Griffin, has the cl.ill* and fever.
Athens lias a laundry. Tbia is an
evidence of improvement.
The Thorn ist.m Herald takes the
prcm : um on snake stories.
Miss Lizzie Adams, daughter of Ar
thur Adams, died in Thomaston last
Nearly six hundred persons have
registered at the Mclntosh House, In
dian Spring, thiss ason.
The editor of the Sandersville Ilcra'd
has been presented with some peaches
weighing half a pound each.
Some gentlemen of Sandersville
Caught in a lake near the Oconee river,
a beaver weighing forty pounds.
Oxe hundred and sixty colored
preachers are in attendance at the Col
ored Baptist Association in Talbot on.
Mr. \V. W. Stanley, of Franklin, was
married to Miss Nannie E>nttri I, four
miles southwest of that place, on the
Smith, of the Brunswick Appeal, states
that the oyster season will commence
next month, which fact renders him
happy ami contented.
The warehoiivm.'n of Columbus are
all “clearing decks” for an intpnrtant
tnssel with king cotton, which is ex
pected to ■ off s. on
There was much marriage and giv
ing in marriage in Athens Ill’s summer;
but the girl crop being exhausted, bus
iness has stopped for the pres nt.
From the Amencus Republican we
learn ttiat the caterpillars are stripping
the c 'tton in that section very rapidly
—“whole fie ds being entiiely stripped
in forty-eight hours.”
Mr Poke Maxwell shot at George
Hyde, E q. on Saturday, 16■ li i nst.,
upon which Hyde returned the shot,
and Maxwell shot'again, the last shot
taking i ff-ct, hoi not seriously. They
are neigtibo.s an! live in Moriwciher
Tiik iii-w Mnsonio Temple at Mncou
is nearly completed ; lit*; oust of the
building will b; $02,000 ; fuiiiitnio
and nocessury fixtures will make the
cost near $75,000. It will be the finest
and rnr st imposing Masonic Temple in
the Son th.
Tins veteran temperance man—tlie
cotemporary and fi ieipl of Uncle Dab
ney P. Jones —J. O.'U. Burnett, may
be found at the furniture estalilislnnent
of Thomas W Wood, M-.con, Ga. Time
deals gently with him. Among the
fnitnful ho stands foremost.
The Oolninbus Enquirer hears on
the streets that there is a good pros
pect of having a street railroad at no
distant day, by which both freight and
passengers will be conveyed to and
fro at low rates. It is said a gentle
man of plenty of money has the sub
ject under consideration, and there
seems to be no doubt but that action is
now the motto.
The past week lias quite settled the
question of the crop in Baker. One
third of a crop is all that will be se
cured. Mitchell oceshnlf ; Worth prom
ises three-fourths, while Calhoun and
Dougherty have not yet settled on a
basis, though close observers and prac
tical planters place the estimate at a
minimum of two-thirds. Another week
will be required to approximate their
crops- The worm and rust are both
Sudden Death in Fayette County.—
On Thursday night, the 28th of Au
gust. the people in the neighborhood
of Bethsaida Church, iu Faye'te coun
ty, were thrown into a state of excite
inent and astonishment by the an
nouncement of the sudden death of
Mr. Pleasant Lawson, a highly es
teemed citizen of the neighborhood
Mr. Lawson was in robust health and
had labored during the day industri
ously in splitting boards on his farm.
About half past eight lie retired to bed
without making complaint of sickness,
In a short time his wife’s attention was
altiacted to him by bearing him cough,
when she called him, and receiving no
answer, she procured a light and ri is—
covered that he was dying. He was
a man about fifty-six years of age, a
stout, robust mni generally. Truly we
may exclaim, “In the m : dst ol life we
are in death,.”
THE PALMETTO 'SHIELD.
“Examples,’’ we are told, "move
when precepts fail,” Now, having
written many a fine upon many another
fine, inculcating precepts more numer -
ous upon precepts most numerous, sup
pose we do a little :n the example line.
Ihe editor if the Ricnmond Journal
gives this experience of Mr. Edward
M.illey, an architect who has built up
bis own foitune by his own hands.
And Mr. Mai ley’s fabric is a 1 out the
largest in New England.
About eighteen years ago Mr. Mal
ley appeared in New Haven,and opened
a small “seven by nine” dry goods
store on the principal street of that
city. At that time the heaviest mer
chants of the street scarcely adver
tised in the local newspapers to the
extent of more than two squares each,
and then in standing advertisements
for the season. Mr. Malley. with a de
gree of sagacity that no one else had
ever dared to evince, struck out boldly’
in the advertising line, engaging a
column in each of the three local dailies,
with the privilege of changing tie
same eveiy week, and making his ad
vertisements the most readable part of
the newspapers. For this he paid each
of the newspapeis at the rate of SI,OOO
to $2,000 a year.
