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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 March 1881

Commissioner Proceeding. Tuesday, Feb. 22, '81. Pursuant to adjournment the board of County Commissioners met on Tuesday, Feb. 22, 1881, at 9 a. m. Roll called, John Wise Chairman, Michael Maher and Joseph Kivet, John Stauffer, clerk. Minutes of previous meetings were read and approved. It appearing to the satisfaction of the board that S. L. Barrett, Sup't of public Instruction has perma nently left this county therefore on motion said office ia hereby declared vacant. Board took a recess until 1 :30 p. m. 1 :30 p. m., all present. On motion of Joseph Rivet, J. E Moncrief was unanimously appoin ted superintendent of public in struction to fill vacancy. Opinion of Byron Millett in re gard to J. W. Early, County Treas urer, agaiust the county for balance of fees in B. & M. tax sales amount ing to $4GG.09 was read, said opinion being that the claim should not be allowed, it was on motion rejected. On motion, commissioner Rivet was appointed a committee of one to examine repairs on...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 March 1881

THE JOURNAL. 18 IfeSOKU EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Pabliihen. t3Office, on 11th street., upstairs in Journal building. Terms Per year, 12. Six months, $1. Three months, 50c. Single copies, 6c. F. SCHECK, Manufacturer and Dealer in CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ALL KINDS OF SMOKING ARTICLES. Store on Olire St., near the old Post-office Columbus Nebraaka. 447-ly HKISTRY LITERS, BLACKSMITH AND Wagon Maker, Hhop nr Foundrj, iouth of A. A X. Depot. All kinds of wood and iron work on WaKons. BuceW'h, Farm Machinery, &c. Keeps on'hands tli lie TrMPXEX SPJRING BUGGY, and other eastern buggies. ALSO, Til E-- "Furst fc Bradlev Plows. MILLHI! MRS. M S. DRAKE HAS .lTST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER MILIUM Jill FAICY -:o:- 13-A FIM.L ASSORTMENT OF EY KItYTIIING BELONGING TO FIRST-CLASS M1LL1N- ERY STOitK.JgJ 7rrU'th St., ttoo doors east State Hank: ,F. GERBER & CO., -DKALKKS IK FURNITURE , AND UNDERTAKERS. If 'J TABLES, Etc., Etc. GIVE HIM A CALL AT HIS PL...

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 March 1881

THE JOURNAL. Euturod at the Poct-olliiT, Columbus, Neb., as second oluf matter. WEDNESDAY, MAltCU 23, 1SS1. The subscriptions to the world's fair aggregate now $900,000. Five counterfeiters were arrested in New York the other day. Siiree small-pox patients died the other day in the Chicago hospital. One hundred and ninety deaths were reported in Chicago last week. John Shbiever, of Utica, N. Y., shot his wife and then shot himself. It is stated that the Prince of "Wales will attend the funeral of the Czar. Italv has accepted the invitation to participate in the monetary con ference. A female suffrage bill is under consideration in the New York legislature. The body of the late Czar has been embalmed and placed in the chapel of the palace. It is stated that all the European nations will be represented at the Czar's funeral. Ax order has been issued for the withdrawal of the British troops from Candahar. The parliamentary labors and cares of Gladstone are beginning to tell upon his he...

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 March 1881

r A h . THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL PAPER PLATTE CO. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, MSI. Communications, to lnure insertion in the next ibue.. should be in hand on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdxys preceding ivpue-uar. Advertisements, of whatever clasr, should be in band by noon. TtifMlu . AdvertihomentB under thie head 1ft ctfc. a line firt-t insertion, 10 ctb. a line eaeb hubsbcueut insertion. Spring will come yet. Fred. Reed has the mumps. Maeunerchor Hall Saturday eve. Hay and corn at Hulst & Price'e. Ed. North its sick again with the mumps. Jacob Ernst is still "under the weather." The best custom work at the Boston Stioe Store. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call ou Lamb. Larks made their first appear ance yesterday morning. There were a few Omaha In dians in. town last week. .Tames Hancy's infant son died of diphtheria Sunday last. R B. Mclntyre has removed his family to his premises on 11th st. Queen City suspenders, for ladies aud children, at Mrs. M. S. Drake's. Rob. Lewis, 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. — 23 March 1881

