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

i1 t. IP; V w Li Corpaleat People. The witty Sydney Smith once re marked of an inordinately stout lady, whose dimensions were being somewhat humorously commented upon in his presence, "that were she to rise in re volt against the constituted authorities it would be necessary to read the riot act and disperse her." What extrava gancies of comical spcculatian would the witty canon have indulged in were he alive to-day and noted vthe growing plumpness and portly rotundity of our middle-aged women. Mature observers have noticed the development of the American society iemale from the na tional lean'type to embonpoint. English matrons areTproverbially portly, and un doubtedly their American cousins, as the countrv grows older, and good care and the refinements of life are more en joyed, are destined to be similarly cir cumstanced. The admixture of Teu tonic blood in our American women will not cause them to deteriorate any In obesity. Climate has undoubtedly much to do with corpulency. Th...

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 March 1883

BATES OF AattVEBTltlinc;- fcj Business and profeasional cards of five) lines or less, per annum, five dollars. Es7 For time advertisements, apply at'this office. 7Legal advertisements at statae rates- fiTPor transient advertising, ass rates on third page. XdTAH advertisements payable monthly. (fuhUltutt) n 1" OFFICE. Eleventh St., up Hairs iii Journal Building. i k kjis: Per year Six months Three months . Single copies VOL. XIII.-N0. 47. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 21, 1883. WHOLE NO. 671. THE JOURNAL. ISUi:i EVEKY WKPXE&DAY, M. k. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. ilii I $2 Q 198 SO .... 05 V N I k LaW I V BUSINESS CARDS. DENTAL PARLOR. On Thirteenth St.. and Nebraska Ave., over Friedhof store. jSTOfficc hours 8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. in. Om.a AMMAUfiii, Dentist. iOK'131II'!4 SWlAlVAW. ATTORN EYS-A7-LA W, Ip-stalr in (iluck Kuilding, 11th btreet, Above the New bank. TJ J. 1II'1S4. NOT A BY PUBLIC. 12th Slrn-t.2 ilor nct of Hammond Houw, Columbus. Neb. 491-y RES...

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

I F! THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 18S3. Journeymen tailors were on a strike last week at Denver. A cbemation society with a capital of $100,000 will be formed at Chicago booh. The Norwegian bark Sarah has been totally wrecked, and three of her crew drowned. At Chicago Jere Dunn was held by the coroner's jury, without ball, for killing Jim Elliott. The town hall cf Hyde Park, Mass., was consumed the other day, by fire, creating a loss of $35,000. Kecent news from St. Petersburg sayB that Vera Philipova, an import ant Nihilist, has been arrested. The New York Supreme Court has decided that a stock exchange seat is part of -the assets of a bankrupt firm. The star route trial still occupies the attention of the. court, with a fair prospect of-ending sometime during the present generation. The Statician of the Agricultural Department at Washington says he has received no reports of injury to the growing wheat crop. The New Jersey senate has passed a bill prohibiting the sale of toba...

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

T THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MARCH 21, 1883. B. & 31. TIME TABLE. Leaves Columbus, " Bellwood " David City. 44 Garrison, " Ulysses, ' Staplehurst, " Seward, 44 Rubv, 44 Milford 44 Pleasant Dale, 44 Emerald, Arrives at Lincoln, Leaves Lincoln at 2:25 P. .. 5:45 A.M. . 0:30 " 7.20 " 7:40 " 8:25 " 8:55 " !:30 " 9:50 " 10:13 10:45 " 11:10 " 11:45 M. M. and ar- rives In Columbus 8:30 p. M. 3Iakes close connection at Lincoln for all points east, west and south. Situation urn Prlatcr. A ColurahuB boy, 13 years old, with 3 years experience at the case, wants a situation immediately where he can have a home and some wages. Ad dress, with term, L. K.,care of Jour nal office, Columbus, Neb. 47 New carpets at Kramer's. Gasoline at Will T. Rickly's. Yes, it pays to trade at Kramer's. Arthur Cato has gone to Falls City. A girl wanted at the Nebraska House. A. Mathis lost two horses and one cow recently. W. 1. Benson was in town Friday on laud business. Alfalfa Clover Seed for sale at John Taunahi...

