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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 January 1884

I r ! i U THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1884. Xattrci at the Pisteics, CdsnTss, Hih., i: jsmsI- e!in nittcr. tjie qirl next door. O flrl next door, dear girl, next door. Answer my questions few. For tho' you care not a snap for us, We long to know about you. Are you sweet sixteen, O girl next door? Are you tender-hearted and true? Do you ever write poems on love and Eprlngr Do you wc&r a No. 5 shoe? Are your tresses golden or black or brown? Are you sylph or sprite or human? Do you speak in a 6of t, low. cooing voice? ("An excellent thing in woman.") Are you strong-minded? and do you hold "Advanced ideas" and "views" On flirtation and science? or do you delight Only in gossip and news? Are you learned and grave? or silljand gay? Are your checks of a rose leaf red? Are you versed in science and classic loro7 In languages living and dead? Your eyes, are they blue or black or brown? Do you love the genus homo? Are you artistic, and can you tell A painting from a chromo? And what...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 January 1884

THE JOTJKEMi. 1SSUTD EVZKY WEDNESDAY, M. EI. TUHNER 6c CO., Proprietors and Publishers - xeb mw TEM !1CU Mittttii 33TBuaineas and prof ion it carta of fire lines or leas, per ansaav .firs dollars. "E7 For tiaae advertisements, applr at this office. 53"T,esal advertisements at statute rates- HTTor transient advertising;, rates on third page. 33A11 advertisements payable monthly. QFFIC EL Eleventh St., up stairs ta Journal Building. terms: feryear.... Six nionths Taree mouths Single copies fc 1 VOL. HT.-NO. 40. COLPMBTJS, NEB., WEDNESDAY JANUAET 30, 1884. WHOLE NO. 716. 3 lie iptttpl r x STJSnTESS CiLRDS. j r. wilso:. 51- D PHTSICIAX& SUBGEOX. TJi-eae of womtn and children a spe cialty. Countv physician. Office former ly occupied by Dr. Wood. -j 111AM. SI-OA3fI Yn Lkk; CHIXESE LA UXDRY. S3"Under -star clothing Storej" Ne braska Avenue. -duuibu.. vni DESTAL PASLOE. On Comer ot Ticrlftk and Xorth Street. oxer 'Ermt' hardxsere store 30:5ce hour-, a to 12 a. m.; 1 to ." p. ni. OtiA AS...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 January 1884

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30, 1884. Fbajjce is determined to take Bac ffinh. The senate have rejected the Mex ican treaty. The orange crop of California has been cornered. It is stated that Jay Go old haa re cently lost $20,000,000. The French government has or dered six new gun boats. A Texas man has invented a ma chine for washing dishes. The opera house at Washington, Kas., bnrned the other night A small comet was visible the other night at Key West, Fia. " It costs $3,000,000 a year to support the churches in New York city. The damage at Coney Island by the recent storm will reach $150,000. A shock of earthquake, was felt at Wilmington, N. C, the other day. The man implicated in tho Maybee murder, has made a full confession. John Duffy of Pittsburg, Pa.f shot and probably fatally wounded his wife. Of the 113 members of the Iowa legislature, but four are natives of the state. A courLE of pilfering conductors at Philadelphia the other day pleaded guilty. The snowstorms for four...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 January 1884

L,- i $ r A I l1 U THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY J AX. 30. 1SS4. Gu. G- Becber & Co. 39.5 Horace Hudson is still ill. Cord-wood for sale at Becher & Co'. 39-3 Great semi-annual remnant Eale at Kramer's. Fine feathers for beds and pillows at Henry Gass's. Born, to Mrs. S. TV. Rother, Jan. 27th, a daughter. Farm Insurance, cheap and re liable, at Becher & Co'-. 39-2 Rickly Sc Hoffman's is the place to buy good healthy meats. 34-4 Tae most and best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. The B. & M. have filled their Louse with a splendid lot of ice. Mrs. L. A. Clark has been sick the past week, but is better again. Good painters find plenty of work in Columbus ail through the winter. Rev. Van Doczer was buried at Bone Creek Cemetery, Butler county. Another merry dance at Small's rink Saturday evening. Come early. The '-Baby" Barnes exhibition didn't hit the Schuyler folks favor ably. TVeber & Knobel's is the place for ladies and childreu to go to for meat. 40-6 F. C....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 January 1884

