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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 January 1881

n Important Agricultural Ibcovery. Everybody knows the value ol recti grass in tatteuius stock aud increasing the milk of cows. And most people know that from one to two-thirds of the substance and nu trition which the cattle find in their food comes direct.from the earth. It is also generally well known that dried fodder of every description is much lighter in weight and less in bulk thau the green stuff, yet it is ouly within the last two years that it has occurred to one in this coun try that if these three facts were put together, the conclusion would be reached that about one-half of all the food qualities of fodder are lost in the curing of it by the process of drying, aud that if it were preserved in a green state it would be twice as valuable for feeding in the winter than when dry. This has led to a further investigation of the fodder question, and some of our agricul tural papers have found that in France there is a perfect system of preserving green fodder in general upe,...

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. — 12 January 1881

Columbus r a THE JOURNAL. KATK.S OF ADVEKTU1AU. i i Space. Uo "Ik Imp 3m tim yr lcoPmn SltMXl UO J:K J35 $60 J IWJ A ' I 8.U0rI3 M j -JO S.TT M ' 1 K-W 3 12 1 15 1 20l 85 4inchea 5.25 7.50 11 14 15 27 3 " 1.51) 1 6.75 10 1 12 15 1 20 IS IfcSUKI KVKKV WEUXK&DAY, M. K. TUBNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. 1 1 1.50 1 2.25 1 4 J 5 3 ; 10 Business and professional cards ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Lesral advertisements at statuta rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices " five cents a line eacb inser tion. Advertisments classified as ".Spe cial notices" fire cents s line first inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. JSTOflice, on 11th street., upstairs in Journal building. Tkkms Per year, $2. Six months, $1. Three months. iOc. Single copies. Gc- VOL. XL-NO. 37. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1881. WHOLE NO. "557. s 1 18 Mill ill N 11 h w N f i i CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. S. Paddock...

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. — 12 January 1881

THE JOURNAL. Entered at the Pot-ollice, Columbu. Nib.. a- second elas mutter. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12, 1NU. Two wife-beaters are in jail in St. Joe. Tin: St. Joseph (Mo.) Gazelle ir about half filled with noticed of Eheriff b sales. Another enow storm at St. Louis on the Gtb, and the weather at that poiut getting colder. Thirteen' cars of tea passed down the road the other day. They go east by the Union Pacific. Council Bluffs notifies the out Bide world that the total mileage of the railroads terminating there is over 140,000 President Hayes has nominated Nathan Goff, jr., of "West Virginia, secretary of the navy. The senate confirmed his nomination. Gen. Garfield has declined to act as senator for Ohio, and bis de clination has passed to the legisla ture of Ohio through Gov. Fo9ter. Frank X. Brown, aged 21, was shot by his father, C. A. Brown, in Xew York on the Gth inst., while protecting bin mother from the lat tor's violence. J. M. Polk, au extensive stock dealer, ami a respectable ...

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. — 12 January 1881

V 1 t THE JOURNAL. mm ., OFFICIAL PAP Ell PLATTE CO. WBDXKSDAY, JAN. 12, 1SI. Communications, to In-sure insertion in the next iue, fhouiri be In hand on .Moiulus; ir lengthy, on Thurnlays preceding isMic-day. Advertisements, of whatever ola, should he in hand by non.Tue-dar. Advortisement under this head 15 oU. a line ur.l insertion, 10 cts. aline each ub-eiueii; in-eitiou. To Sul,rllpi Your name, xcit h tiik datk at which vouk iUBSCiui'iiON KXi'iKKS, io placed on facta Journal you receive. A prompt r-f new al or dl-eoutiniiunce ill save the publl-hers, both trouble and expense, and be better for all concerned. A re newal in respectfully solicited. ?2 for I yr.; $1 for G mo-.; ."0 ct. for 3 moo. Journal, with either the American Ag riculturist or Xebrat-ka Farmer $3 a yr., pot-paid. cash in advance; JOURNAL and the Uursery $Z. The Kendalls Thursday night. Sleigh bolls at Dan. Faucctte's. New York Buckwheat flour at Marshall Smith's. It is now against the law to kill quail in Nebras...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 January 1881

The Sexes in Kducatiou. In a speech t a dinner of the friend of n female -chool In Audo ver, Mas-., Itov. Dr. Peabody, of Harvard University, sneaking of co education, said : "The question that firbt prcBcnts itself is, 'Shall the ed ucation of youw: men and young women be in all respects the same?' I would auswer yes, if their destiny in life, if their native proclivity and capacity, if the parts that they, in Divine Providence, are to fill in the world were the same. But because they arc not the same, I cannot but think that there will be fittingly a diversity in the modes of training. The question is sometimes raised of the equality of men aud women. I don't like the word. Equivalency Is the word, aud that I maintain in the fullest sense. I admit no differ ence in the worth of native endow ments and capacities, and if I admit any difference as to the extent of Influence, as to the amount of good work done in the world, it must be on the side of women certainly. But I believe that...

