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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 December 1884

KATES OF AlTEHTUIZt. !"hnnbtt 0'npal "STBusiness and professional carda of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. X For time advertisements, apply at this office. EyXegal advertisements at statute rates- EETFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. EsTAU advertisements payable monthly. IS" OFFICE, Eleventh St.. up 'tairs in Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months Three .months Single -opiea ..93 OO 1 OO 50 OS VOL. XY.-N0. 33: COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBEK 10, 1884. WHOLE NO. 761. THE JOURNAL. IaSCKD EVZBY WEDSEtDAV, 1SL K. TURNER & CO. Proprietors and Publishers. 10 J N BUSINESS CAEDS. D.T. Martyn. M. D. F. . ?chco. M". D. Drs. MAETYN & SCHHG, U. S. Examining Surgeons. Local Snrzeon-. I'nion Pacific. o N. ,tB. H.and B. .v M. P.. R'-. Consultation-, in German and Enirh-.li. Telephone- at otlW- anil residence-. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA. 4J-v J PHYSICIAXA SURGEOX. Di-ea-e- f wom-n and children a -.pedal U . i ..iiuv ')oi.ian. OflU-e former ly oe.-iiinr.I ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 December 1884

-- --(KlW Mxsaassi fi i, t 1 P, i 'V V s f titrate ftMfil "WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 1884. The reputation of a newspaper ib not made upon prevarication or downright falsehood. On matters which are plainly in the mind of the people, the pettifogger's coloring of facts is simply disgusting. Fifteen indictments have been found by the U. S. grand jury in ses sion at Omaha against persons in Gage county, charged with frauds in reference to the sale of the Otoe In dian lands. It was thought at the time that there wa3 considerable meanness going. Congress met on the 1st, and the president's message received and read. No business of importance transacted. In a few days members will arrange business and go to work in earnest, and it is to be hoped that their work in the way of law making, &c., will be of benefit to the nation. The Pierce Elkhorn Valley Ntxcs, the Times and other papers of North Nebraska arc advocating the appointment of Dr. Hear as TJ. S. Marshal, in case a democrat ib to be p...

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. — 10 December 1884

Cafumfcus Journal WEDNESDAY DEC. 10, 1SS4. "Follow the crowd" To E. D. Fitzpatrick'a for toys. JIger faraitare. Toys at cost at A. & M. Turner's. Only three more weeks of leap year. Wool Kenzie's. hose at Condon & Mc- A fine list of new books at A. & M. Turner's. A fnll line of groceries at Condon & McKenzie's. Horae blankets and lap robes at F. H. Rusche's. 32-5 Albums, the finest in the land, at E. D. Fitzpatrick'a. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Munger's. Toys from all parts of the world E. D. Fitzpatrick's. 8-31-4t Rubber goods just opened out at Condon & McKenzieTs. You will save money by trading at Wermuth & Brettcher's. 21-tf Christmas cards in silk, satin and plush at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. Toys, a great variety aud cheap, at A. & M. Turner's, 11th st. Go to Honahan's for boots and shoes. Bargains for cash only. Tobacco given in buttermilk is said to be a cure for hog cholera. Call and see the Wonderful J us ical Ship, and large doll at "...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 December 1884

-j5i 1T il i M .! THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 1881. Eiierci at ite P:rt:2:i. Mantta. Sot., Htcsi elan natter. "2 UEAN TO WAIT FOB JACK." A LESSON FOR LOVERS. Cwcot Kate at Wyndhum's Dairy, and Jack of Oldham Mill O, lonpr thev woo'd aDd fond they coo'd, a faithfulJack and Jilll But times were bud for lass and lad. and sadly both eonfess'd Twas not the thins to buy the ring1 before thev'd lined the nest. "Courage, lad!" said Katie. 'Tes we'll have to wait; But thouprh. rnv dear, it's twenty yaar. Til take no other mate." But Knpland wanted Jacky, for war was in the air. And arms more prim were press'd on him than Katies bonny pair. Bo all thrmnrh Spam, in lough campaign, be ehi led bolt! Mosoo And tired his pun and made him run like fun at Waterloo. When the lad': came round her. Ratio bade them puck; There's pins enouph for you to woo; I mean to wait for Jack." The pray in Katie's rinplets wcro mingling with the brown. When Iniinp-a-thuiii-i, an eager stump came peppinp through...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 December 1884

