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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 29 June 1881

rx. i V n i I r - I A. AIR AND LIGHT. A DOCTOR' fclOKY. Good folks will ever have their way, Good folks ever for it must pay. But we, who arc here anil ever where, The burden of their faults must bear. AVe must shoulder others' shame Fight their follies and take their blame; Purge the body, and humor the mind: Doctor the even then the soul is blind; Kuild the columns of health erect On the quicksands of neglect. Deacon Rogers, he came to me: "Wife is a-going to die," said he. "Doctors great, and doctors small Haven't improved her any at all. i'hysiCj and blisters, and powder and pills. And nothing sure but the doctor bills. "Twenty old "women with remedies new Bother my wife the whole day through. "Sweet as honev. or bitter as gall Poor old womau she takes em all. "Sour or sweet, whatever they choose, Poor old woman, she dareu't refuse. "So she pleases whoe'er may call. An' death is suited the best of all. "Physic and blister, powders and pill Bound to conquer, and sure to kill!" Mr...

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 July 1881

Mmm Lb.aunpi I w THE JOURNAL. IS lUKI EVKKY WKDNESUAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. "- Husine-iv and proft""ional cards ten linen or lt.s :iee. per annum, ten dol lars. Le:al advertisements at statute rates. "Kilitorial local notices" tlfteen cents a Hno each insertion. "Local notices" live cents a line each Inser tion. Advcrtlsmcnts classified as "Spe cial notices" live cpnts a line tlrst Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. :o:- SSTOflioc, on lltb street., tip stairs in Journal building. Tkkms lor year, 12. Six months, $1. Throe months, Oc. Single copies. Tic. WHOLE NO. ?S35L 1 i i ii , - - - ic,vri-:s of Aivr.irnsi;G. JU -jM 1 A Ze&X .S;ce. lw'-'wlu Sot Cm lyr j-S' (m wmv dm nW Cam IN hopum i $v.w i $jo i ? i $&-, i ?uo i ?ico It vT0 VOL. XIL--N0. JO. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JULY G, 1881. - V - ADVERTISEMENTS. I-IKNRY LITKRS, BLACKSMITH AND Simps near roiimlrj, vnulli or A. A. X. Depot. AH kiml of wood anil iron work on "Whko...

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 July 1881

THE JOURNAL. Entered at the Post-office, Coliiinftus Neb., as second cl:is matter. WEDNESDAY, JULY fl, 1SS1. Yellow fever prevails at Vera Cruz. A Nuckolls county stock raiser recently sold $35,000 worth of cattle to Iowa parties. It is reported that Wayne couuty has no regular physician since the new law took effect. Eleven deaths from yellow fever and twenty from small-pox occurred at Havana last week. The dead body of a man recently found in the river at Plattsmouth could not be identified. Norfolk is making an effort to secure the location of the Congrega tional college at that place. There were eleven cases of sun stroke one day last week at New Orleans, seven proving fatal. Dr. "W. S. Latta, of Lincoln, has been elected president of the Na tional Eclectic Medical Association. Bishops Simpson and Feck ar rived last week in England on their way to the Ecumenical conference. Russia, Hungary, Austria, Ger many, France and Great Britain are reported as having very fair crop prospec...

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 July 1881

K rr w I K i L If.' THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JTLY C, 181. Ciniminiciitlon.-. to in mi re insertion in tho next isnc. should be in hand on Mondajj.; if lengthy, cm ThurMlayp precudiu.c ihsuo-ilay. Advertisement!., of whatever clus should be in hauil hv IHWll, Tue-Mla t. AdvertiffiuVntt- under this head 15 otfe. a line Tim iuxcrliou, 10 ctB. a line each subsequent UiMTtion. Alchohol tor sale at E. D. Shee hau's. A. Heater of Liucohi was in town Saturday. Jud.ue Higtfjns delivered the oration at Albion. If you want groceries at Omaha priors call on Lamb. The new liuuburyard of Taylor, Schutto Ai Co. is in full blast now. I'oubou Lifico returned from a trip west with an ox team Saturday. Mr. John Drake of Crestou has gono oast for a few months on bus inops. fluy Itanium has corn, planted May lfilh, that now elands above his head. If you want a choice article of Michigan cider vinegar call on "Win. Hook or. Nick lilasscr was negotiating for the sale of twont steers last Saturday. I'ollow ...

