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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 October 1878

THE JOURNAL. RATESOF ALy ERTIS1NG Space. Itc rite Inu :i ii;i iyr leol'inn fl-'.Oi J ?-J( $.-. fX, $Gl) ?IM) I 3.UU J XI I !' I JO I & I t.O 4) I (Mm 1 1 vi 1 :.- f '.II I .1j A inches J .Vi'i 7-h II 1IJ 15 27 11 ""l" 4JhtT t;.7.'i iq;'W;j.- jfjw L " I '-.MI I !. I t I H I 8 J 10 Ruiue- and professional cards ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. I.ciral advertisements at statute rates. Local notices ten cents a linn tirst insertion, live cent a line each subsequent insertion. Advertlsments classified as .special notices live cents a line tlrst insertion, three cents a lino each subsequent insertion. tSTOfflcc In the JOURNAL building, Elcvcuth-st.. Columbus, Neb. TKUM5 Per Tear, ?2. Six months, $1. Three month, 50c. Single copies, 5c. VOL. IX.--NO. 22. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1878. WHOLE NO. 438. THE JOURNAL. 13 ISSUED EVKKY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TU11NER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. ft$pl WjW 111 IfiP U ft f- f r d w Pi 1 y My ? ColumlitiH Pont...

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 October 1878

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, li78. Ceounse's friends arc confitleut that ho will receive the nomination Tor- congress. Mount Vesuvius on Iho 23d ult., "aras casting forth her red hot lava. This time, the newspapers call it an intermittent eruption. A VKHY severe 6torra visited De troit on the 25th ult., and wa9 very destructive throughout, and several lives arc reported lost. Five hundred and ninety-nine Mormons arrived in New York on the 25th ult. They are for the most part Danes, and go west imme diately. Under date of the 23d from St. Paul, Minn., a prairie Arc near Osakes, had destroyed many grain stackfl and farm buildings, and was still burning. -Ghas. Viall, the man who is sup posed to have poisoned the whiskey that killed Armstrong, has been ar rested and is now confined in the Lincoln jail. Miss Anna A. Snw, formerly of Michigan, and a graduate of the Boston Theological Seminary, has now charge of a church in East Dennis, Massachusetts. The railroad office of the T. 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. — 2 October 1878

Q f- r " i ? r THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1878. Communications, to Injure insertion lu tue next issue, houId be in hand on .Monday.; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding Uhite-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, hhould be in hand by noon, Tuosdnvs. Advertisements under this head 15 ots. a line tirt insertion, 10 cts. aline each subieuucnl insertion. Sea monster at Columbus Oct. 7. Performing Elephants at Co lumbus Oct. 7th. The Era will publish Uie tax list In their next issue. There is said to be considerable ague in Boone county. "Wild ducks arc quite plenty in the adjacent ponds aud streams. The "boys" must have beeu out last night, judging from the noise we heard. J. E. North received ten votes for Governor at tho Democratic convention. It is expected that Pat. Mur ray's new brick building will be completed this week. Henry Gass has made the front of his new business house of walnut and it looks very nice. About three score citizens of Columbus and vicinity were in at ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 October 1878

U.U-I www A lcf J1Ia.n: ITZusinp-. Go among great folks for great tinners. It is good to be deaf when Hie eluudcrer begins to talk. Love drifts into hate morc easily tban indifference into animosity. "Just one little drink lias made all the drunkards in the world' lie is no true friend who lias noth ing bnt compliments and praise for you. Many people lind their only hap piness in forcing themselves to be unhappy. Sharp and intelligent rascals arc more respected by the world than virtuous fools. Half of the pleasure of riches con sists In seeing others sutler the pangB of poverty. To borrow a pocket kuifc and And it will cut is one of the plcasantest Burpriscs of life. "When a religious society quarrels and splits, it stands to reason that tnc devil gets one of the divisions. It is not difficult to do good, for the means are clustering above every man's lips and hand. He is indeed an afflicted man who can pass a beautiful woman without for an instant forgetting his sorrows. lie who e...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 October 1878

