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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 27 October 1886

y I5 tfuwlusftiurnal WEDNESDAY OCT. 27, tSs. A. AN. TIME TABLE. P.v-. Leaves CoIutubus...S:10a. m. Bellwood ::K " David City H:0(l ' Sewanl. .. 10:10 " Freight. l:.M p. in. 2A1 " ::20 " :00 " .:30 " Arrives at Lincoln .11:2.) TIih iinkniinver leaves Lincoln al :!:" p. m., and arrives at Colmuhu-7-M p. in; the freight leaves Lincoln atCa. in., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. in. Vote for Irwin. Vote for Schug. Vote for Itobison. Vote for Bowuiau. Vote for Macfarlantl. Nobby hats at Kraiuei's. Vole for Patrick HiKgin;. Orgatiri! Call at A AM Turner's. Read the first page of today's Jouunai.. Men's boota al $1 f.O a pair at Friedhof & Co'. 8 24 tl New carpet and oil cloth, at Friedhof & CoX Dresi CoodH and Clonks a spec ialty, at Kramer's. Heat paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. f0-2-tf The lowest price? and largest stock, at Kramer's. School books, blank hook?, K. I). Filpatrick, lttth street. 2-UUl Attend the republicHii uii-riitij next Saturday evening. Pianos, o...

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 October 1886

i! 4 ! 1 4 1 U III! h' , ! r i' l J: e Soaie Day Xo'll Think of Me. 8oae day. my darling, when the rose hH died. That on your pathway throws its petals aweet. When the sharp thorn is springing near your fiidC And nettles pierce the mold beneath your feet. You'll wish for me. Someday, my darling, when the crystal cup Of Beauty shattered lies, and 6pillcd its wine When Pleasure's urn denies your lips ono And you drink deep of Disappointment'! brine. You'll wish for me. 8omo day the wreath will wilt upon thy head. You'll smell tbe bud and And a worm witn- Bomc'day, my darling, when your friends And strangers mock your frequent tears, ah! then You'll wish for me. Bomo day. my darling, when Death's dews Upon11 your brow, you'll gladly let me When dreams present the shroud that must 'Your limbs, and your sweet lips grow chill - and dumb. You'll wish for me. You'll long for nlm whoso hands were oft To plucka rose lest they tho bush pollute Tet no would come and stand a slave aside. To gras...

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 November 1886

RATfcM OkV ABTKatTIBIIVC; EsTBmaUisssaBd professionalcards of aTliasor lass, par annna, firs dollars. GFFortlais adTsrtlssasats, apply atthisoSce. aSTTiSgal advsrtlssaisnts at statato rates. ISSUED 8VKKY WEDNESDAY. M. K. TUJ&IVEI & CO., Proprietor! and Publiifcert S3" OFFICE, Eleventh St., vj.itait nJournalUuildiug. fiTTor transient advertising, ass rates on third page. CsTAll advertisements payable aaoataly. r k i: m s : Perycar ... . Six mouths .. Tl re e months Single copies .? i ; VOL. XVI I. --NO. 28. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1886. WHOLE NO. 860.. THE JOURNAL. vMnflTH RvJ mm 15 I? I Tf ,i . COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CAST! CA PI TA L, - $75,000 OIKKC'I L.KANDKK GeRKAKD Geo. W. IIUXST, 1'rvs'i. Vice l're't. Jui.lUri It. ii J A. Rkkh. Hkm:v. E. Taskkii, (ishier. kBt el Hepoxit IMtroNMl aa fJalleetleatft romaliy ill Point. .tlale Bay latrrrxl ttw. Time HcpeM- COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stuck, $100,000. OFFIOKK-.: Axdkkso...

