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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1878.
Omaha, has seven Telephones in
A woman at Hastings is painting
her own house.
An exchange says Beaver City
wants a harness maker.
There are only 124 patients in the
insane asylum at Lincoln.
A slight shock of earthquake was
felt Monday night week at Atchison.
Clark Beos., of Lincoln county
raised ihis"year JH55 lambs from 980
ewes. ; re.
There is a good location for a
first-class hotel at Bloomington,
There appears to be no particu
lar excitement at London, over the
The total indebtedness of the firm
of A- & IV. Sprague, of Newport, is
Utica, New York, hap voted to
repudiate the bonds of the town,
. amounting to $193,000.
Tnos. H. Power, of Philadelphia,
died on the 20th Inst His properly
is valued at $10,000,000.
Reports in the Paris papers
state that Manuel Pardo, Ex-president
of Peru, has been assassinated.
Ben. Case was found murdered
on the North Platte river on the
23d. The killing was done after the
Lyman Easton, Capt. Ilillard and
Dr. Heyl have been Indicted by the
grand jury at Zancsvillc, Ohio, for
robbing a grave.
A slight shock of earthquake
was felt at St. Louis on the l'Jth.
The shock was also felt in different
parts of the state.
Tnos. II. Powers, a drug manu
facturer, of Philadelphia, died on
the 20th inst. His property is valu
ed at $10,000,000.
A fire-damp explosion occurred
on the 20th near Allcntown, Pa.,
killing three persons, and badly in
juring two others.
Dn. Clark of Ponca recccntly
committed suicide. The Beatrice
Express says he wa3 not to be blam
ed, as he had two wives.
The Marquis of Lome arrived in
Halifax harbor Saturday evening,
and was received with every demon
stration of popular favor.
We learn from the Omaha Re
publican that Senator A. S. Paddock
was in that city on the 2l6t inst., on
his way to "Washington City.
Thos. Dowd aud Eliza Ward have
been sentenced to be hanged on
January 14th, for the murder of
Thos. Ward, at St. John, N. B.
Secretary Sherman explains the
resumption law to mean that tho
greenback dollar is to be equal to
gold, ou'&nd after January 1st.
General IIammonp, Indian in
spector, at Yankton, hasbceu order
ed by Secretary Schurz to Salt
Lake to investigate certain short
comings. Geo. W. Smith, of Sau Francisco
shot and killed his wife ou the 21st
inst. On account of ill treatment
she had separated from him, and re
futed to return.
Whalen & Burke have been ar
rested in New York, charged with
the Stewart grave robbery. They
wero bound over in the sum of
$5,000 to answer.
Dowd, of St. John, N. B., has
confessed to the murder of Ward
and cxhoncrates Mrs. Ward, who
knew nothing about the deed until
it was committed.
Many of the counties in this State
have suffered severely from prairie
fires this fall. It does seem that
more care is imperatively demand
ed to prevent such fires.
A tire at Fayette, Ohio, Nov. 17,
caused by an explosion in the drug
store of Bonkauer & Snow, destroy
ed that and six other stores. Loss,
$30,000; partially insured.
John Butler, who for twelve
years superintended the boot aud
shoe department of the Joliet peni
tsntiaryj has accepted a like position
in the penitentiary at Lincoln.
The citizens of Polk county will
vole on the Gth of December to see
if a debt of IS0.003 shall bo imposed
upou her citizens to aid in the con
struction of the Omaha & Republican
A i,ace:at;b of money, $2o,000, iu
transit by Southern express from
Charleston to Athens was lost some
time ago The messenger JVnltcr
S. Lynch, an old employee of the
company, has been arrested.
