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rX'llLISIIF.D DAILY AND WEEKLY
Tic Plattsmontli Herald PnlJlisMns Co.
, S;t-rJir Myrawent to Lincoln tod
Was. Nfcvilia and liob Fitzgerald took
their departure forTpcumMh1 this tnorn-
It U War.tcJ la I'lfclUaicuUu
Tli Board oTTrade to th Front.
Kor C ty nl County Directory, Railway Time
Tm'l". Tflrlifio Kxcliaujc Itin-iiiMiv Din-dory,
lSuliie.MH Carrii nr., en third page.
J EFr. I. STONE, - City Editor.
A. SalUltury, Dentist.
The republicans of the city of Platts
mouth uro called to meet and I10M pri
maries ou Friday evening March .'501 li
at 7:30 o'clock to select delegates to
city convention to be held at I Jock wood
hall ou Saturday evening March 31 at
7:30 o'clock p. in. to jluce iu nomination
candidates for city olliccs.
The Fir.it ward will meet at tba
county judge's oiiicc.
The Second ward nt Way in an foun
dry. Tlie Third wan ut .Sullivan fc Wool
cy'sollicc. The Fourth ward at the council chaic-
Each wnrd will elect ten delegates.
Republicans are requested to turn out
to these primaries.
E. II. Lkwih, Com. 1st ward,
AY'. 8. Wi.sk, " 2.1 "
J. B. Strode, " 3d "
F. Caiuictii, " Hi "
Crof. Eikenbary took the train for
.South Bend this nierning.
Solomon Pitcher has returned. . lie i
a school teacher. He says he has been
in thirty-seven counties in Nebraska bat
Cass is just as good as anywhere. lie
says his note is just as long and his abil
ity to fch uck corn just as great at ever.
Does any one apply.
Mr. T. II. Clark, of Papillion. the fu
ture partner of J. B. Strode in the law
and collection business in this city came
down from Papillion today.
"R;ch.'' Schmidt, formerly of this
city, mow traveling for a' wholesale jew
elry house is in the city today.
Matilda Fletcher will lecture in
Plattsmouth on next Thursday even
ing on the Law of Happiness. "Law-m.?.w
A few scattering Hakes of snow
were flying around this afternoon,
looking as bilious as the weather.
Tickets for the art loan will be on
sale at J. P. Young's, WHIJ. Wanicka
and Smith Jt RUck's.
The .7oin.il made its appearance last
evening all printed at home. Some
thing was the matter with their patent
Two new hands at the business were
experimenting with roller skates last
evening, and furnished a good deal of
amusement to spectators.
The A. (). II. have leased the hall
recently vacated by the Good Tern pi air.
for a year, and will refit and furnish it
nicely for their own occapancy.
The pony switch engine bumped iuto
the bridge train last night and piled
two r three flat cars into a heap. No
body hurt but the cars.
Uucle Sam Barker bought 820 head
of fat cattle at Superior, in Xackole
county, toaay, that will weigh 1500
pounds now, at r. cost of 80.000. Sam
Is a good one.
At an early hour last evening Mrs
Simpson s music rooms were filled to
their utmost capacity by an apprecia
tive audience of parents and friends of
her pupils who assembled to note the
advancement of her muslo scholars
Many came and went away, unable to
i rompuy at o clock the exer
cises began with beginners in music.
and the crowded auditors were held as
if spell bound to the close with seme
good pieces from some of her more ad
vanced students, all doing remarkabl)
The evidence of Mrs. Simpson's skill
as a teacher of voice culture.and of the
organ and piano increased from the be
ginning to the close of the exercises,
euch'pupil excelling the preceding only
because more lessons had been taken.
Her manner of presiding at piano
or organ, and of reassuring au embar
rassed performer, are simply incom
parable, and we bespeak for her an
Increase of patronage and encourage
ment in ner noble endeavors to ad
vance her each aud every scholar.
Her work has been done so quietly
that but few have ever heard of it, yet
we feel proud to say that few cities of
equal number of Inhabitants can offer
such a rare chance to gain a musical
educatiou as we enjoy right here at
home every day, and many go away
from home at large expense and with
out obtaining the facilities Mrs, Simp
A bLj cat flsli that weighed 98 Ib.
was attractirg considerable attention
on Main street today. It was captur
ed by an Iowa man. lie wa3 probably
what caused the risa in the river a
few days ago.
