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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 December 1881

t 1 V COLORADO. Special Correspondence. One of the moBt noted examples of railroad enterprise is the road over "Marshall Pa6S." between South Arkau6as and Gunnison, by which we pass from the eastern to the western slope of the Rocky Mount ains. This is a trip that every one should take, and yet one that the timid do not enjoy more than once. Up, up, backward and forward, round and around wo go, up, up, until wo are over ten thousand eight hundred feet high, wo are at the "Summit." Backward we turn and look at a pari of the serpentine course wo have travelled, while in front of us wo see the "water tank," only one-half mile distant, but which wo travel four miles to reach. In passing from ono point to another, one each side of the summit, not over seven miles apart, we make an actual circuit by rail of sixteen miles. This will indicate to some extent the zig-zag course traveled. The average grade of the sixteen miles is two hundred and seventeen feet per mile and in some places nearl...

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. — 28 December 1881

THE JOURNAL. IS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. :o: JSTOffice, on 11th street., up stairs In Jodunal building. Tekms rcr year, $2. Six months, $1. Three nionthw,rOc. Single copies, fie. ADVERTISEMENTS. HENRY LTJERS, RATES OP AVVEKTISIIYG. fmtpat A. Space. ltg 2tg Imp 3w Cm yr lcol'mn $rj.0 j $-J0 $-t $35 jw jTioO j I S.UU 12 1 15 JO 35 1 60 K I inchoi V25 7.A0 11 14 l&l 17 1.50 6.75 10 12 15 I 20 I t.30 j 2.25 1 A 1 3 J 8 10 Business and professional cards tea lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Legal advertisements at statute rates. "Kdltorlal local notices' flfteea cents a line eacb insertion. "Local notices" five cents a line each Inser tion. Advertlsments classified as "Spe cial notices' five cents a line first laser, tlon, three cents a line each subsequent Insertion. VOL. XII.-N0. 35. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEE 28, 1881. WHOLE NO. 607. Stw (IijUuhIuis t N BLACKSMITH AND "Wagon jVXaker, Shops near Founilrr, sout...

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. — 28 December 1881

I - I v i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 18S1. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second cl:ihs matter. Eight cases of small-pox were re ported last week Id East St- Louis. Both houses of congress adjourn ed on the 21st inoU, until January 5th. It is stated that the number of deaths, by the King Theater firo at Vienna, is 794. The number of deaths from small pox last week in Chicago amounted to twenty-five. Geo. B. Adams of Lincoln has been appointed post-trader at Fort Missioula, Montana. Timothv O. Howe, of Wisconsin, was promptly confirmed by the sen ate as Postmaster General. TiiiNTrr Methodist Church, at Oil City, Pa., was burned last week. The loss will reach $12,000. Judge "W. A. "Welch, a prominent citizen of Newman, Ga., suicided the other night by banging himself. England was visited by severe galeB laBt week, which did consider able damage to trees and houses. Ik the senate on the 20th inst., the woman suffrage resolution was dis cussed and informally laid a...

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. — 28 December 1881

$ rr- ! . T l THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY DEC. 23, 1881. Communications, to linure insertion iu the next issue, should be In hand on Mondavg; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding ie&ue-dav. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in baud by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under thin head 15 cts. a line first Insertion, 10 cts. a line each subsequent insertion. Horse blankets $1 at Kramer's. Overcoats only $2.25 at Kra mer's. "Wanted. A girl, at the Nebraska House. 33-tf J. Z. Sbotwoll returned home Saturday. Dr. Bonesteel was able to be out riding Saturday. Now is the time for formation of good resolutions. If j'ou want groceries at Omaha prices call ou Lamb. Mr. L. P. Judd of Albion, was in the city last week. J. B. Dcleman & Co. are selling goodn al Omaha prices. Money to loan on short or long time at Becher & Price's. 33-3 W. T. Calloway of Butler coun ty was in the city Friday. Hon. Loran Clark of Albion, re turned from Ohio last week. The best assortment of furs at the...