Ill T Leaflets from a Southern Home. BT MUS. E. BOOKMAN DAVI3. It is well kuowu througbout the United States that to Mrs. IlayeE belongs the honor of causing wine to be banished from the Whito House, and because of this the tem perance women of the country have had a memorial picture painted of her, and, a9 the gift of the nation, President Garfield has accepted it as ucb, and it now adorns the wallB of the "White House. Miss Francis E. Willard, as presi dent of the "Woman's Christian Tem perance Union of the United States, had charge of this memorial. This society has taken advantage of the Influence of more than three hun dred thousand visitors to the capital at the inauguration to actively push their work which is becoming very prominent and it is receiving re spectful consideration from highly calturgd christian people. Some of the citizens of Falls Church, where we reside, and which is nine miles from 'Wa8hington,.pre vailed on Miss "Willard to come out to our town and to addre...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 March 1881

J J LoctoM tettclB THE JOURNAL. KATFM OP AVYEKTIttlKG. Space. lie -to mo 3r 6m yr lcol'nin $12.00 $20 ?2 $3S $C0 JTw j " 3.00 12 15 20 S5 ' tm ii ' t?.00 1 12 1 1520 3ft 4 inches I :.25 7.50 U 14 1S 7 3 f, 4.506.75 10 1 12 15 1 20 1 ' t. 50 1 2.25 1 4 5 jT J 10 Business and professional cards ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Legal advertisement." at statute rates. "Editorial local notices' fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices" tire cents a line each inser tion. Advertisments claisitied a "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. IS ISSUKl) EVKKY WKUNESDAY, M. K. TUENER & CO., - Proprietors and Publishers; .11 3 1 ' ! I :o:- HJSTOffice, on 11th street., up stairs in Journal building. Tekms Per yca,r, $2. Six months, $1. Three mouths. 50c. Single copies, 5c. vol. m-m. 48. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 80, 1881. WHOLE NO. 568. i lit ' ! ... 9 ! J- im F. SCHECK, T Manufacturer and Dealer in...

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. — 30 March 1881

THE JOURNAL. Entered at tbe l'oit-oiliei', Coluinbu Ni'b- as second cla matter. WEDNESDAY". MARCH 30, 1SS1. The Crown Prince of Germany is visiting St. Petersburg. John McIntosh, of Schujier,owus a hog that weighs 1,002 pounds. Chicago kills sir hogs for every minute of every day in the year. Mourning flags were hung from every building in St. Petersburg. Dr. Carver and Scott, in the glass ball match in London, tied at 8,789. It is believed that an extra session of congress will be called sometime in May. John Ruskix, by a London dis patch, waa reported last week to be very ill. Ex-Secretarv Schurz was given a graud reception the other day at Boston. Fire destroyed four buildings at Ripley, Ohio, the other day. Loss $100,000. A religious memento will be placed ou the spot, where the late Emperor fell. The Nebraska Farmer Bays the ground-hog is believed to have been frozen to death. It is reported that the Boers kill ed or wounded three oflicers and 100 men at Pretoria. Is Jersey Cit...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 March 1881

) 1 ii V A, THE JOURNAL'. OFFICIAL PAPER PLATTE CO. WEDNESDAY, MAKC U sjflbSl. Communications, to in Mire insertion in the next ibue, should be In hand on Monday; if lengthy, on Tbur.'.rtaji preceding Usuc-day. Advertisements, or whatever clafro, Should he in hand by noon,TiiLdas. Advertiseincnth under this head 15 etc. a line tht insertion, 10 cts. aline each subseuueut insertion. "Vantki. A herder. J. U. Reed. Every one will heartily welcome spring. The County Commissioners are iu session. The best custom work at the Botton Shoe Store. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call ou Lamb. The threatened snow storm of Monday did not come. ' Mr. Fullfonl of Creston was in town one da) last week. A. C. Tinner from exposure was on the sick list last week. Kichart Hart of Pennsylvania has settled in Humphrey precinct. Clarence, son of Hon. L.Gerrard was sick with diptheria last week The Klkhorn at "Waterloo wat rising a foot an hour Monday night. Frank Gillette shipped six car loads of c...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 March 1881

