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TQM l U 111 UWmilfcrnHjB(liy
Gfiildrcn's Dcnartincnf. I
'Uct op," said Charloy Hayes tnotlicj
lto rapped on his room door otto
morning. But Charley was very sleepy
indeed, and as lie Ujr tborj with Arowsi
Uses'! tugging nnd gulling flows fiis oyo
iris he began to tciVt ho was vfr fed
'Oh, horn I wish I was up, but I'm w
loopy yet I'll just lio still five tiinutcs
longer and tho got up."
h ) i
Din dongt fang tho villagu fcclf,
nnft Charley Hayes tun down irio gtafcv
walk in front of Ml father's hoaso,
pushod opto tho gate and hurried towarJ
Tho fcomn in which Charley's father
tired was at little distanco Irom tho vil
lage an J tho road ran through a beautiful
grove of oaks and miilcs.
Charley was paf.Miig along the road
nnd through the grove, when suddenly a
funny littlo man appeared beforo bin:
nnd waving his bauds, exclaimed, "Hello,
Charley ! where aro you going ?"
Charley was taken aback and felt very
much like taking to his Iicels. lint the
old man's manner reassured him, and he
stood his ground manfully and answered :
"I'm going to school, and I'm in a
great hurry, too, for don't you hoar ?
school-bell is ringing."
"Yes, I bear," said tho little old man,
''bat don't bo in a hurry. I want to talk
Now Charley couldn't imagine who
tho queer little chap was, for ho had
never keen him about tho village, and
then he wore a dress entirely different
from anything he bad c,er r-ecn in that
part of tho country indeed he bad never
ssen such a dress in all his life. His
hat was broad-brimmed and tho crown
ran up to a sharp point, and in the baud
was stuck a Ion,;, red colored feather.
His coat was long and louse like a inan
tlo, and rpanglud with groat blue and
crimson Fpota and llouerj. Ilia shoes
wcro green and buckled with, golden
Charley, after gazing at bun a while,
camo to thu conelttai u that he wasn't a
dangerous person at all in fact bo
rather liked the old man, for be bud a
friendly way of speaking and a merry
twinklo lighted up his eyes.
Then Harry replied: "Well, sir; 1
am ready to listen, and will bo glad to
hear anything you may havo to say."
And then bo drew hi nisei I' up proudly,
and looked very courageous
This mado tho little old man laugh a
low, silvery laugh, and hu teemed to le
inoro pleased with Charloy, and ho camo
up to him and patted huu on thu
ahoulder, and said :
"Yuu'ro a courageous little follow, and
I'm going to (jivo you something that
will be of use to you.'
Ho put his hand in his packet nnd
pulled out a little wluto cap which Char
ley thought looked very much like a
nightcap, and said to him:
"Hero's what wo, away up on the
mountains, call a wishing cap. When
you want anything, put the cap on your
head aud wish and you will get it."
"Oh, won't that bo grand I" exclaimed
Charloy. "I'vo often heard of wishiu
caps, and now that l'vo got one, how
proud I'll bo of it! I'll wish fur lots of
''People often wish for things they
ought not to have," taid tho old man
"You must wish only fur things good
and proper, for dj improper wish will bo
"Ob, thank you kindly, fur tho gift
Batd Charley, "and now I'll try it on."
Charloy pulled off his own cap and
placod tho cap on bis head and he then
shouted, "I wish to bo at tho school
house" Instantly a low rumbling
aounded in bis cars and ho found him
golf at tho bchool-bouso door, standing
with his cap in his hand just as ho had
tood in tho proBcnca of tho old man.
"Well," thought ho, "that was leaving
tho. good old man rather unceromo
niously, but I hardly expected that tho
wishing would amount to anything. I'll
go back and apologize." And then ho
wished himself in tho exact spot whero
be had stood beforo
"I loft you in a hurry," said Charley,
und have coruo back to aplozo for my
"That's nothing, little chop," said the
old man, "that's nothing. You ought
to have staid, is it is school timo."
