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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 November 1884

as jm--r JM? ik v- I $ ! r r" I THE JOURNAL. ISSUED KVKRV WEDNESDAY, M. K. TTJRuSTER & CO. Proprietors and Publishers. Z3TOFFICE,-Eleventh St., up stairs n Journal Building. tkrms: Peryear Six months Three months ... Single copies BUBLWES8 CABDS. D.T.Martyx, M.D. F.J.Schcg, M.D. Drs.MAETYH&SCHirO, 0. S. Examining Surgeons, Consultations in German and English. Telephones at office and residences. COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA. 42-y J. f WILSON, HI. .i PHYSI CI AN &SUR GEON. niseates of women and children a spe cially CountP physician. Office former- occupied SyUr.Bonesteel. Telephone exchange. o E,1,A. ASHBAUOH, ... DENIAL PARLOR, On corner of Eleventh and North streets, over Ernst's hardware store. pOKKELIVM Sc SULLIVAN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Up-stairs in Gluck Building, 11th street, Above the Sew bank. TT J. HJlSOI NOTARY PUBLIC, 12th Street. 2 doors west or Hammond IIobm, Columbus, Neb. 491-y J . REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office on Olive St., Columbus, Nebraska 2-tf V. A. MACEEN, DK...

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. — 5 November 1884

fttttttlosferotat, WEDNESDAY, XOV. 5, 1884. Thebe are 516 lady missionaries in India. The dentist to the court of Italy is an American. Young lady physicians are multi plying in Germany. Maj. James R. Wassok has been pardoned by the President. The decrease of the public debt during October was $8,307,192. Lands in the vicinity of Brewster, Blaine Co., Neb., are being taken up rapidly. The commissioners of DouglaB county have invested $1,000 in grad ing machines. It is stated that one-third of all the banking in the world is done in the British empire Bob Ingebsoll will deliver the ad dress at the unvailing of a monument to Kit Carsoo at Santa Fe. A man recently shot a white pelican in Colfax county that measured eight feet from tip to tip of wings. A Blaiu man sends to. the New Orleans exposition a beet three feet long and weighing 18 pounds. It is only seventeen years ago since the first newspaper was printed in the interior of the state of Nebraska. The mayor of Philadelphia think...

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. — 5 November 1884

t . i f i 1 , 1 r i tQw(tnsbHicmd, WEDNESDAY NOV. 5, 1SSL -?IuBger-farBiturc. Court convenes Thursday. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Men's overalls at Condon & Mc Kenzie's. "Freaks" at Opera House, Satur day, Nov. 8th. Old Bait at the Packing House for 75 cts. a bbl. 1 Louise Sylvester Co. at Opera House, Nov. 8th. Choice winter apples at Herman Oehlrich & Bro'a. 2-27-6 Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Munger's. Men's and ladies' underwear at Condon & McKenzie's. 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 6ave money by trading at Wcrmuth & Bcettcher'a. 21-tf -Uaace at the NkatlBC Klak next Wednesday eveaiasr. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Wanted, a good girl to do houso work. Inquire of C. A. Speico. 1 Fall and winter dry goods just received at Condon & McKenzie'fl. Send u& tho local happenings in your neighborhood, f...

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. — 5 November 1884

; i n 'i i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 18S4. Eiterei at ths F::t:2:, Ccltsta, Hoi., diss niter. :oks1 THE MAN AND TRE BIRD. A FABLE. Once a man was walking along, Among the trees; Ho saw the birds and flowers, And then the bumble bees. But looked he only at the birds, For one he wished to catch; That it might lay some eggs, And for him some young birds to hatch. And then he laid the net. And caught the poor bird; It begged for freedom, And said of such cruelty never was heard. But the man only answered, But then I want you; In the woods and the air, "What good can you do? The bird said I can sing and chirp, And you can come into tne grove: And hear me sins: the praise of God, And then of Him my love. But after awhile The man himself was caught; And for his liberty With all his might he fought. But he was overpowered And into prison he was threw; Then of the poor bird's feelings Very much he knew. But when he got home He let it flv away to its nest; And now he "always thinks befo...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 November 1884