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

, .--V. , A. .-iv.- Strang SalciiM. Suicide has always been a method of escaping the ills that flesh is heir to, more or less favored by humanity. In the purer days of Greece and Kome, self murder was regarded as a crime, and by tray of punishment the body was sub fected to disgrace. In Greece, for in stance, the corpse was buried instead of being burned. In most of the countries of antiquity, however, suicide was con sidered an act of courage, as disem boweling is even now in China, and in some places was even a lawful act In ' the island of Ceos the magistrates had the power Of determining whether a person had sufficient reasons for killing himself. A poison was kept and given to the applicant who made out his case before the magistracy. The same custom pre vailed among the Massilians, the ancient inhabitants of Marseilles. One of the most singular features of uicide is that it has been known to pre vail epidemically. If oue person strikes out some new method of self-destruction. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 March 1883

i. - ? c .?yya AKTi8in; EjTBusineas and professional cards aCfiyellncs or less, per annumjajsre dollars. IS! For time advertiaemeate, apply at this office. ,, iSTliegal adveitisasients at statue iate8' .:.e- ,.- ' sSTFor transieat .advartlalafviaee rates oa third page. , 1f 53TA11 advertisements- payable monthly . tw jjnrtKO &S" OFFICE, Eleventh St., up ftairs iit Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months Three months Single copies .r-r L.. ' ikWjULl 1W- '.' ac.te a 'a xio COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 28, 1883. ' UL.Ailli-r-JNU. JW. WH0LE4N0 672. 11 i ! :o r -3. '!jmW 1 THE JOURNAL. IsSUKD XVSRY WKDNKSDAY, M. K. TTXRNER. &, CO.. - Proprietor! and Publishers. . ... j jz a, f -y-9m. . -A - . -fc. . ui - 5 -QW- 'rt2 Jl at L- . Infin'iAllifTw I u :sJU! I I" I I' 111 I I jl :!, tt U-trot 99 I Lv BTJ8IHESS CAED8. DENTAL PABLOB. On Thirteenth St., and Neiratka Axe., over Friedhvfi store. jarOfflee houra, B to 12 a. m.: 1 to o p. tn. Olla ASHBauoh, Dentist. C lOaMa-Lll.'! 9I7...

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

il r WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, WW. The Pilot reports more ntU pox at Blair. Dodge county fair Septambtr 6-7, tha week immediately procediaf the State fair. Tsc city marshal of Ifakeleld, Neb., is entitled to 60 caaU far every dag lieslays. One of tat moat aerare saow storms of tha aeaio& on the 19th tbronghoat theOatariea. Tn Qty of Berlia from LiTerpool .broaght last week $250,000 in apacto -to this coaatry. Two thonaaad cows hara baaa aa cared to faraiah the material for the -Foaca creamery. Tn B. M. road brought 160 cars of emigrant movables to Lincoln in one week recently. Tn Froatier couaty caart kouaa, with all the ceaaty records were bnraed the other night Walter Scott, the arieUag areee manvMctarar, has aolA his patemte to B. Hoe Co. for $100,000. A. W. Wtman, asaiatant V, & traa orar, has been appoiatai traaaarar in place of Gilfillan, resigned. At St. Petersburg one day last week two dynamite depots were discovered. Forty arrests haro been made. Qcxkn Victoria slipped o...

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

I I "-r,f THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MARCH 26, 1883. B. & 31. T13IE TABLE. Leaves Columbus, 5:43 a. M. " Bclhvood 6:30 " " David City, 7.20 " " Garrison, 7:40 " " UIvsscb, 8:2Ti " " Staplehurst, 8:W " Seward, 9:0 " " lliibv, 9-M " Milford 10:1" " Pleasant Dale, 10:4." " " Emerald 11:10 " Arrives at Lincoln, 11:45 m. Loaves Lincoln at 2:25 p. u. and ar rives iu Columbus 8:30 P. M. Makes close connection at Lincoln for all points cast, west and south. Spring delays. New carpets at Kramer's. -Gasoline at Will T. Rickly's. Tuesday night Jubilee Singcra. Black Ottoman silk at Kramer's. Dr. Mitchell was in town last week. A light fall of snow Monday night. See HonahRij'fl atock of bootR and shoes. A girl wanted at the Nebraska Houpc. IJuy one of Kramer's health cornets. H. Millet, Esq., left for Denver Monday. Hon. Ci. W. Post was in the city Friday la9t. Charley Dietrich started Sunday for Cincinnati. Do not forget the Jubilee Singers Tuesday night. Xlilrly yards of calico for f 1 at Kra...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 March 1883

I 5 h ifc I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAKCI1 2St 1883. Zsttri at tki ?Ntoflct, Cohntts, Hri., u it:al cum autttr. COMING HOME AT LAST. On the proposed removalof the remains of John Howard Payne to this country. .Tfle banishment was o verlbny. But It will soon be past; The man who wrote Home's sweetest song -Is coming' homo at lastl .- Toryara his poor abode was seen In foreign lands alone. And wares have thundered loud between Thls'sln jrer and his own. But he will soon be Journeying To friends acroas the sea: And grander than of any King His welcome here shall be! ' He cannot come with cheerful brow, ' And step of conscious pride; He will not hear the tributes now That fall opvery side; And when we tell him how hl3 rich 'Sad strains our hearts hav? sought, He cannot tell the price at which -The yearning words were bought! .' And silently this man-must come i ; Unto the waiting throng . Who gave a trumpet voice tv Home, Ana thrilled the world with song! .- He wandered o'er the dreary ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 April 1883