V Written for the Journal. A. Learned Judge Outfitted. ' ,BV A.-IIEN'UICII. ' r, t 'Some years ajo a Mexican judge. well known, in his district and abroad as a very learned man, was relieved of something valuable in a very cunning manner. It happened on this wise. Walking up the court-house steps, arm in arm with a friend, tho judge felt for his watch to see if he was in time. "As usual," he said to bis friend, "I have again left my watch at home under my pillow." Pressing through tho crowd, the judge went in and took his seat upon the bench. During the forenoon an honest looking man presented himself at the door of the judge's residence asking for the senora (lady of the house). He carried under his arm a very large and heavy turkey, and when the'lady appeared he told her that his honor, the judge, having bought this turkey on his way to court from an Indian, had requested him to carry it to his house and had kindly paid him for his trouble. "His honor told me, too," tho fellow con...

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. — 6 April 1881

J J Lockner 20dcc79 THE JOURNAL. . i i i ' J-i H-, RATES OF AWTERTWLKG. Space. lto 2to lmo 3m fim lyr lcol'mn $12.00 $20 1 2S j $35 $C0 1 1C0 K I 3.00 12 15 20 36 60 M ' 6.00 1 3 1 12 1 16 1 20 1 35 4 inches) 3.25 7.60 11 14 1 5 I 27 3 " 4.50 6.75 10 12 j 15 20 1 " 1.50 1 2.25 1 4 5 1 8 10 Business and professional cards tea lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Legal advertisements at statuta rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cent a line each insertion. "Local notices " fire cents a line each Inser tion. Advertlsmenta classified as "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. IS ISSUED EVKKV WEUNEsDAV, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publisher. :o:- v I, IV H I ll - Ah . iii i 1- T7 VOL. XL-NO. 49. COLRBIBm.JfflEft.-WEDJSESDAY, JLRtlL 6, 1881. WHOLE NO. 569. ' t Wm amupat I t. U '-.IIM' t V . A V V r A JSTOfllce, on 11th street., upstairs in journal building. Tkums Per year, ?2. Sir months, 1. Three mont...

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. — 6 April 1881

V 1 PJHE JOURNAL. Entered at the 1'o.it-nllir.', Columbus, Neli- a ecuml elites matter. WEDNESDAY, APRIL C, 1SS1. Tk Irish arms act went into ope ration last week. Small-pox is raging to an alarm ing extent in Lexington, 111. Parxbll, it is stated, is engaged to marry an American heiress. Both Greece and Turkey are mak ing large preparations for war. "Wheelikg, W. Va., was the scene of three incendiary fires last week. Skow fell in southern Ohio on the 29th ult., to the depth of ten inches. Steady rains in California insure the greatest yield of grain this season. Nebraska as a state is still in her infancy. She was only 14 years old the 1st of last month. Mrs. Maria Berxer, of Milwau kee, aged 30, cut her throat the other day with a case knife. The Emperors of Germany, Aus tria and Russia will probably meet at Ems in midsummer. It has been definitely decided that there will be no extra sossion of con gress at the present time. The President has nominated Charles P. Chandler receive...

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. — 6 April 1881

! ! ky N A V i- i v THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL PAPER PLATTE CO. WEDNESDAY, Al'ElL C, 1SSL t0MiHittitcaO4H, to Insure insertion Hbt line ext I!!, tkenid he in hand nn liuUt; if tonstby, on Thursday IirtMHiin(r itrM-dy. Advertisoineuto, of Himit'ter cUss. tkeuld te in hand by non. Tui-m4 . Atlvorti-pim-iHt- under thib head 15 ote. a line nrt insertion, 10 cth. aline muu sMleuuent insertion. Wanted. A Lerfler. J. H. Reed. Ground feed at Ilulst & Price'6. . It. II. Henry weut west Suuday. Mrs. S. C. Smith is reported ill. t-Mn. Gar! Kramer Las returned lliome. Sohool bagun in district 13 yes it oi'flay. "Tommy" Stewart is back from St. Kd wards. Kugene Randall has gone to Grand Island. George Smith has "had a light touch of diptheria. 1 1 you want groceries at Omaha prions call on Ijimb. G. AVj Ham hurt aud L. Kuhne of Duncan wore iu town Monday. F. H. Gerrard hae been appoint ed poDtm&srtot- at Lost Creek, this county. Wheat has been sown here aB late as the 5th of May, and made a g...

