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THE HMIOMAJN. S EUJID.
W hart as excellent and esttnaive
- WW WMm tr-wu as wvHLuuva j
'onaMted with the "Echo'' Office, where, at
seasonable rate,, trill be don wilt neai
n ss and dispatch Potter, Bill; Vircu-
vlars, Buiinttt und Fwitin Card; Blank
?U kind; Letttr and Bill Ueait,Pm
w ' fUet tic tfC.
tfgrCnl f all Jslsos CbromaUc.au d
; Wilt Bordered Cards.
'j ale and Fancy Paper for Sail ticketa
8, and Circulara
, Mourning Cards and Note Taper, Tlaln.
Cap, ana1 Letter Taper, for Blanks.
IfrjthtPlitin. Gilt, or in Color.
T1I2 HUNTSMAN'S ECHO"
' " IS TO BUSH ED
01 Bivta, Buffalo County, N. T.,
' wverj Ttiur-wt-y- Mornine terms $2 00 V
. ir la advance tor bix moniueiuu
! fcuigle copica 10c.
Tho l'latta T alley The Home for Millions and Highway to the Pacific.
VOL. 1. WOOD RIVER CENTER, BUFFALO CO iN. T. JUKE 14, 1860 NO. 7.
On square,! 2 lines r lean, 1 insert
r.acn subsequent Insertion,
Same, one year, . . -
" six months, - . '
One column, ene year, . -'
. . " alx months, -
three months, . . . .
Half column, one rear, - . .
" " air months, . . . .
Ot. fourth column, one yenf. ' '. .
" " six months,- . . -"
" thr' monfis. - .
TERMS OF SU88CR 'THIS!
One Copy, one year, ......
" " six months, ......
Invariably iu A.lranc.
t!S Of I
A , J. E. JOHXSOxX,
lT ' Woodltiver, If. T.,
WlLt lted to all calls in his profes-
t ta 8r.yty.U1S rlatting, . Dguwaring
.erles, ProTlslons, Bacon,
' VAT, COM, BATS. '
J g tabling, Water and Wood-r-also Hotel
uirnoit)H. Opport't JJojrr W Aland,
van TS"? JrM ttoy1 axBitorw
i Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
'.ry Goods,, Groceries, Provi
ions, Uacou and liquors.
HAT, OOJtN, OATS, MCAL, ETC.
t FUklitig ond Ifcitol aecommodfttions at-
n Hkabea to tne etora. iv una auu wuivr r ecu.
X.EAB.NEY" CITY, N. T.
m'I' mot "cr h'carmy, Ojiputitt Jack
OMtitvrt. nl -It.
JtCHICAN A CIIC
JI0ME fOB HIE WEAIlij.
' I w. p. roitCi 'j'iVi '
constantly n hand a swppl of
ia 7i.. .,. IVovlS, Garde Sauce
iVIrult of t11 kinds. Liquors. Cigars,
ek r auoatb. ; A fm
f" i -m
stock. Entertain aiept
Uaji an moiy oro
west you all alika.w; ,
T--2i miles eaat of Oot
J(wlor. Bprin;. '? ' ' : ' nl-tf.
im )if" n ti -. ..
TalX aaiawlgned have aovf in operation
AaV Excellent Rope Ferry.
laarosa tfca tOOPE FORK, atGenoa the
r4aing on tha old Mormou Route. This
is te arst and bent route, and always
ITtkargeaaaow as at uny ferry on the
tiwnarVwr wpt fir rnioTnu rr
. " xdjsid, jrncjgiut, OC j W
oa, japru o, innu. nl-tr'
Dkaleri i , '
"-. rr ninA n.rr
THE SLEEPING MAIDES.
it a. o. css.
