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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1868)
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B. Wr. Furnas, Editor.
JWTlIS NEMAHA CorKTT AGRl'CCLVRAI,
A!TD MKCHA2CICA1. ASSOCIATION W 111 hold Its
Third Annual Fair at Brownville, Septem
r 8nd, 23rd, 31th r l 25tU, 1S68.
Competition open to the w rid.
By mistake the following class
"FieM crops," in the Premium list of
the Nemaha County Agricultural and
Mechanical Association, was omitted
In the printed list. It should have
appeared as class No. 9. It now
stands as class : . .
Class 9J Field Cuors
...... ti U
.. 4 2
!I 4 2
CV,Q cr Yt"hfit ............
One acre Torn
One acre Oat
One acre I'.arlpy
One acre Potatoes
One acre Sugar Cane.- ....
1. The land shall be measured by
orae competent person, who shall
make affidavit of the accuracy of the
measurement and the quantity of
2. The cpplicant shall make affi
davit according to the forms annexed,
to the quantities of grain raised on
the ground entered on the Premium
List, which affidavit must accompany
the applications for premiums togeth
er with a sample of the grain.
(FOR5I3 OF AFFIDAVITS.) '
County, bs. A. B., being du
ly sworn, savs he accurately meas
ured the land upon which C. D. rais
ed a crop or tne past season,
and the quantity of land is
acres, and no more.
Sworn to before me, this
cf ,180-. Justice,
County, es. d D.f being du
ly sworn, sajs tliat he raised a crop of
- the past season, upon the land
measured by A. B., and that the
quantity of grain raised thereon was
bushels or measures, as the
case may be! and no more, to the best
of his knowledge.
. Sworn to, before me, this day of
, 1S6-. Justice.
Otoe County Agricultural So
ciety. The friends of agriculture in Otoe
county have recently organized an Ag
ricural Society in that county. Judge
O. B. Mason, President ; D. M. Mar
tinItVice President; J. M. Croxton,
Recording Secretary; CoL O. II. Irish,
Corresponding Secretary ; R..M. Kirk
ham, Treasurer. This is a move in
the right direction. What has become
of the Cass county organization which"
was In existence some years ago? Let
the friends all over the State organize.
CoL Brooks, one of the Rural New
Yorker, Rochester, New York, has
been invited to deliver the Annual
Address before the Nebraska State
James Vick, Esq., the most exten
sive cultivator of seeds in Rochester,
New York, has been invited to deliver
the Annual Address before the Ne
maha County Agricultural and Me
Kcmaha County Fair.
From all the information obtained,
and the interest manifested at home,
the coming Fair of the Nemaha Coun ty
Agricultural and Mechanical Associa
tion will be one of the grandest affairs
of the kind ever held In the West.
We have a large number of letters
from abroad, informing us that stock
and implements from a distance will
be exhibited. There will be some
fine stock here for sale. This is en
couraging. The Board of Managers
have mads the contract for the erec
tion of a permanent hall, two hundred
feet long by twenty-five feet wick-,
with a flower hall in the centre. Stalls
will be in readiEess for five hundred
head of stock.
. Farmers of Nemaha county, and Me
chanics of Brownville, Peru, Nemaha
city, Aspinwall, St. Deroin and Hills
dale, see that you are properly rep
resented in the fair. Don't be outdone
by anybody from other counties and
towns. Remember, our fair is open
to all the State the world, and this is
to be the fair. Diplomas taken at this
fairwill be worth their weight in gold.
Ladies, a word to you. This fair
cannot be a success without your aid.
Let floral hall speak for you.
now to Attend the Fairs.
We had intended to have written an
article on attending fairs, but reading
the following from the Rural World
on that subject, we copy it, endorsing
every word it containing.
