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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 September 1887

. - ST ."TVCJ- IS auUMttiittfiMMfii -J" trX ! . ; V- r 4 i r r almubus gsxirual. WEDNESDAY. 8EPT. 7. 1887. A.AN.TIMETARLK. l'.uui. Freight. Leave CoIuinbuH SSJO a. m. 4:45 1. ra. Bellwood .... fe:13 " T,iSi " David City HiTi " 6U0 " Seward 10.1& :45 " Arrivewat Lincoln 11:15 " Htt5 " Alic Mm;;w imk. iiuwm w--. a.. ..., . arrived at Columbus 7:00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 740 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 2:J0 p. m. Tl rA.tA.l.draii I inwilniif rir. ii m nnrl UNIONI'ACIFICTIME-TABLE. OOINrt EAST. OING WK8T. Atlantic Ex. 4:0s a. in. Pacific Ex. 12:10 a. in. On. local" 80 " Denver" 2:44 p. in. Chicago 2-05 p. m. H. I. local . 8:10 " No. 24 Fr't. 110 a. m. No. 23 Fr't.. 4:1s " OUFULK BHANC1I. Phs. arrives 1:55 p. Tn.'1eaved Fr't " 10.50 " iLeaves 8:in p. m. . 80 a. in. ALBION BBANCH. Mix'd arrive liS) p. in. I Leave 3:10 p.m. rtn :A.i .: n tliA All.tnn lirannli mn- 1 lie miiisi uiuu u .,-.,.........---- - i nect at Genoa witli a mixed tnun lor tullerton , anil Codar Ra...

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. — 7 September 1887

u - h & n it i ft-i i I : H w-i ff1 .Ti M m Ltti riff Sfl . pi it.1 iM 1 u lir - I U r WEBSTER'S SPELLER. EVOLUTION OF THE ONCE POPU LAR "SPELLING BOOK." Koah TVcbKters Great and SneeefMfnl KatorprlHeThe Fortune's of a Con necticut School Teacher Work The Fatuous "Select Fables." One of the books much in vogue in the colonics, Thomas Dilwortli's "Now Guide to the English Tongue," nnd when first pub lished, nbout 1740, it was probably a great Improvement on its predecessors, for it hod great run in both countries. To-day, in glancing through it, it seems nearly worth ies; and this opinion of it began to take shape towards the end of the Revolution, when Joel Barlow probably only expressed public sentiment in complaining that 1ads once lugged iato it when young are afraid of all kinds of grammar all their days after." At this time Noah Webster, fresh from Yale college, was prcsonted with an $S bill of Con tinental currency (worth about half that sum fen specie) by bis father, and ...

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. — 14 September 1887

-.MjLr; to sws -- - fr'z (fajhimlra 0ttrM m ti&i?'4& v - - , r-. ,,- ;? ' COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1887. WHOLE NO. 905. VOL. XVIH-NO. 21. t ? i( . COLUMBUS STATE BANK. roMJMiWS, XE. Cash Capital $75,000. IMHrVI'OiW LKANOKK UKKKiKI), I'reVl. OKO. W. HULSr, Vire I'reVt. .IU1.IUH A. ilKKI). K. II. HKNKV. .1. K. TAHKiCit. t!aihier. Bask I" Woponlli al ExchanK" SHOtSnt Collection Prosiipily W ! til Poll It. Pay It. IntrrcMt o 'I'lm leMH- COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, SI 00,000. OI'FICKIIH: A.ANOKKSON. Pres't. O. V. SHKIiDON. Viv lro't. O.T. HOKN, TnH. KOHKRT UHI.IG. Sv. JjyWill rec.ii timo iI.-jmUh. from 1.00 hu1 any amount upwards, uml will 1J' tho rtis toiniiry rate or interest. - o JS'-We-particiihirij draw our attention to our facilities for mtkiiis loans on Mil tt.ilo. lit the lowest rtUs of iuter.-oL. City, Hohool ami County Bonds, mid in dividual securities are lanighl. liyiiiie'SJj ron 'rrrn CAM. ON A. & M.TURNER or 4i...

