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CftAND LODG :
. W. C. T., Rer. J. W. Tsprt. Nebraska CityJ
0 W. Ooatnelor J. Bktnner. Omaha
. e. V- T Miss tddy, Omaha;
O W 9 J. SfTenson, (telle vu;
O. W. T.i. Bristol, Omaha. ,
OUT BRAXCH, NO. 2, FLATTSHOUTH :
R-a-airneetlageery Tuesday erening.TraveliP
T.,l,1ar.re.pefaUyioTiUd; Ay3( W. C. T-
B. B. LEWI?, W. S.
K- B. WiiDim, Lodge Deputy,
EXCBLSIOR DKGREB LODGE, NO. 1.
Skii oo lb first and third Bataraay evening m
nth w. v. rma-ii., v j
rfiritni HOPf LODGB Wo 8. Mt. Fleasant
ael ls regular meeUngs eery Saturday erenlajr.
B A. KIKKPaTHICK, W. C T.
AaTDiEW COLEVIAX. W 8.
r i n view irT,flR. No. 14. holdn reaulai meet-
tars erery e.lnesdy ereniog Traellng Teniplari
T F MAniTAS CAMPBELL, W.C.T.
r.M.YOrNO.Jr , W. 8.
WW. J. Hassan. Lode Deputy.
Rnrr.iondence for this column mast be written
plain and grammatically with ink, and oa one side
..r .hit. noar. Let them be shart lan l to the
only or wmie p-tpr.
T.ivincr Rrldencei aealuil lu-
IT W. DIUil riKKIB.
I ask not for some ancient lorn
Toproe how peo,.e llred la yore,
Yet, atill, aeUnowledge I'm hot seen
On theme that will a dog'ry screen.
If they used w.ne those sages oil
As we are very often told.
Thought it no harm, and thus and so,
As they are wont to have ns knew,
'Twonld not, I ween, be wor'ta a pence
Within a court of common tense.
Kind friend I lay by thy ancient lire,
And o'er the book of namre pore-,
Take hold my hand, we'll walk together,
To yonder's cottage, by the he.ub.er.
Bebod its crumbling walls; perchance
Tooth sported here,' and ianocence;
Conid they but speak, they'd fain relate
A oncebrlght home made desolate."
Oo to the hapless, trembling sire,
Directed of all hope, desire,
Unmoved by any poet's lyre,
And there b -hold, on sage or youth,
The litsoas of living truth;
That haggard look, that bloated face,
The fiily emblem oi disgrace.
o to the nrchin hapless child
Who never spake but that she tm'Icd,
And mark the change a heavy care
Has planted de-p Its talomi there;
She has d look of kindly smile.
Yet never wears a heart of guile. :
If thee are not sufficient, then
Silenced forever be my pen.
The highwayman, from his lurking
place, springs iato your path, ana, pre
sentin pistol to your head, demands
yotir mori iy. But mark his languagi
'Your money or your lire !' Here now i
a chance for vou to choose; and as men
geuerti'jr prcier tu part vrnu iiueir uiuu
- ey on the instant rather than tbeir lives
you gir up your purse, and the chaa
068 a ro, that thus you save your life.
But wbtt is tbe language of the nquor
se.Ier, as na passes oyer tne counter hi
infernal poisons? 'Your money and
your lit e" ! Rev. John Pierpont.
That resolution of the late Drunkard
Maker's Conruntion of Cincinnati
"Reolced, That the saloon keepers
will, by their moral character and hone a
pursuit of their occupation, strive to
earn the respect of ll their rationally
disposed fellow-citizens." -
Think of the moral character of men
who cannot produce one good result of
their business, while our papers are
crowded with tragedy after tragedy,
originating at the saloons. Hmestpur
ui, indeed! Tbe next thing we shal!
hear i that a pirate is a saint, nni that
Beelzebub is not the Prince of Devils,
bat worthy tbe "respect of all rationally
disposed feliow citizens."
On Monday night a sad casuility oc
curred at Rock River, causing the death,
by drowning, of a little sort of E. B. In
gersoll, Esq.; of East Cleavland, through
the condnct of a man to whose charge
the child bad been temporarily commit
ted. For 8'ime time a young man named
H. O. Brown Las been in the employ of
Mr. IngersI as a farm hand, living
with the family. The father, of Brown
resides in Bedford.
