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LO DOE DIRECTOKY :
CKA3D LODGE :
. W. C. T., Rer. J. W. TB(frt. Nebraska Cijj
G. W. Counselor J. Bkinner, Omaha
. w V. T Misi Kddr, Omaha
0. W. 8 J. Stevenson, Bellevua;
6. W. T. 3. Bristol, O in ah a.
The next annual session of the Grand
Lodge, I. O. G. T., of Nebraska, wili be
held in Plattsmonth, commencing on
Wednesday, the 16th day of June, 1869.
Officers and RepreseatatiTes, on their
arriral at Plattsmonth, will report imme
diately to the committee at the Lodge
Room, in the Court House, who
will proTido them with homes during
Lodges are 'earnestly requested to
foiward.immediately t.te names of their
Bepresentatires elect to the committee
By order of committee.
Committee, T. W. Shryock, Chairman,
W. D. Ferree, J. W. Barnes, Mrs. M.
J. Humphrey, Miss. Laura Daris.
AU papers in the State friendly to the
Order will please copy.
Couldn't Subscribe". A pair of
those interesting, entertaiuing ladies,
who seem to carry on so large n busi
ness in the way of procuring subscrip
tions for new works, and who are so
IT. J?. TODD,
SEWING MACHINE AG'T
PL A TTSMO UTII, NEBRA SLA .
A good assortment of machines and mehine flod
Icga kept on band. JQOffice at Stadelinann's
Clothing Store. .Dee. 4 '67
Machnes re pared on short no fee.
WEEPIKS WATER, NEB.
HORTON & JENES
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES," HARD
WARE, QUEENSWARE, CROCK
ERY, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
SnOES, AND NOTIONS.
PINE AND COTTONWOOD LUMBER,
SniNGLES AND LATH.
We are Agents for Wlllcox & Cibbs Sewing Ml.
chine, which U undoubtedly the bed. Machine now
hi use. marchl9tf.
Weeping Water Mills.
Farmers, go where you can get the
best Flour and the most of it.
83 Ibt oXXX FLOVIt and 12 Hi tf PR A
delightfully importunate, so sweetly gin ,n exchange for good wheat.
On get-nd-able, Called a 8nori lime We are also doing grist work; and, with our In
.;no at iK nffir of a VOUnf lawver creastd facilities, feel assured that we can give the
SlQCe at th9 omce OI tt youii0 uwyci and the most flour of any mm lu the State.
lor purpose oi geumg u.m .uu- r .1
scribe. satisfaction Guaranteed
Indeed, ladies," said he, "the part- PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
nership of which 1 am an Dumoie mem
k.. ha latplo hf.cn so imDrudent as to
I:".:" f .heir own. which. REED & CLINTON.
ia consequence of the enormous ex-
TIIO.IIAJ? II- HYDE-
Real Estate Office,
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
Goreroment Tands selected from pi r son a I exam
ination. Free Homesteads selected, surred and se
cured. Lands in second band' and improred farms
bought and sold. Titles examined, and Conveyances
REFKBENcr? : John D. Turner, late Pres O k 0
tT R R ; Lee County National Hai.k, Dixon, III. ;
Robert Harris, Sapt C B ec Q R R; Anr Banker in
Whiteside county, III. ; Register and Receiver of
Land Office. Nebraska City. nil
NEW ME.1T iHlRKET!!
CORNER 2d 4- MAIN STREETS,
Keep constantly on band the best o
All Kinds of .Heats,
which they can furnish their customers at the
BEST OP RATES FOR CAS H I
July 2d. 1S63 3m.
pense attending its illustrations, em
bellishments, etc, has completely crip- J-r-
B. Mc Median,
II CU U a I
"Then, perhaps, replied tfe angelic HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
canvasset, "we could procure you some IRON, STEEL and NAILS,
subscribers. What do you rail your BOCK ISLAND PLOWS,
WOrkr ' t. . tJtr CORX.PLAXTERS,
Well, we have not fully deter. m
mined yet; but I guess I'll let my wife Cultivators, sulky and walking,
have her own way, ana can u iiier
me Charles Henry."
