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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 November 1883

THE JOURNAL. -WEDNESDAY, XOV. 14, 1883. Sitrii at tba rcrteflei, Cclsata:, list., j ie::ai eta zittir. , TjSE milking hour. Tou Rood old JJoes, stasd quietly now, And don't be turning' your head this war. You'relooklajrlpr J)onald. if pimia to see, Bu(. be wonVbe hereto-day. . nobgHir'.came with me, deer old Boss, Mprea to carry my pail; for, you Bee, SotMlCt gone whistling down the lane, And. Donald is vexed with me. Aiwau because of a trifling thing: - '"" B6 asked me a question, and I said Way. I never, dreamed that he would not guess ' Itwas only a woman's way. I Wonder if Donald has ever learned ' , "The motto of.Tryand try again." I thlBk, if he had, it'migbt have been He bad not leamedin vain. And'fiiere needn't have 6trctched between us 'i.two, -i - On this .fair evenlng.the meadow wide. And 1 needn't hare miikod alone to-night, With nobody at my side. What was it he said to me yester eve. Something about about my eyes? Xl'c-strangc how clever that Donald can be; That Js,-wb...

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 November 1883

TMffi JOTJRK&L. "issirirn kveky wKDXEfePAY M. K. TUItlSTER &o CO., Proprietors and Puhliihera. V- 0"vi KATES OFABTEBTHUC. EsTBaainsas and professional card of five lines or leas, per annum, five dollars. hilmtiui i ' For time advertisements, applr at this oface. 3"L al advertisements at status rates- tSTFor transient advertising, sss rates on third pags. X3TAH adTsrtissmsnts payable monthly. -JSB" OFFICE, Eleventh St., ' up " in Journal Building. . ; tkrms: r ... Per year Six month? Three months Single copies r-ji COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1883. WHOLE NO. 706. 03 hi; ipttpi BUSINESS CAEDS. pilAS. SLOASE. (Yek Lnt)" CHINESE LA UN DRY. iBTUmicr -Star Clothing Store" Ne braska Avenue, Columbus. 28-jm C. T. WOOD, M. .. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. jHas opwied the office f rmerli "oc cupied b Dr. Bonesteel. 19:3m. DENTAL PAELOR. On Thirteenth St., and .Nebraska, Ave., over Friedhofa store. ' - jgj-OiHcc hours, 8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m. Olla Ashuaugh, Dentist. ' ATTORN...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 November 1883

THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21, 1883. A smr-CAXAL across Ireland is be ing diEcussed. THERE'are ten counties in Tennes see that have no newspapers.' A plot to tar and feather the Lord Mayor of Dublin has been recently discovered. Last week one hundred cases of typhoid fever were reported at Port Jervie, N". Y. Two Nevada cattle kings are worth $100,000 each, and one of them signs his name "X." A laege number of the English force have recently been ordered home from Egypt. Dewey, the Montreal forger and Bwindler, was held the other day at Boston in $50,000 bail. At Cronanville, Tenn., the other night James Casey killed Thomas E. Zell over a game of cards. President Abthdb has recognized Henry Sackville Treherne as British vice consul at St. Paul, Minn. The three-year-old daughter of Hon. Robert Payne, of Nebraska City, was drowned the other day in an outhouse. The underground railway system, which will soon encircle London, is being built at a cost of $15,000,000 per mile. Russian ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 November 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY NOV. 21, 18S3. Coffin's at Munger'e. David Dowty is sick. Now carpets at Kramer's. Money to loan at Becher's. Charles Matthews is "on the lift.' I Fine merchant tailoring at Kra mer7. Thomas Keating expects to move to town. Born, to Mrs. "Wm. Patterson, a daughter. Be wise and huy your furniture of Munger. "Wanted, a good housekeeper, at Pieyte Bros. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. ' David Thomas is afflicted with very sore eyes. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Gaes'e. H. E. Crandell of Fremont called on us yesterday. Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. Nothing but hard coal in town Monday morning. The Packing House reports a very active day Monday. Commissioner Rivet Is erecting a nice dwelling house. St. M. Slawinski is doing a thriv ing business at Duucan. Ryo sown in the fall makes ex cellent, early spring feed. The Kendall troupe left on the A. & N. Monday morning. All kinds of guns and ammuni tion at Pohl ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 November 1883