KATS9 OF AavYEKTlSaTI . i u- "Ean.i"a and profaaakuaalearda of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. TS3 For time advertisements, apply at this office. 2dTXgal advertisements at status rates- JSFTov transient advsrtisiagi see rates on third page. TA11 advertleesaeats payable monthly. terms: Per year .. Six month? Three months Single copies .92 1 3 VOL. XIIL--NO. $9. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 4, 188B. WHOLE NO. 673. THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVKEY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TTTRJS'.ER & CO., Proprietors aad Publisher!. S3-OFFICE, Eleventh St., vp stairs ih Journal Building. 4 SaV.' m iifiwlws - 1TJSDTESS CARDS. DEJTAL PABIOR. On Thirteenth St., and Xebraska Ave over Friedhofs store. jy Office hours, 3 to 12 a. m.; 1 to " p. m. Olla ASHBaugh, Dentist. 0 lOs:IX.HJ9 SUaAIYAI". ATT0HXETS-A7-LA Wt Up-stairs in Gluck Building, 11th street, Above the New bank. TT J. OII1WMMU NOTARY PUBLIC, 12th Strtet. t Joor went or Hsnaoad Hoatt, Columbus, Neb. 491-J Ta. M. O. THWKSTOJf, RESIDENT DENTIS...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 April 1883

UtftiMiMta-------- MaaBiiHiHBiaaaaaBaaMaHMHHaMBlaaHBBa,aHsaaBaMa"a'la'a'aB l ! ' THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, APBIL 4, 1883. Scarlet fever is reported to still prevail about Lincoln. The enow storm at Baltimore, Md., the other day left four inches of snow. The state fish commission hare 400, 000 young white fish and 2,000 Ger man carp. The other night three horses were stolen from Liberty precinct, near Plattsmonth. President Arthur appointed John L. Farrish, of Illinois, consul at Chem nitz, Saxony. The President has suspended Soren Listoe, register of the land office, Fer gus Falls, Minn. The Lincoln driving park associa tion will have races from May 15 to 18, with 13,000 in purses. Mary Safford has taken 200 acres of land near Tarpew, Florida, where she intends to plant a colony. Thos. H. Herndox, member-alect of congress from the First district ia Alabama, died en the 18th nit Johk Snyder was arrested the oth er day at Philadelphia, Pa., charged with murdering his wife Alice. The sta...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 April 1883

. . t f- THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY APRIL 4, 1533. B. & M. TIME TABLE. Leaves Columbus, 5:45a.m. " Bellwood 6:30 " " David City, . 7.20 " ' Garrison, 7:4G Staplehurst, . ... sum Seward 9:30 " Bubv, . . 9i50 Milford. 10:15 Pleasant Dale, 10:45 " Emerald, ... 11:10 " Arrives at Lincoln, 11:45 v. Leaves Lincoln at 2:25 p. at. and ar rives in Columbus 830 p. M. Jiakes close connection at Lincoln for all point? east, west and south. New carpets at Kramer's. Gasoline at Will T. Rickly's. New goods at Noma r Taylor's. Black Ottoman silk at Kramer's. Several quiet falls of snow last week. See Honahan s stock of boots and shoes. - Born. March 30, to Mrs. Jno.Seipp a son. A girl wanted at the Nebraska House. Buy one of Kramers health corsets. Best cabinet glue tor sale at J, E. Hunger's. 1 TTm. Tyrrell returned home Thursday. Tkirt j jrauras f calico iar SI at Kramer'. Moline wagons -at M. C. Bloe dom's, Humphrey. - Fremont is to have a three-story steam flouring mill. Girl wanted. Call at th...

