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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 May 1884

A THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1881. Lricrci st diss itier. ths P::U:e, Czlzsizz, Ht., a: rcesai- MY LITTLE PLAYMATE. I am a grandsirc. Journeying- close On threescore years and ten: And when ray daily tasks are dons. And laid aside my pen, I call my little playmate in. Now passing on to three. For I have need as much of her As she has need of me. She draws me from the world of fact. With all its selnsh strife. She breaks the prosy lines of thoagkt That makeup common life; She lures me to her little world, Where airy creatures dwell. Where all things dance in joy and light Beneath some magic speu. Ehe wakes again those dreamy songs That never yet were sung; Which thrill through happy little hearts. But not through human tongue; She carols like a morning lark To usher in the day. And bring back memories from a land That lieth faraway. Her roundelays and jingles make Such music in my car. With all her tricksy words and way, I cannot choose but hear; We leave all other verso aside F...

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 May 1884

SLAVES OF AIWKKTISINC;. JSTBuaineas and professional cards of fivo lines or less, per annum, five dollars. TSfi For time advertisements, apply at this office. !3TLegal advertisements at statute rates. TSTTor transient advertising, see rates on third page. T3TA.W. advertisements payable monthly. foitpai J3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., ty s fairs m Journal Building. terms: Pervear ? Sir months Three months Single copies a OO ; VOL. XV.--N0. 3. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. MAY 14, 1884. WHOLE NO. 731. SO ; OS i THE JOURNAL. ISStKI KVKKY WKIt.NKMlAY, M. K. TUKNEli Jto CO., Proprietors and Publishers . lie ulitttlii Kr I 4- 1 k j BUSINESS CARDS. O.T. Maktvn. II. D. F. .1. srciicr.. M. D. . Drs. MAB.TYN & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, ; Local Sun-eon-". Union Pacific, O., X. ,t b. rr. ami . r. it. kv. Cnustiltitions iii German and EnsjHr.li. ThIc pboneaot otlice and residence. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA. Ai-y -p imi;giii:kti. ii. .. I'll YSKIA X d- 7 'It li EON. ESTOfflVe second door e.i-t of no...

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. — 14 May 1884

- tCvlumliusfoutntl -WEDNESDAY, MAY M, 1SSL Fig brandy is n now California drink. The senate Las ratified the Mexican treaty. Dixie, Ga., has 300 acres of melons in bloom. Corn is two feet high at San An tonio, Texas. Sacramento had the first cherries of the season last week. James A. Connolly declines to be solicitor of the treasury. The Sultan of Turkey takes the American "police" papers. It is against the law to blow a steam whistle in San Antonia. The estimated decrease of the pub lic debt for April is $5,250,000. Carolina county, Md., wheat was twenty-two inches high last week. A Hartfohd, Conn., man is coffee farming in India, using elephants to plow with. It is claimed that over eight million forest trees were handled in this state this spring. New Yorkers are demanding a scientific investigation of the so-called faith cures. The early Irish potatoe crop in Florida is being harvested ; the yield is very good. Most of the "undelivered" letters which reach Germany, come from th...

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. — 14 May 1884

i y s!am!iits 3aucnat, w EL'SJAY MA"1. : . I--4. New lawns at Kramer's. G 3-2 Baby carriages at Plungers. 52 tf J. P. Beckers little boy has . the mea-ies. Toe Eoiter was np from Oma ha last week. One price ind that the lowest is Kramer's motto. Any book published furnished by A Si M. Turner. See Early & Niblock before in suring elewhre. l-t Summer silks : the new tyle at ..Friedhof X Co's. BInsure your crops against hail with Early Jfc N blocks. 3-3 Early &; Nio.ock- settle and pay at! their losses promptly. l-3t Ernst, Schwaiz & Co. are selling E.dln g Cultivators at coat. 52-Ct great variety at Kramer's. , The mrt and bet oods for the mr.npv nt A .v M Turner'?. " , . .. -- , oorn. inuruav ia.-i, iv wc uc f ot Herman X ateustadt. a on. Fire, !iirnti.in:r and wind storm insurance at Early Niblock'-. Anentirely new line of carpets. !! the late styles at Fridhof & Co. 200 piece- ot embroidery from 2 cts. per yard np. at Friedhof Sz Co. j Be dure to ro to Go-.. G. Berh...

