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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 May 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, 31 AY 23, 1863. Zstirai it tie FsttaSct, Cokatu, Hefc., is teeai elm aaiie?. BOBIN AM) I. Once; upon a winter day, Ast-aat, forlorn-and sad. Thlmrmg. in a fretful way. Of the toe when I was glad Hopping lightly o'er the enow. Came a robin that I know. On the window ledge he stood. With a bright Inquiring eye: Twas a compact that he should Always call in passing by. Just to show we might pretend Bach to entertain a friend. When I saw my tiny guest Waiting for his daily crumb. Dainty, trim and self-possessed. Never doubting it would come, I could almost hear him say: ' Mistress, food is scarce to-day." And my heart made sad reply. As the little dole I threw; Strange that one so poor as I Should have store enough for two! Bobin. if the thing could be. Would you throw a crumb to me?" Not a sound disturbed the hush, ; Save my own impatient sigh Bobin to a neighboring bush Darted off without good-bye. How! you leave me, faithless bird. As I waited for a word. Ah ! ...

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. — 30 May 1883

V THE JOTJKNAX. ISSCED EVKRY WEDNESDAY, NE. 15:. TTTRSTER & CO., Proprietors and Publiilieri. MATES OP ADTEBT191.1C. ETBnsineas and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. J3 For time advertisements,, apply at this office. 7Lgal advertisements at statu rates- ZSTTor transient advertisinf, s rates on third pace. 2I"A1I advertisements payable monthly. 23" OFFICE. Eleventh St., up ftairs in Journal Building. TERMS: Per year Fix months Three months Single copies .2 1 5 VOL. XIV.-N0. 5: COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 1883. WHOLE NO. 6S1. Thc iimpai M1MMMS r BTJSIEESS CAEDS. DE2JTAL PAB.LOS. On Thirteenth St., and Nebraska Ave., over FriedhoCs store. sgrOfic &ours, S to 12 a. m. ; 1 to 3 p. m. Oli.a AshbaCOH, Dentist. lORKLlIS Jt SUalVAJi, C .1 TTORN'EYS-A 1-LA W, Cp-stairs in Gluck Building, 11th street, A!x-thf New bank. H. J. IIl'lM:, 2T0TA RY P UBLIC, 12th Street, i do.ir west or lUmmond Hum, C-dmnhus. Neb. M-Y tr. .it. . -rin: Karros, RESIDENT DE...

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. — 30 May 1883

1 I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 80, 1883. Three inches of snow fell at Toledo, Ohio, on the 21st A sxow storm, followed by heavy rain, prevailed the other day at St. John, N. B. Small-pox of a virulent type is reported to have broken out in the Lancaster Co., Pa., prison. The new poBtofflce established in Antelope Co., this state, is called Chica, and C. T. Galloway appointed postmaster. The Chicago papers severely criti cise the verdict in the Dunn case. He was charged with the murder of Elliott, and acquitted by the jury. The national convention of colored people which was to have assembled at "Washington City has been changed to meet at LouiBville, Sept. 24, '83. Mns. Maey C Malloy has been . been appointed postmistress at Em met, Hall Co., Neb., and Miss S. L. King at Long Tine, Brawn Co., Neb. It is stated that the largest coffee plantation in Brazil, and probably in the world, contains 1,700,000 bearing trees, and it takes 600 slaves to work it, Mbs. M. M. Bones is deputy cler...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 May 1883

1 t V THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY 3IAY 30, 1833. Decoration day. Kaces, June Gtb and 7tb. A Blight fall of hail Friday. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Follow the crowd to "Fitz's." Masons fruit jars at cost at Will T. Rickly's. The city advertises a number of lots for sale. Brussel carpets G5 cents per yard at Kramer's. Private roads are scarco in Sher man precinct. "Wall paper, 10 ct9. double roll, at J. C. Echols's. John Huber has purchased the Cential House. Everything at the track is in read iness for the races. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Hunger's. Mrs. W. T. Callaway was in the city Thursday last. Judge Searles of Madison county was in town yesterday. If you have a chattel mortgage to sell take it to J. E. Tasker. Mrs. Stump has employed a first class trimmer from Omaha. Mr. T. Bauer Btarted Monday for Columbus, Ohio, on business. II. P. Smith of Genoa, was in town on business Friday last. A new sidewalk in front of Mc Kclvey's and Hays's residences. John S. Freeman ga...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 May 1883

