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Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
These Invaluable rills ate tin failing in the care of U
thoe painlul and dangerous diseases to which the
female constitution is subject. They moderate all ex
ceases and remove a obU"ln;Uooa, trora whatever oauae.
TO 31AUR1KD LADIES
Tbey are particularly suited. They will in abort time,
bring on the moBihly period with regularity, and
although ver powerful, contain nothing hurUul to tne
Conetttutioo. in all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affec-
liooa. Fains in the Hack and ljmbs, 1-atigue on slight
exertion. 1'alpilation ot the Heart, llysterics and
W hitas. tbey will t-flect a cure when all other means
riave tailed. The pamphlet anraud each package has
tart directions and advice, or will be sent free to ail
writing lor it sealed from observation.
r Jth Moxrs' Sir Jme Clark Female Pitta me extern
. sivht licrVTrftFBlTFIV The pemvii,t have the unm oj
"JOH -VO.Wi.Vf 4 i fW, TMtrkiHf. All orhtrtarewiirfhlt.
N. li.- In til) cases where the i.KM'lM-: cannot be
cirffiiM., One l..ar. with titten cents for postage,
enclosed to til sole Proprietor, JOB SIOSKN, 18 Cort
lamlt (Street. New York, will insure a bottle of the
., contaminp Fifty Pills, by return mail, mrrurely
mrxiUd iron) any knowledge ot its contents.
TU rice Armed!
Thrice is be armed who keeps within reach of his
hand a specific that tt one and the same time will
strengthen. Tepul-tfe and purify bm si stem when
enfeebled, disordered and corrupted.
Sm-h is the throe (.1! operation of Hostot tor's Stein
mc'o Bitttr-i, and hence the preat superiority of tuat
rtan!.-id vcebhle rstoiitive over all meoicices that
. art ui-rt 1 ton and poth'n,; elbe. The effect cf the
rim.ry itmreent tinctures and extracts upon the
Itowel is disaMruu. and upon ti depraved htood or
bile i hey produce no uet t; acini effect whatever. In
dip iui at d liver oomplaint all theUuidnand humors
ot tbe tu.riy are iiKre or lefts iufectrd. and the bowels
are oitea batlljr constipated. An unmoditied astringent
- ouiuiue for instance ioes inhmU-ly more harm than
good in such case's. In Ho1etter's liittcrs. en theo'ber
band, the Mimulatmp and tonic elemeuts are qiutlitied
nh apt-ntnts aind nut ij ptic ingredients. Tbe tinest
Lu-aUve- aud blot-d depurerts in the vegetable king
J iu are intermixed ith those ot a purely invigorating
nature, and nnder tbe operation t this admirable
combination, the three important processes ot invigora
tiou, reffu DUon and punttcation goon together. I he
rajidiiy with which the disordered organiration
ret-.-rns to its natural col d it ion, under a rurtreof tbe
Hitters is due to this cause, k- very disturt-ed function
of the I od is favorably effected by the various proper
ties ot thi conipn hensire and well balanced prepara
tion. Asa. enera1 mle the lowelsare more subject to
irregnb.iiiies, ud tbe fluids more liable to become
vitiated in spring aud t-ummer than in winter, and
hence tbe Hit ers are especially valuable as a sprit g
and tummer aliemive, cor: active and invigoram. At
alt Feasors whete the reeds ef intermittent fevers
infect the air, this healthful vegetable elixir should be
taken as a protective medicine.
Time Tests the Merits of ail Things
FOR THIRTY YEARS !
Perry Davis5 Pain Siller
Han been tested in every variety of climate, and by
almofct every nation knoan to Americans. It is the
almost cons: ant companion and inestimable friend of
the missionary and tha traveler, on ssa and land, and
no one should travel on our LAK.F.S OK KIVKRS
Pain Killer was tho First and is the
Only Permanent Pain Reliever.
Since the PAIN KILLER was first introduced, and
met with such unsurpassed sale, many USiMKSiis
1. ki.ii-, Pasaokas, and other Remedies have been
o:'ered to the public, but none of them has attained the
ti ll y tKYIABLK STAMJIXU of the PAIN K1LLF.K.
IS THIS so ?
It is became P AVIS' PAIN KILLER is what it
chums to be, a Reliever cf Pain.
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
If you are suffering from INTERNAL PAIN, ttcrntm
tnthirt'i drop in a luttewtter will almost instantly care
you. There is nothing equal to it. In a few moments
it cures ikthc. Cramps. Spasms. Heart burn, liiarrhea.
Dysentery, Mux, V md in the Bowels, Sour Stomach,
Dyspepsia, trick Headache.
In sections of the country where FEVER AND
AGUK prevails there is no remedy held iii greater
esteem. Persons travelirg should keep it by tBem. A
few drop of water will prevent sickuof-s or bowel
troubles from change ef water.
Jn foreign countries tbe cilia for PAIN KIIXER axe
frreat. U is found to
Care Cholera when all ether
WHEN USED EXTERNALLY ASA LINIM ENT,
nothina; snves quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruises,
Sprains. Stiiurs of Insects, Scalds. It removes the tire,
and the wrinnd heals like ordinary sores. Those suffer
ing with KHKUM ATISM, U4UT, or NFIJKAlAilA,
it not a positive rare, they find tbe PA I N K U.Li- R
fives them relief when no other remedy ill. It
Gives Instant Belief from Aching Teeth
From 1S70 to this day. 1370, (thirty year,) PERRY
DA VIS' PAI N KILLER has had no Rival !
F.ci if H'iif krjrr lAimtd keep it at hum ft, to apply it on
the first attack of any Pain, it will frive great satisfac
tory relief, and savo hours of suffering.
Do not (rule win yourselves by testing untried
remedies. He sure yon call for, and get tbe genuine
PAIN KILLER, as many worthless nostrums are
attempted to be sold on the great reputation of this
valuable medicines. f Directions accompa ny each
Price 23 cts., Socts., and $1 per Bottle.
J. N. HARRIS A t o., Cincinnati. Ohio, Proprietors
for the Southern and Western States.
I r For Sale by il Medicine Dealers.
Sold at Milwaukee by n. Bosworth k. SONS,
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OF THE AGK.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVE?7T.
Reader, yon may consider tbi a sort of spread eagle
heading, but I moan every word of it. I have been
there. When your system is racked with
pain, and you cannot even tarn yourself in bed, or sitting
in a chair, yon must sit and suffer, in the morning wish
wien you have
when every nerve In your being is like the sting of a
waiip, circulating the most venomous and hot poison
around your heart, and driving yon to the very verge o
madness : Wnen yon have the
that I have just got through with.) that most awful
most heartwithering, most strength destroying, mos
-pirit-breaking and mind-weakening of all diseafeea that
-.j. n aitlict our poor human nature. When yon have the
lying and writhing in agony and pain, unable to turn
yourself in bed. and every movement will go to youi
heart like a knife; now tell me, if relief and cure of any
of these diseases in a few days is not the Oreatesl
Medical Blessing of the Ae, tell us what is !
