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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 December 1887

i3 ' (&olnmbns mmtal. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1837. jz&&MM A. &. TIME TABLE. Pat. Freight. Laves Columbus Bollwood David City Moarnrl 8:20 a.m. 8:13 " 9.07 " 4:15 i.m. cao " fi:45 " 105 " Arrives ttt Lincoln 11:15 " 11:15 " to A 1- T.innnln nt 3?!i5 n. m.. and arrives at Columbus 7.-00 p. m; the freight leaves Lincoln at 7.00 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at 2:00 p. in. UNION PAC1FICTIME-TABLE. ooino east. I . gro,"y"- m Atlantic Ex. 1:01 a. m.'Pacific- Ex. 12:10 a. m. Chicago " 11:15 a. in. Overl"Hyer .5:20 p. m. No 2 Fr't... 90 a. m.iNo.23 Fr't. 1:05 p. m: xonroLK AND OMMI LOOU raM. arrive ...... - am " aves for Omaha S,n"iS' " arrives from Omaha .M:iup. in. " leaves for Norfolk o-1-' P in- MIXED FOR NORFOLK. Leaves Arrives ..7:15 a. in. .10 AW p.m. ALBION AM CEDAB IUPIH9. Pan, arrives. . " leaves Mixed leaves . Mixed arrives . .90 a. m. .825 p. in. .9:15 a.m. .5:15 p. ui. OMAHA LOCAL. LeavfS.. Arrives ..1:13 a. in. .6:30 p. in. gochfn Notices. JS'-All notices niuler ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 December 1887

M ei I B: Hi! It M In, M i? c- J 1. . 1 4 eh n i 1 . DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Eailroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroic and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. Embracing a Full and Accurate Account or the Secret Journey to the Heart of the Confederacy, the Capture of a Katlway Traht In a Confederate Camp, the Terrible Chase That Followed, and the Subsequent Fortunes of the "Lead and Ilis Party. ' The expedition, in the daring of its inception, bad the wilduess of a romance; while in the gigantic and oven helming results it sought and was likely to obtain it was absolutely sublime. Judge Advocate Gk.sehai. How's Official Re port. It was all the deepest laid Bcheine, and on the grandest boale, that ever emanated from the brains of any number of Yankees combined. The Southern Confederacy (Atlanta. Ga.), April 13. lSfii Despite its tragic termination, it slions what a handful of bravo men could undertake in Amer- iCa--COMTE DE l'AIUS' HISTORY OK THE ClYIL WA...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 December 1887

(Kotolm Itfttrnal . - t v ' -. VOL. XVIII -NO. 36. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1887. WHOLE NO. 920. r ' .COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Cash Capital $75,000. DIRECTORS: LKANDER GERHARD, Fres't OKO. W. HULST, Yioo Pnw't. JULIUS A. IlKED. R. H. HENKY. J. K. TASKEH. CWiiwr. Baik ef Iepoit, IMhcokb: aad EickaBRe. Callectloaa Promptly JIade all PoIntH. Pay ImierM( ob Time Oepes Ite. 274 COLUMBUS Savings Bank. LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. Capital Stock, 8100,000. OFFICERS: A. ANDERSON, Prea't. O. W. SHELDON. Vice Pn't. O. T. ROEN, Treas. ROBERT UHLIU. Sec. o Vill receive time deiosits, from $1.00 and any amount upwards, and will pa the cus toumry rate of interest. GBWe particularly draw jour attention to our facilities for making loans on real e-tute. sit the lowest rate of interest. o tCity, School and County Bonds, and in dividual securities are Ixiiight. lf.june'5 FOR THE WESTERN COTTAGE ORGAN CALL ON A.&M.TURNER Or U. W. HIBLER, TraTeliaK" Malewmaai. HfTljesa orgnna ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 December 1887

