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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 November 1885

asvxjorfmtrtttievteVjir,--f,-THi ,imi mi. Mil ' '' aaMMOMeflaMh I '- I' - I : K:i Is I BUYING AND SELLING. Hie Practice of Farmers to Sell When Products Are Cheap mad Buy When They Are Dear. A generation ago the farmers of this country sold few things and bought bnt few. They not only fed but clothed the members of their families from the products of their farms. This course was necessary, because markets were few, the means of, transportation poor, and money scarce. With the intro duction of railroads the establishment of markets, and the great increase of circulating medium, great changes were produced in the affairs of the farmer in relation to trade. In many parts of the country it has become the habit of most farmers to sell almost everything they produce on their places, and to buy al most everything that is needed to sup ply the wants of their families. Of course, this plan must bo pursued by farmers who make a specialty of raising cotton, tobacco, hops, broom-corn, and some ...

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. — 25 November 1885

- ! 'tyvv 'vi?i;'5rt" v -"v ; v'vs :.-$:? -j": Fy ttf. l ' I THE JOtJRNAL. ISSUED EVKUY WEDNESDAY, M. J. TUTKSTER &, CO. Proprietors and Publishers. it F AatatTMMICi w r.- EfTBmaiaooo and prof tonal cardn of'ATO linos or looa.por aaaum, firo dollars. ISr Tor time advertisements, applr at this office. ftSTLsgal advertisements at statists rates. t3TFor transient adverUaing,se rates oa third page. l-sTAll advertisements payable aaoathly. . I J - Sk " &T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stair h Journal Building. fc H -r e k m s : Per year.... Six mouths. Three months . .Single copies . I S VOL. XVI.-N0. 31, COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1885. WHOLE NO. 8U. w-. itjt- BSBBBBBBBBBBBBBtB BsV mm - V ! ' i - 2-' .1 v s - Hi;. COLUMBUS STATE BANK! " .UMBTJS, NEB. CAiSU C VITAL, - $75,000 DIKKCTOKS: IjKandcii shbakd, Preset. Geo. v- Hclst, Vice l'ru't. Jul a. Reed. 11. : TlENItY. 1 K. Task Eh, Cashier. Hun It Bcif.It, IMmcombi CcII'jcSlorj-l'romptly Made nil Ptfini. iy IiiIci-ckJ om T...

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. — 25 November 1885

. """ . ?& Vf "- ivi -i- 'i -.-i --5- " X wy&jfwv !?: - . X -?" 55 I I? ei. t h - Jftfotttasffactal WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 1885. A BsroBT comes from Portland, Oregon, that J. H. Mitcbel was elect ed United States senator on the third ballot. St. John's vote last year in Ne braska was 2,899. The forty coun ties so far reported, give the prohibi tion ticket 4,583. Miss Cleveland, it is claimed, will devote the income arising from the ale of her book to the endowment of chairs in educational institutions. . At Pontiac, Mich., the other morn ing a Detroit and Milwaukee train ran over and instantly killed Wm. Sanbrook and wife. The bodies were frightfully mangled. Patebs have been received by the clerk of the house of representatives at Washington City giving notice of the contest of Campbell against Weaver of the Fifth Iowa district. A riBE at Hebron, Neb., the other morning burned twenty frame houses. The postoffice and Journal building were destroyed. Loss, $15,000. The letter 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. — 25 November 1885

. I fr olw busfoutnal, WEDNESDAY NOV. 18, 1885. A. & X. TIME TABLE. Pas. Leaves Columbus,. .S:10 a. m. 4 Bollwood .8:35 " David City .9:00 " ' Seward. 10:10 " Arrives at Linoolu .11:25 " Freight. 2:00 p. m. 2:50 " 3:35- " 0:05 " 8:30 " The passenger leavei Lincoln at 3:53 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:15 p. m; toe freight leaves Lincoln at6a. m., and arrives at Columb.us at lp.m. The Journal has decidedly the largest circulation of any newspaper published in Platte county and is the only one printed wholly in the coun ty. The Journal is the official paper of the county, and publishes, by authority, the proceedings of the t? Board of Supervisors, the road noti ces authorised, and all other county printing required by law to be pub lished in a county paper. Follow the crowd to "Fitz'a." The Domestic le'ads them all. J. B. Hcintz is down from St. Edward. German Christmas cardB at Fitz patrick's. 3-30-6t Snow Monday morning on the cars from the west. Fresh oysters and celery at H...

