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"Wiitten on the amiiversary'of the
death of A mm 1. UhjumoimI.
Atria' nr.' throng n-fen- f light
Hot lrn frHi th Mifnl abode;
ALd -v.ift sing! piiiioii- .-hall bear thee
Down tbe uhm-oii lut long -trodden
Anna! Anna: how dark i tbe time
Since thi-v bore tber, :i spirit, away,
Our hearts "bleed afrer-h, sad as bells in
Ah tbey tolled on that -orrowful day.
Anna! Anna! bow bright is that home .
With thee in its mansions of peace.
An angel to meet us tho far we should
"When liTe with Its labor shall eea&c.
"3Iother! mother! your Anna i here,
With lilies divine in her hand;
Sweet emblem of peace, they whisper
And joy in our new ummer-land.
"Mother! mother! 1 call thee apin,
Think not that thv lire-work is o'er.
My flowers are crushed with thy sorrow
And I sigh on that fair sunny shore.
"Mother! father and brother, I come
And look with rejjn-t on your fear.-;
A sadner.s N felt in that beautiful home
And my garment are damp with your
ratron, A'efc. M rs. Mabv B. Finch.
Editor Journal: In my last I
promised to note improvements in
our busy little city. A little over
one year back, it was scarcely
dreamed of by any one; now the
buildings extend one hundred and
twenty rods north and south, and
pretty close together on each side of
the main street; and some forty
rods east and west. Pretty well for
a one year old. Is it not? Tho
building this fall has been nearly all
on the north side of the railroad,
and consists of a fine large residence
built by Mr. Thelcn, the partner in
the drug store with Dr. Euglchard ;
this firm has also built a large fur
niture store. Dr. Euglchard has
built a large and costly residence,
and moved a good hou9C into town,
to rent; a good house has been built
b' an employee of the 11. It- Co. A
good meat-market building has also
been put up, and doing a fair busi
ness. Mrs. Uencdict has built a
good building which she occtipies as
a residence and millinery estabhsh
mcut, A. It. Day has built a livery
stable north of his hotel; a bakery
has been built, and now is in opera
tion; and a nice building is now
nearly completed, to be occupied by
our harness maker, as residence, sale
and work-room. The Congrega
tionalism have their church building
nearly finished, and there are quite
a large number of other buildings of
more or less importance, besides ad
ditions to others. Mr. Turnci you
would not know the country through
which you drove that Mock of sheep
some years back, were you to pass
through it to-day. The amount of
grain handled here is far ahead (1
have been informed by those who
ought to know) of any other point
on the road; tho business done in
"fat porkers" is also very large; and
this large business of course makes
business not only lively, but also
very profitable to all of our merch
ants that aro doing business here. A
very large amount of corn is now
An excursion train pas-cd over
the new extension of the E. V. It. It.
from Battle Creek to Oakdalc, Sun
day. It was an occasion that caused
the people to feel jubilant.
An oil mill and rope manufac
tory will be built on the Cedar next
summer, if there Bhculd be good
prospects for next year's-flax crop,
the seed for which has already been
The contract for building the
wing of the Stale House was let to
"Boss" Stout, of Lincoln, last week.
Messrs. Kilpatrick & Co., of Beat
rice, had in a lower bid, and their
bonds were signed by men repre
senting over $150,000; but the fat
must be kept in the ring, so Stout
was awarded the contract. Leader.
"We believe that Omaha will this
year prepare a larger quantity of
sugar cured hams thau any other
city of its size in the United States.
The sales of our packing firms ex
tend to the mountain region and the
Pacific coast, also in Now Orleans
and Cuba. "Nebraska Hams" have
become household words in the
The Omaha packing houses are
all ruuuing at full blast at present.
The weather is all that could bo de
sired, aud hogs arc coming in quite
freely. James E. Boyd killed last
year (Hi,000, aud this year will reach
100,000. Jtoddis & Thrall, the sec
ond house in capacity, aro now kill
ing 250 per day, aud aro prepared to
increase their work as fast as thoy
can get supplies of hogs to work
Messrs. Roberts and Boston came
from Iowa last woek and determin
ed to start a now banking house and
purchased the property of J. B.
