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Janrnej lir ATasron from Clumbns XebraVa, to
Washington Ttrrltorj- Jottings bj the May.
Editok Journal: Leaving Sid
ney wo follow the course of the
railroad, passing Brownson, Potter,
Bennett, Antelope and Bnshncll,
which is the last station in Nebras
ka. The country has considerably
changed in appearance, instead of
the rich, loamy soil of eastern Ne-
i - -
j braska, wo find gravelly or sandy
bottom, whilo the bluffs on cither
sido of Lodge Pole are crowned
with high shelving rocks and pro
jecting cliffs; vet the country iB
good for stock and all along may be
seen cattle grazing in large or small
herds as may best suit their taste.
Here no vile herder questions the
right of cattle to bo free, and roam
as they please, for instance : I in
terviewed ono herder near Biir
Springs ; in rcplj to inquiries he said
that Ins employer had 15,000 head ;
that they might bo found almost
any where within an extent of coun
try of 73 or 80 miles cast and west,
about 15 miles north or south of the
The country along or convenient
to the railroad and extending from
Julesburg to Cheyenne Pass, situ
ated some 30 miles northwest from
Cheyenne city, is watered bv Lodge
Pole creek, a fine mountain stream
which, flowing through a great stock
country, waters immense herds, and
is scarcely as large where it empties
into the Platte as it is 150 miles
westward, where it leaves the
mountains. At places it is lost iu
Its sandy bed for a few miles, but
rises again to flow on as before. It
Is only 10 or 12 feet wide here. The
country bordering on this stream is
highly picturesque, the scrubby
pines which fringe tho rocky ntccps
adding in no small degree to the
beauty of the scenery. The nights
arc usually real cool, too much so
for comfort, the mercury at nights
being generally about 45 or 50,
and twico up to Juno ISth wc had
frosts, but most of the emigrants
are provided with tents, or if not.
they have good wagon covers and a
good supply of blankets, yet wo
hear no complaints of sleeping too
warm. Most of thosn who Imw.
never traveled in this way will
think it very monotonous and wea
risome, but take a look at our camp
after night; supper is over and the
work all done; there are lights in
all tho tents; two or three larc
camp-fires arc burning, while a knot
or eight or ten may be seen sitting
or standing around talking .of their
future or past homes; tho number
of miles they will make tho next
day; where they will find good
camping places, the relative pros
pects for wood, water and grass, but
not one word on politics, religion
or railroads arc many words wasted.
And now the young folks arc hav
ing n merry timc,.somo arc sinrinr.
others telling something now, while
n little farther down tho creek
whero tho other train is camped the
sweet slrains of the violin arc dis
Near Hillsdalo station onr nartv
caught their first view of the snow
capped peaks of the Rocky moun
tains, and though the sight was not
new to mc, yet it appears to unfold
new grandeurs each timo wc behold
it, and I felt liko exclaiming in tho
language of the poet,
Thj works of art I don't admire,
Tbev are tr:iiiiiint wi i,..' ..,
", c e lofty mountains hi-h.
Ihc river and the plain."
The fireside is a scminarv of infin
ite importance. It is important be
cause it is universal, and because the
education it bestows, bcin- woven
in with the woof of childhood, gives
lorm and color to the whole texture
of life. There aro fow whn no,, ,.n.
ccive the honors of a college, but all
arc graduates of the hearth. The
learning of the university may fade
from the recollection, its classic lore
may moulder in tho halls of nmm-
ory ; but the simple lessons of home,
enamelled upou the heart of child
hood, defy tho rust of years, and out
live tho more mature but less vivid
pictures of after days. So deep, so
lasting, indeed, are tho impressions
of early life, that you often sec a man
in the imbecility of age holding fresh
in ins reccollection the events of
childhood, while all the wide space
between that aud the present hour is
blasted and forgotten waste. You
have perhaps seen an old and half
obliterated portrait, and in the at
tempt to have it eleaued and restor
ed you may havo seen it fade away,
while a brighter and a much moro
perfect picture, painted beneath, is
revealed to view. This portrait.
first drawn upon the canvas, is no
inapt illustration of youth; and
though it may be concealed by gome
artcr design, still the original traits
will shine through the outward pict
ure, giving it tone whilo fresh, and
surviving it in decay. Such is the
fireside tho great institution fur
nished by Providence for the educa
tion of man. Goodrich.
