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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 1 October 1884

UM - THE JOTJBNAL. ISSUED nVEKY WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TURNER fc CO. Proprietors and Publishers. i0np MATE OF ADVEKTlSIIVCi. BTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. I3f For time advertisements, apply at this office. BTLegal advertisements at statute rates. GTTor transient advertising, see rates on third page. tSTAU advertisements payable monthly. J3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. TEltMS: Per year Six mouths Three months Single copies .$s oo . 1 oo on VOL. XV.-NO. 23. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1884. WHOLE NO. 751. t t ' f W .Cl& BUSINESS CAEDS. D.T. Maktyn. 31. 1). F. .1. Sciiuu, M. 1). Drs. MAETYN & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Loc.il Sunrcons. Union Pacific, O., N. ,fc 11. II. and ..t M.R. R's. Consultation- in German and KnlMi. Telephones at olliee and residence-. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA. 4i-y i) imh'uiikkty,!. ., pn ysi cia x a suji ceox. JjTOllicc second door e.ist of pott-ouico. ."l-v I I". WII.WO,...

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. — 1 October 1884

CtuttHsfntuil, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1884. Hational Republican Ticket. lor President, .TAJIKS 6. BLtE, Of Maine. For Vice-President, JOHN A. LOGAIf, Of Illinois. Nebraska Republican Ticket. For Governor, JAMES A. DAWES, of Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor, II. H. SHEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer, C. H. WILLARD, of Thayer County. For State Auditor. H. A. HABCOCK, of Valley County. For Secretary of State. E. P. HOG GEN, of Lancaster County. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM LEESE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Public Lands, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For Regent 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 II. DEWEY, of Douglas. HENRY SPRICK, of Washington. R. R. HARRINGTON, of Gage. A. L. BURR, of Harlan. JOHN MACKlNopf Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District. GEORGE W. E. DORSEY, of Dodge Couutr. "Who owns th...

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

1 4- o r Columbus Journal WEDNESDAY OCT. 1, 1B8L Wanted! At the Grand Pacific Hotel, 5,000 spring chickens, for which the high est market price will be paid. 14-tf Read Ivramer's ad. 23 ."Wungcr-furniture. Read Mrs. Stump's advertise ment. 17-7-tf Niels Oleson is erecting a large granary. Collins and all kinds offnncral goods at Mungcr's. The Grand Lodge I. O. G. T. meet at Lincoln, Oct. 8. A fine line of heating stoves at Krause, Luhker & Co's. 3-22-tf M. Erb has moved into his new dwelling cast of the city. You will save money by trading at "Wcrmuth & Bettcher'e. 21-tf Ben. Hanson recently sold 1G0 acres of his land for $2000. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Ladies, have you seen the fine ladies' neck-wear at Mrs. Stump's. Parties in want of furniture at bed rock prices, go to Henry Gass. -u-o The main business of an editor is to keep lies out of his papor. Par ton. Guns and ammunition are sold by "Wcrmuth & lla'ttchcr at bottom price...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 1 October 1884

r.ww ---gr BJrMKriigw njytr-l" Ir (utlHsfll WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1884. Irihli-Ajuerlcaa Uleetiae. Notwithstanding an effort waB made on the pert of democrats to capture or break up the. great Irish-American meeting held in New York City the other night in the interest of Blaine and Logan, it proved a grand success in every particular. The Academy of Music where the meeting was held was filled by the audience, composed' in the main of citizens of Irish birth or parentage, and uuited in a happy manner, enthusiasm and careful at tention. The interior of the Acade my was generously decorated with American and Irish flags, and tri colorcd streamers were strung from the ceiling to the galleries. The eye was refreshed by numerous plants on the platform. A large number of distinguished persons were seated on the stage. Among others were Dr. W. B. Wallace, late president of the Irish National League, of Now York, Tatrick Ford of the Irish World, and Jno. Devoy of the Irish Nation. M. D. Gallag...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 October 1884