Tke DiTtaiMg Id. Tbo Philadelphia Press contain! h following interview with Dr. Seth Pan jcoast, 01 that city, who has gained high repute as a cabalist, and has made life-long study of spiritualism, alchemy and the occult sciences in general. 1 "What is the theory of the operatic 'of the divining rod?" 4 " "Well, in the first movement of the tod there is evidently an attraction, and Jin the second movement, giving, the 'depth, a repulsion. The attraction is destroyed or suspended by covering the end of the rod with a wet cloth, if It is Sattracted bv water, or, if bv a mineral. Jby holding the same kind in the hand or toy binding it to the end of a rod. It can be analyzed into an attractive and .repelling energy, and we must believe that those who are in sympathy with "jthis energy possess a higher state of sus ceptibility and consciousness than is (Possessed by a large majority of the tinman family. What is discovered by jthe divining rod is one kind of energy, ithe person possessi...

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 November 1883

5 V. THE JOURNAL. ISSUKO KVEItY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURjSTKH. & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. RATES OF Al KKTISirMG. (lulttmlm) irontpl SSTBuaineas and professional cards of five lines or lass, per annum, five dollars. 527 For time advertisements, apply at this office. ISTLegal advertisements at statue rates. iSTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. 5TA11 advertisements payable monthly. ! itKLMJiOUS AXII EDUCATIONAL; KWPfr Z2a OFFICE, Eleventh St., vp stairs in Journal Building. ' i.'. terms: Per year .. Six mouths Three months Single copies S '.- - I L ... ... SO VOL. XWNO.-KAt COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1883. WHOLE NO. 707. OS 6 r iT ' BTJSIHESS CAEDS. pHAS. SCOA3iE, (Yee Lee) CHINESE LAUNDRY. 2-Under "Star Clothing Store,'' Ne braska Avenue, Columbus. as-5m f T. WOOD, M. -. -PUTS CJ4-V S UR GEON. ( - jSTIlas opened the office firmerljr oc cupied by Dr. Bonestcel. IJ-dm. DENTAL PAELOE. On Thirteenth St., and Nebraska Ave., over Friedhofs store. 13-om...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 November 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 1883. The supremo court has adjourned to December 18th. The recent issue of silver dollars amounted to 339,000. Majok Nickeeson's resignation has been accepted by the president. Fay your taxes or get into the army, is the law in Madagascar. Johx B. Fdkay, post-office inspec tor at Omaha, has been removed. The salary of the Mayor of New York is stated to be $10,000 a year. Mrs. Julia. Mobbisok, a colored woman of Carbon, Pa., is turning white. Secbetaby Folgeb issued a call last week for $10,000,000 of 3 per cent bonds. Dqjjn'.Piatt likes farming, and says he will write no more for the news papers. Eecovebed rubber and rubber sub stitute,have been placed on the Cana dian free list. George T. Plass, a St. Louis drug gist,lkilled himself the other day with: morphine. Blankets take their name from Sir Thomas -Blariket, of Bristol, who first made them in 1340. Kenney, medical inspector of "Washington City, has been dismissed from the naval service. The Ph...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 November 1883

i S BBBBBT ' i f i 3K-I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY NOV. 28, 1883. Coffin's at Hunger's. Diphtheria at Beatrice. Go and see Ott's novelty. Now carpets at Kramer's. Money to loan at BecherV Mat. Beebe was in town Sunday. Toys, you can get the cheapest at Ott's. Fine merchant tailoring at Kra mer's. Orders for job work promptly filled. Judge A. M. Post wa9 at "Wehoo Inst week. Be wise and buy your furniture of Munger. The Platte valley is the great field for hunters. Wanted, a good housekeeper, at Ployte Bros. Next to post-office, the finest confectionery. Gub. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Gass's. Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. Ed. Smith of Schuyler went back home Monday morning. A very fine display of northern lights Thursday morning. All kinde of guns and ammuni tion at Pohl & WermuOi's. Five cents a year is the lowest poat-offlce salary in the country. Dealers at Beatrice are about adopting the "spot" ca...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 November 1883

