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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 June 1882

A. i v i r i- k i " THE JOURNAL. WEDNfc.;-DAY JUNE 14, 1st. c mmunicatlons, to Insure insertion ;n the next issue, should be in hand on Mondays; if lenirthy, on Thursdays prece.au: r issue-dayl Advertisements, of wnctever class, should be in hand by noon. Tuesday. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line nrst insertion, 10 cts. a line each subseauent insertion. A fine rain Thursday night. Another soaking rain Friday night. See Mis Eusden's Notice to Ladies. 7 2 Ed. North was down from Madion last week. Golden Millet and seed at Ras museen's. 6 2 A bountiful crop of small grains is now assured. A new crossing has been laid across 13th on X street. Corn cultivating machinery is in good demand just now. Boex. On "Wednesday, June 7, to Mrs. Dr. Thurston, a son. Fourth uf Jvhj goods at E. D. Fitzpatrick-, opp post-office- 6-3 ''Farmers are like fowls. Neither will get full crops without industry." "Wm. Delsman, of "Wisconsin, is visitiEg his brother, J. B. Delsman, of this city. J. ...

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. — 14 June 1882

THE JOURNAL. WFDXEr DAY, .JUXE 14, ISSi Eitcrei at ikj Pe:tcE:, Cdsatr:. Net., as iiwad eliM ratter. TWO LITTLE BIRDS. Two little birds aye linger round tny dwelling. One called "I-have" is over tame and cherry. Amid the trees' green palaces still tolling A simple tile of which I would not wenry. Ule is so happy when I-have" is sinjrinjr Sweeter than perfume, and as pure as pray ing. And full of melodies. like those upspringing From bands of children in the wild woods Maying. Another bird, with many a brilliant feather. Flits with a mocking splendor through my garden. I hear him singing in all kinds of weather. Sharp little longing notes that chill and harden. His name 0-had-I"; and whene'er I hoar him Cold discontent and cogcrwishoa seize me: I chase him far and wide, yet ne'er come near him: lie lures me only to deceive and tease me. Year after year this bird of sad temptation Wins me and wearies me, awake or sleep ing: "O had I beauty 1 gold I or fame I or sta tion!" "VTild lurin...

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. — 21 June 1882

THE JOURNAL. I&SUKD EVERY WKDNKSDAY, !M. K. TUENEE & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. KATKM OF AnvKicri.KirvG. 33TBasices3 and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. GTFor time advertisements, apply at this oilice. QTLegal advertisements at statute rates. ISTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. X23 All advertisements payable monthly. T3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. TKRJI: Per year ... six months Three months single copies 1 OO SO VOL. XIIL-NO. 8. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1882. WHOLE NO. 682. mm J W r I. 4 i CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. C. H. VaxUyck IT. S. senator. Neb raska Otv . Alvin sAONnERS,U.s. senator. Omaha. K. lv. Valkstisk, Itep.. West r.iiui. T. .1. Majors. Contiii-jeiit Rep., Peru. STATE DIRECTORY: Ai.mnus Nance, Uoveruor. Lincoln. -.. .1. Alexander, Secretary of State. John Wallieh-., Auditor, Lincoln. G. l. iiirtlett, Trea-urer, Lincoln. C. A. Oilvvorlh, .vttorney-Ceneral. W. W. V. Jone...

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. — 21 June 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1882. Entred at the Tost-office, Columbus, Neb., as second class mutter. The wheat harvest in Texts was progressing last week. Lincoln has eleven church build ings and thirteen organizations. Thebe are about one hundred aspi rants for Congress in Virginia. Hibam O'PauIj has been nominated for post-master at Fremont, Neb. At Vereicz, Hungary, forty-four lives were lost during a recent flood. An electric light and power com pany has been incorporated at Omaha. A woman in Virginia a few weeks since buried her thirteenth husband. Bv a recent law of congress, Iowa is to be divided into judicial districts. U. S. Gbant, Jr., is about to estab lish a stock farm at Deer Park, Long Island. It is reported the army worm is destroying the barley fields in Ohio and Kentucky. Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her daughter are to spend the sum mer in Europe. More than half of the newspapers in the world are printed in the En glish language. James G. Blaine haB been el...