I 2 I'-- ra u 1 . I 51 .1 m hi i-i-j M ht 1 olmutjus gjrurttal. Entered at the Post-office. Columbus. Neb., as second-class mail matter. ISSUED EVEHY WEDNESDAY BY M. K. TUiilSrER & CO., ColumbuB, Kel. TKUMS OF SOBSCnimON: One year, by mall, postage prejwiid,. Six months.. Throo months ....$2.00 .... 1.00 . .. .50 Payable in Advance. ZST Specimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO SUBSCKIBEBS. When subcriiers change their place of rei dence they should at onco notify us by letter or ooh-tal card, giving both their former and their SntoSflicef-Uu, fitbt enalilM us to readdy find the name on our maihnB list, from which, being in type, we each week print, either on the wrapper or on the margin of your JOUBSAL, Uie date to which your subscription iswid or ac counted for. HemiUanceo should bo made either by money-order, registered letter or (trait, payable l the order of , M. K. Tcknbb Si. Co. TO COBBESPOXDESTS. All communications, to secure ntUntion, must lie ucoompaniud by the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 December 1887

.1 olumbus gonrual WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1S37. A. AN. TIMETABLE. Pas-. SiS) a. ra. it.13 " ,10:07 " JllA". " . I 12:15 " Freight. 4:T) i. m. 5SK " I 6:10 " I 8:45 " 11:15 " leaves (Vdnmbus Ilellftood David ('it J " Seward Arrives at Lincoln. ... The iwif-enser leaves Lincoln at :.. p. m., and arrives at Columbus 7:00 p. m; the freight leave Lincoln at 7.-00 a. in., and arrives at t olumbns at UAW p. m. UNION PACIF1CTIME-TABLE. OIM KKST. t OOLVOWEST. Atlantic Er. 41 a. m. Pacific Ex. liBil 4A a. m. i-aciuL- i-i. '-'" 11-13 a. in. Over'd"Fler' 3:33 p. m. . y.-OOa. m.iNo. 2:1 Fr't 4.-03 p. m. Chicago No. 21 Fr't. NORFOLK ND OMH LOC VL. Pas', arri vi . . ... " leavei for Omana . . . " arrives from Omaha . " leave for Norfolk 9:10 a. m. '.:15a- m. S:10p. in. 3:13 p. in. mhcki) Kon xouroi.K. loavM Arrives ,.7:ir. iu in. .10:00 p. m. ALBION ANI CKDUUlU'IDS. I'RaH. arrive " leiuer.... Mixed leaver. . Mixed nrriv ..":00a. m. . iii. in. . ..11:45 a. m. ..5:15 p, in. OMMll IOOAL. !aves Arrivo .....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 December 1887

v m m u i 5 q M k-f u H i-i ,vi rf IH .. - I . I ': Is: fe n h if 'T I' tf 5 It 5 U I i?. Ifri !. I'i ' ifi la I'; I Itff! (J ITS I 31 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 tbe Heart of tUe Confederacy, the Capture of m Hallway Train In a Confederate Camp, the Terrible Chase That Followed, and the Subsequent Fortune of the Loader and His Tarty. Tbe expedition. In the daring of Its inception, had the wilduess of a romance; while in the Rigantic and overwhelming results it sought and was likely to obtain it was absolutely sublime. JCDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL HOLT'S OFWCUL RE PORT. It was all the deepest laid scheme, and on the grandest scale, that ever emanated from tbe brains of any number of Yankees combined. Toe Soothers Confederacy (Atlanta. Ga.), April 15. 180J. Despite its tragic termination. It shows what a handful of brave ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 January 1888

