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CHARLES V. MAPES'

(B. M. WHITLOCK, SPECIAL PARTNER)



(FOR 1861)



HiemyLTiiaL MPLEilEiT




MAPES' AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,

126 & 12S NASSAU and 11 BEEKMAN STREETS,
NEW YORK.



Manufacturer and Dealer in every variety of improved Agricultural and
Horticultural Implements and Machines, etc.

J Garden, Field, and Flower Seeds,

||l IN BULK AND IN PAPERS.

|PE8' NITROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME.

V Libt'rHl Arrangements made with Dealers.

PERUVIAN GUANO, AND OTHER FERTILIZERS.



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CHARLES V. MAPES

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(FOR 1861)



F L O "V\^ S,



AND OTHER



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
AND MACHINES,

. FOR SALE AT

MAPES'
AGKICULTUKAL IMPLEMENT AND SEED WAKEHOUSE,

126 and 128 Nassau Street, and 11 Beekman St.,
NE^V YORK, N. V.



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in every variety of Agricultural and Horticul-
tural Implements and Machines, Garden, Field, and Flower
Seeds, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Vines, &c., &c.

MAPES' NITROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, PERUVIAN GUANO,

AND OTHER FERTILIZERS.



NEW YORK:

M'CREA & MILLER, STEREOTYPERS,

15 VANDEWATER STREET,
1861.

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COPIES OF THIS CATALOGUE WILL BE FURNISHED GRATIS,
AT MY OFFICE.



Entered accordiagto Act of Congress, in the year 1861.

By CHARLES V. MAPE3,

In the Clerk's OflBce of the District Court of the United States for the

Southern District of New York.



AGEICULTURAL ADYICE.
The proprietors have made an arrangement with Prof. James J. Mapes, Con-
sulting Agriculturist, to attend at their office each day, from 11 to 1 o'clock,
for the purpose of advising farmers, without charge, as to all questions con-
nected' with Agriculture, Horticulture, &c.

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ADVERTISEMENT.



In offering this Price List to his friends and customers, Hi proprietor begs
to tender his thanks for past patronage, the increase of which has been so
satisfactory as to command his earnest efforts to meet its requirements, and
in consequence, he has extended his facilities, both as manufacturer, and as
agent for manufacturing establishments, to a great extent. For several
manufacturing houses in the East, and elsewhere, he has the exclusive
agency ; among these is the large establishment of Mr. H. Waters, for the
manufacture of Scythes, at Northbridge, Massachusetts ; also, for Messrs.
Bacheller & Sons' Hay and Manure Forks ; Whitney's Patent Plowman ;
Lashes' Spring Beam Plow ; Salsbury's Brick and Tile Machine, etc., etc.

In the Manure department, they have the sole agency of Mapes' Super-
Phosphate of Lime, and are ready to supply all other Fertilizers of merit at
the lowest prices.

The Seed department is superintended by an experienced Seedsman, and
most of the Seeds sold in this establishment are raised on the farm of the
editor of the Working Farmer. Those kinds which cannot be perfected in
this country, are imported from the most responsible and reliable sources in
Europe.

The Nursery and Plant department is supplied from a Nursery and Gar-
den connected with this establishment, and under the surveillance of its pro-
prietor.

Messrs. L. H. Gibbs, J. W. Parkinson, and others, have been engaged for
the planning and improving of machinery connected with agriculture, and it
is hoped soon to be able to present a variety of new machines, connected
with the cultivation of cotton, tobacco, sugar, corn, and other crops.

Arrangements have been made with Messrs. Nourse, Mason & Co., and
other large manufacturers of agricultural implements, by which their goods
can be furnished at the same prices at which they are sold at their establish-
ments ; and in every department, the proprietor hopes to be able to meet the
requirements of his customers.

During the year he has received from the American Institute, and other
public institutions, twenty-one premiums for implements of superior quali-
ties, all of which may be seen at his establishment.

Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogues furnished gratis on application at
my office, or by mail upon receipt of stamps sufficient to pre-pay postage, 10
cents.



MOPES'



AGRICULTUEAL IMPLEMENT



-A. N" D



SEED WAREHOUSE,




126 and 128 ISTASSAU, and 11 BEEKMAN STS.,
ISTEAV YORK, ]>^. Y.



