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THE jTCORMICK MACHINES.
The 1
## THE RELIABLE!
\ One-Wheeled Self-Raking Reaper
THE ADVANCE!
—r* . , Reaping Five Feet Wide,
c om {|i ne( | Two-Wheeled Machine,
j ' Wit li a serrated Sickle and havin'; s. ocpn
' * with a smooth edgeU Unite. Tlie Sickle ha
is our leading Machine. It embraces every
individual feature of the I'ni/K Mown it, and all the essential feature* of the Ukliaiii.k
Sh v-Kakhi. It is easily and quickly changed (Tom a lleaner to a Mower, and ci" wxa,
uhile it is the Simple*!, Lightest and im.il rllieient t’ornhined .Machine in the tnurkel.
We have made some changes in this machine, in view of pei (acting it a little
more in case ol handling, updating and durability, hut have not thought of trying to
improve its working features, either as a lienper or Slower; lor without equivocation,
we mu mu that the Advanei mastered the grain and gums crops in lK7'i ns no other
combined Sell Maker did, and has in three years’ growth advanced to the from, and to
ds\ is what her name indicates—the advance of all others,
Mineral Point, Win., March 30th, ISTI.
To the People:
As the time approaches when you who are not supplied will wish
• purchase a IIKA I’l N(i OK MOW I N(I M A(’111 NO, allow ns to cull your atten
tion to the MctoKMlt K MAPI I INKS, partially described above. Wo are the
oldest Mannluelnring House in the trade We still keep our Machines in a vigor
ous youth, mid lids year we intend to and nionsirute that wo have advanced far
ahead ol all others in valuable improvement*, perfect workmanship, and cnnpleto
ndsplation id our mneliiiies In the wants of this progressive age. We emi say
nothing about our Machines that others, having poorer machines will not ho w ill
ing to say about theirs: hence we solicit a calil fin amm kiticai, inspection of our
machines, and a thorough trial of them alongside of any others through the en
tire having and harvest, tin l purchaser agreeing to keep and pay for the one suit
ing him the l est Indeed, we court a free and thorough trial ol them, as the only
true test of our claims to superiority. It is a safe plan to beware of machines
that you cannot gel leave to try at vmir leisure.
(’. 11. UrSSKI.L,
(Icneral Traveling Agent, Mineral Point, Wia. '
For discriptive Circular and Price Lists, and our
ADYA NC E NEAYSI' APE R!
Nddrcim, Messrs P>iti:wi:aA ITsuo i i:uo\, Local Agents, or C 11 Ut’SSKLL,
(ieneral Traveling Agent, Mineral Point, Wi*.
“TOR UKPAIR I’A UTS "®*
Address, or call upon the followin'.' parties at the following places:
Hrewer & Penhallegon Mineral Point Wis,
Fisher brothers Fennimoro, “
11. 11. Fiteh, Darlington,
A. 15. hlamdiard, lilanehardville, “
15. Dodge, Arena, “
(Jerber A Ilro., Spring Green, “
,Jacobs A hums, Dinden, “
11. Heacb A Cos., Fruirie duCliitMi, “
I 111. II Kilt IST IT; IK r.UD, IN CvsM, luK
CATTLE, HOQS,
AnU Kit, KINDS OK I’.OIM I’llOlUVt
KTSSKI.I. PUKWKUfc PEN 11A 1,1. KU OX.
Mineral Point, NS s**., March doth, I S7I Id-tf
POST OFFICE
BOOK STORE
ld.lt i\ hooks, ISellOol hooks,
I"V Hooks and (till Hooks
<'lK( I I,ATING hIhhAUV
\\ till Paper, Curtain Paper,
Hiistie Shades, r ro ds, Tassels
and 1 orniet's, Gold hens ami
Albums, Pocket Knives. Pip.
Hires, Cards and Portfolios,
Writing Paper, Fnvelopes,
Inks and Pens, Daily Papers,'
Magazines. Ado els, Ac.,*
AT nIK
Post Office Book Store.l
I*. MUKIAd,
Hi c rl fulfil, 1, Dit. tj |j
BATTLE OP BO VIM E.
This was art event of great histor
ical importance, and lasting in its
results, and nas been annually com
memorated in all quarters of the
globe, wherever the descendants of
the victors are sufficiently numerous
to muster a respectable procession.