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. — 25 November 1885

sAatasSKSSSSSSeKSfSaSSSfStt1 iSeSSPCiS'KSSSESDKasss. mrrtarxmbB wwIrssSW'aESCjKt3 , m T . s- If i!i I THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, OV.2T,, 1883. I:i:::i at ths P::::5:;, Cilsaits. Hit., a: tec-trl clics-sit'sr. WHEN TO REST. When tlio sun sinks low In the western sky. Then lay the tools or the neoille by: Labor is Tor the llcht. I have won my rcM torn little while; Good uiglit, my voik, j;ood night I" Many a trouble ninn must bear. But the day is the timo lor thought ana cure The day for watch or fight. When the key is turned in the store theu say? To-morrow is nnothcr day; Worry, jjood niht! good night!" Anger may meet us the hole luy I otic. For the jrood must etill resist the wrong, The true light lor the lislit: But oh. when the shadows ot i-vpjilnp fall. The spirit of tho -.'untie peace recall. And say to the wrong: "Good night!" For nn hour or tw o l.t al thoug-hts eeisj. Be jlud in tho household of joy and peace, Hcjoicc in its lore utid light: Then fcleep, but aist with :i kind ...

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. — 2 December 1885

TMs assssnrTaSsaSiM iaM ' f ' ifissffsBl I a!BaeB THL JOURNAL. eat pro leeel on alcalde j, ISSC XVKP.T WEDNESDAY, M. 3v. ULSTER, & CO. t Proprietors and Publishers. of or leas, per aauraaa, five dollara. SaT For time advertieementa, applr at thia oSce. tSTXecal advertisements at statute rates. HTor transient advertiainr,, see rates en third pass. IdPAU advertisements payable Z3TOFFICZ, Eleventh St., up stair n Journal 1 Iding. TUBUS: Per year . . Six months Three months . 'Single co. le S3 1 VOL. XVI.-N0. 32. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1885. WHOLE NO. 812. thlT. fit Omumlms I' IS m. COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLXTMBTTB, HEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIHECTOUS: Leakdek Gekkakd, Pres'l. Geo. W. Huxst, Vict Prcs't. Julius A. Reed. R. II. He.vby. .7. E. Taskeu, Cashier. Raak or Depewit, llcem smd Eichaajte. Collection Promptly Made nil Point. Pay latrrcMt on Time Dcpo- iVi. 274 HENRY LUERS, TtKALKK IN WIND MILLS, AND PUMPS, Buckeye Mower, combined, Self Binder, wire or twine. ...

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. — 2 December 1885

rrirM9?HIBig90lMP T-r-m-n. Tl I ii ' 54 Bs i 5 . I mm fc' I '. ; t: J if s !: J 4filakasJUaral WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2, 1685. Gladstone denies that be was a subscriber to the Confederate cotton loan of 1863. Omaha, it seems, is to hare a anion depot commensurate with her fast increasing proportions. The body of an unknown man was found dead in the streets at Wells, Webster countythis state, the other night. Up to Friday of last week the sub scription to the Grant monument fund in New York amounted to f98.627.2G; Miss Helen Wolf, of David City, is fully qualified and authorized to 'transact business as a notary public in this state. J. A. Williams, confined in the David City, Neb., jail, awaiting trial for forgery, made good his esccpe one night last week. The Bee strikes the nail square on the head when it says "the first paper to be taken in every community should be the home paper." The news reached Omaha Satur day that Warren S. Yates, who has been attending college in the east, had be...

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. — 2 December 1885

- S ' i i Coft thusjautujil, WED" iSDAY DEC. 2, 1885. A. A. 2. TIME TABLE. Pass. Freight. Leaves Columbus... 8:10 a. m. 2:00 p.m. ' Bc'vrood ..8:35 " 2:50 " " David City .9:00 " 3:35 " " Seward. ..1Q;10 " 6:05 " Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 " 8:80 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 8:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:15 p. m: the freight leaves Lincoln at 6 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. The Journal has decidedly the largest circulation of any newspaper published in Platte county and ia the only one printed wholly in the coun ty. The Journal is the official paper of the county, and publishes, by authority, the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors, the road noti ces authorized, and all other county printing required by law to be pub lished in a county paper. Go, Go now, To "Fitz's" for toys, To Fitzpatrick's for dolls, To . D. Fitzpatrick's for games, To Edward D. Fitxpatrick'a for books. To Edward Daniel Fitzpatrick's for handsome holiday presents. 32-3 Weather a little...

