 1883. d&w2t
rremnefs crackers at Bak r'n. t&s 4w
Notice to Farmers.
A Drat class line or Ni.rsiry Moon txud orna
mental shrubbery, Micii ut- fru t tn-i-.x. grape
vines. cottouwaoUs. u nipple and hedge
pliiiits. For sa!-M Wit-iu mete.
I-w-M - - JOHN LfcKIJCY.
Our l-arjre (JAKDE CtTDE
UrMTIIII llir V tit w HJaM v.w.
"re to All. We
.hit iiif fr.ff !. nr 1 1 . m I .
kEEHPATlTArii V .
n4 Mlmat, nU the Best ColUrttum of Veb
Flower, r.ni!. and TrwNKEB. ErervthInei?tP?tV!
The Troy City Ijinn lry
lla3 removed to the Mockenhaupt build
ing n-ar the blacksmith shop and is pre
j ared to do fii? t-class work. 16-dlm
Lidie?, your tptcial attention is called
new line of dresK ixla just
cd at Wcckbach's. Skltf
len acres for $ 600 00
" " GOO 00
" " " 760 00
" " " 2600 00
Several binall tracts well imiirov.wl
and adjoining the city, lor aule ut
KA KM LANDS.
40atre, wild $ COO 00
b0 " improyM 1C0O 00
120 ' " 2000 00
10O " 4 6X)0 (X)
200 ' " C200 00
240 " " C000 00
r'ineftt block larm in t;asn count r
$16000, lonf time and low rate cl in-
100 acres, wild S26O0
1WJ " . '2M)(i
80 " 1200
80 " 32HO
1GO acres, wild, R-p. V'y (cash) )()00
Cor. Jot 3 bVka from khopu (ch ui)).100 '
1 3 u " " 17&
" a " " " 1UT'
J cor " Z " "
1 4 "
ii cor 2 " "
2 " " N. 6th street fliuol '
' ' Picnic Hill
H " " W's-ihiiiii-tou ave"
x l ul k from Main t 4 ir aim
Improved citv real efcint.. In ..l.im.
nance. I can tint! in but ...ul.t t..
... ,. . - nam m
tins line if you will call and n,e.
l.ll.- l.I KH llOU-Cii IU( 0J(, for baJc
at iiiui-h lower liun-i, lhau will bo
-keil ix inoiitiiA hence.
Stores and l w.-llinys rt.u for
rent, rent proiupily collected.
If you don't Kr w hat you w uttf"m
lids eolim.ii come uiid uk lor it. I've
probably nn--eil ju-: what V1..1 ti i.ni
v in. ij.i ii iieru
ii :, K.
eveiy evening from
.mJ i, v li-m-,.. hi.. two fine lot
BOYD & LARSEN,
Contractors and Builders.
Will glTe estimates on all kinds of work. Any
oraers leit at tne Lumber Yarda or Post
Office will receire promot attention.
Heavy Truss Framing,
for barns and large buildings a peclalty.
For refeienoe apply to J. P. Youds
bach or n. A. Waterman &
Iloiue-matle ami AWrrantnl
MEALS AND LUNCH
at all hours.
Oysters niglit or day at the
j IF ZE3C CKJ 2sT X IS ,
Next to Weckbaeh'a hioro
JAMES AN TIL, IWrktor.