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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1875)
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Attorney at Law.
T- R. WILLCOX. J. 3. GILUAM.
Willcox & Oilhaiu
ArrOHNEYS AT LAW,
Will Praciice in nil the Courts of the
ST Collection Pioniptly Attended to
OFFOE IN PO T OFFICII
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
kOTAE7 PUBLIC AND EEAL ESTATE
7?f Chtn1 NtbranJca.
County Superintendent of Public In
struction. fcobb.. Marqubtt & Moore,
One ofui will l in attendance at each
term of tho District Court of tho 8evenl
tountica in the ltcimblicau Valley. 2 1
If. UOWKN. JAS. LAIRD
HOWE $i LAIRD,
Att'neys at Law
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Will practice in all the Courts o
Real Estate Agents, &c.
Xf. N. RICHARDSON, J. A. TULLEVS
Richardson & Tulleys,
SEAL ESTATE & COL'CTINS AGENTS
Will buy and sell Ural E-t.te on Coimiih
inH. anl pay taxes fur nun-rwiilciitA.
Special attention Kivcn tiirollcctwnp. Cor
rc."iMi:i(lcrioc ,olicito"l. A'l Ittlrry of inquiry.
or on liufinc jnomjitly .tntfwcrcu.
RED CLOUD. - - - - NEB.
IK IT. Freeman,
I J CM I ATA,
Buys anil sella Western Securities.
ttfSrhnnl Hands a Specialty.
Real Estate Dealers,
ULOO.MINUrON - - - NEB
Have crnt"ntl fralo ft lanro quantity
of cliiu Liinds in Southern r.ibra.ka.
. VW-1 buy niiil re I lin;l n Commission and
!'' "J'.iios 'or nn rtMilcnii.
BJtr At cntion alo civen to thoiroe;n-
li ri o' :il! cbmii Iirfore till local nn.l ceneral
I Lmul Othci'S. and bcorcl.iiy of the Int rior.
CLOY ERTON. NEBRASKA.
W. wii.lso.w Proprietor
vfcod Stable., Good Bed.-, and Stiuar3
Mcik, at Reason .b!c Hates.
JTIic Patronage of the Travelling Pub
lic, lit .peer fully Solicited.
Ilea Gl de House.
fled Clod, Nebraska.
IB.9.SXL. - - - Proprietor.
looil Mlakle In Connection with (he
IIO I' .HE:
This hotel has been refitted and refurnished
throuchout. Counne-cia1 Men. Railroad Men
ntl nil parlies vi-ilinjf Rod '"'oud. Hill find
imi'l accoinraoiiauons atuus iioici.
J. D. POST, Proprietor.
ITavinB fitted up a -ante Stable r prepare
ktall times to furnish room and feed for team
jfcreryritroon short notice.
Stable west of tie valley House,
A. B. HAJMTER.
at the Billiard Flail, Red Cloud.
"Slaving, Shampooing and Hair-
Jutting in the highest stylo of the
!llxi Meat Market.
MARK H. WARNER,
Has jfi?t opened a Meat Market on
Vnlwtpr TWreet. next door south ot
?trk'u Shor Ship where he will keep
id sell fresh meats oi au Kinas.
IGHEST .MARKET PRICE PAID
F08BEEF CATTLE, HOGS,
ledCltud. - - -i- Neb.
- i '
Ines & Xiiquors
Ilielng, Smtking, Ttfctccf
OF ALL KINDSi
A Specialfy. " k
Frnah LagerBeerfior " rilerpr"
ewery, eontIy on haMJb
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Office 3d door Soutl of Court Houe.
Sesidanea On )& last of Sei.Clcui
Watchmaker It Jeweller,
SZD CL0T7fi,WSS3TZI COTOTT, VB.
JmTPrticulnr attention given to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
N JTARY PUBLIC.
Conveyancing and all other Notarial
Business will receive prompt attention.
i&"DepoMtions promptly and corw
Iy taken. AddrcM,
RKD CLOUD. NK1WASKA.
