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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1S7R.
Small-pox of a malignant type is
reported at Grand Forks, Dakota.
TnE great Treuton colliery com
pany, England, will close the mines
until trade revives.
At Umatilla, Oregon, every In
dian found beyond the limits of the
reservation Is killed by the whites.
The High Court of Edinbnrg has
indefinitely refused to admit to bail
any more Glasgow bank directors.
Polioemah McAuliffe, of Omaha
drank concentrated lye. instead of
liquor and died Saturday evening.
It is said that the. United States
laws are 6uch now that horse eteal
iagT either by whites or by Indians,
can not be punished.
It is suggested that the coming
legislature make provision for sub
mitting tta selection of U. S. Senator
to a vote of the people.
It appears by recent accounts
from the 6cat of war that the ad
vancing Britain s overpower the
Afghans at every point.
Livingstone, Russell and Rich
ardson have been indicted at Yank
ton, D. T., by the U. S. grand jury
for alleged Indian frauds.
Joel T. Roberts, of Central City,
accidentally shot himself the other
day in the right side, and it is feared
that he is dangerously hurt.
Oka Cook, of Omaha, aged seven
teen years, while hunting tho other
da', accidently shot himself in the
left breast, and died instantly.
Gov. J. C. Fremont, has express
ed tho opinion that the Indians
within his juridiction should be
placed under military control.
It is announced that the com
mittee of congress to consider the
transfer of the Indian bureau to the
war department, will sit with open
Wellington Bird, agent of the
Indians at Fort Peck agency, Mon
tana, has been suspended and Elias
II. Webb, of Illinois, appointed in
Recent advices from Mojradorby
way of Madrid state that there is an
average of sixty deaths daily from
an epidemic, which, however, is not
believed to be cholera.
A recent fire at the Virginia
penitentiary burned a three-story
brick buildiug over 200 feet long, in
which were cooper, carpenter, shoe
and machine shops. Loss, $G5,000.
From Bucharest, we have this
item of news: eight thousand Rus
sian troops, the advance guard of
the reinforcements for the army in
Bulgaria, will arrive at Galatz next
A lot of renegade Oregon In
dians were recently captured at
John Day valley. Eitfht of the
principal chiefs go to Vancouver,
and the remainder will be sent to
"Warm Springs reservation.
The Georgetown, Lcadville and
San Juan railroad, with a capital
stock of $5,000,000, has been incor
porated, and will be laid to run into
Georgetown and Lcadville on the
southern boundary of Colorado.
Not many weeks ago a band of
white thieves stole about oue hun
dred ponies from the Spotted Tail
Indians, brought them to Ogallala
and soid thorn, and the recent raids
by Indians have been in retaliation.
A man at Omaha writes to the
Xcw York World that he knows
the body-snatchers of A. T. Stewart,
and where the body is secreted. lie
wants no reward, but a pardon, and
will expose all, as they have betray
De LaMatvr, greenback con
gressman elected from Indiana,
claims that his patty will hold the
balauco of power in the next house
of representatives, and insists that
they should have the Speaker, and
The case pending in the United
States court at Omaha against John
G. Comptou, of this city, was on the
20 th inst., in consequence of the
illness of Mr. Compton, continued
to the January term of said court,
to bo held at Lincoln.
The Bteanler Pommerania was
run into by the "Welsh bark Noel
daring a fog, about eight miles
southwest of Folkestone on the 24th
ult., .and foundered in about ten
minutes, sending about fifty of her
passengers to a watery grave.
Recently about seventy tem
porary clerks, mostly women, have
been discharged by the treasury de
partments, the appropriation being
exhausted. It is stated that Secre
tary Sherman will not recommend
the renewal of the appropriation.
A suit is pending iu Xew York,
wherein J. A. Whalcti is plaintiff
and Gen. Sheridan Cefcudaut iu
which the plaintiQ' cluiuis damages
to the amount of f4 10,000 for dis
possessing the plaintiff of his sugar
plantation near Xew Orleans by
General Sheridan during the late
Tun British advauco ou the 26th
ult. .bad reached the frontier of
Afghanistan proper, destroying by
its success the Ameer's authority in
the independent territory, thirty
miles in width, from Jumrood to
Dnkka. The flying Afghatn army
in its, efforts to escape has been
plundered of everything, the coun
try having risen-aifainst-itrefusing
Edison's Electric light is to take
the place of gas at the Capitol in
The Preston loauand discount
company at London. has suspended,
with liabilities of 60,000. . j.
