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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 March 1887

dfumfeusffauetwl hlh-IAY 31 ARC B 16, 18S7. 4t-'J. -2 . a. a x. timetable:. Pas-.. Freight. I. i iiiiiiliu. 8:10 a.m. 1:50 1). tn. ' ., .1.. .,.! H."-, -!-. s,anl. 10:10 B:i " LrB it Liifoln llrri 8:30 I mm lmaYftC 1 ltllll -it V"i .1 Jl(l arj .....-.. -!.. ., ifrfi'Dl leaves riiuciuu i u a. m aun e,i Columbus at 1 p. in. eW jjoous ai i.ranier a. "" T- f The Loup will be epauned. The Supervisors are in session. The Journal office for job work. 0rnue ! Call at A. & M. Turner's. Cows at Krauee's sale brought to?iO. .The ice went out of the Loup Friday. A. Henry of Omaha was in the Sunday. Sew gocdain every department iiraiuer's. Bauker Green o: Genoa hpeut ,iliy in the city. .Choice cranberries 10c a quart at raan Oehlrich's. 40-tf There are several cases ot rletiua in the city. New goods at Kramer's. .Rev. J. A. Heed arrived in the jy-Tuesday of last week. Miss Ella Luth started for Cal- uaia yesterday morning. A? usual, Kramers are the first the lield with new goods. The best of...

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. — 16 March 1887

Seectaer. Henry Ward Beecber was born a. Litchfield, Conn., June 24, 1813. He was a son of Dr. Lyman Beecber, an mlaent di vine and a man of very energetic character. At an early age he had a strong predilection for n eafariag life, which, however, be re nounced in consequence of a deep religions impression which he ex perienced daring a revival. Having graduated at Amherst college in 1831, . be devoted himself to the study theology at Lane seminary under the tuition of his father, who was th.-n president of that institution. In 1817 he became pastor of the Plymou'h (Congregational) chnrch in Brooklyn, which position he filled up to the time of his death. There it was th u bis genial and original eloquence at tracted the largest congregations iu the United States. He was editor of the New York Independent front 1861 to 1863, when he visited Euro, for the benefit of his health. His earnest addresses to large audiences on the subject of the war ot the re bellion bad a large influence ...

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. — 23 March 1887

r-'-TTii -;-.-- -..-, ,-, -. T- -n-.au 1 iTMlmiiirn-ii f r T - "" - (!"lumlvuj THE JOURNAL. MATES OP AMYISMTISINC; EETBusinessand professions Icarda of five lines or less, par annum, five doUars. EfT For time advertisements, apply at this office. , 7Legal advertisements at statute rates. S3' For transient advertising, sea rates on third page. E7A11 advertisements payable monthly. ruc Stotttnal ISSUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. Tv. TURNEfe to CO., Proprietors and Publishers . X3T OFFICE. Eleventh .St.. up stairs o in Journal Uuilding. terms: Peryear 22 Sixmeuth- ira Three months -jiuglecoples COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. -CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 VOL. XVII. -NO. 48. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. MABCH 28, 1887. . WHOLE NO. 880 f Hi 3 M S ! iy.' -. n ! 4 ? V ' -hi Kb . I i V If? A1 tf, f r- it: !' 'i V i J h & rr s '? j r. DIRECTOR.-': LkAXDFR Gekuautv, Fres'i. Geo. W. Holst, Vice Pres't. Julius A. Uekd. R. H. Hevky. J. E. Vaskku, Cashier. Baak of Deposit, IMmoohbi K-d fctcliaiif-;. -...

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. — 23 March 1887

ftMifttttmt, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1SS7. XsUrtiat it Pottofict. Cslnmfca.Srt.. Miieatd Cm tt. "W. F- Codt has aleo been ap- j. nmmiopinner of Nebraska to the American Exhibition in London. Ex-Secbetabv Manning, wife and Aanirhter, Bailed for Europe on the morning of hie health. the 15th. He goes for Th saloon and dwelling of V. Janea and barn of Frank Hairlih, of "Wahoo, Neb., were burned early one morning last week. The barn of W. Griffiny, of Table Rock, Neb., was net on fire the other night by the explosion of a lamp, and burned to the ground. A revised list of the injured in the railroad accident at Boston the other day shows that 24 persons were killed and 114 eeverely wounded. Geneva, Neb., is enthusiastic over a telegram stating that the North western railroad is a certainty. Grad ing commences immediately. W. G. Prosseb, a switchman in the St. Joe & Grand Island yards at Hastings, Neb., the other evening was run over and killed by. the cars. TnE new fast mail train from N...