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 July 1881

Fur the Journal. A lew Stricture Upoa M. I. Vonway. There is a great deal of bluuder ing talk and writing about the Jact that the revisers of the 2Jew Testa- ment have introduced Hades into their version. Herejs a specimen, from Moncure D. .Conway, a good instance of his want of care and conscientiousness in making his points against the orthodox. Here Is what he says: "The pit of hell, which the new translators have overlaid with the classic mythology of Hades," etc., etc. Now where people in general talk in this style, we may reasonably ascribe it to an innoceut ignorance. They know nothing of Creek, and have no con ception of simple questions of schol arship. When they sec Hades here and there in the New Testament where they had been used to see hell, they naturally imagine that the change 5b induced by a doctrinal iufluencc. But no Buch excuse can be pleaded for Conway. In him it must be either a-scandalous indiffer ence to knowing the truth, or a scandalous indifference to spea...

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 July 1881

-. THE JOURNAL. IS I.SSUKK KVKKY W Ull.NKsDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. ISrOlMcc. on llth Mrcct., upftair in JOURNAL ItUlldilltf. Tkkms l'er year, $2. Six months $1. Three month ..Vic. Single copies, J Tie. ADVERTISEMENTS. ITEISTRV I..T7KKS, BLACKSMITH ANI "Wagon Maker, SUop uesr Kminilrj, south of A. a V lemt. AH l:iml or wmil anil iron work on Wagons. ISusri"'. V-iria JhiPhinerj, " Itou'ii on hands the TIMP KEN SPH TNG H UGG Y, and other eastern buggies. Al0, TIIK-- "Furst Sr P.radlev Plows. NEBRASKA HOUSE, S. J. MARMOY, Prop'r. Nebraska Ave., South of Depot, coi.ittiims, ivi:r. A new hou-e. newly furnished. Good accommodations. Hoard by day or vreek at reasonable rates. 25TKct a rir.t-Cla.s Tabic. Meals, ...UT. Cents. I Lodgings. 2i Ct9 MKS. il. S. TTRATvK 11 AS JlT IMXBIVKl) A l.AKHE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER s. J3TA Fri.I. ASSOUT-MKXTOP KV KKYT1I1.NG ItKI.ONdlNO TO KIKST-CLASSMII.US- kky stoim:.jfi wlcelfth St., ttcn iloors east Stale Hank: F. GEREER...

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 July 1881

THE JOURNAL. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second clas mutter. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1SS1. There are 44,490 poat-offices in the United States. Ja.xesvii.le, Wis., had a $30,000 fire the other day. A xet post-office in Valley coun ty has been named Garfield. "Work has begun on the new wing at the state house at Lincoln. There were recently 5,000 British troops in county Cork, Ireland. A new and terrible contagion re sembling leprosy has appeared at Toulouse. Fred Htland and Mark Folson were drowned in Coon Creek, la., on the 7th inst. Maud S. trotted the other day in 2:16 on the driving park Associa tion's track Columbus, O. Jxo. J. Bowman, one of Lincoln's oldest and best known citizens, died at that city last Saturday. Miss Flowers, a young lady of ForoBt, Ohio, waB run over by a freight train last week and killed. Seven hundred and fifty Mor mons passed through Chicago the other day on their way to Salt Lake City. At Norwich, Conn., on the 4th, sixty persons were po...

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 July 1881

t J I . r- ri THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1S1. Communications to Injure insertion in tin' next issue, should he in hand on Manila?; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding ihue-day." Advertisements, of Mhatevt-r da., should bp in haud hy s-noou. Tue!dayt. AdverticcuicnH under thin head IS cth. a line first hioertion, 10 cts. aline tn'h subscuueut iusertiou. L. D. Clark is improving. This ie a good season for poor laud in Nebraska. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. Kev. J. P. Dyer of Silver Creek was in the city yesterday. A friend reports seeing a beau tiful rainbow Sunday uight. We saw no one who was satis fied with the Fourth at Omaha. Thomas Fly tin has just finished burning a kiln of 100,000 brick. Mr. aud Mrs. D. Anderson re turned from tlu west yesterday. " Judge Post passed through the city Thursday, slopping a few hours. If you want a choice article of Michigau cider vinegar call on "Wm. Becker. Follow the crowd to "Fitz'a" Book and Faucy goods store, opp.,...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 13 July 1881

