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YSr Way of Order..,
Ed. Jouhnai.: In reeling Schill
er' drama Die Pjccoi.omim, the
other day, I was htrucfc by the
pa&sfjfB of which I send you an
original translation. Of course an
incomparably. better one is to l
found in Coleridge's version of lUs
fjtvat play, which, with i!fa srqucl.
"Wam-ensteins Tod, is find to be
almost the ouly famous poeni of
wliich there exists n translation
equal to the original, since it is one
of the few cases where- the transla
tor of a great poem has been him
self a great poet. Hut I thiuk that
something ofttho nobleness of the
original shines eveu through my
The verses deserve to be laid to
heart in thc.-e days, when wc bear
eo much sneering contempt express
ed of a policy which trusts for the
removal of disorders in some parts
of our country to the patient ad
ministration of well-considered law.
"Wheuerer things at the north or
south do not go quite so smoothly
as could be wished, whenever wc
arc frightened by Socialism, or the
ghost of dead Slavery, wc hear
quite too many cries for "the man
on horseback," as if wc were not
Anglo-Saxons, but Frenchmen "of
twenty-eight years ago. Wo are
born to a heritage of law, which, in
its ascertainable and uninterrupted
form, goes back nearly six hundred
years. How shamefully unworthy
of us to be every "now and then
calling out with hsdf slavish, half
babyMi petulcnce, for a dictator, or
a Femi-dictator 1 try President llaycs
and try that incarnation of pol
ished billingsgate, Wendell Phillips,
by these grand lines, and judge
which most fully justifies them.
The firm pressure of n steady will
behind a system or steady law is
what wc need, and what wc have.
even though the friend of Grant
and Butler of the evil eye, with most
ludicrous iuappositcness, tries to
brand him as a rude and blundering
My son, let us the strict and ancient
Not lightly hold! they arc of precious
Are weights which man, finding him
Hun? on th' oppressors rash and heady
For ever was rude will most terrible
The way ot order, though it pass through
Is yet no by-path. Straight on goes the
Tremendous course, straight goes the
Quick, by the nearest way, docs it ai-
And. cru-hing, clears a way, to crus-h
My son! the highway, which is trod by
Along which busings pass, tLis way
The course of ctrcaiK, free beudlngs of
Winds round the waving field, the hill
The settled bounds' of heritage, with
And thus, though later, surely finds
For the Jocknal.
Looking Oawartl to he Kail
Where is the man that doc not at
some period of his life, feel a desire
that the winding up oi all may be a
beautiful ending? That he may
leave behind him some sweet mem
ories in the minds of such as knew
him best. Fathers would you
not leave some sweet memories
behind with your sons and daugh
ters? .Mothers, let me admonish you to
exert yourselves to impress the
hearts of vour loving 6ons and
daughters, that you were striving
to love and serve God as well as
your family in your day. My lov
ing mother is dead, and in a grave
five thousand miles ft way, but'oh!
how sweet to my memory to-day
are the words and prayers of my
"The time is short then be thy heart a
To ever j one that needs thy help in
Soon thou may'st need the sympathy of
Thy time is short,
Yes. time is short.
ir thou hast friends, give them thy best
Thy warmest impulse and thy purest
Keeping in mind, in word and action
That time is short,
Thy time in short-"
flrudins OtTn Lawyer.
Rufus Choate, in an important
marino assault and battcry-at-sca
case, had Dick Barton, chief mate of
the clipper ship Challenge, on the
stand, and badgered him so for
about an hour, that at last Dick got
his salt water up, and hauled by the
wind to bring the keen Boston
lawyer under his batteries.
At the beginning of his testimony
Dick bad said that the night was
'dark as the devil, and raining like
"Was there a moon that nijrht?"
"Ab, yes! A moon"
"Yes, a full moon."
"Did you sec it?"
"Not a mite."
"Then how do you know there
was a moon ?"
"Nautical almanac said so, and
111 believe that sooner than any
lawyer in the world."
"What was the principal luminary
that night, sir."
"Binnacle lamp on board the
"Ab, you arc growing sharp, Mr.
"What have' you beeu grinding
mo this hour for to make me
"Be civil sir. Aud now tell me in
what latitude and longitude you
crossed the equator?''
"Sho, you're joking?"
