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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 25 August 1886

.' i."" 1 iT - i r n 1 n i frit i i 4 l" (H It ' Hi ti I 1 .i whi5fel. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1886. B.N. Graves, a Dearer maa, has iaTemted a ditto-washing: machine. "Wheat is the oly crop that can be produced in southern California without irrigation. Acting Secretary Fairchild iMoed a call the other day for (10,000,000 of the 3 per cent loan of 1882. "All right for all" is the vital principle of the Republican party. Washington BepubUcan. It is claimed that as nuny as a thousand people climbed to the breezy top of ML Washington last week. Dekvek possesses a "magnetic girl" who is said to perform more won derful feats than the famous Lulu Hurst. Since Frank Hatton became editor of the Chicago Mail it has increased in circulation from 13,000 to 40,000 daily. The proposition to grant the street railway franchise at Kearney, Neb., was passed by special election the other day. Philadelphia institutions have suffered an aggregate loss of $3,000, 000 in five years by thieving cashiers, cl...

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. — 25 August 1886

-2ii ',--V tt- j L- . r - X 4(tmtu$p!fifnnL WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25, 16. A. &N. TIME TABLE. raid. Freight. Leaves Columbus, ..8:10 a. m. 1:50 p.m. " Bellwood...8:35 " 2:35 " " David City .9:00 " 3:20 " " Seward 10:10 " 6:00 " Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 " 8:30 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. in; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Prepare for the Fair. E. J. Baker was in town last week. Wild plums and grapes are plen tiful. Attend tbe cheap eale at Kramer's. Straw hats at cost, to close, at Galley Bros. Summer gingham, 7c per yd., at Galley Bros. The first duty of a newspaper is to tell the truth. Platte county Fair, Sept. 2S to Oct. 1, inclusive. Fresh oysters by the plate and can at Brandt Bros. 14-tf Beet paintp at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Lace buntings, in all colon. 10s per yd. at Galley Bros. 5 14 5t Plenty of Iirge, luscious waler lueloun in Chin market. Ira Katchelor irtit ...

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. — 25 August 1886

v VI r-jr fi m If 'w 3SA -I i I- a L V! 3 t 34 HP H . . hi l Ab At !" Ab amy at children encamped by the seal Waa a Buster of warriors 'tie getting-to be! ,1kej are coming In clans, with their mothers 1 and maids; Taeycome in battalions, with buckets and t spades; Taeyare coming to make a descent on oar coast. They will alter the shape or It, sure! such a host! t Intrenching and digging from morning till night! What foe would dare scale such redoubts IB afght? Could any invader such parapets take . As these forts that the sturdy young charn piotts make? See them shoulder their shovels and march to the fray See them merrily join the long battle array! Here's a ware! On their works it begins its attacks! Oh! Abu! Our brave soldiers are turning their backs! ' Ah, they rally. they charge! No more .sight, nor affright! They recapture the forts, and they'll Ight until night! ' J Maria Si Hammond, in St. Nicholas. A MOTHER'S CHOICE. "So yotfll give me up, will you!" said Walter Merevale. "...

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

S8? THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDNE6DAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publishers. B4TES F AlftTfiatTIMIVCi (fulum EsTBuainessand profesaloaalcarda of nrelinesor leas, per annum, five) dollar. KdsTTor time advertisement a. apply atthisoiflce. SSTXiegal adTertlseaienta at statute rates. STor transient adTertlsiag, rateaon tbirdpage. 15TA11 advertisements payable monthly. -4T OFFICE, Eleventh St., upstair in Journal Building. TKKMd: Peryear.... ...... Six mouths Tbree mouths Siuglcuopies fit litis Ivnpal 19 . 1 SO VOL. XVII.-N0. 19. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1886. WHOLE NO. 851 i I'Yirf i- V COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIKKCTOUS: Leandek Gebbaku, Prcs'i. Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Pres't. Julius A. Rekik K. II. Hknuy. J. E. Task Eh, Cashier. Baik eF ItepoNli IMnreaBi amd Exchaaxe. CellectioaiM Promptly Made II Pel him. , Paj latere! oi Time lep It. COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, 8100,000. OFFICEKS: A. An...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 1 September 1886

