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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 April 1883

One This? at a Time. prominent element in Commodore YanaerbUt's success" is said to have been hi? doing one thing at a time. So long ai he was engaged in the steamboat line it was steamboats and nothing else; and when he "Trent into railroads all the steamers were sold, except one, and that being tnnalable, was presented to the Government It is the concentration of energy and attention upon a given object which gives us the "mastery of it Many people tail because they are always ready to take hold of some other thing before the work which they have in hand is half done. It is better to do one thing thor oughly than a dozen things imperfectly. Wa may have too many irons in the. fire' at 6ne time more than we can handle with impunity. "A bit here and bit there" is the rule with some persons, and the result is that they do nothing but lipshod work. They may appear to be exceedingly busy as they jump about with goat-like alacrity from one thing to another, but they accomplish little, be...

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 April 1883

iFTWqjnW." .ix I -jmi j i rmiiEor,,AigrM'yigi!ir & JL&X. EyBuafness and ; s I professional carasA- - of. fire lines or less, per annum, five dollars. . For time advertisements, apply at tais office. ' " 23TLegal advertisements at atafaa Z3T OFFICE, Eleventh $t., vp -tairs i7t Journal Building. rates. ic 1 BTPaa-traaaVNrt sveni m, , rates on third pace. 0 t S7AUlCade?Uaanaata aajaTpi . , monthly., terms: Pervear. .. Six months. Tlirpc months . Single copies . I S VOL.XHI.N052.l U ft -"- COLUMBUS; NEB., WEDNESDAY APRIL 25. 1888. WHOLE NO. 676. THE JOUBNAL. ISSUED EVanY WEDSEbUAY, Proprietori and Publishers. '' II It i - is I j I - BUSINESS CARDS. DENTAL PARLOR- . On Thirteenth- St., and Nebraskd Ave-, over Friedhofs store. jTOffice Loui i, S to 15 a. in.; 1 to ." p. m. Oll AsnBAUGU, Dentist. OBEUUN 4c IIIJ1.LHVA3E, 4 TTOItXEYS-A T-LA W, " -' f Up-stairs in Gluck Building, 11th itreet, Ahove-thtyv bnnl.. -' TT J. IHStHO. XOTAHY PUBLIC, 1-tli Street, -door nest' or Hamaoad ow, C...

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 April 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 25, 1888. Ice in Lake Pepin ran oat on .the 16th. This opens navigation of the tipper MiMMsippi. The Illinois state board of health report lav etm ofNNllpx at Strata tor, and one death. The C11 tmbodyiig Haaly project for self-government for Ireland was defeated' In parliament. SfOTTrb fever or Cerebro-sphial meniagitk is easting a namber of deaths at Sabola, Iowa. Tar.; Atlantic House at Albia,Ia., burned the other morning, and three men perished in the flames. Two children burned to death the other day in a large box at Ports month, Texas, while at play. "Wm. Fomt, aged 18, disappointed in love, killed himself at Alliance, Ohio, the other day with arsenic. One day 'last W6ek two thousand six honored German emigrants land ed in Baltimore, lioet of them have come west Ik the recent count of the cash in the U. .& treasury the committee foand aa excess of three cents ia favar ofGilfillaa. A rata at Huntington, W. Va., the other -day destroyed 140,000 ...

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. — 25 April 1883

It V s THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY Al'ULL 25, 1SS. Xew carpets at Kramer's. Gasoline at "Will T. Rickly's. Follow the crowd to "Fitz's." 3 Black Ottoman ajlk at Kramer's- Buy one of- Kramer's health corsets. A slight fall of snow Monday moraine. Combination folding beds at J. E. Manser's. 2 Ricklj &: Hoffman drive a new meat wagon. The Pacific House is to receive a 'bus this week. Tfcirty ysrls f cllc tmr tl ax KrawrV D. Jackson of Albion was 1c town Saturday. Trunks and travel Ib Xorris & Taylors. bags at Wm. Smith (masons is doiag a large amount of.work. The eastbouad IT. P. traia- Sun day was five hours late. A. M. Jennings's brother from Montana is visiting him. A I. Arnold lost two stacks of hay last week,by prairiejSre. J. S. Mcrdock expects to move into his new house shortly. Go to Honahan's for boots and hoes. If you want to savejnoney. 2 Frank Wake and W. Benn of Genoa were in town over Sunday. "Wasted. A good giri to do house work. Apply to Mrs. Wm. Becker. Gasoline at ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 25 April 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, APKIL Si, IBS!. Cut rsttir. TJy HORSE AKD THE 0003B. In iumnicr, when the jrras was green And all the woods were K&y. A bona, rood-mitur'd, somewhat leita, JDln'd on a truss of hay. Quite little dreaming ol abuse; He was accosted by a goom. TeU me. poor horse, bow can you b Confln'd to tuch a-lot? To dally plod the sandy sod Ho dusty and so hot; To dine on-kay bo crisp and dry. And never once attempt to tiyi 1 can spread my wlnj?sand sweep O'er spaces large aud wide; wan-like bathe in waters deep Where sunbeurni glance and glide, Three elements I proudly claim. And you, but one, poor bone, what shame r. The hauirhtyKooe more would have said. Now grown superbly vain, Wbeu patient horse ral8d up ha bea4 With look of cold dlS'lnln. Baying: "Better far It would appear, It choice to me would fall. To be perfect In one sphere Than be a goose in all." THE HORRORS OF LEPROSY, -e Meart-KensllHjr Semes in , the New ruaawlek ' lazaretto. Inprlaaaetf for Lift an AwkU...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 May 1883

