from the Galt Evening Reporter newspaper




Credit Sale

Of Horses, Waggons, Buggies, Sleighs, Cutters, etcetera.



The undersigned has been instructed by Mr. Jacob N. Cober to sell by public auction at his late waggon shop, lot 2, concession 3, Township of Puslinch, near Kribs’ Mills, 1½ miles from Hespeler,

On Friday October 26th,


At 12 o’clock noon sharp, the following property, viz.: 6 new lumber waggons, 1 old lumber wagon, 2 one horse waggons, 1 Democrat waggon, 1 new Portland cutter, 3 second-hand cutters, 1 double cutter, nearly new, 3 new bob sleighs, 1 wood-work of bob sleigh, 4 new long sleighs, 3 new poles for Democrat waggons, 1 Democrat gear with wheels and pole, ironed:

2 large box stoves, 1 small ditto, 1 heavy sewing machine, 3 new field rollers, 1 folding-seat buggy, 4 second-hand buggies, 1 new top buggy, 1 new waggon box with spring seat and shelvings, a lot of team whiffletrees, ironed.

1 horse rising 5 years old, 1 “Royal George” colt rising 4 years old, if not previously sold.

Terms: Sums of $10.00 and under, cash: over that amount, 12 months credit will be given on approved joint notes or 8 per cent off for cash.


James Taylor, Auctioneer.


Hespeler, October 11th 1883.