Parrolt for that purpose; and ou
Monday a meeting was called to
invite Mr. Fred Gassman to enter
the same kind of business which
will make three banking houses in
our city. No one need say that there
is any fear of a monopoly in that
business. Schuyler Democrat.
With a vote in 1SS0 of 100,000,
Nebraska will take a seat several
places higher in tho National spell
ing class, aud begin to carry a little
more weight in "Washington than
she has for the past ten years. Some
of the boys at our public schools to
day will sit in Congress ono of these
days witfi a Nebraska delegation of
fifteen to twenty members. "West
ward the star of Empire takes its
way." Lincoln Journal.
in August, one-half the limbs of
current year's growth. This hard
ens or well ripeaa the wood growth,
and excites fruit buds. AVo had the
pleasure of seeing some peach trees
Town and treated in this manner by
F. M. Vancil, Bloomington, Frank
Iiu county, this State. The trees
were on high open prairie, bore
fruit this season, and were filled
with well developed fruit buds for
uext year. Another feature of peach
culture in Nebraska is, that this sea
son our best fruitage has been in the
Ulterior portions of tho State over
ono hundred miles west from tho
Missouri river, on our high prairies.
We refer particularly to Clay and
Franklin counties, where we have
visited in person. Wo are pleased
loo, to know that actual experience
h verifying a prediction wo made
years ago, that fruit can be success
fully grown in all parts of the State.
Plant trees and give thorn as much
attention as you ought to a crop of
corn, or a pig, or a calf, aud you will
... i n .k Imwn ff,.t "
111 UUU 1111IU uavu IIUll.
From the French ei'JLaiH-
put in cribs here by buyers, and wc
think the amount will surprise you
when I give the figures in the Jouu
xal, at the commencement of the
new year; and still nearly all will
keep plenty for the hogs and other
purposes. A cornet band has been
organized, and after a little more
practice, our city will have fine
music on all necessary occasions.
That jeweler that wc need here
(pardon me, Mr. Editor, but it is the
first time wc have had to ask twice
through the Journal, for the thing
we need) can have a corner in one of
our best stores. Now will he come ?
Wc hope that our farmers will,
this winter, agitate the subject of
raising flax, and arrive at some sal
factory conclusion, the result of
, which will be, that before seed time
;we Ehall see them investing in flax
seed. Farmers must sow something
a else beside wheat, oats and barley if
they would reach the goal for which
they arc striving, namely : Wealth
and Independence. And one of the
' 6urcst plans lies in diversity of crops.
Sow flax seed, and Harvard and
other towns in the couuty will reap
rope walks. It is nonsense to send
abroad for a single pound of rope,
when wc have everything at hand
'to make just as good au article as
can be manufactured anywhere, and
for as low price. And another point
to bo gained will be au increased
demand for everything they can
raise, for the men who are required
to manufacture the rope will need
something to live upon.
; The crv is often raised bv far-
? ... ... ...-
;mers, "Uiu mere is no use oi my
! going outside of grain, there is no
demand ior auyiumg, anu not even
J for the whcrt and barley we raise,
j sufficient to give us a decent price."
This is a weak argument indeed!
Raise less wheat, barley, oats, etc.,
and devoto part of your time to
I nnnt Iiincr p so. ami von will not
i,3umv..M...r , j ..---
'only get an increased price for your
grain, but you will more than be rec
ompensed by a flow of money from
other sources. Is the experiment
worth trying or will you continue
to plod along in the same old chan
nel and come out at the end of each
vea'rindebt? It is a fact that all
farmers cannot be successful cattle
and sheep raisers, but all can com-
rnd means sufficient to become
large flax groxrert Harvard Sentinel
Messrs. Clarkson have originat
ed a boom of their own. It's the
hay business, and a genuine boom
it is. They average three cars per
day from this placo, and about one
and a half cars from Richland. They
have four machines at work with a
combined capacity of forty tons per
day. We learn from Mr. T. S.
Clarkson that hay in the Lcadrillo
market is worth the enormous figuro
of .$150 per ton. This market they
are prevented from reaching through
their inability to secure transporta
tion. Schuyler Sun.
