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BP.OWNYILLE, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1 855.
Tl- V7. rURNAS, EDITOR.
Increased Talue of Pctatocs East.
Levi Bartlett, E?q , of Warner, N. H..
writing to the Union and Farvier, cf
Manchester, New Hampshire, the
Granite State," upon the value of th?
Potato crop, and the recent n?e in the
price of this meet important vegetable,
"At the present time potatoes for fam
ily use are selling, in most sections of the
country, at a higher figure than I have
ever before known, and some of the re
cently introduced varieties are held at
fabulous prices. Several varieties of the
Gcadnch Seedlings are advertised at S4
to $10 per barrel. This year the Har
rison, a late variety, sells the highest of
any of the Goodrich vatieties. These
are advrtised by Talcott, Rome, N. Y.,
at 810 per barrel, and by others for less.
While in Salera a few days sine. I was
told that some persons who grew this
variety there last year, were asking 85
per bushel. '
That is & pretty tall price' for a bushel
of potatoes, but it is not a priming to the
price offered for the Early Rose, said to
be a teedling raised in. Vermont from
the seed of the Early Goodrich. It is
claimed as being1 ten days earlier than
the Early Goorich, very productive ar-d
A month or two since, I saw a state
ment that a seedsman in New York had
secured all there were grown last sea
ion, and that there would be none for
tale till the coming autumn. Some
tveeka ago I wrote to F. L Perry, seed
man, Canandaigua, respecting the mat
ter. In his auswer, dated Feb. 5ht he
says : Mr. Heffron has not the only stock
of Early Rose. A gentleman In New
Jersey bought last June 200 bushels of
them at S10 per bushel, and was offered
this winter $50 per bushels !' $5000 for
100 bushels of potatoes smacks somewhat
A few days 6ince, I received a letter
from a farmer residing in Washington
Co., N. Y. He, with a few of his neigh
bors, wished to obtain 600 bushels of
Orono potatoes for seed. They have
been growing thera for -a cumber cf
years. Seed crigionally rblamed from
the State of Maine. But they do not
yield as well as formerly ; for that rea
ten they wish to renew their seed from
New Hampshire, 'thinking, perhaps, that
sew seed might bring it back to iis orig
inal yield and hardiness.' The farmers
cf Washington county make the raising
cf potatoes a specialty. He cays: This
county markets from one to two million
bushels anually. Potatoes brin? us more
money than anything else we market.
For the Boston market, the Oronos are
the favorite potatoes. We are now try
ing some of the new varieties ; Early
Goodrich, Hariison and the Gleaon.
The Early Goodrich has been raised
here two years; appears to be a first
rate early potato. The Harrison and
Gleason were grown Lere for the first
time last year. They are great yielders
but we cannot, yet speak of them as
market potatoes. One of my brothers,
who deals somewhat in fancy potatoes,
has sixteen barrels of Early Rose for
planting next spring. The price of this
potato, as you will see by the advertise
tnect is fabulous.
Answer lo Correspondents.
A. W. Keith asks : How much vine
yard, either ia number of vines or acres,
can an ordinary hand cultivate and man
ege during the first, second and third
1. I have two pieces of land, 70 acres
each, with 25 acres in cultivation ; on
each tract, log house, &c, (in point of
oil and locality well adapted to the cul
tivation of vines and fruits). Now I
wish to make an offer to some one with
small means to make a vineyaad on each
place, requiring them to set two acres
per year for three years. (I furnish the
vines). 2. At what period hence should
they become with me equal partners in
the land and proceeds? '
Answer : 1. About five acres, cr 3,
2. The value cf good grape land, is
o very variable, say from 10to300 dol
lars an acre, that a halfinterest in the
land affords no basis for an ectimae.
The cost of makiug a vineyard also
varies with the system adopted : trellises
being much more expensive than stakes.
Bat to give your correspondent some
idea cf what would be considered fair in
this section, fourteen miles from market.