Distress and destitution to a fear
ful extent exist among the mechanics
find; laborers at Sheffield, England,
In cooequenco of business depres
sion. The mayor has called a public
meeting to devise measures of re
lief. Several arrests have been mado
at Florence, and the authorities are
confident of securing the person
who threw the bomb into the ranks
of tho veterans on Sunday. An
other one of the wounded men has
Chas. W. Pontez gave, tho olher
lay, in a New York court, a full
description of the Union Trust
forgery, being the engraver- of the
forged check for $64,000, as wellias
attribution of the spoils in aBroad
jraprTCttanraut. . ,
The republicans will have in the
Illinois legislature six majority on
joint ballot. "
United States Minister Welch
paid over to her majesty's govern
ment the amount of the fisheries'
award, by draft for 45,500,000.
Every mail from the south' brings
news to Washington of the arrest
and imprisonment of citizens of
South Carolina, whose testimony is
necessary to convict offenders
against the. national election-laws.
Candidates for positions in the
next legislature are being brought
forward. Among those meutioued
for Speaker of the House is W. T.
Scott, Etq., of York, who is said to
be an able lawyer and a worthy
gentleman. His friends will urge
Warren Tate 6hot and killed
Wm. Love in the court house the
olher day at Indianapolis. Love
had been a witness in a suit where
in Tate was plaintiff. Love called
Tate a liar, and' struck him. Tate
6hot him twice, from which shoot
ing he died iu a few hoars.
A general rcluction of wages 16
demanded all through Great Britain.
Mine owners at Cleveland have or
dered a ten per cent, reduction of
wages. The proprietors of the Old
ham cotton mills demand a like re
duction, and the Clyde ship builders
threaten a lock-out unless tho men
agree to lower wages.
Gen. Sherman, in speaking of
Secretary Schurz's letter on Sheri
dan's statement about the movement
of Indians from the Missouri, says
Gen. Sheridan i9 wrong in charging
the rcsposibility on tho Interior
Department, hut he believes Sheri
dan right in the view he takes that
the movement was very injudicious.
As A sign of reviviug trade it
is reported that one of the foundries
at Pittsburg has been running sever
al weeks, night aud day, a full set
of hands, aud is still behindhand in
filling orders. When all who arc
willing to work shall find remuner
ative employment, we may expect
Leonard Pi-att, formerly of
Spencer, Iowa, recently eloped from
Sheldon, la., with Bridget Glasgow
aud Gcorgiana Hcatou, whose home
is at Dcs Moines, Iowa. Tho run
aways were traced to Sioux Falls,
aud here all track of them was lost.
A reward of $150 is offered for the
apprehension of Piatt aud the return
of the girls.
Signor Melille, editor of the
Censor ncwspapcr.has been arrested.
He was an associate of Passanantc.
The store keeper who sold Passan
antc the knifo with which he at
tempted to kill the King has also
been arrested. Passanauto has stat
ed that he intended the assassination
of King Humbert ns a means toward
a universal republic.
The Lincoln Journal gives the
political character of tho members
elect to tho Nebraska Legislature as
follows: Republicans, 55; Demo
crats, 12; Grecnbackers, 16. There
arc no returns from one or two rep
resentative districts, which it is
believed will send republicans that
will increase the number on that
side elected to 57, which will give
the republicans on joint ballot a
majority of 29.
An English statesman expresses
the opinion that his government has
no reason to believe that Russia is
making dispositions to help" Shero
Ali, and that the object of the war
with Afghanistan, after wiping out
the insult received, will be the oc
cupation of Khyberpass, thus giving
British India a scientific frontier,
which means tho command of the
northern as well as the southern
pass. The acquisition of Quettah
gave us Bolau ; this war will give
Wanted. The name and address
of any member of the One Hundred
and Tenth Regiment of Ohio Vol
unteers, Company II, Third Divis
ion, Sixth Corps, who helped to
build' Grant's fortifications near
Petersburg, Va., in the winter of
1S64, who knew Sherman O. Lang
don, and who saw him get hurt by
a log falling on him aud crushing in
bis ribs while he was helping to
build said fortifications.
Mrs. S. W. LAngdon,
The war has actually begun, and
the English troops on tho 2lst inst.
were ordered to cross the frontier
to engage the Afghanislans. The
British troops occupied Ft. Kapion
without resistance. Its abandon
ment was anticipated. No resist
ance is expected until the upper end
of the Kuhrum valley Js reached.
