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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 June 1884

"', THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 18S4. Isttr:i it the ri:2:9, C:l: el::: sitter. ztzz, ITct.. a: ::k;1- TOO LATE. What silences we keep year after year. With those who are most near to us and dear; We lire beside each other day by day. And speak of myriad things, hut seldom say The lull, sweet word that lies just In our reach. Beneath the commonplace of common speech. Then out of sight and out of reach they g These clo:c familiar friends, who loved us o; And. sitting- in the shadow they have left. Alone, with loneliness, and sore bereft. We think with vain regretof some fond word. That once we might have said and they have heard. For weak and poor the love that we expressed Now seems beside the vast, sweet unexpressed. And slight the deeds we did, to those undone. And small the service spent, to treasure won. And undeserved tiie praise, for word and deed That should have overflowed the simple need. This is the cruel cross of life, to be Full visioned only when the ministry Of de...

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. — 18 June 1884

w 1 THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TURlSrER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. 73T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up flairs in .Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months ... Three months Single copie. BUSINESS CAKDS. D.T. 3URTVN-, M. P. F. .1. SCHDG, SI. D. Drs. MARTYR & SCHUG. U. S. Examining Surgeons, Locil Surgeon-. Union Tacific. ()., N. .t it. H.and It. .V M.n. RV. Consultation in Oermnn unit Knli-h. Telephone? at ollice and residence. COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA. 4-J-v T IMH'UIIKRTV. M. 1-. ' PHYSICIAN d- s una EON. TSTOtlice second door c.vt of post-ollice. Jil-v J. 1 Wll.!0..11. .. 1'UYSICIAXS: SURGEON. Li.a-e of women and children a spe cialty. Countv physician. Office former ly occupied by Dr. Bone.-teel. Telephone exchange. "' o 1.I.A ASHKAIJGH, ... DENIAL PARLOR, On corner of Eleventh and North street, over EnitV hardware store. C lOK2VISI'll'M tJLIVA3f. .1 TTORXE YS-AT-LA W, Up.stair-.in lck llui'iding, 11th street, Above the New hank. TT J. lirisfUK, NOT A 11 Y...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 June 1884

t?52 Hi i J! ! ' r. fttawlnsfntfiml WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1884. National Bepublican Ticket. lor President, JAJ1BS G. BLAME, or Maine. .For Ffce-PaiJc;it, JOHN A. LOGAIVi OflllinoiB. Eepublican State Convention Has been called to meet at Omaha, "Wed nesday, August 27th, 18S4, at 10 o'clock a. m, to nominate five candidates for presidential electors. Also, for Govern or, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Auditor of 1'ublic Accounts. Commissioner of Public Lauds and Buildings, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Attorney General. Platte county is eutitled to seven del egates. n . G.TV.E. Dobsry, Chairman. S. B. Colsox, Secretary. May 22, 1SS4. Gen. J. Watson Webb died at Now York on tho 7th inat. Fremont has raised $600 with which to celebrate the Fourth. Bisnor Simpson is reported serious ly ill at his residence in Philadelphia. The Bank of West Virginia, at Charleston, closed its doors the other morning. The Ohio river railroad from I Wheeling to Farkersbur...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 June 1884

r K r s X 1 fe if famfatsSkftttml V. EDNESDAY JUNE 18, ISSi. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Fire-works Ed. Filzpatrick's. 6-1 Baby carriages at Monger's. 52 tf New styles bustles at Kramer's. Flags For the Fourth at "Filz'e." C4- Misses corsets only 18 cents, at Kramer's. Summer cloaks and dolmans at Kramer's. Fine Hue of carpets very cheap at Kramer's. Fire crackers headquarters at E. D. Fitzpatricks. 6-4 "Who would ask for more de lightful weather? All styles neck-wear,-ladies and gents, at Kramer's. A burglary in Norfolk the other night $20 missing. Summer silks all tho new styles at Friedhof & Co's. Kramer's fine lino of lace3 at greatly reduced prices. After living in Nebraska life elsewhere seems insipid. Fire, lightning and wind Btorm insurance at Early & Niblock's. An entirely new line of carpets, all the late styles at Fridhof & Co. lie sure to go to Gus. G. Bccher & Co. for abstract of title to lauds. 200 pieces of embroidery from 2 cts. per yard up, at Frie...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 June 1884