I should say if his tenant is furnished
plants and wire for trellis and has farm
rent free, he should receive half the
proceeds of the vineyard for ten or twelve
years. Farther from market the term
ahould be longer.
The above is from the President of
the Mississippi Valley Grape Growers'
Kramer's Seedling Strawbtrrt.
Among the new Strawberries which
give promise cf turning out well, is the
Kramer Seedling, of which the Secretary
of the Iowa State Horticultural Society
writes cf the Horticulturist as follows;
'It was grown from the seed of the Wil
ton's Albany, and selected from seventy
' two seedlings, because of its hardihood
cf plant and productiveness of quantity,
lsrge size, and good quality of fruit.
The fruit is Jarge, very firm, deep rich
crimson, flesh red to centre, very sweet
and rich flavor. It has the reputation of
holding its fruit after ripe, without loss
cf character for many days." This is
certainly a good character, but without
desiring to disparage in any way, the
encomiums of the writer, it will be well
in this, as in the case of all other fruit
uovehies, to mkea few grains of allow
ance, and permit time, which proves all
things, to provf the merits cf this berry.
-Journal cf the Farm.
Yoi'att, the well known veterinary
surgeon, who has been fitien eight cr ten
times by r&lii animals, ays thai crystal of
the nitrate cf silver rubbed into tbe wound
will positively prevent hydrophobia in
the tittca prsoa cr tnirr.il.
Important Adrlce to Orrncrs of
s Horses. Pneumonia.
Diseases cf the lungs are so nfa in Uni
ted States, that, if we except old age,
two-thirds or perhaps one-half of the
losses experienced by owners of stock
in the death of horses and cattle, result
from diseased lungs. -
Pncimonia, or lung fever, is a com
mon form among diseases of horses, and
great f-kill and discretion are needed
to bring it to a favorable termination,
for it often laughs to corn the puny ef
forts of man, however well directed. It
requires the very best skill for its treat
ment, because the organ involved is one
whose function gave life and action to
atf ether organs; it performs the very
last act of digestion, which is the de
cabonization cf the blood ; and modern
reysiotagists inform us that the lungs
play a more important part in the cir
cilationof the blood through the arterial
ramifications than the heart itself, which
has heretofore been consided the only
source of circulation. Be this as it may
no organ, when deranged, requires so
much skill in the early stages as this
early because a few hours may prove
fatal. A mistake in the diagnosis, or a
wrong medicine administered, may place
the patient beyend the aid of man. You
may call on the veterinary surgeon in
the latter stages of the disease, and as
often happens, after the pitient has beeu
pretty well dosed, but it is too late ; the
animal has passed the rubicon, and en
tered within the boundaries of the val
ley of death. It is necessary, therefore,
to be alia to detect this disease in its
primary form, before it has invaded the
citadel cf life Bji how many are vetere
nary in the United States that can dia
gnosea disease of this character? Not
one here dac.or in a hunJrd can do
so with any degree of certainty ; yet to
such a state of perfection are auscnlta
tioa and yercuseion now arrived that the
qualified can now detect a legion of the
lungs with astonishing precision. Al
most every change that inke place with
in tho?e organs can be dttected by the
surgeon with remarkable exactness, and
a regular educated veterinary surgeon
would dishonor his profession, and im
part a withering influence to bis future
operations, if h were found waning in
this particular ; so that the qualification
needed not only for the management of
this, but every other disease, should be
of the first order; for it is a fact that
the lossess from acute diseases are far
greater than ought to be, and these losses
are fell by the hard-working farmer,
and by these who depend upon the earn
ings of horses for a living, and they must
hail as a great blessing any attempts to
introduce an improved medical litera
ture and a rational, system of prac
lice that shall remedy the great evils
that now exist. Therefore I would ad
vise the owners of horses to have them
looked to in time, as the old proverd used
to say, "an ounce of preventive is worth
a pound of cure."
