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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 December 1879

For till'. IouknauI An Sxtr!.tIiK Irllr frmn . tVaiIins: Typo. Omaha. Xcb., Now . 1879. Left my adopted home on Thurs daya hotuc Ihau whom wa nothing- more dear lhan that where I waa boru, "Columbus." Kever enca almost amounting to worship will kindle the finest feelings of my heart and stir the very cockles thereof, when my fluctuating mem ory carries me back to the banks of the angry Loup. It ia more than five years ago that I outcrcd, what was to mo a frontier town, coming as I did from the midst of civilization and refined city society. I expected to meet nothing but a rud and uncivilized community, but to my agreeable surprise I made the acquaintance of an industrious, intelligent, and an accomplished set of people that would do credit to those moro fa vorably situated in a geographical seuse. Columbus, situated near the junction ot the combined branches of the Loup aad the consolidated br&nchM or the Platte with all thoir respective tributaries, is destined to became one o...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 December 1879

- THE JOURNAL. Sates of Advertising. )kic. ho 'lir liho3mGm hjr utwl-mn j jllM $:a $25 3Al $J0 1 TlOO X " I S.tMi) ! f j.', 20 :K j GO 4 " j" tMW 9"l JS 20 33 1 iiiehes Vi.Vl 7.A0 ll" 14 15 27 3 " -U0 ,' 0.73 f 10 ( 12 1 151 20 1 1.30 1 2.25 1 4 5 3 10 Buines and professional cards tea lines or less space, per annum, tea dol. lnrs. Lesral advertisements at statute rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cent a line each insertion. "Locil notices " five cents a line each Injer tion. Advertisinent9 classified as "Spe cial notices" II v cents a line flrst Ixuer tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. '& Mk c &' fft 5 cqs IS IgKUKO KVKRY WKUXESnAY, M. K. TWINER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. - in'CAmly fa rs?!r-S ' i.T wi! !. i-3 -:o:- 3T0ffiee, on 11th street., upstairs In Journal building. Tkrms rcr year. 2- Six months, $1. Throe months, 50c, Single copies, 5c. VOL. X.--NO. 33. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1879. WHOLE NO. 501. ft. . dfutv fi...

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. — 17 December 1879

hjii'j j-i'ii lin n im ii i i wii 1 1 ni'i f ftOiM inigi; j l i i i f i i i i i s I X t t j t h f1 THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. IT, isT'.t. The io.t:il icce;ptot Nobm-kit in 1S70 were 01,SSS; in 1S?J, $251,033. .Tamf.- K. Bovn of Omaha, lias packed the present season 215,515 hogs. The steamer Dovau brought to New York from Europe $1,000,000 in gold. It is claimed that over 400 miles of railroad are being built this year in Nebiaska. Fernando "Wood is lixed in his purpose to pass the new tariff bill at this session of congress. A hunting party from the Dis mal came in last week to Kearney with six elk and .16 many deer. It is claimed that the five China mon who burned to death at Love locks, Nev., were drunk with opium. The Jackson and Norfolk It. R. we learn is now completed to Mad ison, 35 miles north from Jackson. It is stated that a company of English capitalists has recontly been formed to loan money on American farms. Georce W. McCraky was con firmed last week United States jud...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 December 1879

ra V s & t ? it I- & 1 THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY. WKHNESDAY, IEC. 17, $W. Communications, to injure insertion in the next issue, should be in hand on .Mondavi; if lengthy, on Thursday preceding issue-day. Advertisements, of whatever dabs, should be in hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 rt-. a line first Inbertion, 10 eta. aline each bubjeuuent itibertion. -The JOi:K.AL eMablUb ment In bow pernaneBtly lo cal ted on 11th street, upfctnlr in the .IOIK.AAL building. --Sunday night was a bitter cold Don't fail to hear the Kendalls to-night. When you want good Tea, call and ecc Lamb. A train load of soldiers went west Saturday. "Wash. Shaffer of Lost Creek was in the city Saturday. Tins County Commissioners held a meeting Saturday. Quite an additiou is being built to the M. E. Church. General Crook and patty passed through the city Friday. Fred. Daggett of Nance county was in the city Saturday. Fancy box paper 15 els. at Do land's Columbus...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 December 1879