Ssag,J8iCSUqcrJiMawi wm 7 i: I Jf THE JOURNAL., "WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30, 1881. rticrca st tie Perts2:i, C:lsa, Sb.. u iteeai elits ssttor. THE WORN WEDDING-SING. Your wedding-ring wears thin, dear wife; ah, summers not a few, 6Ince I put it on your finger first, have past o'er me and you; And, love, what changes we have seen what care and pleasures, too Since you became my own dear wife, when this old ring was new! Years bring fresh links to bind us, wife young voices that are here. Young faces round our fire that make their mother's yet more dear. Young, loving hearts, your care each day makes yet more like to you. More like the loving heart made mine when this old ring was new. . And oh, when death shaK. come at last to bid me to my rest. May I die looking in thoss f cs and resting oa that breast; . Oh, may my parting gaze - blessed with the dear signt oi you. Of those fond eyes fond as they were when this old ring was new. The. Lark. A COMEDY OF ERRORS. "A telegram a telegram from To...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 6 February 1884

tes 9T AjvraHrnsrcc;. (J'ulumhtt iSTBuaineas and professional cards of fire Ivaea or less, per annum, five dollara. T3 For tine advertisements, applv at this office. fcsT.be gal advertisements at statute rates- JOTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. "EsT"All advertisements payable monthly. 'OFFICE Eleventh St., up stairs iu Journal Building. terms: Per year . mx months Turee month Single copies . 1 VOL. X-IV.-NO. 41. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUAKY 6. 1884. S WHOLE NO. 717, 3 THE JOTJKETAL. IS5CEI EVXEY WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TTjRlSrER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. Mic MiltititiL r- BTJSESESS CAEDS. T F. WILSON. M.- .. ' 'jSTSICIAX SUP.GEOX. Di-eaes of wam:n and children spe cialty. County physician. Office former ly occupied ty Dr. Wood. -21 C HAS. LOAE. YeeLee CHINESE LA UNDRY. STl'Biler -Star Cl-tbin- "re' "e- DENTAL PAELOR. On Corner of Ticelfth and Xorth Streets, over Ernst's hardxsare store. jSTOrace hours, s to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m. Olla AsHBjlcgii, D...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 6 February 1884

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6, 1884. Measles are reported at Neligb. Beer in Kansas is known as "sea foam." Miss Ada Bbiggs of Philadelphia, weighs 532 pounds. Blair has provided bond for a $10,000 school building. President Arthur takes a horse tack ride in fine weather. There are 20,000 members of the Methodist chcrch in Sooth Africa. The poBtoffice at Blue Island, 111., was robbed the other night of $2,000. There are 600 babies in the Lexing ton Avenue Chllds' Hospital in New York. Sixty-eight horses were killed the other day by a mine explosion in Wales. Reuben Springer has donated $20,000 to finish the Cincinnati art school. One week recently thirty-three new lawyers were admitted to the bar in Boston. The Nebraska Institution for the Deaf and Dumb now has ninety-six inmates. Seven boys who attempted to burn the British ship Clarence have been arrested. Peter French, of Colorado, has been nominated collector of customs for Alaska. Fifty women are employed at the San Francisco ...

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. — 6 February 1884

V s- THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY FEB. 6, 1SS4. Rink dance, Fob. 8th. Gus. G. Becher & Co. 39.5 Cord-wood for sale at Becher & Co.'s. 39-3 Gob. Lockner was at Norfolk last week. Sam'l Wise of Atchison was in town last week. Born, Jan. 25, to Mrs. Rev. J. W. Little, a daughter. Next Friday evening, dance at Small's skating rink. James Brown, Esq., of Madison was in town Saturday. i 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. Born, to Mrs. F. Brodfeuhrer, Tuesday of last week, a daughter. John Hempleman has sold his dwelling house to Jacob Wagner. Weber & Knobel's is the, place for ladies and children to go to for meat. 40-6 800 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 , AiBro's. 38-c-4f By request, the next rink' dance will be on Friday evening, Feb. 8tb. II. L. Small. "Good goods at lowest pric...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 6 February 1884