T- V THE JOURNAL. issced -zvssrr xvkdsssdat. :m. e:. tttser & co. Proorietcra and Bunliiaeri . -OFFICZ.-ELezenZh St.. tip 'tavrs m Journal Building . TEBM - Per year 1 ' Six manias ' Three raoctas TZ Single copies S ' 5 31JSI5E3S CAEDS. D.T. jliKXYX. M P r.W. -cm-o..-"-"- . -vr r jjrs. -XS5LTTS & 5 CHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons. CeHsultatiens m German and Enaiish. Telephones at eiiice and residences. rnT.TTMTJTT?;. . HX3HASKA. - J. .Pii r a ax s cb geox. Di-ea-e- -r women and children a p--,.-.. . nnv.u-na OtUee fanner- rr"I.....i , lr Bouesteel Telepnotir 3S1 exchange o LLA AUBAfU..U.. DENIAL PABLUB. On corner of Eleventh and North streets. over Ernst nardware store. it J. uriwo, yuT ART PUBLIC. lith Mm-t. i J.him -t ftf lUaaonJ How, Colum'iua. Xeb. 4S1-V -r i. KEEDKR, A TTUL XE T AT LA W, Omee on ulir -I.. olunH.us. Nebraska 2-tf V. A. MACKEN, DKALEa n Fortum and Domestic Liquors and Cnjarx llth -trewt. alumoua .xcu. "-- M cALLWTER BK09i. A TTURXE r A T LA W. Olhee np-sta...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 December 1884

i a m h M M ftfattbtisfttttttNl WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 1884. Sexatou Maxdebsoi:, at his own request, has been released from ser vice as member of the committee on claims. It is believed that the Spanish treaty will meet with strong oppo sition at Washington on account of some particular local trade interests. News has been received by Presi dent Arthur of the successful nego tiation of reciprocity Ireatiee with Guatemala, San Salvador and the United States of Columbia. Secuetauy Telleh, postmaster general Hatton, assistant postmaster Hazen and railway superintendent Thompson will form a party to attend the opening of the New Orleans exposition. It is claimed that the North was sufficiently solid to give Mr. Blaine a plurality of 431,000 voteB, notwith standing the fusion of Butler and Cleveland in Michigan, Iowa and Nebraska. The Omaha lice is good authority for the statement that the C. B. & Q. railroad proposes extending its sys tem of roads into Northern Nebraska, in the same ma...

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. — 17 December 1884

T i r Cohmbusouctiiil WEDNESDAY DEC. 17, 1SSL Toys At cost At A. & M. Turner's. "Follow the crowd" To E. D. Fitzpatrick's for toys. JlMHger faraitmre. Mask ball New Year's eve. Toys at cost at A. & M. Turner's. "Wool hose at Condon & Mc Kenzie's. A fine list of new books at A. & M. Turner's. A full line of groceries at Condon & llcKenzie's. Horse blankets and lap robes at F. II. Ruschu's. 32-5 Albutns, the finest in the land, at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Muuger's. Toys from all parts of the world E. D. Fitzpatrick's. 8-31-it Rubber goods just opened out at Condon & McKenzieTs. You will save money by trading at Wermuth & Hcettcher's. 21-tf Keep in mind the Cornet Band'? mask ball New Year's eve. Christmas cards in silk, satin and plush at E. I). Fitzpatrick's. Toys, a great variety and cheap, at A. & M. Turner's, 11th st. Go to Honahan's for boots and shoes. Bargains for cash only. When every base burner fails to gi...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 December 1884

