THE LEWISTON TELLER.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPFR.
Tks TBLl.BR has the largest circulation of
any paper in Xorlh Jilaho,
A rumor of tho existence of a race
of 'pigmies in Africa, to the southeast
of Kalla, has reached Dr. Schweinfurth.
A wealthy Taris hanker, M. His
ehoffsheim, has undertaken the expense
of an expedition to Africa to observe
the total solar eclipse of May 17.
Col. VeniukofT, a Russian traveller,
estimates that a third of Asia, as well
as a thirtieth part of Europe, still re
mains to ho explored.
The increase of interest in electrical
matters is remarkable. A London
publisher is selling 1000 copies a month
of a new work on electricity.
An aeronaut ascending from Taris
on a cold and cloudy day in February
recorded a temperature of 68 degrees
at a height of 3,000 feet. This result
occasioned no little astonishment.
The latest publications of Australian
statistics Bhow that the death rate of
the continent is remarkably low, lining
only fourteen in 1,000 in 1880. The
English rate for the same year was
over 20 per 1,000.
Considering the merits of glass as a
roofing material, a Herman authority
finds that hail is not so destructive to
glass as a usually believed, as it seldom
damages panes an eighth of an inch
thick, and a thickness of a quarter of
an inch is almost absolutely safe
Eight prizos of $125 e ich, have been
ofTered by the Royal society of New
South TV ales for the best communies
Sons giving tho results of original
study or observations on as many spe
eif subjects. The subjects have
■pocial reference to Austrian progress.
Recent attention has been drawn
to the value of the Quillia tree of
Chili, on account of the powerful clean
aing properties of its bark. It is said
to be more effective under certain con
ditions than the liest soap. It is al
ready used to somo extent io washing
■ilk and wool.
It is a familiar fact that a black ob
ject on a w hite ground will appear
much larger than it is in reality. For
example, a white stripe on a black sur
face ia appsrently broader than a black
■tripe of equal width on u white sur
faoe. Peter Scherffer has sought an
•xplanation of the plenoinonon, and
thus accounts for it: When one of
our senses receives a double sensation,
one being strong and the other weak,
Ihe latter is not felt. Especially is
this the case when both impressions
•re of the tenie kind, or when a strong
effect upon one of tho smses is followed
by a weaker one of the same kind.
A singular occurrence, strikingly
ahowing tho powerful effect of ice in
reading rocks, was lately related by
Herr Bergh. An extensive promontry
jn western Norway was, in 1717, de
Inged with water during a thaw, filling
every crevice in the rock. A severe
«old quickly followed, suddenly freer
lap the wa^er and bursting the mass
J*.wck, which was projected from a
■eight of 1,500 feet into tho neighbor
ing fjord, which engulfed the entire
promontory with its cultivated fields
mid farmstead. The fall caused a huge
wave in the fjord, which uot only
■wept away all the fishing boats within
■ distance of two miles and a half but
. * w *y * t'hurch which had
«ood fifty feet above the water e mile
■way from the promontory. Of the
mter only, a low edge now remains.
Unthinking individuale, doub les*,
°V* n "V 1 , at tho dissolute lavishness
With which labor and expenae are be
stowed by scientific men upoil * ppar .
ently puerile studies. They forget that
human knowledge ia built up from the
■UWt fragments, snd that these frag
hav* been laboriously brought
mrth one by one from the most divert'
wwrcee . To the physicist, or the in
*"•*' knth, triPee arj unknown,
7T. ** ****. * n importance in every
th... i,u P? rUnce ««» «wry
. T° principle ia as much
n principle if discovered in the monad
na if revealed by the bones of the meg
eloeaurus, and he lee!« the possibility
»hat the speck covered by bis micro
■eope may be the key which «hall ulti
" ,oek ,° n L e ° r . Uw 6"»t and
Helpful secrets of ihe universe. %
Or«*Ht chance to make moon
iho>»e who alway« lake ad*
vantage of the good chant* •
mû.. I .? fo r ,nakin f that are
•eared, generally become wealthy, while tho«e
who do not impr *ve euch chances remain in
F" ™**; Wawan» many n.en. women. boys
•04 (ials to work f >r us right in their own Io
ta! tue«. Any one can d the work proparlv
from the first start. The htmne<s will pay
more than ten times ordinary w.igaa. Espen
.ire outfit famished free No ..no «hu en
fH" to «.he money rapidly. You can
«•vote vour whole time to the work, or only
jour «par® moment*. Full information and all
that is needed sent free. Address STINSON A
CO., Portland, Maine. ig
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
yg » M1JHM» «hoir Cnte
SErsssi-nS 2 ^- 5
MCKOTEM.Ï. a CHICAGO,ILL
own Eid Hal* 8b 200-20« RiadaiphSt
lbs Mit BSU CSU^Ul JUS rlllkn ,u .
te« CÜJ- at Ua TILLER «,*».