vt," " .--- J is r . t 1 4tiwltsftrt, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 18SG. Sod school housea are etill used in Cheyenne county, Nebraska. A Chinaman, lately arrested in San Francisco, had on a $300 coat of mail. Pabisians wear alpaca skirts wlta blouse overdresses of tbin India sua. Siytv thnnaand cards are used in the new card catalogue of the Brook lyn Library. The London Truth says no party is now considered complete without American ladies. One hundred and six children were counted the other day at one seashore hotel. It is estimated that not less than 78,000,000 of lead pencils are consum ed in this country every year. 3f aetin Lutheb's home as a child at Mansfield, Saxony, haB juBt been restored to its original condition. The old-time fashion of pinked flounces of India silk upon thin cot ton dreeBC6 is revived this season. A copy of a sermon preached by John Knox 321 years ago was sold the.other day in London for $2,075. ""Ik "Boston, according to a broker of t&ateity, speculato...

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. — 1 September 1886

r- !nmlusfoutna, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 18t6. A. &N. TIME TABLE. Pas. Leaves Columbus,. .8:10 a. in. Bellwood .8::55 " " David City .9:00 " " Seward. .. 10:10 " Freight. 1 :50 p. in. 2:3.1 3:20 " C:(K) " 8:30 " .Arrives at Lincoln .11:2.1 The msepncpr leaves Lincoln at 3:5.") p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7.00 p. in; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., antl arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Prepare for the Fair. Good weather for haying. . Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turner'. Mies Edna Schrack has gone to Crete. Volley "Weaver is at home from Norfolk. Attend the cheap sale at Kramer's. Straw hats at copt, to close, at Galley Bros. New oats is beginning to come in to market. Summer gingham, 7).c per yd., at Galley BroB. Platte county Fair, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, inclusive. One story of Dels man's new brick is completed. S. C. Smith, E-q., started for California Monciiy. Fresh ovstt-re by the plate and can at Brandt Bros. 14-H Best paints at ruinous price?, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50 2...

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. — 1 September 1886

f"sns t- i e3zxaftas3a MKWPMMW V - M 3 Ct? A m 0 pg t?. i n i ' ; m a it Sleepi last night I lay asleep, and sombre dreamt Around my pillow came on warms wings . Tranced in forgctfulnoss of all true thing a I lay awhile: at last 1 woke. The beams Of the sweet moon flowed in silver streams Through both my windows, and their glim merings ' Tinged all they touched like songs a poet sings. "Behold," thought I in joy, "these bright moon-gleams . Played round me while I slept my troubled sleep And Cynthia with her stars smiled in tho sky. So on through life in fitful dreams we sweep. Intent on visions that -around us fly. And seldom wake to feel bow soft and deep God's lore iu floods is shining from on high. ' Rochester Post-Express. Mia What it Was. Ob, they were as happy as happy could be. Those two little boys who were down by the sea. As each with a shovel grasped tight in his hand. Like a sturdy young laborer, dug in the sand. And it finally happened, while looking around. That, alon...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 September 1886

k' U- AXES OF AatYEaVrimNC; THEJOUBNaL, )' -i i TBuaincssand profesalonalcards of fi-ralineaor less, par ananas, & dollars. - EsTTortime advertisements, apply at this office. iSTLegal advertisements at statute rates. ' l ,I3StJKtf EVMT WEDNESDAY, Nt. Iv. TURNER. & CO., i i Prejrietori and SuUitkers . O.FFIGE-Eletena 'S& upstairs inJourkalBuilding,. , ) r ' ' :: 5 JSTTor transient advertising, eee rateeon third page. E2TAU advertisements payable monthly. . . ...A. TKKMS: Peryear ......- Sir months Teree'riionths .A.,.. - - . s - - 3,Vi0L..XViII.-N0.m COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. SEFTEMBER 8, 1886. WHOLE NO. 852. SlHglecoples fie &Hii i f fisBnsH FFr nssT sY V BsT 1 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Lkandeu Gkruakii, PreSl. . Ubo. W. Hulst, Fce rw7, Julius A. Reei. R. II. Hesuv. J. E. Taskbu, Cashier. -'-. ? Bamk of Depexll, IMmcowbi smd Exchange ClIectloBM Promptly Made all PoIatM. Pay latere! oa Time - It COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 September 1886