DIRECTIONS TO USRL-Yon will take a tablespoon
ful and three spoonfuls of water three times a day, aud
in a few days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgic
pain will be dissolved and pass otf by the kidneys.
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Meyers Bros. St. Louis; Moore k Tartlet. Zunkennan A
Haas, Dubuque. -
At retail by ail drneeists. Price SL50
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ARFOULAR GRADUATE OF MEDICINE,
as diplomaat otlice wiil sbow, has been longer
, . . . . v- I :Avn.l .nH
engagea in uie irewniHiioi cjiwci
Private Diseases than any other physician in bu
tWijhilis. Gonorrhea, Gleet. Stricture, Orchitis,
Hernia and Rupture; all Lrinary Diseases and
Svphilitic or Mercurial Alflictiuns of the 'I'hroat,
Spermatorrhea, SeiusU liebility and linpotency,
as the result of seH atmsein youth, seiualexcesws
i n maturery eiirsor ot her causesnd hich produce
some ot the following effects, as nocturnal , emis
sion a, blotcho. del Hhty.rtirr.iuess.dimm'ssof siRht,
eonfuKinn of jdeas, evil lor;lodiUBS, aversion to
society ol lemales-loesot meuMiryandsexuid power,
and rendering uuilft&ge improper, axe perma
nently cured. ... , ,
The Dfictor'soprmrtonibesin hospital and private
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andaiip-iutiiii'.ilsare unrivalled in the West,un
surpnssed anywhere. Agi, withevpcnence.can be
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I npat success and
present position he stands without A competitor.
The Wrinnes of a Physician whose repu
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disastrous and varied consequences of self-abuse,
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for two stamps. M any physicians i n t rod uce patients
to tbe Doctor afterreadmphisMedical Pacphlet.
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that will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic
seam than ours. It makes the "Elastic Lock Stitch "
livery second stite can be cut and still the cloth can
not be pulled apart wi tbo 1 1 tearing it. We pay agen te
from $75 to 2ikj per month and eipenses, or a commis
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ourselves responsible for worthless Machines eoM by
other parties, and shall prosecute all parties either
selling or using Machines under this name to the full
extent of the law, unless such Machines were obtaiced
from us or oar Agents. Do not be imposed upon bv
parties who copy our advertisements and circulars and
offer worthless Maebines at less price.
Y(IO(J MEN suffering from Nervous Debility,
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STO WELL k CO.. Charlestown. Mass.
A SAD STORY.
Death the Eldest Son of Henry Clay
—Thirty-eight Years of Insanity,
and Final Death in an
—A Madman Through Love.
From the Cincinnati Enquirer, May 17.
Yt-stertii v Rinrumg our 6i)ecial telegrams
annonnced the end of a weary life, in sta
ting that The ;dore, eldest son of Henry
Clay, Lad died in the Lexington Lvfnatic
Asjlmn, after a lo r confinement. The
record of his blasted .ife is briefly thns:
At 30 years of age, Theodore Clay was a
promising lawver. lie was the image and
the hope of the statesman whose fame was
on every tongue. It is true that there were
whispers of wild living, and of indifferent
morals, that somewhat tinged the fair re
pute and even darkened the future pros
pects of this scion of a noble house. Still
it was hoped that these were but the result
of youth, and would be cast aside when
cirenmstances called upon the matured man
to assert himstlf and make his talent felt
in', the comiunuilv.
It was at this turning point in his life
that lbeoiiore Clay began to pursue, with
an unwearied pereverauce that caused his
friends great uneasiness, a young lady of
Lexington, whom he bad long Joved hope
lehsly. The object of his attachment, who
is at present one of tbe brightest orna
ments of Kentucky society, repulsed, firm
ly but kindly, every f ttention onered by
the infatuated yc-ung man, after his mean
ing had become manifest It was of no
use, he would not be refused, and followed
his fair fate iu the streets by day and
wandered in the neighborhood of her homo
by night, iu an annoying manner, until at
list it became evident that he "was not all
there," to use the soft phiase by which a
kindly peasantry express insanity. Subse
quent violent demonstrations tended
lo confirm the impression, it being even
related that he went to the house of Sir.
and demanded his daughter at the
pistol's point; until at last the
wretched truth could no longer tie ignored,
and confinement in the asylum became a
stem necessity. This was accordingly
done (in 1822, "we believe), his father pro
viding for his support at the time, and
leaving $10,000 in his will, the incomo of
which was secured to Theodore for life.
That life, after thirty -eight years of impris
orment in what, iu the earlier days of his
confinement, he was wont to call "a good
boarding house, but having some of the
biggest fools he ever saw for boarders," has
just closed. For nearly thirty years he was
one of the most noted of the inmates, not
only bis proud descent, but his graceful
manners and flow of conversation ren
dering him an object of interest to all
visitors. He labored under the hallucina
tion that he was George Washington, and
was fond of assuming the traditional atti
tudes of the Father of his Country. At the
occasional balls given to the inmates (aver
aging some 500 in number) he was always
exquisitely dressed, in the style of his day.
and was the bean par excellence. During 11
these long years, despite his general gentle
ness and cheerfulness of manner, he was
restless and discontented, and required
close watching, it never, in fact, having
been considered prudent to allow him to
go out into the grounds without attend
ants. About the year 1800 his condition be
gan to . grow worse, and he soon after be
came demented, continuing in hopeless
idiocy until a few days since, when Death,
greater healer than Time, placed him again
upon an equality with the peers of his
early manhood, who had gone before him
to tbe God that created him and did with
according to His inscrutable will. And so
ends as sad a story as the truth of history
ever commanded to be written.
Two sons of Henry Clay yet survive him,
T. IL Clay, ex-Miuister to Honduras, now
residing on his place, "Mansfield," near
Lexington, and John IL Clay, the raiser of
"Kentucky," and one of the greatest turf
men living. .
A Suggestion for Schools.
They have a delightful custom in the
Swiss schools for boys, which might be
adopted with great advantage to all con
cerned in this conntry. During the weeks
of the summer vacation, it is the habit of
the teachers to make, with their pupils,
what are called voyages en zigzag; i. e. ped
estrian tours among the sublime nionntains
and charming valleys of that 'Iind of beau
ty and grandeur." Squads cf little fellows
in their blousea. with their tough boots
drawn on, and knapsacks on their back,
may be met, during the season, ou all the
highways, and sometimes in the remotest
passes of th Alps, as chirrupy as the birds
on the boughs, and as light and bounding
as the chamois who leap Iron: crag to crag.