Aiiii.iiiirtijn m f . JDvflssWfsW I Ths nsH capote scnnetis thesnoossj f the season, and is worn on all occa sions, both with simple and rich toi lottes, and by elderly ladies as well a by the youngest bridesmaid. Fancy Materials are more fashionable and dressy than straw braids for these bon sjsts, yet the straws are not abandoned, and are made so soft and pliable that their crowns are pressed into raried shapes, some of which are straight and square across the top, while others axe folded or laid in box plaits. Thas the straw is used as any worn fabric would be, instead of being pressed into shape, and the front is covered with a roll of velvet, a cockade bow of velvet, or an aigrette. Embroidered net in white, black and varied colors is also chosen Ifor crowns of bonnets, and these are given greater variety by being placed over a gilt or silver woven foundation. Plain tulles, embroidered, beaded and spangled tulles, are used for light and dressy bonnets in both dark and pale shad...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 25 June 1884

1 l-VjtB-i-.ii.jP N IV i THE JOURNAL. ISSCED EVERY WEDNE-DAY, M. EZ. TTXRjSTER & CO., Proprietor! and Publishers. 1ST OFFICE Eleventh St., up ttairs m Journal Building. terms: Peryesr ? Six months 22 Tnre months single copies BUSINESS CARDS. D.T. MARTYX, L D. F. .1. -CHUG, JI. D. Drs. 1CARTYN & SCHUO, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Local Surseon. Union Pacitic, O., X. .t K. II. and . A 3f. R. Rs. Consultation in German and EnjrlUh. Telephones at oilico and residences'. COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA. -t--y T IM)i;llKKT, .11. .. PHY1CIA.& SURGEON. 3ui- e-oml door eat f io-t-oni-f . ."il-r PHYSICIAN S- SURGEON. l)igeae of womeu and children a pe ""fcialfi1.' 'tVTulfr"phTtcrsTir'tflicie- former-- ly occupied ly lJr.iwneMcei. iwciiuuhc exrhaujre. O I.l.A ASH IE A UGH, -... DENIAL PAULO 11. On corner ft Elitnth and North -treets, our Ernl hardware story. C OK.XKI.H-;S A: SlilJ-IVA, ITTORXFYS-A'I-LA W, L'p-5-tair- in UIucU Building, 11th street, Above the New bank. tt j. iirsstfo:. XOTA It Y...

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. — 25 June 1884

rvafefcaS Sy-fxavSSfKXr, fn ...!. rMr-y- HrWgltfKl fl. Ji b WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884. National Bepublican Ticket. lor President, JAE . MLAJNE, Of Maine. .For Fa'ce-Prejfdenf, JOHN A. IiOCAiV Of Illinois. Xepnblican State Conreaticm Has been called to meet at Omaha, Wed nesday, August 27th, 1884, al ; 10 o'clock a. m- to nominate five candidates for presidential electors. Also, for Govern or, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary or State, State Treasurer, Auditor of Public Accounts .Commissioner of Public LmuIi and Buildings, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Attorney General. Platte county is entitled to seven del egates. G WE dobsey, Chairman. S. B. Colson, Secretary. May 22, 1884. A fire company is about to be or ganized at Fullcrton. The graduating cUbs in tbe State University numbered ten. It is claimed that tho army worm baa appeared in Connecticut. Republican Valley farmers arc re joicing over their crop prospects. Tbeke iB a factory in Green Island, N. Y., whero nice .coffiu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 25 June 1884

K ir I- i -" "If :- - r $otun!bu5joutmil, WEDNESDAY JUNE 25, 1884. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Fire-worke Ed. Filzpatrick's. 6-4 Baby carriages at Manger's. 52 tf New styles bustles at Kramer's. Flags For the Fourth at MFit2,.w 6-4 Misses corsets only 18 cents, at Kramer's. Summer cloaks and dolmans at Kramer's. Fine line of carpets very cheap at Kramer's. Fire crackers headquarters at E. D. Filzpatricks. 6-4 AH styles neck-wear, ladies and gents, at Kramer's. Summer silks all the new styles at Friedhof & Co's. Kramer's fine line of laces at greatly reduced prices. J. P. Becker and family arc ex pected home this week. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Ebony window poles with brass fixtures can be had at Hunger's. 9-2 An entirely new line of carpets, all the late styles at Fridhof & Co. . Be sure to go to Gus. G. Becher & Co. for abstract of title to lands. 200 pieces of embroidery from 2 cts. per yard up, at Friedhof & Co. New lawns...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 25 June 1884