iiiw MnmmMsmiMXBilM ftfimi mmmMMU2m -aw?aaLwwwxjvBm "Wiitten on the amiiversary'of the death of A mm 1. UhjumoimI. Atria' nr.' throng n-fen- f light Hot lrn frHi th Mifnl abode; ALd -v.ift sing! piiiioii- .-hall bear thee to-nitrht Down tbe uhm-oii lut long -trodden road. Anna! Anna: how dark i tbe time Since thi-v bore tber, :i spirit, away, Our hearts "bleed afrer-h, sad as bells in their ehiniu Ah tbey tolled on that -orrowful day. Anna! Anna! bow bright is that home . With thee in its mansions of peace. An angel to meet us tho far we should roam, "When liTe with Its labor shall eea&c. "3Iother! mother! your Anna i here, With lilies divine in her hand; Sweet emblem of peace, they whisper or cheer. And joy in our new ummer-land. "Mother! mother! 1 call thee apin, Think not that thv lire-work is o'er. My flowers are crushed with thy sorrow mill naiii And I sigh on that fair sunny shore. "Mother! father and brother, I come And look with rejjn-t on your fear.-; A sadner.s N felt ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 December 1879

skrlf V OicHZ:. THE JOURNAL. Is IiSL'm KVKKY WEDNKslUY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. -:o: j3J"Otlicc, on 11th street., upstairs in JdlKNAL building. Tkkms Per year, $2. Six months-, $1. Three months. "0c. Single copies, 5c. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. A- 1'AnnocK. IT- S. Senator, Iteatriee. l.visS At NIkicn IT. S. Senator, Omalin. V .1. MAJOitU U'l.. IVru. 1 K. AI.KMIXK, Kt-p., Wet Point. STATE DIKKCTOKY: i.mscs Naxck, Governor, Lincoln. I,, j. Alexander, Secretary of State. F. V. I.iedtke, Auditor. Lincoln. (.". M. lUrtlelt, Treasurer. Lincoln. . .1. lHlworth, Attornoy-tJeiieral. S. It. Thompson, Supt.l'uMie lntrue. II. I. Haw-on. Warden of Penitentiary. W)V;.A,'ih!,'-V' Pnon Inspectors. t . II. (Sould. ' Ir. .!. l.ivis. Prison Phy-ician. II. P. Mathew(.on,Supt. Insane Asylum. Jl'UU'lAUY: -. Maxwell, Chief .Justice, :c.ii;e It l.akej Aii.ociuXv ,ldcs. Ainasa ( olih. S rol'KTII Jl'lMCIAI. IMSTUICT. (i. XV. Post, .Imlce. York. M. U. Keese, District Attorney, W...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 December 1879

S"i f r 7 THE JOURNAL. Wednesday, dec. 24, is:n. Thf. pcnr-ion nppropri.ilioii bill has patsccl the scikiIp. The next national republican con vention will be hold at Chicago, Wednesday June 2d, 1SS0. One of the richest lumber merch ants erer in Wisconsin is now taw ing wood in Lincoln for a leinr. The treasury department on the 17lh purchased 31S,000 ounces of silrer bullion for the mint at Phila delphia. The packing houses in Chicago are nearly all idle. It is stated that eight thousand men struck last week for higher wages. Senator Saps-ieiis has introduc ed a bill for the survey and sale of Arty thousand acres of the Omaha Indian reservation lands. Between four and five hundred negroo9 from the south have passed St. Louis within a short lime bound for different places iu Kansas. Kecent nows from Berlin says Prince Bismark is again seriously ill. Ho suffers from inflammatory rhoumatism and heart disease. R. B. IIahmnoton has been con firmed receiver of public moneys, at Beatrito, ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 December 1879

X - K THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY. "WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24, 1879. Communication, to ln-urc insertion in the next iue, bouId he in hand on Monday; if lengthy, on Thurdayn pruccdine ic-uo-day. Advertisements, of whatever class., should he in hand by noon, Tuesday. AdvertiM-nicntf. under this head 15 cti. a line first insertion, 10 cts. aline fach tubco.ueut inertton. The Jrit.AL clalIili mrnt Im ntrxr prrmnHcntly lo ctttctl on lllh ilrcrl, itr-litrw lit the JOritAI. ballding. Merry Christinas. Zero yesterday morning at 8. Wo arc leaping into leap year. A light feiiow Morm occurreil on Sunday. "When yon want good Tea, call and see Lamb. Senator I'addock will accept our thanks for recent favors. Thomas lilauford sold his farm on Shell creek lat week. Fancy box paper 15 cts. at Do land'b Columbus Drug Store. A number of our ritizens arc catching the Hluek Hills fever. School books at Ed. Fitzpat rick's, opposite the post-office. Good undershirts and drawers for 25 cts. each ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 December 1879

