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TIIUltSDAY.APltIL 10.1873
O n lifter Bundsy, November d. l7t
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Ths 2leki Accommodation going east
,v. Chillicothe al ' m.. R.v.ville T w
Riekland furnace, s, It, Hwndan arrira 4
depart . HcAra." M, Vinlon 10 M,
Zile.ki 10 (li. ttoins.VtesV-Z"lei 0"p-m ,
Vinlon 4 , Mi-Aith'ir J 00, H.mden. srrivs
I SO-deprt ( , Richland Furnace, ,
R iyvil I, M, Chillicothe. 8 R
'ram. on Ma PORTSMO'A2l BRANCH
will lo.a Hamrten at IS a.m. and 4 oorm
. .... ... .i p.,rimatiih at II 10a m.and T Cup.
m. Keturaingtrnin till leave Portsmouth at
8 4ta.ro. andla p.m., arriving jiamn.o
Tram, connect a: Uvelsnd for all points on
ha Little Miami Railroad, and t the Indisnsp
alia aad Cincinnati Railroad Jnncti.o for all
point. Waal; al Athen., with thehr"J."'" "J
V u r n. r.rKerihurg. with roe d.
Master of Transportation.
TWILi run a luck from Wilkeille to
M.mH.n .nd r.lnrn averr Mond.T. Wedni-
,ur and Fndy, for the accommoHalion of
lia.aeoiiar. m.Kina clo.e connection aim ma
mail train, on the M. AO. K. R. 1 will alto
i-Krry eipreM package, .hipped to or from
Iho.e point, by the Adama Expreaa Co.
CHABLES . BAMETT, Proprietor
fT7ILLrnnreguirlyto HcAnhur Station
lV to meet all mall traina.
Hack leare. McArthur post office ail2.-00
e'cloak, M. each day, to conneot with mail
order, left at the pout office, McArthur, er
Dnndaa, promptly alindedto.
Hamden, Wilk,iTille and Middleport
HAVING the contract for carrying the mail
between the above point. I will he able to
lurnish conveyance for pacnengfr. and their
baggngeto and from .aid pointa on the follow
ing day.: From Wilkenville to H.mden and
back on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays
and from Wilkeaville to Middleport, Meig.
Co, and back on Tuesday., Thuiadaya and
Baturdaj.. OHN LEVIS.
Pumpkins for Cows.
From a peck ol seed dropped
and covered in the gaps of a
cornfield, a dairy of nine cowa
have been kept up to summer
milking and the quality of the
butter is super-excellent, and
six heifer calves raised from
the above, as fat as moles.
These coffs have been making
about six pounds of lutter per
vveefc, besides supplying new
milk and cream for a gentle
man's house with sixteen in
mates. The pumpkins are
chopped up in ibe manger with
a snade. morninc, noon and
night, about a half a bushel
each lime when cut into pieces.
They eat while being milked
morning and night, and they
come to the yard and go into
the ulable for half an hour at
noon. Beet, carrots and some
o:Iicr roots and Email earb of
corn will follow so as to keep
up Hie supply of milk during
Who Would Not Be A Farmer.
The Luuiiville Courier pays
the lollon ing tribute to the oc
cupation of the farmer; "If a
young man wishes to engage in
business that will insure him
in middle life the greatest
it mount ol leisure time, there is
nothinsr more sure than (arm
ing. It he has an independent
turn of mind let him be a far
mer. If he wants to engage in
a healthy occupation let him
till the soil. In short, if he
would be independent let him
get a spot of earth, keep within
his means, shun the lawyer, be
temperate avoid the doctor; be
honest, so as to leave the world
better than he found it; and
then, if he can not live happily
and die content, there is no
bope for him.
Death of Col. Shepherd.
Col. 0. A. Shephard, former
ly ot Gallipolis, died at Pome-
roy, on Wednesday of last
week, of typhoid fever, after
an illness of five weaks. -
Do served as Captain of the
4ih Virginia Regmentfur three
years, and also as Lieutenant
Colonel in the 173J Ohio
Regiment during the last year
of the war.
A schoolmaster said oi Lire
B9lf "I am like a hone, I sharp
en a number or blades, but
wear myself out in doing it."
In Zaleski.
THE Enleaki Company, with avlew to tha
development of the Iwal inlereela of Ul"
ki, to aecure ita permanent pio.penty, aad to
add to ita population and wealth, are now
offering to actual aeUlei a, town lota aodfurm
land, al low price., and on liberal lerma.