imeilss cojuiE.vrs. GREAT BRITAIN. "THE LONDON' POST." July A. The Post says: No cwnt has so profoundly mov ed the English nation for many years, not excepting the assassina tion of the czar, as the attempt upon the life of President Garfield. We venture to say that not only in Eng land, but wherever the Euglieh lan guage is spoken, the sad tidings have fallen with all the force of a domestic calamity. "We hope Gar field may be spared to discharge the duties of his proud office; but we can not banish feelings awakened by the gravest apprehenBionB of the crime, apparently motiveless and purposeless. Garfield has done noth ing to provoke that political ani mosity which so frequently furnish es an excuse for regicide. "We fail to see bow the murder of the presi dent can serve the ends of any political party. There seemB no doubt the assassin is insane. It will be satisfactory to know the crime is not the outcome of nihilism. "We may be permitted to hope that, with Garfield's excellent ...

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 July 1881

KATKS OF AUVKKT1SI.. Spm. 1 - 1m ("ft tyr IcoI'ihh f$l?Jti 7 ?25 JSS" M $1(4 yT-' ' 7 "m ! k j ia Si ; "y , t.o I lfeeUKit t KltY KKEIUY, M. K. TUKNEll & 00., Proprietors and Publishers. B." j i 1 12; 1.1 1 20 .3 - i a 10 BtHiR? .il prfeiual cards ten line r le pnee. per annum, ten dol lars. LesMl !ulvertiement at statuu rates. Eilitorial Iecrfl notices" fifteen eetit a line earn in-ertion. "Local notice ' live eents a line each inser tion. Advertuments claiiiied a4'Spe fial notice ie rrHt a line first inser tion, three rents a Iihc each subsequent in-erti.H. ISroflW. m lUk "treet., up tair in OKNAL fettlMing. Terms Per vear. 12. Six month's $1. TVree mal. ".. Single coj.ie; . .:. VOL. XIL-NO. 12.. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUIY 20, 1881. WHOLE NO. 384. THE JOURNAL. Iptpal ) w lit yFHS- JHKf tBf Y. ADVERTISEMENTS. IIKNRY LI'EKS, BLACKSMITH AND "Wagon Maker, l8hr Brr rVwndry. onth of 4.. . Krpot. AM Ki M wood simI ire work on 1'afMh. itwgirtt-. Farm .Marfcrnrry. .fc flit! k4i Ik...

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 July 1881

THE JOURNAL. WUDXKSDAY, JULY 20, 11. Lntorvil at the Port-oilier, Columbia, Ncl., a cvcond clu-.& matter. Southern grape3 last week were ou sale in the Chicago market. Vice President Arthur left "Washington City on the 13th for New York. A fire at Lincoln one night laBt week destroyed George Boyor'a slaughter nud packing house. Twenty cases of sun stroke oc curred one da' last week at Cincin nati. Several proved fatal. Ninetv-sevf.n burial permits wero issued in Cincinnati on the 13th inst., the largest number ever known in one day. Great damage resulted to prop erty in Iowa from the terrible rain storm which visited certain por tions of the state last week. It is reported that 60on the U. P. railroad intend to reduce first-class rates from Omaha, Kansas City, St. Joe and Leavenworth to Denver. Some cases of hog cholera are re ported in the Blair Times, Mr. J. Gilbcrsou having lost in a short time by that disease nine large hogs aud fifty-three shoals. From reliable reports it i...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 July 1881

T V v THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, l&l. Comnnmieetlons. to Injure insertion is til Best ioM. -iHMtlti be in hand en Xwmktvs; if lengthy, on Thursdays pree&lR Uuetiar. Advertisements, et whatever rle. should be in baud by noo. TtK-rda ;.. A4ertit mettle mder this head 15 cu. a Hbc first insertion, 10 cU. a line -acfa Sttt.eiUelit insertion. Ice, ice, ice at II. G. Brindley's. J. "V. Early was at Lincoln last weak. Aleehol for sale at P. Hoppen's, (Saloon. The state militia has been or gaBfaed. S. E. Phillips has had erysipelas !u his left hand. If yH vrjint groceries at Omaha price call on Lamb. I fen. Loran Clark of Albion was Ih the city Thursday. J. S. Murdeck leaves a sample mm stalk 12 ft. 7 inches high. A. M. Jennings ntarred for Den ver Monday. Success to him. "W'mi. Lamb has purchased A. ,M. .lenniHgo's dn-eHing-houe. Miss Emma and Louise Bauer are visiting Mis Loeb of Chicago. Friday evening last, a social dance on the platform at Stevens's lake. M. "Welch says $1...