I : Chinese Letter?. "Som Toy," or Chinese lottery, Is the most complicated of all game of chance. No set values are given to the drawings, for each prize depeads upon certain mathematical calcula tions, in some cases occupying nearly an hour in computation. The player seats himself at 'a table on which are finely pointed bamboo brashes called pens, dishes of black and red Chi nese ink and piles of square paper, stamped in Chinese characters. The lottery ticket is a piece of brown paper, six inches square. The paper is divided through the centre, by a lateral line. On the upper half of the paper are four lateral rows of characters, of ten each, or forty in all, and the lowest half has & like number and arrangement, mak ing eighty characters in all. These characters are hieroglyphics, represent ing names of eighty Chinese ladies of historical renown the Elizabeths, Cath arines and Joan d'Arcs of Chinese his tory. These slips of paper are sent oat to the lottery agencies. The game...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 6 June 1883

lnSfcM'iPA.agll.l W lT3fc.tg)BUe. Fa "I -.: tj-y , THE JOURNAL. ISSUKD KVKRY WKDJIKSDAY, M. Iv. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. tino rJM-iT T" T V f "T IS &jlJ! S? " af -s; n. iT 'v 'smr: .ic . )o LFBaahieee and profeeslbaal cards orial!Mor lesa, per -sjawsar ire dollars,;,. . a EV Tor Uaae adTertisesaeata, apply 't'Uaaoafce." -J '. 1 - H .jia ynV ci: . ' - -" -.e' ci ,' oTXetal dYsrtlaesneaUat aUUe -iMTf.rtraiieUat aAvartiainff, see 't ? OM. . .; ('KOr.' I f :- f vin -jj f Z2S OFFICE. Eleventh St., ?'" in Journal Building. Mr. Mti.f U1V..1 i f' if csJOUi. tkrms: Per year Six mouths T uree months . Siuglc copies . sa: T "' :'H VOBXIVNOfti- C3i.MIl! II tttMesalftUa: COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1883. -r .1 r::m6i$mzm:i "All advertisements payable S Ht u, r . .y frty yt-..-.. v 1 i. T 11 - . 'tiyix, 1 - oj '.-JBaaaaanW B' aaaaaai (Mr it 1 Mitt MM ff aaa IV an an' an aa on ' F ! liAv nj , -v vi i siii a';fxml' ' zlmlL Bw. Jav Skv . S Aw. ,av AciA'iS&imc aV.'...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 6 June 1883

TBE - JOURNAL. There are forty-pine female pbyai ciana. in Brooklyn, N. Y.f. t T Mek from the north -are. bnyipg Und in laree quantities in Virginia. The sales of 'real eitataastlgn .' Chicago only amounted to i,uw,w. NEAtr ixnnared Farmer? jSJli ances have been orgateed ln41iU The figures show a million-more fgaalMjdh"- maleaintheJJJiaUa States. " ABOPOOb1 leMftftSdta the Railroad Exposiabaaturday .week at Chicago. i ..J a.. vGor. Bnw.wvetoedlhe billwhich prTldM for change- in the-mfiunerof electing aldermen. ItMb cVtimated thatnhere i ftrt'over one thousand" VearTdlveYson'the coast of Lower California. ' J iBoKGLA-RS operating in Omaha,Iat week. JKeepj a look-out ipr inem, them, way come .west. ,, MichaeiHFagan, for complicity in the Phoenix Park murders, was hang ed at Dublin on the 28th ult. ' Thos. Welsh, of Pittsburg, Pa.,WM fatally stabbed the other day by his wifqwith a red-hot bayonet Nobthebn Nebraska has been-receiving the largest immigration ever known in that part of th...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 6 June 1883

J THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 6, LS83. Artotypes at Manger's. It payB to trade at Kramer's. Follow the crowd to "Filz's." Enough rain this spring, sure. J. M. Edmiston goeB to Lincoln. H. P. Smith of Genoa was in town Saturday. Masons fruit jars at cost at Will T. Rickly's. Brussel carpets 65 cents per .yard at Kramer's. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hoxie have left for Idaho. Wall paper, 10 cts. double roll, at J. C. Echols's. Two persons were baptised in the Loup Sunday. A. A. Smith started for Atlautic, Iowa, vesterday. Frauk GiHett has added a cover to his milk wagon. Ed. Smith of Schuyler passed the Sabbath In Columbus. Fred.Jiobarre and hia father have four trotters at the track. If you have a chattel mortgage to sell take it to J. E. Tasker. George Spooner came in from Denver jesterday morning. Mrs. J. Kasmuspen and children are ou their way to Denmark. Patronize the lively merchants at Humphrey, Ottis, Murphy & Co. 1 I. W. Early, J. Schram and Wal ter Phillips were at Omaha last we...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 6 June 1883