Recreation, as commonly under
stood, is not a regular thing among
the farmers of the West. The half
holiday of a Saturday afternoon Is not
generally given to boys nor observed
by men. We would it were otherwise,
as much work might bo accomplished
and be done all the better than by con
stant application. There is not a truer
proverb recorded by the wisest king
than that, "All work and no play
makes Jack a dull boy," and this is
true as well of children of a larger
growth. But without following up
this train of thought or reasoning to
its legitimate result, we wish to speak
of a weekof recreation forevery family,
or as many of each family as can pos
sibly leave, first to attend the county
or district fair, and the State Fair, if
possible. Fairs in the Old Country
are more of markets, held at a certain
town,"and for a specific purpose, where
recreation and merry-making are only
incidental. There are horse, cattle
and sheep fairs, where bu ver and seller
are brought into immediate contact,
where every one who has stock to seli
expects to dispose of it. and he who
has to buy makes calculations to sup
ply his wants there and . then. It
would be well if our fairs had a little
more of this Character. "As it is, our
fairs are only great expositions, and
sales are only incidental. "Another
good old custom of the old country is
the Harvest Home, a general holiday
and meny-making for the laborers
yho brought home the golden sheaves,
Lava.fillcd the mows, with flagrant
hay. and are only wailing the word to
put in the bright plough-shares, and
cast the precious ssd into the earth
for another crop. In America, on ac
count of the maize or corn harvest,
which d?os not occur until October,
there seems to be no end to the har
vest ; and there are plenty of localities
vrhere the corn harvest goes on every
plea-sant day in winter, and is scarcely
complete before s; rir.r comes with iu
constant demand for labor and toil.
k it happens on many farms that
there is really no let vp. A man may
so manage that he will never have a
ayof pleasure: but with him all is
toil tnd labor. Is that the way to en
joy the fruits of your anxi.ty, labor
W toil? Why not take a little of the
rood you are so intent upon providing
icr a xlzza that you may most proba
bly never will come? So take our
adVice and attend your county and
State Fair. Get your work into such
shape that nothing will suffer ; pro
vide yourself with funds for, without
that,pleasure an d eni oyment cannot be
had in this sordid, selfish world of ours.
Don't leave your wile ai nome, uui
vrinr iipr nfonrr. or vour son and
daughter, and enjoy a respite, and
gain strengtn ana courage ior rtue t-u
efforts on the farm. When at the fair
rinn't. lnnlr nil over the rrround at once.
or travel 2.40 pace, but find out the lo-
.... - . '
calities ol eacn sperm ieaiure, ana
then visit each department in turn ;
have your memorandum book handy,
note-down what may interest you or
vour's, so that you can refer to these
things when at home for those who
have'to stay at home will want to know
what you did see and hear. Post your
self as to prices, and get all the infor
mation you can. Don't go into side
shows to see fat women, or a calf with
two heads and eight legs, or any other
monstrosities; but look at the stock,
examine the points and make note of
the name and place where you can
purchase a fine Short Horn or Chester
While, or any other desirable stock:
for of course you believe in improve
ment and progress.
Ilavinjr riven two or three hours to
? . . ..... i m
this methodical visiting eany in ine
morning, rive yourself up to the en
joyment of the hour ; for the Director:
are certainly trying to entertain you
Vptt flav visit one or two other denart
mpnts. k.iv machinery or farm pro
ducts, or both, and so on to the end of
the chapter, men naving taKen co-
ntAiia w, ri.T v-sMl Tt-ill 1 & I il ti f"k T0 Y"T O Tit -
ber and use all that may be learned or
enjoyed; because all your enjoyments
of time and sense consist very much
in anticipation or retrospection per-
ifA i a. . ! . a :
naps as mucn as in actual parucipuuou
TFestern Cherry Culture.