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

I 6. THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1883. Ittntl at it Pettofici, CslzataJ. Hrt., it itena cUh aitttr. OSCAB. AS AUTOBIOOBAPHIOAI. 8TMPHOMT Ilf OBA6 GREEK. Comparatively few of the advance ahscta of Oscar Wftde'8 still unfinished book about America have as ret found tholr war from London to New York. But It Is pretty well - understood in the knowing literary circles of England that the work will contain the follow Ing- passionate metrical moan, and that ths saoanja founded upon fact. It was Bhellay who long- ago wrote of the race of bards: They learn In suffering1 what they teach to son." The quotation will be apt to occur to many persons as, with eyes sbOused with the divine osw of sympathy, they peruse the beautiful lines that follow: i. Ah ne aa I brood in my boudoir here. With Its sumptuous dado hair divine, Ib thought I return to the time fell drear far away o'er the tame Atlantic brine. zt. A-weary the vision comes and jrocs Luc a man attending high-Art lectures And I ask, w...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 April 1883

c2wwiUfrai MIM inJate-a - OF aW1 THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVEIlY WKUXEbDAY, M. K. TTJl-fcSTKR & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. i arBasiatta naitaniUsiiaaiil rsrja of five lines or less, per annum, .five It 'dollars. ,. ,257 For Urn advertisements, applf at thia office. i , i li i i ii. .i .ri-. 1 i miiri f ' . -r- - . T . ! um i.m.m.im0mw0.vimm'm.,mm. . ' T . ; : r j ,. . ' : -; , ( -' , Jfc. " ' UJs-9 . '" ...... . .- . ... . . . ?4y,fVMfVFtm N a m 9' IS" OFFICE,-Eleventh St., up flairs in Journal Building. TERMS: 82 OO 1 OO C5 Per ypar Six: month Three months Single copies BUSINESS CARDS. ' V DENTAL PARLOR. On Thirteenth St.. and Nebraska Ave., . over Friedhofs store. jgr ifficc hour-,, s to VI a. in ; 1 to .', p. in. Oi.i-v A-SHCAUOH, Dentist. r3i ttojxx e ys-a 7 -la w, IIp.lli in ':. BuIMing.lltb atreet, Alve th Sow I:ink. tt j. m;io, XOTAHY TUJiLTC. 12th Street, -J door et of Hammond House, Cuhtmbus. Ni-b. 4!,,--v T-K. M. IKTIIIKSTO., 1 UESWUX-f iTEKtlST. OtUi-c over corner ol...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 April 1883

:: ir ;- r' - I. il 'i u .i I- i THE JOTJBNAL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1883. 1 Br the assessor's census Blair has a population of 2,233. AIbailboao eating-house is being built at West Point. The estimated reduction of the pub ' lie debt for March is 19,500,000. There is a big small-pox scare at Galena and Empire City, Kansas. G. W. Post took charge of the in 1 ternal revenue office at'Omaha on the 2d inst. The President haB appointed E. O. Graves assistant treasurer of the Unit- ed States. ': The private bank of P. H.Tomkins, '6( Elpaso, 111., closed its doors one day last week. Chbistine Nilsson dined with the ': President at the White House the - other evening. ' Eleven new cases of small-pox were reported one day last week at Nashville, Tenn. .Six deserters, recently captured -: somewhere west, were brought into '-fort Omaha on Tuesday. t . Confederate graves and monu ments were handsomely decorated at New Orleans on the 6th inst. . Max Bruch, the famous German "composer, organizer ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 April 1883

. N V THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY APRIL 11, 1883. B. & M. TIME TABLE. Leaves Columbus, 5:45 a. M. ' Bellwood :30 " " DaTld City, 7.20 " " Garrison, 7:40 " " Ulysses, 8:2o " " Staplehurst, 8 " " BeWMd, 9:30 " " Ruby, 90 " " Milford 10:15 ' " Pleasant Dale, 10:45 " " Emerald, 11:10 " Arrives at Lincoln, 11:45 M. Leaves Lincoln at 2:25 p. U. and ar rives in Columbus 8:30 p.m. Makes close connection at Lincoln for all points east. 'West and south. Dr. Fisbblatt Saturday. New carpets at Kramer's. Gasoline at Will T. Rickly's. Follow the crowd to "Fitz's." 3 New goods at Norrl9 & Taylor's. Black Ottoman silk at Kramer's. Win. Tyrrel has gone to Omaha. A girl wanted at the Nebraska House. Bay one of Kramer's health corsets. Green apples 40 eta. a peck at J. Rasmussen's. 1 Talrty yaran eremite fr ft at Kramer's. Moline wagons at M. C. Bloe dorn's, Humphrey. 2 Girl wanted. Call at the resi dence of A. M. Post Numerous prairie fires Sunday "all around the sky." Omaha steel barb wire at M. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 April 1883

