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LE!J!II! price REDUCED !
I.OI)E DIBWTOKV. w V4M.hr
Oi ive Bra nth, No. 2-J. W. Barne. W. C. T.;
K. It. Lewi W. S.: W. Dallas Kerrce. Lodge
iHpnty. Meet at Court ilouae 1J nil every
Tuesday evening. Traveling Temlan reicct-
Excelsior Peobfr Lorw-.K. . 1. AV . I).
Ferree. 1. T.: F. K. W hite, !.. McctiatCoui-t
lluum Hall on the firt and third Saturday even
ing of each month. ,
J?tab (if Hope Iukjk No. 8. O. J. David. AV.
C. T.; Andrew Coleman. W. 8. Meet at Mt.
I'leacant every Saturday evening.
Fajrvikw Loimii, No. 14 Mathia Cambell,
W. C. T.; F. M. Younfr. jr.. W. Wm. .1. Hewer,
Lodge Deputy. Menu every Wednesday even
ing. Travelir.fr Templar" respectfully invited.
Thrf ikov Lokuk, No. J. 'I. Lloyd. V.
C. T.: 0. II. Window. W. S.: Wm. A. l'ell, Lodge
Deputy. Meet every tMtturdny evening. 1 rav
eling Tcinpl&r are rwpct-tfullj- invited to meet
with us. '
Grape Vines about Rocks. It is a
a well established fact that rrapes ripen
very much earlier at the North when the
vines are planted near or about rxk..
Last year, while praries were nearly a
failure in the open ficll, there were ca.es
where a fine crop ot peneetly ripened
Lunches was raised from vines whose
root ran about rock". The rocks absorb
the heat by day, and keep the roots of
the grapes warm day ami night, Kocks
in gardens and fields are generally re
garded as a nuisance ; but if they are
left, a good use can be made of them by
planting vines about them.
General Butler was takinar tea at the
house of a lady friend in Washington
the other dav. The General .seemed to
look as though fionietliinir was Licking,
and the following, dialogue took place.
Hostess '"Can it Ikj possible, General,
that you have no spoon r Jiutler ris
ing indignantly, and holding out both
handd "No, madam; if you don't be
lieve it, you can pea re h me.
When a girl of fifteen years of age
marries aman of forty-five years, he, of
course, is three times as old as she. Al
ter having lived together for fifteen
years, nhe will be thirty and he sixty; the
husband Iwing but twice as old as his
wife. How long, according to this rule,
would they have to live together until
she would be the same age as he
At a Sunday-school concert, some
time since (as was the custom), all pres
ent were invited to recite some passage
of Scripture. A young fellow who
wished to create some merriment res
ponded by rising and saying, "Judas
wont out and hanged himself."
A young lady immediately rose and re
cited the selection, "Go thou and do
'Xow, young oopk" akla professor
rC Ttofuvil liw-r ti ln i'Iikj irw t)ion
V a IlillUilll Ill-'H'IJ -' a.J V -1.-J v "'Vil
as to hens. A hen has the capacity of
laying just POO egffs, and no more, and
she finishes the job in just five years.
Now, what is to le done with her after
that?" "Cut off her head and sell her
for a spring chicken 1" exclaimed an ur
chin whose father dealt in poultry.
A few days ago, the pastor of a church
in Ohio was catechu-mg the Sunday j
Fchool, and anion other questions a.-ked
who wrote the New Testament. For
some moments he received no reply, and
was alout to explain, when a bright
faced little lmy arose, and much to the
amazement of pastor and school, prninpt-
nded in a clear voice, Don Piatt !
Now is the Time to Subscribe
Weeping Water Jlills
Farmer?, (to where you can get the be? t Flour,
aud the most of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR
1 POU.DS OF nilAIV
jriven in c.xchasrc for ftooil wheat.
W e lire nl.-o doing (rri.-t work : and, with our
increased fiicilitie. fool assured that wc can give,
the be.-t and luoit Flour of any in the Stale.
SATISFACTION G UA R ANTEED.
Says of Weeping Water.
Extract from Trotter to
Mrs. O run civ.
NEBRASKA HERALD, Produce Bought and Sold.
HIGHEST MARKET PBICE PUD.