A correspondent sends us a copy of
a communication read by J. V, Hop
per before the Illinois Horticultural
Society, giving the results of his long
experience with the different varieties
of the cherry, from which we copy
the following extracts. The Heart
and Bigareau varieties as is well known
do not succeed there :
The Duke cherry tree may be re
garded as liardy, for, although they
do occasionally winter kill, yet not
more so than the Peach, which we re
gard as being hard3 Among the
Dukes, the May Duke is the earliest,
and on this account the most desira
ble. It is a good cherry for the des
sert and for cooking, the tree is a rapid
growth and an early and abundant
bearer. Complaint has been made
of this variety, that it ripens its fruit
In succession, so that for market pur
poses the whole crop cannot be gath
ered at once, which some think desi
rable. It is not true that all summer
fruits ripen in succession? I think it
is, and it is not a real objection. This
characteristic of our summer fruits is
very desirable ; thereby their season
is extended through several weeks
I regard the May Duke one of the most.
desirable cherries to riant for home
use and for market.
Belle Magnifiqve. It is a very good
cherry, larger and better in quality
than the May Duke, and about three
Heine Hortcme. Very good fruit,
but a shy bearer.
Belle de ChoLvj. A verv shy bearer.
I regard the buds of all of the Dukes
as being somewhat tender; that is,
liable to be killed by a frost somewhat
harder than will kill the buds of
Morcllos and Kentish. This family
of cherries are all hardy in tree and
bud. They are all quite tart, yet for
cooking and canning, they are very
pood, if not the best cherries we have.
The Black Morello is the common
cherry of the country. The red Ken
tish, differs from the black only in
color, yet it sells in the market much
higher, because persons buy by sight,
and not from a knowledge of quality.
These varieties are known by the
abundant suckers that grow from their
roots. They should be grafted as here
Early Richmond. I cannot agree
with the Illinois State Horticultural
Society in calling this the Early May,
as it is quite well known that there is
another cherry of the same family that
is known as the Early May, which is
an inferiorfruit. I was well acquainted
with this Early May iu Ohio. The
fruit is small and very sour. The tree
is of very slender prowth, and small
in all its parts, while the Early Rich
mond is a stout, short-jointed grower.
Again, they admit that the Early
Richmond originated near Richmond,
Virginia, and hence this name ; and
this to my mind is a sufficient reason
why this name should be retained, as
every person will know what cherry
is intended by Early Itichmond; but
if Early May is spoken of or. written
about, confusion and disappointment
may result; and I believe no other
cherry-is known by the name of Early
Richmond. I have had the Early
Richmond in bearinp seven or eipht
years, and in that time have not failed
to raise a crop. Though sometimes
the crop would be thinned by late
spring frost, I know of no fruit tree
that is as certain to produce a crop as
the Early Richmond cherry. The
quality of the fruit is second rate, it
beinp quite tart even when fully ripe;
yet for cooking it is very good. Birds
eat it. and they will not cat a poor
fruit. We usually can a large lot of
these cherries for nome use, taking
out the stones, which are easily pulled
out by the stems ; and thus prepared
they are a very good tart fruit. They
are very free from worms ; we seldom
find a knotty or deformed cherry
among them. 'It ripens about one
week later than the May Duke. I
know of no cherry that is as profitable
as this variety as a market fruit, and
for home purposes we are never disap
pointed by it. The fruit grows in cl us
ters, and they can be picked rapidlv
with the stems on, which should af-waj-s
be done for marketing or heme
use, as in most instances the stone can
le drawn out by the stem. Last year
I sold my crop at $5 per bushel, de
livered at the express office. At this
rate the profit will bo large, as one
hundred and sixty trees can and should
be planted on an aero. Another thing
that makes this tree desirable to the
market ochardist is-its freedom from
the many ills that other trees are heir
to. The peacn tree has its borer anq
leaf curl, also winter" and spring frosts ;
the pear has the destructive blight;
the apple its borer and the many in
sect enemies that attack the leaf and
fruit, while the grape rot bids defiance
to the skill of the vintner. But I have
not seen anything on the Early Rieli
mond cherry, either tree or fruitj ex
cept the Tent caterpillar and the birds.
The catapillars are easily destroyed,
and the birds well, I am not now wri
ting about birds.