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. — 28 December 1881

m ti ! I I i AITLK FIFTEEN' YEAKS. Tlio Rebel That Gave a Yanlioo a Blanket "Ye?, they had a hard time of it there," says a short, sallow, keen eyed man, glancing over the illus trated newspaper, which contains an engraving of Mr. Augustus Van Cleefs fine monument lo the "un known dead" at Salisbury, N. (J. "I guess I ought to know something of what the southern prisons were like during the war, for I had five months of it in Andersonville my self." In a Pennsylvania train, among men of whom not a few have taken part iu tho great struggle them selves, and who have each and all had at least ono relative engaged iu it, such an announcement is quite sufficient to command general at tention. "No I did you, though?" "S'poso you tell us tho story, Mib ter; there's time enough 'fore New York, I reckon." "All right, if you care to hear at. You see, when I first came over from Eugland the war was just about be ginning; and as there didn't seem to be anything for me to do I thought I'd better...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 December 1881

V 1f...,.-:;B?"l: LAtALLtS' ;"' cj" 9aiSWci.EVEI.AND p "j; V pE0RIA4 cocapo.twayne I lv5 A, j, Decatur jl . 5 SPUING FIELD U V. K Iff S )H l7IXDJANAI0LIS 'MI 0 LT R I L ALTON l S;35Sj7T.LOUIS jJ JHul.Mr.NVn JL U- UjTT'..Clitago. 111. V , L -ZE MICHIGAN Hi , ,4BB "AClNEMif.urJI $ 0z0m BUFFALO dubuqueVo SUVf mSTm jSW V AL cFrccport WYW DETROIT (3 SMi? ' " V jV 1&A.JP OIF WATER ROUTES From the Erie Canal to the Mississippi River, Including the PROPOSED HENNEPIN CANAL, Also, showing its terminus near the extensive GOVERNMENT ARMORY AND ARSENAL on Rock Island, with the ten square miles around it that now contain a population of 50,000. This Canal -nlll form the connecting link between the Mississippi and the Lakes. It Is sixty-five miles In length, and will cost $3,899,723, according to estimate made by the War Department In 1870. It will be the grandest national work ever undertaken in the interest of cheap transportation. The seven Northwestern States, whoec commerce it will cheape...

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 January 1882

MATES OFADVEKTWLUG. O'ltlumlni4) Space. lut te lmo 3m 6m hjr tcol'mn ?12.M I 20 $25 3o 1 $60 $100 H " 3.00 12 15 20 3; BO IS ISSUKD KVKIIY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., X ,;,,,ojlll t2 1 tr j -20 1 :t5 31-25 TaO 11 lTI3 " '27 int'hi'x "I 3 " 4.50 j 0.73 HI 12 13 20 1 " 1-M) 2723 1 4 5 j 3 j 10 Business and professional cards ten lines or less spnee, per annum, ten dol lars. Legal advertisements at statute rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line eacb insertion. " Local notices" five cents a line eacb inser tion. Advcrtismeuts classified as "Spe cial notices" five cents a line first inser tion, three ceuts a line each subsequent iusertion. Proprietors and Pabliaher. JSTOffice, on 11th street., up stairs in Journal building. Tkksu Per year, $2. Six months, $1. rbrceinontba.aOc. Single copies, 5c. VOL. XII.--N0. 86. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 4, 1882. WHOLE NO. 608. THE JOURNAL. iwntpl m ADVERTISEMENTS . HENRY LITERS, BLACKSMITH AND Wagon Maker, Klioira nrar F...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 January 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4, 1SS2. Eutered at the Pofit-offico, Columbus. Neb., as second clans matter. The Canadian Parliament meets asrain Feb. 9tb. Only three suicides in Chicago on the 26th alt The Chinese Minister and suite arrived at Washington last week. Thirty-seven towns and villages in Illinois are afflicted with small pox. Three deaths from emall-pox were reported in Jersey City last week. Another plot was discovered last week for the assassination of the Czar. The medical billB for attending President Garfield will amount to $30,000. Edward Harrison, an Irishman, died in New York city last week, aged 104 years. It io claimed that building opera tions in Chicago the past year have coBt $11,550,000. It is stated that Japan intends to remodel her commercial relations with Europe and America. A sleet storm at Albany, N. Y., the other day, broke down the tele phone and electric light wires. Mrs. Cruz, living at Florence, Los Angeles county, Cal., gave birth the other day t...