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. — 21 June 1882

TTTTT TOTTTiVAL uchBlaserwas in town Monday I One-half rates will be charged I on his way to work on the county I by the A'& X. on the 3d and 4th of WEDNESDAY JUNE 2L lSi2. Communications, to Insure insertion in the next l-sue. should be in band on .Mondays: if lengthy, on Thursdays prececlnr isue-dayl Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 eta. a line first insertion. 10 cts. a line eachj-ubseauent insertion- The cool weather still continues. See Miss Eusden's Xotice to Ladies. 7 2 A case of small-pox is reported at Kearney. Potatoe- are celling at $3 a bu-hel in eastern Ohio. A good -$S5 safe for sale, for $C0. Call at the Foondry. m S-tf. Call at Ernst, Schwarz fc Co's for a good carpet stretcher. Mrs. D. Anderson went to Omaha Saturday for Medical treatment. Rev. Gray will preach next Sun day evening to the young people. Mr. Jno. Steele is up from below, shaking hands with his friends. Fourth yt Jvltj goods a...

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. — 21 June 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, .1UXK 21, 1S2. Ssicrei si :Uk atts:. tho P:r.:S:s, C:iEa":a. Mel.. m -esaai r REST. Tho following: lines by the lato Henry .W. kmrfcllow on tho death of Bavard Taylor, ad at the memorial meeting in Boston, Jan iry )0, 163. need little chango to make taem pcubarly appropriate at this time: Dead ho lay among his books; The peace of God was in his looks. As the statues in the uloom Watch o'er Maximilian's tomb. So these volumes from their shelve Watch him silent as themselves. Ah! his hand will never more Turn their storied pages o er! Never more his lips repeat Bonps of theirs, however eweetl Let the lireless body rest He is j-ono who was itsrucst; Gone as travelers haste to leave An inn, nor tarry until eve. Traveler! in what realms afar, Iu what planet, in what star. In what vast aerial space. Shines the light upon thy face? In what gardens of delight Best thy weary feet to-night? I'oetl thou whose latest verso Was a garland on thy hearse. Thou hast unsr with...

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 June 1882

RATKJi OF A!V-KK'riST-G. $mm ISTBusiness and professional cards of five Hues or less, per annum, five dollars. E2? For time advertisements, apply at this office. JSTLegal advertisements at statute rates. iSTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. 37 All advertisements payable monthly. V 13" OFFICE Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Per rear OO Six month; Three mouths Single copies OS VOL. XIII.-N0. 9. C0L0MBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1882. WHOLE NO. 683. THE JOTJKtf AL. ISSUKI EVKKY i;i)NKSAV, M. Iv. TURNER cSo CO., Proprietors and Publishers. lit iilmbis 1 ! tr- a is T I ! .-! I i J CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. C. II. VvsUyck, I'. S. Senator, Neb raska C'iiv . . Ai.VlN SALXfcKK-S, U.S. Senator. Oniuba. ' K. Iv. Valen iixk, iiep.. West I'oini. T. .1. Ma.ioks, Contingent Uep., Peru. STATK DIUECTOin : Ai.binus Nancu, Governor, Lincoln. ..l. Alexander, Secretary or State. John Wallieh", Auditor, Lincoln. (J. M. lUrtlett. freu-urer. Lincoln. CI. lilvtirtli, ...

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 June 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2S, 18b2. En'ercd at the Post-office, Columbus, Nob., as second class matter. The peach crop in Pawnee county, Nab., promises to be immense. Mrs. Ole Bull is engaged in writ ing a memoir of her late husband. Dubuque has subscribed $2,000 for the relief of the Grinnell sufferers. A Japanese lady has recently graduated with honor from Vassar. "That's what beats me," remarked a boy as he passed a pile of shingles. The democrats of Tennessee have ominated Geo. "W. Bates for gov ernor. Isaiah Lightneb has been confirm ed as Indian agent at Santee Agency, Nebraska. Maj. A. It. Anderson-, of Council Bluffs, waB nominated the other day for congress. Emanuel Schulty, of Ohio, has been renominated for congrcsB in the third district. Major Geo. TV. Steeley, of Indi ana, has been renominated as a can didate for congress. The wheat crop in east Tennessee is reported very good, and about all harvested last week. The Democrats re-nominated Gen. Ben. Lefevre for congres...

