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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 3 January 1883

ex M v. V . THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 3, 1883. Zttirtl t tko TuteSci, Cckafca. He., J ii eUu sitter. TUANKSQl VINO. When the orchards with blossoms were blush ing. The willows unrolling: their leaves. And the fields with the tender vrneat flushing: That soon would be waring- with sheaves. Not then went tho toiler to labor. The task of subduing the earth. With the sound of tho pipe and the tabor. With anthems of Joyance and mirth. Hor yet when processional flowers Passed on tbrongh the light or the gloom, When tho vivid and picturesque hours Laaghed out in a splendor of bloom. When the oriole, royal and golden. Flashed forth like a gem in the sun, Btill man by stern duty was bolden, Not yet was the vlotory won. When the vines on the trellis were burdened With clusters all purple and sweet; When the hand of the worker was guerdoned With bouutyof harvests complete; When wide over mountain aud valley The banneri of autumn, unfurled In a vast and magnificent rally. Shed lustre and pom...

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. — 10 January 1883

, T?HE JOURNAL. IfcSUKP EVEIIY WEDSItoUlY, .M. Iv. TURNER &- CO., PronrietorE and Publisher. KATES OP AOTEMTIMIIVC;; JSTBuslness and professional cards of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. 13 For time advertisements, apply at this office. "tSTLagal advertisements at statue rates. J3TTot transient advertising, sea rates on third page. E3TA11 advertisements payable monthly. 130FFIGE, Eleventh St.. up stairs in Journal Building. . T kk. ms: Per year ... Six month Three mouth Single copies . $' OO . 1 OO SO OS VOL. XIII.--N0. 87. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10, 1883. WHOLE NO. 661. (The muvmm k - t ' ) i ' t 'V. .a) n f I F J 1 ir I 1 BUSINESS CAKD3. piOKrVEMU; SBlXITAS, - A TTORNE YS-A 'I -LA W, Up-atairs in Gluck Building, 11th street, Above the New hank. XT J. IIVUNO.I, NUT AMY PUBLIC. 12th Street, 2 doora i-t of lUmmond House, Columbus, Neb. 49l-y rR. 31. M.-IHEIKST'O:, JIESJDENT DENTIST. Oflice over corner of 11th anil North-?t. All operation- first-class- and...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 January 1883

tfiJtttftiMl lh 11 l!S THE JOURNAL- WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, IKS. The New York city debt is about $9G,000,000. There are four Browns in the Ne braska state senate. Diphtheria is taking off its youth ful victims at Mattoon, 111. The public debt reduction for De cember will be $13,000,000. The U. S. patent office received this year over a million dollars. A new banking firm has recently been formed at West Point. During the year 1882. 6,476 vessels from foreign ports arrived in New York. The past year, Peoria's production ot whisky amounted to 12,000,000 gallons. Bed Cloud rocently visited his grand children in Hampton Normal schools. The London police force now con sists of 12,000 men, not counting special officers. The number of farms in the United States has increased 51 percent, in the past ten years. President Arthur moved last week into the White House from the soldiers' home. Ox the 1st of January '83, the stand ard silver dollar in circulation amount ed to $38,908,238. A railroad l...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 January 1883