Mv trees of this variety commenced
bearing at from four to five years from
the graft, and bear full crops at from
six to seven years from the time ot
LEACH & SI2IPS0N,
MILLINEES & DEESS MAKERS,
Second St. bet. I Iain and Water,
Wish to inform the Ladies of Krownvllle
nnd vicinity, that they have Just commenced
a first class
Where work win be done with great care and
neatness, and after the Latest Kastern. styles.
lUenching done la the very latest styles, and
on short not ice.
Lawta styles of Ladies' and Children's Hats
and bonnets constantly on hand. Also latest
patterns of Ladies' Dress Goods, Cloaks, and
Children's Clothinsr cut on ehort notioe.
M1.-.S KU.MCE LEA err.
. MAKY A. SliUTSOK.
xsrnr go ons.
TIIEO. HELL & CO.,
HARDWARE, 4 j
'Ladle's, Gents' & Childrcns'i
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Hats and Caps,
Forming, perhaps, the
i :- !
j offered to
iWholesale or Ketatt
West of the Missouri IUrer.
Vvr hftvlnsr txvn OUt-i
Idone for extent of Stook or
(Fair dealing, they merit the
(connaence aau patronage oi.
RAH7EY iz. LEWIS,
STAPLE AXD FANCY
Embracing all the Novelties of tie
Also a large and well selected stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS A2ID CAPS,
SA L T, LIME AND
Our Goods were bought of first hands,
and we think we can offer such induce
ments lo purchasers as cannot fail to
suit those wishing lo buy. Call and see
All Kinds of Produce ta&en in Ex-
Change for Goods.
Livery, Sale, Peed and Exchange
Corner Main and Levee Streets,
Buys, Sells and Exchanges
STOCK, CITY PROPERTY,
LANDS, &c, Sec.
Has Larare Stock Corrall close to Steam Fer
ry Landing. Stable accommodations for
Fifty . Horses.
Sln?Je and Match Horses. Bucaies and Car-
rlagc'51ways on hand for sale. 40-y
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable!
Ben. Rogers, Proprietor.
Nos. 82 and 84 Main Street . .
Pealer In all kinds of stock. Ilorses bought,
sold and exchanged. Stock boarded by the
day or week.
The Propritor has recently erected an entire
new, large and eommodeous Stable, near the
old HrowiiTllle Honse. His stock Is all freMi
and vehicles new. The public can be accom
modated at all hours,
DAY OR NIGHT.
A stock corrall, with an ftbnndnnt supply
of pure water, attached to the stable. 4-ly
Perils Livery Stable.
, . ; CHARLES GRADE, ' .
All Kinds or Stoclc.
Horses Bought, Sold, or Exenanged.
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week.
MY STABLES srectocted with rood Horses
nd bDRpies. Persons ishinn conveyance to any
portion of the Nemaha Land District can be accom
Peru & Brownville Coach
Leaves MY STABLES eTery morning at 10
o'clock, a.m. Passengers or packages safely con
veyed. Order left with the Postmasters wi!l be
promptly attended to. (xii3l6in)
JOHN L. CARSON,
Exchange Bonsht and Sold on all the prin
cipal cities. Also dealer in Gold and Silver
Coin, Gold Dust and
Deposits received, payable at sight. Inter
est paid on time deposits by special agree
ment. Taxes paid for non-residents.
- All kinds of U. S. Bonds wanted. . .
J E "W ELE "ST.
X4. 59 ITain Street, BrownriUe.
lias Just opened and will constantly
yZv , keep on hand a large and well assorted
jistock of genuine articles In his line.
Tlonairlnz of Clocks, Watches, and Jew
elry done on short nocice. "
' 2IcPIicrson8 Dlocli,
Sole Agents -
In Southern Nebraska, Atchison and Holt
County, Ho., for the
THE BEST 111 THE WORLD! !
p PLIPPER D
UlJTOH 1 I LOWS
THE BEST BLO WNO W MADE!
C. AULTUAN & Go's
THS 02TLY GZSULNS
C. ACLTMAIt, I IIXNET II. TATLOB, '
Manufacturer, ' j Gea'l Western Ag't,
Canton, Ohio. Chicago, 111.
