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Benefits of Advertising.
. ♦
Bread is the stafl" oflife, so is adver
tising the staff of business. Blessed
are they who do not advertise, for they
shall rarely he troubled with a cus
tomer. You can't eat enough in n
week to last you a year, and you can't
advertise on that plan either. Busi
ness can go without advertising, so
can a wagon go without greasing, but
in both cases it is hard work. No
bolls ring sojoud as a good advertise
ment. People are more apt to heed
what they read than what they hear.
Those who take the lead in pushing
their business through the newspaper.
• generally take the lead in everything
else. If you don't mean to attend to
your business, and prefer a slender in
come while your neighbors grow rich,
it won't pay to advertise. Judicious
• advertising is sure to bring large re
turns, to increase your business repu
tation, to add to your acquaintance.
If you haven't business, advertise
If you have business, advertise. It is
a "poor rule that wont work both
ways." A place well advertised is
known to many, while one not adver
tised is known only to a few passers
by. Quitting advertising in dull
times is like pulling down a dam
when water is low. When trade re
vives, it will rush by him who does
not stay it with ready customers.
The way to have such always on
hand is through advertising.
A Carson City photographer treats
each customer who will take it. to a
drink of liquor, in order to get the
proper "pleased expression" on the
face.
The Philadelphia Times. 1884.
THE TIMES will enter upon the new
year stronger and more prosperous
than ever before in its history —more
widely read and quoted, more heartily
commended, and more fiercely criticised
with a more complete organization,
and an abler staff of contributors—and
with the same independence and fear
lessness that has made it successful
and powerful in the past.
TIIE TIMES lias no party to follow,
on candidates to advance, but will meet
eyery issue, as it has ever done, with
consistent deyotiou to the right, to
honest government, had the public
welfare. And, while maintaning its
position as the leading paper of Phila
delphia, it will aim to be continually
in advance in all that can add val
ue to a newspaper.
The value of a newspaper is not in
its size or dispiay, but in the intelli
?ence and care, the conciseness and
reshness with which it is edited. THE
TIMES spends laivshly for news from
all parts of the world, but all its dis
patches are carefully edited and conde
nsed, in order to giyo the complete
news of the day in the most concise
and attractive shape, and with it a
large variety uf entertaining and in
structive reading. The best writers at
home and abroad are imployed to en
rich its colums, and to make it a jour
nal adapted both to the busy man and
to the leisure of the home circle, a wel
come visitor to intelligent and honest
citizens of every political, religious,
and social taste.
THE WEEKLY TIMES is altogether
different from the weekly newspapers of
twenty years ago. The telegraph and
better local newspapers everywhere, es
pecially in the thriving centres of rural
population, have made the old weekly
• metropolitan newspaper unsatisfying.
Those that clir.g to their ancient usag- j
es have lost their hold on our forward-!
moving people; they are but shadows i
of their former greatness, and they
have but a shadow of their former po\v
er. Those papers have had their use
fulness, but it is gone; and, with it,
they are going, too. It was not i.he
fault of papers; it was the improve
ment of the country that broughta
bout the change. "Men and wouien,
wherever they live, now require freshei
news; and they require more than
news.
THE WEEKLY TIMES gathers off
the types ot ever}; passing week what
ever has lasting interests to people at
large, and sets it before them in such
generosity of paper and print as would
have astonished us all twenty years ago.
DAlLY—Twelve cents a week, fifty
cents a montn, $5 a year, two cents ii
copy.
SUNDAY —Four cents a copy, $2 a
year.
WEEKLY—One copy, $2 a year;
five copies, $8 a year; ten copies, §ls a
year; twenty copies, $25 a year, with
one copy free to the getter-up of every
club.
THE TIMES,
Philadelphia.
DID YOU
ever read a patent medicine advertise
ment ? Yes, say you; one can't pick up
a paper now-a-days that is not one-half
medicine advertisements. No doubt of
it. Column after column of most won
derful cures performed on Jones and
Brown away off somewhere.
But did you ever read of a manufac
turer of a medicine who had the cour
age, or had sufficient confidence in his
medicine himself to say. "if you are not
cured or benefited go to where you
bought the medicine and demand your
money and it will be given to you."
You didn't? Well, neither did we;
but there are such remedies neverthe
less.
Are you troubled with torpid or dis
eased Liver, inactive Kidneys,Billious
ness, Constipation, &c., &c\, use Mc-
Donald's improved Liver Pills— money
refunded to dissatisfied purchasers.