,m'r : e A Large Variety on Hand,
emigrations from CaDada to the Unit- fepades, bhovels. Hoes, Kakes,
ed States, which has, and is still creat- &c., &C.
ing serious consideration in the mnds A larRestorknowon hand at small advance on
of English officials, may be inferred Eastern Prices.
from a late article published in the 10G Main Street, - Nebraska City,
Franco- Canadien, at St. Johns, which
says that at the station of that town
alone, emigrant tickets are sold ta the
amount of $700 to S1.000 per dy.
Other stations near the lines sell still
A letter from Bryan, Wyoming Ter
ritory says: "You can see, at almost
any town, notices from Vigilance com
mittees for certain persons to leave
town. I had quite a laugh a few days
since. The committee waited on a
man they call "Wild Bill," and gave
him fifteen mioutes to leave tne town.
Bill got on his mule and paid. "Gen
tlemen, if this d d mule don't baulk,
X uuu v vvaui uui u.v.
(Opposite the Seymour Lions?)
SIGH OP THE PAD-LOCK.
In one of Cooper'a novels occurs the
following passage : "He dismounted
in front or the house and tied his horse
to a laree locust. A French author
in translating the panage renders n
thus: "He descended from his horse
in front of the chateau, and tied him
to a large gras.-hopper."
The Chicago Fost very sensibly
I THOMAS W. SHRYOCK,
AXD DEALER AV ALL KISDS OF
Furniture and Chairs.
THIRD STREET, (Near Main,)
FLA TTSMO UTH, JVEBRJISKJ.
Reparinfr and Yarnihing neatly done,
EJ" Funerals attended at the shortest notice.
Empire Bakery !
2d ST., OPFOSITE"SEfT YORK STORE."
rLATTSMOUTH, - . NEB
kept on hand at all times.
One door west of Donelan"s Drvg-sicre
Ready-iiu d 3 clothing-,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
ITATS. PAPS. BOOTS. S770E&
and a general stock of
For the Plains; also, a large lot or
RUBBER CLOTIIhYG. REVOLT
ERS JlJVD J'OTIOJ'S.
TVs K v i t ... ...
- --""-rocB neioreyou Miranihrr..lul
Ti' r . ... - -
Hw.oiAUfcUUNA A CO.
J. M. EINCHlMArT,
(Successor to Donelan Dinchnian,)
Druggist & Apothecary
nays : "Une great reason why Eastern It n mn utttj t ji tt llRlinC X 1 t?ninill r-n
?pend- iiU 1 O J1F4 1) iiJtiWilO UIIMUJ ml-UIUIIMCd.
journals are not so good and inde
ent, as a general rule, as Western
journals, is because ten Eastern editors
to one Western belong to the office-
The Keokuk Gate CUu says: "Mr.
Rose married Miss Violet at Winter
set, last week. There is a flower-bed
foryou. That Rose may reasonably PA PjTni fl WtRRACfA
ws-si wh w iikuiinvivm
expect to be a poppy in lime.
The nndersigned Commissioners appointed by an
girl in Wisconsin Swallowed forty art of the LelHlature of the fc'tsie ef Nebraska, en
rcuasion cans Her mother rf f rain. iitlei "5a Act lo Provide fr h Sale of the Unsok
rcussion caps. Iier moiner retrain- Lots and Blocks on the town site of Lincoln, and
ed from spaQkiog her for fear of an I for the L,,caont and EreCtion of a state uiiventy,
Tnn.,An nl Auricninral Collie, and State Lunatic Asylum
v.,,.vu, I approvea eo 15, 1S6!,'' will at
An Albany tippler swallowed a chip
from a molasses cask with a glass of
gin and molasses the other day, and it
killed him. A terrible warning against Capital of the StatelofJXebraska
tne use of molasses.
Paints, . 0iIg
For Mechanioal and SledicinaZ purpose
Keep constant on hsnda fuanl wtU abort
ed stock of
Lock Sticb. Reversible Feed
T WIltltiyiH EXHIBITED.
.THE ONLY ONE
Capable cf sewing in more than cne direction
FASTENING ALL ITS OWN SEAMS
Without stopping Machine or Turning the Cloth.
" n waa-es less thread than any other, and
""umcrne s stura wiinout holding the
ends of the thread.