TWO STYLES OF HORSE POWERS.
The Improyed C?areyM Power,
(Both eight and ten horse.) 1
THE C0W:PESrSATIJO' POWEB,
(BotS eight and ten horse.)
A land&tf s ambition exists aaong tirecieri to " own
Le best machine in the neighborhood," Nothing ia
"aor disagrealle to them thaa to lave farmers com.
tlaia that their work is not properlj fione, 01 to lost)
valnable time ty reason of breakages, and they can
lot be too careful in selecting a machine.
The Sweepstakes rs the accredited head
of the Threhiog Machine family, and its enperior
sire n?tn, durability, simplicity, case of draft, styls
if finish, and capacity for threshing and cleaning
grain faster and bettor than any other in the world,
Tfcs great reputation achieved by this
farorite machine hiis led sereral unscrupulous manu
facturers, and numerous agents, to attach the nam
' SwtErsTAKES," in one way and another, to tlicll 1
machines and advertisements to mislead and deceive.
right piracy, and sailing under false color?. To
avoid the counterfeit, see that every machine lias
the card, "C. AULTMAN it CO., MAjrcTACrrEFBS,
Coh.h, Ohio," in gilt letters, conspicuously on bote
sides of the Separator.
The Genuine Sweepstakes enables tha
thresher to pick his customers, seMom stops for re.
pairs, lasts much longer than others, saves much
grumbling nnd vexation, does the same amount of
work with ls labor, and enables him to select th
best and most profitable jobs.
The farmers give it a preference, and
often an extra price per bushel, burfiuse it threshes
clean from the beads, separates perfectly from the
straw, cleans fit for market without waste, saves all
the grain, does its work with the utmost speed, safe
ty and economy, and does not keep a gang of men
nd teams about them on expense.
The elegant "Piitent Pivot Side Gear''
Is to be found only on the Swespstakju.
Our "Patent Cleaning' Apparatus" en
ables the operator to control the direction of the
blast, and position of the seives, and clean eithet
neavy or light grain, without waste, as fast as it
an be threshed, the chaff and dirt being separated
Tom the grain Iton it ttriket the ieiv at all.
Separators, Horse Powers, Strvw Stack
ers, Gears or Jacks, sold separately, when
Jesired. A written warranty delivered with every
machine. The " SWEEPSTAKES " is usualy a very
tcarce article after harvest, and parties should order
Call or send and get a pamphlet circular,
giving a full description and particulars, together
with numerous certificates, and the names and resi
dence of over three thousand persons who have
b night and used the Sweepstakes in Illinois, Iowa.
Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Kansas, alone.
For sale by
THEODORE KILL &CO.,
So. TO Mcrherson's Block, Brownville.
Separater and Cleaner !
Manufactured and sold by
TTl A trlfll rf tlila m orVi Inoot ror1rna fAnntw
and State Fairs, and the judgement of every
one who sees and uses It, unite in pronoun
cine lirinkerhoif's Corn Sheller the best evpr
invented. With it a man can shell his cron
of corn at his leisure without an assistant,
and thereby save In a short time more than
nmn me cost oi a sneuer.
this Corn Sholler has taken the first premi-
state Fair, when but partially perfected. It
has Hincp rxn i
tion, which makes it complete. "
Aiw ionowine is ine report ot tne judges
on this machine, at the great trial of Agri
cultural Implements held at Auburn, N. Y.,
in July, lstw, under the auspices of the New
AmOTl tllf iriahlnMa An awVifKittvn ww-ab m
- -VU CAU1U111VU V (10 CS
nand Corn Sheller, Separator and Cleaner,
exhibited byj. BrinkerhofT. Anhnm. X. V
e have carefully examined and thorouehlv
ten tea this machine an.i hain t hdtntnn
in pronouncing it thp rpxt hirv sun.