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. — 14 May 1884

T Jf - Pogg. Amon the pests of the farmer tfca iojr holds a high, if not the bighact, place. Not that the .dog Is necessarily injurious, any more than some human beings arc, but it is the untrained, neglected, and consequently vicious, dogs -which are. a pest to the farmer, as it a the uneducated, neglected and idle youths who become pest of society. A well-trained dog, kept in proper sub jection and under control of its owner, may be useful in more than ons capacity, while its kind, docile and friendly disposition and its wonderful sagacity may make it an acceptable companion. " But when left to itself, like the erring child we read of, it ia sure to bring its owner to shame and grief. A Tennessee farmer who has suffered gives some ligures which might be duplicated in every other State with great ease. He says that his State possesses SOO.OOO dogs "that are idle, vicious and worthier. Each of these dogs consumes as much food as would make 100 pounds of pork if fed to pigs, which, i...

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 May 1884

K i THE JOURNAL. ISsU::i KVEKY WKDXKbDAY, M. K. TUliNER .fc CO., Proprietors and Publishers. . ' J3" OFFICE, Eleventh St.. up stair, m Journal Building. terms: Per year $$ Sir months Thre months SO Single copies " BUSINESS CAED3. r.T. martyx, m. d. f. j. schug, xr. d. Dm. MAETYN & SCHTTG, D. S. Examining Surgeons, Local Surgeon-. Union Pacific, O.. X. .t B. 11. and It. A 31. U. It's. i . Consultation!- in Germ in and Ensrli.-h. Telephone at office and residences. COLUMBUS. - ' NEBRASKA. 42-v P. itorc'iiKsirY. m. i., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. ISTOllii-e econd door e.it of post-office. J. 1'u ysiciax f- sun geox. Ureases of women and children a spe- cialty. i;ouniv iniysucisu. umi.cjiuiii ly occupied by Dr. Uonesteel. Telepboiit exchange. 50 o l.I,A AMHBAIIOH, .!. S. DEX'JAL PARLOR, On corner of Eleventh and North streets, over Erii-t' hardware Store. C OKKKI.II'S Al SIJMJMVi.;, A TTOIlXE YS.-A 'I -LA W, lip-stair'- in (Jluek I'.uilding. lltli street, Al.nv.- the New hank. H. j. ii...

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. — 21 May 1884

CIimlnsMt, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1884. Fiftt thousand Northerners are now in Florida. Bbaziis navy is said to consist of 3,000 men and fifty vessels. The Indian appropriation bill passed the senate, as amended. Tear God and take your own part" is the motto of north Dakota. "Watermelons la6t week in south ern Georgia were as big as hens' eggs. Florida haB already begun to ship north large quantities of strawberries. The bill to place'General Grant on the retired list has passed the Senate. Dakota has thirty national banks, with an aggregate capital of 7,557, 990. The President returned from New York one day last week to Wash ington. An organized band of harness thieves has been recently operating in Omaha. A member of Bismark's family haB been appointed German minister to the Hague. "Water S. Johnson has been ap pointed receiver of the Marine bank of New York. A Morman missionary has been condemned to a month's imprison ment at Vienna. Prince Yamashams, of Japan, and party started east ...

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. — 21 May 1884

r - fotumlksffourtml WEDNESDAY MAY 21, 1KS4. New lawns at Kramer's. 6-3-2 Baby carriages at Munger's. 52 tf Improvements are going forward all over.town. One price and thai the lowest is Eramer's motto. Any book published famished by A. & M. Turner. L. Kramer waB down from North Platte Thursday. Summer silks all the new styles at Friedhof & Co's. Insure your crops against bail Willi Early & Niblock. 3-3 ".Slippers and walking shoes in great variety at Kramer's. Miss Nettie Tanalstine has re turned home from Chicago. The most and .best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. An entirely new line of carpets, all the late styles at Fridhof & Co. 200 pieces of embroidery from 2 cts. per yard up, at Friedhof & Co. Be sure to go to Gus. G. Becher & Co. for abstract of title to lands. i Quecnswaro at cost at Condon & Mackenzie's to close out the stock. 3-3 Leave your measure for a spring sui...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 May 1884