S r?32L yrKld- S&gltKKt?,raa:8g!BBgafnffWBWt - wi l tr THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884. Sstersd it tie P sstgSci, Csluatai, Sit., si final dux matte;. 2b the Editor: Here Is a balmy little thin-. To fillyour heart with Joy; But as It Is a sons of epttag. I send It by a hoy. the roue The vine on the cot is blowing, The nest is built la the tree, jted the apple limbs are snowing Their blooms in the fragrant lea. The bird to his mate is sinffinr. The lambkin skips on the hill. And the rosy clover's springing Beside the gurgling- rill. Sir Strephon his lore is sighing. The cricket begins to chirp. And the boy In the back yard's tying The can to the brindled purp. Above the lake in the hollow That mirrors a cloudless sky Is darting the airy swallow. And the purple dragon-fly. The bumble-bee in the garden Buns riot the livelong day. And Maud In her Dolly Varden Plucks flowers along the way. SirStcpbon his love is sighing, The cricket begins to chirp. And the boy In the back yar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 July 1884

i -h 4 & p. THE JOTTKCTAL. ISSUKI) KVKHV WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TUROSrER. & CO., Proprietor! and Publisher. ET OFFICE, Eleventh St., up ttaire m Journal Building. terms: Peryear ? 22 Sixmonth T2 Three months Single copies BUSINESS CARDS. D.T. JlAKTYN, II. D. F. J. ifCHUO, M. D. Dr.. MARTYN & SCHTJQ, D. S. Examining Surgeons, Local Piiriri-oii-. Union PaciflV. O., N. ii II. I!, and . A- -M. It K'-. CoiiMillitimn in Giriu-in and Kufrliah Telephones at nllice and reiidriire. COLUMBUS, - NBRASrCA A'2- T) UOIItillKKTl, II. , ' MYICIAXS: SURGEON. tiTOlli.-o ccnnd door il or pot-ollii'.-. 51 -v i-i yswian suit geon. Difcases of women and children a spe cialty. County plivs.ici.in. Oili.-f former ly occinuVtl l.v Ir. Hoiii'stecl. Telephone exchange. o I.I. A AIIHAIJII, IK1.S. DENIAL PARLOR, On coiner ot Kltwnlh and North itrect, over Knisl hardware More. C lOin'KI'UM Ac NDIJ.IVAK, A TTOliNFYS-AT-LA W, IJp-slairsin Oluck Kuilding, llta street, Above the New hank. TT .1. IIIJMJiO, x or...

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

K mpnji f'l i j rt ; I! i I! : it I lu i j I s Vi I WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1884. National Republican Ticket. lor President, JAMBS G. MLAINE, Of Maine. .For Vice-President, JOBK A. IAMSAIV, Of Illinois. Republican State Convention Has been called to meet at Omaha, Wed nesday, August 27th, 18SJ, at 10 o'clock a. m., to nominate five candidates for presidential electors. Also, for Govern or, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Auditor of Public Accounts . Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Attorney General. Platte county is entitled to seven del egates. , G. TV. E. Dobsky, Chairman. S. B. Colson, Secretary. May 2V1884. The Hastings Gazette-Journal Ib in favor of "protection for revenue only." An Irish-American, Blaine and Logan club has been organized at Omaha. C. C. Caldwell of Omaha died Thursday, aecd 50 years. He leaves an estate worth $300,000. Robert Griffin, of London, calcu lates that the world will not be larg...

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. — 2 July 1884

i r V- I . He if 6 mi r 4afemhts ffenaok TEDNE5DAY JTXY 2 !Ss4- The Fourth at Ottfs. Fire-works at Ott's. Fire crackers at Ottrs. To cool off Otr's Ice cream. Baby carriages at Hangers. 52 tf Boys, get yoar fire crackers at Ott's. G and get Ottfs cat east cf State Bank. To Ottrs for Feurth cf July goods. A fan gratis at Ott's, with yoar ice cream. Summer silks all the new styles at Frie&hof & C?. James McDonald has been np to the Omaha Reservation. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & XIbiock. B. Callahan of Postvilie report crops goGd in his neighborhood. Ebony window poles with brass fixtures can be had at Munger. 9-2 An entirely new line of carpets, all the kite styles at Fridhof & Co. Be snre to go to Gcs. G- Becher & Co. lor abstract of title to lands. 500 pieces of embroidery from 2 ; cts. per yard np, at Friedhof & Co. Too enght to go to Ott on the Fourth. Get your money's worth. W. EL Bacon of Metz, leaves us a fine specimen of Lost Nat...

