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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 October 1883

THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1883. IrUrei a. due sittir. the Pctt:2:i, C:lsrta, Hel.. u iwezl- THE OLD PIANO. ' Still aild dllKk-f la th lnniMtlnuil Wltnil latlingerinR shadows and what false per- Of -Eastern 1UUC treasures I sandal-wood and With nard and cassia an& with rosea blent. Let In the sunshine. Quaint cabinets arc here, boxes and fans. And-hoardod letters full of hopes and plans; Ipass them by. I came once more to sen The old piano, dear to memory, ' In past days mine. Of all sad voices from forgotten years. Its Is tho saddest; see, what tender tear prop-on the yellow keys, as, soft and slow, I play some melody of Ions' ago. How strange it seems ! The thin, weak notes, that once were rich and Strom? G ive only now the shadow of a song--The dying1 echo of the fuller strain That I shall never, never hear again, Unlossjin dreams. 'What hands have touched it! Fingers small and white. Since stiff and weary with life's toil and fight; Xfearjclinging hands, that Ions' ha...

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. — 17 October 1883

KATES OF AlWEKTISINC;. THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WKDNKfcDAY, M. K. TUENKR & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. SSTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 237 For time advertisements, apply at this office. ISTLegal advertisements at statue rates. E"TFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. ISTAII advertisements payable monthly. S3" OFFICE Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Per year . Six months Three months Single copies .92 OO . 1 OO 50 OS VOL. XIY.--N0. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEK 17, 1888. WHOLE NO. 701. inttpiti lite r s J BUSINESS CAEDS. p T. WOOD. " " PHYSICIAN iD SURGEON. t3"Has opened the office f nnerly oc cupied by Dr. Bonesteel. l9-3m. DENTAL PARLOR. On Thirteenth St., and Nebraska Ave., over Fricdhof store. Uaroilice hours, 8 to 12 a.m.; 1 to 3 p.m. Oi.la ASHHAUCii, Dentist. 0 10B3tEIICN MUauE.1T AN. A TTOHXE YS-A T-LA W, Up-stairs in tfluck Building. 11th itreet, Above the New bank. H. J. CH'ISO...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 October 1883

- THE JOUKNAX. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17, 1883. REPUBLICAK STATE TICKET. For Judge of the Supreme Court is B. REESE, of Saunders. For Regents of University (long term) MILTON J. HULL, of Clay, JOHN T.MALLAL1EU, of Buffalo. For Begents of University (short term) JESSE M. HIATT, of Harlan. ED. P. HOLMES, of Pierce. Femrtk Judicial District Tick.t. . For Judge of the District Court for the Fourth Judicial District A. M. POST, of Columbus. For District Attorney for the Fourth Ju dicial District WM. MARSHALL, of Fremont. Rj sribliesv Commty Tiokct. For Treasurer GUS. G. BECHER. For County Clerk HENRY BAGATZ. For Sheriff GEORGE TV. CLARK. For Judge WALTER S. WELLS. For County Commissioners JOSEPH RIVET. JOHN TANNAHILL. For Supt. Public Instruction J. E. MONCRIEF. For County Surveyor JOHN G. ROUTSON. For Coroner C.D.EVANS. Pl&tlV We, the republicans of Nebraska, in convention assembled, reaffirm the great principles upon which the na tional republican party has appealed to the people and rece...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 October 1883

V r. 1 1 THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY OCT. 17, 1S33. The Domestic. Fine candies at Ott's. Turn out and see the races. The light-running Domestic. E. "W- OU, next to post-office. Buffalo robes for $2 at Kramer's. "Watch for trick6 on election day. New barber shop in the Clotber House. Wedding suits made to order at Kramer's. Go to Honahan's for your boots and shoes. 2 Boys leather shoes only 50 cents at Kramer's. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Lippit, Leak & Go's, gloves are not made to rip. School books of all kinds at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. 18-lf Lands bought and sold by Gns. G. Becher & Co. Flannels and waterproofs very cheap at Kramer's. School books, cheap, at Turner's book and music store. Ex-Sexator Morse of Clarksyille was in town Saturday. Diphtheria is still doing fatal work in Dodge county. The light-ruuuiug, quiet Domes tic is the machine to buy. Ott is selling a pound of fine mixed candy for 25 cents. Fred. Shaw returned home Thurs day evening with hi...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 October 1883