r-t Jb? T Z&S&mmZSSi . vA'9!K&.m3VOUaS - V- mmm -. - m , -.t- --r r l W i M r m Y 1 I A 1-1 tti l 1 II JTLiy JlM -. r . WEDNESDAY, MAYf.21t'jBW... Xtterei st tit Portico, Cdsmta:. St.. s hoi elu: sattsr. n? teejjHan,s song. tiood-aaoraing-, good Pedestrian I'm glad.to Me Rollout; - " v.' 3l day is full of health f ulness the birds an aH about; tTkere-ta a quiet breezineas in all the pleasant air; 2 hope this happy exercise may drive away our care. For I am a pedestrian iJ ' A very good pedestrian And all the glowing benefit of waudngj can share: Although I tread the atmosphere and do not touch the ground. I welcome you fraternally; wherever you are bound. But my impatient lady-love in yonder vale aoui wait; I wish you better company; swifter gait. and 6tTikO a IL Good-morning, good Equestrian a noble steed youTide: v ,-r , .' We do not soom to frighten him. so here be a by your side. ."'- It is a least of hcppine6s to smoothly bound along, . With sturdy muscles under you...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 May 1884

fi THE JOURNAL. IbSUKD EVKKY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TDliNER fc CO., Proprietori and Publishers. Z3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up ttairs in Journal Building. terms: Peryear " 22 Six month? 22 Three months Single copies BU8INESS CARDS. D.T. Maxty.v. M. D. F. .1. SCHDG, M. D. Dra. MAETYN & SCHUG, D. S. Examining Surgeons, LopiI Snreeon-'. Union Pari tic, O., X. Jt B. U.. .iu-.l K. & 31. U. R'. CoiiKultitionF in German and Kn:lMi. Telephones) at ortice and residence. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA. 4-2-y -p ioi;iikkty, i. ., PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. JSTOUii-e second door eas.t of post-office. ,-I-v PHYSICIAN & SUliU EOS. Dieaei of women and children a spe cialty. County physician. Office former ly occupied by Dr. I5oueteel. Telephone exchange. a o l.l.A A.SI1IIAIJGII, .. DENIAL PARLOR, On corner of EIi-i-uth and North streets, over Ernsts hardware store. ioie:vi:iiG' nijijjvas, A TTOltNE YS-A '1 -LA W, Up-s,tair in Oluck ltuilding, 1Hi street, Above the New bauk. TT J. 1BIII50., NOT A BY PUBLIC. 12...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 May 1884

etttwtttsfttwtat, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. Victoria has ruled one year longer than Queen Elizabeth did. Ten millions of three per cents are embraced in the call issued. 1st the English northeastern ports 137 ocean steamships are idle. Me. Randall thinks congress will be ready to adjourn by July 15th. . Japanese women have never seen and do not know the UBe of pins. Dennis Deaby, the dynamiter,died in Chatham prison the other day. There are seventy-five life prison ers in the New York state prisons. Secretary Folger will soon call $10,000,000 of three per cent, bonds. Fire at Liverpool the other day destroyed property valued at $500,000. Mrs. Wendell Phillips was re ported seriously ill one day last week, East Cleveland is to have an electric motor for drawing street cars. The village of Cairo, Mich., was almost destroyed by fire the other night. Taylor Miller danced all night at a New York ball and then shot himself. Jenny Lind, is said to be training the chorus for the Bach choir i...

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. — 28 May 1884

rXp-- i! I 1 ' r 1: i alumfcusHaucnaft WEDNESDAY MAY 28. 18&S. Baby carriages at Monger's. 52 tf It pays to trade at Kramer's. 1 Any book published furnished by A. & M. Turner. Two of Mr. John lead's children hare the measles. Straw hats selling cheaper than ever at Kramer's. 1 Best assortment of slippers and 6hoes at Kramer's. 1 Summer silks all the new 6tyles at Friedhof & Co's. Insure your crops against hail with Early & Niblock. 3-3 Bobn. To Mrs. David Smith, Tuesday, May 20th, a son. The most and best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. "W. B. "Williams is erecting a dwelling-house on his farm. Exuiuhio Kramer's carpets and fcco how cheap he sells them. 1 Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Labrador herring, the best in the world, at Condon & McKcnzic's. 5-2 An entirely new lino of carpets, all the late styles at Fridhof & Co. Be Bure to go to Gus. G. Becher & Co. for abstract of title to lands. 200 pieces of e...