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. — 14 September 1887

' iki M l; a Columbus Journal- Entered at the Poet-office, Colombo, Neb., econd-claM mail matter. ISSUED KTEBT WEDNESDAY BT K. TURNER & CO., Colambuaf Neb. M. tebxb or subscription: One year, by mall, postage prepaid, $2.00 Bix months. " Three months -au liable in Advance. fySpecimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO SUBSCBIBEBS. When subscribers change their place of reai dence they should at once notify lis by letter or postal card, giving both their former and their present post-office the first enables us to readily find tho name on oar mailing list, from which, being in type, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin of your J ocbm al, 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 ... . M. K. Tubmeb & Co. TO COBBESPOKDEMTS. All communications, to secure attention, must be accompanied by the full name of the writer. We rewire the r...

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. — 14 September 1887

tfliunlms Kcrnrual, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 14. 1887. Z&Stf3B& w&rb in n "Vjlm- l,fSw;Jc A. AN. TIME TABLE. Leaves Columbus.. Uellwood . David City. Seward .... Arrives at Lincoln. 8:20 a. m. 8:13 " 9.-U7 " 10:05 " 11:15 " Freight. 4:15 p.m. 5iS " 6:10 " 8:45 " 11:45 " Dowra go the Price. I trill sell my entire stock of boote, shoes and gloves at greatly reduced prices. Call and get bargains, as I am closing out to go to Omaha, and mean business. 21-3 J. M. Honahan. The iMhocnpT leaven Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and armed at Columbus 7:00 p. iu; the freight leaves Lincoln at 7.-00 a. m., and arrives at Coluinbus at 2KW p. m. UNION PACIFIC TIME-TABLE. OOI.NO east. ooino west. Atlantic Ex. 4:04 a. in. 1'acific Ex. 12:10 a. in. Om. local " 8.-00 " Denver " 2:14 p. in. Chicago " 2.-05 p. m. (J. I. liical . 8:10 " No. 2f Fr't. 11:00 a. m. No. 23 Fr't.. 4:15 " NORFOLK BKANClf. Pas-,. Fr't 135 p. 1030 ' liiven .. Leaven . 8:15 p. iu. . 8:00 u. in. ALBION" BKNCII. MixVI arrives liii p. ni....

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. — 14 September 1887

i c? -- 'v-- W. l- K .fi I i ri I'; I. 1 '.1 i f t h ! JR f m M HI ti . , . 1 if c s? b- w if ire ff. il I 4 Hv KJ I tip SIMIM SERVANTS. DOMESTICS TO BE RECRUITED FROM THE MONKEY TRIBES. Am Xatarestla. Froblm Dlseasse by a Fr-saca Natarallst Net a New Idea. Seme Very Interesting Casea Tka Next Qasstloa. Can monkeys bo domesticated and made as seful to man as the Uorse, the ox and the ass are useful, but in a different way! Such la the in -esting problem discussed in a book Just issued here by M. Victor Meunier, who has made a study of these curious specimens of the animal kingdom. And this problem, according to the author, will in timo receive a successful solution. Maukind will in the future draw from the tanks of the Simian tribes servants skillful enough to perform tasks now only discharged by reasoning I hod almost said "reasonable" beings tasks that require only strength of muscle, bkill of hand and ordinary intelli gence. But M. Meunier draws a very distinct line between the h...