They are perfect pictures of health and
happiness, and the treasures of fine sights
that they lay up in their memories, during
these perambulations, it would be difficult
to describe. We know of more than one
urchin that has thus scaled the summits
of the Faulhorn, looked down from the
precipices of the Bevent, walked over the
frozen oceans of the glaciers, and gazed in
rapture upon the sunsets on the Jungfrau
or Mont Blanc Their tramps are made
without danger and without much expense,
and the life is one of incessant enjoyment
and rapture. Bat why could not the same
thing be done here, where we have the
Catskills, Adirondacks, and the White
Mountains, the exquisite lakes of the north,
the river St. Lawrence with its rapids, Nia
gara, and the lovely scenery of Western
Virginia, which, we are told, is scarcely
surpassed on the continent? Over the
long intervening stretches the railroad will
bridge the distance; while the country inns
are not expensive, and the country fare
wholesome and nutritious. Putnam's ILiq
The following Wei-tern Patents were issued
from the United Slates Patent Office for the
weekending May 17, 1S70, as reported by
Farwell, Ellsworth & Co., Patent Solicitors
and Atto, neya in Patent Canses,133 Dearborn
Window screens A. C. Brown, Chicago.
Construction of tunnels and dams Lewis Dodge,
Spring bed bottom Duffy & Frailey, Chicago,
Padlock K P. Hull, Chicago.
S:w teeth Q. L. Hiles, Chicago.
Smut machine Fred. Ihlenfeldt, Le Boy
Chair, bedstead and c ib Win. McGregor, Chi
cago. Sleeping car berth W. B. Snow, Chicago.
Machine for raking and cocking bay Z.C. Steele,
Car-coupb"ng J. Van Stecnburg, Chicago.
Preparation of fibrous material Woodruff &
Door for railway box cars Chaa. Darker, Enox
Latch for gate-r Henry Clynio, Galena,
Plow colter Geo. Ctirkendale, Dixon.
Ilee-hive T. A. Frakes, Middlctown.
Combined rake and reel for hart ester P. F.
Combined rake and reel for harvester P. F.
Knifo polisher C. H. Lithgrow, Chicago.
Mill spring driver J. M. Logan, Springfield.
Steam engine A. E. Long, Decatur.
Feed water heater aud filter D. F, Shaw, ChaU
worth. Embossing attachment for printing presses H.
Machine for making wrought iron nails D.Arm
strong, Cb icago.
Harvester C. IL McOorniick & Bro., Chicago.
Harvester rakes C. II. Mccormick & I'.ro., Chi
cago. ombined rake and reel for harvester- C. H. Mc
cormick k Bro.. Chicago.
Dovetail H. Hubbard, Chicago.
Digging and tamping pick Chaa. Carroll, Nortq
Vegetable Cutter Nicholas Kipper, Seymour.
Horse Hay Rake J. A. McGee, Sharpsville.
Composition Metal or Alloy m, Schrfer, Lo
gan'; p rt.
Whiffletree J. J. Adoir, Portland.
Milk Pail with Strainer Attached L. M. Dodd
ridge, New Mt. Pleasant
Metal Injector J. W. Hollingswortu, Mt Vernon.
Artificial Teeth J. W. Holliugsworth.Mt Vernon.
Horse Hay Fork J. W. Hnll, Connersville.
Hoad Block for Saw Hills Shearon, Garr & Scott
Fence P. W. Wright, Winamac.
Grain Drills Joseph Ingels, Milton.
W. Aneslcy, Marengo Town-
Bobbin Milton Bliss, Ionia.
Steam Trap 1. U. Coleman, Detroit.
Plow Horatio Gale, Albion.
Transplanting Implement Roberts & Graham,
Harness Boel-'e alma Bedford, Coldwalsr.
Pola'o Digger Moses Johnson. Three Rivera.
I ed Bottom J. N, Newell, Adrian.
Clothes Dryer J. N. Valley, Detroit.
Head Block for Saw Mills Dnvall k Winterbct
Door Check and Holder 8. L. Hart, Menaaba.
Beater lor Threshing Machine John Crowley,
Spring Bed Bottom C. I. Skow, Racine.
Improvement in Furnace lor Smelting Iron T.
II. Powers, Milwaukee.
Truss Henry Howe, Council Bluffs.
Box for T ransporting Eggs G. A. Wells, Osko-
Stamp Extractor Gernes Grnenhagi n, Winona
Artificial Fuel O. D. Williams, St, Faul .
Pnmacefor Boasting, Oxidizing and CbJeridizing
Ores Jno. P. Arey. Georgetown,
Bavaria has refused to abolish the death
penalty for murder.
THE GREEK TRAGEDY.
Circumstantial Account of After
Scenes—The Discovery of the Mutilated
A letter from Athens in the Augsburg
Gazette gives a somewhat circumstantial
account of the trage 'y. The writer, after
giving reasons which, in his opinion, justi
fies that course, says that the Greek gov
ernment gave orders that the band should
le surrounded, not with a view of taking
offensive measures against it, but to com
pel it to accept the ransom and the exile,
beyond which concessions M. Zaimis and
his colleagues, in their intense regard for
the Constitution, could not go, and pro
ceeds to describe the consequence ol that
decision. We give the substance cf his
story: 'When the brigands found that the
troops were approaching them on all sides
they determined, on Thursday, tho 21st of
ApnL at 4 in the afternoon, to escape
across the Asopus to the sea coast, in the
intention of crossing over into Eu-
btea. They dragged their pris
oners, wet through and exhausted by fa
tigue and sickness, to tho stream swollen
by the recent heavy rains, and endeavored
tocomptl them to swim across. Count
Boyl, who was suffering from lung disease,
refused. He was laid hold of, and would
have been carried across, but the robbers
perceived the gunboat Aphroessa off the
coast, and a number of soldiers suddenly
appeared on the other side of tho stream.
They immediately cut him down with their
yataghans and fled, taking with them the
rest of the prisonr rs. The troops plunged
into the stream in a terrible rage, many of
them were carried away by it, but the rest
climbing the shore, hotly pursued the brig
ands. They had not got far before they
ci'.ine npon the bloody and still quivering
corpses of Mr. Vyner and Mr.
Herbert, killed bv the knives of
the brigands. The shots fired
drew other detachments of soldiers to the
chase, and before nightfall nine of the
brigands were killed. One, severely
wounded, was taken prisoner, and the in
terpreter had escaped. Mr. Lloyd, how
ever, still aiiva, was in the hands of the
brigands, who, nine in number, with three
wounded, had taken refuge in the thicket.
A later telegram from Thebes, tho corre
spondent 6ays, announces that the mutila
ted corpse ot Mr. Lloyd had been found in
the thicket The correspondent proceeds
to describe the effect of this news in Ath
ens. He pictures the groups in tho streets
on Good Friday morning the Greeks, it
must be remembered, still use tho old
style and the general feeling of dismay
and disgust. And, moreover, although
evidently a warm friend of the Govern
ment, and repudiating with indignation
the charge brought iu the most distinct
manner by the Opposition organs against
Sonlzos, the Minister of War, of complicity
with the brigands, he records as a fact
that the Government were aware
of the irruption of this particu
lar band into Attica when
they allowed and encouraged Lord Mun-
castcr and his mends to make their trip.