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 June 1882

f hi 11 I r - -'ir vk THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 28, 1&2. Communications, to Insure insertion in the next issue, should be in hand on 3Iondavs; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding issue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subaeuuent insertion. Fourth next Tuesday. The soil is moist and warm. a. Another heavy rain Thursday morning. Next Friday is the time set for hanging of Guiteau. E. Weinschenck left Tuesday night for North Platte. Call at Ernst, Schwarz & Co's for a good carpet Btretcher. Carl Kramer is expected home Thursday of this week. Considerable baled hay is being shipped from this point, weBt. These are vacation days for teach ers and scholars of the city schools. Fourth of July goods at E. D. Fitzpat rick's, opp. post-office. 6-3 Miss Sarah Fitzpatrick's school in District No. 1 closed Friday. A surprise party was given Miss Eva Amburger Frid...

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 June 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, Jt'NE , IS?:!. Isiewi st tie Pcr-sEes, C:lziu. Hal., as :ec:ad eli matter. THE DAY IS DONE. JSie day is done, and tbe darkness Falls from the wings of Night, As a feather is wafted downward From an eagle in his llight. I see the lights of the village Gleam through the rain and the mist, And a feeling of sadness comes o'er um That my soul cannot resist: A feeling of sadness and longing', That is not akin to pain. And resembles sorrow only As tbe mist resembles the rain. Come, read to me some poem. Some simple and heartfelt lay. That shall soothe this restless feeling, And banish the thoughts of day. Not from the grand old masters. Not from the bunis sublime, 'Whose distant footsteps echo Through the corridors of Time: For, like strains of martial music. Their mighty thoughts suggest Life's endless toll and endeavor; And to-night I long for rest. Head from some humbler poet. Whose song gushed from his heart, As showers fmm the clouds of sunuMt Or tears from 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. — 5 July 1882

KAXKM OF AWTERTI1S6- THE JOURNAL. ISSUKl) EVEIIY WKON'KSIIAY, M. K. TURISISR cSg CO.; Proprietors and Publisher. iSTBminesa and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. J? For time Hdvertisements. apply' at this office. iSTLegal advertisement at statute rates. jSTPor transient advertising, see rates on third page. S53 All advertisements payable monttfly. mwm 3ST OFFICE Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Teryear Six months 1 OO Three mouths SO Single copies OS COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY JULY 5, 1882. VOL. XIIL-NO. 10. WHOLE NO. 684. ilw .4 - u n , CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. C. II. V.vnWyck, U. S. Senator, Neb raska Citj . ALVlx SAUNDKitS, U. 3.Senator,Omaha. E. 1C. V Ai.i:XTtSKt Hep.. West Point. T. .1. Ma.ious, Continent Rep., Teru. STATE DIRECTORY: Ai.bixim NaXCK, (loveruor, Lincoln. S.J. Alexander, Secretary or State. John Walliclia, Auditor, Lincoln. G. M. U-irtlett, Treaaurer, Lincoln. 5.'. .1. Dilworth, Attorney-General. W. V. V..Iones, ...

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. — 5 July 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY .", 1S2. Enercd at the Post-ollicc, Columbus, Neb., a second class matter. Waterloo last week had a $3,500 fire. The Maine democrats have re-uom-inated Gov. Plaieted. Miss Dott is the lady who man ages the Oakdale creamery. Nebraska City shipped 3,000 pounds of cherries in one day. Lightning killed a $30 hog for "Wesley Shafer, of Colfax county. O. T. Hall, secretary of the C B: & Q., died in Chicago, Monday, 26th alt. A turtle caught at Hebron the other day had the date 1784 carved in the shell. Eight thousand dollars was paid for land at the Niobrara land office in two days. D. C. Brooks and wife go to Europe. They will sail from Philadelphia on the Sth inst. "Wm. Love and A. D. Miller were killed by lightning the other day at Osceola, Iowa. It is stated that one hundred and fifty families have located in Pierce county since June 1st. A bill passed the senate the other day giving Gen. Custer's widow a pension of $50 a month. Eight hundred acres of ...