It snems that bo went to Bedford on
Sunday, and in the evening procured a
horse and buggy from a livery Htable,
and returned to this city. On Monday
mornini be took the horse and buzgy to
drive to Cleveland, the son of Mr. In
gerso I, between four and five years old,
accompanying bim, with the consent of
his mother, to tike a ride. No suspicion
e tered the m;nd of the mother that the
little fellow would not be safe in his
custody. But upon his arrival in this
oity, he proved so recreant to his trust
as to drink liquor to excess.
He was seen in the city about half
past seven o'clock in the evening, soon
after which time he drove to tbe West
Side and out Detroit Street. He passed
the toll gate without stopping about
half-past nine o'clock. Upon reaching
the CHS House, instead of stopping
there, the man either drove the horse, or
was so drunk that he pjrraitted the ant
nal to take his own course, down tbe
diagonal road to the river. The animal
plunged into the water a short distance
from the lake, and was himself drowned,
together wirh the poor boy, Brown es
eaping to the shore, where ho lay until
about three o'clock in the morning,
when he went to the CHIT House and
gave the alarm.
He aroued a colored man who was
within, and asked him to m ike a Gre,
saying that he was very cld, and that
he had drowned a hore and little boy in
tbe river. As soon as it was daylight,
Ed Rahill, connected with the house,
and theoolored man, started with Brown
to the scene of tbe disaster. About a
hundred and fifty yards below the bridge,
and near the take shore, they observed
tbe horse floating on the water, the bug
gy being entirely submerged, with the
exception of the ends of the shafts, which
were nifii just above the water. lo
wards the shore, and but few.a feet from
the bank, was found the body of the lit
. tie boy in about two feet of water. It
was taken oat and carried to the hotel,
and after being cleansed, was laid out in
the private office. Cleveland Leader.
The statement that "Liquor will not
hurt yon if you let it alone," is again
disproved. A gloom has settled upon a
household, and hearts have been ng
onized, th9 consequence of a liquor
traSc. which puts into the mouths of
men that whioh steals away their brains.
Mr. Brown is said to have felt keenly
the desolation he hid wrought. A a
old'er in the) army, he had served with
oredit, but there was addicted to drink.
IB1. .P. TODD,
SEWING MACHINE ACT
A good assortment of machines and machine flod
K kept on hand. gOffice at Stadelmann's
Clothing Store. Dec. 4 -0
Machnes repared on short
WEEPING WATER, NEB
HOttTON & JEMS
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, QUEENS WARE, CROCK
ERY, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
SHOES, AND NOTIONS.
PISE AND COTTONWOOD LUMBER,
SHINGLES AND LATH.
W are AeentS for Wlllcox & Gibbs Pewing Ml
chine, which U undoubtedly the
be'. Machine now
Weeping Water Mills,
Farmers, eo where vou can set the
best Flour and the most of it.
85 Ibt ofX X X FLOCIt and 12 tt of BRA
given In exchange for good Wheat.
We are also doing griat work; and, With our in
creased facilities, fee' assured that we can give the
besl and tbe most flour of any mill in tbe Mate.
PRODUCE UOVGUT AND SOLD
HIGHEST MARKET J-filCE PAID.
REED & CLINTON.
March 26lh, 1S63.
D. B. M c M e c h a n
IRON, STEEL and NAILS,
ROCK ISLAND PLOWS,
Cultivators, sulky and walking
A Large Variety on Hand.
Soades. Shovels. Hoes, Rakes
A large stock now on hand at small advance
106 Main Street, - JVebrasIca Citt
(Opposite the Seymour House)
SIGN Off THE PAD-LOCK.
FUR fil I T U R E!
I THOMAS W. SHRYOCK,
AKD DEALER IS ALL KIXDS Of
Furniture and. Chairs.
THIRD STREET, (Sear Main,)
PLA TTSMO UTH, NEBRASKA.
Ranaring and Varni-hlng neatly done, .
V3T funerals attended at the shortest notice.
LOTS AND LANDS
CAP.TOL 0r NbBRASKA.