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. — 28 May 1884

m&rrzisrrz .riBMS -" Vy THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAY '28, 1881. Itter:i it tis P:rt:E:s, C:lsfe:. Set., as reicsi cli:: sitter. THE LIGHT HEART. My siller an' roM 1 hae bad to tine, An' lost ore the lands that once were mine; Tbe stranger sits down in my father's ha' For when ye beffln, 'tis easy to fa'. If sty heart werna light, I think I wad dee: But when I was poorest it aye said to me: "There's your wark: beyinir! He's worth gold can win it: Penny's always penny's brither: A i?ude penny brings anither:" See rather than cry: Alas an' Alack! I'm doing my best to win a' things back. Many guid friends I had ance on a day. But they went wi' the siller an' land away. When I needed nae help, I had plenty o proffer; When I needed help maist, I hadna an offer. IT my heart werna light, 1 think I'd been dead; But aye when I fretted it cheekily said: "There's your wark; begin it! Friendship! you must win it. IT first to yoursel you'll be true. True friends you'll find inair than encu. Fo...

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. — 4 June 1884

r x THE JOTTHyAIi. ISSCXD EVEEY wrDSZsDiT, "M. El. TURNER CO., PronrietGrs and Publishers. ' OFFICE. EXexev.th St.. vp ?tatrs t& J&trnal Building. TEEM a: Per year six msnth. Tnree months Sickle rsple BUSINESS CAEDS. D T Mastyx. 31. I F J. r-CHCG. H.D Dri. XA2.TT3" & 3CHU5, U. S. Examining Surgeons. Local Surzeon-. Fmon Pacific. 0 N. & B. H. and K. I M. E. E'-. i . r-ultatin- in Orrain as.'. EnslL-h. Telei-aones itefift aau residence. COLI7MSI75. - JTCERASSA. P DOrGHEnTT.31.D- PHYzIClAXi. SURGEOX. J3i ifice erond doir fast ef post-amce. J I. Va2.?0'"t. 31. 1 Disexe of oo:a and children a spe cialty. Count phv-ician. OiTiee farraer iy occupied by lr Bone-teel. Telephone ex aanre. o L.14 A..51-. GH. .. si. I'EXIAL PARLOR. On corner r '. Eic , nth and North streets, oer ErnT-"- uardare -tore t lUKKUI ! A: -! t.LITA.. A TT0RXEY-A 1-LA H". 1'p-stair- m uluoW Building, llth street. lv the N uanfc. H. ,j. airiso. XOTARY PUBLIC. lith s:r-t. i ifiT w--t " fla-uudcd Boas, 'THL...

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. — 4 June 1884

CotumdasftMMl WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1884. Wig oiks prcdictB a great storm Sept. 19lh. Fbemoxt's jobbing trade is constant ly growing. A ton of whale-bone recently sold in London for 2,250. Wallace, contestant of McKinley, was seated in congress. The Chinese of New York hare sent home for a doctor. Two brick-yards in Ponca are being worked night and day. The Republican reports a great deal of sickness in Blair. Cedar Keys is shipping a ton of turtles to New York daily. . EvEKTBODr is burnishing up his information on convention lore. Jno. E. Evans has been confirmed post-master at North Platte, Neb. President Arthur left Washing ton on the 29th ult., for New York. The German Lutheran church in Fremont is about ready for dedica tion. Thomas P. Grinnell, a New York merchant, killed himself the other night. Delegates to the Good Templars' convention called on the President the other day. Dakota intends to try steam plow ing. If successful it will only cost about $1 an acre. A fire the other...

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 June 1884

yr u .. k I r- v !cifnmhii5?outna!, WEDNESDAY JUNE 4, I8S4. Fire-works Ed. Fitzpatrick's. 6-4 Baby carriages at Munger's. 52 tf Flags For the Fourth at "Fitz's." G-4 Save all the maple seeds and plant them. V. T. Price of Albion was in the city last week. Fire crackers headqnartere at E. D. Fitzpatricks. 6-4 II. L. Small came down from Norfolk Friday. Any book published furnished by A. & M. Turner. Mrs. A. B. Coffroth is visiting friends in the city. Summer silks all the new styles at Friedhof&Co's. O. C. Shannon has removed his tin shop to Olive street. The Adventist camp meeting con venes at Beatrice to-day. Lute North returned last Thurs day from his western trip. ' The most and best goods for the money at A. & M. Turner's. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Labrador herring, the best in the world, at Condon & McKenzie's. 5-2 Volley Weaver is filling a posi tion in the post-office at Norfolk. An entirely new line of carpets, all the...

