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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 April 1881

ri i "4 h b f ".-4 I a f F lt ' .m.. ' 'ETERNAL, .PUNISHMENT. t: ' WtntrJteblnferiMttllMIkN to.Suy V tise Subject. "It uiny6c, after all, I'll get damn ed for my smartness," said Robert Ingersoll; before an applauding throng intfce Brooklyn academy of music last' sight, "but I'll take my cbaucc8."Mr. Ingersoll's theme was " Liberty frMan Woman and Child." ThejlectareiWaB uader the auspices oT-betYoang Men's Re publican clubVtfce lecturer to have half of the net roseipts.- A score of tall young men in swallow-tailcoats filed upon the stage, and las.t of all, like an opera tenor rushing ihrough the chorus, came the leefqrer, who swiftly strode o the foot-IIgh$s, and, without any ceremony, began : "In my judgment, after all, it is a question of intellectual develop ment.'' , : Mr. Tngersoll has a round head and a smooth, fat face. His hair is gray and thin on top, and his eyes are dark and bright. They seem al most buried in his round cheeks when he laughs. No public orator gesticulate...

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. — 27 April 1881

MATESOF AUTCXTljUNG. , ,11 lr. T, 111 - Space. lie 2w Iwio Sim (Jim lyr Icol'mH 1-J.tHi I W I i", I $35 JtiOJJIGO 18 ISSUED EVKRY WEDNESDAY, K I . I Y ' I M-OJ 4 laches .i5 j 12 15 2J H5 60 ') 12 T 15 20 35 7.00 1 lT U 15 27 M? K. TURNER & CO., 4.50 6.T5 j 10 1.50 2.3ft J 4 12 15 20 "" " 8 10 9 JPreprietors and PtWifcjM? I Business and profes.ioBal cards tea lines or less space, per aaMiim, ten dol lars. Leal advertisements at statute rates. "Editrr.tl lvl notice" Hfteea S ft ItSfOiice, on 11th streett?sp. stal rsiln cents a line rack Msertraa. "Lecal tnotices". Ave cents a line each Inser Journal building. H tion. AdvertfxiHHRts classltied ks "Spe cial notKPSMHveerMts a line irsj Inser tion, three cent a lind ench aubseqHeat insertion. 4K0E ,XI,f NO. 52. Terms Per year, 2. Bhc,onths'yi.' COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1881. WHOLE NO. 572. Three months, 50c. Single rfrpiesfSc. THE JOURNAL. fptitpL ,- r it, ,y i y 5K "T F. SCHECK, ManHfacturer and Dealer 1b t CIGARS AND TOB...

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. — 27 April 1881

f 'mm JOURNAL. Entered at the Pot.oilic, Columbus. Ncli., at econd class matter. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1881. Forty women voted at the school election at Hastings. The molders iu all but three foun dries in Cleveland are on a strike. Specials from several localities in Wisconsin report alarming floods. A Mix living near London sup poses fthat he has found Charley Ross. The colored people of the South have commenced again moving to Kansas. Mks. S. C. Langwobtht has been 'elected a member of the school board of Seward. - The Canadian Government is about to reduce the canal tolls at least two-thirds. The treasury holds 353,8G6,000 of government bonds, to secure nation al bank circulation. A Circus man named Campbell was recently shot and seriously wouuded in Emmis, Texas. Sixtv-five thousand people vis ited the national exhibition at Tokio during the first fifteen days. A Scotch miner named Thomas Forsythe, was murdered by Jonas Haywood, at Monongahela, Pa. A young man by the name of Pro...

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. — 27 April 1881

v V- THE JOURNAL. - OFFICIAL PAPER PLATTE CO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1SS1. Cominunicntlons, to In lire insertion In the next its lie, should be in hand on Mondays; if lcugtuy, on Thursdays preoedlnr. insue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should he in hand by noon, Tuc!day. Advertisements under this head 15 ct6. a line first insertion, 10 cts. aline each hUbseuueutiUhertion. The Journal is olevcn years old to-day. Al. Iiicder of Albion was iu the city Sunday. Ground feed at Hulst & Price's feed warehouse. Grass ib having a very rapid growth just uow. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call ou Lamb. For a good article of table butter call at Wm. Becker's. James Comptnn returned last week trotn his trip to Kausas. Charles Wake has returned from the west, aud we learn to stay. "Ed." North came down from Platte Center Sunday evenitig. Good, double harrows, complete, at "Win. Becker's, for six dollars. "Everything grows now, aud the season is making up for lost time. Rob. Mclutir...