The undersigned Commissioners appoiote4 by an
act of tbe Legislature of the btaie or Nebraska, en
titled "An Act to Provtdu for the Sale of tbe Unsold
Lots and Blocks on tbe t iwn site of Lirtcolo, and
for the Locaont and Erection of a State Oi iverity.
and Aericnltiral College and State Lunatic Asylum
approved Feb 15, 1S69," will at
Capital of the StatelofTXelbraska
3d of June, A. D. 1869,
Commeuciug at lO a. ra.
Offer at public rale tbe unfold lots and blocks in the
town of Lineoln. Said pi operty consists of the odd
nnniberert blocks, the efea number havinx been sold
eretetore by the Stale and noir largely occnpieu ny
buildings. The term ot said sale will be Cash, and
for not lea than the appraised value. Saidapprais-
mDt to be made by the Commissioners.
40,000. ACRES OF
Wa will at the same time and upon th same
te dm offer at Public Auction near 40,000 acres of
fine Agricultural Lands belonging to the State, lying
from one to ten miles from Lincoln.
We would add that Lincoln has a population of
twlve nun Ired inhabitants, and ia rapidly growing
into both political and commercial importance. The
Capitol Building ts now completed ai.d the session
ot tbe Legislature ju-t closed was held in it. Tbe
action of said Legislature so far as it related to fu
ture interests of this place was as favorable as the
most anient of its friends could as It.
A general railroad lv was passed nnder wbicb
some Bve or six railroad companies centering here
propose to avail themselves of State aid and pugh
their road to completion at an early day, while at
least threa confidently expect to be here within one
year f om this day.
Tms would seem to Justify ns in saying that Lin
eoln, at no distant day, will be the "lndiauapolis"
of Nebraska, and the grea.est railroad centre weit
This, tuken iu connection with the fact that all the
public buildings are located here, and that within
one and a hair miles from town there is perhaps, the
richest saline springs in the world, now in course of
development, give assurance that it will be no or
dinary chance for investments. Those who invest,
ed at former State sales have been able to realize
from one to five hnndred percent, advance.
UAYID BVTLE3, 1
Clover nor. I
THOS. P. KE.XS1KU
Secretary of State,
State Auditor, J
G R. McCALLTJM,
ManufiCturerof and dealerin
Saddles and Harness,
Of every description, wholesale and retail. No. 130)4
Mainftreet, between 5tS and 6th streets, Nebraska
it. t S IW
THOHAS II- HYDE-
Real Estate Office,
LINCOLN, . -
Government Lauds selected from pirsonal exam
ination. Free Homesteads selected, surved ana se
cured. Lands in second bandi and improved farms
ought and sold. Titles examined, ana conveyances
Reference? : John B. Turner, late rres hu
URR: Lee -County National Batik, Dixon, ill. ;
Robert ITarrW, Pupt C B & Q K B ; Any Banker in
Whiteside county. 111. , itegister ana Receiver or
Land Office. Nebraska City. nil
NEW IHfi.1T MARKET!!
CORNER 2d 4- MAIN STREETS,
PL aTTSMOCTH, 'NEBRASKA.
Keep constantly on hand the best of
All Kinds or Meats,
which they can furnith their customers at I he
BEST OF RAIES TOR CASH I
July 2d. 1S6S 3m.
Bmpire Bakery !
id ST., OPPOSITE "NEW YORK STORE."
PLATTSMOUTH, - - ZiEJi,
kept on hand at all times.
. HUBERT Y.
One door west of Donelan's Drugstore
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
HATS. rAPS. BOOTS. SHOES,
and a general stock of
For the Plains; also, a large lot of
R UBBER CL O THIjX'G. RE VOL I
ERS A .YD JSTOTIOJTS.
We bought low and willsell cheap for cash. Cal.
and examirieour stock before yoa buy any where nisei
m bo Wm.STADELMAKN A CO
J. M. EINCEMAN,
(Successer to Donelan A fJinchman,)
Druggist & Apothecary
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Toilet Goods, Perfumery,
For M echanioal and Medicinal purpose
Keep constantly on handa fuUand well assort
ed stock of
CarefuHy compounded by an experienced Drupgist.
None but the rCREST Medicines used. All gecul
warranted at represented. Caiand see.
;. MAIN STREET, 80CTH SIDE.