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 November 1886

4(bis fur turf, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, lKs. Xaitriiat thi FssteSei, ColwatM.Hifc.. aiitesai elut mtttir. The formal resignation of the Hod S. S. Cox, minister to Turkey, lias been received at the Department of State, Washington City. Mits. Cornelia. Stewart, wife of the late millionaire, A. T. Stewart, died suddenly on the morning of the 25th of October, at her residence in Now York City. The Irish are not at peace ; "evic tions are increasing and tbeie are more than the usual amount of want and poverty, especially in the west ern part of the country." Robert W. "Alstox, a clerk in the Auditor's office at Washington, com mitted suicide the other day by shooting himself in the head. Ner vous depression is said to have led to the act. The Grand Island Independent says there will be more cattle fed and fattened in Hall county thiB year than in any winter in its history, and that there will be a demand for all the corn raised. Young or middle aged men suffer ing from nervous debility, loss ...

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 November 1886

1 clumfeuflournal WEDNESDAY NOV. -. 1SSG. A. & N.TTMETA11LE. r.t..-. Leaves Columbus. S:10a. in, Bellwood :-'h"i David Citv !:() ' Reward. I0:U " Arrives at Lincoln ll:i" Freiuht. l:."io . in. 2::"i -:$::K ' :m s::; The passenger leaves Lincoln al!:.Vi ji. n., aud arrives at Coliiuihiii 7.00 p. in; the freight leaves Lincoln at ti a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Nobby hats at Kramer'n. Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turnor'n. Candidates were lively Monday. Tlioa. England wast in town Mon day. Men'n boctri at $ 1 f0 a pair at Friedbof & Co. 3 24 tf New carpet aud oil doth, at Friedbof & Co'. Dress Goods and Cloak a uj'cc ialty, at Kramer's. E. J. linker of ('lieyenne, was iu the city last week. Best paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. f0-2-tf The lowest price and largest Block, at Kramer's. Maurice Grifiiu lout a valuable horse Sutiday uijjht. Mrs. C. P. .lack-on is v"s::i)r friends at St. Edward?. School books, blank books E. I). Fitzpatrick, Kith stie...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 November 1886

t i? I' 8 Talklac to the Dead. O, ye Dead! the tears I've shed for you hare robbed me of ray youth. Frost your voices 1 eea never more hear words of lore and truth. Tour friendly hands are withered, and your loving- eyes decayed. And your bodies molder in the dust of which ye first were made. Do ye sometimes watch the seasons as of old they come and go? Do ye know when we have sunshine? Do ye know when we have snow? Do ye sec us? Can ye hear us? Do ye know our hopes and fears? Can ye recollect the time when ye yourselves shed bitter tears? Do ye sometimes wish to speak to us and help usintbestrire? Do ye see how much we suffer in the thorny path or life If we could know the secrets that ye know beyond the tomb, Would such knowledge make us cowards? Would it cheer us in ourffloom? O, ye Deadl O. ye Dead: in your peaceful blest estate . , Ye can see what God has written in the Books or Lire and Kate! But since the day ye went a:ay from earth, for well or ill. Ye hare kept your secret ...

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. — 10 November 1886

V , I n THE JOURNAL. IUDRD IVIRY WEISKMAY. M. K. TORNEK & CO., Proprietors and Publisbei i '&T OFFICE, Eleventh St., vptair n lournalBuildhuj. T K K M s t Per year Six uioulhs .... Three month . Siuglecoples .. .4 1 WO Sl 05 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL. - $75,000 lHitKCTo'.i:4: Lindkk(Ikhrari, PresW OEO. Wl Hui.sT, 1'iVe VeV. Jumus A. Reki. H. II. IlKMtY. .!. K. Taskkk. l'ash,u a r7 " Bank el" Deposit. IMwouni 4 KarhUMKre. I II t4iatl. y lairrcNt oh 'rime lit- lt. COLUM BUS Savings Bank LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. 1 Capital St...-!;, SK'ii.uo t. oi.th:i-:i:: A. AxikkmN, 1'i:k.-i. . W. MIKI.lHi.N, Vick l"i:K-r. . T. KoKX, Ti:kn. ItollKKI I'lM.lii, Ki". t3TVill receie lime deposit-, from $1.00 and any amount upward-, and u ill pay the customary rati ofintcre-t. $3TWe particularly it raw jour alien tiun li our facilities for iiia5in;r loans on real ustatc, at tin lowest ratr ol interest. J3T ity. School and County Itoud-, and iinliiilll:il .sei U lilies arc b...