HAT, CORN, AND
Two Biles west of Fort Kearney, on lb
MKE'S PEAK, UTAH, A CALIFORNIA
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emigrants win rmrt tnp jjcB r Acroniaioda
tion gsff" wood and water '
Mia. R. C. JAKER Proprietor.'
j -o-o-o-o- .-
This is a omfertahle and commodloas
Pablic hiusa where every com
fort wijl be bestowed pau ita '
Wood Stables, ," '. ;
Nay and gijiin, and Yards for. Stock,
Attention laid to the wants of Eeif
grants thares ns moderate as T ;
1 -tould be asked ,' A ' '
n4. ) . ;f .tfi :
'A jrardaa arbor robed in flowers,
''f-1 ''ScndsVara sleeping maiilcn;
' i' HJf ebeek With roce is orient, '
: lior fee With smiles is laden.
, Slid Smilet bare never tarnished bein,
, . .. By the; artful brush of mortal sin ; .'
flicl r08 bnth never felt tbe breathy
Of pale eaBFumption kin to death ; j
Her rose And tmilet) Iuh blending, seon
Ihe Lttaguuge of ber passing dreatu.
tv: ' Mlliv. : :'..' '
There ara. verses on brr.lips,
' From lor tranquil heart tbey'vo eUilc,
''' Aad' tha tell in numbers sweet,
' ,i. Wlt'ls Mifflin C in the soul. '
Ifu O'er ber bosom mooLbenms fall
y, r Silver spirits, drcomy, thin,
. , , 0a bar eyolids seem U play,
,j fAmlitbey strive to steal away
The precious cyolight abut within. .
,A starlight 'cross her forehead Hoc,
Waiting tbe opening of her cycu;
And Venus poop the roso-vincg through,
Just like a lover como to woo.
Guardian angels near bor etay, .
A-ehasing danger far away ; '
And though slar-beains full from fnr-offpkies,
ThoT Bfi'nr can nut-ri'ul b(;r maiden eves. .
F. O. BEECIIEIl, fc CO'..
Wholeiile i Retail Dealers In'
For the Echo.
Feller Citizens, Elco!! me to Con
gress, an' I'll abolish mad dogs, mus
keeters. an', bad cents, an' go ia for
the teetotal annihilation of niggers jails
and enmp-mcetin's. I'll rpnudint
crous, an' flustify hen 'hawks. I'll
have barn raisin's every dav. fSundav
excepted,) an' licker enough to swim
a RKunii. ics, feller cilizeas, elect
me to Congress, an' I shall bo led to
exclaim in the sublime the tprriffin
angunp-e of Henrv Ward 13eechor.
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WDen jireaeiunp; m the wilderness.
"iiehard ' himself agniu !"
On, then, onward to the polls "gal-
op apace, nery looted steeds." an'
make tho welkin tremble with anti
spasmodic yells for Daily. Cock yer
muskets I am comin'.
"Hence ye, Brutie, broad-uxo an' glory,"
Let's licker !
ti-'it vijAquiiT etc., etc.
dcii atab'iig and hotel acqti'ornea'la.
' linn. U tho o.. '
arid water Free
: 1ms por taunt to Immigrants
i A aw-acT to th
f'-witti WtJPJC TOJIK FERRY, at Co
Vmt been transferred InA
.J f.t 'u5-?"" Purpose of estahlifljfjn,,
i lVaf.WatPolDt' wb'cillbe
? m fixed oyjfaw, t.tWO'ftrta from
' feat are fjiiy
be avoided, is now in
' ' oonpleta rtJLiag order, aad in charge of
f r- emo of th Jj ctora of tha Company. The
' abllc nay lt,asenred that everything will
- k. 4 to eJra to this ' '
I i V. LOirt'B PORK ' '.FKbLRY
S3 I I 'f pabUcpatronao and support. For
, ru-tff- ! a P. HUUFOKD.
, JP. J. SSIAUOS.,,
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STATION, ' Ybi RANCHJ,
Two tnilesjabove Charlie Edgarton'i,
(Lone Tree.) -
. keep, always on kand,'IIay amdOitiv,
f'r J. B. J.