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. — 19 January 1881

UW Mii I7WWIWMI THE JOURNAL. RATKN OF A1VI;KTI.HI.. Space. lto 'ivo imp ;; gw yr moPnin ui:..oo j manias 1 135 jw 7Foo X " I 3.WI 12 15 1 SU3A tfo IS ISSUKU KVUItY WEIXKeI)AY, K I tf.W 9 J2 15 20 I M. K. TURNER & '00.,' Proprietors and Publishers. 35 finches J ..J .aij 1 1 14 15 27 4.50 6.75" IU j" 12 15 20 1 1.50 I 2.2Ti 4 S 10 Bmlness :unl nrofesional cards ten line or less spa e, per annum, ten dol lars. Lcr:il advertisement. at statute rate. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line each Insertion. "Local notices" live cents a line each Inser tion. Ailrertismenta clarified an"Spe clal notices' five cents a line first Inser tion, three cent a line each subsequent Insertion. JSTOflice, on 1Kb treet., upstair in JoUKNal building. Teiims i'r v'ar, $2. Six months, $1. Three mouth, Wu.. Miigle copies. i: VOL. XL-NO. 3S. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1881. WHOLE NO. 358. s Sfe y yJ m' 4Y K a CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. A. 1'aihwck, l'. . Senator. Heat riot-. ai-visSa...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 January 1881

J THE JOURIs'AL. Kiuti-Mdit Hie Post-office, Columbus. N .. f cHiiml rl:it matter. Wednesday, .tax. r., inm. Lincoln has 100 telephones In working order. A .flJO.OOO saloon Las been recent ly opened in Lincoln. Gov. Nance has pardoned but one convict in two years. Helena, Montana, has recently been revelling in 24 inches of snow. The houses in Omaha are being numbered after the Philadelphia plan. A Sidvey ooach the other day took out ot Deadwood .$300,000 in bullion. FokTY-inoiiT degrees below zero was registered the other day at Cheyenne. SfiiL'Yi.Eit haq shipped, during the past year, live huudred and 6ix car loads of baled hay. It in stated that the emperors of Austria, Germany and Russia have formed an alliance. The legislative caucus of Con necticut has nominated Gen. Ilawley for United States senator. Petitions praying for a prohib itory liquor law are said to be going before the legislature daily. It is claimed that the losses by lire last year in the United States ,will amou...

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. — 19 January 1881

t- I Y k ' i ' THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL 1'APF.i: PLATTE CO. WEDNESDAY, -'AN'. W, ll- Communication; to Injure insertion In th next i-iw, should le in hand on Mwmlni; if lengthy, oil Thuidays preceding iMie-day. Advertisements, of whatever cla. smmW be in hand by noon. Tuedt . Adverticcnient under this head 1 ct. a line liret insertion. 10 etc a line each fuheiuoni iUM-rlion. To Snli'riler. lour nmiif, rcitft thk path at which youk sUiifCKirno.v kxpikks, is placed on each .Ioukxal. yon rereh e. A prompt renewal or discontinuance will save the puldi-hiTS both trouble and expense, and he better for all concerned. A re newal is respectfully solicited. $2 for 1 yr.; $1 tor uios.-'.Mi ets. for :. mos. JliL'KNu with either the American Ag riculturist or Xebrnska Farmer ' a yr., post-paid, cash ill advance; .JOURNAL and the yursery $"'. Several caes of mumps are re ported in the city. Musical intrutnents, "Mac" what doers it mean? Atwood-s mince-meat for sale at Marshall Smith's. If you want g...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 January 1881

