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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 February 1879

THE JOURNAL. IHE JOURNAL. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Space. ltc 'ito Imp 3m Cm Ayr (hilumtui IS ISSUKD EVXRY WEDNESDAY, leol'mn 12.00 $20 $25 $35 $U0 S10O H " I "! 12 1 15 20 1 35 1 69 K ' I .0 l 13 j 15 1 20 j 8S 4 inches! 5.25 7.30 11 M 15 27 M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. 4.50 6.75 10 12 15 20 1 1.50 2.25 j 4 5 8 10 -:o: Business and professional crrds ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. LpitsI advertisements at statute ratei. "Editorial local notices" flfteea cents a line each Insertion. "Local notices' Ave cents a line each inser tion. Advcrtlsment classified as"Spo cial notices" five cents a line first inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. VOL. IX.--NO. 42. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1879. WHOLE NO. 458. iwtttpl -1 H IjTOClce in the JOURNAL building, Elcventh-st., Columbus, Neb. Tekxls Pr year, ?2. Six months, $1. Three months, 00c ngle copies, 5c. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. &. Paddock, U. S. Senator, Bea...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 February 1879

The journal. WEDNESDAY, FEB. IP, 1S79. Qz$. OiiaNt and party arrived at Bombay on the 13th. E. It. Thompson, retired commo dore of the imvy, died at Phila delphia on the 12th. Iba Stewart, living near "Water town, N. Y., was shot and killed by his insane eon on the 15th. The snow storm at Quebec on the 15th was fhc worst of the season. Jfo trains arrived or expected. A heavy biiow 6torm prevailed throughout "Western Oregon and "Washington Territory on the 14th. It is expected that five hundred new pardons of communists in France will be announced shortly. The President has approved the act to allow women to practice be fore the Supreme Court of the U. S. Cabling's brewery, at London, Ont., burned on the morning of the 13th. Loss, over insurance $150,000. Alex. Vaughn, ballot-box stuffer in Petersburgh, Va., was sentenced on the 14th to a year in jail aud a fine of $250. B. F. Allen, a former citizen of Des Moines, la., goes to Leadvillc, Colorado, to engage in mercantile business. H...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 February 1879

A t $ r l c (J ! i I it 1 i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19, 1ST9. Communications, to Insure insertion In the next istie, hbould be In band on Mondavs; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding issue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. aline each BUbicauent insertion. M. Kramer went east Saturday. "Vm. Hagel of Boone county is in the city. F. P. Burgess and family go to Denver this week. John Lisco of Silver Creek was in the city Monday. x Several houses to rent. Call on Bechcr & Reynolds. F. M. Sackctt of Albion called to see us yesterday. Hon. T. C. Ryan came up from Lincoln Saturday night. "Wc learn from Dr. Stillmau that "Wm. Lisco is etill improving. "Wc learn of several Eevere ca ges of scarlet fever iu Polk county. G. Kramer of Kearney passed through the city Friday en route for Chicago. The standard for land assess ments in Platte county is fifty cents an acre less th...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 February 1879

jf 1 1 iui i 11111 pjn 5t ,w& s For the Journal. HAD WE HUT STOOD IX H18 STEAD. Line dedicated to . Where, w here, has the mantle of charity flown "When wc judge our neighbor or friend, While the wind or misfortune round him have blown. Kind words wo iu pity should lend. Obi where I the sunshine that beamed bright before From unclouded rald-summcr skies: And whore arc the friends bo trusted of yore That they vanish when sorrows arise? Great his temptations they never were ours And his band grew went inhls might; Should we have turned from the siren's dark bowers And accepted the cause that was right. Might we not have fallen to danger a prey Had wc but otood in bis stead? "When clouds that were golden passed into grav Should we from the tempter have fled? Uo waxen white lilies in peaceful array Nor roses wave over him now; Thro' darkness and cold he's groping bis way, While the thorn arc piercing his brow. 2?o sunny path opens with fragrance of toils the steep hillside alone; Th...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 February 1879