Pereona deeiring to examine the properly
aad to buy cheap hoUMa will applv at the
Company' office. In
" 1 ' It. TnOMP'ON, Manager,
taletkl, Ohio, May 18. W.
the new postal law we are aupplymg the peo
ple with our no. nickel while metal ware, of
triple eleclro-nlver plate, pwrpaid to any
partoflha country direct Irom our monubo
Kolwithtandiog a large advene In nickel
we .till oner the good., both plain and fancy
pattern., al former factory rate., and will mail
anv quantity at that price, on receipt of the
Butter knife, pickle fork, ugr poon and
n.nltln liner, each fl GO
Tea pon and nut pick., hall do. 8 to
De.rlknive.,lork and.poona.h.lfdoa. 4 HO
T.hla ' ' 11 11 14 6 00
Renlati ng of old war in the be.t manner, it
nn Kuirnr lhM nrtca.
We will mail to any adrfre. photograph,
n.l price liM nf -our FIE SILVER
the m.ouacture ol which I ipeclalty with
It I. pri.iixe to refer to th editor ol
an uiucinnaii reugioua weeanee.
In what paper uid you tea our kdvertl-
84 Fountain iquare, Cincinnati, Ohio.
31oct87i 8t
IT 31. CO.,
One door wtt of Dan. Will Bro't.
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Farnon wishing to purchase land farm or
town lota in Vinton O' aaioioing counties
find tracl to autl them by oiling.
Person, wishing to .ell land farm or town
lota will have a good chance of doing o by
leaving description, etc. in cir hnnda.
oct2J M.in Street, McArthur, O.
Dr. Duponco's Golden
They never fail, and may bedepended upon
In every caee where the monthly flow ha.
been obstructed thp.ngh cold or diaea.e.
liUPoNCU'd 'iOLbKN PlLWalway give im
mediate relie. A Indy write.: "luponco'.
UolJen Pill, relieved oieinooe day like m.g
Ic." The genuine are now put up in large
wnite boxe conUimng double the nuantity ol
pill., aid upon earn box von will and my
"Private 0.:8. Revenue Stamp." Upon the
stamp ee the word bl'PONCO'B GOLDEN
PI LI A in white letter., without that none
are genuine.
Remember the genuine la In th whit box.
Full and explicit dinclion. accompany each
box. Price ll.uo per box, six boxes 5.iJ.
Hold by one druggist in every to n, village,
citvaod hxmlet throughout I he world.
gold in McArli.ur, O.,
Jly G. W. SISSON. Druggist.
Sule Agent for Vinton County.
By sending him 11.00 threngh the McArthur
0.. Post Office, can have the pilla aentconft
dentially, by mail, to any paitofthe country,
free ofpostftge.
8. b. HOWE, Proprietor, Nework.
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the security of the glorious results off manci
pation and enfranchisement won by the war:
aneLail practicable reforms.
P opposed toiinjusticeana spoliation, ois
isft under the name of protection, and to
all corrupt pany combinations which sacrifice
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Address, WM.C. UKl AN T CO
atoct New York.
Notice to the Stockholders
the Ga'lipolis. McArthur
& Columbus Bailroad Co
A LI, parties having subscribed toth can
ViUI stock ol Ihe ti.. McA. A C. R. R.
hereby requited to make payment to Ihe Sec
retary of the Company, at his office on
Public Square, in (jallmoli, Ohio, or if more
convenient, to I)oiel Will, President of
Vinton County Bank, at McArthur, Ohio,
an installment oi nve dollars on each share
so subscribed, within lea day of ibis dale,
li. McA. C. R. R. Co.
dec 171.
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Whrl.wlllb pleed to see Ms old cus
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eom. J. W.LICU8
Bead Dr. Hcllcnd'i flew Btorj.
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Th publisher of Sc.t.K.a's Moavnir,
promise for tne ensuing year t more brilliant
array of contributors and an increaae in the
varietv and beauty of ita illu.tration, already
conceded by the critic, to be "jlMr Hum aa
ric tar hitherto appeared in any Amencao
Lr. Holland, the editor, will write th aerial
story of th year, which will beautobingraph
leal in form, and will be illustrated by tit
Uallork. In entitled Arthur Honnietle,and
will deal withomeof lh most difficult prob
lem of American life. It will be commenced
in the November number.;
There will be new s'ory by 8xe Holm,
Th on legged bancer.