Warranted to Sew Il-.ary or Fine Goods
Equally as well.
MjACHINES SOLD SINCE 1861.
Bead for Beport and Circu.a'-p.
Wra. E. Plant,iGen. Agt
612' North Fourth street. Si. Louis, Mo.
r. G. II. BLACK. Ag't,
Nor. 21. 166S jl. '
Is retailed at a price within the reach of all. This
Tr,1?V,Atit'rf:lt Dee,u, make LOCK
h. HHn doJ eTery ewintr. It win
..iiii '-T, "Bnj, quilt, tuck, ruffle
and gather; will wrk equally we'j oni:k linen
woolen, or cotton good,, with linen, or cotton thread.'
SHUTTLE SEWING MAC11IXE
Warranted lor Five Years!
iyUZZiSTm be sVpp,ied witb lP!i-a parts of
the Machine, in case cf accident. It nkts Drecil v
the M,ne . Itch mnd,- by the Sinpor. Wliee erTwiU
son. Howe, and Florence MhcMuVs.' It t, ,."
d..r.r?d , Mke .he oflngh-pnced Machlol. adl."
the only low.pncfd Shuttle ilach,n iniu .
that ha. i hi feed. WVare enal.ll ,r
cIlMSIH TTr.V Uirnivc .
account of iu Bd
chine". ,iD cmi""i ComMted ia.
we wish f o arrange with iger.ta, mile or lomal..
represent the Amer.can shuttle SrVjni vUhTne tn
and Ontario. Kxtra i.,U,cme? to KiprHenCed
AM1 partical!i"' -to ".W.E1
G. V. iY. ANDREWS,
K. B Lor the hriieflf nf nllr A tt ....... - i
ranged with part.o. tvho hav.. 'tZ
of samPiM and full llc o rV., t'of oe d
Uctnll, jJiJr"' V. K. AXDIttH's, G ene ra r A g t
O. F. JOHNSON,
(opposite Clark & riummer,)
&c, &c, &c.
Prescriptions cart fully compounded by an expe
rienced Druggbt. aug6 nlS.
t 9. BEX
If. IB. Wiiceler Sc Co
Real Estate Agents,
Commissioners of Deed
Fire and Life Ins, Ag'tf,
PLATTSMOUTIT, X. T.
Collfctlons promptly attenrtr.l to, and proeeeJ.
mitte.i at cirretit rat,-,, of Kxoi:lape. Taxes
W-'n Ioa and Xebrau lor t,ou residents' ri I
to la id iuvfst.pat, ,1. ilMmy n.J on lissl K.I. '
securmes. I.d Warrants I .'stcrt. '
for solj.ers. their liwJBn. , ,,n, teirs.
for .he purchase ,d sale of lan.ls and City protc-J
ty, .easing of TeuementK. roic.J
Hon. 8.H. Elt.ert, D nv-r City C T
Messrs Kountze Urns., (mhu'xeb '
-'LImr If. K-braav'i City.
Dr. nin Lewis, Boston, Ms.srhusetts.
FI Y Pitmar.. Chirac", I! inols
H SI Magill, Ciniiri'iM'i. t)l-.
Tootle llsnna, Platt.tiioirth Kehraska.
I. It itii-h. Three Hirers. Michiitan.
II in K Ke!Jow, Hiot.mll. .(. V. Hconsln
BonT M M.rqneit, Plalt.iin.uih, Neb'ranka
,7 L,ewi;; A''01 '' Bt . Hafl'alo, New Yor'k,
E. A. WIGIF.NHOBir,
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS! !
Everybody, aud moie Ho, are going to
B. A. VvIGG-EHHOHlT Si Co.,
To buy iheir
The largest and most complete
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
Are now ou exhibition at the Sew York Store, ,t greatly reduced price,. We call pulicilrr atten-
DRESS-GOODS, PKINT3 t,on " onr ncW tl' eot
JiLE ACHED COTTONS.
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
e .... , , . COTTON YARNS IJOOTS AND SHOEb
ot all kinks and prises to suit our numerous customers. A laree stock of
HATS AND CAPS,
We have a hrj stock cf lb celebrated HAP HTM OITV rs! iddto
Dl r 1 A PTimni r- . i i-v
r-Ti. V.;ATrT?h?,P-,,nVLtItAK,NU PLOWS, ami all kin.!,.