Writing upon the 23d, the correspondent,
after describing the arrival of the bodies at
the railway station and the religious cere,
mony, proceeds to give these details: "Mr.
Herbert and Mr. Lloyd had several mortal
dacerer stabs, but the life of both was prob
ably taken m t!;o same way, lor both had
gun-shot wounds nnder the right and left
ear. The severely wounded prisoner baa
been subjected in Thebes to pn examina
tion, in which he made remarkable revela
tions. On Sunday, the 14th of April, the
band was in the neighborhood of Athens,
and a personage unknown to the bandits
informed them of the projected trip of the
foreigners. On the day of Lord Muncas
ter's liberation, there appeared iu the course
of the night in the brigand camp two
masked personages received with much
reverence by the leaders, who urged the
brigands to insist npon an amnesty. The
correspondent of the Augsburg Gazette
subsequently states his impression that
only the establishment cf martial law can
put down brigandage."
A Thrilling Indian Adventure.
[From the Prescott (Arizona) Miner.]
When thu Richardson party divided near
Mount iloyd, eighty or ninety miles north
wesifroni Trescott, twenty-one of the party
turned their faces th.s way, and the
remainder started for Cataract creek,
to look at a patch of countiy which
thev had, on a former trip, seen
from a distance, and in which they 6up
posed gold existed. The first party had
traveled about six miles towards Frescott
when three of their number, Edward Pearl,
McDonald and Ferdinand Wonder,
seceded, and with a burro, on which they
packed their blankets and provisions, start
ed for the Little Colorado. Two of this
latter party got back here Saturday last,
and related a fearful tale of Indian dupli
city, treachery and murder. We give it a
related to us:
Shortly alter leaving their companions,
the little party of three struck an Indian
trail and followed it northward. They soon
r ached a creek which they supposed to be
Diamioud creek. Here they met a party of
WaHwaais Indians, who acted very friendly,
and showed "peace papers" from some
army officer. This satisfied tho whites,
who then turned east They traveled two
days, and the night of the second reached
a country that looked exceedingly well for
gold, the beds of the streams being filled
with granite and quartz bowlders and
graveL Timber and game abounded. The
party unpacked tho burro, cooked ana ate
supper, aud retired to dream of what they
might find next day. Daring the latter
part of that night their ever -faithful burro
awoke the party by certain antics which all
burros cut up upon, seeing something un
usualmore especially in the dead hours
But, alas, for the men, they paid no at
tention to the snorting of the donkey, and
fell back again into sound sleep, from
which they were aroused about daylight by
a party of four savages, who had crawled
to their beds and opened a murderous fire
npon them with bows and arrows. Upon
peeing how matters stood, the whites grasp
ed their weapons, turned loose upon the
savages, and drove them away. The result
of the fight was as follows: Ferdinand
Wonder was mortally wounded, and Mc
Donald and Pearl were wounded in soveral
places, not seriously enough, however, to
prevent them from traveling. 1 hey loot
ed around for the burro, and not seeing
him, concluded that the Indians had gob
bled lnm. They then packed their blank
ets on their backs, took hold of Wonder,
and assisted his tottering footsteps. Thev
had proceeded scarce a hundred yards,
when Wonder, irom whose wounds the
blood spurted, informed his comrades that
it was impossible for mm to travel with
them any further, even with their assist
ance, and begged them to shoot him.
This they would not do, so he immedi
ately shot himself in the head with his six
shooter. McDonald and Pearl remained
by nis side until satisfied that he was dead,
when they took up his arms and proceed
ed ou their way. They traveled two days
and nights without water, preferring to buf
fer for want' of it rather than risk their
lives by hunting for it in the canons and
brushy places, where, had they entered,
the savages, who dogged their steps all the
while, would most assuredly have surround
ed and murdered them. From Anvil Rock
they followed the road to Camp Tollgate
where, after relating the desperate trials
and snflt-riugs they had gone through,
everything possible was done for them.
The men think they killed and wounded
some Indians. They think there were some
20 or 30 Indians on hand the morning of
the ficht They feel pretty certain that
the attack was made and the murder com
mitted by Wallapais, w.th, perhaps, a few
Ferdinand Wonder, the man who lost his
life on this trip, was from Iowa, where, we
are told, Lis relatives reside.
Horrible Pitklshment. A lew years ago
a gentleman while visiting the Shite Prison
iu Trenton, N. J., was shown a yonr.g and
healthy woman with her hands tied up
over her head in a standing position. She
was left in that way for forty-eight hours,
without food or any attentiou whatever;
left that way regardless of decency or pity,
aud only lor the crime of hallooing at a
male prisoner passing by her cell. She
was a wretched wanton, full of life and
vigor and scorn of her tormentois; but she
was tamed by this horrible punishment
The gentleman told me the woman's keeper
said, "If she don't submit by to-morrow,
we'll bring ht-r down by swelling her."
He asked what swelling her meant and
was told it consisted in tying her wrists un
til the blood gathered in the vessels almost
to bursting, and then the torture would
break her wild spirit
They had some fun down at Crawfords
ville, Indiana, the other day. Bill Baldwin
bit off Hood Nelson's nose, and Hood bit
off Bill's finger.
GOICOURIA'S LAST HOURS.
Interview with De Rodas Before the
Execution—Brutality of the Officers
Composing the Court—Horrible
Scenes at the Garrote—Thirty Thousand
Havana (May 11) Correspondence of the New York
When captured, Gen. Goicoiiriahad been
on Guajaba key nearly five days, and most
of the time had had nothing more than
land-crabs to eat and had- been without
water for nearly 2i hours. -He- became se
parated from the companions who landed
npon the key with him two days before his
capture, they having gone to search for
water, aud, probably, were afterward un
able to find their way back to him. When
the Spaniards landed their troops they
formed into skirmishers, and thoroughly
secured the Key, which is about nine ni.les
long, and from one to throe wide, has a few
trees, broken rocks, and a thick under
Twice the skirmishers passed very near
to Gen. Goicouria without seeing him, so
well did he keep himself bid, and they
were preparing to give up the search, when
two sailors, who had lingered behind, no
ticed the General, he having changed his
position, believing all dangers gone. The
two sailors immediately rushed upon him,
when he, in despair at having been seen,
and knowing all hopes of life to be over,
attacked them with sticks having lost his
pistol days previoutly and knocked one
of them down, asking to be killed, but was
in turn knocked down and secared. When
overpowered he at onco gave his true name
You know that Gen. Goicoum was
brought after his capture to Puerto Prin
cipe, where he was confronted by Gen.
