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

bbbbbbbW t -i 1 J Columbus ouwiaI. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18. 1887. A. &N. TIME TABLE. Pas. Freight. Lesvfls Columbus I 820 a. .m. J:P-.p- " Bellwood S:13 " 5:2.. " David City I 9.-0? " 6:10 " Seward... 10:05 8:45 Arrives at Lincoln 111:15 U; The passenger leaves Lincoln at 8w5.P; p-t and arrheH at Columbus 70 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 70 a. m., and arrive at Columbus at 2:00 p. m. UNION PACIFIC TIME-TABLE. OOINO EAST. Atlantic Ex. 4:08 a. m. Urn. lixttl " 8i3 " Chicago " 2:4' P- m. Nn. 24 Fr't. 5:35 p. m. OOINO WKST. Pacific Ex. U:'5 p Denver " 135 p. a. 1. local . 8:10 No. 23 Fr't. 4:23 ' m. m. NOUKOLK BR INCH. Pa-tb. arrives Fr'ti 135 p. m.Iieaes 1030 " iLentes , 8:15 p. in. 8-00 a. ni. ALBION URASCII. Arrive- I:"W P- ni. I Leaes 3:10 p. m. The mixed train on tlio Albion branch con nect at Genoa with a mixed train for rullerton and Cedar Rapids. J. It. Meaoheu, Agent. orictij Notices. i-jr-xu m.tire under thii heading will i charged at the rate of $2 a 3 ear. A LEBANON LOD...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 16 November 1887

E M a i" f. n .1 i't ; - J M r it m &i R8 Si a 1 THE CONDOR LY CHILI. A HERD OF CATTLE STAMPEDED BY THE BIG BIRDS. Ravenous Pirates of the Air Attack a Steer A Eruto in tlio Agony of Death. Victory for the Vultures Vindictive Villagers. Tiie little village where I was staying in Chili lay at the very base of the Andes, with about a. mile of plain stretching away to the ocean. At sunrise on the very first morning I was in the place I was awakened by a great commotion among the populace. Springing from the palm mattress on which I had been sleeping, I looked out of the low window of my apartment. Men, women and children were running through the narrow streets yelling wildly, and men on horseback dashed away across the plain, in which di rection the excited mob of villagers was tending. A roar as though a hurricane were passing came up from the plain, and there was a tremor in the earth that ;ilarmed me. I inquired what the trouble was, and was told that it was nothing but the cond...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 November 1887

.-.o. (JMimlra mrruai Gyr -- - VOL. XVIII.-NO. 31. COLUMBTTS, NEB.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1887. WHOLE NO. 915. & '-yT5?y " y? r COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Cash Capital $75,000. lUKKCTOIJS l.KANDKK 5KIUt.UU. I'reVi. !KO. W. ItUl.ST, Viiv J'iwVi. JULIUS . KKK.O. K. 11. IIKVUI. .1. II TAdKKK, On-I.ier. j vu tno nost's lett, the other plaeo of honor I anil what a significant distinction to oc cupy tho:so prominent scat- Kit the jauntiest , individual of the whole jiarty. At first sight , it would liH've been difficult to say why- he had his share at this banquet of the ruined, , disapiointed, bereaved and afflicted. It was not his look nor his dress that told the secret, ! but his words. He was letter dressed than any I of his fellows, and a self satisfied expression j was upon his face. But you soon saw a blank I in the uiid-t of that self satisfaction the lack j of something, which mysterious something would have just put him beyond the palo of our friend's circle. He t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 November 1887

H i: I s lT ti I S3 fr IM -i ft r &Bhimhxxs Qtmttml. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second-class mail matter. M. ISSUED EVEBY WEDNESDAY BT K. TURNER & CO., Columbus, N1. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, by mall, po6tago prepaid, "J Sir months, LOO Three months J Payable in Advance. y Specimen copies mailed free, on application. TO SUnSCBIBEBS. When subscribers change their place of resi dence they should at once notify us by letter or pobtal card, Rivinjr both their former and their present post-office, the firnt enables us to readily nnd the name on our mailins list, from which, being in tj pe, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the marfiin of your Joubn .L, the date to whicli your subscription is paid or ac counted for. Remittances should bo made either bj moDey-order, registered letter or draft, payable to the order of M. K. Tubseb & Co. TO COBBESPONDENTS. All communications, to secure attention, must be accompanied by the full name of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 November 1887

