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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 June 1886

3 ataataasJUarttal WEDNESDAY. 16 JUNE. 1886. It costs the Southern State MO, 000,000 for the picking alone of the cotton crop. " Bust county officials have purchas ed a new road grader for the use of that county. Citizens of Nebraska think she is doing quite well for a nineteen years-old state. A tenderfoot wu held up and robbed of all his wealth the other day at McCook. Anufof 160 acres, two miles from Millard, Neb., was sold the other day for $7,000. It is simply wonderfnl that it takes but six minutes now to send a cable message from this country to London and get the answer. Mobmon elders, in Georgia, are said to be in extraordinary demand, and one hundred and fifty have re cently been assigned to work. A South Carolina judge decides that tree climbing is an inalienable right of boys, over which mnnicipal authorities have no jurisdiction. Slates which have roofed Carrick Castle for 300 years are found to be perfectly sound. Tet the Irish quar ries which they were taken from are ...

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 June 1886

' O g Jgafamfats fhracinti WEDNESDAY JUNK 10. ISL-C A. AS. TIME TABLE. Pat... Leaves Columbus. .8:10 a.m. Hull wood .:'" " " lavid City !.0d 4 Seward. ..10:10 " Arrivc6 at Lincoln. .11:25 " The passenjrer leaves Lincoln ,. .t,.1 rriv Tit (!olllllltjlI I the freight leaves Lincoln at u a. arrives at Columbus at l p. m. Mrs. Jas. Sewler is reported very eick. The corn weather ha3 begun iu good shape. Seed buckwheat for sale at J. P. Becker & CVe. G"4 New stock of lawns just re ceived at Kramer's. Best paints at ruiiioiiB prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Gentlemen' fine cassimcrca for suits at Galley Bros. Men's and boys' seersucker coals and vests at Kramer's. Ladies and children's straw hats very cheap at Kramer's. A splendid line of new stjle ginghams at Galley Hros. John O'Neil set fire to his first kiln ol brick Wednesday. LadieB' euibroiduied robed for summer wear at Galley Bros. Best paints in market at unheard of prices, Columbus Lumber Co. We make bui'ieV line shoes 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. — 16 June 1886

A WHALE HUNT. aw the Excitlnr Sport Is Carried On by Norwegian Hunter. We arc in the middle of a flock of giants of the sea. The enormous brown and blue bodies rise out of the sea; the back is bent upward, it looks liko the bottom of a capsized ship; it disappears; but the sea becomes almost calm where the whale went down, and several minutes elapse before the waves arc abl to cummer tiie calm. From time to time deep, dull snorts are hoard, thundering and trembling:, as if the deepest strings of a dozen double-basses were being played down below; and at others, a harp swishing sound, like an enormous fountain suddenly set to play and a column of crystal spray ascends some thirty feet into the air. The gigantic, glistening body appears on the surface; the back is bent upward a second, and ii again disappears. It looks as if the whale was warm and comfortable enough; the sea water, to s looking so cold, plays pleasantly around it; hot. steam issues from ite dilated nostrils, and it se...

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 June 1886

s i i r -7 THE JOURNAL. ISSUED KVKKY WEDNESDAY, .M. K' TUiWSTEll & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. J3" OFFICE, Eleventh St., upttairs n Journal Building. - tekmh: Peryear Six mouths Three months Single-copies 19 I COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 OlKKCTOltS: LeaNDEK (lEIlllAUD, I'rcs'i. Geo. W. Ilui.sr, 7-c 7'iV-s7. Mil MUM A. I'KKI. K. II. IlKSIIY. J. K. Tamkku, ('usiiicr. -o- gM( if Iepoit, IMhcoiibi Colllo- lrmllj Jtside all Polai. Pay lBlnt n 'rime fp II. 27 HENRY LUERS, HKAI.1'11 IN WIND MILLS, AND PUMP, Buckeye Mower, combined, Self Binder, wire or twine. Pumps Repaired" on sliorl notice SSrOne door we-t of Heinlz's Drug Store, 11th Street, Columbia, Neb. HENRY G-ASS. UNDEKTAKEE ! COFFINS AND METALLIC CASES AND DKALKK IX Furniture. Chairs, Bedsteads. Bu reaus. Tables, Safes. Lounges. &c. Picture Frames and Mouldings. XSTIieiuiirinu of all kiml.tof l')holsten Uood .tf COLl'MM'S. NKIi. SUGAR CATHARTIC COATED f, CURE Hewkeho. Xauea, Dizzine?, a...