4WwJ. i , i.,...i.t .,i t:t : ,.'. i.i
'f ile locked up clopo and tight;
0 Pat should its treasures oil unfold, '
4 And bring its gems to light. '
it ebould be cheerful, wuxm,a'r.d gny,
And sing with iho.'o that eiug ;
VJie pure and sweet like flowers of May,
And lovely as tlio spring.
FhoulJ einilo with those that emilo for joy,
Aod sigh with thoso that sigh,
A ad every righteous nMsi employ
To wipo tha tful eye. '
O fElould succor those who staad In needT .' J
ejiOfeloUiinx, brsajd. fr "4imafc'ii
-' ' A nd eveTj righteous eau se shOahl l)'Mid,
:Aad pity thus, of
JTD READY HOSTLERS, .
Also hotel acOjn"ntodationB, and every lux
ury aid covifort that care and at
tention can prodnce, pre
vidsd for the Guests.
If you appreciate Home and Ease, stop
.. at HILL'S
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A. I. WtLlAm. HURT SrRINSEIl..
WIJILIAMS, SPRINGER, &' CO.,
Fort Luptoa, N. T.
Will Ranch e .Stock on more favorable
terms than any other re7)oni6Je firm in
tli. cnmitrv. Sliir.lf nnd mprcliandilie
boutilit and soil at all times on favorable
R. II. Wlt.f.lAMS.
ATOIWEY AT LAW.
efflco in Sond Btory James' Blook.
Council Bluffs. Iowa. al-tf.
vv w.. 'U .Vi
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taddle iV 114 Harness tfaker,
-. . . :. Jj . ' -v !- :
couirt ?x iiv'rTB, Iowa.
aa)d keeps es kand everything
Breadwalv.betwoalt Mala aad Seott
iiraaiSjl ?!. Wufls.Jow.,-,,.
Afix JOfti--. . 'Proprietor.
THI8 Scsi l situaUd eentrally te the
ika Borti" 'tbeeitr ita apartmeuti
Std well T"'"i r.ei jriumg
rt k&s a& a Vol oomiort and eonveni.
MUM. ;- .
r w. t. Ums.
ftpJT rundor ind Bltit Book uaaa-
uriy'i.C"!' Hurl's, Iai. prepared
u si utfirimeci oi
I sx"'"'- " 8;,,
Vinhagen Sc Hornbostcl.,
WHeLK6ALB and Retail Dealers in
Fancy Groceriet, liqaora.fruita, cigars,etc
rii eecoua aireet, bt. Loui
tj 1 no
That beats gal '7;-
Asd tiiat from which no blei.iBg flowiy-
; Nono can by it bo known; y;! ' '
Dick Daily's Stump ' Speech.
" Rulesor Health.
Imprimis, never L'O to bed with
your feet sticking ont of the window,
particularly when it is rainiag or free
more man mree diits leet and a
alf a mince pie eaten at midnight,
win not cause the eonsumer to dream
f houria, paradises, accommodatinar
uanker.i, and other trood thinirs. At
least, they ore not apt to do so.
Never stand in a min barrel all
night. It checks prcspiratlon, nnd
spoils tho rain water for washing
JNever spank your children with a
band-saw, or box their cars with the
sharp edge of hatclret. It is apt to
effeet their brains. ..
Never stand in the hallkJwith the
door open, with nothing but yours-ise
or she rnise on, talking to a mend,
more than half an hour ut a time.