Do you inherit Scrofula or Erisipi
las? If so, try McDonald's Great
Blood Purifier— money refunded to dis
satisfied purchasers.
Do you want to feel secure from those
frightful and oftimes fatal visitors,
Croup and Whooping Cough, as well as
having in the family the one incompar
able cough medicine for all colds and
lung troubles. Then buy Dr. Kessler's
famous cough medicine— money refund
ed to all dissatisfied purchasers.
Do you waut a whole Drug store in a
little glass bottle: then secure at once,
Curtis' Carmelite Cordial: the greatest
medicine ever devised for Cholera, Dys
er-tory, Diarrhoea, Cramps, Ac. Xev
er was equaled as a general family pain
curer — money rtj undid, to dissatisfied
purchasers.
llave you reason, from symptoms i \-
liibited, to suspect that any of your
: children are troubled with worms? li
so, let me say to you, for smullncss of
dose, easiness to take, ofiieatiousmss,
as a worm destroyer, McDonald's Cele
brated Worm Powders have no equal
011 earth — mourn n funded to dissnti. /'<d
' purchasers.
Ilave you a valuable horse for which
' you want a medicine to enrich the
j blood , improve the appetite and digest
, tion , make his coat flossy, eye urKhl
aiui step elastic? (Jive him McDon-
Taid's Tonic and Blood puiit'viiig Horse
and Cattle Powder. We don't think ii
; it possible to produce a better medicine
| for stock.
Don't use it unless your animal is
! sick and needs a medicine. If you want
to use a stock powder for fun. buy
somedody else's — Money r< fundi ' indis
satis fit d nurchets* rs.
Dr. Barber at his Drug store, in
Midflloburgh, Snvder coumy, IVnna ,
keeps these remedies for sale and is au
thorized to refund the money to any
dissatisfied timer. Now ask yours, If
the question, can I afford to place a
humbug before you under the above
conditions, or would a druggist of .1
r.isenhuth's standing and reputation
he likely to have these medicines in
his store, much less recommend them,
it they were not medicines of merit .
J. A. MCDONALD,
Central Pennsylvania Pharmacy,
Reedsville, Pa..
Sole Manufacturer and Proprietor.
JOHNSTON, IIOLLOWAY X CO, AOTS.,
I_4l Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. Kesslcr s Celebrated Eng
lish Cough Medieine,
The reliable and never failing
standby in croup or whooping centgh.
L'neg nailed as a remedy in colds and
all lung troubles. Pond waste time
and endanger previous It c >■ e.ep ei
menting with worthless medn ines, hid
get flit' best at oiiee.
MPXE y HEFFXPEP TO pi<-
SJ TISFJEI) PUIK'IIASEHS.
Me Donald*s Improeed Lieer Tills
are endorsed bg eminent physicians
and used by them in their daily prae
tiec. Trial package free.
MOXEY EEEIIXDED To PIS
SA TISFIEP FFIit'UASETS.
For smallness of dose, easiness to
take and effectieeness as a worm de
stroyer, Me I loan Id's t 'elebraft'd 11 oem
Powders surpass anything on earth.
Enti rely em jet able.
MOXEY REFI'XPEP TO Pl<-
SA 2* IS FIE D PI'IiCJIASEES.
Dr. Kessler's Cough Medicine. McDon
ald's Improved Liar Pills ami <\ Icbrat
cd lloi'/H Powders arc sold and warrant
ed by li. M. Ely. Xewport, Pa., John
son, Hollow ly A Co., Philadelphiaage ds
Sal dbu J. Eist ■n h 111 h.
MILLHEIM, P. I.
jimo Ijotd.
Xos. 317 & 319 ARCH ST.,
PHILADELPHIA.
RATES REDUCED TO $2.00 PER DAY,
The traveling public will .still Hud at l!i-
Hotel tlie same libera! provision for their com
fort. It is located in the immediate centre-, of
business and places of amusement ami tie di. r - I
ferent Rail-lload depots, as well as all parts ot (
tbe city, are easily accessible by Street Cars
constantly passing the doors. It oi.'is sp* t tal
inducements to those visiting the city for busi
ness or pleasure.
Your patronage respectfully solicited.
Jos. M. Feger. Proprietor.
MtffnuXty. <&oumGg I
For Rale at the flillheim Journal Store
ADVICE TO MOTIIEKK.