THE JOUKNAL. 19 JS3CKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, il. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. THE JOURNAL UATJKS OF ADYEKliJsING iipace 1W iu Into 3m bin It r luol'nm $12.00 ?20 J25 $35 $iJi , $f. t ! liC mtpl K I 3.00 J 12 1 15jW"io, ((, K " I .00 I 9 "Ml 15 20 t " Zj O , r :o:- fcSTOfflce in the JOU11XAL building, Elfcreuth-Et., Columbus, Neb. Terms Per year, $2. Six months, $1. Throe months, 50c Single copies, 5c. Colnnbas Pout Oflcc Open on Sundays Irora 11 a.m. to 12 m. and from 4:30 to 0 p. m. Business hours except Sunday C a. m. to 6 v. m. astern inaila close at 11:20 a. m. Western malls close at 4:20 p.m. ilall lenves Columbus for Madison and Norfolk, en Tuesdays, Thursdays atid Saturday, 7 a. m. Arrives Mondsvs, "Wednesday, and Fridays, 3 1. m. For Monroe, Genoa. Waterville and Al bion, daily except Sunda 6 a. m. Ar rive, same, C p.m. For Summit, Ulysses and Crete. Mon days and Thursdays, 7 a. m. Arrives Wednesdays, and Saturdays, 7 p. M. For Belleville, Osceola and York, Tu...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 October 1878

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1S78. STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Associate Justice Supreme Court, AilASA COBB, of Lancaster Co. For Congressman (tong term,) E. K. VALENTINE of Cuming Co. For Congressman (short term,) THOMAS J. MAJORS, orXcmaha Co. For Contingent Congressman, THOMAS J. MAJORS, of Nemaha Co. For Governor, ALBINUS NANCE, of Tolk Co. For Lieutenant Governor, E. C. CARNES, or Seward Co. For Secretary of State, S. J. ALEXANDER, of Thayer Co. For Auditor. F. "V7. LIEDTKE, of York Co. For Treasurer, G. M. BARTLETT, of Lancaster Co. For Superintendent Fuhlic Instruction, S. R. THOMPSON, of Lancaster Co. For Attorney General, C. J. DILWORT11, of Dawbon Co. For Land Commsssioner, T. M. DAVIS, of Clay Co. For Dis. Attorney, ith Judicial Disti ict, M. B. REESE, of Saunders. Pintle Comity Ticket. For Representative, THOMAS C. RYAN. For Countv Commissioner Dis. No. 1, JOIlK "WISE. Kcpablicaa Stale IMatfbriu. The Republicans of Nebraska, reaf firming the principles that carrie...

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 October 1878

i r THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1878. Communication!:, to Insure insertion In the next issue, should be in band on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding iesuc-dav. Advertisements, of whatever class, s'hould be In hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head Id ctB. a line first Insertion, 10 cts. a line each subsequent insertion. New corn meal at Loveland & Ellis's. L. Kramer returned to Silver Creek Monday. See J. M. Honahau's card and give him a call. A. M. Darling of Schuyler was in the city Monday. The Columbus greenback club numbers forty members. "Wm. Lisco expects to leave for Sidney aboat the 20th inst. A. X. Burgess aud C. E. Chapin have dissolved partnership. "Work has begun on Thomas Flynn'fi new brick residence. Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry return ed Monday from their visit cast. Mr. Couriright of Hillsdale, Mich., was in the city yesterday. The new school building in District No. 13 will soon be com pleted. David Anderson shipped to Chicago last Thur...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 October 1878

IHSTOI FUItElC SCHOOLS. Radical Changes in Methods and the Studies Pursued. j . Thousands of the parents who send their children to school to-day arc unaware ot' the radical changes in the programme for the coining year. One of iho last acts of the school board at July meeting was to adopi what is called the '2iew Pro gramme of Studies." This has been most carefully prepared by the Board of Supervisors aud the prc sont superintendent ; it is the result of mouths of consideration and dis cussion. It was adopted by the echool board with little discussion and without much opposition, aud and yet none of the man- changes made during the last two years will produce amoug the scholars and teachers more interest and comment than this programme. To show what a departure it is from the beaten paths of the past, we present the main features of this new course of studies. In the pri mary schools and instruction is al most entirely oral. Oral lessons will be given upon pictures, plants, ani mat...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 October 1878

i.M- THE JOURNAL. THE JOURNAL. J ' '.it ? t KATES OF Space. lie ADVERriSING iw Ixno Zm Vm IS I8SUKU EVKRYTEDXESDAY, 4F ivr lcoljmn 12.00 $20 j$2S ?3T fPO $ld0 i M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. lA 8.00 1 12 15 2(1 1 35 CO 0.00 1 irriT 15T"20TS3 14 4 inches 3.25 7.30 11 ) 14 16 "Tt 3 ' 4.50 tf.75 10 12 ,' 1R I 20 1 1.5012.25; 4 5j 8 ' 1 0 Business and profonional cards ten lines or Iesi space, per annum, ten dol lars. Lexal advertisements at statute rates. Local notices ten cent? a line first Insertion, five cent a line "ach subsequent, insertion. Advcrtisments classified as special notices five cents a line first insertion, three cents a Una each snbsequent insertion. I m vol. ixNo.fe:" COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1878. WHOLE NO. 440. Sit ' iiipii I iBH BBsl SHI BBB BH H EBM KBKj M H B M K3 BBH 1 BBSBBH A r JU c Y GTOfflcc In the JOURXAL building, Eleventh-st., Coluinbui, Neb. Terms Per year, S2. Six months, $1. Three months, 50c Single copies, 5c. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 October 1878

A THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU 10, 1S78. Omaua dealers in ice are out of stock. Ohio goes nepublican by 10,000 lnajorily. The state bar associatiou will meet to-morrow at Lincoln. "Talent opens doors that gold would never puEh asunder." "West Virginia has gone Demo cratic by a reduced majority. Tnc Republican majority in Ohio, It i6 believed, will reach 15,000. General Gideox J. Pillow died at Itfclcna, Ark., on the 9th inst. "The logic of facts may be dis puted but cannot be long disobey ed." Three thousand persons have re cently 6igned the tetnperunce pledge in Omaha. "There i6 a better life waiting, if wc trj to make the best of this." Jiobl. Colbjcr. Nearly $2,000 has been subscrib ed to purchase a large pipe organ for the Congregational church in Omaha. Indians were reported at Keith's ranch on the Medicine, thirty miles south of North Tlatte, on the Slh inst., going north. "Well posted western men be lieve that we arc on the eve of a general Indian war, notwithstand ing it ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 October 1878

.5 L K r- V u A Y THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1878. Communications to Insure insertion In the next iuc, Miould be in band on Mondar; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding iue-dav. Advertisements, of whatever cla:s, should be in baud by noon, Tuesdays. . Advcrtisem nt under tins head l"i ct.. a line firrt insertion, 10 cts. a line each fcubse'ient insertion. Deception in politics don't pay. New corn meal at Lovcland & Ellis's. Did you get your share of dust Saturday? David Anderson has completed a new barn. Mr. W. F. Kimclm of Osceola was in the city Friday. Fred Coan, lypo of the Norfolk Journal, is in the city. Don't forget the Republican meeting to-morrow evening. Head Bernard McTcggart's busi ness card in another column. Eugene Blodgett has purchased his brother's threshing machine. Mrs. Henry Scholcc of Sherman precinct died Fridaj' last in child birth. O. A. Stearns is building nn addition of 12x30 to his photograph rooms. Every species of hardware at "Wiggins', prices...

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 October 1878

W- -4 STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. Fbr Associate Justice Supreme Court, AMASA COBB, of Lancaster Co. Ibr Congressman (long term,) E. K. VALENTINE of Cuming Co. JFbr Congressman (short term,) THOMAS J. MAJORS, of Nema"ha Co. For Contingent Congressman, THOMAS J. MAJORS, of Nemaha Co. For Oovernor, ALBINUS NANCE, of Tolk Co. For Lieutenant Oovernor, E. C. CAUNE5, of Seward Co. . For Secretary of State, S. J. ALEXANDER, of Thayer Co. For Auditor. F. W. LIEDTKE, of York Co. For Treasurer, G. 31. BARTLETT, of Lancaster Co. For Superintendent Fublic Instruction, S. It. THOMPSON, of Lancaster Co. For Attorney General, ey H, C. J. DILWORTII, of Dawson Co. For Land Commsssioner, F. M.DAYIS, ofClaj Co. For Dis. Attorney, 4th Judicial Distiict, M. B. REESE, of Saunders. Pintle County Ticket. For Representative, THOMAS C. RYAN. For Countv Commissioner DIs. No. 1, JOHN WISE. Republican State Platform. The Republicans of Nebraska, re-affirming the principles that carried the Nation successfully throu...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 October 1878