(fulamlitt) MATES OP ADVEMTUIU& BTBusinsss and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. t3f For time advertisements, apply at this office. tSTLegal advertisements at statute rates. ISTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. X3TA11 advertisements payable monthly. npt ISSUKIl KVKKY VKUNKIAY, il. K. TURNER So CO. Proprietors and Publishers. X3T OFFICE. Eleventh St.. up -tain n Journal Building. tkkms: Prryrar ix month. Tli roc months . Single ropier- . . OO . 1 oo so VOLXV.-NO. 24. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1884. WHOLE NO. 752. THE JOURNAL. lie r t w. li L , s i t' .a BUSINESS CARDS. I .T. Mautvx. 31. 1). F. .1. Scuro, .M. D. Drs. MARTYN & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Loral Surgeon-. 1'iiion Pacific, ., N. .fc P.. II. ami 15. .t M.K. IP-. uisultatitn- in (Icrmaii ami Kugli-h. Telephone?, at oilier ami rcMUciico. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA. 12-y i mi ;in:it rv. .11. !., riirsiciAXi? svbceon. I?"Otlire eeoiid door oat of post-ollice. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 October 1884

ttitts!PKct, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 18S4. national Bepublican Ticket. lor President, JAMES . DL4LHE, Of Maine. For Vice-Frcsident. JOflHF A. IXAIV Of Illinois. Nebraska Bepablican Ticket. For Governor, JAMES A. DAWES, of Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor, II. H. SHEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer. C. H. WILLARD, of Thayer County. For State Auditor. II. A. BABCOCK, of Valley County. For Secretary of State, E. P. ROGGEN, of Lancaster County. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM LEESE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Fublic Lands, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For Regent of State University, to fill vacancy, LEAV1TT BUKXAM, of Douglas county. For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, W. W.W.JONES, of Lancaster County. For Presidential Electors, CHARLES II. DEWEY, of Douglas. HENRY SPRICK, of Washington. R. B. HARRINGTON, of Gage. A. L. BURR, of Harlan. JOHN MACKIN, of Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District, GEORGE W. E. DORSEY, of Dodge County. KepHblican App...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 October 1884

-- T i 'S-- V BKxn A WEDNESDAY OCT. 8, 1884. Read Kramer's ad. 23 -MHBgcr- furniture. District court on the 13th. Warm weather the past week. Read Mrs. Stump's advertise ment. 17-7-tf Yesterday was a day for a warm stove. Buy a comhination parlor suit of Plunger. It Men's overalls at Condon & Mc Kenzie's. Turn out to the Republican meet ing tonight. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Munger's. Coroners seem to be in demaud in every direction. After a rain Monday night the weather turned cool. Men's and ladies' underwear at Condon & McKeuzio's. A fine 'line of heating stoves at Krauee, Lubkcr & Co's. 3-22-tf You will save money by trading at Wermuth & Bcettchcr's. 21-tf Oil paintings, artotypes and chro mos can be had at Munger'a. It The Murdocks are building a dwelling-house for Mr. Sauer. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. The corner stono of the new school house was laid yesterday. John W. Tilling will have a stock sale at Hen...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 October 1884

THE JOTTRNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. S, 18S4. Esieni at tie PerteSce, Celtmtzr, Set., t: tuwi dus mittor. COI IMW AN'S SPEECH. SrBtNGFiELD, 111., Sept 28. Col. Fat Donan's speech here last night, at the Republican rally, created a perfect storm of enthusiasm and in some parts was startlingly brilliant. In his sketch of tbo history of the two parties ho said : The Democratic party has been on evory 6ide of every question except the right sido, which it rarely hits except by mistake. Even when it straddles it generally manages to get both legs on the samo side, and that tho wrong sido. Its platforms, speech es, and organs everlastingly overflow with high-sounding fol-do-rol about "the lofty aspirations and immutable principles of tho grand old Demo cratic party" ; but, judged by its per formances, it mistakes appetito for aspiration, and does not know a principle when it sees one. What aro its much-vaunted principles as manifested by its works? Get out a pair of cross-eyed spectacles and con...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 15 October 1884