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child fullering and crying
with pain of cutting teeth ? if so, send at once
and get a bottle of Ntn. WINSI.OW'S SOOTHING
SYKVI* FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. Its valm IS
incalculable. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces iutlammatiou, and give- tone and oner y
to the whole system. MRS VVJNSLOW'S SOOTH
' INO SYltl'P FOR CHILDREN TEETHING is plea- tut
to the taste, and is the prescription of one of
the old'-st and best female physicians and nurs
es in the United States, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Price u-Y
cents a bottle.
PENNSYLVANIA
STATE COLLEGE.
Wiliter Term begins Inn. 4, !HSJ.
This institution is located in one of the most
beautiful and healthful spots of the entire Alle
gheny region. It is open to students of both
sexes, and offers the following courses of study:
1. A Full Classical Course of Four Years.
2. A Full Scientific Course of Four Years.
3. A Latin Scientific Course.
4. The following SIM-CIAL COI'IISES, of two
years each following the first two years of
the Scientific Course (a) AGRICULTURE ;
(b) NATURAL IIIStOR Y; (c) CIIIiMIS
TY AND PHYSICS: (it) CIVIL ENGIN
EER INC.
5. A short SPECIAL COURSE in Agriculture,
(i. A short SPECIAL COURSE m Chemistry.
7. A Classical and Scientific Preparatory Cour-e.
8. SPKCIA E C<USES are arranged to meet the
wants of individual student .
Military drill is required. Expenses for hoard
and incidentals very low. Tuition free. Young
ladies under charge of a competent lady Princi
pal.
For Catalogues, or other information,address
JJEO. W. ATI! ARTON. I'ME-IDUNT,
LYR STATE COLLEGE, CENTRE CO., Fa,
PATENTS.
F. A. Lehmaun, Solicitor of American and
Foreign Patents, Washington, I). ( . All bnsi
ness connected with Patents, whether before,
the Patent Office or tlie Courts, promptly at
tended to. No charge made unless a patent is
secured. Send for circular. tf
For wound, djs-
B Isal\l ItU minor' clfildien
and dependent parents entitled when death re
sulted. Claims reopened, restoration, increased
bounty, back pay and discharges obtained.* Ap
ply at once, delay prejudices j our rights. Fees
fixed by law. Address, with stamp, the old e j
tablished firm of EIbSON & CO., Attorneys and
Ciaiai Agents, 917 F ST., Washington, D. C.
YOUP, JOB PRINTING DONE AT
I The Militeiiii Journal (Iflice.
' FINE WORK CHEAPLY EXECUTED. 1
P. 11. STOIfER,
DFAL.F.R IN
I
Clover Seed,
Flour & Feed,
Coal,
1 Plaster &
Salt.
M
I v iiteiiu -R MA!,*KI:I' PEICI- ALW V\S
PAID.
t*v \ full HiipniyorCo.il, Plater ami Salt al
ways on hand and sold at the low> t price
n. -Coal kept under roof at all seasons of
the year.
puhlie patronage respectfully sol let
ed. % fi'.'ly
Stoam Bonding Shops,
{ FARMEDS' M 1 LL>, DA.}
All kinds of bending in wood done
on short notice. Orders Idled for
—IRJIAdIS—
of all sizes, and of the best material.
Bob Sled Runners, Shafts,
Bent Hounds, Plow Handles,
Phaeton Reaches.
Send for price list. Orders by mail
promptly attended to. All work
guaranteed.
j. it. BEAM & SOY.
GO TO
SIMON BROTHERS,
THE BOSS CLOTIUEUS
for your Clothing.
45 MAIN STREE I\
LOCK IIA VEX.
A, SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE i UKTAIL tiliOl KKS,
k epth * largest stock in the
143 MAIN STREET,
LOCK ITAYEX.
r riiii:
1
MILLHEIM JOURNAL
0 O.hß
Pintißg Office
o
is no f .<■ i>t 'i■ d with
Goon i 'MFsni's
and a urge as: <w!ment of
11 1 P1: fa. W tl '?/
fU? i tC*' Q da i/u 'ii iJ □ il haj E
LETTER ITE. JDS,
.VOTE HEADS,
PILL HEADS,
STATEMENTS,
ENVELOPES,
(IECUTARS,
POSTERS,
and, in short, neat and tasty
Job Printing of all kinds
PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
FN uF? A GN
\* "?3 '-1 -A
k £?7i Q feas fi*3o
MIT NX ft CO., of the BCIBOTI: :.E VMUKICAK. c.n
tiij;- ; ;t - g'.llcUorj Air !' '■ cat ' ;vnts. Trr.do
Maries, Copyrights, for the United States, Canada,
England, Frauce, Q&n may, t f e. Hund r.ookaboufc
l'c cnts sent free. T'.iirt c*s;.fT' ree.