? tf m Msmtml -$? '-3i y- 7 W -r .or VOL. XVIII.-NO. 37. COLUMBTXS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1888. WHOLE NO. 921. ohmhm COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Otsh Capital $75,000. DIRECTORS: LKANDER GERHARD. Pre'L GEO. W. IIUL8T, Vice Pre-'L JULIUS A. REED. K. II. HEXUY. J. E. TASKKS, Cashier. Bank of Ipo.It IMce ad Eicliance. CllcctloBM Promptly Made nil PIm. lay iMtereNf o Tl la It. OF COLUMBUS, NEB. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. OFFICERS: C. H. SHELDON. Pres't. w. a. McAllister, vice Prea. ROBERT UHUO, Cashier. DANIEL 8CIIRAM, Ass't Cash. DIRECTORS: J. P. BECKER. H. 1. H. OEHLRICH. JONAS WELCH. CARL REINKE. This Bank transacts a regular Banking Busi ness, will allow interest on time deposits, make collections, buy or sell exchange on United States and Europe, and buy and sell available securities. o We 6hall be pleased to receive your business. We solicit your patronage. We guarantee satis faction in all bueinese intrusted in our care. dec2S-S7 FOR THE CALL OX A.& M.TURNER Or . IV...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 January 1888

irftittrfriis gmtmal Entered at the Post-office, Colnmbns, Neb., aa second-class mail matter. ISSUED EVEBY WEDNESDAY BY M. K. TURNER & CO., Columbus, Neb. TEKM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, by mall, postage prepaid,. Biz months. Three months ...$2.00 ... 1.00 ... .50 Paj able in Advance. J-Spocimen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO 3UBSCBIBEBS. When subscribers change their place of resi dence tbey bhonld at once notify us by letter or postal card, giving both their former and their present post-office, the first enables ns to readily find the name on onr mailing list, from which, being in tyie, we each week print, either ou the wrapper or on the margin of your JoUBSAI., the date to -which your subscription it paid or ac counted for. lteniittances fchould be inade cither by money-order, regibUred letter or draft, payable to the order of 1 M. K. Tubneb & Co. TO COBBESPOXDEXTS. All communications, to becure attention, must I. acc4iminied by the full name of the writer. We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 January 1888

't 9 r i . 1 t u olumbus Quintal. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1888. A. AN. TIME TABLE. Paiw. Freight. IAVAb Columbus Bfllwxl David City Seward Ariiveoitt Lincoln t:2l)a.m. :4S " van " ma " 12:15 " 4:45 1. m. 525 6:10 " H:45 " 11:45 " Tiit? paeenger leaves Lincoln at Sij-.p. m., and arrives at Coluinbus 70 p. m; the fright leaven Lincoln at 7dM a. m.. and arrives at Lolumbus at 2.-03 ii. m. UNION PACIFIC TIME-TABLE. nOISO VAST i OOISOWEST. AtlauSS Ex. iVa. m.lPaciGc E. 120 a in. Chicago " 11:43 a. m. OverVT'Flyer 8 p. w. slJtvr'l... frUOa. m.JNo.St Frt.. 4KC p. m. XORKOl.K ASH OK(m LOOIU. Pass, arrivra - " laave for Oinaha " arri en from Oinaha . leaven for Norfolk . . 9:10 a. in. . . ..4:15 u. in. . . . .S:lli p. in. 3:15 p.m. MIS El) FOB NOHKOl.K. leaves.. Arrive. ..7:15 u. m. 104JU p. in. U.BION ASI CK.IMR HAPII)-. I'm, nrrites " leaver .Mixixl lfits UixHil arrives .... ....9.O0k. in. . . ":25p. in. ... 9:45 h. in. 5:15 1 1, in. OMAHt lAK-'M- l.tvive-.. Aii!vm- ...4:la. m. . .630 p. m. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 January 1888

o DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Eailroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroic and Tragic Episode cf the Civil War. Embracing n Full and Accurate Accoant or the Secret Journey to the Heart of the Confederacy, the Capture of a Kallway Trarn in a Confederate Camp, the Terrible Chase That Followed, and the Subsequent Fortune of the Ieadr and Hi Party. The expedition, in the daring of its inception, had the Viiduess of a romance; while in the pigantic and overwhelming results it sought and was likely xo obtain it was absolutely sublime. Jcdgc Advocate Gsxcrur. Holt's Omcw Re port. It traa all the deepest laid scheme, and on the grandest scale, that ever emanated from the brains of any number of Yankees combined. The Socthers CoSyEDERiCT (Atlanta. Oa.), April 13, 1SG2. Despite its tragic termination, it shows what a handful of brave men could undertake it Amer ica. Comede Paws' IIistokt or the Cmi. War in America, vol. 2, p. 167. 3y WILLIAM PITTENGEB, A MEMBER OF T....