Wc arc informed by R. D. Bab
cock, that the planting of cotton
wood and box alder trecB on lands
ombraccd in timber-culture entries
is not a compliance with the act of
June 14, lS7S,or of which it is amen
datory. In nearly ever case in this
county, parties have plauted tho va
rieties of trees above referred to.
This decision was made by the Sec
retary of the Interior lately, aud
parlies having T. C. Entries will do
well to be on their guard, as nearly
every outry under this act is liable
to be contested. Hastings Gazette
We learn from parties just in
from the Republican Valley that the
report prevails in that section, aud
is believed to be true, that the B. &.
M. surveying party have found a
nine foot vein of coal, equal in qual
ity to the celebrated Wyoming, in
the extreme western part of this
state. The citizeus of tho valley are
jubilant in consequence, as well thoy
may be, for if true, it will give thorn
cheap fuel, as soon as tho road is
complete to where the miue is lo
cated, and materially reduce the
price iu this vicinity. Harvard Sen
tinel. This season MJncIe" Bailey, of
Ord, Valley county, has the pleasure
of eating fruit from his own orchard.
A number of his trees, standard and
transcendents, bore, which is still
additional proof of that success
which will attend the labors of any
careful person who interests him
himself in fruit trees. Mr. Bailey is
of the opinion that only a careful
study of the nature of our climate,
and of the soil, and the advantage
of that knowledge is necessary to
insure success. He has a grove on
three sides of his orchard, aud is
now preparing to plant a grove on
the south, to give it that protection,
which he considers necessary to in
sure the safety of his treos. The
experience of those who aro success
ful is worthy of notice. Howard
Col. R. W. Furnas says this
about raising peaches in this State:
"We are pleased to see a practical
exemplification of our theory of
treating peach trees, besides on our
grounds. We say our theory. It is
ours. It is an old theory long prac
ticed by most successful peach cul
turists. That is heading back
keeping low head trees. To simply
cut back in early September or late
Two men were neighbors, and each
of them had a wife and sovcrallitlle
children, and noithcr of them had
anything but his own labor for their
support, une ot tuesc men as
ill at ease within himself, saying:
"If I should die, or if I should fall
sick, what would become of my wife
and children?" And this thought
novcr quitted him, and it knawed
his heart, as tho worm kuaws tho
hoart of the applo in which it lies
Whilo the same thought camo in
like manner to the other father, he
never Btoppod thero, for said ho,
"God, who knows all his creatures,
and keeps a loving watchcare over
them ; God will wafck over me, and
ray wife and little ones."
And so it camo to pass that this
man lived happily, while tho other
nofcr tasted a monism's rcposo nor
a hoartfolt joy. Ono day while he
was working in tho fiold, sad and
depressed in spirit, becanso of his
fear, ho saw -some birds fly into a
bush, come out, aud soon aftor go
back again. Drawing near ho saw
two nests, built side by side, and in
each several little unfledged birds.
After he had returned to his work
from time to time he lifted up his
eyes, and watched the birds, who
were coming and going, bearing
food to the little ones. But while he
was looking, only a moment after
ono of the mothers had brought hor
beak full, a hawk swooped down
and bore her away in his talons ; and
shrill were tho cries that poor moth
er uttered struggling vainly under
his grasp. At this sight the laborer
felt his soul more troubled than
before; for said ho "The death of
the mother is the death of tho little
ones just so mine have only me
What will become of them if I an
taken away?" All that day he was
sad and sorrowful, and that night he
could not sleep.
On tho morrow, returning to tho
field, ho said, "I long to see tho lit
ones of that poor mother. Most of
them arc without doubt already
dead." And he bent his steps to
ward the bush. Looking, he was
astonished to see them all looking
hale and strong not one had even
pined. Wondering above measure,
he hid himself to see what would
come to pass. After a littlo time,
he heard a gentle cry aud saw tho
second mother bringing in haste,
tho food she had gathered. Perched
on the twig she divided to all tho
little ones alike. Slio had enough
for all. The orphans were uot neg
lected in their misfortune.
In the evening, the father, who
had so distrusted Providence, "told
the other father what he had seon.
And the other one said, "Why are
you anxious? God never forsakes
his children. His love has resources
which we do not understand. Let
us have faith ; let us hope on, let us
lore ono another, let ue journey on
our ways of lifo in peace. If I die
before you, yon will care like a
father for my children ; if you die
firaf, I will be a father to yours ; and
oven if we both die, boforo they are
old enough to take care of themsel
ves, they will have for their father
the Father which is in Heaven."
