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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 October 1881

mmmmmmmmmmmm PERFECT TJiUST. My boat is on the open sea, Which storms aud tempest toss; I know not of the ills to meet Ileforc I go across. I do not know how long or short The fitful vovage maybe: But patient I'll abide the time 'VVho built the boat for me. 'Tis fullv manned In everj part, Hope Is the anchor fair; The compass that it has in Faith, And every oar is prayer. Sometimes I see the breakers high, Th" ocean madly roars, Bui all I do Is simply this Bend closer to the oars. At times the waves run mountain nigh, And threaten me to strand; I fear not, for he holds them in The hollow of his hand. The fog at times obscures my course, I see the way but dim: But well I know I cannot drift Beyond the sight of him. I know not where the shoals may lie, Nor where the whirlpools be, It Is enough, dear Lord, to feel That they are known to thee. And thus content I glide along, If either slow or fast. Well knowing he will bring Me safe to port at last. THE JIOTIIfEK. A Letter from Mrs. Gen...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 October 1881

THE JOURNAL. RATES OF AUVEKTISliVG. Space. lib -to lino lim (im yr luol'inn jUMXi $'M yr $33 jUO siob X .UU J 12 J 13 "litfl 35 60 IS I6SUKO EVKKY WEDNESDAY, utu'ua M. K. TURNER & CO., I cm 12 1 ir 2o ; as inulu's 3.25 7.30 j 11 1 H lft ( 27 3 " 4.r0 0.73 JO 1 12 IS 20 1 " 1.30 j 2.23 1 j 6 8 10 Business and professional cards ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. LcVal advertisements at statute rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices" iive cents a line each Inser tion. Advertlsmcnts classified as "Spe cial notices" live cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent insertion. Proprietors and Publishers. VOL. XII.-N0. 25. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1881. WHOLE NO. 597. Mi MitMMS rt 8 N Lk J ! i v i A Pi 27"Oflice, on 11th street., up f-talrs in Journal building. Terms I'er year, ?2. Six months, $1. Three months, f0c. Single copies, 5c. ADVERTISEMENTS. I-IEBTRY LITERS. BLACKSMITH AND "Wagon M...

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. — 19 October 1881

w. imupu-4 ip i nnummmmfs THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1SS1. Kutcred at the I'ost-oflico, Columbus, Ncli., a second cla matter. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Supreme Judge, SAMUEL MAXWELL. For University Resents, L. B. FIKIELD, ISAAC POWERS. Republican County Ticket. For Sheriff, A. J. ARNOLD. For Treasurer, .1. W. EARLY. For Commissioner, II. J. HUDSON. For Surveyor, L. .1. CRAMER. For Superintendent ol Public Instruc tion, E. D.M03CRIEF. For Coroner, S. A. UONESTEEL. Ben F. Bdteeb will not defend Guitean. Of course Iowa and Ohio went republican. New York contributes $35,000 to the sufferers in Michigan. Guiteau was arraigned on Friday last, and plead not guilty. Jno. Dillox has been arrested and lodged in jail with Par n ell. Mrs. Auuaium Likcolk is so ill that she passes most of her time in bed. Senator Bayakd's term of office as president of the U. S. Senate was 6bort. David Davis followed him. Judge Amasa Cobb has been com miBsioned by Gov. Nance to repre sent Nebraska at th...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 October 1881

T I f I I - THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY OCT. 19, 1&1. Communication:-, to lR-itre insertion in the next issue, should be ia hand en Mondays; if lengthy, en Thursdayi preceding issue-day. Advertisement!", ef whatever elaet, should be iu haud by neon, Tuesdays. Advertisement under thin head 15 cts. & line urat insertion, 19 cts. a line eaah subsequent insertion. K. K. K. 25-W-2 Mrs. Seburg is sick. At the Opera House, Oct. 27, 28, 29th. 25-W-2 The Kendalls are coming, ho, ho, ho, ho. 25-W-2 Mrs. Kiltie Bonesteel went east Friday last. Go to Rickly & Hoffman's for choice meata. 25 wl Woi. Tyrrol came in from Den ver Saturday. V. T. Price went to Council Bluffs Monday. A splendid man's suit at $4.50 at Fried ho fSCo's. 25-1 Natts of all kinds at W. H. Wlnterbotham'-J. 25-W-2 A car-load of nails at Ernst, Newman & Co's. We would like to know the ad dress of A. Dresner. If you want groceries at Omaha prioes call on Lamb. Good men can make first-rate wages here husking corn. A s...

