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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 July 1886

p. i . I 8 I fS .2 i 21 4 H !I J ' W H K v- i. (-1 ? t 1 t s (. : i fttafasfticiml, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 18t6. Thb name of Denver Jnnction has been changed to Jnlesbarg. Living is said to be cheaper in San Francisco than it is in the east The Valentine land office bandied $96,000 in cash during the month of June. Moonfish are the latest craze. They are said by epicures to be eqnal to sheepshead. Over fifteen hundred persons are engaged in the custom service at the port of New York. It is claimed that New York and Brooklyn consume 21 per cent, of the malt liquor in the Union. A son of Mr. Starmer, of Glencoe Neb., died a short time ago of blood poison communicated from a sick horse. The Union Pacific has appointed J. N. Parsons inspector of train ser vice and stations for the Nebraska division. Witpp's skatincr rink building at Neligb, Neb., morning. It caught fire. waB burned the other IB not known now A peat deposit, forty acres in ex tent and seven feet deep, has been found on the ...

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. — 21 July 1886

'-r " V. I f. ofam&nsfournjl, WEDNESDAY JULY 21, 188G. A. & N. TIME TABLE. Tans. Freight. Leaves Columbus,. .8:10 a. m. 1:50 p.m. Bellwood...8:35 " 2:35 " " David City 9:00 " 3:20 " " Seward. ..10:10 " C:00 " Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 8:30 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. in., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Attend the cheap sale at Kramer's. Visit E. D. Fitzpat rick's book and toy store. 12-3-tf A. M. Jennings went to St. Ed wards yesterday. Beet paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Ada Smith has returned from her visit to Fremont. Miss Covert, from Iowa, is visit . iug her brother Albert. Sweepiug reductions on all sea sonable goods at Kramer's. A large number of citizens went to Shogo Island yesterday. G. W. Clark of Humphrey was in town yesterday morning. We will sell Lawn at -great reductions. C. & L Kramer. Best paints in market at unheard of prices, Columbus Lu...

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. — 21 July 1886

'"5" :r $. 'JT J tel Sr- - il t . fv 'll 4 w X ' - L if i ill I U. H r li! 1 m v r 'Tem ab. Wew sass-a KSIK'po' ltTO lipctooy" coaiptete J" -satia' began and he two wo the Mtart to tell ttei nate cracks. ie w.,. "cuer, yey both struck to "nua onenin' sir-then fell 1st on their 3Vomnrthoro -bs they were QUteuyiyin (ed m if Ult divll f ear of tbeir wcronigb cracked their dlges Tffiu.7was sound. An men, nearly dead from a batln'. Ted away home they'd enough of the JutwoUttIe blackthorns (it's truth I'm re latin') . . , .. 'ere laug-hin' like maa at tae aeea ey aw aone. John H. Byas. A VILLAGE SCANDAL. "I do not believe it," said Mrs. Grant, . emphatically. But what everybody says most be true," persisted Mrs. Jeffrey. "By no means," said Helen Grant "Once everybody said the earth was flat now we all know it is round," "Speak for yourself!" retorted Mrs. Jeffrey. "I don't know it's round, but 5m willing to believe it on good evi dence. Thank heaven, I'm not so stub Txrn that I won't bel...

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. — 28 July 1886

te. -- "V amillWMfWWIW!l'' ffi'i 5f T iW.JxIU'-i'l.UCM utl tuvrt ,fiH"l flffii 'tumtyy .t. t-rr 7T ' . THEJOIHCNAL. BATES OVAaWSMTMINCt tdTBuainess and professioBalcarda of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. ----- - ... E7 For time advertisements. apply at this office. ' 35TLegal advertisements at statute rates. EVFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. I3TA11 advertisements .payable monthly. itSCHD CVSKT WKDNKSUAY, j M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietor i ami Publishers. I3T OFFICE, Eleventh it., ptajr n.onriiJMiWi9. " ' n vtzj - TKRHS: ' Per year Sir mouth.. . Three months' . :) ingle coplea COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JULY 28. 1880.' VOL. XVI I. --NO. 14. WHOLE NO. 840. ifo inlntnmi ivttpal P SSI? 5 ' J X m- r,"v--. 4. p sr " r 4 1 i I IfcjE' I5T COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTOR: Lkasukk Geuuaud, Prcs'l. "tiBO-'W: Hulst, Vice Prex't. J m. ni.s A. Kkkx. It. II. Uknuv. J. E. Taskek, Cashier. finale r ,lepeIt !: t amd ExchiiBKe....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 July 1886

