Closing out sale on dress goods at Nichloes[sic] store.
Remember the secret voting. No one knows how you are voting and it is absolutely fair for all.
Amos McNamees car load of sheep graduated from the pasture and he took them to South Omaha market yesterday afternoon.
W.B. Stanton came in from South Dakota yesterday forenoon to spend a few days visiting with his numerous Union friends.
Charles Anderson and wife are the proud parents of a fine new daughter, born yesterday morning. Charley says Santa Claus need not stop at his home, as he has already secured his present.
Remember the dress goods sale at Nichlos[sic] store.
M.D. Pollard is a new addition to The Ledger list.
J.R. Dysart was a Friday evening passenger to Omaha.
Miss Lottie Wunderlich spent Sunday with her parents at Nehawka.
Senator W.B. Banning was in Omaha, Monday transacting business of great importance.
L.R. Upton, the hardware dealer, was a business passenger to Omaha last Friday evening.
NOTICE: - After Jan. 1 I will charge 10c per load for weighing on my scales. JOHN CHAPPELL.
Mrs. John Everett returned to her home at Avoca Sunday, after a visit with Union relatives and friends.
Mrs. John Lidgett, Mrs. Jesse Dysart and Dan Lynn were passengers to Omaha on the early train last Saturday.
Bert Clarence of Hartington, departed for his home last Friday evening, after several days visit with Union relatives and friends.
Mrs. Simon Gruber, R.D. Stine and wife, Mrs. Peter Clarence, and son Lester, Leona Gruber and Simon Gruber were Nebraska City visitors Saturday.
Mrs. E.O. Barker and son Arthur, of Dorchester, departed for their home last Saturday, after a few days visit with the formers brothers, the Hathaway boys.
J.M. Stone of Nehawka, and son Lester, changed cars here Saturday, going to Nebraska City. We are very glad to report that Lester is recovering nicely from his recent operation.
Wednesday passengers to Nebraska City were Frank Boggs and wife, Will McCarroll and wife, Jesse Pell and wife, Mrs. A.L. Becker, Mrs. Charles Woodard, Miss Elsie Taylor and N.C. Delles Dernier.
In looking over the appointments of Governor-elect Aldrich we notice that Mont Robb has been appointed steward of the penitentiary at Lincoln. Mr. Robb is a true republican and is well qualified and deserves the appointment. Congratulations, Mont.
Gilbert M. the two months old son of Eli M. Smith and wife, died at the home east of here last Friday. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Mt. Hope church, conducted by Rev. W.A. Taylor.
Mrs. Emery Hathaway returned Saturday from a visit with relatives at Nehawka.
Mrs. James Niday and children were among the Saturday visitors in Nebraska City.
John Chappell and Matt Wolfe were visitors in Plattsmouth yesterday forenoon.
Remember our laundry basket goes every Thursday to the Nebraska City laundry. C.W. CLARK.
William Stotler, one of our old friends, went to Omaha Tuesday evening to have his eyes treated by a specialist.
James Atwell of Omaha changed cars here last Saturday on his way home from Weeping Water, where he had been to transact business.
Harry Graves is making The Ledger better looking every week. News-Herald. Thanks, brother Pribble, we can say the same of the News-Herald.
R.M. Taylor and wife, Sant[sic] Gifford and wife, Mrs. W.L. Taylor and two sons, Mrs. G.S. Upton, W.H. Mark, Wm. Craig and wife were visitors in Nebraska City on Tuesday.
Yesterday forenoon passengers to Nebraska City were Dave Pickering and wife, Mrs. O.T. Davis, Mrs. R.E. Davis, Mrs. W.A. Taylor, Cora Hathaway, Leona Taylor, Charley Swan, Joe Banning and Winfield Swan.