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. — 6 April 1881

f I i f IS THIS SO? MU. JAMES U. KLADE's INDICTMENT OE 00U SCHOOL SYSTEM. The Hiew York School Journal contains a portion of Mr. James H. Slade'a recent speech on the condi tion aud needs of onr public schools. This must not be confounded with the Hon. James P. Slade, State Su perintendent of Illinois. Mr. Slade does not seem to be at all afraid of his pedagogical con stituency. He says that "the Quincy experiment, or rather the Quincy achievement has established one fact beyond dispute: Our school system, as a whole, the land over, is a mis erable and lamentable failure. Its results are ridiculously inadequate to the time and money expended upon it. Wc are graduating chil dren by the thousands each year, under the general supposition that they are fairly educated; whereas, as a matter of fact, in any proper and comprehensive use of the terms, they can neither read nor write." Richard Grant White himself has been scarcely more condemnatory of the public-school system of the United S...

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. — 13 April 1881

20decf9 jj Lockner THE JOURNAL. ICATFS OF AWEKTlSKVft. Space. ltc '2w lvio Sm Cm lyr tooi'uin $r..uu $: $-rj $.v fco jTito X 'l i 3.ooji2 1 HTpju f :Ki f iio IS ISSL'KU KVKltY WRIINKSDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., --. Proprietors aad Publishers. 4 inches .Vi'i 7.30 11 11 12J 15 L 13 :t 4.SO B.7. j 10 1.30 2.23 i j 20 10 I Buxlues and professional cards ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Letral advertisement at statute rates. 'Editorial local notices" fifteen cent a line each Insertion. "Local notices " five cents a line each Inser tion. Advertismentf) classified as "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. " - SSTOflice, on lltb street., up stairs in Journal building. yricRMS ler year,$2. Six months, $1. Three mouth, fOc. Single coples.'fic. YOL. XL-NO. 50. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1881. WHOLE NO. 570. fie w r i T t . r Y. ! J?. SOHMOK, Manufacturer and Dealer In CIGARS' AND TOBACCO. ALL KINDS OK SMO...

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. — 13 April 1881

&em ' li?"--. - X I THE JOURNAL. Entered nt the Pont-onii-p, Columbia, Nob., a xocoiul clai matter. VEINIlAY, APRIL 13, 1S1. Ciiicago reports 11!) deaths last week. Mrs. B. B. Huxtox, the English authoress, is dead. John P. Knight, the English por trait painter, is dead. Thirtv persons are suffering from small-por in Mllford, Ind. Nike new cases of Ptuall-pox have been discovered in ChicAgo. Last week a portiou of Virgiuia was devastated by a tornado. The Vandalia the other day bro't to New York $600,000 in gold. Ax extra session of Congress is being agaiu talked of in Washing ton. One of the policemen wounded in the affray at Clagher, Ireland, is dead. Turkey. Italy and England have recognized the kingdom of Rou mania. Reinforcements of troops are being sent to Algeria by the French government. It is said that it will take $100,000 to repair the damage to the B. & M. In Nebraska. The floods iu Spain, according to recent accounts, are wonderful in extent and severity. S. J. ...

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. — 13 April 1881

K Ly Nf k v' - THE JOURNAL. ;,. OFFICIAL PAPKU PLATTE CO. WEDNESDAY, A I'll! L 13, 15581. Communication?, to IiiMire munition iu the next ibMie, should bo In hand on Mondays; if lengthy, ou Thursday preceding Isiue-day. Advertisements, of whatever cla.n, Miould be in baud by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisement under this bead 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each bUbieUUeut insertion. Wanted. A herder. J. H. Reed. No mails Sunday east of Omaha. ' Rev. J. A. Reed is home again. R. B. Mclntire ie improving iu health. Columbus "took water" from the Loup. Kramer has received his entire new spring stock. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. Foragood article of table butter call at Win. Becker's. Choice Michigan cider, bottled, to be had at Wiu. Becker's. Come and try it. A farm of 200 acres for rent four miles from Columbus. Enquire ot Byron Millet i. If you want any paper hanging, kaUomiuing or painting doue, go to J. C. Echols. Tfie 20th"of' April S1, is arbor da...