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. — 21 September 1887

V 5 .1 f ' "..- aWW. TaT U. CTS.-JWVW-rtii- - ..'- - VOL. XVIIL-NO. 22. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1887. WHOLE NO. 906. Immutl X 1 - -J & COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLIIMIUIS, NKK. Cash Capital $75,000. MHKCTOIW: LE.NI)KltC!KitKAI. I'n-'t. GKO. W. HUl-Sr. Vice PrtVt. JULIUS A. KKKD. It. 11. HKNUY. J. K. TASKK':. iVdiier. flunk of aoowil, IWncopdi Mil l-Wr.llailig;-. Collection I'rompfly ."ll nil lI . y Im-i-?ni on TltM Icsmk.- COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital .Stock, SI 00,000. OITICEKS: A. ANDKIlSON. l'res't. O. W. SHELDON, Vice PreVt. O.T. KOKN. Trwi. KOiilCIU' UUIJH, S.H-. J3KVill receive time depoMK from 1.UI and any amount upwards, and will pay the cus tomary rate of interest. JBT'WeiiHiticiiNrly draw jour attention to our facilities for miking loin- mi real entate, at the ion rM rateot iiitnvj-t. J3E?City, School ami Count HomN, mul in dividual tciiiitiv aie ItoiiKht. HijiineVriy lOR. THE CAM. OX A.&M.TURNER or . w. keki.kk, TrarclinK S...

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. — 21 September 1887

e i r-1 IM i'f II C ' I rj 8 i i 31 B 3 n if.. E w 2 , olumtms gourual. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second-chunk inail matter. I88DBO KTKBT WEDNESDAY BT K. TURNER & CO., ColnmbUB, Neb. M. TEBX8 OF 8CBSCBIPTIOS: One year, by mail, postage prepaid. $2.00 Six months,. S Three months........ au Pajable in Advance. Specimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO SUBSCBIBKBS. When subscribers change their place of resi dence they ahoold at once notify us by letter or postal card, siring both their former and their present post-offlce.-the first enables ns to readily find the name on our mailing list, from which, being in type, we each week print, either oa the wrapper or on the margin of your.JOCBXAL, 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 1 M. K. Tcbxkb & Co. TO COBBJC8POXDKVT8. All communications, to secure attention, must be accompani...

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. — 21 September 1887

,- Columbus Sjaurual. WEDNESDAY, SKIT. -M, 18ST. SB5:.sEk .L "i A.AN.T1METAKLK. Par. I Freight. i bu a. in. 4:4. . in. I.eaVc.1 ( ollllljbllS . .. ISellwood . ... David City Seward Anivcsnt Lincoln .. . HM3 , USZ.I , 9.-07 " , .5:10 " 10.-U-. " 8:45 " ll.lS " 111:45 " Tin- passenger leaven Lincoln at 3:35 p. in., anil arrives at Columbus 7:1) I. hi; the freight leave. Lincoln lit 7:00 a. ni., anil arriveM at Columbus at :!.-u0 1 1. in. UNION PACI Fir Tl M E-TAHLE. (IOIM1 EAST. Atlantic Kx. : a. iu. Om. local" M " Chicago " .-."3 I. S.'2l Kr't.. limOa. n. liOINit WKST. Pacific Kx. 12:10 a. m. Denver " -:11 p. in. O. 1. Wal . 8:1U " No. '.3 Fr't. 4:iri " MtUKUl.K MUNCH. Pass, arrive. 1:33 ! m.II.eavis Fr't " 10:30 " iLeavcs . . H:K. p. in. . . K.-00 ii. in. ai.imos nuvNCii. .Mix'.l arrives ; p. m. ' I-eaven .3:10 1 1. in. The mixed tniin on the Albion branch con nects at (Senoa with a mixed train for tullerton and Cedar Kapid-. .1. K. Mkaoiikii, Agent. Soricfn 3oticcs. WAI1 notices un...

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. — 21 September 1887

ft i1. i t .A -i 3 Vf, 10 1 '3 t ! J N 10 -i: ... r . PI; L J :V i j M . v fea 81 t r THE' FIRE KING'S TRICKS. A REPORTER'S EXPLANATION OF HOW THEY ARE PERFORMED. A Marvelous Medley of Magic Wonder ful Performance of a Man In League With tbe Powers of the Fire and Brimatou World. The professor was a Gttlo man, generous ndexponsivo in tbe matter of shirt front, red us to hair and blessed with a surprising amplitude of coat sleeve and tail. "Ladies and gentlemen," ho began, coming to the front of Che stage and turning back bis cuffs with an innocent air and that gen erally clean fingered dexterity which char acterizes the manual motions of sleight of band men "ladies and gentlemen, begging your pardon in advanco for the liberty I am taking, I wish to state that in the hall of this opera house, just outside the door, tbera ia a faucet connected with the pipes which supply the city with water. If some young gentleman in the audience will be so kind as to fill this tin utensil in my hand...

