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PliATTSMOUTIl, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY lO, 1888.
survY oKFiGJUis. MEG'S GOOD LUCK.
J'olicn Jude, -Marshall,
Councilman, 1st ward,
Jamkh Pattkkhon, jk.
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V II Ma lick
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I A HAMHBUICV
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I S V DlTTON
I ('UN I I'COS.NIlB.
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W Johns in.Ciiaimman
LEAP YEAR STORY.
11T ELLIS M. CUKKE.
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Ileumy Treasurer, -
llneonler of Deeds
Clerk I District Cojrt,
.5 Pub. School,
. .. . - l'lattsniouth
Z rt:X iL - Weeping Water
A. 15. Dl-KSoN,
D. A. CAMI'ltELL
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John M. Lkvoa
V. C. SHOWA1.TKK
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1ASH UIWiB WO
I ... i.t,ii,if of each wri'k. All
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attend. . .
ILATIMOITH KNCAM'MKNT No 3
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Brother are Invited to attend.
it v niffK everv lineman.- -
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i Vv. rV iittoi nit Kr'day evening at K. of I
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jack liaugherty, li.side timirO.
ilVS CVMl' N (.:.'. MODERN WOODMEN
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wnnhv Adviser; S. C. Wilde. Hanker; . A.
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ern are coraiauy hihcu w - -----
J. G. Richey, W
Wm. Mats. Seiretary
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v'm. Hays. Secretary.
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Junior " "
Oflleerof the Day.
.7 V.'. Scr't Major.
..(Quarter Miis'cr Serj;t.
..; Post Chaidaiu
WHEN YOU WAHT
Mr. Plainfolk's tonc-a were plain
ly suggestive of iruscubility.
The response wns timUl and apprelien-
siv;e, l ue speaKers were uncie anu ueicu,
an adoutetl dauliter.
"There's ant to he a we.Ulint; or or
there'll he a thundering sudden vacancy
about this house," roared the old man.
'A a vacancy, uncle ; I don t under
'Well, vou will understand, if that
vouncr Dewd don't 'represent' pretty sud
ilf.nl v. Ain't he here two-thirds of his
time ? Kcatl ! hasn lie taken up per
manent quarters her ? And -what's he
. - - 1 t 1 . . IV 1... 1
comin lor f uourim . noes ne umcu-
culate tQ tro on spaiktu and uurnin my
coal and wearin' out my furniture the
rest of his natural life t I tell you tner s
f-ot to be business done, lies a good
cnou"h sort for a husband if he ever does
intend to trive the parson a chance but
there's trot to be some propositi done to-
. . , . .1 .....I.
night. INow you near me. vnii wuu
thfs ultimatum the irate old gentleman
rushed from the room.
Metr proceeded to dissolve herself to
tears, until a Happy Uioagm c.iucKeu ine
impending dissolution it was Leap
T T '
'Well," said Mr.l'lainfolks laconically.
It was at the breakfast table.
"We're, that is Charley and I we're
to le married next week," stammered Meg
tliroiifrh tier blushes.
ftood eracious ! You don't
meau that that youn"; noodles scared up
spunk enough to ask'yc '.' ejaculated Mr.
"Xo Uncle, lie I we well. I pop
ped," said Me2 in great con fusi&rs.
"Hurray 1 Vou're f brick. I'll buy
you a vedding outfit, vny a," declared
the delighted old ninn, as he bestowed a
rousing kls on the blushing girl.
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One week after the wedding Mr. Plain-
folks summoned the young couple into
"Charles' said he, "now wouut you
like to follow Horace Grcely s advice,
and with Nebraska for a battle ground.
make your fortune In the. great west ?
Charles replied that He was open to a
proposition that possessed the rtqusite
Well," continued the old man, "I yc
got a considerable landed property m
Nebraska, in Cass county, in the shape of
" . I 1
a stocK iann or two, ana some ricu uoi-
tom farms, and I have been wanting to
send sorio om out hce as resident man
ager. Now 4 H veil you what 1 11 do; it
you will accept that position, I'll locate
you and Meg, In one of the towns adja
cent, in fact, in a veritable little gem of
an embryo city, Plattsmouth, and tit you
up in housekeeping, to star: v.'Km-'-5
"What sort 0 a iownis Plattsmouth ?"
enquired Charles, wisely non committal
until he learned more concerning his pos
sible future home.