Reed & Clinton.
which has jurt been
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED,
and the price fur advance subjerij. lines
REDUCED TO TWO DOLLARS!
(iive the KFtMi.rt n liberal support, and it will
continue to labor for the development of the city
Ann Waterman, a non-resident of the State of
Will take notice that the Burlinirton & Mis
souri River Railroad Company in Nebraska had
located its road through and upon the following
-.-'. " urn i) ucr, Miunie iu aseountv.
Mate of N eliraka. and city of l'lattuiouth. to
i"'!" -' lour ami nve (o in block .No.
forty-nine '4V and lots' Xo. two (2). three ia) and
thirteen (l.i in block Xo. sixty-four (tM). a is
desifrnatcd upon the reuorded and published
platd of the city of PlatUuiiunth : mid the sai l
Ann ateruian h further notified that said Rail
road Company dc.ire3 to take, hold and appro
priate said real estate for the use of it.s road : and
if the sai.l Ann Waterman shall not within thirty
layn after the publication of thi notice for four
weeks, to wit : oil or before the J.l dav of An-
pust. a. l. lstl'.l, apply to the I'rob.ito Judge of
said county tr have the damages assessed by six
tlisinterested freeholders, selected by said l'ro
bate Judge. u provided in t hinder twentv-tivn
fi") of the Revised Sututes of the State of .Ne
braska, anil amendment thereto, said Company
will proceed to have the damages assessed as
therein provided bv law.
Iated 1T!1 day of Juno. A. D.
Burlington A: Missouri River Railroad Company
in Nebraska. By T. M. MA RQCKT'l,
h-it Its Attorney.
LAMES O.XLY,-Tot an article hav
1 ing a remarkable sale, a Idrcsn Mrs. MOR
GAN, 1W Fulton street, N. Y. I !ulySw4,
WAS H il w iqYo Tfll
Business Meit and Mechanics
will find the Herald an invaluable assistant in
reaching the public.
Farmers read it, Stock Growers read it,
Traders read it, Shippers read it,
contractors read it, Railroad
Men read it, Steamboat
Men read it.
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.11 t --vr
NEW TOBACCO STORE!
on Main street, opposite Court House,
PliATTS M O UT II, N E B.,
We have on hand a large assortment of
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
Consisting of the best-qualities of
CIGARS, IINE-CUT, PLUG AND
As we deal exclusively in Tobacco we can sell as
cheap, if not cheaper than other store in the
Give us a call before yon purchase elsewhere,
as we know you will go away satisfied.
li BKOiVl Sc CO..
February 11, lSo. tf.
B. SITRI.OrK, K. B. WINPHAM.
Co. Clerk & Recorder. Dept. Cl'k Jc Rec'r.
Spurlock & Windham,
I'LA TTSMO VTIl - - SE BR ASK A,
Front ISuoms of CourtIIousc
Clerk and Treasurers Office,
LASVS BO VOIIT A XD SOLD,
Titles 1:1. rant in ce9
Ta.tes l'tld and Heccipts Foncanud
riattfmouth, June 18, lSftS nil.
WOOL WORTH & CO.,
Binders and.Paper Dealers, Henry Boeck,
"As I was telling yon. my dear Mrs. Grundy,
I came on my mule to Weeping Water in a sadly
dilaniilated condition mm hat. tin bootd coat
Htockings in short, destitute of all those con
venient appurtenances which ornament a well
dressed man having been deprived of all by
the merciless savages, who even took uiy cigar
Thinking that I might in that flourishing town
obtain a second-hand blanket, I rode up to
store, and hitching my mule by the cars to a
large ireignt wagon loaded witn goods tor the
I'luttsmouth retail trade. I entered. Judge of
inv Hiirnrixn n-linn f u-ua m...iilt. ... an.l
- w - - ... T . , 1 1.U.)'t I J .11 1 L till..
offered a complete outfit, from a pair of stub
toed boots to a goose-oaill toothpick, for the pal-
tn411tl1 of tlirtn.t.Jlorj u,i.l di,lv.lu'n .....I ......
half cents, the i) i cents being the profits on the
gooirs. - - it you want anything in the
miscellaneous line, call on them, and if vou don't
see w hat you want ask for it. I would remark
here that they are generous, liberal, good look
ing and truthful to a fault."'
