Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, April 21, 1870, Image 3

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WATCHMAKER
zZj,J2- AND JEWELE It.
AND DEALER IN
V AT CHES,CIiOCKS,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES,
VH LTN STRINGS AND
FANCY GOODS.
K':s;.jiRKK OM Stand. Main Street, two
of City Hotnl. nor. lOwtf.
UNDERWRITER S AGENCY.
Aysrreifalo Asueat.H. fc3,S6B,t79,I i.
Con --..liJati-l Statement f the condition of
';ril!.iMt. lliM'VEr., Niai;r and Rkpib
i.ic I irr I n-'ur.mce t ' ti-panics, of the City of
w -: ii. ou thc3i.-l l.iy of Doceaiber. lci'i.
CAPITAL.
Ai-irrpate Capita! S2.'J0O,ViO 00
fc:iirlus l.oiki.yTU 14
Total Capital and Surplus SJ.Soo.&TS 11
ASEsTS.
!'ni!el State Securities $2,107.7.7)00
Lo-ns on fe:i l mid Mortjrasr 7LS.7r0 (to
I."trn on Call 'amply securedi 311.700
Ca-!i in Rank an i nan Is of Axenti... 27l'.o ':) D2
K.ti Ksime 1 40.443. 61
L'tri'T .'-uri' i s. includinti- liills. Re
fci'iv:ili!o, l;ai:k .-"locks, etc ZOO.Z'A 71
$1,Soti.'.C9, 1
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..".""V12AUj7 76
LIABILITIES.
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GILLKIAN CORN SMELLER.
WM. Tl. PORTED, Agent
Plattsinoatli, Nebraska.
MASlKACTL'ltKD BT
Gillman, King & Hamilton.
Ottawa, . . .... Illinois.
I am rr-nt fur the a'-i.jve Celebrated Corn
f S'-li -r. a. nl am propareii to fill orders on short
r."li''. A .an! mai-hioe can be seen at ?ny
fjrin H'i un ! a half mile." soxitb wet of I'latts
r?: ii"'i. I :i:.vc hud one of tiiefinai'hine in ue
for th" pat five yoars, aud find it perlei-t in every
rfdPt. Wil. li, POKTEK
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rAGHiaE SHOP I
WAYMAN & CURTIS
Y.i i !t i r'-rj r f f in Ki.pLr.eH. Il'jilers. Saw and
i t.-' i Mii!-. -
) w una S tea in Fitlin-. AVroneht Iron I'lpe,
F : and I ill l'ui.i! fit earn liatiifi'S, i ca
j u:vci-jveruors', iiiid all kind of
: Bras Engine Fittings,
! fajDLhed on -hort notice.
FARWING MACHINERY
P-Tiirf 1 on phort aotioo.
ii. IiiLBAUL.
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HIBB ABD & SPENCER
JonBKRS OF
Hardware & Tinplate.
92 & 94 Michigan Ave.
CHICAGO, 111.
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lif.d. I. Ti'iTl R. T. I.H1SS1. J. R. CLAKXS
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
ZB.A.2ST IK IE jRS
DKALKRS IX
Gold and &ilvcr Coin,
EXCHANGE,
HT.S. and other blocks.
D;afL drawn on all parts of the United State
wd Europe. iJepoeiw received, and special at
ct:on given to collections.
Plattsmouth, Neb.
NEW
ACUDM ii
CO. I'lCItLER, Prop.
so urn of towx on the
li O CK JiL UFFS R OA D.
I ap prepared to kill beef cattle, hosrs. heap
'"lor nnoiaen, on short notice and at re-
GIVE ME A CALL.
''-' C20. TICKLES.
M
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D. SCUNASSE.
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
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Everybody, and more too' are going ti " ..
D. SOHNASSB - & CO;
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ISTEAV YORK STOKE.
