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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 25 May 1881

r I .. iHttEWMH Hi f ii .1: c j 4 n i ! i r t S it . h t i .: i ? 1 A I VI . I V 1 Fale Lights. Mock characters, like false lights, are worse than darkucs-. There are any number of skin-deep saints in the world lit all times ; and sheep's clothing and long robes are always in great demand in the market. In deed we all use cosmetics of the moral kind to remove freckles or wrinkles. To meet the respectable, smooth-shaved, decorous, venerable ornaments of society we sometimes see, you would not 6U8pect that any slanders could find birth against men so soft spoken, so frank and so confidential. But they do. Haven black and dead eyes, and drawn down corners of the mouth, aud an exceptional lie, don't always stand for godliness. Cucullas nonacit monachxnn The owl does not make the friar. That highly respectable board of direc tors, so hale, loud spoken, well fed, seem, every man of them, fit for prizes at an exhibition of commer cial moralities; still they arc in trouble about loans, cont...

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. — 1 June 1881

THE JOURNAL. ratks or Am'r.KTisirvu. Jtpace. lie ir lio Urn Cut yr Icol'mii Jf-MMi ?-" I $A $37' l ?o fiiw h " I . i-J i ' I - I .'kT go li - j i." !t ti i.-. joi::5 4 inches ..jT. .M) It 1 1 15 ." " I I..V!i;?i"lO 1-J 15 j 20 1 I Tsoj 2.'2S " 4 ; 5 J0 Business and professional cards ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Kegal adertisenient at statute rates-. kKditorial local notices" tUteeu cent a line each insertion. " Kocal notices" five cent a line each inser tion. Advertisnicnts classified a ''Spe cial notices" live cent a line first Iner tion, three cent a line each subsequent Insertion. f 1 IS I58lKI i:TKY ni'NK.-llAY, M, K. TUKNEll & CO., Proprietors r.nd Publishers. -:e:- VOL. XII.--N0. 3. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1.S81. WHOLE NO. 377. ill 90tftM2lL v ) w i r i JSTOrtice, ' 11th trect., upstair in Joukxal I'MiNJinp. Tkkms l'r cscr. $2. Fix months, ?K TLroe woHtk-.-Vu . inielc copies. fc. ADVERTISEMENTS. 3LK?liV LL'KJS. BLACKSMITH AM) "Wnjjron Maker...

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. — 1 June 1881

VJCX'r y ki I n i I i V I l W i r 7 i L . I THE JOURNAL. Entered at the I'osl-oiticc, Coluuilm. Xeb., as M'cond vltKs matter. WEDNESDAY, .JUNE 1, 1n1. Viruima politics is getting warm. Gen. Grant's railroad contract has beeu approved by the Mexican Senate. Burglars last week were quite busy in Omaha, plying their usual occupation. The female suffragists Avere iu national convention iu Boston ou the 27th ult. A new M. E. Church is talked of In Lincoln, to coat -$20,000 and to be built this year. The cattle disease has recently made its appearance iu the vicinity of Plattsmouth. The citizens of Columbus, O., are taking steps to enforce the Sunday laws by closing saloons. Thos. Sherman, only son of the Geueral, was recently admitted to the Catholic priesthood. An incendiary fire a few evenings since almost entirely destroyed the towu of Harrison, Ark. Cari. Schurz, Horace White and E. L. Godkin have purchased the New York Eveniny Post. Mn. John Duniiar of Beatrice hap purchased Coulee'...

