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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 August 1884

KATS OF AUVTEKTISLXC;. J3TEusines3 and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, Eve dollars. TSI For time advertisements, apply at this office. 23Legal advertisements at statute rates. iSsTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. I7A11 advertisements payable monthly. THE JOURNAL. lolutnlis IssCED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURXER fc CO. Proprietors and Pabliakers. 33T OFFICE,-Eleventh St.. tip stairs ,' in Journal Building. terms: Per year Six month Ttiree months single copies 1 95 VOL. XV -NO. 18. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST "27, 1884. WHOLE NO. 746. l0HPi ilii $z BUSINESS CAEDS. D. T. 31 ARTY M. D. F. J. SCHCG, M. D- Drs. MAB.TYN SCHTIG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, on-ultatin- in German and F.nsrlUh. Telephone- at otHce and residences. r-nT.TTArnnS. - NEBRASKA. 42-y T) !! W1IKIMY. 31. -. i'i '' 7-4-V tC SUEGEOS. rjfi i(ii. e i i r ea-t ot po-t-otliee. j s". " i.x. .is. PIIi J CIAS t ' '' i' EOS. !,, ,. . . , n.iii n an.lln.JrMi a -pe-.lalll". ..IU'i .tM.'U!l...

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. — 27 August 1884

CofumbusoHtnal, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. National Republican Ticket. lor Tresident, Of JIainc. For Vice-President, JOIBX A. LOGAi, OflllinoiB. Congressional. For Congress Third District, GEORGE XV. E. DORSEY, of Dodge Count'. Republican State Convention Has been called to meet at Omaha, "Wed nesday, August '27ih, 1SS4, at 10 o'clock a. m., to nominate live 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 or Public Instruction and Attorney General. Platte county i entitled to seven del egates. G. "r. E. Doksky, Chairman. S. B. Colsox, Secretary. May 22, 18SL Edisok took out sixty-five patents last year. The pay roll of this government amounts to $20,005,830.95. A famine is reported in Yucatan, and corn riots are feared. Docrrons indorse watermelons, eaten cold and between meals. It is stated that Greely believes in the existence...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 August 1884

4- 1 y k r !Iumbu$!lM!i;m wh WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27. 1SS4. Wanted! At the Grand Pacific Hotel, 5,000 spring chickens, for which the high est market price will be paid. 14-tf New goods at Kramer's. Read Mrs. Stump's advertise ment. 17-7-tf Selz' hand-made shoes at Kra mer's. The city schools will open Mon day next. Boy's boots for $1.00 at J. AT. Honahan's. 2-1S-21 The lowest prices and latest styles at Kramer's. Weber & Knobel have a sale of slock Aug. 29th. Ladies fine kid side lace shoe? for $1.00 at J. M. Honahan's. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early fe Niblock's. Be sure to go to Cus. G. Becher & Co. for abstract of title to lands. Ladies, have you seen the fine ladies' neck-wear at Mrs. Stump's. The School Board advertise for bids for erection of the new school house. The brick school-house is being remodeled, making four good-sized rooms. Gua. G. Becher & Co. represent the leadiug insurance companies of the world. Early & Niblock represent the best ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 August 1884

l"'ritJi?pr ifrr n-"- i"T -J rriM" -" - I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1884. Isierei it its Fs&Sre, Cslsstai, Hct., at itesni elus sitter. MISUNDERSTOOD. AFabl. I bold it is a solemn truth which bears lesson JfOOl, Tie better not to speak at all than be miaun lcrtocd. In silence there may bo a balm, in speech a deadly bane. Therefore, 'tis test to 6ilent be: and always thus remain. Anllcst you doubt the fact which I so earn estly declare. Please call to mind the story of the lambkin and the Bear. A Lambkin sported say and free, life was a Joy to him. When in his pathway tlicr appeared a Bear morose and srnin. " Good day," quoth Uruin, with a grin, "how Ij vinir ilp.ir nm-mii?" ThelJimtsftln trembled wiUi affright, and only answered " Ua-a." And do ou dare pay Huh to mor' the mon ster llcrccly cried; "I'll eat you up'" and eo he did. and thus the Lambkin died. Bo. I hold it is a solemn truth which bears a ICFSOIl XTO(Hl Tis better not to'tpeak at all than bo misun derstood....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 September 1884