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. — 19 October 1881

K)St TICKET. AL1SE11T J. AUNOI.I), The canditltte for Bhoriff, was boru in Stcnbcn Co., X. Y., August 23d, 1S31. lie bad the usual expericuco of American boy ami young men, aud at the age of tweuty-six, follow ing Greeley's advice, came west to grow up witb the country. He has, ever elnce, lived in the west, and has had a little more than the usual varied experience of western men. "We follow him briefly. In June, 1S57, bo first came to Columbus, and has considered this his home ever since. In the spring of 185S he moved here, taking charge of the Cleveland House ( now the Ham mond House) which was then loca ted on the site of "Cleveland" east of G. W. Stevens's place. In 185S he charge of the ferry across the Loup, which was, at that time, a crossing for all of the overland travel going this way to Utah, California and other western points. To show the extent of the work done by the fer rymen it 16 only necessary to refer to the fact that in March, 1859, when they put on a now boat...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 October 1881

KATES OF ADVKKTIS1G. Space. ltc -to lwio 3m Oni yr tcol'mn 41-J.lHi'j so J'Jft fVA ?t;o j $11.0 IS ISsUKU KVK11Y WISDNKaDAY, X I .IJ0 I VI I 1A -jo : 00 M. K. TURNER & CO., I u.oa !) 'i n 'JO I as 27 inehes I .VJT 7.JW ft 14 IS f i " rsopCrfi"; To vf; "is f 20 To Proprietors and Publishers. l .4 t.r.02.25 ! 3! KtHinex ami professional cards ten line or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Leiral advertisements at statute rates. "Kditorial local notices" llfteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices" live cents a line each Inser tion. Atlvertismcntrt classified as "Spe cial notices" live cents a line tlrst Inser tion, three cents a line each Hubsequent insertion. 2TOffice, on 11th street., ui Btairs in Journal building. Terms Per year, $2. Six mouths, $1. 1'uroe months, SOc. Single eoiiIes.Sc. VOL. XII.-NO. 2G. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1881. WHOLE NO. gf THE JOURNAL. W JJ i . i t V I i i Ky 1 4 H- advertisements. HENRY LITERS, BLACKSMITH AND "Wagon. jVCaker9 S...

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. — 26 October 1881

m .j THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. :!0, 18S1. loitered at the Post-oflici', Columbus, Neb., as second clash matter. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Supreme Judge, SAMUEL MAXWELL. For University Regents, L. 1$. F1KIELD, ISAAC POWERS. RepnTjlican County Ticket. For Shoriti, A. J. ARNOLD. For Treasurer, J. W. EARLY. For Commiioner, 11. J. HUDSON. For Survcvor, L. J. CRA31ER. For Superintendent of Public Instruc- tion, E. D.310NCRIEF. For Coroner, S. A. BONESTEEL. Republican Procinct Ticket. Assessor, OUS. G. BECIIER. Constables, JOHN HU1JER, HENRY WOODS. Justire& of the Peace, RYRON MILLET, W.31. CORNELIUS. Road Supervisors, Dist. 1, G. W. WESCOTT, " 11, JOHN E. GODFREY, " !., A. E. CAMPBELL. Judges of Election, Vm. IJURGESS, J. Z. SHOT WELL, HENRY RAG ATZ. Clerks of Election, D.N.MINER. HENRY HOCKENBERGER. A. F. Coon has boeu confirmed as postmaster at David City. "When the cabinet making is done with wo wfll publish results. Senatok Van Wyck's children were buried at Milford, Pennsyl...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 October 1881

V -dp; . THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY OCT. 2u, 1881. Communications, to Insure insertion in tbe next issue, should be in band on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding issue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in band by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this bead 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subseauent insertion. K. K. K. 25-W-2 At the Opera House, Oct. 27, 28, 29th. 25-W-2 John Heitkemper was in Rising Friday. C. C. Carrig was in the city Monday. V. H. Dyer waB in the city Monday. The Kendalls are coming, ho, ho, ho, ho. 25-W-2 Mr. Fred. Zoll is clerking at the Clother House. Wm. Lamb sold 2S0 lbs. of good butter Saturday. Nails of all kinds at W. H. IVinterbotham's. 25-W-2 A car-load of nails at Ernst, Newman & Co's. The Kendalls begin their work to-morrow evening. 1 The Maennerchor had a splen did time at Norfolk. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. Thos. Cain, of Boone county, was in the city last week. Two deaths by di...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 October 1881