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. — 28 September 1887

&' m Cirkmlra 0ttrMl. . J 'Wl. 5-"?i5 -P ' V 4W ,f t -y VOL- XVIII.-NO. 23. COLUMBTTS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1S87. WHOLE NO. 907. . . . r r,- FS . .- "V BaBfe1 Has It- COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NIT.. Cash Capita! $75,000. niKKrroKS: LJt&XL)KUGEIlttAl.l. Pn-s't. K0. W. llUl-SI', VI.v. Prws't. jumiis a. kkki. u. ii. i:kn::v. J. E.TA:JKE:, Ct-!iic: Bamk I" lpoMit iN-iK d ExchaBK. ClIctleaN Promptly iail " ill aeli. y latereNt TJu INT- It. COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, SI 00,000. OFFICERS: A. ANDERSON. Pres'f. O. V. SHELDON. Vice 1'n.i't. O. T. ROEX. Tien. ROBERT U HUG, Sc. y-'.Vill re-i.e tima deKMts, from Sl. aodanynmount upward, and will pay tli rus tomary rate of interest. ZST"Vv particularly draw jour attention to our facilities for iiinkiiiK loans on real itate, at the lowtt-t rate of inii-rt-(. - - JSTity, S-1..1 iiii-l 'it HoinN, hihI in dividual ttTiiritie an U.ul.i IGjune'siiy FOUTIIE CAM. ON A.&M.TURNER Or . w. kiki....

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. — 28 September 1887

M. 3' 3R sill 3i 5 .J,t Hi i ! rr M i 51 i H a L. I S f- - I ! ii ? !.! r" I .. It Vi-t IjU i -fc ? 'U '!( ;.n P J ;1 5 : L- K K Ik l:l I? I i"l 1 it PI crlinutms gjorcrtral. Entered at the Poet-office, Columbus, Neb., as Mcond-vlaas mail matter. M. ISSUE) ETXBT WEDNESDAY BY K. TURNER & CO. Columbus, Neb. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, by mail, postage prepaid, Biz months, Three months Payable in Advance. fWSpecimen copies mailed free, on application $2.00 LUO .50 TO SUB3CBIBKBS. When subscribers change their place of resi dence they should at once notify ns by letter or postal card, giving both their former and their present poet-omce,-tho first enables ns to readily find the name on our mailing list, from which, being in typo, we each week print, either on the wrapiwr or on the margin of your. Joubxai the date to which your subscription is paid or ac counted for. llemittances should be made either by money-order, registered letter or droit, payable to the order of M. K. Tcbn...

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. — 28 September 1887

-sV" -1 tf" -X. r CMuwrfws f 0ttrttal. WEDNESDAY. SEPT1. 28. 1887. MMUl A. &N. TIME TABLE. Loaves Columbus BeUwood David City Arrives at Lincoln Vtum. Freight. 820 a.m. 4:15 p.m. 8:43 " 525 - JK - 6:10 M 10KB " 845 " 11:15 " llilg " The itaManger leave Lincoln -at 325 p. m., and arrived at Columbus 7 .-00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 7:00 a. m., and arrives at Colambas at 240 p.m. UNION PACIFICTIME-TABLE. OOINrt KABT. Atlantic Ex. 448 a. m. Om. local" 6:00 Chicago " 245 p. m. No. 24 Fr't... 11 jOO a. m. ooi.so wrsx. Pacific Ex. 12:10 a. Denver " 2:44 n. G. L local... 8:10 " No. 23 Fr't.. 4:15 ' m. m. HOHFOLK BBAMCH. Pans. Fr't arrives. 155 p. 1050 ' m. LNUVcfl Xj6nV6tia 8:15 p.m. . . . . 840 a. m. ALBION BUASCU. MixM write 1:20 p. m. Leaves 3:10 p. m. The mixed train on the Albion branch con nects at Genoa with a mixed train for Fallerton and Cedar Rapids. J. It. Meaoukb. Agent. getietg Reikis. C5PAH notices under Uifs heading will charged at the rate of $2 a yearC lie A ...