O'Connor and Kellfiy; convicted
Fenians, have been promised free
dom if they will leave the English
Nick Bradford, the ranchman
6hot by Geo. W., McFadden. jiear
Camp Clark, Neb. died-dn Ihe 25th
ult. McFadden has been arrested
and Is now confined in the Sidney
The president's message, received
too late for publication this week,
recommends that financial. laws re
main unchanged, endorses Schurz's
Indian policy, recognizes fraud in
the late elections, etc. The message
iB a Hayes one throughout.
Mr. Marshall, a -citizen, of Au
rora, Neb., was .killed .at Chapman
Statiou on the 2Gth ult. Ills horses
took fright at a passing train, and
in attempting to stop them he was
thrown down, his wagon passing
over him breaking bis neck; he
died almost instantly
A startling sensation is report
ed in the Omaha dailies of the 2Glh,
ult., of a plot organized by Harry
Clayton to rob the safe of the Union
Pacific paymaster, which then con
tained about $75,000. Several' par
tics were arrested, among them
Henry Roc, nn employe of the U. P.
Co., who made a full confession of
the plans of the gang.
It is perhaps a little too early to
talk of Senator Paddock's successor,
but we notice that several of our
exchanges are begiuning to peck at
the Senator, which is the usual way
of opening a senatorial campaign.
Mr. Paddock has ably Berved his
constituents, and, if the selection
were to take place to - morrow,
would most likely be his own suc
cessor. The British uobleman who re
cently married a beautiful girl in
St. Louis was arrested the other
day at San Francisco under the
name of Savillc for passing a forged
letter of credit on the Union bank
of London, and two ten-pound notes
on the same bank, for mining stock
to the amount of .$25,000. lie de
nies being the man, although he
bears the marks of the one sought.
A Yanktonian says that Secreta
ry Schurz should be very careful
how he reflects upon Gen. Sheri
dan's assertion that the removal of
the Spotted Tail and Red Clond
Indians from the Missouri river was
procured by fraud. It is no secret,
he says, that tho removal was ac
complished through the purchased
influence of the leading chiefs who
were paid with the white man's
money less than $300, at that.
A committee of bankers from
Baltimore had an interview Friday
with Scc'y Sherman of the treasury
department, iu regard to his plans'
for resumption of specie payment.
He went somewhat into particulars,
closing with this language: "the
treasury will treat United States
notes and coin ns an exact equiva
lent iu all transactions with the
government, und then nil business
everywhere iu the United States
will adapt itself to the 6amc stand
ard." It is stated at Washington that
the cabinet is a unit upon the pres
ent attitude of the administration in
regard to the barbarities committed
in the South, and that is to judi
cially investigate every case of
outrage and punish the guilty, if
possible. The republican parly de
sires peace throughout all our bor
ders, but holds that a peace worth
having and which will last must be
based upon and spring from an en
forcement of tuc-laws which secure
equal justice and protection for all.
By way of Loudon we have spec
ial news by dispatch to New York,
under date of the 2d, that the Af
ghans havo stationed their guns up
Peisvar pass and established n bat
tery on the summit, 7,000 feet high,
where three English regiments fail
ed to turn the enemy's position, and
retired on discovering their great
strength. One man was killed and
12 wounded. Tho dispatch says
that the British troops will make an
other attack after a day's rest. It is
believed that the fighting will be
It is very apparent that the friends
of Senator Jnmcs G. Blaine, Senator
Roscoc Conkling and Gen. Grant
are all using their utmost influence
to make their favorite the leader of
the Republican hosts for victory
and the White House in 18S0. Per
sonal jealousies and bickering con
flicts must be laid aside between
the friends of these prominent and
popular meu, if republicans, desire
an easy and complete triumph at the
polls in 1SS0. Wisdom on the part
of republicans will dictate the pro
priety of united and harmonious
action in placing in nomination tho
next candidate for President, and
every true republican should labor
with a view to accomplish this end.
The following commendable res
olution has: been adopted' by the
City. Council of Grand Island, mid
ordered published tho same as an
"It having been ibronghttO""buY
attentiou that 6ome of thcliccused
.dealers in wines- and spirituous
liquors are in the habit of selling or
giving away intoxicating. drinks to.
persons of such known bad habits
as to be 'termed 'habitual drunk
ards';' ii Is herebyvT.esqlved, by tho.
mavor niid council that any person
who shall sell or give aw"a to any
such pursuit ur pursuits, icrmcu
habitual drunkards, or allow any
such person or persons to obtain any
intoxicating drinks from their places
of business, through, themselves, or
through any outside person, kno.w
ingly, the license of such dealers
shall -be- revoked, and hewill -in-addition
be dealt with in the ex
treme penalty of the law. The
clerk shall cause this resolution to
bo published, and those "concerned
will goveratheraselves accordingly."