PlaUsniouth? It's one of the bright
est prettiest and most promising little
cities in all the wonderful west!" de
clared Plainfolks enthusiastically. "Topo
graphically it is a datsj, Sue- tnere is
every variety cf landscape to be enjoyed
from its doors. Nestling like a gem on
the slopes of a noble headland that swells
out into a vast plateau, at its feet rolls a
magestic stream, the imgnty Missouri,
tliat winds away in grand curves till it is
nf r.,Ai.tml annHcrlih 5n the
mw J . I IOSI, U Mitt" 11 i'---
OOnf fStCtOr ailU oUllUCr distance. Like the famous Hills of
lfnme. PlattSmOUIll lias us seven tum-
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
trii'l an 1
imBn..-i!i cvutra'.-S'- l.otis.
Kir- Assoela'i in-Phihtdelidiia,
Irs. C. of Xortli America, Phil
Llverpjvd.VLondoii & Uotie-Kna
SjortU British Mercantila-Ka
Syiinjeld F. M.-Sprinffield,
Lises Aujnslal snl Paid atftisAgency
P -rsonal attention
to my care.
to all Buaiueea Entrust-
XOTAUY IX OKFICR.
Title Kxamlned. Ahstarct Compiled. In
surance Written. Kenl Estate boid,
Better Facilities for making Farm I)an than
Any Othei? Ageacy.
mending eminences, on which are reared
as magnificent homes as wealth and taste
"An.l it is aa enierprislnsr, progressive
ftv ai it is beautitul, resumed
ihA nbl man. "It is a very home of cul
ture. moralitv and intelligence, tuougti
" -w . 1 t 1 A.
mioct in PYtpnt. it is a I1UU1CUS UUOUL
l.if h as I verilv belive, will in a few
Years be gathered a teeming mart of trade
and the nappy nomes ut niugsa,Kia .
prosperous tradesmen nnu. mevusuna.
"Dracticallv. there ia a glorious prom
ise for plattsmouth. It's location is sure
ly to nromote the healthful
,trnwt1i of enterprise. Surrounding it
q Mnnirii fair and fertile as any the sun
vjv... niMin: esneciallv for
stock and agricultural purposes. Then
i'na ill UnrU that ciown the valleys there
could be no better ranges desired. While
i, -enllovs themselves (and they are
1 ro riiJi in illuvial soil that
i... v made the fortunes of the
i.r were wise tnousiU to settle
among them. The soil, critically exam-
btr lenrnod analytic chemists, is
found to possess the same esseutiai ele
ments that so wonderfully feltilize the
productive lands of the Nile and of
China-lands where every square mile sup
ports two hundred souls.
"What are the market facilities? en
qire4 Charles with an eye to the prac
tlC"Excellent. Plattsmouth has the main
lines of the C. B. & Q- and the C. & M.
railroads with practically outlets to all
points of both systems. I don't know of
an internal city in Nebraska that pos
sesses quite so desirable advantages for
reaching all points of the compass by rail,
withouf being handicapped by contigu
ous little stations as are the cities imme
diately situated on trunk lines."
"What is Jhc character of her towns
They'tr the right sort. Plattsmouth
is fortunate. They've got push vim and
enterprise; they've got hospitality and
kindliness; they er not afraid to launch
their dollai a when either individual cn
terprise, or the good of the" community is
concerned. The smell of new lumber
and the aroma of green paint that fills
the atmosphere during the building sea
son speaks volums for the faitli the busi
ness men have in the luiure or tneir
"And society, religion, educational la-
cilties? I "
"As I said, the people arc intelligent
and moral; that means schools anil church
organizations. They've got as fine a
school building as yon will find in many
a day, and church edificies that will
compare with any in the state. There
are also a number ot flourishing secret
"lias the town a boom it"
"Not in the ordinary aeccption of the
term; there is a stir there, but no ficti
tious, artificial "boom." The town is not
ancient as among railroad towns, and is
naturally located just where a consider
able business point is needed, the country
is tilling up with an enterprising class of
people, and as a result, there is consider
able building, llonettly, I do not know
of a more promising place for a young
man like you, Chaile, possessed of mod
erate means, and an ambition to find
wealth, health and happiness all in one,
The town is young, healthy vigoious and
haa a grand future.".
"Well.- we'U go,-' was Charles' la
conic answer, having received a vigorous
affirmative nod from Meg in response to
a look of inquiry.