The committee to sell tickets for the
art loan exhibition is composed of Mrs.
J. W. Barnes, M. B. Murphy, S. P. Wil
son; Misses Lou Shannon, Ilat'ie
Pronger,and Messrs. A.Drew and W. H
List or Letters.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
in the post office at Plattsmouth, Cass
County, Neb., March 30. 18S3.
Anderson Saml P Adams Emma
Ay res Rebecca 2 Reason Amasa
Bauers FranklinV Cotery Elders
Campbell J C Dunning C P "
Dalton F E Furman SidnT
Fogleson F S Gale Nellie Mrs
Hays Jas E Hanson N P
Hild Michael Jones Lydia B -Klaurence
Luzame Kern C. W
Kiser D F Loyd David
Lucas Frank J Lautenschlage Jno
Myers Rebecca Mrs Milan M-w :
Morgan D R McDermott Henry
Marstiu Mr Mamaa J A
Uhlenhouser Eva Oblenhouser Fred
Sans August Matt
Sumption A O
Sears Bertha M
Saunder F E
Smith Wm II
Lust evening ooe of the largest ses
sions in numbers that the board of
trade has ever held was held in their
rooms iu D. II. Wheeler Co's office,
to take steps to secure the diagonal
road for Plattamouth. The largo at
tendance was in testimony to the fact
that the business men of Plattsmouth
are in dead earnest ju this matter,
and that the Herald's woik in bring
ing the diagonal before the people, is
appreciated. The speeches made were
not numerous, but the assurance is
out from every individual present
that every man of them stands ready
to do his part to secure the road.
The meeting was called to order by
President Carruth, who stated the ob
ject of the meeting under special call
to be, to discuss wave and moans of
securing additional railroad facilities
for Plattsmouth, and especially
lake liiiiueuiaio action toward secur
ing tho diagonal road which now is
in course of construction across Iowa.
The matter was brought before the
board directly by a motion submit
leu uy Mr. vv inuuaiii: mat a com
mittee of three be appointed to con
fer at once with the diagonal road
through Mr, Wojstoo, to ascertain the
time aud place that a conference can
beheld regarding the road coming to
Plattsmouth. The motion was car
ried by a hearty vote, which, spoke
the interest all present had in the
work. The president then named It.
B. Windham, D. II. Wheeler aud H.
E. Palmer as - said committee, after
further uiaCiisaiou it W4 moved and
carried unauiinously, that the presi
dent oft he board, Mayor Webkbach
and A. W. McLaughlin be added to
After further discussion, relative
to organizing a railroad company
from riattpinouth southwest, the aid
that could be given thJ diagonal, and
the ueccssii of immediate action,
the board adj urued.
Those preseut, members of the
board, wero, F Carruth, J A Connor,
11 Boeek, W b Wise, F S White, Geo.
d Smith, II M L'u hm-ll, F D Leuhoff,
J W Marshall, L U Wheeler, S P Va-
uatta, J Pepper berg, A N Sullivan, F
R Gutl.mao, J V Weckbach, J W
Johnson, J M Schuellbacher C W
bhermau, J B Strode, B Elsou, J G
Kichey, R B Windham, A W Mc
Langhliu. E B Lewis, W Neville, J C
Eikenbary, F Gordcr, E II Sage, A B
Todd, James Grace, II M Bons.
This morning the following dis
patch was forwarded to Mr. G. F.
Woolaton, manager of the Wisconsin,
Iowa &, .Nebraska R. R. (the diago
nal) at Marshaltown, Iowa;
Plattsmouth, Neb. March 2, '83.
- G. F. Woolaton. S-.in't Diagonal.
Marsh alltowu, Iowa:
When and where can you meet a
delegation Irom the Plattsmouth
board of trade, to consider railroad
interests. F. Carruth,
- '- President.
What the answer will be will shape
the course of the committee iu future
The graduating r!as laid yeur num.
bered elht atadetitx, uud the 'list f ma
triculants giveu hi the prospectus of the
present year showed the following rep
resentation by states: Nebraska 27, Iowa
-c, uuhi i, Aiissouri i, ioiorauo l, n era
do 1. Dakota 1, Wyoming 1. Total 83.