[Below we furnish the description of the
different brnndH that have been re«|ue«ted to be
published. As« tlie hi« I mice coiner in we will
iA«*d thereto. I*. O. address not given is at
Robert Rrackcn brands thus | on both hips.
Both horses and cattle. P. (). Asotin.
1). B. Dunwell brands seventy six,combined,
seven on top and six on bottom, horses on left
shoulder und cattle on light hip.
James Flynn brands horses and cattle 52 on
Frnnoia Evarra brands horses and cattle /
on left hip.
H. W. Deacon, brands HD, combined, on
II. W. Stainton brands stock with a heart.
Two slits in right ear.
A. Ö. Queener brands stock 9» on left hip,
earmarks with crop off the left and under slope
from the right ear. P. Ü. Pine ('reek I. T,
R. J. (Ju eener brands stock ft« on left hip.
earmarks crop off right ami under slope from
left car. P. O. Pine Urcek I. T.
Hans C. J. Tweedt brands horses and eat
tie 75 on left hip. Mark« hogs and cattle, right
ear crop and slit, left ear croped. P. O. Gen
esee, I. T.
David Ppurbeck brands horses and cattle DS
on left shoulder. P. Ü. Genesee.
N. Tallant brands horses on left hip, low
down thus N, brands cattle on left hip same
W. D. Wardwell brands horses 8 on left hip
J. C. Oylear brands stock J O. P. 0. Genesee
Recundino Burmnday brands horses, mules
and cattle thus, )( on or near left side of hip.
R. II. Deem an brands horses and cattle 70.
Earmarks with crop off right. P. O. Genesee.
Owen McCormick brands cattle 7 on left hip,
marks kalf undercrop on both ears.
T. C. Moxley brands cattle IX left hip,
marks square orop and slit in right ear.
A. II. Vile brands horses and cattle )( on
Lott Wiggins brands horses and cattle L W.
Marks cattle with underslope in ear.
Mrs. L. Stannus brands 8 wirb bar under
neath. Ear marks with orop off right aud un
der half crop off left*
E. Bradley brands stock on left hip with
mule shoe, eattle er hogs marks square clip off
the right ear. P. O. Pmlouse.
Hlbbs Bros brands stock with II. Has also
purchased the eattle brand of James McCor
miek, brand is star oa left side.
Louis Delsol brands cat .la L on left hip;
counter brands on left shoulder. Marks with
half eirele under side left ear, and half circle
upper side right ear.
A. Bittner brands horses II on left shonlder,
Sft me brand for eattla on left hip. Counter
brands using same brand on right shoulder for
horses and right hip for cattle.
Thos. II. Worden brands oxen with diamond
1th bar across, on left hip, stock eattle on left
shoulder and hip with diamond without bar,
under slope in right ear and notch and under
bit in left.
John A. Miller brand, horses and eattle
nth shield. Horses on left hip and counter
brand on right, .amt brsnd. Cattle on right
hip and counter brand on left, lame brand.
A Leland A Son hrnnda horae« and cattle
I, with half circle nrer and bar underneath,
brands hone, on left shoulder and eattle on left
rump. Marks with slit in left ear and square
crop off right ear.
P. Hunt brands horses and cattle on left
shoulder W II. Vents by same brand on left
hip. Ear marks with slit out of upper part of
il. B. Hodgins brands 2 with half circle
'ver it, horses and eattle. Horses right shoul
1er, oounter brand on left shoulder, same
brind. Cattle on right hip, counter brand on
left, same brand. Mark* hogs with swallow
f*»rk in each enr. P. 0, Genesee.