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. — 2 December 1885

- . jtaumm-iLjpwinM frmmiVtrrTSSXtM yy?r,'m' t j'ii'v i r "ipr rfi staBmBgas&SttSOKSSSSi 1 TURTLE-FARMING. aaaiBaaaB' A Florid Xaa's Opinion of u Undeveloped Industry. Mr. H. T. Ailing, who has given the subject of turtle-farming considerable attention, was recently interviewed. ;What is your opinion of turtle-farming?" asked the reporter of Mr. Ailing. "Well, from what I know of green turtle, as they are found in certain portions of Florida. I don't know of any other speculation that will compare with it; nWthousand dollars invested In a turtle farm will, at the end of five years, return the principal together 'with the interest at not less than forty per cent, per annum, compounded, to ay nothing of a subsequent return which wijl be equal annually to that of the fifth year." "Upon what do you base your con clusions?" "Well, eleven-twelfths of the supply of green turtle that go into the New York market come from the waters of South Florida and the West Indies. This supply is an...

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. — 9 December 1885

THI JOURNAL. surra W AsWCT-MJie (!" u ( ia b a i BrBaataaaa aaa pro faea i an al carda of ftralinea or leaa, par annum, fiva doUara. ' ' " 13 For time advertisements, apply attalsomce. ISSLul EVEUY WEDSKsDiY, M. K. URNER fc GO. Propr-tors and Publisher Z3T OFFICE. Seventh St., up ow is Journal Building. terms: -ear -: i rl 11-t-- -A, '"Bifh I'eryear . Six month. Three inoni-is single copies rataaoatalrel page. . . VOL. XVL-NO. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1885. WHOLE NO. 81. tTAll aa ta payable talT. srSmmmmmmi mmmmaf Mf EerLafal aavartiseaaaaU at atatata rate. VJsr Om wTaammsmHb mttwwSiamaUmKe 94sV COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLTJ&BUS. 5EB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIEECTOUs: Leaxiku Gkukihd, Prcs'l. GKO. W. lltTLbT, FtC iV't. Julius A. Keed. It. H. 11 EN BY. J. E. Task Eii, Cashier. t Balk of Depoxlt, DbcBI amd Exckange. CellcctloaM Prosnptly Wmde oa all PolHtk. Pay Iatrrrl at 1 lease Depet It. -T4 HENRY LUERS, DEALER IN WIND MILLS, AND PUMPS. Buckeye Mower, combined, Self ...

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. — 9 December 1885

.t&aaxxStliem&iseSS&gSEXgSi HSliaMStltSiiaXtsaiS&SXaCbBSSSSSa re If, ti I'! 14 !:! ISI 4tfatl5 5P wtrwlt WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 1885. The public debt statement shows an increase for the past month of $4,487,000. Mrs. Thomis W. Bbicknkll, has giren Rehobotb, bcr native town, 1500 worth of books to be placed in the Goff memorial building. An exchange says that a Pennsyl vania girl, with an eye to business, aided to her wedding invitations; "No pickle dishes for presents." The committee who had the matter in band so long, has finally selected Qoincy, 111., as the location for the Illinois soldiers' and sailors' home. Elijah BdlhjlND, ofBloomingdale, Mich., the other day attacked his wife and daughter with a knife, end it is claimed fatally wounded them. Capitai. Dunishment has been abolished in Fekin and instead of being decapitated, culprits are sent into Amoor Province to till the soil. By settins: fire to a mattress the other morning, the three little 'chil dren of Mrs. ...

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. — 9 December 1885

- yj vm fy J R ttF ;. Columliu5fautMl, WEDNESDAY DEC. 9, 18S5. A. & X. TIME TABLE. Pass. Freight. Leaves Columbus... 8:10 a.m. 2:00 p. m. Bellwood .8:35 " 2:50 David City. 9.-00 " 3J5 " " Seward. .10:10 " 6:03 " Arrives at Lincoln 11:25 " 8:80 " The passenger leares Lincoln atS:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus :15 p. m: the freight leares Lincoln at 6 a.m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. The Journal has decidedly the largest circulation of any newspaper published in Platte county aad is the only one printed wholly in the coan ty. Tbe Joukxaj. is the official paper of the county, and publisher, by authority, the proceedings of tbe Board of Supervisors, tbe road noti ces authorized, and all other county printing required by law to be pub lished in a county paper. Go, Go now, To "Fuz's" for toys, To Fitzpatrick's for dolls, To E D. Fitzpatrick's for games, To Edward D. Fitipatrick'i for, books. ToEJward Daniel Fitzpatrick's for handsome holiday presents. 32-3 Silk mufflers 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. — 9 December 1885