No, sir! I'm in earnest, aud I
desire you to answer me."
"Ah you refuse to answer, do
Yes I can't."
"Indeed! Yen are a chief mate
ofa clipper ship, and unable to an
swer so simple :i question?"
"Yes, 'li; the simplest question I
ever was asked in my life. Why, I
thought every fool of a lawyer
knew there ain't no latitude on the
That shot floored Rufus Choate.
Another One Shelled Oat.
We are favored with another com
munication from Dr. Shelly this
week. The subject that the Doctor
is trying to wrestle with U a big
one. In fart, he might continue his
articles of justification, pacification,
or explanation, or any other mild
term that anyone pleases to call
them, for the remainder of his term
of office, and still the average citi
zen of northern and central Nebras
ka would have no little trouble in
understanding the bottom facts that
led the members from the State
to vote an appropriation to build
a State house in the southeast corner
It makes very little difference to
the tax-payers whether money that
has already been collected or money
that is to be collected is to be used
for the Slate house. The main
question is that Lincoln is far re
moved from the center of the State,
aud is not the place where the per
manent capital should be. Money
expended in the erection of public
buildings there will in a very few
years be virtually thrown away. It
is not for the interest of the north
ern portion of the State to put
any more buildings at Lincoln, or
do anything eNe that will prolong
the grip of this Utile burg upon the
capital of the State. This U the
view taken b' the great mass of the
voters of both parties in this por
tion of the State, aud the vote of the
members of the northern distiict in
favor of this appropriation is not
generally approved of. 2iiobrura
f J. 25. fie nut or.
Next year the clause in our Con
stitution providing for allowing the
electors of the Slate to express
their choice at a general election of
the United States Senator, will be
given practical effect, and the ex
perincnt will probably attract con
siderable attention throughout the
country. If it performs what has
been expected of it by its friends, it
will tend to tone down the bitter
ness of a legislative election, to se
cure a better class of law-makers in
a Senatorial year, and to obviate
the demoralization and corruption
of members of the Legislature by
transferring the nomination from a
legislative caucus to a Stale Con
vention. The following is the sec
tion in the new election laws that
gives effect to the Constitutional
Skc. 9. At the general election
immediately preceding the expira
tion of the term ofa United States
Senator from this State, the electors
shall by ballot express their prefer
ence for some person for the ofiice
of United States Senator, the vote
be canvassed and returned in a man
ner hereafter provided.
Section 51 provides that (he votes
cast under ihis provision shall be
returned to the Legislature in sepa
rate packages appropriately endors
ed, and shall be canvassed in the
same manner as arc the returns of
votes for Governor and other State
officers. Lincoln Journal.
A HOKRIBLE FATE.
Sr. J. 3t. nth Kal.il!) Ilurard While Trjln?
to iSevuc Ills Ilorvsi from a Burning
The following dispatch was re
ceived from our special correspon
dent at Juuiatalast night, after we
had gone to press:
Special to the Daily Journal.
Jr.viATA. March 27. A most hor
rible affair occurred south of town
this afternoon, on what N known as
the Cuhiinr fai m. Mr. J. M. Death,
a respected citizen, was horribly and
fatally burned in his stable while
tryimr to rescue his horses from
the flames. The stable caurht from
a prairie lire. The stable, four
hordes, and the unfortunate man
were all burned.
This is one of the most horrible
and distressing affairs that has ever
occurred in this vicinity. Mr. Death
had been a resident of this country
for but a few months. He was al
most sixty years of age.
Another gentleman was assisting
Mr. Death in burning a fire-guard
around the premises, but a strong
wind swept the flames over the dry
prairie with such rapidity that it
jumped the fire guard and in a mo
ment the stable was in flames. It is
thought that Mr. Death was in some
way injured by one ot the frighten
ed horses and thereby prevented
The news of the terrible affair
was immediately telegraphed to his
friends in his former home in Lake
county, Ind., and a son of the un
fortunate man will arrive in s few
days. Hastings Journal.
fit is very well," said a henpeck
ed husband, when told to look after
the children ; "it's all very well to
tell me to mind the youngsters, but
it would suit me better if the youug
stors would mind me."
Tea, Thank God, "We Havo Cap
tured the Capitol!