T. T, WIBS, Propri;tcr.
Regular trips will be made between
JUNIATA and RED CLOUD,
I shall be pleased to carry passenger
upon the days mentioned, leaving Re
Cloud at 6 A M on Mondays, Wcdnc
(lavs and Friday.". Leaving Juninta
at fi a. m., on Tuesdays, Thursday
Having leased the Wagon and Black -miith
bhop, lately oceunied by Ira
Sleeper, are now prepared tb?'do every
ihing in the line of v -
AG III CU LTUUA L 1M 1'LKM ENTS
Repaired on bhort notice and in a
WAG0N3 AND BUGGIES MADE TO
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
RED CLOUD MILLS.
Constantly on hand. All kinds of
AND BRIDGE PLANK.
All bold Cheap for Cash.
Call and examine lumber and prices.
" 7lTScITaED FREE ! I
Any person sufferinK from tho above dis
ci. U reiucUl to addrcs l)r. Price, and a'
triil Itottlu of medicine will bo forwarded by
The only oost being; tho Express charges,
watch orm to my large business, are small.
Dr. I'rico h.w miulo tho treatment of
FITS OK EPILEPSY
a study foryeirs, and he will warrant a cure
by the mo of his remedy.
Do not fail to send to him for a trial bottle:
it costs nothing, aud ho .
WILL CURE YOU,
no tcnttcr of how loatc standing; ynr caw
may be. or how- many utaw Dmedics nay'
Circulanaad testimonials sent with
FKEE TRIAL DOTTLE
Be particular to give yonr Express, as well.
as your msi I'lncc direction, ana
DR. CIIAS. T. TRICE.
67 William Street, now York
WELL AUGEfi !
Having obtained theageacy for tbe
Sutc of Nebraska for .
And provided o-araekes with f rat
class machinery for making WeSs, we
take this method of solicitta orders
front all who seek water sapply.
Wareprepanatesik wattt witk ih -at-osUpeed.aaaiaantirf-mtorTaaaaar.
.ijrflrai m& ker ataI take im.txf
efcawre for Work.
n Beiw tke dary MtaoriMi 'aMits tot tkk
State, we offer CoBBtr.Twaikiv. wad iadi-
Tiaaai newsier sue.
SPLENDID BUSIKHS FOR A SMALL
$25 a Day GHtrrts)t4 Mh
J j a
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Nolicnin this ColumnlO Cents a Jam
The Meat Market at Red Ckwi.
Thia is a good chance for a mas with
iijpall means to secure a good location.
Tb building and what belongs there
to, together with the good will, is of-
fcjrredtreiy cheap. Inquire at this
Arrlvfti 4 tiZpuwtm f MmUm
Irui iMe Urn loa4 r. .
JuKtAYA Leaves Monday's
Wedacwlay'8 and Friday 7 a. m.
Mail closed 9 p. m. Arrives Toe
day Thursday and Saturday' 7 p. m.
Harvard Leaves Tuesday's and
FridavV 6 p. m. arrives Tuesday a
and Fnday'a 5J p. m. Mail closed
51 p. ni.
Franklin, g'rftig east, Monday's
and Thurwlay'8 2 p. m. Going weat
Tuesday's and Friday's 10 a. m.
Pleasant Hill leaves Thursdays 6
a, tu. Arrives Wfcd&esday'a 4 p. m.
Mail closed 9 p. u;
Jkwrll. Kansas, arrives Friday's
12 in. Leaves Friday 1 p. m'i
RcstfKL, Kaesas, arrives TharsdayV
12 a. in. Leaves Thursday 1p.m.
Office open from 4 untill 6 p. m.
All registered matter mn9t be in
the evening before the mails leave.
M. B. McNirr, P. M.
Services eyery 6rbt and third Sab
batffsof each month at Red Cloud
and Inavale. 7 o'clock P. M. at
Red Cloud. 2 o'clock P. M. at In
atilc.' Every second and fourth
Sabbaths at Batin and Harmony
Precincts. Rev. A. Maxwell,
BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Titos.
MnXLOW, Pastor. Services every
fourth Sabbath at 7 P. M.
Sauiiath Sciiool every Sabbath
morning at 10 I. M.
J. Q. Potter, Supt.
Prayer meeting Sabbath and Thurs
day evenings. All held at the school
house just north of town,
Willcox & Gillham.
nave for sale choice tracts of Iaedj
and good claims.
All letters of- inquiry answered
NO. 1. '
160 acres deeded land, miles cast
of Red Cioud. SO aeres good bottom
grass land, balance smooth upland
prairie, well watered. A bargain.