IV.I*. nf*oli!i:s'd fin a*r'n AU'.N'N .*' < T). ar.ir.ctir: cl
In the HeiKNTiTiC A> i-iBieAN. tin* iargtc-t.: .-!. nr.d
r"M5t wide! - circulateci s* i :i: craner. $-3.SOa year.
Weekly. BnJenrtid ensrmvlnßa and Interesting il
- Spcclme i copy nf t'ie Scientific A indr*
fenn sent free. Audi Ml ..N tCO., ScirxTJl3o
AMERICAN OUICf, 2; 113 i*< :ul'.ay. Few Writ.
WASTED— LAD1ESTOTAKl' OCU NK W
fancy work at tiieir homes, in city or count
ry, and earn gi6 to per week, muaing goods
for our Fail and Winter trade. Send 15 cents for
sample and particulars. HUDSON MFG, CO.,
267 SIXTH AVE., NEW YORK.
■**-. -• -ant-* *#■; l* ' * - l""VtT —T'.*
,! THE NEW
BHHBHHI
JUURVIIi STORK.
Pvnn Street, Millheitn, P.i. f
i- the <<ii!y cxcl.i ivc
BootSiaiionsry an#. Vnriciy Stare
IN IVIIIIS Vulloy.
We can not i . *iU|> i c ;!it to cnuiucrulo all Ilie
;imN we ! vol.! .■> lie tut there milt be a
l> iiiiuti" •:mi • licro an.l in \VC t. 'i.'ln
Oil
'I BIBLES,
i aiul that h always il gobd lie; iiniiltj: as well us a
Kim il endlnu.
I Kplciidicl Family Silblos, hil
pit Itiblßs, Teacher's Bi
bles, Sunday School
Bibles, Pres
entation
Bibles.
li will l>o to \our interest to < vaniine these be
furo \ nil no to oth 1' p! te "s tu buy,
Pliotogr? ph Albums.
From tlie large tju'irto Cabinet Album <lo\vn to
tliosinall pocket Album holding a dozen
curds, livery style, variety a:.d price.
A large hue of
Autograph Albums,
These are v■■end sellers all the time and are very
suitable for cheap presents.
Scrap Bocks and Pic
tures,
an endb-ss variety, the finest and latest style-,
all sizes and pi ices. In this line wo claim
to have more novelties than any -tore in
the valleys.
It w ill pay you tnronu'and rv min- onr stock of
Velvet Cabinet Frames,
befojeyou buy elsewhere.
/M/ 7-.7', I:\'\ R.Larr.s. HAIIHS,
lwviyii: uins,
INKS. IXKS TA XJ'S, PKXC/LS,
SCHOOL HOOH'S ,
I'HXS, n: .V iioLhi:us, SLA THS
II LA XK HOOK'S,
A I 11 NI I'NIL A./-: HI IKF A NIL I'iwri/t/I I N<l
IN i*.> Il I nuf Sftl/MM'i'l/ 11IN' CAN
L> 11011 A 1 nur stot'C.
Come, See and Buy
AT Tin: NEW
; JOURNAL STORE
ON*
Fenn Street
and at the
LOWEST PRICES.
DRUGS
5 * NEW h
p DRUGSTORE jjj
P -IN TilK- (J
h FDIiS Mills HoiiSf, Q
9 Spring Hills, Fa, ffl
oi —. ~ y
I lD r -i ' ,
I j OF ALL KINDS,
i "Ha ri.it. i INF. or fi)
H PATEUT MEDiUYES, [/)
(fj Elricllj Fine Spices. • w
Q Tailct Articles. Pcrftifficries, w
h CaiifectiGiis, Tolaceo SCigtirs. $
1 *x lie'iis an Apothecary L-1
fVi r-; P' r .Mice Physicians' Pre
kLJ ; scriptions will be carefully coin- f j
i ' 1 rounded
HI C, E, AURAHD. [j
IDIE/D" C3-S
I
S. H. Lenker,
MANUKACTUItEIt AND DEALER IN
| .A.ARONSBURG, IPA.
Chamber Suits, Bureaus, Lounges,
lhdsteads,Stands, Marble-Top Centre
Tables, Breakfast Tables, Dining
] Tables, Extrusion Tables, Sideboards,
' Sinks and all kinds of Kitchen Furni
ture, Cane or Wood Seat Chairs,
j Locket s. Spring Bids, Wire, AYool and
1 Ilair Ma tresses, every sty le of MouhL
| iugs for Picture Frames. Frames of
any size made to order.