i y V ? A V ' I 's V X V y - THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY .TAX. 10, 1883. Columbus Pest OSce. Open ou Sundavs lremll a.m. to 12m. and from 4:30 to 6 p. M. Business hours except Sunday 6 A.fM. to 6 p. M. Eastern mails close at'll a.'m. Western mails close at 4 :15 p.m. Alail leaves Columbus for Lost Creek, Genoa, St. Edwards, Albion, Platte Center, Humpbrev, Madison and Nor folk, eerv day ("except Sundays) at 4:3 p. m. " Arrives at 10:5.r. For Shell Creek and Creston, arrives at 12 M. Leaves 1 P. L, Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays. For Alexis, Patron and David City, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, IP. m Arrives at 12 m. For Conkling Tuesdays and Saturdays 7 a. m. Arrive. C rt. m same davs. B. & M. TIME TABLE. Leaved Columbus 5:45 a m. Bellwood 6:30 7.20 7:46 8:25 8:55 ?:30 9:50 10:15 David City, -Garrison, Ulysses, Staplehurst, Seward, .... Ruby, u a Milford. Pleasant Dale, 10:45 Emerald 11:10 " Arrives at Lincoln, 11:45 M. Leaves Lincoln at 2:25 p. M. and ar rives in Columbus 8:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 10 January 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 1SS3. Esterti a: c!u: -v.'.::. kg, P zaizs. Sei.. ai t:? Zm' FARMEfllS wife. Up Jn the morninir at hraW of d -w Tiie nlc your nnuTu. is U For every season some duty Anil with care xud toil cic Through the irlgjfcome. budd prior. cfThr wrb theTSJ'W nttis when DIOS- soms irloiv. TnrouEh the sututuo, rick with fruit of gold. No rest con this busy housewife know. Up In the morning, yet naught to her Is the iHowiiisr. rosy-tinted east: And naught are the r. .bin's rinsrln? notes. As he calls h!s mite to the cnerry-feast. The bnjok iroes siintfnjr on its way. Ttre bree'.e is balmv. the wod are irreen. But morn comes early, aud eve coaiea late, And Care und Duty lie between. Up liithemorning no farmer waits For a lureard wife when the fields are re4; And after "the haying" the rra!n U npc. And the corn Is soon to be harvested. And the out-door work and the healthful Give such ret to the farmer's appetite There is need to boil, and bake and roast. From dawu ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 January 1883

M -f - J THE JOURNAL. 1M KH K i?KY ttl.l'NKMUY, M. 3 v. Tl'lLXEK vSo CO., Proprietors atd Publisher. XS&'UFFIVE.KlneMh St.. up 'tairs i Journal lUtilifimj. KATES OF A1VETIM1!. dTBusineu and professional cards -of five lines or less, per annum, five dollars. d For time advertisements, applr at this office. aulHrnlius t VS w - i : . XM J. TEKJ1.-: Per year Ms. illOUlbs Thiec mouths tingle copies I OO SO OS VOL: XIII.-NO. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 17, 1888. WHOLE NO. 662. it " Ittf I ) i t ff ijvn !v. K i F si 8' is. V 1 I iVy BUSINESS CAKDS. ATTORNEYS-A 'J -LA If, lT--.luiv- i: iliu-V Building. 11th street, Alii-Vi'tlie Sftt bank. xurMtY ruin l 1-th Stn-fl. -' It.rs - f HHwnionJ lliiu?, roMwifcas. AV.. vM-y D it. Jl. l.'2Ht USX., i? y;.v D en r I) aa ri r. OHi.-r o.t-r ..HII.-I "' ami Xoitli-t. All . f.-iat-i...!- til t-ela mi.l ivairmtfJ. 1I1KV.4.0 KAlCI-" SKOI'! 0 IIFNKY WOUH-. IMscn-'tt. jqy-K.M thine in first -elas-. .?''' Al-o keep ih- b -t I .-iiiar-. "" .' a i.i.sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 January 1883

Iwi THE JOURNAL. - WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17, 18S3. The floods of water last week inun dated the city of Roab, Hungary. C. A. Jacksok, route agent between Peoria and Evansville, was arrested last week for stealing registered letters. Robert Rose and Jack Morse, ot Webster county, W. Va., while asleep the other night in their house, were burned to death. Fifteen thousand persons viewed the remains of Gambetta, and more than two thousand wreaths were sent to be' placed on the coffin. A tfAN by the name of Hugh O'Don . uell confessed the other -day at Hoi ley, N. Y., that he participated in the PJioenix Park murders of Dublin. It is reported that the absconding state treasurer of Tennessee, Mr. Polk, has-been captured in Texas, and will be held' for a requisition from the governor. Four men and a woman were kill ed the other day and many persoca terribly wounded by the explosion of two boilers in a blast furnace at Beth lehem, Penn. Mud-slinging, public, and private, has begun against Gen. A....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 January 1883