.1 'i X y ' jcrlu mints g0iirual. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23. 18S7. A. &N. TIME TABLE. i Pass. , Freight. Leaves Columbus i 8:20 a. m. Bellwood 8:43 " David City J 9:07 " Seward .... M0.f. " Arrives at Lincoln ,11:15 " 4:15 p. m 5:25 " 6:10 " 8:15 " 11:45 " The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p. m., and arrives at Columbus 70 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 70 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 2:00 p. m. UNION PACIFIC TIME-TABLE. OOINO EAST. Atlantic Ex. 14H a. Om. local " HiSI Chicago " 2:15 p. No. 24 Fr't. 545 p. OOINO WEST. Pacific Ex. 11:15 p Denver " 1:55 p. (t. I. local. . 8:10 No. 23 Fr't 4:25 ' m. m. NOUFOLK BUANCII. Pass. Fr't 155 p. 10:50 m.'lxves. ' I Leaves . 8:15 p. m . 8:00 a. in ALBION BKNCH. Arrives. 1:50 p. m. ! Leaves . .3:10 p. in. The mixed train on the Albion branch con nects at Genoa with a mixed train for Fullerton and C-edar Ilapids. J. It. Meoheb. Agent. Saricfn Notices. J5yAll notices under this heading will charged at the rate of $2 a jear. lie A 11. V LE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 23 November 1887

ttk m i.., . - 1 !f 1 i ?. k f3 $ s ? I'f :i "4 '1 " I'M H U 1 ? bl 1 hi Iff 151 "A 1 lJ lf Mi I BLASTED OX GLASS. SECRETS OF A PROCESS OF WHICH LITTLE IS KNOWN. An Art Manufacture In Which Chicago Occupies a Prominent Place Cliat with a Sand Blast Man Making a "Rub." Another Process. A costly folding bel stood in the froat liall of n" mansion on Washington boule vard. The furniture men had just left it and had returned to the store to secure the additional help required to handle it. The lady of the house had callers in the - parlor who roe to go before the furniture handlers returned. It was an elegant bed, and as the ladies passed to admire it the mistress pulled the gilded liandle at the side, and the couch magically unyoked itself from the jwrjiendicular part and slowly descended. The good lady had intended to show her friends how easily it worked, but had mi.-calculnted the dis tance between the lied and the inner lights of the vestibule door. Kesull, a crash, half ti bushel o...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 November 1887

& I 5- (Mvantox Imtnial -t -l &&" t'.Sp V S. jO i- " - V Ir VOL. XVHI.-NO. 32. COLUMBTJS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1887. WHOLE NO. 916. aV el Y f V COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, XKB. Cash Capital $75,000. DIRECTORS: t LEANDKR GERRARD, I'reVt. GEO. W. HUKHT, Vice I'reVt. JUI.IUS A. REED. R. H. HKNRV. J. K. TASKKIt, CnMiier. Raik of Deposit, IIcem amd Eschaaee. CoIlectloBN Presnptly Made oa all PolatM. Pay iBlrrewt oa Time Wepos It. 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Slock, S100.000. OFFICERS: A. ANDERSON. Fr't. O. W. SHELDON. Vice l'rea't. (). T. KOKN, Treas. ROBERT UHLIG, See. - -- o- 85yWill receive time deposits, from J1.00 and any amount upward, and will pay the cus tonmry rate of interest. - o S3TVfe piirticularly draw your attention to our facilities for making loans on real estate, at tho'lowefct rate of interest. jyCity. School uml Comity Bonds, ami in dividual becuritieo niv iMtiilit. lejune'stJy FOR THE CALL ON'- A. & M.TURNER ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 November 1887

' .: av:jC, &' f: ft :. R 5! h w m H? u u u ll Itttttfros f onvtvxt Entered at the PoeVoffioe,Colnmbus,Neb.,as second-class mail matter. ISSUED XTXBT WZDNXSDAT BT M. K. TURNER & CO., ColumbuSi Nob. tkbxs or subscription: One year, by mall, postage prepaid, S2.j Six months, -: Three months, -"' Payable in Advance. rjsBpecimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO SUBSCBIBEnS. 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 present po8tiffice,-the firstj enables us to readily find the name on our mailing, list, from which, being in type, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin of your Joubkal the date to which your subscription is paid or ac counted for. Remittances should be made either by money-order, registered letter or draTt, payablototheorderof v M. K. Tubkm it Co. TO OOBKBSPOWDEWTS. All communications, to secure attention, must be accompanied by the full nam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 November 1887