The new college building on ground
owned by the college association, lias
been completed, and provides ample
room and facilities for a large class of
Students. It is pleasantly located on the
southwest corner of Mason and Eleventh
streets adjoining St. Joseph hospital. It
is two stories high and contains two
large lecture" room, labratory, library
and mnscuta room, patient's room, dis
secting and anotomist's room, etc, and is
fitted up with every convenience that
pertains to well equipped medical col
THE NIGHT HAS COME
All our wiu taper is here and we are
sure we can please all, the following are
our prices ier double roll:
Centres, corners, ceiling papers, &c..
abundance. We have a verv lartre stock
i . ... ti ii.. ; . "
uuu ilium urn. n c are maKini; a snee-
iauy oi icau, on, rmxeu paints, etc., this
season, w-utwiw w ill J. Wakrick.
Jf. I. & I TIP NO IV,
FIRE INSURANCE CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMKKICAN KXI'llEMS CO.,
WELLS, FA1CUO & CO. EXTKES.S.
Office In Kockuood hlock,
rlth JoIhihoii tiro
Secure tl'in at t)i;
Plattsmouth Herald Office
For Tli Japanca Tarn Party.
Tonight the ladies of the Presbyterian
church give their novel, unique and ev
ery way interesting entertainment which
they denominate a Japanese tea party.
The B. fc M. band furnish the music for
the evening and every preparation is
completed. Among the attractions will
be the art gallery, the Japcnse lady from
a distance. The old woui.in that lived iu
a snoe ana otner important personages.
The partakers of supper each arc pre
sented with a Japenese cup aud suueer
and every one will have a good time.
Admission 10c. Supper 35c.
As furnished officially to the
The river at noon today, sto d 7 ft.
above low water mark, showhig
a ran ot 4 in. since noon yesterday.
Tlie ouly first class barber shop aud
bath rooms iu the city at Joe Kords,
under Carruth block. d&wtf
A doiiable house and K.t with! three
blocks of busiuess. Very clievp. En
quire ot Sullivan & Wooley. a22-lw
Troy City Laundry.
Now Located on
W B. BIJOWS, Proprietor.
Transient Work solicited
riiankliiK my patron lor past favors, I soli
cit further work.
Remember the placa. Mookeuhaup house.
BOYD & LAESEN,
Contractors and Builders-
win give estimates on all kinds of work. Any
uiu-m icii iiik i.umniT x araa or .rosl
O.llca will receive proniot attention
Heavy Truss Framing,
for bams and large buildings a specialty.
ror icleience epply to J. p. Ynunor. J. V. M tu-
haeh or 11. a. Waterman & Son. d w
A FINE LOT OK
MACKEREL, LAWIADOHE HERRING, TKOUT, WILD WAVE
COD FISH, Ajso a choice lot of
LEMONS uSlITU OEAI3CES,
We have a Duo utock of
eaawB family groceries,
Fancy .'Brands of
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FLOUR.
I have In utock a fine Unit of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
&c. All our goods are new and frrti.
Will Exchange lor Conntry Produce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Eaei.
Ts'cxt door to Court House, PlatUmouth, Neb,
iid&52w3m M Bm MURF HY & CO.
Landrail's gntt Others Garaeu Seed
A line line ot bulk seeds com prison
all kiDils of garden seeds, the largeat
jine ever before kept we hr:vt in t!ic mar
ket this apring. Before Imvin.' vegeta
ble seeds f any kin eii; e us.
w2t&d St a w Li. V. .Mathews.
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
; Carriage Painter,
Graining Olazinjr, Paper Hamflng,
Art is imture passed through the
Alembato of man. Kinersop.
Geo. Gray bill, teacher ol a ' tlior
ough and practical system of physi
cal and vooal culture.and exnr ssion
by voice and action.
Children s classes, advanced class
es, Spakespeare or Milton classes,
private classes, public and parlor
readings at reasonable rates. Offico
at the Perkins house.
lave orders at W arrtck's. Plattsmouth. J eb.
FIXED ON ROOM,
FIXED OX LOCATION,
FIXED ON GOODS.