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. — 1 June 1881

A W Hi M t ti I Ji TO THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JINE 1, 1.1. CtMHtmuiu-attoii, u liiMin mcrtim in tko next it-Mii-, should bo in hand on Mm!ti; if lotigthy, on Tlmr.d:i itcidiii Wue-dnv. Adverti-einetitV, of wiimwer cla-.., .-hould he in hand I.y noon. TueMlax . AdviTtiM-nn-nt under tliif head 15 el, a line litst insertion, 10 de. a line eaoh !-ul.-eiUfiit iiiM-rtinu. Major Christmas was iu town Siiturday. F. M. Suckotl of Albion was in town Monday. Goo. llicder of Albion was in town Monday. Gus. I.ecbcr took a business trip webt lafct week. If you want groceries at Omaha prices cull on Lninb. For a god utttclf ot table butter oall at Wm. Ueekor's. L. (lerrnnl, Iq., was at Osceola lm-t week on business. ltni:. Yesterday morning', to M rs. R Scbeek, a hoii. 1'ainU of all color?, ready mixed for use, at .Ino. Wijjgins's. "He who feends the trial, neuild the Mtreiifjth to bear it, too." Hood, double burrows, complete, at Win. Keeker's for six dollar. .Ino. Wiggins has the largest variety...

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. — 1 June 1881

r.gawy. Li B f j 4; 4 ,t ! fl f 'i ! r R if i, 3 In Jloraorj- of Ily anl IoIe, our Iot I.ilic. Once more the flower Mile, priug side by Called forth by April rain; Two bkMoiiis in the winter died, That will not conic again. The days bring on from morn till night, The tasks we always bore; Hut they which ued to make them bright Will make them so no more. The fairest ofour fireside flowers, Cut down bv wintrr wind. Fell ott', and now in hdeu's bow ers A surer shelter find. In vain the mother urged her love Death's mission knew no stay. "I'll take your children," he saiil, "above To show yourself the way." And shall not this (when earthly cares Press heavy on our hearts), Come like an answer to our praver They have the better part? Our souls may toss with doubts and fears, But theirs are ever calm; We sometimes weep despairing tears, The sing the endless psalm. Oh, joy to think all ties of love That death has power to sever, hball be restored to us above Unbroken there, forever. m. u. ...

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. — 8 June 1881

own n m .1 giiBh THE JOURNAL. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Spce. Ik "iv m . m Hh tvr !flmw $liiH i?s $i J.V. jw Jimi :, ' ! ;... li l A , ;." , " m 1 , ' i..! 9 11 , 1.1 5i 4 ttu-hs .-t js ,Wi Ti j "i i& ,: i " f i.5tnn-i 4! .i! 5; t 0m to Ite Ie-tKJ KKi'.Y HKI'M'IUV, M. L TURNER & CO., 4YrficieiBz saA sMitfiiers. Busings and professional rarrfs tea liHes r ls jpiwii. pfT anaum, tB dol lars. Lnnl advertisement at statntw rate. "Edfteritil kwal notices' fifteen ents a line each iertkH. "Local notiee " live cent- a line eaeh Inser tion. Adertlsmrts classified a 'Spe cial notices" S v.- rents a line drst inser tion, three eeat a line each subsequent insertion. TBHM6 Pt rear. i ?lx Mttibft.$L Three Mont!-. -. 'MH' tie, Ar0L. XII.-NO. 6. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1881. WHOLE NO. 578. "wy w vj f J sr Xj J 0 V r k r 1 c a t f i e AHVEETISEXEOTS. BLACKSMITH - wi AVa roii IVFakor. iMtf Mir 'nMn4r. ii of X. X 5. JipoC. All kiwi 4 kmA irom wrfc am . lti:-rM-. Fan MnUfc-f . A . K m TI...

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. — 8 June 1881

?S!E rjgjjjyKau CJM r I I1 F t i I r 'A THE JOURNAL. Entered at I he Pot-olliee, Columbus, Neb., n ?ccoik1 cla matter. Wednesday, june s, 11. Gekmanv will expel the Mormon missionaries. Mas. Gakkiei.d last week was re ported out of danger, and rapidly convalescing. Transportation- to this country this year has been secured by ten thousand people of Sweden. Durino last week riots, evictions and arrests seemed to be the regular order of things throughout Ireland. Silas Bison-son's gift of .200,000 to the city of Waterbury, Conn., for a library, now amounts to $225,000 Coinage iu the various C S. mints for May reached $12,228,550, of which $2,300,000 were silver dol lars. Secretary Blaine was reported Saturday seriously ill. His sickness was creating much anxiety at Wash ington. The Congregational Association of Marlborough, Mass., was the first religious body to adopt the new version. New York car drivers gained an advance in wages without a strike. That is the proper way to do the bu...