1 a . c LTIiW THE JOUBNAL. ISSUED rVXKT WEDNESDAY, M. K. TUKiSTKR Sc CO., Proprietor! and Publishers. BATES OF AatYEatTISHrC - - - i i iS" Business andprofesfonal cards of five lines or less, per annua, five dollars- " 23T For time advertisements, apply at this office. E"TXegal advertisements at status rates- t BTTor transient advsrtiaanf;, see rates oa third page. Ta4I advertisemsnu pkjabls monthly. j V W'S, f3 OFFICE Eleventh St., up Hairs in Journal Building. r when you waa terms: i . iur- p: Per year . six months Tliree months Single copies VOL. XIV.-NO. 1. COLUMBUS, NEB. WEDNESDAY MAY -2, 1888. WmLJjA 677, lit iiliitlii iaBaaa'awa"i" V BTJSISES3 CAEDS. DEITAL PAELOE. On Thirteen St-, and Nebraska Are-, over Fncdhef store. iSrOmce hours, -i to 11 a. m. : 1 to 3 p. m. OLLa AsHBaL'GU, Dentist. J. r?'0 fi.YJrF5-.ri I -LA w, Cp-.talrs in Gluck Building Utn street, Above the New bank. TT J- HI 10. XOTART PUBLIC. lith Street, i J-r t of HamaeaJ Hoase, Columbus, Neb. 9-? pvlft. 31. D.T...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 May 1883

fppT '!, ' .? '. fV 14 : iJUK iah J 12 2-I4HK IPr THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1S83. It is claimed that Omaha has a pop ulation of 50,000. It is claimed that the Hindoos wor ship 330,000,000 godB. The Hon. Milton Courtright died at Norfolk, Va.j on the 25th ult. J. W. Love, of Dodge county, Neb., has set out 50,000 trees so far this season. It is stated that Nazareth has a tel egraph office, the first opened in the Holy Land. Two hundred buildings in the Cuban town of Las Manas burned the other night. . Five inches of snow on the level fell in the vicinity of-Poteekey, Mich., on the 26th ult. Hekbt D. McDaniel was elected Governor of Georgia last week with out opposition. "Within- the past mouth in Nebras ka 57,120 acres of state school lands have been leased. Two men were struck by lightning the other day at Syracuse, Neb., and one of them killed. War. Pack, a wife beater, was given twenty lashes the other day in the Jail at Annapolis, Md. There are 437 vessels fitting out in Chi...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 May 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY 31 AY 2, 18SC. "More rain, more grass." New carpets at Kramer's. Bock beer day yesterday. --Follow the crowd to "Fitz'a." 3 Black Ottoman silk at Kramer's. "Wm. Ryan is clerking with Pat. Hays. G. Turner arrived from Ohio last week. One of John TannahiU's children is sick. Buy one of Kramer's health corsets. Closing out at cost at "Winter botham's. Thirty yard of calico for 81 at Kramer. Summer silks, new styles, at Friedhof&Co'e. C. C. Carrig of Platte Center was in town Monday. Trunks and traveling bags at Norris & Taylor's. 2 Good goo.ds, cheap, closing out, at "WinterbothauYs. Coffins and all .kinds of funeral goods at Munger'a. Clean out the collar; bury the decaying vegetables. Late styles iu filigree buttons just received, at Kramer's. 1-2 James Hudson of Booue county was in town Saturday. "Del." Nelson of Norfolk was in town Monday and Tuesday. Wagner's checkered barn is being repainted in brilliant colors. Fred. Stenger has erected a good aied...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 May 1883