acinar go y.a-gs t.zrzz sgggauawjTj j.' ,L THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. C, 1884. Zsterel at tie PertsS:i, Cdsnta, Srt., u nasi eltu sitter. j TP0JLLY. . ' Dear woman 1 Strange it is that ska. Such opposites involves: : And very deep a man must bo Who that eniffma solves. Just view her as she, smiling', stands; A paradox is there; Look at her soft and dimpled hands Yet how she bangs her hair! How woman studies to units Economy with taste : But spite of that, you'll find I'm right. She loves a little waist. In such soft arms there seems tob Just strength to wield a fan; But 6till you'll find how thoroughly She shakes a poor young man. Her unassuming modesty The mind with wonder fills; But then Just see how easily She puts on lots of frills. But woman's Tieart is kind and warm Her faults are trivial, small: Her beauty lends to all a charm Her love atones for all. ITm. J. C. Taylor, in N. T. Mun. BILL SMILEY'S SCARE. Bill Smiley was a light-fingered, en-I lerpnsing young man, wuu uupuic...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 13 February 1884

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVKRY WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TURNER. & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. KATES OF A1TEMTIS1IC-. ISTBusinesa. and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. "a? For time advertisements, apply at this office. "0"Legal advertisements at statute rates. laTTor transient advertising, see rates on third page. 13A11 advertisements payable monthly. FACTS AND FIGURES. iu (Mlumlnts ionpul IS OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Peryear "r zZ Sixnionths km Three months Single copies VOL. XIV.-NO. 42. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1884. WHOLE NO. 718. ' r BUSINESS CARDS. D.T. MARTYX, 31. D. T. 3. SCHUG. M. D. Dk. HARTYN & SCHXIO, U: S. Examining Surgeons, Local 5urjreon. Union Pacific, .. X. &, 15. H.and II. .V M.tt. R'. C'on,iltition) in German and English. Teh-phones at oilice and residence?. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA.. 42-y X F. WILSOX.M.W., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Dlseaps of women and clilMren :i spe cialty. Count...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 13 February 1884

Jn - . V I! It I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, 1884. At Grinnell, Iowa, a eteam whistle ie used as a fire alarm. Coox skins pass current in Calhoun, Ky., at 50 cents apiece. Almond trees at Shasta, Cal., were last week in fnll bloom. WoncHESTEB. Mass.. has a tariff club with 2,500 members. A max living in Vicksbnrg has 2,500 tame rabbits for sale. It is said that a boy in Washington waB arrested for langhing at a police man. Thebe are twenty-seven lawyers and twenty-five farmers in the Ohio legislature. C. C. Carpenter was found dead in the road the other day near Law rence, Kansas. The 125th birthday of Robert Burns was duly celebrated by the Burns club at Omaha. Cabfekteb, indicted for the mur der of Zora BurnB, has applied for a change of venue. A max supposed to be crazy, shot himself on the Pan Handle road near Pittsburg one day last week. It is reported that the Presbyterian and Catholic missions at Canton have been destroyed by the natives. Mbs. Maby A. Pabmelee, one of Om...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 13 February 1884

- X J- THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY FEB. 13, lWi. Gus. G. Becher & Co. 39.5 Horace Hudson ia mending ilew- Cord-wood for sale at Becher & Co's. 39-3 Phil. Cain expects to ga Mat in a few days. Leare your measure for ft apriag suit at Kramer's. 42-2 Hon. J. . North went to Omaha yesterday morning. 3Irs. G. G. Bowman has returned from a visit to Ohio. An elegaut line of spring suitings just received at Kramer's. 42-2 Mrs. John Martin of Montana is visiting friends in the city. The most and best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. The snow last week gaTe a good opportunity for some line sleighing. Weber Knobel's is the place for ladie- and children to go to for meat. 40-6 Henry Hocfcenberger has pur chased liobt. Chug's fine residence on 11th street. "Good goods at lowest prices," is the. motto at A. & M. Turner's book and music store. It is said that one of oar citizen has mkde-poCTjf mmrey apaeulatia? in options at Chicago. The regular weekly hop at small's rink Friday...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 13 February 1884