Dack again) went Charley, then ho
feastity pullod off his wishing cap, and
putting H caro fully into tits pocket, went
into tho school room.
"Now," thought Cfiirof, "if I could
o)nlf pu on n y tap without getting
whipped for it, 1 would wish to fcavQ.all
mjr lessons vol I ; then i oourd test tiiy
aellL Btrt i ftno hat S'll So. I'l
tkudy until cecrs, and the a 'U on
fastis gut mp ca0fjandQlisb.
at r,CCCE4 Ch",ey oa nis. cap
and Tfcnt out, -but instead of 6ishlnc to
Ilft-n I.! Iniftruilt SaTlT. Iia tvialiAil In lift in
.;cp lofit ; iJii a low whistlo Bounded
liis cars and bo was tlicrc Instantly.
I QMc kcjrt AiptiMiIng cap and It is every
Uhycnj) oft Ins head and started down
What r) noisy bustling place it was I
Kvejybody seemed to bo rushina? along
no 4 iniiAin his own business.
Aoforo &o bad gono far, a big boy
came vq iV him and hit him rather a
heavy Up on tbo hnad,
"What's that for?" said Charloy.
"Oh, jus because you look liko a
goof, tad H liko to hit gccc. I guess
I'U lit foa again."
And af ho drow back to striko, Char
loy sail!: "I wish this big bully was
twenty feci id tho air," and beforo tho
boy bad iitno to striko ho foand himself
away above the pcoplo who thronged the
".lyctucnt. Of course ho was very much
utitonitlicJ, nni frightened too, and ho
"You littlo wizzird, what docs all this
mean? I'm afraid I'll fall. Let mo
down and I'll not strike you again."
Then Charley took compassion on the
boy and wished him down again, nnd
after giving him a bit of odvico nnd tell
ing him to bo more careful how be dis
played bis pujjilistio powor?, ho pro
ceeded on down the street.
"Suppose I muko a greater leap yet,"
ho said, "I want to sec the wolves and
the country where tho wolves stay.
fhcro can be no danger in going there,
for I can come away at any time. I'm
not afraid of wolves, nor lion?, nor tigers,
nor anything clso as long as I havo my
Then Charley wished himself in a
wolf country, and the buzzing was in bis
cars ngain, aud he was there.
Yonder comes a pack of wolves no,
not a pack there must bo a thousand
packs, and a thousand wolves in each
pack, fur tho whole country seemed eov-
ore'd with them. They move ou and on,
right toward Charloy, and they remind
i tit of the I'omu on a hujo pot of bulling
ol.i:scs. What a grand sight, aud yet
how dreadful I
Charley thought it was tune to be
iway, una no wisiieu intiiseii sate ana
sound at home ; but, dreadful to relate,
lie found ho did not move. He puts his
hand tn Irs bead and ho found that his
wishing cap was gone. What n predica
ment! lie must run then and climb a
tree ; but the trees aro far away. He
fears ho cannot reach thorn, nevertheless,
ho will try, aud ho starts olf as swiftly as
his little legs can carry him.
Just as ho reaches thu nearest treo tho
wolves dash upon him.
"Oh, how dreadful to die thus I" ho
shrieked. "Oh !"
"What's tho matter with you,
Charley V" asked bis brother Tom, who
had just como in from a brisk walk at
sunrise, "lou scream ana kick uuaut
as if you were crazy."
"Whero are tho wolves V" asked Char
ley, starting up aud rubbing bis eyes.
"Tho wolves ! Oh, 1 guess they arc
out West, or sumo place or another.
don't just exactoly remember whero the
wolves htay. i hero do you say they
"Oh, what a frightful dream 1" said
Charloy, now thoroughly awako, and ho
sprang out of bed aud dressed himself
with an energy that astonished liimsull,
for tho boll had already rung lor break
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17 iV nHtiS?.