1 r f V' - IVclrii?Ifii IesUIsiturc. HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES. Judiciary Windham, chairrauu ; Kaley, "Whcdom, IJobcrts, SchickK llnri'nti T -linrtiliti nml Mnnlirnmnrv Fiuaucc. IVavs and Means SI o' cum, cliainnnn ; Graham,HaH,iiowc, lie hue, Lamb, Sears. Committee on Agriculture Cole, chairman ; Wells, JeiiBen, Raymond, Oarman, Gate?, Cantlin. Roads and Bridges Babcock, chairman; Dowty, Filley, Brown, Hoi man, Hall, "Wileey. Militia Cook, chairman ; Bolln, Scott, Kyner, Correll, Babcock, Pal mer. Public Lands and Buildings Ab bott, chairman ; Slocum, Ayer, Jen sen, Howe, Mclviuuon, Dew, Silver, Mullen. Internal Improvements Sill.chair man ; Brown, Johnson, Gates, Wyatt, Peterson, Carman. Federal Relations King, chair man; Ivcmptou, Bartlett, Watt?, Johnson, Parr, Putney. Engrossed and Enrolled Bills Mickey, chairman; Kyner, Helms, McShane, Herman, Fried, Baldwin. Accounts and Expenditures Howe, chairmau ; Filley, McClure, Kyner, Ilickok, Fried, Jackson, of Douglas. Constitutional ...

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. — 26 January 1881

RATKM OF AIVa:Kl JSItJ. Spuce. Itc 'Jtr Imo Swi iim jr IcoPmnJjiiCMi , 2H $2.-i fy $00 1 $u7o M V '" I 3.0(1 1 12 I 1ft aO"35Jo lt ItffeUKD EVERY WEOXEMlAY, nj 12 I J5 I 20 I S3 AV I'J ,4' ir i -7 M. K. TOENER & GO,, i Proprietors and Publishers. SO J 6. 10 ' 12 15 I 20 1 l.:0f 2.2.SJ 4 ft! ! 10 Rusines and professional cards ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Lejral advertisements at statnu rates. "Editorial local notices nfteea cents a line each insertion. "Local notices" five cents a line each Inser tion. Adrertlsments classified as "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first inser tion, three cents a line eack subsequent insertion. tSTOfflce, on llth street., upstairs in Journal building. Tkrms Per year, M. Six mouths, $1. Three months,. r)c. Single copies.. rc. VOL. XL-NO. 39. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1881. WHOLE NO. 559. THE JOURNAL. f it 1 it ill hit u X - I .00 4iuches .1.2.A 3 " I Li V. ) V k ftl h1 f. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A. A. PumocK. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 January 1881

THE JOURNAL. Entered at the IV-t-oniee, Columbus, Ntb.. as second class matter. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, lfcSl. Eugene IT am? has been elected U. S. senator from Maine. Ox the second ballot for senator Paddock received 40 votes. Thos. C. Platt will be one of the future senators from New York. The damage by flood in the Thames is set down at 10,000,000. Thos. F. Bavaud has been re elected United States senator from Delaware. The senate has confirmed John M. Morton surveyor of customs at San Francisco. James F. Wilbox, of Iowa, is spoken of as the uext secretary of the U. S. treasury. The weather predicted by Vennor last week transpired in a big snow storm at Montreal. Gov. Fostek, of Ohio, is spoken of as a caudidate for a cabinet office under Gen. Garfield. Serious lloodB are reported in Spain, and immense damage has been done to property. It is stated that over 70,000 clti zeuH of Albany participated in the reception to Gen. Grant. Edward Stantox, of Illinois, now consul at Bremer, is t...

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. — 26 January 1881

1 ! hi I V 1 i - i THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL lWVEIt PLATTE CO. VED2fksiAY, JAN. W. ll. Communication-, to Injure insertion in tlic:iext N-ue. -liould lie in ham on Monday,; if lengthy, on rtaiirdaH prcoedinr lie-day. Advertisement... or whatever ola-t, should 5m- m hand by AdM-rtiM'Wfnts under this head 15 cts. a line tirt insertion. 10 cU. a line eaeu Mlb-euueUt lll-ertioil. To Sulrllr. Your name, vith thk datk at which your sunscnirriox kxi'imks. is plated on eaeh Journal you receive. A prompt renewal or discontinuance w ill save the pultlNhers, both trouble and expene, and be better for all concerned. A re newal in respectfully solicited. Vi lor 1 vr $1 for i mo-.; ."0 cl. for 3 mo-. JUUKNAL, with either the American Ag riculturist or Xtbraska Farmer p a yr., post-paid, cash in advance; JoUKNAL mid the Xurseruft. At woods mince-meat tor sale Rt Marshall Siuiili'a. If you want groceries at Omaha prices cull on Lamb. The hog market was lively Monday aud Tuesday. A dwelling-house to ren...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 January 1881