EVERY VARIETY OF



AGRICULTURAI- IMPLEMENTS & MACHINERY,

SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS,
GUANO,

MAPES' ISriTROGhENIZED"

SUPER-PHOSPIIATE OF EIME, ETC.



C. V. MAPES' KETAIL PRICE LIST.



NEW YORK, JAN'Y 1st. 1861.



EAGLE PLOWS.











Wheel


D. Rod


KINDS.


NOS.


Plain.


Cutter


and

Cutter


Wand

Cutter


Light Horse,


14,


3 25








Light Horse,


14i,


3 75








Medium Horse,


15,


4 50








Small Horse,


Al,


3 25








Medium Horse,


A 2,


4 50








One Horse,


IB,


5 50


6 50


7 50




Two Horse,


2B,


7 00


8 25


9 50




Davis Cotton,


6 in.


3 25








Davis Cotton,


7 iD.


3 50








Eice, Trenching




6 00








One Horse,


P. 19,


5 00








One Horse,


P. 19J,


6 00








Two Horse,


P. 20.


7 00


8 50


9 75




Two Horse,


P. 21,


8 00


9 50


10 75





BMPROVED EAGLE PLOWS.



One Horse,
One Horse,
Sod Plow,
Sod Plow,
Light Sod,
Light Sod,
Large Sod,
Large Sod,
Heavy, .
Light Sod,
Medium Sward,
Medium Sward,
Medium Coult.
Left Hand, .
Left Hand, .



A,
0,
1,
1, Coul

2! "

20,

20, "

28, "

36,

B,

C,

D,

46,

47,



4 50
6 00

8 00

9 50
8 50

10 00
10 00,
12 00
17 50

8 00
10 00

9 00

8 00

9 00



7 00 8 00
9 50 10 75
1100 12 25
10 00:1125
1150 12 75
12 00! 13 50
14 00 15 50
20 00 22 00



9 50
12 00
10 50



10 75
13 50
12 00



9 50 11 00
1100 12 50



Eagle, 20, with meadow fixtures complete.



11

12 75
1175

13 25

14 50
16 50
24 00
1125
14 50
13 00

1150
13 00
18 00



EAGLE SELF-SHARPENERS.



Light Horse,
Light Horse,
One Horse,
Medium Sod,
Large Sod,
Heavy Sod,
Med. left Hand,
8 or 4 Horse, "



0,


3 75






1,


5 00









6 00


7 00


8 00


3,


8 00


9 50


1100


4,


9 00


1100


12 50


5,


10 00


12 00


13 50


40,


10 00


12 00


13 50


41,


13 50


16 00


17 50



1150

13 00

14 00
14 00
18 50



DOUBLE-MOULD PLOWS.



Eidging,
Eidging, .
Eidging, .
Eidging, .
Sugar Cane,
Sugar Cane,
Sugar Cane,



H.


3 50


u.


5 00


2,


6 50


4,


8 00


3,


8 00


4,


12 00


5,


16 00



Fluke, wro't.



MAPES' LIFTING SUB-SOIL PLOWS.



DESCRIPTION.



Steel and Wrought

Iron, 6 to 10 in.

deep, cut 5 inch,

ODe horse,
Steel and Wrought

Iron, 10 to 14 in.

deep, cut 6 inch,

two horse.
Steel and Wrought

Iron, 12 to 16 in.

deep, cut 8 inch,

2 to 3 horses, -
Steel and Wrought

Iron, 14 to 18 in.

deep, cut 9 inch,

4 cattle.



D Rod

orSootch
Clevis.



00



11 00



12 50



12 50



14 00



16 00 17 50



Wheel
and

Cutter



CAST SUB-SOIL PLOWS.



EINDS.



One Horse, .
Two Horse, .
Heavy Horse,
D'ble Wing &



NOS.



Plain. D. Rod



5 50

7 00



6 00

7 50
12 00
15 00



Wheel D. Rod

and W.and

D Rod Cutter



7 25

9 00

13 50

16 50



SIDE-HILL PLOWS.



Light Horse,
One Horse,
Two Horse,
Sod,
Sod,
Large Sod,

Heavy Eoad,



0,
00,
B 1,

A 2'
A3,

A 4,



5 00
700

8 00

9 00
10 00
12 00

14 00



Wheel
Cutter and
Cutter



9 25
10 50
1150
13 50
D. Rod
15 00



10 50

12 00

13 00
15 00



1100

13 00

14 00
16 00



SIDE-HILL PLOWS. (SWIVEL)



DESCRIPTION



Sod, Furrows 6 in.,
deep, 11 to 12 in.
wide, 2 to 3 horses

Sod; Furrows 7 to 9
in. deep, 12 to 14
in. wide, 3 to 4
horses,

Stubble, Furrows 6
to 9 in. deep, 12
to 14 in. wide, 2
horses.