KATES OF AlWEKTISINC;. 37Business and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. t2J For time advertisements, apply at this office. IStTLegal advertisements at statute rates. Z3 OFFICE, Eleventh St., up utairs lit Journal Building. ISaTTor transient advertising, see rates on third page. 7A11 advertisements payable monthly. terms: Per year Six mouths Three months Single rople- .82 OO 1 OO SO o.t VOL. XV.-NO. 19. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1884. WHOLE NO. 747. THE JOUENAL. IsSUKD KVERY WKDXKbDAV, M. K. TURNER & CO. Proprietors and PabliGhers. lie 4 flVtt 4V4A vl Mlttmns K K Y BUSINESS CAP.LS. D.T. M Aim x. M. I. F. .1. -chco, M. D. Drs. UASTYN & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Local Surgeon-. 1'iiion Pacific. O.. X. .v, P.. 11. and It M. U. K'-. Consultation i" (icrintn anil Knxli-h. TYIcplmiic at olbcc and icidenre. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA. i !ii,!!i:i:ti,""... I'll YSi cia x c- .ST: 7 A'OJV. i.J5T tiln - ul l'n i it ! po-t-oIhVr. :.i- J S V...

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

f(nwfcusfUEnat. WEDNESDAY, SETT. 3, 1884. Rational Republican Ticket. lor President, JTA3IES G. 0E.AJTVE, Of Maine. For Vice-President, JOB A. LOOAIYt Of Illinois. Nebraska Republican Ticket. For Governor, JAMES A. DAWES, of Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor. II. H. SflEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer, C. H. W1LLARD, of Thayer County. For State Auditor. H. A. 15ABCOCK, of Valley County. For Secretary of State, E. T. ROGGEN, of Lancaster Count y. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM LEESE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Public Lands, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For Itegcnt of State University, to CU vacancy. LEAVITT BURNAM, of Douglas county. For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, W. W.W.JONES, of Lancaster County. For Presidential Electors. CHARLES H. DEWEY, of Douglas. HENRY SPRICK, of Washington. R. B.IIAltUINGTON, of Gage. A. L. BURR, of Harlan. JOHN MACKIN, of Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District, GEORGE W. E. DORSEY, of Dodge County. E. M....

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. — 3 September 1884

r '4 K fr J r if otum&us fhutimt, WEDNESDAY SEPT. 3, 1SS4. gBmftMBlBBiBaCHHMni Wanted! At the Grand Pacific Hotel, 5,000 spring chickens, for which the high est market price will be paid. 14-tf New goods at Kramere. Read meut. Mrs. Stump's advertise-17-7-tf Good goods and low prices at Kramer's. Stock sale at llobt. McPherson's Sept. 15th. Boy's boots for $1.00 at J. M. llouahan's. 2-lS-2t The best kitchen safe ever made. See it at Mungcr's. 1 The Nellie Boyd combination to night and to-morrow. For flannels, yarns and water proofs go to Kramer's. Ladies line kid side lace shoe? for $1.00 at J. M. llouahan's. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early fc Niblock's. The new addition to Galley Bros, store is ready for the carpenter. The best boots and flioes at the lowest prices at J. B. Delsman's. 2 Be sure to go to Gus. G. Bechcr & Co. for abstract of title to lauds. Ladies, have you seen the fine ladies' neck-wear at Mrs. Stump's. Ladies' Blaine lace pins and other ne...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 September 1884

BaddhisB in Bossla. J According to Russian law no subject Site Czar, whether born in or con certed to the Russian Establishad Chaich. that is, the Greek Eastern -Church, can abandon his religion under any cfccujnstauces whatever. And there is nofitinishmcnt severe enough for the traitor to his religion. Neither gibbet nor bullet nor a Siberian mine is dcamedBoughfor such a criminal. He must eltiMt return to his religion or die in an underground cell in some re ligions -prSoiuri, Under such conditions Hussia'cesftainly would seem to be not a f avorable'soil for free religious thought Yet no other country shows to-day such a powerful religious fermentation as Russia. The upper classes arc fast abandoning the Established Church for deism, atheism, spiritualism. Free Masonry, posith-ismand Protestantism, and among the lower classes the ltaskol or Russian Protestantism is assuming multifarious forms, from the purest rationalism to the crudest superstition. By virtue of her geographical s...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 September 1884