Cleiinlincw in the Kitchen. If such articles as are indispensa ble in cooking the simplest meals aie not kept ueatly.it will not be long before the food prepared iu tbem will tell the etory. Hut those housekeepers who are coutent if they order the meals, and feel no obligations lo lend a helping hand in the preparation, and make no ex amination of the condition of their kitchen closets alter the work of the day is finished, will uot understand where the evil originates. How iu diguaut they would be should one suggest the possibility that the ves sels in which their food was pre pared might be in a very untidy state, or were needing some little oversight and attention from the mistress of the house. How often one hears "What cau be the reason that the bottom crust of my bread tastes like rancid but ter?" Examine for yourself, aud you will see that the bread-pans are buttered every time they are used, but never washed after use; can you wonder that the accumulation of greasy particles...

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. — 3 February 1881

BMMHUhUiaMilMlt umasmtMimmm THE JOURNAL. Ratks op aivi:k risii. Space. tic ec lino um 0m hjr icjd'iniM fiiwj w r$js'y ?oo fm X I 3.W 1 1 15 I 20 3& rcb 4 jjLUO !J l-J I VtTio 3 4 inches .V.r "-.ao 1 1 lTflsl 2: " " I 4.. ! ti.Wjll I'-J lft j Fi I " J l.."i0 J 2.35 1 4 ft To IS ISSUKO EVERY VTEOXKSDAY, M. K. TURNER-& CO., Proprietors and Publishers. Buxlne ami professional eard ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lar.". Leyal advertisement at statute rates. "Editorial local notices'' fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notice " Ave cents a line each Inser tion. Adrertlmentn classified as "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first inser tion, three cent' a line each subsequent insertion. tSTOOiee, on 11th street., up stairs in Journal building. Terms Per year, $2. Six months, SI. Three mouth. Mc. Single copies, 5c. Y0L. XL-NO. 40. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1881. WHOLE NO. 560. MMMMhU Mfittiiis fpmiry'jf. JM lf 'W h r i l r r w' K L r f CONGRESSIONA...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 February 1881

l a' L THE JOURNAL. Entered at the Post-onice, Coliimbu. NiK, as second cla matter. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 18S1. The Peruvians lost 70 guns at Cborillos. Snow is eight feet deep at the "Whale mine in Idaho. Gladstone, rumor says, is to bo created Earl of Hawarden. Last week a terrific Btorm was in progress on the Mediterranean. Lincoln is talking of establishing a street railway early in the spring. The weather last week through out New England was reported as intensely cold. The president has nominated Stanley Matthews for justice of the Bupreine court. Mrs. Garfield says that the Gen eral is obstinate when anybody un dertakes to drive him. The number of deaths which oc curred in Chicago during the year 1880, amount to 10,462. Quail and other wild game re perishing in some places in Montana from the extreme cold. The greater portion of the town of Blufiton, Iud., was swept away by fire last Saturday night. The income of the stock raisers of Montana for 1S80 is placed at be tween .$4,50...

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. — 3 February 1881

r v ! . i V THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL J'APEi: PLA7TE CO. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 5, IS.S1. remmunicatlon-, to Injure insertion in the next iruc. should " nand on Monda; if lengthy. u Thursday preceding ibMie-day. Advertisements, of whateVer class, should be in bund by noon. Tut-Mlays. . Vdvertlsctnents under tin beau ir cti. h line tirt insertion, 10 ct. a line each uulMeuUciitiust'itiou. X Suli.-rUicr. Your name, with tub datk at which your bUBbCKimioN KXPIKE.H, if placed on each Journal you receive. A prompt renewal or discontinuance "1 save the publishers, both trouble and expense, and be better for all concerned. A re newal is. respectfully f-olicited. ?2 for 1 vr.; $1 for mo.; W) cts. for 3 mos. Journal, with either the American Ag riculturist or Xebruskn Farmer $3 a yr., post-paid, ca-h in advance; Journal and the Nursery J3. j - - - - A. Haight was in towti Saturday. Saturday morning threatened a general thaw. Ripp Hros. have a sale Feb. 19, at Humphrey. New York Buckwheat flour at Marsh...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 February 1881

