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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 January 1887

.----,; r t IN h s f I V if . . - tfnmtusyautnal, WEDNESDAY JAS..'), 1887. '-'.-' A. &N-TIME TABLE. Pass. Leaves Columbus,. .8:10 a. m. Bellwood...&:35 " " David City 9:00 " " Seward. . 10:10 " Arrives at Lincoln .11:35 " Freight. 1 :50 p. ni. 2:35 " J.OA 6:00 8:30 The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. la., and arrives at Coluuibus 7:00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. in., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. W. H. Head is improving. Follow the crowd to "FilzsV Money on real estate. Henrich. A pretty severe snap of weather. Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turner's. Money on town property. Hen rich. 24 below zero Saturday morn ing early. Men's boots at $1.50 pair at Friedhof &Co'e.. 8 24-tf New carpet and oil cloth, at Friedhof & Co's. Judge HIggins was in town Sun day and Monday. Clothing! Clothing! Buy your clothing at Kimer't. . 37-2 1 --School books, blank books, E. D. Fitzpatrick, I3th street. 2-l(5tf We are stilj gelling $2 00 over coats. C. & L Kramer...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 5 January 1887

A JMUULIAlVr CAMEEK. Sketch f the Buy sLIfe f the llstiBSIhefl SelAIer. However men may differ as to the calibre of John A. Logan's states manship, no one will deny that he was one of the most remarkable men in public life, with a remarkable career behind him and a remarkable bold upon the masses of people. Logan was developed by the war. The cavalry bugler eouuded the fcey ' note of his character, and in an at mosphere of dust and powder he grew great. A country lawyer, who found his highest ambition in stirring the languid blood of the criminal jury, sprang suddenly to the head of an army, without previous military education, by the mere force of his courage and his martial instincts. He was the representative of the loyal millions, the beau ideal of the volunteer soldier, and as such fu his tory will he livo. The story that he has Italian blood in hJ8 veins is a myth, founded upon the color of his skin and hair, and Is totally untrue. His father was a physician, John Logan by nam...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 January 1887

o if it ' . k k. K ? THE JOURNAL. I3SUEI EVERY WESEM)AY. M-. K. TURNEK So CO., Proprietors and PublisfceiB. SSrOFFlCEt.leve:it.'t sr., ; stair m Journal BuiWng. terms: .f00 Perycar Six mouths . Three months Single copies. 1 ! .so i OS ' COLUMBUS STATE BANKS ' COLTTSIBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leavoeh Gewsaki, Pi-cs'U Geo. W. IJut.st, Vice P res' I. JULtCS'A. Reei. R. H. I1F.N-ICT. J. E. Tasiceu, Cashier. Bank of Deposit. 5!connt id Exchange. Cell-scSlons Promptly 3I:tdc on ill Point. ly Interit on Tim Soiok- If. COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Cttpitnl Siock, $100,000. OFFICER: A. Ahokkson. Pitnr r. O. W. Siiki.dux, Vice IMtni'T. O. T..KOE.TliKS. RonBRT rni.ir., Sec. STW1I1 receive thu-i deposits, from ?1.00 and any amount upwards, anil will pay the custoui'iry rate oi" intereit. S2BWe particularly draw your att'n tlon to oar ficil.ties for makmi; lo.ui on real eitut, at the low-st rate of interest. JQTCiiy, School anil County HomU. and Individual ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 January 1887

fttattasfeftttttl WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12, 1887. Xstiriiat tko Fextefiee, CelKatu.Het. tixm aUtttr. . i: iiecti Gen. O'Brien of Omaha is dead. The Nebraska National Guards number now 578 men. During December last, the nation al debt was reduced $9,100,000. Ax earthquake occurred the other day at Page, Texas. No damage re ported. The Adams Express Co., lack $ 13, 000 of the full amount stolen by robbers. Asa Gbiggs, "a newsboy" of Nash ville, Minn., is said to be eighty years old. Mbs. Gen. McClellan, it is said, has realized $10,000 from the sale of her late husband's book. Charleston was again 6haken op by earthquake shock the other morn ing. No injury reported. Late news from Vienna states that Austrian Jews are being expelled by the wholesale from Odessa and Wo locuska. The signal service for the past week or two have made very correct predictions of the approaching weather. Twenty-eight of the thirty-nine counties of Washington Territory have elected women as school tuper intendents....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 January 1887