J4tTC?-' -' ii I, It ! li I ri ftliwltsf !, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 18S6. There are in the United States 1,024,801 tenant farmer. Ik Europe cocoaine bag been found efficient in the treatment of asthma. These are only 7,370 women em ployed in the English Civil Service. Electricity is now being used and applied to the bleaching of cotton fabrics. Spain is trying to sell $60,000,000 worth of forests and build a navy with the money. -' Ik a number of sections of Nebras ka, last week, refreshing and needed rains took' place. The pay of doctors in China is from 5 to 10 cents a visit, and they are kept exceedingly busy. Mr. John L. Doty, an able lawyer of Washington, D. C, has recently located at Lincoln, this state. Evening high schools are now pro vided for in cities of 50,000 or more inhabitants in Massachusetts. A. H. Bakeb, has been confirm ed by the Senate as receiver of pub lic moneys at Grand Island, Neb. Stbeet railways in 233 cities and towns in this country are said to have in use 8...

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. — 28 July 1886

' 4- 4- .1 il : U 1 9 . r fc w f tRwlMsfsHCIuf, WEDNESDAY JULY 'IS, 18SS. A. AN. TIME TABLE. Vm. Freight. Leaves Columbus,. .8:10 a. m. 1:50 p, m. Bell wood... 8:35 " .2:3. " David City 9:00 " :30 " Seward. ...10:10 " 6:00 " Arrives sf Lincoln .11:23 " S:-0 The' passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. iu., and arrives at Columbus 700 p. ni; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. ni. Prepare for the Fair. Geo. Wanders boy is quite sick Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turner's Platte Center is to have a news paper. iVielt jflP. FiUMrick'j a Bl Bhs'io o tojWapr. r r Mrs. Henry Woods was very ill last week. Straw hats at cost, to close, at Galley Bros. I Summer ginghams, 7!c per yd., "j at Galley Bros. Win." Ripp of Humphrey, was in town Saturday. Fresh oysters by the plate and "T can at Brandt Bros. W-tf J Best paints at ruinous prices, Co - ' lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Mrs. George W. uuisi is uuiuo again from the east. Tn'luintin'H. in all colors. iuc per yd. a...

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. — 28 July 1886

-,- -aga,. 1 5 hi ' ' i 3 :.! 3 m 1 : ; II I; ci, ! I' I ft 7 THE ACAPTAKIWILP KAN. - Down in the rich alluvial delta, of Louisiana there winds to the sea a slow brown bayou called the Terrebonne, from the fertility of the black loamy land through which it flows. Big sugar plantations lie .along -its course, but near the mouth are the homes of many Acadians, for :this was one of the Streams along which they settled in Louisiana. , . They cultivate little rice farms and orange groves, and live in summer upon their fishing and the produce of their gardens in winter upon the game that abounds iu tho marshes. Since their exile they, like the Bourbons, have for gotten nothing and have learned noth ing. Their language, customs and manners are identically the same as the day when With the turn of the tide the ships Killed out of the harbor. And the coasts of their beloved land grew misty with distance.. In among these thriving little farms is a large tract of land, a melancholy, weedy wast...

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. — 4 August 1886

THE JOURNAL. tSSUKD KVIKY WEDNESDAY, M. K-'TURNER &fCO.. Proprietors and Publisfcerf. iJT OFFICE,-Eleventh &t.t up ftait n Journal Building. terms: I'oryear Six month Turee months Single copies . 1 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! CQLUtf BU,S, NEB. . ( CAHU CAPITAL, - ! Q i" . $75,000 J J DIKKUTOKS: Leandei: (Jkuraud, Pret-'i.i .JUko..W. Hui.riT, l':Vc.;W. J Julius A. Ititi-n. It. H. IIkni:y. J. K. Taskkh. Cashier. T9 -- O- jBmmIc of Wepotlt, licMBi t ud EKhatCfi. Collection I'romptly .! nil IoiutH. Fh.3' Itttcreht n Time lfpe lt. ' HENRY' LUERS, DKAI.Klt IN WIND MILLS, AND PUMP, Buckoye Mowor, combined, Self Binder, wire or twine. Pumps ltayaireil ou sliort uolire JSJTOne door west of lleititz' Drug Store, 11th Street. Columbus, Neb. S HENRY G-ASS. TJISriD ERTAKER ! COFFINS AMI MKTA1.I.1C USES ANO IKM.i:it IN Furniture, Chairs, Bedsteads, Bu reaus, Tables. Safes. Lounges, &c . Picture Tratnea and Mouldings. Z3T h'epm'rinu of all kinds of Upholstery Good tt-tf COI.tlMHPS. XKU. SUGAR...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 August 1886