In a letter of recent dale from
Washington to the editor of this
paper, occurs the following passage:
"It is a .subject of remark here
that none of the military companies
visiting Washington from Southern
cities ever carry an American flag.
They march under guidons or local
banners, but the stars and stripes
are 'conspicuously absent. A few
days since a company of well drilled
and disciplined. cadets paid us a
visjtj and were reviewed, and theu
received by the .Presideut, ,who
made them a. short patriotic address.
But it seemed to me strange indeed
that he could extend such marked
courtesy to citizen soldiers who
would refuse to display the national
flag. A foreign body of soldiers,
even at war with us, would not
under 6ucli circumstances have been
guilty of such discourtesy, and I
am .surprised that .Mr. Hayes did
not resent the insult byyrcfusing
recognition in any wise. As mili
tary, these soldiers w'ere bound by
inilitaiy regulations, which neces
sarily involves display of more than
mere guidons, and he as commander-in-chief
should have taught them
one of the first lessons of asoldier,
the imperative force of military
regulations. He should further
proclaim that hereafter he will rec
ognize only those who are disposed
to treat him with at least common
courtesy, and that if from any cause
his flag is to be ignored, the White
House shall not furnish, a prominent
place for the indignity."
Kansas City is gaining an envia
ble reputation as a live stock centre,
and as such is attracting considcra
bloattention. A Lincoln gentleman
recently iu this city stated to us that
most of the hogs shipped from their
part of the State went to Kansas
City. The officers of the Slock
Yard Company are men of capital
and reputation. Charles Francis
Adams, Jr., is president, and Geo.
II. Nettleton is general manager.
The latter is one of the leading citi
zens of Kausas City, and one of the
most capable railroad managers in
the west. From January 1st, 1878,
to November 1st, the receipts of
hogs numbered 309,390 head. Dur
ing the summer packing season,
from Mnrch 1st to November 1st,
the number of hogs packed was
100J0S. Thousands of cattle arc
packed each year, and now the
Stock Yard Company has erected a
slaughter-house for the accommoda
tion of those who wish to ship
dressed meat in refrigerator cars to
Boston and New York. The mar
kets of Liverpool, London and Paris
have been largely supplied, and the
foreign demand is still growing. A
recent letter from Kansas City to
the Chicago Times, from which we
gather the above facts, says that
Kansas City is recognized as second
only to Chicago as a live-stock
JPritirie Creek I tenia.
Ed. Journal : For a long time
past we intended to write you a lew
items, but times have been quite dull
here for some time, and nothing oc
curring of sufficient interest to note,
so to-day in order to make good our
promise, we submit for publication
a few hastily arranged items, from
W. D. Davis started this week, for
Custer Co., this 6tatc, where he goes
to make laud investments.
Mr. P. Doafenback, formerly of
Cedar Rapids, la., who purchased
land here la?t 6pring, is now build
iug a dwelling-house, and will soon
be comfortably domiciled ou his
Mr. A. Benson is also building a
Tasker Bros., have made numer
ous improvements on their farm
north of Prairie creek.
We havo been informed lhat well
known parties contemplate the erec
tion of a flouriug-mill, on Prairie
creek, near where it empties into the
Platte river; this is something that
is greatly needed here, and we think
will prove a success if undertaken.
"Literary" at the school house
uext Friday evening.
Rev. Slaughter of Omaha deliver
ed an excellent discourse at the
school house, ou last Monday even
ing. Thanksgiving. day passed by with
little excitement. The Eagle the
emblem of our national ensign was
in a measure forgotten, and the
turkey that glorious bird, the envy
of editors was preeminent in the
minds of the people'. Iu the even
ing they had a grand ball at Silver
creek. We were determined to jro,
so we told Betsy Jane to slip ou her
best tie-back, aud we would go.