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. — 27 April 1881

I V t A Little Sarcastic. Twai Harry who the silence broke: "Mib Kate, why are you like a tree?" 'Because, because I'm board," she spoke. 'Ob. no; because you're woo'd," said lie. "Why are rou like a tree?" she said. "I have a heart?" he asked, so low. Her answer made the young man red: "Because vou're nappy, don't you kuow?" "Once more," she asked, "why are you now A tree?" He couldn't quite perceive. "Trees leave sometimes and make a bow, And vou may also bow and leave." AN AUDIENCE OP ONE. Joe Emmet Relate an AmoKlnjj IncidentHow Frlti" Matinee were Patronized at Colnmbna, Ohio. Joe Emmet, the popular "Fritz" of the stage, happened to be in a Wall street broker's office, relating eoraeamuBing incidents of his life as a player, when a New York Sun man dropped in and caught the fol lowing on the fly: "The smallest audience I ever had was in Columbus, O. The managers had been trying to iutroduce mati nees, but without much success. Joe Jefferson, Den man Thompson and other big stars...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 May 1881

i- i 1 4, .. THE JOURNAL. IS ISSUKU EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and .Publishers.- l S-Office, on 11th street., up stairs in Journal building. Terms rer rear, 52. Sixraqntbs.Sl. Three months. 50c. Single copies, 5c. F. SCHECK, t Manufacturer and Dealer in ; "CiGARS'AND TOBACCO. ALL KINDS OK SMOKING ARTICLES. Store on Olive St., near the old Post-office Columbus Nebraska. 447-ly HENRY XLTERS, BLACKSMITH AND "Wagon Maker, Shoi nr KonnJrr. fconth of A. N. ipot. All kind of wood and iron work on w WsonvBurc". Farm Machinery, Ac. Keeps on hands the ' TftPPKEN SPUING BUGGY, and other eastern buggies. ALSO, THE Eurfjt fc Bradlev Plows. MtLLMRY! MILLIMY! MRS. M- S. DRAKE HAS .It'ST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF. SPRING AND SUMMER MILLIIESY III FilCY -:: X3TA FULL ASSORTMENT OF EV ERYTH1NG BELONGING TO FiRST-LLASaMlLLlX- - . KRY STOKK.JE3 Tieelfth St..,tieo doors east -StQt( Bank. JVjGERBER.& CO.,. 7 -dealers in FURNITURE, AND UNDERTAKERS. ..Gins, BBflsteails, Bums, 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. — 4 May 1881

it i - THE JOURNAL. Eutured at the Post-onic-, Columbus, Nrb., as second cla.s matter. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1881. Two hundred and forty-one deathB in Chicago last week. Thirteen new cases of Braa!l-pox in Chicago last week. "Waterloo was badly flooded daring the rise in the Elkhorn. The Beatrice cheese factory turns out 750 poundB of excellent cheese daily. The Elkhorn, during the recent rise at Battle Creek, was over four miles wide. Four companies U. S. cavalry at Fort Riley have been ordered to the Ute country. Jas. T. Fields offBoston, the au thor, died on the 21th ult., aged sixty-four years. The sufferers by the flood at Ham burg, la., are in great need, and relief is asked for them. Wktelaw Reid and Miss Eliza beth Mills were married in New York City on the 26th ult Six thousand two hundred and sixty -seven emigrants landed at New York on the 2Gth ult. A motion was made in the U. S. senate on the 26th to go into execu tive session Lost, yeas 24, nays 24. The Oriental cotton mill...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 May 1881

R I it Ir t F I 'iK T- THE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL FAPL'll FLATTE CO. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1881. Communications, to lnurc insertion. In the next ie-ue, should lie in hand on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding issue-day." Advertisements, of whatever class, should he In band by noon, 'i ucrdaj s. AiUurtiBPtiii'iits under this head 1ft cts. a line iht insertion, 10 ctt. a line each subsequent iur-rtion. E. J. Bilker wenl west .Monday. P. S. Dewitt of Martinton, III., - ia iu the city. Mrs. Jos. Gross ia visiting ber paients.in Omaha. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call ou Lamb. For a good article of table butter call at Win. Becker's. Everything in the vegetable line is "up and a-coming." We learn that teams are wanted by the U P. at $1 a day. Born-. Sunday, May 1st, to Mrs. Joseph Smith, a daughter. A telephoue line is talked of betweon Ftillertou and Genoa. Ed. North started Saturday for the cattle ranche on t ho Dismal. Good, double harrows, complete, at "Win. Becker's, for n...