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. — 23 June 1886

1 I? altwtaftwMl WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 28 1886. Nevada hM 1,500,000 acres oflud for tale. Okx man ia Lyon connty, Iowa, ku a flock of 5,000 chiclcens. Barbers at Findley, Ohio, refuse to share customers daring a thnnder atonn. -Tmuue an ao many rats in Kansas City that each policeman Is famished with a terrier. Prokikeht Georgia farmers are preparing to substitute Chinese for negro labor on their plantations. A buhch of seren-headed wheat. mtm feet three inches in hight, was exhibited in Stockton, Cal., last year. A Portland, Ore., paper mill gets paper stock, jnte butts, from Calcutta, far the atannfacture of manila paper. Recently burglars simultaneously broke into twenty-five houses in Macon, Ho., and secured much plunder. Central City has organized sev eral bnildinr comnanies. One is talking of bnilding a $12,000 Opera House and another an $8,000 hotel. The officials of Neligh have im posed a special tax on every business saaa within the limits of the town in order to pay for pnblic ...

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. — 23 June 1886

$etnitltts fan real, , A. AN. TIMETABLE. Fas. Freight. Leaves Columbus. .8:10 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Bell wood... 8:35 " 2:83 " " David City 9:00 " .1:20 " Seward.. ..10:10 " :00 " ArrfYes,at Lincoln 11:25 " 8:30 J Tic passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:5,1 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. N4TLRDAY, JIII.V 3d. Wjck will Sarely le acre Bdaake taespeeca. Hose Team Races, Foot Races, Base Ball, Dances, Fireworks. Everybody come. Go to R. C Boyd for stoves. Best gasoliue stove on earth at R. C. Boyd's. Seed buckwheat for sale at J. P. Becker & Go's. G-4 New 6tock of lawns just re ceived at Kramer's. Best paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Gentlemen's fine caasimeres for suits at Galley Bros. Horace Hudson of Silver Creek, was in town Monday. Men's and boyb' soereucker dnats and vests at Kramer'. Ladies and children's straw hats very cheap at Kramer's. Tho growing crops are cominjr along very sa...

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. — 23 June 1886

t f m ; B 1 ABOUT MARRIAGE. to Tfceee Abes to Slip 0 Katrimoaial If ooee. Somc.manyforthefunof the thing and never ice where it comes in. This Id discouraging. Some marry for the sake of a good companion and never discover their mistake. This is lucky. Man is a fickle "critter." Even Adam, who had his wife made to order, found more of less fault with her. Don't marry a man for his reputa tion. It is liable to be only a second hand affair, borrowed from his ances tor8 "Many women have married men for their fine exterior. But that's all thero k to an ancient egg worth mentioning. Many marry to spito some one else only to learn that they got the butt-end of the' transaction, and its worst end at that. Marriage is a lottery full of chances. That's what gives it flavor. All like to chance it, because everybody thinks to win;a prize. Wedlock, in its original state, was as pure as sweet milk fresh from the cow, but man couldn't rest until he stripped it of much of its rich cream. I say whe...

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. — 30 June 1886

i3lK' ?v. Or THE JOURNAL. ISSUED IVBRY WDNISDAY, M. K. TURNEK & CO., G Proprietors i Publishers. &r OFFICE, Eleventh St., upr-tairs . n Journal Building. " TKKMS: Per year Six mouths Three month " single copies 1 M 5 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: LEAKIEuGKBItAKD, Pt'es'l. Uko. W. Humit, Tice VeVf. Julius A. ItBtn. It. II. llESKV. J. K. Taskeu, Cashier. Baak f lepl. IMnremai and tEcamasje. CllectlBM Promptly Ml- a mil Pel at. Hay iMtprrft Time W-rp It. 274 HENRY LUERS, DKALKK IN WIND MILLS, AND PUMP. Buckeye Mower, combined, Self Binder, wire or twine. Pimps Repaired on short notice J3TOne iloor west of Heintz's Drug Store, 11th Street, Columbus, Neb. S HENRY G-ASS. UNDEKTAXEK ! COFFINS AND METALLIC CASES AND DKAI.KK IN Furniture. Chairs, Bedsteads. Bu reaus, Tables, Safes. Lounges, &.C. Picture Frames and Mouldings. $3T ttepairina of all kinds of Upholstery Goods 0-tf COLUMBUS. NKB. HALLS hair RENEWER It is a medicinal preparation...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 June 1886