Rodas. In this interview h6 stated that he
knew the Spaniards would take his life,
and that he was at death's door, but he had
no regrets to express, and gloried in the 30
year's support ho had given to the Cuban
cause. He gave the nauis of those who
had landed from the open boat with him
upon the key, and added that they were
well armed, i:nd if met would sell their lives
dearly; but he believed they had escaped to
the mainland. In this he was probably cor
rect for all the after searches of tho Span
iards upon the key have resulted in finding
no one. Only a small dog, which one of the
party owned, has been met and in P,lre
wantonness tho Spaniards killed the poor
animal. Gen. Goicouria also told General
Rodas that he had intended leaving the isl
and with Gen. Jordan, but was prevented
from so doing by President Cespedes, who
retained him ou business, and even offered
him the position vacated by Gen. Jordan,
but he (Goicouria) declined, knowing that
his 70th year and their attendant infirmi
ties unfitted him for the position. Then
President Cespedes charged him with
an important commission to Mexico,
and it was while on his way to
discharge it that he was intercepted
by the Dclamater gunboat Soldado, forced
on to Guajaba key, and then captured, his
great st error having been Lis failure to
destroy the documents he had in a valise,
and which, when found by the Spaniards,
placed them upon his track. Some of the
Spanish papers claim that he also told the
Captain General that the Cubans of New
York were being deceived by the insur
gents; that having seen the true state of
things, be had become disgusted, and was
leaving for Mexico, there to live in iieace,
I have good grounds for declaring there is
no truth in the claim that nothing of the
kind was said.
On the way from Nuevitos to Havana,
Gen. Goicouria freely engaged iu conver
sation with many of the passengers of the
steamer he was on, warmly defending the
Cuban cause and hoping for its ultimate
triumph. As for his personal fate he de
clared himself indifferent; that he had al
ready lived the three score and ten years
allotted by the psalmists as the term of
life. He was landed in Havana iu an un
expected direction, and hurried to prison
through back streets, in order to save him
from the insulting remarks of the
thousands of Spanutrds who had as
sembled on the wharves and on
O'Reilly and Prado streets to see him You
know that almost as soon as he had reach
ed the prison a dnrm-head court-martial
was assembled to try him. Only the identi
fication of the person was required, and
then the question of punishment was taken
up. One of the most brutal members of the
court wanted him tied to the tail of a horse
and dragged through the streets until dead
and torn to pieces, while another brate ask
ed that he be tied to a stake and then ston
ed to death by the populace. Both of these
barbarous propositions were voted down,
and death by the garrote, the punishment
of criminals, resolvea upon, me execution
to take place the next morning, Saturday,
at 8 a. m.. as it did.
Gen. Goicouria was not at all 'unnerved
when told the decision of the court hut
stated that he would have preferred being
shot; but that he saw the Spaniards were
resolved to treat him with the same cruelty
they had shown to his friend Lopez and
Pinto, so he would not complain, but would
meet death iu any form presented, as a
brave man should. At 2 a. ni. he was
placed in cuilla and furnished with a priest,
and an hour later he was removed to Castle
Principe, a distance of nearly two and a half
miles, and was made to wain neany
all the way, the Spaniards, no doubt
reckoning npon breaking down the old
man, and so cause him to meet death in a
state ot physical prostration, but in this
they were egregiously mistaken. The Gen
eral's strength and courage literally rose
with his increasing embarrassment The
decision of the drum head court-martial
was known thioughout Havana within an
hour after it was rendered, and long before
daylight there were several thousand
persons assmbled around Castle Principe,
and on the ground chosen for the execution.
At 5 a, m. two nieces of Gen. Goicouria,
the Senoritas de Mora, dressed in deep
mourning, went to the castle, and had a
short and last interview with him. Both
in going and returning from the castle
these ladies were hooted at and insulted by
hundreds of Spanish wretches, and several
times the actual intervention of a number
of Spanish officers, who were detailed to
accompany the senoritas, was required
to save them from personal maltreat
ment, so great was the Spanish rage
against their victim and his relatives.
At 74 a. m. Gen. Goicouria was marched
from the castle to the place of execution,
his hands tied in front of him. and guarded
by 300 armed volunteers. He hud about
800 yards to go, and walked the distance
with great composure, twice on the way
exchanging salutes with volunteer officers
ho knew, a smile each time playing over
his features. Arrived at the garrote, he
ascended the platlonn unaided and with
quick steps, and turing toward the people,
endeavored to address them, but as told
you in my last the music of two bands
and the roll of some 40 drums were at one
successfully emploved to drown his voice.
Notwithst.iudintr this he labored hard to
have himself heard, opening his mouth
wide, gesticulating with his tied hands,
and with his long, white beard and hair,
nankin pants and vest and bottle-green
colored coat presented an affecting spec
tacle. Nothing he said was understood
though everybody thinks bis closing words
were, " V im tuba uorei Apparently
nettled at the success of tho Spaniards in
preventing his words from reaching those for
whom intended, be resigned himself into
the hands of the garroter, and was soon
dispatched, dying without any apparent
struggles. His body was kept in thn gar
rote until 3 p. in., when it was removed
and buried iu the criminal's graveyard, the
authorities having refused to gtve ii up to
his relatives. From 25,000 to 30,000 per
sons witnessed the execution, and beyond
the mentioned insnlts to the Senoritas de
Mora, behaved throughout tolerably well.
This was no doubt greatly due to a procla
mation from City Gov. Roberts urging the
people to thus act
A Reporteb's Revenge. A Dayton re
porter, w ho couldn't attract the attention
of a femnle reporter at the lute Woman's
Suffrago Convention in that city, thns pays
her for her iudependeuce and indifference:
"Mis- Sallio M. Joy represented the Bos
ton Post She distinguished herself by
her generally independent, don't-care a
cent air, and the number of books she car
ried under her arm aud kept on the table.
She walks with something of a masculine
stride, and always carries a jencil in her
hand. She has the Boston affectation for
eye-glasses, wears a sailor hat, and dresses
neatly, but plainly. As she is not pre
eminently a thing of beauty, I should
think her chances of remaining a Joy for
ever are good."
The executioner of Paris has drawn ud a
memorial recommending to the Emperor
Napoleon the Third, that criminals in
France, sentence 1 to death, be henceforth
executed by having their skulls crushed
with an iron club.
Gopet's Lady's Book for Jane contains a
pretty engraving entitled "Waiting-at the
Ferry," a brilliant colored fashion plate, aud
fail and attractive fashion and work depart
ments. The Editor's Table and tlio Arm
Chair contain the usual amount of eutertaiv
ing reading. The literary contents embrace
i-tories by Marian liar laud, S. Anuio Frost,
Mrs. Hopkinson; also poetry and short arti
cles on various subjects. Godcy is always
welcome in tho household.
