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IThc JI2oIca.ii 'Harp.
Measure the breadth of the ivin
dow, or other position destined, for
it, says Harper's Bazaar, and make
a pine case to fit it in length, five
inches wide, four inches deep, and
of quarter inch stufT. On the ex
tremities of the top glue two pieces
of oak wood, about half an inch
and a quarter of an inch thick, for
bridges to which the htriugs are to
be fixed ; into ono of these fix seven
pcg6, such as are used for piano
Ftringe, iuto the other fasten the
same number of email brass pine,
and to these fasten one end of the
graduated strings, made of catgut,
buc'j as are used Tor guitar and vio
lin strings, and twist 'the other end
round the pegs. "Within the box at
each end glue two pieces of beech
or other such wood, about au iuch
Equare and the width of the box, on
which to rest the sounding-board
a thin board with a hole cut in' the
centre; place over the top another
thin board, supported on four pegs,
and about three inches from the
sounding-board, to procure a free
passage of air over the strings.
"Whcro possible, affix the harp iir-tn
window having another window
opposite to it. When exposed to a
currcut of air, and the strings are
attuned in unison, with the varying
force of the current, the melody
changes from soft low sounds and
diatonic scales, to wild but delight
ful and harmonious notes. Hidden
in some grotto or shady nook, the
effect of its sweet sounds is pecu
liarly delightful. The cases for
these harps may be cither extremely
simple or elaborately elegant; but
for the dwelling we would recom
mend a pretty pine-wood case,
adorned with spray-work, jculting a
monogram for each side, with tra
cery of ferns and sprays, and a bor
der of ivy leaves. Or, making a
walnut case, dccalcomauic desigus
may bo effectively applied; or
white-wood with paintings in India
iuk and 6cpia, or oil or water-color,
will be charming ; while, for outside
use, rustic oruaments arc most ap
propriate, and form lovely objects.
The pictures from Egyptian vases
and other ancient designs, as my
thological characters, figures from
books of travel, taken from relics,
etc., ancient Grecian, Chinese, and
Japanese art with borders of curi
ous conventional, vegetable, and
animal forms, will form proper em
bellishments for such cases.
A Terr Unjust Custom.
"James is naturally smart, and
we are going to give him an educa
tion, perhaps make n lawyer or
minister of him." "George don't
seem to get along well with his
book6 is rather dull and we shall
make a, farmer of him." "We have
heard talk just like this, and the
majority of people act upon this
principle, says the American Agri
culturist. It is rank cruelty rank
injustice, at any rate. It is giving
to the rich, and withholding from
the poor. If through the tault of
his parents, or otherwise, George is
less endowed with intellectual gifts,
he should have all the more done
for him to make np any natural
defect, by culture, by discipline, by
exercise of the mind, and thus place
him upon a par with his more gifted
brother. If a youth dislikes arith
metic, or any particular branch of
study or thinking, it shows a defi
ciency in that faculty, which culture
aud study should make up, and thus
produce a well balanced, mind. We
abominate tho whole system of
"elective studies," now so popular
in some schools and colleges, which
allows a scholar to mainly cultivate
those mental powers, in which he
is already most proficient. A rigid
course of diverso study planned to
dcvclopc uniformly the various fac
ulties of the mind, isUie one which
will turn out the best and most use
ful men. After a good general
ground-work is thus laid, and the
thinking faculties arc well and uni
formly developed, the final study
may bo directed to some specific
Hue, that will be required in a par
ticular business, -or professional
A Good Wire.
Georgo Comtc, tho English phren
ologist, soon after his marriage,
wrote to his friend Lawrence Mac
douald, the sculptor:
"I am very, very happy, and have
found the reality of matrimonial
bliss to go far beyond my expecta
tions. 1 have often told you that
with mo fortune has always, been
belter than her promise. And in
this last instance she has kept true
to her previous character. My. brain
was mtido for affection, aud,although
I was happy as a bachelor, there
was a vacuum which could not be
filled up a desire that was not sat
isfied. .My dear pot wife, as I can
her, has dispelled all these wants
and filled the void in my affections
completely. Further, she possesses
that exquisite balance between in
tellect and sentiment, aud that ad
mirable soundness, both of judg
ment aud feeling, that reudcr her
ever interesting to my faculties.
