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Brcalila Colt.
I have hail considerable experience
in liamlliug colts, ami have conic to
the conclusion that the training CI
prefer that word to breaking) can
not begin too early. I have adopted
the rule of haltering ray colt at ten
days old, and lead it at the mother s
side whenever I drive her. I have
never found any trouble in leaching
a colt to lead in this way, aud long
before it is weaned it will be per
fectly halter-broken. I have just
brought up from the pasture a colt
that was two years old in April, to
give it a little training. This colt
was halter-broke and led at the side
of its mother when sucking, and it
is now as docile as any hoise on the
farm. A boy sixteen years old,who
is living with me, harnessed it a few
days ago, and, after driving it round
the yard a short time, hitched it to a
spring wagon and went oft" alone
with Ft. I should not have allowed
it had I known what ho was about,
but he came back with the coLt as
gentle as my old carriage horse.
This has been about my experience
with colts that have been taught to
lead and handle when young. It is
easy to accustom a colt to have the
harness thrown on it, and chains
wrapped around its legs, or to have
pomcthing'fall from its back, with
out its being frightened, and if these
things are ever learned it must be
when the animal is young. 1 be
lieve that it is rasy to so train a colt
that if the hold-back come loose on
a hill, aud let the buggy against it,
instead of being frightened and run
ning away it will brace itself and
stop the buggy. 1 remember iwice
being placed in a condition of great
danger, with a spirited inure that I
had trained from a coll, and if I had
not acrusloincd her to ju.-t such
treatment av. I recommend, I should
undoubtedly have been sou-rely in
jured or killed. The instance were
these: I was approaching the Miami
l.iver, on a turnpike, and had just is tor ami wl
fniiPil .Imvn .1 lnn- winding hill. ' ("abnel will miss them or notice
" - - - - -r" 'i
Advice io n. !'oifW IInu.
Kcmcmbc;;., my SOn, you have to
work. Vrhother you handle a pick
or a. pen, a wheelbarrow or a set of
books, digging ditches, or editing a
paper, ringing an auction bell or
wriliug funny things, you must
work. If you will look around you,
son, you will sec that the men who
arc most able to live the rest of their
dajs without work, are the men
who work the hardest. Don't be
afraid of killing yourself with over
work, son. It is beyond your pow
er to do that.
Mon caunot work so hard as that
on the sunny side of thirty. They
die sometimes, but it's because they
quit work at 0 p. m. and doirt get
home until 2 a. in. It's the interval
that killF, my son. The work gives
you an appetite for your meals, it
lends solidity to your plumber, it
gives you a porfect and grateful ap
preciation of a holiday.
There arc young men who do not
work,iny son ; young men who make
a living by sucking the cud of a
cane; whose entire mental develop
ment is insufficient to tell them
which side of a postage stamp to
lick; young men who can tic a neck
tie in elcveu dill ere ut knots and
never lay a wrinkle in it, and then
would get into a "West Hill street
car to go to Chicago ; who can spend
more money in a day than you can
earn in a month, son, and who will
go to (he sheriff's to buy a postal
card, and apply at the o flic. of the
street commissioner for a marriage
liconse.
J)ut the world is not proud of
them, son. It decs not know their
names, even ; it ..imply speaks of
them as old So-and-so's boy. No
body likes them, nobody hates them,
the great busy world doesn't even
know they are there, and at the
great day of the resurrection, if they
do not appear at the sound of tho
trumpet, and they certainly will not
unless somebody tells them what it
is for and what to do, I don't think
over a fourth of a mile lomr, when j their absence, and they will not be
one of the bolts by which the shafts
were attached to the buggv dropped
out. That side of the shafts dropped
on to the marc's heels, and whenever
I attempted to rein her in to slop
her, the buggy would run against
her. I went fully three hundred!
yards down the hill before 1 could
get her checked so that it was safe
for me Jo jump out and catch the
wheel and stop the buggy, but I ho
mare made no attempt to kick or
run. The other case was this: 1
had stopped at the top of a long hill
with a load of wood, aud when 1
stepped on to the doubletree to
rlimb on to the load, the stick I took
hold of, to pull myself up by, pulled
out and 1 fell with my head between
the mare's heels, ami the stick came
rattling down over the ehaius on top
of me. If she had started at all the
wagon would have run over me, for
I was exactly in front of the wheel.