An order has been unexpectedly re
ceived at Woolwich, England, for
nearly a hundred tons of equipage
for the army in South Africa. Tho
stores are being embarked for im
Chas. Young, Archibald Stecn
and the son of the latter,working a
farm on shares near Lebanon, Ohio,
had a misunderstanding on the 15th,
during which Stecn and his son
clubbed Young until he was insen
sible. A hired man of Young's
coming-to the rescue met tho same
fate.' "Mrs". ' Young and daughter
came upon the scene aud were both
felled to the earth with clubs. The
Stecn6 fled and have not since been'
heard of. Physicians say that ;it is
uulikclyythat Young or the, hired
man will recover.
Tote flVebrusUa. .
The State -board- of canvassers
l-met on the 20th inst., at the govern
or's offico in Lincoln, audTran
vassed the voto on supreme judge
and congressman. The total vote
stood as follows : Amasa Cobb, re
publican, for Tupveme judge, 28,956:
John D. Howe, fusion, 23,191,
Cobb's majoily 3,765. E. K. Valen
tine, republican, for congress 28,035 :
Davis, fusion, 21,952, Valentine's
majority 6,685. T. J. Majors for
congress, short term,- republican,
28,225: Alex Bear, lusion, 21,121,
Maj o rs m aj o ri ty 7,097.
It appears that the Indians, sup
posed to be Spotted Tail's band, are
still eugaged west of us in stealing
horses, and committing other dep
redations. On the 21st inst. they
made an other raid and stole over
fifty horses from Shiedley, which
makes more than one hundred head
he has lost, and forty killed. It is
somewhat strange that these Indians
can baffle the movements of the
government troops, and slip around
ou such stealing raids without re
ceiviug a shot from the boys iu blue.
It is very certain that Major North
has no official position now iu the
military department, for if he had
these thieving Spotted Tails would
make themselves scarce in that re
gion. The Major is familiar with
the ways of the red men and knows
how to hunt them, aud they make
themselves scarce when he is on
JJecs iu California.
From a private letter addressed
to us by an old friend who last year
went to California to engage in the
honey business, we make bold to
take the following extract, which
will be of interest to many of our
"We have got to producing more
honey in southern California than
we can market to advantage on the
western coast, so this year we have
sent large quantities of it to Europe,
and I go there this winter to sell
my own and that of my neighbors.
My own boos, 173 hives, last spring
yielded me 45,000 pounds. Our
couuty Ventura and the two eouth
of us have, I think, this season, pro
duced from fifteen to twenty hun
dred tons of honey. I shall inves
tigate the European market as much
as I can and make arrangements for
future sales. We have sent our
houey from San Francisco by sail
ing vessel around Capo Horn to
Liverpool and Hamburgh, at a cost
of only twelve and a half dollars
per ton. The Central Pacific offered
to deliver it iu Liverpool for us
over their roud at about forty-six
dollars per ton. R. Wilkin."
For the Journal.
IEoav Small an Aperture!
Nero, Neijr., Nov. 23, '78.
Ed. Era, Sir: You saw fit to
publish in the Era of the 16th
inst., a part of my note to you re
questing you to 6top my paper. My
further request was, to scud me
your bill aud I would settle with
you at the earliest opportunity. In
stead of so doing you notify me
through your paper 'that niinc will
be stopped u'hen I pay the subscrip
tion or refuse to take it from, the
office. Now, Mr. Editor, if the
$1.50 is what you are after, it will
be forthcoming. It is worth treble
that amount to find out how small
an aperture somo men can be forced
through. You go On to say you
never scandalized Wise, etc., etc. I
heartily belicvo it. It is bevond
your power so to do, as was proved
by your publishing the proof and
retraction of a certain article not
long since. Furthermore, you pro
ceed to filibuster aboufpedagogue's
wrath." "Josiah Moody, or any other
self-acknowledged fool,'' besides the
tirade otfncwspaper slang, "carpet
bag school teacher," "cringing syco
phant' "itinerant .pedagogue," and
others of like bearing, all of which
go to show to the public your "glar
ing" gentility and refinement.