Bret Hart, th beat writer of hort stone
now living, will contribute a eh.raclensiia
tnry, entitled The Kpic of Fiddlelown.which
will oe illustrated bysheppard.
K. H. Stoddard ill wri.e a eerie ot enter,
talning paper about author., their personal
characten.tica, horn life, familiea, friend.,
whim. nd way. A series of portrait of livx
ing American writers ia.l.o promised.
Clarence (;ook will wnle aliout furniture,
and the decoration of American home.
The.e paper will be eminently practical a
well. arti.tH', and will be illu.truted with
deairn and .ketches by numerous artists in
addition to thoi which the people will fur.
Among (host who will contribute are t
Hna Andersen, Bryant, Uuthnell, Egglea.
ton, Froude, Hignioson, bishop Huntington,
Hret Harle, John Hay, H. II., tlaedon.ld,
Mitchll, M Pheps, Stedm.n, Htockton,
Stodasrd.Celia Thsxter, Warner, Wilkinson,
Mrs. Whitney, beside a host of others.
Th editorial conliol sod direction of the
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Topic of the Time," which the N. Y. Inde
pcudent saya "are mora widely quoted than
any similar paper in any American msga
line." Watson Gllder'will write "The Old C.hU
net;" aa hitherto. If of. John U. Proper con
duct th riepar'wvlht of "Nature and Sci
ence." The drpartaent. of " Home and 80s
ciety"and 'Cultui and Progress," will en
gag he eontrihutsTu ol more than a (core
of pens on both aide of the Atlantic The
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Monthly for September i better than usual,
which Indicate, a needles waste of editonvl
brain, and piibh.hei' money, for the Mig
aane w gool enough before)" And yet the
publisher, proim. toman it still iHiiierior
the coming year.
n suusoription price i it isi year, wiin
pecial rates to clergymen, teachers and post
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bookseller or newsdealer v. ill supply, the
magntine for one year, and the twelve num.
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tion to popular nesirea and needs. Indeed
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trates every month, we must consider it aa
one of the educators as well as entel turners ol
the public mind i for its vast popu'aritv has
been won by no appeal to stupid prejudices
or depiaved tastes. fioffoa (llAt.
The character which thin il'igatint posses,
es for variety, enterprise, wealth, and literary
culture that has kepi pace with, if it has not
led tne time, snooi cause n conductor to
regard it with justifiable complncencv. I also
entitle them to a great claim upon ihe pub-
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illustrated periodical published in thiscoun
try. Ita editorials are scholarly end eonvina
iHg, and carry much weight. Its illustrations
oi current events are lull an" iretn, ana are
prepared by our beat designer. ith a cir
culatinn of lMi.rnu, the tt'iy is read by at
least hail a million persona, and its influence
a an organ of opinion Is si'npl y tremendous.
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expresses nectaed view, on political ana so,
ctal problem. Isauwtll. Cmritr JotrmU.
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AVi'omo lit Prm.
The Boatr is edited with a contribution of
tact and talent that we seldom find luaay
journal; and the journal itself i. the oigan of
the great world or rashmn. tPmtm Ttoiveler,
The Auar commends it'ell to every mem
her of tne household to t lie chib ren by droll
and pretty picture, to Ihe young ladiea by it
lasnion piaies in ennie variety, u ine prov
ident matron hr Its nattero. lor the children'
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loremoroioered suppers ana luxurious aress-
tng Kowns. Hut ihe reading matter ol the
Bator is uniformly of great excellence. Th
paper ha acquired a wide popularity for the
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must b paid at IheesMcrtbsr post offlce.
Address HA KPEP :ROThEKS, i.ewTork
Love and Matrimony.
The affeouoos may be gained by following
impl rule, and all may marry happily with
ont regard to wealth, age or besjty. Addres.,
with stamp.
Madam Luoill Dtman. Bible House
Station, H. I. S5nly
Tbe following certificate of
incorporation was filed la Col
umbus last week:
MUerlia & Pomeroy Kail
road Company, capital $500,
000; termini in Berlin, Jackson
county, and Pomeroy, Meigs
county, passin; through the
counties of Jacksou, Vinton,
and Meigs. Incorporators: &.
B. Waters, A. L Campbell, J.
M. Watts, T. P. Sutherland,
and Lot Davies."