rc V. 3S. yw I?! K i , i T !:. ,2m JOWRNAp. WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL 11, 1883. IsUril t til ratcflJirCtliatu. ibM satin. - " : !., ai itws.1 .-i- '.TTUJXSTOJtT. . " MffeJQrfii3ar5ia. 'atttii!MBeeUw tsu-nlexs rails-' ".ffomnbrt&Vid sbutHfZkarpianny sao-fsr Lit'j t i ' - rtr - .. "i . T-ir.r tr Mr' 1 . fSgHBeiraliTiippnMoked'VMiemsUfl. , sail nearer,, ruquuuiva, win couia sse aor who -wouiagiww Ana "voIcsl8a$m rMdiff weed? Across the track--aijd then unU4 , "-uHerllttloproftfrotn her Bide:", S Aa4ftTedtttwllUrrsbeeouM, J" tl2 Jtf OBirftks irUat bef lll . SHo-dronttoMMUutfiaclE- " Of tkat buffe monster, nearing fart, Tlie engineer bis eyjairhi cast On toer. tfeere oa the curving track. And heed her slg-aat" ere he passed l v ssUnds'wiUisnout radVai-nimfbeck; -Oaoomw the train with thunderior roar: .-.The fireman seea-r:be1oolcsooce more ' Me sees a little wavlu speck. '- And slackening; slower moves ana Slows. " "Hi, little girl, what's all tfcUrow2" -Another train ! Mr ears it stuns 1 cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 April 1883

mim wi 3L.EJ cs --. a ,-. BATES OP AlWEMTISUVC;. liittfill GTBusineerand professional carda of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. S37 For time advertisements, apply at this office. KTXegal advertisements at state rates. BTFor transient advertlsinf, see rates on third page. 2"7AU advertisements payable monthly. I ISSUED KVEUY,. WEDNESDAY? ' M. Iv. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. JS OFFICE-Eleventh St., J J fairs in .torrnal Building. '1 ' ;i i a '. - 1! ' G00: "i TKRMS: 3 . , r . a a PerTear Six months Three months Single copies MMiMb!: 1 OO . . ffo OS COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 18, 1888. WHOLE NO. 675. CSSe 1W "k v X N BUSINESS CAEDS. V DENTAL PARLOR. On Thirteenth St., and Nebraska Are., over Friedhofs store. jgj-OQlce hour. S to 12 a. in : 1 to r.p. m. Oi.i.a AMiiiAf:ii, Dentist. O lOBKEI'H A JIIM-VA A TTORKEYS-A 'It LA W, . j - Up-stairsiiiClmk UuildiiiK. llti street, Above the New brink. TJ .J.. HIIDMOK. .. - not A i; y r un'i:TC. " 12th Strt.i iliu...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 April 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1883. There were eighty-six deaths from small-pox at New Orleans last week. President Arthur and party are en route to Gardner's Island to camp -fiMva week. It is claimed that the English po lice Are iu possession of the greatest plot of modern times. ;Oxe of the buildings of the Ameri can Powder Co., at Actou, Mass., ex ploded, killing two men. Ax emery wheel burst the other day in the Cincinnati Cooperage "Work's, and killed two -men. -A cyclone south and east of Hot Springs the other night demolished "farm-houses, fences, bridges and trees. Postmaster-Gen. Gresham arrived ?n Wouhfncrton on the 10th. He will be the guest of Gen. Foster for sev eral days. The Scranton steel company located at Scranton, Pa., started last week its new millB, employing over one thou sand men. During a terrific gale the other day at Yarmouth, England, six fishing smacks went down and forty sailors were lost. "With the three new counties of Brown, Cherry and Loup recent...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 April 1883

IA U! r i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY AJ.'RIL 18, 1853. B. &, H. TIME TABLE. Leaves Columbus, 5:45 a.m. " Bellwood 6:30 " " DaTid City , 7.20 " Garrison, 7:46 " " UljBSCB, 8:25 " " Staplehurst, 8: " " Seward, 9:30 " " Ruby, 9:50 " " Milford. 10:15 " Pleasant Dale, 10:45 " " Emerald .'..11:10 " Arrives at Lincoln, 11:45 ar. Leaves Lincoln at 2:35 p. M. and ar rives in Columbus 8:30 r. m. Makes close connection at Lincoln for all points east. Treat and south. '" - - Farmers, are Tery btay. New carpets at Kramer's. Gasoline at Will T. Biddy's. Monday, April 23d, Remenyi. Follow the crowd to "Fitz's." 3 Black Ottoman silk at Kramer's. G. W. Westcott has a new. wind mill. Buy one of Kramer's health corsets. A new coat of red paint at the U. P. depot. More deaths from diptheria at Fremont. Combination folding beds at J. E. Hunger's. 2 Lindell Hotel is putting down a new sidewalk. Tnlrty yarn of calico for 91 at Kramer. Frank Gillett will begin to deliver milk on May 1st. James Lynch of Pla...

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