hX.JB.MMl-- t I? THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, 1884. Srtcrci it tho ?:-t:5ei, Celcnfca. art., at ::tl clis: sitter. MY LITTLE WIFE. Mv little -wife's a world too sweet tor such a 'man as I am: But she's a Trojan hard to beat As Hector, son of Priam-0 A winsome, willful mepMt she; Brought up to grace ft palace. She ran away to marry me. Half love, half girlish malice. She never has repented though: AVe built a cot in Jersey: She wore delaine and calico. And I wore tweed and kersey. So preat our love, it bridged across Whatever might divide us: However went the gain or loss. We felt as rich as Midas. I helped her with the brush and broom Her morning labors aiding: She folio wed to the counting-room. Made out my bills of lading. And once, when sick of chills I lay. She balanced up the pages; Did all my work from day to day And brought home all my wages. Tnen I was just a shipping-clerk Old firm of Graves and Gartner; Till after long and weary work They took me in as partner. Then y...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 February 1884

KATES OF AlTEKTlSle. sTdTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 131 For time advertisements, apply at this office. iSTIiegal advertisements at statute rates. XSTFor transient advertising;, see rates on third page. QMmte V2T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Per year $ OO Six months 1 Turce months & Mngle copies .. OS VOL. XIV.-NO. 43. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1884. WHOLE NO. 719. THE JOURNAL, ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. Juunul. wm II r V Jr "" r BUSINESS CARDS. I.T. Marty.w M. P. F. J. Sciiug. !. D. Dw. MASTYN & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Local Surireou. Union Pacific, O.. X. ,fc B. H.anti B. A 51. K. It's. Oii.siiSMiion: in Germ in and Knli&h. Telephones at office and residence-. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA. J.'-v J. I. WtlJiOyi.M. .. PHYSICIANS: SURGEON. Diseases of women an.l e hltlren a pe rUlt. I'omuv ilivifim. Olll-e former ly oc-iipi. d b...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 February 1884

N THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20, 1884. The census of Boston shows 18,000 more women than men. Kansas is reported as getting along comfortably with 125,111 dogs. The new cornet band in Fremont consists of eighteen instruments. Ohio has coal in thirty counties, and put out the past year 8,220,229 tons. The Merchants Bank at Fremont will be re-organized into a National Bank. Through sleeping cars will be run from Chicago to San Francisco April 1. The remains of DeLong and com rades left Hamburg the other day for New York. Mrs. Ellev C. Johnson has been appointed superintendent of the Sher born prison. The government envelope factory at Hartford is said to use a ton of gum arabic a week. Mules are reported scarce in the south, and bring $300 a span in most of the coast cities. Seven thousand hogs and 2,000 cattle were received in Chicago re cently in one day. The president has approved the bill appropriating $100,000 for the benefit of destitute Indians. It is stated that a code of nn...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 February 1884

'! Ii i s r- THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY FEB. 20, 1SS4. Gus. G. Becher & Co. 39.5 Leave your measure for a spring suit at Kramer's. 42-2 Miss Ella Curtis of Nance county 13 visiting in the city. W. H. Winterbotham of Genoa was in town Saturday. George Burke of North Platte was in the city Sunday. An elegant line of spring suitings just received at Kramer's. 42-2 The most and best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner'?. District court began its session Monday, Judge Post presiding. Wm. Ryan of O'Neill, accompa nied by his bride, is visiting in the city. "Weber & Knobel's is the place for ladies and children to go to for meat. 40-6 Mrs. John Wermuth, who was very ill last week, is slowly recov ering. Cap. Tschudy is now a railroad man, braking between Genoa and Fuilerton. Drawing paper and drawing books at A. & M. Turner's book and music store. See James Bell's advertisement of 6eed corn. You can rely on every word he 6ays. 43-tf Big prices for fat bogs and cattle are pred...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 20 February 1884

r THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20, 1881. fcterei it its SztzZzt, Ccl-atas. st.. u ne4- eUn ratter. .- TZf-E CITY CAT. He is gaunt and thin, with a ragged coat, A scraggy tail and a bunted look; No Bonjrs of melody burst from bis throat As he seeks repose In some quiet nook Jl safe retreat from this world of sin, And all of its boots and stones and that For the life of a cat is a life of din, Ifhelsacity cat. Hejs grumpy and stumpy and old and gray. With a sleepy look in his lonely eye, (The other he lost at a matinee . Knocked out by a boot from a window high). Wherever he goes, he norer knows Quarter or pause in the midnight spat. For the life of a cat Is a life of blows. If he is a city cat. He is pelted by boys if he stirs abroad. He is chased by uoj-s if he dares to roam; His grizzled bosom has never thawed "Neath the kindly blare of the light of home; His life's a perpetual warfare, waged On balcony, back yard fence, and flat; For the life of a cat is a life outraged If he is a...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 February 1884

V ,3 ---. THE JOURNAL, ISSUED EVBBY WEDNESDAY, 1M. Iv. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publisher!. Z ,Sr 1 BATES OF ADTEKTIiUC. s7"BusinoBS and professional cards of five lines or lens, per annual, five dollars. S3 For time advertisements, apply at this office. SSTLegal advertisements at statute rates- 3TFor transient advertising;, see rates on third page. . j 23TA11 advertisements payable monthly. ii jfei-. $3 OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. . V i t -v. terms: 1. e r V e ar . ... Six months Three months Single copies . 1 VOL. XmN0.f4C COLPMBUS, JSfEB., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1884. WHOLE NO. 720. S ; VnsW ""VsSs1 iptipai mm - V t tall p. r- ( I' ' BUSINESS CASDS. !. T. 31 ARTYN, M. D. F. J. SCHDG, 31. D. Dm. MAETYN & 8CHU0, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Local Surtri'ona. Union Pacific, O.. X. & B. H. and li. A M. U. E's. Consultations in German and English. Telephones at office and residences. COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA. 42-v T !. WII.SIK. 51. !., PHYSICIAN &...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 February 1884

'xirrx" -aaar -"""- a K V -i .-., JC" -V rt 5 2 fi&H- THE JOUlOf AL. WEDNESDAY, YEB. 27, 1884. Taxation must be reduced, all along the Hoe. Mbs. Dob a Babkett is. a bailiff in Lewis Co., "Washington Ty. Emma Abbott took in $15,000 im two weeks in San Francisco. Colorado Mormons reject the teachings of Brigham Toting. The wife of Hon. Jno. I. Bedick of Omaha has been adjudged insane. Southern Oregon farmers offer large premiums for coyote scalps. Los Angeles had nine and one-half inches of rain in one shower last week. The Clarinda (Iowa) Journal has 'fixed its rates on original poetry at $1 - a line. ' "" Queen Victoria saves annually from her parliamentary allowance "$500,000. Lobd Baltimore's landing place in -.-Maryland is to be marked by a $10,000 monument Ninety men are digging for coal in the Henderson mine, within six miles of Pawnee City. A stranger was killed on the .. streets of Big Springs, Tex., the other . day by random shots. ' A number. of Mormons were disfel ' lo...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 February 1884

;-. jr.Ts u v r -Cjt iWfc. lr jf W - THE JOURNAL. TEDXESDAT FEB. 27, 1984. Bain Saturday. New goods at Kramer's. Spring goods arriving at Kra mer's 5-44-2 Carl Kramer went to 2 orth Platte Thursday. New goods arriTing daily at Hempleman's. 44-2 Hyers Musical Comedy Company Feb. 27 and 28. Leave your measure for a spring suit at Kramer's. Horace Hudson 1e out again after his severe illness. Farmers are getting everything ready for spring work. New styles in shirts and neck wear just in at Kramer's. The most and best goods for the money at A. fc M. Turner's. There was a surprise party at A. C. Picket's ilonday evening. Be sure to go to Gus. G. Becher & Co. for abstract of title to lands. See Horsford's baker make bis cuits at Julius Basmusseu's to-day. Another of those delightful hops at Small's rink, Friday evening, 29th. The mask ball Friday was a suc cess, financially, as weli as otherwise. A. Smith and Peter Erickson have both lost some young cattle by black leg. Weber & K...

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