THE JOURNAL. IofcUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, 1I. Iv. TURNER & CO. Proprietors and Publishers. KATES OP AYEKTISIH. $mhm HTBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 137 For time advertisements, apply at this office. 2"Legal advertisements at statute rates l3TFor tranaient advertising;, see rates on third page. tSTAU advertisements payable monthly. 23" OFFICE. Eleventh St.. up ftairs n Journal Building. terms: Per vear Six mouths 1 Three months 5 Single copies OS VOL. XV.--N0. 29. COLUMBUS, NEB.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1884. WHOLE NO. 757. lie 0ttpt f 1 ;. jr- ,-3H r 1 ySSWj s BUSINESS CAEDS. D.T. JIautyn, M. D. P. J. Scnco, M. D. Drs. MARTYN & SCHTJG, U. S. Examining Surgeons Local Sunreons. Union Pacific, O., ". .t U. II. and 15. .V M. It. R's. Coiisult-ition-, in (Jenn-m anil English. Telephone, at oilice anil residence. COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA. A'l-y PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. DNeaics of women and children a spe cially, t'ouiitv phv-ician. Oilice ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 November 1884

"'Tsk" m i . i , p1 h.i . V ( il n; I 4t!fct$Jbiirl WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12, 1884. Omaha baa tea miles of pared streets. Norfolk has a newly-organized fire department. The railroads pay $25,300 taxes in Dodge county. England consumes nearly $3,000, 000 of blacking every year. Thk Boston drummers are called "commercial solicitationists." A scientist says it is water and not food that makes people fat. The annual consumption of pins in England is 450 for every inhabitant. Englishmen are, It is said, becom ing less and leas a cigar-loving nation. The Lincoln water works are ex pected to be completed by December 15th. There are 103 students in the de partment of oratory, Boston Uni versity. Right-Honorable Henrt Faw cktt, Postmaster General of England. Is dead. "Gravetard" insurance cases keep turning up in some parts of the east ern states. Twelve thousand scholars attend twenty-seven night schools in New York City. Cuming county sends a full car load of products to the New Orleans Expositi...

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. — 12 November 1884

A. T Columtusjontnil WEDNESDAY NOV. 12, 1S4. -3lMSer-fnitre. It pays to trade at Kramer's. i d eat i repare 10 give uaais auu i turkey. . ( Men's overalls at Condon &. Mc- Kenzie's. ; Choice winter apples at Herman Oehlricfa & 3ro's. '. 2-27-6 ' Cofins and all kinds of funeral goods at Munger's. Tho ni-nMHUinn tiMrt hl 193 I " t i . ulea m xuurr couai . j Men's and ladies underwear at Condon McKenzie's. Sportsmen report geese, ducks and quail quite plentiful. "Wanted, girl to do housework, ' inquire of C. B. Stillman. 27-tf You will save money by trading at Wermuth BcEttcher's. 21-tf Geo. X Derry is agent for the Wells, Fargo Co. express. Iaace at the MkaXlac Mlak Brxt WedRMday eTeaiHC. Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Fall and winter dry goods just received at Condon Jc McKenzie's. Boys, don't you forget it, a dance at the Rink this 'Wednesday) evening. The largest and finest assortment of lamps at Herman Oehlrich Bro'. Guns and ammunition ...

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. — 12 November 1884

Hi ? 1 THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 1884. Itttrti t tks r:rt:2:e, C:laata, Hit., u mks! cum sitter. THE FOUR-LEAF CLOVES. fjong searched the maid -with sunny hair, Searchediong- and late, without despair; ocarcnea tnrougn me neias searched wnere. Kobudor flower, no leaf or tree Or growing vine, could tempting be; This leaf alone she wished to see. She found it in its hiding-place; With laughing voice and smiling face, "Good luck," she said, "will come apaco. "Good luck," the leaflet hung ite head Like one whose joys and hopes are dead; A school-girl's fancy." then it said. The same as all fair maidens do. She put the treasure in her Ehoc; "Good luck," she said "will come from you." And true let none the charm assail In ODe short year it did not fail The maid was wed so runs the tale. J. it. Hoffman, in Current. HER LESSON. There were three girls engaged in a confidential chat in one corner of the French class-room in the Watcrtown Seminary for young ladies. At that hour noon rece...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 November 1884