X , "?' rJ olnmfens Journal WEDNESDAY. NOV. 30, 16S7. A. &N. TIME TABLE. Pass. Freight. Leaves Columbus Hollwood " David City Hamnl 820 a.m. 8: " 4:45 p.m. 525 " 6d0 " 8:45 " 11:45 " 10:05 " Arrives at Lincoln. 11:15 " xno passenger iiyj uuimu --.'--,' arrives at Columbus 70 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 70 a. nu, and arrives at Columbus at 2.00 p. m. ra 1 I iniutn lt f ri II YTi Sinfl UNION PACIFIC TIME-TABLE. OOINO KAST. Atlantic Ex. 4 OS a. m. Om. local " 823 " Chicago " 2:45 p. m. No.24Fr't... 535 p. m. OOINO WEST. Pacific Ex. 11:15 p ir. rtanvor " 135 II. m. G.L local... 8:10 " No. 23 Fr't.. 425 " KOBKOLK BRANCH. Pas, arrives. 155 p. m. Leaves 8:jP- m- Fr't " 1050 " Leaves 8:00a.m. ALBION BRANCH. "Arrives. 150 p. m. Leaves 3:10 p.m. The mixed train on the Albion branch con sects at Oenoa with a mixed train for Fullerton and Cedar Rapids. J. R. Mkaohkb, Agent. Sotiets gotites. tBAll notices under this heading will le charged at the rate of $2 a year. A LEBANON LODGE No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 30 November 1887

e I- i?; N i : I I 3 MS k r"v f K. II HEINE'S LEGEND DREAMS. Tbe ancient legends beckon As with a magic band, And sing tbeir wondrous rtories Of an enchanted land. Where fairest flowers languish. In the golden sunset tide, And look w ith such tender glance As light the face of a bride. Where all the trees are blending Their songs in chorus sweet. And gleeful springs mate music For merry dancing feet; Where strains of love keep sounding, As nowhere else are heard. Until with wild, sweet longing. The heart is wildly stirred. Ah. could I reach that country. And there forget all psin, And cease from every sorrow, Ee blithe and free agala! Ah ! in that land of gladnesa. In dreams I ofteu roam. Then comes the morning sunlight Tis gone, like lightest foam. Albany Journal OARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Bailroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroic and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. Embracing a Full and Accurate Accemat of the Secret Journey to tbe Heart of the Confed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 December 1887

obmhvL mural 'vc1?- sck'" --' -- --,jr - . VOL. XVUX-NO. 33. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1887. WHOLE NO. 917. m COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Oash Capital $75,000. DlKKCrOHS: I.KAN DEH GERHARD, PreVl. GEO. W. HULST. Vice PreVt. JUKI UK A. REED. K. H. HENRV. J. K. TASKER, Caslii-r. Baak of tteponlt, IMNCoaml wlmA Eichange. Collection Promptly Wade 11 Pol at. Pay latere! o Time Oepo It. COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital ,Stok, SI 00,000. OFFICERS: A. ANDERSON. Pres't. O. W. SHKKDON, Vic-.- Pres't. O. T. KOKN, Trens. ROBERT U HUG, Sec. -o -52-Will receive time deposits, from SI. 00 and any amount upward, and will wiy the cus tomary rate of interest. o S$rYWpartirul.irIj draw your attention to our facilities for making loan on retd entitle, at the lowest rate of interest. STitj, School and County Bonds, and in dividual securities are lxumht. lrtjniie'sOy FOR THE -CALL ON A. & M.TURNER Or C W. HIBLEK, Traveling Salcma. JafThese organs are first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 December 1887

I J 15 m r I 1' 3 t L $. .6 I?5 ras 4Pj ft ft! pn i H" M'l .1 3i fi i i ,j i v 'm f teJi ' i 1 t 9 li f. LS-I CalttmTms journal Entered at tho Post-office, Columbus, Neb., aa second-class mail matter. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY M. K. TURNER & CO., Columbus, Wel. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, by mall, imstage prepaid, j. Bii months. q Three months Payable in Advance. -Specimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO SUBSCRIBERS. When subscribers change their plf resi dence they should at once notify ns by lteror iiostal canLcivinK both their former and their StlifficeT-the first enable ns to readily find the name on our maihiw list, from which, beinn in type, we each week print, either ou the wrapper or on tho niacin of jour. Journal, the date to which your subscription is paid or ac counted for. Omittances should be made either by money-order, registered letter or droit, payable to the order of & TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications, to secure attention, must be accompani...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 December 1887