A good claim of SO acres, four miles
from Red Cloud, south of the liver.
Timber and water.
1G0 acre 3 miles from town. 100
acres bottom, CO acres level upland, a
.pring on each 30 ; a running .stream
through the quarter, 40 acres improv
ed, a log ham-c 15x18, 15 acres wheat,
1 0 acres oats, 1 0 acres corn. One-half
the small grain and all the corn crop
will be ecrld with the land if sain is
made in shtty days. One cow, 2 plows,
1 harrow, 1 span horses, harness and
wagon, and 2 cultivators.
Nwi 34, 3, 9, filing ; 30 acres under
plow, a good well, dug-out stable 16x
45, hewed log house 16x20. Cheap.
"A house and let in Guide
4 A' V Ue
160 acres 4 miles from town. Fif
teen acres brokenrlays well. Will,
be sold cheap.
For further particulars call on or
Willcox & Gilltiam,
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB.
FAUC FOB SALS.
A splendid farm for sale abont six
miles southwest of Red Cloud. 45 acres
under cultivation, 30 acres in small
grain, and the, rest in com. Timber
.and water -on the laird im abundance,
Will also sell with farnt' one span of
mules, one cow. and all' the necessary
farming implements to carry on a farm.
Deed will be given to purchaser if de
sired. Good school advantages and
axteBsive range fof stock. North wea t
it Sec 33, town 1, range Jl weat
For further particulars call at this'
J6fcron J.C. Wolfe atwisphoa.
Front town 3, rang 9, Sec 12,
tWnight of May 16th, owe spaa ef
males, dark brown; when lost toi
halter on. Any informtfon famished
will.be well rewarded. Direct awdt
information to G. W. Ewaas, Maeoa,
Fraakmt couaty, Nek 40tf
Mlia mm aatavetW
From Se. 18. tows 1. nan 13 ail:
MUek two-year-old Mey w4 m
marts. Aay isfmatien wiM he wl
rewarcac tt TirftniroranatiaM
Bwerton, RankhwtX, NtiT
iWrfUrky ww W
able sow adaya, if yo
BhmeeVevwaamKami a aa knew
- Ktchiag qweks is aH
Look for Ira Sleteer'aaaw ad. ia'
-tit' , 't """w mj ' j-r
TO BE HELD ON THE
3rd Day of July !
PnUxbary ICeetiaz Hall 2s9s2a7
The citiaena of Red Cloud met pur
suant to fiotice, in Sbercr's store at 8
o'clock p. ai., Tuesday the 2nd intrt.
Mecting was called to order by Rev.
On motion it wai aecided that we
ce'ebrate the 3rd day of Jcly In th5
village of Red Cloud.
MewrsE. T. Fern, J. li MilKr,
Rufus Miksch, II. G. Bill. Ed. Kel
logg, and J. C. Warner were elected
committee of arrangements.
Messrs A. Maxwell, J. A. Talleys,
and W. N. Richardson, were cho.en
committee to procure speaker.
Mark H. Warner was chosen Mar
shal of the day, and Mat hew Stratum,
of Guide Rock, Deputy Marshal.
A. M. Hardy, of Guide Rock, was
elected President of.the day-J. Q.
Potter of Red Cloud, Geo. Knight, of
Inavale, R. B. Fulton, of Walnut
Creek. N. Haney, of Batm, T. C.
Laird, of Oak Creek, William Thorne,
of Harmony, and T. J. Ward of Still
waterVwere elected Vice Presidents.
Chaplain of the day. A. Maxwell.
M. B.' McNitt, 11. G. Bill, and J.
Q. Potter, were appointed a commit
tee' to secure music.
J. 0. Warner, Luther Mick, M. B.
McNitt were appointed a committee
to solicit fund?.
J. S. Gilham, E. II. Jones and J.
R. Willcox, were appointed committee
Meeting then adjourned to meet on
Monday evening, June 7th, at tho
School House, to make other arrange
ments. We ought to feel highly favored.
There ha been no rain along tho Mis
soar river lately.
The Lincoln Journal advises us
"western counties" to wait and see
"how grasshoppers pan out" before
miking; arrangements for Fourth of
Ju'y. 'That is good advice. Suppose
if there is no hoppers here by tho 3rd,
we can theu get ready and celebrate.