CvtL,7,VAiTCAFlE,Ac:PnS- SEEOERS, HAY RAKES, &C
llatt.mouih Aprils. 1SG9. JS.. A. WIG(,NHORN & CO.
Carde,) a! th same tirrn ; ihe mchiu.-r f" b,,h
in , wfcc or,ler. We ue the Pat.u. Machine c.'rti
which wi re ruu enough lasi year to tMalZwi ! :
WHITE & BUTTERY,
Carder Is wll Wn.. .jVw.... . ' - 1 ',,8!
taioed for the betieflt Af ih. .'..,.
advuntflL'p. . (i:.r,u. ..
With the above
o tbeadrartaf.-eoj all who want work ?,
to eom this D E . - ""J'""
niy" s . t wis. yw;;;
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
Dpn ! In f.A .11 a... . - -
and other Ki.. fl11 CtntnonPIno
53s All Instrument warranted Ave rears.r3
- oct21 ly
Toilet Soaps, Brushes, all kind.
f7oT frit rT rn r
- auV , uuci Aruuies, iojs, irusses, Supporters,
Shoulder Braces, Grass and Garden Seeds,
for meJicinal purposes.
Life Insurance Compa'y,
9S Uroadwny, A'ew-l'ork.
CYRUS CURTISS, President.
CashAssetts. - . Sl.OOO.OOO.
Entire proHts dividf d among the Polirr Holder.
Policies uonf..if, ;iai,je. ft,.r i , anoUH ,yui.'r,,
IVvM"ndaoutherr,ntri..i.l..n I'lan. puld anr.ual
ly from Ut of policy, ami in the premluuit are
out paid, applie J to ke p the ic.iiranr in foree.
LIFE POLICIES SELF-SUSTAINING
Id from 13 to 20 yearn, a -v.i dng to g.
This Coiii.nr ir,ua p. .lie . all theapproTfd
plan nl oiiraLC-, ai.d otl'tfiKurcry iuUueuiutcoB
.?rfrjt with olvt-iu'y.
For paril.:ulHr apply to the undenlined
For A(t.Tri.- t..
VAIL it MA.Ti.V, C, norl airn.,
RLftD 4 J.TMAN. Air. ui (Vho, jj Ufl,
Pr. R. 3. LIVINGSTON, l . ,1. KtcHmmrr,
nl1' t riattamouth.Aeb.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
1M TiUl BIBLE,
BY REV. DANIEL. MARCH. D D.
For full, free, tlow i. c c'. ar. m .tiklluir. pura ari
srur,, .,yi,.; f.,r po(:,i.; p..tj,!..r b.aatr ,.f
r.... i,t . d rub gl-vs mi; -in. ifi.ii.iioD ; for i.iro
ar.a.,iii-f ft a-a r. fr.,j d-ULeailoua aii.l ni a
-CO. ,!.,),, ,. -1r Ijfo I.k., I ir.,rnr,IK Hll,
f. i l. i.; T .I'u-i !,t , k Uo .,nal
u- h r..iii:i P,i;.ii h ti.e ..lore, ha, l ,t.
r;-,v,.. rr. m 1.I-I...J. S-n, l-.-v Alhert I!a ro.H.
N .t-r i I,, f W , ptMlr,... I. J.
Oe.v !.!. t ll..r.!.ai U i.. VV. M,llV 1) V
-nn:uH W F..1 r. 1. !., I,;, i, , hbA ,Mmin- c
for n.rr, l:,r, ror. ii, iu ,,.. me. Ap.tH ir,
-'rj h li.-r,- r,e-w nl, u . pin l,rd gu-'eori. II
LV'"'. ;"""!,;!V " ;'i..!clrg:n,tl,t,00d
book. Dd U-a-i k , r 'iiiv. "
Cr,.,i,t,ig, HiiOO !:2l) prr month. .
accordiiij lo abi.itj ht.I AddrH.a
St. Lou Mo. Hc.l7u37...W
Paints Oils, Varnishes and" Dye Stuffs,
u..u.j, v-oiuwu wii, Lamps, i nimnevs.
and Putty, also,
Advertising Agent. Chicago.
to'strt nu'Ji'm.-r l Ii, r.r. i. MA
i W t,.;nnr, fr f it y, ,p.r, at our lmd
P5 7 .5, '"' ""''"re Jtl. hi, i trail Aew.jx-
A Colorado miner recently eeut this &c flf Tnno A Ti 1QRQ
concise letter to hi "Cate:" "Lereo U A JUne A' -U- Iob,
vears 13 rather lono- ta Lrnrt rl K.,t wmmencins at 10 a. m.
