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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 December 1883

THE JOTJBKAL. ."WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 18S3. 2suici it tte F::t::a, Cdsata:. int., u seccii Uh matter. BOEG&ORTHE DISCONTENTED. Tliougii yburlieart be very plain. Do not, ft you're wise, complain;. Hot a home on earth Is always glad; But though It may have Its care. Home's art ull cup everywhere, And you'll know its value when you've lost - . it.ua. (f 9 . - " t - Though the wife may frown a bit, Though she has the ready wit Oft to say a word or two that makes you sad, Yet, If she be good and true, Bear with her whate'cr you do: " .. You'Uaever Know her value till .you've t- lost her. lad. If you've got a trusty friend. On whose love you can depend, It won't pay ycu,.allhis failings up to add: ' Love, with goldyou' cannot buyr Little faults pass kindly by; You'll never know his value till you've lost him, lad. O, it is a little mind That is always sure to find JCrary gift and pleasure mixed with something bad: It is easy to complain. Till all happiness is vain; Bat you'll know its ...

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. — 26 December 1883

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED KVEHV WEDSEiDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. BATES OP ADVERTISING. ETBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 23? For time advertisements, apply at this office. JSTLegal advertisements at statue rates. JSTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. ST All advertisements payable 13" OFFICE, Eleventh St.. up taits in Journal Building. TBEas: Pervear OO Six months " Three months Single copies " ( VOL. XIV.-NO .: J COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 26, 1888. WHOLE NO. 711. monthly. Oulunduts Mfpl X v r. r BUSINESS CAEDS. pHAS. SI.OASK, n'KK Lee) C II IKES?: LA UN DRY. jSTUuder '-Star Clothing Stori-," Xp-bra-ka Avenue, Columbia. - " c 'I T. WOOD.'M. !., MUSICIAN & SUJ: GEON. JSTUas opened the oriice f rinerlv oc cupied by Dr. Uoiu-ti el. IH-Siu. DENTAL PAULOR. On Coiner of Twelfth and North Streets, over'Ernst's hardware store. jgTOffice hours, 3 to It! a. in.; 1 to ' p. in. OL!. AsUUAl.'fiH...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 December 1883

r i i I A! irw i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 26, 1883. Citizens of Fremont are talking a street railway. Queen Victoria last week went to Osborne, Isle of Wight. Some 30,000 children are living on canal boats in England. Postal cards were first ueed in the United States in 1872-73. Geo. Squires, of Omaha is fatten ing 3,000 sheep at Bellevne. O'Donxell was hanged at 8 o'clock on the morning of the 17th. Secretary Folger wa9 reported last week to bo no better in health. Ex-Mayor Staxsburo, of Balti more, Md., died on the 19th, aged 92 years. A. Maryland colored man, born with two teeth, has never had any more. Mild sb the weather has been, north Nebraska towns complain of being Bhort on coal. The Irish refugees of Paris con demn the execution of O'Donnell, and threaten revenge. Sixteen buildings burned the other day at Candelara, Nev., upon which the loss is $SO,000. The Lincoln Journal dubs the Oma ha Republican as the original second hand Arthur man. Jos. Poole was hanged in Dubli...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 December 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY DEC. 26, 1883. Coffin's at Hunger's. Go and 6ce Ott'e novelty. Money to loan at Becher'a. Ideal pictures at Hunger's. Plenty of snow in Iowa, delaying the trains. Be wise and buy your furniture of Hunger. The cry for the holidays "Ott for candy." Wanted, a good housekeeper, at Pleyte Bros. Gus. G. Becher sell real estate. & Co. buy and A happy New Year to all readers of the Jouekal. Dick RoBsiter was in from Platte Center Monday. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Gass's. Lands bought and sold by Gus. G. Becher & Co. The finest Albums in town at Do wit & Kelly's. The fireman's ball Christmas Eve was well attended. Christmas and New Year's Cards at Dowly ct Kelly's. Judge A. M. Post held court at David City last week. Toy6, candies, albums, fine pape tries, at A. & M. Turner's. Rickly & Hoffman's is the place to buy good healthy meats. 34-4 The most and best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. Harry Coolidge is up from Plat...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 December 1883