-r . .it," . v V X . r i v if i 1 THE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY JAN. 17, 18-vi. t'olumbiitt I ok I OBce. Open on Sundays I rem 11 a.m. to 12m. aud from 4:30 to 6 r. M. Business hours except Sunday a. m. to 6 p. M. Eastern mails close atll A. m. V fcstem mails close se at 4 :15 p.m. nbus for Lost Creek, ards. Albion, Platte Mail leaves Columbus Genoa. St. Kdwa Center. Huinuhrev. Madison aud Nor folk, every day (except Sundays) at 4:35 p.ju." Arrives at 10:55. For Shell Creek and Creston, arrives at 12 m. Leaves 1 P. M., Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdavs. For Alexis, Patron and David City, Tuesdays, Thursday?, and Saturdays, 1 p. m "Arrives at 12 m. For Couklin:,' Tuesdays and Saturdays 7 a. in.. Arrives u i. m. same days. II. A 31. TIME TABLE. Leaves Columbus . . ... 5:45 a.m. " BeJlwoou - V:50 "' David City, 7.i0 " " Garrison, 7:40 " v" Ulvsses, 8:25 " " StapMiurst, 8:55 " " Srwnni, VM " " Ruby ':"" " " Milford J0:15 ' " IMeaan't Dale, 10:45 " " Emerald 11:10 " Arrives at Lincoln, 11:45 m...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 17 January 1883

9tii X If, K THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. IT, 1883. Xsttril t ttrr:it:fl:i, Ctlista. K- ueaa4 WINTER SOW. O, Summer has ita roses A ad U)e luugkinir Ibr ht south wist, Aud the juetry meadows lined Wita dewy, d&nciuff poaiea. But' Winter bas toe sprites And tbe witealny frosty ulffhta. O.'Pummer baa tbe splendor Of tbe oorn-iselda wide and dcop, Wbire acariet poppies sleep Anil wary sbaUows wander; Bnt'Wlnter nouls are ntre With diamonds everywhere. O, Summer has tbe wild bees. Ant tbe ringlm?, singing not In tbe robin's tuneful throat. And the ltftf-talk luthe trees; Hut Winter has tbe chime Of tbe merry Chrlstmaa time. O. Summer has tbe luster Of the sunbeams warm and brigtt, And fttlns that fall at uiht Where rueds and tithes cluster; But deep in Winter's sn.w Tue flres of Cbristmus flow. Susan llartiey, in St. A'Mtt. BEFORE AND AFTER. A Christina tnr ta Tws Cfcaftara. I. BEKOKE CHitlSTMAS. The g:rl3 ha-1 never liked Hetty.- It begau with her lirat day of school, that cool, Oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 January 1883

THE JOURNAL. ISSUKP EVERY WEBXKSIIAV, INI. Iv. TURNER fc CO., Proprietors and Publishers. i k . t . .3 (I'dlaintiM KATES OF AUVEKTISI.X,. CTBuaincss and professional cards of five linen or less, per annum, five dollars. s- For time advertisements, applv at this office. EtTLegal advertisements at statue rates iSTFor transient .advertising, see rates on third page. JSTAll advertisements payable monthly. $3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., iy .eai"r in Journal Building. terms: I'ervear -Six months 5J Three months Single copies " VOL. XIII.-N0. 39. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24,-1883. WHOLE NO. 663. Ifipil mt m r ; ft r 4 t r BUSINESS CARDS. pOKKIII Ac ii:JLITA5u ATTORXEYS-A1-LAW, rp.stalra in Uluek Building, 11th street, Above the New hank. TT J. IIIJI, ' XO TA 11 Y P UltLI C. 12th Stret-1, i iloon. went or Hammond House, Columbus, Neb. 491-y D K. M. 1- TUBBSTO.', RESIDENT DENTIST. Office over corner of 11th and Xorth-st. All operation, nnt-class and warranted. HM'AtiO KAKHKIt MIIOF! c I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 January 1883

I THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24. 18. The legislature of Maine elects Frye U. S senator. The Omaha elsctric light will start -with twenty lamps. Floods were last week prevailing throughout Germany. The legislature of North Carolina elects Ransom U. S. senator. If Virginia the thermometer this winter has been 11 below zero. The legislature of Tennessee re elects J. G. Harris U. S. senator. The Massachusetts legislature elect ed. John D. Long U.S. Senator on the fifth ballot. Ik Chicago the mm of $3,982 has been raised for the sufferers of the Rhine floods. Shelby M. Cullom was elected U. S. senator on the 17th by the legisla ture of Illinois. Recently persons who have frozen to death hare been found in the Blreeta of Moscow. DiVhthebia has disappeared from Dakota City. It was last week still epidemic at Fremont. Tee remains of Gambetla were qui etly removed the other day to Nice, at the request of relatives. Recently it is said the Omaha market is flooded with counterfeit liver halv...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 24 January 1883

-i A I . I. r w f. CV - -t r l J V7 4TT P THE JOTJBNAL. WEDNESDAY JAN. 24, 18S3. t'elnvbai Pest OBce. Open on Sundays tremll A.M. to 12m. and from 4:30 to 6 p. J. Business hours except Sunday 6 a.m. to J P.M. Eastern mails clothe at 11 A. M. Western mailw close at 4:16 P.M. Mail leaves Columbus for Lost Creek, Genoa, St. Edwards, Albion, Platte Center, Humphrey, Madison and Nor folk, everr day (except Sundays)' at 4:35 p. m." Arrives at 10:5T. For Shell Creek and Creston, arrives at 12 m. Leaves 1 P. M., Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays. For Alexis, Patron and David City, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 1 p. M. Arrives at 12 M. For Conkling Tuesdays and Saturdays 7 a, m. Arrives 6 d. m. same days. B. & M. TIME TABLE LE. .. 5:45a.M. 0:30 " 7.20 44 7:40 " 8:25 44 8:55 44 fl:80 " 9:50 " 10:15 -4 10:45 " 11:10 44 11:45 M. Leaves Columbus, 44 Bellwood 44 David City, 44 Garrison, 44 Ulysses, 44 Staplehursl, 44 Seward, 44 iluhr, 44 Milford 44 Pleasant Dale, 44 Emerald, .. ..". Arr...

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. — 24 January 1883

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24, 1883. Zstmi tfci Fsits3:t, Coisate, Sib., j nexi Out atitir. WHERE WE WERE BORN. Tou'd know tho place where we were Dam No! by the old well stauUing by, for yet by fields of waving orn Wkicb you might see in passing by, Fet you would guess it, night or morn Ike dear old place where wo were bora I You'd know it, for in all your ways, -Ob country road or village street. Through lengths and lengths of Summer days - .You never saw a place sj sweet Amours in May dews, morn or night, Wlten apple trees are blossomed white. for round and round on every side These trees in friendly g-roup'ng grow: Sou could not find, or far or wide, A pl&co so circled round, I know; Toward rising sun and closing day They stand in watchman-like array. The ancient orchard on the slope Is first to catch the warm Spring sub: Its trees are aged b?yond hope. And yet they bloaasnm every one; And such odd apples ne'er were seen. is fall upon ltd shady gr.cn. And all along the dea...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 January 1883

