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PLATTSMOUTH. MAUCII li. 1883
Last Friday evening ye local and
a friend went out to the Pleasant View
Literary Society, three miles south of
riuttstnuutu. Whije there we listened
to the following program, which, char
acteristic of Mich entertainments in
the country, was entered into with
fpiiit by all. The species in the de
bate were unexcentionably good, and
after an hour's argument the decision
of the judges whs called for. which re
sulted in two for the urtUruative and
one for th negntive. We also give the
program for to-morow evening, as fol
lows: Debate Kesolvetl, That the signs of
(1 times betoken the . downfall of tliv
American ItrjMiblie. Affirmative D.
W. Curtis. Frank D.nni. Negative A.
IJose, Will Porter. Decision .rendered
in favor of affirmative.
D-elamttin Hen llorniog. Frank
Select Heading Ella Cole, Olive
Homing, U'jil I'urier.
Pai r D. W. Curtis, Will Porter.
IJ. Ilon.ing "The Geography De
mon.' F. Doinl Extract from Seott's Lady
of the L ike.
Ktla C'ir-"IV Miner's Death."
Olive Ilorninir "Mr. Fogg's Story.
V.' Porter "On the Sea.'
T.e piog;aui fur M.ticii 17, 1S8J:
Q;iet.tion for debate "Iletolvt d, that
the mind of man is superior to that of
woman." Affirmative Will Sampson,
S i;o. (jrtptti, ill Porter, . Spanker.
Neitiw -Frank Doiul, John Horn
i tf. p. W. Curtis, fien. S' nv!er.
1 cluui-Hi-i.s- John Unrniui;. 1'ivil.
Stuiisuii. S.au. Gtpeu, Olive Ilornimr.
Kele:t Heading Alicp Sampson. D
"V7. Curt if, I.;?z'e Spjit k' r-
"Lsa3 Frank Duud, D. W. Curtis.
The following Marriage Licenses
have been issued since March Cth, '82
Mi.Georg Melvin to Mis Laura
Sh iw. of Tipton precinct, March Cth.
Mr. Charles T?. Troop to Mis J. A
Yonne, of Mt. Pleasant Precinct
Mr. U. Savdeetz to Miss A. Ilolloway
of Plattsmouth. March llth.
Mr. IJei.j iiniii I. Hose to Miss Eliz
aV:!i A. Kuhn, of Weeping Water.
Mr. Geo. E. Dovey to Mis Margaret
A. Dawson, of Plattsmouth, March
Mr. George II. Carmer to Miss Jen
nie t. Peltit of I'lattttnouih, March
Owing to the shortness of lielp in
the office an article on our city piisou
eis is crowded out this week.
Ciites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House. Plattsmouth, Neb. 5tCic
Last Tuesday evenirg being the
night for Fire meeting the
company met in regular session
After the regular order of business had
been gone through with, Mr. Schnell
bacher informed the Company that the
Water Witch was shipped March 6th
and would probably be here the last of
the week. A comnittee of arrange
ments was also appointed to get up a
ball, directly aftr Lent. The Com
pany then adjourned subject to the
call of th Chief, and there will prob
ably be a meeting either Saturday or
Monday evening, when every member
of the Fire Department should be
SI EC I A j X OTI C KS j
New Tailoring Establishment.
The unde signed would hereby give
notice that he has just opened a tailor
ing and repairing establishment, in I he
basement of the northwest corner of
Main and Second streets, opposite the
H. It. tra"k. under the P. & M. It. H.
house. He invites I he citizens of
Plattsmouth and vicinity to give him
a call, and guarantees satisfaction
both in price and workmanship.
Hereafttrl vill have carriages at
all regular trains stopping at this de
pot. Any person desiring a carriage
to take passei.jjers to, or from said
trains will ieave word at my Livery
JJ.un in Plattsinou.h and they will be
accommodated, at reasonable rates.
35tf Chas. M. Holmkm.
Dr. Black's Itleuinatic Cure is an
internal remedy and is pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain
more true medical virtue than any
other kind thrown upon the market in
the shape of oils and liniments. It is
warranted, .smith. Black & Co., pro
prietors. Sold by P. S. Barnes and A.
D. Marshall. Weeping Water, Neb. 8tf
&15UO i.er year can heeasilv made a
jlmme working for E. G. Hideout & Co
j 10 Barclay Street, New Yolk. Send
ifor their catalogue an 1 full particu
Death to rats, mice, roaches and
ants; Parsons Exterminator. Barns,
gianartes and households cleared in a
single night. No fear of bad smells.
Best and cheapest vermin killer in the
world. Sold every here. SOt-i
Money to loan on easy terms, on
imnoved farms. E. II. W olf.y.
46if County Clerk's Office.
If on need any Dental work done.
call on A. Salisbury, who will do as
well for j on as can be done any,
Fresh bread, cakes and pies, every
day, at the Union Bakery, corner Main
and Third. 10lf
Save your teeth by using Dr. Clut
ter's Glyceren Tooth Tablets. Beauti
fy I Cleanse! Preservel tf
For 'be if-sr staple and fmsc
groceries in Plattsmouth go to ,T. V.
Go to A. Salisbury, over South &
Black Bros., for your Dental work .351 f
Drugs -the largest stock at J. M.
G. A. It.
Caution: Since my G. A. It. 5c ci
g;;!d have lijit with such great suc
cess, several parties are trying to palm
off upon the public imitations,of"iufer
ior quality " bearing similar names.