! : 11 ! I i , i h i r;t h t! J I hi THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. IT, 1884. IsUrsl at tie PcrtsSee, Cclistu, Sit., t nccsi tltn natter. For the Journal. The E.airs Sfcoald be Enforced. Messrs. Editors : With your per mission, the undersigned desireK to submit a few remarks for the candid consideration of your readers, relat ing to the administration of criminal justice in Platte county. I might preface these statements by stating hero that it is my humble opinion that I have a right so to do, for at least two very cogent reasons; fir6t, be cause it was my fortune to reside within her borders for a number of years. Therefore I take more or loss pride in the good name of my old home, particularly when I hear that good name drawn in question so fre quently on account of recent occur rences therein. Secondly, because I am a tax-payer therein, and am di rectly interested in her material pros perity, both as respects the matter of increasing tho valuation of her prop erty, and lessening t...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 December 1884

f It t r 4 R THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TURISTER. & CO. Proprietors and Publishers. X3T0FFICE Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months ... Throe months Single copies . 1 03 BUSINESS CABDB. D.T.Maktyx.M. I. F. J. SCUUG, 31. D. Drs.HABTYN&SCHUG, U.S. Examining Surgeons, mnsiiltation- iu German and English. Telephones at otlice and residence,. COLUMBUS, NEBBABfcA- 42-v J. F. WII-SO". 1. ., PHYSICIAX& SUB&EOX. WM-.e. of women and children .pe- cialty. '"t.v,b;r,cla,!:,Pelenhone ly occupied by Dr. Uonesteel. Telepnone exchange. 01,1. A AWBAIiGH, ' DENIAL PAISL0R7 On comer of Eleventh and North streets, over Ernst's hardware store. F NOTARY PUBLIC, ll. Street.-' dour neht of Hammond House, Columbus. Neb. Jtfl-y . kki:ih:k, A TTOJiXEY A T LA W, Otllce on Olive St. Columbus, NebrasKa 2-tf V. A. MACKEN, DKAI.EK IN Domestic Liquors and Ciijurs. Columbus, Xeb. Su-y Forciijn and Uth street. M cAI.LIKTl'K 1IKOM., 1 TTOHNEYS AT LA W,...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 December 1884

ati3CES- It cNar'5 I I ?! i; J. h $aliwfcus?itriHit WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24, 1884. Mb. Blaine has withdrawn hiB libel Btrit against the Indianapolis Sentinel. Salt Lake proposes to boycott the Union Pacific for having raised the rate on ore. The Child's Hospital and Home at Omaha contains twenty-one children, and there is no room for more. America magazines that sell for 35 cents here bring 18 cents in Lon don. Has protection anything to do with this? The greater portion of the wheat crop of California is stored, and will not be 6ent to market until priceB grow better. The voters of Brown county, this state, by a largo majority, voted in favor of a division of the county on tho'east and west line. The French commander in Tonquin reportB another engagement with the Chinese, in which the latter were defeated with heavy loss. CAn. Pim, It. N., believes that a railwav for the transportation of cattle to England, between Cheyenne and Hudson's Bay, is feasible. At a recent analysis of the stom...

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. — 24 December 1884

v Ccfumhu53faumal WEDNESDAY DEC. 24, 1SS4. Toys At cost At A. & 3L- Tamer's. 31aBer ffcraitare. Wool hose at Condon & Mc Kenzie's. A fine list of new books at A. & 31. Turner's. A full line of groceries at Condon & McKenzie's. Horse blankets and lap robe at F. H. Euscbe's. 32-5 Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Monger's. Bobber goods just opened ont at Condon & McKenzie's. Yod will save money by trading at TVermuth & Bcettcher's. 21-tf The JorRXAL extends "A Merry Christmas"' greeting to all. Christmas cards in silk, satin and plush at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. Toys, a great variety and cheap, at A. & M. Turner's, lltb st. Remember the grand mask ball by the Band on New Year's eve. "When every base burner fails to give you satisfaction try a Grand. Pride of the Kitchen Soap, for cleaning tinware, at "Wm. Becker's. 3l-2n The most toys for the money at A. & M. Turner's book and music store. Gans and ammunition are sold by TVermuth & Bcettcher at ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 December 1884

rr jiedfc&gss1 r-JfiSfc- 1 ! I 1 dH it , irii ChMtes Metlw f Stair MH seems to have been mindful that excellence was attainable not only by those who could pass on swiftly and easily, but by those who, less favored by nature, were superior in intelli gence. Thus, regarding genius as tha mere capacity to acquire knowledge, he gave himself to habitual study." Da scribing to Mr. Parker his method of acquiring his .profession, Mr. Choata said "that he gave his mind wholly to it; that his habit was to read until'twa o'clock in the morning. After his early experience his legal studies became lesa exclusive, as he sought a broader and more generous culture than the law could give. But even in his latest years ho found inspiration in Coke and Little ton, fearing that his legal taste should decline. That he might be in full com munion with the spirit and "philosophy of our language and institutions and of our legal science 'the law of the law he studied almost daily other lan- fnages and...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 December 1884