"'i. . ttiwUsfburiat, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1886. The Western Journal of Health ayi the reading should be "cleanli bm is godliness." 100,000 shade trees now make Washington glorious in fresh, green and fragrant blossoms. Two lads, aged nine and ten res ' pectivelly, have been arrested in Boston for house robbing. As old man's prayer that bis house should burn was answered after his death at Carthage, Tenn., last week. A Russian, at Yankton, D. T., con templates making a trip to Moscow in an "ark" of his own manufacture. The Chicago & North-Western will hereafter run trains every day of the week between Omaha and Chi cago. It is claimed that out of 7,000 per sons inoculated for yellow fever by aKio Janeiro physician only seven died of the disease, although the epidemic was of unusual intensity. The Norfolk Newt says that Judges Searles and Kelley and. Dr. Scbwank have invested in a silver mine near Buffalo Gap, and will be gin the work of developing it at once. A Roman Catholic chu...

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. — 30 June 1886

-V" :1 Sh. m is w i 4 J- K - ft 4 4 4 4- " ?Pe Is t w I 'I J f I3- 1: fthmtttsfaarNttt, IP WEDNESDAY JUNE SO, 1886. A. N. TIMETABLE. Pass. Leaves Columbus,.. 8:10. m. Bellwood...8:35 " " David City.9:00 " Seward. ...10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 " Freight. 1:50 p. in. 2:35 " 3:20 " C:00 4t 8:30 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p ra., and arrives at Columbus 7:00"p. m the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., am arrives at Columbus at 1 p. in. Go to R. C. Boyd for stoves. Beat paints at ruinous prices, Co lunbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Gentlemeu'd fine caasinjires for suits at Galley Bros. Go to K. C. Boyd'n for tinware, roofing aud spouting. 10 -2 1 A splendid line of new style ginghams at Galley Bros. The Platte river bridgo at Fre mont is "closed for repairs." Ladies' embroidered robes for summer, wear at Galley Bros. Best paTniti in market at unheard ! -(en-Aid bojerfiuater cluUs HUUpn aaaa""" V- saaaaj T .iiEj -Vtl.l . nlJWl.nlo a-JjaUUtaaau CUIUWU a njraiau verVneapinner 7 o...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 June 1886

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 188G. Satsrtl at tti PerUSe. Coliafcu. Bit., u tieoad dui auttir. THE TRUTH ABOUT IT. Unrfajr," sang the poet, "budding print;." Alas! the boughs were bare: He wu himself the ono preen thing. For Ice lay eyerywhere. "Hall, Spring, with breezes soft and sweet." The 8pring returned bit ball; Tbere came a shower of saow and sleet Upon a wintry galo. "Sing, merry birds, in bush and tree." He read the almanac; the birds were wiser far than he. And did not hurry back. Sprint gentle here he ceased to sing. bet tie sad truth bo told: The while he sang of balmy spring. He caught an awful cold. Mrt.SL P. Handy, In Century Magazine. SLEEPING-CAR SPOTTERS. How They Bring Unwary Conduct ors to Suddon Grlofc Not a hundred yards from Grand Central depot is a saloon largely fre quented by railroad employes, and es pecially by sleeping-car conductors, who, as a rule, indulge in fancy drinks of first quality and display a very fas tidious taste. A reporter happened th...

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 July 1886

Pr ' sr THE JOURNAL. ISSUED BVIRY WSDKKbDAY, M. K. TTJRJSTEK &, CO., - Proprietor! and Publishers. BATU OF AnYJEMTlMIlCt 0itpt JdFBusinessand profesaioaalcarda of ae lines or leas, per annaai, dollars. - - B3f For time advertisements. apply at this office. ETLegal advertisements at statute rates. 5TFor transient advertiaint;, see rates on third page. 13TA11 advertisements payable monthly. 23" 0 FFI CE, Eleventh St. , up fairs h Journal Building. TKKMS: Perycar Six months .. Three months single. tojdes . VOL. XVII.-NO. II. C OLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JULY 7, 1886. WHOLE NO. 843. 5 Sw 9 ;S fko ,4? V- I i . Viffr? Ers--.. fr?r COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 LMKKCTOKS: Leakokk (Iekkaki), Pres'i. Ueo. W. IIoi.st, Vice Pres't. Julius A. lticni. K. II . Hknky. J. 15. Task Kit, Cashier. Ilnak of DepoNit, IHwoubi Collection "romplly Wnde on nil PolBto. iy Intorost on Time lpo-. it. 274 HENRY LUERS, DKAI.VK IN CHALLENGE WIND MILLS, AND PUMP, Buckeye Mower, com...