Never fail to do that good which
lies next to your hand. Trust God
to weave your little thread into the
great web, though the pattern shows
it not yet. The grand harvest of the
ages shall come to its reaping, and
the day shall broadeu itself to a
thousand years, and the thousand
years shall show themselves as a
perfect ami uiusneu nay.
How many young fellows, starting
out in life, say : " If somebody would
only give mc a start I could
succeed." Oh I no! It is not tho
start that is wanted, it is tho pluck
to make the start yourself, and trust
for help afterwards. One-half, aye,
more, two-third3 of the young men
now growing up lack the confidence
to put their shoulder to the wheel
and push for themselves. They
want to got on top of the business
wheel and let somo ouo give it a
start, when they imagine it will con
tinue to roll, taking them along
with it. Looking back over tho ac
quaintances of our youth and
doubtless many mou can do the
same wc can remember several
who were given just such aid as
they asked for. They were placed
on top of the wheel of business, and
a good start given. The wheel roll
ed ; aud in tho course of time the
young man fouud himself beneath
the wheel instead of on the top.
Others did their own pushing. They
on tho bottom, and as the wheel re
volved they found themselves near
er and nearer tho top. It requires
pluck, th ought, confidence in your
own ability to make a living, even
if your present business scheme
should fail, and a hopeful heart
which only rebounds from adversi
ties and gathers a wealth of experi
ence in every failure. These are the
qualities which a poor mau, young
or old, must have if he, would be
come rich, and they arc what gov
ernment or legislation cannot givo
him. Those men who are born rich
are not always the richest in the ends.
In fact, iu this country, they too oft
en becomo the poorest. Tho start
they had did them no good, for it
did not teach them self-reliance.
A S'erleis Woman.
The Ogdcnsburg Journal details
tho cxperienco of a tramp in that
city : " A tramp called at the resi
dence of Henry Carlton, on Hamil
ton street, in this city, Friday after
noon, and asked for something to
eat. Airs. Carlton, who had just
been making a batch of fried-cakes,
set a plateful before him, of which
the tramp ate heartily. "When he
had satisfied his wants, ho said :
" There is something peculiar about
those cakes. They have a peculiar
flavor. Did you put something in
them to poison me?' at tho same
timo assuming a domineering swag
ger and insulting tone. Mrs. Carl
ton, seeing she had an ugly custom
er to deal with, stepped to her bu
reau, and, taking her husband's re
volver, drew a line on the tramp and
told him to go out of her house. He
put his hand into hie pocket and
said : "Wee'll see ; that's a game
that two can play at.' Mrs.C.stcpped
forward quickly, aud, covering him
to a dead certainty with her revol
ver, said : ' You remove your hand
from your pocket and you are a dead
man instantly. Now move out.'
Ono look sufficed to satisfy the
tramp that a raised hand would
cause ms ttcparturo to a warmer
if not a more congenial climate, and
ho commenced backing for tho door,
closely followed by tho plucky
woman, who carried a steady hanil
aud a watchful eve."
Mr. Moody is satisfied that taber
nacle work outside the churches in
the largo cities is a mistake, since it
has often happened iu his experience
that the converts havo not attached
themselves to any church. It is
belter, he believes, to address small
audiences in the churches where tho
results of his work will be moro cer
tain to remain. Mr. Moody will
pass the coming summer at North
field, and early iu the autumn will go
to St. Louis, where ho will remain
six months, having the aid of Mr.
San key, who returns from England.
Mr. Moody was recently in Boston,
and at a reuuion of Christians he
said if he understood this Christian
life it was a battle. He had been in
tho fight twenty-fonr years. He
started with tho idea that after he
was converted all he had to do was
to fold his arms and " float right
along into heaven." But he soon
found that the Old Man was not
dead in him ; that the flesh still lived,
and. that tho world and the devil
were yet alive. From his experience
and from careful reading of tho
Bible he had learned that when a
person is converted he has only en
listed ; the weary marches, and hard
fights, the wilderness, tho deserts,
and the mountains aro all before
him. iTcw York Tribune.
