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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 January 1886

fwwSmsfwrMl WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1888. During the past year the Neligh land office disponed of 83,415 acres of land. .Norfolk claims 1,910, an increase years. a popnlation of of 1,429 in fire It is reported that Lewis Talmage, of Ulysses, lost 300 sheep daring the late storms. West Point claims that the im provements for the year 1885 amoun ted to $134,159. Therov and Fred. Nye, with tbelr wives of Fremont go to California for health and pleasure. A mad dog engaged the attention of a dozen citizens of Wakefield, Neb., one day last; week, with shot gone. Ohio is excited over the investi gation of their late senatorial con tests. Charges of corruption fill the air. The military gnard has been with drawn from Grant's tomb, and a de tachment of sixteen policemen has taken their place. The bank statement in New York for the past week shows that the banks now hold $33,811,943 in excess of the 25 per cent. rule. A LYcauai near Cedar Rapids, Iowa, not long ago wrestled with the following: "H...

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. — 27 January 1886

ofumlusjfautimt, WEDNESDAY JAN. 27, 1886. A. & N. TIME TABLE. Fasa. Columbus,.. 8:10 a. m. Bellwood...S:35 " Freight. 2:00 p. m. 2:50 " 3:35 " 6:05 " 8:30 " Leaves " ' David City 9:00 " " Seward. ...10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives 'at Columbus 7:15 p. m; tbe freight leaves Lincoln at 6 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Remnants at Kramer's. New Hamburgs at Kramer's. Great remnant ealo at Kramer's IhiB week. G. Heitkemper & Bro. are selling out at cost 38-tf Conrt In session, his honor Judge Post presiding. Canon City, Colorado, coal at Weaver & Keid's. 2-40-2 Choice. Bauer kraut at Herman Oehlrich & Bro's. 34 Song service at the M. . church next Sundxy evening. The Wostern Cottage organ for sale at A. & JI. Turner's. J. E. L inger went to St. Edward Saturday a short viBit. Hors. . tnkets of all kinds and all prices a Hear evening on H. Rusche's. debate next Friday c water bonds. You cm get a goo...

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. — 27 January 1886

WiJpiaritt-rfaL u. -,.1 vj u THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, .TAX. 27, 1SS0. Irtcrci at tec r::i:fi:s, C:laiu, Ket., at t iel tilt: ai'.t:r. DIAMOND-CUTTING. How Tlds Particular WorL is Doit ta WMtern Metropolis. A reporter saw yesterday e practical illustration of the old adage of "dia mond cut diamond." A jewelry house on State street, near Washington, pol ishes and recnta more diamonds than any other house in the West. The dia mond mechanic" said yesterday: "We out few diamonds in the rough; that is, few in proportion to the number of old diamonds wc rccut and polish. Why? Oh, the work is very much more expensive, and it is cheaper to import them already polished and pay the duty on them. The finest workmanship Is done in Amsterdam. Labor is very cheap there, and tho polishers are very ekillful. People talk of 'cutting' dia monds, but what wc call 'cutting' is the action of rubbing two diamonds against each other. Wc put on a pair of puck skin gloves and take two sticks in the top of whi...

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. — 3 February 1886

P AswTBM EsTBuainesa and profeseionalcnxda' of five lines or lesa, per annua, lve dollars.' 7 For time advertisements, apply at this office. t?"Iiegal advertisements at atatats) ratee. IS8Ur ilBV WEDNESDAY, M. K. JKJSTER & CO., Propria, and Publishers. c JM &OFriCE,Eltvtnlh St., vp Hairs in Journal Building. .v.l r 2o - , 3" terms: Perycar..." Six months Three mouths Single copies stC HTTor transient advertising, ratee on third page. ETAU adTOrtlaosaonta payable . . VOL. XVI.-N0.3h COLUMBUS, NEB.V WEDNESDiY. FEBEUARY 8, loW. cc WHOLE NO. 821. j v ji ;j v, VK' . "u r THE OTJRNAL. mm AbsbT rasa; nssssV H aBm assa aBahstaSaaSasaY H.ataBA aSahtSsV ZaBsVJP fSBBal BaH - BBBIsW H CmStmW BbVwBbVCbV BBBVbbY ClfssW ISaSTX aaBBBBBBMai r m' b m it ir- a - - bj i vi an -mr mmmWr.-. - j - - x -i SBBBBk..BBBBBBBBF mW COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HEB. - CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leaxueu Gekkaiiii, Pres'i. Geo. W. IIumt. Vice Fres't. Julius A. Reed. K. II. II en by. J. K. Tasickh,...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 February 1886