. 4 I ' 4: -a i T Columbus gourual. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7. 1SS7. fcSSSS3g A. iK. TIME TABLE. Pass. Freight. leaves Columbus Hell wood David City Seward Arrives at Lincoln i 8:20 a. m. 4:15 j. m. 52K G:10 " 8:45 " 8:13 " J.-U7 " 10.-0.-i " 11:15 " :il:Ti " The passenger leaves Lincoln at SSji. in., and arrive at Columbus 70 p. m; the freight leaven Lincoln at 7.-00 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at J.-) p. nu UNION PAC1FICT1ME-TABLE. OOINO KAST. Atlantic Ex. XiH a. in. Om. local " 8iS " Chicago ' 2:45 p. m. No. 21 Fr't... 3Sl5l. in. (lOIMl WEST. Pacific Ex. 11:15 P m. Denver " CCi o. III. (J. 1. local. . 8:10 " No. '.a Fr't . 4:25 " NOKKOLK MUNCH. I'diii. arrives. l"i p. in. Fr't " 10:50 " LcW Vet.. . 8:15 p. in. 8:00 a. in. Leaves. ALBION BRANCH. Arrives I'M p. m. , leaves 3:10 p. in. The, mixed train on the Albion branch con nects at Oenoa with a mixed train for lullerton and (Vdar Itapidn. J. It. Mkuihkh, Agent. oriefn oticts. jj--All notices nnder this heading will le charged at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 December 1887

t-v". V lif i L &i m ;1 ft DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Bailroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroic and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. Embracing a Full and Accurate Account of the Secret Journey to the Heart of the Confederacy, the Capture of Hallway Train In a Confederate Camp, the Terrible Chase That Followed, and the Subsequent Fortune of the Leader and His 1'arty. The cxj.edition, in the daring of its inception, bad the wilduess of a romance; while in the gigantic and overwhelming results it sought and was likely 10 obtain it was absolutely Bublime. Judge Advocate Gz.vf.ral How's Official Rk- POBT. It was all the deepest laid scheme, and on the grandest scale, that ever emanated from the brains of any huhiIrt of Yankees combined. The Soxtheex Confkderacv (Atlanta, Ga.), April 13. lhGi Despite its tragic termination, it uhows what a handful of brave men could undertake in Amer ica. CoXTE DE I'ABW' HlSTORT OF THE ClVTt. WAR in' America, vol. -', p. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 December 1887

c (fMumte COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1887. WHOLE NO. 918. VOL. XVIIL-NO. 34. Iflttrnm. i e 3 r ) LV. r i- s irZ& i A h T-w COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Cash Capital $75,000. DIHKCTORS: LKANDKRUKRRARD, Pres't. GKO. V. IIU1-ST. Vice I'n-i't. JULIUS A. RKK1. it. 11. HKNRY J. K. TASKKR, Caihier; Balk 1" lepoII, IMconi Lad Eiclt:e. Collection Promptly Made all Pol mix. Pay latere! Time Oepow ll. "' COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, $100,000. OITH'KKS: A. ANDERSON, Pn-'t. O. W. SHELDON. Vic- IV.-s't. O. T. ROKN. Tn-su. ROBERT UHLIG. Sw. t2rU'ill receive time deo-.itK, fnim $1.00 nml any amount upward, and will pay the cus tomary rate of interest. o JSJ-WV particularly draw your attention to our facilities for makinu heme on real etate, at the loit-t Rite of interest. - o Zlgri'Uy, School anil County HomK an J in dividual wemitic an- lioiiplit. lfijune Ny FOR THE CALL A. & M.TURNER Or . W. KIBLER, Traveling; Jnleia. JjBTnem organ- a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 December 1887

o Rj ..- b ., m c it Iumfaxs f oitroal. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second-class mail matter. ISSUED EVEBT WEDNESDAY BT M. K. TURNER & CO., Columbus, Ne"l. TKBM8 OF SUBSCBirnON: One year, by mail, iwhtape preiaid, $2.00 Hix months, jq Three months, Payable in Advance. SySpeciinen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO 8GBSCBIBEBB. WhensubriheTs change their P1.""58: dence they should at once notify ns by letter or Viostal raid, giving both their former and their lt'pofficef-the first. enables toreadUy find the Tname on our mailuw. list, from which, betaK in type, weeach week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin of your. JoCBSAfc, the date to whicli your subscription is paid or ac connted for. Remittances should" be made eitlier by money-order, registered letter or draft, payable to the order of & TO COBBESPOKDENTS. ' All communications, to secure antjonmnst be accompanied by the full .name of the writer. We reserve the right to reject any njanusc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 December 1887