b t "J THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1883. ric::i st the P::t:2:e, Cslssta, Sit., u c:sl- 2HE CROCODILE OIVEB A DIN NER PARTY. A wily crocodile iVho dwelt upon the Nile Bethought himself one day to give a dinner. "Economy." said he, " Is chief of all with me. And shall considered be as I'm a sinner?" With paper, pen and ink. lie sat him down to .think; And first of all. Sir Lion ho Invited; The Northern Wolf who dwells 1 n rockv Arcti c dells ; The Leopard and the Lynx, by blood united. Then Mr. Fox, the shrewd No lover, he of irood And Madame Dick with sober step and stately; , And Mr. t-rog serene In gurb of bottle green. Who warbled bass, and bore himsolf sedately. Sir Crocodile, content. The invitations sent. The day was come his guests were all assem bled: They fancied that some guile Lurked in his ample smile: Each on the other looked, and somewhat trem bled. A lenpthy time they wait. Their hunger waxes great; And still the host in conversation dallies. At last the table's ...

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. — 2 January 1884

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVCRY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER &, CO., Froprietori and Publishers. TE Ol? AlftVEMTISlXC;. $hwkm taTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 131 For time advertisements, apply at this office. B2"Ttegal advertisements at statuts ratesV ' STor transient advertising, see rates on third page. t3f"All advertisements payable monthly. OFFICE Eleventh St., vp stairs in Journal Building. terms: Peryear ? Tr Six months JeZ Three moatbs Single copies 3- VOL. XIvANbV36. ; J COLfJMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2, 1884. WHOLE NO. 712. ioupai wm BTJSDISSB CABDS. nnAH. SI.OA.AE, (YKK LH) CHINESE LA UNDRY. t-Under "Star Clothing Store "Xe braska Avenue, Columbus. is--m - T. WOOD. M. .. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. THm opened the office f rmerly oc cupied by Dr. Bonestecl. 19.3m. DENTAL PABLOR. On Corner of Ttaelfth and North Streets, over'Ernst's hardware store. 13-Offlcc hour. 8 to 12 a. ra.; 1 to o p. ui. Oij-a ASHBAUOH. Dentist. 1lttE-t7 SU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 January 1884

, i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1883. There are 11,000 one-legged men in the United Slates. Ten inches of enow fell the other pay at Lexington, Ky. The latest fashionable amusement in England ib mule-riding. Ex-Goveenor Lowe, of Iowa, died at Washington City on the 22d nit. A man named Simms was frozen to death in Atlanta, Ga., the other day. Jay Gould figures his losses in stocks at various times at over f 100, 000,000. The- clergy of Tonkers denounce Mr. Beecher and his' words as in famous. President Fillmore's mansion at Buffalo is to be turned into a board ing houEe. Secretary Folger is better and has appeared at his office to resume his duties. Two boy burglars, not yet in their teens, were in jail the other day at Cleveland. There have been 109 murders in Leadville since it opened up &b a mining camp. London Bible societies have given away 4,989,660 copies of the scrip tures this year. In New York lilac sprays were sell ing last week at $1.50, and lilies of the valley ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 January 1884

m erv aV I'Alll II i ai It a! ! r i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JAN. 2, 1834. 1884. Coffin's at Manger's. The days are lengthening. Ideal pictures at Monger's. Son "dogs" Monday morning. The schools begin again to-day. Dr. Wood was in Omaha last week. Pretty good reminder of the north pole. Be wise and bny your furniture cf Hunger. 6. W. Ciother is laid up with rheumatism. A number of skaters were on the Loupe Sunday. Frank Wake of Genoa was in town la6t week. For beautiful 1884 calendars, go to Becher & Co. It Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry GasB's. Money ia in very brisk demand here at this date. George Burke, of North Platte, was in the city last week. M. K. Turner's youngest child was severely ill last week. Rickly & Hoffman's is the place to buy good healthy meats. 34-4 The most and beat goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. Everybody at the Court House is exceedingly busy these days. We hear that Robt. Uhlig talks of moving to Minden, this state. Nice ple...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 January 1884