LEU VK F.XF.R haw it .Vii' V.
itself to ears of any size orshape, shells clean,
and With ercatrnnif!itt7 i '
same operation separates the corn from the
coo, ana tne chaff from the com, and deliv
ers the corn ready for market: and it re
quires but the labor of hnt
crate it. tne whole affair in R m rl f Irk ton.
struction, and durable. .
Tteoorts of Arlfiiltnrol rnt. r- i.
and opinion of Acncultural and other Jour'
nals, might lie cited at great length, but we
content ourselves with, the foUowing letter
ns caoDinsr them all ; 6
(Copy of Xetter from TT. S. Agent for Paria
L, mversal Expositiou.)
No. 40 Park Row. Times Building.)
r t Ew York, Dec. 8th, 1866. f
, m'tjli imr; 21 Y
Advisory Commutes appointed to select Im
plements foT Exhibition at the Universal
Exnosition In Paris in ixtt ..JZ.". Pts&i
- , - - --1 - . uavrwitrieu anu
recommended to me your Corn Sheller as the
I have accepted their report, and will for
ward VOlir Shf-llf r if lloMwrcvi ,
shipment, on or before January 1st. 1S7.
Winra Tni 1 t n tt.-t- tit
Price, and 30.
According to finish and 6lze of balance wheel.
Sample shellers shimed on rece.int of i
price, and warranted to give satisfaction, or
the 3Iachine will be taken back said' the
money iefunded upon notice within a reason
able time. Address.
TTM. T. DESX, Agent,
Tl2-5-ly Brownville, Nebraska.
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BUTT GOODS AIID GnOCSIlII.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
Y A N KEE NO T I 0 X S ,
roctery, Glassware ai ifails,
HOSIERY AND WHITE GOODS.
And every other kind of Goods kept In a "Western Store, which we will
W&enever ybn are in Town Call and See Us!
Corner Slain nnd Second Streets,
SViyA Hi r
Groceries auil Provisions
, We have on hand a large and well assorted stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY GBO CEBIES,
To v hich we are making constant additions, and which we are
selling at Prices as low as any House west of the IJississippi
IS THE QUALITY' OF OUK GOODS WE DEFY COMPETITION !
2T FLOUR OF THE MOST APPROVED BRANDS.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
12-40 SWJLIV Sc BlfcO.
ST. JOSEPH AIID ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEI.1EOTS
ST. JOSEPH, 31 o.
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Wagon, Carriage and Plow Woodworks.
Springs, Axes, Axel3, Shovels, Spades, Files, Rasps, Chains, Carriage and
'lire Jtiolts, iNutts and v asners, iNaiis,
baws, etc. Castings nnd Hollowware, Susrar Kettles And
irons, Skillets and Lids, Stew pots,
RLACXiKJJITirs TOOLS, Anvils,
liana Hammers, - vices, 1'incers, Hasps, carriers' Knives, Tuyre Iron, &e
OUTFITTING GOODS. Ox Yokes, Axle Grease, Ox chains, Wagon Jacks
Ox Shoe nails, Shovels and Picks, Gold Pans, etc. Hubs, Spokes and Bent
siun. i,uuu ceieDraiea xuoiinc i'io
Eagle Mowers, $Ttu7
Kallers Horse Corn Planters, Sulky
iiay jtiaKes, etc., cic. x airuanu s
Buying my goods direct from
Inducements to Wholesale Buyers at
Union Foundry and Machine Shop.
Bnmside, Crowtlier & Kogers,
Cor. 8th and Kessanie Sts., St. Joseph, Mo.
Steam Engines Made & Repaired
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
Mill Works of all Kinds.
Iron Fronts made to order on short no
tice, and satisfactory to all parties.
Also asent for Gardener & Robertson's Im
proved Patent Governor. 4t-ly
CORNER 6th and ST. CHARLES Sts.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Also Dealer In
LIME, HAIR, CEMENT,
Plaster, White Sand, Fire Brick.
&, dc, Ac, Ac. ll-451y
WOOLWORTH & COLT,
And Dealers In
Book, Stationery, Paper
.1 HANGINGS, AND
No. 12, 2d St., St. Joseph. Mo.