In conclusion, I would say, since
you hi.vo pronounced me "a peda
gogue of inferior caliber," you have
shown to the people of Platte county
aud vicinity, I thiuk, to be a dema
gogue of colossal "caliber," whoso
"sluggish" mind is only arpused
when trying to slander and abuse
your superiors. Xours.jCtc,
The Cattle Disease.
Editor Journal: It seems to
me that the fatal disease prevailing
among cattle in this neighborhood
is worthy of the serious attention of
our farmers. It is no trilling mat
ter to the individual loser nor to the
county at large to have from one to
a dozen of the best animals dropping
out of eo many herds. It is gener
ally supposed, so far as I can learn,
that the trouble is caused by smut
iu the corn fields. But smut is no
more abundant ou the stalks this
season than iu former years, when
cattle fed in the corn fields. without!
harm. I do not think corn smut is
a poison to cattle, but it may be
partly or wbolely the cause of this
disease. I have recently lost fonr
valuablo animals wiUiin twenty-four
hours. After the first indications
of disease, which wero trembling of
body, and weakness of legs, they
lived fronfthreo to five hours. Two
of them scorned to suffer severely.
They had been in the corn stalks one
week. The smut was picked off
carefully, as we thought, and stamp
ed into the ground. The first three
"or four days they were permitted.to
remain in the stalks bujjbetwecn one;
and two hours twico-a day; after'
that from two to three hours, and it
was but a smairheld, ton acres.
They had plenty of good water,
morning, noon and night. All four
were large, healthy, two-year-old
heifers, in medium flesh. On ex
amination, we could find nothing
wrong except in the manjfplds, or
third stomach. This was fully dis
tended and vcrjrhard, being "packed
full of undigested food. Opening
it, we found all the folds completely
covered over with a dark coating
about as thick as common newspa
per, and when separated from tho
folds, which was easily done, had
about tho tenacity of newspaper
when moistened. I think that this
coating, covering, as it does, every
part of the inner surface of this
stomach, prevents the entrance of
the fluids necessary to digestion,
leaving a hard mas.s of undigested
matter, which kills the animal. Ju
one of the stomachs this coating was1
quite dark colored and looktid as
though it might be composed of par
ticles of smut. In an other it was
much lighter colored, but of the
same texture. It may be that tho
unusually dry condition of the corn
stalks has to do with tho trouble,
but how I can not fee, if cattle have
access to plenty of water. It is
thought by some that the dnnger
will be removed after two or three
falls of snow, but I shall want to be
well assured of it before turning
valuable stock into my corn fields
again. We are now gathering all
the smut as we husk, but I have
little faith in this, as in spito of our
care there will be small bunches left
in the angles betwecu the stalks and
leaves, and if this coating is formed
of smut, but a small amount is need
ed to form it. '
Would it not be well for the farm
ers interested in this matter, in our
county, to come together and talk it
over, giving our theories and expe
riences so far as we have any? There
may be those who know what the
trouble is, and how to manage it.
They are tho ones wo want to hear
from. I fully believe the difficulty
can bo mnnaged, but it will take
study and investigation. Wc can
not afford to have our cattle killed
in our corn fields, and our" corn
fields contain too much valuable
food to go to waste.
J. IT. Reed.
STATE OF NEBRASKA,?
PLATTE COUNTY; J
Before II. G. Magoon, J. P., Monroe
Precinct, Platte county.
Summons to Thomas Taylor, non-resident:
"7"OU r.rc hereby commaiulfcd to ap
JL pear before me, II. C. ilagoon, a
Justice of the Peace of said county, at
mv ollice in Monroe precinct, on the
10th day of December, lSTtf, at 12 o'clock
M., to a"n.wcr the action of James Slur
ry, who sues to recover $75.00 on a
certain promissory note, drawn by you
and paynblc to "the plaintiir, James
Slurry, now due aud unp.iid.