SEE U3t TICKK-i'. AL15EKT J. ARNOLD, The caudultttu lor bucrill was born in Steuben Co., N. Y., August 23d, 1SJ1. lie had the usual experience of American boys and young men, aud at the uge of twenty-six, follow ing Greeley's advice, camu west to grow up with tho country, lie has, over since, lived in the west, and has had a little more than the usual varied experience of western men. We follow him briefly. In June, 1S57, ho first came to Columbus, and has considered this his home ever since. Iu the spring of 1S5S he moved here, taking charge of the Clcvclai d House ( now the Ham mond House) which was then loca ted on the 8ite oi "Cleveland" east of G. W. Steveus'a place. In lSiiS he charge of the ferry across the Loup, which was, at that time, a crossing for all ot the overland travel goiiig this way to Utah, California and other western points. To show the extent of the work done by tho fer rymen it is only necessary to refer to the fact that iu March, 1859, when they put on a now...

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. — 2 November 1881

THE JOURNAL. KATES OP AIWEIITISIXG. Space. ho 'lie lmo w Cm Ujr titol'uiii jl-.Mm ?2l $23 ?3.- $(!U J iia ii ' 1 a.uo fa i.'i -i ,v j Jiii IS IsSUKO EV'KKY WKDNKSOAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., O.OOJt t M2 17 -0 I 3ft viij 7at i ii) uj Tv , 27 i. so J G.7." ioi2f i.V "To Proprietors and Publishers. 1..-.0 1 -.'.i'. -: 5 1 a 10 Husino ami professional cards ten lines or Us space, per .minimi, ten dol lars. Lii;.il advertisement at statute rsto. "Editorial local notices" iirteen cents a line each Insertion. "Local notices" live cents a line each Inser tion. Advertisements classified as "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each Kuhseiiuent insertion. ESTOfliee, on lltli street., upstairs in Journal building. Tki:ms lVr year, $2. Six mouths, $1. Throe months,. "stc. Single copies, fie. VOL. XII.-N0. 27. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1881. WHOLE NO. 599. Sit O'uhiiiiiius i in-lit. :i "" I " l I v ) ADVERTISEMENTS. II KTNTRV LITKRS, BLACKSMITH AX...

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. — 2 November 1881

rvoMmiiNB SHHPH ai THE JOURNAL. WEDXEaDAY, NOV. 2, 18sl. Entered at the ro.it-oilico, Columbus, Neb., as ecoud class matter. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Supreme Judj;e, SAMUEL MAXWELL. For University "Regents, L. B. FI FIELD, ISAAC POWERS. Republican County Ticket. For Sheriff, A.J.ARNOLD. For Treasurer, .1. W. EARLY. For Commissioner, H. J. HUDSON. For Surveyor, L. J. CRAMER. For Superintendent ol Public Instruc tion, E. D.MONCRIEF. For Coroner. S. A. BONESTEEL. Republican Precinot Ticket. Assessor, GUS.G. BECIIER. Constables, JOHN HUBER, HENRY WOODS. .Justices of the Peace, HYRON MILLET, W.M. CORNELIUS. Road Supervisors. DM. 1, G. W. WESCOTT, " 11, .JOHN E.GODFREY, " 2T., A. E. CAMPBELL. Judges of Election, Wm. BURGESS. J. '.. SHOTWELL, HENRY RAG AT,. Clerks of Election, D.N.MINER, HENRY HOCICENRERGER. Small-rox has appeared at Dun dee, 111. The IMair Block yards have been completed. Central City has a church for every lJK) inhabitants. A pork-packing house will soon be completed...

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. — 2 November 1881

K o 1 y I i J - .1 K LX h THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY NOV. 2, i&l. OaBCMtttoBs, to Injure insertion im tfce aext b-u, feould be in hand en Mmiar&; if lemetay, b Thursdays, prooedlB ie-dy." Advertisements, f whateVer ela-s, should be is band by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line Srst in-ertioa, 1 cts. & line eaoa eeiuent insertion. B. A: M. TIME TABLE. Leaves Cotombus, CJa. m. " BHwi 7:W " 44 DavM Citv, 7JW " " Garrison, S: " Ulvse, S:1S " Saplfcrst, 9:2S " " Reward, " Rnfcv l:l 44 44 MttfoVd. ls0 Pea-ut Dale, WsM M 44 BtneraM. 11:1S 44 Arrives at LiBoota, . lljBfl M. Leave Lincoln at 12 P. M. and ar rh la CoiiMnbw- 6: r. m. Make- r connection at Lincoln for all point?- ea-t. wel and south. Cooier. Dunces now. Smoke "Cohtmlus Favorites." Go to Mrs. Drake for miMinery. "e hoar of wedding and wed ding. See the Gillette shcap gale or leltfR. w Vote for tbe Republican ticket etr&igbt. Who wiM start bore a whole sale grery. Mr. Carl Kramor went to Kea...