Boot and Shoe,
COLLAR AMD HARNESS
AN) JiHALtillS IN
m: aiiii: it,
Wo nre lu l'y I" announce to our numerous
customer;, tli.it hating niaito
to our facilities fur ninnufnctur!ng, wo arc ma
uled to keep on hand, or nut upon short notice,
arythlng wanted in
ILL SIZES E STYLES OF
Boots and Shoes,
That can ho liml In any market, all ut up by
AND AM. WOKK
Warranted ! I
in ovcry uirticular: all of which will be sold at
llain ou hand n Iaroitiaittity nf Collar anil
Harness leather, all f (Mill OWN TAN, anil
having; lakeu extra pains in tho tanning nml
fiul-liijj olT by stiifflii); it with Ncats Font Oil,
anil Itnonlnc that hr Fcuilin it to the St. I.ouiii
market our fanners couhl never reap tho benea
of it, wo were Induced to go into tho manulac
ami arc now putting up work in that line that
CANNOT HE EXCELLED
cither in Wurkmutihip or Quullty. Our object
being to rcll our Leather and to Uo ourselves
credit lu the Tiuming nnd Manufacture of it, wo
aro enabled to sell thoiu at greatly
To this branch nf our trade, wo especially In
vlto your attcutiuu before purchasing clgcwhcro
In this connection wo wish to inform tho l'ub
Our- S10,) is the only one in Troy
that Manufactures Leather of
cither into Hoots, Shoes, Collars or Harness. Tho
WELL-KNOWN KEl'UTATION of ourLoathcr
Is a suUlciont gunrantco to thoso acquainted with
it, to secure to us a liboral sbsro of patronage.
AVo shall want
300 Cords of
during tho spring season, for which wo will pay
?fl7 X12Xt CORD.
I'LASTHTtlNO 1IAIK always on hand at 10
cents per luiuel.
CAKU & KOUUSS.
Wo havo on hnnJ a superior lot of Wagons
Tho wood work is all brought from Imtiana and
thoroughly seasoned beforo lulng put up.
Wi: AVKItAT Tin: 11
tu givo satisfaction in every particular.
tVAKU sfc UOGEHH.
tmSS Thoso indcblcii o us on Hook ao
sK ri..i2 coun. or othcrw lie, nro earnestly
riiiucstol to ro mo forward nnd
tettle. CAKE k OGKS.
January 20, 1671.
T ho tfrjtinfn Business anil LocMlon
Agrlriittnrnl llrnil nnd Seed IMirtMa
WM KOKNIU f- CO. -im N Hmonil ilrei-l
A l-u m n 1 1 r. tVliic.
OniMlN 3c CMItK, actio WW I'lne utrccl
JJMJKN A CI.AUK, 2000 i :o02 Pino Hrrel
cariictx, nudum, ac.
FINNKY A MctlKATH, 408 .V Ko.ttlk drcct
IIAIIT& J'OWIII,!,. 110 nnd 112 N l'lltli tr-l
Druggie Wholesale. "
A A MHMjIKU, 000 N Main, cor Watlilngtnn .iv
JOHN 0 Ahl.V.H 3c W).V, Sll N Mntn utroct
M Hi S K HAltTKll 3c (HI, 721 N ilnln direct
tilats and (lureiiKU-nrr.
WITHMAIl OLAS.H.V tiUini.NSWAHK CO.,
1 1.1 N. Mdln strcot, tel. Clictnut nu I'lno.
Jones' Commercial College
J W JOHNSON, Man. l'rln,, k) WrurMliA OIIc
POIINHU.K A (JUKlll. X r.r Mil A MutlntifTiy
JimnOTHKHTO.N, YnrdOOico 3938 Ilrumlimjr
Ofllco SOU I.ocnM itrrct.
l n S.VUCKER, il7 0l!vo urcct
I'AKK A McCLl.NTOCK, ilh trcct anil W.mh.
I'laiio H'arc Itnonis.
Mrs A K I'O.U.UKlt, 712, Chcfnutflr. it.
Itcgalla. HaK" ami Society (iooils.
l'AIl.-ON ,D CO, 7IH N Fourth street .
II li nosnilltOUtlll SONS, 142l llrcm.lnny
AI.DDN A 01,011(111, :)l nnd :M7 Sjiruco strict
IVntchcs. .Icweli . tc.