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 January 1882

1 X 1 I y THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JAN. 4, 1Sc2. Communication, to Insure insertion in the next issue, houli lc in hand on Mondajs; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding ibsue-day." Advertisements, of whatever elas, should be in hand by noun, Tue.-da s. Advertisements under this head 15 eta. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subsequent insertion. Ublig, leading stove dealer. Wantku. A girl, at the Nebraska House. 33-tf Snow at Norfolk yesterday II. L. Hossiter was in town Monday. At Kock Isknd, 111., we notice hay is $17 a ton. Bring in your live poultry to Rausdcll & Reid. 1 Full particulars uext week of the trials pending. If you want groceries at Omaha prices call on Lamb. J. 15. Delsman & Co. are selling goods at Omaha prices. "Will. Compton of Grand Island spent his holiday?, here. Mrs. J. E. Moncrief is visiting her old homo in Illinois. "VV. M. Cornelius, Esq., made a trip to Omaha last week. Nebraska hay is being shipped as far east as New Jersey. Guns, revolver...

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. — 4 January 1882

Shall Women Vo e? This question is agitating the minds of the people of Nebraska, and the press throughout the State are taking their stand pro and con -land arguing the' same with zeal and J enthusiasm. We place ourselves on record with those who say 'let wo men vote.' Our reasons are easily given. We would allow women the right of .franchise because they are rational, responsible bcings,endowed with reason and judgement, and as a rule with higher moral and spir itual sentiments than the sterner 6X. Our government is founded upon . the 'self-evident truth' that all are ; equal before the law and before God, and that 'taxation without rep resentation is unjuBt.' Women are large property owners in this coun try, and yet they have no voice in saying how and for what purpose their property shall be taxed. They are the subjects of the laws of the land, equally with roan, and yet have no voice in framing them. What is our boasted government that 'derives its just powers from the consent ...

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 January 1882

THE JOURNAL. BATES OP AliVEKTISirVG. Space. Ire 2w lmo 3m Cm lyr Icol'nui H-2.PQ jJO $2T 1 $33 Ui ifjluO H ' I S-'y'O 1 11 1 15 SO I & 00 K ' I 'i-00 0 1 12 j 15 20 1 38 hu-lios .VJ5 ( 7.S0 j It 14 lfi 27 3 ' 4..r0jG.75 10 1 12 IB 20 1 1.50 1 2.25 1 5 j 8 j 10 Milumliui il J I- SVKItY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors aad Publishers. Business and professional cards tea lines or less space, per annum, ten dol lars. Leiral advertisements at statute rates. ''EditoriaJ local notices" fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices " live cents a line each Inser tion. Advert'smcuts classified as "Spe cial notices'' live cents a line lirst Inser tion, three cents a lino each subsequent insertion. -:o:- ESETOflicc, on 11th direct., upstairs in Jouknal. buildiii. Tkums I'er year, $2. Six montiih.?l. I'liree inontlis,r.oc. Single copies, 5e. YOL. XII.-N0. 37. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1882. WHOLE NO.. 609. fw Qttpi f: r i : s Y r- ADVERTISEMENTS. IIENHY XAJI...

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. — 11 January 1882

V y THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4, 18S2. Entered at the Post-offici, Columbus. Neb., as second class matter. The public debt wan decreased during December, $12,793,623. J. E. Boyd of Omaha baa paid out over 1800,000 for hogs this season. The U. S. district court wil) hold its next term in Lincoln commenc ing to-day. A fibe in a livery stable in Phila delphia the other day killed twenty four horses. The Yanderbilt homestead, on Beaten Island burned on the morn ing of the 3d. It is stated that the witness fees in the Guiteau trial will amount to nearly $7,000. The Nebraska State Medical so ciety will hold its next meeting at Hastings in May. Vine street opera house and va riety theatre, Cincinnati, was partly burned on the 4tb. The U. S. internal revenue collec tions in Nebraska for the year 1881 amount to $966,141.65. Bbave Bear, a member of Sitting Bull's band, has been found guilty of murder and will be hung. The Union Pacific shops in Omaha during the year have paid out for labor...