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 June 1884

filth Avenue and Broaiway a 8tt dajs. Aside from a feu distinctively Jewish Streets, the stores are sbufj the saloons give no frontal indications of traffic, and hardly any factories arc kept going. It is true, 'however, that New York is not as pious as the appearance of Fifth avenue would indicate. Between the hours of eleven and one, the avenue from Fifty-ninth to Fourteenth streets is thronged with people. -Even Broad way is never so thoroughly crowded, as far as the sidewalks are concerned, and, as the street is entirely free from vehi cles, the procession from one sidewalk is easily seen from the other. Custom has fixed a certain gait, which no one attempts to vary. Where 50,000 per sons are moving along in a single direc ition, at a languid, well-practiced and easy stroll, it is vain to attempt to change the gait. The man who is in a ihurry to catch an engagement to dinner or is anxious to walk briskly for exer cise, must eiths-r take to the middle of the street or light his 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 June 1884

y 0 I t r i THE JOTJBNAI.. ISSUED EVE2T WEDXEaDAY, 3kl. Iv. TURNER & CO., Proorietors and Publishers. I3" OFFICE, Eleven St.. vp tairs i is Journal Building. TEEMS: Per rear . . . Six months Three month Single copies .- BTJSDJESS CAZDS. D.T. Mahtyx. 31. D. F. J. s-CHTG. M. D. Drs. MAETYS & SCETJG, U. S. Examining Surgeons. Local Sunreon-. t"ni.n Pacin 0 X. X B. H.and K.Jt M R. R'- Con.nltation in German and Ensli-ii Telephoner- it offi-e atd residences. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA. 4i-v T DOl'CIIERTY. 31. S- PHTIClAXd: SCBGEOX. 2"Offi-e -e.'und d "K.r east of pcst-oflire 51 -v J. I. n'IL(O.V 71. .. FHTICIAX . Tii1 ffO.V. Disea.-es of woin-n and children a spe cialty. Countv .bt-.u-i-iu. OSce former ly occupied by Dr. Bone-teel. Telephone exchange. " o LLA ASI1BAI Gil. D.D.S. DEXTArL PABLO B. On corner ci E;et:h and North -treet.-oer Eru-'.'- uardware store. C OK3ELII"5i A: JiL'LLIVA.'V. ATTOIiXEYS-AJ-LA W, rp tair- in Glues Building, lltn street, Above lUe New bank. H. J. HS'l!0. X...

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. — 11 June 1884

$twlis(Mtal, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1884. Hational Eepublican Ticket. lor President, JAMBS G. BLAINE, Of Maine. For Vice-President, JOHN A. IiOQAN, Of Illinois. Eepublican State Convention Has been called to meet at Omaha, "Wed nesday, August 27th, 1884, at 10 o'clock a. m- to nominate five candidates for presidential electors. AIbo, for Govern or, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Auditor of Public Accounts. Commissioner of Public Lands and Bdildings, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Attorney Gensral. Platte county is entitled to seven txel- ega es. gTv-.e. Dorset, Chairman. S. B. Colsox, Secretary. May 22, 18S4. The now court house at Stanton i finished. Dakota county claims good fruit prospects. Hobfolk is about to try a faw street lamps. Keakney county is being raided by horso thieves. Mb. Blaine left "Washington June 2d, for AgUBta, Me. San Fkancisco iB said to be over run with Salvationists. Sttttvo Tinr.i. is contemplating a tour throughout the co...

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 June 1884

I- a f I' (Eofumfuisoucnal WEDNESDAY JUNE 11, 1884. The PlunkcttB to-night. It pays ta.trade at Kramer'a. Firc-worke Ed. Filzpatrick's. 6-4 Baby carriages at Monger's. 52 tf Flogs For tha Fourth at "Fitz's." Spring calicos 4 cents at Kra mer's. B. It. Cowdery returned Monday from Chicago. Fire crackers headquarters at E. D. Fitzpatricks. 6-4 Fire! Fire! Go to Kramer's for big fire bargains. 6-!ilot2 J. L. Brown was in the city Sat urday on business. Summer silks all the new styles at Friedhof & Co's. Plunketts playing party please people prodigiously. Fire, lightning and wind storm iusurancc at Early & Niblock's. Gcntlcmeu'fi fine summer under wear just received at Kramer's. Chns. Wiebe of Grand Island is visiting J no. Mackenzie's family. Mrs. Barnes of Kingston, 111., is visiting Mr. D. Condou's family. Fifty cents admission to the riunkctls entertainment to-night. An entirely new lino of carpels, all the late styles at Fridhof & Co. Be sure to go to Gus. G. Becher fc ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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