FIXED ON FITS,
FIXED ON STYLES,
FIXED ON PlilCES,
and we can fix vou to vour gatia-
Uetwecn the post office and Dovey's
store, a black kid glove for the right j
nana. 1 tie nnder will greatly oblige by
leaving the same at Hatt & Co.'s batcher i
A new Hue of fine dress mxxls
sistiug of the latest styles
jnst received at Weckbach V
Tlie through line for Denver
If you have anything you want sold and the Mountains, and all points
auction call on Joe Ford. d&wtf 1
Ladies, your special attention is called in Southern and Western Nebras'
to the new line of dress
received at Weckbach's.
oods just I r,r
Partit-s furnishing articles for the
Art Loan ;;re requested to fasten their
names and items of interest connect
ed with them to the article. It will
6ave the committee time and trouble.
AU articles will be well cared for and
returned after the exhibition.
Second Annual Commencement of the
Omaha Medical College.
Thesecond annual commencement
of the Omaha Medical Coll era was
Persons calling for the above will J held in Boyd's opera house yeaserday,
Vanderburg Lydia Vians Mrs It
please say "Advertised."
J. W. MARSHAL!.. P. M.
BEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
H. B Lewis to F. . Baldwin, n n
e U 18-12-9, w d $3,340.
Creighton Maynard to Jedidah May
nard, lot 10, block 12, Thompson's add.
Plaltfimouth, w d $10.
o so., caapman aud wife to G. E. &
ear, j-e. ".Vinterstien. and AVilea. w- J iot oiock 133. citj. and
T:use aro very impor ant posiltonst lots 1 and2 b,ock s0 Young & Hayes'
and care should be takfcr. to aaa- w a 8500,
Our petile should bear in mind the
election of three school directors for
the city d?s:;ict at the coming city
election. Tne three W's go out this
good men who have the interests of,
our city schools at heart.
J. T. A. Hoover and wifn tn Jnlm
Stickleberg, lot 610, Louisville, w d
iub is plenty or lime yet to call a
special meeting of the city council.
and get a quorum together too, and
and was attended by between 400 and
500 of the friends of the graduates
and citizens of Omaha. It is a Ne
braska institution and one of which
she can justly boast. The following
from the Omaha Bee is an interesting
account of the exercises -and descrip
tion of the college;
It was a gaslight reception and the
general appearance of 'things as weli
as the nature of the exercises was very
In addition to the members of th?
graduating class the stage was occu
piea oy tbe faculty, consisting a- : .
Robert R. Livingaton, president,
Plattsmouth; George B. Areg, secre
tary, Omaha; Victor II." Coffin.
Eastern Connections at
ie. Hats anil cans,
Trunks and Va-
One nricn nnrl
tuuugu iu pay tor tnem, now I will
no moiiRey bust- SStSra
Law and collcciiou buaineNS promp
tly attended to at this olHco and pro
ceeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to ou short no
tice aud (satisfaction guaranteed.
If there la any thing we do make a
specialty of, it is city and suburban
real estate. Several fine farina and
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a homo by paying month
ly what they now pay lor house rent.
Space forbids giving but a small
percentage of the bargains now on that,
books at this agency; we name tht
Six choice half acre lots, 8 minutes
from IL H. shops, at from $80 to $160
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say ho did not own
a house. Come and see, you are not
compelled to buy and we wontf give
these lots away, but you can get them
so they will absolutely cost you nothing.
Five acre lot j mile from city far
$250 part on time,
Jueven acre lot J mi ft
for $060 this is extra Hue.
I have three pieces of outsido prop
erty which I can sell and under
take to furnish Durchaaer ..rir
euuugu io pay tor them, now
lee ! Ice ! lee !
XT il .
is me ii mo ro contract lor your
summer a supply of ice. Bed rock prices pT A rpimPTurnTTrnTT
prompt delivery and superior quality of LJ AwHfiVU 1A,
ice, nrsi come nrsr served oy tne new ice
the c ; "
('.- r i i i I 1
fc HI I I.
re at this
Bennett & Lewis have taken the
.jf iui uou xieiscnman's compressed
veai aaa win receive it tresli twice each
week. This is the best yeast in the mar
ket. Call and get a sample package
free. j t
for all points
ber the place,
C. E. WESCOTT,
The only "Boss" Clothier.