The largest and most complete
STOCK OF DRESs GOODS
Are now on exhibition at the Xew York Store, at prcatly reduced prices. Wo call particular
attention to our new styles of
DRESS-GOODS. PRINTS,
DELAINS. GINGHAMS,
DROWN SHEETING,
HLEACHED COTTONS,
BALMORALS. CARPETS,
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
f U kinds and prises te suit ear numerous eustemers. large stock of
. GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
QDEENSWARE,
WOODEN-WARE,
GLASSWARE,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
HATS AND CAPS.
We have a larae stock of the celebrated GARDEN CITY CLIPPER.
PLOW, STUBBLE and BREAKING PLOWS, nd all kinds of
CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. SEEDERS, HAY RAKES. &.C
Platteuiouth February, 10th, 1870. tf. D. SCIINASSE & CO.
a a
One doer west of
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA,
IIA? AT
A LA HUE STOCK OF
Bry Goods, Groceries, Clothing,
FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SZElOIES
and Provisions.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR ALL
Kinds of Country , Produce, v
Plattnmouth, Nebraska, August 5th,
$Jc Jiff$e an extensive general stock
or Gooffs tlsfsl vre arc con slant If
sorting flh tvltif tre otter to tlse
ic at prices that we know must give
entire satisfaction
We purchase the very best Goods at the head f Mar
ket and strictly for cash, and are prepared to compete
tcith the trade at any point on the Missovri river.
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BOYS" AMD CHILDREN'S CLOTKiSMG,
Hats 8c Caps, Boots 8c Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
Mam Street, ' Second Door East of Coat t House
Plattsmouth, FSeb.
BRANCH HOUSE: Broadway, Council BiinTs, Ica.
HAMBURGER AMD '.BERLINER-
SIGN OF
WHQLES0LE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Carpets, Boots and Shoes,
Under the Brooks House,
Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
C-The Highest Price Taid for Country Traduce, Hides, "Wool fcc.-a
tpUwtf.
F. D. LEHNHOfF.
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buy their .
TH(
COTTON YA S BOOTS AND SHOES
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the Uebald Offico,
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LOCAL ZTSnETWS.
A few large warehouses are ; needed
near the railroad track. ' ..
. A oou foundry is almost, an absolute
neei.ry Tier- Who'yfi! Mart it ? ' '
?ir. uma, xv. i. jara master nas al
ready commeneed to improre his prop
erty in the north part of the city.
The daily Herald is now the best
advertising medium west of the Mineouri
river. Everybody reads it.
Waynian & Curtis are finishing the
iron railing around the porticos of the
Brooks House.
The Kate Kinney arrived at oar land
ing this morning. . She has otie above,
and will probably be down to-morrow
morning.
MickelwaitM neighbors left him yester
day evening. In the language of the
"sage f Ashland," he feels as though
he had "let a bird go."
A school Loue is very much needed
in the south part of the city, and one in
the north part. We need at least three
public schools within the city limits.
Just think of our seven or eight hundred
children attending one school !
There are a large number of new resi
dences going up in the north part of the
city, near the Surveyor General's office.
The are started so rapidly that we do not
pretend to keep track of who the owners
are.
A gentleman from Chicago, we did
not learn his name, leased a couple of
lots to-day on sixth street for the pur
pose of opening another large lumber
yard.
It does not mike a particle of differ
ence to the people of this city whether
the Chinese wear their hair plaited or
twisted, so long as we can get five or six
hundred houses erected here this season,
and an hundred new business houses
fillud with goods.
Clark & Plnmmer are now receiving
the first installment of a heavy stock of
goods. They are making preparations
to do a large butiness this season, and
will sell at the lowest possible figures.
Mr. l'luuimer is now east taking advan
tage of the low prices.
Geo. S. Harris, Esq., Land Commis
sioner of the B. & M. Co., arrived from
Burlington by the morning express.
We learn from him that the Scandinavi
an are settling in rapidly on the Coin-
Iiany's lands in Iowa and that they may
e looked for at Plattsmouth in large
numbers soon.