Training: the Girl.
Perhaps oue of the most lamentable
errors of the present day is the man
ner in which our girls are trained.
"While proud aud happy parents arc
desirous that their daughters bo ac
complished in music, drawing, pain
tingandthc languages, they seem
totally to ignore the more necessary
arts of housekeeping and home
making, or to imagine the knowl
edge of such to De degrading. We
know of no more pitiablo object than
a young wife placed at the head of
tho husbaud's home, utterly ignorant
of her duties as its mistress. Trials,
well calculated to make her life
miserable, await her, and many of
the unhappy marriages of which wc
know and hear have their origin in
just such causes; for while men arc
loving and indulgent, they aro sel
fish, and but few have sufficient
self-denial to bear patiently the mis
takes that enter so materially into
their comforts. American Traveler.
What mi Old Man has Noticed.
I have noticed that all men are
honest when well watched.
I havo noticed that purses will
hold pennies as well as pounds.
I have noticed that in order to be
a reasonable creature, it is necessary
at times to bo downright mad.
I have noticed that silks, broad
cloths, and jewelry are often bought
with other people's money.
I have noticed that whatovcr is, is
right, with a few exceptions the
left eye and left leg and the left side
of a plum pudding.
I have noticed that tho prayer of
the selfish man is, "Forgive us our
debts," while he makes everybody
that owes him pay to the utmost
I have noticed that ho who thinks
every man a rogue, is certain to see
one when he shave1? himself, and ho
ought in mercy to his neighbor, to
surrender the rascal to justice.
I havo noticed that money is the
fool's wisdom, tho knave's reputa
tion, the poor man's desire, the cove
tous man's ambition, and the idol of
Gentle Woirns. Men and women
arc wickedly foolish if thoy quarrel
after marriage has bound them to
gether. Somo people think a mat
rimonial squabble "makes no differ
ence." It will make all the difl'er
ence in the world. "Women should
grow more devoted and men more
fond after marriage, if they have
the slightest idea of being happy as
wives and husbands. It is losing
sight of this fundamental truth
which leads to hundreds of divorces.
Yet many a man will scold his wife,
who would never. think of breathing
a harsh word to his sweetheart;
and many a wife will be grum and
moroso on her husband's return,
who had only smiles and words of
chcor for him when he was a suitor.
How can such people expect to bo
happy ? Discontent is sure to creep
into their hearts.
A little six-year old came to her
grandfather the other day, with a
trouble weighing on her mind.
" Aunt says the moon is made of
green cheC30 and I don't believe it."
" Don't yon believe it? "Why not ?"
" Because I've been looking in tho
Bible, and found out that the moon
is not made of green cheese, for the
moon was made before the cows."
Build the lire yourself is an ex
pression of brutality .furnishing
quite sufficient cause for a speedy
divorce in the estimation of a Chi
cago 6hyster. N. B. It makes no
difference which says it, the man or
the woman. Chicago Journal.
"Waiter to member of the Illinois
Legislature: "Will yon havo some
dessert?"' Member to waiter: "No,
thank you ; I'll tako a piece of pic."
A man's curiosity never reaches
the femalo standard until some one
tells him his name was iu yester
"What is most generally wanted in
the way of navigation is a life boat
that will ride safely ou a sea of trou
bles. SPEICE & NORTH,
Genera Agents for the Salo of
Union Facific, and Midland Pacific
It. It. Lands for sale at from $3.00 to $10.00
per acre for cash, or on five or ten years
time, iu annual payments to suit pur
chasers. We have also a large and
choice lot of other lands, improved and
unimproved, for sale at low price and
on reasonable terms. Also business and
residence lots in the city. We keep a
complete abstractor title to all real es
tate in Platte County.
HARNESS & SADDLES
Manufacturer and Dealer in
fass, Saddles Bridles, and Collars
keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
whips, Saddlery Hardware, Curry
combs, Brushes, Bridle Bits, Spurs,
Cards. Harness made to order, lte
pairing done ou short notice.