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. — 2 July 1884

rz.?zfc dis fcf JEJMuwjf & 1 i. i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1881. S&tnil at tie PeitsSei, Celsatss. Kit., u riesid CUM sutiir. TEEAEOTIC WATCH. 1 upootbe frosen foaa. Auto vessel xmr xrom looe, Tae yacht Jeanactta. The polar star above ber lies, A award of light act in the skies; The Arctic war is on ber deck. And Hope has left the broken wreck. Bereft of aU things else but Fate. And elnkinff, sinking-, sinkta- yet. Behold her lying- desolate. The lost Jeannettel it. Dead heroes on a field of scow; One lonely heart that, beating- stew. Yet dreams of home. Where g-olden fruits are on the bough, AB9 all the woods are crimson now. The last of that high-hearted band Keeps vigil in that bitter land : And, crowned with thorns of frost and pais. Lives o'er his boyhood days again; And in his drear death-watch uplifts His gaze, and sees beyond the drifts. The iceberg- tall, a crystal pate. By which his risen comrades wait. Not weak and worn like men who died. But robed, and cro...

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. — 9 July 1884

- THE JOUBNAL. ISbUKD EVeitY WEDNESDAY, jl. Iv. TURNER 5b CO., Proprietors and Publishers. KATES OP AlftYEKTISIIVC;. flululHlltIS 0tpl M tiTBusinoaa and professional cards of five liuc3 or less, per annum, five dollars. S3 For time advertiscmonts, apply at this office. JSTLegal advertisements at statute rates- jSTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. S3" All advertisements payable monthly. PEBSOHAL AND IMPERSONAL. 3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal liuilditig. TEas: Poryc.tr Six mouths Three months Single copied .3 0 . 1 OO SO 5 VOL. XV.--NO. 11. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JULY 9, 1884. WHOLE NO. 739. f i t r- o J- I BH3IHESS CAEDS I). T. 31 aktvx, M. D. F. J. CUUG, M. D. Dr. MAHTYN & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Loc.il Sur-rcon-". Union I'acilic, O.. N. As P.. H.aml IL.V M. It. U'. CoiimiIW'iou in Germ-in ami Kn.;liu Telephones at ollire ami reMUeiu o. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA. 1. -p iMi;iiitiv, ji. s . j'lirvciA.wt- scegeon j"T01hVc m-chihI door east of ...

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

-v - N nwHUwm . f , f'W1""!! w AwaCf MMCSESB 'i nii ttaffctct, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1884. National Bepublican Ticket. lor President, JAMBS e. BLAWE, Of Maine. For Vice-Fresident, JOHN A. liOeAN, Of Illinois. Bepublican State Conreation Has been called to meet at Omaha, Wed nesday, August 27th, 18S4, at 10 o'clock a. xan to nominate five candidates for presidential electors. Also, for Govern or, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Auditor or Public Accounts , Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Attorney General. Platte county is entitled to seven del egates. , G. W. E. Dobsky, Chairman. S. B. Colsox, Secretary. May 22, 18S4. The herald claims a population of 50,000 for Omaha. Choice ripe cherries are selling in the Flattsmonth market at fourteen qnarts for a dollar. Foub deaths at Toulon and six at Marseilles of cholera. Neably 5,000 women are employed in the various government offices in England. Hekby S. Neax, of ...

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 July 1884

9 T o r if urn bus four nl, WEDNESDAY JULY t), 1SSL Baby carriages at Monger's. 52 tf Mrs. I. J. Slatsery went east yes terday. . Ernest Stonier is at home from Ann Arbor, Mich. Summer eilks all the new stylos at Friedhof &Co's. J. N. Heater returned Monday last from a visit east. Some good work is being dono on the streets of the city. W. M. Cornelius spent tho Fourth with his family in tho city. Mrs. Paul Hagel and children left for Wisconsin Sunday. Fire, lightuing and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Ebony window poles with brass fixtures can be had at Hunger's. 9-2 M. Weaver was up from Omaha on a visit to his family last week. An entirely new line of carpels, all tho late styles at Fridhof & Co. Le sure to go to Gus. G. Becher & Co. for abstract of title to lands. 200 pieces of embroidery from 2 cts. per yard up, at Friedhof & Co. Sup't. Moncriof and his cousin, Miss Moncricf, wont east Saturday. Supervisors in session this week proceedings iu Jou...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 July 1884