ftltwktsfttntal WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1886. Last year there were 500 divorce nits filed in St. Louis. M. Pasteur's latest notion is the compulsory inoculation of all dogs. A gold mine in Fulton county, N. Y., yields ore worth $32.25 per ton. In :Good Templars of Vallate, Cal., are bnilding an orphans' boom. Discotebiks of gold hare beeT mnde in Hampshire connty, West Virginia. The wife of an nglish baronet ad vertisee'in London papers for the place of companion. Buffalo,- N. Y., clergymen, with out regard to creed, are rigorously opposing cremation. It is claimed that 800 gallons ef whisky were consumed in Butte, M. T., New Year's Day. The 10,000 saloons of New York City it is estimated takejin $220,000 per day, or $74,000,000 a year. Sax Bernardino county,California, records do not show a single birth or death in the connty during 1885. Paul Revere' new statue in Bos ton is to cost..$22,000, and probably will be placed in Copley Square. San Jacinto, Cal, has fifty flowing artesian wel...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 February 1886

. .. J. . f iJS f jLx . f si- BU .- -I IE -V 4$!anu)a$ffaowN, WEDNESDAY FEB. 3, 1886. A. & N. TIME TABLE. Ta, Leaves Columbus,.. 8:10 a. m. ' Bell wood... 8:35 " " David City.9:00 " Rnwaril 10:10 " Freight. 2:00 p. m. 2:50 8:35 " 6:03 " 8:30 " Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., ana arrives at uoiumDUS :iop. m: the freight leaves Lincoln at 6 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. ra. S- Remnants at Kramer's. 7 New Hamburgs at Kramer's. f3fat rnmnant sain At TTrftlTlfir'fl "V this week. J G. Heitkemper & Bro. are selling i out at cost. 38-tf mjr saw"?. W J Choico saner kraut at Herman Oehlrich & Bro's. 31 S. C. Snith thinks very highly of southern California. The Western Cottage organ -for gale at A. & M. Turner's. i -100 aoros of land for $600. In quire of W. M. Corneliua. 41-4 H Horee blankets of all kinds and all prices at F. H. Busche's. -You can get a good team har , ness at $25.00 at F. H. Rusche's. WTh'ohMt myetjtc0 be pflf...

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 February 1886

nwMiuwi'yww a,. 4v 'wrftwv --fcCJfc3ltanl.l.-P the jotjrml. ' WEDNESDAY, FEB. S, 188C. ZsUrci at tts TeV.:flce, Celesta, SsI.'ms elm &ttr. icszi ?-TWO" ANGELS. Across the night the sllenco rela-ni i eydeathaia birth again arc merged la one: Br us. the watchers, not a word is spoken Until, at length, we catch the bell's clear .tone. And then we turn with heart-warm words of greeting-, Handfast and smiling; ot fair wishes fala, Earnest that, through the year we now are meeting. Loss may bo lessened, pleasure vanquish pain. Ah, yet, for all good will, must sorrow And usl How.many yean, begun in hope and joy, Lie shrouded in.a mist of tears behind us. Or dark with sins regret can ne'er destroy? The bands so warm in New Years past we miss them: The eyes so full of love shine here so mora: The gracious lips 1st dreams alone we kiss the, '4 Their music echoing: "Only gone before 1" Still "one increasing purpose," that we doubt not, Fulfils Itself through all the years' re frains: 'Mid ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 February 1886

THE JOURNAL. IS9UKD KVEKY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TLTK-jSTER. cSo CO., Proprietors and Publishers. TES P AvTBRTIIUIfi 33Buslhess and protease1 OB 1 carde of Sto lines or leaa, per ananas, lew dollars. 17 For tisae adrertleeameata, apply at thia office. K7Lecal advertisemeata at atatnto rates. 0"For transient adrartlaUf , aeo J3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., vp stairs in Journal Building. TERM: Per year Six mouths Three months dingle copies -.. ' ih I ' 1 ! rateeoa third S VOL. XVI.-N0. 42. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1886. WHOLE NO. 822. ETAU advertisements payable saonthly. (huttmbttf imipl KWr vz-Xi 1 7 1 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leandek Geruakd, Pros'l. Geo. W. Hui.st, Tjcc Prcjf'f. Juuus A. Keed. K. II. I1KNRY. J. E. Ta3keh, Cashier. Hank of Wepowit, Uiwceami and EnhaHRe. CollectioBM Promptly Made ob all Point. Pay Interest Time aepo- 274 SIM. HENRY LUERS, DRALKK IN WIND MILLS, AND PUMPS. Buckeye Mower, gombined, Self Binder, wire or t...