. Y. II. Shafer to P. L. Wise, 53-1000 Omaliar Samuel D. Mcrctr, 0;a iha : l
of an acre in 12-12-18, w d S10 SLeiaenring, Omah i : .'iicubC Ijuise.
S. N. Merriam and wife to Richard S.LHS!!?1 ' 'A
v . . ... I TlUetain if a .. v. jioiiicjiie, a ui..ui.;u. 11. l'et-
iurnisn io tne citizens ana tax payers 1 u i. uiock si, A'iatts- ftles, David City; II. P. Malhewaon.
of Plattsmouth an itemized statement I moutu w d 855. Lincoln ; Donald Macrae, Council
of the financial condition of the city i J-Jennings to W. H. Cushing, Bluffs, -Iowa; W. S. Gibb.-. OmalLi;
T.PliHh9v:.n;;.1n 105 2. block 99. Plattamouth fltfl-. v,.i. uw uUinH; joun U
rely upon what the uewepapers Just I Graves and. wife to Henry
pick up. It is due to the citizens that Ual, Iot3 J 2 7 and 8 blot 50, Weep-
We SHVejusit recoive.l another invoice
of v.all paper. Don't fail to see our
stock before buying elsewhere.
,22d3t AVn.r, j. YTAitsioK.
Peck 'a i!ad Koy.
d in book form al Warrick's.
thi3 should be done.
Au accident happened at the shopt this
forenoon, in which Fred Kline got his
jaw terribly mangled up. The smoke
stack iu connection with the brass foun
dry hail leen placed in position and an
chored, and the men were engaged in
removing the scaffolding, etc., sad Mr.
Kline was holding down one end of wha
they call the "jim pole" when the guys
gave way and the pale came down throw
ing Lini against the base of the furnace
He is a hard working man, always ready
and willing and we hope his injuries
miy not prove so serious as they at tirst
ing Water, w d $300.
C. B. & Q. R. R. Co. to John T.
Kunz, s w ft 9-10-10. w d 81.708.S.
E. T. Smith and wife to B." C. Mar-
quardt,lotS, block 32, Avoca. w d
8350. . ;
John N. Peters and wifeto T. J
Penny, n e U 13-13-9, w "d 83.900. '
Patrick McCallan and wife to Pat
rick Campbell, lot 8, block CiV Platts
mouth, q c d 130. " .
James 1 Carter. Ottumwa : ' John
Cowin, professor of medical inrisnrn-
dence, Omaha: Werner Hemste,!
n . - -
THE MUSICAL UNION ORCHESTRA
woo prcseni ana ennvenea tne occas
ion by some of their choisest music.
juumg q tne attractive char
acter of the exercises. Their program.
wuivu was iniersperced throughout
ine exercises, consisted of the follow
ing pieces: -.,
y t ci mi c -uK a i uavalry" Sudim
Lecture "Bohemian tilrV'
Overture "Fra OUvois". Aulir
- ... UVTC wiisiiuui".,.., Catlin
J? Ollowing the overture prayer" was
offered by. Rev. A. F. Sherrin nr ,-
Congregational church, and then came
. For Sale or Trade
Two good cows, with calf. ' for
either fo.- Ptoci-hoQr (r fat cows,
quire at Jonathan llatt .t' C s.
House to Rent.
Inquire of Chaplain Wright.
Bouse to Kent.
rne of the best locations ?n
citj-. Inquire qf J. W. Jennings, dtf
Secure Yourself a
O ME !
Forty Acres laid off in City Lots,
in Palmer's Addition.
Mr. M. Connor, who has long been
one of the reliable men in the B. & M.
the company's best boiler makers clos-
. . . .riar isiriou th
The musical. . nr I. J V.1 "sW.or doctor
i . 7 -" r""p wa ivl laeuicine on me following graduates
attended with a select' and appreciative by Prof V. II. Coffman. M. l piresi-
uUjcuce. ine class as a whole Bbowi OU1' Ul tu" uura w "USiew:
splendid drill? .t-u I ??Uji O. A. Arbuckle
: ' & .v." uuum uein.w. w. Brothers
given the teacher for evident pains taken A-.SiHf.
and we must candidly confess our sur-1 t1- f IAy
prise at seeinir so well drill-J . IFCmliS1??