Sho loads mo with a genuine, single-minded,
warm affection, and
manifests a ceascleintercst in ray
person, affairs and'pursuits. There
is an ever-present delicacy, dignity,
tact and judgment in all that she
says and does which challenge my
highest esteem. I am thus gratified
in affection, delighted in intellect,
and not a little pleased in my feel
ings of ambition,, to haro ended in
obtaining so excellent a partner for
life. My enjoyment-is enhanced by
seeing that I tcm really rendering
hcrMwppy. " V '(
A Virginia woman, it is stated'
"has died from the excessive use of
tobacco, aged ono hundred years."
Dealers should be" arrested and
heavily fined for selling tobacco
aged ono hundred years.
"How nico the corn pops," said a
young man who was sluing with his
sweetheart beforcfire the. ''Yes," she
responded demurely, it's got over
being green." '
Proliablv Uinrft.-.s nnthincr' iiTHlifl
world'lhata-man resents so qniclcly-
auu so deeply as to find j-ou awful
ly busy when ho is perfectly at
Summer is reluctant to depart.
She clings like a yoiju" gi.l, whojs
positive that thjpcWcJc-bos not, yet
struck ten, and.whodoes.-not care if
U has. - - . - .,
ApIioriMius from Rotlic.
translated by c. c. s. '
"What else is the work of Christ,
than this, that he actually brings into
effect the Idea, after which aud to
which God has created Man?
How surprising it appears to us,
that in Jesus we find so absolutely
nothing of Contempt of mau !
If it is to be, iu the strict sense,
possible that God should bo loved
by us, He must become one of our
race, a Human Individual.
Before Christ we had heard of
God, in Christ we have seen him.
Only do not compel Christ to
conceal from us that God whom it
is His will to reveal aud set forth
God reveals himself by causing
the Sun (the view of him) to appear
for mankind in the firmament, not
by promulgating a calendar for
The Sun of Revelation stands in
Heaven. This is the main thing.
It gives light for all the world, even
for those who do not know that it
The book of Daniel is tho Apo
calypse of the Old Testament, aud
Tho Bible was not written to fur
nish texts for sermons.
It is involved in the essence of
Protestauisin, not to limit itself to
the Bible in regard to Christian
knowledge, but to view the whole
world, of .Nature aud History, as a
source of knowledge.
"Where else than in the New Tes
tament is there an absolutely chaste,
that is, an absolutely naive and un
affected representation of Christian
I find moro and more, that men
use the Scripture wonderfully little
for the end to which it is intended,
but think to make amends by using
it all the more to an end for which
it is not intended.
It is not just the same, whether
you say: I believe that I am recon
ciled with God, because the Holy
Scripture says so, or whether you
say: I believe the very same thing,
because this Jesus Christ says so.
Faith can never bring with It re
ligious salvation except as iu a Per
son, never as saith in a Thing.
Reward is not Pay. Eyen in hu
man relations Reward is inconsist
ent with a legal claim.
To be icorlhy of something is not
the same as to deserve it. The truth
that we have no merit before God,
docs not imply that we may not be
worthy before" God, that is, before
his holy Grace.
The most important means of vir
tue (means of grace) is the morally
ucveiopea uonimonweaiui. u
Ti .! A . . f
11 is uous pcrpciuii iaic, in nis
activity in Man, to. be misunder
O I how well is it with man,whcu
lie hearkens to God.
To have a God is in even sense
of the word a costly thing. Many a
one counts the price of it too dear.
Happy for us, that where our
thoughts end, those of God have
notycLfouud their goal I
Most men find their lives pattern
ed out in a way, such as they would
never have allowed themselves to
The Christian looks upon the the
atre of his past as upon harvest
fields, not as upon battle-fields and
Talk at Home. Endeavor al
ways to talk your host hefore your
children. They hunger perpetually
for the ideas. They will learn with
pleasure from the lips .of parent
what they will deem drudgery to
study in hooks; and even if they
have the misfortune to be deprived
of many educational advantages,
they will grow up intelligent if they
enjoy iu childhood the privilege of
listening daily to the conversation
of intelligent people. We some
times see parents who arc the life
of every company they enter but
dull, silent and uninteresting at
home among their chililren. If they
have not mental activity and mental
stores sufficient for both, let them
first use what they have for their
households. A silent home is a dull
place for young people, a place
from which they will ccapc if they
can. IIow much useful information,
on the other hand, is often given in
pleasant family conversation, and
what unconscious but excellent
mental training in lively social ar
gument ! Cultivate to the utmost
the graces of conversation.
IYIicxi to Sell.