P. C JACCAltlt A CO., till A 4li: .N. 1'onrtli St.
IIMVAim .MKA1I A Co, t N Koiirtli flreit.
.JKHU HYI,Vr,STi:U, 210 N Fourth flnct
TROY, MNCOLX COVNTYi 310.
2,000 A YEA U.
TWIINTV AOHi:S nf ll.mcn I. anil, Iron,
hiih you aio lealli"!!!? no clear pielit". yu
mav i.lant I. COO AIM'l.ll Tltlli:-. .mil i
11 luw years they will bring f 'J.OOO uniitliilly
or - per tree, and some tunes mueii mine. An
mi L-ooil laml It Is inoro iirontable still.
Wis will soon liatc n Unili-i'"'!, n.l yem
.l.nnl.l i.lnit thin Surlnir without fail, fur with
a rallmaJ there will be plenty of buyers, who
will pay you a fair prico rilit lu tuo orcn.iru.
lou can cot
Mill VS4I5Y Itr.ST V. It I II!
with ns many Janntttiugs as you want, ft old I
to 'i years old.
Mr Ticcs nro vcrv thiitlv nnd well sronn.
.My (liapcs aio heavy rooted, much better than
Parties who want to ilant. and h.tven t the
money to spare, will bo allowed rix tnoiitlis
time by giving their miles, Willi approve.! kcciir
ity. or sntlntaciory reioreueu.
l'leuty (.1 ,
iribli and Swctt Potatoes for hortl.
Sweet Potato, Cuhbayc and Tomato
Plants in their season.
jlT Sentl for Catalogue.
J. 3VE. SHULTS.
February 23, 1871.
.ilcalth and UlreiiBlh.
Throat aiul Liinijs.
I'or ten jea" lr. CrooU's Wine of Tor b.il
lM.eiiteHIcJ nml ITiiwI in IliMiiv.iii.Ucf tuiei, ea
p.il.lo or eiirni)! nil SisiMJ cl tla Tiratssl Lute".
peiforinlnuoinlerfiil i iiif". ill jou let preju.
inline irv'nt nii lnnii U'iuj cureil iilor
ZS. CSCJS'S WE!! Or TAI la neh m tlm ineilicin
al iiimlUHH nfTiir, loiiilnneil with wi'liil'lt" In
lirc'licnts of iirnloiiliteil value. It r:t!i'.; r::t:;::ci
taltoi BtrcrEtfl, clean.M tin' htom-iefi, iela.et tlict
J.iwriinil p.ii- tlieni In vioik, caunes tho fooil to
ilijieft, nniiinl.i's pine blnml. If .nm aienlllulul
In any ny,c- know the lifs-jlvltj t:sl: jr:;Ktl!lof
Dr. Crook's Wiunof Tiir.nio uli.il jou iiie.l.
IliMiresflll Ccits::lC::i:.ini'l ilsiu.iny wi.mler
fuleuresol IsStsx ill S::a:bl:!:, h.ivnuiui;.l many
tomlllt iihptiMtulortlieMiLuiiiplnintit. lUJJtail
iiienti reiiuroliiit a fowilfjipi. All nuireiiiiglrimi
CesRactlaorHiiy Hi:::! si tiuLstjashoiil'lieinem
liertlut Hr. Crook'n Uinaoi Tar i.ascuted many
elites iiiiinoiltii'i'il ineiinil In.
'rii.-VrriVai EaVJltitoi bliouKl ipincmlier t reaa-
Tit:: izl Isvlf.rit:: the system, ami is lojlti-Eirtsj
It nl-" e
i i inih Lh:r ::1 ll:tv Ccatli1.:'.. anil Iiv
liMhoalthv neliun on Ilio Miiiuaeli. lemoves Ivs-'
(s;s. Try onu hntlle. Take only Dr. Crook's
iWuiii.f Tur. Sold by Drusijis.s.
