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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 1 December 1886

A' V trfnm6u$!Ia!tatt, VI- WEDNESDAY DEC 1, &. A. & N. TIME TABLE. 1'ax-. Freight. Leave- Columbus. .i?:lfla. m. l:."rft p. m. Bcllwood .S::) ' David Citv :00 " " eward. 10:10 ' Arrive at Lincoln ll:i"i " :;:2J ti:0 The passenger leaves Lincoln at:.:."! p. in., and arrives at Columbia T:( p. m; i lie freight leave.- Lincoln at : a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. :u. Supervisors in session. Toboggans at Kramer's. It pays to trade at Kramer'. Organs! Call at A. ic M. Turner's. C. & L. Kramer, merchant tailor-. 32 G-2t Sunday was more than usually windy. Men's boot at $l.:0 a pair al Friedhof & Co'. S 2-l-U New carpet and oil cloth, at Kriedhof & (Vs. P.est paints A ruinous price?, Co lumbus Lumber Co. f0 -tf Waited. A od irirl to do house work. U H. SliHimui. ?l'-'2 -School books, bUnk hooks, K. I). Kitpatriot;, illtli street. 2-lftt Hooiii-, furiiifhed or uufurniidicd, at Mrs. Wiiiterlxtthncrrt. 151 p2 PiaiKi-i, rjau,s, nni-ic, etc . K. D Kitpat riek, I'.UU t...

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 December 1886

i an I1 ,1 ft v , Ki' Lf 1st R It if 4 is I A RUINED BUSINESS. END OF THE BIG CATTLE RANCHES OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN VALLEYS. Tho Grass all Used Up No More rood for the Herds of that Vast Region. The Disaster Crushing and WUliout Beinedj. I instance the present condition of a once famous stock growing valley. Four years ago tall bunch gras stood in the upper North Fiatte valley. The low, rocky hills were covered. The spaces between the tage bushes were occupied by bunches of grass. The treeless flanks of the mountain ranges K were yellow with dried grass, which waved in the wind. There was grass, and good " grass, everywhere throughout the valley. Heavy crops of hay were cut on the natural meadows. Cattle, horses, antelope and elk roamed through the valley from Hunter1, ranch at the bridge over the North ffatte to fifty miles below Fort Steele. On every creek which issued from the mountains pros perous cattle growers lived in log houses. The cattle were fat, and though the growers always ...

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. — 8 December 1886

TES OP AIEKTISir: zteZ ETHusineasand professionalcarda of fivelineaor less, per annum, fiva dollars. ISSUED KVBItY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURISTEH & CO., Proprietor i and Publishers. 2" OFFICE, Eleventh Sl.,y ,s tn Journal Suildiny. For time advertisement a. apply at this office. 12Legal advertisements at statute rates. JS For transient advertising, see rates on third page. J3TA11 advertisements payable monthly. teums: I'eryear Six mouths Turee mouths 6 ingle copies tf . 1 M VOL. XVI I. -NO. 38. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1886. WHOLE NO. 865. THE JOURNAL. fw ulumtitts mpa. i COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CA SH CAP1 TA L, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leasoeu Gekkakd, Pres't. Geo. W. Hui.st, Vice Pres't. -Tclius A. IIkki. It. II. Hkshv. J. E. Task eh, Cashier. Ilaalc I" lepoit. it KxckaiiRe. IXmoohhI Collection Iroinjlly .nIe oi Bll Hointf.. Pay latere ItM. oh Time 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stork. SlOO.OtV). OFFICER: Ani)f.i:sv)N, Pres't. o. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 December 1886

I' ( i. u I J I V if l 1 fl IM M h r fatB wins journal WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, IS. Istsnlit tie ?stto3ct, Celtatu.Hit. cUh mitiir. , II I SCtti Johx Lader, of Omaha, was pat on trial again last week for the murder of his wife. News comes from Paris that Franco and Mexico have concluded a treaty of commerce. The validity of the cloction of the lieutenant governor of Indiana i ahout to ho tested in the courts. Coiteu ore hi been discovered near Marion, Mo. It was found by a Mr. Watkins while digging a well. IIox. Jonx M. Glover's seat in the Fifteenth congrens from the St. Louis district will be contested by Nathan Franks. Eliza Bethuxe, widow of General Hethune, late manager of Blind Tom, has been appointed guardian of his person and estate. A KEi'OiiT from London states that thirty men were instantly killed by an explosion in Lcmore colliery in Durham on the 2d. Mrs. Axx Pope, the widow of Gen. John Pope, who recently died at Nashville Tenn., has left $:K),000 to Presbyterian churches. A...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 8 December 1886