A Worthy Tribute*
Warren E. Li'and. Esq.,L4and Hotel ,
Dkar Mr. Lrland; Before leaving the
city wc wish to express to you our heartfelt
thanks for all the attention wc liavo received
from you and your •• personnel " during the
week which we have spent in your hotel,
and alio we do not like to leave without
telling you what a high opinion wo have
formed of your magnificent hnnae. We
have traveled through all the United States
and Canada for the twist fifteen years, and
never have we found a hotel which in every
way is ao complete as yours. Service we
have never found more (mlite and more at
tentive than all your employes. Your
rooms are ao large and comfortable, vour
table not ouly without a rival in point of
good cooking, but never have wo seen a
table so abundantly supplied, and, in fact,
no hot« ! have we ever stayed at which so
thoroughly, and in every way gave us so
W'ishing you all the success in life which
you so much deserve, we remain.
Yours Very Truly,
.. . _ Vixtrk Kkrranti
r rum Chicago Tribun. .
Lklanp Hotel, C hicago,
. , „ W'arren F. Leland.
Lkland s Sti htevant Hoi s*, N. Y.
, „ Lewis A Oao. S. Leland.
Lelaxd Hotel, Springfield, III,
_■ , „ Leland ft Wig gin*.
Lilaxd's Delavan Hoes*, Albany, n!y.
, , „ Charle* K. Leland.
Leland s Ocean Hotel, Long Branch,
Charle* ft W'arren Leland, Jr.
A REIS» OF T ERROR!
T J* Alarinlav Increaae oi
Heart Olstakc and «train*
Roma Which Precede It.
Lmdlttg I« Scientific Investi«*,
lion and an Attempt to check
Th* W*nderlul Properties 0 f "MedatlEe
4e India,'* and host to Proper!*
FACTS OF IMPORTANCE FOR All REGARDING A
A'A 'VT DISCOVERY.
The mortality atatiatica of thia country
show that a great proportion of deaths ariar
from Heart Disease. But asidj front the
stality which attends it, the inconvenience
amt suffering which even the first stages
bring make it neeesaary to taka prompt
measures for relief. Un«Ioubte«Ily th* great
est reiiMxly of modern times for curing dis
ease of the Heart is "Sedatine-de-India,"
which is accomplishing such wonderful re
sults and attracting so much attention.—
This great remeily iswsesscs ingredients
specially designed for all the numerous trou
bles of the lleart. The combination is the
result of lon^ and careful experiment' and it
can lie safely assc ted that when taken in
time it will cure in every case. Do you ever
have Nightmare, omiresscd feelings in side
and breast,' Irregular Action, Throbbing,
•lumping, Fluttering, Momentary Stopping,
Slow Uirculaiion of the Blood? These are
all symptoms of Heart Disease. Those who
are suffering and have never tried it should
do bo at «Mice; those who have ever trie«! it
lit) not need to b. urge«! Ul <lo so again. If
your druggist lias not got it, stmt one dollar
and fifty cents to our address, and it will be
mailed to yon. S.de agents Lohdell Chemi
cal Co., St. Louis, Mo.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Vital Weakness, Pros
tratiou from Overwork or indiscretion, is
radically ami promptly cured by "St. James'
\ italic l'ills. ' They renew the vigor of
yuuth and are a jwsitive cure for Sc|ienna
to hem, Imnotency, Sexulsr debility, etc.
P» ye one dollar anti fifty cent ; i»er box, ant
by mail by the sole agents, LutiJell Chemi
«»1 Co , St. 1 o ii-. Me, 37-ly
RICHARD P. EVANS SCO,
Counsellors at Law,
WASHINGTON, I). C.
P RACTICE BEFORE THE (JKXEKAI
La ml off*«*. Interior Department, and the
Supreme Court of the Unite«! .States. Con
tented Land ami .Mining claim«. Special at
tention given to content« involving the title to
.Mine.*« ami water right«. Homestead, Timber
Culture uml Pre-emption content« attended to
before the General Land Offiee and the Depart
ment of the Interior. Contented Caaen between
Settlor« and Railroad Companie« argued.
Private Land Claim« prosecuted before the
Interior Department and Congre««. Patent«
obtained for Timber, fitone, and llenert Land«,
and in llomenteiid. Pre-emption and Timber
ouiture entries. Re payments in cane« of er
roneous entries and where the Government in
unable to make good title to land« noid, we
can obtain the re payment of fees, commission«,
and money paid by the claimants. Agricul
tural College Scrip and other Hcrip bleated.