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. — 28 September 1887

C-" K1W IT w n i in m m B . fti ): - W HEBREWS IN TRADE. THEIR IMMENSE COMMERCIAL FLUENCE RECOGNIZED. IN- Striking Evidences of Hebrew Projrress. Growth or tho qjothlng Trade A Pro fitable Undertaking Importation of Diamonds Cigars and Tobacco. Of all New York commercial exchanges the Hebrews are now recognized as among the most influential members. The vice-chairman of the stock exchange, the treasurer of the produce exchange and the treasurer of tho metal exchange aro all Hebrews. In these institutions, as well as the cotton and petroleum exchanges, thoy are prominent as directors, and they are also identified with many of the great railway, steamship and in surance companies. In banking alone the New York Hebrews represent a capital of $100,000,00). Tho prominent part taken by them in tho negotiation of tho most impor tant government loar and railway opera tions is too well known to call for special comment, their immense influence in this and other leading cities being generally...

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. — 5 October 1887

j r v 1 HYwtU (fVWe v n-u 4 Crjkmlra ImmraL v J - j fA. ; VOL. XVin.-NO. 24. COLUMBTTS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1887. WHOLE NO. 908. rxL r Pi." , S' COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COIjIUIRIIS, new. Cash Capital $75,000. directors: L.EANRKR OKRRARD, PiWt. IJKO. W. IIUI-ST, Vic Pr.-'t. JUMUS A. RKKD. It. II. HENRY. J. E.TASKER, ('anhhar. Uaak of leOMil, "HWomm- C'ellectloBM Promptly .11tl- ie All Iolaf. ry IntrrrNl n llntf epo- COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, $100,000. OFFICERS: A. ANDERSON. I'n't. O. W. SHELDON, Vic"--. Pn-a't. O.T. ROEN. Treat-. ItOCKItr UIM.Ui. Sea - ( ff-Vill ra-a-a-ivat liiim aleatitn, from $1.U anil any amount iipv:ir.lta, and will liy th" ' taimury rate tit inlaw.!. i fj Hirtifiil:iily ali.tu jmr ultfution to our facilities fa.r m.-tkim; hi'tii mi raul atati, at the lowest rata of inlcnvat. a- J.ifyr'itJ.SrliaM.l anal Ca,llllt llaallalrt. Jill. I hl- alitidiial i-a-ouritieM aia Ixuilit. Itijiiue Hy POKTCIE -rAi.i. on- A.&IY1.TURNER...

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. — 5 October 1887

r u. 1 I I t H it i 'X ' Kf! -V i ! I' 1 r i i J r y V 1-. l-M., IAk 3s, ml. i -'i.t ' 5'-i k$ v us 4? If. 55- fe&l S: 4' I S ' 4 i, ! r r fel l:; l:i B rs t&olmribtts otxvtml. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., i aecoBd-claes mail matter. ISSUED STKRT WKDJOMDAY BT M. K. TURNER & CO., Columbus, Nob. TKBXS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, by mall, postage prepaid, 12.00 Six months, " Hires months au Payable in Advance. e8icinien copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO HUB8CBIBKKS. When subscribers change their place of resi dence they should at once notify us by letter or postal card, giving both their former and their S resent posoffice, the first enables us to readily nd the name on our mailing list, from which, being in type, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin of our Journal, the date to which jour subscription is paid or ac counts for. llemittance ehould bo. made either by money-order, registered letter or draft, paablo to thu order of w M. ...