TT A THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17, 1SS3. Istirsi xt tis Fe::::t, Co'.rr'i, Het.. i: u::zi- ONLY. Only & snrea of hair set in a ring; Yet how 1 prize that lock of silken halrl I do efteem it as a priceless thing. And evermore the precious bauble wear Only a little chair. Ion? vacant now. But memory often fills the empty seat: A fair, sweet child, with calm and sinless brow, I seo in fancy sitting at my feet. Only the portrait of a childish face. The silent shadow of a vanished forn. Pressed often to my own in glad embrace. With loving prattlo and fond kisses warm. Only some broken toys; but oh ! to mo They are the relics of a happy past; Kept as a treasure under lock and key. Memetoes of a time too bright to last. Only some llttlo garments, worn and old, Gazed at in secret sorrow now and then; Guarded as misers hoard their darling gold. And hide the treasures from the eyes of men. Only two tiny shoes worn-out almost; You would not deem them worth a passing thought; But oh I th...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 October 1883

THE JOURNAL. MATES OF AOTEMTISirVC;. hilmtnt) (The onpt tSTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. S3 For time advertisements, applr at this office. SaTLegal advertisements at statue rates JQTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. X7A11 advertisements payable monthly. OF GENERAL INTEREST. Issued kveky wkdxiiiy, M. K. TURNER So CO., Proprietors and Publishers. JS OFFICE, Eleventh .St.. up Hairs in Journal Building. h' TKIIMM Per year Six fuonth Thiee months Single copir- .jStf OO 1 OO so OS . J J i. u VOL. XIV.-NO. 26. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1883. WHOLE NO. 702. t. L BUSINESS CAHDS. 9 "I T. 1YOOE), 31. c PHYSICIANS- SVIlGEOX t2TH-i opem-d the office formerly oc cupied by Dr. BonesteeL l9-'"m. DENTAL PARLOR. On Thirteenth St., and Nebraska Ave., over Friedhof- store. ESroiIir.- honi-. Mo 12. i. in.; 1 to ."!. oi i a A.-iunMiH, Dentist. SCi:i-l'J?S Ac NUBjI.IVASV. J A TTOJiXEYS-A 1-LA W, 1 p-taii- in t;li4; Uuildinj,-...

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. — 24 October 1883

T - 1' THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 1883. EEPUBLICJLK STATE TICKET. For Judge of the Supreme Court 31. B. IiEESE, of Saunders. For Regents of University (long term) MILTON J. HULL, of Clay, JOHN T. MALLAL1EU, of Buffalo . For RegentB of University (short term) JESSE M. HIATT, of Harlan. ED. P. HOLMES, of Pierce. Foartk Judicial District Ticket. For Judge of the District Court for the Fourth Judicial District A. M. POST, of Columbus. For District Attorney for the Fourth Ju dicial District Vil. MARSHALL, of Fremont. RepaWoaa Ceutjr Ticket. About the moBt remarl of literature in Nebraska a late number of the in For Treasurer-GUS. G. BECHER. For County Clerk HENRY RAGATZ. For Clerk of District Court AUGUSTUS TV. CLARK. For Sheriff GEORGE W. CLARK. For Judge WALTER S. WELLS. For County Commissioners JOSEPH RIVET, JOHN TANNAHILL. For Sunt. Public Instruction J. E. MONCRIEF. For County Surveyor JOHN G. ROUTSON. For Coroner C.D.EVANS. Five hundred citizens have asked that Holt county be...

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. — 24 October 1883

V. THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY OCT. 2L 18S3. The Domestic. Snow yesterday. Fine candies at Ott'e. MoneT.to loan at Becher'a. The light-running Domestic. E. "VYr. Ott, next to post-office. Buffalo robes for $2 at Kramer's. Wedding suits made to order at Kramer's. Go to Houaban's for your boots and shoes. 2 Boys leather shoes only 50 cents at Kramer's. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. Dance. At Small's Rink, Friday night, Oct. 2Gth. 1 School books of all kinds at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. 18-lf Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. Flannels and waterproofs very cheap at Kramer's. School books, cheap, at Turner's book and music store. Those in need of money can pro cure loans at Becher'a. The light-running, quiet Domes tic is the machine to buy. Ott is selling a pound of fine mixed candy for 20 cents. The anti-monopolists of Colfax county endorse Judge Post. Wanted. A good clerk who can speak German, at Galley Bros. An excellent stock of candies at E. "W. Ott's, nex...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 October 1883