Prom the French of Lamennais.
John Wesley once was troubled
in regard to the disposition of the
various sects, and the chances of
each in reference to future happi
ness or punishment. A dream one
night transported him in its uncer
tain wanderings to the gates of hell.
"Are there any Roman Catholics
here?" asked the thoughtful Wes
ley. "Yes," was the reply.
"Yes," was again the answer.
"Any Methodists," by way of a
clincher, asked the pious Wesley.
"Yes," was answered to his great
In the mystic way of dreams, a
sudden transition, and he stood at
tho gates of heaven. Improving his
opportunity, ho again inquired:
"Aro thero any Roman Catholics
"No,"' was replied.
"Any Presbyterians !"
"Any Congregationalists ?"
"Well, then," ho asked, lost in
wondor, "who are they inside?"
"Christians!" was tho jubilant
Wholesale and Retail Dualerin
MIS! MIS! fMBIl
whitney a bkk wster
Light Pleasure aud Business Wag
ons of all Descriptions.
"We are pleased to inrite-the attentlo
of the public to the fret that we have
just reeeived a ear load of Wagons aud
Unties of all descriptions, and that we
are Tho sole agents for the counties ot
l'latte, Butler, Boone, Madison, Merrick,
Polk and York, for the celebrated
CORTLAND WAGON COMP'Y,
of Cortland, New York, and that wo aro
offering tlie wagons eheapnr than any
other wagon built of samo material,
stylo and finish can be sold fur in this
JSTSend for Cataloguo aud Price-list.
The Celebrated Biebold, Morris & Co's
Fire and Burglar Proof!
HAVE THE BEST RECORD OF ALL.
All leading EaJIrod I Express Companies and Sink in lie Kortbest be Hen,
Not One Lost in the Two Great Fire, in Chicago; alio preferred tbo eontoaU
in every instance, at Independence, Iowa at Central City, Col.; at
Oshko sb, "U'is., and at all place have stood the test, wlthout'fallure.
All Sizes for Sale and Made to Order. Old Safes-taken in Exchange.
County anil JIanIc Work u. Specially. I'rlcf.
tJoort Work can bo 31 uric.
ihoicsi: & CAM,
D. S. C0VENT, GENERAL AGENT, CHICAGO.
WILL. B. DALE, Agent,
The train hail pulled out. A
young man rushed breathlessly in.
The Oil' City Derrick tells the rest
of it: "Cot l.-fi did you?" "Well,
aiu't I here?"' ho responded. Then
ono said he could go across tho
bridge and catch it, and another
told him when l he next train would
go, and made various suggestions.
The chap looked at the disappearing
train a few moments, when some
body asked," Where were you
going?'' Then tho wickod fellow
sam : un, 1 wasn't going on it,
but there was a fellow on the train
to whom I promised to pay a bill."
H. P. COOLIDGE,
t'oi.snimw, : ib:himsia.
(J LASS, PAINT, ETC., ET1J.
The friends of the late George
Henry Lewes have founded in his
memory a scholarship for the en
couragement of physiological re
search, the only condition being that
the holder shall devote himself to
this occupation exclusively. The
student gets -1,000 a year for three
years, and the prize is open to either
young men or young women.
I conducted a a
Deroted to tho best mutual inter-
xts or it readern and its publMi
ern. Published at Columbuit.lMattc
county, the centre of tbe agricul
tural portion of Nebraska, it is read
by hundreds of peoplo east who arc
looking toward .Nebraska as their
future honu. It subscriber in
Nebraska aro the staunch, solid
portion of the community, a- U
.videneed by tho faet that the
Jouux.u. ha never contained a
"duu" against thorn, aud by th
thor fact that
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTER!!
ItAIIiWAT, f t
Th Croat Trunk X.ln from tho WMl to
Chicago and th. Ett.
It N tho oMei-t. shortest, moat 4ireL r.wnwl I
comfortable and in erorr retpet ta brt Ca yon
can take. It la tba greaUt and rrafxtot KiOn
orginlzation in tba Unltod State.. It own or
2100 MILES OF RAILWAY
1'DX.LXAX HOTEL OARS ar r ftUae
by It through btsrea
COUNCIL BLTJiTS A CHICAGO!