I H Pj JUL) xi-IN -A- - WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1881. Esters! at taa r::i:2:e, C:kte, lie., a: els:: sitter. :c:: J NAMELESS HERO. This is the son? of a nameless man. Listen awhile till the deed is told Of one who ventured bis life to save Another's, but not for fame or gold. Winter had been both hart and long; Sprin? set in, and the brooklets ran, Swamplu?the meadows and breaking the ice Into mighty.biocks. Then the floods be gan. Jed and roaring, the rushing stream On its heavinjr bosom the ice blocks bore; 'Stemmed at length bv a bridge of might. It foamed and crashed with a sullen roar. Crashed and dashed on the piers of stone; -Thoy yield at last to the fearful strain; The center arch, and the keeper's house And helpless inmates alone remain. Fiercer and fiercer roars tho flood. Wilder the wind in the stormy sky. The keeper springs to the rocklncr roof: "Mercy, have mercy, great f!oJ on high: "Help for my helpless wife and child!" They heard him loud o er the torrent S roar; Help, a...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 January 1884

THE JOTJRKAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TUR-TICK. & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. rates op AiMrEarrisinc. CCofowbtts EVBoainesa and professional carda of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. For time advertisements, apply at this office. ETLegal advertisements at statute rate. Error tranaient advertising;, see rates on third page. ETAU advertisements payable monthly. Z3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. TERMfc: Per year Six months . Three mouths Single copies .83 OO . lOO SO OS VOL. XIV.-NO. 37. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUAEY 9, 1884. WHOLE NO. 713. (The mmml I a t- BUSINESS CARDS. pHAS. SLOAHI Yek Lee) CHINESE LA UK DRY. TSrUnder -'Star Clothing Store." Ne braska Avenue, Cylumbu... -j"m C S WOOD. .VI. I- jjif y.sv cjjv & sun a eon. lSTII:i opened the office f rinerly cc cupied by Dr. lionoteel. 19-Sm. DENTAL PARLOR. On Corner of Twelfth and North Streets, ovtr 'Ernst's hardware store. S2roifico hours. 8 to 12 a. m.; I to ." p. in. Ol.I...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 January 1884

V THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9, 1884. It is etated that Des Moines has twelve railroads. Bev. Dr. John Hall says New York needs forty more churches. The Chicago & Alton earnings, tfor the year just closed are $8,5734000. Fbof. Baird says the Long Branch sea serpent is a South Carolina devil fish. The Mormon church has bought the'PiBche and Meadow Valley rail road. It is stated that opium is smuggled in soles of Chinese shoes at San Fran cisco. The Emperor of China sleeps on a bedstead that has been in use for two centuries. Flour to the value of $295,000,000 is annually consumed in Great Britain and Ireland. The Austrian ladies have taken to learning the art of fencing as an amusement. Sebgeant Masox, who Bhot at Guiteau will settle in Washington as ' s shoemaker. Eejpbesestative Valentine is a . member of the cemmittee on militia ' mad elections. Wisconsin has paid during the past -year $10,000 in bounties for wolf, and 'wild cat scalps. One hundred and twenty-five thousand 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. — 9 January 1884

k ii i V a TEE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JAN. 9, 1S3L Coffin's at Hunger's. Ideal pictures at Monger's. The ice harveat has commenced. Warm and eunshining yesterday. B. Millett left for Denver Thurs day last. Bo wise and buy your furniture of Munger. Great semi-annual remnant sale at Kramer's. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Ga3s's. Johnny Moffitt was in town the first of the week. J. A. Baker and family are now living at Denver. J. C. Morriseey and family are living in Chicago. "W. S. Wells made a trip up to Madison last week. V. T. Price, of St. Edwards, was in the city last week. The weather wise are generally predicting an early spring. Rickly & Hoffman's is the place to buy good healthy meats. 34-4 The most and beat goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. W. A. McAllistor made a buBi nces trip to Osceola Monday. Cedar Rapids, Boone county, wants a barber to locate there. Dan. Faucette said that Saturday's weather reminded him of 1807. Another merry dance at Small'...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 January 1884