Stubble, Furrows 8
to 10 hi. deep, 12
to 14 in. wide, 3
to 4 horses,



NOS.



No. 83,



No. 84, 11 00



1». Rod
or?cotch Cutter
Clevis



10 50



No. 82,



9 00



No. 85, 11 00 12 5013 00



12 00



Wheel

and
Cutter



13 50



12 50 14 00



10 50



12 00



C. V. MAPES' RETAIL PRICE LIST.

PATENT
IMPROVED DEEP-TILLING PLOWS-CAST IRON.



DESCRIPTION.



STUBBLE OR OLD GROUND PLOWS.



Old Ground, Stublc, Furrows 4 to G inches deep, 8 to

10 in. wide, one horse,
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows G to 8 in. deep, 9 to 11

in. wide, small, two horse.
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows G to 8 in. deep, 9 to 11

in. wide. Steel Share, two horse.
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows, suitable for Western

and California soils, - - - -

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 6 to 9 in. deep, 9 to 12

in. w4de, medium, two horse.
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 8 to 10 in. deep, 11 to

13 in. wide, large, two to three horses,

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 9 to 11 in. deep, 12 to

14 in. wide, large, two to three horses,

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 8 to 12 in. deep, 12 to

15 in. wide, large, three to four horses.

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 8 to 12 in. deep, 14 to
18 in. wide, 3 to 4 horses, is adapted to burying
of broom corn, - -_ - '



NUMBERS.



CREEi^SWARD PLOWS.



Lap Furrow, Sod Lap Furrows 6 to 7 in. deep, 11 to

12 in. wide, long handles, two horse.

Lap Furrow, Sod Lap Furrows 6 to 8 in. deep, 11 to

13 in. wide, long handles, two horse.

Lap Furrow, Sod, Furrows 6 to 7 in. deep, 11 to 12 in.

wide, long handles, medium, two horse.
Lap Furrow, Sod, Furrows 7 in. deep, 12 m. wide, for

stiff clay sod, two to three horses.
Lap Furrow, Sod, Furrows 8 to 10 in. deep, 12 to 14

in. wide, long handles, three to four horses,
Flat Furrow, Sod, Furrows 7 to 8 in. deep, 11 to 12

in. wide, medium, two horse.
Flat Furrow, Sod, Furrows 6 to 7 in. deep, 12 to 13

in. Avide, medium, two horse,
Flat Furrow, Sod, Furrows 8 to 9 in. deep, 12 to 14

in. wide, large, three horse, - - -

Flat Furrow, Sod, Furrows 9 to 10 in. deep, 13 to 15

in. wide, 3 to 4 horse, . - -

Flat Furrow, Sod, Furrows 9 to 10 in. deep, 13 to 15

in. wide, 3 to 4 horses, . . -

Flat Furrows, Sod, Furrows 10 to 12 in. deep, 16 to 18

inches wide, extra heavy, four horses.
Flat Furrow, Sod, Furrows 10 to 12 in. deep, 16 to 18

inches wide, extra heavy, four horses.
Flat Furrow, Sod, Furrows 10 to 12 in. deep, 18 to 20

in. wide, Steel Share and Coulter, with Meadow
■ Fixtures complete, . - - -



DOUBLE PLOWS.



Sod and Subsoil, Double Forrows, 7 to 9 in. deep, 10

to 14 in. wide, three to four cattle, -
Sod and Subsoil, Double Furrows, 7 to 9 in. deep, 10

to 12 in. wide, three to four cattle, -
Sod and Subsoil, Double Furrows, 10 to 12 in. deep, 12

to 13 in wide, four cattle, . - -

Sod nnd Subsoil Swivel, Double Furrows, 10 to 12 in.

deep, 10 to 12 in. wide, four cattle, -



D. Kod

orScotch
Clevis.



No. 30,
No. 31,
No. 31^,
No. 31|,
No. 32,
No. 33,
No. 34.
No. 35,

No. 39,

No-1,
No. 2,
No. 72,
No. 72J,
No. 74,
No. 71|,
No. 73|,
No. 75,
No. 76,
No. 76. Coult,
No. 77.
No. 77. Coult.