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

it ' K 9 t ')'.' i - t n i Fight It out ob tit In I.Ihc The bourbou democracy, in their tight against Mahonc, place them selves deliberately in the attitude of repudiating the last democratic can didate (or the presidency. It was Hancock who, in bis letter of ac ceptance, going beyond the bourbon platform of his party, declared the issue, eo far as the south was con cerned to be a full vote and fair count. This is not the first time nor the second that the democratic party has repudiated its candidates. In ISM, the copperhead democracy nominated General McClellan on a platform declaring the war for the Union a failure, and demanding the cessation of hostilities on the part of the Union north. Gen. McClellan, in his letter of acceptance, went be yond the copperhead platform, and in effect repudiated it. Gen. Mc Clellan was defeated, sharing in his defeat that.of the copperhead-disunion party. In 1876 Mr. Tilden was nominated on a brigadier-democrat ic platform, which was silent in re...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 May 1881

5T v:-w: titt ,-" x fc r THE JOURNAL. KATIES op aivi:ic IISI.. Space. lie 2tr Imo oi Um Ivr IS ISUK1 F.VKRY WEDNESDAY, lcol'mn 31-i.OH J $i(i j iv $35 JUO $1M) K I . 12 1 15 20 M CO M. K. TU11NER & .CO., a i 4 inches M) I J I 12 If. I t0 35 ii -.2T. f 7.00 It 14 15 " 27 3 4.0 U.7r JO 12 J 15 l.."02.2.-il 4 5J J 20 lb Proprietors and Publishers. 1 Busjnes and professional cards ten lines or less spacr. per annum, ten dol lars. Liiral advertisements at statute rates. 'Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices" five cents a line each Inser tion. Advert isinent- clarified as "Spe cial notices" fi e cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion -:o: JSTOflicp, on lltb street. upstairs in 1MB lillifipiJiL Journal building. Tkkms Per vcar, $2. Six month;, si. Three months, 1 T0c. Single copies, 5c. ADVERTISEMENTS. YOL. XII.--N0. 2. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, MAY II, 1881. WHOLE NO. 574. h K fcc r r l-TRNRY LTTKTJS, BLACKS...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 May 1881

m I i. I !i f I THE JOURNAL. Entered at the Post-ollice, Columbus, Neb., ah second class matter. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 18S1. The market in Omaha is short on brick. Another addition is being made to the city of Lincoln. A brick kiln of 150,000 hag been started at Central City. York intends dedicating her TJni versalist church June 1st. Niobrara is said to be looking around for higher ground. The sportmau's club at Lincoln advertise for 10,000 pigeons. Gen. Grant was recently honored with another banquet in the city of Mexico. A pressed brick and sewer-pipe company has been organized at Lincoln. Several hundred thousand brick made at Crete have been sold in Lincoln. Four thousand 6even hundred immigrants landed at New York on the 7th. The West Point Republican is of the opinion that Sidney is Nebras ka's Sodom. It is claimed that aid is still great ly needed for the Dakota sufferers by the flood. The Odd Fellows have eighty-five working lodges and 3,500 members in Nebraska. The homestead...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 May 1881

T v. ,' &'&r' - ' ,-Tt - jrr wsr m , k3- -T J' : v - X i 9 I t r : ' XHE JOURNAL. OFFICIAL 1'Al'El! PLATTE CO. VKIXHSIAY, MAY 11, ltI. (MiiiinuiiCKtlon, to lnure insertion sn the uoxt iiiui-, -hould lc in hand on .V.omluxs; if length, on Thur-dayfr preitodlnr !Mit.--dy." Advertisements, of whatever ola.s, Should lie in baud l noon. Tuet-daj s-. AdvuniM-iuYiit under this head lfi et. h line lirit iiis-i tion, 10 cth. a line f a h ubsouiu-nt iu-ertion. Lloavy rain Monday night. J. C. Moiris-ey is in the city. A. M. Post, E-q., was at David City Saturday. Three pounds of Japan lea for .$1, at DelMimn's. "W. T. Hickly has Blarted a meat market at Genoa. "J Iiii" Seolt has been appointed eperial policeman. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. For a pood article of table butter call at Win. Hookcr'p. Itoit.v. Monday, Ma)' Uth, to Mrs. F. Hrodfeuhror, u son. Itoiix. Monday, May ilih, to Mrf. losuph Hengglcr, a foil Boun. Sunday, May Slh, to Mrs. Duvld Schupbach, a so...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 May 1881