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. — 10 February 1886

ki A 4bwtiutii WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 1886. Adams county is out of debt. Next. A riBE at Dewitt, Nebr., destroyed 140,000 worth of property. The United States Government Imuob 4,000 different books a year. Lincoln authorities are killing their doge, consequent upon the re cent hydrophobia scare. Sam Jones says in one of his ser mons that "The devil is a gentleman, and will get up and go, if he is told IV James A. Garfield's remains were transferred the other day to a sarco phagus where they will remain in the future. Judge Weateb introduced a bill the other day to give Mrs. Larry . Casey, of Nebraska, script for 1C0 acres of land. The next national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic will be held in San Francisco, Tuesday, August 3d, '8G. The mad dog scare in Lincoln is causing a dog slaughter in that city in large numbers, ending last week with about 125 canines. The senate has confirmed ex-Senator Tipton receiver of the Blooming ton land office, and John G. Higgins register ...

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 February 1886

f v Cofumbus?outnal, WEDNESDAY FEB. 10, 18SG. A. & X. TIME TABLE. Vsm: Freight. 2:00 p. m. 2:50 " Leaves Columbus... S:10 a. m. ' Bellwood .S:3." " David City 9:00 " 3:35 " Seward. 10:10 " 0:03 Arrives at Lincolu 11:25 " b:30 it The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., .aud arrives at Columbus 7:15 p. in; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Remnants at Kramer's. New Hamburgs at Kramer's. Fremont is working for a canning factory. Great remnant sale at Kramer's this week. (I. Ileitkemper & Bro. are Belling out at cost. G. Ileitkemper & Bro. are selling out at cost. 38-tf Carl Kramer is taking quite a vacation at York. Choice Bauer kraut at Herman Oehlrich & Bro's. 34 Everybody talks of going to the "Buffalo Bill" show. A. M. Jennings is located at St. Edward, for the present. The Western Cottago organ for ealo at A. & M. Turner's. 100 acres of land for $000. In quire of "V. M. Cornelius. 41-4 John Walker, Lindsay, P. O., auc...

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. — 10 February 1886

. i Tke fanei fl86. The people of Nebraska are on the eve of the most momentous political contest that has been fonght in this state since the memorable senatorial campaign of 1876, when the cohorts of monopoly were so signally over thrown. Ten years ago Jay Gonld came to Nebraska in person to pack conventions and legislatures with his cappers and henchmen. He succeed ed in capturing the republican state convention, but the people resented the outrage and their uprising was so general that a majority of the legisla ture dared not cast their votes for the monopoly candidate. Four years later, after a most desperate and ex citing struggle the railroad minions were again overthrown in the elec tion of Charles H. Van Wyck. The fearless stand which Senator Van Wyck has for five years maintained aB the opponent of corporate aggres sion, the relentless war he has waged upon the cattle barons, land grabbers and railroad highwaymen has made him the target of all assaults from these dangerous...

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. — 17 February 1886

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVJEKY'WKDNKSDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. (fuUvrnks x -3.- "2A !3"BasinaM amd proltaaloaaloarAa of fiyallhss or leu, par auvas, M.rm dollars. 13 Por time advertlaaaaaBts, apply at this offlca. 2sTLegal advertisement at sUtaU rates- r GTFor transient advertising, sea rates on third page. ' 13TA11 advartisesaeots payable monthly. 3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. TEiias: Per year Six months Three months Single copies 1 so VOL. XVI.-N0. 43. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1886. WHOLE NO. 823. mm r-?X 2 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HEB. CASH CAPITAL, $75,000 DIIU'CTOUS: Lkaniif.k (ikui:ai:i, Pre I. (Sko. W. IIut.st, Vice Pratt. .Ill 1.1 US A. IUki K. II. IlKNItV. .1. 12. Taskku, Cashier. Hank ol" IepoH. Iiwroii aid KichHage. t'olIecUioix- Iromplly Made on all PoIntH. Io.y at tore. t oat Tim l"epoi- It. HENRY LUERS, OKAI.KK IN CHCAX-X-ElNrGE: WIND MILLS, AND PUMPS, Buckeye Mower, combined, Self Binder, wire o...