LJ I .) ' ; Cafumbusffourtiat WEDNESDAY DEC. 8, 58A5. A.& N.T1METAKLE. I'm-.-j. Pre sht. Leave Columbus, 8:10 a. m. I:0 Uellwood ::5." ' i!:.Ti David City H:IX) " 3:20 Seward. 10:10 " ': A nixes Hi Lincoln ll:2.'i " :" The uaqsenirer leaves Lincoln at:! p. in. :5.i p. in., an it arrives at Cohuiibim ".:' I ttie freight leaved Lincoln at a. in. striven at Columbus at 1 p. m. . m: , and Toboggans at Kramer!. - It pay to trade at Kramer'n. - Follow the crowd lo "Fit?.." OrganB 1 Call at A. & M. Turner's. --C. & L. Kramer, merchant tHilors. :a--ii Suuday wad more than usually windy. Henry ft errant visiled this city last week. E. V. Clark, of Ceuoa, was in the city Saturday. Men's boots at $1.0 a pair at Friedbof & Co'. S-24-lf New carpet and oil rlotb, at Friedbof & C.i'e. Best paints at ruinous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. fiO-2-tf Free calendar for 1SS7 at Gus. (J. Keener & Co.-. IW :t Miss Nel'.ie Curtin ot;8 to tench school near I.mca:i. School Jiookn, blank...

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

EM " -i ! I If. i:r lev I ' tpk Ifp 111 rat . u.i & m hi I The Death of Lore. And is be dead at last? He lingered lonnr. Despite the fever-fl'.s of doubt and pain; It seemed ibat faith bad wov'n a web so strong 'Twould keep him till bis pulse beat truo again; Center of so much youtb and hope and trust. How could he crumble into common dust? Cold blew the icy winds of circumstance; Prudence and penury 6tood side by side, Barbing: the arrow shot by crafty chance. Snatching the balsam from tbe wounds of pride; Slander spiced well the cup false friendship Ana so Love died. Where shall we make his grave? Scatter no roses on tbe bare, black earth, Plant no white lilies: no blue violet bloom. Weak in bis death as feeble in his birth. Why should life strive to 6anctiry his tomb? Even gentle memory Is by truth forbid To honor aught that died as light Love did. Let the rank grasses nourish fearlessly. With no fond footsteps brushing them away; While the young life he troubled, strong nnd ...

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 December 1886

sSvF ? V r 3 v .? THE JOURNAL.: lATES OF A1YEHX1SIN QTBuaineasand profeaaionalcards of fivelinesor leas, per annum, fire dollars. EJ For time advertisements, apply at this office. SsTLegal advertisements at statist rates. 13 For transient advertising, see rates on third page. "STAU advertisements payable monthly. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, . Mr. Iv. TURNEI? & CO., Proprietor and Publishers . , , i 2S" OFFICE Eleventh .St., up stat, ; air- '? in Journal Building. i -.'lii-... 'i-j . t T K R M . : 'Peryear Sixmouths - 'Three months Singlecoples Jt&t' VOL. XVII. --N0. 84.. 'COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 15,, 1886. WHOLE NO. 866. .... au it- - i - -.- mm mnmm wWpifll t if; ! - COLUMBUS STATE BANKS ' COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIUKCTOKS: Lbakdkr Gebraud, Prcs'i. Geo. W. IIui.st, Vice rres't. Juki us A. IlnKi. R. II. Heskv. J. K. Task mi, Cashier. Bank of BoIl. "Nroiisii ColIecliiErmpl3 " " all PoIh!. Hay ln r si n 'rimr Brj--it". COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & T...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 15 December 1886

W-& r-' '. ;-o - -- - s. &?& 'r. "i - - V-- " tS- -t s i i . uft-. (taitrt, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 18b6. Msn&at tks reiUSei, CclMtu.Xst.. usscsac cUh mtttir. Ex-Senator Paddock has resign ed his position on the Utah Commis sion. Tne will of the late ex-president C. A. Arthur has been admitted to probate. Jcdge Sage, at Columbus, O., the other day dismissed the Bell tele phone suit without prejudice. TnE Western Nail association, in session, at Cincinnati, advanced the price of nails last week to $2.40. M. R. McGuinE, chief of police at Albuquerque, wbo was shot by Chas. Jt066 two weeks ago, died from ms wound. President Cleveland has ap pointed Arthur I. Thomas, of Penn sylvania, to be a member of the Utah Commission. The Colorado Telephone Co., have established exchanges at Canon City, Florence, Coal Creek, Rockval and Beaver Creek. The business portion of the village of Attica, Ohio, was destroyed by Are .the other afternoon. The loss will reach $150,000. Pbesidest Cl...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 15 December 1886