(Successors to Gus. Lockner)
Dealer in all kinds ok
TliP Improved ElwartI Harrrstcr. Wood Hinder,
Mowers, Reapers and Spintakrs. AIo tho
famous Minnesota L'hit-rThreshcr.Ilodces'
Header, and W inliip r.ro.' celebra
ted Vanelrss Wind 31111 Pumps
etc., Huzzy Tops oralt styles
Farmers, loolc to your In
terests and give lis a call.
LAND FOR SALE.
Eighty acres, in Sec. 12,
T. 17,lt. 1 E.5 ml. northeast
of Columbus: 70 acres un
der the plow; G acres 5 yr. old trees
walnut and cottonwood of ood size.
Dwelling-house, 12x23 feet, 1$ stories
hiph; good well; two granari.es; sta
bling, hog-yards, Ac. Small fruits such
as currants, blackberries, Ac Conven
ient to school house and good outlet to
roads. Trice, $1,350 "Will sell farm ma
chinery if desired. Address at Colum
bus, Platte Co., Nebr.
MEW -TOMM MFS
ONE OF THE OLDEST, STRONGEST AND BEST LIFE COMPA
PANIES ON THIS CONTINENT.
Cash paid Policy Holders,
COLUMBUS LOCAL BO AUD.
WM. HUMEMAN, President,
JOHN STAUFFER, Vice President,
ABNER TURNER, Treasurer,
ADOLFH J2EGGI, Secretary,
S. A. BONESTEEL, Medical Examiner.
John Wiggins, Ilardwarc Merchant, $5,000.00
Adolpli lK'inlz, Druggist, ."i,000.00
Itoburt lllilig, Hardware Merchant, Ji.OOO.OO
Henry Schwarz, Fanner, ;"),U0O.O0
.John tstanli'er, "ounty Clerk, 5,000.00
A liner Turner, Banker, t"i,000.00
Chas. Selinrder, Prop'r Foundry and Machine Shop, 3.000.00
1). Schuphach, Lumber Merchant 3,()00.10
"Win. Schilz, Hoot and Shoe Merchant, IS.OOO.OO
V. Gcrber, Furniture Dealer, .'!,000.00
.1. II. Kerscnbrock, Brewer, S,000.00
.1. llongglcr, " .'1,000.00
O. A. Schriedcr, Hardwaro Merchant, .'!,000.00
"Win. Ilunneniau, Lumber " 3,000.00
Chas.T. Henderson, Express Agont, .'$.000.00
J. C. Tiffany, Livery and Feed stables, .',000.00
A. Ja-ggi, Lumber Merchant, 3,000.00
L. Coekburn, Grocer, 3,000.00
J. 11. Delsman, Merchant, 2,."00.00
George Kioder, G rocer, i!,."00.00
S. A. Bonesteel, Physician and Surgeon, !2,5UO.OO
Evcrv prudent man should have his life insured in some good company. The
NEW YORK LIKE offers inducements in the Tontine Investment Plan that
cannot bo given by any other company. All persons wanting insurance from
$1,000 and upwards will please call on some member of the Local Board, as each
member of litis Board is authorized to procure the insurance desired, aud
Anoi.i'ii J.kggi, the Secretary, is authorized to write the applications, and will
keep on hand a full supply of books aud circulars for distribution.
::::::::: to Gornri & 2::i asi Tsrccr i Sfclst.
Leandkii GEitnAitn, Pratt.
Gko. "W. IIulst, Vice Pes'
Julius A Reed.
EmvAitn A. Gekkakij.
Aiiner Turner, Cashier.
Itanlc oT Deposit, K&iscounl
Collections Promptly JIndc on
Pay Interest on Time Depos
WIND MILLS AND VAGONS,
AND A FULL LINE OK
Good9 sold cheap for cash.
SIGN OF BIG AX, 11th STREET,
J. O. ELLIOTT,
AGKNT FOR TIIK
STOVER WIND MILL
$20 OSCILLATING FEED MILL,
And All Kinds of Pump
Challenge Wind and Feed Mills,
Combined Shelter and Grinder,
Malt Mills, Horse Powers,
Com Shelters and
Pumps Repaired on Short Notice,
Farmers, come and examine our mill.
