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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 18 February 1885

TES OF ABTE1TI8MC. THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, m. k:. TunEii & co. Proprietors and Publisher!. Smupal J3TBuaias8 and professional card of five lines or less, per annum, firs dollars. 13! For time advertisements, apply at this office. E7Lei;al advertisements at statute rates. ITTor transient advertising, see rates on third page. EsTAll advertisements payable monthly. T3T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs. in Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months Three months Single copies .3 se 5 VOL. XV.-N0. 48. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1885. WHOLE NO. 771. iiMi lit i a & w COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 D I HECTORS: Leakder Gebkard, Pres'i. Geo. W. Hulst, Vice PresH. Jumds A. Reed. R. II. Henry. J. E. Taskeii, Cathicr. Bank of Wepoalt, OiacowM n.nl ExchaHgc. Collection Promptly lade on all Ioint. Iaj- Interest oh Time Oepe- Its. 274 HENRY G-ASS, COFFINS AM) METALLIC CASES ASP DEALER IX Furniture. Chairs, Bedsteads, Bu reaus. Tables, ...

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. — 18 February 1885

fttmfcttsf!l WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18, 1885. The citizens of Hubbel are about to begin to bore for coal. Anotheb case of grave robbing was recently reported at Lincoln. A heavy snow Btorm in central and southern Illinois last Sunday. Nebbaska's exhibit at New Or leans is, it seems, no penny-whistle. Oauxs Digka issued a summon! the other day for all tribeB to rally at Tamanteb. News comes from Bismarck, Da kota, that the assembly has passed the wnman anffVacra hill. 29 tO 18. It will probably pass the council also. Some of the men who owe the 191,000 delinquent taxes in Platte county are thinking of going down to New Orleans to see the state's 115,000 exhibit. Thk House on Saturday passed an appropriation bill allowing $30,000 for the erection of new buildings in connection with the reform school at Kearney. Of course the small nm of $15,000 is not much for the great state of Nebraska, but it 'w well perhaps that cotton expositions come only once in a long while. The other morning a fire ...

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. — 18 February 1885

Jtm T ?- CtluMbas ftantiuti WEDNESDAY IEB. IS. 1SS5. 31 iiger fkrait vre. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Band night, tonight at the rink. Scale books, 90 cent, at Tur ners. 42-tf Get one dczen cabinet photos at Lundy's tor $3 00. 43-2t CaSns and all kinds of funeral goods at Plunger's. When you want pictures go to Lnndy's for a square deal. Steamship tickets at cut rates, sold on time bv Gus. G. Becher & Co. AS-tf Pride of the Kitchen Soap, for cleaning tin-ware, at m. Becker's. 3l-2m Examer sells overcoats and all winter goods at greatly reduced prices. 4-39-2 Lundy don't have to send to Chicago for sample photos to make a display. Enobel & Hoffman will buy corn-fed steers in either large or small lots. 41-3 Vincent Bock, near Eellwood, advertises a sale of stock Feb. 24th, term cash. Yon can ive 20 per cent by buy ing cloaks. Xewmarkets and circulars now at Kramer's. The Chicago Photo Car opened for busines- yesterday. Will only remain a few days. Any book published furnish...

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. — 18 February 1885

ifn m.mnwyn t.ftjmjm,WrTfiiV?T',fF fx.i-si..t iTJtti-CH.r3siiir-, MAKINQ PAPER PATTERNS How Women Who live Away From th Centers ofFashion are Able to Cut Their Garments as Stylishly as Those la the Bi Cities. Ono often hears of the severe fashions of "ye olden times;1' of plain skirts and bodices, fine in material but simply con structed, even for "the Sunday best,'1 and we can but look in astonishment to see the contrast a few years have brought about Wondering how this great revolution had taken place, a re-, porter called on a large fashion-house to make inquiries. Having stated his ob ject, he was conducted to a suite of rooms, each occupied by a number of pretty girls, all busily engaged in cut-' ling and folding papers. "When dresses became more elabo rate, people in moderate circumstances, little able to afford dressmakers1 bills, and who yet wanted to keep up with the fashions of the day, were at a law to know what to do, till the inventive genius of man came to the rescue w...