esf? ? r 4frimitafbannl, WEDNESDAY JAN. 12, lfcST. A. AS. TIME TABLE. Pas-. Freight. Leases Columbus. 8:10 a.m. 1:50 p. m. '" Bellwood .8:35 -' t!:.' ' " David Citv.ihOO " 0:20 " - ." Seward... 10:10 6:00 " 2 rrives at Lincoln 11:35" S:W) The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. n., :tid arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. in; the 'reight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. m., and ayives it Columbus at 1 p. m. 3ridge election next Tuesday. Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turner's. Money on chattel pecuruy. llcn- Hch. - insurance at living iRtos Hen- rich. Read the bridge proposition aud vote yes. Saml. Wieo is up troni Atchison vis-ting bis folks. Men'e boots at $1.50 a pair at Friedhof &Co'a. S 24-tf New carpet and oil cloth, at Friedbol & Go's. Mrs. Win. Taj lor whs on the tick list last week. Pearl Bouusteel is visiting young friends iu the ciiy. lijnrich has large calendars. Call "and get oue. Free. Clo'hiug! Clothing! Huy your clothing at Krauicr'r. o7-2t We are still t-liiujr $2 00 over coats...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 12 January 1887

The Story of Two Old People. Once tie was twenty and h only ten, Sbe was a child, be scareely in Lis primo; Youth seemed eo long-, nnd ago so distant And noon came not, as now, ere morning time. But later on, they chanced apnin to meet. And ho was thirty and she twenty now: "Why, be is old, ' exclaimed tbe maiden And passed with careless heart and cloud- J . leas brow. ' Ten years (a wenry round) roll on again. Whoso days and weeks, so like each other, That;ien they meet, 'lis ho. with sudden Who cries. In turn, "Why, she is old, alas 1" But often on those tender April eyes. When hearts beat time to hidden melodies, "Why was I never loved?" ho asks and grieves, , "Why did I never lover' she asks and sighs. And now. opprest with vain regret, they say, Aa years wear on in ever-deepening gloom; "Children, enjoy the sunshine, wtollo you And pluck the flower in its morning bloom." Alex. Hayes in Argosy. Tbe Old Maid. The old maid sits In bor chair and she rocks. While crooning a plaint o...

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. — 19 January 1887

V" , - a'ulumbtt") THE JOURNAL. AfiM or AbfKKllsnc ETBvaiaaaa aad profMaioaalcaxds of fivlina or 1m, par ajuuua, five dollaxa. tat For tiata adrerUaeaaenta, apply attaiaoflce. aaTXegal adTartlaesBeata at atatata rates. OTTor tranatent adTerUalag, aee rateeon third page. ISSUED IVXBT VTKDKESDAY, M. K. TURISTER & CO.. Proprietor and Publieheri . I F OFFICE Eleventh St., vp stairs in Journal Building. terms: Peryear ,.- "Six mouths Three months Singlecoples VOL. XVII. -NO. 39. . COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 19, 1887. WHOLE NO. 871. 17A11 adTertieeaseata payable 3 IMIJ. . i 'J . mm f i l V s J? K hj 3 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! . , COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75.00 DIRECTORS: Lsandeb Gekkard, Prcs'l. Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Pres't. Julius A. Reed. R. II. Henuv. J. E. Taskeh, Cashier. Baak of Deposit, UIhcombi 4 Exchange. Collection Promplly 5Bde on all Point. "Pay Interest oi Time ttepox- COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, SI 00,00). OFFICERS: ', A. Anik...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 January 1887

; :; V ftgttt$tttrnl WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1887. Xsitroiii tfc fesisSei, Colstsi.8rt. elut aatter. u tieoal The bank clearings in Omaha last Friday were $846,127,42. W. M. Stewart haa been elected United States Senator by the Nevada legislature. Gen. Hazkn, chief of me Signal service, died Sunday at Washington City, after a abort illness. Kilby B. Ice, of Pennfield, 111., it one more Tiffin victim, added to, the Baltimore & Ohio railroad wreck. John Fitzpatrick, president of the Irish National League of America, has contributed $1,000 to the Logan fund. . It is claimed that the circumstad cial evidence is strong against Bell and Hoffman as the Missouri Pacific train wreckers. Sevator Campbeli. of Sarpy rnnntv member of the Nebraska legislature, is reported at home sick with typhoid fever. President Cleveland has grant ed a respite until April 8, '87, to Patrick McCarty, who was to be hanged Jan. 14, at Fort Smith, Ark. Four hundred coal miners at the coal mines of Waters & Fer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 January 1887