Br--, 9 Sk. K '- Jf &ohxmbxx$ 0nruaL WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 1887. A. iS. TIME TABLE. Pass. , Freight. Leaves Columbus SiMa.m. 4:5i.m. Bellwood 8:I3 " 5:25 " David City I SW " 6:10 " Seward 10:0.-. " 8:15 " Arrive at Lincoln ll:15 " 11:45 fm .... 1.....a T.inMiln at 3Ti!i n TTl.- HT1I1 arrive at Columbns 70 p. m; the freiKht leaves Lincoln at 7:00 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at J.-WO p. m. UNION PACIFIC TIME-TABLE. OOINO EBT. Atlantic Ex. I:0S a. m it. 1ih1 " 823 " OOISO WEST. Pacific Ex. 11:13 p in. Denver 1:55 i. m. Ni. 24 Fr't . S-S5 p. m.lNo.23 Fr't.. 4:25 Chicago " 2:41 p. m. (i. 1. local. . H:iu OUFor.K BKAXCII. Phxs. arrie 155 p. m.Ltsavi. . Fr't " 1050 " ILeae. . ... 8:15 p.m. .. 800 a.m. ALBION BRANCH. Arrives 150 p. m. I Leaven 2:10 p. . The mixed train on the Albion branch con nects at Genoa with a niixed train for hullerton and Cedar Rapids. J. It. Mmoheb, Apent. Sorictn Notices. SSfAU notices under thin heading will ! charged at the rate of $2 a year. A LEBANON LODGE...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 December 1887

-S.--V f w DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Bailroad Baid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroic and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. Embracing a Tull and Accurate Account of the Secret Journey to the Heart of the Confederacy, the Capture of a Railway Trarn in a Confederate Camp, the Terrible Chase That Followed, and the Subsequent Fortunes of the Ieadr and His Party. The expedition, in the daring of its inception, bad the wilduess of a romance; while in the gigantic and overwhelming results it sought and was likely to obtain it was absolutely sublime. Judge Advocate General Holt's Official R fobt. It was all the deepest laid scheme, and on the grandest scale, that ever emanated from the brains of any number of Yankees combined. The Soctiierx Confederacy (Atlanta. Ga.), April 13. lfcfci. Despite its tragic termination, it shows what a handful of bra e men could undertake in Amer ica. Comtede Paris' History of the Ovu. Wab in America, oL 2, p. 1ST. By WILLIAM PITTENGER, ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 December 1887

. '- m Coltimom 0ttrtiaL -.. & r VOL. XVIII.-NO. 35. COLTJMBTTS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, DECE1MBER 21, 1887. WHOLE NO. 919. 5t K 8bt . ,COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Cash Capital $75,000. DIRECTORS: LKANDEReERRARD, PrtM't. G EO. W. H ULST, Vice Pres't. JULIUS A. REED. R. II. HENRY. J. 14. TASKER, CntUir. Baik of Deponlt- IHmeu mad Exchaase. CellectleBN Promptly Made all Polaut. Pay latereMt on Tine Wepea Ita. 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank, LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, 8100,000. OFFICERS: A. ANDERSON. Pres't. O. W. SHELDON, Vico Pres't. O. T. ItOEN, Trvas. ROBERT UHLIG, Sec. o (y Will receive time deposits, from $1.00 and any amonnt upwards, and will poythe cus tomary rate of interest. - l HTWe particularly draw jour attentionto our facilitien fur uiakiuK loans on real esUitei at the lowest rate of interest. EBCity, School and County Bonds, and in dividual securities are bought. lrtjune'stJy FOR THE CAM. OS A.&M.TURNER Or . W. KIIKL.ER, Traveling; KalmmaB. jyThese orga...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 December 1887

-? r j. O j" c I i i I f I J t 5 . l; 1 h; J J re ra !t t l' M HI h .3' 5 is gtf . ? & ISf 5f ; flluttrfms gaunta! Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Nob., as second-class mail matter. ISSUED EYEHT WEDNESDAY BY M. K. TURNER & CO., Columbus, NeT. TERMS OF SCBhCBlPTION: Ono year, by mall, postage prepaid, $2.00 Six months. ,'"J Three months, Paj able in Advance. JSy-Specimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO SUBSCniBEBS. When subscribers change theirfplace of resi dence they should at onco notify us by letter or postal card, giving both their former and thur present post-office the first enables us to readily find the name on our mailing list, from wnich, being in type, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin of your Jouenai 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 v M. K. TUBNEB & Co. TO COBBESPOKDEXTS. All communications,...

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