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9, 1884. Istcrtl it tio P::t:2:s, Cdssta. Hot., is hksI cUs s&tt:r. IN A LONG ISLAND RAILWAY STATION. Unto the ticket-seller's place A stranger man did go. And said, while mopping off his face: "A ticket to Haughpaugh." Behind him stood a cockney vain. Who queried; "Could you aw Inform a fellah if this train Ib going to 'Aughpaugh?" Impatient at his elbow scowled A man of manner rough. Who passed his money up and growled; "One ticket to Haughpaugh.' "It is," a bilious man doth whine, "A swindle and a gouge To chargo a man $1.09 For riding to Haughpaugh." "Thank Heaven." cried a man, 'Tve got My wife and children off To spend the summer in a 6pot Ten miles beyond Haughpaugh r The traveling fool, oft snubbed in vaint "Puts In his question now: "Please tell me when the 10:10 train la going to Haughpaugh?" Last came a tardy man in view. And through the crowd did dodge. Loud yelling, as the whistle blew: "A ticket to Haughpaugh !" Barpar'M Bazar. CHINESE ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 January 1884

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVKRY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Pabliiheri. MATES OF AlWEKTUIlIVC;. KJTBusineaa and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. J3S For time advertisements, apply at this office. XSTLesal advertisements at statute rates. j3"Por transient advertising, see rates on third page. JdZTAll advertisements payable monthly. J3" OFFICE Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months Three months Single copies VOL. XIV.-NO. 38. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16, 1884. WHOLE NO. 714. I tm. ' H-sV- rHCsV .. I f i U v r BTJSIHESS CARDS. jUlAS. SIOAM (Yek:Lke) CHINESE LAUNDRY. IUnder "Star Clothing Store," Ne braska Avenue, Columbus. vi-Ava. DENTAL PAHLOE. On Corner of Twelfth and North Streets, over Ernst's hardware store. JSTOaiee hours, 8 to 12 a. in.; 1 to 3 p. m. Olla Asuracgm, Dentist. ATTORN KYS-AT-L AW, Up-stairs in Gluck Building. 11th street, Above the New bank. tt j. iii;ino:. NOTARY PUBLIC. H...

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. — 16 January 1884

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16, 1884. Eight inches of enow at Memphis last week. Chas. H. Howell has been con finned ae postmaster at Grand Island. Mrs. Sarah Hacklemax has served sixteen years as postmistress at Rash Tille, Ind. Thbee hunters froze to death in the Chickasaw nation, Indian Ty., the other night Frank James is reported very ill, and his friends have little hopes of his recovery. The Union Pacific railroad paid Larimer county, Wy., $13,921.72 for taxes for 1883. J. G. Gassmak, of Nebraska, has been appointed Indian agent at Lower Brule agency. Cektbal CiTr, this state, has a Mtennerchor which made its debut a few evenings ago. Queen Victoria won all the cham pion honors for cattle at Smithfield, London, this year. A man named Davis was found locked up in the Bunker Hill monu ment the other day. It is claimed that the value of tho butter sent to New York city last year was $22,627,579. Hebzieb Bros' flouring mill at Millersburg, Ohio, burned the other night. Loss, $60,...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 January 1884

v- Y THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JAN. 16, l&H. Clifford Friday night. Mies Ashbaugh has a sister visit ing her. -rS. Woddcll's child is sick with pneumonia. Great semi-annual remnant sale at Kramer's. You can exchange your three-cent stamps now. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Gass's. "Planter's Wife," Friday evening at the Opera House. Win. Heitzman moyes his family to the farm this week. We learn that Mrs. W. H. Hess is afflicted with diphtheria. "The Dude" at the Opera House next Wednesday evening. Itickly & Hoffman's is the place to buy good healthy meats. 34-4 The most and best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. Miss Susie Wake starts to-morrow to visit her sister in Colorado. " The recent cold euap did much good in drying out the soft corn. Another merry dance at Small's riuk Saturday eveuiug. Come early. Wanted, at the Liudell House, a laundress ; also a chambermaid. 38-tf Lost, a gold ring; the finder will be rewarded by leaving at this office. A car...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 January 1884