"i -V THE JOURNAL. IsSUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, 1SI. Iv. TURNER fc CO. Proprietors and Publisher!. KATES OF ADVEMTlMiarc;. QTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, fivs dollars. 32? For time advertisements, apply at this office. ISTLegal advertisements at statute rates- ETTor transient advertising, see rates on third page. Z5TA11 advertisements payable monthly. tijflMtas 0MP1 T3T0FFICE, Eleventh St., up flairs n Journal Building. TEKMS: Per year... ..S3 OO 100 so OS Six months ... Three months . Single copies .. VOL. XV.--N0. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1884. WHOLE NO. 753. I .SaareBBaf aaai '""aaa. X rsaaat'BBV. iH H PB H H jr k 1 I I 9 IIP" T9 ! BUSINESS CAKDS. 1.T. Maktyn, M. D. V. .1. Schug. M. D. Drs. MAETYH & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Local Surceons. Union Pacific, O., N. & 11. II. and H. & M.U. IPs. Consultation in German and English. Telephones at office and reidences. COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA. A-2-v J."- WIL.SCKV, Jl. ., PHYSI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 15 October 1884

tfttmttisffotictuit, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15, 1884. Sational Republican Ticket. lor President, JA9IBS G. SE.A1IVE, Of Maine. For Vice-Frcsident, JOHN A. LOGAi, Of Illinois. Nebraska Eepublican Ticket. For Governor, JAMES A. DAWES, of Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor, H. II. SHEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer. C. H. WILLARD, of Thayer County. For State Auditor. II. A. BABCOCK, of Valley County. For Secretary of State, E. P. HOG GEN, of Lancaster County. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM LEESE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Public Lands, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For Regent of State University, to fill vacancy. LEAV1TT BUKNAM, of Douglas county. For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, W.W. W.JONES, or Lancaster County. For Presidential Elector, CHAKI.ES H. DEWEY, of Douglas. HENRY SPRIG K, of Washington. R. 11. HARRINGTON, of Gage. A. L. BURR, of Harlan. JOHN MACKIN, of Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District, GEORGE W. E. DOUSE Y, oCDodgc County. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 15 October 1884

v "f MfaSfctfa i Bin rc s s. K 4 - f" Y it -f. s m J olum&usffoucnal WEDNESDAY OCT. 13, 1SS4. MILLINERY!! FALL AND VINTEIt OPENING, 1SS1-S5 BONNETS AND HATS. Thursday and Friday, Oct. 15 and 1G. 1 M. S. Duake. Head Kramer's ad. 23 Ulimper furniture. Read Mrs. Stump's advertise ment. 17-7-lf Men's overalls at Condon & Mc Kcnzic's. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Mungcr's. Men's and ladies' underwear at Condon & McKenzie's. A fine line of heating stoves at Krauso, Lubkcr & Co's. -22-tf You will save money by trading at Vcrmuth & Battchcr's. 21-tf Class meeting at the M. E. church was attended by 30 last Sunday. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock'e. Fall and winter dry goods just received at Condon & McKenzie's. Ladies, have you seen tho fine ladies' neck-wear at Mrs. Stump's. Parties in want of furnituro at bod rock prices, go to Henry Gass. Read Kramer's ad. Dress goods, 12 yards for $1.00, at Condon" & McKenzie's. Th...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 15 October 1884

. . nrm"-m -ZI ZI mijm , Mfc t. THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15, 1884. IsUmI t tli Psie3e, Celestes, ., u sseoal clutsutttr. THAT TARIFF FIiAHK. J. Sterling Mortoa E-rjIfclnm te Iew Democrats Wfcat it J. Sterling Morton essayed to give th Sioux City democrats a statement of the position of the democratic party on the tariff iBsue. His speech here is evidently in subtance a delib erate declaration of the position of the element of the democratic party of which he is a recognized leader. As such, it may be considered signifi cant. Mr. Morton is a member of the democratic national committee. He stands with Morrison, Carliile, Hurd and TVatteraon in the leader ship of tho free trade democrats who control overwhelmingly the party organized in tho houso of representa tives. Ho has been prominently iden tified with the strugglo of tho free trade and tariff factions in the demo cratic party loading up to tho adop tion of tho tariff plank of its last national platform. As a member of the com...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 22 October 1884