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. — 23 March 1887

MMM1MMNMMM n 1 in w I J - -'-""" V I y V rtV V ffi I H !l- u. T s4" -I 1 KR . MP mz $ I . I M . .' 1 V tf r- t " R K I3- il. ? t .. It.- X-. J- m i 4atumfcusffoun!8t, V. EDNE-DAY 3IARCI1 2.1, lfe7. A.&S. TIM ETA RLE. Pas-. 'Leaves Columbus. .8:10 a.m. He.lwood 8:3." " Dawd City !. ' Seward. 10:10 " 'An Ives at Lincoln ll:2"i " Freight. 1:5 p. m. 2:.15 " .1:20 :W 8:30 The pat-diger leaves Lincoln at. '1:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus TOO p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. in., and arrives at Columbus at 1 p. in. SHE." read it. 3-48 3 ' New roods at Kramer'. "SHE" A wonderful story. Borrow money from II enrich. Insure your home with Ilenrich. The Journal office for job work. II. II. Lee is in Iowa on business. ' Organs! Call at A As M. Turner's. The Journal for good job work. List your town lots for sale with Ilenrich. For Alahustinc go to S'illmau's dru? store. 2-lt " - New spring wrap just received at Kramer's. - New goods in over, ri.-'virlinent atKramer'p. Money on ta...

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. — 23 March 1887

Omr. ly em. What we are just now thinking of is what children are entitled to from grown people. Of course we do not include in this the duty of parents (which we may refer to later on), because everyone ought to know that; but what we are thinking of just now is the dutj of every grown person never to neglect an opportu nity to brighten the life of a child. Can't you remember some time when a cross word from a thoughtless neighbor sent yon trudging home from school, with heart loaded with sorrow, only to break out in tears when your mother met you at the door, and in quick conception of her maternal love saw in your counte nance a disturbance which at once excited her sympathy and led her to ask what had happened to her child? If you have never met that ex perience you have been especially favored and should congratulate yourself upon your good fortuue in escaping one of the greatest annoy ances of childhood. It is the positive duty of every growu person to be kind to children simp...

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. — 30 March 1887

- . y-YM. :'J Calamlm -s - .rvi'";a - v y T -v, trs-n': & "t? .7 WHOLE NO. 881. COLTJMBTJS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1887. $0ttrtraL m 9 VOL. XFH -NO. 49. 't i- R: i; X. f : y COLUMBUS t STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, KEB. Cash Capital $75,000. HO W TO 'BE BEAUTIFUL. Here's a question the maidens are asking: How can we make ourselves fair? One thinks that her cheeks are a little too red; Another is puzzling her pretty head , To know now to cnrl her straight hair. This lassie's cheeks are a little too pale; How can she make them red? And this little lady's hands are not Quite So smooth and slenaer ana son aw wmw :'Asa.lady' should be," she said. And this one thinks she's a trifle top plump; Another one thinks she's too smaU; Her Un-th are not quite as pretty as pearls; And what thall we do for these poor, poor girls That cannot be happy at alL , And I who look at them can not see " Wh they are dissatisfied; . They look like a garden of roses in bloom; Yet over them all there is resting ...

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. — 30 March 1887

5, ft xrlitmtws f fflirttaX. Enteral at the Poet-office, Columbus, Neb., as eccond-clase mail matter. ISSUED EVKBT WEDNESDAY BT K. TURNER & CO., Colunitms, NeT. M. TERMS OF SUBSCBtrTIOS: One year, by maU, pota?e prepaid,... Hix months, - ..$2.00 .. LOU Three mont Tin, il,ln in Ailranre. -Specimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO STJBbCBIBEBS. When snbwibers chaape their place of resi dence th'ey should at once notify ns by letter or postal card, giving both their former and their present posUoffice,-the firet.enablea us to readily find the flame on our maiUng list, from which,, being in type, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin of jour.JotmxAL, the date to which our subscription is iwiid or ac counted for. Kemirtances should be made either by money-order, registered letter or draft, payable to the order of M. TL Tcbneb & Co. TO C0HRESPONDENT8. All communications, to secure attention, must be accompanied by the full name of the writer. We reserve...