p 1 THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16, 1881. Zsttrei ti tti Pta2ee, Cetotaa, Vtl.. at tiesai eUssautttr. JDS GIRL. Her eyes are lovely. I -won't tell What hue their loveliness may show; Her braided hair becomes her well. In color like but ah, no ! no ! That is my secret red or brown, It Is the prettiest hair in town ! Bhe walks with such a dainty charm. But whether she be short or tall. Of rounded limb or sylph-like form. Her figure suits me that is all ! Nor do I choose the world to know It silk her dress, or calico. My precious girl is worth her weight. Not in rough gold, but diamonds nno, And whether that be small or great I leave the reader to divine. Ask me to guage her solid worth Bhe would outweigh the whole round earth I To rhyme her praise Is such delight That I must keep it to myself. Lest one should better verses write And lay me gently on the shelf. I am not Jealous, but you see. This charming girl belongs to me. Jf. S. Bridge, in Continent. A SOCIETY ITE3T. "Did vc see 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. — 23 January 1884

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED KVEBV WEDNKbDAY, M. Iv. TURNER & CO., Proprietor! and Publishers. KATES OF ADTEHTMinC . 4 EJTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, fivo dollars. T33 For time advertisements, apply at this office. ' jSTLegal advertisements at statute rates XSTFor transient advertising;, see rates on third page. JSTAll advertisements payable monthly. Oultimbus 'OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Peryear 2 mm Six months &m Three months z Single copies VOL. XIV.-NO. 39: COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 23. 1884. WHOLE NO. 715. limit w f A h BTJSIffESS CABDS. pHAS. SI.OA3JE, ( YebILek) CHINESE LA UNDRY. rtTUnder "Star Clothing Store," Xe braika Avenue, Columbus. ---Q DENTAL PABLOB. On Corner of Twelfth and North Streets, over'Ernsfs hardware store. tarOffice hours, 8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to ." p. m. Oi-LA ASHBAUCU, Dentist. A TTORNE YS-A T-LA W, Ui.tsir in (Muck Building, 11th street, Above the New bank. it j. ni;io:, NOTARY PUB...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 January 1884

---- .-.- 1. I J ti H n i r Is! w. II y THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1884. The David City opera house will cost $3,500. A cyclone passed over Quitman, Ga., the other night Texas is listening to a boy preacher named R. G. Pearson. Every member of the Utah Legis lature is a Mormon: A "FiBE-rsoor" theatre in Cleve land recently burned like a tinder-box. In the last week there have been 345 business failures in the United States. A panic was reported as prevailing last week in the grain trade at Liv erpool. The Episcopal church at Middle port, N. Y., was burned the other morning. The nomination of Robert Murray as surgeon-general of the navy has been confirmed. It is stated that eighty newspapers have suspended publication in Maine, during the last year. Geo. F. Edmunds, senator from Vermont, haa been elected president pro tern of the senate. Geobge Bbooes of Philadelphia, has gone to prison for his eighth at tempt to murder his wife. A man in Volinia, Mich., pays $3.60 tax this yea...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 January 1884

r I m THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY JAX. 23, 184. Gus. G. Becher & Co. 39.5 Cord-wood for Bale at Becher & Co's. 39-3 Great semi-annual remnant sale at Kramer's. A new mail car on the Albion branch. Edwin Clifford's entertainment was excellent. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Gass'e. Farm Insurance, cheap and re liable, at Becher & Go's. 39-2 Rickly S: Hoffman's is the place to buy good healthy meats. 34-4 The most and best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. The 6kating on the river is re ported as the best ever known. Mr. Murphy of the Bellwood Monitor, was in town Monday. Another merry dance at Small's rink Saturday evening. Come early. The lecture is at a discount, and the sparring exhibition at a premium. S00 bushels No. 1 seed corn for sale. Inquire at Pohl & Wer muth's. 39-3 A car load of Kentucky blue grass seed received at Herman Oehlrich & Bro's. SS-o-4 Gen. Howard is to deliver the first of a course of lectures at Albion, Feb. 1st. "Good ...

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