The extreme diversities in the climate
of the United States is a frightful cause
of disea?e a subject worthy the invest
igation of all men; especially does the
fact demand attention from those who
would boast of the sani ary condition of
their stock, for it n only by comparing
the diseases of locations most dissmilar
in their character and temperature, that
the most useful illustrations of morbid
influences are to be obtained. Rural
Line on Hay.
In a recent article on Hay and Hay
Jilakivg, we encouraged the use of lime.
We have here New York testimony taken
from the Utica Herald, which gives a
case in point. A personal acquaintance
with Rev. Willis, of Rockford, Ills., and
Mr. Clark of the same place, both hav
ing used lime as above, enables us to
speak positively on this subject, and we
insert this case to call the especial atten
tion of our readers to the fact.
'I tried one thing recommended m
the Herald this last summer, viz : putting
lime on hay in the mow." I find it works
like a charm; my hay kept green and
bright, and though I can shake the lime
dust out of it, yet my horses and cattle
eat it clean and thrive finely. I think it
makes hay of better quality. I know of
but one other man in these parts has
tried it. He thinks finely of it, and says
folks will ase it when they come to know
its great benefits. I think from what
little experience I have had in its use
that it will preveot"heaves and utop cough
in horses. I hope you will keep the
subject before the people.
W. S. Lewis."
3Ianaractarcs In the West.
For some time Eastern ranufacturers
have felt grave apprehensions that they
were about to lose not only their best
customer, the (Treat West, for a large
portion of their manufactures, but were
to find in her a formidable rival. These
apprehensions are not without foundat
ion. Every thing connected with the
progress of the country makes the fact
plainer every day that the West is des
tined, at no distant period, to become the
great center of manufacturing industry.
The richnesa of her soil, the variety and
abundance of her productions, her rapid
ly increasing population, and their div
erged callings, the wide extent of
her territory,. and being situated at the
eastern termin us of the Pacific Railroad,
and made the receptacle of its immense
businesss and freight, all are exerting a
mighty influence that will revolutionize
the industrial interests of the country and
change the current of busines. Every-
jhiog, so far as human ken can discover,
shadows forth the fact that the West
will soon become Dot enly the great center
of trade but of civilization also. Chicago
Journal oj Commerce.
jTTTfilT ' Tirr,- " j.'.rj
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The Brownville Transfer Company
Under the management of
Is Now Harming Hegular Omnibuses from
Eroiynvillctollie Railroad terrain!
of the Council Bluffs and St. Jseiih Railroad, at
North Star, Atchison County, Bio.,
2 ruisfr.ici Br vruTiilo and Xorth S.ar Ffirr landing
Good Umnibuses. Ciote Connections.
Fresh Layer Raisins, Currants, CitrcnAe, at
SWAN k DUO'S.
HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE
HARD WARE, STOVES, TINWARE
HARDWARE, STOVES, TLX WARE
50.000 Miles Fence Wire,
50,000 Miles Fence Wire,
50,000 Miles Fehce Wire,
PITTSBURGTRON & NAILS.
PITTSBURG IRON & NAILS
PITTSBURG IRON & NAILS,
CHARTER OAK STOVES
CHARTER OAK STOVES,
CHARTER OAK STOVES,
Canton Clipper Plows,
Canton Clipper Plows,
Canton Clipper Plows,
Sole Agent in Southern Nebraska,
and Atchison and Holt co., Mo. for
CHAMPION REAPER & MOWER
CHAMPION REAPER & MOWER
CHAMPION REAPER & MOWER
The Best in the World.
The Best in the World.
The Best in the World
Besides a full assortment of everything
kept in a first class
Which will beold as low as the lowest
FOR C .A. S H
To all who favor us with a call. 26 ly
At the Si;n of the
ig Bed Stead.
Is the place tobuj
TJPHOLSTRY ! ! !
Keep constant! on hand a complete assortment of
Beanrt'aui, Rocking Chairt ,
Springs bedf, Wai-b Stands
What Nots LUt Kaeki,
Chair. fe-- lablea.