The bus from a morning train on the
C. 15. fc Q. road rolled up to the princi
pal hotel in Plattsmouth. the Plain
folks Dewd party had arrived, and un
rW thn miidancc of Mr. Plainfolks had
rnken imai'ters at the hmt Iipui?c.
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r. hort v after Ureal:. a,L a uunusume
ri-i a r rolled uiV to tlie hotcl "entrance
"T ordered ariif 'from the '.Bonner' stables,'
said-Plaiiifolks. '.'bepsuiie eycrybpdy else
in Plaiistnouih seeing to extend their pat
ronage tliat 'way." As M'g viewed the
stylish turnout, with the pranrittg herpes,
elaborate trappiutfa nod a neauy uie---
driver at tbe rein- e "brenthcd a 8
oa satisfaction and was quite rc:v.y to be
lieve her unelp w'vei $ Ueclared that the
"Bouyer'' stable' was one 'of the best out
fitteel liyery'est'ablifcliineuts in th.e yest.
"The three 'SV specif safety and style
is the cout-pf-arms of tii3 stable," ' s;vid
he to Charts. ''And if ever you want to
run to an off-railrqael, fwn in a hurry,"
continued, he, '-thid stable Is the place to
'Where to, sir?" asked the polite
driver, as the party entered the carriage.
The man looked askance at his charges
"Oil, I don't know," Uyhed Meg.
"We've lots to VsO and" "Then let's
buy loks'drst,'" suggested Charles without
turning a hair. The old man groaned.
"Take us to It. B. Windham's Heal Es
state office," he said." "This young
man," remarked he, as they tuiiereel the
noted land eschars-si, "has 'heard of the
f!imr o' iur "South Park" residence
)lace and woulel like to make a furtner
investigation as to the gep.cial attractive
ness of thr.t reality."
"All light." was the genial agents re-
)lv. "I could talk to you all day about
the beauties of that aelditi n. I will say
for those lots that they fa-e the finest
lvin?? lots in the city; they are shaded
with beautiful shade trees; oniy ten mm
utes walk from business centre- are more
accessable than any other addition lots
in the city; it is 'the only addition reached
bv two established avenues; the only
addition reached by water mams. It
is needless to say that Charles investeel
in "South Park."
"Now. we're ready for a cage for your
bird," remarked the old man, as the par-
ty repaired to the carriage. a ue hisl
thing in order is to buy the lumber and
building matenal. There 13 only one
place where they carry such a stock- -
everything except hardware sucnasyou
want to select fre m, and their prices run
below those of all competitors. Take us
t tl.P IT A. Waterman & bon yard.
Thev were whirled to this popular yard
in a trice, and Meg was soon enjoying
rpst in n comfortable chair wnue an ex
pert clerk was making a complete bill,
from sill to sliinsles, for the proposed
new residence. ii me 9Uf;SMu
Plainfolks Charles contracted with the
Watermans to keep him supplied with
"Vow for furniture." saiel Mr. Plain-
folks as they again entered the carriage
and deferentiall v asked Meg where they
should go. "Oh," says Meg, "there is
but one place where we 'could get that,
go to II. Bueck's. On alighting from
The carriage they were uheed into such
a bewildering display ot" everything in
the furniture line, that Meg was rcany
puzzleel to know how to select, but with
that abandon, begot with the knowledge
that "Uncle" foots the bill, she very
shrewdly selecteel a parlor suit, a perfect
little gem, with monogram on each pice
a bcelroom suit antique in style and fin
ish, that would of elone credit to old
antiquity herself, then marvels in dining
room, kitchen and uiiper chambers, with
r-nrtains. and pictures were ail included,
nn.l when Meir turneel to her uncle for
approval, the smile, coupled with an
acute strain on the purse strings, oe r
spread the old gentleman's countenance
wn ft stndv for an arist-
"A pretiy 'good start, ami the next
tl.ino- la aomcthinsr to cook with" de
clared the old uncle. "Driver, Johnson
R-rta' hardware store." Here Meg's
house, wifely instincts had full play in
marycls of kitchen apparatus. There is
not an establishment in the west thai
carries a merc comprehensive stock of
household furnishings. Every possible
article of kite hen furniture, from
stove to tin-elipprr is here in all styles
and variety. If Meg fails to perform
wonders in the culinary art it will not be
for fault of superior utensils. I lie
young couple, in addition to a "Garland"
btove, purchaseel a "Jewel" gasoline
stove, and a "Pel fection relngerator.