THE JOTJBNAL. t WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 1883. Zaiorei at the P::i:2ce, Cdcnta, Hrt., : uessi- clus natter. TEE FIRST HOME-NEST. v6wcet was that morn of lore's content; WhcnXate and I, just wedded. On grave housekeeping business bent, The vilbujo byways threaded; .For at ncst-buildhur round about Were all the birds, new-mated, -And no more thought of boarding out, . Dear Kate said, than if fated To singleness, with all its woes; - And-were our views moro narrow And poor, sho nalvly asked, than thoM Of robin, finch and sparrow? And clad was I to have agreed With her; for, ere was ended Our search, just such a nest at need We found as both commended. "A'humblc. humble cot, well algh By twenty paces bounded. But well within our means, and by A garden wall surrounped. And tbence, with love and thrift so fair s -.A domicile we made It, No fear remained that carping care 1 Or want would ere Invade it. There found we the repose, begun In marriage rites; there mustered Our higher powers; there o...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 December 1883

111 - i ! I "' . " I .. . CMtwilitts THE JOURNAL. KATES OP A1VKKT1S1M. tttpl -GTBuainess and professional car da of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 137 For time advertisements, apply at this office. XSTltegal advertisements at. statue rates. j3TFor transient advertising, aaa rates on third page. J2TA11 advertisements payable monthly. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, "M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietor and Publishers. $3-OFFICE Eleventh St., tip s' in Journal Building' terms: Pcrvear J M .voL.'Xnfe-Mjfe.Ti' COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1883. . WHOLE NO. 708. .ll. U1UI11US Three months 5 Single copies -s. , . 'Kr fbt; uststn t I BTT8IHES8 CABDS. All AM. SL04SE, (Yek Lee) CHINESE LA UNDRY. rtTUnder "Star Clothing Store "Ne t.raka Avenue, Columbus. 3S-3m fl 1'. WOOD, M. ., PHYSICIAN SVRGEON. tSTIlas opened the office f rmerly -occupied by Dr. Bonc.teel. ltf"m- CENTAL PABLOR. On Thirteenth St- and Nebraska Ave., over Friedhofs store. jSTOfficc hours, a to 13 a. in.; 1 to 5 ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 December 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5, 1883. The oil excitement has seized Den- Tax 48th Congress convened on Konday. Dxkver now has artesian water all over the city. Tm snow is from two to three feet deep iu the mountains of Utah. Clouds of locusts have appeared in the State of Puebla, in Mexico. Florida gardners were last week planting their strawberry beds. - The assessed valuation of Colorado for the year 1883 is $110,000,000. It is said that cows are still used to drag the plow in Central Germany. The Texas fence cutters are organ ized under the name of "Ntstlers." Another tunnel under the Thames ii proposed by the citizens of London. Texas has 1,500 lunatics waiting for the state asylum to be finished. The supreme court of Massachu eetti has decided that a woman is a person. The Nebraska City News reports a fatal malady among the horses in that Ticinity. A Milwaukee man asks for di vorce on the grounds that his wife is gossiper. Arapahoe has voted $25,000 to ward making the Denver ex...

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 December 1883

4 STj, V THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY DEC. f, l&S. Coffin's at Munger's. Go and see Ott's novelty. Money to loan at Becher's. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Toys, you can get the cheapest at Ott's. Mrs. W. N. Hensley is on the sick list. Buy useful Holiday presents at Kramer's. Born, to Mrs. C. H. Young, Nov. 22d, a son. Be wise and buy your furniture of Munger. Wanted, a good housekeeper, at Ployte Bros. , Next to post-office, the finest confectionery. Born, to Mrs. W. T. Kansdell, last week, an heir. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Prof. L. J. Cramer is afflicted with orysipelas. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Gass's. Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. Buffalo robes and coats very cheap at Kramer's. George Callison returned home from the west last week. Born, to Mrs. Charles Meckbee, Dec. 4tb, a bouncing boy. All kinds of guns and ammuni tion at Pohl & Wermuth's. A large number of hogs were brought to town Thursday. For overcoats and...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 December 1883

u . ' V' V THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5, 1883. Zsttrti it tie P:rt:2:, Cefcstea. Hit., u utzzi dits Elite:. 2!ff MYSTERY SOLVED. "What is that, mother that curious thing'. Ambling: the streets with a languid swing; With a spike-tail coat, a gorgeous vest And eye-glass dangling on his breast; With dog-skin gloves and bell-crowned hat. And such poor, thin legs, and a stomach flat? Eerie and weird it looks to me. Oh, mother, what can the creature be? Oh, hush, child! hush! 'tis no goblin rude lis only a harmless little 'dude! " "But what is a Mudc?' Oh, mother dear. How did they make a thing so queer? Did it grow while we were fast asleep, Like the grass and the geeso and the pretty sheep? Do rou think that Barnum drew the plan. To have something new for his caravan? It walks like a chicken. Can it fly? Will you tell me about it by-and-by?" "There's little to tell, my child; 'Us plain Tis theurm of a man with a monkey' brcun. Lucy 31. Blinn. in the Continent. ABOUT HATS. The Hat in L...