Plain Stands ;
Cabs and Uigs,
Tiaco Stools, Tenpoy Stands,
Gilt and Rosewood Moulding, Sheets,
Pillows, Pillow Slips, etc., etc., etc., etc.
Sftoto Cases and office work made to order
And anything and everything required to set up
pi in or fancy housekeeping.
All of their ware is either manufactured or put
up under their jpecial superintendence, ' which
enable them eound articles at smaller prices than
eastern tn&nuiactuted goods.
".-' .'t.-.v.- JTT
i8 at the service of the public- at any time it may
be needed, and is gotten up in as no style as any
Hetalic Burial Cases.
of all sizes constantly on hand, at eastern prices.
We are doing business on st'ictly cash prinoiples
At a tmill profit, v$ by attention to businefH aud
the wants of the community, expect in the future
it in the rut to receive the natron? nf th rmh.
M FALL & CO.
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FAIUliANKS, GREENLKAF & CO.
226 Lake Street. Chicago.
209 Market Street, St. Louis.
ST BE CAEEFTL TO BCT OfcLY THK GENTINE.gJ
Brooms, Salt, Axes. Powder, Shot and I-ead at
SWAN A BROTHER'S
M. W. TFARER'S
Portabls and Stationary
Manufactured and eoltf by the Patentee.
508 Xorlli Forth St., St. Louis, 3Io.
This Fountslo 1 simirably adDte.i for nse io email
towns aud at public ratbriiii:n Full dirprii.ma mviik
each, and recipe for niking syrups.
Price $75. Seud for descriptive pamphlet.
WOOL W011TH & COLT,
AND DEALERS IN
And Printers' Stock,
No- 12 Second Street. St, Joseph, Mo.
,usi i-aia lor Hags.
VTai'.s, rails, WeU Buckets, Seives, Ac, at
- M UUU O.
Soda Crackers, Gicger Snaps, and Aerated Crack
SWAN A BSO'd.
D. X. EHKLLKXB3BGER
SIffilffil BRO S
F. A. TISDELL, Jr. & Co.,
Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
AGRICULTURAL JllflBSI ITS!
SKINNER'S PRKMIUM GANG PLOW, warranted the
i.iot perfect Piow made. ,,rtBa
WALKING AND RIDING CULTIVATORS,
SHOVEL AND STIRRING PLOWS.
MOLK HOARD Kn ROD PRR A KING PLOWS,
WAGGONS. REAPERS AND MOWKRS,
J. I. CASE it CO S THKESltlNur AlAClil-NKS,
5 ' ""K-:'AV.J
IT A NT) AXP POWER CORK SHELLEB3,
WAGGON' TniiiBl ES, a good assort meut always "on
SASH, POORS AXD BLTXD3, all sizes and kinds,
WOOD AXt IRON PUMP3,
and everything the Parmer wants.
Call aud eo us, on lt, between Main and Atlantic,
Livery, Feed,and Sale Stabl(
Dealer in all kinds of Stock Ilorees Bough t.Pold
and Exchanged. Stock boarded by the day or
The Proprietor have recently erected an entire
new, large an.i commodouj Stable on '.atn street
near the old Brownville House. Their Stock is all
fresh and Vehicles new. The public can be accom
modated at all hours.day or niIit.
A Stock corral! with an abundant supply of
pure water atached to the Mable. 4I-ly
Main Street opposite McPhenon't Block,
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ALSO AGENT FOR
PIONEER PAINT SHOP
Sl H 1ST
Grainer,' 'Gilder,- Glazhr,
White Washing and Kalcemining done.
All work done in a workmanlike manner on thr
SHOP on Main street, Shelleoberger's Old Stand.
CVr choice article of Tea. go to
i- . SWAN A ETiO'SL
0k m 2
is r'.'j Vs. f I iVl--
fll.. . 'VS. LI .