To enlarge the muscle of the arms
and legs, climh up and down the
cfeifmrey, specially if the house is a
fouf or "fiva Ptory one, three or fouv
timea bef oro breakfast; Is a chstrr -
crcise, aa4 gires a 'Tpwaoioiuj appetite
Jt-aj-a-he in cbudvtr . eouutea
ip.4..Tc,jatioi9 coinpUlnt,, Eojeure.t
at onco, pore a noii in me ijrnpanura
wiih a timlei, anT Wur ''a. oil nel
just Uereit of a mother's care. See
them as they gather at night around
the fireside, where they were wont to
receive their good-night kiss from her,
wno can nil that mother's place I If
spirits are permitted to hold commun
ion with their friends on earth, it
must be, a mother will watch over hpr
little ones she left behind. Her last
prayer on earth is for the welfare of
her children, and wiih what anguish
does she bid them the last f.irejwell.
as her spirit is about to take its flight
no me wninea world, laen for the
sake of her who is rrone. be kind in
the motherless little ones I " For n.
mother lost in childhood, srrieves t.hi
heart from day to dav."
Or even if her days be prolonged
ill the "evening of life," how hard
it is men to give her up. That dear
form, once erect, is now bent towards
i. . r i i. . . .. ,
mjc uer iiair is silvered o'er
with age, her step is falterins- still we
can hardly believe her growing old, or
uiinjc we can ever nart with her.
liut ere we are awnro of it, she is
gone forever from us. Yes! those
dear hands are folded peacefully across
ucr ureasi ; uiose eyes, whose delight
waH w gaze at the flowers she loved
so well, are closed in death. And
now as we visit the sacred mound,
wucre reposo tne remains of a dear
mother, may vc try to follow in her
looisteps, to he guided by her ex4prs,
we may then rest assured that when
we are done with this world it will be
well jejth us. ;
. pr JfED RTTLER
Fbllkr Citizens rrThis are a day
for the poperlation of ! Boonville, like
.. . .-11 H i 1 1 1
a boo lulled punet on n ricteriy iieu
roost to be looking' up, up ! ...A crlscis
has arirven an somethin's bust! j
Where are we ? here I is, an I'd
stand here an' expirate from now till
the day a' synagogues if you'd whoop,
for Daily, teller citizens Jerusa
lum'u to pay, an' we haint got any
pitch. Our hyperbolical an' majeslie
canal o' crcatim has unshipped her
rudder ; and 'he Captin s broke his
neck, an' the'ock 's div to the depls
o -ihe 'vasty oeap ' in senrcao ut
muns I Our viigwViu's torn to piec
Yes, lik a shirt on a brusk? fenco, an
isiy oi tnese art laiaues is a vanun
in' in a bluo flamo ! Are such things
to be did ? I ask you in the name of
the American haine, who whipped
Ws S, fHAWjrOBB.
8TREE7 & CRAWFORD, ; ,8 .
.y ..d .,.... , m ..r" '
Counetf 'fluff; mw. . ,, rf,:,-,-j 'mt lAf.r-
the nhsggy-lieaded Lion o' Great Brit- (a shot gun with them, put the muzzle
ain, and now sits t roostin' on the against your itomuch, and pull the
mnjnetic telegraph, if sich doins is a trigger with your toe. It saves a
golrr to be eongroniprafedl ; I-repea great deal f djsgust to tho gmllot, and
it Itfyoti in the iame o' Uiat f eaeocka paa iasw ia your mourn
.a. a. ."T j . . e.OW -1 i. t J
"iirts. II tiiecuiia seeps oacryin
other ear. - ''" '
Corns may be easily cured.- The
most torturing corn can at once be ex
tirpated as , follows : , Take ' . sharp
knife, find the joint of the toe where'
on the corn reside, insert tho knife
in tlio (itnioulation, pry off the too and
Ihrow it dwaji iwwill never returo
again, unless your dog brings it back
to you in his mouth. (Patent applied
, The habit of drinking can be cured
'by giving the drinker all the liquor ha
wnnU to drink all the time, u e know
of two, in our experience, who were
cured in three weeks. One jumped
out of a four story window, and rar a
curbstone into his head ; the other
didn't tret up one morning, and had
lis universal curbston growing oat of
Us head in theTrraveyard.-, y
j The best way to take pills of Bran
ileth'8 description, if you have twenty
or twenty-five to take, is not to make
them into. hash and eat them, bnt load
" Distance Tables
A correct Table of distances between Oma-
na and Denver City, giring all the prin
cipal camping places on the rou'.e :
Omaha to Little Pannillon 7
Thence to Creat Pappillon 5
To Spring Creek" 4
Klkhorn Bridge . , (i
Rawhide Bridge " . 2
North Bend.,,.,, .,..,..10
fbe!Crelt'''',i', 'J:' ''! -.'