sd ,.- i-:ia I A "S JOURNAL, BATES OK ADVERTialXfi. Spuct. ho Utr Imp Km om Jyr tcol'iaii t ?I2.0iJ 1 I S2T IJSS&1 H'TfTQO K rr"KtHI Ig 15 1 'io'l U' I CO ,f ;' f cool o " Ta :"r"i jpiss 4 liu-tms S.a I 7.10 I 11 14 15 j 27 3 4 JiO I ;.7i J J12! l""1! 20 l" l.?n2isr 4 1 ."Tj 3 "10. Huin and profiional ranN ten lines or !es .npnee. jut annum, ten dol lars. I.ecnl adrfrtUt-ment nt tafut rate. Loc.il notice! ten ccnti line lirt insertion, live cents a line rach suhieuuont Insertion. Aihertismfiiu r la.iticd a spprtal notices-live cent line firt insertion, three cf nts a line each -tub.-equciit insertion. IssCKO EVKRY WEDNKSOAY, AJH M.k TURNER & CO'.;' ' .'J Proprietors and Publishers. :o: . tSTOiKcc iu the JOURNAL building, Llconth-et., Columbus, Neb- TEKMS-l'er rear, $2. Six months, fl. Three moutln, 50c. Single copies, .rc. vol. rix.-irb. 25:. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1878. WHOLE NO. 441. THE JOURNAL-.: fw 1 3Umni.iL M rW" i m' 1 ColuniliHN Iot Office. upon ...

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 October 1878

& THE JOURNAL, -i - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 23, It;. R.utcs's best time at Omaha was 2:19. Ox the stock exchange mi London uushresB is almost n. 6tand still. It is stated thnt the October cot ton retartiB indicate a crop of five million bales. Am. the officers of the Glasgow Bank have been arrested on the charge of fraud. A tirm of local iron brokers fail ed at Glaegotv on the 25th inst. Liabilities 150,000. AVilii Geese at Kearney arc so numerous that they are destroying the corn in the tielcln. Justin L. AIoruii.l was elected United Stales Senator from Ver mont, on the 16th inst. It is stated that Rothschild? have agreed to loan Egypt $30,000,000 to clear off her floating debt. Cisonin, the notorious Oregonian who figured duritig the la6t presi dential campaign, is dead. Mr. R. L. Potter, the wheelbar row mnu, arrived about noon on the 15th itikt. at San Francisco. The Concord Savings Bank, lo cated at Concord, N. H., has been compelled to close its doors. One hundred thousand pou...

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 October 1878

I m t& 9 . ( 1 H THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1878. Communications, to pure insertion In the next Usue, should be in band on 31oud.is; ir lengthy, on Thursdays preceding Isue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in band by noon, Tuesdav. Advartieeraents under this bead 15 ct. a line first Insertion, 10 cts. a line each ubsec.uen insertion. Warm weather last week. F. M. Sackett of Albion is in the city. Ed. Fitzpatrick is agent for the Inter Ocean. All quiet inthe police court the past week. Some splendid weather during the last few dayg. The Plunketts were playing in Lincoln last week. Dealer are beginning to offer winter apples for sale. Preaching at Grace Church next Sunday at 11 "o'clock a. at. "AlcAulcy" will probably leave this country in n few days. How easy it is to light a man of maw I F. Peculiar Burgess. It is ever un-Wisc to try to put a man down by "lying" on him. "When you Mc (the most of) aulcy had to Miy.'what does it amount to? Elvira G. Plait...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 October 1878

1 STATE REPUBLICAN' TICKET. For Judge of the Supreme Court, A31ASA COUU, of Lancaster Co. For Jitjirtsentativc in the Forty-sixth Congress. E. K. VALENTIN IS of Cumins Co. For Iieprrscntatice in the Forty-fifth Con gress to fill Vacancy,) THOMAS .1. M AJOKS, or Nemaha Co. For CoHtinyent Congressman, THOMAS .r. MA.IOKS, orNemahn. Co.- For Governor, ALBINUS NANCE, of Polk Co. For Lieutenant Governor. E. O. CAUSES, of Scwant Co. Fur Secretary of State, S. J. ALEXAN DEltof Thayer Co. For Auditor. . V. LIEDTKE, of York Co. For lYcasurer, G. M. BAUTLETT, of Lancaster Co. For Superintendent Pullic Instruction. S. It, THOMPSON, of Lancaster Co. Fin Attorney General, C. J.DILVTOBTII, of Dawson Co. Fitr Land Commssrioner, F. M. DAVIS, of Clay Co. For Din. Attorney. 4th Judicial Disti ict, 31. B. BEESE, of Saunders. For liejireacnlalitc of the Mst Jieprcscnta ' five D'istrict. DARWIN C. 1.0VELAND. Flutfr County Ticket. For Representative, THOMAS C. HYAN. For Countv Commissioner Die. No. 1, JOH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 October 1878