The producer will profit more in
the end by expecting, upou tho ear
liest opportunity, a fair remunera
tive for his products and making
immediate use of the money they
bring, rather than holding on for a
specnlativc rise, running the risk of
a heavy fall, and losing the use of
the money in the meantime. An
exchange relates the case of a farmer
who made it a rule to turn his crops
into cash as soon as they were ready
for the market, whatever the price
may be. Sometimes he lost, but
more frequently gained, and experi
ence of thirty years convinced him
that he had made no mistake iu ad
hering to' the rule. This case can
doubtless be offset with innumera
ble instances where farmers, by
waiting one, two or three mouths
later than their neighbors, have re
alized extraordinary profits. But
no mau's experience is uniform in
that direction; and it is true of
speculation in "Wall street; the pro
portion of those who fail is ninety
to every ten -who succeed.
One may form an idea of the size
of the Vatican atKoine from the fact
that 30,000 troops might easily be
quartered within its walls.
"We have known many a man to
set around waiting for something
to turn up untiljbiit something-was
Lives of gvcat men all remind tis
lhaLthe average captain never feel
insulted by being called colonel.
MVictor Hugo is engaged in fin
ishing two new volumes of poetry.
They will appear next month.
fBAHI-S-. A DANA. Editor.
he goto 3tcfcUj t.
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Uremt circulation in the world. Kree. Imto
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The undersigned oilers at private sale
his farm two and a half miles north of
the city consisting of
0 ACR-KS OF I-.AH.n,
fifty acres uuder cultivation, and sixty
acres of as good hay land as can bu
found, and under :t "portion of it is a
very excellent quality of brick clay.
The" improvements upon the place are a
two-story concrete dwelling, 20x30 ft.,
n comfortable and convenient house; a
wind-mill: a large, substantial shelter
for stock; shed and yards lor hogS;
corral for cattle; granary;. tool house,
etc.. etc. Also
133 HEAD Ol? SlIEEP,
mostly cwcs,bisidcs horscs,eows, steers,
heifers, hogs, farming implements, &c.
The location is a very excellent one
for farming and stock raising near the
city with easy and quick acees to mari
ket; a fifteen'minutes' ride to the post
ollice, the railroad depot, the telegraph
ollice and church.
The site of the dwelling-house com
mands as line a view as can he had of
the country, for twenty miles in every
direction, and the place would not be
o Iff red for sale except that my increas
ing business in the city renders it
dc.-irablo to give it my exclusive at
tention. For further particulars call on or
Aaddrcss M. K. TURNER,
G-eo. T. Spocmer,
All work promptly attended to aud
Itcfcrs to the many for whom he has
done work. His motto in regard to
price is, Live and let live.
Tb Building of Cisterns a Specialty.
tSrifendquarters at the "Nebraska
House." Cull and see me.
HARNESS & SADDLES
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Harness, Saddles, Bridles,- and Collars,
keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
whips, Saddlery Hardware, Curry
combs, Bnibhes, Bridle Bits, Spur's,
Cards. Harness made to order. Re
pairing done on short notice.
NEBRASKA AVENUE, Columbus.
'MKS. W. L. COSSET.
Dress and Shirt Maker
3 Doors West orSIIIlman's Drue Storp
Dresses and shirts, cut and made to
order and satisfaction guaranteed. Will
also do plain or faucy sewing of any de
scription. IS PRICES VERY 'REASONABLE.
Give me q call and try mv w ork.
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SPEICE & NORTH,
Genera Agents for the Sale of
Union Pacific, and Midland Pacific
It: It. Lands for sale atfrom?n.00to?10.00
per acre for cfoh, or on live or ten years
time, in annual payments to suit pur
chasers. We have also a large and
choice lot of other lands, improved and
unimproved, for sale at low price and
on reasonable terms. Also business utid
residence lots in the eity. We keep a
complete abstractor title to all real es
tate in Platte County.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES!
A complete assortment of Ladles' and Chil
dren's Shoe kept on hand.
All Work Warranted!!
Our Motto Good stock, excellent
work and fair prices.
Especial Attention paid to Repairirg.
Cor. Olive Jiitd I'-itli Sin.
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HARDWARE, STOVES, IRON, TIN-
Ware,NNails, Rope, "Wogon Mate-rialG-lass,
Corner Eleventh and Olive
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS
PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
Keeps on hand all articles usually kept in a first-class Drup Store. Dealers
in surrounding country will lind it to their interest to purchase from him, as he
can and will give RED-ROCK PRICES.
Prescriptions Oarefullv Compounded.
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ISTA GOOD ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK.
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The Celebrated Diebold, Norris & Go's
(I-ate EicboIl & Iticnzlc,)
Fire and .Burglar Proof!
HAVE THE BEST RECORD OP ALL.