This we 6uposed would please bcr,
but we were sadly, very sadly dis
appointed. She told us plainly,
that "she"- would do no such wic'-ced
thing, that going to balls, theatres
and circuses was "played out" with
"bet." Wc began to coax, to plead
aud importune, but all to no pur
pose, and, becomiug a little excited
at our teasing, she brought her
pretty little foot down with em
phasis in a clear, full. and flatftto sir.,
Betsv Jane is a "brick!" she is. So
wo stucK our nnger. in our input n,
went home, andpoutcd W whole
Poor crops and low prices make
hard times for farmers, but still wc
make a good living, so we must not
-complain . Im migratiQn.I IP the
county has been great this summer'
and fall, "and inosl vacaut'gavern
ment laud has been taken, as well. as
a largo share of railroad lands.
We have had up to date, splendid
weather, and plowing is about
done. A difficult obstetrical oper
ation was performed ou the 2Gth by
Dr. Sande.rson.of Newman's Grove,
Madison Co. Mother aud child
A Whisky Jluruer iu York Co.
Last week, Mr. Gormly, an old
man living a mile over the line in
Polk county, came to York with a
load ofwlie'at. He sold his load of
wheat aud got benzine enough in-
side, of him to make hisJier.yos very J
unsteady ana started iornome. un
the way by some means lie fdll tnit
of his wagon, his right leg1 being
caught in the doubletrees, his body
falling under the " hounds " and his
leg coming under the forward
wheel. When found' by sonic of
his neighbors, one hand "was clutch
ed into the "hounds" und the other
held the lines. The team had stop
ped but his left leg was fearfully
mangled, the'boncs protruding from
the flesh. On Thursday night Dr.
Mitchell, of Columbus, amputated
the broken member near the hip,
and on Friday the man died. York
Our quotations of the markets arc ob
tained Tuesday afternoon, and arc correct
and reliable at the time.
Wheat No. 1...... 0.r
" 3 -IS
" Rejected 35
Barley 24 10
Rye ; n18
Flour, $2 2og-.! 7i
Graham,: 2.r0tf3 00
Meal, 80I 00
Bcambu , 150(200
Peas ' 50(3175
Onions ' 40Q50
Beets ' 2a40
Fat ITosrs, 200
FatCittle 2202 25
Fat Cows,'. 2 25(.J2 50
Calves 3 O0(3400
Sheep......... , .-. : 00
Good veal, per hundred 5 00
Hides, green salted, '.. 3 50
Corned Beef 0(7
Steak. : mvi'A
"e give below a portion of the rules
adopted by the Board of R. 11. and
"Warehouse Commissioners, for the in
spection oCgrain in the city of Chicago.
The inspection is done by oflicials, un
der authority of law:
HULK II. spring wheat.
No. 1. Hard Spring Wheat shall be
sound, plump and well cleaned.
No 2. Hard Spring Wheat shall be
sound, reasonably clean and of good
No. 1. Spring Wheat shll bo sound,
plum) and well cleaned.
No. 2. Spring Wheat shall bo nound,
reasonably clean, and of good milling
No.:":. Spring Wheat hhall include all
inferior bhrunken or dirty Spring
Wheat, weighing not less that 53 pounds
to tin' measured bushel.
Bejected Spring Wheat shall include
Spring Wheat, damp, musty, grown,
badly bleached, or for any other cause
which renders it unlit for No. 3.
In case of mixture of Spring and Win
ter Wheat, it will be: called Spring
Wheat graded according to the quality
Black Sea and Flinty Plife Wheat shall
in no case be inspected higher than No.
2, and Bice Wheat no higher than Be
jected. HULK VIII.
All Grain that is warm, or that is in a
heating condition, or is otherwise unlit
for warehousing lmll not be graded.
All inspectors shall make their rea
sons for grading Grain, when necessary,
fully known by notation on their books.
The weight alone shall not determine
COLSUSUS niTAHCUL MASSS? 2EPC2T.
Corrected by Columbus State Bank
Platte County Warrants.. 85 to 100
Other " " .. 70 to no
Citv " 75 to 00
School District Bonds 75 to 0
State Warrant- DO to 100
Exchange on Europe 2
" " New Vorfc. . . 1- of 1 p. cl.
" " Chicago 1-5" "
" " Omaha. .". .. 1-10 "
Canada currency, 5 per cent, discount.
Silver change in large amount., 3 pc
Sliver dollars, par.
g cr'Z Better than Ever. NfeV
llPRl&E REDUCED. nI
SV Full of Plain, Practical, Reliable, S
i Paying Information &
V for West. East. South. North for Ou-nm
for West, East, South, North ; for Owners
of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Swine, or Farms,
of Cattle, Horse;
X Gardens, or Villa
S for all!
or Villace Lots ; for Housekeepers; sj
for all Boys and Girls ; Sj
fnn ei cuDAuiiie'0
SOVER 700 Fine ENGRAVINGS
N both pleasing and instructive. The
I American Agriculturist
To Ctuls of it it er more, one year, ott-tfatj, S
ONLY $1 EACH.