No. 78,

No. 33,
No. 34,
No. 35,
No. 86.



Wheel &
Cutter.



S6 75 $8 00 $9 25

7 50 8 75 10 00

8 50 9 75 11 00
Steel Share, $8.50.

8 00 9 25 , 10 50



8 50

9 00

9 00

10 00

$9 00
9 50
9 50
9 50

11 00
9 50

10 00

11 00
14 00
16 00

10 00
18 00



10 00

10 50

11 00

11 50

$11 00
11 00
11 00
11 00



11 25

11 75

12 50

13 00



$12 50
12 60
12 50
12 50



13 00 j 14 50

11 00 I 12 50

11 '^0 13 00

13 00 14 50

16 50 18 50

18 50 20 50

18 50 : 20 50

20 50 ■ 22 50

25 OC



Wheel

12 00


15 00




15 00


15 00


16 00




17 00



C. V. MAPES' RETAIL PRICE LIST.



PATENT IMPROVED STEEL PLOWS,



DESCRIPTION.



STUBBLE OR OLD GROUND PLOWS.

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 4 to G in. deep, 7 to 9 in. wide'

right hand, light, one horse, - - - -

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 4 to 6 in. deep, 8 to 10 in. wide,

right hand, light, one horse, - - - -

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 4 to 6 in. deep, 9 to 10 in. wide,

right hand, one horse, . . . -

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 4 to 8 in. deep, 10 to 12 in. -wide,

right hand, light, two horse, - - - -

Old Ground, Stubble,, Furrows 5 to 8 in. deep, 12 to 14 in.

wide, right hand, two to three horses.
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 5 to 8 in. deep, 12 to 14 in.

wide, right hand, two to three horses.
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 6 to 9 in. deep, 12 to 14 in.

wide, narrow cut, right hand, two to three horses.
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 6 to 9 in. deep, 12 to 14 in.

wide, left hand, narrow cut, two to tliree horses,
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 6 to 10 in. deep, 16 to 18 in.

wide, right hand, wide cut, 4 horses, - - -

Old Ground, StuVtble, Furrows 6 to 10 in. deep, 16 to 18 in.

wide, left hand, wide cut, 4 horses, - - -

Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 5 to 10 in. deep, 10 to 12 in.

wide, right hand, medium, two horse.
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 5 to 10 in. deep, 12 to 14 in.

wide, right hand, medium, two horse.
Old Ground, Stubble, Furrows 5 to 10 in. deep, 10 to 12 in.

wide, left hand, medium, two horse, ' -
Sod, Furrows 6 to 10 in. deep, 10 to 18 in. wide, 4 horses



PRAIRIE PLOWS.



Prairie, Sod, Furrows 4 to 6 in. deep, 12 to 14 in. wide, right

hand, two to three horses, - - . .

Prairie, Sod, Furrows 4 to 6 in. deep, 14 to IG in. wide, left

hand, two to three horses, . . . .

Prairie, Sod, Furrows 4 to 6 in, deep, 14 to 16 in. wide, right

hand, two to three horses, - . . .

Lap Sod, Lap Furrows 7 in. deep, 10 in. wide, right hand, for

stiff clay soil, two to three horses,



DOUBLE PLOWS.



Sod and Subsoil, Double Furrows, 7 to 9 in. deep, 10 to 12 in.

wide, right hand, three to four horses.
Sod and Subsoil, Double Furrows, 8 to 10 in. deep, 12 to 14 in.

wide, right hand, four to six horses, - - .

Sod and Subsoil, Double Furrows, 7 to 10 in. deep, 11 to 12 in.

wide, left hand, three to four horses, - - -

Peacock Coulter or Circular Cutter, $2.50 each.



WESTERN PLOWS.



Old Ground, Stubble, 4 to 8 in. deep, 12 in. wide, two hofse,
Old Ground, Stubble, 4 to 8 in. deep, 14 in. -s^-ide, 2 to 3 horses.
Old Ground, Stubble, 4 to 8 in. deep, 12 in. wide, two horse,
Old Ground, Stubble, 4 to 8 in. deep, 14 in. wide, 2 to 3 liorses,
Old Groimd, Stubble, 5 to 10 in. deep, 15 in. wide, 2 to 3 horses.