- .a i-h . - r- K? k: v (ffum&uspaurnal WEDNESDAY DEC. 15, 1SS5. A. & N. TIMETABLE. Freight. 1 :."0 p. m. 2::55 " .5:-20 " i:0 " 8:3) " Jjcavcfi Columbus.. .S:10 a. in Bellwood...S::!5 " David CItv !:00 " " Seward. .'..10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln 11:25 " Tlie passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. in., aud arrives at Columbus 7:00 v. in; tbe freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., and arrived at Columbus at 1 p. m. Silk muffler at Kramer's. --Follow the crowd to "Fitzs'." Slight snow Sunday morning. Organs I Call at A. & M. Turner's. Useful holiday gift at Kramer's. Will. Compton ha gone to Den ver. II. M. Wiuslow is ca?t purchasing cattle. Hoarich insures horC3 and cattle. G-.1J.2t Men's heavy overcoats only $2 00 at Kramer's. 8-'M-2i Heurich ha none but fire-tested companies. Danco Christmas uight at tlio Opera House. W. II. Head is down sick at the Ulothcr House. Great handkerchief sale at Kra mer's this week. Injure. Ileurieh represents the Lest companies. Men's bootr) at .l....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 15 December 1886

& X-l & 5arr" ! Ii2 j 1 I JF i 1 I 'Sirs 1? f! jtt m ni ' H t-" Lrte- - An Amtania Nijght. What mellow radiance wraps the slumbering world, Soothinjr its iiarshncES with benignant band! .Against a lustrous amber background stand Black-bordered learcs and branches loosely swirled; Id flushed or citriuc-linted heaps close-curled The apples rest: the orange pumpkins To cumbrous sheep: and on the spreading fleld The tasseled tents of ripened corn are furled. KlUBlve spirits flutter everywhere 'Mid moist brown leaves, and all the tb por ous air Is filled with whispering in an unkuown .tongue. Yet not unknown; Tny praise is every sound. The teeming- earth Thine altar is, fruit crowned, . The moon a golden censer near it swung. Kate E. Clark, iu Brooklyn Magazine. i Iforue. Sweet word that spans all space, that knows no bound, Yet dwells In narrowest compass: welcome world! Dear type of peace though sheltered by the sword: Mid Saxon-speaking- racs only found. Our earliest recollect...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 22 December 1886

&--" . THE JOURNAL. ISSUED IVIRY WEDNESDAY, KATES OP AatYEKTIMllC: EsTBmsinsssaBd profession a Icards of sWelinesor less.per annum, fits dollars. K7Tor timeadTertisnisBts,app j atthiaoflce. EBTiagal advertisements at statute rates. )Si For transient advertising, see rates on third page. J3TA11 advertisements payable monthly. M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietor ad Publiitert. 'OFFICE, Eleventh St., n tafri in Journal Building. TERMS: Per year..... .....- BIx months Three months Single copies . . ftv 3 VOL. XVI I. --N0. 85. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1886. WHOLE NO. 867. K r - J ' COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLXTJCBUB, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIttECTOKS: LeaNDER GZKItAHD, JVcs'i. Geo. W. Hulst, Fjcc 'res'. Julius A. Heed. It. II. Henry. J. E. Task ru, Oashicr. Cellectloa irmi:ly Made om all PelMtM. Pay Utcrext oa 'rime IIo- COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. CnpituI Stock, $100,000 OFKICKK"5: A. ANPKrtSON, l'ltES'T. O. V. Siiei.ikn, Vice Pkks't. O. T. UOE....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 22 December 1886

?-ri-MA- a ? & m u Cttimicsfwrttnl WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 18S6. Xatsriitt tit PwtoBei, Colurtts.Kst., u steal cUm suttsr. Ik Minnesota vast tracts of Indian lands have been ceded to the United States. Hog cholera is depopulating the farmers' pens around Weeping Water. At Fremont a butter and egg company has been successfully or ganized. The Chicago and St.Louis road was bought for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. A new $15,000 bridge will span the Platte river near Overton, in Daw Hon county. Thomas B. Connery, formerly of the New York Herald, Is spoken of for the Turkish mission. Forty-two men were drowned by the collision of the ocean steamers Keilawarra and Helen Nicholl. Frank Rummel was bound over at Hastings as the supposed incen diary of the high school building. President Cleveland has nomi nated Preston H. Leslie, of Ken tucky, to be govenor of Montana territory. Judge Wakely has decided that the city council of Omaha had no legal power to suspend Mayor Chase from his ...