f fr 0- . ii i ) r h t r tnote fatten! WEDNEfDAY JAN. 19, 18S7. A. &N. TIME TABLE. Pass. Freight. Leaves Columbus.. .8:10 a. m. 1:50 p.m. ' Bellwood. .8:05 " 2:35 " " Oavid Citv 9:09 " 3:20 " . Seward. .. 10:10 " C:00 ' Arrives at Lincoln 11:25" 8:30 " Tbe passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus TOO p. m: tbe freight leaves Lincoln at a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. - II enrich buys notes. -iTbe Journal office for job work. -IuBure your heme with Henricb. Organs 1 Call at A. & M. Turner's. Joe Tiffany ws at Genoa last week. Men's boots at '$1.50 a pair at Friedhof & Co's. 8 24-tf New carpet ard oij cloth, at Friedhof & Co'fe. Mrs. E. Becher is an Omaha visitor this week. Prof. EJ. Moncrief of Genoa was in town Saturday. Miss Jda Meagher taught in Miss Canavan'a room Monday. Arbuckle's coffee at Murdock & Covert's at 20 cents a pound. Go to Ilonahan's fo- custom work, only firpt-claes shop in town. 2 37-4t "Valentines Ugly, horrib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 19 January 1887

tttsfOtntt. In this department the people talk, , and not the editor. Each writer must hold himself ready to defend his principles SnThis statements of facts. "In the mul titude of counsel there is vrisdom."-ED. JOCBNAL.1 Mb. Editor : I wiah you and all your readers a happy New Year Private correspondence keeps pour ing in on me requesting me not to fail to keep up my communications lor the Platte county newspapers Dear friends, let me say to you, I will do the best I can, but I tuv to devote some of my time to business taking Turkish baths, aud atteuding i-burch. Besides my partner, Gen Sampson, recently lost his wife, a tood and. noble a woman as ever trod the earth, and owing to this misfor tune extra duties may be imposed on the writer. Friend M. K. Turner will bear iu mind, that while he was stopping in this city, one of our daily piper Mated that it was his (M. K's.) opinion, that Van Wyck is liable to be "caucused" out of the Nebraska Senatorship. Djubtless dirty poli- icians...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 January 1887

-f , IN, M : V g ,:THE JOURNAL. ISSOEP KVCBY WEDSKSIUY, M. K. TURNER & CO., Proprietor! and Publishers. & OFFICE -Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. tbiims: .ISM 1 S Peryear Six mouths . . . x Three months Single eople COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUHBTJS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75.00v) DIRECTORS: Lkandek Gkbkard, Pra'i. Gko. W. Uulst, Vice PresH. Julius A. Keed. R. II. Henry. J. E. Task ei, Cashier. Jamie of Oepoil, ItiMConmt and ExchaaKe. Collection Hroinplly Made on all Point. Pay latere I on Time lcpw It. COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Cbpitnl Slock, SI 00,000. OFFICERS: A. Anderson. I'kkVp. O. W. SlIKI.OON, VlCK I'KKs'T. O. T. liOKN, TlEKAtS. ItOltKlU' IT 111.10, SKC. J5JWill recchi time deports, from $1.00 aud any amount upwards, and will pay the customary rate of interest. 137 We particularly draw your atten t'on to our facilities for making loans on leal estate, at the lowest rate of interest. JGJCity, School and County Bonds, ai.it individual se...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 January 1887

k V R V v ftttotefHUt!, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26, 1J-S7. lateral at tls r:st:2:e, Cctestrs.SJek.. asiscni cUn niiiir. It was the caucus, first to last, that defeated Van Wyck. Bos. S. S. Cox was reported quite ill at Washington last week. It is said that the Union Pacific railroad has 16,430 employes. ' Omaha, and Kearney it is said are to have telephone connections. News from Vienna states that the government continues to hasten its preparations for war. "Word comes from Berlin that Mr. Pendleton, United States Minister to Germany, started for home last week. The people should be allowed, not merely to express their preference, but to elect their United States Sen ator. The comptroller of the currency at Washington has authorized the First National Bank of Beaver City, Neb., to begin business with a capital of . $50,000. C. B. Bdck and his eon Herman, of Sturges, Mich., and a Mr. Davis, at whose house they wero stopping, were lost in a blizzard last week in Dakota. " It is claimed now by...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 January 1887