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 February 1885

TFTF, JOTJKSTAX. issued rnsT ttzdszsdat, ivi. e:. tcrner & co. Proprietari aac Pttbliaheri. KXTE9 F JL9TEKTISC1C (! hi; ! Dlumlitw pupal STBuainesa and profewionaleacds of ve lines or leas, per -tumim, five dollara- "ST For time advertisements, applr at this oEce. STXesal advertisements at atatsta rates- -""""Tar transient advertisiaff, aw rates on third page. j3"All adTertiaeaaents payable monthly. grQFFICZ,-Zlesenih St.. up stain in Journal Building. terms: .2 Per year Six months Three months 1 -' VOL. X7.-N0. 44. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBKUAKY 25, 1885. WHOLE NO. 772. 5 Single copies 4v X COLOrBUS STATE BANK! C0LTJH3US. SEB. CASE CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Lzaxdee Gehbasd, Preset. Geo- W. HrtsT, Ftce Pre'. JCLITs A. EESD. E. H Es-ht. J. E. Tasszh, Cashier. Baak of De?l, DLm: , ,1 Eickuase. CoIIcxim Promptly Mmde all Poi-.t. HEIvRY G-ASS. UN'DEETAKEE ! ! COFFINS AM) METALLIC CASES Furniture. Chairs. Bedsteads, Bu reaus. Tables, Safes. Lounges, c&c. Picture Frames a...

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. — 25 February 1885

Columbus foutiial, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25, 1885. It is reported that hog cholera is making a clean sweep of the pens in and around Nebraska City. Govebnoe Dawes has designated Hon. John M. Thurston to deliver the address at the world's exposition on "Nebraska Day March 11. Vxs Wtck has introduced a bill in the Senate making an appropriation of 150,000 for improving the Mis souri river opposite Nebraska City. Mhs. Lowell, wife of our British Minister, was reported very ill the other night at London. Her physi sians have no hope of her recovery. The repeal of the pre-emption and timber-culture laws is not likely to take place at this session of congress. Appropriation bills seem to have precedence all around. When you reach the B. & O. depot you may depend upon it your in auguration ticket will be good for any train v On some other roads to Washington this may not be the case. M. B. Roche (well-known as trav eling BaleBman for J. S. Caulfield of Omaha) is a candidate for post-master a...

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. — 25 February 1885

I i Columbus ;ioutnal WEDNESDAY FEB. 25, 18S5. A Card. Oar spring importations of clothe and woolens for suits and trousers have arrived. "We are prepared to do fine Merchant tailoring at reasonable prices, guaranteeing satibfaction in f-" every respect. C. & L. Kbameb. Imager faraltare. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Band at the rink Saturday night. Scale books, 90 cents, at Tur ner's. 42-tf Photos, best in the city, $1 50 per , .- doz. at R. R. Car. Get one dozen cabinet photos at Lundy's for $3.00. 43-2t Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Hunger's. Now leave your measure for a new suit at Kramer's. When yon want pictures go to Lundy's for a square deal. Everybody are rushing to the Railroad Car for fine Photos. The revival meetings are still in progress at the M. E. church. Three dollars gets 12 of the finest Cabinet Photos made in the city. A well-matched team of three year old mares for sale by P. J. Smith. "Wanted. A good cook at the Nebraska House. "Woman preferred....

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. — 25 February 1885

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25, 1SS5. liters! at tfeo P::4.:3ce, Cxlsata, He., it teess elui nitter. SETTING TYPE. Hark to the click Of the typu3 in the stickl They fall and they meet with monotonous sound. As swiftly the fingers that seize them go round To hurry them into the stick "With a click, click. There they are in the stickl What do the types tell the world aa the stand? Here It Is satire; there eloquonco srand. "Weak as nothing when single, combinod their command. A wonder-power In iheir click. As in order they march into the stiok, Look again in the stick. To the workers of evil they sorrow betide; The cheat and oppressor in vain try to glide Away from the dlok,but tho earth oannot bi'Jo Thorn away from tho click, click. Of the types falling into tho stick. As thoy click, click, in tho stick. Monarch and tyrants their marshaling dread: They know that to freedom tho type hare beon.wod. And the visions they soo arc in color blood red. And thoy shako at tbo sound of the clic...