Ifie Atlantic Muidhly baa another install
mint of Bayard Taylor's story, Joseph and
His Friend; Drives from a French Farm, by
Philip G. Hamerton; Wm. Hazlitt, by llbury
T. Tuckernian; an at tide ou French aud
Englich Illustrated Magazines, by Eugene
Benson; the first of a wcrics of stories by
Harriet Betchor Stowe.entitled Oldtown Fire"
side Stories the current one being of The
Ghost in the Mill. James Pai ton has au ar
ticle on the Correspondence of Napoleon
Bonaparte. Henry James discourses on tho
Logic of Marriage and Murder. Another of
those interesting papers, An English Gov
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or three minor articles, and several short
poems, together with the reviews and literary
notices, make up a very entertaining number
of the Atlantic. Fields, Oagood & Co. .Bos
JCeety Satunlay has steadily improved in its
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which have rendered him the foremost nov
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by S. Eytinge, one of tho best of American
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Our Young Folks continues Mrs. Whitney's
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Compositions, by Elizabeth Stuart I'helps,
which will aimiHo old and young; some sto
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instructive article; on Ants, by T. W. Higgin
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four poems. The Evening LaniD and the
Letter Box are full and amusing. Fields, Os
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What a Frenchman Says of American
A French gentleman, M. Hippeaa, of
eminence in literary and historical pursuits,
officially authorized by the Minister of
Public Instruction, visited this country in
18CS with a view to supplying an exhaustive
report, now published, on the subject of
our methods ot education. He reviews, in
a volume of 417 pages, the necessity of pub
lic instruction iu a country of such political
structure. He gives deUuls of the public
school system in different States, from the
means of support down to the
niinutio of discipline; of our first
class colleges and their individual
peculiarities; of our special schools and
their distinctive methods, aims, and suc
cess, lie compiles, moreover, tabular
statements and a summary of public in
struction in 37 States, tbe Territories, and
the District of Columbia. The conclusions
of M. Hippeaa are gratifying. He was im
pressed by the general sentiment of our
people being in favor of undergoing even
the heaviest expenses in order to promoto
general education. Ha is convinced that
the results justify the exertions; that the
standard of high scholarship and superior
training in our best colleges is not lowered
by the public school system, while the lat
ter itself partakes of the best characterist
ics of the colleges; aud that the progress
of the nation could never have ben
achieved except by the universal spread of
Fuji at Fort Leavenworth. At Fort
Leavenworth, a few days ago, over 2,000
people were gathered to witness some hur
dle and foot-racing. Tho first race was lor
officers, who rode their own horses. The
contestants for the prizes were Gen. Cus
tar, CoL Keogh, CoL Buell, Colonel Cook,
Major Bell, Capt. McDougalL Lieut Now-'
lan, and JLiient IL 11. A hell, of tne seveutn
cavalry, and Capt. McKibben, of the sev
enteenth infantry. The prizes were: 1.
A silver cup, awarded to Lieut A bell; 2T A
pair of silver spurs, to Col. Bueli; 3. Sil
ver mounted riding whip, to Colonel Cook.
As CoL Keogh's horse was about taking
the second hurdle his fore feet stiuck the
top of the hurdle, and the horse and rider
both fell heavily to the ground, the horse
nearly turning a somersault The Colonel
was quite seriously injured, having been
struck in the face and side by the hoofs of
the fallen annual. The second race, which
was for enlisted men, was won bv private
Delaney, of M Troop of the seventh cav
The foot race prize was $100, and the
distance 100 yards. The entries were CoL
Cook, Major Bell, and Lieut Quimby, of
the fifth infantry. The race was won ty
about three feet Lieut. Quimby being sec
ond in the race, and Major Bell briingng
up the rear. Lnicago lribune.
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burn and destroy the very delicate root ol
It is PURELY VEGETABLE contains
the only vegetable oil everdiscoviTed that
f promotes the growth and produces Ion-.;
uxtiriant locks of Hair. It is delicately
perfumed with the sweet of most fragrant
flowers. This article is found in tho larsre
Cities on almost every toiletlee, lut more
especially hiiidii' tlio more fashionable
classes, as it has proved to be the only ar
ticle that will retain the Hair in position
any length of time after dressiiiir. It is
used Dv Ladies Hair Oressersand Barbers
at all the li'.nlinir Hotels of the country.
It goes three times as far as alcoholic arti
cles. Alcohol preparations from the natu
ral heat of the head evaporates and leaves
the Hair parched and dry. i'rfce &') cts.
0Bi,(;iLm A CO., Proprietors'
BALTIMORE, MD. i
OL.I liV A LI. UIU GiGISTS.
This imoortant invention is now ready for sale, and is
furnished to order, to suit any Mnvalle- otnb Kee
Hive, at abort notice. Individual. TownshiD. County
and State Rights are for sale. Those wishing rurhts
and models should address
DK. JJEWFIJ. DAVIS,
fWMlK NKCIIKTS OF VOirTII rNVKIt.KO.
M A Medical Treatise of thirty-two pases, sent pre
receipt ol two tnree cent po age stamps.
n. Li& utiui., A.tiany, tt. v.
Dou't Have Thorn Unless You WaiitTlieru
Male and Female Agents wanted, $1!) per day. Will
not interfere with other business, Phmicians and
Nurses wiU consult their tvi internots h. send in far
circular or applying to U. W. AI.LK.V, titi Madison St.,
np stairs. Chicago, 11L
tj"; A DAV ! 40 new articles for A gents. Sam
:ymr pies sent rr H. B. bllA W. AlireJ. .Me
HOFFS MALT EXTRACT. A noorlshinr nalafa-
ble drink, poeses.ing remedial properties a iapted to
tne sick, dyspeptic and enervated. As a remedy it
invigorates the whole system, cures disorders nl th
stomach, loss of appetite, obstinate catarrhs, cough h,
hoarseness, scrofula, incipient consumption, etc., etc
As a nutriment and mild tonic it is ibt.iiuKI. l vL
enfeebled and convalescent of ali ages and both sexes.
Fwmw wiuaio v is uiguiy aoceptaoie to
SOLIJ BY ALL DRUGCI8TS NO HBflTPPQ
TAKKANT & CO., '.7H:rrcni-h t.,N. v..
K. D. It. Ac CO.. 53 and 55 Lake St. Chicago.
bolesale dealers in Straw Urnd. MiUiiuirv- WrutA
Uooda, Hosiery, t. loves and Fancy Gooda,
PAPER AND RACS.
U AFI.IN, Bl'TI.KR 6c CO.. Dealers in Paper,
MJ Printers' Mock, Ac Cash paid for Kags. -Hand
Dr. "WAI-XEr.'S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds cf Thousands
Bear testimony to their VConderT
lul Curative Effects. .