ships, and who is known as one . of which would do credit to'any city. j?wimkm.':!,.'.:
tne company soest Doner makers clos- Miss Kthel 3Iarslsnd's : rendition of Dr.Coffm.nn,
ed work with the company yesterday Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata showed K88 to the radts. congratulrtimr
, . . """" ui i F'um uuocepuon ana good execution 1 1 , ui iuo cisss on . Having:
mo ciij. jjoafc iiigiii. -a uumuer or nis ana with proper perseverance and atnVl I wuls ana giving them
associates and friends presented Lim will make-, ood pianist i J v " 7 1! "5elIent adrice for i'"tur
with an elegant ring with amethyst Singing by Misses MoiPhyV;HoimeB Following the conferring of diplol
setting and diamond set in the center and others was also worthy of particular M. .P. S. Lelsenring, who. 3
of the amethyst. The ring is one most mention. In fact the iotlrVi. cnairn of the committee of arranse-
ueauiuui arm vaiuauie, ana Mr, con-l serves a more extended nnil .. .1 T.. "7a ''""wu en mem-
- ADJOnttKO THE
B. & JT. RAILROAD SHOPS,
Just outside the City limits, and not sub
ject to city Taxes.
2KS JINE RESIDENT LOTS
. li ui la. u
".DeiverTCoL Wh"C. ? man' f r "7 other can
uiuuci imuer nisown root and
not cold grub from a dinner pail
in the dusty, smoky shops.
Only three to ten minutes' walk
from his work. Call on
nor expresses maDy thanks to the gen- have time and space to give them
eroits donors for the remembrsjice.
we ber of the class with a handsome bo-
n-Dr. Donald MeCrae. of Council
Bluffs, then delivered the raledJctory
JAS, 8. MATHEWS,
Att'f at Law and Real Estate Ai?ent.
Over Baker's Store, will make terms to salt
On time.ar for Casho men that will build
N 9 -Zrts v ftir Speculators
East, North and Scuth
and al intermediate Tuiints
P. S. EUSTI.S
G. W. IIoLDiiHuE, Gen. Pas. Ag't,
Geu'l Supt. 0;na!ia. Om ha
For Sale !
N E I, Sec. 3, T. 12, II. 13.
S E Sec. 3, T. 12, Ji. 13.
o. v. I, bee. 3, T. 12, li. 13.
and N N. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, R
E S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, 11.
E Lot 10, Block 28.
" 7 fe 9,
The above described farms
for sale on long time, with 7 per
cent, interest- Aimlv t
11. B. WINDHAM,
d9tf riattsinoatli. Neb.
A Sqnare Meal
s ... .
an ue nau at the Uity Hotel for onlv
" u luviyini; a i sanie reasonable
i atas.. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this in mind. d&wtf.
Plattsmouth, N eb
can't do the work corao and see tue, I
may find some one who will do It lor
Ten acres for f 500 00
" " " 600 00
" " 750 00
' oenn nn
Several small tracts well improved
and adjoining the city, for sale at
FA KM LANDS,
40 acres, wild $ 600 00
&0 " improy'd 1600 00
120 " 2000 00
JC0 " ' 5ooo 00
200 6200 00
240 " " 6000 00
I meat stock larm iu Caa county
1COOO, long time and !ow rate ol in
160 acres, wild
160 acres, wild, Rep. V'j (cash) $1000
Cor. lot 3 bl'k.
O cur m A WJ
3 cor 2
2 " X. 6th street (tiu. rift
J " r;....:.. rr:n x - ZTT
- nu; mil 200
i t asniugton ove" 30
1 " " 1 bl'k from Main fct extra 400
Improved city real e.tato "iu abuu
darce. I can find what you want in
this line if you will call and see me.
Lusiucss houses and Infi ft f sal.
..i. i r --v
ai. uiucu lower ngure' llian
asked six mouths hence.
S5tore and dwelling- r. n i r..
rent, rents promptly roiUcted
, It you don't ave what yo.i want in
this column come and nk tor it. I've
6 to l'iU L S eV' ' from
;ood new huse and Uo Hue lols -in
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l'k from shops (cheapJilOO
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Home-made and Wh rr ntrd
MEALS AND LUNCH
at all hours.
Oysters night or daj at the
F IEEE CB 2ST
Next to Weckbaehs store
JAMES AN TIL, Preprleitr
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