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. 3v. TURjSTER & CO. Proprietors and Publisher!. KATES OF ADVKKTSSIIG. GTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 30 For time advertisements, apply at this office. E3Legal advertisements at statute rates- JSETFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. STA11 advertisements payable monthly. SST OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. TERMS: Per year Six months Throe months Single coyles . i 3 VOL. XV.--N0. 36. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 81, 1884. WHOLE NO. 764. folttwfriti ioipal W 4 " I BUSINESS CABDS. D.T. Maktvn, M. D. F. J. Scnoo, M. D. Drs.MABTYN&SCHTJG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Consultations in German and English. Telephone at office and "".Jenee.. J20 UIUCC 0er rn -" COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA. 42-y PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. DUe-iM-s or women and children a spe cial. " Couniv physician. Office former fy occupied byUr.15one.teel. Telephone exchange. DENIAL PAJlLOIt, On cor...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 December 1884

1 llU'lllnii ra uu,'iiwi jl r--3SaKSS 1 'I. '. ' :!i' I? I' il ? i Mi II y ftttmbusfattrMl WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1884. England, too, complains of hard times. Wade Hampton' has been elected United States senator from Sooth Carolina. Tee celebrated Sharon divorce case at San Francisco, has been decided in fayor of the plaintiff. The women voters of Boston cast last year 701 votes, and this year 1,109 have registered. At Sioux City on the 24th, it was 22 below zero. Trains a little late, but all got in and all went ont. They claim at Chicago that a bliz zard, unfortunately, can come over from Canada without paying tariff. About 300 persons have died from the plague in "Wise county, Virginia. The disease is now on the decrease. The National, at Paris, says France has rejected England's proposals with reference to the financial difficulties of Egypt. There is a rumor from South America of an impending war between Brazil and the Argentine Republic. Theke is an uuivorsal outcry In Nebraska a...

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. — 31 December 1884

V Co iu m&us Journal, WEDNESDAY DEC. 31, 1884. Toys At cost At A. & M. Turner's. Mask ball to-night Ms:er farm I tare. A fine list of new books at A. & M. Turnef s. Horse blankets and lap robes at F. H. Rusche's. 32-5 Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Manger's. You will save money by trading at Wermuth & Boettcher's. 21-tf Christmas cards in silk, satin and plush at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. Remember the Band dance this evening at the Opera House. One of Oehlrich Broe. valuable doga was poisoucd last Monday. Remember the grand mask ball by the Band on New Year's eve. When every ba6e burner fails to give you satisfaction try a Grand. Pride of the Kitchen Soap, for cleaning tinware, at Wm. Becker's. 31-2ra Guns and ammunition are sold by Wermuth & Bcettcher at bottom prices. 20 Only one of thoBO Grand square base burners left at Krause, Lubker & Co's. Rev. Roberts preached last Sun day, morniug and evening, at the M. E. church. Thos. Thomasin says that he an...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 December 1884

1 t. w II! I U ' I if ' V) i Li ! 4 fe IV vt THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1881. Zitcrsi it tic ?c:t:2ee, CclsnTss. Sit., ti men eli sitter. WHEN TO REST. JKhpn the sun sinks low iu tbo western Bky bBn1ajrthotools or tho needier by; Labor is lor the light. Go jsjj1i tatThands, and sav, with a smile: TfiareCwon my rest for aTJttle while: Good night, my work irood night? Many a trouble a man must bear; But the day is time for thought and care The day for watch or fight. When.tho key is turned in the storo then say: To-niorrow will be another day; "Worry, good night! good night! . Anger may meet us the whole day long, Forthe good must still resist the wroag, The true fight for their right; But'oh. when tho shadows of evening fall, Tho spirit of gentle peaco recall. And Bay to the wrong: "Good night! For an hour or two let all thought cease,! Be glad in the household joy and peace, Rejoice in Its love and light; Then sleep, but first with a kind heart ay: "For the holp you have give...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 January 1885