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. — 5 July 1882

k H I A l? L.-LV chi 2 Pu F As i I i i U if THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JULY.',, 1882. Communications, to Insure insertion in the next issue, should be in hand on Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding issue-dsy. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in hand bv noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this bead IB cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subsequent insertion. The weather hereabouts is cer tainly seasonable. A. J. McKelvey, of St. Edwards, waa down to the Fair. Miss Rose North leaves to-day for a trip to Colorado. Call at Ernst, Schwarz & Co's for a good carpet stretcher. Herbert Hood, of Schuyler was in the city Monday on business. Mr. Mouday, an attorney of Nance count, was in the city Saturday. The telegraph operator at the U. P. depot is kept busy these days. Mr. Lamb has made some changes in the inside arrangements of his grocery. The M. E. Social will be held at the Lindell House this (Wednesday) evening. M. Kuulzemaun has repainted his dwelling,...

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. — 5 July 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY :., 1SS2. Xr.trcl at til ParEce, Cslaafca, Kab.. u :iMad else setter. LONGFELLOW. la MesMrlasm. A shadow resting on familiar places; A sense of loss in bands that clasp and part; A tender sorrow touching all men's faces; A dear possession missed in home and heart This word was flashed along the mystic wires From coast to coast, and under mighty sea. Our pout's gone." 'Twaa told by household tire. And. requiem-like, was boras on very breeze. The seer whose pure and consecrated vlsloa Shed golden hnlo o'er our common days Has pasted beyond our ken to realms of Sly ian. Has found the clew to life's entangled maze Here, dwelling higher than the souls around him. Time swept his harp and sweetened every string; In that far country now his peers have found him. The tuneful few whose songs the agesstng- The grand old bard, whose sightless eyes, up lifted. Discerned the gods, and read their hate or lore. Who caught the splendor when the clouds wtre rifted. Aud da...

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. — 12 July 1882

,v &A - V 1 ? t THE JOURNAL. IbMKIl r.VKUY Vi:i)NKhlAY, L. lv. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. &T OFFICE, Eleventh St., vj) ? fairs in .Journal Building. T Kit ms: Per year . . Six month Three months Single eople- .34 OO . 1 OO SO CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. C. H. VasWyck, IT. . Senator, Xeb jaskn ('ill . Alvin rAiM)Kits. IT.b. Senator. Omaha. K. K. v'ai.i: , ii.vk, Ui'i'- W-t l'int. T. .1. .Majors, Contingent Hep., Peru. STATK I)li:KC'TOI:Y: Ai.iii.sus X anck, '.iovernor, i.tm-oln. i..l. Alexander, Mccreturj of State. John Wallich, Aiulitor, Lincoln. ;.M. Kartb-lt. rre-murer. Lincoln. "..l. Pilwoilh, .Vttrnev-(!iMicral. WWW W -lone-, Siipi.l'ulilif In...ruc. C.J. Xb-, Warden oi Penileiitiarv. mV i'V'5 ' I ITion lM,p..ci.rH. ( . II. (ioillit, ' .!.. farter, !'riou IMiy xician. 11. 1. .M at he won,Sujt. Insane Asylum. .IllDU'lAltY: Ceor-e I! I...k.-.J .Wo(.;att. ,.,,,,.. Amaia ,oll. t S. Maxwell, t'hiel .Justice, ruruni .inniciAi. ki.stkict. u. V. I'o-t, .liulire....

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. — 12 July 1882

I. THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1882. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second class matter. The Malley boys paid one of their counsel $10,000. The true majority for prohibition in Iowa is 29,107. The court house at Magnolia, Miss., -was burned including all records and papers. Last week the President renomi nated Lewis Wallace aB minister to Turkey. Mbs. H. S. Brooks edits the wo man's department in the Omaha 2?e publican. Sarah 'E. Edwards has been- nom inated for postmistress at Sbawnee town, 111. It is stated that mummies are the only well-behaved individuals now left in Egypt. It is now believed that the vic tims of the Sciota will reach seventy five lives lost. These are 515 convicts in the Illi nois penitentiary at Chester, and 1,830 at Joliet. Lightning struck and killed eight hogs belonging to Mr. II. Ellison, of Thayer county. Senator Saunders the other day reported a bill to establish the terri tory of Pembina. Lightning struck and completely shattered 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. — 12 July 1882