Now I do say that every horse can
be trained to do as mine did, but I
do say that if it is ever done it must
be while it is young, and that whal
sent for, or waited for, or disturbed.
Things will go on just as well with
out them.
So find out what you want to be
and to do, son, aud lake off your
coal and make a dut in the world.
The busier ou arc the less deviltry
you will be apt to get into, the
sweeter will he your sleep, the
brighter and happier your holidays,
and the better satisfied will the
world be with you. llawkcyc.
ICcIatiic Ag;cof .Vsinsais.
hV. ASTOUNDING DISCOVERY.
An Instantaneous and Perpetual
Fire "Without "Wood or Coal.
A correspondent has sent us a
startling letter from Miss L Betam
Edwards, from which we give an ex
tract ; "I send you the following par
ticulars of a recent scientific inven
tion, just patented, and destined
without doubt to play a very im
portant part in our economic history.
I think it may be regarded as a so
lution for once and for all of the
great coal question, not only among
ourselves, but abroad. .!. Lourbon
nel of Dijon, the celebrated lion and
panther slayer lighted upon the fol
lowing discover' by hazard, and
after six years persistent investiga
tion brought it to entire workable
perfection. lie discovered, by means
of two natural substances, inexhaust
ible in nature, tho means of lighting
and maintaining a fire without wood
or coal ; a fire instantaneously light
ed and extinguished ; a fire causing
no dust, smoke, or trouble; a fire
costing one-tenth at least of ordina
ry fuel ; and what is more wonder
ful still, a fire the portion of which
answering to our fuel is everlasting
that is to say would last a lifetime.
M. Bourbonncl's invention compre
hends both stove and fuel. The fires
could be on the minutest scale or
on the largest. They would be used
for heating a baby's food or for
roasting an ox. Heling lighted in
stantaneously, they will be a great
economy of time. M. BourdouucI
at oucc patented his invention and a
body of engineers and savants from
Paris visited him, and pronounced
his discovery one of the most re
markable of the age. He has had
several oilers for the purchase of
the patent in France, but wants to
sell it in Kngland, his occupation
being in another line. Any KnglNh
gentleman or firm wishing toseehi-s
fires or stoves, could do so by writ
ing to him a day or two beforehand.
II is address i M. Itourbonucl, Dijon.
1 have seen these fires and
stoves. There is no mistake about
the matter. It is as clear as possi
that here we have a perpetual and
economic source of fuel. Two hun
dred years ago the discoverer would
surelv have been burned as a wiz-
This is what Hubert G. Iugcrsoll
says of the women : "I tell you wo
men are more prudent than men. I
tell you, as a rule, women are moue
truthful than men ten times as
faithful as men. I never saw a man
pursue his wife into the very ditch
and dust of degradation and take
her in his arms. I never saw a man
stand at the shore where she had
been morally wrecked, waiting for
the waves to bring back even her
corpse to his arms ; but I have seen
women do it. I have seen woman
with her white arms, lift man from
the mire of degradation and hold
him to her bosom as if he were an
angel."
A widow, sitting by a cheerful
fire, in a meditative mood, shortly
after her husband's death, sighed
out, "Poor fellow I how he did like
a good fire ! I hope he has gone
where they keep good fires!"
A young lady's hat blew off Sat
urday morning and was run over by
a broad-wheeled cart. The ribbons
were somewhat soiled, but the hat
is now the very latest fall shape.
The best cure for low spirits is
business. One-half of the melan
choly you run against is caused by
indolence and feather, beds. The
best fun in the world is activity.
A young lady ate half a wedding
cake, and then tried to dream of her
future husband. Now she sajs she
would rather die than marry the
man she saw in that dream.
The world owes us a living, but
the only way we can collect the
debt is to take oil' our coat? -and
END SPRINGS,
PLATFORM SPRINGS,
WHITNEY .t BREWSTER
SIDE SPRINGS.
Light Pleasure and Business AVag
ous of all Descriptions.
We are pleased to invite the altentlo..
of the public to the fact that we have
just received a car load of Wagons and
Buggies of all descriptions, and that we
are the sole agents for the counties ot
Platte, Butler, Boone, Madison, Merrick,
Polk and York, for the celebrated
CORTLAND WAGON COMP'Y,
of Cortland, New York, and that we are
oflering these wagons cheaper than any
other wagon built of same material,
style and liiii.su can he sold for in this
county.