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. — 4 March 1885

MTISUfC;. E-Business and professional cards of fire lines or leas, per annum, Ira dollars. 13" For time advertisements, applv at this office. tTdTLecal adTertiaemeata atatatate rataa. Error transient adrertlaiac, aea rataa oa third page. ETA11 adTertiaemeata payable moataly. ZSrorFICE Eleventh St., up taire t2 in Journal Building. terms: AX. ,..'. Peryear WZ Six months Three months Single copies VOL.XVNO;45Q.-.r COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4, 1885. WHOLE NO. 773. a-a , W ?Vl?i THE JOURNAL. ISSUED SVSBY WEDNESDAT, M. T. TlTRuSTER & CO. Proprietor! and Publiaaera. flic i: $mlm ' ! 3 1 X N J- ? St-: i"" i,w J!. ? r?! COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leander Gbrrard, Pres'l. Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Preset.. Julius A. Reed. R. H. Henry. J. E. Taskeu, Cashier. Baak of Depwlt, iaceeml aid Escbaace. Collection Promptly Mmde all Point. Pay latere em Time lsepee it. m HENRY &ASS, TJlSmERT-AKEB, ! COFFINS AND METALLIC OASES AXD DEALER IN Furniture...

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. — 4 March 1885

taC&A J a t Iti w J? f! P f rJ. I 5s I Ir - 'fttltlK$tfttt, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1885. Moody will preach SCarch 18, 19 and 20. in Omaha on These seems to be no donbt that General Grant is dying of cancer. A bill to purchase the" Oklahoma lands has passed the U.S. Senate. "Ok to Washington" has been the watchwdrdof thousands forthe-last few days.' r" .Fbahcis E. "Wxeben, of Wyoming, has' been nominated for gerernor of Wyoming. An eastern paper places the situa tion thus : . All that want a post-office hold np the hand George Worthxnotok, D. D., was consecrated bishop of Nebraska at St. John's Episcopal chnrch, Detroit, Mich., on the morning of the 24th nit A recent report from the Phila delphia Times gives the details of. Gen. Grant's sufferings and asserts that, death is apparently not far dis tant . ' The Valentine land office continues flooded with applicants filing claims. If the present rush continues until July, not a timber claim will remain east of the Wyoming line. " JRec...

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. — 4 March 1885

i cu afumfcusjfauttttl, WEDNESDAY MARCH 4, 18S5. ACanL Our spring importations of cloths and woolens for suits and trousers have arrived. We are prepared to do O fine merchant tailoring at reasonable price?, guaranteeing satisfaction in every respect. C. & L. Kbaxeb. 2Kmmn;er fmrmltaure. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Scale books, 90 cents, at Tur ner's. 42-tf Georgia minstrels to-morrow night. For a square meal go to the Den ver House. Great Jersey sale at Kramer's this week. Special "Hamburg" sale at Kra mer's this week. Photos, best in the city, $1 50 per doz. at R. It. Car. If you waut a good night's sleep, go to the Denver. 1 Jerseys in great variety very cheap at Kramer's. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Munger's. Is Columbus not to be represented at the inauguration ? Now leave your measure for a new suit at Kramer's. Georgia Minstrels at the Opera House to-morrow night. Everybody are rushing to the Railroad Car for flue Photos. Look out for the grand street para...

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. — 4 March 1885

tl Hi jfrSSimmmmmaii .: ffce Cbmi That Froduee Baldness la tka Average Kan. Baldness is produced by a failure of normal nutrition in. the papilla at the base of each hair follicle. Imperfect work being1 done in the capillaries, which are here richly distributed, the cells which constitute .a hair-shaft are not formed in their due proportion, the old shaft thus feebly sustained becomes loose and.d7op;away, Reaving nothing in its place. This failure of nutrition may have a sudden, cause, of which the effect will be but temporary. For in stance, an attack of typhoid fever often leaves tie papillae of the scalp so much enfeebled that rapid baldness ensues. The. papillserrhowever; still retaiiiftheir , vitality, .arid, as the system .regains t it strength, they quicHyrecovef their'jjo- " tentiality, and the hair comes again, perhaps thicker than before. In the same manner certain cutaneous affeo tions.may cause the. hair, Jto fall by. an, action on the papilla) which .is' but temporary; ...