XOO

XO

XI

XIJ

X4

XU

X6

X7

X6

X7

X8

X8

X9
X6i



UGSi
UG4
UG5
WB2

X4
X6
X7



P5
P6
G2
G3
G4



1). Kod

orScotch
Clevis



S5 75
6 00

8 00

9 50
13 00
13 00
13 00

13 00

14 00
14 00

11 50

12 00
11 50



15 00
15 00
15 00
15 00



11 00
13 00
11 00
13 00
13 00



S9 25
10 75
15 00
15 00
15 00

15 00

16 00
16 00
13 00
13 50
13 00



17 00
17 00
17 00
17 00



Wheel
18 50

20 00

18 50



Whael
ami

Cutter.



$10 50
12 00
16 50
16 50
16 50

16 50

17 50
17 50

14 50

15 00

14 50
22 50



18 50
18 50
18 50

18 50

19 50
21 00
19 50



C. V. MAPES KETAIL PRICE LIST.



THE UNIVERSAL PLOW.



This is a recent invention, for which measures have been taken to secure Letters
Patent. The implement embraces various forms and sizes of mould-board, each nicely
fitting one common standard and frame-work — thus adapting the plow to a wide variety
of soils and modes of culture. Each mould-board is constructed to perform its respect-
ive work in a thorough and finished style.

The advantages of having the various mould-boards, needed for the different soils and
modes of culture, combined in one general implement, rather than made up separately
in several plows, the saving of expense thereby and of storage, are too apparent to need
more than the bare mention.

The Universal Plow embraces the following kinds and sizes of mould-boards :

1. For plowing intervale and other smooth, grass-lands, five sizes of mould-board, ot
long or gentle spiral or twist, viz :

(Mark on Mould-board. )
"Intervale No. 120," flat furrows, 7 to 10 inches deep, 14 to 16 #ide.
"Intervale No. 121," flat fuiTOWS, 5 to 9 inches deep, 13 to 15 wide.
"Intervale No. 122," flat furrows, 4 to 8 inches deep, 12 to 14 wide.
"Intervale No. 123," flat furrows, 4 to 7 inches deep, 11 to 13 wide.
"Intervale No. 124," flat furrows, 3 to 6 inches deep, 10 to 12 wide.

2. For plowing upland, stony land, old pastures and other grass lands of uneven or
rough surface, four sizes of mould-board of short and powerful twist :

(Mark on Mould-board,)

"Upland No. 140," flat furrows, 5 to 9 inches deep, 13 to 15 wide.
"Upland No. 141," flat furrows, 4 to 8 inches deep, 12 to 14 wide.
"Upland No. 142," flat furrows, 4 to 7 inches deep, 11 to 13 wide.
"Upland No. 143," flat furrows, 3 to 6 inches deep, 10 to 12 wide.

3.. For plowing clay and other stiff soil sod, two sizes lapping the furrow-slices one
upon another at an inclination of 45 deg.

(Mark on Mould-board.)

" Lap Furrow No. 130," 6 to 7 inches deep, 9 to 11 wide.
" Lap Furrow No. 132," 6 to 8 inches deep, 11 to 12 wide.

4. For plowing stubble or old ground, two sizes of mould-board, throwing the soil
over abruptly and breaking it fine :

(Mark on Mould-board.)

"Stubble No. 150," 6 to 12 inches deep, 12 to 16 wide.
"Stubble No. 152," 4 to 9 inches deep, 10 to 14 wide.

5. Also, by using the skim or little forward plow on the same beam with the stub-
ble mould-board, two sizes of superior Double, or Sod or Subsoil plows :

Sod and Subsoil No. 150, 8 to 12 inches deep.
Sod and Subsoil No. 152, 7 to 10 inches deep.



C. V. MAPES' EETAIL PRICE LIST.

UNIVERSAL PLOW-CAST iron.



KINDS AND SIZES.



Intervale, No. 120, - -

Intervale, No. 121, - -

Intervale, No. 122, - -

Intervale, No. 123, - -

Intervale, No. 124, - -

Upland, No. 140, - -
Upland, No. 141,

Upland, No. 142, - -
Upland, No. 143,

Lap Furrow, No 130, -

Lap Furrow, No. 132, -

Stubble, No 150, - - •

Stubble, No 152, - - -
Sod and Subsoil, No. 150
Sod and Subsoil, No, 152



DESCRIPTION.