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 July 1886

Jl -. tr- ti 1 n I i i H i i i h . I I M 4 $iumktnaml WEDNESDAY, JULY 1TI886. A new bank building is being erected at West Point The peach crop of Delaware will not be a full average one. ' " Blaine county has been organized and Brewster is to be the coanty seat, temporarily. Six thousand volumes are added to the Yale Library annually. A new county is to be formed out of the southeast corner of Custer. In the Island of Java there are twenty letter-press printing offices. Cobn eight and nine feet high is re ported from the southern counties of Kansas. A vein of iron ore discovered at NegaaBee, Mich., turns out to be 150 feet thick. Three cases of glanders have re cently appeared in a herd of horses near Omaha. A new packing house is being built at Lincoln and will be ready for busi ness this season. The Boston Postoffice yields the government an annaal net revenue of over $3,000,000. A half million dollars of gold bars at New York the other day were or dered for shipment. The citizen...

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 July 1886

Jr 4- n: 4- J it i (fttowlnsjftutnal WEDNESDAY JDLY T, i?G. A. & N. TIME TABLE. Pass. Freight. Leaves columtus,..s:ina.in. !: p. m. l:fo p BeIlwood...8:3Ti " David Citv 0:00 " " Seward. ..10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln. .11:25 " 2:35 " 3:20 " 0:00 " S:ol) " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. ni., and arrives at Columbus 7-00 p. ni; the'freight leaves Lincoln at t a. ., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. in. Supervisors in session. Now prepare for the fair. Best paints at rainous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tl . Gentlemen's fine caseimeres suits at Galley Bros. it. aefBoytfr rooafMrxaaapout Prof. W. B. Backus home Friday evening. The best man is not the one who has the smallest mouth. A splendid lino of new stj le giughauis at Galley Bros. The Platte river bridge at Frc mout is "closed for repairs." Ladies' embroidered robes for summer wear at Galley Bros. May nard Ilurd is fimne from hid school on the Looking Glass. , Beat paints in market at unheard of prices, Columbus Lumb...

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 July 1886

V,3. '-I i 1 F t r ! V. l t -.N I ( Is- M v. If THE JOURNAL. - WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1886. Stttnl at tt rottoSei, Collates, Sis.. i isces! cImi Batter. THE CHECKERED APRON. She put her checkered aproa ob, sad tied it rotus her waist Noqaeenwith jeweled diadem could be more fitly graced. And when she sauntered down the lane and reached the linden tree, I thought I saw my coming fate, whose name was Kitty Lee. X had not spoken much sf lore, though often we had met And yet she answered something, once, I could not well forget: But she was fair and rosy, and I thought how nice twould be If, when she tied that apron on, the tie was meant for me. The summer sun was nestling down beyond tbe distant nil is. One voice alone saluted us the plaintive whip-poor-will's., ' o- ; I spoke about ay loneliness, of tolls and cares that fret," And she. with soothing readiness, was, glad that we had met. One knowanot how such little words proceed from less to more. But, somehow, we cam nearer than we ever ...

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. — 14 July 1886

1 " It I THE JOURNAL. loSUKU KVKKY WKUS1 hIAY. - M. K. TURNER fc CO. Proprietors and Publisher. BATESOFATEMriin a"ulmbtts r. "i -" H -3- ; 1'7'Bmalaesaand profeaaioaalcaida of five lines or lass, per annasafive dollars. For time advertisemeats, apply at this office. - tSTLegal advertisements at statate rates. STor transient advertising, see rates on third page. EbTAII advertisemeats payable monthly. &3 OFFICE, Eleventh St., upstairs n Journal Vu llil fug. TKKMS: L'crycar v Six mouths j Tnree months Siuglecoples fj VOL. XVII.--N0. 12. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JULY 14, 1886. WHOLE NO. 844. "-1 s i iiitip). lie r j COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 IUKKCTOKS: Leanoek Gkbrakd. Pres'l. Geo. W. Hui.st, Vice Pres't. Janus A. Kkk:. K. H. Henry. J. E. Taskbii, C.nhier. lank of Deposit, IttHroiuit aad EichunK'. r Collectiou 8romitly .m1 on al! I'oiBtN. Way lntrl n Time - lt. -'' HENRY LUERS, IfcAiK IN cziAXaumis&& WIND MILLS, AND PUMP. Buckeye Mower, co...