THEJOTONAL. issued every wedne&day, M. Iv. TUKNER So CO. Proprietors and Publishers. KATES OPABYKHTBJ1IVG. (fulttmbttb ipJ EETBusfness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 137 For time advertisements, apply at this office. B2Lef al advertisement at statute rates. fesTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. Z3TA11 advertisements payable monthly. 13T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs n Journal Building. terms: Peryear O0 Six months 1 OO Three months SO Single copies OS VOL. XV.--N0. 26. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1884. WHOLE NO. 754. Ik K I KTO1 BUSINESS CARDS. D.T. Martyx, 31- D. F. J. Sciiug, M. D. Drs. MAETYN & SCHUG. U. S. Examining Surgeons. Local Surgeons. I'nioii r:u-ili O., X. .V n. II. and 15. & M. It. It's. Consultations in German and Kn;li.-li. Ti'li'puones at ollii-e and reidcncufe. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA. lJ-y " PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Disea-.es of women and children a spe cialty, t'oiintv physician. OHicefonner l...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 22 October 1884

1 1 U.i m Cttumfcusfoitnal WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1884. Vational Eepuolican Ticket. lor President, JAMBS O. BL.AIXE, Of Maine. For Vice-President, JOI1J' A. IAM-AI, Of Illinois. Hebraska Eepublican Ticket. For" Governor, JAMES W. DAWES, of Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor, II. II. SHEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer. C. H. WILLARD, of Thayer County. For State Auditor, H. A. BABCOCK, of Valley County. For Secretary of State, E. P. ROGGEN, of Lancaster County. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM LEESE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Public Lands, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For Regent 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 II. DEWEY, of Douglas. HENRY SPRICK, of Washington. R. B. HARRINGTON, of Gage. A. L. BURR, of Harlan. JOHN MACKIN, of Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District, GEORGE AY. E. DORSEY, of Dodge C...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 22 October 1884

i i -f i -v 1 r 4- lumfcosffotttnil WEDNESDAY OCT. 22, 1884. To the Indies. HarkncsB Brothers of Council Bluffs will place on exhibition a choice line of ladies' cloaks, Russian circulars, seal plushes, &c, at Mrs. M. S. Drake's millinery parlors, Monday afternoon Oct. 27th, 1884. This will afford an excellent opportunity for ladies to select new and stylish garments, leave measurements and have cloaks made to order without extra expense. Ladies are cordially invited to call and examine these garments. Do not forget the date nor the place. 1 2lwg;er faraltmre. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Men's overalls at Condon & Mc Kenzie's. Remember the Thursday evening prayer meetings. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Mungcr's. Men's and ladies' underwear at Condon & McKcnzie's. A fine line of heating stoves at Krause, Lubker & Co's. 3-22-tf You will save money by trading at Wermuth & Bcettcher's. 21-tf Miss E. Ilochen is the happy possessor of the gold thimble. A ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 22 October 1884

r; k THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1884. fettrti at tti PettgSei, Cslaafcts. Hrt., u itewl eluiBitUr. EDITOM1AE. HOTES. Ik the eastern Ohio M. E. confer ence during the year the number of conversions was 4,750. Times are said to be so bard in Italy that an assassin can be hired to knife a man for 85 cents. A home-bound pigeon went from Liberty, Va., to Newark, N. J., 376 miles, in 493 minutes, or nearly a mile a minute. Ben. Thompson, a solicitor of ad vertisements for the Journal of Ed ucation, is said to be wanted at St. Louis or swindling hia employers. A doctor from England who has traveled in this country says Ameri cans could livo to be a hundred years old if they would take care of them selves. A terrible hurricane viBitod Ice land recently, showing nineteen trad ing vessels and sixty fishing boats lost and thirty-two vessels disabled. It is not known how many wore call ed, but tho number is very great. Recent news from Hong Kong states that the French forceB nndcr Admiral...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 29 October 1884