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 January 1882

K- .1 - 1 h THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JAN. 11, 1&2. Communications, to Injure insertion in the next issue, lumhi lie in hand on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thurdaytt preceding iesuc-dax." Advertisements, of whatever ela., should be in hand by noon. Tuesdays. Advertisements under tbib head 15 cts. a line lir.-a insertion, 10 cts. U Hue each subsequent insertion. Prof. Parsons is iu Iowa on a visit. Several interesting local items crowded over. Carl Wermnth h engaged with Ochlricli 15roa. V. T. Price returned from Col orado Friday la&t. J. Ii. Camp is measuring hay at Lost Creek for Judaic Geer. If you want a choice article of Michigan cider vinegar call on "Win. Decker. A protracted meeting is in pro gress, this week, at the Presbyteiiau church. fJo to the UMou Shoe Store for vour hoots and shoes, opposite the post -office. 37-2 A crank in North Bend finds fault with the tvt-ather in Nebraska this winter. Uermau Wilken expects soon to receive a large atitn of back-pension money. New...

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 January 1882

dSAIlFIEI.I-- American' Hero or Humanity. Wokcesteu, Mass., December 30. Senator Hoar to-night delivered a eulogy ou Garfield. De said: I ebould indulge myself in strange delusions if I hoped to say anything of President Garfield which ia not already well known to his country, or to add further honor to a name which the judgement of the world, with marvellous unanimity, has al ready assigned its place. Public sorrow and love have found utter ance if not inadequate regret such as speech and silence and funeral rite and stately procession, and pray ers and tears could give. On the 2Cth day of September, the day of the funeral, a common feeling stir red mankind as never before in hist- , ory. That mysterious law by wbich on a great audience every emotion is multiplied in each heart.by sympa thy with every other, laid its spell ' on universal humanity, the toucbof which makes the whole world kin. All barriers of rank or poverty or state disappear. His own Ohio, the state of his birth an...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 January 1882

THE JOURNAL. HATES OP AlTF.atTISUHK. Space. lto 2to Into 3m 6w lyr lcol'mn $12.0 1 $20 Si $3fi $60 $100 K " I i'.w 12 1 1ft 2 35 1 60 yj tf.()0 0 12 1 15 1 20 1 35 inch.'! '.25 7.S0 11 14 15 27 3 1.50 6.75 10 12 IS 20 1 1.50 1 2.25 1 i 5j 8j 10 Oulttinlm) IS ISSUED KVKKY VEDSKSDAV, M. K. TOBNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. Business and professional cards ten lines or leas spare, per annum, ten dol lars. Legal advertisements at statute rates. "Editorial local notlcer." flfteea cents a line each Insertion. " Local notices" five cents a line each inser tion. Advertisments classified aa "Spe cial notices" live cents a line first Inser tion, three ceuts a line each subsequent Insertion. -:o:- SSTOfltec, on 11th street., up stairs In Journal building. Terms I'c r year, $2. Six montbH, ft. Three month, 50c. Single copies, 5c. VOL. XII.-N0. 38. C0LDMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1882. WHOLE NO. 610. fto pupal Il i 1 u 4 Si ADVERTISEMENTS. HENRY LITERS, BLACKSMITH AND "Wagon jV...

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 January 1882

I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. IS 18S2. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., a second class matter. Samuel Piercy, the actor, died the other day in Boston of small pox. Cheaper telegraph facilities are being demanded by English mer chants. The Council Bluffs Nonpareil says that Jay Gould now travels with a body-guard. Patti's three concerts in Chicago, realized $28,000, her matinee alone produced 111,000. Shebiff sales and writ servers are protected now In Ireland by large forces of the military. The secretary of the treasury on the 12th issued the 107th call for $20,000,000 of continued 6s. Justice Gbay was sworn on the 9th, and took his seat on the bench in the Supreme Court of the United Stales. Foub deaths and twelve new cases of small pax were reported at the Health office in Chicago one day last week. Southern Republicans are very anxious to hae the President re tain Secretary Hunt, of tho Navy, in that position. It is announced that the late treas urer of Frauklin coun...