TcsiieH in F.tt&ifafi A (Zs if tim Ji
TRY.IT... .IT WILL PAY. X&N
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hf& (IraflOT! TrM Vn PnMUJiprs S
$ r V 240 Broadway. M. Y. V
Manufacturer and Dealer in
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ALL KINDS OF
(store on OUi'e St., near th'e old "Post-office.
Columbus Nebraska. 417-ly
Os 4 copies, J 1.25 each. Single subscriptions. Si.ut.
X One number, x'j c. A specimen, post-free, ioc. sS
A MAGNIFICENT Steel Plate ESBRATKG for all.S
Large PKEMIUinS for Clnbs.
VV T.11M1 in JTiA A (Zmtjm if tim ,- Nj
JAEGGI & 8CHUPBACH,
(Successors to A. Ilcnry)-
DEALERS' IN -. &
UMBER, LATH, SHINGLES,
WIXDOAVS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING TAPER,
Oak Lumber and all
GUS. A. SCH
IRON, NAILS, ROPE,
I CARR NOTHING "BITT
THE VERY BEST OF GOODS,
AND WILL SELL
AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
Call antl sec my wcll-assortcu line of Ilcating stoves, on which I will give
Uth St., South of Jaeggi & Schupbach's Lumber-yard.
S QUAKE DEALING
Have alwavs been the Motto of
MY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES, 3 FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, G-loves and Mittens.
"We are also I-Ieadxjuarters on
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talk is Cheap, bat We will not be undersold by any
Straight Dry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Buy as Cheap as a Man.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF
J. O. ELLIOTT,
ACSKXT FOR THK
STOVER WIND MILL
520 OSCILLATING PEED MILIi,
And All Kinds of Pumps
Challenge Wind and Feed Jfills,
Combined Sheller and Grinder,
M alt Mills, J lorsc Powers,
Corn Shelters and
Plumps Repaired ou Short Notice,
FJarmcrs, come antl examine our mill.
Yqii will Undone i-rectt-ilon the premise
of the Hammond Ilqusc, iu good running
CLEARING OUT SALE
D 0 0 U S j U II 0 6 S J
HATS, CAPS AND GLOVES.
I am gelling out my entire stoek of the
" above goods
AT COST, FOE CASH ONLY,
AT THE OLD 1,'OST OFFICE STOKE;
If you don't believe it is good
We don't offer anything but
No. 1 Articles,
S'EifD in YOUR ORDERS for CIDER.
Kinds of Moulding.
.-Lr? r T "T,
t . rwr 1""
Tin anil Wooden ware.
One Price to All is Our Motto.
HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
1 CROWN JEWEL,'
Hard-Coal Stove in the Country,
Resides other kinds too numerous to
mention. J5?TUcatiiig Stoves,, with or
withont oven 'attaebmcrit, at
Prices Lower than Ever Before.
-NEW MI,LLJf; .
Near Matthis's Bridge.
JOSEPH BUCHER, - Prop'ri'otor."
I57"ThcmIll is complete in every par
ticular for making the best of flour. A
Mnarc fair" iHtincM' ' l ' the
csotto. " Jo5-x.
.-, nrr i i
Heavy nam ware
STATE OF NEBRASKA.! ,,
Before II. 10. Miigoo'u, J. T., Monroe
i- - l'rqclneti l'latttf county.
Suuiuioiih- to Thomas-Tiylor, non-resi-4
derifi ;- . ''&
OU lire hereby commanded to ap
pear before me, II. C. JIagoon, a
Justicolpr the 1'eaceMf jsaid county, at
(my ofliec .IiwIoqroe'pfi'cinct, on the
noth day of Dccenrtiiy'l&7$, at V2 o'clock
31., to answer the action of James Slur
ry, who sues to recover fT.VOO on a
certain promissory note, drawn bv vou
and payable to the plaintiff, James
3lurry, now due and unpaid.
If vou fail to appear plaintiff will take
judgment by default tor $T5.00 and $2J.67
interejtTiK-ney.nnd allTosts "f surhnot
to vx ui& ?rj6.i)0x . i -iU '
Witiirsi my hand this 11th day of
LN"ovuiubttrr 1S7.V-. - -- --
4t' 4 II. . JIAGQO, J. 1.