i t. w If ft I l? 1 All Rfi i p 4$tt.bas (, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1880. There is talk of dividing Holt comity this fall. These are bat six democratic rotes in Wheeler county. Nebraska City has decided to have waterworks by a vote of 600 to 40. Railroads in Louisiana are ran at a loss, so far as local traffic is coa cerned. It is claimed by Englishmen that Gladstjne's defeat is solely attribut able to American interference. Gen. J. M. Thater addressed a large number of the G. A. R. boys at Liberty, Neb., the other evening. Mr. Codt, a young man, was drowned the other day near Omaha in the Missouri river, while bathing. The extreme dryness of the season in Arizona is notable to the oldest settler. No one has seen anything like it. If anybody had doubts about J. N. Paul's being virtually out of the race for governor, those doubts have prob ably been removed. The main building of the State Soldiers' Home at KnighUtown, Ind-, was destroyed by fire the other evening, loss 190,000. The Frem...

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. — 4 August 1886

$iafesfacnt, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4, 1. A. & N. TIME TABLE. Paid. Leaves Columbus,.. 8:10 a. m. Bellwood...8:35 " " David City 9:00 " ' Seward 10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 " Freight. 1:50 p. in. 2:35 3:2) " G:O0 8:30 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at ii a. mM and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Rain, and plenty of it. Abundance of rain last week. We don't see that new depot yet. Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turner's. Omaha Indians iu the city last week. Straw hats at cost, to close, at Galley Bros. Summer ginghams, 7c per yd., at Galley Bros. Fresh oysters by the plate and can at Brandt Bros. 14-tf Best paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co." 50-2-tf Lace buntings, in all colors, 10c per yd. at Galley Bros. 5-14-5t A stranger is in jail on a charge of threatening to shoot. George Matthews returned Fri day from Harvard, Nebr. Mrs. Pat Hayes was visiting frieuda at Duncan last week. For drugs, me...

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. — 4 August 1886

I I K I i HP i r f. !) Fl: r BTJCHAXaJTS TRAGEDY. ' j Maw Iws UtM Were Wrecked ay Cksace sad Craelty. The extract from a Washington letter to the Chicago New headed "Buchan an's Tragic Lore Story," copied into the Tribune recently, is called by people here who claim to know a mass of errors. His love story as told by them and they assert they have often heard the particulars from" his own lips, and farther that it can be verified by mariy 'till living in Lancaster is to this effect: The young lady to whom Mr. Buchanan was engaged to bo married was Miss. Anne Coleman of Lancaster, not of Philadelphia. Mr. Buchanan at this time was not "practicing law in a remote part .of Pennsylvania," but was a member of the Legislature, residing in Lancaster, next door to theColemans in East Hng street j He "was a lawyer bvfprofessiooand-wentvtb -Lancaster from franklin county, to study for the bar when a boy. Ilis engagement to 'Miss Coleman was long before he pur chased his country-seat of "Wheat...

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. — 11 August 1886

m t el . 4 4 L 111 THE JOURNAL. 1 ISSUED XVKKT WEDNESDAY, MtJk. TtJItlSTEIi & CO., 1 ' Proprietors and. Publisher. OFFICE, Eleventh St., vftair n Journal Building. -. TERMS: Pcryenr Six mouths Three months Single copies . 1 5 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! , COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH. CAPITAL, - $75,000 - DIKECTOKS: LEAXDER GeRKAUD, Ptes'l. Gko. W. Hulst, Vice Pres't. Julius A. Reed. It. II. Henry. J. E. Taskek, Cashier. o , aak of' rilti OlwcaemS CllectleBN Promptly Mae . II leit. J i Favy latere! e Tim Oepan- U. COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, - SI 00,000. OFFICERS: A. ANDKKbON, l'KES'T. O. Y. Sheldon, Vice Pkks't. O. T. Hof.n, Trkas. Kobkut ITlILIG, Sec. 3TWiH receive time deposits, from $1.00 and any amount upwards, and will pay the customary rate of interest. ISTWc particularly draw your atten tiou to our facilities for making loans on real estate, at the lowest rate of interest. 83JCity, School and County Bonds, and individual securities are bought. IRjune'...