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 December 1883

THE JOURNAL. KATES OF AOTEMTISIIG. Sfttpxl ISoUKD EVEKV WEDNESDAY, I. K. TURNER fc CO., Proprietors and Publishers. 23" OFFICE, Eleventh St., vp Hairs in Journal Building. terms: Peryear i 22 Six months 5 Tnree months j? Single copies VOL. XIV.-NO. 38. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12, 1888. WHOLE NO. 709. mm .8 I m i r BUSINESS CABUS. C HAS. S!.OA.E, ( Yee Lee) CIIIXESE LA UXDIiY. v-t-.,h,- tnr nothing store. Ne- braska Avenue, Columbus. 5i 3ni f X. WOOD. M. " PHYSICIAXd: SURGEOX. t3THs open'l the office f rnierly oc rupioil 1 Dr. Boneteel. l9-m. DENTAL PASLOR. On Vomer of Tu- Ijth and Xorth Streets, ortrErwt' hardware store. j2-oir- hour-, tf to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m. i,i.n A-JiRAtr.H, Dentist. AOKr-B.tl"5 At Sl-LIVA3f, C .-1 TTORXEYS-A 7 -LA W, lp-stairs in (Hue- Building, 11th street, Above the New bank. H. j. ih;ds., XOTAliY PUBLIC. 12th strret, 2 door wnt or IUbboihI Hob-, Odumbus. X'l- '''-"' rpmrRSXC A: POHEKS. sUHGEUX DEXTISTS. j-Olhec iu Mitchell Block, Colum bus. Xeb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 December 1883

K it THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 1883. Cholera is said to be epidemic at Foo Chow, China. In November $1,972,410 was coined at the Philadelphia mint. Last week there was nine inches of enow at Petoskey, Mich. The favorite amusement of the Em peror of China is to spin a top. The decrease of the public debt daring November was $1,721,676. Tabor, it is said, is about to erect a nice residence in Washington City. "Yankee Doodle" was played in Beecher'a church on Thanksgiving. "Mobmonism is a stink-pot in this nation," says the elegant Henry Ward Beecher. A Geeman in Georgia made a for tune suddenly by speculating and lost bis reason. One farmer in Champaign county, III., recently loBt 117 hogs out of 130, by cholera. Frank Lkmmon stabbed and killed Michael Conney the other night at Pittsburg, Pa. A Georgia man has succeeded in making from sugar cane a beer that will intoxicate. The supreme court of the United States is still about three years be hind the docket. A silver mine of gr...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 December 1883

I ttt R5 ! ,1 L r7 THE JOURNAL. WEDSr-DAY DEC. 12, 1SSJ. Cofiin'r. r. .Hunger's. Go niid ce Ott'e novelty. --Money to loan at Becher's. Ideal p:urP5 at Munger'a. -rTove, jcu can get the cheapest at Ott's. Sheriff Kavanangh was at Omaha last week. Be wise and buy your furniture of Munger. Wanted, a good housekeeper, at Pleyte Bios. Next to post-office, the finest confectionery. S. E. Morgan was in town one day last week. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Louis Kuhne of Scotia was in town last week. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Ga?s's. Lauds bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. The new hard coal is from the Gunnison country. All kinds of guns and ammuni tion ai Pohl & Wermuth's. Herman Oehlrich has been under the weather for a week past. The moet and best good? for the money at A. & M. Turner's. John C. Taskcr has removed to Genoa. Sorry to see him go. The German theatro to-night promises to be ery interesting. Nice pleasant rooms at Clar...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 December 1883