It is astonishing the amonnt of lum
ber sold in Plattsmouth. This is the
lumber market for the entire country
weet and south-weft. We have some of
the heaviest dealers here that the west
affords, and more are coming.
Hibce & Son are getting things fixed
up in nrst-rate shape at the Jirooks
House. Every room is carpeted and
furnished with new furniture, and guestJ
will find everything just as it should be.
We were informed to day by one of
the proprietors of an- important addi
tion to the city of Ashland that that city
contained over 10,000 inhabitants. We
judge he lias passed a restless night
there recently. ' " . '
- There Is the best onenin? for a woolen
factory m this city of any place we know
of. ho wants t make money by tak
ing hold of the enterprise.
A male tyrant in Chicago finds fault
because his wife threw dishes into hi;
face while he was sick and helpless. Be
ins a woman of proper .spirit he has
gone to Plattsmouth with a gambler.
Ex.
lhe Democratic primary meetings
were held in Nebraska City last d uou:iy.
Among all the uelegstes elected, not a
single friend of Morton's was on the list,
although it was said he made desr,trate
efforts to secure their election. Poor
Sterling.
W. R. Vaughan, Eq., publisher of
the .travelers Compamon and -Immigrants
Hand Book to the country along
the Burlington and Missouri River R.
R.," called on us to-day and left a copy
of his book for review. The work con
sists of a "visible admixture" of adver
tisements and historical and business
sketches. It gives much valuable in
formation relative to the country, and
will no doubt be of benefit in inducing
immigrants to the country along the line
of the road.
from Friday'Z Daity.
The Kate Kinney passed down this
morning.
The City Counr-il advertises for pealed
proposals for grading.
Hon. J. M. Thayer has our thanks for
a full set of Congressional Globes for the
4 1 st Congress.
Hon. A. B. Fuller and brother were in
the city to-day. Abe goes east on busi
ness. It is feared by some that the freeze
last uight will prove injurious to fruit
trees.
Gov. Butler is in the southern part of
the State. He was at Jenkin'sMill re
cently. Mr. Joel Parcel has a few choice black
berry roots which he will sell to persons
desiring a start. He has the celebrated
Kittatinna and the Law ton.
The terms of consolidation have bee
ajreed upon between
C. B. & St. Joe and tl;
the officers of the
the Missouri Valley
railroad.
A boy named Futcher recently killed
a man in Council Bluffs by striking him
with an adze. It was done in defence of
the boys father. The boy was arrested,
tried and acquitted.
Private advices have been receved in
this city from Cheyenne to the effect that
there was a heavy fall of snow' at that
place last Wednesday nlght. v ; ;
i Mr. Paul Hill, Railroad transfer agent,
tripped and fell while- crossing -'-Second'
strecTt-dar; He ias severely shocked,
by the fall, but sustained no serious injury.
The name of the desertsr who com
mitted suicide near Ft. Laramie recently,
mentioned by our Wyoming correspond
ent, wa3 RoIIand Cathcart, formerly of
Boston, Mass., an! a painter by trade.
A lively time is anticipated at the Re
publican convention in Nebraska City te
uiorrew. Morton ha been kicked out of
his own party, and he is now endeavor
ing to divide the Republicans. We
think he will receive a worse rebuke to
morrow than he did in the democratic
convention.
We understand a large portion of ths
Railroad track on the low grounds at
Omaha is under water, and that many
buildings are submerged. There is a
vast difference let ween the old muddy at
Omaha and the old muddy at Platts
meuth. The high water has not caused
the least inconvenience here, and has in
no plaoo got cuteide the banks.
Clark is moving his billiard tables to.
day to his new room, opposite thu Brooks
House.
CoL H B. Taylor, editor of the
Oiaaha Republican, has been on a trip to
the national capital. He returned yes
terday, : . i .. .. . .
'A nmaway oecured on Main street to
day, in which two or three teams became
mixed up.' Hon. S. Maxwell's buggy
was upset and injured slightly. No se
rious damage was done.