' t I I w ., f v f 1 ft tLV Jb! t - ; ' V lZtlltorinl ."Vol ex. Gage nounly li.i" fifty thoiHaml sheep. There has beun another shock of earthquake at Chio. The Doran brought half a mill ion in gold to New York last week. Another diabolical mine has been discovered in St. Petershurgh. The Bothnia brought to Xew York on the 20h ult. $330,000 in gold. At Ft. Worth, Tex., last week two thousand bales of cotton were burned or damaged. Fifty thousand troop3 are to be sent by France to keep the Algerian Arabs in subjection. Fred Douglass has been ap pointed recorder of deed? for the District of Columbia. Sixty thousand emigrants from Xorway and Sweden are under con tract for passage lo America. Mrs. Thompson, of Oxford, Ks., died the other day from the effects of an overdose of oil of tansy. Eight thousand Jews reside in Cincinnati, and their church prop erty is valued at half a million. Three meu have been arrested at MHIatreet, in the county of Cork, Ireland, under the coercion act. Last...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 May 1881

THE JOURNAL. is issuko k'i:ky wkixjhay, :M. K. TURNER & CO., - . Proprietors and Publishers. ' 3 :o: KATES OF ADVERTISING. Space. . to -w lino Sin 6 in lyr lcol'miiJ$I2.lM I $2li fVi $W $100 " ' s.o j it l.'"iij .V7 G0 if ' u.im ! 12 LI i5Tl55 tlmjbes VJ." 7..VI It i U liTj 27 i.5o j 6.;r. ; io 12 j is 1 jio T7oj 21 1 4 1 r ! 8 10 1 " I Business and professional cards tea lines or less space, p r annum, ten dol lars. Legal advertisements at statuU rates. "Editorial local notices" flrteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notice ' five cents a line each Inser tion. Advertisments classified as "Spe cial notices" live cents a line tirst Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. JSTOflirc, on 1Kb street., upstairs in 'Journal building. Tekms Per rear, $2. Six montbi,?l. Throe months, .'ttir. Sinjle copies fie VOL. XII.-N0. 3. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1881. WHOLE NO. 575. III pL m 1 i v. f J f ADVERTISEMENTS. HENRY LITERS, BLACKSMITH AND "Wagon !Mxtker9 Sh...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 May 1881

MWW jfci-qaw n.r ! tih-tr "s- ii i H I.. '? ii i l"- tw t ii I 6 ijfr '. .! jf THE JOURNAL. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second clann matter. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1831. The Southern Utes are on the war path. Ok the 11th, 3,193 immigrauts ar rived in New York. Southern Russia is in a condition bordering on anarchy. Another revolution in Greece is believed to be imminent. Bismarck's beer tax is said to be doomed to certain defeat. Over 4,000 emigrants passed thro' Chicago one day last week. Seventeen hundred immigrants arrived at Baltimore last week. Potatoe bugs have appeared In large numbers at Bedford, Ind. A fortt thousand dollar lire oc curred in Boston the other day. The transactions in real estate for last week in Chicago foot up $965, 210. The ludians in Colorado have re cently been committing depreda tions. The loss by the fire last week in the Missouri penitentiary will reach $00,000. Queen Isabella will preside at a festival to be given in honor of Calderou....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 May 1881

T- ;.;v " 1 i frrwyg tiir i yr " '"' Ik- (IT5 - k v THE JOURNAL. OFF1CIAL 1WPER J'LA'ITJ-: CO. W KDXBSDAY, MAY IS, JN1. CHimmtnimtlon-. to liwre nertion in the next !"', hould he in limiil on MondMVF; if lctiKthy, on Thursday preceding ie.ue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should he iu hand hy UMIl, Tuesda J. AdvtTtiM'imnlfe under this head lfi civ. a line tirst insertion, 10 cts. aline each fUb-CUUeUt ius rliuii. A splendid shower yesterday m rouh). Hou. H. P. Cady of Nebraska City is in town. Uoun. To Mrs. II. C. Bean, May lBlb, a daughter. Mrs. Z. Shotwoll is visiting at London, Canada. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. For a good article of table butter call al Wm. Uerkcr'e. Considerable activity at Police headquarters Monday. Mr. England goes to Pittbnrg, Pa., on a summer vhH. Chns. Green, Eq., of Omaha was in the city Mondiy. Win. Iliinueiiiaii and family start for Chicago this morning. Shcrifl livers of Cass county, was in the city yoalenlay. Some du...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 May 1881