REMfcMBER THE PLACE
OPPOSITE NEW YORK STORE, LOllflffCS. TilhlfiS. SgfftS.
- - j j j
LIFE IKSURAMCE COMPAMY
OS Ilroatlivay, ew York.
Pies, Cakes, Cheese
and Sweet Crackers.
Of all descriptions and at all prices.
'Jlctalie Burial Cases,
CASH ASSETS. - - - - . . $1,000,000. kept on han'1 at ttl1 tiu,C3'
W'cftavc tn extensive general stock
of Goods tliftt we are constantly las
sorting nj, iciiicU we offer to lite pub
lic tl 2riccs that wc know must give
Wc purchase the very best Goods at the head vf Jlar-
ht'l tin ft
wu J"1 uiu arc jtreparea to compete
with the trade ot any point on the Missouri river.
525 ! S25 T 7
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE
Is retailed at a price wkLin the rcu, 1, t f ,
This tnuili inc u-d a ttruiifht m.i!.
the L t K .STITCH (alike nHd ." ' "l
self adjusting tension, und chii d. ev-r ' "
of sewing. Jt will hem, fell, bind co. i l""-"
seam quilt tu, k. rullb- and gather v. h V '
e.,u:ill well on silk, line,,, wo-d. '
goods, with limn or cotton thread. 1
The American Shuttle Sewing .Ma,i,iu : '
Wan anted for Vive Vt ai, '
Our .Agents wiH )0 eun.lic 1 with d .,-;
parts of the ma.hiue in I all " .
makes precisely ll,.- s:.n,e M ii. l, ,ull, ,".
Mliger. H heeler Ji Kiln Uwc ,, "j. ,
ma. hmes.. Jt has the under-feed, like t i c
ol high priced muchim, und is thculj
Low Priced "Shuttle Machi
E. A. WIGiiEXIIORN.
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
Commend u.s to the enterprise of that
man Applegato, of Ja. kson, Towa, the
man who is a professional jrairio-lroak-er,
and nho, wlien he trooth forth to
l i. r . . 1 . 1 l l i m
orvaiv. rarncs ins nouu: vun mm, iaiuiiy
and all. I Ie has built himself a comfort
able house, so arranped that ho can haul
it from farm to farm, and in it he sleeps,
cooks, and lives. .
Commodore Nutt and Miss. Minnie
Warren have in a small way entered into
the holy bonds of wedlock," and started,
tier mail. t eniov tlir niiwn nf ln-kn.tv nt
"est Haven. Connecticut. They were
assisted in the niarnaire ceremony by
Mr. Thomas Thumb (iStratton) and "Mrs.
Thumb, Mrs. T. T. Win? a sister of the
wife of t he k 'old salt, "Suit.
EVERYBODY READS IT!
and no person whoso livelihood depends upon
Entire profits divided anion? the Tolicy hold
ers. 1 olicics non-forfeitable after two annual
ifivid. ndson the Contribution. Thin paid an-
luuiij u.ne ii jHiiiey, ana m ease the pre
miums are not paid, applied to keep the inur
ance in force.
Life Policies Self-Sustaining,
"Vt lo - J'e,l" acconiine to ape.
This Company issues policies on all the ap
proved plans ot insurance, and offers every in
ducement consistent with swdvencv.
For particulars apply to the undersigned.
r or Afreni ics. to
I'-U'L Jc 5IAS0X. General A rent..
,.J .J''1 '"alle ftreet. Chicago.
RL.Nh & LY.MAX. Ascnts"
t t. t ,-.r.,-r,",n il li'ufls. Iowa.
Db. R. R. LIVINGS To.V. yie,l. Ex..
nlltf I'lattsmouth. Acb.
Of all sizes.
HnveesH iu ICiisinoss
There has been a hitch in Gen. Sick
les appointmcnt a 3Iinister to Spain,
which has been removed; and he arrived
to accept the same and receive his in
structions. The latter have prown into
some importance, oving to the relation
of this rovernuient towards the Spanish
rnTi1 in I'nK.T nnil it i ntnlfw-k.1 ilmf
they are to be made the subject of a full
"Mary Magdalene had seven devils
oast out of her. I never heard of a man
gowlod a cviiical hnohelor in the course
of a discussion on the woman question.