ATE9 OF ATEKXISrjf . "STBusiness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 2ST For time advertisements, applv at this ofdee. SrXesal advertise--sent3 atstatnt rates STor transient advertising, see rates on third page. 22TA!1 advertisements payable monthly. X3T OFFICE. Eleventh St.. up stairs in Jotarnal Building. terms: Per year Six months Three months single copies a B : VOL. XT.-NO. 80. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1884. WHOLE NO. 758. THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVEET WEDNESDAY, "M. K. TLTRZSTEE. & CO. Proprietors and Publishers. Thc Ciliitiii frottpal i . I , ) 1 j BUSOTESS CAEDS. D.T. Ma.BTYX.1I. D. F. J. chcg. M. D. Drs. 3EAXTY5 & SCETJG. C. S. Examining Surgeons. Local -urron-. Uni-n Ia'iri .. N -jz B. H. and : V M U. K-. Consultation- in German and Enzh-h Telephone? at omee an.l resiuen'-e-. COLUMBUS. 5I3RASSA- --y T F. WIIJ0. Jl. !.. PHYSICIAS srilGEOX. Dt-ea-t of w.men and children a -p-cialtv. i . uir plu.i.-ian. Olhct- fornifr 1 or...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 November 1884

hrj i 5 3 I Jl fjri I , i v. fdumlasfottc!, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1884. THANKSGIVING. Tke President's PrecUutIem. "Washington, Nov. 7. The presi dent has issued the following procla mation : The season is nigh when it is the yearly wont of this people to observe a day appointed for that purpose by the president, as an espe cial occasion for thanksgiving nnto God. Now, therefore, in recognition of this hallowed cnstom, I, Chester A. Arthur, president of the United States, do hereby designate as such day of general thanksgiving, Thurs day, the 27th of November, and I do recommend that throughout the land the people, ceasing from their accus tomed occupations, do then keep the holiday at their several homes and their several places of worship, and with heart and voice pay reverent acknowledgment to the giver of all good for the countless blessings "Wherewith he haB blessed this nation. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. By The Governor of tke State of Nebraska. The year now drawing to a close ha...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 November 1884

- X . &lum6n$ Journal WEDNESDAY NOV. 19, 1S4. Xaagcr-faniitare. Gloves at Kramer's. Big assortment of gloves at Kramer's. Tom and Jerry at Hoppen's saloon. 30-2 -Baid might mt the rlalc te might. 1 Men's overalls at Condon & Mc Kenzie's. Shiloh at the Opera -House Fri day evening. Wiener sansage and pigs feet at Hoppen's saloon. 30-2 Choice winter apples at Herman Oehlrich & Bro's. 2-27-6 Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at ilunger's. Men's and ladies' underwear at Condon & McKenzie's. "Wanted, girl to do housework, inquire of C. B. Stillman. 27-tf Buy furnishing goods of Kramer, lie keeps a "dandy" line. You will save money by trading at Wermuth & Bcettcher'a. 21-tf Fire, lightning and wind storm insurance at Early & Niblock's. Fall and winter dry goods just received at Condon & McKenzie's. Husking gloves and pins; also big line of mittens, cheap, at Kramer's. The largest and finest assortment of lamps at llerman Oeblrich & Bro'. Baker Post No....

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. — 19 November 1884

jE . rr:G-7: y--' Ji 3 IU . i Catching BmUheads. The overworked business man of Ac metropolis, to -whom the glare of red "brick walls, the undulations of the heated air above the hot gray pave ments, the roar of of the street traffic, and the rattle and bang of elevated icars are sources of constant irritation, .would find peace in the cool and quiet shades on the banks of the Cattarau- nnis. There is little current in the it- nnn rnp nniv srmnus Liiax i 'which ... ..1 4-lin nnltr cnnnila bat: HlGtllTT) Ithe air are an occasional "chug," which 'follows the plunge of an overgrown 'frog, and the cheerful note of the red jiringed blackbird as he sways up and down on the limb of a willow. But no tired man of business could appreciate pleasures of such a solitude more than the native-born Irvingite. Not that the Irvingite becomes overworked and :sighs for rest- Neither does he become 'overrested, for the extreme capacity for Test of an Irving man has never been tested. He appreciates the...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 November 1884