For the .Iouuxai. THE Al'U) JIAMK. Ml!. JiAlii II. FINCH. To i father in hi- declining ar. tb"i" poem i anVcJionntoli itiM-ribed. 'How dear to m Sn'iit" i the cot I wa bom 211, That little log cabin now voicclc and still, Where Nature lirat gave me the " top 'o the inorniiiV A jubilant welcome, Irom valley and hill. The wrens in the eaves re-echoed the greeting, "Where a .lunc-bcrry tree was crowned , in its pride With halo of rubies and (strange family meeting) Had taken an apple tree home as a liride. In the shade or the chestnut, whose iirii'L-lv fruit liori' lis An emlilem to measure the lives of iiiaiiKiuu, Was the old rationed oven that glim mered before Us, A warm-hearted monster with pump kin pies tilled. Our mother stood guard o'er the great, roaring gritliu, And never wa- warden more gentle and good, Jlut u'res were glowering, no breeze blew whitl in He answered with bread for her clam oring brood. A sentinel hawthorn" the garden waved over lis billowy blossoms of creamy-w...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 December 1879

Kates of Advertising. Sfrwtcg. Ik '2k lino .?w tiw lyr lnol'mn ? r.lMl $-2 $-ft , $.V $00 ) $ ICO If. IhSCKD EVHKY WEDXKsDAY, 'A i .tfO ; V2 I. J -Jii i 05 1 60 yt f li.(H) I 9 12 i i: f 20 I " 35 ; N. K. TUUNElt & CO., 4iiifliHj 5.25 7..10 It II f 15 f 27 :: I 4.5o ' r..75 ; io 12 . 1.1 r 20 f " "l 1.50! 2.25 I ' 5 S 10 HiiMiit'o and nroft'ional aruH ten Proprietors awl Publishers. lino! or It". space, per annum, ten dollar-. I.i'sral uilvcrtii'incnt at statute rat.-. "Kilitorial local notices" fifteen cent a line each insertion. "Local notice " live cent a line each Inser tion. Ail vert Nnicnts el:iineil as "Spe cial notice" rive centi a line timt inser tion, three cents a line each xubucquent insertion. tSTOteeo. on llth street., up -tairs in JoUKNAI. IdHlllillfT. Tkkms !Vr ycir, $2- Six month, fl. Three month. 5K . Slush' copies. 5c. VOL. X.--NO. 35. ' COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1879. WHOLE NO. 503. THE JOURNAL. lit iQipat CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A- A. 11i...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 December 1879

i-a f i mm THE JOURNAL. Entered : the Pot-tlk-4 Columbus Xib., as fecund cla. matter. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 13. lust Dmhia twirl: nackcrs up lo week had killed 40,000 hogs. Frakk Hatton, has bceu appoint ed po6tniaslcr, at Barliiitoii, Iowa. Tue packing houses in Chicago were running short handed last week. Mixino stocks at Dead wood are very active, with a strong upward tendency. The Ohio river at Cincinnati on tbc24th went up nine feet in twenty four hour?. It is reported that huntciB find plenty of elk and deer in the vicini ty of Oakdale. Heavy rains have recently fallen on both 6ides of the Ohio river, and a flood is anticipated. The Atchison, Topcka & Santa Fc railroad, they siy in Boston, don't belong lo Jay Gould. The, recent very severe weather at Paris has caused several deaths in the streets from cold and privation. Woolm eks distillery at Peoria, III., was totally destroyed by fire on the 24th. The loss will i each $25, 000. Ge.v. ItoiiEitTS has ordered Gough forward i...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 December 1879

THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 31, 1S79. Communications, to InMirc miertlon In the next Nmc, should he In hand on ilondava; if lengthy, on Thur.di preceding issue-day. AdvertUeinentB, of whatever class, should he In hand by noon, Tuesday h. Advertisements under thU head 10 cts. a line fim insertion, 10 ct. aline each suhseuuent insertion. The JOUItXAI ewtabllnb xaent Ik mow perraaeMtly lo culed on Iltli slreel, wp..t!m lu the JOURNAL bHlldlHB. Mens' boots nt $1.50 a pair at L. Kramer's. Thoa. MrPhilllpa was iu town the other day. H. Elliot of Postville was in the city Saturday. Albert Russell, of Lost Creek called on us, Monday. Shooting match New Year's day near the Loup Bridge. Fritz Uarber lost a child by diphtheria last Friday. Business houses were generally closed on Christmas day. . J. C. Elliott has moved into "Walter Phillip.' old staud. S Children's Balmoral hose at 5 cents a pair at L. Kramer's. Thermometer Christmas eve, re ported at 27 deg....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 December 1879