Sod, Furrows 7 to 10 in. deep, 14 to 16 in. wide, 4 cattle, - - - -
Sod, Furrows 5 to 9 in. deep, 13 to 15 in. wide, 3 to 4 cattle, - -
Sod, Furrows 4 to 8 in. deep, 12 to 14 in. wide, 2 to 3 cattle, - -
Sod, Furrows 4 to 7 in. deep, 11 to 13 in. wide, 2 horse medium.
Sod, Furrows 3 to 6 in. deep, 10 to 12 in. wide, 2 horse light, - -
Sod, Furrows 5 to 9 in. deep, 13 to 15 in. wide, 3 to 4 cattle, - -
Sod, Furrows 4 to 8 in, deep, 12 to 14 in. wide, 2 to 3 cattle, - -
Sod, Furrows 4 to 7 in. deep, 11 to 13 in. wide, 2 cattle, medium,
Sod, Furrows 3 to 6 in. deep, 10 to 12 in. wide, 2 cattle, light, - -
lap Sod, Furrows 5 to 7 in. deep, 9 to 11 in. wide, 2 horse, medium.
Lap Sod, Furrows 6 to 8 in. deep, 11 to 12 in. wide, 2 horse, large,
Old Ground, Furrows 6 to 12 in. deep, 12 to 16 in. wide, 2 horse, large
Old Ground, I'urrows 4 to 9 in. deep, 10 to 14 in. wide, 2 horse, med.

Double Cut, Furrows 8 to 12 in. deep, 4 cattle, • -

Double Cut, Furrows 6 to 10 in. deep, 2 to 4 cattle,



^S



13 00,14 50
12 50|14 00
12 00] 13 50
11 50 [13 00

11 25112 75

12 50 14 00
12 00 13 50
11 50



11 25

11 50

12 50
12 50
11 50
15 50
14 60



13 00

12 75

13 00

14 00



17 00
16 00



I ■'3 3



16 00
15 50
15 00
14 50

14 25

15 50
15 00
14 60
14 25

14 50

15 50



18 60
17 50



Mould Board, Intervale, No. 120,
Mould Board, Intervale, No. 121,
Mould Board, Intervale, No. 122,
Mould Board, Intervale', No. 123,
Mould Board, Intervale, No. 124,
Mould Board, Lap Furrow, No. 130,
Mould Board, Lap Furrow, No. 132,



$3 50


3 00


2 50


2 00


1 75


■2 00


3 00



Mould
Mould
Mould
Mould
Mould
Mould



Board,
Board,
Board,
Board,
Board,
Board,



Upland, No. 140,
Upland, No. 141,
Upland, No. 142,
Upland, No. 143,
Stubble, No. 150,
Stubble, No. 152,



$3 00
2 50

2 00

1 75

3 00

2 00



Skim or Forward Plow for Sod and Subsoil, $3 00
Shoe or Sole to Landside, "short," - 67

Shoe or Sole to Landside, "medium," 75

Shoe or Sole to Landside, "lonf^," - 87

Share, Universal, - - - - 58



Share, Universal, wide, - - $ 67
Share, ' ' Lap Furrow, " - - 50

Share, Bog Meadow, Steel, wide cut, I 50
Standard, alone, - - - 2 50



UNIVERSAL PLOW-STEEL.



Kinds and Sizes.



U. P 20

U. P. 21

U. P. 22

U. P. 50

U. P. 51

U. P. 62

U. P 53

U. P 50 double,

U. P. 51 double,



DESCRIPTION.



Prairie Sod, furrows 15 to 16 in. wide, 3 horses, - - - S15 60 $18 50
Prairie Sod, furrows 14 to 15 in. wide, 2 to 3 horses, - - 15 00 18 00
Prairie Sod, furrows 12 to 13 in. wide, 2 horses, - - - 14 60 17 60
Old Ground, furrows 16 to 18 in. wide, 2 to 3 horse, - - - 16 00
Old Ground, furrows 14 to 16 in. wide, 2 horse, large, - - 15 00
Old Ground, furrows 12 to 14 in. wide, 2 horse, medium, - - 14 00
Old Ground, furrows 10 to 12 in. wide, 2 horse, light, - - 13 00
Sod and Subsoil, furrows 6 to 12 in. deep, 4 to 6 oxen, with wheel and clevis.
Sod and Subsoil, furrows 5 to 8 in. deep, 2 to 4 horses, with wheel and clevis,



With
Clevis.