THE JOURNAL. laeCED EVSBT WEDXEiDAl. 3SI. K- TURNER ic CO. Proprietors and Publishers. KATES OF JLBTEMTIStSC-. STBuaineaa and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. "S? For time advertisements, appl at this oSce. fcfT Legal advertisements at statut rates- j3Tor transient advartlainf, m rates on third page. ST"A11 advertisements payable monthly (Milumlni 23" OFFICE. Eleventh St., tip stairs in. Jtcrnal 3uilding. TEEMS: Per j ear Six months Three months single copies oo '' VOL. XT-NO. 81. COLOILBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26. 1884. WHOLE NO. 759. o- Ik J BUSnTESS CASDS. D.T. Mabty-. M. D. F. J. schcg. II. D. Bra. MA3.TYS & SCHTJG", U. S. Examining Snrgeons. Local Surireon-. t"ni.a Pacidc. V i B. H.and R. A M R-P.- Consultations m Gernnn anil Eali-b. Telephones at olfie and re-idence-. CQLnMBHS. - NE3RASSA. 42-v J. F. WILSON. M. 1.. PH IS I CIA X if ' UR GEOX. Di-ea-e- of women and children a spe cialty t ountv puvii.-tan. onire former ly occupied by 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. — 26 November 1884

J -v " '-rrfr"- rfSC.J.-3CUA iJ l I - -!- k'l H R 1 il 5E i fttumfmsfttmuil WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26, 1884. TEASK8QIWSQ. The President's Proclamation. "Washington, Nov. 7. Tho presi dent has issued the following procla mation : Tho season is nigh when it is the yearly wont of this people to observe a day appointed for that purpose by the president, as an espe cial occasion for thanksgiving unto God. Now, therefore, in recognition of this hallowed custom, I, Chester A. Arthur, president of the United States, do hereby designate as such day of general thanksgiving, Thurs day, tho 27th of November, and I do recommend that througnoui me ibuu tho people, ceasing from their accus tomed occupations, do then keep tho holiday at their eeveral homes and their several places of worship, and with heart and voice pay reverent acknowledgment to the giver of all good for the countless blessings wherewith he has blessed this nation. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. By The Goreraor of the State or IVebrasUa. 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. — 26 November 1884

i -4 i i atamfrosfautnal WEDNESDAY NOV. 20, 1SS4. "Follow the crowd" To E. D. Fitzpatrick's for toys. Gloves at Kramer's. Jlunjjer furniture. Seal skin caps at Kramer's. The "Halladay" has no rival. I. Oysters will Get Thursday. Kramer will not be undersold. "Studebaker" wagonB are the best. Fur sets and fur caps, at Kramer's. Big assortment of gloves at Kra mer's. Remember I. O. G. T. oyster supper. Tom saloon. and Jerry at Hoppen's 30-2 Wool hose at Condon & Mc- Keuzie's. Holiday goods, very choicest, at Kramer's. A fine list of now books at A. & M. Turner's. A full line of groceries at Condon & McKeuzic's. Wiener sausage and pigs feet at Hoppcn'p saloon. 30-2 Choice winter apples at Hermau Oehlrich & Bro'a. 2-27-G Albums, the finest in the land, at E. I). Fitzpatrick's. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Munger's. Best quality fiuc suitings, all colore, tit Kramer's. The 'Studebaker" for sale only at Kratise, Lubker & Co. Itubber goods just opened out a...

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. — 26 November 1884

m il ft I J!l 1. U I H K J O lJ XvJN -A. Li WEDNESDAY, NOV. iU, 1884. SriKcd st tin P:r.:3:o, Cslsstzs. Hot., as weal eliu sitter. MY SECOND LOVE, I have a confession to make, my wife; I havo fallen in love atrain. And think the younjr ludy returns my lore! Oh, ain't 1 tbo worst of men? Ebe is vounrer than you, this new-found lor. And her cheek is softer, I ween; Her hair is fairer than threads of gold. And her feet arc the smallest I've Bccnl She loves me. I think (though she says notao): For she sin lies when she sees my race, Ar.d often rests in my arms content. While I hold her in close embrace. I love her as truly as man e'er loved; I miss her what time she's away; And the smile with which she bado mo good bye. It blesses me through the day. .And' now, my precious, confess the truth. Cornel Say you are jealous, do! Before I toll you my two truo lovc3 Are my baby llolle and you. Will S. Faris, in Current. THE SEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. If you should see, for the iirst time, the br...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 December 1884