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 January 1888

"" t t'ffllP jjrtfA" ff- Immral. . J, .kS J -- COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1888. WHOLE NO. 922. VOL. XVin.-NO. 38. I COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Oash Capital $75,000. DIRECTORS: LElNDKUOEBBABDPrart. ---GEO. W. HUL8T. Vice PWt. JULIUS A. REED. R. H. HENRY. J. K TABKKR, Cashier. mak or lepeIt, Isce ud ExchumRre. CellectloBM Pramptly Made all Pelats. Pay laterewA ob TIbb aes lu. -OF- COLUMBUS, NEB. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. OFFICERS: C. H. SHELDON, Pres't. W. A. MCALLISTER, Vice Pres'. ROBERT UHLIG. Cashier, DANIEL 8CHRAM. Ass't Cash. DIRECTORS: J. P. BECKER. H. P. M. OEHLRICH. JONAS WELCH, CARL RK1NKK. This Bank transacts a regular Banking Busi ness will allow internet on time deposits, make collection, buy or tell exchange on United States and Europe, and bu and sell aailable securities. - o We shall be ila-i to receive jour business. We solicit jour pntronaKe. We guarantee satis faction in all business intrusted in our care. dec2A7 FOR THE WESTERN COTTAGE ORGAN CALL...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 January 1888

A I? li Ctflunrfws gattrnal. Entered at the Post-oEce, Columbus, Neb., as second-class mail matter. ISSUED ETEBT WEDNESDAY BT M. K. TURNER & CCX, Columbus, Net. TEnsis or subscription: One year, by mall, postage prepaid 82.00 fix months, Sj hree months M Payable in Advance. jySpeciinen copies mailed free, on applica tion. TO SUBSCBIBEKS. When subscribers change their place of resi dence they should at onco notify us by letter or postal card, giving both their former and their present postoHice, the first enables us to readily find the name on our mailing libt, from -which, being in type, ve each -week print, either on the wrapper or on tho margin of your JoUBJfAL, the date to which your subscription is paid or ac counted for. Kemittances should be made either by money-order, registered lettor or draft, payablototheonlorof V ' SI. K. TCBXEB & Co. TO cobbespondknts. All communications, to secure attention, must 1k accompanied by Uio full name of the writer. We reserve tho righ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 January 1888

" Hi iv ' Ovv rvi VK 1 0lumbus 0umal. WEDNE8DAY, JANUARY 11, 1888. A. AN. TIME TABLE. Pass. Freight. Leaves Columbus 930 a.m. 4:45p.m. Bellwood 9:3 " 5:25 " " David City 10:07 " 6:10 " Seward 115 & Arrives at Lincoln 12:15 11:45 nr Wtm Tjnroln at 3:55 n. 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. C. & L. Kramer Take this method of letting you know that their entire stock of clothing and dry goods and boots and shoes is to be closed 'out at once at prices that will sell them. Come and be convinced that we mean just what we advertise. On cloaks and overcoats as well as all win ter goods we will give large discounts. All staple goods are reduced in prices. Woolen yarn, in different colors, 5 cents per skein. Everything in the store is to be sold at once. Ck.1i. Kbawkb. The pasaengor UNION FACIFICTIME-TABLE. oorso east. I . "io'J:"- Atlantic Ex. 4:04 a. m.PMifif Ex. 12:40 a. m. Chicago - 11:45 ium'Over'd"lye...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 January 1888

DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Eailroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroic and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. Cmbracin? a Tull and Accurate Account of the Secret Journey to the Heart of tme Confederacy, the Capture of a Railway Train in a Confederate Camp, the Terrible Chase That Followed, sad the Subsequent Fortune of the leader and Hit Party. The expedition, in the daring of its inception, tad the .wilducss of a romance; whllo in the gigantic and overwhelming results it sought and was likely io obtain it was absolutely sublime. Judge Advocate Oekkral Holt'u Official Ra- fOBT. It was all the deepest laid scheme, and on the grandest scale, that ever emanated from tho brains of any number of Yankees combined. THE SoCTilERX COVFEDEUACT (ATLANTA. GA.), April 15. 16Gi Oespito its tragic termination, it shows what a handful of brave men could undertake in Amer ioa. Coxte de Paius' History ok the Crra. Wab Cf America, vol. a, p. 1S7. By WTT.T.TATvr PITTENGER, A M...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 January 1888

M. Cokmtas ottrn&t " - -& - f w J ' VOL. XVIIL-NO. COLUMBUS STATE BANK. COLUMBUS, NEB. Cash Capital $75,000. DlUECl'OrW: LEN DER G KKRAKD. Pres'tl GEO. W. HULST. Vice PreVt. JULIUS A. REED. It. H. HENRY. J.E.TA8KILR. Chier. Bank r Iseposltt Mscsmsa.t Had EirhaBge. Collectio-aw Promptly Mae nil PolBtM. Pay iHlerext Time Ise"- ItN. 74 or COLUMBUS, NEB. CAPITAL STOCK. $50,01)0. OFFICERS: 11. SHELDON, l'r't. W. A. .MCALLISTER. Vice 1'reV. RORERT UHL1G, Cashier, DANIEL SCH1UM. .Wt C:ih. DIRECTORS: J. V. HECKER, II. '. H. OEIILR1CH. JONAS WELCH, CARL REINKE. - o -This Bank transacts n regular Hunking Busi ness, wiH allow iuU-n-M nu time deposit, make collt-ftiourt, buy or ell fxcliauge tin United Wales and Enrol, stud bii anil sell available securities. -o - WeshullU pleased to r-ceive our business. We solicit your pitn.uase. We guarantee satis faction iu all Im-Muit intrusted in tmr fare, dec-"; &z2iet& FOR THE CALL OK- A.&M.TURNER Or . W. KIBLEB, TravcllBK Sales-seam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 January 1888

eJ ft O 03 o o : olnmbnsgonvnzl. Entered at the Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second-class mail matter. ISSUED KTXBT WEDNESDAY ST K. TURNER & CO., M. Columbus Neb. TEBMS OK 6UB8CMPTIOS: One year, by mall. postajce prepaid. Six months. Thrnn months .... .......--"" ...fiOO ... 1.00 ... .50 Pajable in Advance. .,. k-Specimen oopirt mailed free, on appUca tion. TO SCBBCBIBEES. When subscriber- change their P6."".1: aencn they should at once notify us by lerog oo"tal card, giving both their former and the Ernffice.-the firt enables us to readdy find theMme on our mailing lut. from u betas in typ. we each prmt, e.t her m the wrapiwr or on the manrin of your. JotJHN At, tne date T to which your subscription is oaid orac counted for. Remittance should be made either by money-order. regiotered letter or draft, paj able to tb ordur of & Cq TO COBBKSPONDKXTS. All communications, to secure fntfn, must ba accomiiniod by the fall name of the writer. V rewrve tho right to reject any "Sj...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 January 1888