If ou fail to appear plain till' will take
judgment by detault lor$").00and $2J.G7
interest nnmey aud all co.ts of suit not
to exceed $50.00.
"Witness my hand this 11th day of
4io 4 II. C. MAGOOX, J. P.
Y VIRTUE of a chattel mortgage
executed bv August Pfcifer, to
John Elston, dated August 2Hth, 1878,
and recorded in the office of the County
Cleric of Platte county and State of Ne
braska, on the 28th day of Augut, A.
D 1578, in Hook C. of Chattel Mort
gages, on page 333, upou which default
Inn been made. I will expose for sale at,
public Auction on Thursday the 12th
day of December, A. 1)., 1878,"at 1 orclork
in "the afternoon, at the Court llouhc in
Columbus, Platte count-, Nebraska, the
property des-oribed iu said chattel mort
gage, consisting of one black horse,
about eight years old, aud one brown or
bay' fctallion about twelve years old;
amount auc at tirat puuiicntion, fiu.oD
and costs. JOHN ELSTOX,
l$v John J. IUckly, Agent.
IS HEREBY GIVEX that sealed pro
posals will be received nt the ollice
of the County Clerk of Platte County,
Tuesday, December 3d, 187S,
at 9 o'clock, a. m., to build a bridgo
across Elm Creek, near Patrick Doody's;
plans and specifications can be exam
ined at Clerk's ollice. Bond for double
amount of contract price must accompa
ny each bid, also bond of $100.00, to enter
into contract if same be u warded.
The Commissioners reserve the right
to reject an aud all bids.
By order of Count v Commissioners,
JOJIN STAUFFER, ,
4KU1 County derk.
In the County. Court for Platto county,
In tlie matter of thd'alloption of Edward
Mister, a minor.
NOTICE 4s hereby given that appllcn
, tion iu due form has been tiled in
said court prayinc for the adoption of
Edward Mister, a minor, son of William
T. Mister, deceased and Jane Lloyd
Hate Mister) by David Tnonias and Mary
E. Thomas his wife. Said application
will ne uearu at tnc county .iutge s of
fice iu said countv on Thursday the 12th
day of December" 1878 at 2 o'clock P. M.
when and where all persons interested
may appear and be heard.
John G. Higgins,
445-4t. County Judge.
1 will furnish School liooks for ictro
miction at the following price viz:
Harper's Introductory "Geography $
" School "
" U.S. First Reader
" " Second "
" " Third ,l "
" " Fourth J
" '" 'Fifth "
" " Sixth 'f .
Swinton's Language IMmcr. ......
' " Lqsgons
" " Grammar
" Grammar & Composition,
French's Common School Arith ...
" Elcmentarv for theSlatc.
' 3Iental Arithmetic. ., .
" First Lessmis. ,
Scott's U. S.'IHstory (small). ;..:. 52
" " (large) 75
Copy-books per doz 108
Other books on catalogue at ,corrcs
pondins price. ."JVHI sell books ou time
S. L. Barrett,
Agent for Harper's Text-books,
141-x. ' Columbus, Neb.
JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH,
(Successors to A. Henry)
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES,
WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPER,
Oak Lumber and all Kinds of Moulding.
GUS. A. SCHRCEDER,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
IRON, NAILS, ROPE,
I CARRY NOTHING BUT
THE VERY BEST OF GOODS,
AND WILL SELL T ,
AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
Call aud sec my well-assorted line of Ileuting stoves, on which I will give
11th St-, South of Jaeggi & Schupbach's Lumber-yard.
Have always been the Mottp of
DEY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
B00TS& SHOES, 3 FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, G-loves and Mittens.