Tcr C:r;hh, :;:hl::i Tsa:n, Ecrcfil::!
tltcusi ef tba Eyoi, or Seniliiin in nny
lnnii. Saeuastisa, tl:ci::i of tti Llvir, Sis
U3i ct ti) n;tl::i, ria;lci, S;U, Ttv
ttr, S:tll Uejl, CT:trj, i:l ell Ccth, or any
illsi-nsi) ilepciellll oil a deT-iwtt eon.
ilitinn of the l.lnnil, tako Ir. Cr.-ci'l Ccb-tr.-.i
Cyrsp of Tc'-.o Boot. It Isaoiubiucd
Miti thu lit-si tonio preparations ot Iron
known, anil Is tho liest Alterative nnd
Iilood I'urilier made. Clouso tou tlcel
Try one llotlle. Hold by Uruggi.ta.
CUTIS CSSCI & CO., Daytot, 9.
U. S. HAIL
Daily Hack Line
TROY & WENTZVILLE,
HAVINfl taken tho contract for carrying tho
mall between Troy nnd Weativlllc, wo will
run ft dally hack lino between the plabcs fur tho
accommodation of tho traveling public and our
friends. Tho hack will mako protnp. connection
with tho North Missouri railroad.
TRO 1 nlKJBll 1.
Keeps a full Btif ply of
OAKIiS. 1'JlS'iUlI.S, &c
All kimh of Cikts unit nislriis miuTc to
order. If'tTlry on Yam tfrttf.
Tebiuajj i, 1671.
Jll3fiJr.l?-ATTK Aif rf
COJfFG CTION K IS V.
A CHOICE LOT OF
FIRM- , .
CoiTeem Cuififtr. Tea.
S Alt DINKS,
Ghjnrs, aud Chewing and Smokhuj
In futt, evitry llunfc "ftunlly kept nl n (Irnfpry nni
ruvtltn Htoro. Term STUIC!TI.V
UNT.KSS ON Sl'KOIAI. CONTRACT,
January l'.l, 1H7I.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
KOit MKIIICAI. USl!,
PAINTS AND DYBSTBFFS
Of h'irry Drfcripi'im,
1 13 I t IP TJ jr 11 TS, "V
Ili'ushos, Combs, &e
SMOA'LYJ AND C1IF.WJNO
COxVFECT I ON E R I KS
And Every thing Usually Jiqil
FIRST-BLISS DRUG STORE,
AND AM. SOLD AT
April 27, Wl.
M. S. BALLINGER,
Drugs and Patent Medicines,
Whines and JLUiuors9
PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS,
' And Many Other Articles.
Maiu Slrfet, Jlasoulc Hall Building-,
1 ESPECTFTJLIiY nnnonnco In tho citliens of
it Troy, and the country generally, that thev
havo completely refitted nnd remodeled their
Htcam (Jrlst and Saw Mill, nnd aro now prepared
so iniiKO as
UOOI) AN ARTICLE OF FLOUU
as can bo turned! out at any mill in tbo State.
Our customers will meet with prompt attention
at an times.
M'sV S'U.l. G It J XI) Jlh'GULAJtLY VVEKY
1 1JI;SIVV,TI1IJK!S1AY and
an contlnuo grindlnu until tho mill Is cleaned
WE JVILk AI TO SAW AT tUAST TWO
DAYS IN TUB WEEK.
Karoh ttlS7l nlianff
$01' it'SIUESS IN Till: tlERfttft J!ND
IT WI.. fV.
P 1 sstT-r
J. WstRia. rmp.l)r. n. It. Mcllo.AI n A Cn.. Ilrmr.l
41 Utn. Ag.nt. Ban t KnctKO.Ctl .ml 31 Cnmin.rca Si,. N .Y.
HILMONR Bestr Trallnsany to t licit
Wattdrrlsil Ctarnllro KlTrct.