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. — 2 November 1881

OtSI TICKET. AI.ItKKT J. AltNOM), Tho candidate lor sheriH", was born in Steuben Co., 2J. Y., August 23d, 18151. lio hud tho usuul experiouco of American boys and youug men, and at the age of twenty-six, follow ing Greeley's advice, came west to grow up with the country. He has, ever since, lived in the west, and has had a little more than the usual varied experience of western men. "Wo follow him briefly, lu June, 1S57, ho first came to Columbus, and has considered this his home ever since. In the spring of 1S58 he moved here, taking charge of the Cleveland House (uow the Ham mond House) which was then loca ted on the site of "Cleveland" east ol G. Y. Stevens's place. In 1S5S he charge of the ferry across the Loup, which was, at that timc,a crossing for all of the overland travel going this way to Utah, California and other western points. To show the extent of the work done by the fer rymen it is only necessary to refer to the fact that in March, 1859,wheu they put on a now boat, ...

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. — 9 November 1881

-y.T "r S TL THE JOURNAL. KATES OF AlVEKT13iafG. Space. lto iitc lmo 3m Uim yr I'ultimlni'j Iwtpl IS ISSUKU CVEKY WEDNESDAY, lcol'mn $1-'.W $20 ?: f $35 $m) $hk Js 8.00 1 12 1 15 1 20 1 36 8.00 "(Tool CiO 3ft M. K. TORN EH & CO., i 12 15 j 20 Iu-)ips I ".2. l.A H 11 lf i.."jo ; .7.' j m 12 ; i i an Ti.n I 2T2-. I 4 j 5 y 8 To Proprietors and Publishers. I Bu.sine.X'. ami professional cards ten lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Leiral advertisements at statuto rates. "Editorial local 0011063" fifteen cents a line each Insertion. "Local notices" Ave cents a line each Inser tion. Adrertisments classified as "Spe cial notices" live cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent Insertion. -:o:- SSTOffioc, on llth street., upstairs in Journal building. Tkums Pur your, $2. Six months, $1. Tliroc months, r0c. Sinsle copies,. rc. VOL. XII.-N0. 28. COLUMBUS, NEB, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1881. WHOLE NO. 600. " r . Tcy- (I'ln; . I'. r i fp Cs e "tz t Kf is, kl...

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. — 9 November 1881

fUg wrmmmmm m ? THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, 1831. Entered at the Post-ofiico, Columbus, Neb., as second class matter. Eloctioks were held yesterday in twelve states. The police of Lira eric last week were provided with revolvers. Floods have caused enormous damage in Austria and Servia. Wheat brought last week at Helena, Montana, 2 and 1 cents a pound. London and various other places in England had a little stfow one day last week. Snow storms and gales were re ported sweeping over England on the 1st inst. . Titbket is preparing a naval ex pedition to punieh the rebellious Arab tribes. Pbesident Arthur has designated November 24th as day of national thanksgiving. Quite a severe shock of earth- quako was felt tbo othor day at day at j Hillflboro. N. H. Vice Pbesident Davis recently dined with President Arthur at Washington City. Floubikq-mills at Marshall, Mo., worth $15,000 wero destroyed by fire the other day. A vein of coal over five feet thick was recently struck at Mattoon, ...

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. — 9 November 1881

N Wt ..fWV" i "s y ' ,-V 1 ?y v- I i H THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY NOV. 9, 1SS1. Communications, to Insure insertion In the next issue, should be in hand on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding. issue-day. Advertisements, of -whatever class, should be ill hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subsequent insertion. Mud. Nice weather again. llain and 6now Monday. Read Kramer's price-list. 28 Feed the calves a little extra. Sraoko "Columbus Favorites." Go to Mrs. Drake for millinery. Omaha is looking at the whale. Always leads, uever undersold, Kramer. 2S Phil. Cain is out again after his severe illness. The sheep sale Saturday had a fair attendance. A car-load of nails at Ernst, Newman & Co's. Hogs will relish an occasional feed of stone coal. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. Don't forget John "Wiggins's sale to-morrow, Nov. 10th. 2S Thomas Flynn has purchased J. P. Becker's milch cows. Go to...