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. — 13 April 1881

f i For the Journal. oi.n FOLKS. BY N. I. HOWE. One Saturday cvc. warm and bright, 1 xtcppcd over to see If the dear old folks, were " all rteht," "Who were neighbors to me. 'We're glad that you've come, yes, in deed." The old lady exclaimed; 'To-night we'are sorely in need Of our grief to he tamed. We are lonely; our girls and boys Have left u one by one. Like many other earthly joys; Lost, almost soon as won. Yes, all our boys have gone away; Some of them have a home; But all, do seem from day to day, Content from us to roam. Our -daughters, too, all gene away; Some married, other not: Hut thev care not to be our stay, The old folks are forgot. We loved them a no others could, And watched them night and day When they were tick; and cross or good, We could not from Jhem stay. We're old and weak, our eyes are dim; We think then tears do fall. Our prayers for them ascend to Him Who watches over all." To every one, in every land, I'd lik'e to speak and say To rich and poor, to low, an...

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. — 20 April 1881

KATIM OF AUVEKTUinQ. Space. Uo ite Imo 3m 6m lyr lcoPmn JV2.W 20 $2.'. $3T. $GO fill iS ISSUKU KVKItY WKDXKSOAY, m M.00 12 15 20 X 68 .00 9 12 15 20 35 hK. T011NER&CO.. 4 Inches 3.2.1 7.30 U U 15 27 3 4.30 16.75 IQ 12 10 1 20 1 ' 1.50 1 2.25 J 4 1 5 1 3 J 10 ii i i i i ' Buslnes and profess) cards tB lines or less space, per abb&bb, tea dol lars. Lepar a(lverti9ewitiir,at statuta rates. "Editorial local Bt(f e" Mfteen cents a line each lnsertloa. 'Local notices" live cents a Uae each inser tion. AdvertismeBte)aslJleda''Spe cial notices" five ceBts a line llrst inser tion, three cents a llae each saBieqaent insertion; -- . - -MB?8Sf Proprietors a&i?tUiwri'. - - v ' - :o7 "r4 iTi t.;,";.v.. ,ni!rt7 BS9aL-. lU"" J . SB?$rMigH VOL XF-NO. 51. - r ' '":--1w 'l '"''COLOMBOST-NEB., WEDNESDAY, APE1L 20,. 1881. WHOLE NO.. 571. Tkkms Per year, $2rSIx tnonthB;i Three inonthn,rOc. Single copies, 6c. THE JOURNAL. JbLbw aH 1 I aLfLaB bLIxbLbv laLLfl aLaV I I aal ami aav. gm LbLbv aaB 1...

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. — 20 April 1881

t i TH-E-J6U-RN-A-L. Euterrd at' the Post-olliiM, Columbia, Nob., a second clas matter. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1SS1. Tiik Oder brought to Now York last week $827,000 in gold. It is. Mated that it will require $50,000 to repair losses at Ft. Pierre. Gek. Graxt has arrived in Mexi co. We .suppose work on that pro posed railroad will now begin in earnest. It is stated war bas broken out between the American and Mexican residents of 1 Paso, Texas. Six men have been killed. A report in the Agricultural Bu reau for April shows an increase of nearly four per cent. In the area sown to winter wheat. Last Week, heavy frosts prevailed throughout Texas. It is believed the corn, cotton, fruit and vegetable crops have suffered great damage. All the Nihilists convicted of complicity in the murder of the Czar of .Russia, except Hessy Hell mann, were hanged at St. Petersburg on the morning of the 15th. Bradlaugh has been re-elected a member of the commons from Northampton.. The commons will have to un...

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. — 20 April 1881

V k"T J - i THE JOURNAL. 'SFSWIAL PAVER PLATTE CO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1881. Comnmulcatlong, to Insure insertion In the aext Issue, should be In hand on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding lBsue-day. Advertisements, of' whatever class, should he In hand by soon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under thlt head ID cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a Use each subieaueut insertion. The ferry-boat is in full blast. Spencer Rice bad the mumps lftst week. Wm.ltyan has taken out-license to sell liquor. "Come, come, come, the summer now I here.", , Kobt. Clark's school closed on Saturday last All the leading brands of corsets at Friedbof & Co. Kramer has received his entire new spring stock. Harry Brown is reported sick with scarlet fever. S. W. W. Wilson goes to North Platte for a while. Our advertising this week con denpes news items. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. For a good article of table butter call at Wm. Becker's. Spring goods at Fricdhof & Co., Bon...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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