THE JOURNAL. KATES OF ADTEKTULC. Icsi" .Business and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 337 For time advertisements, apply at this office. JSTLegal advertisements at statute rates. STor transient advertising, sae rates on third page. ST AH advertisements payable monthly. O'uliunlm imtitpl tSSCKD EVKKY SDKsI)AY. M. K. TURNER M CO. Frourietors and Publishers. l3OFFICE.-Elevemh.St.. up 'Mir n Journal Builtiiny. lie TERM:: Per year . . .3 OO J -is ui.tnth- I OO rr.-f month- - 2 ' i ii r!- . opie- . j VOL. XV.-NO. COLUMBUS. NEB., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1884. WHOLE NO. 748. V- t X V w p9 Y BUSINESS CA2.DS. ! 1 Mkt-.n M I. F.J nii.. M. l Drs. MAETYX & SCHTIG. LS. Examining Surgeons. 1..--1' -r n-. T'n-n PwinV, .. N '& It. II. and l A M It. It'-- T. 1. ; !r m it .irtii-t- an. I rc-ide -. COLUM3US. NEBRASKA. 1) !!Ot (.Ili:!Ml "!. Z.. 1 '. M A C t A' r EOS. rjg' li.-e onl .l.r . a.-t of po-t-omVe J. riIYICIAX SI RGEOX. !,.. !.... ,u HMin a ami caildre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 September 1884

tttttttasffatcttal WEDNESDAY, SETT. 10, 1884. National .Republican Ticket. lor President, JAMBS G. BLJLME, Or Maine. For Vice-President, JOH A. -LOGAJtf, Of Illinois. Nebraska Republican Ticket. For Governor, .TAMES A. DAWES, or Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor, 51. H. SUEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer. C. H. WILLARD, of Thayer County. For State Auditor. II. A. UABCOCK, of Valley County. For Sccretarv of State, E. P. ROGGEN, of Lancaster County. For Attornev-General, WILLIAM LEEBE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Public Lands, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For Regent of State University, to fill vacancy. LEAVITT BURNA3I, of Douglas county. For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, Y. W.W.J ONES, of Lancaster County. For Presidential Electors. CIIAKLES II. DEWEY, of Douglas. IIENUY SPKICK, of Washington. K. II. HARRINGTON, of Gage. A. L. BURR, of Harlan. JOHN JIACKIN, of Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District, GEORGE W. E. DORSEY, of Dodge Coun...

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. — 10 September 1884

Il V Calambiis J aurnal. W EDNE5DAY ?EPT 10. ls4. Wasted: At the Grand Pacific Hotel, 5,000 spring chickem, for which the high est market price will be paid. 14-tf New goods at Kramers. Business is tows is picking up. Bead Mrs. Stump's advertise ment. 17-7-tf Come ! Cone ! ! Come ! ! ! to the fair. Onr county fair opens next " - j-Good goods and low prices cramer's. Boy's boots for tt.00 at J. M. UOnanan S. --1S--1 For nannels. yams and water proof go to Kramer's. The east-bound Denver train was late yesterday morning. -The Planter's Wife" to-morrow night at the Opera Hoase. Scores of Platte county people are attending the fair at Omaha. i Lad ie fine kid side lace shoes i for $1.00 at J. M. Honahans. ; Fire, lightning and wind storm j insurance at Lariy & Xiblocf s. ; The Omaha Daily Republican looks quite tony in its new suit. The best boot? and shoes at the lowest prices at J B. Delsman's. 2 A J. Amod bar sold his herd ot cattle to Dorgan Broe. & Hurlbut. Be sure to go to...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 September 1884

ssw T'J"ri fT --.- .. Inn J VJ U XvJN ALi.daoent maa to make a shpccocile qt. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1881. Estcrci at the P:rt:2:e, C:lh:. Kct., ss joccsd dit: sitter. Of 'It KIND OF A MAN. Bio kind or a man Tor you ami mol Sic faces Uic .rorld iiiillinchinKly, And smite, ais qk ! the wronjr resists. With a knuckled faith and force like UsU: Hi lives the life he i iircahin f. And loves where imt is the need of love; His voice is clear to tho deaf man's oars. And his face sublime through tho blind man's tears; The lijjht hhinee out where the clouds wc dim. And the w idow's prayer joe3 up for him; The latch clicked at the hovel door. And the .-ick man sees the sun mice more. And out on the barren Held he sees ftoriujrinu: l)lo-oms and wuviiu? trees, FeelttiK. a.s wily the dyinjr may, Tliat 1!m1V own Servant ha-, como that way. Smoothing the path as it still winds on Through tucKOldeiifcrJti' where his loved Imvo gone II. The kind of a man for me and you; However little ol worth we do He...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 September 1884