1ST E "W
The subscriber having purchased the Red Store ot
2d street, lately occupied bv Sarpy and others, would
respectfully inform the citizens of Plattgmoith and
vicinity, that he has refitted tbe store and opened a
large Mock of
For Ladies, Gents, Children, and the rest ot mai
kind, atd is prepared to do all kinds of
YATCH, CLOCK AND
In the best manner, and would be happy to serve his
old and as many new customers as may give him
their oatronas-e. assuring them of their work well
done, at moderate prices, and on short time. Ihe
stock-, embracipg every variety i goods nsunlly kfpt
at a n rat-class Jewelry store, wm De soia a low
price, and warranted of best workmanship and
material, lie has also a small stock of
which will be replenished from time to time, anil
sold at the lowest figures. Having permanently!
catd in this city, I respectiully solicit a share of pa
tronage, and cordially invite all to call and examine
the stock on band, as we would be p'eaoed to aerve
yon, and do not ask yon to buy unless we can make
it for your interest to patronize ns.
dec27tf E. H. EAT0K.
Lock Stich Reversible Feed
ST HE ONLY O NE
Capable of sewing in more than one direction
FASTENING ALL ITS CWN SEAMS
Without stopping Machine or Turning the Cloth,
It nses and wau'es less thread than any other, and
will commence a seam without holding tbe
ends of the thread.
Warranted lo Sew Heavy or Fine Goods
Equally as well.
OVER 5 0,000
M.A CIIINES SOLD SINCE 1861
JKf Send for Eeport and Circulars.
Wm. E. Plant,SGen. Ag't
612" North Fourth street. St- Lonis, Mo.
Dr. O- II
Nov. 26, teCSjl.
S25 ! S25
Is retailed at a price within the teach of all. This
Marb'iie uses a straight need e, makes the LOCK
SIIIC II (alike on both sides), hasa self adtUAtintr
tension, and can do every variety of i-en-iojr. It will
hem, fell, bind, cord, braid, seam, quilt, tuck, ruffle,
and Rather; will wark equally well on M!k, linen,
woolen, or cotton good", w ith linen, or cotton thread.
SHUTTLE SEWIJT& MACUIA'E
Warranted for Five Years!
Our AffODts will be supplied with dup:fr te pai ts of
the Machine, in case of accident. It m .k. 8 precisely
the same s itch made by lr.e Singer, Whee or A Wil
son. Howe, and Florence Machines. It has t' e Uii-der-fted,
like tbe best of high-priced Machines, and is
the only low-priced Shuttle Machine in the market
that ha Ihi feed Wesre enabled to sell a first
class SHUTTLK MACHINE at a very low price, o .
account of it simplicity, and consequent low cjf! of
Manufacturing, in comparison with Complicated Ma
Wc wish to arrange with A fret ts, mile or female to
represent the American Shuttle Sowine Vtacliine, in
eich State, Coni-ty. and Town ir the United S.nte?
and Ontario Kxtra inducements to Kxp-rienced
Affeiii. ror run particulars, as to Salary acd Com
G . V. N. A NDR E WS,
K. B Lor the benefit of our Ajrents we have ar.
rinced with parties, who have Goods suitable for
Swirijr Machif.e Atrenti to sell. VTe will send book
of samples and full pai IichU-b on receipt of one red
stamp. Address Q, V, N. AXKKhWS, General Ag't,
Saint Louis & Omaha
The above 'ine of Stam"rs will, leave Tlatts
month very oilier dav throughout the entire season
ciinntctinpr at t'lattsroouth with the Burling. on &
Mi-souii Hiver Railrosd for th est. north and
south. andat thefnllowinz points with railroad con-iei-tiona.
Council BlufTvOmah, St. Joseph, Leav
enworth and Kansas City. Kof freight or passage
apply at our'fiiee.
maill SlMPrON t MICKELWAIT. Aeents.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
Dea'er in the celebrated Steck McPanininr. Pianos.
and o:bcr Musical Instruments.
53"AH Instruments warranted five years. mi
Burlington Urirge Finished
Burlington & Missouri
In Connection with
CHICAGO, BU ISLINGTON
Present to the Public the most' direct, sure and safe
OHIO, ILLINOIS, INDIANA
PENNSYLVANIA NEW YORK
AND NEW ENGLAND.