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. — 17 February 1886

4tbKsMtKl WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1886. Madison is soon to ocratic paper. have a dem- Nebbaeea will March let, '86. be 19 years old Ax illustrated and humorous week ly newspaper is. to be surted at Omaha. It is said that in the vicinity of Long Pine, a bed of potters clay has been fonnd. Ex-Govebnob Sktmoub was reliev ed of his sufferings by death at Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12th. A new city directory has recently been completed at Omaha which con tains 23,470 names. The recent mob in London showed a high state of efficiency by keeping the police under thorough control. A bill was introduced the other day in the senate for a public building at Grand Island, to cost $100,000. Norfolk is about to organize as a city of the second class. An ordin ance for that purpose has been 'pre pared. John G. Thompson, of Ohio, land claim agent for Washington Ter ritory, died one day last week at Seattle. Mbs. Lieut. Gen. Sheridan has been quite ill for some time, but was reported last week to bo rapidly gain...

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 February 1886

'. T- CofBwIasfaonml, WEDNESDAY FEB. 17, 1886. A. & N. TIME TABLE. Paid. Freight. Leaves Columbus,. .8:10 a. m. 2:00 p. m. ' Bellwood H:35 " 2:50 " " David City 9:00 " 3:35 " " Seward. ...10:10 " 6:05 " Arrives at Lincoln .11:25 " 8:30 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. in., and arrives at Columbus 7:15 p. m: the freight leaves Lincoln at 6 a. in., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Remnants at Kramer's. Let ua bridge the Loup. "Buffalo Bill" Iaet night. Now Hamburgs at Kramer's. B. K. Cowdery passed Sunday at home. The next term of district court is in April. Great remnant sale at Kramer's this week. Herman Albrccht is sick with lung fever. G. Heitkcmpcr & Bro. are selling out at cost. 38-tf Attendance at school Monday was rather light. Wanted. Girl to do housowork at Dr. Stillman's. 2 Choice sauer kraut at Herman Ochlrich & Bro'e. 34 G. W. Barnhart went down to Lincoln Saturday. The eclobrated Lehigh hard coal at Weaver & Iteid's. Gent's gloves at less than ...

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 February 1886

! I' ' THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1SSG. fcUred at tk Pait:et, Cslsntu. He., si ttessi clut Bittir. NIGHT.. rsoit tictob nooo.1 A little chlM. beside me. fresh and fair. In slumber bo profound and calm ron ept To did not bear the doves that, murmurin tbare . . . ' In the doep shade, their tender vigil kept. Pcnslro I breathed the somber sweets Of night The solemn night. I heard the angels flutter round your bead. And watched your close-shut lids: pale primrose flowers. With noiseless touch, upon your sheets I spread, . . And prayed, with wet eyes, through the llent hours. Thinking on all that in the darkness watts Lies hid and waits. One day will bo my turn eo sound to sleep That I. liko you. shall bear no murmuring dove: lhe night will bo so dark, hc rest so deep. Then you will come, then you will come. And pay me back my gifts of fair whito tears and flowers. jlfTTCiy. CUKIOUS MARRIAGES. Cupid's Disdain for the "Consist . ent" Actions of His Victims. According to some of tbo ...

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 February 1886

KATES OF ADTEETIilllC (fultuuh) STBnsinM and pfla 1 fTtJa of five lines or leas, per annum, ira dollars. ISETPor timo advertisemaata, apart? at this office. gSTLegal advertlsementa atstatata rates. STTor transient adwartlalaa;, aa rateaon third page. J3TA11 advertisements payabla monthly. EST OFFICE. -Eleventh St., vp'tairs iu Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months ... Three months Single copies 1 OO SO OS VOL. XVI.--N0. 44. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBKUARY 24, 1886. WHOLE NO. 824. 1 THE JOTTKNAL. 1SSUKD KVKKY WKDSKSPAT, M. K. TUnNIi fc CO., Proprietors and Pubiiaheif amnpl iu K. -raa li Pi V COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLTJMBUS, HE3. CASH CAPITAL $75,000 OIUKCTOUS: Lcandku Gkkkakh, J'renri. (Jko. V. Hut.st, Vice J'rcs'l. J i.i us A. Ueki. U. II. ilKNKY. .1. K. Taskku. Cashier. Knk f lfpoIl. tH-roMtit Collections rromplly nlc on nil Point. Pay lnr.t oh Time cpo- it. 274 HENRY LUERS, ItKU.KK IN CHALLENGE WIND MILLS, AND PUMPS. Buckeye Mower, combined, Self Binder, wire or twine. P...