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. — 8 June 1881

If "! dl II TTr-rrinrr m tji -am V X t s THE ,7( KJRNAL. WEIlIA'V. ji m: , i.vi. Cmwwmhk !!!:. to inur dim rtnoi In tin wl ic olxulil Ih ih hand on Mo-: il l !-M;ibv. wm 1 i:r.-tlnv.- fjti"f,ft i iisiu-dat. Advertisements, ,v m wiwii'vcr i la-i.. -IhhIi 1m im band by llAOH, TtCMlat -. Artvi-rtjM'SM'Mi nndor tki head IS tit-, n lin irt insertion. Iflets. aline rrk HlM-itii-nt in- rtiou. O.. X. A It. II. liOAli. rime SckodHle No. I. To take ell'eot 4lm t, "M. I'm- the government anil lHfrwKtHM of ewployi'es only. The C'nniniiHy reserves the ri-jhl to vary t Herefrom 'ti )lHr4'. Train daily". "vHMHn.V. iMVilid. OHlfarii Jtitrntttt. Oltutttas h;M .m, I.lCivek S:il " (11. lVlr-S- " Jiiiimrf ; .-i" " :Mn4i-H " 7:I " AlliHmm 7:13 " Norfolk 7::''; a. m. Mhh-oh 7:17 " Midi-n .s:i(; lllllHpHlctil-lC PL Outre. 1:1s ltCreek !. " rlHMlinslti:SS M AI.IMON IIKN(II. Coinmfcws 1:1. p. m.iAII.m.h 7:Wa..M. (IisM 1 m-l.;i:.;i St. Kit wnnl :: " (mix 5':M Lost CrecK!':.V ohiHtl.u-lti: r ilWm 7:17 " N rnr...

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. — 8 June 1881

""W.v LC?-.r -7-J 4 i ? 1 5 W3js J , ( i ' 1 u I' ! ' V i. t It ! 1 1 'I 1 IJ. I ' mi THE 5EW LIQUOR LAW-Df FORCE FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. Uk it Ex.utkd ltv tiii: Lkoislatuki: or tiu: State ok Nebraska: Section 1. The county hoard of each county may grant licence for the sale of malt, .spiritous and vinous liquors, if deemed expedient, upon the application hy petitioif of thirty of the resident freeholders of the town, if the county is under township organization, and if not under township organization, then thirty of the resident freeholders of the pre cinct where the sale of such liquors is proposed to take place, setting forth that the applicant is a man of respectable character and standing and a resident of this State, and praying that license may be issued to him. Such application to be fded in the office of the county clerk and upon the payment into the county treasury of such sum as the board may require, not les3 than five hundred (8500) dollars for each license and upon the ...

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. — 15 June 1881

THE JOURNAL. IUT1M OF AIVKltTI.SI-. Space. lie 'Jio I mo 3m lw jr IS I-Sl KI KVKKY VKINH?HAY, icoPninj jpitM ii i $ir. $::. jwj jiwj ii " l sunt ; i-j , i.'i 20 : " 60 K I ':W i 12 1.1 1 26T35 I inches '..-'-. 7..V) il i; j 27 II " I..-mi I ." i 10 j 12 J 15 " 20 M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. I " 1.50 2.25 1 4 ; 5 J 8 J 10 Business and professional cards tea line or Ie.s space, per annum, ten dol lars. Leual advertisement. at statuta rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices five cents a line each Inser tion. Advertiments classified as"Spe eial notices" ne cents a line first inser tion, three cents a line eac.h subsequent insertion. ::- Eiroiliro, on lltli street., upstairs in Journal building. Thums Per vcar, 52. Six month'-. I. Throe month, 5U . Single copios.oc. Ar0L. XII.-N0. 7. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1881. WHOLE NO. 57fl. Sit (in hi mil us iiipil "I m W- ADVERTISEMENTS. BLACKSMITH AMI "Wnoii jVInkcr9 ...