BATES OF ADTEHTHMC. EETBusinoss and profeaslonal cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. V3 For time advertisements, apply at this office. JSTLegal advertisements at statute rates JSTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. Z3TA11 advertisements payable monthly. THE JOURNAL. issued every Wednesday, M. Iv. TUK-ISTER & CO. Proprietors and Publishers. 123" OFFICE Eleventh St., vp etairs in Jeurnal Building. terms: Per year .. Six months Three months Single copies VOL. XV.--N0. 32. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1884. WHOLE NO. 760. fw Mtpl MlMWMS 1 5 i i. W K i N X BUSINESS CAEDS. D.T. Mautvx, M. I). F. .1. s'CHUG, M. D. Drs. MAETYN & SCHUG, U. S. Examining Surgeons, Lo.-al Purjseon. Union l'acific ().. ". ,-c i. II. ami It. .M.K. It's. Consultation-, in German and English. Telephones- at ottiec anu reeiueuii c. COLUMBUS. NEBRASKA. 42-y r F.W'Il.f().VM.W., ' PHYSICIAN Jb SURGEON. I)i-e-i-e- of women and children a spe cialtv. t'oiititv nhy-ioian...

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. — 3 December 1884

i M :as."3a - -.. V " -1 t -f i. iiunii.w.nrfMi '.V-rffKE r U : I' r35 i i !1 u fttttttsfttftt, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3, 1884. Every piano should have a water proof cover. The Empress of China is fifty seven years old. Uranium ore from the Black Hills is shipped to Germany. The small pox is reported to be in creasing in Philadelphia. Twenty thousand workmen in Pittsburg are said to bo idle. Nevada sends exhibits to New Orleans to the value of $60,000. About 1,200 women voted in Wash ington Ty. at the recent election. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps has published a new volume of poemB. Citizens of New York still mani fest some uneasiness about cholera. The Chinese have known the use of artesian wells from time immemorial. Hereafter night mail servico will be had between Omaha and Lincoln. Deer and Antelope by the wagon load, arc socn daily on the streets of Ogallala. Home and Marseilles were visited the other day by a slight shock of earthquake. Miss Kate Field is winning prais es from the press f...

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 December 1884

j r autnal WEDNESDAY DEC. 3, 1834. "Follow the crowd" To E. D. Fitzpatrick's for toys. 31uh ger fura itare. Toys at cost at A. & M. Turner's. Splendid winter weather the past week. "Wool hose at Condon & Mc Kenzie's. A fine list of new books at A. & M. Turner's. Jno. II. Johannes ha3 loBt twelve head of cattle. A full line of groceries at Condon & McKenzic's. Horse blankets and lap robes at F. II. Tiuscbe's. 32 5 Choice winter apples at Herman Oehlrich & Bro'e. 2-27-0 "Shiel Agar" at the Opera House to-morrow night. Albums, the finest in the land, at E. I). Fitzpatrick's. Coffins and all kinds of fnneral goods at Munger'a. Toys from all parts of the world E. D. Fitpatrick's. 8-31-4t llubber goods just opened out at Coudou & McKcnzie's. You will save money by trading at "Wermuth & Bcettcher's. 21-tf Christmas cards in silk, satin and plush at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. Toys, a great variety and cheap, at A. & M. Turner's, 11th st. CIo to Honahan'a for boots ...

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. — 3 December 1884

. --s: S5S5JJS:SS2T2SESt3iSS!S2BtS K W Wll.1 i '.. ' M '&. I m THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3, 1S8J. Iiicrd si ito rctt::e, C:fcsta, list., a: nasi elits sitter. j SUSPICIOUS 8P0USE. Twas In the timo of sweet spring tliM. A morning-cool and clear, A happy husband, blithe and gay. Exclaimed: "I think, my dear, Tiuit this is just the finest day That wo have had this year." Then at his sldo his wife replied: It gives nut great delight To the weather settle down So beautiful and bright; And if you want to btay down town Don't hurry home to-night." He said Rpod-bye, but in his eye Blistrust began to prance. And at his trusting. loving wife He (jiiickly looked askance. While through his brain, suspicion rife. Wild thoughts commenced to dance. Again, again, with fevered brain, lie thought on what she said. When to his office he did come. Ills mind was tilled with dread; "She told me not to hurry home." He moaned and clutched his bead. With furious haste his tteps retraced. And with an ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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