i A THE JOURNAL. m ( r ibqmn. H ' ft THE JOURNAL. MA.TJSS of AU:imatMi Space. iw iv lne8""ojiyr . ISSL'KD JEWRY WZDXKSDAT, lcol'mn I $12.0" 1 $U frB 435 JIH) ?1G9 H. K. TUMEK .& CO.,' K ' 1 -B0 il J5 jW J 35 00 X " U.0OI !) 12 15 1 -JO 35 J luetics 5.ai I.7..V) 11 11 j 1ft t 27 3 " -UP) 0.75 1 TO 12 15 1 20 1 I.50 1 2.25 f 4 1 5 1 ?, 10 .lev, j , H3ri vi. Proprietor! u(L PublikriV- Business and professional cards ten lines or Ics space, per annum, ten dol lars. Leral advertisements at statut rates. "Editorial local notices" llrteen cents a line each Insertion. "Local notices " five cents a Hip? enrh Inser tion. Advrrtismcnts classified a "Spe cial notircs"fivc cent a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. . - ioipi mm II II 1111111111 1 Jl Af'il'iy ipiill ilw E tTOfflco in the JOURNAL building, Eleventh-st.,' Columbus, Neb'. ' v TkuMSFcr rear, $3. 'SlxmonthVil." Three months, 50c ngle copies, 5c. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. t rr niM a j ii ri .i n i v...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 February 1879

THE JOURNAL; WEDNESDAY, FEB.2G, 1879. Hay 13 pplliug in Salt Lake, for $15 per ton, Jay Goulp U ready again to be quoted as n bankrupt. Hah the daily Nonpareil at Kear ney kicked the bucket? "West Indian advices Teport an other revolution in Hayti. The Dank of Oswego has gone into the hands of a receiver. Six inches of snow iu London and vciniity oiMhe night of the 20th. Some one claims that 25.000 tons of ico have been put up in Oraaha. Thermometer! Toronto, Ont., on the 21st, marked 38c below zero. Henky Eggk, one of Hall coun ty's pioneers, died Monday of last week. Zach CiiANDLEn was electedUni ted States Senator fiom Michigan on the 18th. Tije British forces in Africa will retain their position on the border until reinforced. Ciias. B. Fox, Oxford, Neb., has been appointed and confirmed reg ister of the laud office. A mix for the relief of homestead Fctllcrs on the public lands lias been passed iu the U. S. senate. The prohibitionists of Ohio met in State convention cu the 20th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 February 1879

r- i fl THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 26, 1879. Communications, to Inure insertion In the next issue, should be in hand on Mondays; If lengthy, on Thursday, preceding ibsue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cth. a line each subsequent Insertion. Court next week, Monday. Judge Riley of Albion is in the city. Business is beginning to pickup its feet. Shanehan's house on E 6treet is completed. L. Kuhne of Jackson was in the city Friday. 21. Kramer is expected home next Saturday. Clark Bros, of Albion were in the city Thursday. Don't fail to read L. Kramer's new advertisement. II. F. Snider of Plum Creek was in the city yesterday. J. C. Morrlssey was out again exercising last Monday. Bokx. To Mrs. Dr. Uonesteei, February 22d, a daughter. c" A. Dresner, Esq., of Boone coun ty was in the city yesterday. Men are already beginning to predict the summer weather. If you inteud purchasin...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 February 1879

(V For the JoURXAL. 'Olid pleasures and palaces though we Be itfewj? frhwaole,thrno"place A charm Irom the sky vems to hallow us there, " .... Which 8k throBghjniejwerld, I ne'er met" with elsewhere.' Joliu CUro 8Hy, "fiffifftElDgot-'tiie deTeftfaieBe TrvTiT er - -- I make a small home becm an crapIre,to ffle: o rii' f ta u w Like m bird In the forest, whose world is its nest. Mr home is raj all, and the centre of rest."' Airs. Opie saya, Jleijieir fremrwe yeif eaieloM JjojV I J Turn laue oeiorc ye ream lue uenri. The crowded home's distracted noise, Where all Js pomp and useless art. Give me my home to quiet dear, Where hours untold and peaceful -evej rt , j. t , t. So fateordairt'I'BomfetimcB there i May hear the oice of him I love." - "Home's not merely four square walls, Though hung with pictures nicely pildedj Home Is where affection calls, FilleCnrlth s Brines the- heart hath .buUied.., jk 1 Home's not merely roof and room; Home needs something to endear it: Home Is where thej...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 March 1879