fe&aixMBmmJSm&SSa aaj.uujwcg3Sff' ,!) rfrT.riig--g' J4AVAL OFFICERS. How They Get Harms Cigars WItbemt Faying Daty. The officers of the United States navy, said a leading Treasury official recently, "arc the greatest smugglers among American citizens. Go into their homes here in Washington and , yon .will find them filled with objects of fortu, fine pictures, bronzes and Turk ish rugs which they hare picked up in Joreign countries and smuggled past the custom-houses. Their cellars are stocked with choice wines which they have gotten in the same way, and the fine cigars they smoke cost them about half price when they come in. as they often do, on our naval vessels from Cuba. It used to be, and not long ago either, that naval officers sold cigars to their friends here, and a ourious case of smuggling cigars happened a year or so ago. A merchant vessel was sent by the navy to Havana to bring back to tiievUnited States some shipwrecked sailors. While .there they obtained hold of...

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. — 16 December 1885

THE JOURNAL. BATES OF AavTKBTIBIIfCi GTBusiness and professional carae. of five lines or Isaa, per annnm, Ire dollars tSkl For time advertisements, apply at this oflce. ifrLegal advertisements nt statate rates. -ITor 'transient adTertlaiag, see raise oatklrd page. ' ETAU adTOrtMsmsata payable ISSUED EVKKY WEPSESDAY, &I. Iv. TUKNER & CO. Proprietors and Publishers. Z3T OFFICE -Elnenlh St., up iWws n Journal Building. fj c tn iff W J - i " . - terms: ! I s p j - r Per year six month Three months Sir.jjlo cople COLUMBUS, NEEV WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 16, IjBfi&w . . ,- VOL. XVLs-NO., 84. , j. WHOLE NO. 814: it tr -J l-fci ithly. Ste SSbBBBBVt 'SSBa stsBBalBm BbmiBbbT CmiK LbkbV BKLb r"Vm I XBsBbI BBW mi ' II II I BBS I BBH BBS iBTlBBBT I "J--M mmw COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HKB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DSKKCTOKS: liEASDEiiGEituAUD, i'rea't. Geo. W". Howt, Vice PresU. Julius A. IIekd. R. II. llEN'UY. J. E. Taskkh, Cashier . K.ikU of lpoil, IHcomi aid Kvchiinso. ;IIM-linn Prom...

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. — 16 December 1885

wiamlR?3rJW!gJSBl4JBSiBasa KryraKxm-r5tt R I nttmkesjernal G WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16, 18K. The London Times sometime ia October had seven yards of political speeches. A gas well has been struck at Loaf Pino which gives indications of all.if bored deeper. - P. Tax illness of Emperor William excites the greatest anxiety throngh oot Gcrmaay. It cost' the people of tail conatry $6,500,000 to feed and blanket the In dians last year. "Mat the doge devour your boat," is the cheerful safatioa of Moslem ladies to Christians in Constantinople. Thibt? forty-acre tracts of school land were sold In Antelope couaty last month at an average of. $7 aa acre.' The President has nominated Jona than F; Gardner, of Nebraska, for surveyor general of Nebraska aad Iowa. Oscak Wilde says the trouble with him is; that he can see aagels where other men can see only flesh and blood. The president's' message is a longthy document which will be read by fewer persons than generally un dertake such a task. Pensions is ...

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. — 16 December 1885

r, t m 1 I C t e I ' c li g L K t at tr O I a at' f I). V al m Pi tr vl tw re er 15. C sc M i pi. tb. an F. Ini en in tbi J Tc I y Hi i XI 5 ret net oti mi I FtS . ph'r onl i BtO goc P.f a.; COJ t staT sho cor. the . bra" wei - j bloT,'" Bten wc 1 reto fr bee J .the mfe" 7:30 p. m. lational Affairs y k THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Thi'CiiierFAocHlivc's Annual Docnmcnt . lo Congress and the People. A Statu I'ancrtliatMenervewandSlionld Ilecelve Public Attention. Grorer'H .Swjijritiotix and UecontmendnUons. In Memory of Hendricks. Washington, Dec. S.To the Con gress of the United States: Your assem bling is clouded by a sense of public be reavement caused by the recent and sud den death of Thomas A. Hendricks, vice-president of the United States. His distingui-hed public services, bis com plete integrity and devotion to even d.ity and bis personal virtues will liud fa vorable record in hi? country's history. Ample and repeateil prools of the esteem and confidence in which be was held by h...