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. — 20 July 1881

OlfieUiii. Human nnturebceiu? to dclijjht to Bit in judgment upon its fellows. It is eHsy to criticise the minister, the church, the school, the world iu general. Of cour9e, we cauuot be intelligent human beings without having definite opinions, but these are sometimes needlessly or harshly expressed. A prominent Christian Raid once to a young convert, "Do you know that people say you are always blowing your own horn?" That in judicious remark nearly sealed the lips, for forty years.of one of Boston's most godly men. D. L. Moody was right when he said, "It don't take brains or heart to find fault." Nothing is easier than to sit in one's parlor and write letters to public journals blaming young women because they will not go out to domestic service. "Would the writers go if they were poor and similarly circumstanced ? "When ladies themselves treat girls in the kitchenas politely as those who sell ribbons and laces, and teach their sons to be courteous likewise, the word "servant-girl...

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 July 1881

katkh op aivi:kyiji;. Space. lie -w lio SntCjolyr , ' Nol'mu I l:UHJ I ?iO X I ftt 1 ftfO I $100 V I s.ooi 11 Kif 2U I 35 I 00 M. K. TUKNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. I K.HO I 0 J Yi j 16 I 20 I 35 4 inches 3.2 7.SQ U 15 S? 3 " I IJ50 J 6.7.1 J 1; I'll IB I 21) 1 " 1.50 12.23 1 4; 5; a; 10 Hunlne: and profcioBal cards ten lin?s or less jace, per annum, ten dol lars. Leral advertisement at statute rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices " five cent a line each inser tion. AdvertNment clarified a "Spe cial notices" live eents u line first inser tion, three cent a line each subsequent insertion. "tSTOlttre, u llta street., upstairs in JURXAL tHiting. Terms lVr vear, $2. Six month)., $1. Three eiith-, 50c. Single regies, 6c. VOL. XII.-N0. 18. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JU1Y 27, 1881. WHOLE NO. 585. THE JOURNAL. fie nplttittoi fmtttpl U- 1 ADVERTISEMENTS. TIKlSTTiY LTERS. BLACKSMITH AND "Wasjon Maker, -imp- ner Foundry, onth of A. ...

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 July 1881

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, .JULY 27, 18S1. Entered at the 1'oeUoflici-, Columbia, Neb- as iccond class matter. Tuuee deaths resulted from a railroad accident at North AdanjB. Miss Mart E. Brooks of Omaha is going to Turkey as a mission teacher. Gen. B. "Weaver spoke at "Waboo on the 19th and at Lincoln the same evening. The army-worm is doing much damage to the crops in various parts of Illinois. Alice Welch, a young lady, was Instantly killed in Chicago last week by lightning. Charles Greller died at Salem Ind., on the night of the 22d, of Asiatic cholera. The claimant for the Spanish throne expelled from France, has gone to England. Fullertox, in Nance county, has succeeded in securing the Weslcyan State University. . Ireland will have a crop of po tatoes that will more than supply the home demand. From July 10th to ICth, inclusive, 414 persons died in Cincinnati from heat and sunstroke. Miss Montague, Forepaugh'e $10,000 beauty, was dangerously ill last week at Galena, III. In 1842 ...

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 July 1881

wmrmssmm. 1 v i IJPtI t' U- i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, ltSJl. t'uiiniunictIon, to lu-urc iiimiUoii in the next is-ouc, tIioiild lie in hand on Mendn; if k-ncthy, on Thurcdajs inocodinr. ihue-dn. Advertisements, of whatever clas, Should be in baud by nwon, Tue-da s. Adxcrtif-eiiHiilf. under tbiB head 15 etc a line first insertion, 10 cU. aline each t-uhECQUeut im-ertion. IJeed is iu Texas, driviuc nice, quiet rain Mouday O.I Etage. A night- Mrs. J. B. Gamp is in very poor health. Alcohol for sale at P. Floppen's Saloon. The machine agony is over for this year. Mrs. V. Kutntner is expected home daily. L. M. Cook returned from the "West last week. (leo. Sweet was niout last ucok. up from Fre- Mis Merrill h visiting with Mrs. Dr. Martyn. "" G. Ueitkcuiper returned from Colorado Sunday. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. If you want a choice article of Michigan cider vinegar call on "Vm. Becker. .Judge (Jeer went to Kearney county the first of the week on legal b...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 July 1881