Information given in reference to the laws,
decisions and practice relating to the Public
Lands and Mines. Parties intending to
Locate, Purchase, Pre-empt or Homestead,
cun often avoid vexatious trouble under the
laws governing the settlement of the public
lands. Saldier*» Additional Home.tie.ad Claim*
and Hounty Land Warrant* obtained and pnr
• hated. Prudent, prompt and faithful manage
ment of ease« intrusted to ua can he depended
RICHARD P. EVANS A CO.
Lock Box 650. Woahington, D. C.
Letter« of inquiry should contain postage for
RRrititRiirR--Vfenry N. Copp, •• Copp*«
Land and Mining Journal." 10 tf
Feed, Livery, Hack and
C. St., between 3<1 and 4th,
IV. B. HOLBROOK, - Prop'r.
BUGGY TEAMS AW SADDLE HORSES TO LET.
Reasonable charges for hire. Parti
cular attantiou paid to boarding.
Stock Taken to Ranch.
April 13th, IT.tf.
( Twn ilno r. abort J. P. Yollmtr's Sion,)
LEWIS TON, IDAHO.
Meals at all hours Day and Night.
Board per week five Dollar».
A first olass Bar attached, where the best of
Wine«, Liquen and Cigars are kept.
J. K. VINCENT,
LBWISTON. I. T.
A LL BUSINESS ATTENDED TO
£%.Promptly snd Faithfully. |.
«Et MRS. W. T. M C KERN,
Having leased whst was formerly
*—ieHB.nowu si FRY'S HOTEL, has re
paired an I refurnished Ihe same, and is now
prepared to entertain the public in n first cluss
manner- Nothing thet tends to the comfort
aad eonvsnienoe of guests will ha spare«!.
Moscow, Do«, tth. 1831. |.g,
t MANUFACTURING two brands of
_ Flour. Tho host brand ca n s As that af
any other Mill, aad ia wartb
Than nay Manufactured in Idaho, Washing
ton, Oregon ar California. The other brand
s good mereh'intahlo floor. I am manufactur
ing at tbu rate of aeventy-fire Harre'.a daily, and
shipping as faat na I can get transportation.
■ Bay Wheat aad pay Cash at
the Market Price.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
LEWISTON, I. T.
«POTF10l:wWilk A. Quiskeabuafa.-Dft II
$25 to $50 PER DAY.
Cun easily be made by using the Celebrated
VEIL, AUßER & ROCK BORINS MACHINERY
IN ANY PAKT OKTHK COUNTRY.
We mean it, and are prepared to demonstrate the fact.
They are operated by either Alan, Hor.se or Steam Power,
and bore very rapid. They range in size from
3 INCH TO 4£ FEET IN DIAMETER,
and will bore to any REQUIRED DEPTH !
^ They will bore successfully and satisfactorily in all kinds of
Earth, Soft Sand and Limestone, Bituminous Stone Coal,
Slate, Hard Pan Gravel, Lava, Rudders' Serpentine and Con
glomerate Rock, and guaranteed to make the very best oi
Wells in Quick Sand. They are light running, simple in con
struction, easily operated, durable, and acknowledged as the
best and most practical Machine extant. They are endorsed
by some of the highest State Officials. We contract for pros
pecting for CO AL, GOLD, SILVER, COAL OIL and all
kinds of MINERALS.
Also for sinking Artesian Wells and Coal Shafts, «fee. We
also furnish Engines, Boilers, Wind Mills, Hydraulic Rams,
Horse Powers, Brick Machines, Mining Tools, Portable
Forges, Rook Drills, and Machinery of all kinds.
FyGood active agents wanted in every country in the world.
ADDRESS, Western Machinery Supply Depot
511 Walnut Street, St. Louis, Missouri, U. S. A.
Statu ia what paper you saw this. 42-1;
--ha a a—
-AND IS CONSEQUENTLY THE_
BEST Advertising' Medium
in this whole Upper Country.
NICHOLS.SHEPARD & CQ
Bat tle Cr eek, Michigan,
XAlCTAtriUUM OF TH« OXLT OKMUIXE
Traction and Plain Engines
r seen hTtbe Amerifau uiara«.
A «T «wjrial fmuons aid I mon. mi mU
for 1881. toruthar with tvptrior fnmlitit* Im tentt r u*
Sfoa ana material* not dreamed of bv otter tumkera.
ffoor also* of ftopaiKtora, from 6 to iff km«
•Opacity,/or titan • me kortmpmotr.
of " Mounted "Hoim-Powwii.