All leading. Eilroa d & Ezprssss Companies and Banks in theNorthwsst bo fa,
Not One Lost iii the Two Great Fires in Chicago; also preserved the contents
in every instance, at Independence, Iowa: at Central Citv, Col.; at
Oshkosli, Wis., and at all places have btood tho test, without failure.
AU Sizes lor sale and Made to Order.
County and Hank lVorlc a.
D. S. COVENT, GENERAL AGENT, CHICAGO.
WILL. B. DALE, Agent,
Ej:ie S-isfc ss X87S ? Fall Ssliesy,
Apple trees, in variety, 4 to C ft.. 8 year, Iowa crown, per 100,
Apple trees 2 yrs., grown in Antelope Co., a to 4 ft.,' per 100. $U
Siberian Crab, in variety, 3 yrs., 4 to 5 ft... ..:'.'....
Cherries, earlv and late Richmnnd. i n -
Plums; Minoe and Wild Goose, 4 ft.,
Concord Grapes, first-class. '2 year, per
RIackberry, Ivittatmny and Snyder. 2
uaspnerry. Doohttle, -Mammoth, Cluster and Philadelphia Red per
Gooseberry-IIonghton;2 vears .. .
Currants.-r-yictoria, Cherry and White Grape.Yvca'rp!".!."'.'.!!
Strawberry, T llson, Monarch of the West, per 100, 75 cents . . .
Pie Plant. Strawberry -Mammoth, (extra
Kilmunnek Weeping Willow, well formed heails, 6 fcet,'.'.'.l'.'.'.'.'.
A isconm " ' " u
Rox liider and bqft .Maple, 1 year, per
"White Pine and Norwav Somen. nnV fnnt
v Ot,l.,UKfcaf .., ....
Snowball, Flowering Almond, Lilac, purpic'aiid whitc,'2'ft"!!i,"!
Hoses, 3Ios8. June and chmbinjr. in variety " vear
Trumpet, Vine, Iloncysuckle, "VYistina and'-Vircinia Climber'."!!
r.on,e!: TulIs, Tube Roses and other bulbs. 10 to ...
--, iw ."ery Fa9 established one year ago, and I have a gnod asaorortment of
small fruit jrrowmz here, and have made arrangements with neiphbinx nurser
ies so that I can furnish anything in the above price-list. Parties cmraired in
fruit crowing will lind it to their interest to ffivc me a call before' btiyins of
..c 1? .fif"5nts.- J am Permanently located .here, and expect to do a home busi
""' satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited.
41J- J. 31, CAL,l,lSO!V, Colurubn, Nebraska.
A. W. LAWRENCE,
' AGENT FOR THE
Will hereafter be found THREE
DOORS SOUTH of the Tost Ollice,
where he keeps a full line of every style
PUMP. PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
As he keeps a rump House exclusively,
he is ahle to sell CHEAPER THAN
THE CHEAPEST, rumps for anv
depth well. Pump,, driven or repaired,
and Rods cut.
GIVE III3I A CALL AD SATE HONEY.
Retail Dealer in
Streets, Columbus, Nebraska
Retail Dealer in
Old Safes taken in Exchange.
Specialty. Price- as Iov as
can be -Viatic.
"iwn Vr'nw n
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year, nor 100. S5.00
1000, 52.30 .
Is conducted as a
Devoted to the best mutual inter
ests of its rcaileM and its publish
ers. Published at Columbus.Plattc
county, the centro of the agricul
tural portion of Nebraska, it is read
by hundreds of people cast who are
looking towards Nebraska as their
future home. Its subscribers in
Nebraska are the staunch, solid
portion of the community, as is
evidenced by the fact that the
Journal has never contained a
"dun" against them, and by the
other fact that
In its columns always brings its
reward. Business is business, and
those who wish to reach the solid
people of Central Nebraska will
find the columns of the Journal a
Of all kinds neatly and quickly
done, at fair prices. This species
of printing is nearly always want
ed in a hurry, and, knowing this
fact, wc haye so provided for it
that we can furnish envelopes, let
ter heads, bill heads, circulars,
posters, etc., etc., on very short
notice, aud promptly on time as
lcopy per annum ?2 00
" Six months 100
" Three months, 50
Single copy sent to any address
in the United States for 5 uts.
M. X. TTJRNER & CO.,
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TJrandec Gekmaud, Prcsrl.
Geo. "V. IIulst, Vice Pes'
Julius A IJekd.
Edward A. Gekkaiui.
Aiiner Turner, Cashier.
Sunl of Ooposii, SIcoiiuf
and K.xcli :111s: ?