K ) h i!l I i ' THE JOURNAL. ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1883. i . .fettrtd at tie FhCIci, Col&atu, b., ts,itcatfi cut: mrttw. ,w "GRAVES:"'' mound, a atone and violets; ,. 'Arbifd-sonjr to the air: j &'. - 'A chiU that tathera Sowers aad lets .The wind play with its hair: . ., A fleld" ofwbeat across the bedgre Klppled by fairy hands; A silver stream that downward rua ?""W cheer the lowerlands. -- - Jtio mound, no atone, no violets j. luuc bcb uterucaui . rf Aaotobtaa- wind, that ne'er forget ,t Ita.chutinff for the dead. . .Beneath the stara on summer ntehts. That deep blue grave how fair! Ttoffvrhlle upon the" shore the' wares Bet1ow,-arif-ln prayer. a l No mound, no stone, no violets; ' No bird, nor wave, nor star; . A seat where Memory forgets - j o. 4 i -' wnat spring ana summer are; Deeper It lies than deep-sea graves. jrrom iana ana sea apan- O grave so sad and aesoiate i O grave, within the heart 1 . - 3 0 g. -zj.il uvmwnm. -) ' it. it PEBILS OF TELEGRAPH LIE-M EN. To purs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 13 June 1883

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED JEVXKT WKDXrEPAY, M. Iv. TUTfZsER So CO.. Proprietori and Pabliihers. x Mttitte RATES OF AlTEatTlSl!C;. imipal ErTBuainess and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 13 For time advertisements, applv at this office. SSTLcgal advertisements at atatuo ratea- EsTFor transient advertising, aa rates on third page. sTAll advertisements payable monthly. i - J2T OFFICE, Elexentli St., tip stairs in Journal Building. TIRMS: a Per year . Six months Three months Single copies . 1 vol:xiv.--no. 7. ' COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 18, 1883. WHOLE NO. 683. lu; business caeds. DENTAL PABLOB. On Thirteenth St.. and Nebraska Aven oxer Friedhofs store. . erOflice hours, S to I a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m. Oli-a Ashbaugh, Dentist. lOKSELlIIS SI"lA.lTAX. ATTOllXEYS-AT-LAW, Up-stalrs in Gluck Building, 11th street, Above the Sew bank. TJ J. MIWSO.I, XOTART PUBLIC, 12th Street. 2 door. nrt of Hamod Horn, Columbus. Neb. r-y rR. .n. i.TUi:iToa, RESIDENT DENTIST. Offi...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 13 June 1883

I'D i.E Ik' r:-; IS V p ? I ft P 3 b fc t ,; i f f -t 1 '!i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1883. The editor of the Lincoln Journal as usual, sees no good in Senator Van Wycfc. The democratic state convention of Iowa has nominated Judge Kinne for governor. Edmund Higgins the other day at Peoria, 111., was run over and instant ly killed in the Union yards. In one car load of immigrants that arrived in Ordway, Dakota, the other day, there were twenty-eight babies. Sixteen thousand rejected models of unpatented inventions were sold at the patent office the otherday for $762. The republican convention of Ohio has nominated Judge Foraker, of Cin cinnati, as their candidate for gov ernor. Gen. Logan of Illinois will deliver the opening address at the Tertio Millennial Exposition in Santa Fe, July 25th. Recent advices received from Sierra Leone are that fifty persons were roasted alive for witchcraft in Sberbro district. Six excursion coaches, filled to overflowing with citizens of Iowa n...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 13 June 1883

! I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 13, 1833. Artotyrjes at Jlunger'a. Liuen lawns at Kramer's. The light-running Domestic. Follow the crowd to "Fitz's." Social dance at Duncan Saturday. James Kay goes to Atlantic, Iowa. Read Kramer's corset advertise ment. 7-3tf Mr. "VYinalow was in Iowa last week. Good girl wanted at the Nebraska bouse. 7-tf Parasols from 10 cents to 10, at Kramer's. "Wall paper, 10 eta. double roll, at J. C. Echols's. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Em. J. Potts left Friday morning last for St. Joe. Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Uo. Several communications go over for lack of 6pace. If you have a chattel mortgage to sell take it to J. E. Ta&ker. Money to loan on long or short time. Gus. G. Becher & Co. Hon. Thomas Jansen of Butler county was in the city Saturday. Pickings from Puck a humorous 25 cent book at Turner's bookstore.' J. U. Echols is selling wall paper cheaper than any other place in town. For tire, lightning and t...