Ruasopa JL . , . - - -
Skinner'.. , V . . .
K 'im-.ihU'yvai.L 11A -i 3 9 --'. w a conversi
' " V- J J - - - - - w
pj.Sne Creel; , . 1
u BALDITLirila DODCE, '
BANKERS & DEALERS IS EXCHANGE,
Collections made at current rates of Ex
change; Exchange on all the princlpa
Cities in the Union Bought and Sold, Gold
iSlouBtataa, i'.iWeeoitt-xiejnpai-an- u
eeusjf tiogyoggei m this fRship t,',,i Ic-wo1Ib!
1 -A .4r -a. Aftw . eL.ll t . - - t a. M ' XTo.
icdn-wallBg. l fial all., your Irainein
tfie.hu0A j-! .. r.;-';- . '." ,''
Umktkttm avct-fc;,iil,.!5r!tnD. i . NcTcr,sST5v.i,cstf whiskers With a
Dust Bought, Land Warrants Bought and
old, aad Enterel on Time.
Council Bluffs, lows, , nl-tf.
JUSTICE OR THtVTEACE AND
- Cresclnt City,' Iowa.
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tkUVn CUMTOlW ' .CALEB BALDWIN
CLIHTOa BALD WIH.
ATT0RNEV8 AT LAW,
TTtriLL practlclin all the Courts In
y V Western lowi and Nebraska.
Council Blutfit JJwa, nl-tf .-
At Shakespeare lays. "Shall we
bamboozlefied with such - unroitiita 4
oudaciousness? Me thinks I hear-yon
yelp "No, sir boss !" Then 'lect
me to Congress an' there will bV a
revolution, Feller Citiiens, if I
was standin' on the adamantine throat
of Jupiter, an' the lightnin' way
thomas prricia.; . w.ii.m.posxv.
OFFICE1 & P118EY
K-EilL ESTATE BROKERS,
tad Dealers ia laid Warrants and Ex.
ckaagf. . .. -
W ILL attend fr aeleetlon and Loca
tion of land Vweetera' lowr m,i
n'uk awbstartii Airsa,Uie p&rvii oi .tages 0 land
lntf , aa4 low I 01 rion-resiuenia an. in
ai-U. un-urce cr ciaiqi,
clashin' around me. I'd continue t
spout I I'm full o the bilin' latlidf
Mount .tnv. an t must howl Jtk a
bear with a sore Bead. Flop together I
lump in to the ranks an hea' ma
thro'l Feller Citizens You ks'o'w
me. an rip my lungs out with agnail
grab if J wouldn't slick to yerjjke
brickdust to a bar 0' soap. Where's
my oppoaent 7 nowhere ! He ain't
a catbird ' in a garret to me I I was
brought up among you, feller cittsetts
an' he was papped in a school hem,
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out 110 ma n gel nits nun iio ulju(-
lootin' words. . Mictum, atricturaal
broanlo, catnip urazil TaglooneyJ it'
Baffin's Bay !
What do jou thiik
that 7 ' .
Go it, J'orky ! root bog, or d-l-e!