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. — 9 November 1881

IJ -L ' -- -- , i. - The World'.- Think.-!-.. Tbe individual might and worth of the thinker depends upon quiet and serdnity. The hest thought has been evolved from minds free from cjirking care and the grinding des potism of petty circumstances. Upon individual celebrity depends the might of a nation's literature The world's greatest authors have been enumerated insido of a hundred numbers; the great authors of any one nation can be told upon the fin gers. The names of Shakespeare, Chaucer, Milton, Pope, aud "Words worth represent England's greatness in the field of poetry. In sunny Italy, with her myriad painters, sculptors aud architects, thelitcraturc ofthecountry is confin ed to onljr a few great names Dante, one of tho world's greatest poets, Bocaccio, Petrarch, Michael Angclo, and Raphael the latter ones merely 6onncttccrs. Spain had her Oalderon, Cervantes, and Lope dc Vega, although the latter was only a monstrously prolific triflcr in the world of letters. Little Portugal h...

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. — 16 November 1881

( THE JOURNAL. KITES OP AlVEKTISl?fG. Space. lie 2te Imp 3m 6m lyr 15 1&8CKD KVKIIY WKDX&5DAY, Icel'ma $1:100 2Q jr $33 j 60 1 160 ii a.OOl 12 15 1 -20 1 356U hi ' 0.00 1 .Q l:! To 20 1 35 Inrhe .-.:) T.30 H 14 t: 27 3 " 1.50 j 6.73 1, 10 ; 12; 15 20 1 ' 1.30 f 2.23 J 4? 5j 8 1 10 Business and professional cards ten lines or less apace, per annum, ten dol lars. Legal advertisements at statnta rates. "Editorial local notices' flfteea cents a line each insertion. "Local notices" five cents a line each Inser tion. Advertlsments classified as "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first Inser tion, three cents a line aach subsequent insertion. M. K. TUBNER & CO., Preprietan and Publishers. Sw ftuwwtes ttpl JSTOffice, on 11th street., up stairs in Journal building. Tkrjcs Per year, J2. Six months, SI. Three months, SOc. Single copies, 5c. ADVERTISEMENTS. - - VOL. XII.-N0. 29. COLUMBUS, NEB, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1881. WHOLE NO. 601. If v m u Tk t X HE1STRY LITERS, 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. — 16 November 1881

PWPWP"""-1 i t i i s i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, ISM. Enturcd at the rost-o flier, Columbus, .Neb., as fcccond class matter. XbankKKivinc: lroclniuatiou by the Ircrftleiit. It has lonp been tho pious custom of our people, with the closing of the year, to look back upon the blessings brought to them in the changing course of seasons and re turn solemn thanks t the all-giving Bource from whom they flow. And although at this period when the falling leaf admonishes us that the time of our sacred duty is at hand, our nation still lies in the shadow of the great bcreavt-mentand mourn ing which has filled our hearts, frtill finds us. hopeful expression toward the God before whom we lately bowed in grief and supplication, yet tho countless benefits which have showered upon us during the past twelve mouths call for our fervent gratitude, and make it fitting that we should rejoice with thankfulness that the Lord iu His infinite mercy has signally favored our country and people. Peace w...

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. — 16 November 1881

V Y I r THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY NOV. 1G, ISS1. Communications, to Injure insertion is the next issue, t-bould be in hand on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding issue-day. Advertisements, or whatever class, should be in baud by noon, Tuefdayb. Advertisements under this head 15 els. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subsequent insertion. "Winter has begun in earnest. Venor predicts a mild winter. Read Kramer's price-list. 2S Go to Mrs. Drake for millinery. Always leads, never undersold, Kramer. 28 A car-load of nails at Ernst, Newman & Co's. ,H If 3'ou want groceries at Omaha -prices call on Lamb. Rubber wear was in big demand Friday and Saturday. Go to Wm. Becker for choice Michigan wiuter apples. 27-4 Call at Wm. Becker's and get Borne kraut, the first of the ecasou. Maj. E. M. Schrack returned last week from his extended trip west. Maxwell, alias Williams went east yesterday on the U. T. express. According to the Omaha papers, teams get stuck in the mud in that...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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