I - T THE JOURNAL. THE JOURNAL. I.'.lj.. .-' 2t i-tv ..u 1 " KA'iE& OK ADVKItTlSlNU Space. v 2w Imp 3m 6m yr 13 ISSUKD EVKKY WKDXESUAY, leol'mn Jl-MX) ?2( $35 SO JlOf 14 - 8.00 1 12 1 15 1 -JU 35 1 CO M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. K 0.1)0 9 I 12 15) 20 S: 1 4 Inches 5.25 7.30 11 24 I 15 27 i 3 ' - 4.50 0.75 10 12 15 2' 1 1.50 1 2.25 1 -t 5 1 5 1 10 Business and professional cards ten Hne or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Lesral advrrtUeneut at statut rate. "Editorial local notices'' fifteen cents a lino each insertion. "Local notices' five cent a line each inser tion. Advertismento classified as "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a lino, each subsequent Insertion. tSTOfflcc in the JOURNAL building, Elercnth-st., Columbus, Xeb. Tcans Per year, $2. Six months, 51. Three months, 50c. nslc copies, 5c. "i .1 ! Y! t VOL. IX.--NO. 44?: v COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1879. ' WHOLE NO. 460. lit W imtpal 10 r CONGRESSI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 March 1879

In r( THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1879. The widow of diaries Dickens is seriously ill. Qoken Tictoria it is said will visit Italy this sprinsr. The legislnlurc of Nebraska ad journed on the 25th ulL Counterfeit half dollars arc in circulation at West Point. The mercury at Toronto, Ont., on the 2l6t, went down to 38 degrees. It Is claimed that Nebraska raised last year 15,000,000 bushels of wheat. Ex-President McMahox of France was reported quito ill on the 25th ult. Hon. Lorenzo Ckouxse has been nominated for Revenue Collector of Nebraska. Buildings are being erected at Madrid for the international exhibi tion of 1880. Smaliwox and measles are raging among the Indiaus in the vicinity of Austin, Nevada. At Parkcr&burg, West Va., on the 27th ult., ten valuable buildings were destroyed by fire. From Berlin under date of March lt wo havo the statement that fifteen feet of snow fell in Schles wig. The Republican State central committee of Ohio has decided to hold the next state ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 March 1879

r. i h r- c m r K s 1 . - ,! k THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 5. 1879. Communications, to Insure insertion In the next isiue, should be in hand on Monday; If lengthy, on Thursdays preceding Issue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be In hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertlbcments under this head 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subieauent insertion. Quite a number of immigrants the past week. "We call attention to L. Kramer's new ad. Go to Dan. Faucette for your harness. Herman Gross intends building, this spring. Julius Rasmussen is making an addition to his dwelling. Mahlon Clothcr's house on the Stevens addition is progressing. Joseph Tiffauy returned home Saturday with a car load of horses. T. C. Fagnn, teacher in district No. 34, closed his school last Friday. Effort is being made to organ ize a Columbus Military company. Don't fail to read L. Kramer's new advertisement. J. N. Taylor has a neat, new, home-made desk in his office. Green Apples by the T'k...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 March 1879

-5 Tkc Old Mother. She feits In the sunlight and as the beams fall upon !er silver hair, iliey light it np with a radiant glory. Her hands are clnspcd upou her Tap, her face ie placid and kindly, her maimers gentle and serene. No stormy passions agitate her heart, no words of rancor fall from her lips, no unholy ambition sways her life. She dwells in the courts ol peace, and the heaven to which the angctls are waiting to welcome her has thrown 'around her even here, an atmosphere both of beauty and of love. She has in her long journey through life, gathered up many beautiful blossoms to weave in her chaplet. One by one the roces have faded, and few are now left in her garland of life. lie to whom she gave her heart and hand in the sunny days of her girlhood fell long ago by the way side, "Wearied with the march or life." She shared his prosperity and his adversity, and either way she was satisfied, because .in the sunlight and the shadow she knew he was near. She looks back now, far...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 March 1879