Tbis company have secured
the use of the present railroad
oa very advantageous terms,
from Jackson to Berlin, which
will save theta the cost ol
building six miles of road. This
road will cross the Gallipolis
and McArthur road not far
from Wilkesville, anl will
make important connections
with other roads. We will have
more to say ot this enterprise
Jackson Standard.
A Western editor says ol a
coteruporary that "if he had
written the inscription on the
wall in Babylon, Beishazzar
would have been a good deal
more saored than he was." An
other wants to know "what
poor Daniel would have done.'
It is worthy of record on the
page oi current nistory mai
Senator Gordon, of Georgia,
an ex-Confederate commander
was lately the occupant for
brief period of the chair
of the Vice-President of the
United States as presiding offi
cer ol the Senate.
Tiie bondsmen uf Sheriff
Reynolds of Athens county,
who recently disappeared, are
paying off hii offi lal liabili-
ies as fast as they become sat-
sfied that the claims are gen
After the 1st of July one
Minister will represent this
Government, in all the Central
American States, instead of
one for each State, as now.
he saving amounts to several
The maddest man in Camden
Smith. He wound up Ins
clock regularly every night for
fifteen years, and then discover
ed that it was an eight-day
A mousk is never perfectly
furnished for enjoyment unless
there is a child in it rising
three years old, and a kitten
rising six weeks. Southey.
The St.Louis Republican rec
ommends an ambitious debat-
ng society in Kansas o take
as its next subject ''Which
the butt end of a goat?"
Tub Columbus and ilockine
Valley Railroad propose con
Etructing an additional track.
It has filed a certificate with
the Secretary of State increas-
ng its capital stock $1,000,000.
Portsmouth is puffed up over
the prospect of a new railroad
depot, which the M. & C. R. R.
contemplated erecting down
there, during the coming sum
Don't take too much inter
est interest in the affairs of
your neighbors. Six per cent
will do.
They allude to bald-headed
men in Colorado as '-persons
with their heads above the tim
ber like.''
Advertising) reminds people
they had been -wanting
along, but had forgotten all about.
Simond's, Photographer, Chillicothe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pictures. Pictures may be
made as lurze as life from the tiniest
l.'cltet picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all circumstances.
Done Neatly and Promptly,
Catarrh, Consumption Rheumatism.
Immediate relief and a permanent euro
guaranteed in every caee. Particular lent
lre. Addiees Clinton Medical Institute, 147
King of the Blood.
Pimples on the Face.
Cats. I have been troubled
lor the past three or lour years
with a very disagreeable erup
tion on my iace, and had given
up discouraged, thinking I nev
er should be cured, when I ac
cidentally beard of your King
of the Blood. I bought a bot
tie and used it according to
directions and recoived relief,
and by using three bottles more
I am completely cured, and can
cheerfully recommend it to
those afflicted with scrofulous
diseases, or any impurity of the
Telegraph Operator, Avoca N.Y
See advertisement in anolh
er column.
Holloway's Pills.
Oi all the diseases of youns
children, summer complaint is
the most fa'al, yet like every
other irregularity of the bow
els, it is infallibly controlled
and cured by Ilolloway's Pills
Sold 78 Maiden Lino, N. Y.
Price 25 cents per pot. Call
for new style; the old is oun-terfeited.
Governor Dix's letter giving
his reasons for refusing to com
mute the sentence of Foster,
contains one sentence which,
in spirit, is not unlike his fa
mous order concerning a cer
tain flag. It reads: "Every
man who strikes a murderous
blow at his fellow man must
be made to feel that his own is
in certain peril.''
Here is the nevcest floral
sentiment;' If you wish for
heart's ease don't look to mari
We Trill furnish the Record and the
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers ai
13.50 per year.
Experience will teach any man tlial
it is advnntii'ienuH to patronize tliosi
who advertiss in newspapers
No Per.on can taste the.e imiei ar
cording to directions, and remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mine
ral polfton or other means, and vital orgam
wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dy.pep.la or Indlgeaiion, Headache.
Pain lu the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Sto
mach, Uad Tasto in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks.