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. — 13 June 1883

.1 i i . fil i: I i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1883. Xattnl it ti Pettcfise, Columtai. Hrt., CliMaUtttt. it itcesi THE WHITES OF "HOME, SWEET HOME." K stranger in London, ell friendless, alone; He waited through the city, unheeded, un known; rhe lights of the houses shone forth on his face fhere were -thousands of homes, but for him was noplace. aweary and hungry, disheartened and sad, rhe time bad been Jong; since his spirit was glad, And bejtat on the steps at a nobleman's door. And for solace he sang the refrain o'er and o'er: " Home. Home, sweet, sweet Home, Be It -ever so humble, there's no place like home." He had sot a shilling to pay for a bed, When he wrote what in luxury many have said:' "JOd pleasures and palaces though we may roam, Be It ever so humble, there's no place like home." 11m words full of cheer from his sorrows were wrung. He sighed, what in thankfulness others have sungr "A charm from tho sides seems to hallow us there, Which, seek thro' tho world, is n...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 June 1883

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED ETIUY WEIZSDAy, - M. K. TUKXER Sc CO., Pronrietors and Publisher. KATES F AJTKKXm9-L-1. ISTBuaineaa and professional cards of five lines or leas, per anmrm. frre dollars. S3? For time advertisements, apply at this office. 2Xegal advertisements at atatne rates. Z2TOFFICE. Eleventh St., vp Hairs tn Jtttmal Building. rFar transient advertisine;, aea rates on third pae. TEEMS: Per year ix mouth I"hree montn? Mnirie i'op!e COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY JUNE 20, 1883. WHOLE NO. 684. LSS? ad"rti"a"at3 awn ha t j i i . . aa . .. - 1 H VOL. XIV.-NO. 8. 05 i I ! BTJSISESS CAP.DS. DE5TAL PARIOB. On Thirteenth ": and Xebraska At., over Friedhr store. .t Lour-.. wlii.m lioop. m. ULLA AaHBACGH, Dentist. C iOK.EJ.H Sl'i.l-ITAJu .1 TT0RXEYS-A7-LA W, t'p-tair, hi tiluoi. Building, llth street, Ae the Xew hank. H. XuTARY PUBLIC. 12th trrt. 2 Jor west of Haoimon.l Uonse, OAnmbas. Xl- 491-5" D K. 31- - T I. KSTO.v, RE ID EST DEXT1ST. .A-,, -.er .-.n-ncr. of l!ta and Sorth-st. A., -p -ra...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 June 1883

i . A -. - I ' n i' h m l V-. I t ' P THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1883. Tmcmemoers of the Republican State Central Committee arc rcq uested to meet at the Paxton hotel, in the city of Omaha, on Thursday, June 28, 1883, at 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of fixing the date and place for holding a convention to nominate candidates for Judges of Su preme Court and Regent 9 of the Univer sity, and such other business as may properly come before it. G. W. E. Dorszy, Ch'm'n. Fktmont, June 9, 1883. The Lincoln well is said to bare cost $12,000 and to be no good. Some people in Omaha want to compel circusses to pay $500 license. George Reeve a B. & M. switch man was run over and killed at Lin coln. A recent report at Paris says the Annamites beheaded Father Bechet, a Catholic missionary. At Cleveland tho other" day, Pil grim, a trotter with no record, did half a milo in 1 .07. Thbee students of the Calvin Insti tute the other evening at Cleveland were drowned while bathing. Wm. C....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 June 1883

JJS- fe"- f. ? "i f tw I & J I l -f. -r M THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY J USE 20, 1853. The Domestic Artotypes st Hunger's. Linen lawns at Kramers. The light-running Domestic Follow the crowd to "Fitzs." Eead Kramer's corset advertise ment. m 7-3tf Good cook wanted at the Nebraska house. . 7-tf Parasols from 10 cents to slO, at Kramer's. Treasurer Early was in Lincoln Friday last. Everybody goes to Smith's ice cream parlor. 8-3 Wall paper, 10 cu. double roll, at J. C. Echols's. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Born, June 15th, to Mrs. E. "W. Tollman, a son. Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. Great slaughter in prices of wall paper at Derry's. Very little need of a sprinkler Friday morning. Wm. Ryan expects to go to Holt county this week. Wall paper 5 to 10 cents double roll at G. X. Derry's. If you have a chattel mortgage to sell take it to J. E. Tasker. Money to loan on long or short time. Gus. G. Becher & Co. J. C. Echols is selling wall paper che...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 June 1883