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 December 1886

;) Colem&usfonmal, WEDNESDAY DEC.2, I88G. A.&X.TIMHTAULE. Pa.. Freight. Leaves Columbus... 8:10 a. in. 1 :" p. m. Bellwood. .H'.IX " '2:X " ' David Citv 9:00 " 3:20 " Seward... "..10:10 " C:(H) " Arrives at Lincoln. . 11:25 " 8:30 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. in., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. in: the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. in., aud arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. Splendid winter weather. Silk mufflers at Kramer's. Next Saturday ifl X-mas day. Follow the crowd to "Fifr.&'." Organs I Call at A. & M. Turner's. Useful holiday gifts at Kraraor's. Arthur (tray is vlsitlug friends iu Illinois. Yesterday was the shortest day of the year. Men's heavy overcoat only $2.00 at Kramer's. 8-34-2t Ed. Boggs of Duncan was in the city Tuesday. Dauce. Christmas night at the Opera House. Frank North came home from Omaha Sunday. Miss Canavan was a Beat: ice vis itor last Sunday. Great handkerchief sale at Kra mer's this week. Men's hoots at $1.50 n pnir t Friediiof...

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

-W-iv 'fjft-'C Iff f W" h I f Iv. fi r 3' n ? ff ! I : Int. m I'JTH 31 ' B i 3 i ;-r --. r A Ksuve. A mine, a simple nurse; to the unthinking Only a nurse, and nothing but a name; A patient woman in her round of duty, firing-and dying all unknown to fame. Only a nurse, a messenger of mercy. An Angel sent into our suffering race. With quiet step and tender hand of healing, Dlvinest pity on her gentle face. When all the world lies wrapt in quiet slum ber, flare the poor sufferer moaning on his bed, Whose watchful eye wiih Christian lore keeps vigil Through the long night with silent, softened tread. Only a nurse, in duty all unshrinking: Before such fcenca man's stouter heart would quail; See there 1 Tuat sweet, fair girl in sorest trial Is at her pest, nor will her courage fail. The ferer wo but terrowtruck encounter. Or fly before with selfish, coward dread; White nurse and doctor hasten to the rescue And stand unflinching by the stricken bed. Hark.! That weird bell an accident at m...

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 December 1886

THE JOURNAL. (! u I urn iaSCKl KVEKY KIM PAY, ronr;.etor ar Jcblisl ex. jfOlFlVK.Ue:itt, M- vj statist iu Jvart.ai huildin-j. teuhj: .93 e)0 ( U5 I'eryear Six months Three months Single copies COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, $75,000 DIRECTORS: LtAHDEK GbKRABD, Pres'i. Geo. W. IIulbt, Vice Pratt. Julius A. Reeo. R. H. Henry. J. E.Taskeh, Cashier. gaalc at Depealt. Dlaeamms am ExckaaK Cfelleofttoas Promptly Made II Palmes. lmy ImtereKt ob Tim Iepee II,. 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, 100,000 OFFICER: . ASDKRSON. I'KEa'T. O. W. Sheldon, Vice PitE-Vr. O. T. ItOEK, TltKAS. Uoiikki I'liMO, Sec. yyWHl receive time deposits, from $1.00 and any amount upwards, and will pay the customary rate of interent. fqg-VTe particularly draw your atten tlon to our facilities for making loaus on real estate, at the lowest rate of interest. larCity, School and County Honda, and Individual securities are bought. lUjuue'80-y FOR TIIE CALL OX A.&M.TU...

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. — 29 December 1886

Sv- - .- v .w - --- '-3 "4v-. "------ i 4 13 ; '; i ' I r :.t u ( ! o ti w lil ' I M- '5 III J Vi -K tttMtitisftitrRst, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, 1. XxtoTtl tt Ui PsrioSci, Cclsmfcu.Krt.. u ttecal It a&ttir. The tenure of .office act has been repealed by the senate. The House in an evening's session pined eighteen pension bills. The senate has passed the bill for theretirement of tradejdoilars. A Haddock memorial building to cost $500,000 is to be erected at Sioux city. t . It is stated that a dangerous coun terfeit dollar is in chculation in New York. Neakly 800,000 in gold have been shippedlfrom England to Am erica. The resignation of Lord Randolph is announced from the British cabinet. The House hasjpassed a bill for the allotment of lands in severalty to In dians. . The Chinese mission haB been raised tCnrst-class.with a- salary of $17,500. Plays for the Washington mon ument, at Washington, have been completed. The senate and house committee on the electoral count bills have come ...