MHJJ IIMWlUWlTlT" IMtMrMMWtfl r i T.-ff-Tf.f r t t wnMFttMifflw"Wfli iirr""!!1"! "' tma m I If I Jr " f THE ",WBffiNAL.f IS ISSUKD BTOKY TZDXKSDAT, M. & TURNER & CO. t "JXiJ Proprietors ati PtBlkkox. :o: 'fv ETOflice Tn tbcJOUBSAL-traildin?,-EIeveifth-UColuraHs,3fe.r 'tT Txsut-Pr rcar,-$2.SIXoatM$l.. Three months, 50c nglc copIcsTSc." CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. ft. Tahdock, TT. S. Senator, 'Beatrice. A IAIN SAUNDKR3,IL.S. Senator, Omaha., T. J.MAJOKL,.Ren Pcrar- " Z. K. Valkxtixe, Xcp., Wct Poiut. STATE DIKECTOItl: 7 Albixur Xakcr, Uovcrnor, Lincoln. I. J. Alexander, Secretary or State. K. AV. Licdtke, Auditor, Lincoln. O.K. Hartlett,Trc-inurcr, Lincoln. C.J. Dilworth, Attorney-General. S. R. Thompson, Supt.rnhlle InVrtic. II. C. Dawaon, Warden of Penitentiary. EIL Gmild?' t 1ri'a ?ectof8? . Pr. J. CI. Davi, Prison Physician. II. P. JIathewon, Supt. Insane Asylum. ' ( JUDICIARY: ' S. Maxwell. Chief Justice, t B Ocor-e It. Lake J Apsocjate'judpe'a. VOUKTIt JUDICIAL DISTRICT...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 March 1879

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JIABCH 12, 1879. HAVTtmw feE last week Jncen- Six corpw hre been cremated in Ike towa of Gotha, Berlin. Emihj Bobritt died on the 7th fctot at bis residence in New Britian. A name Are east of Lincoln on fke 9tb, burned a house and barn talscd at 15,000. Frrt persons were burned to death at SL Louis during a fire Sttaday sttoraiugUsL . O'M. Condon had a fine recep tk at McCormjek hall, Chicago, on the eveaiug of the 9th. M. B. Kkt, of this State has been coafirmed Indian agent of the Great Nemaha Bgeacy or Neb. It la aaaounccd from St. Pclcrs Twrg that the Emperor and Empress will Tislt Crimea in April. Tar governor, of Tbessaly tele graphs that. a. band of 500 Greeks oroseed the frontier and destroyed the village of Lienlikisnter. Queen Victoria will embark from Portsmouth on tho 25th inst. for Cherbourg. The Queen will probably prolong her visit a month. Tub United States dtitrict court, In session at DetOMoines, ousted B. P. Allea from his costly residence,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 March 1879

k .1 h k h- THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. MARCII 12, 1879. Communications to Insure insertion in the next isMie. should be in hand on IondT; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding issue-day. Advertisements, of whatever clato, should be in hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertiki-mcnts under this head 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subicQUcnt insertion. "Wra. Becker sells machinery. Pie plant in the market last week. This is early. "Billy" Tillman was over from David City, Sabbath. Green Apples by the F'k., Duih. or Bb')., atGco. Ricder's. It is stated that there are fix hun dred and sixty-three post-offices in Nobraska. Mrs. J. E. Xorth has gone on a visit to relatives at Garden Grove, Iowa. Bhick tor Sale. 50,000 number one brick for sale cheap by Thomas Flynn & Son. If you want a cultivator with or without seeding attachment Becker ells the best in the market. The Mamnerchor gave one of their scmi-occational dances at their hall Saturday night. Fresh French prepared mustar...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 March 1879

iHfcttmcc or, t3Ip3nctd lridc. Some years ago, a lady who was going into a northern county, took a 6cat in a stage com-h. For many miles she rede alone; but there was enough to amuse'lirr in the scenery through which she passed, and in the pleasing ant icipations wl ich oc cupied her mind. She had been en paged as governess to -the grand children of an earl, and now she was traveling to his scat. At mid-day the coach stopped at an inn, at which dinner was provided and she alighted and sat down to the table. An elderly man followed and sat down also. The young lady arose, rang the bell, and addressing the waiter, said : "Here is an outside passenger; I cannot dine with an outside passen ger." The stranger bowed, saying: ''I beg your pardon, madam, I can go into another ro.om." And he im mediately retired. The coach soon after resumed its course and the passengers their places. At length the coach stop ped at the gate leading to the castle to which the young lady was going; but there ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 March 1879