lf fTa.. u WiJJl '""iiiiwiay g-i 'X t -'" V 1 THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDSKSDAT, M. 1C. TURNER fc GO. Proprietors and Publisher. "s3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs n Journal Building. terms: Per year .. Six mouths Three months Single copies .S OO 1 OO SO OS BUSINESS CARDS. D.T. JlARTYX, M. D. V. .i. SCHCG, M. D. Drs.MARTYN&SCHXIG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Consultations iu Oermau and English. Telephones at office and residences. COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA. 42-y J. F. WILSON 31. ., PHYSICIAN d: SURGEOy. Diseases of women and children a spe cialty. Countv physician. Office former ly occupied by Dr. Honeatccl. Telephone exchange. o 1.I.A AMIIHAIJGHt 1.1.S. DENIAL PARLOR. iin corner of Eleventh and North streets, over Ernst's hardware store. 0 lOBSEWUS A, J4UH.IT AI, A TT0R2TE YS-A T-LA W, Up-stairs in Gluck Building, lltb street, Above the New bank. TT J. IIUI03i, NOTARY PUBLIC. 12th Street, i .loors wfit of lUmmond House, Columbus, Neb. Wl-T J. . ki:i:dkk. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office on...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 29 October 1884

4hiR Ins f .!, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29, 1884. Hational Bepublican Ticket. lor President, JAJ1BM . BL4IKE, Of Maine. For Vice-President., jooar a. log ah, Of Illinois. Hebraska Republican Ticket. For Governor. JAMES W. DAWES, of Saline County. For Lieutenant Governor, II. H. SHEDD, of Saunders County. For State Treasurer. C. H. WILLARP, of Thayer County. For State Auditor, ,, II. A. BABCOCK, of Valley County. For Secretary of State, E. P. ROGGEN, of Lancaster County. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM LEESE, of Seward County. For Commissioner Public Lands, JOSEPH SCOTT, of Fillmore County. For Regent 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 DouglaB. HENRY SPRICK, of Washington. R. B. HARRINGTON, of Gage. A. L. BURR, of Harlan. JOHN MACKIN, of Greeley. Congressional. For Congress Third District, GEORGE W. E. DORSEY, of Dodge County. Judicia...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 29 October 1884

Kn i 1 ii x L.., -y- Y 4pobtmbtis9bHiciwI WEDNESDAY OCT. 29, 1SS4. M linger furniture. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Bring in the election returns early. Men's overalls at Condon & Mc Kenzie's. Old gait at the Packing Hoose for 75 cts. a bbl. 1 Choice winter apples at Herman Oehlrich & Bro's. 2-27-6 Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Hunger's. Men's and ladieB' underwear at Condon & McKenzie'e. A fine line of heating stoves at Krause, Lubker & Co's. 3-22-tf "Wanted, girl to do housework, inquire of C. B. Stillman. 27-tf You will save money by trading at "Wermuth & Boettcher's. 21-tf Rev. Mr. Price will preach next Sunday at the M. E. church. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Fall and winter dry goods just received at Condon & McKenzie's. The most attractive line of parlor Btovcs are sold at Krause, Lubker & Co's. The largest and finest assortment of lamps at Herman Oehlrich & Bro's. Guns and ammunition are Bold ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 29 October 1884

""VgjV' i fr-WTTTi j---"-.-"-- THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29, 183. Irttrci it tho Fniei, Calsata:, Kt., it io::sl cl sittsr. CrestoH. The weather is still very warm. Rev. Tucker's new buildings make quite a show. Crops are fine, and all are happy and contented. T. K. Marlzen sails for Denmark in November, to visit his parents aged 85 and 87. Creston is marching steadily for ward with improvements. Now barns, pastures, shedding and wind mills are to be seen in all directions. Neighbor Anderraan reports froBh green peas, beans, tomatoes, water melon for dinner on Saturday, ail gathered fresh from the garden ; peas and beans in full bloom. Our citizens assembled on Satur day evening, Oct. 19th, in the Centre Creston School House, to listen to the Republican speakers, Dr. Abbott, Mr. J. Marr and Hon. TV. A. Mc Allister; the house was woll filled, the issues of the hour, and the rise and progress of the party were handled in an eloquent and conclusive manner. Several Democratic breth r...

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