" .. Set the Best ana Cheapest.
The Reed Breaking Plow is the
best and cheapest. You can find them
at the Poet Office.
Last Tuesday evening thero was a
social hop in Geo. Zeiss' new building.
Everything passed off pleasantly, with
good music, and plenty of ice cream
and other refreshments. We, have
heard several remark that it was as
pleasant a gathering of the kind, as
they ever atteuded in Red Cloud.
There wero several of the "boys" over
Notice Ira Sleepers new' ad. in an
other column. He sells machinery
Carl Wi ber has opened a confec
tionery Shop in one of his buildings
west of the LaCledc House, and has
everything fixed up in good shape.
Boys go and take your girl and have a
nice dish of Ice Cream.
We understand from bear-say that
a couple of "roosters"' and their "dar
lings" stopped at the Valley House a
few evenings since, and that one of
them got married. He didn't make
it manifest to us though. Probably it
was modesty on the young man's part,
therefore we wont iay anything
O. L. Battles, of Guide Rock call
ed on Monday. He reports business
quite lively in that place.
We want all the farmers through
oat the county to consider themselves a
committee' of one to find out how
much grain there is sown in his imme
diate neighborhood and send in their
report to the Chief, so that we may
make an estimate of how much grain
of different kinds there is sow in the
coanty. This will let the outside world
know that we have not been idle this
T. T. Webb and wile were in town
eTr Sunday. Mr. Webb is proprie
tor of the Jaeobaon Howe at Jiaiata,.
and reports business brisk in that Hbc.
Something for the people. Be
careful of yonr poaltry, and do not let
yonr fowls stray ef year awn domain,
especially jn the eoaairy, for a aiagw
tarjkey or chicktn may do notoW" dam
age ia a short tima. The foHowlag k
a copy of a net aae man received from
Sir, I have yaarTarkey Gob-,
bier in my posatastoa, and .am holding
him for damages done by him. Ifjainr
$2.00 damages, X wtU please aeme'
wp and aay Mid. .charges aad remoV
yowr BTOBerty, aad obKfe me ami
aareyea troabw time ami ckpeaee.
Fom Sals. One yoke 'ot'flee
mrfe sevea year'old eattW well brekea
aai parfeetry gonad. Gal oar, or ,ad
dreea Alex. BataerfbrdKad' Cload
. -SemMtUacawA week ace the
BeeAly Irea. mored ee'tle;iaaaV
ff?c amwa. weaf ef tew; ihtf aave
414 aeree whtek they aect
of jfeKir. K. B.
aheraV of eattie ae
eawrap aaBaaaaaymFamm nam
da mm jmaaai i
iA 'JwBiiaealmilemW wf am
There will be a big Bowery dance
oq Saturday and Saturday eveuiug
July 3d. dancing to continence imme
diately after speaking.
It has b"6en whispered around j
among a, few, and talked around
among more, that a particular frieud
of ours i married, he wodt admit it to
ui although others say he y it u a
fact, we think the beat thing for him
to do would be to quietly ael-em-up.
For Kiuie time pait lhe Republi
can River has been up so that fisher
men have nut been able to betoe. but
it is down now and Uucle Jack prom-
arises us some fish Saturday.
We I'itcaei! io day ttj somethirg
that was indeed truly remarkable
Master Freddie Lutz has committed
the whole of tho Declaration of Inic
pendcuc to memo'y, declaiming it te
markably well for a boy of such tender
years , ucdtulti dly Fieddie will make
one of the best speakers of the age iu
which be Uvea.
Patronize home institution this
office needs all the help' our patrons
can give us these hard timed.
Will the people plea-'o accept my
resignation of the office of Marshal of
the day at the celebration on the 3rd.
of July as there are others more com
pctent aud experienced in such mat
ters. Mark. H.' Warner.
A Most Uit'ful Article in every
household is a reiving machine. The
Wilson Shuttle Scwingftlacbine com
bines in every degred fhc most perfect
machine yet invented. It is elegant
in finish, simple to learn, runs smooth
ly and quickly, aud what i more im
portant is the cheepest. The Wilson
Machine has received the highest
praise from all who have used it, aud
stands at the head of all sewing ma
chines. Machines will
be dcliverd at the nearest Rail
road Station to yotir place free of
transportation charges, if ordered
through the Companies Branch
House at St, Louis Mo. They send
an elegant catalogue and chromo
circular, free on aplication.