Washington, March 16. South
ern members received copies of the
following from a Mississippi jour
nal, the Southern Stales:
"After' u struggle of eighteen
years in war and politics the con
federacy has at hist captured the
cnpilol Washington Republican.
"Yes thank God, we have captur
ed the capitol, and in 1SS0 our man
will walk up the White House steps
and take his seat in the presidential
chair. Then will our glorious
triumph he complete; then will we
proceed to tear your amendments
from tho constitution, and trample
them iu the mire; then will we
break the shackles you have forged
for the free sovereign and indepen
dent commonwealths of the Union ;
then will we recognize the right of
sescssion,a right that is not dead but
sleeping. Then will we decorate the
capitol with the pictures of Davis,
and Lee, and Stuart, and all the
glorious leaders of a cause that is
not lost, but living still. Yes, thank
God J we have captured the capitol,
and from that coign of vantage pro
pose to rule the republic in a way
that will make yonr radical laws
and your radical leaders forever
odious to America.
A Methodist minister in Escx Co.,
Mass., was promised a salary ot $100.
By digging clams and making shoes
he earned $200 last year, and his
flock withheld that amount from his
Query for real estate owners
How can a man make the most of
his property when it's leas't.
Wo have blank note books, for
sale, in books of 100 each, suitable
for threshers, mechanics aud others
for work and labor; also the com
mon form, aud the note "pajable at
Columbus State Bank." Also re
ceipts in book form. M. K. Tui:
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Q f 3
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The undersigned oflers at private sulc
his farm two and a half miles north of
the city consisting of
cso a:x5h:.s or .a:,
fifty acres under cultivation, and sixty
acres of as good hay land as can he
found, and under a "pm'Un of it is a
very excellent quality of brick clay.
The improvements upon the place are a
two-story concrete dwelling, "20x30 ft.,
a comfortable and convenient house; a
wind-mill: a large, sub-tantial -belter
for stock: shod and yard lor hogs;
corral for cattle; granary; tool house,
etc.. etc. Also
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mo.ttly ewcs.bc.Mile horses, cow, steers,
heifers, hogs, farming implements, Ac.
Tiie location i a very excellent one
for farming and stock raising near the
city with easy and quick access to mir
ket; a fifteen minutes' ride to the pot
ollice, the railroad depot, the telegraph
otlicu and churHi.
The site of the dwelling-house command-
a fine a view as can be had of
the country, for twenty miles in every
direction, aid the place would not be
offered for sale except that my increas
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de-irnbln to give it my exclusive- at
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Union Pacific, and Midland Pacific
R. R. Lands for sale at from ?:t.00to?10.00
per acre for eah, 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. A No business and
residence lots in the city. "We keep a
complete abstract of title to all real es
tate in Platte County.
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combs, Uruihes Bridle Bits, Spurs,
Cards. Harness made to order. Re
pairing done on short notice.
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Columbia, June 1, 1877.
A. W. LAWRENCE
AOEXT FOR TUB
Will hereafter be fount! TURKU
DOORS SOUTH or the Pest OS,
where he keeps a full line of every itjle
PUMP. PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED HILL.
As be keep a Pump Home excliMlTel.
he i able to ell CHEAPER TUA5
THE CHEAPEST. Pump for anr
depth well. Pumps driven or repairm,
and Rods cut.
GiVK HIS A CALL AXD SAYE KOJET.
BECKER & WELCH,
SBILL CEISK MILLS.
MAKUPACTURER3 &. WHOLE
SALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICE, COLUMBUS, XSB
Dr. A. HEINTZ,
sins, minims, rams.
Fine Soaps, Brushes,
FSHFUMEET, Etc., Etc.,
And all articles usually kept on hand bf
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully
One door ff?t or Gallrj,
COLUMBUS. : NEBRASKA
A full, freh supply of grocerlei,
STAPLE AND FANCY,
Just opened, and for sale at low-down
SrOIIvc Street, opponlfo tko
Manufacturer and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES! !
A eompUte HHOTtaifot of LtrllM and CTII
drm' Short kept oa hand.
All Work Warranted ! I
Onr UJotJo Good stock, excellent
work and fair prices.
Especial Attention paid to Eepairirg.
Cor.OHrcnHd I8tM ftn.