4XYi tVim- nw rAf nnct nnt T I
lievc, wa.s the quiet response of his fair
To Kffp Tour 1tcrn Water Pnif
An ounce of Permanganate of Potassa
to, say in gallons ot water, will insure
the chemical destruction of the organic
matter iratliered from the roof, vulsrarilv
caucii uirr. ami leave tne water clean
anil tree from tbe ciKtimmrv liitl cmoll
Try it. Any drusit.-.t will sell you the
Pemananate of lotassa for a mere tri-
can aflford to do without an advcrtfceinrnt in it.
TEltfKTIAS II. HYDE,
Real Estate Office
Government Land.-, selected
nniitifiriuii 1...., II.......... i . . ,
: ; ""iin.Tic.iiH fciectccieu. sur
veyed and sci urcd. Lands in second hand and
i-i i.iiius uouirni ami sola. Hues exam
ined and Covcyanccs made.
KeI'I-RFVI'I- .I..ln , rr 1 i T
Ct,S ' 'i; VV I'.ce County National Bank. Lix
on. III.; R,,l. t Harris, up't C. B. .t Q. R. R
Any Banker in Whitcsi.le county. 111.; Resri-tcr
una iveceiver or L,and iMtice. Lincoln. nll'i.
MEAT SV3ARKET !
Corner Main and Second Streets,
keeps constantly on hand the best of ull kinds cf
Ready made, and sold cheap for cash.
iv:i i i. r . 4 t : :
r uu limit liijiutv Ltr pti I'iiiruiiiiKt', i iu iiv
nil I : i c I. :
turc and Coffiixi. Lin25ttf.
which he will furnish to customers at the hest of
raie? lor ca."u. ju OMil.i
Advertising Agents, Chicago,
nAre authorised to receive Adrrr-
ftt rater, and art AgmU flr all Aetojpa-
THE JOB DEPARTMENT tJiDVERTISE
of thcHlKBALP has been
Dll. m. II. 1T1 CLUSKEY,
J. M. H1FCH!V3AW,
(Successor to Donelan Jt Hinchman.)
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY.
.Drugs and IiMli fines,
PAINTS. OILS. DYES, NOTIONS,
PERFUMERY, FANCY SOAPS,
and otherwise irreatly improved, and we can
now furni.-h anything, from a
I) E IN" TIST, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
A nooUe writes to ask us if there is
inv tnitll in' th( llA i:ll-inir lliif "Tiirj
seethe wind:' ami, if so. what wind is
- . . 1 -1 , . . . .
it iney set;.' e rejuy, ny, ot course
they can; and the particular wind in
question is a 'saw-wester."
Black -eyed ladies are said to Le pas
pionate and jealous. Blue-eyed soul
ful, truthful. nfTocri.niti' nn.l nrtnfi.linir
, - - - - .....V V V'l.t.V.....
Gray-eyed philsophieal, litomry, reso
lute and cold hearted. Nazel-eved
quiet-eyed, quiok-tem pored and fickle.
3Ir. Iupgins says that there is no
country in the world where wives are
more worshipped than in Trance. He
regrets, however, that all the adora
tion comes from sonielaxly else's husband.
FANCY JOB IN COLORS
FULL SHEET POSTER
iiitr-ioii nice uurinfr inc
!aj Wlflr in .t.u.l. i.inh.1. t II i iv - -i.
i . ,r ' . "ruers icii ut inc
t ost Utlice will he promptly attended to juljti.
WAOS ! PIAJfOS!
Council It I ii (Is, Iowa,
Vi? in,thf Pl?irafed Steck ,t McCaramcn
- "" vwier .uusiea, instruments.
All instruments warranted five years. o21yl
on short notice, and in good so le.
A Vankv wliii fpnvid..l t.- Q r V,
- - - .... v .v IV . 1. 11 1 .III
Cisco by the Pacific railroad, writes that J
uLiance oetween mat city ana lios
ton is equal to 211 games of cucher, 17S
1 111".- '
uruitsanu in cigars.