This Company want a few mere good
Notice to -School Boards.
To District School Boards:
You will nlease take notice that by
an act of the legislature, approved f
February 125th, it is made the duty ot
School District Boards to furnish
immediately to the County Clerk a
statement of the amount of Bonds
heretofore issu-d, and not already
paid, the date of ench Bond, the rate
of interest, and when aud where it
Yon will make this statement as
possible, and unless made in time
for the County Commissioners to levy
the tax required to pay the interest
on your bonds, no tax will be levied
for that purpose
The" law m'akesit the duty of the
C unty Commissioners to levy the
tax at the same time other taxes are
levied on the fir.-t MondayMn July.
By order of tho Board of County
. J. A. Tllley, Co. Clerk.
Red Cloud, April 7, 1875. 3t 6
Two two-horso corn planters for sale
cheap, to close out my stock of Agri
32-tf. M. B. Metfiiiv
E STRAY NOTICE.
Taken up by the undersigned, on
Sec. 20. Town. 1, range 12, on the
18th day Of April, 1575 ; One cow 1 1
years old, color a light red, brush of
tail white, under crop in ritcht ear.
35-5w August Pierstorpu.
Red Cload, April 20th, 1875.
WELLS f WELLS ! 1
All wanting wells bored will do welt
to call upon W. W. HARTEf,
Inavale, Webster Co., Neb.
B&.Good notes taken if desired.
f OS SALS.
One Champion Light Mower. Price
$115. Will take stock in part pay.
M. B. McNitt.
" SHERIFF S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that the on-:
dersigned Sheriif of the County of
Webster, State of Nebraska, will, by
virtue of an execution issued by the
Probate Court of said county, ia favor
of W. N. Richardson, and against
John Boesoh and Samuel Gieger, and
to him directed at two o'clock p. ro ,
on the 8th day of Jane, A. D. 1875,
at the Co art Hoase, in the town of
Red Cloud, in said coanty, offer for
sale at public auction the following
goods and chatties to-wit : One light
ay mare, nine years old, with OBe
white hind fort mln niw lumlim'su.
on, thimble skein, withoat bor.
Taken oa said execatioa aa the pro
perty of raid Joha Boeecb.
Dated this 27th day of May, 1875.
41-2 H. G. Bill, Sheriff.
, BeveaceaNk Co., have a large
amount of wiod sale in large or email
taaotities tf salt.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
toaoaals will be reeeived at the oftce.
of I. W.Talleys,iRedClowd. aUI
the 23thMiy uf May, 1B75. fbr faraish
ing taaeerds of wood fbr the. ace of
the seWal hoaae ta Dwt No. Worn!
ItobeaMwd, fear ftet raOength. ami
to be eMtvercei at in' ssefeoel Heaae
in RrtJ.Clead, ea er bfWe the let de
ef Ja, 187S.
j L W. TuLiWra.
awwemwaaaFm " Bm"aawal wefaVw aBaVJBT rnVJawJaTV vv
eemmeiw af the rrimsjj n maj '
sekoojh ef tha eaaaay. at-mw eeaee laf
Aamaat. November, rsataaii amt-
CITY DRUG STORE
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
Drar Sion I la Ttol Cloud.
Drurre pore. v
Slack i eompIrU. I pro il.
motto i qaiek lea aal ruall
XAXK Vht too want.
. A UK Your tunnn there.
SaME To-yoar neighbor.
yAMK TrtjfOu hare bta mere.
Tkcrc any thine ru want.
l ocr chill alitor.
My soothins tyrupthe thin.
SUKHEH Cotnpoandf prrKriptloas eorrect
Sit i- IW.ll Hon. the City Drue store.
SJJEKL'lt eoaje and ree lor ) turcli".
dire Him a Call JJtfore
YOUR GRAIN !
By getting one of the
IT HAS THE
iiGHT &T DUAFT
The best facilities for
And is acknowledged as being one
of tho moat durable nmchiueu ever
For Sale By
Who is agent for these Celebrated
Machines iu Webster county.
CALL and Examine MACHINES TT
.Ilcforo rircuaiinr. KLSliWJIKUXlJ
LEGAL NOT Ice.