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. — 16 December 1885

--frfiStKCew, ;--'f-'-v. iMfr lFTTTWfnfMnraTB1wnw !! iiiwmiiiin n iinam i p iiwwiiTM-TmM-rTTTTMrBMMMaaaaBlr,'y'it"v " T" y thai thi di in I N no i r T Li it cr Hi il is t i c 1 I. c ! i i i f t c r I 1 J Freidfyftf who eiraed Ralhr ' fonr't alone . - emp'; . that'- & T 7 root h;. wl Itav BU? kl c under the compulsory provisions of law, purchased silver bullion and coined the same at the rate of more than 2,000,000 every month. Bv this process, up to the present date 215,759,431 silver dollars have been coined. A reasonable appre ciation of a delegation of power to the general government would limit its ex Kcise without express restrictive woids to the people's needs and the require ments of the public welfare. Upon this theory the authority to coin money given congress by the constitution, even if it permits the purchase by the government of the bullion for coinage, in any event doea not justify such purchase and coin iffc to an extent beyond the amount seeded for sufheient circ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 December 1885

sla" as Nearest WEDNESDAY DEC. 15, 18S5. A. fc N. TIME TABLE. Freight, a .-00 p. a. 1-M -33 " 6:05 " 8:30 " Leaves Columbus.. .9:10 a. Bell wood .8:5 David City 8.-00 " " Svward. 10:10 " Arrive it Liacola 1143 " The pasteaffer Imtci Liacela atSJta. zn and arrives at Coluaba 7:15 p. m: the freight leaves Liacola at a. a., iu arrives at Coluabu at 1 p. a. The JoumatAl. hM decidedly tee largest clrculatioa of My aewspaaer pnblishea in Platte couaty ud U taa only one printed wholly im tee oeea ty. The Jocasai. is tee emcial paper of the coanty, aad pabllsaes, by authority, the proceedlafs of the Board of Supervisors, the road aoti ces authorized, and all ether coaaty printing required by law to ba pab lished in a county paper. Go, Go now, To "Fitz's" for toys, To Fitzpatrick's for dolli, To . D. Fitzpatrick'i for fames, To Edward D. Fitspatrick'e for books. To Edward Daniel Fitxpetrick' for handsome holiday preaeat. 32-3 Silk mufflers at Kramer7. Follow the crowd to "Fitr." The Domestic...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 December 1885

fi3&5S3SyiyiZZ?ZV3WTtt 3tia?&VfyCTSrzE'fcacxirataMi)MMmrrrTmixJKM'Tg2imai I iiiw, iilinjnm-l' I - -.. wirniiji "i'" " ' I w H n NAPLES. SlffaXaaaaare AFlace WMre All Ordi nary Business Can be Transacted With ont Opening; Your Lips. Naples is the only town known to us in which, if you are acquainted with the recognized language of signs, you can bny and sell, impart and receive useful information of various kinds, make love, and challenge your enemy to the death'without opening your lips. Why this is. so is a difficult question. Some have supposed that these gestures were once a secret speech, which the laasa roni used in order to shield themselves from tho oppression of their social su periors, and which they still employ to inform each other of the weaknesses of their foreign patrons. This theory may be correct; but sometimes one is in clined to think that tho motive that prompted tho invention and gave it cur rency was less neroic ana more practical. May not the Neapolitan...

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. — 23 December 1885

TCS F ABTEMTHUIC 23TBuaineas and professional cards of five lines or leas, per annam, lve dollars. IS? For time adTertiaemeaU, apply at this office. IT'Legal advertiaMMata atstatat rata, 23TFor transient advsrtlsiac, rates on third page. J3TA11 adTsrtisesasats payabls montnly. ISSUS, SVERY WEI)ESIUV, m. e:. :kner sc co. Propri rt anc Publishers. rg-OFFIC- Eleventh St., up stairs jit Journal Buildiny TEKMi: '2 0 X 90 SO 5 Per year mx months Tnri-t mania' ME-i COpJC- VOL. XVI.-NO. 85. COLUMBUS, NEB.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28. !885. WHOLE NO. 815. THE rQURNAL. Journal we i COLUMBUS STATE BANK! I C0LU2IBUS. KEB. t f u r A PI TA L, - $75,000 . DIUECTOK-: LEDsn Reebabu, Pra'l. Geo. W. lin.-T, Vice Prcjr't. .Titlicb A. Keep. II. H. Ucm:t. J. K. Taskei.. Cashier. HanU of Ieit. IWUconni sxI r.cn:i!i5. 'IIffSJon-IriMI'? "Snl on nil I!ut. Iaj lnterf( " Time Ieio it- - HENRY LTJERS, HUM. Is CHALLENGE WIND MILLS, AKD PUMPS. Buckeye Mower, combined, Self Binder, wire or twine. l'U!i!i Uepaireu 011 ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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