Kmife HmCes, That in importance for the m&trfng of good cutlery is, of course, the steelfor the blade. Nest comes the "material that forms the handle, which it is Che principal purpose of this dispatch to consider. The substances thus used are various and the whole world 1s laid un der contribution; to supply them. They consist of ivory, pearl and tortoise shell. stag, buck, buffalo and all other kinds of horn, bone, foreign woods and various patent substances known by the names xylonite, parksite,' ebonite, etc. The cutting of these various materials Into sizes and shapes suitable for use by the cutler is a very large business by itself, and with the purchase of the material re quires a large outlay of capital. For instance, one denier in Sheffield tells me that his firm had on their premises at one time ivory to the value of $400,000. No such stocks are kept, at the present time. The business of furnishing the material for handles is known by the general term of scale-cutttng,...

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 May 1883

KATES OF ADTEarriSEXG. STBuainesa ami professional cards of five lines or less, pr jtttttt., t0 dollars. TS! Por time ad-re rtfnement3. apply at this office. fTXegal adTertiaeaients at stata rates. 23For transient advertising. s ST OFFICE. Eleventh St.. vp stairs in Jotcrncl Bmiding. TEEM: Per year six months Three monta iia-rie copies 2 ) j ratsa on third page. 1 1 25TA11 advertisements payable t monthly S VOT. YTYIMO 9 COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY MAY 9, 1888. WHOLE NO. 678. 3 I VS14 eVJL f -.1 - t TEE JOTJENAL. Issued evzhy wsosesDit. :m. k. ttjte-r & cb.. Prourietora and Publishers. lie iiL K i v H i i BTT5IHESS CARDS. D25TALA2L0E. Cm Thirteen: i : aJ S'brasta Ave 3 ton rgpouice-nour- - to.i:i-u. m I to i p. m. OLU AsHSaCOH. D-atlst. C OK.ELIl! 4c SL1X1VA., a T-rfif FYS-A 7 -LA W, J1' t p--tair- ra Uluc. Building. Htn stre Ao- v tae New int.. H. yOTALY PUBLIC, 121& -trrrt. t 4uuri we"t ' HiamuaJ Houvr, , a m ' i -"C D 1C.-M. Il.TIU HEUlJjLM I ffti-r . rn- Ilia And Norta-it....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 May 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1883. A becekt heavy frost in northern Virginia damaged fruit. Jos. N. Davis has been appointed postmaster at Wahoo, Neb. The imDortation of American pork into Greece has been forbidden. Am. saloon keepers of Des Moines, voluntarily closed their places last week. Twkntt-nixk new national banks wen organized during the month of April. t ' W. "WftiTK of Atlanta declines the secretaryship of the civil service com mission. The President haB appointed Ame lia E. Palmer postmistress at &t. Mary, Kansas. 3bs. Emma F. Squires has been appointed postmistress at Kesterson, Jefferson uo., -weo. Chicago has been chosen by the Supreme Council, Eoyal Arcanum, as its next meeting place. The President has selected Boston, Atlanta and Chicago as names forthe three ubw steel cruisers. The President hasappointed Jeffer son P. Kidder associate justice of the supreme court of Dakota. It is stated that one thousand dogs will be on exhibition at the coming kennel show in...

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 May 1883

J h X h - THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MAY 9, 1883. New carpets at Kramer's. Don't forget the Juno races. Follow the crowd to "Fitz'a." 3 Another fine rain Monday night. Black Ottoman silk at Kramer's. J. S. McAllister has moved to Genoa. Buy one of Kramer's health corsets. A good deal of corn has been planted. Closing out at cost at Winter botham's. E. A. Blodgett gave us a pleasant call Friday. Thirty yards of calico for SI at KramerS. Summer silks, new styles, at Friedhof & Co's. A little mud ia preferable to a good deal of dust. ". Trunks aud traveling bags at Noma & Taylor's. 2 C. D. Barlow visited Albion last week, on bu6inees. . Good goods, cheap, closing out, at Winterbotham's. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Monger's. There will be some fine horses at the June races, here. Mr. "Weathcrbee of Lost Creek was in town Friday. Late styles iu filigree buttons just received, at Kramer's. 1-2 Business on the branch roads seems to be excellent. "Extremes meet" was true o...