23rSend for Catalogue and Price-list.
JOHN WIGGINS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu
4l-tf
IflOlCS-. A: CA-.-
Columbus, Nebraska.
HARDWARE,
mAwmmi
The Celebrated Diebold, Norris & Co's
(-.ate Iic..o..I & --.icnzlc,)
Fire and Burglar Proof!
HAVE THE BEST KECOTJD OF ALL.
All leading Railrod & Espres3 Companies and Sanker3 in tta Hor .brat m fa,
Not One Lost in the Two Great Fires in Chicago; also prerwrvwl Um cmnu
in every instance, at Independence, Iowa; at Central City, CL; at
Oshkosh, Wis., and at all place have stood the test, wUlratit'ftillHr'e.
All Si.es for Sale ami aladc to Order. Old Safes taken in Exchange.
County and Bank IVorl- a Specialty. Price as low
Good lVorlt can lc 3atlc.
:im
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SSSSSSgXOVES,SSSSS:J
SSSSSbSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
TI-IIS SPACE
IS RESERVED
-IOK-
takc it out of the
Whitehall Times.
world" hide.
the colt is taught
it never
fpiyots I hare no faith iu the the
ory that a colt should never he put
to work until it is four years old.
Of course, we must exercise judg
ment and not strain our young
horses by pulling them haul, but I
voc no more reason v hy :i colt sho'd
do nothing until it is full grown,
than a boy, and every boy works
Irom the time ho is twelve or four
teen years old. A well grown colt
can be used for light work from the
time it is thirty months old aud
made to pay its keeping, and if good
judgment is exercised it will be all
the better for it. One thing is in
dispensable in training a colt, and
that i. that you control your temper.
The man who will got angry, and
jerk and whip a colt, i not lit to
have charge of it, and need not ex- i
pect o render it docile and obedient.
Cor. Practical Former.
Tito -Livin; -loom.
Xo matter how plainly furnished
it may be, if it lias a uimy expos
ure and is made beautiful with
plants, the liviuir room becomes n
place of ret for mind and Jiody.
If it ha a b:iywindow, it i. rich
in beauty. "N'c can hang no pictures
on our wall which can compare
The average age of cats is 15 years ;
of squirrels and hare?, 7 or S years ;
rabbits 7 ; a bear rarely exceeds 20 ;
a dog '20; a wolf '20: a fox 14 to 1G;
lions are long-lived, the one known
by the name ot Pom pry. living to the
age of 70. Elephants have been
known to live to the age of 100 years.
"When Alexander the Groat had con
qucrcd Porn, king of Indh, he took j
a great elephant which had fought
valiantly for the king, and named
him Ajax, dedicated him to the sun,
and let him go with this inscription :
"Alexander, the son of Jupiter, ded
icated Ajax to the sun." The ele
phant was found with this inscrip
tion 330 years after. Pigs have been
known to live to the age of 20, and
the rhiuocerous to 29; a horse has
been known to live to the age of 02,
but average 25 or 30; camels some
times live tolheagc of 100; stags arc
very long-lived ; sheep seldom ex
ceed the age of ten ; cows live about
1G years. C-ivicr considers it proba
ble that whales sometimes live 1,000
years. The dolphin and porpoise
attain the age cf.'lO; an eagle died at
Vienna at the age of 101; ravens
have frequently reached the age of
100: swans have been known to live
ID IIIU it,: "I -" .til. .11.111'. I'-M ji.is j
lliP slc(!i'tnil of .1 ev!i f tin f illninoil I
the asc of 200 years. Pelicans are cll'i
long-lived. A tortoise has been j It i not enough Io arm ; yonmust
known to live to the age of 107 year. I hit.
I Would you be strong, conquer
vourself.
ard.v J.nvdon Athcna-um.
Tlio-c Who liarc SSeeeiretl
l-i..i.
Genera! Grant, timing his famous
tour around the globe, now happily
ended, was received with distin
guished honors by the following
prince, potentates and powers of
the earth, besides many others not
mentioned:
Queen Victoria of Kngland.
King Lcoppold of Iielgium
TlicKhcdivoof Kgypt.
The Sultan of Turkey.
King Humbert of Italy.
Pope Leo XII I.
President rdcMahon of I'Yancc.