Ill i THE JOURNAL.! WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 1883. StUrtl it tfct Pert:S:i, Cckatu, Uti., u ztzzzi Um sttttr. JIOTF TTE ZRIE1 TO TEACHES. LICK TEE TOLD AT THE OLD SETTLERS' MEETING. I wuz a boy o seventeen, ungainly, dull an tall. Ez green ex eny crozlin' but I tho't I knew it all. I went to school at Piano. I chopped up wood an' chorcd For Zephaniah Wilkinson to pay him fur my board. One day Philctus Phlnncy, another boy in cpnnnl About ez rough an' raw ez I about ez big a Jhrt hinted In a private way, 'twould be a right An give ua lota o' glory, if we'd up an lick tae icaciier. He wouldn't ask no better fun than Just to make him climb. We'd have a long vacation an' a whopper o a tlmn The teacher ho wuz sickly he wuz not ez big cz i I knew that we could bounce him if we didn't a half but try. Fur eny one on lookin' at him would a said on sight Ther wuzn't eny sand in him an' not a speck o'flght. His hands they was:i t accustomed much to hangin' on to plows, To hoin corn, to cradlin whea...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 October 1883

stATESJ OP ADfEBTI!jiniG. futumlm-i 0trpi 23TBaslness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum'nve dollars. 13! Por time adrertisements, apply at this office. SSTLegal advertisements at statue rates. TFor transient advertising-, aes rates on third page. STAll advertisements payable monthly. & OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Per year ... Six months Three months Single copies .3 GO . lOO SO 05 VOL. XIV.-NO. 27. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 81, 1888. WHOLE NO. 708. THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVEttY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TUK-ISTER cSo CO., Proprietors and Publishers. lis i . r BUSINESS CAEDS. r T. WOOD, 31. . PHYSICIAN SURGEON. J3THH!. opened the-ofiice f irnierly oc cupied !y Dr. Bouesteel. l9-3ni. DENTAL PARLOR. On TJtirtetnth St.. and Nebraska Ave., over Friedhofs store. X-Oflice hours, S lo 12 a.m.; 1 to 3 p.m. OLI.A ASHB4UGH, Dentist. ioit:vi:i-ii' wi'ixiTAX, A TTOJi XE YS-A T-LA W, Up.slair- in Gluek Kullding, 11th street, Above the New ban...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 October 1883

. THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1883. MPUBLICAJT STATE TICKET. For Judge of the Supreme Court Mi B. KEESE, or Saunders. For Regents of University (lone term) MILTON J. HULL, of Clay: JOHN T.MALLAL1SU, of Buffalo. For Regents of University (stort term ) JXSSE M. HIATT, of Harlan. ED. P. HOLME8, of Fierce. FrtkJmlicialIHstrietTiekt. For Judge of the District Court for the Fourth Judicial District A.M. POST, or Columbus. For District Attorney for the Fourth Ju dicial District WM. MARSHALL, or Fremont. maymMieaa Craat? TittoC For Treasurer OUS. G. BECHEK. For County Clerk HENRY BAGATZ. For Clerk or District Court AUGUSTUS W. CLARK. For Sheriff GEORGE W. CLABE. For Judge WALTER S. WELLS. For County Commissioners JOSEPH RIVET. JOHN TANNAHILL. For Supt. Public Instruction J. E. MONCBIEF. For County Surveyor JOHN G. ROUTSON. For Coroner C.D.EVANS. Thk bar in this district is nearly unanimous in its support of A. M. Post Schuyler Sun. Two young men took out licenses to marry the same girl...

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. — 31 October 1883

K 1 ks - '- THE JOURNAL. W EDNE5DAY OCT. SI, 1SSC A Clxaacc for Everybody. In order to make room for a car load of cooking stoves, I will eell at reduced prices for the next 15 days my large assortment of heating stores. Call at C. D. Barlow's hardware and stove house. The Domestic. Fine candies at Ott'a. New carpets at Kramer's. Bring the returns in early. ifoney to loan at Becher's. The light-running Domestic. E. W. Ott, next to post-office. Fine merchant tailoring at Kra mer's. This week the candidates will be very busy. Gus. G. Becher Co. buy and sell real estate. Dance. Friday evening, Nov. 2d, at Small's Kink. p-1 Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher So Co. School books, cheap, at Turner's book and music store. A ten-inch snow at Fullerton Tuesday morning last. Those in need of money can pro cure loan at Becher's. Mrs. G. TT. Hoist left Monday to visit friends in Illinois. The light-ruaning, quiet Domes tic is the machine to buy. Ott is selling a pound of fine mixed candy f...