I, I ! : :;fe IP! IF : 1 THE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1883. Ictirtl it til Fsttefi:, Cchmtu. Kit., s nexl eun uttir. IN MEMORIAM. Ring out, ye spheres! ring cut my mournful bile; And oh, ye groves, your solemn music lend To my frrest grief, in plaintive, sorrowing For he Is dead, my Husband and my Friend! And oh, thou Lore, the sunshine of my youth. Now lend thy strength to every note of woe, While I in sorrow leam the fitter truth The lonely hours this widowed heart must know. O Love, O Sorrow, wherefore are ye twain. The rival heirs of my bereaved breast? Where in successive anarchy ye reign. Each strengthening each in anguish and unrest! The tones of bliss whfch I was wont to hear. And hoar with rapture from his blessed lips. Arc silent now! Where filial! I find his peer? To me the world is shrouded in eclipse! For dark arc all the scenes where is not. And tamo are all tho sounds without MS voice: , Palo Grief is now my silent, bitter lot. Though the vain world should say, "E...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 June 1883

T THE JWBCLf ISSUKD ETERV VkDNESPaV, ' " - V : M. K. TUK-jSTER & CO., Proprietors and Publisher!. tATES OP AIMTEKTISIXC;. Si K S" OFFICE, Eleventh St., vp ftairs in Journal Building. - tekms: I A I Per year .. Six months Three months Single copies .98 v, 5 iL" ' Ll s. -b-b r i k vol.xiv.-no: 9. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27, 1888. WHOLE NO. 685. m Vi Fl N. "et BUSINESS CARDS. DENTAL PARLOR. On Thirteenth St., and Nebraska Ave., over FrieJhufa store. j2TOflice hours, 8 to 12 a. in.; 1 to f p. hi. Olla A.shhaloii, Dentist. .OK.i:ilU JiWl-i-lVAW. J A TTO RNE YS-A T-'LA If, Up-stairs in (Jluck liuildinsr, 11th street, Almve the New bank. HJ. HUDSON - 'i NOTARY PUBLIC. ilk Street, i dooru wet or Haniiaond House, Columbus, AVfc. .9";"' R.W..XHIJIMX03I. - RESIDENT DENTIST. ' Oiliee over corner ot 11th anil Sorth-st. All.perathuislir..t-cl:ii's .mil warranted. p K12K & i:KIK. .1 TTORNEYS A T LA W, Oiliee on Olive St.. Columbus, Nebraska. 2-tl c. 1 U. A. lll'LLII01rT, A.J1., M. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 June 1883

j- .' rf h. THE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1883. The menioerB of the Republican State Central Committee are requested to meet at the FaxtoQ hotel, in the city of Omaha, on Thursday, June 28, 1883, at 7 o'clock p.m., for the purpoie of fixing the date and place for holding a convention to nominate candidates for Judgei of Su preme Court and Regents of the Univer sity, and such other business as may properly come before it. G. W. E. D0B3EY, Ch'm'n. FKKMOKT, June 9, 1883. In about 60 days the North Pacific railroad will be completed. It is rumored that the U. P. is to be extended to the Pacific coast . Norton's block, San Francisco, was burned on the 20th, loss, $507,000. Col. Biddle arrived at Tucson, A. T., June 17th with five Mexican women taken from the Apaches. A German working for .Jacob Penn, near Dunbar,Neb., was drown ed while attempting to cross Wilson creek. One hundred and ten Texas steers broke out of the stock yards at Chica go, and terrified citizens considerably befor...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 June 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 27, 1883. The Domestic. Arlotypes at Hunger's. Linen lawnB at Kramer's. The light-running Domestic. Read Kramer's corset advertise ment. 7-3tf Good cook wanted at the Nebraska house. '7-tf Parasols from 10 cents to $10, at Kramer's. Fourth of July goods at . D. Fitzpatrick'tj. Everybody goes to Smith's ice cream parlor. - 8-3 Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. Great slaughter in prices of wall paper at Derry's. The next saengerfest is to be held at Lincoln in 1885. Wall paper 5 to 10 cents double roll at G. N. Derry's. If you have a chattel mortgage to sell take it to J. E. Tasker. "Bill" Dougherty was down from Platte Center oyer Sunday. Money to loan on long or short time. Gus. G. Becher & Co. J. C. Echols is selling wall paper 3 cts. double roll. Remnants. 9 Mrs. T. M. Marquett of Lincoln died Thursday of consumption. Miss Lois McGinitie of Niobrara is visiting with Mrs. A. B. Coffro...

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