x l umbusffottrttal. EDNESDAY, JAXUAKY 11. 1668. A. AS. TIMETABLE. Pas. Freight. i olutnbna 9!0 a. m. ellwood 9:4S fevidCity 10KTI sward 11)6 I Lincoln 12:15 4:15 p. m. 525 " 6:10 " 8:45 " 11:45 " enser leaves Lincoln at S.p.m.. and n.1mkne 7l r m; Hie freight 10HT69 7.-00 a. m., and arrives at Colombo at S'lON PACIFIC TIME-TABLE. EEx. 141 "a. m. Pacific Ex. 12:40 a. m. -. . u i nmwn xtkht. 11:45 a. m. uvera riyer jiw i'. ft . 9:00 a. m.INo. 23 frt. p. m. NOBFOLK AND OMAHA. LOCAL. rives - ....9:10 a.m. 9:15 a. m. ....8:10 p.m. ....8:15" p.m. rciforOinalia. .. ives from Oinaha . ?e for Norfolk MIXED TOR NORFOLK. 7:15 a.m. 10.00 p. m. ALBION AND CEDAK EAPID8. l-e .0:00 a. m. 823 p.m. ....9:45 a.m. ...5:15 p.m. aves . teae- . arrive . OMAHA LOCAI.. 4:13 a. m. .8:30 p. m. ochhj joints. All notice umlr thin heading will lw ut me rax oj s- r. I.KUANON LODGE No. M. A.F.4A. M. Kegular me?tinirs -Jd weuneauay iu j. mouth. All bruthrun invited to attend. .1. E. Nobth. W. M. "ooLUtox, Sec'y. -...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 January 1888

I I. d M 1 M -1 'i i i DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Eailroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Heroic and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. mid shots were bcniii rtrat rapidly, while loud commands and screams were min gled. I feared that many of our number were or soon would be killed. Then I left the window and went to the front room passing uoianess ana success. Porter and TJensingcr led at the back door. The former grabbed the gnu of n guard that stood near, and jerked so hard fell flat, but was on his feet in a moment. whc.re the Pnera of war were and to Bensmger caught the sentinel who waj disarmed and held him perfectly quiet. Another enemy was in the corner of the I vara, anu, seeing inu iush, wuuui uu Embracing a Tull and Accniate Account of tlie Secret Journey to the Heart of the Confederacy, the Capture of a. Hallway Trsrw In a Confederate Cainp, the Terrible Chase That Followed, and the Subsequent Fortune il the L.eaJr and His l'arty. TtaeesiMilition, i...

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. — 25 January 1888

. v-- lottrnaL Ctflttmte m j-a taJ . " j& -Ji.- .. 5. v "is; , VOL. XVIII.-NO. 40. COLUMBUS STATE BAM. COLUMBUS, NEB. Cash Capital $75,000. DIRKCTOH8: LKANDEB GERHARD, Pres't. GEO. W. HUL8T, Vice Pres't. JULIUS A. HKKD. H. H. HKNRY. J. E. TASKKR. Ca-hlr. .ale r Oepexrft, Eichaace. IMacoM CaUectlsM mil IIta. is Promptly Ma4e rmy Iatereat Time Ie.- Ita. 2T4 CQMMMLM -OF- COLUMBUS, NEB. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. OFFICERS: C. H. SHELDON. Pres't, W. A. MCALLISTER, Vice Pres. ROBERT UHL1Q, Cashier. DANIEL BCHRAM, AMt Cash. DIRECTORS: J . P. BECKER. H. P. H. OKHLBICH. JONAS WELCH. CARLKKINfcE. H. M. WINSLOW. This Bank transacts a regular Banking Busi ness, will allow interest on time deposits, make collection, buy or Bell xchange on United States and Europe, aud buy and. sell available securities. VonUuUbeilefi;d to reoive your buaine. We solicit your patronage. We guarantee satis faction in all business intrusted in our care. dcc28J7 FOR THE WESTERN G0TTA6B QRGAK CALL OX A.&M.TURNER ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 25 January 1888

i I i 1 N i II Columbus gauma! Entered at tho Post-office, Columbus, Neb., as second-class mail matter. M. ISSUED EVZBT WEDNESDAY BY K. TURNER & CO., Columbus, Neb. TEBM 8 OP SUBSCBIPTIOJJ: One year, by mall, postage prepaid, $2.00 Six months. i-JJj Three months M Payable in Advance. jySpecimen copies mailed free, on application. TO SUB8CBIBEBS. 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 post-office, the first 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 Joubxal, the date to which your subscription is paid or ac counted for. Kemittances should be made either by money-order, registered letter or draft, payable to the order of M. K. Tubnek 4 Co. TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications, to secure attention, must bo accompanied by the full name of the writer. Wo reserve the r...

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