-'-' ri i f w,- . . 4 STJIANGE NEW YEAH. 2 stranger' wailing at the door; 11 in band is close upon the latch, His foot ill Aoon ho on the door; Ho comes the riving Year to match To fill the lonely, vacant pl.iee Our dear old friend, nla.! will leave ScaKOHStaYrceh with up to traco, ThiV'fer. the past we may not grieve, FjHettpg somewhat In the new Hflrlcndship now we sever, But to each tender memory true, Till memory fade forever. He brings sweet messages of Hope, And bids u wear a cheerful mien, Inspiring courage new to copo With jovs and sorrow yet uncen. However happy In the past, Cling to the Old Year as we mar, We cannot longer make him lat, Nor can we say the stranger nay. It i uot meet our frieutl should go; Ah jet he seems hut in his prime III head tincoercd by the snow, Aud scarcely touched by Winter's rime. But numbered were his measured days Br fore his rounded cour,e began, Fated to vanish in the Ways That Nature took since firnt was Man. And now content wo are this year...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 January 1880

. 4 1 tt "i fr f jf A L F U ; ..THE JOURNAL. IS ISbUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TDENEll & CO, Proprietors and Publishers. jtSTOflioe. on lltb street., upstairs In Journal, building. Terms Per year. $2. Six months. ?1. Three months,. r0t. Single copies. 5c. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. S. Paddock. lT. S. Senator, lleatrlce. auvin Sausdkks, V. S. Senator, Omaha. T. .1. Majuku Kl.. lVru. K. K. Vai.knti.nk, U p., A est Point. STATU DIKF.CTOllY: Ai.kincs Xanck, Oovernor, Lincoln. S..1. Alexander, Secretary of State. F. W. Licdtkc, Auditor, Lincoln. (J. M. H.trtlett, Treasurer, Lincoln. O. .1. Dilworth, Attorney-General. S. K. Thompson. Supt. Public I ns true. II. C. Iaw.-nn, Warden of Penitentiary. M V. Abbey, i 1.,-ii.on Inspectors. C. H.oiild, j l)r. ..,(!. Davis, Prison Physician. ll.P. .Matbcw ion, Supt. Insane A-ylum. JITPICIAKY: S. Maxwell, Chief .Justice, fieorjf.- IJ. Lake.l Afl!0CjaU. Judges. AlllttMi ( obb. J lOCRTH JUDICIAL DISTKICT. O. W. Povt Judve, York. 1. It. Kece, li?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. — 7 January 1880

xTm n wrni rrnwn THE JOURNAL. Entered at the Pot-oflice, Columbus. Neb., ae iecoud class mutter. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, l."80. Eleven million brick were manu factured the past year in Omaha. A railroad up Mt. Vesuvius will be finished next year. Diphtheria is attacking both the youths and adults at Sycamore, 111. Gov. Van Za.vdt, of Newport, R. I., has accepted the Russian mis sion. Foutv thousand sheep have been driveu from California to Colorado this year. Richmond, Va., has the honor of the first strawberry plants now in blossom. Several localities in Ohio have been troubled this winter with grave-robbers. The Chicago banks cleared the past car, $12,300,000, a sum larger by 2,000,000 than ever before. The Lincoln Journal says that the fog was so thick there Friday that they could cut it with a knife. A fearful tornado visited Louis ville, Ivy., on Friday of last week, unroofing houses, blowing down trees ami schrubbery. The new interest law in the state of New York went into eflbct o...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 January 1880

s Mtaa y 1 r w.. 's J : THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY. WEDNESDAY, JAN. T, 1KW. Communication., to Injure insertion in the next iuc, hliuuld be in hand on Mondays; if Icnirthy, on Thursday procedinc iut'-tlay." Advertisement-, of whatever clai, should be in baud by noon. Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line tirM insertion, 10 cts. a line each bubeiuent insertion. The .lOIJEO'AI, cstal.lisli mnt is now itcrniuBCBlly lo cntod on Illli street, up-tIrw in the JOMOAI. 1uU1Ibk- Mens' boots al ?1 50 a pair at L. Kramer's. Diphtheria is abating, most of tho cases improving. Mr. A. B. Moore of Boone coun ty call tl jestcrday. The New Year's ball at Genoa, was pronounced a success. An Omaha Itee man was cau vasing Columbus last week. Fancy box paper 15 cts. at Po land's Columbus Prug Store. School books at Ed. Filzpat rick's, opposite the post-office. Good undershirts and drawers for 25 elf. each nl L. Kramer's. The ball New Yc.ir's eve was well attended, and ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 January 1880