1 2 i WHAT
I O c
5? -1 c
t; THEY ARE NOT A VILE oq
11f ANCY DRIN K.ff
Made of Poor Ram, Whiftkey. Proof Spirits
and Refuse Liquor doctored, spiced i-nd sweet
ened to please the taste, called Tonics," " Appetiz
ers, " Restorers," Ac., that lead the tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin. bat are a true Medicine, made
from the Native Roots and flerbsof California, free
from all Alcoholic Stiainlaots. They are the
GREAT BLOOD PCRIFIER aadALIFE
C;iVIN; PRINCIPLE aperfect Renovator and
Inviiioratorof the System, carrying off all poisonous
matter and retorinp the blood to a healthy con iltlon.
No person tan take these Hitters according to direc
tion and remain long unwell
S 1 0 O w ill be gi ven for an 1 ncnrable case, provided
the bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the
point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheuma
tism and Gout, Dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
lii ion. Tieiuiltent and I ntermitteut I evero
rtse:rses ol'tlieRIood. Liver. Kiduey and
tlad Icr, Cn-se Hitters have been most siiccess-
t!il. Such iliseaites are causea Dy t itiatea
IU ooil .w hlcU Is generally produced by derangement
of the Dines! ivc Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head
ache. Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sonr Lrnctatlons ot tne Momacn,
Had taste In the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Heart, Inflammation ot the Lungs, Pain in the
regions of tho Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the stomach, and stimulate the tor
pid liver aud bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy lu cleansing the blood of all impurities, and
imparting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions,Tetter,8alt
Kliucm.l'.lotclies, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boila.Car-
bunch ?,n::ig-Worms, Scald Head.Sore Eyes, Erysip
elas Itch, Scurfs, Disrolorations of the Skin, Humors
and riseas-sof the Skin. r whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system to a
short time by tae uscof these Fitters. One bottle in
such cases will couv luce the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated T.lood whenever yon find Its
impurities bnrstins through the skin inPimplcs.Erup-
tions or sores ; cleanse It when you find It obstructed
and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it Is foul,
and vour feeliuus will t'.l you when. Keep the blood
mire a.id the health of the system will follow,
VtS. TA PE ana other WORTHS, lurking In the
system ef so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For full directions, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed in four laa.
puages-Knglish, German, French and Spanish
J. WALKER. Proprietor. R. n. McDOXALD & CO,
Ttnl....i;4 r.i.,1 Hen. A::onts. San Erancisco, Cal,
and 32 and 31 Comcvwce Street, New York.
t-SOU BV ALL DKJGGISTS AND DEALERS.
St. Louis Saw Work
i i v: -1 .
Manufacturers of SPAULDING'S
Patent Inserted Teeth S ls.
VOR SALK AT THEIR WAREHOUSES,
YES ! IT IS TRUE !
THAT the Best Mowers, the Beat Droppers. the
Best Self Rikes to be found in the World, are the
Original an.t Reliable Double Motion -Aetna-aiar
hi h tha AETNA MANUFACTURING
CO.. of Salem, Ohio. Send for Pamphlet containing
inil flflfiA YEAR can be made by good en
tS ILILI.LILILI .rraiie man who know how to man
age a good thing. None but reliable agents wanted
those who can keep their moutas shut. AdJren, in
confidence - I'or Kurirty V., Broadway, li. a
An Over-Ioetored World. All great physicians
admit that the world is over-doctored with violent
drugs. In cases of indigestion, biliousness, constipa
tion, wind colic, diarrteea, and otner casual or even
chrome affections of the stomacb, liver and bowels, ad
tbat is needed to restore tho regular action of the dis
ordered organs, is a dose or two of Takrant's Krt'EB-vksm-rkt
SFj.rF.B APF.UKHT, the most delicious and
Harmless febrifuge, laxative and alterative in the
whola ranea of medicinal remedies. It is sarhcient for
,hA iimiiiMd einnot harm the weakest, and lmmedi
ately relieves the nausea which ordinary cathartics
aggravate. w By ju,.
- i . 1 rJ r a.
ti.. i. mi pitpvt URDiniyK Hl'MHUG. got
ten up to dupe the ignorant and credulous, nor is it
repnwested as being "comoosad of rare and prooioos
an- stances brongbt fiom tie four corners of the "arte,
carried seven times across the tireat Desert of hanaraD
en the backs of fourte'n camels, and brought across
tue Atlantic Ocean on two Ships." It is a .. m.-.
Kemrt. a prreci .V,.-.yfc for tTARRH and
"Cold im THK Huaii," also for ortensive bream, Loss
or Impairment or the See of Smell. TasUor Hearing,
Watering or Weak Kyes, Pain or Pressors in the Head,
when caused, as tbey all not anfrequently are, by the
violence of Catarrh.
I otfer, in good faith, astinding Reward of itart) for a
case of Catarrh that 1 cannot care.
For Sole by siosl Drugi-t Every where.
Price 50 Cms.
Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of SlXTT CKNTS.
Four packages for gluu or I Dose for 45.IU.
Send a two cent stamp for Or. Sage's pamphlet on
Catarrh. Address tbs proprietor.
K. V. flKKUK, M. V.. BUFFALO, . X
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS
guod agent in every county in the U. S. on com
mission or salary tointroduceour World Hrwmn.
i ft JVUswl rlAi'a H ir. tlvikrm ram.-will last anun-
d red years. If yon wantaprotitableand pleasant
I employment, a ldressK. A. BrsH AJo.,Mnnl'ra,
AWS! AXES! SAYS!
,4 AWS of all descriptions. AXES. BELTING and
11 1,1, FURNISHINGS. CIRCULAR SAWS with
fcuhd Teetb, or with Patks r AiMnsTABLB Points,
Muvrvir tit at lrr'ri Irrth
tir- Prirr Reduced.
f Send for Price last and Circulars. I
WELCH Sc GRIFFITHS.
KMtii. illawk, or Detroit, iilick.
" Warranted pore, palatable, and to preserve piokle
Fi.wt premium awarded at the U. 8. Pair, the llhnoi
State Fair and Chicago City Fair. , La"" ' Dorics in
the United States. F.ithliahed 1MB. t H AS. U. K
PP.US.SING. :l:W and 34 1 State street. Chicago.
iH. tillers of ALCOHOL, SPIRITS, WHISKIK& and
Se ceorated IMPF.RIAL UIN. Send lor a Price
last, H' deft eompettUinm.
31 dc 56 South Water St., Chirac.
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ARE THEY?! I? 2
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ill . JJ:
a To- - .
MANUFACTURED BT THE
AULTMAN & TAYLOR
The Brilliant Sarrnn of these Improved
Grain-Savin and Thne-n.vinir Threab-rs is
without a paraied ia tbe annals of Farm Machinery.
Itlore than twice ae manv were made and
sold last year as were ever before made and sold by any
otber Threshing Machine concern in the a;i.e period
of its existence.