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. — 15 June 1881

wasa swsb" jm ",a.- B I K i r k i H a f! r 1 8 3 b THE JOURNAL. Entered at tho lVi"t-iili-i-. io!umi)it Nob., :n .-vuoml class matter. WEDNESDAY, .IUNK 15, lNM. TiiF. Legislature of Pennsylvania ailjoiirucd on the 9th hist. Thk li ret punches oflhe season ar rived ou the Gth in Chicago from Tuxub. A nkw elevator is being erected in Chicago with a capacity of 1,000, 000 bushels. The Lincoln J animal thinks an administration should not do too much retail business. Mks. Gaiifield can now sit up for some time, ha1 a tolerably rood ap petite, and rapidly gaining strength. Mexico is starting out in her system of railroad", just having lin ishod a line from the city of Mexico to Tula. Pk.vxsvi.vaxia as well as nnic other particular localities is having too much rain for the good of the farmers. Mr. Fauan and a German rail road employe were drowued last week in the Xorth Fork, near Nor folk Neb. No chauge on the Gth at Albany in the situation; Couklingand Piatt simply holding their own, but...

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. — 15 June 1881

i ' Y k U- f THE JOURNAL. wi:iimi.. u m. i:.. r-i. m. rtioM CamMUii'rnilou-. to lM-tir i tt . i"H...uM t- in tiaiwl h ,.MHtla-: it letU'Uti. Thur4B priwetar iu-!). AdvTt-eMM-nt.. f Wfentewr Um. bouM In- hi hand l. tlMH. Ttel. s. Artverti-eittewt- Mtirr thin head lf et. tt line fcr-: iHM-rtiM. Hiet. a'liue ach -Mi- jii -nt :nertitt. Adiiiu MrPheron was lit town yosdordny. E. .1. linker returned frm the wet Monday. If yr.n wiit groceries nt Omalta (price chU oh I. hi V. Those who waul good crn will llnd it hI Steitftgor'-. -Fw a good srlirfo of tabic butter oaM at Win. 1 locker's. Win. Dni"er of Colfax county was hi to 11 -stftml iy. Mr. .1. M- MrFirituid was re .Krlel q.ite sick lust wrik. Two I'nioti Pari So surveying (iwrtie; went we-t last week. Bk nmrdftv. June S)ih, to iMrs. Win. Bur iter, u daughter. fioed.tloM hie ban ows. complete, at Wjh. IJtckerV, lor six dolfcr. Mr. I;eHr. in the interest of the Ohh4H tee. wa in lawn Thursday. Sltcy Matla-k ha-, boon visiting Genwa. He no-...

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. — 15 June 1881

Litiiir 7 f ! 1 A ; !i ' r H i i i t r Wild Land xtntl Slay E.uml. In years past it has bceu the pre vailing custom for persons requiring hay to cut on almost any piece of laud regardless of ownership. There has been such large tracts of wild and uncultivated laud that thus far the custom has been the means of workiug little or no injustice. Now, however, that putting up hay has developed into a business of no small magnitude aud the further fact that the country has rapidly ad ded to its live slock iutcresls, the hay question has become one of considerable importance. Tho Su preme Court in a case carried up from Dodge county held substan tially that stock rould graze with impunity upon wild aud uncultiva ted lands. No matter that the own er may have required the land for the use of his own cattle, so long as the land was wild aud uncultivated he bad no protection under the law. It would appear from this that if a man would be protected iu grazing his cattle upon another's land, he ...