SUP AE A TOR AND CLENER.
Manufactured and Bold by
J.GARSIDE & CO.,
THE trial of Uiis machine at TariuU9 County and
State Fairt, and the judgement of everyone who
ees and o-es It. nnlte in pronouncing brtn kemoorrs
Corn Sheller the best erer invented 'Vntb it a rant
can fhell hif crop of corn at his leisure withoot an bh
pi-tant. and t hereby tave in a short time more than the
ccFt. of a Shelier.
This Corn Sheller has taken the first preminm for
three year past at the New Turk SUte Fair, when
but partUHy perficte-1 Itbas since been brooght to
a degree of Perfection, whi h make Itconipiete.
The following is the report vt the Jnd?ef on this
machine, at the pTeat trial of Agricultural Implements
held at Auburn X T.' in July. 18H6. ouder the aus
pices of the New York State Agricultural S-xriety
Among 'be machines on ex'iibitl m wai a fJaiid Cirn
Sheller, Separator aod Cleane , exhibited by J. Brink
erheff, Ac'jrn . J Y We have care'ully examined
and thorouh.y tested thin machine, and haveno hei
tation in pr. n .imciu? it the BE3T CO.V SHELLER
WK EVER SAW. It readily adapts i'self to ear of
any size or Fbaf e, t-belle clean, and wiih preat rapility
and ease, aud the same operation separates the corn
from the cob, and the chiir ir ni the corn and delivers
the corn re'! for market $ and it requires bui the la
bor of out one person to operate it. The whole affair
U simple in C"iirf motion anddcrabie.
J S. GorLD Pres N. Y. Mate Aft. So.
B P. JOAN SOX. Sec. " -S.
ROKIKOX, Ag. Ed- K. Y. Tribune,
S. K. TODll, " Tt.aes.
Report of Agricultural Fair CrmroiMee'. and opin
ton of Arfrit u'.tural and other Journals niiwht !ecitl
at great length, but wecontent oursulves wltb taefol-
lowinx letter as canning 'hei:i all :
(Copy of Letter from U S. A'tent for Paris Unlver
sal Eipoxilion )
U. S. Atrency for Pari Umvema! Expoitien
No. 4fc Park R"W,Time Ju:iiinc
Niw Vonz. ! ec 8ib. J.-65
Mil. J. BKIXKEP.HOFF, Eq., Dear Sir : My Al
viory Committee, appointed to s-ie.! Ioiplements for
Exhibition at the Universal Expr-!-iti n in Paiis, in
'bhl. baTe fe ected ard rocon!n:ei'dei to me, your
CORN SHELLER as the best in America.
1 hare accr pted their reiort. and will forward your
tbeiier, if delivered here, ready for 6hipmeut on or
before January 1, lbb7. Your Truly,
J C. DERBY, V S. Agent, &c.
Price 623 and $30,
According to finish and fize of balance wheel.
Sample 5hel!era nhipped on receipt of the price and
warranted to give satisfaction , or the .Machine will be
taken back and the tnoaej refunded upon notice witbir
a reasonable time. Addree
WM. T DEN, Ag't
OF TUS CELtBKATED
Are now made by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y.
TnE5E WELL-ICSOW'X AXD VERY POPU
LAR Cut )KLN(J STOVES hare been before the
public smce 13o2. acn sticceedinic vear has added
to their popularity, until the nanm has become fa
miliar in every household in the West and South.
The demand for oiir
last year wm greater than we culd enpjily with the
sizes then made; anticipating a still greater de
mand during the prvsmt year, we have made pat
terns fr several Hd.lition! ifea, and are prepared
to manufacture IliO to 11JO
CHARTER OAK STOVES.
per day, of '
TWOTT-EXOHT DIFFERENT IZES.