CASH PAID FOR RAGS!
W. M. WYETH & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer in
Harness, Skirting and all kinds of
SADDLERS LEATHER & HARDWARE,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c.
3Agents for Ditson'a Circular Saws and
LULU V XXi'0 BAJT .&
No. 6, South Third, bet Felix & Edmond Sts.
ST. JOSEPH, MO. 451y
- Horse iNails, Horse and Mule Shoes
Bake ovens, Fruit kettles and Sad Irons
Stocks and Dies, Bellows, Sledge and
Corn Cultivators, Hand Corn Shellers,
manufacturers I offer great
Constable's Iron and Steel Warehouse
St. Joseph, Mo.
JOIIX PIXGER W. H. DOUGLAS
PINGER fc DOUGHS
Wholesale Dealers in
tc, Ac. No. 7, Fourth street,
ST. JOSEPH. MO. 4oly
LEMON, HOSEA & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign
Dry Goods, Clothing:, Etc.,
, No. 5 Fourth Street, ST. JOSEPn.
A large stock always on hand. Orders so-
iieiteo. atisiiurtio n guaranteeU. io-iy
DAIJIEIi PIlAirCIS & Co.
.ST. LOUIS, MO.
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment
The Trade supplied with Blocks and Slabs.
Sawing; Done to Order.
M. F. BOYD, Agent,
21-ly Brownville, Nebraska.
UNDBRHILL & EATON,
No. 2 City Buildings,
St. Loul, 2Io
Second National Bank..... Va1'
Allen, Copp & Nlsbet, St-
Branch Stlte Bank of Iow.;.......Ibuqae.
Johnston & HiVcon, Bankers...- t.Madi: son, la.
Isaac Scarrlt & Co., -'t"'
Blair & At wood, Alton, m.
James A. Jackson & Co.,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS
No. 101 North 2nd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
Consignments of Country Pd o"1.". $:
From oSr exierience in this branch of busl
new, and by giving it our lenonal ttn"n.
we fwl eonn ient we can mJK pnV;
terest of parties to give us tJaeir shipments.
j. a. prsxB. T.m -
Eight street, two blocks from. R E. Depo
ST. JOSEPH, MO. ly
A&MCUTURAL YA?tE HOUSE
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FUBST & BHADLEY'S
SULKY AND WALKING CULTIVATORS!
TirTnnmrs it a I. t. r a t r e t
t3A.head of all in the
Cayuga Chief Eeaper and UoYzer.
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Sweepstakes of the World!
I Cliallenge all Self-Eakes " to a
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
.11 i in. ' -W. M e , V ' '
THE BEST WAGOSS MADE!
TWO MEN DO THE BINDING and RIDE ALL THE WHILE
Samples Xoiv on Hand of all the Machines we Sell! .
Come 22Lc3. See BZ 2
And see If I cannot suit you in goods and PRICES 1 I buy my Machinery by the car lexvi
thus saving freight. A f u supply of all
H . T . MINI C K ,
AGRICULTURAL IHPIELITS & BDICS G1C0IIIES
3T E M A U A
B ncksmith'i Drill,
Portabl nd SUtion
band or ordered t
"We would call
especial attention to onr Sclf-TLakln snd Prorptrs? Tteflrr,h!rh fnr enry
;ment, work, etc, is fast superceding ail other. Combined Maculae
EAGLE BRICK MACHINE
Tor' trsWi ws srs SOIrE AGEXTi for Ktbrsst. Trtr f 3V.
EST VEtOT OF
Field I Order Early Ud
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S E L F R A K E I
Cuts Six rcetl
Trial, macliiiie agahst Hacliba I
kinds of Farm Machinery in their season.
F. A. Tisdel & Co..
Cor. 1st & Atlantic Sts ErownTls. ,
1 E 31 A II A
Tktb. Sc&uol Eooi
nl i Birch Bslls,
h lowest poftib
rtw for Gu&?
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