A Nebraska City cotemporary makes
quite a noise over the fact that seventeen
wagons loaded with lumber had left that
town in one day. That did very well for
that place, but our lumbermen would
think they were doing a poor business if
anyone oftlie half dozen yards faikd to
sell that amount every day.
Mr. Redick is about to contract for the
erection of the big hotel at Omaha.
The Rrpwhlican says his proposition is
to devote the three upper stories to
hotel purposes, and pertinently r
whether Redick will furnish the ladders
for the guests to get up to the windows
The St. Joseph Union informs its rea
der8 that the services of a Nebraska cor
respondent has been secured in the per
son of II. M. VanArmand, of Plattsmouth
We are pleased to learn that Van i do
ing what he can to advertise Nebraska.
Merchants from the west will do wcl
to stop and examine goods and prices
here before going farther east forastock
Our merchant are preparing to do i
general wholesale business.
Our Nebraska City friends derive much
benefit fioin the completion of the B. &
M. R. R. to this citv. If they will only
take hold and build a stub up to this
place it will give them good railroad fa
cilities.
Personal. Hon. Robert Morrow, of
this city, will leave for Plattsmouth in a
day or two. Rumor ha h it that he will
return with an extra rib. Plattsmouth
Herald please copy. Captain J. P,
Moore wiil officiate as one of the bride
grooms. Republican, ()th.
The above escaped our notice until to
dav. We are anxious to know how
many bridegrooms there will be.
The HnitALD has called attention on
several occasions! to the need of a foundry
iu this city. Wc are pleased to state
now that our call has brought the man,
and that a foundry will be started as Soon
as the necessary arrangemeats can be per
fected.
A subscriber to the Daily Herald
remarked yesterday that a copy of the
paper had saved him the little item of
$3 the day previous. After reading the
local news, he gave the advertisements a
glance, (like all sensible men) anddiscov
ered that a certain hoase advertised an
article which he needed. He gave them
a call, and found he could save three dol
lars on the small amount he wished to
purchase. He made three dollars, and
the advertisers made a fair profit
This thing occurs every day.
From Sctturdiy' Daily
The river has becu falling for a couple
of days past
Rev. Mr. Cameron is erecting a neat
residence in the nortlpart of town.
Our new citv council are taking hold
like they intended to accomplish some
thing during their term of office.
lue object supposed to bo a gun
boat," at the mouth of Platte, proves
to be a "fishing smack" from Omaha.
Mr. L. White, Esq. , is erecting a com
modious dwelling on his addition to the
city.
The Magee has been at work at the
railroad landing for the past two days,
getting the new landing ready.
Commissioner Harris left for Burling
ton on the evening express traia. He
will return Tuesday.
Guthman & Huberty are remodeling
the front of their bakery sales room. A
nice open front is being put in.
Maxwell & Chapman will move their
law office about the first of next month
to the room heretofore occupied by Dr.
John Rlack, in the MasOnio Block.
John Manly, Esq., the great track
layer on the Chicago, l'lattsmouth and
San Francisco line of railroad, left for
Wisconsin yesterday. He will be absent
a couple of weeks.
How about the street lamps. The
Ordinance has been passed, but it re
quires some further action to get the
posts and lamps in shape.
J. C. Fuller, Esq., of Ashland, gave
us a call this morning. We learn from
him that the new hotel will probably be
opened in the course of a week or ten
days.
Geo. S. Smith, sq., contemplates
erecting a new residence this spring.
He hag already purchased several very
fine lots, thus proving his faith in the
future of the city by investing his means.
Sensible.
VanArmand & Co., will organize their
great railroad enterprise to day. Busi
ness prevented our short hand reporter
being present. Van informs us that
Gen-. .Dodge is to take a heavy enterest
in the concern, and that he (Van) de
elines being a regular correspondent for
the St. Joe Union.