T.tnlin f'O THE JOURNAL. - v. . - J ' ISSt KI K KKY tti:iSKsn.Y, "M. id TVTCJZIv. fc CO., Proprietors and Publishers. KATES OP AIWEKTISIIYC;. aJiitttMiu fie MnwMi EjTBusiness and professional cards of five Hues or less, per annum, five dollars. S3? For time advertisements, apply at this office. i JSTLegal advertisements at statne rates jStTFor transient, advertising, see rates on third page! 5TA11 advertisements payable monthly. ' PERSONAL AND LITERARY. After thirtv vears of life. Uncle 13T OFFICE Eleventh St., vp -tans in '.Jotimnl Buihhuy. T K KMM Hx months Tin ce month Single copies 1 ."SO VOL. XIII.--N0. 40. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 31, 1883. WHOLE NO. 664. if 1 it f 3USIKESS CARDS. .4 TTOliXE YS-A '1 -LA W, j TTu-stair-in luck Bulletin;;, Uth street, J :,linvi' the New bank. tt j. ni:iMo:v i XUTAJiY public. I 12th Strt,i door wit or HMr.raond Hu--, ' 7...,;.c VWi. -I'M-V tipt iwv - "- 7? S7Z B.V7- Zr;.Y Tl ST. Oaice over corner ol Uth and XorlU-l. All operation,, fir-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 January 1883

!3 'ill T', v-.l 1J ! ?- 1 -i j THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31, 1883. The Texas legislature has re-elected U. S. senator Coke. Thousands of people are reported starving in Ireland. Smaix-pox still prevailed last week in the vicinity of Blair. Mr. Gladstone's health is improv ing since he went to Cannes. The legislature of Kansas has re elected Planib U. S. senator. The farmers of Cedar county are marketing their hogs in the Black Hills. The state board of agriculture has decided to pay 80 cents on the dollar in premiums. The largest gasometer at Glasgow exploded the other night, injuring eight persons. St. Louis has sent to the German flood sufferers its second contribution of 15,000 marks. Henky Babkabd, late cashier of the defunct city bank at Rocbeeter, N. Y., has been arrested. The accounts and funds of the de faulting treasurer of Tennessee, M. Q. Polk, amount to $292,427. The Qaincy house at Quincy, 111., burned the other morning. The guests escaped with great difficulty. Ho....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 January 1883

c f E JOURNAL. U'EDKE.-UAY JAN. 31, U3. ClamtmiiiPotit oa.ce. " & ' ' - ' '. -, . -. .!,.. Oil OUUUD 11 Will li A. M. VU J..1. -from '4:30: to -.6 p. m. Business. lira except Sundav Ca. m. to S p. MP tern mnil, close at 11 a. m. tern mails close at 4 :13 p.m. ! Im-Pi fli:tnhits for Lost Creek, noa. St. Edwaidfe. Albion. Platte entertUumpbreVi Madron ami lkkev'erv dav ! ("except bunday aua .Mir- ) at L1.KW K irr'il'M.-ltHUO.l. 'WWftll T-reelc and Crestoii, arrives at IJ M. Leaves 1 P. M., Tuesdays, llmr ,. 4ys and Saturdays. rfSr' Alexis, Patron and David city. JSt,. m Arrives at 12 M. Cnnkliug Tuestisys anu miui." . in. Arri c C i. m. same days. v B. & M. TIME TABLE. res Colunibu, . 5:45 a. M. G:: ' "7211 " 7:4 S:i" " S.-.V. " !:30 " 9:50 " 10:15 ' 10:45 " 11:10 " 11:45 m. Al. and ar- Bellwood .. David Citv, : ' 1 .2l t larnw)u, - Ulysses, Stapleburst, Seward, ..... Ruty. ............... Milford. Pleasant Dale, '.. Emerald, . rives at Lincoln, . . . aves lincoin at z::m v. r...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 31 January 1883

m "IN ! I i THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31, 1883. Sstirtd tb ?:itfl2:, Cdaafca. Neb., is se:i clui sitter. L. GRJCIEPS DREAM. AU through ttas day our Gnicie Had talked of Christinas j ys: What Santa Claus mfyit bnujr her Of books and. doll9 and toys; But In the night I heard her sob in her little bed. And soon I held her in mr arm And stroked her curly head. What is it? Tell me, darling. What makes my girlie weep? O mamma, dear, 1 must have dreamed, If I have boe.i asleep: But oL, it seemed so real I dreamed 'twas Christinas night, Thero ms were trimmed with evergreens And looked 30 warm and bright. " Our pretty tree was loaded With gilts for every one. And Just as we wer. iMugning At torn or papa's fun, I looked out of the window And in the street balow I saw a little, ragged girl, Her feet deep In the snow. I thought that she was looking up With eager, wondering eyes. As If the lovely Christmas tree Were such a great surprise. " She looked so aad and wistful, And I knew she must ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 February 1883