SUT "'" i I v.? 3 1 t 'I I .8 K r. II- If M ttml$ftrl WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1886. Hall county endorses Doreey. The Turkish army is being hastily prepared for war. Pike's Peak has been climbed by 1,250 persons this serson. The entire assessment of Dakota Territory is $130,000,000. - The latest report is that Prince Alexander haB determined to abdi cate. This year's wheat crop in Great Britain is estimated at 60,000,000 bushels. The damage to Charleston by the earthpnrke is roughly estimated at 15,000,000. White woodshucks have been Been thiB summer in Redding town ship, Ind. Thebe was a girl at Lake George last week who rowed six hours a day for exercise. Thirty-two horses belonging to the Scranton Street Car Company are laid up with pink-eye. A Van Wyck ticket throughout has been nominated by the Repub licans of Saunders county. The bank statement in New York the other day showed $6,907,000 in excess or legal requirements. A Marechal Niel rose buBh that grows white flowers on one s...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 September 1886

N m t 5 r r- & v. S.V V ttamtasftamutt, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1S-6. A. & N. TIME TABLE. Pass. Leaves Columbus.. .8:10 a. m. ' Bellwood...8:35 " David City .9:00 " " Seward 10:10 " Freight. 1:50 p. m. 2:35 " 3:20 " 0:00 " 8:30 " Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and. arrives at coiuininis :uup. in: the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. in., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Hartman's. 4-20-lt Cool nights. Read Kramer's ad. Prepare for the Fair. Beautiful moonlight nigh!?. Be sure to read Kramer's ad. C. E. Pollock went east Monday. School commenced Monday last. Organs I Call at A. & M. Turner's. Kramer's ad. interests all. Read it. Geo. N. Dcrry is located at Platte Center. No end to ihc melons in this market. Latest styles in dress goods at Kramer's. . Straw hats at cost, to close, at Galley Bros. -SumratT gingham, 7c per yd., at Galley Bros. Platte county Fair, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, inclusive. Brad Slaughter of FtiSlerton was in town ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 September 1886

wrynrrrmi rTCir r ii3i!SiGSJISJE3 'ni,TrlSeakSiSu6mgiUsaaumaa lummagmimtjietgUBmjmi pn !,- Ia i 3' 8' s. p. 11 I It Hi Sit M ! I r r. Hi The Archery Price.' Te won itl Tvo won it! The archer? prize I" Brmrc Harry exclaimed, with delight In bit era , . And all bis companions with hearty goodwill Applauded him well for superior ekifl. , "At hitting a target of wood, I confess Tra not very skillful," said Archie to Bess, 'But if I could borrow from Cupid a dart, I'd aim for too center of somebody's heart. t So closely he fixes upon Bessie bis gaze. Her heart was in tumult, her checks In a blaze; , And twas casv to see, though the shadows lay dark. That the arrow already had entered its mark. Said Archie, "Men differ, you know, in theii aims, . . i , And I'd rather be lucky in love than In Said Bessie," "Though claiming no ekill in the 1 own En quite fond of an archery court." 'Indeed!" cried tho fortunate swain, as be The beautiful, blushing young girl to his breast, . , MMy dear, you'...

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. — 15 September 1886

THE JOURNAL. (SSDKD VMT WKDKKBDAT, m: k. turner & co., Proprietors am a Publukm . rOFFICE;-Eletentn St.,vPtoix iaJournklBuilding. terms: Perycar Six months Three months . I Singlecoples. COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, KB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTOUS: Lkandeu Gekkard, Prc5'i. Gtol TV. Howt, Fice Pre'. JlTMUS A. Reed. U. II. IlKNKY. J. E. Taskku, Cashier. s- " Rak r aaepeslt, IMseejansi BmdtiExcfcamKe. CellectloBH Promptly Ufa all Potato. Pay lateront oa Time ep lt. 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, SI 00,000. OFFICERS: A. Anokuson, Prbs't. O. W. Siiemiox, Vice Pres't. (. T. Kokx, Tubas. ItOBEKT UlII.IG, SKC. US" Will receive time deposits, from $1.00 and an' amount upward-., and will pay the customary rate of interest. SSTWe particularly draw your atten tion to our facilities for making loans on real estate, at the lowest rate of interest. jgrCity, School and County Bonds, and individual securities are bought. IGjunc'SO-V FOBTKE -CALL. ON A...