THE JOURNAL. IS iKbUKD EVKKY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors aud Publishers. 13-Oface In the JOURS AL building, Eleventh- t., Columbus, Neb. Terms rr Tear, $2. Six month, $1. Three months, 50c Single copies, 5c. Rates of Advertising. JSpuce. he 2w lmo "in 0m lyr lcoPum 1 $12.011 riau'ifraj $35 j jgo 1 $fco " I -w L I ,5 1 -" 1 w lco j " " O.Hi j 9 12 J :5 J 20 I 35 Unch i j 5.25 7.30 " 1 1" 1 1 IS 37 "I " I 4.50 J T75 j IO , 12 J 15 I 20 I " I 1.50 1 2.25 1 4 1 5 I 5 ' 10 l Hiwimx and nrof".Jonnl rnnN ten Iin or les .iner. prr annum, trn dol lars. Li't'al ndvrrtNruiHiit.t at atatuta rate. "Editorial local notices" fifteen rents a line earh Insertion. "Local notice " fivi cents a line racli inner tion. AdvcrtUmrnt ol.iifird a "Spe cial notice." fire crnta a line fir.t imcr tion. three ccnt a line each suNscoucnt insertion. tf VOL. IX.-NO. 46. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1879. WHOLE NO. 462. iiipii I- I i i fc I CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. R. Paddock. U. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 March 1879

THE JOURNAL. i WEDNESDAY, ilAUCU 10, 187P. Fkkmont in tend to hold a district fair in September. Alt. Russian troops in Roumnnia have been ordered home. Kentucky has two hundred and frven y hordes in training. A. if. "Wrus'it, Kepublicanr has been nominated for Mayor of Chi cago. Ouviu.e Grantis safd to be hppc Jcs6ly insane, but as yet has not been restrained ol his hrbeity. Tnn ice ?orgo at Farrandsvillc, Fa., "last week extended three miles, piling blocks thirty feet high. Bismakck makes the public an nouzicomcut that the German Km piro is free from the cattle plague. Thk InEt reinforcemeuts for South Africa left London on the 11th in tho Etinmcre Andean and Prussian. - Joseph Rosexfield, a police officer of Rock Island, wns murder ed on the morning of the 12ih by Davenport roughs. Roijert W. Hatde.v and M. W. Barber brothers-in-law, renewed a quarrel ut Charlotte, N. C. on the 14th, and II ay den was killed. Fiiom Paris under date of the 14th, wo learn that several cotton mills ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 March 1879

A THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 18T9. Communication, to Injure insertion In the next issue, should be in hand on Monday; if lengthy, on Thursday preceding iue-day. Advertisements, f whatever claws, ibould be in band by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line firft insertion, 10 ctu. aline each suIhcqucuI Insertion. , There is still wheat to sell. "Wm. Becker sells machinery. Cold, raw and windy Thursday afternoon. A door key found on Monday, inquire at this office. Green Apples by the P'k., Bu6h. or Bb'l., at Geo. Ricder's. Choice Ohio cider by the gallon or barrel at Geo. Ricder's. Smith & Tigncr have greet) ap ples for sale. Call soon. "A man can live without friends, but he must have neighbors." Smith & Tigner have just receiv ed a fine assoitmcnt of choice teas. Light rain Thursday of last week accompanied by high winds. Columbus is one of the best Lorec markets in the State. Callison & Iloyt arc selling a wonderful amount of nursery stock....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 March 1879

Remembrance orCJeilyHbure. BV H.C MAGOOX, BKFOKK THE WATTS- VILLE LITEKAItY AM) IlllEIOKIC SOCIETY, SATURDAY, JAN. 11. The last week in June, 1SC3, found the Army of the Potomac creeping up through Virginia from Fred ricksburg, and Irom our most excel lent position on I lie Uippa!iannoc', step by step, we were drawn by Lee to Lccsburg on the upper Poto mac, Biid here the fact dawned upon us thai wc were flanked and that the Rebels had crossed the Potomac at Shcpherdstown and Williams port. This was unpleasant news for us. But crossing tho river as soon as possible we pushed on through Maryland and into the red clay of Pennsylvania; pushingalong through this cherry-pie state in much mud, and judging from obser vation, but few friends to the cause. "Wc found ourselves on the eve of July 2d within eight miles of Get tysburg. The morning of the 3d found us before daybreak rushing up the turnpike but five miles from the battle field, where already two of our splendid corps had been de fe...

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