TV, went Into fvrrv State, from Pennsyl
vania to Kansas, ard from Minnesot, to Georgia, and
met with their mot marked aucveae in the very
states, and even in the very ro untie. hT' the brM
of tktodar "entile apron" ttyle are ttuide OHIO, the
nursery of elegant farm Machinery, leading the van in
the number purchased.
T .r.plv liinwiwil esrninf. are renorted
by Tnreahermen wbo bave nMi, and a great saving of
grain by Farmers who have tmploqed them.
Thev commanded a choice of job, and
nmally from one half cent to two cents per bushel
FX 1'RA above other Machines, and had plenty of work
Ion after other kinds were "laid no," because tbey
waved the Farmers' grain from going into the ntraw
pile, cleaned it nt for milling or market inspec
tion, and worked eaey lor their boreeit.
Their capacity i remarkable, not only in
ordinary conditions of H'sa', ttai, Hiframd h&rlry, but
in wet and bad-conditioned grain their advantages
are peculiar, as well as in Timothy and other light
! FLAX thev are unrivaled, even by
expensive machines .'made on purpuum for Fiax and
Their dint inrtive advantages in waving and
cleaning; result from the admirable and ellective
plan of nliakinu; the grain out ol theMlraw, and
great capacity ot the cleaning apparatus.
Their ease of Draft. Cheapness or Repair
ing, rjue or Management, etc. rrom toeir naving no
Htutern aa Prkvr a? Cnnva Grain Carrier, no Jiad
dlen, and oa'y ahnut half am many Bel, Gear WheeL
Mcaum, Journal, Shaft miley, nr., to cuoa, wear out,
wastk Giunt. ado to DaarT. or lob kept is acpata.
a other kind.
Every Tbreaherman ahonld heaitate before
investing in the old style of Machines, which are going
out of date, because he can get them on "long winded'
terms, or Door par. or at a tittle less price. 1 he differ
ence in price between the best and tbe poorest- ia only
abont fifty to one hundred dollars, while the dijfermrr.
a the Jirt eainv mmimji stay b irat mruntreit ant.
lacn, to say nothing of the satisfaction of running thr
bemt, or its talabltn- after one, two or three seasons' use.
Xffew Features for 1870.
Notwithstanding the nnexampled favor with which
the "AtTLTMA.v k Taylor" was received and endorsed
throughout the country last year. OVKR FORTY veil
rnn-vLred and amplv tried IMPROVEMENTS IN
DF.TA I LS, for convenience, effectiveness and utility,
have been made for thin year, which, added to a
machine which had before given such remarkable satis
faction, must mark a new era,
- So not Conic und
These Machines with those of any other make, either
good, bad or indifferent. There is no other made any
where the parts of .which are tLe same as this, while
some with inmihtr Ir.nkin pirinre, and known by various
name-, are largely different in plan of construction and
operation. Lo k for the trade mark "THK At ltman
k Taylor Thrwsher," and also, the card. "Fkom the
Aultmas k Taylor Mahukactukinij Co., Mans
field. O.," in gilt letters, conspicuously on both sides
of the Separator.
Extra ZZorse Powers.
The elegant, strong, durable, ligbt draft, highly-finished,
and easily managed "Aullinan and Taylor"
Mounted and Down and lu Home Powers are
sold aeparalely. when desired, and large numbers
were furnished last year to run otber makes of sepera
tors. They are convertible from one speed to another;
also, convertible from "Down" to "Mounted;" bave the
Krace-aod-Stay fastenings for "stak ing down ;" station
ary Foot-board, and other attractive and patented
features, hut no wedges, no Rivets, no Boxes set in
wood, only one key, and can be taken apart dnm to
the last pmion, and put together again in a few minutes,
by the use ol a common wrench only.
Send for Circular.
Send your Name, Post Otlice Address,
County and State to the "Anltman tr Tnyt'n- Jf''v
Co.." either at M issrau), O , or Chicago, III., and
receive t f ree by return mail. Descriptive Circulars,
Posters and Factory Price Lists, together with tbe
name of tho Local Agency nearest your place of resi
dence, where machines can be seen and pnrchased.
ATTLTMAN & TAYLOR
Factory .and Home Office, Mansfield. O.
Western Branch Office, Chicago, 111.
Economical Dnratle and Beautifo!
MASURY & WHITON'S
RAILROAD COLORS !
For Paintinff EXTKRIORS ANT INTERIORS OF
HOUSKS, BARNS, KKXCKS, OLTT -BL'JLOINUS. Ac
Tk-tf ure ttarrttntf-ti to eovtr tmrthirtl mttre tmrfaee than
utrictlif pmxrm White Let I of the mtme wtnyht, and U wettr
twice m long.
Sjun plee ot mil tho Colon sent by mail on application to
COODENOW, HINDS A. CO.,
282 South Water Street, CHICAGO.
faVfALSO AOEXTS FOR L X. L. Naptha and Gaso
lints or ALL tiBAvmrs.
WANTED. Book Canvnasers in all parts of the
U. S.. ( Ladies preferred) to sell Dr. Miss' great
work, via: "Woman and HerThirty Years Pilgrimage,"
a new book of great value to every woman in America.
U. B. RUSSKLL, Publishers, Botoa. Mass.
GUT THIS OUT!
And send twenty-live cents for a ticket, and draws
H'ofV Seirina Mnehin, Iiano, or some article of value.
Xo Blank. Address PACKARD & CO..
at of.sts WtNTED Most salable of en7ravings. New
Family Record. S. D. Clark, Minneapolis, Minn.
Meadow King Mower.
ManuJ'd by Grmyg, Flyer ot Co., Trmnmrbwra, IT. Y.
V nti.y - - . -n. 'TS
The lightest draft and most durable Mower made.
The Knite is always in line with tne Pitman, thus avoid
ing friction and enabling it to work freely in any position
of the Cutter-Bar. It is tbe only perfectly de:ble Cutter-Bar,
and excels all other Mowers an rough ground.
For circulars or informatien, send to S. L. SHfaXDON,
Madison. Wis., General Agent for Wisconsin. Minna
sola, and Northern Inwa; also agent for New Yorker
Reapers and other Machinery, or to J. D. KASTKK.
Chicago, General Agent for Illinois, Southern Iowa, Ae.
This Corset is constructed on aa entirely new princi
ple, being opm and thereby allowing the freest circula
tion passible, besides giving perfect ease and comfort
to the wearer, and at the same time pos-ewing ail the
advantages of the common Corsets in giving support to
Fer Health, (.rare aad Comfort they are
UNR1VAI.LFD in THK MAJUta r. They are particularly
recommended for summer wear, and warm oil mater,
although equally well adapted to all seasons of tbe year.
They are highly -recommended by medical and scientiho
men. For sale by all first -class dealers. For circulars,
prices, Ac, addrxss the .
WORCES l iOt SKIRT CO.. Worcester, Mass,
H lifi t fliQf If
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