Wheel
&Com.
Cutter



Wheel
& Cir.
Cutter



S19 50
19 00
18 60



Wheel &
Peacock
Coulter.



$19 50
19 00
18 50



21 60
20 50



Mould
Mould
Mould
Mould
Mould
Mould
Mould



Board No. U.
Board No. U.
Board No. U.
Board No. U.
Board No. U.
Board No. U.
Board No. U.



P. 20
P. 21,
P. 22,



50,
51,
52,

53,



$4 25


3 75


3 50


4 25


3 75


3 00


2 50



Skim Plow with Peacock Coulter, for Sod and Subsoil, $5 50
Share for breaking Prairie, U. P. 20 & 21, 14 to 15 in. cut, 1 75
Share for breaking Prairie, U. P. 22, 12 in. cut, 1 60

Share for Old Ground, U. P. 50, 18 in. cut, - - 2 25
Share for Old Ground, U. P. 51, 16 in. cut, - - 1 75
Share for Old Ground, U. P. 52, 14 in. cut, - - 1 60
Share for Old Groimd, U. P. 53, 12 in. cut, - - 1 00
Share for Skim Plow, 12 in. cut, - - - - 1 00
Landside, 100



C. V. MAPES RETAIL PRICE LIST.



PROTJTT & MEARS'



CELEBRATED CENTRE-DRAFT PLOWS.



These Plows are of easy draft, turn the sward most perfectly, and in a clear, free soil
preserve the furrow without a holder; and if the ground is in good condition for plow-
ing, nearly prepare it for seeding: by their peculiar shape and turn of mould-board,
will pulverize and disintegrate the particles of the furrow slice, and consequently aid
fermentation and decomposition, and the elaboration of food for plants, from the organic
matter of the soil ; all at much less expense, than the same point is obtained by the
harrow; and in perfection, perhaps nearly equal to "spade husbandry," which has been
termed "the perfection of good culture."



Prouty & Mears' Patent Centre-Draft Plows.



Cotton,

Small Horse,

Medium Horse,

Large Horse,

Stubble, Horse,

Stubble, Two Horse,

Stubble, Two or Three do.

Sod, Two Horse, ,

Sod, Two Cattle,

Sod, Three Cattle,

Sod, Four or Five Cattle, . . .



NUMBERS.



0,

19,

20,

21,

12,

1, Conn. R.Val.

2, "

22,

23

Eagle C,

26



$3 50
4 00

4 50

5 50

6 50

7 50

8 00

7 50

8 00
8 50

10 00



$6 50

7 75
9 00
9 50

8 75

9 50

10 00

11 50



Wheel

and
Cutter.



$7 50
9 00

10 50

11 00
10 00

10 75

11 50
13 00



New Series of Improved. Deep-Tiller Plows.



Sod, Two Cattle,...
Sod, Three Cattle,.
Sod, Four Cattle,..



25,..
154, .
155,.



PraflRod,
AVhcol and

Cuiter.



$1C 00

11 50

12 00
11 00

11 75

12 50
14 00



$8 00

9 50

11 00


S9 50

11 00

12 50


$11 00
12 50
14 00



$12 00
13 50
15 00



Lock Coulter Plows for Rough Lands.



Two tr Three Cattle, .

Three Cuttle,

Three or Pour Cattle, .
Heavy Eo.id,






SIO 00


$11 50




11 00


12 50




13 00


14 50




16 50


18 50



$12 50
13 50
16 00
20 00



C. V. MAPES KETAIL PRICE LIST.



i7



Improved Self-Sharpening Plows.



KmDS.


NUMBERS.


Plain.


Cutter,


Wheel
and
Cutter.


Uratt Hod

Wheel and

Cutter.


Light Horse,

Medium Horse

Two Horse

Two Cattle

Two Cattle


1

^

30

40

A 40, Steel Point

5 J

Qk


$5 00

6 50

7 50

8 00

9 50

8 50
10 00

9 00
10 00


$6 00

7 50

8 75

9 25
11 00

10 00

11 50

10 50

11 50


$7 00

8 50

10 00

10 50

12 50

11 50

13 00

12 00

13 00


$9 50
11 00
11 50
13 50


Three Cattle

Four Cattle


12 50
14 00


Three Cattle, Left Hand

Four " "


54

55


13 00

14 00



Meadow Plows,


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