OUFOLK C..1rnkn KATES OF ADVEKTM1NG. THE JOURNAL. ISSUKO KVEKV WEDNESDAY, M. Iv. TXJR.XER cS CO., Proprietors and Publishers. JST OFFICE, Eleventh St., vjt stairs in Journal Jiuildiwj. terms: Per year Sii. months Three months Single copies .$2 OO . 1 OO SO OS VOL. XIII.-N0. 41. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1888. WHOLE NO. 665. (The impal i I . BUSINESS CAKDS. ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W, rp-stairp in Gluck Building, 11th street, Above the New bank. TT J. i2Uiso:v, NOTARY PUBLIC. 12th Street, i doors west or Hammond Home, Columbus, Neb. 491-y TK. JI. 1. TML'lWTO-, 11 ES J DENT DENTIST. Office over corner of 11th and Xorth-st. All operation lirot-clasb and warranted. plIM 4; IIAaHlUK SKOP! HEXKY WOODS, I'KOi'T.. JSTEverytbintf in first-class ttylc. Also keep the best of cijrars rfaJUp-y G i:i.lt Ac UEKUER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office on Olive .St.. Columbus, Nebraska. 2 tf r G. A. Iil'l.LHOltST, A. M., M. D., HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, JSTTwo Block, south of Court House. Telephone communica...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 February 1883

e THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 1883. In two days last week Pittsburg gent out 4,880,000 bushels of coal. W. W. Hentok, of York county, lost 125 sheep during the recent cold "spell." The produce exported from New York the paBt week was valued at $7,345,000. A C95 pound hog raised in Buffalo county, wasj shipped from Kearney the other day. A Fbench aeronaut, while making a balloon ascension, was killed by colliding with a house-top. It is claimed that one hundred thousand dollars more is needed to complete the census reports. After further investigation the pa pers at Omaha claim that the loss by by fire will foot up over $100,000. Hon. C. B. Slocumb, author of the Nebraska liquor license law, iB re ported to be dying of consumption. Jenny Lind has offered-to teach a number of free pupils in the forthcom ing Royal College of Music in Eng land. Two hundred thousanddollars will be required to cover the damage by Monday's hurricane of laBt week at Denver. "While the mercury was at 20 ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 7 February 1883

1 br" 'JZ ivc--. 'oaj. ,yv.j X s THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY FEB. T, 1&3. Coli taas Pest Ol Ice. U. to 12 M Ouen on Sundava trsmll a And from 4:30 to 6 p. M. Business hours except Sund.iT 6 a. m. to S r. J. Eastern mail; close at 11 a.m. Western mails clo-e at 4 :15 p.m. Mail leaves Columbus for Lost Creet. Genoa. St. Edwards. Albion, Platte Center. Humphrey, Madison and Nor folk, every day (except Sundays; at 4.35 p. ex." Arrives at 10:55 For Shell Creet and Creston, arrive" at 12 M. Leaves 1 p. M., Tuesdays, Thurs- For Alexis. Patron and David City, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, ForPContu5lTT"dand Saturdays 7 a. m. Arrives ti d. m. same days. B. & 31. TIME TABLE. Leaves Columbu, .. 5:45 a. m Bellwood 6:30 " David Citv. 7.) " " Garrison, 7:46 ' Ulv-e-, -:23 " " Staplehurst, !' " " Seward, 9:0 " Hubv. SO " Milfcrd. 10:15 ' " Pleasant Dale, .. . 10:45 " Emerald. 11:10 " Arrives at Lincoln, 11 :43 M. Leaves Lincoln at 2A5 P. M. and Ar rives in Columbus s-JSQ p. m. Makes clo-j ...

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