Stritulliii;; tbe Farmers. Kukomo, Ind., Dec. 28. The latest, nnd, al the K:me tiinp, one of the most ingenious and successful schemes that has ever been devised to swindle the gullible portion of humauity has just come to light in this county, this account being the first exposition of the fraud to be published. The manner of working the swindle, as was related to the Times correspondent by one of its victimp, is as follows: A well dressed, gentlemanly-appearing man drives up to the door-yard of a farmer's residence in aspaukiugrig, and, hitching bis team, proceeds to the house, and inquires if "So-and-So" (namius the owner of the place) is at home, stating, by way of intro duction, that he is an agent of the state board of agriculture, and that he is gathering up certain statistical information regarding the agricul tural interests ; that this very desira ble information would be published in book form, and a copy sent to the farmers throughout tbe state. He then produces a printe...

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 January 1880

Rates of Advertising. SpUCC. 1? -W lino 3m GM lyr -j5 Wr?coT $100 IcoPmn I SliOO iii) ! lA I 8.00 12 i 15 1 -JO 35 CO K - I K.OQ I I 12 I 15 20 J 4 inches .V.T. 7.fl0 J 11 1 1 1 15 f 85 27 ,1 1.50 J C.T5 WJ 1.51) 2.25 4 12 J 51 15J 20 8J 10 1 Business and professional cards tea Hues or less space, per annum, tea dol lars. Leiral advertisements at statuta rates. 'EditoriaI local notices'7 flfteea cents a line each insertion. "Local notice" Are cents a line each Inser tion. AdvertUment classified ss "Spe cial notices" fl v cents a line ttrst luer tlon, three cents a line each subseqaeat insertion. SSTOfliue. on Uth street., upstairs in Journal building. Tkums 1'er year. $2. Six month, ?1. Tliree month, 50c. Single copies, fie VOL. X.--NO. 37. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1880. WHOLE NO. 505. THE JOURNAL. IS ISSLKD EVICKY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TD11NER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. fill if IMIttfJJiiJL A r h. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. . Paddock, U. S. Senator, Beatr...

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 January 1880

xn 1C, III 1l W IIIIIMHI l II 'Ull THE JOURNAL. Entered at tlie Post-oflico, Columbus Neb., as. ccond cla matter. WEDNESDAY. .IAN. U, 10. There is some talk in Europe of a war between Germany and Russia. The Congregational church at Fremont, is having built a nice pipe organ. Chas. Morgan's heirs of New York, will divide f 12,000,000 among themselves. The, democratic caucus of Mary land resulted in the nomination of A. P. Gorman for U. S. senator. The grcenbackers have decided to hold their national Convention upon the 10th of June, and at Chicago. Last year's crops in England arc represented to be the poorest gath ered in that country in ten years. "Warren's spice mills, at Toledo, O., were destroyed by fire on the morning of the 6th. Loss $75,000, partly insured. A little boy in Osceola, named Cummings, permitted to play with a loaded revolver, accidentally, of course, shot himself. A freight train was wrecked the other night on the Ft. Scott road, near Kansas City, caused by runn...

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 January 1880

- - ft. THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, lf$0. Communications to Inurc insertion In the next hue, should be in hand on Mondays; if lenirthy, on Thursdays preceding U.ue-day. Advertisements, of whatever cla8, should be in baud by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. aline each sub seauent insertion. The JOURIVAI cstaliliNli mcBt Is nor perraaacHtly lo cated on Illli ftreel, Mp.nlnlM Ib the JOl'KiAL bnlldlntf. O., X & B. II. KOAD. Bound north. i Hound south. Jackson i:Ti v. si. Norfolk 0:30 a. m. LostCreek .":.) 4t .Jliiibon :."" " 11. Centre f:.7 " Madison .7:45 IIumphrcG;."l " iludisou 7:40 " Munson f:i8 " Humphrey8:34 ' 11. Centre 9v 4 LostCreck !:.Vi " Norfolk . . 8:.V ' lackson 10:50 " Tin. i1iti!irtiirn from Jai-kt-ou will be governed by the arrival there of the V. P. express train. B. E. Kogcrs started for Omaha Friday. The cattle market indicated sf.r.45 Mod day. Fouxn. A lady's fur collar. ...

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