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 November 1886

3rtfc""w"W'f w I; 1 ly U ' m ' ri -a 1i it HP.. I! i! i fl t r CduwfcusfiBtna!, WEDNESDAY, y. 10, lWt"'" ela:s siir. Drilling fv natural ga$ has been begun at Omaha". ' FnEMONThas a'bfuggicl,j:hion nanu factory. liss Fijanczs Willakd is lcctur inir in St. Paul. , , xwii Chautauqua circles arc beif jr or pani.ed all over-tliiBtate. -Stueet carrobbert were again operating laBt week inOmaba. - A man in Fremont has contracted.,' for 200 care of Biack Hills stone. - Out of the 5.000 teachers in Ne whose vote was, of course, exception raeka four thonsand;are women. a!)JtoiSoo,'-251t ' If 250 may be Wilt. McSbane, bV reason of the considerations, be thj democratic uob in Nebraska? The re-election of Senator Van' Wyck is now confidently predicted by bis friends. Church Howe bas brought a suit for libel against editor Rosewater, of the Omaha Bee. Jeffersox Long was found guilty, at North Platte, of the murder of Emily liascouibe. . i:eci:st storms oil' the British coast have wrecked several ...

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 November 1886

tfelombusffaurnal WEI'E'DAY N'OV. 10, 1SSG. A. A- N.TlMKTAlil.K. Freight. Loaves Columbus. S:10a. in. Itellwood ." " David itv !:00 " Reward. .". 10:10.'- Arrives at Lincoln ll:i" ' I:."o . in. :::-20 The iaener leaves Lincoln at "':.. p. hi., and arrives at Columbus T.0 ji. in; 1 lit fr-ijrbt leave.-. Lincoln at C a. m., and arrive at Columbus at 1 p. in. Organ? ! Call at A. & M. Tiirner'H. Creat cIoaln oul Hah', at Kra nieri. (Io In tho cutfitaiiiinrut lliis eveninjr. Rev. .1. A. Kepil ol I'urlinjiton in hi town. Men" Ioo1h at -il ." a pair al Friedliof & IV. S rU-tf New carpet ami oil cloth, at Friedhot & Go's. Wanted. Oirl to ilo housework at Dr. Still iiihhV 1 l.est paints at ruiumiH prices-, Co liitubus Lumber Co. fU-2-tf John V. K-irly, ot l!ii- city, vi Itctl Omaha lat week. School hooks, hhmk hook?, K. F. Fitxpatrluk, l'Jth street. 2 H'.tt Pianos, otjjaup, music, etc., B. 1). Kitzpatrick, i:ili street. Kit I Come to Ivr.itiu'i'-i hefoic the hijr;est li:u;.ius ar...

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 November 1886

gwfssww 3 ( 1: I. hi! i ti I Tt( FT I u' r ft ? s The Swindles: Door. rsa looklar for soaeknay B street, flinti niinl lirrrr r" tSs, - nniiwtwiilr tall, aad young; atia ir. c t Wao UMd to loiter about Ihc atair. And wmit to accompany me over the stile. And carry my books for me once in a wane, iU we both passed out through the swinging door, . . In those dear old college days or yore. He's married, and happy, and sa am I. I wouldn't meet him for the wrM. not 1. Jfor fear that one or the frthor might trace, . Mr some cuauce word or confusion otiace, :fce little secret we keptno well; Tftoopoa secret which others could tell, Which we, in our .iunoccuce, thought to Keep best. By guarding it safe each within our own lis, pcrhsf s. as well that 'twas never con As we both passed out through the swinging door, . - In taose dear old college days or yore. I'm looking for somebody down the street, tiome one 1 never ex prct to meet; Hut somehow or other I love to look. And all 1 can see is a b...