!fo other road rocs Pnllmta ITotal Can, or ar
otlisr form of Hotel Cars, throozo, betnruaa Hn
MlMotiri Hirer and Chlcso.
Corner 11th and Olive Sts.
The grnmluiii of a little four-ycar-ol
d'h ml heen telling her one day not
to say people lied, hut rather thai
they were mistaken. Her grand
mother, to amuse her, told hor a
hear story, which was a tough one
to helievc. After she had iinished,
the girl looked up into her face and
exclaimed, "OJrandma that is the
biggest mistake I ever heard."
The every-day cares and duties
which men call drudgery are the
weights and counterpoises of tho
clock of time, giving its pendulum
a true vibration and its hands a reg
ular motion, and when they cease to
hang upon the wheels, tho pendu
lum no longer moves the clock
stands still. Longfellow.
Blachnitlu an Wagon Mate.
AM. KINDS OK
Repairing Done on Short Nntico.
Bsegici, Whe:sj, .:., itjdj ta Oris:.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
"My boy," 6aid a solemn-visagod
evangelist to a hoy who had just
emerged from a hair-pulling match
with another boy, "do you expect to
rove hereafter in a land of pure de
light?" "No," said the lad ; "I've
burslcd another button off'n my
trousers, and I expects to got lickod
A. W. LAWRENCE,
AGENT FOR THE
VA'iLiI ' JJ'Ti.
"Wish I wore you for about two
houn," she said with great tender
ness. "And why, my dear, he askod
with considerable interest. "Ue
cansc," she said, toying affectionately
with his watchjehain "because then
I would buy my wife a new bonnet."
Josh liillings wisely says: "My
dear boy, always keep something in
reserve. Tho man who can jump
six inches further than he ever has
jumped is a hard customer to beat."
Up will hcrpaftpr 1p found on 13th
strppt two doors WPt of 31arhall
Smith's whore he keeps a full lino of
every j-tvle of
PUMP. PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
They also keep on hand
Furst & Bradley Plows,
SULKY PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, &C.
Shop on Olive Street, opposite Tntter
s:tll. COLiniHUS, NEB.
In it eolutun always brings its
reward. Kinliieas U hu.iness, and
thoe who vrlwh to ranch tho xolid
peopln of Central Nebraska will
And the columns of tho Jouunai. a
Or all kinds neatly and quickly
dona, at fair prices.. ThN speciet
of printing in nearly always want
ed in a hurry, and, knowing thin
fact, we have so provided Tor It
that we ciui furnish envelopes, let
tor beadi, bill heads, circulars,
posters, etc., etc., on very short
notice, and promptly on time a
Ashe koop". a Pump IIousp p.vcliiMrply,
he is able to sell CIJEAI'KK THAN
THE CHEAPEST. Pump for any
depth well, rumps driven or repaired,
mid Kod-i cut.
GIVE HIM A CALL AM) SAVE MOXEV.
Near Mnttliis's Bridge.
JOSEPH BUCHER, - Proprietor
JSTTlic mill is completo In OTory par
ticular for making the best of flour. A
xqunrcf fair bualacatf" ii th
1 copy per annum ....
" Sir montbw ...
44 Three months,
. 1 00
Sint'le copy lent to any address
in the United States for fl uts.
X. Z. TURNEE & CO.,
rAS3EXOERS GOIXO EAST botiJ Nwsr
fa mind that this is the
AND ALL POINTS 2AST.
pA?cn;crs !y this route hTO csotaa ti 7ITJC
niFFKKHXT ItOUTKS and th adaptor ii
Elslit D.illy IJncs raise SlaesXe ttirs
rroia CHICAGO to
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK,
AND OTHER BA3TEBN POCfTS.
InWt that the Ticket Agent selit jon tkk f
tbe North-Western Road. zaoia jonr Tlefeaef.
and refute to bay if they do not rd oyer thli rVt
AH Agents sell them and Cbocfc ntotl Bccpc
Free by this Line.