w"4 el(- The Great Laaikrl. The third richest man in the Union h John Jacob Astor, the chief owner and heir of the Astor estate. Unlike many millionaires, Astor has both auno and riches a name linked with fabulous wealth for three succeeding Snerations. The estimated value of 9 Astor estate is from $90,00&,000 to $100,000,000, a veritable mountain of gold. John Jacob and William B. are its sole owners, the former's interest said to be two-thirds. For nearly a century the title of be ing "the landlords of New York" has attached itself to them. John Jacob's interest in houses, lots and farms may be computed in the thousands. Among the valuable buildings prin cipally owned by Mr. Astor as chief heir to the estate is the old landmark, the Astor House, which was sold to his : father by his grandfather, the founder of the immense estate, for $1. Its j present value is said to be 2,000,000, beinir assessed at 1,750,000. Tho I Guarantee and Indemnity building, chiefly owned by Mr. Astor...

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 July 1884

THE JOURNAL. ISaUUD KVEKY WEDNESDAY, JU. KI. TURNER So CO., Proprietors and Publishers. TES P AEHT1MJ! C tiCofiitto 0ipl rTBusineas and professional cards of five linea or leas, per annum, five dollars. 13 For time advertisements, apply at this office. XSTLegal advertisement at statute rates STFor transient advertiaine;, see rates on third" pas. ,X3TAU advertisements payable monthly. 3 OFFICE, Eleventh St., vp stairs in Journal Building. TERMS: Per year ... Six months Three months Single copies. VOL. XV.-NO, 12.- COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JULY 16, 1884. WHOLE NO. 740. (The .. io S9 93 f K SV o J iT BUSINESS CABDS. D.T. ii lUTOf, M. D. F. J. 5CHCG, M. D. Drs. MAETYH & SCHTJG, 0. S. Examining Surgeons, Lr.- il Siimeou-. rnlon I'a.'idc. O.. X. .V D. H. and tt.jt M. U. K'. r't.iiMiltation hi Genu m ami Knuli-lt Telephone-, nt rtice ami re-.itlen.-tfi. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA. J2- P. ioi 4.'iii:ie tv, 31. i . yi wr.i V .c sriiGEOx. JJtT"ni. - M-i-onil il.xir ci"tof po-t-oluV.-. 51 - J....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 July 1884

1, fiwksftarl, WEDNESDAY, JDLY1C, 1884. National Sepnblican Ticket. lor President, JAMES G. BLAISE, Of -Maine. For Vice-President, JTOBTV A. LOAN, Of Illinois. Eepuslican State Conrsotioa Has been called to meet at Omaha, Wed nesday, August 27th, 18S4, at 10 o'clock a. m., to nominate five candidates for presidential electors. Also, for Govern or, Lieutenant Governor, Secretory or State, State Treasurer, Auditor or Public Accounts . Commissioner or Public Lands and Buildings, Superintendent or Public Instruction and Attorney General. Platte county is entitled to seven del egates. . G."v".E.Dobsky, Chairman. S. B. Colson, Secretary. Kay 22, 1884. Sepublican Central Committee. Members or the Platte Co. Bepublican Central Committee are requested to meet at the Joukkal Office, Columbus, Monday, July 21st, 2 p.m., for tho purpose or ax ing a time tor holding a republican coun ty convention, to select delegates to the Congressional Convention to be held at Columbus, Aug. 20th, and for the...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 July 1884

K f i t J l i n 4- ttowEttisfaurittt, WEDNESDAY JULY 1C, ISoJ. Baby carriages at Monger's. 52 tf Summer silks all the new styles at Friedhof &Co'b. H. C. Lerew returned "Wednes day from a visit to Perry, la. Corbin's bridge gang is here fix ing np the railroad crossings. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. F. Schug left Thursday for a visit to Canada. "Jay." Merrill has lost one of his matched horses, valued at $200. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Haus Elliott recently lost by lung fever a sorrel horse worth 1160. A large portion of Platte county's small grain will be cut this week. An entirely new line of carpets, all the late styles at Fridhof & Co. Be eure to go to Gus. G. Becher & Co. for abstract of title to lands. 200 pieces of embroidery from 2 eta. per yard up, nt Friedhof & Co. Early & Niblock represent the best line of fire insurance companies in Columbus. Six lots in the block west of the Presbyterian church are for sale very cheap. 1 ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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