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 November 1886

ATKN OF AlftYKKTlaillSC; ! uiwmtius CTBttaiaaasaBd professions lcarda of fir lines or less, psr annum', "& dollars. EV For time advertisements. apply at this office. JSTltfl advertisements at statute rates. ssTFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. tSTAll advertisements payable monthly. ISSUKO EVKHY W KINKhIAY, M. K. TUIMSTEK fc CO., Proprietors and Publishers. LjT O '' CE,-Eleven . h St. - i'J - " n ItnirnalUuililiii'j. tkkjis: Peryoar .. . Six months Turee months S ingle copies VOL. XVII.--N0. COLUMBUS, NEB.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1886. so WHOLE NO. 862. THE JOURNAL. mt tfH 1 k Hj i ai B ji iB COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NKB. C A S H r.APl V A L, - iTo.OOU lUKKClt:s I.KAi'J:K'(;KUUAJ:i. I'rrs'l. iK. W. lIui.T, ! Vr.-7. Jtll.ll'S A. I'KFP. K. II. IIknky. .1. K. TaMwKi.. ('miier. r- ;j is- - . -r Hank ol Mlt IMncohu aul Kt.liMtit;. TollecKoasi Ir4iiiplly MHdf oa nil "! . fay luicrr-l n Time Mrpe-i. COU'MI'.l'S LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Slock 511)0.000. ...

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 November 1886

S3 &smM m w !"- i l- '1 ; I. J .1 tf fl . !. , I'l; ir i r k si m K Bf IF Iil ,ftil.ltsfUltaf, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11 18WJ. trtlat tk PeitoSsi, Colamtss.Krt.. sisiessi cUaasttir. The street railways have been consolidated. in Lincoln Robert T. Lincoln has been pro posed for Mayor of Chicago. Martin for governor of Kansas, received a majority of 36,000. De. Tiebce's "Pellets" cure sick and billions headache, sour stomach, and all bilious attacks. Wm. A. Putney, editor of the Ne braska Signal, died one day last week at his home in Fairmont. The coroner's jury lay the blame of the Rio horror on C. II. Wells, brakeman. He was arrested. Thbee Morman missionaries near Pittsburg, Pa., have made many con verts, and will soon start with them for Utah. The total number ot business failures occurring throughout the United States and Canada "ib 241 for the last seven days. Business was reported to be lively at the stock "yards in Omaha last week, and hogs were worth aR much as they were in Chic...

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 November 1886

I A lumbus journal WEDNESDAY NOV. IT. INrO. frsj&i?'ig A.& N.TIME TABLE T.1?. Freight. 1 :ro p. in. Leave Colunilxi". S:Na. m. Kellwood S::5.1 " David Citv !:Uft ' Reward. 10:10 ' Arrive at Lincoln ll:'2-" " :!:a :tHi s::W) The passenger leaves Lincoln at :" p. j in., aud arrives at coinnuin i:ip. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at r. a. in., aud arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Organe ! Call at A. & M. Turner'?. Great closing out sale at Kra mer's. Work b:i- begun on tho I 1 coal Hcbute. Will. U. Hale visited Oman one day last week. The Lyceum was again conven ed last Friday. Men's boolH at .$1 f0 a pair at Friedhor & Co's. 8 24-tl New carpet and oil cloth, at Friedbof & CVh. IJest paint a at ruinoiiH prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. ."0-:Mf Mirs .Tennic Thomas is visiting at Mrs. A. Anderson. School books, blank book?, K. I. Kit'patrick, Ilttli street, t Will John Wermulh whs in town severa1 day bint week. Hev. A. Il-Mirich. ol Tosiviile was in the city Friday. Pianos,...