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"TlHnd StA'r'Prs, mnr I in
and cureil, by openin? with a nuill the
11 V. 1 ... - .1 ' i l 1 ,1 .
Muaii iun.- uixie mo temples in me
horse's forehead. First cut the skin.
SflW fllKt. R."ltlirflt..1 l-itl w-v-,l oTI
...... - ..... ' 111. V V 'i. 1 I'll.
placed at the foot of fruit trees, is said
to be an effectual remedy against the
A man hould know when to laugh or I
smile m company. It shows more stu
pidity to le grave at a good tiling than
to be ruerry at a bad one.
A gun is exhibited in San Francisco i
which fires 500 shots a minute, and a
Vortusreso has just invented one that will
fire R0 shots.
PATRONIZE THE HERALD
AND BUILD UT A HOME RCSINESS.
I. , . " - .' '
For Mechanical and Medicinal purposes.
Keep constantly on hand a full and well assorted
Physician?" prescriptions carefully compound
ed by an experienced Dmireist. None but tho
purest medicines used. All poods warranted aa
represented. Call and see.
Jlain Street. South Side.
TIiom. W. Shryoclc,
And dealer in ull kinds of
Furniture and Chairs.
third strekt, (near Main)
Plattsmouth, - - - Neb
Repairing and Varnishing neatly done.
So' Funerals attended at the shortest notice.
J. & If. J. Strciglit,
Fruits, Confectioneries, Toys,
STATIONERY &C, &C
SODA. LEMONADE AND
240 M.UX STEEET,
PLATTSMOCTII. - - NEBRASKA.
ALSO. W would invite the attention of buy
ers to our fall nnd complete stock of Harnkss.
?hP.1!'!,.T"Xl ( ;! -Rs. which we arc filing
.... -.i. ,, urn mane 10 order, and ro
' m A" I M : .. 1
i tu u - i econu siory over store.
I p.,1-" 'highest cash price paid for HIDES AND
I PI...',.,.,!, ,,. J. dC 11. J. is.
Everybody, and inoro too, arc going to
B. A. WIGGEHHOHIT Sl Co.,
To buy their
girling; zxulX Su.i-n mer OOoara
N"EW YORK STORE.
The largest and most comolcte
ST OCK OF DRESS GOODS
Are now on exhibition nt the New York Store, at greatly reduced price?. call particular
attention to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YARNS BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kindj and prices to suit our numerous customers. A large ttock of
HATS AND CAPS,
V P harp n lartrp atnelr rf iKn falulralarl A B r r 11 I -T-x J i inr- n
PLOW, STUBBLE and BREAKING PLOWS, nd all Wind, ,f
Plattsmouth. April 22d. 1SG9. E. A. WIGGENHORN & CO.
in the market tli.it hm this feed. W e lr .
bled to cell a fir.-t cli.-s shuttle .Ma.-li'lf ','. .'
cry low price, on account of in siun, " '
ciiise-iiii nt low cost , maiiuf.i. lurina ia" " "
partson with complicated luacliim-i.
A (2 CATS
Wewi.-h to arrangn with agent--, rod- t
male to rei.resent the American HmttU- I
Machine in each State, fount v and '!.,' j '
I nite.1 .states and Ontario. Extra i.n' '
to experienced aircnts. 1
.ion,'r!i!lrcssrtk'Uia, , at0 J ' :..
. V. N. ANDREWd, (lenerat Agen
L. for the benefit of our Agent, w. (,.
arranged with partiea who have goods snii ,
l'r M w ing Machiuo Agent to sell.
cnl Look of samples und full particular- on ,,
ccipt of one rcl stinni.. Address
V. N. ANDREWS, (Icncrnl Agci,.
'""l Detroit. Mi'-l,
Weeping Water, Neb.
HATS. f.M'.S, Dim rrs.
snoi.'s. vfiTiiiv i
PINE AND COTTONWOOD LL'.MIIEI;. '
SlUNiiLES AND LAI.;
A e are Agents for
Willcox &, Gibbs Sewing Machine,
which is undoubted! tho best Ma bin., r,
O. F. JOHNSON,
"WHITE & BUTTERY,
T A T I X: It y,
Perfumeries, Hair Oils,
SD ALL Tit K
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, -'fe
Toilet Soaps, Brushes, all kinds, Perfumerv. ami
llnnev 'Vnila A rt;nUi, 'f 1
-j '"'"-"uucs, a s, i russes, supporters
Shoulder Braces, Grass and Garden Seeds, '
For medicinal purposes.