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. — 15 September 1886

-2 - ..;'' 1 '" ' Ik f' h " a v! r, R ?! P- 1 s PN R - 13! 1 I in; r i ,c Is ft :i: 4i t! 'i' !JT, I ttum&tisencnaf, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 186. The potato crop in Nebraska is im mense. Hastings is to bave a barbwire factory. Philadelphia has 1,500 miles of streets. Aixsttorth is soon to Lave a flour mill with a capacity, of 100 barrels a day. Poxca claims to have an undevel oped gold field near by. Work your "claim.!' A Meadville (Pa.) man claims to have recently discovered a method of tempering copper. A North Carolina man is ship ping wagon wheel spokes to St. Pet ersburg, Russia. Hastings was busily engaged last week in laying her water mains, which were nearly completed. The Belle Plaiue well in Iowa is still au elephant on the bauds of the citizen s, spouting rivers of water. It is claimed that two million dol lars' worth of silver bullion now makes $2,800,000 in Bilver dollars. That portion of North Bend re cently destroyed by fire is to be re built with brick. Sensible...

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. — 15 September 1886

"??- & ll olawlusfimtnaf, WEDNEfrDAT SEPTEMBER 15, 18C. N. TIME TABLE. Pas Freight. 1 :."0 p. m. Leaves Columbus.. .8:10 a. in. ' Bellwood ..8:35 " ? " David City .0:00 " 3:20 " Seward. ...10:10 " 6:00 Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:23 " S:30 44 44 The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7.00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. in., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Read Kramer's ad. Prepare for the Fair. Be sore to read Kramer's ad. OrganB ! Call at A. & M. Turner's. Kramer's ad. interests all. Read it. Latest styles iu dresi goods at . Kramer's. Platte county Fair, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, inclusive. C. & L. Kramer make dress goods a specialty. Robt. Saley is confined to bis bed with rheumatism. Gluck's store room has been re . coated with paint. Fresh oyster -by tho plato and - can at Brandt BroB. 14-tf Best paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. fiO ii-tf XV. H. nets returned from the State Fair Saturday. School books, blank book?, E D. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 15 September 1886

WgWP?Sf Umw "J llJff-" j wmm zxirmiijnwwj,rlfwwej v r (L tf r I fir i 'It & In Mt E 'j t z t I' sf M u; 'T t iff 4 'i Jl' II i i i! I u , ft i i I I'! It h H Convalescent. Lapped warm ia the care of a watchful lore, Site Bits In the sunshine this summer day, YetTau! it is scarcely a month ago Since love could do nothing but weep and tpray. To the gleaming gate of God's Heaven she went; The songs of His angels she nearly heard; And now, as we look in her pearl-pink face. Our hearts within us arc strangely stirred. So little more, and, all mystery past. This girl had been wiser than all the wise. Did her sonl hear something tongue may not tell As it gazes at us through soft blue eyes? And who might have been in the heavenly choir, . , ., , Must shrink f rom the 6badow of pnde and wrong. Must walk in -the light of the gleaming gate. In step to the air of tho angels song. So this young Jllo'must henceforth bear A solemn swectncsfCatepder grace, K As of one who turns to her daily tas...

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. — 22 September 1886

KATES mW AaTETlSlII ETOmainesaand proftaaionalcarda of aralinaaor less, per annum, fir dollars. THEJOTTRNAL. ISSUKD BVBRY WKDNKfePAY, M. K. TURNER &, CO., Proprietors and Publishers. -f " I V tu. For time advertisements, apply at this office. ESTCiegal advertisements at atatat rates. GTFor transient advertising rates on third page. t3TA.ll advertisements payable monthly. 3T O FFICE Eleventh St. , up s tain n our nal Building. terms: Peryear Six months .... Three months .. Singlccopies... VOLXVII.--NO.22. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1886. WHOLE NO. 834. 3 uanwl. tf COLUMBUS STATE BANK! C0LU2LBUS, HEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 duiectoiis: Leandek Gerkakd, Frc I. Geo. W..Uui.st, Vice Pratt. Julius A. Uek:. . II. Hkkry. J. E. Tarkku, Cashier. llsmk of Deposit, IMmcbi aid Exclianjre. Collections rroraplly Matte on all Point. Pay latere! oa Time eo-- ItH. COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Slock, $100,000. OFFICKKS: A. Anikkmn, I'RKs'r. . V. SlIKI.IKt...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 22 September 1886