l M ' II? li lt VEDNK?OAY -JAN. SO, 18b7. A. AX. TIME TABLE. Pas. Frciyht. Leaves Columbus. .8:10 a.m. 1:50 p.m. ' Bellwood .S:3." " J::K " " David City 9:00 " 3:20 " Seward. . 10:10 " :) " Arrives at Lincoln .11:25 " S:30 The passenger leaves Lincoln at3:." p. u.f and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. in: the freight leaves Lincoln atOa. ni,, and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. House to renl ; trquire of George Heitkempcr. 40"tf Benricb buys notes. Tbe Jouknal office, for job work. Insure your borne with Henrich. Win. Ryan of O'Neill is in town. Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turner's. Court in session, lull proceeding next week. The choicest of dried fruits at J. & A. Heitkemper's. Men's bootB at $1.50 a pair at Friedhof & CoV. 8 24-tf New carpet ami oil cioth, at Friedhof & Co's. Billy Deneen of Shell Creek was in town Saturday. Choice cranberries 10a a quart at Herman Oehlrich's. -10-tf Arbuckle's coffee at Murdock & Coverl'a at 20 cents a pound. Go to llouahan's for cust...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 26 January 1887

i M fcl ; i; IR I- L; i; t i - it Y: I N My Old Iiovc I saw a face in the Btrects to-night That brought up the buried years The face of ibe woman I might have wea And it filled my heart with tears: For she loved mo well, and 1 loved her, too. But a shadow fell o'er our way; And I linked my fate with someone else. And she is- my wile to-aay. few regrets T-nnir vpnrs have oassed. and but Have linjrerea iniuuu uij , For the wife I have wed is gooi and true. And acts a womanly part. I daro not think 1 had happier been With the sweet flret-love of my youth. For she I have wed is a treasure of grace. And has served me with love and truth. But the face that I saw in the streetsto-nlght In my soul such dreams have stirred That I shrink before my wire's kind gaxe. And am stung by each tender word; And the children who troop around my knee, And deem me so good and wise. Little reck of the thoughts that trouble me Or the tears that bedim my eyes. Were my old love wol, well, then, perhaps. All ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 February 1887

r-tj THE JOURNAL. BATES sTEMTimifC; ?J f IjJUE1 EVERY WEDNESDAY, .ji." K. TtJRNEE & CO., Proprietors and Publiiheri . ,- arOFFICEeteuth At., W& iu Journal Building- TKKSId: Peryear Qix mouths ... sm Three months . Single copies... vs COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HE3. CASE CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Lkaxdeb Geeeakd, Pres'i. Geo. "W. Hulst, Vice rres't. Julius A. Reed. R. II. Henky. J. E. Task eh, Cashier. Bamk of lftcpotit, lIncoaa d CxchaRSc. Collection I'romptl' Made on all Point. Pay lairrevt on Time I5ei- COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, S 100,000. OFFICERS: A. Anm:kmn. Pkes'i-. O. W. SlIKI.HOX, "ICK 1'KKs'T. o. T. Uokx, Tkkas. KlIHKUT I'll I. Mi, SKC. J3JVill reoehc time tltjio-it-.. lrom $1.00 aud any ainoiiiit upward-, and will lay the customary late of intt-re-t. TPJTWv particularly draw your atti-n- ' tiou to our facilities for making loaiii on real est:tc, at the lowest rate of interest. JST'Mty. School and Comity Bond, ai d indiv...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 February 1887

, i - J i' i fc l; ft i ttuMlMsfimcMat, WEDNESDAY, FEB.2. 1887. Xstmaat til Pcrtcfice, Celsatu.Hrt.. uiteesl eU tittir. Hon. J. J. Sullivan ban introduc ed an act to provide for the salary of the clerka of the district court, their deputies and assistants. The Albion News claims that Representative John Peters was the acknowledged leader of the anti Van Wyck Republicans at Lincoln; H. P. Metoalf, of Denver, was arrested the other day at Norwick, Conn., charged with raising a gov ernment pension check from $18 to. $128. The boiler in the Harver paper mill at Wellsburg, W. Va., exploded the other day, killing John and ThoB. Nelson and severely injuring John Parrisb. News received in London from Penische, Spain, says that the steam er Brantford from New York to Malta, has been loBt with all on board, except one. It is stated on good authority that the German Prince of Lichtenstein, the proprietor of immense estates in Germany, Bavaria, Austria and Switzerland, is the richest man in the...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 February 1887