Undertaking a Specialty.
A share of the public patronage re
spectfully solicited. 30-ly
PEABOD7 HOTEL,
GthSt. South of Chestnut,
PHILADELPHIA.
Or.e Square South of the New Post
| Office, one lntlf Square from Walnut
St. Theatie and in the very business
centre of tlie city. On the American
and European plans. Good rooms
fiora 50cts to S3XO per day. llemodel
; ed and newly furnished.
*\V. PAINE, M. D.,
40-ly Owner & Proprietor.
' '* *" 1 ■— —■ l l ■ ■— -'T ■ T— n 1 n ■ "li 111 . 1 -—'fir- i m mrtjmi i* w
I
J
JVIILLHEJM
The Oldest,
The Largest,
The Cheapest,
Most Reliable
Establishment
in thi- part of Pennsylvania.
Monuments,
Tablets
and
Headstones
maim fact lived in the most
artistic style aitd of the best
material.
All work warranted' and
put up in the most substan
! y ;
fiat manner.
I'strOur prices are so low
that it will pap persons in
| need of marble ivork to give
: us a call.
DEININGER S. MUSSER
Proprietors.
Shops oast of Bridge, Main St.,
Hillheim, Pa.
Lewis!®! mi Tyrone Railroad Time
Tile,
LEAVE WESTWARD.
1 .1 5 7 0
A, M. A. M. P. M P. M. r. M
Mill)( union 7 Of) 9.10 2.05 (>.OO 7.M
l/n\M.un< 7.25 10 01 2.20
Fair Ground 7''l 10.1 *1 2.21
Welti 7.10 10.27.
V'rk o)iu - ,; 7.11 M.W 2.10
Ml 111 In burg B.ooar 11.09 ar2. 55 '
If. 5 c.*
WilliuonL 8,22 3.28
im tit ul ton k.;i:i n. m
Wlker Itun 8.57 l.'Hi
'"berry Hun 0.15 4.2.1
Fowler 0.25 4.17
• t: Hi it 0.11
Bpring MlllsnrlO.ls nr.5..0
I.EA YU EASTWARD.
3 4 <; H 10
A. M. r. 51.
luring Mi 115..... 6.50 1.50
obuni 0 18 2.20
ow If r 0.28 2.00
berry Itun 0.48 2.55
Vikfr Ktitt 7.05 8.15
iif.iflton 728) |t
■ iilinoiit 7.40 3.52
A.M.
UlllinlMMMT H.OO . 11.15 4.!5
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■ icksltiif if 8.1,1 12.10 4.".2
.liflll K2O 12.17 4.08
!'"lr tJiotinil a M. 8.50 12.33 4.48 r. M.
I.ewlsliurg .:5 8.45 12.50 5.10 7.."t0
Moiiiiuuloiiar. (>,isar.o.(J tar 1.05m*.5,20ar 7.40
N'nt. 1 and 2connP:tat Montaiulon with Krie
MallWfst; .'t and 4 with Sea .shorn Fxpieas
C ist; 5 and 0 wltii Hay Express and Niagara
Express Wfst; 7 and "8 with Ka.it Lino West; 0
mii 10 with WlUlamsport Accommodation
Cast.
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f 320 Race ntrent, Pa. |
Smith's German Olio i
The Cireat German Remedy
HHEUMATISM,
rifiirilslsi, and all Oikfinri
of lite Slotuarh, ItuucU, Blood,
Livfr nail Hidnry*.
For Kale hy all Dealers is ledifine, at 50 feals a Bottle.
Prepared aad sold at Wholesale by the
GASMAN OLIO COMPANY,
(LIMITED,)
32 'lYillowAlrrrl, Willlaiukporl, I*a.
PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE AGENCY:
Johnston, Holloivay & Co., 602 Arch SL
Ninilb, li Hue A Co.,
30'.' & all NOUTII TlilUD -STUEET.