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. — 31 October 1883

Jv ( r ? Ei J$ 1 THE JOtrKNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1883. Estcrei it ths Port:See, C:lsta, Hi, as ':: din sitter. ON THE BEACH. I? . I clasped in mine her tender hand. '-t 45 slde fey side witn loitering pace, -And pausing sometimes, face tot ace. We Ayandered slowly on the strand. ' Z' , v We' left behind a laughing crowd " , We felt no need of company; Ourselves, our thoughts, the bcach.the sea, The clear blue heavens that o'er us bowed, . Jfftde us a perfect solitude. ' t Where all with peace and joy was filled. Where jarring fears and cares wercfitilled, ,And speech were interruption rude. - So on we wandered, hand Jn band, . O'erglad to be to each so near, t, , So heart-ccntent," so fond and dear, v Alone upon that pleasant strand. ' -st And when our footsteps we -retraced,.,. The comrades wo had left behind Exclaimed: "Well, wjiat'supon your mind. Old boy? What fancies have you chased ' 'While wandering slowly and alone? - ' You arc" not wont to stroll away: t," .Whatdo tho-wil...

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. — 7 November 1883

KATES of AirrEMTisimc;. QMitnto iwtttrat M 13T OFFICE, Eleventh St.. up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Peryear ? 52 Sixmonths Y Three month Single copies wo VOL. XIV.-NO. 28. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBEE 7, 1888. WHOLE NO. 704. THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WKDXESDAV, M. Iv. TIXRISTER to CO., Proprietors and Publishers . Er ii V BUSINESS CAEDS. C. X. WOOD, .11. ! PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. JSTiThs opened the office f rrnerly oc cupied by Dr. Konesteel. l'J-3m. DENTAL PABXOB. On TItirteenth St., and Nebraska Ave., over Friedhofs store. 153-Office hour, 3 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. ni. Oi.i.a Ashuacgh, Dentist. Mimui'iix Ac st; .i.i VAX, A TTOJiNEYS-AT-LA W, Ui.stair in (Jlucfc Kuilding, 11th street, Above the New bank. TT J. hitimo', KOTAIiY PUBLIC, 12th Street, i doors west of lUmmonJ House, Columbus. Neb. -91-y rpiUJKST." A: POWERS, SUHGEUN DENTISTS. jSTOfliee in Mitchell Block, Colum bus, Nebraska. 'Wf G i:i:r a ki:i'ikk. 1 TTOllNEYS AT LA W, Olllce on Olive .St., Columbus, Nebra...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 November 1883

' p I V i K K THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, NOT. 7, 1883. The bilk industry is making pro gress in Ulah. Ladies in Nevada wear hop budB for ornaments. Another Charley Boss has been found in Maine. Diphtheria baa made its appear ance in Lincoln. Bed heels on ladies' boots are the fashion in London. There are 300 cats on exhibition at the Boston cat show. They have "soap babble sociables" in Laramie, Wyo. Ty. Five New England girls are miss ing from their homes. It is stated' that John Bright will visit America next year. Brazil has 1,500,000 slaves, about one-fifth of them Indians. Tennyson 6 mokes clay pipes, tak ing a fresh one every day. Gen. Hancock intends going to Mexico in search of health. The Crow Indians are estimated to be worth 12,500 each in land. It is claimed that there are 200,000 tramps in the German Empire. A mountain of copper ore has been recently discovered in Nevada. The Forest City oil works at Cleve land, O., burned the other night. Northern Maine last week was bnri...

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. — 7 November 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY NOV. 7, 1883. A Chance for Everybody. In order to make room for a car load of cooking stove9, 1 will cell at reduced prices for the next 15 days my large assortment of heating stoves. Call at C. D. Barlow's hardware and stove boose. The Domestic. Fine candies at Ott'a. New carpetrat Kramer's. Money to loan at Becher's. The light-running Domestic. E. "V?. Ott, next to post-offlce. Robt. Uhlig was at Norfolk last week. Fine merchant tailoring at Kra mer's. J. O. Shannon of Plattsmouth is in the city. Ed. Smith was up from Schuyler over Sunday. Gus. G. Becher & Co. buy and sell real estate. A splendid, warm day yesterday for the election. Dance. Friday evening. Nov. 9th, at Small's Rink. p.-l Lands bought and Bold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. Born, to Mrs. Gus. Lockner, Oct. 29th, a daughter. O. L. Baker and Al. Rickly were at Omaha last week. School books, cheap, at Tamer's book and music store. Those in need of money can pro cure loans at Becher's. Candidate...