Charles also left a large order for build
ers hardware. Wh'le Meg was delighted
to linel that she could get a "Household"
sewing machine mere.
Something about Meg's pretty appear-
ance, now mat ins attention ua.i 01 tu
called to her personal adornment, sug-
tte'sted a thought to Plainfolks. Sur-
Veyillg Ills Iiepiiew criucuuy, ne. miauy
burst out: "it strikes me, young man,
that for a townsman, and one newly mar
ried, too, you are looking r-a-t-h-c-r
seedy; come along with me, bothot you;
we'll go down to J. 11. Donnelly s gents
furnishing house." In a very short time
indeed Charles was investing in the im
mense stock of fashionaM'" s:r i' ' s li -.t
covered the smivci, 01 mm i:.n-uMvnj
stocked establishment, and rinding stock
and prices irresistable he invested in a
complete outfitting of gents furnishing
'oods, from the latest style hat, to a do.-
en of the celebrated titty cent "Happy
Hit" shirts. This house is not to be un
dersold in Plattsmouth, and carries Ihe
tinekt grade or gr-CKts to be lound in the
H;is little incident over, me party
stepped on to the street ami telling the
elriver to fedlmv the hi, walked down
toward E. G. Dovey & fton s. "1 don t
know whether they have anything we
want or not," saul Mr. Plainfolks, with
a sly glance at Meg, "but I'll leave it to
your ingenuity to eliscover if they have."
Now the. fact, is that there is no better
rarely as gooel establishment in ihe west
than this ',X"' v.ara'm house. It" is lit
erally. ulcer rfe'plction with dry goods.
"They can supply you with anything,
from a tlarning needle t a silk dress.
This house j always to Uiti front with
the laiest fashions, largest stocks, firest
assortment and lowest pvlCfJ.1 ""I'1
Plainfolks wliUO they
the crowd to
himself to groceries am! vegitablcs. As
a rule he must eat meat, ami to locate the
man w ho keeps choice juicy steaks and
all kinds of game, etc., in season is quite
un undertaking, but Oliver fc Kamge's
meat market is that place. They .are
cheap and well stocked, com ttoiis and
reliable, and combines quantity and qual
ity for t lie money. This popular shop
was visited of course and a pleasant chat
indulged in. The young couple was
well please-d with the neatness and com
pleteness of the establishment, and will
be profitable customers.
"Oh, I want a family bible, uncle,"
suddenly declared Meg, and str ight way
her uncle was piloting the couple to J. P.
Voting's establishment, "lie has the big
gest and best stock of goods in this line."
said PlainTolks, "in the town." The old
man's statement was verified, as Meg
afterwards declared. Not only a bible,
and a hanelsomc album did Meg receive
here, but a big order for fine pictures ami
house decorations was made as well.
Charles also purchaseel a supply of blank
books, and Plainfolks wickedly crimson
eel Meg's pretty face by a facetious sug-.r-st
'i i". ' '! r nv-S- ;. -"' :''t e . 1 1:
purchase of school books, fslie recovered
from her confusion, however, when she
dsscovcrcd that Mr. Young is agent for
the Clough & Warren organ and emphat
ically declared that he "''never could
know she vi d housekeeping, or had a
home without one of those superior in
struments in her parlor." Straight way
Plainfolks gave at. order for one of the
As they walked up the street, railing
at Meg a little about the extent of her
wants. Plainfolks suddenly made a dive
into a hanilsome store room, and called
to the others to follow. "Here's Will J.
Warrick," he said, "and I know he". g't
something you ought tu lae.'1 The
jolly proprietor o.i the popular elrug store
saw at ooce that the he-allhy and happy
looking party were not after drugs, or
medicines, so he led ike way at once to
the notit-ii counter which furnished them
many a rieedeel and useful arliele '"'.'jet
soaps, brushes f(?r jU'j;h, hw .'
superb taikt c-. -(i;iien iin(1 a ,.tauty
01 a . . - ,. ,e ., 1..11 ;
Ileal Estate Bargains
EXAMINE OUH MST.
