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Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal
C. O. Weller, M. D., physician and drug-
gist, (brick drug store,) Columbus, Texas
T. Harde & Co., receiving, forwarding and
commission merchants, Columbus, Texas.
Cotton, wool and hides specialties.
R. P. Tendick, wholesale and retail dealer
in dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes,
groceries, &c., Spring St., Columbus,
Wootton House, Columbus, Texas, W. W.
Wootton, Proprietor. A new sample room
and special accommodations to Commer-
cial Travelers, attached to the Hotel. Under
live-oaks one block east of passenger
A. S. Wirtz & Sons, house builders and
gin-brush repairers, Columbus, Texas.
Joseph Kreger, butcher & dealer in all kind
of meats, Columbus, Texas.
James E. Carlton, grange store, A Full
Stock of General Merchandise, also 5000
acres of land at low cash prices, Colum-
bus, Texas. Parties can refer to Rowan
Green, Esq., in regard to my lands.
Adolph Senftenberg, dealer in dry goods,
boots, shoes, hats, caps and clothing,
notions a speciality, Columbus, Texas.
Arthur Hamilton, watch maker and jew-
eler, and dealer in fine jewelry, watches
and spectacles, Columbus, Texas.
Office of C. O. Nelson, wholesale and
retail dealer in fine liquors and cigars, sole
agent, E. Anheuser & Co's. beer, corner
Milam and Spring St., Columbus, Texas.
H. M. Lang, dealer in Dry Goods, Grocer-
ies, Hardware, Wooden-ware, and planta-
tion supplies. Columbus, Texas.
3000 acres of valuable lands for sale,
2,000 good post-oak timber, 1,000 rich
bottom land, 75 acres in cultivation, 7
miles North-east of Columbus. The fa-
mous Chalybeate Spring of water is on
this tract of land, known as the Kessler
Spring. The tract of land can be easily
divided to suit purchasers. Terms easy.
J. L. Taylor, Columbus, Texas, or Rowan
Dr. B. C. Jones, Dealer in Drugs and
General Merchandise, Eagle Lake, Texas.
A. T. M. McCarty, Land Agent and Sur-
veyor, Eagle Lake, Texas.
Jas. A. Harbert & Co., dealers in General
Merchandise, Eagle Lake, Texas.
J. W. McCarty, dealer in dry goods, no-
tions and plantation supplies, Eagle Lake,
Thomas Watterson & Co., dealers in dry
goods, groceries and plantation supplies,
Eagle Lake, Texas.
W. E. Calhoun & Co., dealer in Dry Goods,
Groceries and General Merchandise, Eagle
J. S. Bruce & Co., dealer in General
Merchandise, Drugs, Medicines, &c., Eagle
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