Palpitation of the Ucart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain In the region or the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are the off
springs of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove
better guarantee of Us merits than a lengthy
For FeinnlcConinlalnta, in young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood,
or the turn of lifo, theso Tonic Hitters tlisplay bo
decided an influence that Improvement Is soon
For Inflammatory anit Chronk
Ilhcuuiat 1.111 and Gout, Villous, liemlttenl
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Hluod,
Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Hitters have
no equal. Such Dtaeasca are caused by Vitiated
They are a gentle PnrgntlT a well
a a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as
a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Ylsoeral Organs,
and in Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Dlseaie, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Holls, Carbuncles, Ulng-worms, Scald-Ilead,
Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Dlscolora
IIoqs of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the
Skin of whatever name or nature, are liter
illy dug up and carried out of the sys
;cin In a short time by the use of these Bitters.
Grateful Tliouaniid. nroclalm Vinp.dar
Bitters the most wonderful lnvlgorant that
aver suHininen tne sinKtng srstem.
It. II. ncDOIAi.D CO.
Druggists and Gen. Agts., Kan Francisco, Cal.,
s cur, ui v aniungiun auu liiiarnon eta., ri.i.
T yeara of nt
lie) feat hns Droved Dr.
Crook' Wine or Tar tc
have more merit than
ny similar preparation
ever offered to the pub.
llo. It is rich in the
medicinal qualities ol
Tar, and aneqnaled foi
diseases of the Throal
and Langs, performing
"lil Cure. It EFFECTUALLY.
cures all Concha and
iota. 11 nas curect so
many cases of Asthma
and Branehltls. that It
baa been pronounced
speclflo for these com.
plaints. For Pains in
the Breast, Hide oi
Back, ttravel or Kid
ney visease. Disease
M tne Urinary Orpran
anv Liver CansDlalnt
Orfrane, Jaundice, oi
11 nas no equal.
It la .Im m annerlor Tonic.
Kestarea the Appetlt,
nirenainens in sjikis,
meatnrea the Weak and Debilitated.
Caaaea the Food to Disreaf,
Beaaevea Dyspepsia and lndlarestlon,
Prevents Malarious Fevers,
uiyes tone so year system.
That Pale, Tellow. SIcWy-LoeWnf Stix
Is changed to one of freshness and health
Those Dlaeaaes of tbe Skin. Plmnlea
removed. Scrornla.Serofnlona Disease
f the Eyes, Wb'te Swelling;, Ulcer
Old (lores or any kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle ana disappear nnaer its lnnuence
In fact It will do you more good, and can
yon more speedily than any and all othei
J reparation combined. Wkitliitt It 1 noun-
own restorer I A soluble oxyd of Iror
combined with the medicinal properties ot
Poke Rootdlvestedorall dlsngroeuule quul
Itles It will cure any t'hronleor Long
Btandlnsr nlsense wlinse real or rtirt-cr
cause Is bad blood). Rhenmallstn.Palni
In Limb, or Bones, 'ontltrtlons bro
ken down by Mercurial or other pnlwms
are all cured nylt. ForSyphlll,or Nypt
llllle ta'nt, there is nothlna eqtinl to It
trial will prove It. ASK FOR OR
crook'h comrouaii ribif oi
1) D
If You
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl,
Want to sell a plnuo,
Want to sell a carriage,
Want to buy orell n farm.
Want a boarding place.
Want to sell town propt-rty,
Want to sell grocerlt-s or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry gooila or carpets.
Want to find customers for anything,
Advertising will g:iln new customer.
Advertising Will Kepp oiu cnaiuuit-ra,
Advertising li!erally always pays,
Advertising make success easy,
Advertising begeta confidence,
Advertising show energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz,
Advertise or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise Well,
Event merchant, manufacturer
or business man who hat lecome
prominently rich, has made his
Toriune oy juaicwut auveriisuiy
No exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Pnnce of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him rn adversity, fn
could make it still better in pros
perily, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Some merchants s:ty it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person read
advertisements; yet every merchant in
thH county will road this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will prolii
liy its suggestion, if he hns anything ti
,,fTer wvrth advertising. How much
inure then will those read them whi
are not so largely supplied with reuH-
ing matter, are at leisure rn the even
ing, and must depend on their paper fin
their local news, the must in portnn
item iT which is where they can tin;;
just what they want when they come tt
town to make their purchase!). If youi
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out ol
style that it is worthier, or if it is run
'liiwn so that you have nothing left that
people would wint, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want,
lon't hide them, hue publish to the
world that you have them, and want
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day
and its effect continues in a greatci
ratio than most men imagine. 1 n the
end it will make a man's namo a per
manent matter, a piece nf real proper
ty built up in tli 9 minds nf men unti
becomes more valuable than anv
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people nut to trust
your wife, you rush tt- your local pa
per, knowing that every one will read
he advertisement, lint you will plod
along in business year after year, with-
tut calculating how tnujh you ure los
ing by not advertising it Importer
If those persons who profess to be
ieve that newspaper advertisement
are not reaj by the public wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
tvo publicity to soiiio matter the
would notcire to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of n
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser t
Advertising is apt to give us tha1
.'entle jug ol conscience which tells u
that we want a new suit of clothes fur
Sunday, or that we promised our wifi
a new dress as soon as the tiny was in
Perhnps it would he a good plan foi
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her hunband's break'
lust plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
Wnv do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to leurn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's styles
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at redueed rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement.