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 May 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 0, 1S83. ZrUrsi it tis P::t:E:o, C:fcnti, Set., a: se:ai eliss sitter. COURAGE. AS EPIflRAM. Soldiers twain stood facing- danger, Side by side, nlone and still; Bold was one, to fear a stranger. Light of thought and stout of will. But the other, frrave and serious. Deeply pondered where he stood, Felt'tbo spell of thffmysterlous Qvershadowiug neighborhood Of the mortal menace hidden In that moment's sudden chance: Till the throng of thoughts unbiddea Trampled with his countenance. Then hi3 comrade marked bis.pallor, And a rallying charge he made, . Out of his light-hearted valor. Lightly spoken: " You' ro afraid!" "True my friend," with blanched lips Mid he, "I have fear as you have none; But 1 stand here, staunch and stead v You, with half my fear, would runl" Wm. C. in&inson, D. !., In S. S. Tuna THE DEACON'S QUARREL. Did you everhear tell about Deacon Joshuay?" "No;" I dono as ever I did." "Ye see. Deacon Tanner was real pious, but his natunvas dre...

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 May 1883

THE JOTKSTAL. -. O VA I ISSUED XVXST WEDNESDAY, M. EI. TT""R"N"13R Sc CO., ProcrietoTJ aad Pablisners. tiitnu K aad-yrafe laaii i ul'daraW of SvTfa cr'Ieaa-pcr annum, -ftre dollaxa. STer tlate adwerewasnta, apply" at this i S OFFICE Eleventh St.. up srws ta Journal Building. S"Xel adveriiseatentsat atataa rates. Sfor tranalent adrertiains, a rate on third page. STAH advertiaeaaasta payabla. ' raoctfaly :zaH: reryear. . Three mouths Single copies voL.4xrMro)&q'-i 1M - till J- v V.V - rr "i clow if-w:. COLUMBTJSj.NEB:, WEDNESDAY HA 16, 1888. WHOLE NO. 679. HE,daaaaaaaaaaai.aBvA- . - g , V;?a 1 am yaaaataV1' - a . v KW WJ v aaai wa a .aaa"" ..aaaSBBaaa7 ri aaaaaaaV . aaaaaaaa I i aaaaaaP aaa ' ' -3lStr. . T-3 B9a7' ! i "ti.aF JIPaa"a"p-L,M ,??' If ; BSB . . 1 . V. S a"f aBBS. . - -$saaBaaaaaBaw ? i. ic x w : : s, : - raast trasa - r s 9 i M" i BTTSUTESS CA2DS. DETTAX PASLOS. On JJartteaA St. end Xebrtaktr Aze-vtk- Fned-Ws store. y-pce soar, to 12 a. a. . 1 to 5 p. in Olla ashsacgh....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 May 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAT 16, 1883. Ix is stated that bloody and Sankey are coming back to America. 1 Petkb F. Peterson has been ap pointed postmaBter at Tekamah, Neb. -A destructive prairie fire preyail ed the other day in the vicinity or Wiiner. Over 5,000,000 forest treea hare been planted by the people of Nebras ka this spring. Ten thousand people attended the Grand Army's "Concert of War Songs" at Boston. A post of the Grand Army of the Republic is about to be organized by ex-soldiers of Madison. The latest news from Des Moines is that the saloon keepers still refuse to pay 1,000 license and open up. That famous chestnut tree on Mount JEtna measures 210 feet at its base. Its age is at least 800 years. Defaulting ex-treasurer Polk has executed the required $35,000 bond, and has been released from custody. The corner-stone of the Masonic temple at Lincoln was laid one day last week with appropriate ceremo nies. The steamboat Fannie Freeze was sunk the other morning to the boile...

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 May 1883

.-ft n t I. , r y k THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MAY 16, 1883. Measles at Schuyler. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Follow the crowd to "Fitz's." Judge FoBt helped Judge Tiffany last week. BrusBel carpets 65 cents per yard at Kramer's. Mrs. Siggins of St. Edward is visiting in the city. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Monger's. How is yonr dead dog? is the inquiry at Platte Center. J. B. Delsman's children were re ported no better Monday. George Fairchild is " laying off" on account of rheumatism. Mrs. Stump has employed a first class trimmer from Omaha. The Maonnerchorhad a social hop at their hall Monday evening. Miss Ida Meagher returned home Friday from her visit to Canada. Ole II. Oleson has been appoint ed postmaster at Farral, this county. J. K. P. McCallum of Madison expects to move to Dakota this week. If you have any real estate to sell or rent call and see Ta8ker& Routson. D. D. Hardy Bays that last year he planted corn the last of June that did well. The Boone Co. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 May 1883