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. — 11 August 1886

Hi mi i i.i iiwm i m i aaaj -. - r3 li i ft y r (tMltsfinuil a WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1886. ,Jl female cowboy ia a Deadwood orelty. r ..Pokca, Neb., is to be incorporated ma a city. Cos A county jail ia being ballt at Tecamah. There are, it is said, 50,000 Mormon children in Utah. Pennsylvania wella produce 80, 000 barrel, of oil a day. '- The wealthiest church in Boston pays iti organist $350 per year. ; The next Methodist conference will meet at Sidney in September. The new M. . Church at Beaver City, Neb., was recently dedicated. It take $800,000,000 a year .to aaiataia the standing armies of Eu rope. - HeN. J. E. Nobth is evidently ahead of everybody else as the demo cratic nominee for governor. It is reported that a wholesale fruit house will be opened at Grand Island by a Philadelphia firm. All Asia has only about as many railroads as Illinois, and aeven eights of these are in British India. A sixteen-yeab-old girl is nnder arrest at Atlanta Inr violating the pro hibition law. ...

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. — 11 August 1886

W-v .)fci Wi ...- tiiJHil A.-im1 Mt'ii- HfcdWfrsi UTTJ " ; : " ; A. iLki9S r ewttit, IM, tofDNETDAY august 117 i. A. AN. TIME TABLE. Freight. 1:50 p. tu. 2:35 " 3:20 " (5:00 " 8:30 " Leaven Columbus... 8:10 a. m. 4 Bellwood...S:35 " David City 9:00 " ; ; - Seward 10:10 " ' Arrives at Lincoln'.. 11:25 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at ti a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. ui. Prepare for the Fair. No Sunday Park last Sabbath. Organs! Call at A. & M. Turner's. It does rain in Nebraska occa sionally. Attend the cheap sale at Kramer's. To "boom" a town, buy a lot aud . build on it. Straw hats at cost, to close, at Galley Bros. Summer gingham?, 7l4c per yd., at Galley Bros. Platte county Fair, Sept 28 to Oct. 1, inclusive. Fresh oysters by the plate and can at Brandt Bros. 14-tf Best paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Lace buntiugs, in all colore, 10c per yd. at Galley Bros. 5 14-ot S...

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. — 11 August 1886

til M fli iGjn Aa Ac Weauw Tellr How Her Fata KUljitTIleA!irjJUiJot Chief: A daughter, oT Adam Poe, knowi)to the present piqueer-history readiag geu- ' seaborn aa Adam Poe, the Indian' fighter, Jatiw oldest person living in Wayne county Ohio? writes the correspondent , of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Sheisnearr ,ly $5'ejeara of,' age, the 16th of -next 'month being the first day of her ninety- i sixth year! - She -is in fall possession of - all her faculties. She lives alone in tho little village of Congress, in the north eastern part of the county, where she' has resided for a number of years, c'j Aunt Sallie Cuffle, a name by which she is known 'to all acquaintances, is the youngest child of Adam Poe. She was born July 15, 1791, in Washington county,' Pennsylvania. At the age of 18 she was married, to Adam Cuffle. His death occurred seventeen years ago. Tothem were -born- twelve-children. Sino,herJmsband'sdeath shehas kept - house bviersilt About three vears ao she recelyed.her second...

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. — 18 August 1886

i- jr THETOtTRNiALl t i TEH 4F Al tTKBTMIIlC; ) 2- " - EdfBasIness and profsaalonalcarn'n of five lines or lass, per ananas, five dollars. j: M. K. TURNER & CO., Prsprieters ami Ft blithers . . 13T OFFICE; Eleventh St., vptairs in Journal Building. tkkms: I'urveir ? XM For time advertisements, apply at this'biflce. T ' SSTLegal advertisements at statute rates. STPor transient advertising, sea rates on third page. 1ST All advertisements payabla monthly: , Six mouths ! VOL. XVII.-NO. 17. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, 1886. WHOLE NO. 849. Three months Single copies S lie A . . B'j W - ' 1 Oiuutnuus ynnr mnnm ftLnnY " If fe i . COLUMBUS STAJE BANK! 7 COLUMBUS, NEB. CiSiZ CAPITAL, - $75,000 ' 2(lf DIRECTORS: Lkaxder Gekkaud, Prcsyl. Geo. W- IIur.sT, Vice Pres't. if ' f JUI.1118 A. llKEO. It. II. Hkn'uv. J. E. Taskkk, Cashier. mm if y - - .JO - - llMik'HVr?leelt, Diicaaai andiEicliaaKe. 4JllectIeaM Promptly Jladr all Pelatx. Pay laterNt oa Time lefMM Itu 274 COLUMBUS Savings B...