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. — 30 March 1887

i alnwlrns goxivual. WEDNESDAY, MAHCH SO, 1857. m&T& gsgg? A. J. N. TIMETABLE. Pass. Leaves Columns... . S250 a. m, Bell wood S:43 " David City:... .1 9.-07 " . , Seward lO.-Ki " Arrivpbat Lincoln 111:13 " Freight. 4:45 p. m. eao " 8:45 " 11:45 Tl-e passDEer leaver Lincoln at SuS p. xn., and arrives at Columbus 70 p. ni; the freight leave c' , Lincoln at 7AO a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 2.UH p. m. l '-SHE," read it 3-48-3 New goods at Kramer's. SHE." A wonderful story. The Jourxai. office for job work. Organs! Call at A. iz M. Turner's. Pianos of any kind ordered at music store. Miss Eva Amlmrger 1ms returned to the city. New spring- wraps just received at Kramer's. ' 2 Nov goods in-overy department at Kramer 3. See our now braska Ave. uinsie store on Ne-10-49-1 Organs, the iinest ever seen, at music store. Capt. John Hammond was at Lin coln Friday. Call and inspect our new stock at Galley Bros. - The largest line of robes in town at Galley Bros. - Miss Addie ltansdell ...

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. — 30 March 1887

Written for the Jodbsai. SET EACH OEM WITH CARE. BY XABT B. FINCH. ' "Wherever in the world I am, it In whatsoe'er estate. J- i have a fellowship with heart) To keep and cultivate; v: And a work of holy love to do. For the Lord on whom I wait. I ask Thee for the daily strength. To none that ask denied; And a mind to blend with ontward life. While keeping at Thy side; Content to fill a little space. If Thou be glorified. One by one thr duties wait tbee, let thy whole strength go to each; Let no future dreams elate thee; -. Learn thou first what those can teach. One by one. bright gifts from heaven, Joys are sent thee nere below; Take them readily, when given Heady, too, to let them go. One by one thy griefs shall meet thee, Do not fear an armed band; One will fade, while others greet thee, tihadows passing through the land. Every hour that fleets so slowly, Has its task to do or bear; Luminous the crown, and holy, If thou set each gem with care. OUTWARD OR HOMEWARD. Still are the shi...

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. — 6 April 1887

m Bl . estate Imtntai k y - t p fc : VOL. XVH.-NO. 50. COLUMBTTS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1887. WHOLE NO. 882. ET-. :: ff 7 COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. ! Cash Capital - $75,000. , . . DIREGIORS: LEANDEK UEKKAUD, PrWt. ' UFO. W. HU1.S1'. Vice Pres't. JULIUS A. REED. . It. H. HENHY. J. II TASKEir, t'ushier. " UitmU of Hcpoolt, iIs4CO-sm and tI.-lianC-. CellectioMM i'rompJly Made all loIut. ' Iay Inlrrrl oi 1'lnae Iep- COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, $100,000. OFFICERS: A. ANDERSON, Pres'L O. W. SHELDON, Vice PreVt. O. T. UOEN, Trens. ROBERT UHL1G, Sec. - o J3?Vill receive tune deisMits, from $1.00 and an) amount upwards, and will paj the cus tomer) tHte of interest. - - 3?V particularly draw )our attention to onr facilities for inakiup loans u real ebtate, at the lowest rate of interest. o "City, School and C'ountj Bonds, and in dividual securities are bought. ltijune'HJ) ". . v - FOR THE WESTERN COTTAGE ORGAN CALL ON A. & M.TURNER Or . W....

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. — 6 April 1887

ximi miu.mi & H i j jrfu mbxxs fount!. Entered at tho Post-office, Coluinbue, Neb., as second-class mail matter. ISSUED EVTBY WEDNESDAY BY M. K. TUTfcKTER. & CO., Columbus, Kel TEBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: "oneyear. by mall, postage prepaid, $2-00 Six months. . Three months, Payable in Advance. -Specimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO 8UBSCBIBEBS. When subscribers change their Il of resi dence they should at once notify us by letter or iioatal card, giving both their former and their Knt Uoffice,-the first enable us to readily KxSne on our mailing list, from which, bein "to type, we each. week pAnt, either on the wrapper or on the margin of yoilr,JOUBNAL, tne date to which jour suliscription is paid or ac counted for. Kemittances should be made either by money-order, registered letter or draft, payable to the order of & Co TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications, to secure action, must U accompanied by the full name of tlie writer. We sera the rfeht to reject urunnA and...