M V THE i JOURNAL KATES OF ADVERTISING THE JOURNAL. IB JeeCKU EVKRY WEDNESDAY, Space. lie Stg into Vm Uni iyr lcol'mn 1 -t 1.01 1 $' ?:tt X ;i0 1 $100 M S.OUI 12 j 15I 20 1 3AJC0 H ' I .m l o 12 1 ;ri s 3& 1 inches I ;Vr 7.-10 11 14 f 13 j 37 3 ' 1..V.1 1 1.7.' 10! 12 IS SO 1 " 1 1 JO I '.VJ-J 4 5 8 10 lUHlmvn and professional enrda ten lines or lc .xpnee. per annum, ten dof larn. Legal ndrrrtMetnent .it stntuta rates. Loral notices ten cent a Una first huertion. five tents a line encli MuWijucnt insertion. Artvcrtlsmentd claMltied as special notices live cents t line first insertion, three ccnta a liner ach subsequent Insertion. M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietor and Publisher!. t2TJfllc in the JOUUXA.L building, Elcventh-st., Columbus, Neb. Terms l'r Tear, 52. Sixjnonths. ?1. Three moiithi, 50c. Single copies. fc. VOL. IX.--NO. 26. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1878. WHOLE NO. 442. lit iigtpal iilMWII!! ik 1 '. , I j5 l CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. ALVix SauXDKRS, U....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 October 1878

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOREK 30, 187$. TnE President nnd Mrs. Hnycs visited tlic fair ground at Cumber land, Md.rlai week. Tj.VTxi.Kcr is captain of a military company recently organized at North Platte, numbering ISO men. It is believed that the Cheycnnos have crossed the Missouri river and perhaps have already arrived at Sit ting Bull's camp. Leahxakd, proprietor of a hotel at Coolfihire, Quebec, was shot dead on the 24th inst. by a tramp whom he refused whiskey. Makried, at Lincoln, on the 22d inst, by Kcv. U. C. Harris, 3Ir. J. D. McFarlaud and Miss Xaunie Cobb, daughter of Judge Cobb. ITon". "Wm. M. Evaiits addressed an immense audience at Cooper In stitute, N. Y., on the 24th inst.; the capacious hall was crowded to over flowing. The ballot-box should be freel from all frauds. Protect and watch it on the 5th "Nov., e"0 you may be assured it will contain no taint of corruption. St. Louts has just nominated an othqr city ticket, leaving in the field six separate and independe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 October 1878

-& v Y- y THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU30. 1S78. Communications, to Insure insertion In the next Uuc, should be in hand on Jlondavs; If lengthy, on Thursdays preceding i-Mie-dav. Advertisements, of whatever cla.s, should be In baud by noon, Tuesday. Advertisements under this head l. cts. a Hue first insertion, lOcts. a lino each hub.cuucnt insertion. Splendid weather after the biiow. "The barking dog is slow to bite." Business is "livening up" a little. Vole the straight Republican ticket. A. If. Darling was in the city over Sunday. A. J. Arnold went to Silver Creek Monday. The new Presbyterian church is goine up at a lively rate. M. Kramer left last week for the cast to lay iu more goods. W. U. Sutton of Boone county was in the city yesterday. The Jouunal docs not deal in personal abuse or slander. Be Wise and do your own vot ing on the 5th of November. Don't forget "Solon Shingle" at the Opera House, Friday night. Don't be deceived, but vote the Republican ticket next Tuesda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 October 1878

STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. FvrJudgeof the Supreme Court, AMASA COBH, of : Lancaster Co. Ftrr Jtejrcsentative in the Forty-sixth Congress, E. K. VALEXT1.SE of Cumins Co. For Representative in the Forty-fifth Con cress ( tofi.ll Vacancy, ) TnOilAS J. MAJORS, ofSctnaha Co. For Contingent Congressman, OIAS J. MAJORS, or Nemaha TJI03IAS Co. For Governor, ALBIXUS XAXCE, of Tolk Co. For Lieutenant Governor, E. C. CARXES, of Seward Co. For Secretary of State, 6. J. ALEXANDER, or Thayer Co. For Auditor. F. W. LIEDTKE, of York Co. For Trcajturt r, G. 31. BARTLETT, or Lancaster Co. For Superintendent Public Instruction, S. R. TllOill'SOX, or Lancaster Co. For Attomev General, C. J. DILWORTll, or Dawbon Co. Fr Land Commsssinner. Y. M. DAVIS, or Clay Co. For Dls. Attornm. Uh Judicial District, 31. B. REESE, of Saunders. For Reprtsentalive of the 5It Representa tive District. DARWIN C. LOVELAXD. Platte CoHutj Ticket. For Representative. THOMAS C. RYAN. For Conntv Commissioucr Die. Xo. 1, JOHN "WISE...

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