flWtJjtitts BATES OP AJftTEKTISlXCr. j anainesg and prcfesaicnal cards of fire lines or leas, -per irnrrnrr:, frre dollars. 23? For tine advertisements, apply at this cSce. S""TXeal advertisements at statnta rates- STFcr transient advertJs&xg, see rates en third page. SAH. adTertisesients payable menthiy "OFFICE Eleventh St., vp stairs in Journal BuUdixuj. TEEMS: Per year .. six months Three souths Single copies. .2 0 5 VOL. X7.-N0. 21. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1884. WHOLE NO. 749. THE JOTXRyAIi. ISSUE) KVXHT WZPSISPAr, M. EI. TTJRER Sc CO. Sroorietars and Publishers. fitMpl iw - L i ' m- $S STT333SSS CfiRT)S. D.T. 21-urrrx. 3LD. F. J - scnrc. H- D Drs. X12TYN & SCHTTG, U. S. Examining Surgeons. Local Surgeon. Union Pacific. .. X. X B. E. and 11. .t- M R- Rs. . on-ultations xn lierruin ami En-ilish Telephones at atfice and residences. COLUMSUS. - rrZHHASKA. iz-v T) DULGIIEKTY. 36. !-- PR TSI CIA S t i" UR G E' "'X. "K3Oi2rc e-ond door east of post-ottiee. j. 1...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 September 1884

Jfttuwtasfbttiwil WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1884. National Bepablican Ticket. lor President, JAMES 6. Mj&IIVE, - Of Maine. For Vice-President, JOHIf A. IiOGAIV, OfUlinoIfl. Mebnuka Republican Ticket. For Governor, JAMES A.DAWES, of Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor, IL H. 8HEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer, C. H.WILLAKD, of Thayer County. For Slate Auditor, H. A. BABCOCK, of Valley County. For Secretary of State. E. P. KOGGEN, of Lancaster County. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM LEESE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Public Lands, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For ttegcut of State University, to fill vacancy. LEAVITT BURNAM, of Douglas county. For Superintendent of Public Instruc- tion, W.W.W. JONES, of Lancaster County. For Presidential Electors. CHARLES H. DEWEY, of Douglas. IIENKY SPRIOK, of Washington. K. B. U ARRINGTON, of Gage. A. L. BURR, of Harlan. JOHN MACKIN, of Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District. GEORGE W. E. DORSE Y, of Dodge County....

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. — 17 September 1884

t t BEL. CabustasStai WEDNESDAY SEPT. IT, li. At the Grand Pacific Hotel, 5000 spring chickens, for which the high est market price will be paid. 14-tf "Visit the fair. To Ott's for lunch. Jlmaccr tsrmitvre. Go to Otfs for oyster's. 6-1 Xew goods at Kramer's. Nice, fresh oyster3 at Otr'a. An immense stock of toys Ott's. For a square, solid lunch, go at to Ott's. Read Mrs. Stump's advertise ment. 17-7-tf Good goods and low prices at Kramers. Boy"-: soots for LG0 at J- M. Honahan's. 2-lS-2t Evan Davis's little girl is sick with dropsy. Toys, toy?, toys till you can'l rest, at Ott's. Conventions and fairs are the or der of the day. Cofins and all kind.- of funeral goods at Mangers. For fianaels, yams and water proofs go to Kramer's. Ton will save money by trading at TVermnth & Btstrchers. 21-tf Ladies fine kid side lace shoes for 1.00 at J. M. Honahan's. The skating rink was crowded on the opening Monday evening. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & NTWock's. It ...

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. — 17 September 1884

'JfrJttlft THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, SKrT. 17, l8Si. tsimi i tti PKisSei, Cslsafcs. Kit., u tiusl dtSKittu. BANISHED. FROM MAS9ACHCSETT8, 1690. Orer tho threshold of his pleasant horns Bet in green clearings passed the exiled Friond, In simple tract, misdoubting; not the end. "Dear heart of mine I" ho said, "the time has come To trust the Lord for 6heltcr." Ono long rare The pood wife turned on each familiar thing The lowing kino, the orchard blossoming, Tho open door that showed tho hearth-tiro s blaze And calmly answered: "Yea, He will pro vWc." Silent and slow they crossed tho homestead 8 bound, lingering the longest by their child's grave mound. "Jlovo. on, or stay and hang!" the 6herifl Cried. They left behind them more than homo or land, And set sad faces to an alien strand. Safer with wlnd3 and waves than human wrath, With ravening wolves thun those whose real for God Was cruelty to man, the exiles trod Drear leagues of forest without guide or path. Or, launching frail bouts on...