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. — 6 April 1887

k? a. - CTaTtuubus gaurual. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, 1337. A. A X. TIME TABLE. Puns. Freight. 820 a. in. 4:t!i p. m. 8:1S 523 " H.-07 " 6:10 105 " 8:45 - 11:13 " 11:43 " Leaves ii!unibu ... Bfllwood.. . David City... Sevard Arrives at Lincoln... " The pa6fipncer leares Lincoln at 853 p. m., and arriirs at Columbus 7:00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 7.-00 u. m., and arrives at Columbus at 2.00 p. m. . "SHE," read it. 3-48-3 Use Hygeine kalsomine. New goods at .Kramer's. . "SHE." A wonderful story. Alonzo Hnddox has the measles. Tlie .Tocrxal office for job work. Organs! Call at A. fc M. Turner's. Wm. Lamb was at Omaha last week. A- M. Jennings went to Central City Monday. New spring wraps just received at Kramer's. 2 New goods in every department at Kramer's. Grand opening 7th andJfth at J. C. Fillman's. Call and inspect onr new stock at Galley Bros. The largest line of robes in town at Galley Bros. Miss Lucy St. Clair was on the sick list hist week. -rChoioe cranberries Ilk a quart...

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. — 6 April 1887

J- Iilttle Folks' World. Tar wv. at.d vet bo near m,utiim Trnero an uavc wrm Played beside its sparkling waters, in...- ttat wnrimAnmm frrfpn. danced Bn..ikoim.vnriii e dwell In ana its noises only seem SJke the echo of a tempest or the shadow or a And grows not old forever, aweet and young It is to-day, ,., , 'Tis the Land of IJitlo People, where the happy children play. And the things they know and see there are so wonderful and grand, L'?i Things thafwlser folks and older canBot Imeif nor.understand; i J? In the woods they meet the fairies, flod-thS giants in thir caves, . See the palaces of cloudland, and the mermen in the waves. m . .w Know what ail the birdies sing of, hear the se crets of the flow'rs. For the Land of Little People is another world than ours. Once 'twas oars; Mis ours no longer; for when nurscrv-'ime is o'er, Thro'the Land of Little People we may wan der never more. But we hear their merry voices and we see them at their play, And our own dark world grows brig...

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. — 13 April 1887

e. iya-!. u. i .'rvr- "mTr' &- 4-rt.-" " - to. .n j. - - W awocv jrhc rta- s. - g.w-o iamw Mttf jwrsrrf.'Vi s..- --. ttx. ajAwam m - - t " -- . . - r .i : .' . :.-v v Calumte i , i ItfuriwL ! . ;,Si ill -Wr vr.viu.i.r ,;j i T K -rf ;, . w V- VOL. XVH.-NO. 51. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1887. WHOLE NO. 883. - . - ? m WH li It' i . r- r V Rf COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Cash Cspita! $75,000. ' ' DlltKCl'OlW: LUA.NDKU UEKKAKI), i'r.Vt. GKO. V. liUL3i', Vice l'res't. JULIUS A. itKHD. It. H. HKNiil. J. 11 TASliEH, fishier. Rank or lfteposlt, IMmc UBI uad Eiclsaissre. Collection l'reptly Made oa ill FollttH. Pay latere! oa Time Dcmn ft. 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Slock, 100,000. OITICKKS: A. ANDF.KSON, l'res't. O. W. SHELDON. Vice l'res't. O. T. KOKN, Treas. KOKKIIT UIILIU, Sec. J"'ill recehc time delimits, from $1.00 ami an) amount upwards, and will imy the cus tomary rate of interest. o JTW iirticularlj draw jour attention to our fa...

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. — 13 April 1887

-, ' - w I p 0ltrortMS f 0ntal Entered at the Port-office. Columbia, Neb., as aecood-claae mail matter. ISSUED KTXBT WEDNESDAY BY K. TURNER & CO., Columbus, Web. M. TEEMS OF SUBSCHIPTIOS: One year, by mall, postage prepaid... Six months. Three month, Payable in Advance. ...$2.00 ... LOO ... .SO ("Specimen copies mauea rec, tion. on appliea- TO SUBSCBIBESS. Whenaabacribers change their pIm of resi dence they should at once notify ns by letter or portal card, giving both their former and their DKileBt pofoffiov-the first enable ns to readily End the name on our mailing. lit, from which, being in type, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin of your Joto-Nal, the date to which your subscription is paid or ac counted for. Remittances should" be made either by money-order, registered letter or draft, payable to the order of Cq TO OOBBESPOSDEST8. All communications, to secure attention, must be accompanied by the full name of the writer. We reserve the right to reje...