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 November 1886

m 1 I I M w i i ,? t ! s a 1 Ff See Breeze. Tlic eager wind is speeding- from the Bern. O'erleapinif tall brown cliffs that thwart the wave. Around whose feet tho angry waters rave. Then wild careering on the upland lea. The dusty clouds from beaten highway w hirled Are scattered 'mong the fluttering fields or grass; O'er sprouting gniin the gleaming wind waves pass. And then against the dark-brown wood are hurled. Turo bare fields winds a brook with water bnwu. That trickli down the gorse'ssbelvy rocks; lint at each rooky brow the gusty shocks Upj-t ilicaticam to form a spHrklin crown. Vf r to the sea tlie water falls at last, WIhti' weed-strewn trunks upon the shore are borne. Vh(p earth-embracing limbs were wrench ed and torn And riven from the land by furious blast. The breakers mndly dashing o'er the reef. Hide haughtily with foaming crests erect: Hut treacherous sloping shore doth aye de ject Their wind-urged pride, and prone they fall in grief. Thus glad and strong and free t...

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 November 1886

KATE OP AUVEKriSINC a'ulumlub ESTBusinessand professionalcards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollais. J37 For time advertisemeata,applT at this office. PTIiecal advertisements at atatnta ISSUED KVKKY WKUXKbPAV, M. K. TURKKK & CO.. Proprietors and Publishers . X3T0FFI CE, Eleventh fit.. up -- tail in fouriialliuildiny. ratfiB. EtTFo'r transient advertising, sea rates on third page. E7A.11 advertisements payable tcoattalj. terms: Perycar Six month Three months . . Singlecoplcs... THE JOURNAL. M OBBafBTom ovok SBi t 'SBm. BSk B VoW Bh .VSk BSa - H Bm -TBB IBB 'IBBH I - BlJ aTlBBM BM bb BBS IbbljbbJ issa I J sis bbJ AbbJbbJ bbj ' ms VOL. XVII. -NO. .81. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1886. WHOLE NO. 863. ; COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $76,000 DIRECTORS: LtAXDKR Gkrbakd, Pres'i. Gko. W. Hui.bt, Vice Prea't. Julius A. Kekd. It. U. Henry. J. E. Task Kit. Cashier. ttaalc of Wepo-ll, ilroaa aa4 Ecrlmaire. CwIleotloawlronifMly Itudf a all' IIb. ay ...

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 November 1886

fir 1 $ 5i V '! J i (J 1 s fC (alHltBsfintBa, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1W. Xsterelit thi FstteSei, CelsBtsi.Ntt. cteNautttr. , IX tIKSi It is aaid about 45,000 cattle are be ing fed in the vicinity of Fremont. The sum of $40,000 has been sub scribed for a Methodist church in Denver. No lengthy advertisement is neces sary to bolster up Dr. Sage'a Catarrh Remedy. Five hundred coal miners in Weld and Erie counties Colorado, are out on a strike. RsrORTS aro In circulation that gold has been discovered in a gravel bed near Brulo. Nebraska Citv voters decided to givo the Missouri Pacific a bonuB of $40,000 to build to the city. The Sisters hospital at Grand Island is nearly completed, and is intended for use this winter. It is stated that sixty buildings have been erected in the railroad ad dition to Broken Bow in the last two months. A. F. Martin, of South Auburn, Neb., had his arm caught in a corn sheller. Dr. Grant took it off below the elbow. An Osceola agriculturist ha- plant ed sixteen a...