UP 'V . " r. c. J C 3 " E' r t , tnmbusfouenat WEDNESDAY FEB. 2, 1887. . A- & X. TIME TABLE. m 1'ass. Freight. Leaves Columbus... 8:10 a. m. 1:.'i0 p. m. Bellwood ..8:35 " 2:35 " David City .9:00 " 3:20 Seward. .. 10:10 " 6:00 3 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 ata. m and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m. House to rent ; enquire of George Ueitkempcr. 40-tf Insure your home with Ilenrich. The Joubkal office for job work. Orgaus ! Call at A. & M. Turner's. A blizzard at Sioux City Satur day. Removal Bale this week at Kramer's. Fresh caudies every week at I. Sibberneeo. Dr. F. Schug went to Lincoln yesterday. The choicest of dried fruits at .J..t A. fleitkemper's. Men's boots at $1.50 a pair at Fricdhof & Co'a. 8 24-tf M. J. Feenan of Omaha was in the city Monday. New carpet and oil cloth, at Friedhof & Co's. Carl Kramer was a vi-itor at Genoa Thursday. Gen. A. J. Sa...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 2 February 1887

I 3 ' 6 . O - ,' f Dec. 24 1886. Dkab Journal: "Your Uncle hu been sojourning in this vicinity for some wee Its, and, while lhave examined these premises rather carefully, I have not fully decided to purchase the outfit. There are quite a good many things in the general make-up of Omaha, that would pay to invest in, even now at advanced rates, while there are other commodities that w6uld bank rupt anyone.though obtained gralituously with a chromo or two thrown in. Yet ihis is a great city, great in probabilities ana much greater in possibilities, whose out.posts reach far out into the surround ing country. These points are so many promising annexes in the near or distant future. Already these outburgs are loom ing into Importance, furnishing Blow ing opportunities for the ambitious of limited means to become owners or homes and city 19 foreshadowing the future by the past. Extravagant hopes are en tertained, making toil and labor a pleas ure to them, and economy the rule of their da...

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. — 9 February 1887

BATES OP AEIITnG ETBusineasand professions lcarda of flvelineaor lsa,pr annua., & dollars. V For tiass adTSrussasats, apply atthlsoslcs. ETCiSgal advertisements at statute rates. tarFor transient advertising its rates on third page. ETAll advertisements payable monthly. ISSUKD KVKRY WKDSKSDAY, M. K- TURNER & CO., Proprietor s and Publiihen. pr OFFICE. Eleventh .St., vp stain in Journal Building. i - terms: Peryear Six months ... Three months , Single copies.. VOL. XVI I. -NO. 42. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1887. WHOLE NO. 874. 5 THE JOURNAL. ita ionpt -) -. .' ' . r x S 5 El r i COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75.0C0 DIRECTORS: Leandeb Gerhard, P res' I. Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Pres't. Julius A. Reed. It. II. Henry. J. E. Taskeji, Cashier. Baik of Deposit, Dlsceaat a,ad ExchanKC Collection Promptly Made om mil Point. Pay latere! oa Time Depos it 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, $100,000. OFFICERS: A. Animck&...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 9 February 1887

?. r l I; IB 1 J s n i V fflnmlnsfeHtnii!, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 1887. Xstttei&t tti Pertefici, Cotatai.Krt-. uncaft eUa ssUir. ... it.:, oiintor is lPRrtine a NEBRASKA mie "- i . v f rvlnr.ln and Wyom- I large number of Colorado ana nyuui ing cattle. Prof. Hughes says that a silk rib bon is a better lightning conductor than a metalic rod. A monument for Gen. Logan has been provided for by a bill passed by the Illinois legislature. President Cleveland has accept ed by telegraph the resignation of Gov. Pierce of Dakota. On the thirty-first ballot by the Texas legislature Reagan was elected United States Senator. It is stated that it takes 2,500 head - of fat cattle daily to feed the citizens of New York and Brooklyn. A new steel furnace is being put np at Pittsburg, which will melt twenty tons of steel at one heat. If the winter is no worse than it has been, Colorado will enter the summer of '87 with 3,000,000 head of sheep. The Nebraska state senate has con firmed the appointment o...

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