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. — 13 April 1887

.wsgfflpaB. i. GTolnmbns gourwal. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 13. 1887. "BUlaUaL A. N. TIME TABLE. Leavrt) Columbus Bellwood David City Seward Arrives at Lincoln Fas. 830 a. m. 4:15 p. m. 8:43 535 " 87 6:10 " 10.05 ' 8:45 " 11:15 " 11:45 " The iKiMteuKer lea vet Lincoln at 3:55 . m., and arrittM at Columbus 700 p. m; tbe freight leaver Lincoln at 7200 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 2.-00 p. m. Lettuce, Radishes and Green Onions today, at Hickok, Halm & Co.'s. 3-1 3-51-2 "HE." -HE" read it. Use Hygeine kalsomine. HE" at E. D. Filzpatrick'a TLe Journal office for job work. 3 towels for ten cents at Kramer's. Organs! Call at A. &. M. Tnrner'a Dress lawns and parasols at Kra mer's. .Tames McDonald i3 down from the north. For shoes and Elippers go to Kra mer's. IS. R. Cowdery Hundayed in Co lumbus. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Gray went east Thursday. Ottoman wall papers at Stillman's drug store. You can save money by buying hats at Kramer's. Call and inspect our new stock at Galley Bros. - The la...

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. — 13 April 1887

' i I i TA t ( J Bitter-Sweet, There comes a time when even grief growl And eyes for want of tears must cease to WberTlirifor want of light is scarcely dreary. Because the shadows are so very deep. We grow forgctf ul of the sun's existence. And And protection in eternal night; Hope does not mock us with it6 mad persist- Norgage our g-loom with its deceptive ligat. Eemorse has aeasous when it sinks to slum- And sweet, dead days of bliss are lived So real seems pleasure that we do not num ber The intervening days of wo and pain. The sin remembered seems well worth the sinning ,, For that one taste of rapture that it brought; And broken bubbles seem well worth the winning When triumph with such precious Joy was fraught. There is no hell without its glimpse of moments when a common source sup plies Deligbt as rare as that to angels given. Ami pence as perfect as the saved ones pri ire. -Flora McDonald. NIXIE. Nobody would take little Nixie Mark ham for if heroine, nor would one sup pose...

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. — 20 April 1887

7?3f "Tr t&Z33ir'lf .ImniioK ail dujxlal) ,vvi J - I f J i -. iu V'J-' ;-i aw -W rC'r- ."ifcv-R. f r" . ' nw"- tW .. J- ,. A:rLu it .ii .14 "A-' COLTJMBTJS, NEB.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL '20, 1887. WHOLE NO. 884. VOL. XVH-NO. 52. TT Ck $0unwL H i far . i H V . 7 8 St m COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS. XEB. , 5 Cash Capitar2 $75,000. iaaaaaaV aaar m - , i.r.vN'i)i:iiatHAnj. i'r--'t. . - ' T T5TTJ- r "" " m .5 c,r.o. w. ii ulst. vice i'r.vt. Xl-K jfi.ii's a. itr.i'n. K k. ii. HKNin. "aWfe V'aaaV I. l-TASKI'l' Ca-hier. Baak el" Isepoalt, a Eirhaage. llrMai I'ttllectloBM Promptly !Hlr ill PoIuin. Pay lalerexl I IN. em 'rime Ic; 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUS1 COMPANY. Capital Stork, 100,000. OlTlCKlW A. ANDKKSON, Fiwl. O. V. SHKLDON. Vice 1'r.Vt. it.'l'. KOKN. Trw. KOKKItl'UHUn. Sec. "Sr"Vill rrtviir linn- l--iti-, from $1.00 nuil mi amount iiwi'i-, mill v. 1 1 1 ' I la cu loiiiHrj rate of interest. "-ViMirtifiilarl) draw jour attention to our facilities for iu..kinr louus on nal...

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. — 20 April 1887

i l I i y i ! ? II crlumbixs g0urnal. Entered at the Port-office, Columbus, Neb., as second-class mail matter. M. IBSCED KTEBY WEDNESDAY BT K. TURNER & CO. Columbus, Nol. TEKXH OP subscription: One year, by mall, portage prepaid,. Uiz months. Three month Pa able in Advance. xySpecimen copies mailed free, on application. ...$2.00 ... LOO ... .50 TO HUBHCBIBEBS. When subscribers change tlieir place of resi dence tbey should at once notify na by letter or postal card, giving both their former and their present post-office, the first enable as to readily 2nd the name on oar mailins list, from which, being in type, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin, of your Journal, the date to which your subscription is paid or ac counted for. Uemittances should lie made either by money-order, registered letter or draft, pa) able To the order of H.K. TtJHNEH & CO. TO COBKESPOKDEXTH. All communications, to secure attention, must lie accompanied by the full name of the wri...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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