THE JOURNAL. RATES OF AOVEKriSinfG. Z3TBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annipn, five dollars. 37 For time advertisements, apply at this office. ISTLegal advertisements at statute rates. JSTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. E3TA11 advertisements payable monthly. FOO CHOW. M' III liiW ISSUED 11VZRY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO. Proprietors and Publisher!. TST OFFICE Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Peryear Sixmonths Three months Single copies oc VOL. XV.-N0. 37. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 7, 1885. WHOLE NO. 765. v 3lZM v av . fe. . aw . afe aw ' V 4 kv r :T BU8INESS CARDS. D.T. Martyx, 31. D. P. J- SCHUG, M. D. Drs. MAETYN & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Consultations in German and English. Telephones at office nd rejiidencea. i-J-,-m! rirct V-itinnal Bank. 3ta3 vuite u; jo - COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA. 42-y PHYSICIANS: SURGEON. Diseases of women and children a spe cialty. Countv physician. Office forraer fy occ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 January 1885

tUuftlttsfbttttat, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 18i. The i?cc is after railroad lobbyists at Lincoln with a sharp stick. Business depression seems to be general throughout the United States. Hon. E. K. Valentike spent the holidays with his family at West Point. - Do not put all your trnst in money ; it is much butter to put your money in truBt. Chief Justice Waite of the TJ. S. Supreme Court is reported as seri ously ill. "We should remember that our char acters cannot be essentially injured except by our own acts. Gen. Logan's friends claim that he will be a candidate for U. S. Senator, at the meeting of the Illinois leg islature. At the beginning of the Now Year wo might profit by reducing our good resolutions to writing, for fear we might forget them. The day after ChristmaB an edi torial of the Now York Journal, was brief but powerful: "Empty is the pocket-book, money's gone." The democrats of Iowa are making arrangements to present the name of Judge Kinne, of that state,, to Presi dent C...

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. — 7 January 1885

V 4 ktum&usSaircoaft WEDNESDAY J AX. 7, 18S4. Toys At cost At A. & M. Turner's. MuHger-farallHrc. The days have commenced to lengthen. A fine list of new books at A. & M. Turner's. The legislature convened at Lin coln Tuesday last. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Munger'e. You will save money by trading at "Wermuth & Eoettcher'a. 21-tf Prof. Nadal this (Wednesday) evening at the Opera House. The sheriffs of the country are not complaining of hard times. "When every base burner fails to give you satisfaction try a Grand. Wanted, girl to do housework. Apply at once at C B. Stillman'e. Union meeting every night this week at the Congregational church. Every community should protect its youth from the devices of bad men. Sense and nonsense, at the Opera House this evening, B. F. Nadal, A.M. Pride of the Kitchen Soap, for cleaning tinware, at Wm. Becker's. 31-2m Relax your muscles this evening at the entertainment of B. F. Nadal. Guns and ammunition are sold by W...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 January 1885

A DISGUISED ROBBER. A Man mo Refused to GIt Tern But Afterward Gave.Ten Dollar. "Any one who can.get a dollar of oMi KedPolder's money is on the road tm fortune," is a proverb well known to the citizens of Little Rock. Polder is! one of those men who are always cort-J plaining of hard times. He owns a. great deal of property, and raises his, rents every season, yet his income isj always unsatisfactory. Once a little' child, shivering with cold and almpst starving, found her way into old Ned Polder's office. "What do you want here, little girl; what do you want here?" "Won't you please give me ten cents. I am nearly starved." "Nearly starved. Why, where are your parents?" "Dead, sir." "That's bad; that's very bad, indeed, but I can't help it. We've all got to die, and the sooner the better for some of us. Tut, tut, don't cry. Run along, .now. It's pretty chilly to-day, but I think it will be warmer" to-morrow." "But I am so hungry, sir." "Yes, I understand. People get hun gry every n...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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