Tlnctnr lllttcra aro not a vll l?nnee
tlrlnk, Made ot Poor Unin. WhUlirx
Proof Hplrlt nml ltefuao I.tqunt-a, doc'
tored. spleed and sweetened to plcsso tho lasto.
called " Ionics," " Appetliers,' M Jleitorcri," c
that Isad the tippler on to drunkenness ami rain,
but are a trae Medicine, mads from tbo Native
Roots and Herbs el t'allrsrnla. Tree from nil
Alcoholic Htlmnlnntn. TUer are tin)
II HEAT IILOUI l'llltll'IKIl nnd A
I.IFK (IIVINU l'KINVII'liK, A Krt.C.
Itenovstor and Intlgorator ot tho Mrstcn, enrrr
lor off all poisonous matter and restoring tho blond
loahealthr condition. No person can UVo Hied
Bitters according to directions and remain Ions
unwell, provided thslr bones aro not dcitrn".l
hr mineral poison or other means, and Itio ltsl
ortaus wasted beyond the point ot repslr.
Tlicrnroa Cicntls I'liranllvo it svrll
flsin Tonic, posifsslnc. also, the peculiar merit
ot acting as a powerful affent In relict ins Coiutes
tion or Inflammation of the Liver, aud of all tho
Filll Fr.nlAt.K(;i.lIPI,AINTH, ivhctber
Inrounirorold, married or slnsle, at Hie dawn of
womanhood or at the turn or life, theso Tonic Hit
ters have no eaual.
l'or Inflnmmnlorr nn4 Chronic Ithcn.
nintlsiii nml Oonl. I)rpel''ii r lt
illnrslloil, llllloilH, Itemlllriit nml
Intermittent I'ovrrn, llcnr of ties
lllooil, l.lvcr, Kliluoro nml llliutiler,
these lllttcra hnvolteen most suceessfut. Surli
DUrnsr aro canted hr Vlllnted Iilood.
which Is ccncrallr produced hr dcrangetnciit ol
the Dlsrullvc )rsiin.
IJYSl'El'SIA OR INIMfiF.STION,
lloaitaelie, I'aln In the Shoulder", CoiikIi', Tl-lit
nesanf the Cliet. 1)1 jrlness, Sour Kructatinm of
tho Bloinaih, Had Tato In tho Mouth, llllioni
Attack., Palpitation of tho Heart, lnllmiinmtl.iiiot
'the I.unirs Falsi In tliorrctons ot the Kiilnejs, nn.l
n hundred other iiatnrul syinitoins aie tho oft
rprlnBi ot nylifla.
They Invlgorato thcBtomaeh nnd stlmnlntc the
tnri'ld l.lvcr nnd Boels, wlilrh render them of
tincnnallcd enlcaey In cleannliiB tho blood otnll lin
purltlcs, and Imparting new llfo nnd lsor to thu
FOR SKIN DIBEA8KH, Eniptlon.Tetter.
Bait Rheum, Ulotches, Spots, I'lmplos. l'utnle..
Dolls, rjnrbnncles, Rlnif Worms, BcnM lleail,Soro
KycErilwla. Itch, tvnrfm r)l-i.nlnrailoii. nl 'tlm
Siln. llSmorsand lWnnMof tlioHkiii, of hat
oter name or nature, aro IIU-ral!r ilnir up and car.
rledout of thesVRtem In a short lime hy tliousoot
these Hitters. Ono bottle In such cases will eon
vlnco tlio most Incredulous ol their curatlt c elTeet.
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blouil whenever you find IN
Impurities burstlns throuRlt tho Rkln In t'lraple.
Eruptions or Sores ; clean) It whin yuil find it
ob'tnictert and riuireNh in tho veins i clean w It
when It la fmit.nnd jour fcelliiKs ill tell you u hen.
Keep the bluuil pure, nnd tho health of the system
l'INt TAI'K, and other WOlt.MS, nrklnt:
In thu syFteni of so ninny thouiands, are effectually
Ucstrojeil nnd renmeil.
BOt.T) IIV AM. imUIKUSTS ANI DliAI.I'.ltS.
J. WAMii'.lt, Proprietor. 11. Ml IKIN'AI.II tc
CO., Urui.m"'ts n'l'l Hen. AkciiIs. Rm I riuiiiK'u,
Unl., aiidiUnudslUoinmerca Mn ct, .New lork.