You will lind one erected on the premises
of the Hammond House, in good running
COLUMBUS BRICK YARD
(One mile west of Columbus.)
THOMAS FLYNN & SON, Tropr's.
GOOD, HARD-BURNT BRICK
jVTvrays on Hand. In
QUANTITIES to suit PURCHASERS
$))a week in vour own town. $5
Wr Outfit free". No risk. Reader
VVif you want a business at
which persons of either bcx
can make great pay all the time they
work, write for particulars to II. Hal
iKTT.fc Co Tortland, Maine.
TAYLOR, General Agent,
Challenges Comparison, Distances
ompeiition, Surpasses Ex
pectation, Gives Univer
UNKIVALLKD IX COXSTHUCTIOX,
UNEQUALLED IN DURABILITY,
UNSURPASSED IN APPEAR-
ANCE, UNEXCELLED IN
PROACIIKI) IN FINISH,
UNPRECEDENTED IN OPERATION,
UNQUESTIONED IN EXCEL
Undersold by None!
UNDENIAULY TIIK RKST
J. E.TASKER&BRO., Agents,
rSrOfiicc with A. 1IEXRY,
OLIVE ST., : COLUJUBUS, NEB.
CASH- S.rSs " PJ" tK
R. T. BULLARD,
FRUIT, PROVISIONS, &c.
ft St IffiM
1 1 Viol
h . e s
w j "z. . : i T2 i r
7 2 CD SW
All Farm Products
Bought and Sold
Highest Cash Price Paid,
Exchanged for Produce.
flSTGoods delivered anywhere in the
city free of charge.
NKW BUILDING OX llTII ST.,
Two Doors East pf Journal OfHco.
Is conducted as a
Devoted to the best mutual inter
ests of its readers and its publish
ers. Published at Columbus, Platte
county, the centre of the agricul
tural portion of Nebraska, it is read
by hundreds of people east who arc
looking towards Nebraska as their
future home. Its subscribers in
Nebraska aro the staunch, solid
portion of the community, as in
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 mid quickly
done, at fair prices. This species
of printing is nearly always want
ed in a hurry, and, knowing this
fact, we have fo provided for it
that we can furnish envelopes, let- I
ter heads, bill heads, circulars,
posters, etc., etc., on very short
notice, and promptly on time as
1 copy per annum $2 00
" Six mouths loo
" Three months, r0
Single copy sent to any address
in the United States for ." ots.
M. K. TUBNER & CO.,
stoves, mm, tinwam,
Nails, Rope, Wagon Material, Glass, Paint, Etc.,
R3SK3SS E2S ITHmVirH
C. B. STILLMAN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DEUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
Keeps on hand all articles usually kept in a first-clas Drug Store. Dealers
in surrounding country will find it to their interest to purchase from lum, as he
can and will give BED-ROCK TRICES.
Prescriptions Carefullv Corn-pounded.
JSTA GOOD ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK.
The Celebrated Diebold, Norris & Co's
(I,ate IIcloId & ICicnzIc,)
Fire and Burglar Proof!
HAVE TIIE BEST RECORD OF ALL.
All lea ding Kailroi I Express Companies and Bankers in Urtliwesl he them.
Not One Lost in the Two Great Fires in Chicago; also preserved the contents
in every instance, at Independence, Iowa; at Central City, Col.; at
Oshkbsh, Yis., and at all places have htood the test, without failure.
All Sizes for Sale and Made to Order. Old Safes faken in Exchange.
County and Hank tVorlc a
D. S. C0VENT, GENEEAL AGENT, CHICAGO.
WILL. B. DALE, Agent,
Formerly Pacific House.
This popular house has been newly
Refitted and Furnished.
Day Board per week,
Board and Lodging,
S and $G.
Good Livery and Feed Stable in con
nection. SATISFA TION GUARANTEED.
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN
Tho Great Trunk Line from tho "West to
Chicago and tho East.