To satisfy enrinsty. Because thev
have read all the stories, marriages,
birthfi, deaths, locals and accidents.
liecuusB they want to. Because they
etn't help it. OA to Slate Journal
Thb power of print is well known.
hut not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advantage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is ono of the mniw rpnsnna which
gives an importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those ot experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade. to convince, which lies in nrint.
ed matter. Snnlren words rennirn tha
graces of eloeution and the force of
eloquence, yet even thee lade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed. But there is some
thing in the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense nf permanence
about printed matter which gives it a
marvelous force and influence. Busi
ness men should never nermir them
selves To loose sinht of what may be
accomplished by a persevering use of
the printing presses. Learn to adver
Use, and then the "how, when and
where ot it, and you will have
knowledge worth having.
Zf kH.T.Helmbold A
I lh only Known rtctncuy for Erli;hf Dl
J" ,"j I,;. Ured every cone l Dluhetc in
""hU " S i riven; Irrlta(f..o the Neck,
nf ihe llladler sad Inflammation of Ihe tljlney.,
Ulcere 'I rh 'Kidneys nd Blauuer )
tiiu of Urine. Dl.es- of the Pni.ttaf fM,
Stone In the Bladder, Onivcl. Brick Dil-I Dopo.il,
SS MSeonsM Milky lilW-t'
loMeA nnd TvllcieCotilltutionof oth bexe.
am-iidei with the following symptom-: Lor
of Power, Los of Memory, fiifrfculty of Breath
I, J. Weak Nerve Wskeiilnes. "
Back Flueblngof the Hody, Eruption on the Fcc,
Kmi C un "nance, iWtude of llio Sy.tcm, etc
U.cd by perron.' In tho decline
life; sftct Vonflnemeut or labor laln, Ma-wet'
tiiid In children, etc. ... .
In msny affection pccullir to fcIc, Ihe El'
tract Unchu U nncqnaled by ny olhrrrcmetly-'
A InChloroai. orV-tenllon, Irreeularlty, Pain'
fiilnes. or SitpprcMion of Ca.ttimary Evacuation,
Ulcerated or Scliirnt. .talc ot the, tjleru, Leu'
corVh a or Wl.ll.-, EUrility. and for .11 eom
plainta Incident to tha .ex. It i. rreMribcd
extensively by the motl eminent Phy.lcian tail
Jlldwive for enfeebled snd dulicaw con.tlta
tlon of both sexes and all aires,
Cvru DUtaui AtUlnq from Imprudtncu,
TtibtU of l)ittili"tion. Etc., In all their .tgcs, t
little expense, llllle or no change in diet, no In
convenience, snd no exposure. It cause a fre
quent dtwire, snd pive rtrenglh to urinate,
hereby removing oC.tructlons.Trcyentlnif snd
Curing Stricture of the Urethra, Allaying Palo,
and Inflammation, o frequent in thi cl of dlf
case, and expelling all polsonou matter.
1.00 per bottlo or tlx bottle for 15 00, delivered
to any addre., .ccure fiom obervatlon. Sold by
dru2Kleervwh-ro. Prepired by
h KEAltNKY t'O., 104 Dun 8t,KT.
to whom all letter t' ''.furmalioa hould be
Eo Cbarg for Advlc and Coainlutioa.
flr.J. B Ityoll. Graduate of J ffetmn iltdbnt
Cotl'de, l'hiladelphi. autlior of .t-vcral vshtshla
work., can be consulted tn sll di.ca.es of th
Sexual or Urinary Orpin, (which ha ha mdo
in i-.uecinl tndy), either In n.alo or female, n-
matter from what caaw oriKinatlnif, or of hmr
louir .tnndinp. A practice of 80 year enable
uiuito treat dicacs with .uccc. Cure, guar
anteed. Clinru-e rcssnnahlo. Tlioao at a dis
tance can fiirward letter dcM-rililne; yiuplorn.,
and nclwln .lamp to prepay piintHCC. )
bend fur tl.u ttuidt Ui llrmlh. 1'rico 10 cenu.