In the District Court of the lot Ju
dical District in and for Webster Co.,
James La Due, plaintiff,'
Edwin E. Covey,
- t C. Covey, j
The' defendant in the above action
will take notice that the plaiutifT
above mentioned did on the 26th day
ot April, A. D. 1S75, file his petition
in the above named court, setting forth
that the said defendant Edwin E. Co
vey, is indebted to the said plaintiff
for the purchase money of lots four (4)
five (5), and six (C), in block five (5)
La Due's addition, to the village of
Red Cloud, amounting to the sum of
forty-five ($45) dollars, with interest
from the 22d day of April, A. D. 1874,
and that plaintiff claims a vendors lien
on lots 5 and 6 of suid premises.
Plaintiff asks judgment for the sum
of forty-five ($40 dollars,, with inter
est from the 22d day of April, A. D.
1 874, and that said lots five and six
be sold to satisfy said lien. Defend
ants are required to appear and ans
wer on or before the 7ih day of June,
A. D. 1S75.
Willcox & Gilliiam.
Att'js for plaintiff.
TEETH I TEETH!!
Shcrer has a good set of instruments
and will extract teeth on short nblidc,
and iu a manner that it will make it a
pleasure instead of something to be
dreaded. Give him a call.
To whom it may concern. All per
rons are herby notified that tho M. P.
R. R. Company have become tired of
this wholesale slaughter upon their
timber, in the Republican Valley.
And from this time forward we
propose to protect oar own interests,
and by so doing we think we' shall
protect the beet interests of the set
tlers, as wgare convinced that there is
no timber in .tbo Valley to spare.
Especially to be drawn out of the State
or cut into lefaber, or in any manner
wasted. And we hope all good oiti
tzena will consider these matters care
fully, and lend as their influence to
protect what' timber there maybe left.
J. D. LOTIKIDGK,
Land Com'r. M. P. Railway.
SCHOOL LAND SALE.
Notice m hereby given that on the
LlCCh'day of Jane, A. D. 1875, at the
hour ot 10 aT-m., at the Court Hoase,
ia Red Cload, Webster coanty, Neb.,.
I wiH offer for sale at public auchoo
ta the highest bidder anon the terms
fixed by the law, the following deserib;
ed school wade ia saidctunty ofWeb
ster, to-wit: - ,,.
Sec 16 aad 36' f north
nj 36 ff- "
nisei 36 - n
see 16 and 36 3; "
see TTand 36 4
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wj eei 16 1 ir
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j. C. WARIwTISR, Prop.
la always ready to atteud to aad male comfortable hi patryo.
This Hotel i entirely new, baring U-n filled up for the exprcj purpox
1 9f the traveling public
STAGr: LEWKS FOR THE RAILROAD ON MONDAV. WKDNK4
DAYAND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK ATT O'CLOCK A. M.
f Claim to tiaVe the BEST STABLE West of Linci!:
Always keeping on hand a good supply of
HAY AND 6 J A I N,
Also a good coovcyanca for the purrjpse'of conVcstn j; paMgcr from thk
place to any other at rcaonable rates. . j
Itcd Cloud. KrbrjMili;
0. L. BATTLES & SON;
SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE;
Agent for the
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WM. ANSON WOOD MOWER,'
Haver Excelsior Reaper Combined
With Dropper or Self Rnket .
THE N"EW MASfNY.'
THE I. X. L DRILL.
Buckeye Drill Superior Broadcast
Seeder, Fountain City Seeder.
PADOC SVLKY a AY RAKE. . SI'VH M 1RUOW
And all FARMING KACrfiNERY at Gratft Prices.
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Also Victor Broaking Plow
Charter Oak mad Blim MmVerC
JCLL TBE YARIKTIES OF BEATING AND PARLOR STOVES.
A good assortment of
NAILS, RAKES, BOTS. CORN PLANTERS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS
CARPENTERS' AND MASONS' TOO W. PAIJTTILS.
COOPER AND NKWTONeWAGONS, GLASS. TIN WARR .
GRAND DF7TOUR PWW8, : DA VfiNPORr PLOWS,
with Wood or Iroa Beam. with Wood aad Iroa Hcama,
And Everything needed b the Parmer er Mechaaic.
mB-Fine Table and Pocket Catlery.
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