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. — 11 March 1885

r rfi-M. JtiTisr TH1 JOUBNAIi. ATM OF ARVRRTIStHtS QTBusineee and profeoeio&alcarda of fire lines or leea; per nnnuns, nre dollars. I3f For time advertisements, apply at this oalce. aTLegal advertiscmenta at atutato ISSUED EVERT WEDIfKSDAT, - m. i. aumsrER & co. Froprietori and Publishers. OFFICE, Eleventh St., up tairs jk in Journal Building. j-,- xatea. TKRMS: Peryear Six months.... -.--- Three months e tyPor transient ndTortining, aeo rate on third page. 0-A11 adTOrtlaomonta payable monthly. K VOKXVNO.mao : '- - 1-C0L0MBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. MARCH II, 1885. WHOLE NO. 774. Single copies. .. 'i to f Wi;:MdmH .1 - l.zs c . ' Rnnun s ISP? -1 S' i .J J A ht 19 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Lzan-der Gkebabd, Pres'l. Geo. TV. Hulst, Fice Pratt. Julius A. Reed. R. H. Henry. -' J. E. Taskeii, Cashier. Bank of epo-It. DIacoumi id Esckaace. CeIIectiom TPreMptly Made all Polats. Fay latere! ea Tlaso Oepoe- ItN. 274 HENRY G-ASS, COFFINS AND META...

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. — 11 March 1885

fttttttttsjgtawtiil WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 11, 1885. The Crow reservation, in Montana, has been opened to settlers. Several cases of hydrophobia were reported last week at Hastings, Neb. It is estimated that 100,000 were present in Washington City to witness the inauguration. The State Teachers' Association will .hold a, three days session at Lin coln, commencing March 31st The first official act of the new sec retary of war Endicott was to coun tersign Gen. Grant's commission. Bekjamik Buttebwoeth, commis sioner of patents, handed' in his resig nation oa the 3d to Secretary Teller. t ... The three cent passenger rate rail road bill was passed the other day in the Honse at Lincoln by a vote of 84 to 7. m It is stated in recent news from England that she holds one hundred and fifty thousand men in readiness to fight Russia. A coubt-maetial has been ordered for the trial of Medical Director Philip S. Wales, on charges preferred by Secretary Chandler. According to the usual custom the member...

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. — 11 March 1885

i I s. Calumims'IaucMl, WEDNESDAY MARCH 11, 18S6. ACaHI. Oar spring importations of cloths and woolens for suits and trousers have arrived. "We are prepared to do fine merchant tailoring at reasonable price?, guaranteeing satisfaction in every respect. C. & L. Kbamkb. Hfaaajer famitare. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Evergreens for sale by John Tan nahill. 5-46 4 The supervisors will meet next Tuesday. Great Jersey sale at Kramer's this week. Band night thii evening at the skating rink. Special "Hamburg" sale at Kra mer's this week. Photos, best in the city, $1.50 per doz. at R. R. Car. Jerseys in great variety very cheap at Kramer's. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Hunger's. Found, a large brass door key. Inquire at this office. 461 Now leave your measure for a new suit at Kramer's. Everybody are rushing to the Railroad Car for fine Photos. The warm weather confirms the spring fever in many patients. There will be a dance at the skating rink St. Patrick's Day. The post...

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. — 11 March 1885

" -j 4 11 - THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1885. latest t ii rutolet , UazstUr. CohaVw, Xis., u tHca s-THF EDUCATED MISS. Bbe'a a dainty little maiden -. ,Wih artistic .graces laden, fattw aware of -her attractions and rajoftitssi la her teens; -a She parades with ostentation All her Vassar education, With a reminiscent flavoring of caltuxaaa ' "" of "beans." s s .iJTOth.suggestlona by the lesion "" .' 8he can scale the airy region (There the transcendental fantasies In gV disorder float; -- WHfc a languor rare and queenly -rghean voyage most serenely , Ehroug-h the hazy sublimation of the misty -v and remote. She can read the rocky pages -Of the geologic ages ""Then toe TOlrttj-mecBtherinm was sreepur flsi-hlstairO ' , n. Wish features bright and smiling Saejs often most beguiling mta medieval narratives of knight and -ladye falre." i .6ae 1 often entertaining, - 'When most learnedly explaining Bow the philosophic systems in a measure disagree. Sbeia posted In quadratics And th...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 March 1885