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. — 7 November 1883

,ul AI THE JOURNAL. -WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1883. IaUd t tie Ptoei, Cotemtai. Het., u wool eluimittir. GROWING OLD. A little faltering here and there, A little less of brave intent; Specks on the things that once were fair. As day by day the years are spent A little lingering 'twlxt the lights. To muse on things that once were dear, , . Or marhap from the hard-won heights ' To hide a sad, regretful tear. A quickened vision sharp to aee In every sweet a hidden sting A something of grim prophecy, With heart-sick doubt andquestiouiag. The path behind lies steeped in sun. Such magic hath a backward glance; But when with hopes and wishes done. Tossed on the wave of circumstance, We take the devious way. alone. Comes haunting fear of dangers hid; The shadow of the great unknown Falls dark across the coffin-lid. -Elizabeth A. Davis, in YouUi' Companion. THE TWO MISS SMITHS. In a certain town in the west of En- land, which shalL be nameless, there welt two maiden ladies of the name of Smith; ea...

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. — 14 November 1883

THE JOURNAL. ISSUKI) EVKKY WEDNESDAY, "M. Iv. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. -- f- iK ? .- KATES OF ADTEKTWWG. LnWS- 0ttpt ETBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 57 For time advertisements, apply at this office. ISTLegal advertisements at statue rates. TFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. GsTAll advertisements payable monthly. f i. . t. j 'i 233" OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. r ) z TEKMS: Per vear .. .99 . 1 OS Six months Three months Single copies VOL. XIY.-N0.; 2& r) COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1883. WHOLE NO. 705. lMf BBSB e"s"kVe"s"l f b"b"I"b"bV X. BUSINESS CAB.DS. C.1 F. WOOD SI. ! PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. jSTHas opened the oflice f rmerly oc cupied by Dr. Ilonestcel. 19-3m. DENTAL PAELOR. On Tfiirteenth St., and Nebraska Ave., over Friedhofi store. JSTOflice hours, 8 to 12 a.m.; 1 to 3 p.m. Oi.la Ashbaugh, Dentist. O lOKKKMUM NL'LLIVAK, A TTOJINEYS-AT-LA W, Un-stai...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 November 1883

THE JOUBNAL. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14, 1883. Obd will engage in pork packing this season. "W. F. Cody mourns the death of a beautiful daughter. A killing frost with ice, at Mem phis, Tenn., on the 1st inst. A new Congregational church is about to be erected in Lincoln. The lumber men in Chicago last week decided to advance prices. Cholera still prevailed laBt week at Alexandria, five deaths being re ported. Small -pox at Stonefort, Saline county, and at Paris, Edgar county, Illinois. Ex-Sznatoe Tabob, of Denver, has been granted permission by the court to carry a revolver. Two new cars of the band-box pattern have been received at Omaha for the street railway. Miss Habbiet E. Tubneb has had charge of the Woman's Journal ex hibit at the Institute Fair. Patti has been singing for thirty years and NilBBon for twenty. Both are sensitive on this point. The New York Herald receives for its lowest priced column, $39,723 a year, and for its highest $348,000. Among the voters who registered laBt w...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 November 1883

I n ! li -- (I 4 m THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY XOY. 14, 1883. A Cluuice far Erery kdy. In order to make room for a car load of cooking stores, I will tell at reduced prices for the next 15 dayB my large assortment of heating stores. Call at C. D. Barlow's hardware and tore honse. The Domestic. 2ew carpets at Kramer's. Money to loan at Becher's. The light-running Domestic. Fine merchant tailoring at Kra mer's. Phil. Walker comes back to Co Iambus. Born, to Mrs. Gas Krause, Nov. 8th, a son. Wanted, a good housekeeper, at Pleyte Bros. Gus. G. Becher & Co. boy and sell real estate. Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. Carl Kramer left the first of the week lor Chicago. Henry McCabe lost $150 worth of young stock lately. Reese's estimated majority in his own county is 750. Louis Kramer and family are mow located at Schuyler. School books, cheap, at Turner's book and music store. Those in need of money can pro cure loans at Becher's. The light-running, quiet Domes tic is the m...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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