In order to protect the cigar consum
ers and myself, I wish to state that
every box of genuine G. A 11. Havana
cigars bears on the inside label my
name and address,
Notice to Teachers.
Special examinations will be held at
the following times and places:
March 6th and 7th, at Buck's School
House, Three Groves; March 10th and
llth, Greenwood ; March 17th and 18th,
Weeping AVater; March 24th and 25th,
South Bend; March Slsl.and April 1st.
Elm wood; April 14th and 15th, Eight
Mile Grove. Cyrus Alton,
A good sound faun mare, weight
about 1,050. or will drive well in a
buggy; will be sold at a bargain.
51 tf II. M&ADK.
Important to 1 ravoiers.
Special inducements are fleid Jou
bv the Bnrliiii'loii route. It wil! nav
U.u to read tle-ir advertisement to be
found elsewhere n this issue. 47tf
The D"inetf it. tewing machine re
ceived tir?t pi mium at the fair. It ij
II. e JigiittM. ni:.nii-g, ni:-Kes iiieieasi
noise, and it is at i .i;ted ibe best ma
leiial. yt.'tt I 'KTh.it Mkkoi.s.
Oilers for sale the following1
X U It S K It Y S T 0 C K :
eaeh ir.loz pr.h'it.
Aple Trees 3 years old jo f 2 00 410 IX)
lii 15 1 60 11 00
Apple Tree 2 year ll. sec
ond size 10 1 30 00
Pea ell Tree 2 yearn old : 175 20 00
Early fliihii.ond Clu rry. 5 to
6 feet 40 4 25 30 I
Kar'y liiclmini.a ciieiry 4teft 35 4 oo si oc
I'linn Trei, Wild (loose, 5 to
6 feet 35 4 00 30 00
Quince Trees 40 3 60
Apricot-. 3 to 4 feet 30 .3 00
(Snipe Vines, (.'uncord 10 1 oo 7 fO
Strawberries 50 6 on
KasplierrifS. red. flie les?.... lo loo f on
Snyder Ulaek terries 10 I 50 5 oO
EilKli"li (Sooslierries 10 1 30 5 00
Clierry Currants, red JO I 00 6 no
lie Plant, Linens or Wine
plants 10 I 5o 7 0t
OKN AMKNTAI. TKKKH.
Norway Sjrm-e 25 cents per
Roses, all ki)4.. .
Flrxt class Hedire plants per.
t ilOllHHlld, l hi).
Maple I rees 20
Cotton Wood Tree ...
nv iwrnn not feeing me can t-end order
throuKli the Post Oil. re. 41113
. 'Gicar Clippiuffs, C5 cts. per
lib., at C. Scfclecei's, crccsitei
Money to loan on tenns, on itn
proved fauns. I'. I!. Woolkv,-
4Gtf rv c: n;v u:
Money 1 Lt-aa.
Money to loan on teol estate secur
ity. Inquire, of D. D. M.irtindale,
Louisville, Neb. lotf
When you ate in town don't fail
toco to the Central IteMauraiit tor
Jour IUea'i!, tables supplied Wltli the
best iii the market; only :'.3 cts per
meal. 51 tf
The Itoyal beauties of Euroj;owe
much of their personal atli .ict: veness
to the influence of Aers Hair Vizn"t
which keeps the hair fsb ami brit;lit.
Onion sets ami (Harden Seeds at
V. 11. Bakei s. 5t2
For a long time there has ben a
need for just such a liniment as Keu
dall's Spavin Cure.
The lamest lines of Black Spanish
Chanlilly and (Jnipuie Laces to be
found in this city it t liei i mann's. 2
For China Class and Queensware,
go to W. II. Baker's. 52i2
Latest novedies in stiff bat?, silk,
plush and felt hats at S. & C. Mayer's 1
Mirerourt, Point D'Aler.con. Tor
chon, Bretonne Laces in lare varieties
at Ileiimamrs. 5112
m i Granite
Having leased toe uU'-rries ft Ilie latrt I.
R.mC! nt S.iutii lien I I .tin prc,i.ired to fnr
nisli lmicii-ioii Stone of ;J1 sie, wild of live or
ix (lilfein-m nra es ami varieties.
in all style that may be needed.
Thiity Years' Uxpero nee In nttli g inwi-t arl
ttics of ctti:, M arlile mwi OiaiJte.
In Hie ("lined Slates.
Orders kindly solicited an piom;illy ain-wercd
li V mall.
Mil M:i.iyer and Well. Snpt.
A. L SIMPSON,
Geo. IfTooiis & Co. Pianos ana Onans.
Xews DejKt, iMagazine.wid I'aers,
Main St. opjMislte.New Hotel. .
CONTRACTOR FOR BRICK WORK, c
Will rontract for Brick Work. Stone I'lai-tering.
Chimneys and Cist-ma a Specialty.
For oiders call at liotn-e on Wpfhlrclon Ave.,
Between Till and Kl(lith fct's.
Or address P. t. Box 64!. - l'lattcinouth. Neb.
The Grand Oniial Hotel
Af bOUTH BKM, NKB..
BY IDie. H. KIEKE,
House btwl Clleil u. tverjlliInK new and
i.tat. Meals and i-oiliilnj at Keatona
tle rati .-. CnH and try ua.