& t B . c Hi I I J- 1 t J 3V V 9 ft i ISI H 3 ' I if: W. J. r i ;r. 1 i p. I f(tlKsfirMl WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 18SG. btonl . tts FtttoXei, CclsaluJsTst., u(Ki eliH aitttr. "Act well honor lies." your part, thore all the The Umatilla Iudians had aboot eighteen thousand acres in wheat this year, Cbatek Lake in southern Oregon is over 2,000 feet deep the deepest in America. Chili has granted the widow of Vice Admiral Lynch a pension of f6,000 a year. Minister Cox to Turkey, was about starting for home on a furlough owing to ill health. New Obleans expended $2,000,000 in building improvements during the year ending September L The city council of Minor, 111., has passed an ordinanco forbidding the sale of cider inside the city limits. It is estimated that about one hun dred thousand species of flowering plants are now known to botanists. Tns lumbermen of Fairfield, Mo., are preparing to cut upwards of 25,000,000 feet of lumber thiB winter. The bank statement at New York last week...

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. — 22 September 1886

K , .- . j .- c . tp I r . . .. Ff, 3? w r iris ' tfttmtitsfMirtutt WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBElt 22, !. A. & N. TIME TABLE. Ps. Freight. Leaves Columbus.. .8:10 a. ui. 1:."i0 p. ni. Bellwood...S:3T " 2:3. " " David City 9:00 " 3:20 " " Seward. ...10:10 " C:00 " Arrives at Lincoln. . 11:25 " 8:30 " Tlic passenger leaves Lincoln at:i:55 p. in., aud arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. in; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. uiM aud arrives at Columbus at 1 p. in. Boom the Fair. Splendid weather. Head Kramer's ad. Prepare for Iho Fair. Be sure to read Kramer' ad. County Supervisors iu eessiou. ' f Organs ! Call at A. & M. Ttirner'a. Kramer's ad. iutereto all. Read it. Latest styles in dress goods at Kramer'. Everybody is putting up all the hay they can. Platte count Fair, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, inclusive. C. & L. Kramer .mike dress . goods a Hpecinity. F. M. Sacke.tt, of Albion, Suu - dayed in this city. D. MoKvlvny wan up from Schuyler Tliiirtduy. Gen. MoKi-ivey uf Ful'erJou was iu town litnl ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 22 September 1886

m 'ft ' . ill a . k m lSJ LV 8 i-4 S-4 El W Jtt rj i St 3 1. ft :f M ? mi i". Ari M.r H m tMt K If Ml L V 1 1 r' i hi J K : i' i .i i - II V!. J I41 ' ri r Hi i ; m B IjookUp. Look up! tho world is wide. On land and sea. On ship or shore, there ia no rust, no rest; A heart throbs outtvard from each human breast. And moves It onward to its destiny. What if its bidden doom must end in death? Why. meet it bravely, with the Tionest thought 'i ' Of no (rood deed undone, no ruin wrought. To kill tho hope that soothes a djiffg breath. Ho who would soar from darkness Into light. And, like Icarus, mount on waxen twinrs. Will never reach and touch the golden .springs That open the gates which close upon the night. Who rises, lifting others up with him, Ia strong indeed. Within his call or reach Are hands that aid him hearts that help him teach What he has learned himself, and taught to them. Wc build our. thoughts like mountains to tho clouds, The mystery of our being still unsolved. Save tha...

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. — 29 September 1886

-:-; at j -y' - THE JOURNAL. ,--" -a w - -V 3 w km -w ' A' Ar fwm mi : If -f . fs m " f ; ? Pvi p-rv && ISSUED KVBKY WKDXK8DAY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors aid Fielishers. fT OFFICE Eleventh St., uptaira h fournal Building. TKKMS: Peryear.. -, Six mouth! Three months Singlecoplea...... COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CA9H CAPITAL, $75,000 " " DIRECTORS: Leandeb Gkbrard, Prea'i. " Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Prtft. Julius A. Reed. R. H. Hfnkv. --'k :' -JrE. TA.aeEH,r'aAier. Hsak of Deposit, IMwraaai aad Etxchaaice. Cellectloan PrniIf !W-e all toinl. Pay latere! ea Tliae lep- IM. 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital iiUu-k, 3100,000 A. ASIIKKSON, 1'KKS'i. U. W. SllKl.lHN, VlCK I'KKVT. O. T. IJoKN, TKKAit. I.'obkiu' rui.ifi, Skc. EBTWill receive time loiitH, from fl.iwi mid any amount upwards, nd wil pay tlie customary rat of interest. B"AVe t.irti'iilrl)' draw your attcn tiou to our facilitie- for nulviug lonn on real estate, at the lowest rate of i...

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