c CuinmiMinciV lrocecclinfi;. Tuesday, January 11, 1SS1. Ie;uur meeting of iho board ol Couuty CoininiMsiouortsof of Platte county, Xcbrasdii, was held at the Court House in Columbus, therein, on Tuesday, ilie 11th day of Jan uury, 1S81, at 9 o'clock.a. m. Roll culled. Present, John Walker, John Wise and Michael Maher, and John SUttiflcr, Clerk. The Clerk now presented the bond of the newly elected County Coin mitssioucr, Joseph Rivet. Said bond having been duly approved b)' the County Judge and filed in the ollice of the County Clerk, whereupon Commissioner Walker retiied from the board and the said Joseph Rivet took his beat as a member of the board of County Commissioners of Platte, county, Xebr. The board now proceeded with regular business, Commissioner Wise iii the chair. Minutes of pre ious meeting read and approved. The board took a recess until 2 o'clock, p. in. :! o'clock, p. m. Roll called. Pres ent, John Wie, Chairman of the board ot Commissioners, Michael Maher and Jose...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 February 1881

KAIILS OP AIVKKTII.U. Sjtace. Itc 2ie lmu :im titi i.tT 0 uUnuliu itti'"JjL,rVu ! - Lr IEE) "i M !'' I 0" i 1 2 j JA I .'() I .: i f'o I inches .Vj; 7.ao 1 1 u i.i a IS fsSUKP KVKKY WKINRMAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietor and Publishers. I L. j K.7.1 In J 12 ; i.-. I 21 1 i I .." I 2.2T. i ; :, 10 Ku-ine- and profe-sional cards ten line.- or le-- -p:u-e. pcr annum, ten dol lars. I.esral advertiement at ststtiU rate-. 'Editorial local notices' tlfteeu cent- a line each Insertion. "Local notiee-" rive cents a line each inser tion. Advertisnients cla-iried as "Spe cial notice.-" live cents line tirst in-er-tiou. three cent a line each utieiueut inertion. : Ar0L. XL-NO. 41. COLUMBUS. NEB., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1881. WHOLE NO. 501. ( 4 THE JOURNAL. PPlllllill 1 Kfr H H B R C $f' 1 $ K 11 r. l3J-Otlicc. on Uin street., upstairs in Journal building. Terms ler year, IL Six months, . Three month. nOc. Single copies,. rc. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. A A PajiuoCK.L.S. Senator, ueatriee. L...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 February 1881

TILE JOURNAL. Entered at the Po-,t.ollic Columbus X li as second clas matter. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 0, 11. Colokado has 1,200 miles of rail road. Lead is eelllug for -40.00 per ton in Salt Lake. Coal has been discovered at Bat tle creek, in tho Black Hills. Wyoming shipped over 4,000 cars of cattle, to Chicago last year. Idaho, it is said, has 450,000 cat tle, 00,000 horses, and 00,000 sheep. Bkick Pomeroy is engaged in get ting np a collection ot Confederate scrip. Sevek million dollars are held by New York banks above require ments. Greenland and Strothara, N. H., experienced a shock of earthquake ou the 5th. The news from Gautemala indi cates an early and abundant coffee crop next year. Recent news from Loudon says the coercion bill has passed the houpe of commons. A dispatch from Clinton, Mo., says sixty-six cases of small-pox have occurred in that city. Last week in New York it was very cold, and.on the 2d after the storm, trains were all delayed. Sarah Clark, a colored woman who rec...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 February 1881

r v k :Cfv r r r. i- THEJ O URNAL. . OFFICIAL PAPER PLATTE CO. WUDXKSDAY, F12H. i, IvjI. Communication;, to Insure insertion in the next is-ue, -koiiM be in hand on .Mwnilnjc; if lengthy, on Thursday B pruoedint issue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should he in hand by uotm. Tuculu . Advertisements, under this head 15 ot. a line tir-t insertion, 10 cts. a line Hitch ftUbsvfeuvitl insertion. '! Siilfiilior. Your name, with "ihk date at which youu bUKSCKiiaiON r.rn:i-, is placed on ouch Journal you recuix e. A prompt renewal or discontinuance w ill save the publisher, both trouble and expense, and he better for all concerned. A re newal is- respectfully solicited. $2 for 1 yr.; fl for G mo.;'iO et.. for 3 mos. Journal, with either the American Ag riculturist or Xelraska Farmer $it a yr., post-paid, cash in advance; Journal. and the yursery ?S. Mist, rain and sleet all day Sat urday. Look out for high waters in the spring. About eight inches of euow on the level. The Clark&...

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