TffE JOTTRNAL. r. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1883.. later! at it Fcttsfleo, Colsmtw, Krt., seen! ehn xuttar.' . " c . w IBB C0UNTEB8 OF LUN. a wont deny thtt I love Ton. Ned. find you asked me sooner, you might hT I Bftitnoifcer offer to-day, won: 4BQOOW-. I think TU he Countess of Luna. X always was fond of titles, yon know; And on, Ned, won't it be Jolly fun, when iwiToffrnnder on British shores. To know you are loved by the Countess of liunnr" Tts hard to lose you, my only lore," He sadly whispered, and gently sighed; "When the London season recalled us home I had hoped to make you my nonny bride." Tor a moment silence reigned supreme On tk'a mnonlitfilones of the "castled Rhine. And two hearts 'neath tbe silvrr starry beam With the now or the resuess wares Kepiume. Bald he: "For "a nobleman's title I'm spumed. But I swear I'll not live a nacneiors me: Tow tell me. of all vour 'dear trirl friends.' Which think you would make me the fittest wuer "ffow. there's Mabel Hand, with her coal-bl...

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. — 23 May 1883

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED KVXKY WKDJOSBDAY, 1. K. TUENER &: CO., Proprietors and Publisher. TBI ! AaTEMTaSlC;. Ontnmtiu.s imps) ETBnsineas and professional carda of five lines or lesa, per """", five doUars. 1ST For time advertisements, apply at this office. SXegal advartiseaaents at aUtsa rates. STTor transient adTwrtiaiaj;, sac ratas on third p'age. 2 All ad-rertiaaxaants payable momthlj. J3" OFFICE. Eleventh St., vp stairs a Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months Three months Single copies 1 3 VOL. XIV.-NO. 4: COLPMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. MAY 23, 1888. WHOLE NO. 680. Uu; X J BTJSDTESS CASUS. DE5TAL PARLOB. On Thirteenth Si and Nebraska Ave., over Friedhof store. 3-Ouiee hour, -i to li a. m ; 1 to o p. m. OLLA ASHBACGH, Dentist. A TTORXE TS-A 7 -LA W, Upstair, in Uluck Building. 11th street, Above the New bank. Tj J. HtlMI03i. NO TA II Y P UBLIC. l-tfc Stri-et. t doif w-t af Umoa Howe, C .tlu-atbvs. Neb. 91-y D R. W. 1. THI'KSTO.1. RESIDENT DENTIST. om,-e over corner of Uth and ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 May 1883

fe 3 i ' THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAT 23, 1883. Dduikg the past year 22,255 immi grants landed in Canada. Three hundred Americans are re ported to be studying art in Paris. It is claimed that there are 400,000 opium-eaters in the United States. The balance in the U. S. treasury on the 11th was nearly $180,000,000. Chas. L. Howell has been appoint ed postmaster at Grand Island, Neb. President Arthur has appointed James Fletcher, of Iowa, consul at Genoa. Eight hundred emigrants sailed the other day from Galway, Ireland, for Boston. The issue for standard silver dol lars from mints for la9t week was $165,000. Three thousand four hundred and fifteen emigrants left Queenstown May 11th for America. Thirtv-three national banks have been organized in Nebraska with a capital invested of $2,310,000. TROors and police were ordered last week in haste from Aldershot to the Curragh camp in Ireland. Eleven buildings, including ihe poetoffice at Vienna, Ohio, were con sumed the other night by fire....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 May 1883

k f J N I I. ' I Y THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MAY 23, 1880. Court week. Races June Cth and 7th. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Follow the crowd to "Fitz'a." Masons fruit jars at cost at Will T. Rickly's. Brussel carpets C5 cents per yard at Kramer's. 'Dick"Nunnelly has finally taken to writing po6try. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Hunger's. If you have a chattel mortgage to sell take it to J. E. Tasker. Mrs. Stump haB employed a first class trimmer from Omaha. "Hoodlum sap" is a new name for it, given hy the David City Press. A little fire is still a comfortable accompaniment of the "happy spring time." Don't forget the June races. They will be the most exciting ever sepn in the Btate. The Milford Democrat reports a waterspout nine miles west of that place, Slay 13th. Lime Harmon and Tom Turner of Fremont will drive 20,000 sheep from the west this season. One hundred and seventy-five dollars has been contributed as a Fourth of July fund. Plenty of old papers in bundles of ten...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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