The great 1. T. Barnum is expected
in Plattsmocth toon. He will take this
eity on his way I the Pacific. He goes
by the Chicago, Plattsmouth and San
Francisco route. Our citizens should
secure him for at least eno lecture as he
passes through.
It is stroBgly hinted that some of the
officers assisted in the escape of the Fre
mont murderer named Smith. He had
not been gone more than half an hour
before he was missed, yet no clue to his
whereabouts, nor the direction he went
can be found, notwithstanding hundreds
of citizens turned out on the hunt. His
brother had left the town two days pre
vious, taking with him all the extra
clothing cf the prisoner.
The' railroad company are planking
theit tracks across Main . street, so as to
permit the crossing of wagoirs.
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OF THE CONDITION OF THIS
Of New York, on the first day of January, A. 1. 170. made to the Auditor
of State of Nebraska, pursuant to the Stature of that Stato.
NAME AND
The nnme of this Company i" the HOME
and located in the Ciry of .New York.
CAPITAL.
The capital of oimpiny aotu:i!!y piM
The surplus oil the 1st Jiiy oi' Jaiiuo, la.".)..
Total amount of rapi'.nl
AfSEl
Amount of C:t.h in Co:r.i:iont..l N;:t"n .rial l!;ink.
in h. '.lids ot Air i.-. ;in 1 in course
L'. S. lU ifisicri-ii and Coupon hi :ek
ui.trket value
I'niteii States Ijuuds, market
Mifsi.un " b per ci-ut.
" " N. Caiulina " C "
" " Tvniifrsi-o " 6 "
' " V iM-on-iu " 6 "
" " litiiiois " ti "
" lUiude Island " 0
" Culiloruiu " 7 " "
" Counc. ti -ut " "
" " N. Y. City and County Bonds "
" tjui-ens County linnds "
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Carolina " lo.M'i U j
" Brink StorM. mrivket vn!u' :
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of rci-ord ( n I'uincuii.t'oi i'd lio:.l J-.r i:t:e. worth ut -
lc:i.t So.Tri.i.y"', run- of iuteri'H 7 pt-r (i:t )
" " Liii:;y on Stocks and ii-'itds. piiyii' Ii" op ocn. i!:d. t!i" )
lourkct Ttiluc of sei-uriiicf i-U'df-'t d, .lit !eu.t i't-l,-
" ' Stfiiuifr Mnpnet und Vuikiii; !tj p innu.-
" " Other Property, ili.-i-t ll;iiie us lit n.s !
Due for lVeiuiuiUi on l'oiieie.- ia.-aed ut Oiiice, l ire and ) i
Inland...:
" Bills Ueceivfuble for i'ri'iiiiuiiis on Inland Navijntion
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Interest due on 1st January. l7u
iiovernuient iStainp. on hand
Real Lstate..: !
LIABILITIES.
Amount of Losses adjusted, due and unpaid
" ' incurred, and in process of a, !jnsMuc:il
" Dividends declared und due ar.d unpaid
" " cither of cutli or script, declared hut not
yd due j
" ell other Ciiting claims aailit she Company
Total amount of Losses, Claims ani
The ercatc.-t amount insured on anv one ritk is 075,OiA, bu will n it ?
SI0.CW.
The Company has no peneral r.iie as to t!. amount hIIott" I to l.r in'
villiiKe or block. bein puvci ned in this matti-r. iu tacli case, by the ucner.il
width of streets, facilities fcrpiitiii'.p out fires. Ac.
A certified copy of the Charter or A-t of Inc irporation, cs ninen juJ, ac
Statement.
STATE OI-- NKWYOI1K. )
Citu ami Cciunfy uj Jtetc 1 urk. )
JOHN II. WASHlil'RN. Secretary of the Home
sworn, ncpesc an i say, an.l each tor l.iiii-rll
ftatement of the u Hairs of the said Corporation,
thcreof.
(.-ipned.)
(.Signed.)
Subseribei! and sworn beforo me, thb l'Jth day
(Signed.)