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 November 1886

fotumtmsffmtrnsti WEDNESDAY' NOV. 21. IS. A. AN. TIME TABLE. Pas-. Freight. Leivc Columbus. S:10a. m. 1:."i0 p. m. ' Bcllwood .:.T " 2:.V ' David Citv !:00 " ::20 " ,iewr.d. . 10:10 " G:0 " Arrive at Lincoln 11:2.1 ' s:3ft " The passenger leaves Lincoln at3:.V p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 l. in; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. mM and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. in. Organs! Call at A. & M. Turner's. A coltl wave struck us Monday. Great closing; out Bale at Kra mer's. --Several ca90n of scarlet fever at Schuyler. Men's bootB at ."M-ftO k pair at Friedhof & Co's. 8 24-tf New carpet and oil cloth, at Friedhof & Co'e. 15est paints at ruinous prices, Co luuibuB Lumber Co. 50-2-tf Wantei. A good irl to do house work. C. li. Stilltiian. 31-2 -D. A. Lord Sifts been down fiom the west i 1m past week. -School hook'H, blank books, K. D. Fiipatricfc, l:ilh street. 2-HJlf --Piano-, orjiHii, uniHtc, et, K. 1. i Fit .pal rick, i:!l!i strict. UJtl j -- Conic to IvraiuiT" bf!rc ...

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. — 24 November 1886

u y . ir it I: t. i -4 if , I 1 I s I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, SOV.i1. lSitt. Z:tor:l2t tie resieSsa, Csitstrt.Stb.. istasisi el:: aii::r. J NAMELESS HERO. Ttris is thi son- of a namelcw man. Uaten a while till the deed U told Of one wh ventured bis Ufa to'aavw Another's, but not for fame or sold. Winter hal been both bars and long; Spring set tii, and the brooklet ran. Swamping the meadows and breaking tM eo - - . Into mlghty.biocks. Then the flood be gan. Hod and roaring, tho rushing stream On its bearing bosom tho ice blocks bore; Stemmed at length by a bridge of might. It foamed and crashed with a sullen roar. Crashed and dashed on the piers of stone; They yield at lust to the fearful strata: The center au-ch, and the keeper's house And helpless iuraates alone remain. Fiercer and fiercer roars the flood. Wilder the wind in the stormy sky. Tho kecier springs to the rocking roof: 'Mercy, have uiorcy. great God on high! Help for my helpless wife and child!" They beard him loud o'er ...

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. — 1 December 1886

THE JOURNAL. KATES OF ABTEITISMC FBmalaeasand profeaaioaalcarda of fivelinasor 1cm, per annaa, five dollar. ISSUKD EVERY WErNKSlAY, M. K. TURNEl-t fc CO., Proprietors and Publisher. J2T U FFICE, Eleventh St., upstair in fournaWuilding. TEKSIS: Peryear Six months ? Throe months Singlccopics "" For time advertisements .apply at this office. ITTiegal advertisements atstatat rates. 2? For transient advertising, sea rates on third page. Eb"A11 advertisements payable monthly. VOL. XVI I. -NO. 82. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER I. 1886. WHOLE NO. 864. fk mmqml t flOLTTMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leandku Gerhard, Vres'l. Geo. W. IIut.st, Vice 1'resH. Julius A. Heed. 1?. II. Henry. J. K. Task eu, Cashier. Kaik of Depowlt, d Eiciiange. IHhcobbi HectioBN ProinptS- Made ob ill Folniw. Pa. y Intercut itH. oh Time Sepo- 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Slock, Sioo.oo; i. OFFICER;: A. As'iikksos. PiiKs'r. O. W. SiiKi.nox, Vick 1...

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 December 1886

I ! I El t' am m mm tttltlMMS MWt Wilt WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 18S6. Xstiriiai tbt raxtoSet, Gelu&u.Xit. eUH mittar. 11 ticni Wiskeb has the promise of another creamery. A Cheyenne county man captured a black prairie dog. Fires are being reported occasion ally from Bteam pipes being too close to wood. Cleveland's course on civil service matters is not satisfactory to the democracy. THE'Wahoo Wasp thinks we will soon need 21 columns to print all tbo "Suggestions to Legislators." It is stated that seventy miles of the Cheyenne & Northwestern road will be completed before Christmas. The Knights of Labor are attract ing the attentions of politicians who are studying affairs with reference to 1888. Seward county adopted township organization at the last election, and her representatives will doubtless be ready to help amend the laws. The Newburg woolen mills, N. Y., burned the other moruing. One hundred and thirty persons were thrown out of employment. Proper ty loss $100,000. J. F. S...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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