- J B-liiO'l'T. M. I)., I'hyaklan and Burgeon,
104 Duaao Bt.Wow York.
TBI xoe-r tbobotjqh rtmmiR or ib
By Ita use Cancers are cored, and
Cancerous tumors are dispersed without tha ar-
?eon' knife Scrofula conquered, and Cons amp
ion prevented and cared.
Venereal Dlaeaaes, Mercurial and Miner
al Poison, and their effect eradicated, and vigor
ous health and a sound constitution established.
Female Weak ties and Disease.
Dropsy, general or partial; Swelling, external or
Internal; and Tumors are reduced and dispersed
la a very short time.
Erysipelas, Salt Rhenm, Scald Tlcad.asd
Fever Sore are soon removed by tliii powerful
detergent medicine.
Scorbutic Disease, Dandruff, Scaly
or Rough bkln.and Pimples quickly give way,
leaving the skin smooth and fair.
Chronic Diseases, Fever and Agne, Dis
ordered Liver, Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Nervous
Affection, General Debility, in abort, all tho
numerous diseases eanaed by bad blood are con
quered, and give way before this most powerful
corrector, the King of the Blood.
Each bottle contains between forty and
fifty ordinary doses, costing only one dollar.
From one to foar or flTe bottles will
cure Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ring Worm. Pim
ples on tbe Face, Biles, ordinary Eruptions, etc.
From two to eight bottles will enro
Scaly Eruption of the Skin, Ulcer, Sore, snd
Canker In tbe Month and Stomach.Eryslpelas,etc.
From two to ten bottles will restore
healthy action to the Liver and Spleen, will reg
ulate the Bowel and Kidney.
From two to six bottles will be found
effectual in curing Neuralgia, Sick-Headache, SU
Vitu' Dance, and Epllepsv.
From five to twelve bottles will cure
the worst cs.e of Scrofula.
From three to twelve bottles wilt
Care sever snd obstinate cases of Catarrh.
From two to roar bottles will enre the
worst cases of Piles, and regulate Costive Bowel.
From two to ten .bottles will curs
bad esses of Dropsy.
Price) $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
Sold by all Druggist
D. RAKSOJI, SOS k CO., Propr'g,
See testimonial In local column. BuBilo, IT. Y.
"eiiLo is inccmr." "oocd HOJinsa,"
- AW aa " .m.fcfcr,"
Lwitk th. atrrtc vmiiv mtt raus-i
mi at wuka Liwmiii.i j, fW.
I ef UuMClmmM an Um Ms. m wiu
inu aM Fmt AUpf im sua
HsnbS OUtM.
Mnftw. firaUhrf AT Oltd
MB mnkt kttar Xmra
. vttk Mlhu wltbaij A
mm paeiMMn. .
kn.wD Altai
. BtTMl, ,
f SOO rages, 2SO En f ratings.
A sl.rtl ng expose of medical humbug ol
the pant nnd pre.ent. It venlilstes quack,
traveling iloctori, noted female cheat., for
tune teller snd medium, sod gives interest
ing narrative of note-t physiriana. It reveals
.isrtling .ecrptM.snd I invaluable to sll. We
Hive exclusive territory and liberal romml.
ionn. Foroireularssnd term iridre.s th
publisher. J B. BURR a HYDE,
Hartfo.d.Conn , or Chicago, 111,
1,300 PAGES & 500 EWGS
Written by So eminent authors, inelrding
John B Gougb. and Umw Ureeley,
This work I s complete hi.tory of sll
bmrt'-he ol industry, snd i s complete ear .
cvclope.li. of srl. snd manufacture, "ne
ot onrsgenta .old 13.1cop.ea in eight dsys,
.no. her 3K8 in two seek. Specimens nl
Ireeon receipt ot .temp
I. B BURR A riTDE. rnhli.her.
Hartford, Con'n., or Chic.go, 11).
A NEW B0OT'j;rn
rho'uldmT" "n"e"0Uld 0Ur U'"U0r''
J. B. H'trr A RTDE, Publishers,
Hartford, Conn., orChii-Hgo, J.
Dh. Bowehs, Dentiat, McAr

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