. a .. o
ue Dare you yit, Uate
Sir v'.-... . ?i-'5r "fefS
CHOICE FAMILY GEOCEEIES.
Green and Dried Fruits.
"rT.."1 '"f'f"1 ,n .'.,',Hd Dr"cs Procerio. in this citT for i... .:
7" ' . PT .,nonr,1,,eo' ,rade. S1 re predrred with a ir,. IZ " . 'J"r".
- v 'mi 01 tne
.x-iaiismouth.Nfb. April 2, ieC8.
quality to iupply those wants at very low prices.
A shrewd but unenlightened school I
director out West used to say, on ei
amining a candidate for the office
teacher: "We all know ths t a, b, c, ia I
Towels, but we want to know why they
ia vowels ?" .
i i . i ta iiu t cuuiiKinnriAn a. a . . I . .nf i n a i . - Lr'i. t b, p. r . -
Offer at paMie rale tbenrifoid lot and block, i the v th-rV", "rusgint. :a;4rvi''-TTrT
I town of Llneoln. Said ..orty eonuof n.e oaj e fcut thercaEST Medicinea used, lf 9ccd &?&PzJ$&&
aeretefore by the State aud now largely oceu, led by ' repretentea. Cnd see. &&4WY W.C,?rff :1
omiaiopa. inetormoi a.,!.i M.e wlU beCa.,h. and MAIN STREET, SOUTH SIDE LPiiKTXU JFtiyJ
t- for Botie than the appraWd value, baidapprai,. ' O"olu-lu ltrAS0hiiJi-
of meet to b ma4 by the Corneal.,,..; Terms Ca&h ( JSSiisSiM'lSi
WHITE & BUTTE It Y.
10,000 ACRES OF
A richly dressed lady topped a bov JZL & fci J.1J Uh5
trudging along: with a basket, and
asked, "My little boy, hare you got
religion F "No, madam," said the
innocent, Tre got potatoes."
We will at the aame time and npon the name
tt tat ofTnr at Public Auction near 4U,00 acres of
fine Agricultural Lao da beloncing to the btate, lying
fn.ra one to ten mile from Lincoln.
We would add that Lincoln haa a population of
twelve hundred inhabitaata, and ia rapidly growing
A.. , j . . ft. I .... ......... .... ...uMu.MBM, uu tm rsyiuiT Krowing
little gift dreamed th&t death I ,nto oo'0 political and canimercial importance, 'i ho
Knocked at her door .Vhat did you Ztit:Zu ViVll
dO? asked her mother. "I said DO Ho" of aid Legislature eo far aa tt related to fu-
permittance," the little four year old S&T.V
replied general railroad U- waa paasad under which
. aonio Ave or aix railroad companies centering here
A,- T . . 7 . . propose to avail themaelvea of State aid and p-itb
illSS at a boarding School beiDC their road tt completion at an early day, wb.Je at
ill. deemed it rulc-ar to v h ?ihl?'2lallT P oa
9 - O J wij . a uui tuia u
ir Jniawoaidaeemtojajtifytialn aaylng that Lin
9 I cola, at no distant dir. will he th
of Nebraska, and the grea-.eat ra lroad centre weit
said Grant lo his brother- t?.TJ,V" St"!?.0rih-Anef"u.h.,"
s I r aai smaw luvitflu UCTB. anu I lia r wiiki.
Hl-IaW, 'when are yOJ like a pig ?" I ooeandahalf miles from town there is perhap,the
"(Jive It UD " When xmii r.t :,7.T. T' T. la ,n" wo.rJa. now in curse of
1ST E "W
bilious, 90 she complained of being
Tho inWrll.e. V,-l- v. ... . .