"5E- . 3 : : v 1 '. ' J ( ' I -I M li ri 7 n u '. i v i Editorial Hfew r'ote. A shock of an earthquake was felt last week al Sau L'lis O'ltispo. 11 is reported that locusts have de voured tue rice and corn crops of Bolivia. The authorities in Kussia, it is stated, intend to abolish public ex ecutions. The municipal elections in Spain resulted favorably to the supporters of the Ministry. It is stated that a movement is on foot for the confederation of all the Spanish-American republics. Eighty-four thousand immigrants arrived in Chicago last month, and were distributed in different direc tions. The chief of police of Auburn, X. Y., resigned the other day be cause a colored man was placed on the force. Burglars entered the brewery of Frank May at Cascade, la., the other night, blow open the safe, and se cured $3,000. John Kerrott, assistant postmaster at Little Rock, Ark., was arrested the other day on account of a defal cation of about $2,000. The jewelry store of C. E. Glines, in Ma...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 25 May 1881

THE JOURNAL. KATES OP ADVEKTWI.G. Space. lte -to Iwo am tint lyr luol'mn SltM jjJS j $25 7 JST. $Wj $1(0 14 s.m . 12 j ia iti ;f j go K ' 1 i i 12 fT. fail as 4 inches "..i fT-Voj JMtJ14 f tft 27 :i t.rx ; t;.7r ; icTj 12; is 20 1 I 1.5o 1 2.2." 4 j .i3Y 10 Businei and priftlonal card ten lines or less pace. per annum, ten dol lars. Letral advertisement at atatuta rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cent a line each insertion. "Local notices ' five cent a line each Inser tion. AdvertNnient classified aa "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first inser tion, three cent a line each subsequent Insertion. IS ISSUKD EVKRY WKPNKsDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. -:o:- J3B"Oflice, on 11th street., upstairs in Jooenal building. Terms Per rear, $2. Six months, $1. Three mouths, &0c. Single copies, fc. VOL. XID-NO. 4. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1881. WHOLE NO. 576. TiL i.1 41. aaaI III!7 MM II II I III II II 14 -1 1 1 II III A I w fk E ADVERTISEMENTS. H...

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. — 25 May 1881

T5-aCa!SS?fl!HMBer; J r . iCa - -3EHL3J'-T-! M vamemztmwum umu ..hjisjs? - naa.t ,-ys irr.--erm3gtoZlStX aww A j ' M . 1 , 1' t u I. II, If ! S' h i i 11 : I L5 U .v il - - : .- j r' J THE JOURNAL. Entered at the Pot-ollic', Columbia. Neb., a tecoud cla.-s matter. WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 18S1. Couktv warrants of Colfax coun ty are at par. A double beaded calf was recent ly on exhibition at Grand Island. Two shocks of earthquake were felt the other night at Contoocook, N. H. Chicago received the other day 33,512 bushels of wheat, and shipped 559,504 bushels. A farmer in Lancaster county, this state, sold the other day five fat hogs for $96.77. Mrs. Garfield on the 20th was declared to be out of danger from her recent illness. The Omaha Sportsman's Club the other day at Lincoln bore off the Silver Cup prize. The house of Mr. English near Ashland this state was blowu down in a recent storm. It is the opinion in political cir cles that Chandler's nomination will go over to December. Two stro...

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. — 25 May 1881

ST. r- ;. r Ifu t . r r fL I f K. if' ? L it THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 18S1. Communications, to injure insertion in the next Jfsup, should he in band on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays lr?cemns ibhiic-day." Advertisements of whatever clat-, .should be in hand bv noon, Tuesdays. Advertisement! undr this head 15 ctb. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each substuuent insertion. Plenty of showers. Farmers are very busy planting corn. John Wiggins lately received a car load of btoves. If you want groceries al OmalidH prices call on Lamb. For a good article of table butter call at Win. Becker's. Indolence and Crime go hand in band, the world over. Where is Columbus to celebrate her Fourth this jear? Joseph Kivet, Co. Commission er, called on us M outlay. Paiuts of all colors, ready mixed for use, at Jno. Wiggins's. A number of farmers will be short on gardens this year. Father liriudley is doing some needed work on 11th street. Stockmen should call on ttiirn hHtn & Dewitt...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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