JAMES E. EDDENS,
NEW HOPE, MISSOURI,
0 AE2ltman & Co.'s
TLo Ouly Gouulno
Tli resit in i! Much inc.
C. AnltiJinit : Co. Root & Piatt,
.Mii iiil'-.i'luri lt, (lin'l Ak'H,
Canton, Ohio. I St. LouIn, Mo.
TWO STYLUS of HORSE POWERS,
l.itl.t and Ten Hone.
Tho Improved "Cary" Power.
Tlio Couiiiousuting Powor, oltbor
"Mouatod" or "Down."
A commendable slnbittun rslitl among Tl.reil.cfi
"t. own the hot Maihllie ill the 00111.01.''
Ni thing il nirae fllugrrrahie to tlicui tlisa to lisvr
Ijriuctl luinpljiii Hut their oik Is l,i t tlopcily dune,
or to liae aljib:e time bjf ,t.i,i. el brrakai'.cl, nj
the i.iiiitU bi; two caicIu! in selecting a Machine-,
TJio Kwoopstakoi in iho accrodltod
rionil ef Ihr 1 kirslilii MaiMiie lainlly, and Its
I.UI'l '.Kilt M HI N" I II. Juialilny, limplliilr, eaie
of iltall, style of liiilih, an.l lapaclly lor llitriMni; and
clcjiiinit turn lit loi i,.atkii, Ultr ai.J better than any
other, arc si.kiioulcjcJ.
Tlio i;roat rnputatlon nclilovod liy
thin la.crilc Machine has ltd scm.l iniictupuloin
mantilacturtis sad m.ii.cirus sfcnli to attach the name
cl f'hVl.l.liTAi;i a" la ionic way cit ether to their
machines and ajvriti.cmeiitl, tn tnulcad and deceive.
To oiJ dccej'tiua ice that every Machine has the
card "C. Altllman Co., Manufactdien, Canton,
Ohio,," in eiltlcltcii, toniplcuuuily ca both sides ot'
Thn Gouitino Swoomta1o( enables
tho thresher o pick Id. customeis, selJura stops
Kir rrpaiis, lasts much longer than ethers, laics much
grumbling and vexalion, docs tlie same amount c(
work with lets labor, and enables hint to select the belt
aad most profitable Jobs.
Tho farmer irivos it too preference,
and eltcn aa extra pike per bushel, becauie it tlueihes
clean from the licaui, separates perlectly, from the straw,
cleans for msrktt, without wane, saves all the grain,
dees Its work with the utmoil speed, safely, and econo.
my, and docs not keep a gang ef men aad teams about
it oa expenie, ....
The Elegant " Patent Pivot Side Gear," is to
found only on the "Sweepitakel."
The "Patent Cleaning Apparssts'
ensblcs the operator to control the direction of the
blast, and poiltlon ef the Mevei, and cleans elit.tr
heavy, or light grsln, without waste, ss fait ss It car.
be threihed the chair and dirt, being separated from
the grain nsroKit IT stkikes th sibves at Ait.
Safety CoupUnpsi f" Tumbling Rods, which. .Jjjgl
ssvs money, time and danger to maa sad besit.trs
luraisaca on an our macum...
A Written Warranty dsUrers-f wltf
Tho "Sweeptake "Is nsuslly s verf sesres
article after harveit, sad parlies should okubr karly.
Separators, Hons Powers, Straw Stackers, Gears or
lacks, sold separate when desired.
Call or send and get a Pamphlet Circular, giving
full description and particulars, together with prices)
T. Co KELSEY,
WIIiL IlltAW PLANS AND aPEClVIOaVTIONS
7tVir rt )) "Vvooio r P lln illtnrto i
a. vi etc wiiioocxj uf i t tn sfi yesj
Also Tor Uririgcs aud .ill work in the
Ol'VlCi: t l'LANirtli MILLS oaWAItaUtSU.
January 5, 1871 ly
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