" ' l. i.'eir octuifien dv namv anil nlh.p, i i
?ertiUl.l.Tl.nI:'rtbe pti'n of Plattsmouth and
TIclnitr. that be has rntt.l ik. ...... . .
large atock of f u "
Burlington Bridge Finished
Burlington & Missouri
In Connection with
IhaTf-.n es-f ill v ir owl.,,. :.. ..
PXES, Fit!.", Kb ns, HE ;(T.t ic Kpiinr
...,,-r or taie al 15 cent. h or 1D inr
hiiB.lr,-,! ai.d upw,d,. acor-iii. ... .:.. ... -..
qaal.Ulie.of ,l,eM,.ale,ev.Mu 1 r bv Vnai
Urg. r oi.es by expr-. r.,fh. A(,,Jr
Jjn-'uC- Ke.ru.,. Nebraska.
C E. F O Ii G Y ,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Such a the eelehratod Hod Bre.klnir Plows. Mould
llnard Breaker-. Stirr.ns l'l. .j 'i, ........
Shovel-, Cnltlvator. and llsrrr. n.n.i.i-
un hort notice All work warrsntrd.
Hariiiirhad miirh exprieti-e in the bnnlnets I
fl arMired that I can five rueral aatlsfactlon.
Please fire me a call before purcbasina eUewhor.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
591 B20AD77AY, STZW YORK,
.m mf II.. Trl. t. lb.
Ti .1 r. '
ire it t
n VQU 0"Pt in.flH. tl.tt.lnnm.n. - ' T .
J O" " iticmuriun ml II will Dt Door
uiaary cnance lor lUTwtmeoU. Those who invest
ed at former State sales have been able to realize
from one to Aire hundred percent. adTance.
i urn t...-nr ..
TDOS. P. KKSS4ED
Secretary cf. state.
I CommUsionerf. '
The city bill poster at Lowell stuck
the notices to milkmen the other day
on the public pumps, certain that they
would be seen there. - - i
The New York World reports the
less of a Bror-dway firm, on Monday
last, at S60.000 000. Thut reporter
must hare imagined he was giriogj Of everydescriptioo,wbolealeandrtail,No.130tf
Democratic election returns. I Mainatret,atwata aad Cia atreeta, N"hraaka
G B. McCALLUM,.
Manofactarerof and dealeria
Saddles and Harness,
For Ladies. Oenta. Children, and tha rt .1
ina, acu is prepared to uo an Kinds of
WATCH, CLOCK AND
In the be-t manner. and would be happy to serve his
many new ecntomers as may give him
Iheir patronage, assuring them of their work well
none, at mocerate prices, and on short time. 1 he
stock, embracing every variety ot goods usually kept
arss-ciass jewelry fct.re, will be sold a low
prices, and warranted of btst workniansbip acd
material, lie has also a small stock of
which will be replenished from im to tirn, and
sold at the lowest figures. Havicg permanently!
eated In this city, I respectfully solicit a share of pa
tronage, and cordially invite all to call and examine
the atock on hand, as we would be pleased to serve
you, and do not ask yon to boy nnlen we can make
it for your Interest to patronize as.
B. n. EATOV.
PrH.nl IaIL. D.it.L.
"""V" n!OSt direct, rare and safe
OHIO. ILLINOI S, INDIANA
PENNSYLVANIA NEW YORK ' Sft
Passengers have the choice of the radons routes
w ..w,., v j k ium:iA
11 A T E S
invariably as low as by other Bonus.
3- Euy your Coup,-n Tickets
PULLMANS IHCANT SLEEPING
OS ALL KIGIIT TR A INS.
.r..i. t r f Win. F- :c;. Ki. , Wiiea, Lmmy.
r rmuirai ku(g ' awr,
E. T. DUKE c& Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MWWm AGRICULTURAL I3JPLL1EMS, 11- W
oves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WARE
STEEL J? L O "W S
Of all kinds and sixes, which we warrant the best in the market.
JOB crOK-XS. 2
OTTTJMWA ria Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice.
Are exdusiTo Agents ia this Connty for the aale of .
CABS Stewart's Celebrated Combination Coal
or Wood Cook Stove.
mutter- at Stfc.
ff rrla iwva,
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