We guarantee the operation of every stove we
manufacture, and offer as reference anyone of the
many thousands that huve been sold, wherever
thev may be found. Neither labor or expense has
been spared to make our NEW CHAKTER OAJta
PERFECT COOIUXG STOVE,
and we offer ft to the trade a the BEST CON
STRUCTED, MOST DUUABLE and UNIFORM
Qperatini; COOKING STOVE in the market.
Jn additiou to oir EXTENSIVE STOVE BUSI
NESS we are prepared to offer to Stove Dealers,
Tinsmiths and others in the Trade, the largest and
most complete assortment of MetaU and Tinners'
stock iu the West. Our arrangement with the St.
Lonis Stamping Company enables us totrive liberal
discounts to lartre buvers of FRENCH SIAJUl'tD
TINNED ntONWAJtE and Tinners Supplies.
Having recently reduced the prices of all articles of
our O vVN M A NTTF A CTU RE, we believe dealers and
housekeepers will rind it to their interest to send
for Catloue and Price List .and examine our price
before purchasing elsewhere. Address
EXCELSIOR MAMIF'G CO.,
SIIELLENBARGER I3RO S.
SU1ILU SmiLBUS CiniANTtK.
HAVE PROVEN, FROM THE MOST AMPLE
experianee.an entire success; timile Prompt
Efficient, and Reliable. They are the only Med
icines perfectly ad tp'ed to popular use so simple
thaf. mistakes cannot be n.ado in tsing them ;so
harmless as to be free from danger, and o efficiect
as to be always reliable. They have raided the
highest commendation from all, and will always
I, Cures Perers, Coaeeftlon, Inflamatlnns 25
5. Worms. Worm-Fever. Worm-Colic. SS
Crymar-Colic, or Teeth in f infants, 86
Dtarrcea ol children or adaltii. 25
Dysentery, Grlpirjr, BiMious Colla 25
Cholera-M'-rbus, Vomiting, m
Neural)C2ia. Toothache. Faceacbe, 28
Headaches Sick-Headache, Vertigo 25
Dyspepsia, Billions STumach 25
Burpresxed,. or painful Periods. 25
Whites too profiled PeriuJs. 25
Croup. CovKh difaeatt Breathins. 23
Halt JLlheun, Eryfipeian, B.nptions 25
Salt Eheum. Erysipelas, Eruptiyns. 60
Itbeumatiiim, Khenmatic Pains 60
Plies, tliu jt bleeding y
Opthalruy andsoreor weak Eyes. 60
Catarrh, jute or chronia, InDnenxaJ 60
Whoop ug Cough, violent Cougns 60
Asthma oppressep Breatbin? 60
Ear Discharges. iropalrd Hearing 5a
ScrofuJa, enlarged Glnts, Swel!in?s 60
General debility, Phytticial Weakness 60
Dropsy, aud seamy Heceiions 60
be-Sickness, aicknons from riding 5o
Kidney-Disease, Gravel &o
Hervous Debility, SeminalUmis-
Sions involnntary Discbarge i0o
Bore Meuth, Canker 50
TJ rinary Weakness, wettlnp bed 60
Painlul Periods, with Spasms 69
Sufferings at rban;e ot life lroo
Dpilepisy, Spasms, St. Titns' Dace l!oo
Diphtheria, ulcerated Sore Throat 5o
Of 35 largre vlal.1, morocco
caSc,contaliiliid a specific
for every ordinary Ucsca
a family 1 subject lo, and -r
a book, of directions, $io OO
mailer Fanny and Traveling cases, wtth
. 2n tr IS vIaIv. 1 -. a o
.eciacs for all P rivate'Deases, both for
UurtDg ana rur rreventaTe treatment.
la via s and pocket cases, $2 to $5'
For Sale - by
Natural Leaf, Fine Cat, Grape Jnice acd Nayj
Tobwioo.at SWAN & BIO'S.
i?reslt Tomatoes, ia two aai three pound eant,
SWAN k BSO'S.