The Kin" of Holland.
Emperor William ol Germany.
Prince UNmaick.
King Oscar of Sweedcn.
The Emperor Alexandria of Ihi
hia. The Emperor Kraiici"! Joseph of
Austria.
King Alfonso of Spain.
Piesident Grevy of Krance.
M. Gambetta.
Viceroy Lyltou of India.
King Thcban of China.
The Emperor of $i:im.
The Mikado of Japan.
(nrniKiic ErorrIt.
One ha only to die to be pr.ii-.cd.
Handsome apple are sometimes
sour.
Little and often make a heap iu
time.
It i- easier to blame than to do
'Couldn't you lend mo $?"
Yes, 1 could but I won't." 'Then
do you think I wouldn't pay you
back?" "Yes, you would, hut you
con dn'l."
-.
We sec what a man ha, and nvy
hit. ; but if we saw how little he en
joyed we would pity him.
H. P. COOXiIDGE,
HARDWARE DEALER,
N EMU SKA AVKNl'K.
IRON, TliWAM,
2&1
D. S. C0VENT, GENERAL AGENT, CHICAGO.
WILL. B. DALE, Agent,
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA
1870.
1879.
T1IK
NAILS. ROPE,
Wagon Material
LUEBS&SOHHEIBER
Nalure knows no patise in prog
res and development, and attaches
her cure to all inaction.
He who puts bad construction
upon a good act reveal hi own
wickedness at heart.
Some hearts, like evening prim
roses open mol beautifully in the
shadow oflife.
Hc knows enough who know how
to be silent.
-tfag3t-i5v.j
GLASS. LW1XT, ETC., ETC.
Blacismltts and Wagon Mabrr.
9
U.I. hl.N! OK
Kenjiiring Done on Short Notice.
Esjjies, V.'ajei:, Etc., Hide tc Order.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Corner 11th and Olive Sis.
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2.H "- Uy r-
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Tiny :il-o kf-cp on IiiiihI
Fursi & Bradley Plows,
SULKY PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, &C.
Shop on )lii Mrrct, opposite Tatter--ull.
COU'31 HI'S, NEB.
EAGLE MILLS,
COLUMBUS, NEBRASICA.
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Neai M.'itthis's IJridc.
JOSEPH BUCHER. - Proprietor
JSTTlu1 mi i 1 i coinpli-lf in cery par
ticular Tor niakinir tlie I-t of Hour." 'A
Miiar, Tail' Iu.itl,x,, i the
motto. 4.V1-V
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YOU BET."
dJoluu(bn$ Jounuil
l- fomlUL'tfd as a
FAMILY NEWSPAPER,
Dcvotud to the host mutual inter
ests of its readers and it-s publish
er. . l'uldl-lnsl .it (.'iilunihiH.l'Iatte
county, the iitrt' of thi .t;riMiI
tnral portion of Xrhraka, it N read
ly hundred of people e:it who are
looking toward Xehni-.ku a1 their
future home. It -ulerilKT in
Nebr:"l:i are the tuuueh. olid
portion of the community, :f i
evidenced hy the fnet that the
.lOCKN'AI. ll.l- llet-r lOlltaillti! .1
"dun ugahiot tliein, and liy the
other fact that
ADVERTISING
In it- column-, alwayt !rin it-
reward, ltiisinest i hiiMiie-, aiitl
those who with to reach the tolid
people of (,'ciitral Nchratka will
ihul the eoluiuiit if the .touitN u a
pleiutid medium.
JOB WORK
(if all Liiidt neatly and quickly
done, at fiiir price-.. ThN itt't-ie-
of printing it iiciirly alwayt want
ed in a hurry, and, know in thi
fnet, we have -o provided for it
that we evn :urni-Ii envelope-, let
ter head", hill head, circular,
posters, etc., etc., on very short
notice, and prompt!) on lime :i
we promi-e.
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN
Tho Great Trunk Lino from tho "West to
Chicago and tho East.
It is Iho oldest, shortet, most direct. con-l.-nt.
comfortable and In ercry rcpect the beK Vm tuh
can take. It is tho greatest and praadest Kattwa
organization la tho United States. It &w or
controls
2100 MILES OF RAILWAY
PULIJIAX HOTEX. CAKS aro ran aloao
by It through between
COUNCIL BLTJITS & CHICAGO!