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. — 29 December 1886

- f . "?2a -iw.. thmbusfourn!, WEDNESDAY DEC.29, 1SS6. A. & X. TIME TABLE. rasa. Leaves ColumbuB...8:10a. m. " Bellwood...8:35 " " David City .9:00 " " Seward 10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln. .11:25 " Freight. 1:."0 p. m. 233 " 3:20 " 6:00 " 8:30 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at3:.M p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at (J a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. in. Follow the crowd to "FitzeV Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turner's. Judge Post was at Seward last week. G. It. Krause visited David City last week. Judge Sullivan was in Omaha last week. O. L. Baker visited in Omaha last week. There is talk of a Boheiman paper at Schnylar. Men's boots at $1.50 a pair at Friedhof&Co'e. 8 24-If New carpet and oil cloth, at Friedhof & Co'e. Best paints at ruiuous prices, Co lumbus Lumber Co. 50-2-tf W- B. Doddridge was in town for a short time lat week. Mrs. Will Uagol is visiting friends in Polk county. School books, blank books, E. D. Fitzpatrick, 1...

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. — 29 December 1886

A' rJ i 3 f i4 ! L ; M f 1 IF fc. J t j . li c ;; r V if JL Talk with Vm There are some things in the last letter of your Denver correspondent, thattfe well worth the thoughtful otiMlteation of farmers. ." 3ffifMmPortapt perhaps is, that '''IC'Mr onr intere8'8 looked a'- ft-tAraCMst look after them our- VrVi 5-.JBB8iDeB8 men nor politicians ! - Nebraska is now only an agricul tural state, bnt I, expect to live to see the day whenit will take its place as the foremost" agricultural slate in the Union. Our geographical location, our climate, our soil and not least t:e character of the prominent settlers in our rural districts, I think, ful jietify of such expectations. But this most honorable place is to be gained only by our own Intelligent effort. Most of us have been kept i hard work sinco we commenced on the virgin prairies, while those in other occupations have made uee of combined effort to the advantage of thoir several interests. We have confined ourselves too closely to o n i...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 January 1887

;- -.J Vsf J V3T--' . .- THE JOURNAL. BATES OP ATEBTINIII- 0 iilumbu QTBusinessand profsssionalcard of 1t11bs or lsas.per aaaraaa, lv dollars. Error time advertisements, app'y attkiaoflcs. KdTLvgal advertisements at statate rates. Error transient advertising, see rates on tkirdpage. 17A11 advertisements payable monthly. ISSUED EVERY WETlNKbDAY, M.-K. TURNER & CO., Proprietors and Publisher! . J3TOFFICE, Eleventh St., up stai "k Journal Building. terms: mm P.rror VOL. XVI I. -NO; 37. Six months Three months . . Siagle copies... COLUMBUS. NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 5, 1887. & S WHOLE NO. 869. Ej- Ike S(ltttitlL jL If, v- f"- 1 (N 'V ' . i fc - F F " v V t i- it COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 " DIRECTORS: Lkixder Gerhard, Pres'i. Geo. W. IIulst, Vice Preset. Julius A. Reed. R. II. Henry. J.E. Task eh; Cashier. -BmIc f Deposit lMConn( aa ExckanRe. CallectloaPronapity" Mado II Palatti. Par Eaterrt oa Titur I!o- It. . COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TR...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 January 1887

s s . sat Sf 4fitatafannt, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5. 1?7. txUielit tfci PesteSei, Calcmtst.Hifc., i::ti CUM aatUr. Words that never die ''Shut that door." Wild cats are reported- to be num erous in the vicinity of Wiener. It is very proper that the man who breaks the law should be compelled to keep the piece. The New York bank statement of last week 6hows that they now hold $7,232,090 in excess of legal require ments. Ex-Sexator Cosklixg attended the funeral of Senator Logan. It is 6aid to be the first time he has en tered the senate chamber since he re signed. A mad dog appeared the other day on the streets of Oxford, Neb., and bit two dogs and snapped at two men. After an exciting chase of over a mile the dog waB killed. The postoffice at Dunbar, Neb., waB entered the other night by thieves, but Mrs. Hurd, the poBl mis trees, had taken the money and stamps home and the burglar failed to make a raise. It is said a hungry dog raided the Hillside poultry yard at Norfolk and feested on nine ...

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