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. — 22 June 1881

KATUN OF ASM'r.K'riMfttt. Space. lir -ic liw .ih Km lyr leoPinii I'siiiii s-jii $i ; $,.. j $o i $it.o H ' s.wi i i , i.'i i -jii i :ui on 4 j -;.h j 12 1 i.- 2ii i :sf i inches :..'.' T..M II II !. 27 a i .:.n c.Tfi u 12 j ir 20 1 T' 1 i..-o 1 2.2.1 1 a ; .- ; $ j 10 Bii"iness :md professional cards ten lines or les space, per annum, ten dol lar. Leiral advertisement at stntut rates. ''Editorial local notices" fifteen cent a line each insertion. "Local notices" five cents a line each Inser tion. Ail vert isiiients classified as "Spe cial notices' tive cents a line tlrst Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. I isM Kl i:ki: wi:immay, M. K. TUHNKlt &:o,' Proprietors and Publishers. 1 i 1 J. :: IJSrOffipe, oh lltk lreBU,3ii stairs in " AoukX.u. iMiHf. "Thiims IVr year, 12. Six menths,$l. Three month. . Single -jie,5c. VOL. XII.-N0. 8. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1881. WHOLE NO. 580. THE JOURNAL. iw tut nuil. T f f f, t 4-' i T ADVERTISEMENTS. IIKNIJY Ll'...

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. — 22 June 1881

fc r i a f i THE JOURNAL. K'lU-rc-il at the Post-nnV-o. (.'olninlius, Xrh., as second chi matter. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1SS1. Iowa and Pennsylvania green backers have nominated state tick ets. Gen. 'Lon'gstreet will soon be qualified to act as U. S. marsbal for Georgia. Harvesting is going forward in California. The season is late and tbe crops fair. O.v the 10th the vote for senator showed the following result Couk ling 32, Piatt 27. Seven ocean steamers left New York City the other day with 650 passengers to Europe. Miss M. M. Gillette of the Dis trict of Columbia has been appointed Notary Public by the President. The President haB appointed Judge N. C. McFarland, of Kansas, commissioner of the general land office. The grand prize of Paris was 100, 000 fraucs in specie and the betting at the start was two to one against Foxhall. It was reported at St. Louis on the lGth that rates wore being cut on grain to 3 cents to New York and 8 to Boston. It is stated that the demand for dry goo...

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. — 22 June 1881

-I Ix y f r THE JOURNAL. U Kl)NKMA V. JlNil 22, 1W. Cwiirtmithn. to injure insertion iM lUt-next itt. (til: I..- iH hand on .UMttliiye: if ic-M.'lky. in Thioolti upcetiii ii-Mfe-day." Advertisement, f WhhU'mi !, vW(Mih! be in liuml lv rtwixi, ViM'.Ih . AlU'l rtiM-MH'Hl- Wilder tliir head 15 cl. u Iiim tiit iH-ciiittii, Hi cth. u litii' oi'k sMl-i-iUvHt insertion. If vow whuJ groceries Ml Omaha prions ck I on Lamb. For h good article of table butter call at Win. Becker's. The'C lerideiituls played to a full bonw Thiirsd-i night. Hokn- To .lvfi. C. II. Young, Jmp lTih, a dHtighter. Craig I'.niwn was in Columbus IMoHtbi) on hi way homo. Mr. Jl:tiie Scburg is confined lolior bed by pvpip illness. J. J. llirklfy and P. E. (elliptic ilwvo iloRHPil tho lied Kibhou. ltotiMlall A: Shot well Lipped (lni wpp!. II (MI lbs. of but tor. A. W. Posl, F.sq , anil family iifiFlwl fr Iowa Monday morning. fku. Mfiftonn, a young lawyer dtfOwca, wns in town over Sun- I'lilj" Tlngrl chiiir up from SSrGimt...

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. — 22 June 1881

msnnvBBBH 5 ff LINCOLN'S ASSASSINATION. Jeff. Davis on the Death of the Mar tyr President. Wc arrived :it (Juiirlultc on April lb. lSl.", ami 1 them received at the moment of dismounting a telegram from Gen. llreckenride anuounc ifi4", ou information received from Geueral Sherman, that President Liucoln had heen assassinated. An influential citizen of the town, who had come to welcome me, was stand ing near me, and, after remarking to him in a low voice that I had re ceived sad intelligence. I handed the telegram to him. Some troop ers encamped in the vicinity had collected to see rae; they called to the gentleman who had the dispatch in his hand to read it, no doubt sup posing it to be army news. He complied with their request, and a few, only taking in the fact but not appreciating the evil it portended, cheered, as was natural at the news of the fall of one they considered their most powerful foe. The man who invented the story of my hav iug read the dispatch with exulta tion had...