Xo other road rnns Pnllman Ilotcl C'arj, or any
other form of Hotel Car, through, between tku
Missouri IUvcr and Chicago.
SfiEB3liG
SUBSCRIPTION.
A. W. LAWEENCE,
AGKXT FOR Till:
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A. Vs;'faSU Citi-ioily.
A romarkahlc freak of vcjrctublu To change aud to lie bettor aro
lias appeared iu tlio ''rounds of II. !. two different UiiiiL'S.
Tal man. at Worcester, Mass.. in the. JC very body know.- good ennncel
sliapc of a potato -vine Inch J except liini tliat liath need of it.
bears tomatoes. It appears to j Uetter free in a foreign Iain! than
be a mixture of the two veireta- a slave at home.
ble. and i- aeeouiileil for ly the ' There i no good iu preaching to
fact that a strong tomato-vine from j to the hungry.
ehancc-?ovn seed grew in the same i Charity ivc? itself rich, hut eovel-
li ill Willi the potatoes, and the po- outness hoards itclf poor.
lien of the two plants became mixed, j Speak Utile, speak trnlh: spend
$6
6 A "WEEK in your own town,
and no capital rUkod. Yoii
can :ive the butluptt :i trial
without expense. The he-t
opportunity ever oil'crcd for tho-e will
ing to v,-ork. You should, try nothing
ele until you see for jourtelf what you
can do sit the buMiies"we oiler. Xb room
to explain here. You can devote all
your time or only your spare time to the
nisine:, and make irreat pay foreen i
lour that ou work. Women make a- f
milch a- men. Send for tpecial ri:ile '
terms and particular whieh we mail
free. $" Out lit free. Don't complain of
hard timet while ou hare such a
chance. Addrest II.II A Ll.ETT ,t CO..
Portland, .Maine. -II-y
VA KMKKSI
With the picturet lying outride our uiiioriiinaiciy utu vine? wore pnil- t nine, pay eaJi.
ample window, llo.sy dawns, gold, j ol 1 before the peculiarity of the j
ca-heartcd .sunsets, the teuder green ' ?rowth wa? noticed. Some of our j 15.oks. Hooks arc never so nee
iihI cltaiiin-tiuts of Spriiiff. the ! agriculliirMs may derive a valuable j eary as in the wane oflife. In
J"tT i
Klow of Summer, tho pomp of An- j suj-'gcMion from lhi. As both po
lumtT the white' of lVinler, i lu, 111'1 o"ito re of ihe Rol.tuacc.i.
etorm and shine, glimmer and J "". ' ' ,lot impoiMc Hint one
gloom-all these we can have and i i,,0,l bc fijriilizi-il by the oilier, and
cniov while wc sit in our sheltered ! cmmkab!e economy of labor might
I.: OK GOOD OIII-El..
O low iirieet of vour nrodue:
mA.i. nt il.nnlisiti.rinr viLirrolU nn. ; "c eueetetl ii careiul and scicntilic
w--.-.' --- -- -5 f-. .-
XTv rtr.ft aim l.Aro-iHv liini.v in il.ir.- I rUIUVailOIl
rooms: they bring depression of
spirits, imparting a sense of ron-
finenicnt, chilling to energy
-hould produee a plant
childliood we arc busy with toys;
iu youth with pleasure; in manhood
with action: and so may dispense
with the delight? o. reading with
little ooncioune5t of loss. jut
when at last we arc too wise to be
Let not the
dit-
i eottratre vou, out ratner limit your ex
penses to your roourees. Ton can do
m) hy .ttoppin at the new home of your
fello'w farmer, where you can lintl j?ood
accommodations cheap. For hay for
team for one night and day, 2."i et"s. A
room furnished witlPa cook .ttove and
hunke. in connection with the ttable
free. Those wihin.r can he accommo
dated at the house of the undersigned
at the follow iuic rate: Meals . cents;
hed lOecntt. ,J. U. SENECA L.
mile cast of (ierrard't Corral.
co s. v iti s rs
o; a 1 0 ' v a i 1 1 -' a c
LAND OFFICE,
SAMUEL C. SMITH Agent,
ATTENDS TO AM. lU'SIN'ESS per
t.iinii.inir to a general Ilea! Estate
Agency ami Notary Public. Have in
.structfoiit and hlauks furuithed h.v
t'nited States Land OH'u'e for making
linal proof on Homesteads, thcrchy sav
ing a trip toOrand Il:iud. llavca Iar.e
uumherot farms, citv lots and all lauds
beloiitiiirto U 1. It. 11. iu Platte and
adjoining eountiet tor ale very cheap.