Written for the Journal. APOSTROPHE TO THE PLATTE RIVER. tflATKUKALLY INSCKIItKll TO J. K. IIIO GINS, KQ. Oh! rushing, mysterious, crystalline river "Winding thro' channels where drooping houghs quiver On'to the eea from mountains forever. Mountains clad in snows uo sunlight can sever. Stop in thy mad career, Ohl swift river flowing "Where valleys and hills their green meadows growing. Upon the white sanas leave a trace of the story That mountain crags hold in their grandeur and glory. And the calm wave aud flow Of the long, long ago Ripples down with a shimm'ring motion, And the silvcrv tide Past the lilies beside Sweeps on to its refuge, the ocean. A low tone if beard trom the gliding waves stealing. The innermost heart of earth forms re vealing; "Vast ages of aeons have (ted since the dawning Thro limitless changes to life's early morning. The creative sun but a spark from the distance Of systems unseen and their forces in- sistence Tuning measures harmonic to morning star's anth...

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 August 1881

iiix-iaiuuamuuuiiinF THE JOURNAL. kates or AUVKK'l'ISirVa. Space. lie -to Into Sw Gin jr lcolMnn S1-.0U ?-" I $- I $" I $W I 1W K Tt y.00 1-i 15f -10 f o.' 00 ii iiJHTl JMJ2 Vj:' I -" I 3f' 4 Inches .Vi" 7.A0 11 14 K 27 a r i 4..'io 'b."t5 ;' lofia isjjio i " i k;o i s-25 1 r r j 8 io Buinen anil iroftIonal curds ten line or lis paoe, per annum, ten dol lars. Leiral advertisements st statute rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line each Insertion. "Local notices live cents a line each Inser tion. Advertlsments classified as "Spe cial notices" live cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. Ii I.SftUlII) KVKKY MBIIXKaDAV, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. jSrOHIce, on 11th street., upstairs in Journal building. Tkrms Per year, 52. Six months, $1. Three month". fc. Single copies, .rc. VOL. XII.-N0. 14. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1881. WHOLE NO. 58G. Sw AQllittllS ioipal ADVERTISEMENTS. HENRY LTJKRS, BLACKSMITH ...

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. — 3 August 1881

THE JODKNAL. WKIXIJAV, AUG. ". 11. Kntt-ml :it llio rohtilioi'. i'1iiimIh .Nil"., :ir -vcoml t:lu matU'r. Small-vox has appeared in Port land Oregon. The camps in Idaho are to be con nected by telephone. Salt Lake's bullion sbipineuts ag gregate $ lo.OOO daily. Tiiisei: hundred and ninety-four deaths in Chicago last week. Cuked meats find a ready market in Colorado, Utah, Idaho and Mon tana. Two more persons at the "White House have been attacked with malaria. Fkom Sunday to Thursday last 3.40S immigrants landed at Castle Garden, New York. Gkizzlv bears have appeared in very large numbers in San Luis Obispo count, Cal. The grasshoppers are doing an immense amount of damage in In dian Valley, Xcvada. Another wave of Chinese immi gration is setting iuto California and occasioning much alarm. A violent shock of earthquake occurred at Agram on the 2Slh ult., and reported from Vienna. Wisconsin's supreme court has decided thnt a contract on wheat margins cannot be enforced. Judoe HoBF.r....

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 August 1881

.J.H.AUJtfJWiSHHl THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, AlGr.-T :'., 15M. 'unmumcalIoni, to lnun insertion in tin- next if-in., should lie in hand on Mimlt; it lenethy, on ThurHlay t.ieceUin.r; ii-ue-day. AdvertNemenU, ot whatever clas, should ho in hand ly noon. TucMlays. AiUt'ititteuiVnti- under this bead 15 ot!-. a line lirst insertion, lOctt-.aliue S?aeli bUliseuuent ini-rtion. Chas. Compton goes to Granger Colo. Alcohol for sale at IVm. Ryan's, on 11th st. ' Mr. Scruple returned from Jules burg last week. Three cars of emigrants passed west Saturday. S. L. Barrett was put under arrest Saturday. A. C Tigner has returned from his wosteru trip. Dr. W. B. Hawkes of Columbus, O., is in the city. tlup. Lockncr came down from Norfolk Monday. Mnitnoy's hotel has rereived a coat of new paint. I). A. Willard is starting a lum ber yard at Genoa. If you want groceries at Omaha prices cull on Lamb. Nemaha county is beginning to complain of dry weather. A new walk in front of the Court I louse looks subst...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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