As Shakspeel said whea Caesar stab-
collection am! oeu aim in me iioumo 0 ivepresoou
laichet.. ..Ulie best method of trim.
mna' to rss a redJiot iron gentl
over am. i'l he operation smooths
lcenjregulariy, giving the end of each
hair Smooth, crispy appearano.
t -MiaforHiR Hew many pleasant
assediioBi tluster sround the hallow-tdl'-iBiaaof
opo ad holy seens entwined areand
tha yrd.f Years may huve passed
siuca ne wept to rest; tall grass may
& erwWon her crave yet, with
rrtrj.q,wjDuld wo cherish hermem
orr.rlt aeems but yesterday that we
werMiJrntop;sther, witliout a mo
Air t oouujbcIus and guide our feet
ia the' ath of duty. But she is gone,
etna "( total Yinish oup journey; with-
out hr smil to gladen our pathway.
Te'iiomeanwe now look with sueh
fm(i.tnc Tv To whom ean we feo with
all rt trtaU and troubles ? . Suraly to
no eartll friend. Tbefe i vacancy
wbiAtt-eV'r 1,8 ,Wen7
v,.r frionds.. and their loss be
ma.! un to us. in a raeusure, hut 'what
1. hnra widiout a mother there ? , If
thr ia a ercue here at which angels
would weep.it is a group of little ones,
P.uste ils! Sua
Camp oii PLitte "
Edgartons (Lone Tree)
fiKoesaakcr's ' '
Grand Island City
Lambs , V... . y '
Moores :-' ' 'j'-s
Wood River Ctntr
Peck' r-- 4tj
Henry's do.. ' ! ( Y,
To the Creasinf (Ford)
Kearnev fiitw.i V
Sydeiihaui's Rnnahe .
Bnakespearea'-. p;, , ......
Catnpotf toad . v
Camp ' ' ' . '' '.,' ' r
Llvvatcr statiojj .
Fremont Springs '
Bob Williams' Ranchs
Mail 8l,i lion
Lower Crossing (Platte) '
Camp on Platto
Bijou "' . '
Kiowa , - - , v . f , ; 4
Fort t. Vrain -VUliaIng,
TABLR OV DISTAMCXS CONTINWD
, - Via Genoa Ferry.
A Gams IIorsb. Once on a'lime
a Yankee who was traveling through
Kentucky, had a line horse, vn& no
money. lie had taught the Minimal
. n 1' .1 . a. . .
iu lie uumi or Bii on iiis naancues
when the bridle was pulled 1 pretty
hard. Our traveler saw no wayf of re
plenishing his purse but by selling hi-t
purse but by selling his horse), and
this lie resolved to do tho first oppor
tunity. As he was going s!owlyafong
ho saw a hunter at some distance from
the road, whom ho rode ud to and'iac-
costcd. In the course of t e con versa
tion he told the latter that he iad an
invaluable horse to sell a horse that
would act precisely like a setter, when
he was in the vicinity of game.
Casting his eyes around, at the same
time discovering some fresh . rabbi
tracks, he gave the bridle a jerk.
The docile quadruped immediately
lay down. "There are some rabbits
here," said the rider, "I know by bis
ears." The Kenluckian, curio as ,t
test tho reputed sagacity of the hvVse, '
searched '-eround, and sure enough,
started three or four rabbits. But the
Yankee took the affair as a matter of
course. To make a loai? sterv short.
(he worderlu horse changed hanA?-.:
on the spot, three hundred dollar. IIm-
ing tho consideration. Hi new o'n-
er mounted him,. nd with character
istic hospital-?! the Yankee agreed to
accoevjany him home. They boon .,
csme to a Efreaui, which they had to
cross, and which was rather deep for
horsemen.. 1 Judge of the Kentuckian'a
dismay, when, on pulling the bridle iii h
the middle of the river, his steed sub
sided ia the running watereasifhe .
was a hippopotamus . "How is this?" i
he roared out, nothing but his head
visible. The Yankee who was mount
ed on the hunter's other horse, was
not disconcerted in the least, but re-
plied, coolly, Oh, I forgot to tell you
he is as good for fish as he is for rab- 1
bi(s VS l ' :;' : t
-'A Jkw Road ok th Rovt to thb j
Golb) Mikb.Wo : had , the jploaaa. '
iJc aure, to the upper cros 1
ing. ir cm iui ciaun tnaiDyuus . 1
road there7 ill be a great saving of I
distance over tte old road on the south,, -
side of the Ue, which follows the,"' .
bends ofMhe fives, whereas the
Cleveland to Monroe
Thence to Sauudcrs'
to Gonna Ferry
Camp on Loupe
Spring Holes to Right
Wells in Sandhills
Pond tl tha Left
" Prairie Creek" Cfooaiiii
fif Camp on Prairie Creik
f ; Crossing Vood Kivyat Johnson's
, , - A TailMaiCjENT, .