Attend to contesting elainit hcfiire V. S.
Land ofliee.
Ollli une Dnnr Wtt if iljmmoiiil llnutf.
COLUMBUS, NEB.
E. C HocMixniMici:!:, clerk.
speak" (ieriuall
CITY MEAT MAEEST,
o x
oi.sve: .vr.. sasi'r: bsa.h
.ISO.'JK j.:oi'sk.
Will keep on hand all kind ot Ereh
and -alt Meat-, alto Saiitaije, Poultry,
Kreth Fih. etc.. all in their scaon.
C.-i-li paid lor llidet, bard and l'a
con. WIM..T. IMCKI.Y.
----&f
WIND MLLL,
He will hereafter he found on 115th
street two doors west of Marshall
Smith's where he keeps a. full line of
everv stvle of
PUMP., PIPE, HOSE.
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
1 copy per annum
' ' Siv montliH
Three month-.,
$2 00
. 1 00
Sin;!e eopv sent to anv addrpt.s
iu the riiited State- for.Vots.
M. K. TURNER & CO.,
Columbus, Nebraska.
IMSSCNOETiS GOING EAST ihoiUbc-r
iumli.d that this 13 the
BEST ROUTEqlCHICAGO
AND ALL rOINTS EAST.
I'i sc-:e.3 by th. ronto have c-oke of FI K
Ull't'LlClvNT KOCTES and tha aaraaUjK bt
i-As.ni Dally Lines l'alace Sleeping Can
f.ou. tHUAUO to
PHILADELPHIA AND HEW YCRK,
AND OTnER EASTERN POINTS.
bi-i.-t that tho Ticket AgeBte elU yea tkk U by
i lie Notth-Western Iload. EzamiBe yr Tle.vt.
mh1 n. f o.e to buv If they do not read orer tlrM Icwd.
All Avnls (ell tlrcm and Chcclc usual Bagg-
Krt-e by th;a Line.
Through Tickets via this Route to all KarH
Foint can be procured at the Central i'acMe Ktl
rtNuI Ticket Office, foot of JIarket Street, and at
i New 31oni;oracry Street. Saa Francisco, and at
ell i onKn Ticket OCkes of Central Pacific, Uatee
1 c i:Ic, and all Western Railroad.
iw York OSke. No. 415 liroadtvay. Bottaa
Oak. No. 5 State Street. Omaha Oie, 2t5 Kan
haia Stwt t. Fan Francisco Orlcr, U New Mmi
oinery Street. Ctecago Ticket OtSt-s : Ol Chi.
Strict, amier Sherman Hoa.'e : 75 Canal, comer
Med toe Siwt ; Kiitzie Street Depot, coraer Wt-t
Ki:ii and Cinal htrecM ; WeJIs street Depot.
. . : t Writs and Kiazle Streets.
r.T rates or .-formation not -dtMalaaMa ttmm
j o ..- tume ticket ageBU, apply to
3If.vi'c Mtoi.tTT. H. H. Srxrr,
l. 1 M Mi'r. CkHstco. deal Vat. A-i. t-MMBt-
0O3.tTiv5:-3TrS
STATE BAlSTv,
ZzzttKZiz '.: Cefr.fi i .! .ii. Zz;ar - Est.
COLUMBUS. NEBRASKA.
CASH CAPITAL, -' $50,000
GUS.A. SCKROEDER,
IB.LKIt IS
As he keeps a I'tiinii IIouteccliltirely,
e it able to sell CHEAPER THAN
for anv
epaireil.
THE CHEAPEST. Pumps
depth well. Pumpt driien or
and Rodt cut.
-(,--
DIRECTORS:
Leavpei: r.Eici:.i:r.; Pre'?.
(Iko. V. IIui.st, Vice Pfea't.
JULIL'H A I(KKI.
En WA lift A. (..KlIKAICIt.
Aiinki: Tlm.'.veh. Cashier.
(.'IVL' IIM! .1 CALL AMI S.VK 310XCV.