Col Jccliotts lrom iJlyI!3n dc on
Pay Inleroht on Time I)po
SHELL CREEE MILLS.
MAriUPACTURERS & WHOLE
SALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR AND HEAL.
OFFICE COL UJfli US, 2sTEP,.
Dr. A. HEINTZ,
IIS; MEDICINES. CHEMICALS,
Fine Soaps, Brushes,
PERFUMERY, Etc., Etc.,
And all articles usually kept on Land bf
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully
One door Esist ,T jnIIeyM, on
SAMUEL C. SMITH Agent,
ATTENDS TO ALL BUSINESS pcr
taininin to a general Ileal Estate
Agency and Notary Public. Have in
structions and blanks furnished by
United States Land Office for making
tinal proof on Homesteads, thereby Hav
ing a trip to Grand Island. Have a larpo
number ol farms, eity lots and all lands
belonging-to U P. R. R. in Platte and
adjoining counties for sslc very cheap.
Attend to contesting claims before U. S.
; Office one Door Went of Hammond Hoaw,
. COLUMBUS, NEB.
F. IV. OTT, Clerk.
The Great Trunk I4no from, tho West to
Chicago and tho East.
It is tho oldest, shortest, most direct, convenient,
comfortable aDd in every respect tho best line yoa
can take. It is the greatest and grandest Railway
organization in tho United States. It owns or
2100 WILES OF RAILWAY
rUTXaiAX HOTEL CARS are run aloae
by It through between
COUNCIL BLUETS & CHICAGO!
No other road rnns Pullman Hotel Cars, or any
other form of Hotel Cars, through, between the
Missouri River and Chicago.
PASSENGERS GOING EAST should hear
bmlnd that this Is the
AND ALL T01NTS EAST.
Passengers by this ronto have choice of FIVE
DIFFERENT KOOTES and the advantago of
Eight Dally Lines l'alaco Sleeping Cars
from CHICAGO to
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK,
AND OTHEU EASTERN POINTS.
Insist that tho Ticket Agent rellsyoa tickets by
tho North-Western Road. Examine your Tickets,
and refuge to buy If they do not readorcr this Road.
All Agents cell them and Check usual Baggage
Free by this Line.
Through Tickets via this Ronto to all Eastern
Points can be procured at the Central Pacific Rail
road Ticket Office, foot of Market Street, and at
I New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, and at
all Coupon Ticket Offices of Central Pacific, Union
Paciflc, and all Western Railroads.
New York Office, No. 415 Rroadway. Boston
Ofllcc, No. 6 State Street. Omcha Office, 245 Farn
ham Street. San Francisco Office, 2 New Mont
gomery Street. Chicago Ticket Offices : 6J Clark
Street, nnder Sherman House ; 75 Canal, corner
Madison Street ; KInzIe Street Depot, corner West
Kinzle and Canal Streets ; Wells Street Depot,
corner Wells and Klnzio Streets.
For rates or information not attainable fretn
your home ticket agents, apply to
Marvix Ilfonirr, W. II. Stennett,
Ucn'l ilaus'r. Chicago. Ccn'l X'uss. Ag't, Chicago-
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SACKET & CROUCH,
The proprietors are practical miller,
attend to tho grinding themselves,
Kurnihed with the latest unproved
uineliinery, tliey are prepared to do all
CUSTOM II MflEHAiT IMI
RTE AND FEED
C HOUND EVEUV DAY.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
A'e make .evernl brand1 of
IP 1. O "&3L 9
15ut reronmiend to the trade our AT
IUON 31 ILLS
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It N a superior article made from
CHOICE SELECTED WHEAT.
Afull, frc.h supply of groceries,
STAPLE AND FANCY,
Just opened, and for sale at low-down
C37" Olive Street, oppowite ilie
oiLsrs: tsn, o5.sB'2'r-: 11:1.73.
Will k'ep on himd all kiurts of Fresh
and Salt 3Ieats, a.n Sauage, Poultry,
Fre.h Fish, ete., all in their sruon.
Caahpaid' fur Ilido!", Lard and Ba
con. V1LL.T. IMCKLY.
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Dealers iti Fresh and Salted Meat".
,tc. Town Lots, 'Wood. Hides, Sec.
J. RICKLY, Agent.
Columbus, June 1, 1".
S. J. MAHMOY, Prop'r.
Nebraska Ave., South of Depot,
A new house, newly furnished. Good
accommodations. Board by day or
weck'at reasonable rates.
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233"Sct a.,I'irt-Clai Xable.
3Ieals, 2j Cent. Ld-?ngs 20 Cts
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