•OMtantlY on han»i. from which ia built the !»
maiariM wood-work of our nuflhinwy.
Circulars sent fere. Addmua
NICHOLS, SHEPARD ft CO. ^
■ante Creek, MlehlM«f
PILES I PILES! PILES!
* Bure Car* Found at Laat I No
On* N**d Buffer.
A sore Care for Blind, Bleeding, Itching
and Ulcerated Pilee hae been disoorered by Dr,
William, (an Tndian Remedy.) called Dr. Wil
liam'a Indian Ointment. A single boa hae
cured the worst chronic ca.-ee of 26 or 30 years
standing. No cue need suffer five minutes
after applying this wouderful soothing medi
eine. Lutiou., instruments snd aleetuuries do
more barm than good. Willinm'a Ointment
ahaortethe tumors, allay« the intense itching,
(particularly at night after getting warm in
bed), acta as a poultice, give* instant relief,
and is prepared only for Piles, itching of the
private pa«*, and for nothing else.
Read what the Bon. J. M. Coflluherry of
Cleve'and save about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: I have used scores of Pile Cures,
and it affords mo pleasure to say that I have
never found anything whioh gave such imme
diate and permanent relier ae Dr. William's
For sale hv ell druggists or mailed on re
eeipt of price. $1.00.
HENRY * CO.,
Dee. 1,'81- ly Cleveland, 0.
ana general juuoi
IH. II. SPKAGUE,
H ftft At.AIN OPENED SHOP IN Ç. C. i
Bunnell'« hardware store, where he is pre
pared to do all kinds of gun and pistol w-^k |
and general jobbing, also repairing all kinds of
----— » • — * —..... « «,>« isjuue. u*,
^*1*. Clotinug and all other go«xls usually
F°»i'«l ill ^ general Merchaudisc aUire, which
I offer for sala at the Lowiûst Pash Pan ts.
0R0 FINO EXPRESS.
C ARRYINO U. S. MAIL AND PA88EN
gars to and from Lawiston and Pierce
City, transacting *--■ • --------
. business with WRLU,
- - — - — CO'fl., Ewpress, leaving
Lewiston o* Monday and arriving at Pieree
City on Wodneaday, leaving Piero* i?ity on
rburedny and arriving at Lewiston on Satur
day of eaeh week - - - -
Send for oat
No. 30, for
- Fall and Win
ter of 1881 . Free to any Eddrcas. Con*
Uins full description of oJJ kinds of goods
for personal and family use. We deal
directly with the consumer, ami sell all
goods in any quantity at trkolrsa/c prices.
You can buy better and cheaper than at
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
837 and 229 Wabash Avenue.ChicaeoJll,
A. A. LIEU ALLEN
MOSCOW, 1* T.
I have on baud a full au«l complete stock
<>f limite, SJioea, Groceries, Provisions, Hate
Give me a «all. A. A. Lteuallcn.
= THE BEST REMEDY"
Diseases of the Throat aufl Lungs.
In diseases of tlif
and reliable remedy is
invaluable. Ay Bit's
Ciifkk y Pectoral is
sucli a remedy, and no
its the confidence of
the public. It is a sci
entific combination of
the medicinal princi
ples and curative vir
tues of the finest drugs,
chemically united, of
such power as to insure
. the greatest possible
r»f. efficiency aud uniform
at the foundaitiou of all
pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief
and rapid cures, and is adapted to patieuts of
any age or either sex. Being very palatable,
the youngest children take it readily. In
ordinary roughs. Colds, Sore Throat,
lironchitis, Influenza, Clergyman's
S*ore Throat, Asthma, Croup, and Ca
tiirrh, the effects of Ayer's Cherry Pec
tohal are magical, and multitudes are an
nually preserved from serious illness by its
timely and faithful use. It should l»e kept
at hand in every household for the pro
tection it affords in sudden attacks. In
Whooping- cough aud Consumption
there is no other remedy so efficacious,
soothing, and helpful.