a T has he Srn report I It i presoa the int The wilUj coin, c I Thi retary, tersigi Ben aioner! matin t-i . The road t the H 84 to 7 It i Englai andfif tofigh Ace for tfc Philip by Sec . I Aco memb inaL, j hands' Pb act wi inet, i eignat Grant1 of the The ver tl adoptc new a the -co relieve thecoi ! 'Pbe L.Q. ) John ( of cot Black , his at wasm f The is got floodei for thi bridge ofmec ice net We folk, I Gallag inent J of No have seems presen of friei . The oyer U the ini upon 1 their ) Legist matter can lot under . I Amo was tt Gen. C army,j mania nomint eral on with tl senate unaniri Ear! the ho) merly i along i been ii raising points borderi occupie the sub t tween The was lo crease I 886; ct gold ci certifies of depo tificates 681.016J 306. Pj stateme to presi comingj Clrvj altogetb reb, ma! a leanii the moo general! sinew." that, wl by the cabinet; the arret policy oi west is by Mr. west" 1 Pkesu ordered' convene the lltfc General officer o dact prj Military I and pah the seed ...

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. — 18 March 1885

. T."X l-if THE JOURNAL. ISSUED 2VKRY WZDKrSDAT, m. e:. TrrRisrER & co. J?roprie':or and Publisher!. aad professional cards of Ire lines or lees, par aaaaaa, Its dollars. Be For time adrertlsesieats, apply at this ossce. sTLegal sdvertlsenteats at statats rates. SdTPor traasf eat sdvsrtlsiac, ss rates oa third page. CkTAll sdTsrtlsesssats anyable monthly. OFFICE, Eleventh St., 'tain tn JbumaZuirdin. TIRX3: Per year Six monthi Three months Single copies .f . VOL. XT.-N0. 4T. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. MAKCH 18, 1885. WHOLE NO. 775. ,- autumbtis V mWLmW nmmU BssM BsssuM BssssLT W5ly 1 K t V. A -' -s- -C COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLTKBUS, EB. CASE CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: LeAXDER GKBRAED,'PrC'i. Geo. W. Htjlst, Vice Pres't. . Julius A. Reed. R. H. Henry. J. E. Taskeu, Cashier. Baik DepMit, DIscasuat aad. Eichaace. Callectieas Promptly Slavde all Point. Pay Imterewt TIaee Depos it.. 27 HENRY G-ASS, UNDEETAXER I COFFINS AND METALLIC CASES AND DEALER IN Farnltnre, Chain, Bedsteads, B...

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. — 18 March 1885

s I! tt M n .1 J .1 ! r m 3 I ! tiftfotttitf "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1885. BBlocam law remains unchanged. Nebraska treasurer' are now to fire notice of tax-sales. Mikisteb Lew Wallace, at Con- ataatinople, has resigned and will come home. Four spans- of the Platte river bridge at Schuyler were washed ont o the 13th. Col. Chase's attorneys are deter mined that he shall he reinstated as Mayor of Omaha. Gen. Grant's pay will be $15,000 a year from the date of his appointment under the new act. The governor of Mississippi lias appointed Gen. E. C. "Walthal, to suc ceed Mr. Lamar in the senate. Jakes . Boyd was nominated for mayor of Omaha, by a large citizens' meeting last Saturday evening. When Platte county shall have a population of over 15,000 she will be entitled to elect a register of deeds. J. S. Mitchell has been named as judge for the new district composed of Lancaster, Otoe and Cass counties. The secretary of the treasury has dismissed five inspectors of the cus tom house at New...

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. — 18 March 1885

,sr..-..ft 1 I I- I Itf t . y v Columbus ftoucnsl, WEDNESDAY MAR Cn 18, 1885. A Card. Oar spring importations of cloth6 and woolens for suits and trousers have arrived. We are prepared to do fine merchant tailoring at reasonable pricep, guaranteeing satisfaction in every respect. C. & L. Kbaheb. MaBcrer faraltare. It payB to trade at Kramer's. Evergreens for sale by John Tan nafaill. ' 5-46-4 Great Jersey sale at Kramer's this week. California honey 10 cents per lb., at Rasmussen's. 47-3 1 Special "Hamburg" sale at Kra mer's this week. Photos, best in the city, $1.50 per doz. at R. R. Car. Jerseys in great variety very cheap at Kramer's. Coffins and all kinds of fnneral goods at Hunger's. Now leave your measure for a new suit at Kramer's. Everybody are rushing to the Railroad Car for fine Photos. Green willow poets for sale. In quire of Gus. G. Becber & Co. 47-4t Three dollars gets 12 of the finest Cabinet Photos made in the city. Pride of the Kitchen Soap, for cleaning tiuw...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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