M .MORTGAGE SALE. "
BY VIRTUE of a chattel mortgage
executed by August Prortgr. rtQ
John Elston, dated August 2Stu. 173,
and recorded in the ollice of-the Countv
Clerkof l'latto comity and State. gf.NB
braska, on the 2Stu day of August. A.
D.. 157S. iiLjlookC. or Chattel Mortgage.-,
on page "artf. upon wfifeh default
ha been made. I will xpno for Male at
public Auction on ThurtIaY the 12th
day of December, A. JD., Ii57t."iit 1 o'clock
in tho afternoon, lit the Cmirt House in
ColumbUM.J'laUe-cnu- ty Nebraska;-the
property de.-cribed in :iid chattel mort
gage, rnnrfoting of out black hor.e,
about eiuht years old. and one brown or
Lay ftaluoh "about tuclve year old;
amount, ductal lir.-t publicUou. $"lL5U
alftt eo.-t. JOHN KLJSTOX,
By John' ft. Kickly, Ad-nt. -jit".
And Building Paper.
Alt-o constantlv on hand an assortment
We make CLOSE figures for CASH.
Yard and Office on Eleventh St.,)
Tnkau u. i iEroT, f
Will be offered in
Hats, ; Caps and Notions,
As my stock must be converted iuto cash.
Tnllf Im clicnp, but price lei I,
1 hnvc got the good, and ikin bound to Mnll.
W. H. HEIDELBERGER,
12th STREET, (2 doors west of Hammond House), 2S0
Dry Goods and Clotning Store
Is now ready for the Fall and Winter Campaign with an immense
stock of , .
't if :! r
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
BST Dry Goods have taken a big tumble in the Eastern BTarketsllately,
and as I buy my goods strictly for cash, I will give my customers the ben
efit of it, and supply them with anything in my line at much lower pricesV
than they were ever known to be heretofore.
All I ask for is, give me a friendly call and cqn:
vince vourself of (lie facts.
U . v
MEDIC4L a B !
7. Z. lilTCEZLi, It. S.
C. 3. M23:S3, H. 0. k J. C. DSOT32, U. 8., ef Csiis.
Consulting Fhj:iciiri: end Surgeons,
For tlib treatment of all classes of Sur ,
gery and deformities; acute and
chronic disease, diseases of the eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
J. M. HdNAKNU
finUHasi Work and Cfood Material,
JSTFull selection of eastern work, a
Way' on "hands? 'Repairing' ncatlyan
Store opp. the Post-Offlce, on l3th'St.
"DTT'Cinn uii9incss vou can engage
XjAJJYJ X In. $5 to $20 per day made
by any worker of either sex, right In
their own localities. Taticulars and
samples worth 53 free. Improve vour
Tlirn ttmn .. !.: I. ...I .1.1
.-!.... .,!,; o. nils uioiuesY. (iure!
Stiuson & Co., Portland, llaiue.
:n the County Court for Tlatto county,
In the matter of tho adoption o&Edward
Mister, a minor.
NOTICE is hereby given that applica
.'tionrfn due form. has bcn died in
5Ald- court prayJsir fori the .adoption of
Edward Mister, a minor, son ol William
T. Mister, deceased and Jane Lloyd
41ate Mister)by David Thomas and -Mary
E. Thomas his wife' Said application
will be heard at the County Judge s of
fice in said county on Thursday the 12th
day of December 1378 at '2 o'clock P. 31.
when and where all persons interested
mav appear and be heard.
JOILN G. IIlCGlXB,
44T-Jt. County Judge.
I will rurnlsh School Books forfntro
duetion at-thu following-priee-viz:
Harper's Introductory'Geograpby.S 4S
U. S. First Iteadcr 12
i " St-coud i - v. 19
44 Third 4 M.-U7,
44 u Fourth 4 v42
44 44 Fifth 44 50
44 -4 Sixth ,4,.r ' - G'J
Swfntnn'a T.niitni Prlmnr
4 ' " Lcstqris
u ' ' Grammar..'..
44 Gramm:ir .t Composition.
French's Common School Arlth" . .
44 Elementary fortheSIate-
Dal ton's. Phy siology .
Scott's U. S. Tlistorv
'. .J1 .-1W.I.T
liargej . ..
Copy-books per drtz
Uther books on catalogue at corres
ponding price. Will full books on time
S. L. Barrett,.
Agent for llarper's Text-books,
of HARD WOOD and WAGON STOCK
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of the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
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