F~ "BSDBWSS' r HUTU
N. H. DOWNS' I
Vegdiabla Balcomic
For the cure of
g Ccnsumption, Cells, Cat&rrh, E
B Group, Astbaa,. Heurisy, Ecarseness, p
Spitting Bleed, BrencMtls, k
and nil di-ea<os of the Throat, Chest, and E9
Lungs. In all casca where this Elixir is
" uswl its efficacy ia at once manifested, con-
c.im vincinj the most incredulous that Q
CCKSUMPTEON 3S
St is not incurable, if properly auoudod to £6
„ At its commencejicnt it is Lut a slight irrita- Cf®
tion of the m< mbrano v hu h covers the Lungs; I
as then an inflotuation, when the rough Is rather I
g5 dry, local fever .and the pulse more frequent, the
cheeks flushed and chills more common. This jjjj
® Elixir In curing the ohovo complaints, oper-I,
ates so as 1o remove nil morbid irrita- Bp
Potions and iirflamatlon from the lungs BR
to the surface, aad finally expel them from |gj
B the system. It facilitates expectoration.
lb heals tho ulcerated surfaces
and relieves the cough and makes the breath- £-■
|u ing easy. It supports the etrength and at the SB
{*;•* same time reduces the fever. 11 is free from Lys
!"•; strong opiate and astiingeut articles, which are Rj
Ml of so drying n nature as to be in great danger of
B®| destroying the patient; whereas this medicine
rS never dries or stc>ps the cough, but, by remov
tea ing theoarsc, consequently, when the cougli
is cured the patient is well. Send address for
Km pamphlet giving full directions, free.
gH Price 35 cts., 50 cts., anil SI.OO per bottle. tS
SOLD EYBRWHERE.
O nriRT, JOHSSOS * LORD, Props., Burlington, Tt. H
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Address T >. f. 1.. ban.'.ROlt, Pi-e i't n:td Physician In Chars*
Central EeJ. ft i ar-r. !ns':'iUe,f>2') Ufi: I *!., 8. bonis. Mo.
Successor to LT. Lutts'l'lspcnse. b.tsbllsbcd 80 Year a.
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Wo have stores in 15 leadingr Cities,
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Our Fnctories and Prinripnl Clnlfes are at
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terms to agents Address
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I ESs LUSELL PHILADELPHIA,PA.
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and the Courts, fteasoanble terms. Opinion as tol
patentability^freeofchajge^^iencMFo^ircular^J
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STEAM ENGINES,
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FA24UIIA2 IEYSTCOT COBS FUSTE2
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force-fejd fertttxer dUtidhntor In the
riiirita
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Siiil'sToiiicSynii
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and ACUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL KALAR!AL DISEASES. - '
The proprietor of this celebrated medi
cine juatly claims tsr it a superiority over
all remedies ever offered to the pablie for
tho SAFE, CEETAUf, SPEEDY and PEB
MANEIii" cure of Ague and Fever, or Chilla
aud Fever, whether of short or long stand
ing. He refeu to the entire Western and
Southern country to bear him testimony to
the truth of the assertion th&t in no can
whatever will it fc.il to cure if the direc
tions are strictly followed and carried out.
In a great u&ny cases a single dose has
been sufficient for a cure, and whole fami
lies have been cured by a single bottle, with
a perfect restoration of the general health.
It is, however, prudent, and in every ean
more certain to euro, if its use is continued
in smaller doses for a week or two after tho
disease has been cheeked, mere especially
in difisrolt and long-standing cases, Dsn
ally this medicine will not require any aid
to keep the bowels in good oider. Should
the patient, however, require a cathartic
medicine, after having taken three or four
doses of the Tonio, a single' dose of BtTLL'B
VEGETABLE FAMILY FILLS will be suf
ficient.
BULL'S BAESAPAMLLA Is the old and
reliable remedy for impurities of the blood
and Scrofulous alfeotions—ths King of
Blood Purifiers.
DR. JOHN BULL'S VEGETABLE WORM
DESTROYER is prepared in the form of
oandy drops, attractive to the sight and
pleasant to the taste.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S SARSAPARULA,
BULL'S WQR S J DESTROYER,
The Popular Remedlee of the Day.
Prißfiiial nfllcr, ftS! Main St., LOUISVILLE, KT.
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THE MOST POWERFUL if 11|\\
ALL KINDS OF W
TANKS, PIPE, PUMPS, Etc.
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BUCHANAN, MICHIGAN.
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AND THE NOIBELEBB
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Tbe TRIUMPH REAPERS are unequalod foe
simplicity in construction, case of management,
light weight, durability and good working capacity
in all conditions of grain.
The NEW CLIPPER has all the advantages of
the OLD CLIPPER MOWER with many valuable
improvements. ,
Bknd fou ILLUSTRATED Circulah.
GOOD AGENTS WANTED in unoccupied territory.
D. S. IYIORG&N & CO.,
Brockport,MonroeCo,,N.Y.
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