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un out a little. So it is
oeyond our spare to record the purchases
ta grl tnade, In the line of dress
gooels ami ladies' furnishing alone her
orelers would suffice to stock a moelest
store t'ooni; but then who can resists the
prices that rule for on? and all at Dovey 'a
"One of the most important auxiliaries
to a happy household, "continued Plain
folks, while Meg was selecting her finery,
"is a well supplied larder. Thcre't bliss
in gooel housekeeping, my tlear, ar.d you
want to make it a point to always buy
the best groceries anel provisions. Now
I rccev.ir.ue-nd that you select one grocery
establishment, and stick to it, and there's
none better than the house of Dovey and
Son. You'll always find it full stocked
with eve-rv possible thinsr in the line of
staple and fancy groceries, fresh anel
first-class no shelf-worn goods thre
and in prices they are way down to brass
tacks. 10U see they are careful dealers,
never make bad debts yem know, anil can
afford closer profits. Try them and you'll
be SMtislieel. Anil as you havent bought
vnnr dishes vet vou can't do better than
j - -
to buy right here."
Well, you can imagine what an array
tif tnlilewnrfi a real smart mil. with un
limited powers tf purchase, and an artis
tic eve. could supply herself with in Do
vey s big Queensware stocK. 1 here isn 1,
positively, a thing in that line, intended
. - , r 1
for use in any possible part 01 a nouse,
ihnt i-nnnot be had at Dovev's. and that
o-irl cent 'em. too.
c-.-o ' . .. .-1 ...... il
'Arwl nnw lTnPlC Said MCST. ruiuei
insinuatinsrlv. "1 have got eyer so many
thrtr. I want, but I elon't know
what gooel spring elresses will elo me, un
less T have hats and bonnets to match.'
IIpf uncle took the hint, and in a few
minutes was introducing her to Mrs. J.
P. Johnson, an establishment that has,
by the exquisite taste, liberal dealing and
w-el 1 sel C cted stock, firmly establisheel
itself as a leader. Very considerately the
frpntlemen left Mcir reveling in realms 01
bliss oyer one of tha most elegant stoc ks
,.r .,;iiimrv west of bt. louis, ann
if over n feminine soul tS? delighted and
satisfied in the possession of a bewitching
array of stylish bonnets and hats, for all
purposes, her's was straight way. There's
no teliins what she didn't buy. We
leave it to the feminine imagination as to
tvl.nl ,1 smart woman with unlimited
means would do.
limit this time the watchful old uncle
observed that Meg was showing signs of
r., an! hp RinroTsted a resort to 11. e
nniiulir ice-cream parlors of J. P. Antill
Here they were shortly regaling them-
at A x'cts nn fit lieinns draughts of summer
rl.i.a-s that would delight epicurean
o.-l rnniiia ns delicious as the
nnMarcon flrpfims of the Goits. 1 11 be
era in ppinpmlipr "Antill's." declared
Me", whenever I feel like enjoying a ele
"TIkkp "Saratoira drinks,' eleciareei
she, "are the most delightful of anything
I ever drank. What are they compounei-
ed of?" "Oh." laughed riainioiKs,
"that's a valuable secret, and Anrni is
from 1L Y Ai see he
mVi t.-.-or ot these drinks: "Saratoga,
"Boston" "Lincoln" and "Garfield," and
each i3 as superbly delicious as the other.
Tk ro irnrinnelv iirpiiared with rare
i .1. , ... V- , ... .w J I - I
ami rlmirp fruits, and the fash-
LVi emtio v v "
ionabl3 tinnle or the day By the way,
nrlrlrd. "when you buy taffy, rcmem
ber Antil makes the best."
"nil thres Oliver & Ramg'i's biff
pitrn."'eiaculatcd Plainfolks, "and I'll
take von in there. For as long as a man
Iiytaq Via must pat. but he can't confine
..cr- set for himself, an
. . . -1
not in Gath. but this is a veracious reconi
an exquisitely put up package ot nice
powder was filled with the order. I he
young couple also critically examined
the magnificent stock of wall paper ceil-
decorations, and house furnishings ti.ai
handled bv the establishment mm
wisely concluded that they could no
where so well satisfy their aesthetis taste
as right there. An order lor paints anil
oils was given.
