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Image from page 108 of "Field, lawn and garden" (1874)

Identifier: fieldlawngarden00madi

Title: Field, lawn and garden

Year: 1874 (1870s)


Subjects: Gardening Agriculture

Publisher: Madison, Wis., W. B. Davis & co

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation


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Text Appearing Before Image:

We offer our superior brand of CAPITAL CITY CLIPPERS, as well as our IMPROVED SOD, BREAKING,COR. AND HOP, SUB-SOIL AND JOINTER PLOWS; also all kinds of Coulters, Clevises, Beams, Handles andother jcbttras, at wholesale and retail, AT THE LOWEST FIGURES FOR A FIRST CLASS ARTICLE. tigi^Kepairing done promptly and well. Charges reasonable. Please call on us, or write for Price List and Circular. FIRMIN & BILLINGS. Park Hotel, Madison, Wisconsin.


Text Appearing After Image:

THIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL is situated on the highest point of ground in the center of the City of Madi-son, directly opposite the State Capitol, and every window commands a magnificent view of the celebrated Lakes,Mendota, Monona, Waubesa and Kegonsa, which surround the City. The House has all the modern improvements—is furnished in a superior and most substantial manner, with Velvetand Brussels Carpets, Blackwalnut and Marble Top Furniture, Spring Beds and Hair Mattresses, throughout. Therooms and corridors are large and well ventilated. RJLTES FOM 1874.—Board per week, for two weeks and over, 514.00, 817,50 and $20.00, according to accommoda-tion. Special arrangements with families for the season. Special reductions from Summer Bates made for the monthsof September, October and November. 4S~B. Jefferson & Co.s Oninibusses and Baggage Wagons in attendance on arrival of all trains.Every effort will be made to secure the comfort and pleasure of guests. MARK H. IRISH, Proprieto


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