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. — 14 July 1886

ti t i 0 ? i. i f 'I j t; I i I i pi Hi k ftlinlsfrtl WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1886. Form thousand ofthe 5.900 teachers in Nebraska are women. President Cleveland has signed the Fitz John Porter bill. The President has nominated Thos. A. O'Shea for postmaster at Madison Neb. Fremont is having trouble and disagreement with her contractors for the waterworks. Prof. Timothy Dwioht was on the 1st inst., inaugurated as president of Tale college, to succeed Dr. Porter. Hon. C. P. Mathew&on, of Nor folk, who has been absent from bis home for some time, returned one day last week. One hundred and eighty-nine new cases of cholera were reported one day last week to Rome from Brind isi, and 71 deaths. One morning last week the speak er of the House presented twenty oe veto messages transmitted by President Cleveland, mostly relating to pensions. The Weetern Pottery Company's building! at Louisville, Neb., ex cepting their warehouse, were con sumed by fire one night last week. The property destr...

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. — 14 July 1886

4 -V 4- A- '. F 4- 4- 4r Jr -f - - -4 -V r r w I' chimbus four mil WEDNESDAY JULY U, llfcG. A. &N. TIME TABLE. Pas. LeaTes Columbus. .8:10 a. in. ' Bellwood .8:35 " David City 9:00 " Seward. 10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln llril " Freight. 1:.')0 p. m. 2:35 " :5:20 " 6:00 " 8:30 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:35 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. in; the freight leaves Lincoln at G a. in., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Visit E. D. Fitzpatrick'ri book and loy store. 12 '" Mra. Tat. Morriflscy ia slowly re covering her health. Best paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50 2-tf Dr. Boueetcel of Denver came in from the west Saturday. The Knights of Lahor have leaned Watla worth Hall for a year. Bent paiuid in market at unheard ' of prices, Columbus Lumber Co. Mrs. Loeb of Chicago in visiting Ler daughter, Mrs. Carl Kramer. Giul Wantkh;-To do housework. Good wages. Call at (ius. C: Becher. 11-4 Juo. Walker, auctioneer, one per ceut. AddrehB Humphrey or Lind say. Goo...

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. — 14 July 1886

Fh r.. - 1 M I i"lui a. ; k I r ; TS A HOT PLACE. ejearalag at Hawaii, a Comspoadeafe Ia terrlewa a Volcano ia FaU Blast. H. S. Jordan writes to the Chicago Intcr-Occan from Kohala, Hawaii: The proper name of this rrcat crater is Kileauaand it is situated on the south ern slope of the Mauna Loa Mountain, some several thousand feet below the apex. -The crater proper is nine miles in circumference and about sjx hundred feet deep. The'floor of" this crater is covered with black lava, and every few weeks or months it receives a new coat-' ing. This floor is as uneven as the waves of the restless ocean. The de scent into the crater is made by a path cut down and alongside of this great Pali. On leaving the house the excur sionist is provided with stout staff and a, lantern. The guide precedes the com pany with staff, lantern, and a large canteen of water. The volcano proper lies two and one-half miles from the outer rim of the crater. The trip across the lava can be made with reasonable ...

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. — 21 July 1886

r-r ' ". .'rp w m i h- ! THE JOURNAL. ittouen evxry wkdnj-jshay. M. K. TURNEK &- tXX, , ' Proprietori and Publishers . T3T OFFICE, Eleventh St.. upstairs H Journal Building. TEKM8: lerycar Six months a Tlirce mqnths Singlecnpies COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS. NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: LkandkuGkrbaui), Pre','. Gko. W. Hui.sT.Viee VV. Julius A. Rkkd. It. U. Uknkv. .f. E. Taskku, f'aihier. Bulk of lei"it OUtonwt Kid ETChauc?. Collection fi'fsiwpllj .jmI all llnt. l.j lulei-cwl on '"In- !.- Um. m HENRY LUERS, DKAl.KK IN CHALLENGE WIND MILLS, AND PUMP, Buckeye Mower, combined, Self Binder, wire or twine. Pimps Repaired on .short notice HSrOiie door west of Ileintz's Drug Store, 11th Street, Columbm, Neb. S HENRY G-ASS. COFFINS AND METALLIC CASES AXD DKALKU IN Furniture, Chairs, Bedsteads, Bu reaus, Tables, Safes. Lounges, Ac, Picture Frames and Mouldings. X3" liepuirina of all kinds of Upholstery Goods. e-tr COLUMBUS. NEB. Your Hair should be your crowning glory. Aycr's...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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