"Whore did I como fror Mother dear?''
A-child orled' while l play
"'Twin Clod who made iui soutyoa here,"
. '.Was all that she coi.ld say.
1 .1 . ' ... ; , .
"Where decs be livef "Beyond the ky,"
Again the uiothff said
"Then whon I foil, I woiider why
t It didn't break iy bead !"
If thou 4 friun'. would wish to find,
This one thiuy utrictly do Ih.u uilnd J
' - ; ' With goll Ihy purne to 611.
Then when a friend you chai.ee to nct,
You'll Dud '0 gold a friend iadeci,
To fooJ un every lUL. T . ... - .
tinn ni.k r. r.v O C' -.1 .
2 uvii nun v una a. tsnuvu, n moun
10 wmsrioiTLjpBie uuny year's experi
ence.. ;wid well Atiowa to all our citi
zens. From. him wf learned many
things of interests to us concerning
the country and the Indians, as they
were years ago." But what we wiu
to especiuly refer , to as a matter of
moment to the community, is the .new
road (hat Mr. Smith is having beat1
ed on the north side , of the 1V
frnra his nl ar.a at 'the mouth nf il
jo j bends oune fives, wnereas tne new
3 i road foilew8 a direct course. Mr. S.
says Jhutfthere is plenty of Wood, wa
ter, and grans on the road, and that it1
is .400 from sand , so troublesome on'
ilia old road at or about the' Fremont
Orchard. Mr. Smith is confident of '
j tie merits of the road, as he has per- .
u n : 1 1 ...
gisonuilj luapeuwm every rou I II, ye
Z 11V ftH uuw-."" -iiwj,.y(iu 11110
traveling poonc.wnicn wm soon UasVe
an opnortanily of testing u a-Uanta'
es, as tAe road is surveyed afril, biid,
es tve being ouiir on tne vanica;.
streams it crosscTfc J ' r , ' '
Mr. Smith conteifhilatea an exten.'
sion of the road from the Upper Crow
ing to the Oedar Bluffa on the North 1
Fork of the Flatte. , T.. . extension
will especially aocommi ate the travel '
j.V...og:iae itttssourrmer at any '"f
poir t -above the 'mouth of the Flatter '. t
as the distance will thereby be mae,,-;
rially lessened. ' . ' '
Apvios 10 tuk StaqistepcI.To t !
an ingenious youth who may beuow '. ,
meditating a plunge into that ucer- -i
tain, or rather, certain, "aea of trba- ,
bles," that shines and glitters in thei f
seductive aizle of tlie foot-lights to,
uch an one I,woulday : Go la MaT -ia
reality ' go to law go tjhyic, go y
to preaching ; go to Italy an(J strike a '
blow for liberty (if cause aad oppcr-' f' :
tunity offer) ; go to ar)ytbin6r any
where that will giye you aa; honest
and decent livelihood rather than go I
upon the stage To"any young lady '
with a similar proclivity I .would aay
Buy a aewlng-macliiae, and t'ke in ,
plain work, first t so shall you sv
yourself much1 awrow, fitter disa j; ;
nointmeaL and secret ta. 'E'u 4..' ...
from au Jldwy Jfuit Boot' - Ki ; f fm
A bxhfui printer refuso4 ? lilxx I. -
tion in a jirinhrig-offioejrh" "
were employed, aeylngOi'X
'set up" with a girl . .
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