"Wo arc also Headquarters on
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talk is Cheap, hub TFb will not be undersold by any
SLraiglit Dry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Buy as Cheap as a Man. One Price to All is Ouv Motto.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
J. o; ELLIOTT,
AGENT FOR THK
STOVER WIND MILL
$20 OSCILLATING FEED 311 LL,
And All Kinds of Pumps
Challenge Wind and Feed Mills,
Combined Sheller and Grinder,
Malt Mills, Horse Powers,
, Corn Shelters and
Pumps Repaired on Short Notice,
Farmers, come aiid examine our mill.
Xou will find bite erected nn 12th St.,
east of Hammond IIoiisc,in good running
CLEARING OUT SALE
HATS, CAPS AND GLOVES.
I am selling out my entire, stock of the
AT COST, FOE CASH ONLY.
AT THE OLD TOST OFFICE STOKE
It you don't believe it is good
"Vc don't offer anything but '
No. 1 Article's.
SEND.in YOUIl ORDEItS for CIDEIt.
SHHEf?1c " m jm
'.CROWN JEWEL, '
THE FINEST AND IJESTJ
Hard-Co.il Stove in the Connfir.
IJesides other kind? too numerous to
mention JSTHeatinB Stoves, with or
without oven attachment, nt
Prices Lower than Ever Before.
f . -. Ji J - .-
Near Mattlifs's Britee."
o - f- W ''i "J r t
JOSEPH BUCHER,- -
IBTTbe mill is complete in every par
ticular for makini,' the best of flour. "A
s-qHarc, fair buInehV is the
IVTB J I J?
HUNNEMAIST &? TOLMAET, A . ';
A & -1"A dealers in
And" BuildiiiP- Paper.
Also' constantly ou hand an asiortment of II AttD VTOOD and WAGON ATOCIC
"We make CLOSE flgurcs for CASH.
Yard and Office on Eleventh St
JjTNKAU U. ! DEl'OT,
Mean Business !
Will be offered in
As my stock n ust be converted Into cash.
1'itllc Ih clicii), lint prices tell,
1 Imvc itit the goods and nra lionnd to well.
W. H. HEIDELBERGEK,
12th. STKEET, (2 doors west of Hammond House), 2&
D. C. LOVELAND.
LOVELAND & ELLIS,
COKTR-ACTOES AND BUILDERS!
General Shop Work Done ;
ALSO, PLANING AND SAWING-,
Ail ECnimer of "Wood Turning Done to Order.
ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT.
K10ICK FRONTS A MPKCIAXTY.
BUILDINGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
ALL STYLES of DOOItS and WINDOW FRA.MKS JIatle to Order.
Feed 'and Meal always on Hand for Sale,
Also, Lime and Hair.
lOTWILL EXCHANGE FEED OH 3IEAL FOP. GRAIN.
One Block "West of the)
Clother House, I
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Is now ready for the Fall and "Winter Campaign with an immense
Dry Goods, .
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
C Dry Goods have taken a big tumble in the Eastern Markets. lately,
and as I bay 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 prices
than they were ever known to be heretofore.
All I ask for is, give mo a friendly call and con
vince yourself of (he facts.
MEDICAL a DXHCAL INSTITUTE.
C. S. U22CZ2, H. 0., b J. C. S2XU2, X. D., c!Csili.
Consulting Physicians and Surgeon:.
For the treatment of ail classes of Sur
gery and deformities; acute and
chronic disease, diseases of the oyo
and ear, etc., etc.,
J. M. HONAHAN,.
Firsl-fa Wi and M Material,
JrTTFulI selection of eastern worlc- al
ways on bands. Repairing neatly and
Store opp. the Post-Offlce, on 13th St.
"O'U'Cinn 'usine8 you can engage
JDJDjO JL in- to ?20 per day made
by any worker of either sex, right in
their own localities. Faticular and
samples worth $3 free. Improve your
spare time at this business. Address
Stiuson & Co., Portland, Maine.
1. SJI7CESLL, y. S, c D, S. l.'A277iT, K. D
0pMs id Surgeons.
LATH, DOORS, WINDOWS,
f COLUMBUS, NEB.
L. F. ELLIS.
of the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
CHOICE LANDS FOIl SALE
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