Through Tickets via this Ront toil) (Ura
Tolnts can be procured at the Central Ptella JUU
road Ticket Office, foot of Harket 9trt, mad at
t New Montgomery Street, San Frmclt, and at
all Conpon Ticket OQce of ( 'cntrai Paclfle, Dion
I'acldc, and ail Western Rallroada.
New York ORlce, No. 415 Drodwf. Be tea
Office, No. 5 State Street. Omaha OOca, US Tara
liim Street. San Francisco OCeo, 3 New Xoat-
roinery btrrct. Chicago Ticket OHee : M Ctark
: Street, under Sherman Bonis ; T3 Canal, ecraar
I ll.iltinnfitpii.t L'ln.Tn fit...t nAl MWU.VT.M
Klnzlo and Canal Street ; Wells Strt Capet,
corner Wella and Klnz.e Street.
For rates or Information aot aitaJaabU
yonr home ticket agents, apply to
Minvir Ilronrrr, V. IT. Kraanrrrr,
Uta-llI.iDE'r,Cl..cso. 0b1 Tim. A'u C4a
Thurlow Weed' Storj of Old
The conversation turning upon
Icadinp; rebels, Mr. Weed relnted an
anecdote of considerable historic in
terest. "When," said he, "California
was about to be admitted to the
Union, the slaveholders' party in
congress, as you know, were deter
mined that the state should not have
a free-state constitution. Then, on
the floors of congress, Toombs and
Stephens, of Georgia, threatened
what really took place in 1S61.
About that lime I called on Presi
dent Taylor at the white house, and
he said to me: 'Did you see those
d d traitors when you camo in ?' I
replied thai I had seen some gentle
men, Messrs. Toombs, Stephens and
a North Carolina senator. 'Well,'
said President Taylor, 'those were
the men I meant. But tho biggest
conspirator of all didn't dare to
come.' I asked him who that was,
and the president answored, '-My
son-in-law, Jefferson Davisl'" JV.
T. Cor. Boston Herald.
A poetess sings : "Tho' I wero dead
my hoart would beat for thee."
This would certainly be a "dead
beat," and it strikes us the poetess
assumes too much poetic license.
A man lias no nioro right to say
uu uncivil thing than to act one; no
more right to say a rude thing to
another than to knock him down.
"The light of other days" Flint
A clergyman, who was annoyed
by the squeaking shoes of his par
ishioners, remarked that some peo
plo had "too much music in their
One of the most wonderful things
in Nature is a glance; it transcends
speech, it is the bodily symbol of
A little girl suffering from the
mumps declares that she "feels as
though a headache had slipped down
into her neck."
Books arc meu of higher nature,
and the only men who speak aloud
for future time to hear. Mrs.
UU l SKL INSTITUTI
T. E. UI7CEELL, Ii. D.
D. T. KA2T7:7, X. 2
"What bird is iu season all tho
year round and extra when necess
ary ? The weather-cock.
Doctors never allow ducks on
their premises, they make such per
A social glass to which ladies arc
addicted The mirror.
3. D. HZ2C22, L 3., 1 1. C. SH'ICS, U. B.f ef Caahi.
Consulting Physicians and Surgeons,
For the treatment ofallclasse-of Sur
gery aud deformities ; acute and
chronic diseases, diseases of tho eye
aud ear, otc, etc.,
Mannjacturcr and dealer in
SAMUEL C. SMITH Agent,
ATTENDS TO ALL BUSINESS per
taininiii;; to general Real Eatate
Agency and Notary Public. IIav in
.stnictioiis and blanks furnlthed by
United States Land Office for making
final proof on Homesteads, thereby iar
iiiK a trip to Grand Inland. Harp a lare
number ot farms, eitr lots and all landi
belonging to U 1. It. K. in Platte and
adjoining counties for sale very cheap.
Attend to contesting claims before U. S.
(lOlrc one Door Wmt of IUinmond Hon,
E. C. IIocKKNnBitGXB, Clerk,
CITY MEAT MARKET,
OI.IVI? ST., OPPOSITE HAM.
Will keep on band all kinds et Freih
and Salt Meats, also Sausage, Poultry,
Fresh Fish, etc., all in their season.
Ca-ih paid for Ulden, Lard and Ba.
con. WILL.T. KICKLT.