A.Mi--:Ri:c'Aisr
M.DI.AL I mm INSTITUTE,
a?gisSm&Zil i 1
-Ae'--t-M -
-K18
-iftf V
Itiink ol I'ui..
ii ii4l B.4'!iaii'.
Sieoiinr
HARDWARE,
Stoves, Tinware,
PUMPS, PAINT,
-XI A rvu. I.IXE K
AgricHHural Implements.
Cmm- ld chr tp for ak.
SK.'X OF MU AX, II Hi STISBHT,
ro i.ifm bus, xmtitoiSftAi.
SPEICE & NORTH,
Collection. 9'i'onip.Iy rtlnl on
all loIn..
Pay fin tercet on 'J'liuc B-oS'
It-. T.l
'ener.nl Aet' fr th .nle f
I
I Real Estate.
cliarincd witli baubles: too earnest-
...i .1. t i.i ? - .. i
which suouHi ueaiijoin: nniuioc :u i i. i;l.-in,l -.,.;n. ....., . i.i . I
tlin rontt anil 'ood toniatoct on tlif !..... .,. ., .'''... i t? ftniw vi n-nA C.i-.wt
tmi,..-.S-ii-ji-f.7fl-JW-iioii. CJ IMcaMirt- oi sense; lOO .V( CO lC UXtVU W ftiiU WCVAUWUi
(--- -. -.v - . , ..... . -.
mil i - - - ; lomi oi repose io eiKiure tne noise
.i
lBlnAL I
j ox ami .vrsssiarr.
i
I Dealer in Fresh and Salted Meatt
I tfce. Town Lot-, AVood. Hide, &e.
.1. KICKI.Y, Agent.
! Coluiubiia, June 1, 1877.
vigor.
Iu:ht
rloouiy
is .joort
house.
.Jojt, ;irnl E'oI:tct:o.
' of the bustliii'' worltl ; thou it is that
Itutiu the
cheer. Even in :t
where walls ami furniture arc iliiijry I use of tobacco by jrrowing boys is
aud brown, yon have but to lake i full nf danger. J.eccnt. Invcsliga
dowu the heavy curtain-, open wide j lions especially in France have
the window, hang brackets on cither i demons! ruled that n whole train of
side, set flower-pots on the brackets ' nervous di-eascs aro to bc traced to
and ivies in the pols, let thn warm J this practice. If you waul to stop , jcctthcdiill, and snub the long-wind-
sun stream freely in to bring licnlth growing, if you want a set of nerves
to onr bodies and jov to our -onl. that are like those ol an old lady, if
you uii-h to rrow feeble and thin, if
, , , i vou wish to look sallow and puny
"How much for the broad-faced J j do not know any bettor way than
chicken on the fence?"' inquired an i to smoke tobacco. It will make a
Irishman of a farmer. '-That" not a I drain on your nervous system whieh
chicken; iis an owl," replied the will bc sure to tell after a while. Let
',.. , ' , -. , us hope that if a thousand bovs read
farmer. "I don t care how ould he jiRj sorne of ,hem wJ1, h'c .Ved
is;I waut toJiiy , him' said the from forming a filthy habit which
Irishman. "" liio. L men regret.
l'liy.ticitins are, well agreed thai the i bonk are felt to be the truest and
most agreeable of friends ; compan
ions who neither contradict us with
arrogance, insult us with bad man
ners, nor love us with prolixity. For
wc can cherish the entertaining, re
ed with the utmost without giving
pain. How pleasant, when life is in
the "sear and yellow leaf."
An English boy wa- beating a don
key uiimereifiilly,wlrcn the minister
ofthepaiith coming up, censured
him for cruelly. The iioy resent
fully retorted: "I'm sure yo nccdna
care; it's nanc of your congregation."
K. 1). SHEEHAX, Proprietor.
EJTWhoIcsale mid Retail Dealer in For
eign AVinet, Liquor and Cigari., Dub
lin Stout, Scotch and I-nj.Ii-.il Ale.
1ST Kentucky Whiskies a Specialty.
OYSTERS in their .season, by the ease
can or dish.
11 tli Street, Sontli of Depot
CALIFORNIA WINES.
-.in. TO:.,
S155SSI.75
A GALLON
-AT-
SAML. GASS'S,
Klftrnth Strt.
rva .- Jfj-S.