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. — 18 August 1886

5 n i I! UUiMMMbMBfi hitaijtafitl WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1886. The ore fooad at AbingtoB, II ui. assays 11 per cent, silver. Millions of frogs fell at Big Flat, Cal., daring a recent rain. Ik Persian theaters the female parts are still played by boys. Thbee distinct veins of coal have been traced over a mile at Millville, Cal. Eight members of Congress have died doring the present administra tion The Missouri river is so low that navigation is impracticable above Kansas City. At Washington City the name of J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska City, Neb., is being talked in connection with the Austrian mission. Pbesidext Cleveland has ap pointed Daniel Magone, of Ogdens burg, N. Y., to be the collector of customs for the port of New York. A number of fraudulent deeds have been made out and sold to eastern parties. The discovery was made at the North Platte land office. Within the last year Seymour, McClellan, Hancock and Tilden have all passed away, and Cleveland is the only man now living...

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. — 18 August 1886

i rl? ' t x. ? . I'if tttNtttsftaraal WEDNESDAY .AUGCST 18, 18K5. A. AN. TIME TABLE. Pairf. Freight. Leave Columbus,. .8:10a.m. 1:50 p. hi. Bellwood...i:3. ' 2:35 " David City 11:00 " 3:20 " " Seward. . 10:10 " 0:00 ' Arrlveh at Liucolu.. 11:25 " S:30 " Tbe passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. m; tbe freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. in. Prepare for the Fair. . Organe 1 Call at A. & M. Turner's. Attend the cheap sale at Kramer's. Frank Ftigard ia working with R. C. Boyd. Straw hats at coat, to close, at Galley Bros. - Summer gingham?, 7Jc per yd., at Galley Bros. Mrs. C. Smith is vlsiling friends in Polk county. Platte county Fair, Sopt. 28 to Oct. 1, inclusive. Fresh oysters by the plate and can at Brandt Bros. 14-tf Best paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Lace huntiugii, in all colors, 10c per yd. at Galley Bros. 5 14-5t School books, blank books, E. D. Fitzpatrick, 13th street. 2-16tf Goto...

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. — 18 August 1886

; m. . iXJi -t ' ran- mt . Am r t i3 - lt 1 fi ? -3 ;s i - r ' I' if .f tf . : ! i i ; 14-.: n 1 Come Find My grfeeri. I promised to show you my queen, did I not? Well, follow me then, we will soon reach the . JKt Wfeere unrivaled sHo reigns, Ah do have a care. Or you surely will trip, and fall down the stair. What la that? you "think that these poop leare queer. Who, their parlors hare built so far in the rear." Well, that is your blunder not thclr's, you will find. When we've left this lone, narrow passage behind. For this is the kitchen, Ah yes she is there. My beautiful darling; so peerless and fair; How graceful her puso amid dishes and pans. How pleasant her smile, as some dainty she plans. The curls that are brow. nestling so close to her I covet the kisses they're giving her now, I envy her apron for it doth embrace That form so unequalcd for beauty and grace. Unconscious of eyes tbey so lovingly gaze, 8he is caroling one of my favorite lays, Come away, for we have no right ...

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 August 1886

Fir " l -v. THE JOURNAL. tATKS F ABTKMTIMinC -. . EsTBasiaessaad profeseioaalcaris of Ive lines or leas, per aaaaas, five) dollars. " ISSDKD KVSRY WKDNKSDAY, . M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Pmbliikers . , KsTTor time adverUseateate, apply at this oalce. 0liesal advertisements at statato rates. GTTov transient advertising eeo rates on third page. E3TA11 advertisements payablo monthly. ' OFFICE, Eleventh fit., vptairs in Journal Building. - ' j ' "' 4 txrvs: ' Peryear Six months 1 TUree months ., Single copies... - 2&. VOL. XVI I. -NO. :1 &, COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25, 1886. WHOLE NO. 850. - I , i -am. . i " " 5" "" " ' a.. . . s7 .aaTaaatar ' l "ay .aaaaaaaar aavi - .aaw aaw s-aaav fsaav saaB f aaal i bbbb! "i - . vmJI nH 1 Tt ... r aaaaf saamal . i.f .aw aaa.1 sW AW aw Aw Aw sam. AW r v'saWT AW yA Afta aaaf JLaa aaW AW AW AW w aw AW at aw I ssaal ' r COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leandkk Gebkaud, Prcs'l. Gko. W. Uu...

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