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S. J. MAAHOY, Prop'r.
Nebraska Ave., South of Depot,
A. mw L&um, newlr furnished. Oood
accommodations. Board br day or
mtk at reasonable rates.
CENTEAL MAT MAM
."V 11 th STIIEET.
Dealers In Fresh and Salted Mtati.
Ac. Town Lots, Wood, Hides, ftc.
J. UICKLY, Agent.
Columbus, June 1, 1377.
Wooden and Metalic Bnrial Caskets
All kinds and sizes of ICotcs, also
has the ole right to manufac
ture and sell the
Smith's Hammock Reclining Chair.
Cabinet Turning and Scroll work. Pic
tures, Picture Frames and .Mouldings,
kintr-'dass Plates. "W alnut Lumber,
, etc. COLUMBUS, NEIL
TO JCC00 A YEAR, or
?5 to $20 a day in your
own locality. 2io risk:.
omen uo as wen ai
men. Many made more than the amount
stated above. No one can fail to mak
money fast. Any one can do the work.
You can mako from TjO cts. to 2 an hour
by devoting your evenings and spare
time to the business. It costi nothing
to try the business. Nothing like it for
the money making ever offered before.
Business pleasant and strictly honora
ble. Header, if you want to know all
about the best paying business before
the public, fend us your address and we
will send you full particulars and pri
vate terms free; samples worth 5 also
free; you can then make up your mind
for yourself. Address GEORGE STIN
SON & CO., Porland, Maine. 4Hl-y
Vt Cent. I LdgiD2 . 35 Cts
ay at bomo madn by
not required; we will start
you. Men, women, boy and irirls make
money faster at work for us than at any
thing else. Tbe work if light and pleas
ant, and such as anyone can go rijrht
at. Those who are wlae who ee thN
notice will seud us their addreies at
once and see for themselves. Costly
Outfit and terms free. Now In the time.
Those already at work are laying nj
laree sums of money. Address TIJUK
A CO., Augusta, Maine. 4SI-y
WIND MILLS AXD TTAOOJri.
AM) 1 TUI.L LIKB 07
.Goods sold chtap for eath.
SIGN OF BIG AX, Hth STBBHT,
SPEICE & NORTH,
Oensral Agunti for thi ! tf
I'Min I'arific, and 3tidland raclfl
R. R. Land for sale at frBin ?3.00to$I0.M
pt-r arre rtr e-b, or on flr or ten years
time, iu annual pnymenti ta unit pur
chasers. We bnb alto a large and
choice lot of other lands, Improved and
unimproved, for "ale at low prlco and
on reasonable torms. Also btMnen an
re-ldenco l.ts in the city. W korp a
rompletti abtmctof title to all real -tntc
in l'latte County.
tliOQ A w"EEKlr
WJJ 'n give th(
FARM FOR SALE
k.-Vi ISO acres of (rood land. M
acres under cultivation, a
eood house one and a half
story high, a good ttoclc range, plenty oi
water, and good hay land. Two miles
east of Columbus. Inquire at the
Pioneer Bakery. 473-6m
f JT Operators, Teaohex.
n your own towa.
pital risked. Tab
the business a trial
without expense. Tbe best
opportunity over offered for those will
ing to work. You should try nothing
eNc until you cc for yourdf what yon
can ilo at the business we offer. K room
to explain here. You can devote all
vour time- or only your spare time to the
business and make great pay for every
hour that you work. Women make as
much as men. Send for special private
terms ami particular, which we tnall
free. $" Outfit free. Don't complain f
hard timed while you have suh a
chante. Address II. IIALLETT CO..
Portland, Maine. 4SI-y
BE OF GOOD CIIEEU. Let not thi
low prices of your products dis
courage you. but rather limit your ex
penses to your resources. You ean do
so by stopping at tbe now homo of your
leliow uirmer, iviiitc jou can unu goou
accommodations cheap. For hay for
team for one night and day, 25 cts. X
room furnished with a cook stove and
bunks, in connection with tbo stable
free. Those wishing can be accommo
dated at the house of the undersigned
at the following rate.-: 31eals 25 cents:
beds 10 ceHts. J. IS. SENECAL,
yx mile east of Gerrard's Uerral,
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