A k h
j I 1 utuwi. t. f I 3
GROCERIES AND PROVl$l0v
We havD on hand a large and well an ,
nf Sfn.nl a nH Pn
,T f7Q TT'l Si
QJ LZLs L
is fc. 3 - ., '
To which we are makinc: constant nrtri;
which we are selling at prices low as any
ment west of the Mississippi river
IM THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS WE CHALLE GE
rST FLOUR OF THE MOST APPROVED BIMT '
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR. COUNTRY PKODTTp
Portable aal Stationraj
Constantly on l
1 1 a n d t r O rd c i - C -eri
at bliort So-
EACH ARTICLE WARRANTED!!
wonld call particnlar attention to our Seif
igement, work, etc.. Is fast snpercedirtt ail
:rHE EAGLE BKICK MACHINE
Tor wh;ch th nnder? iprned nre OLE ACJETiT for the TATE Oi' USBElH
Prioo 021o. We Ir.tte all wiio ir,tenl makin Brkk tie caim .)a t.c;i
tbe 1 aoa i ue. W e i . oiifl leot that all who unce ee the Marbiite in operatiuo anJ ru tb --.; t
It is manfr(Hl, price capa-.iiy, quality of work, etc., will thn.w aside he wit of makiiu Sr.c h
all i njections to Brick Machine We WARRANT the M arine to bs well mat
and durable with proper care. That with one Team an 1 Five Ilantis ii win iaie j
15,000 Brick per Day, of a Better Qudiiy than can bp Midi U lh i
We do not, as other machines, claim mere than the Marhine can do, bnt what w r.iim w Tilrr
Por ?3.lo Toy
12-216m H. T. MllICli, sejjaHA CITY, 5T1
Groceries & Nails,
iSoots & Shoes,
Mats & C?aps,
Hosiery &, Wliite Goods,
And very other kind of Goods
at the Lowest Market Price, and to
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Corner Main and Second Streets nicriicrson's Clock,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Importer and Wholesale
STEAL and HEAVY HAEDWABt
Wagon, Carriage, and Ilow Wo.dorki. iT"
Spring?. Axes, Axeli, ShnTeIanJ Spa'le3,Fil:
Castings and Hollow Ware,
. . , , ........ . -
Stew pot Bake ovens. Fruit kettlt-s and
Clacksnillhs' Tools. Anvils. Strcka
merg, Viaea, Pincers, Kape, Farricra Knives. Tuyere
Ox Yokes, Axle Grease, Ox chains, Wog'.o Jacks,
l.OOO CELEBRATED MOTJNEr"
m patentel. and auirior to any vet mTenfeJ ; anj ptjS
UIcCormicK's Mowers and Reapers, nailers Horse C or
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oaiKy vurn vuiuvaior., Liana torn rianter, Corn Shellers. ixjlj rva, a,
Baying my goods direct rrnmtti mannfacturera, I offer great lodocaa31
TO WHOLESALE PURCHASERS AT
Constable's Iron and Steel Warehouse
Wholesale Dealers ia
Harnsss, Skixtlisg, nd all kind3
Saddler's Leather an Hardware.
SADDLES, BRID.. S, &Ct
Ajjects Tor Diastoos Circula Saws, and
No.8 South Third Street, between Felix k Edmond
ST. JOSEI'II, JIO. 451y.
eam, LTomia Heal. Potatca,Floar Apnleiit
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- Rikin? oDroppir.z Bnpe- wdi-tj fnrnsr,. .
otbers. Price of n:t;infi Um hire $ i t
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kept in a Western Store, wbichwf-1
and Retail Dealer in &:
and Raxa, Chains, Carnage anJ ii"
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Snrrar Kittles Andiron?, s11'
Sad Irons. ip;
and Dips, Be.lows.Sledge
Irons, Wrenchea, Ac.
Ox Shoe nail. Shore! and Pi' kS1"'
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ST. JOSEPH, MO.
HO. 3. LlMOW. ,1 j
A Larjje Stock alwajsoo
gtoneware, EkeU, WasbbJj!1
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