MONTH guaranteed.
t home made bv
riotit. Capital
not required; wc ill start
you. Hen, women, boyt and jrirlt maLe
inoney faster at work for lit thau at any
thinif'eUe. The work i li'-fht and pleat,
ant, aud such a anyone can jro ri.ht
at. Thoe who are wise who see this
notice will end ut their :u!drejtcs at
once and see for themselves. CotIy
Outfit and ternit free. Xow it the time.
Those already at work are layinr up
lar;e sums of nionev. Address Tit 17 J.
,t CO., Aujfiist.-., Maine. -181-y
abi. . 4tly i . Mat '
Plfiiais ifl sran.
J. C. ELLIOTT.
.(.KM H)U I UK
I'iimjii l'arilkr. hI Ml4.mt reii.-
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Oll.lJll HliU ill 1 U iJifH.raereforea.il, r oh Kre M ttt r-rt
r.in)- II.LATINfi FKF.D MILL,
tlinc.it. .iNHU.il MVWHRtt t fiiii mir
ebaert. W'r baxr l-o lru ail
, choice lot f rtl-r Ih4h, imprttvut ai.
And All Kinds of Pump, i 3 aUUST.IS
. . . . -
retuiHee mm im tae rnj. wm Krp i
eM.tet nlMriMt of lit t alt pw.-tli -
late i I'tittt' i'ttiint..
ft-K
'0-.LM.--W. ?.H-
A GOOD
FARM FOR SALE
JrV iT' IStI acres of good land, 80
IR!f4Rj3 acres under cultivation, a
ffi--J'iirfe- good house one and a half
story high, a ood stock range, plenty ot
water, and irood h.iv land. Two miles
I east of Columbus. Inquire at the
Pioneer Hakery. 473-Gm.
.. 2. 1:22:22, k. s. i ;. :. iizmzz, a. a , ztcsiti.
Consulting Physicians and Surgeons,
For the treatment of all elate ofSur
gery and deformities ; acuto and
chronic disease, ditcatt-t of the eye
anil ear, etc., eie.,
Columbus, Neb.
gf-i trTin'TO WW A YKAI.,or
SC I l II If' to 20 l:y " foiir
WJ. U JJ "vu locality. Xo risk.
Women do as well n
men. Many made more than the amount
stated above. So one can fail to make
inoney fast. Any one can do the work.
You can make from ."0 et. to $2 nn hour
by devoting your evenings and spare,
time to the business. It cots nothing
to try the busines. Nothing like it for
the money making ever offered before.
Business pleasant and strictly honora
ble. Iteader, if you want to'know all
about the be-t paying business before
the nubile, send im vour address and we
;ii ...11 I .:..!..- I ...I
Will HeiUI 4UUJ11J1 lill IMUIill t illiu Jill
vate terms free: samples worth $ also
free: you ean then make up your mi nil
.:: ir . .1. !., nrrnnv ctiv I
tut utll-cil, ..uic;3i9 iji r.vi.v. i 7...i
SOX A CO., rorland, Maine. 4.si-y :
3ROC.i-IST
IXD -
PUMP MATERIALS!
AI0 -
Challemje Wiml id Peed Mills,
Combined Shelter nad Grinder,
Malt Mills, Horse Powers,
Corn Shelters and
Fannimj Mill.
Pumps KepuirLM. oil Sliort Notice.
Farmers, come and examine our mill. ,
You will tind one rrerteil mi thepremises '
ofthe Ilnniiiiond House. In jrood riinnlut j
order. 1
NEKRASKA Hfjuski iNew Stock.
A full, fre.h sttpplj f $rrtH
STAPLE AND FANCY,
NEW STORE
ax
S. J. MARMOY, PropV.
Nebraska Ave., South of Depot,
coii;:tiiii;s. .i.it.
A new house, newly furnished. Good
accommodation. Hoard by dtty or
week at reasonable rates.
iStTSc-l. a Firxt-Cluxs Table.
Meal?,. ...25 OeDt.s..-Lcduiii-s....25 Uts
3.S-2tf "" f
Just opened, and for ?ul it lo-4ov u
prices.
J3T Olive Slree., ojo.-it tlie
Talter-.all'
JAMES McALLlSTEK.
Book-keepora, Heportors,
Oientors, Teacfters,
v SW .S.r wSrjS' r L-r' W
Qxeat-Xercontllo CoIIerc.KooknkJcvja
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