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. — 5 October 1887

f5r Columbus gotmtal. WEDNESDAY, OCT. S. 1887. A. AN. TIME TABLE. Pan. 820n.ni. 8:43 " Vt.J7 " 10:05 " 11:15 " Freight. Leavs Columbus Uellwood David City " Seward Arrives at Lincoln 4:15 p.m. 5:25 " :I0 " 8:15 " 11:45 " Tlie passenger leave Lincoln nt 3:55 p. ni and arrives at Columbus 7.-00 p. in; the freight leaves Lincoln at7K)0 a. nu, and arriw at Columbus at 2:00 p. in. UNION PACIF1CT1ME-TABLE. OOINO ESST. OOINOWKST. Atlantic Ex. 4:03 a. m. Pacific Ex. 12:10 a. in. Om. local" H.tW " Over " 2:14 p. in. Chicago " 25 p. n. . 1. local . h:10 No 24 Fr't .11:00 a. in. No. 23 Fr't . 4:15 " NORFOLK BUINCII. Paw. arrives 123 p. m. Leave Fr't " iOM " 1 Loaves. 8:15 p. in. 8:00 a. in. AIJIION BUNRII. Mix'd arrives ISM p. m. Leave 3:10 p. m. The mixed train on the Albion branch con nects at Oenoa with n mixed train for tullerton and Cedar llapids. ..... , . J. K. Mkmihkh, Agent. giHicln Rothes. --AU notices under this heading will be churned at the rate of $2 a year. A LEBANON LOD(i E No....

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 October 1887

ABOUT SHODDY SHOES. SOLES THAT LAST A WEEK, AND WILL NOT BEAR WETTING. Gross Imposition and Deception Carried on at the Expense of the Poorer Classes. Coming Home Harefooted Manufac ture of Shoddy Goods. In the manufacture of boots nnd shoes for men, women ami children, some of the grossest impositions nnd deceptions are carried on. A well informed mechanic Baid to a reporter the other day: "It is an outrage that manufacturers of boots and shoes should be permitted to throw sucli -trash as they do upon the market "Why, just look at my shoes, and I only bought them last week. My feet are almost on the ground. I might be said to be 'walking on my uppers.' " "What's the trouble?" was asked. "Troublel why, there's trouble enough; and I am only one out of thirty or forty thousand persons in this city who have been -victimized by the manufacturers and retailers of these shoddy shoes. When I first put on the shoes I am now wearing they looked as well as any to be seen in the Broadway or Fi...

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. — 12 October 1887

Columbus lomitat .- - je rU ..-! i'X ' -- " -1 y VOL. XVTH.-NO. 25. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1887. WHOLE NO. 909. K r -i '6 B t -J COLUMBUS STATE BANK. MILUMBUS, NEB. Cash Capital $75,000. DlKKtTOKS: LEANDKKOKKIUKI), iWt. GEO. V. II U LSI'. Vic PivVt. JULIUS A. KKKI). K. 11. HKNItY. J. liTASKKU, Ot-hier. Haak of leeilt, IMucohbi mdl Kxi'ha;e. Collectleai Promptly Made on II llMtH. taj,- laterexl oat Time Ich- ItM. COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, 8100.000. OFFICERS: A. ANDERSON. Prwt't. O. W. SHELDON. Viiv l'r.-Vt. O. T. ROKN. Tiwu.. IIUKKitrUllLKi. S.-C. ii JWWill nwhe lime dt'p..-il-, fjoiu $1.(0 ml any amount upwnrd, and will ihj" the ciih toumrj rat of intnt. n CWo irtidiliirl) drew jour attention to our focilititt far uii.kiiiK loftim n r'iil wtHtt Ht th lowest ret f inttTifl. jyCitj, School ami County Bond, and in dividual Hccnritit-M arc Itotiht. Mjune'Niy POH THE CALL ON A. & M.TURNER Or i. W. Kllll.i:iC. 't'ruv fling: Mnle.mB...

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. — 12 October 1887

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Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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