It is tho oldest, shortest, most direct, convenient,
comfortable and In every respect the best line yoa
can take. It Is the greatest and grandest Railway
organization in the United States. It owns or
2100 WILES OF RAILWAY
PUIXMAX HOTEI. OARS are run alone
by It through between
COUNCIL BLUITS & 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 bear
tamind that this Is the
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Passengers by this route have choice of FIVE
DIFFERENT KOUTES and the atvantax of
Eight Dally Lines Palace Sleeping Cars
from CHICAGO to
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK,
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS.
Insist that tho Ticket Agent scllsyon tickets by
the North-Western Road. Examine your Ticket,
and refuse to bay if they do not read over this Road.
All Agcnta cell them and Check usual Baggage
Free by this Line.
Through Tickets via this Route to all Eastern
Points can be procured at the Central Pacific Rail
road Ticket Office, foot of Market Street, and at
New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, and at
all Coupon Ticket Offices of Central Pacific, Union
Pacific, and all Western Railroads.
New York Office, No. 415 Broadway. Boston
Office. No. 5 State Street. Omaha Office, 245 Farn
hata Street. San Francisco Office, 3 New Mont
gomery Street. Chicago Ticket Offices : 6S Clark
Street, under Sherman House : 75 Canal, corner
Madison Street ; Einzie Street Depot, corner West
Kinzie and Canal Streets ; Wells Street Depot,
corner Wells and Kinzie Streets.
For rates or information not attainable frexn
your home ticket agents, apply to
Marvin Hcoiiitt, W. II. Srt.sjren1,
Gen'l Maag'r, Chicago. Gen'l fata. Agt, Chlwgo-
HETAIL DEALEK IN
ygafcggga yqv-jvw iesd
and OI.IVK STISF.ETS,
Specialty. Iriccs as loiv as
can lie Made.
T A3I constantly rccoivingthe choicest
JL or juclugan cider and apples
and taste for yoursolf.
COLl) HI It V S
Restaurant and Saloon!
E. D. SIIEEHAX, Proprietor.
"Wholesald and Ketail Dealer in
Foreign Wines, Liquors
SCOTCH AND ENGLISH ALES.
ZJT Kentucky Whiskies a Specialty.
In their reason,
BY TIIE CASE. CAN Oil BIS1I,
11th Street. South of Sopot
CITY MEAT MARKET,
OI.IVK ST., OPPOSITE IIA.1I-
"Will keep on hand all kinds of Frch
and Salt -Meat, alxo Sausage, l'oultry,
Frtfh Fish, etc., all in their season.
Cash iaid for Hides, Lard and Ha.
-on. WILL.T. R1CKLY.
GITEAL MAT MARKET
0."V lltli STRIIKT.
Dealers in r'n-Oi and Salted Meats.
Ac. Town Lots, Wood, Hides. Ac.
J. KICKLY, Agent.
Columlnis, June 1, 1ST7.
A. W. LAWRENCE,
Will hereafter bo found TIMtliE
DIHHIS SOUTH of the Tost Offii,
where he keeps a full line of every style
PUMP, PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
he i-. able to -ell CHEATER THAN
TIIE CHEATEST. Tump fr anv
depth well. Tumps driven or repaired,
aud Rods cut.
give ma a cm a.d sate jioset,
BECKER & WELCH,
SHELL CREEK MILLS.
MANUFACTURERS & WHOLE
SALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICE, COL UMli US, NEB
Dr. A. HEINTZ,
Fine Soaps, Brushes,
PEEFUMEBY, Etc., Etc.,
And all articles usually kept on hand bj
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully
Ono door Int or Cnllcy, on
A full, frc?h supply of grocorios,
STAPLE AND FANCY,
Jiut openod, and for sale at low-down
Kt7"OIIv fitrcct, opposite tho
Manufacturer and Sealor in
BOOTS AND SHOES!
A ronip!rlranrtmrnt or Lailt-H and Chil
itrrnN Miwh krpt on liaml.
All Work Warranted!!
Onr Jlotto Good stock, excellent
work and fair prices.
Especial Attention paid to Repairing
Cor. Olive unl IJiili St.