r I R - . h t i i-4 . p ; A, '-4 T ,i ; i THE JOURNAL x WEDN ESD A Y .1 UL Y 12, 1882. Communications, to lnure insertion in the next issue, should he in hand en Mondav; if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding iasue-da. Advertisements, of whatever class, should he in hand bj noon, Tuesday. Advertisements under this head K cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each sub-euuent insertion. Pure grape juice at Bucher'p. Only pure liquors sold at Bu cher'e. 4-11-3 The Bain wagon for sale at the Foundry. 11-2 Born. To Mra. Ben. Eggleeton of Creston, a eon. Fifty empty whisky barrels for sale at Buclier's. Max Uhlig was up from Omaha a portion of last week. Call at Ernst, Schwarz & Co's for a good carpet stretcher. H. J. Hudson was out again yes terday after his illness. Mr. F. Gerber, we understand, goes to work at Omaha. Better liquors at Bucher's than an' other place in town. Frank Smith and wife moved last week into their own house. J. B. Delsman disposed of his bakery lease to 11....

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. — 12 July 1882

VCCSUhJ? ?JTt7Tii j(JrjMfc3C3Sfc THE JOTJKNAL.ISSRJ V KDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1&S2. Istsrei it lis eliis sitter. ?:st:":e, Celiacs, HeS.. 11 teosai WORSTED-WORK. HX KUSBAWfl COMPLAINT. I bate tha name of German wool. In all its ool- or bright; Of chain sad stool. In fancy-work, I hate tb rorfaight; The shawli and flippers that I've teen, ttw ottomans and bags, Soon-r than wear a stitch on me, Td walk the streets In rags. r re heard of wires too musical, too talkative, ortmlct, Of scolding or of gaming wires, and thos too fond of riot; But yet of all the errors known, which to the women fall. Forever doing fancy-work, I think, exceeds thorn all. The other day when I came home, so dinner got lor me. I asked my wire the reason she answered: 'One. two. three: " 2 toM bur I was hungry, and stampod upon the floor. She never even looked at me, but murmured: "One green more." Of couwo sho makes me angry; she docs not oaro for that, But chatters while I talk to her: "One white, and then a bla...

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 July 1882

UIIB "rl1 THE JOURNAL. RAXES OP AhVEKTINl.liG. Oulninlius ESTBusiuess and professional cards of five lines or leas, per annum, five dollars. EJf For time advertisements, apply at this office. ISM,'K1 EVKllY WKDNKSIUY, 1S1. K. TUKNER cSo CO. Proprietors and Publishers. JSTLegal advertisements at statute rates. 23TFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. TSS All advertisements payable monthly. STOFFICEElezenth St., up itairs in Journal Building. terms: l'erycar S'- OO Six months 1 OO 'I'll ret: months 50 VOL. XIIL-NO. 12. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JDLY 19, 1882. WHOLE NO. 636. Single conies mammm .. v . If r u r j- k "V ' ,. x If N' CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. C. H. V.vnW yck, U. S. Senator, Neb raska Cit . Alvix Saiiniikks, U.S. Senator, Omaha. K. Iv. Vali:v rixe, Hep.. AVe.-t Point. T. .1. Majoks, Contingent Hep., Peru. STATE DIHECTOHV: Aluixus Nance, Governor, Lincoln. S..I. Alexander, Secretary of State. John YValliehs, Auditor, Lincoln. G. M. B.irtlctt, Treasurer, Linco...

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 July 1882

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. 18S2. En'credat the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., a second class matter. Kepublican State CoBTeatioH.. The republican electors of the state f Vohragti arn herphr called to send dele gates from the several counties to meet I in state convention at Omaha, on Wed nesday September 29th, A. D. 1882, at 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following named offices, viz : Governor. Lieutenant-Governor. Secretary of State. Auditor. Treasurer. Attorney General. Commissioner ol Public Lands and Buildings. Superintendent of Public instruction. And to transact such other business as mav properly come before the convention. The several counties are entitled to representation in the state convention as lollows, based upon the vote cast for Isaac Powers, Jr., in 1881, for regent of the btate university; giving one delegate to each one hundred and fifty (150) votes, and one delegate for the fraction of seven-tv-five (75) votes o...

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