Paints, Oils, Ararnishes and Dye Stuffs,
Stationary, Carbon Oil, Lamps, Chimneys,
Glass and Putty, also,
CHOICE FAMILY 'GKOCEUIES,
GREEN AND CANNED FRUITS,
CONFECTIONERY, &c. )v.c.
the want; 00' in ouV leTfrl,'"Cr -en years, we know
ucm quality to supply those wants ut very low prices. large sioCK ot ioo.is of the
I Lave A No. 1
in good running order.
WHITE fc BUTTERY.
Tlatt-smouth, Nebraska. April 2d, 1H68.
1100 pe rsons in England ray a tax for
i.l .M ... .1.11. . T I
Keeping in jtneir noiL-cncuas more man
ten male fcrraDts.
Xcver wait for a thing to turn np. tt A n n
Go ami turn it up yourself. It takes -33 ASSlSted the Business Man,
less time, and is sure to be done.
Hay is $30 a ton in the northern part
oitlo arc sniJ to be starrintr. ! SrJJIA?4"!?''01" ia n!tmouth should
-iivuiw uc OKIALD.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO,
591 BROADWAY, KEW YORK,
tmwif IW tt-aii M tbm TrH to iW4r ntcMttt H.rtmftl mi tkm
t rI Fa rfc.
Burlington Bridge Finished
Burlington & Missouri River,
In connection with
Chicago Burlington & Quincy
rresenw to the PuMi the most direct, sure and
,. rale route to
Ohio, rimou, Indiana. Pennsvlrania, New Tork
and New England.
1 J.cni'prq rum tK. . . " . k : . .
centering in Chicago.
Baggige Checked through to Ottumtra.
Kate iuTariahly as low as hy other routes
"luy your Couoen Tirkrta t
O ttumwa via Burlinsrton
Pullman's elegant Sleerinj? CVm on all niht
aT kT Torz ali n. d PRKI
.cn. iicket A Pas'r A't.
G. C. MORTON.
Jep1, OenlFrekht A;'t.
F.rvMav I ro:oprt.
Tut.. 1 u,Tu,.r
la. I Dnnlnfia,
BT- Cls4. I CnpifM.
CPTtl hl, I HlflM.
Tjri, I Bmm.
THE ULNDS OP THE BIBLE,
""') Wmrtn aTm AIM. ItlniuM mmi ImL
ST - rTTilt IT'yi7 w' ' ''" " AmZTn
Kvsr- -nl- zzrzi rrs
E.- & n. T. ASTHOUT & CO,
691 Pro dwai, S.T
Importers and Micvfr of raalOiTapaic lUtaria
Lock Stitch Reversible Feed
THE ONLY ONE
find luHtAnini? o 1 1 .B nwm-m. ... . : i
It nHe and wastes less thread than any other.
jv in cuuiinPDCfl eam witnout told inc the
Warrant..! t ta kAnvr. c i
9 ui uuv k'mjus equaiiy
STOVE A.ND TIKI STORE.
JE3- T- &c CO.,
Wboleoale and Retail dealers In
Ifardivare and AgricuKiirnl Impleiuonts,
STOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON, BRASS,
Of all kinds and sizes, which we warrant the bert in the market.
Hardware, Cutlery, Iron, Steel
Koek Eslancl lIou.s.
CULTIVATOP.S-SULKV AND WALKING.
A Iurgo variety on hnndi.
Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes.
Ac. ic, Air.. X-r.. Ac.
A large stock now (.n hand at email advance
IOO Maiu Street, .ebrahn City
..,. l'P"--'e the ej-mour House.)
m;n of thk padlock.
Over 50,000 Machines Sold R0flng' GntterS and SpontinS Done 011 Notice.
5end for Report and Circulars.
tU North Fourth ctreet, St. Louis, Mo.
DR. G. II. RLAfC.
Are exclusive Agents in thi county for the sale ot
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Coal
or Wood Cook Stove
Give a call-we will not be under,ld-Main M reef, next door eart of the Ma nic Block
vi o tn
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