This battle was fotisrht in 1690, on
the River Boyne. in Ireland, between
the forces of "William, Prince of
Orange, (who was husband of Mare,
the daughter of Janies II..) and the
adherent? of tint gloomv and super
stitious prince. l, who sold his king
dom for a mass,' as some of his own
followers contemptuously expressed
it. The folloWet? of William were
called Orangemen, from the name of
his house, and in their historical cele
brations and associations are still
thus designated. James It., who
was then t)uke of \ ork. succeeded
his brother Charles to the throne of
0 real Britain and Ireland, and took
t lie oath, when crowned, to maintain
the established religion. lie took
this oath in subtility with a deter
mination to break it, or render its
force nugatory, lie was a Papist,
and be did everything that tie could to
weaken Protestantism and strength
cn Popery (and with such indis
creet zeal as to alarm the judicious
Catholics for the probable conse
quent s). The Protestants were
alarmed for their liberties, and, cn
ranged at the perfidy of their King,
and dethroned him. This occasioned
the revolution of 1(588, that led to
James' vacating hts kingdom, and
: leaving the count rv and taking refuge
jin Prance, and to the crowning of
l illi am and Marv, and investing
I th cm with authority over the realm.
; Louis Nl\ ~ who then reigned in
I 1‘ ranee, viwed James both with con
| tempt and pity, being jealous of the
| power of Willialn, delermind to aid
I-lames, ami sent an army into Ireland
| for the purpose, but his efforts were
lof little avail in behalf of the de
| throned monarch. The French forces,
with the Irish adherents of James,
! made their last, stand lor that bigoted
| and unfortunate king on the Rivet
1 Bovin*, north of Dublin, and the con
' lest between the two rivals fur the
| British throne was then decided in
1 what is called by way of courtesy
I the Battle of Boyne. It was not
: much of a battle. There was little
| blood shed. It ought to have been
called a race, and had it been so de
nominated, the friends of James
would have been the victors, for thev
were swift of foot and did outrun the
Orangemen, and escaped out of the
contest with slight bodily injury.—
But this battle,through comparative
ly bloodless, was the battle of the
age, so far as British affairs were
concerned, and decided the contest
between Protestantism any Poperv
in that kingdom for ages to come,
and had a powerful influence in slop
ing the subsequent destinies ol Con
tinental Europe. It was the moral
questions involved and decided by
the Battle of Bovne llu*l has led the
descendants of the conquerors o
that u#l asiou to celebrate the da\ .
It is to them somewli.it like the
Fourth of July to us, and the great
national day celebrated a short time
since among the Norwegians to
them, and the unification of Germany
to Bermans, —a day of the triumph
of what they regard as important
principles, and in this view dear to
them—svinhol both of the triumph
of ilieir civil and religious faith, and
suc h as men in all ages viewed with
reverence and celebrated with de
monstrations of jov. and with this
view the instincts that impel to the
observance ol such davs are Commen
dable and ennobling, and have been
so regarded from tbe beginning.—
The Egyptians, the Hebrews, the
Greeks and the Homans had their
davs, tvpieal of important events.’
that thev observed with great re
ven nee, and hardly any calamity
woiihl permit them to neglect tin
accustomed observance. The prin
ciple of local association must lade j
from the mind, and the great ethical
and intellectual elements that men’
admin* must he haui>hed from the
earth before they will cea-e In vm
crate and honor days assoc ated with
the triumph ol great principles.
(Ur of the tlr.ee hundred and seven
1 million pent le earned on English rail
| read- in iMi'.t, only seventeen were kill*
'■ I• v causes beyond their own control,
while in the streets ot London one han
j Ired and forte persons were killed, and
! it is estim ited that the orange peel on
Lord,.,, p\\ .mi, nts kills ll -re | i| le
Inin all tin* Kn_,ish railroads
its \ v e v icm : u mitti r
nou:\ i!
I - ' • *
ml. tlh.? M > it. on ihr I* *!w '•
> ■ ’ | t |ll*
ut.U 4 ' ACftr* v( ti *. U Uuilti t. A fine orvlmrj,
A Large Dwelling House!
,1. \ i l*u . ♦ U I ;*MI 1 * s- I- -i- '
limit • f iiviiu: it. |>l*cf Tf ■* fan.! rji.
.*• ,l;l *i; *- ai " • \ , < i ",r ; *.■*. j*..
l.i> Ml I \* ' t courtly, lo in*4ire ;u
*k * s’ * t ! ' t •f t f
S•. - V
v I* t* a c at t! >t me I Fir ul lltr
HfOi • I I* * r y’-l r|Tf l!:f t *
■ , I' N S T K R.
U*.< r*l n. f n Hirch ) , >ll. -#
2:40!
CLEAR THE TRACK!
Tilt LARGEST STOCK OP
HARDWARE!
STOVES
AND
TINWARE!
IN THE WEST !
JEFF. HILDRFTH
HAS JEST PILLE
TWOLARGE STORES
with tfoo-lfl. He hfl<* more ret In j*fore,
and cau K<-*t more, if he haunt enough.
UK 18 BOUND TO SELL AS
CHEAP!
AS ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST.
EDWARD DEVLIN!
A first-class tinsmith, has charge of the
MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT!
Call in ami get your Tin !
R E S—
ON
COMMERCE STREET.
CLANCY*’* old Rt/vnd, ami the new store next to
HaKI LKT k JKUCK.
JEFF. HILDRETH.