"What a lovely supper. rjin-uwuu
ii 1. t-n, 1 i-n v in trout 01
show window. "Yes," said Plainfolks
IVfpr Merrres' boot and shoe stock can 1
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L I11.nl niivwhcre lor styic or e.o
ri.n-,r, nn.l look- it over'' It might
have 1cen policy not to have extended
frlio inritnlinn. for before that girl h:id
lsff iw. tf,i,.n nn order contuininir me
- rn. f nt' 0 1- V fhinrr in the line of foot
1(11' ', . v..j r- -
wr..ir fmm n. lovelv satin slipper to a su
perb walking boot, had fallen trom ner
i;.a TCn woman or male either for
that matter can resist, the styles and
prices at Merges. While Meg was htting
nn evonisite shoe to a still more exquisite
f.ini- Plainfolks. alter a critical oii;rH-
tion of his nephew s nether extremities,
remarked: "Young man you really need
an outfitting here, and if you want some
v,;v.rr i ii.it nwfiv mi iNo. one wnn a
nolish on it. Merges is the man to buy ot,
In prices, elegance of style, and durabil
itv of yoods. he can't be equaled."
1 . -l t .i 1 ....
"By the way Uncie, said wnauey, us
Mipv nroceeded down the walk, "who
j 1 . 11 1 .,.1.
pn von recommend as a "oou oiai t-
smith? I am very particular as to who
handles mv mare kitty, you know.
"Jess so. 1 ou want no botcner auoui
her feet." declared the old man. "There
only one first class horse shoer but
hw firt.riiiss in own. and mats. J.
M. Schncllbacher. He is a number one
blaskstnith all through, too, and the very
one for you to give your repairing, and
psneciallv vour plow work. I can vouch
for him as the man to eio your nnc snoe-
ing ou Kitty. And furthermore, mere
isn't unless it is a rail road coach a
possible thing in the way of a vehicle
that runs on wheels and hangs on springs
that he doesn't make, and makes it first-
,.lt; 11 to stvle durability, and finish.
"And now. mr voting lady, said in
to Me" "vou may let the driver lake you
back to the hotel. I want to take Char
lev ilnwn nn a little visit to if friend of
"I want you to get acquainted with
Wm Weber." exnlained the old man, as
Meet disappeared. "I know you appre
ciate a glass of good beer, when it can be
taken in a neat, orderly place, and un
friend Weber's -Elkhorn' establishment
is that place of a thousand."
"Uncle," said Meg, with a pout, when
the gentlemen rejoined her, "where did
you go when vou left me f Did you
leave another order ? '
"An oreler oh yes, you want to read
the news every day, and I left an order
for Thk TTnn.vi.n. the paper we saw in
every place we visited."
"Oh. uncle ho.- kind of you,"she siid
"You have left out nothing that we shall
"Only one thinir." replied Mr. Plain
foil "nd s TJoeck ahvava has a fine
:inc of them vou can get one when you
need it, and I will-pay for the finest on
"Why, what is that V asked Meg. her
curiosity arouscel to know what had been
"Well, its a baby carriage, and" but
21 lots in Thompson's addition.
40 lots in Townsend's addition.
Lot 10 block HIM, lot r, block lfi-1.
Lot 1 block (J, lot (i block U5.
Lot 11, block lit, lot8, block 01.
LOTS IN X'Ol NO AXli IIAVh' ADDITION.
Lots In Palmer's addition.
Lots in Duke's addition.
Improved property of dl descriptions
and in ail parts o tlJ(; city on easy terms.
hew and desirable residence in
South Park, can be bought on mommy
Before purchasing lsevh( re, call and
see if we cannot suit you better.
5 acres of improved ground north of
the city limits.
acres of ground ad joining South
acres of ground adjoining South
11 acres of ground adjoining South
20 acres near South Park: Se sec.
14, T. 10, II. 12, Cass county, price
800, if sole! soon.
nw i sec. 8, T. 12, M. 10, Cass Co.,
A valuable improyed stock fram in
Merrick Co., Neb., 100 acres and on
Windham & Davies.
Consult your lest interests by insuring
in the Pher-nix, Hartford or .rtOtna com-
. . a.
panics, about w hich mere is no question
to their high standing and fair
The present year bids fair to be a dis
astrous one from tornadoes snd wind
storms. This is fore-shaelowed by tne
number of storms we haye already had
the most destructive one so far this year
having occurred at Mt. Vernon, 111.,
where a large number of buildings were
destroyed or damaged. The exemption
from tornadoes last year renders their oc
currence more probable in 1&S8.
Call at our office and secure a Tor
Unimproved lands for sale
Send your jo'w work to the TIekald
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