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 January 1882

V r !K 1 r I L M . h Kn.t "V r THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY J AX. 18, 1832. Communications, to Insure insertion lu the next issue, should he in hand on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding issue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be iu hand by noon, Tuesdays. Adertiemenis under this head 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 eta. a line each subseauent insertion Ice men busy, also skaters. "W. H. Lawrence has gone to Denver. Jos. Krause came down from Albion Saturday. John Horst and family have re moved to MadiBon. J. C. Petersen got back last week from his eastern visit. Maj. Frank North went to North Platte Saturday evening. Mrs. Ryan, of Elkhorn valley, is visiting this week at Mrs. Bailey's. Juo. Smith of Hillsdale, Mich., arrived in the city the first of the week. Miss Louise Bauer starts east this week to sojouru during the winter. If you want a choice article of Michigan cider vinegar call on Win. Becker. A wonderful discovery Ken dall's Spavin Cure. Read adver tise...

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 January 1882

E.otc and WAght. .1. G. Wbittier pays: "I hold tbat Christian grace abounds, Where charity is seen; that when We climb to heaven, 'tis on the rounds Of love to men. 'Tis not the wide phylactory, Nor stubborn fast; or stated prayers, That makes us saints; we judge the tree By what it bears." Our behavior, our daily actB and deeds, much more than our words, are continually revealing to all around us, what wc are. And we ought to practice more love and charity towards onr fellow mortals than we do, rather than talk so much about iL Christ tells us to let our light shine, and if it does, we will not need to tell anybody that it does, tor the light will be its own witness. Lighthouses don't ring bells and fire cannons to call attention to their shining, but just shine; and there ere no lives so humble and lowly, if they are obedient to God,. but that they can and will ebine with brilliancy. And though most of their triends may, like their shadows, only cling to them while the sun shines,...

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 January 1882

THE JOURNAL. IS ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TUENER & CO., Proprietors and Publiiheri. KATES OP AliYEKTIMIZVG. V Space. Iw 'Jto ltao Svi Gm lyr IcoPnin j jtlOii $:0 ?: V& $60 ' ?H0 4 " 1 S.C'J 12 1.1 '10 35 60 Yx ' j i;.T0 ! I 12 1 15 1M) J 35 tnehu; 5.25 7..M) 11 1-1 1.' 27 :r I 1.50 I K.Tf. j 10 12 15 20 " l.oO 2.25 4 5 8 J 10 Business and professional cards ten lilies or less sp.ice, per annum, ten dol lars. Leral advertisements at statute rates. "Editorial local notices" fifteen cents a line each insertion. "Local notices" five cents a line etch Inser tion. AdvcrtUments classified as "Spe cial notices" hve cents a line first inser tion, three cents a line each subsequent iusertion. -:o:- VOL. XII.-N0. 39. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1882. WHOLE NO. 611. fit I Oulumlius pl I ft i h r i' i fgyofflce, on lltb street., up stairs in Journal building. Terms Per year, $2. Six months, $1. Three months, 50c. Single copies, fie. ADVERTISEMENTS. HENRY LTJERS, 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. — 25 January 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 18i2. Entered at the rost-office, Columbus, Neb as second class matter. Electricity will light up Free port, 111., in the future. Five deaths from small-pox and six new cases reported one day last week in Chicago. During the month of December, 1881, there, arrived in this country 37,037 immigrants. Bonds redeemed to the 22d inst., nnder the 105tb call, $18,920,500; 106th call, $10,757,700. Last week a large number of fail ures of business men throughout the country were reported. The Big Black river in Louisiana - and Tombigbee river in Mississippi were on a big rise last week. The report of the treasurer of the State Board of Agriculture shows the society in debt over $6,000. At Lincoln on the 21st, Arndt, who threatened the life of Judge Dundy, was found guilty by the jury. The members of the Virginia leg islature are talking of abandoning Richmond on account of the small pox scare. Mr. Willets has introduced a bill in the house to malce the wife a...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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