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. — 24 February 1886

rfcr ir A ItuMhttsJUirftat, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 1886. John B. Gough died at Philadelphia en the 18th. Cleveland is evidently a Preei deat for Wall street. Cbeighton, in this state, has three balds, three banks and three news papers. Sam Jones and Sam Small are hold iag a series of religions meetings in Chicago. It is nnderstood at Washington City that General Sheridan has de cided that Ft. Laramie shall not be abandoned. Tnz opinion at the war department at Washington ib almost unanimous that Howard and Terry will succeed Hancock and Pope. A kesoiutiox passed the Ohio Honse the other day instructing their Congressmen to vote for a restoration of the tariff on wool. A Fbemonteb favors the suspen sion of silver coinage because it makes so much noise in a man's pocket that it attracts the attention of pickpockets. Laird from the committee on mili tary affairs has reported his bill auth orizing the President to call ont two regiments of cow boys, if necessary, to pursue Indian hostiles....

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 February 1886

- I ly It CafnwbusUutMl, WEDNESDAY FEB. 24, lStf. A. & N. TIME TABLE. rata. Leaves Columbus . .S:10 a. m, Bcllwood .S:Si " " David Citv 9:00 " " Seward. 10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln 11:25 " Freight. 2:00 p. m. 2:."0 :5::tt " C:05 " :C0 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:15 p.. m: the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. vj New Hamburgs at Kramer's. G. Heitkemper & Bro. are selling out at cost. 38-tf LW. iUjwtk at riir. wrnitu i Choice sauer kraut at Herman Oeblrich & Bro'a. 34 Home talent did Schpyler with tho "Hidden Hand." vT The celebrated Lehigh hard coal at Weaver & Rcid's. vj -mn lanma. t It Honanau'a oc srore. 1 Flower pots at J. & A. Heitkeni per's, telephone No. 3. ihan! es beffrHsaviflfMleolWerB z-i6-z r The Western Cottago organ for salo at A. & M. Turner's. i0 res quit idl imm Gkmo dMujemr v y vr 'a Ltfrniorimai. ttfttraVemi --Wk- -. tA-mm. i -- - -Wm. iianntnn'n RMimmmT amn mmmc ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 February 1886

X. . II' I J it r- r CLASS NEWSPAPERS. Character and Enormous Increase la'TweatyBve Tears.- This has been aptly called Iho me chanical age of journalism. With all the powerful intellect brotight to bear, the bdnnclless knowledge of men aod affairs subserved, and the cognizance .of events near and. afar, the publishing ;of a newspaper is "but a business mat iter. To the ordinary mind, a daily (newspaper was once a sort of magical resultant, but it is now a most prosiac affair, as -regards its production and 'distribution. Once, the publication of s newspaper, whether a daily or s weekly, was a serious undertaking and well considered. Now merchants, tradesmen, undertakers, soapmen, agi stors and "fakirs" thrust their jour nals upon the public in bewildering' inumbcrs. ( The line between newspapers .and .class papers is finely drawn. Avbi trarily defikod,. newspaper is ajmb? lication whicu supplies current news 'and general information, and id issued Regularly to $&bscf ibcrs or so...

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. — 3 March 1886

s THEJOTJRKAL. ISSUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TURNER & CO., ProDrietors and Publishers. tATES OF AUTEKTIMnC 2TBnslness and protaasfoaatlcaits of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 137 For time advertisements, applr at this office. E-tTLegal advertisements at statute rates. JSTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. E3TA11 advertisement payable monthly. T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up Hairs in Journal Building. TEItMS: Per year Six months Three months Single copies VOL. XVI.--N0. 45. , COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1886. WHOLE NO. 825. (Tin; !'uUimtms mmt 2 OO " 1 OO SO OS I I X COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL. $75,000 DIUKCTwltS. Lkandkk GKititAiti), Pi-es'i. Gko. V. Hixwjt, Vice Pratt. Jui.u:s A. Uki:i. It. II. IlKSIIY. .!. IS. Task eh, Cashier. Itaak of opoIi, IMc-ouni unci KvIiunpc. t:oIlocl-STwi " ly InloreNl on TIih Icpo-Ii-. . HENRY LUERS, i.r.u.r.K i.v CHALLENGE WIND MILLS, AND PUMPS. Buckeye Mower, combined, Self Binder, wire or tw...

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