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. — 24 September 1884

r P, ii "frJ? - THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVZ2T WEDNESDAY. "M. HI. TURXER 5c CO. Prcnrietors and Publishers. 230F.FICE:, Eleventh St., up ttcirs in Jevrnal Bttildig. TZEHi: Per year -ix raonta. Tiiree moatas Mnzle -opie- 2 oe 1 oo OS i 3US"E"TESS CASES. I T MAKTYN M. I F .. CHCG. If. D. Brs. 21AZTTX' c 5CHTTG. C. S. Examining Surgeons. L" -VS'-u. 'L-iV' C -' . on-nltati- a- ia --ma and En-ilisu T. .trnone- a: uffcce ax; ' residence-. rnrrrvi: . I7Z5RASK-S.. VIU w 4U-- p ioi iii:kty. m. - pfps. :.i.vr. legeox. : o .. r..'. .! r oast of po-t-oftice. J Xi IL". "l -- phy i -"iax ".""' geox. ,.a.. - ii -n and ca: iren a -pc-. . .. v .,i.i,-iin. ortu-e fornier- I.-.-a- v o.'- up.,-,1 i'v lr "bone-teei. Telephone .'...nil. . "' fi'-aiBZ' . o LI.A ASIIKAIGH. I. I.S. I'ZXIAL PARLOR. On corner ' E- -r:a and N rth -treet.-over h-n-- - ua.-uware -lore. C iOK.ELIt S A: il'l.UVA, A TTUllX'E YS-A J-LA W, Up-stairs in Crluck Building, lltfa treet. Above the New bank. tt j. iino. yOTAliT PUBLIC. !2th "trw...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 September 1884

l! u otttw feu Kronen!, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24, 18SL Vatioual Republican Ticket. lor President, JAMBS G. BE.AJCVE, Of Maine. Tor Vice-l'rcsident. JOI1X A. LOGAA, Of Illinois. Hebraska Eepublican Ticket. For Governor, JAMES A. DAWES, of Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor, II. H. SHEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer, C. H. WILLAItD, of Thayer County. For State Auditor, II. A. BABCOCK, of Valley County. For Secretarr of State. E. P. IIOGGEN, of Lancaster County. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM LEESE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Public Laude, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For Kegent of State University, to fill vacancy. LEAVITT IJURNAM, of Douglas count1. For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, W. W.W.JONES, of Lancaster County. For Presidential Electors. CIIAULES H. DEWEY, of Douglas. 1IENKY SPIHCK, of Washington. It. 11. IIAKULNGTON, of Gage. A. L. i;UIUl, of Harlan. JOHN MACKIN, of Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District, GEOItGE W. E. DOHSEY, of Do...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 September 1884

u " 5 r afumfcusffournal. WEDNESDAY SEPT. 24, 18S4. Wanted! At the Grand Pacific Hotel, 5,000 spring chickens, for which the high est market price will be paid. 14-tf llaBEer- raraitHre. New goods at Kramer's. "Brevity is the soul of wit." Read Mrs. Stump's advertise ment. 17-7-tf Good goods and low prices at Kramer's. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Munger's. For flannels, yarns and water proofs go to Kramer's. A fine line of heating stove? at Krause, Lubkcr & Co's. 22-tf You will save money by trading at Wcnnulh & Butcher's. 21-tf Fire, lightniug and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. It pays to trado at Kramer's. Johnny Dcchcr, who has been tick for some time, is about again. Ladies, have you seen the fine ladies' neck-wear at Mrs. Stump's. The JoricNAL. is the only paper in the county, that is printed all at home. Charles Ilurgcr will soon locate at Bell wood and open a broom factory. The ISapiisIs hold services next Sunday at the High School buildi...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 September 1884

Sprlcjf Water. There is a common notion that spring tratcr Is pretty much the same every where, that its constitution varies muoh less than that of water from other sources. It is truo that in general spring water is the best drinking water. But there are verv wide differences in the quality of different springs, and especially in the quantity and quality of the various mineral substances which they contain. The main distinction is into hard and soft waters. The hard waters are those which contain limo and magnesian salts, and consequently will not form a lather with soao until after the soap has decomposed these salts. The "soap test" for hardness consists in employing a solution of soap of a given strength, and ascertaining how much of this must bo added to a given quantity of water to form a lather which will last a given time. Hard water may be softened to a considerable iextent by boiling it in some cases an economical expedient. There are hard ?vaters that require seventeen ti...

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