1'asseCgerE have the choice of the various rontes
centering in Chicago.
Baggage Checked through to U'tumwa.
Invariably as low as by other Rontes.
t3- Buy join Coupon Tickets
AT OTTUMWA via
pullmah's ileoast sleepiso cars
oh all mc11t trains.
A. T. TOCZALIW, C. X PERKINS,
JGen. Tc't & Pas'r Ag't Superintendent,
e. C. MORTON,
, Om'l Freight Aa't.
O. F. JOHNSON,
(opposite Clark & Flummcr,)
t&C, &c, &c.
Prescrlp'ions cart fully compounded
by an expe
A. WIGGESHORN ,
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, and moie too, ore going to
B. A. WIGGEHHOEF El Co.,
To buy their
Bj2?1yi g i23l3. Sum m or C3.-Ooca.js
1ST E "W Y O li K S T O E E
The largest aud most coaipleie
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
Are now on exhibition at the New York Store, at greatly reduced prices. We call pjrliculi r atten
tion to our new aty e of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YARNS BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kinks and prices to suit our numerous customers. A Iaren Mock of
HATS AND CAPS.
We havp a hrtre stock of ihe celebrated GARDEN CiTY GLIPPlH
PLOW, STUBBLE and BREAKING PLOWS, n kind -i
CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. SEEDERS, HAY RAXES, &.C
Platt.-mouth April 22a, 1SG9.1
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Shoulder Braces, Grass and Garden Seeds,
for medicinal purposes.
Carbon Oil, Lamps,
and Put ty,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Green and Dried Fruits.
CONFECTIONARY, &c, K.c.
Ifavinir been eneasred In selling Dm and Groceries in this cit for tha laol sii r v
wants of tne l eople in onr lineot trade, and are predrred wlih a laree stock of (foods of the
quality to supply those -wants at very low prices. Plattmouth, Neb. April 2, leC8.
Hardw a r e
E. T. DUKE ife Co.,
HARDWARE AGRICULTURAL 1J1PLEJ1Ei'IS,
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WARE
STEEL OP LOWS
Of all Viudt and sizes, which we warrant the best ia the market.
Tin Roofing, Cuttters and Spouting done on short notice.
Are excIusWe Agents in this County for the sale of
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Coal
or Wood Cook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be undersold Main St., next door east of Masonic
E. A. WIG(.iNHORN
Toys, Trusses, Supporters,
WHITE & BUTTE 15 If.
Retail Dealers in
it irnr i? r vn
D. EI. Wheeler &. V
Real Estate Agents
oomiriissioners ot Deeds
Fire and Life Ins, Ag'u,
PLATTSMOUTII, N. T.
Collections prornptly sttendrd to, and proct.
litted at current ratet o f kT. h.nu.. i . . rt
. - . . . . ,j,iu rv-.tii-i!!, I ...
to la id InvostisaUd. Money loaned on Kt.l '.
securities. Land Warrants locairt.
APnf f(irriil?rtinn nf.lMirrisinufntn,.--
for Soldier, thplr eviHuiat-and mi '
for the purchp crt pnle of Lauds aoU Cl;y br!?1
ITon. 8. ll. Elbert, Denver City, C. T.
Slessra. K unlze llros. , Omaha, Neb.
" Mcf'atin tc M'-tcalf, Nebraska C Xj
' O. Y. Filley. St. Louis, Mis-nUri.
Dr. Dlo Lewis, llimtun, MiHrhuetis.
H W Dltmars. Cliiragn, Illinois.
H M Maeill, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Tootle A tiaiina, I'lattmnuth NehratVt
L B Rich, Three llivera. Michigan.
Hon F Fellow, H'onnifield, WiH-nn.w.
Hon T M Marqnett, Plattrmnnth, Ni hru.k
L Lewis, A'toi nev at Law, Bii(1h!o, kd y,,
Carter, Husbey &. Curl, Des Muiues, loa.
a S diiw
Life Insurance Compa'y,
OS Hroailwny, rVew-VorU.
CYRUS CURTISS, President.
Entire profits divlili'd among the Policy Hudrrs.