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. — 29 June 1881

THE JOURNAL. IS ISM Kit KVKKY VBI'MItAY, M. K. TUUNEll & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. katun or AJvi:urisix,'. Space. Im - I wo ;. tw.i lyr teoTm n iioTf ar iR j $jr fat ffiM K I .' ; t2 1 is i -j x, i tiu yj "i,.n) ;i 12 1 .". i!ti ,tr 4iii-b-x .1.35 7.A It" 1 1 f j '-"" :? " ! 4.."i;m.:a; to; -x u ?o I "l.fnf -VJA r a ! r; s j lo ltu-iini' :irnl prnfri"itHiHl cards ten line' or b- -p;u' pt annum, t-u dol lars. Lf.:il tlvprtit'Uient at st:tut rate.". "Kilitorbil local nntiees" fifteen cent? a line each huprtion. "Local notiors " live oent a line p.icb Inser tion. AtlvertNnitMity clarified a'Spe cial notices" tiv cents a line first Inser tion, tbree cents a line each subsequent insertion. "A - JST0(H'C. oh llik struct., up stein- hi lOUK.VAl. I.HlltllHC. Weums !Vr venr, $2. Six month1-, ?1. Tbruc nuMtW-,rt . Single ctie,fe. VOL. XII.-NO. 9. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1881. WHOLE NO. 581. Swtpitl 1MB lEbP lit II IIP II 3 1 I - 1 f I J ' m 11 ADVERTISEMENTS. J-IKNJiY J...

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. — 29 June 1881

r f Si I 9 ti i if r I' ri y -- fi r I y r ? TJIE JOURNAL. Kntoivd at t tic Iol-niliri f'oltiinliii-. Neb., a- M'cotitl cl:i mutter. VK1XKSI)AY, JUNE 1, 1SS1. A vf.in of coal four feet thick has becu struck at Decatur tbta state. Tiik Chicago bank clearings one day last week amounted to .fC, 100,000. The health of Mrs. Garfield has greatly improved since she went to Long Branch. Upton, of the treasury depart ment went to Europe ou the refund ing business. The public school teacher of Chi cago were paid oil the other day ; it required $G5,000. Another fire in Quebec, this time in St. Saveur district. Thirty-five houses were burned. The Hereford Cattle Breeders Association of America was in ses sion last week at Chicago. Twenty-seven hundred immi grants lauded in one day and night latst week at Castle (Jfmlcn. The first car-load of winter wheat ot the season was received iu Chica go last week from Ashland, III. Da. Ciui'iv, of Charlotte, Mich., committed suicide last week. lie was ove...

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. — 29 June 1881

r Y . r- t i TITEOITRNAL. WKIXKDAY. J I Nl.ii. 1S-I. 'miHMiiK'Nt!i)ii. to lH-un insertion ih tkc next is-ue. -non id In- in hand on MmiiiIhjk; it lenpiWy. AM ThMr-rt prefedm i-.M-(tH. Adverti-emcii'v. ol hJihU'mi la.v. .IhmM In- in hand l. luHMi.'i'mMla-. Alv'rliHvi'iti under :! Wad 1.. l. a line hts-t iiim:ii,ii. 1m etc. a hue each :UlMtH-ul iiiMi iini. Mrs. Kiltie IionrMcol is in the oity. Mre. Frank Smith is reported very ill. Mrs. Mar-hall Smith i- still in bud health. W. P. Wilson of Sehuyler iva in town Sttturdnv. II. L. Small Phippoil -l.OfJO lbs. of butter Monday. If Viu want groceries at (iiih18 prices call on Ltuitli. --Ernst "Walter is the twine of the new dork at Kramer's. Win. Klock its up from I'lalls month on a few days vrslt. .lohn Wiggins hit t rented his hard ware doie tit a coat of paint. IJev. I'.ristol trenched an uuub nally ijood heriunu Siiudti, evening. R Mitule has eorn four Icel high. It was planted the first ot Iy. dames Ctulilng vxib in town Saturday, loo...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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