L. S.
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WHOLESALE
Are now receiving and have on hand (at the old ita il of White &. Ruttery)
South side Main st., PlafctssnoirSh
The Largest and L1ost domplete
Stock of Dnip. Medicinea, Paints, Chemicals,
Uarslmg Oil. Castor Oil. Neat.-t jot Oil, h
Cod Liver Oil. and a larze variety f
Articles, Essences, Flavoring
Such as Jayne's. Aver?". Halls. Scnvi'.le'sOoe's,
WriKtit. V nketielU a, tmv svit; s. Terry I:ivi-. i;-ii-rck s i -.' i ; I -. .-ii-. V iiulow
Dr. Winchell's, Hosteller's. Drake's. AVallace's, AVeCs, and
all others in eueiul u.-i.-.
Brandies,
Wines
Of tha btst grades and qualities,
DOMESTIC BYES,
Red or Rose. Green. Blue and Black. Annline. Indipo. Mndder. Extract Lorwond.
In fact everything that is needed in the Drug or
I hysicians' Prescript'ons careful y compounded and put up
at all hou s. All Drugs warranted fresh and puro. Cai'
before buying, rncl see vhat ve
Plattsmouth, March 21, 1870. wtf
FATOVVILLB U
ON THE
SOUTH WEEPIX8 WATER.
XXXX At$2.50per sack
XX FLOUR 2,CO per SACEi.
Bran A Shorts TOcts per 1 00 lbs.
Bran & Shorts Extra Good 1 ,00 per 100 lbs
Corn Meal l,25cts per hundred pounds
FLOUR EXCHANGED FOIt W 1 1 EAT
as usual.
Wheat d Corn ground on Toil
Special paint will It taktn to latify all icho call.
10,000 Bushels of Wheat and
20.000 Bushels Corn
WANTED
vVm. E. SHELDON Agent.
feblOdiwtf.
$20,000 worth of Prcperty
FOR SALE-
Consisting; of farm. with timber ajoiiiing.na
Plattsmouth. property in Plattsmouth City
horses, cattle, wagons, etc.
For further particular eniuira of or ad ires
GEO. W. COLVLN.
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LOCATION.
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and that they are the uouve ik-
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of January. A. D. 1S70.
dUOS. r. UOOUKlL'll.
.Xolur) J'ublie.
J. N. WISK, A..-e-,t.
and RETAIL
Lead, Varni-hes. Coal Oil. Fi -Ii Oil, M-.eh '.-.is
tie on, 11 mseea ),i, j.ur l On. nt, Jvn-ntitl
Notion.', l'erfuuiery. Fancy :.:id ioil t
Extracts. AUu, ull the IVpular
Chrisiio's. Mrc's. Mi E-iin's. Ea'irrV;. AVistur'.s,
and Whlskle
strictly for Medical purposes.
Tye Woods, ic
Medicine Line.
have to sc!l.
Weeping Watsr Kcbraskn.
DEALERS IN
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
Hardware,
Queenswsro.
Boot?, and Shoes,
Hats, and Caps,
Agricultural TTPi-liicent' iifall kinds, ATeimnd
"1 X L" l.'u! ; i .-nror, I nion Com 'iini( , s.
(irandetour and I'rineeton l'lvws, Ac ie
iitititm, all pf which weoJicr to the pui.iic at the
owest rttaii I'rices.
All Goods Warranted
As Represented,
30ur constant r.im w ill be to sell so low thjit
it will be to the pTi.ii. e u iranr-i--; of i vey iar
raer in the w stem an t centra'! por:i-.i:i o Ca.-s
county to make this their bta J u-irtt: 4 f '' ti.i i
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S eepir.g '. atir. April 1).
We .: also ajent.-for Mowers, ll nrfrs,
and Thrashing .Mactiines. u; 7v.:f
DE3STTIST,
AViil be at Johnson's Druj Store during th
li"t week in eaeh mouth. A.I orders lyjt t the
I'ost Oliice will bo proD:rt;y attended to 'Jiy
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