' I ! THE JOURNAL., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 1SS3. Iitt::i it tks P::'.:aco, C:!zatas, Kit.. s uzszi disz carter. BY TEE WASHES. We stood for a little together, The water kissing our feet; Around us glowed glad bright weather; The morning and you were sweet. I thought, as you stood there dreaming, Twas you that lighted the day; And the water, glancing and gleaming And hurrying ever away, " "Vocal with brief light laughter. As past you it fled to the sea. Seemed to linger a little, and after I think it agreed with me. Slushed with the wind and glowing. Silent you stood awhile. Hair in the sunlight blowing. Smiling a dreamy smile. The water sang: "Love is a treasure." "A treasure,' my soul replied; And the pain of it and the pleasure. Sweeter than all beside." And I saw the wavelets glitter. Glad but to kiss your feet; And the wind sang: "Life may be bitter. But loving can xnako it sweet." And she laughed and loitered around yon. Surely finding you fair; And the merry sun ki&sod and cr...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 December 1883

fir 4 Ifc j mi . r. THE JOTTRNAL. ISrOI'.lt KVCKY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURjSTEK & CO., Proprietors and Publisher. l-OFFICE Eleventh St. in J'jumal BuihUng. vp fair." t E k m s : Io r year "ix month Three month? S in i.'lc conlfis . 100 so OS BUSINESS CAKDS. t AS. SB.O lK. ( Yeb Leu) CHINESE LA UNDRY. ( rSTmlrr -Star Clothing -Store Si-. .T" ... . ...... 'nllltl'hll. JS-..31 ir;iiKu .vtvuui., - C 't yui "- " ........ -ma Hi 1'JI YS1 CI AX & S Ull GEO. rjrui opened the ofiice f rmerlv or. rul.i..l l.y Dr. B-.n-.tcel. l-3ni. DENTAL PATRLOE. On Come-of Twelfth and North Streets. ovir 'Ernst's hardware store. -rrs'i mice l..i-r-. y to 12 a. m.: I to .1 p. m. oi.LA Af'.iUAt'OH, Dentist. lOli.-fKS'U"" Sl'l'UTAJf, C ATTORNEYS-AI-LA W, r-.--T.ilrs in Oluck ullding,lltL street, A hove the Sow hank. PT .3. IfS;i.Vi. XOTAUY PUBLIC, IStli Street,:! door, wrst of Ilf.ronion.1 House, Columbus, Xeb. 491-y rpiUJKSTO.X A: POWERS SURGEON DENTISTS, j2TOfli.:e in Mitchell Ulock, Colum bu, Xol.ra-fcu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 December 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19, 1883. The Mormons look upon dancing as immoral. Theee is a Mormon community in Smith Co., Texas. Mormon missionaries report "good business" in Texas. A dozen colored Mormons arrived last week at Salt Lake. Yodno seals have appeared in the St. Lawrence river this year. Tbinidad, (Col.) merchants use pro fane words in their advertisements. It is stated that there is 3 cents Worth of gold in every ton of sea water. One" Canadian firm has sent eleven tons of frogs' legs to New York this season. The name of the only colored mem ber of the house of representatives is O'Hara. The excise law was strictly enforc ed throughout New York City last Snnday. It is stated that $300,000 is annually expended for Christmas cards in this country. The British Parliament will not bold a session until some time in February. It is claimed that Norway has a heavier ocean tonnage than the Uni ted States. Two thousand northern sportsmen are said to be hunting in Virginia this ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 December 1883

; tr 15? k 'v a w THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY DEC. 19, 1S33. Coffin's at Hunger's. Go and eee Ott's novelty. Money to loan at Bcchers. Ideal pictures at plunger's. Follow the crowd to "Fitz's." Toys, you can get the cheapest at Ott'e. Gift books! Gift books! at Fitz patrick's. 8-34-1 The ewearing-off season is al most here. Be wise and buy your furniture of Munger. "Wanted, a good housekeeper, at Pleyte Bros. Mr. Gatvard of Genoa was in town Friday. Major Frank North went to Den ver last week. Miss Duffey goes to her old home in "Wisconsin. Next to post-office, the finest confectionery. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Cass's. Remember Keating's sale to-morrow (Thursday). Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. The finest Albums in toivn at Dowty & Kelly's. A light snow was noticeable Monday morning. Boston Ideals to-morrow night. General admission 50 cents. Iiickly & Hoffman's is the place to buy good health...

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