Low prices are inducements to try some of
the many mixtures, or syrups, made of cbean
and ineffective ingredients, now offered,
which, as they contain no curative qualities,
can affonl only temporary relief, "and are
aure to tleceive and «iisappoint the pa
Diseases of tlie throat and lungs demand
active and effective treatment; Hnd it is dan
gerous experimenting with unknown aud
cheap medicines, from the great liability that
these diseases may, while so trilled with,
become deeply seated or incurable. Use
Ayeii's Ciierky Pectoral, and yon may
confidently expect the best results. It is a
standard medical preparation, of known and
acknowledged curative power, aud is as
cheap as its careful preparation and line
ingredients will allow. Eminent physicians,
knowing its composition, prescribe it in their
practice. The test of half a century has
proven its absolute certainty to euro all pul
monary complaints not already beyond the
reach of human aid.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemiits,
•OLD BY ALL DhlüUIST» EVERYWHERE.
IS NOW PREPARED BY TIIK ADDITIO
TO DO ALL CLASSES OF
Notes, Checks, Drafts,
Give ua a call when in need of
anything in the Printing line.
" THE BEST
FOB NAN AND BEAST.
For more than a third of a century tho
NlexiCRnMiiitang Uniment has been
known to millions all over tho world rp
tho only Hale reliance for tho relief of
accidents and nain. It is a medicine
above price and praise—the best or Its
k Ind. For every form of external puli
Mustang Uniment Is without an roual.
fit penetrate« flesh aud muscle to
the very bone—making tiro continu
of pain and inflammation impos
sible. Its effects upon Human Flesh ami
tiro Unite Creation aro equally wonder
ful. Tho Mexican
Liniment ia needed by somebody in
every house. Every day brings news of
agoni y of ait Awful oralft or burn
subdued, of rhenuiallo martyr« re
stored, or a valuable horae or ox
••▼*d by tho healing power of this
which speedily cures euch alimenta of
the HUMAN FLESH as
Rheumatism, Kwrlllngt, fing
Joints, Contracted Muscles, Rum.
and (Iraida, Cnta, Bruises nul
Sprains, Poisonous Bitea anil
Stings, Stintless, 1-iunenr.a, Old
2° r *e*fi7«vre, fi^rostblte.,Chilblains.
"°vo hippies, faked Breast, ami
llnlecd every form «if external dis
-ase. It heals without sears.
•or ihe llBLTK Creation it cures
Sprains, Swlnny, SUIT Joints,
Founder, Harnrss Sores, Hoof 1 ( 1 «.
eases, root Rot, Screw Worm, Seel.,
.."I ,,or ". Scratches, Wind
frails* ffpavftu. Thrush« Ringbone*
£ ,d l*? 1 » FaU Evil, Film hdor
th« Sicht ana every other aliment
*° which the occupants of the
fflaW® and block Yard are liable*
The Mexican Mu»taug I.lnlanent
always cures and never disappoints;
and it 1ft, positively, 11 '
FOB NAN OB BSAST
Please Don't Forget
THAT I WILL SELL
EITHER FOR CASH OR ON INSTALMENTS;
AT LOWER RÀTfc,
Than any other inhabitant of th*
1 au agent fur some of th* best and th* ueii
beautiful iustrumeuts now mada. I
get luwest factory prices, aad
LOWER TIRANT ANYBODY.'
Don't be Cajoled lute paying from *lo<Y
to HIM) more than la iieeesaarjr 1er
food Plano* er Organe en
Aeeouut of their Kinn,
. Nor into luring any of the Slop Shop In*'
struments that claim to have 37 stop« when
they have but three of any use, and that
etaim to have 10 setts of reeds when they have
but 1 and fire-eights.
no80t-46 C. A. THATCHER.
WILL DO TOUR DBA TINS
Forwarding, Transferring, and De
livery attended to promptly.
CORD WOOD FOR SALE.
Itanufaeluvs and knp rnnslaitllf »n Aas d,
SUPERFINE and graham.
CRACKED W.HEAT, MID
Highest Cash Prioo Paid for
JOHN BREA RLE Y,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT
TO CHECK, AND
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME
Boy and Sell Exchange, and
Collections made on *11 point*.
OFFICE: On M»in street *t hmdof see
on«l, Lewiston. I. T. stmt
THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS,
Morth of Snake Rirer
Can be had at (his House.
Farmington, IV. T. Nsr. J, 1«81. P,opri *'"'
Union India Rubber.Co'!*
rva* pa*a SVH
RUBBER BOOTS mil COATS
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ! '
, ,he Boots are stamped CRACB
(iCM V'«/Vf'î Wl *' u"' 1 '*>• /'tR%
L I on the foot and ind**
whith prevent their cracking or bnaftiag
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
All kinds Hubb t Belting, Pnckinr
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Goodyear Rubber Co.
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