Mineral Pt.,'March “-Olf—
Who wants cheap
Dry Goods? Every
body. Where can
you gut them ? AI
G undry Al Gray’s.
Ext r a inducements
offered! The Largest
stock, Best goods and
Lowest prices. Ev
ery article warranted
as represented. One
price to all. Large
lots of New Goods
received eekly !
Great Bargains in
Di *ess Goods,Shawls,
Cloakings, Cloths,
Cassimeres, B 1 an Iv
eta, Flannels, Jeans,
Prints, Delaines,
Domestic, Co(tons,
A:c., <fcc, Onr .Mer
chant Tailoring Dc
partment, in charge
of iMr. Amberg is un
rivaled in this section
lor sty le, durability
and cheapness. A
choice assortment ol
our own inaniitactiire
always on hand.
('all and be con
vinced that you can
save money by mak
ing your purchases ol
ns.
(irNDRY k GRAY.
I Min rfi Foist. "I*- **
J.H. CARTWRIGHT,
WATCHMAKER
JEWELLER
and dealer hi
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
WATCAES, CLOCKS. JEW
ELLERY. GOLD PENS,
FINEST CUTLERY,
TOILET ARTI
CLES. NO
TIONS.
AC.
Also gtil fur he eelehrstei
FRENCH ACHROMATIC
LENSES!
ground nreuralely to-8t tli* j;U-ns<-simodjifing
SPKtTAfLK A\l) KVK tLASS IILWSKS,
U
Ol Uold, SHcr, fine SStefc,
Kiibkvr mul Mttll.
I Harr the finest es?:ihlishment of the hind within
one hunJrt'f) milss, to which the ultenthm *’l llw* juh•
lie is i; vil<l All goods rnleil to he repre
sented. Hi pulrliij; 1 1 m rites. cKieks.etc. don#
on t shorl notice, and satisfaction iiuurHUieed,
J.II.CAKTWUHiHT,
High St,, Ann I*U. My
LUMBER!
JAMES HUTCHINSON,
(Office opposite Slracltans warehouse.)
Keeps always on hand for Sale a large stock c 8
Lumber,
Lath..
Shingles,
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
(and all materials usually found in an extensive
uumbeh ya-RDi
Buyers are invite 1 to examine our stock and pr
jy Yard near the Depot.
Weighing Scales,
; rear of Office. *
; STEHKOSCOI’HS !
VIEWS,
ALBUMS,
CUROMOS,
IRAMES
E.& 11. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
M'l Ukoapwav, Nkvv Yoiik,
| Invite Hie attention of the Trade to tluir extensive
assortment uf the above good*, of their vv:u fUlli
'■ cation, ninnvfavnit e aril iw flotation. Alo,
. MIOIO LANTERN SLIDES
and tißAruoscom.
'new views or YOSKSjm;.
E. & II T. AN I HoNY ft ra.
i‘Jl BauAowAV, Nkvv Voxk,
Opposite Melrapolilna Hole'..
fkiroRTKKH k\V> MAM t Jl"I CI.kHS OK
rll ()TOO UAPI 11 (.’ MA T KU I A LP.
3ST E W
Boot and Shoe Store,
In HUBS’ Building, opposite iIEUBKR’S Saloon.
Ilavlag received a choice lot of
RICHARDSON'S BOOTS & SHOES!

! Jim piHjpared i* supply the public at reasonable
rate*.
Hoatfrand Shoes of all grades made to order.
REPAIRING!
Do,no wit# aealnees ami dispatch. A share of lit#
public patronage is respectfully solicited.
Willi am sands.
Mineral l’t , March at, ISTI
- The aotire tne.hetnai
JR qualities nf Poke lioH
ate otiinbined with th
Jfas l‘st Tonic preparalKt®
Ejfcg of Iron in
JwsjfT COMPOUND
SYRUP
OK
$ POKE ROOT!
■ Making the preparation
a #9 MX JV the U si Aierative and
'Joint known for
Scrofula, Scrofaloua
4 Tuners, Scrofulous
Diseases of the Eyes.
j_r ■ ■av All suffering iron
XL mRS Va Chronic Diseases. Sro
hen-down Constitu*
tions. or requiring*
& renedy to purify and
enrich the Blood, wt~
Vl*£kf ■ ifVf-■ I£nd Dr. CROCKS Con;
/ psund SY2UT of PCES
* SCOT t 0 be . c ? rw;a
x reliable in Its ao
h\ Diseases of the Shin,
Iwr \|\ if TEictchcs. Finijes
\\ m i Boils, Tetter, Bing*
M' J worn. Salt-Bheuau
/ Nf’jß/ *1 M- ■/ Scald-Head, B.cers.
\\SH- Ivfr if and Sores, are -
I fc’*' cured by the use of A
V Mr' ttfr' Any and 'ease depending
I. ■ 'M* ' '-4r
the Blood
' Jlr/ Oliver Crook & Cfc
Duylon, O.

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