Policies nonforfeitable, after tw anon .1 lnyii t i
Pivid"nds on the t'untril'iidon I'lau. pIJ so u!
ly from d.ite of polic.r, nd ia cae llif pieniiiuiiii a t
not paid. filieij to 1 e p the lnursnre in f ri-r.
LIFE POLICIES SELF SUSTAINING
In from 13 to 20 years, according to ae.
This company In, polic e-oi. all Hie j.r.r 1
plans of iTinuruDcc, nnj ollerserery Induct n.rmcvn
KiS'fllt Wilh "iVllH-J'.
For pHrticiilsrs npp'y to llic unJerifKried.
For A?Hf.ci"- to
IMI L A MA.enX. ilmeml Avnt,
130 LaXelle utr et. tl'iicsfs.
HCND T.TMaV, Ah-uIh fruii. il Hu ll,..
Dr. H. H. LIVINGSTON, M-. t inmiiirr.
nil?. f PlattsinouHi. Nrb.
AGENTS WANTED J 'OR i
IN THE ititjLa:,
EY REV. DAMIEL MARCH D D
For full, free, flowing e ear. ;.,ik liin. un uriJ
pracfful slyle; tor poetii: c n m , l..r iininirif
Ii..ukIi' aid rich clnuiiiR im (finsilou ; '.i Mir
Anaisis of cliaiac'er, frrHjitiir deiii.eMi'.i him r j t
iclu.litrKliip ; for lit like r- c-un s. p nwni i ids
ili'l h i..y illlKlrjitiiilj. this Wo It liU' li" e ,u .1
Sueh i-iiToiTi. nilat 1 pf. uk t!e nl ore tiS4 lnu ir
f'.'ivrd tr' iii lJi!-h"T Slfni nori, Rrv Alliert lijirii'.
N n.ii P.. i ter. U l , .L i , W. A. rtrar . i l ,
lien. Kana II i-ii lwiii ll I).. I W Wi'.v, ll. P.
-mnu' l W Ki ller. H. I , I 1 , hc.I le: I ! i
'jvni, ll H nil U;e I're.H .f ait J'ettoi' llinllol' ,id
f"r filrmilKr, ntmluiB (lie p. me. Afiett" S'
'vi rvwhere n.e-tmr with unpttrxliefi si. cm. li
I- a m.M heHUliluiljr illii-lr'rd md clegauii Li uid
book, iili) plea.irs i veryl c dy.
Commissions, $100 tu $200 jt mouih,
according to al'iii' sinl enerp Ail. ire.
ZlUHlK. M:( Llil V A (O
riitUtilf.lj.liln, Va.. Cincinvati, O . ( litmpn, Fl.,
St. Lcv, Mo. dei lTn.n ' i.O.
Advertising Agents, Chicago.
Art authorized to rrcrirr Adi r
tiifment for thi$ pnprr, at ou Icani
rates, tint arm Aanttt fttrall AVumimI-
I pert in the V. S. and Prribtrin.
I have sn ce ful'y srrnwlnpt In rry No-s'ry l
Kurt Ku'lu r, Ncli. .t-ks, an ai. rtm n t o I
Vi.unR Ktrericreens, contlilin
Piyss, Firtf, ki tri?. imvr.nrjr, spiwce,
LAUCU A.VIJ APB'WYiTJ:.
wlilsh I ofTor or tale at IS ee'ntu each r 11 i'f
liilD'ireii aim ujiiijh( HCturuina IU Pl -ijirii
quantities of tie ,ml ent tr ee cau l e s-ii br mm:,
... ... . . I. .. .. . rr- L. . .1 I
lilj'.r uei vj cajmtc. inm, hbii. mini
MdMC-i H. tVIltiN'MM,
JacStiiC. Fort Kearm-y, Nebiacks.
C. E. F O R G Y ,
Manufacturer of all kfDiUof
Such an the celebrated Rrxl Breaking PJows. Vfull
Ilnard lireakt-r-, StirriDK Fl'-wt. Kindle and Vouh:
Shovel-, Cultivator- nud Harrows. RepalrlnK ioc
f.n Nhorl notice All woik warranted.
Having had much jcpriene lo th hnMn. I
fel assured that I can K've general tifiirHfn.
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