The.old fogy merchants stood aghast
at his hardihood, and every body pre
dicted that he would “go up” in less
Ilian thirty days ; and lie did go up in
less than that time—to the very height
of the merchantile ladder. His store
in a few mouths expanded from a
“seven-by-nine’ 1 room into the occu
pancy' of the whole building in which
it was situated, and in less than a year
he was doing ihe large-t busim ss of
any merchant in the city. He kept up
his “wreckless advertising,” as it was
called, and to-day lie has a s ore, built
by himself, 260 feet wide, at.d two
fi iors the largest and most success
ful merchantile house in all New Eng
land outside of Boston. He now pays
the local journals not less than SO,OOO
a year for advertising, and yet he
frankly confesses that he h is mu le ail
his money out of the newspapers
Wi man.— Woman is a vmy nice and
complicated machine. Lei s| rings are
indefinitely delicate, and differ from
those if man pietty nearly as the vvoik
of a repeating w.iteli and es from ttiat ot
a town clock. Look at her—how deli
cately formed. Examine her senses—
how exqisite and nice. Observe tier
understanding —haw subtle nnd acute
But look into her lie-art; there is watch
work, composed of puts so minute in
themselves, and so wonderfully cun
hint-d, that they must be seen by a
microscopic eye to be clearly appre
hended. The perception of a woman
is as quick as lightning Her pene
tration is iuiuiliou— I had almost said
instict. By a glance of her eye she
will draw a deep and just conclusion.
Ask her how she f rmed it—she can
not answer ihe question. The philos
opher deduces inferences, and his in
ferences will be right ; but he gets to
the head of the staircase, if I may say
so, by slow degtees, und mounting stnp
by step. She arrives at Ihu bp of tie
staircase as well as he, but In w slit
leaped or flew there, is more than she
Death . * a Distinguished Presbyte
rian Divine, Rev.• Thomas Smyth, D.
D,, died in Charleston, S. C., on the 20th
of August. Dr. Smyth was born in
Belfast, Ireland, in 1808. He emigra
ted to America in 1831, and daring the
following year, settled iu Charleston,
as pastor ot the Second Presbyterian
Church, of that city, which from his
long pastorate, has for many years
has be ti known as “ Dr. Smyth’s
Chu c’i.' 1 The deceased held a conspic
uous place among the preachers and
authors of his denomination ; and his
death will be r eeply deplored, as a loss,
not only to the b dy of Christians with
whom he was mimed ately affiliated,
but to evangelical Christianity at huge.
We chronicle bis death with sincere
The Rev. Dr. lliarpe, of Perry, wants
the granges to exclude country editors
lrom their organizations. That is right,
Doctor, for if they aro members rascal
ity will be exposed.
A man should not he measured by
his possessions or gifts, but by his use
The crops o! I’aylor county are re
ported as very fine.
PALMETTO, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1873.
Do as Near Bight as You Can.
The wor’d stretches out before you,
A field for your mn-cle and brain ;
And though clouds m y often flrat o’er
And often tempests and rain,
Ba fearle-a of storms which o’ertake you—
Push forward through all tike a man—
G*d fortune will never forsake you,
If you do as near right as you can.
Ri member the will to do rightly,
It used, will the evil confound;
Live daily by conscience that nightly
lour sleep may be peaceful and sound.
In tne strict pa’h of duty ne’er wave”,
Let honesty shape every plan,
And life w ll of Paradise savor,
If you do as near right as you can.
Though foes darkest scandal may speed.
And stride with the shrewdest of fact
To i' jure, you fame, never heed,
But justly and honestly act;
And ask of the Ruler of Heaven
To save your fair name as a man,
An ! all that, you ask will be given.
If you do as near right as you can.
Ju a Dentist’s Cliair,
If Spivetis is to be believed, there
was recently an extraordinary case of
den'a I surgery in this city, lie says
that a Iriend of his w ile visited a den
tist on s re tt, for the purpose ol
having a tooth extracted. It was an
eye-tooth. Spivens accompanied his
friend for the purpose of favor tig him
with a little sympathy over the shoul
der It is so pleasant to witness the
agony of a fi lend, and to advise him
to bear it like a man.
The dentist seated his patient in a
chair, lanced his gums, applied his for
ceps, and gave a vigorous pull. The
too;It was wrenched from its socket,
and came ou easily enough, but the
rout hung fire. Either it was a very
long root, or stretched. In fact, the
dentist had exhausted his reach, and
the root tva- not yet entirely out.
Spivens ventured to enquire if the
root was not unusually lo g ; but that
dentist was nut going to admit that
any tiling could happen that had nut
alien y occurred in his experien e.
“Not at all,” lie replied, I have often
pulled tceih whose loot- leached down
lo his hips.”
Hu mount cl a chair and took anothc r
pull, lie thus succeeded in getting
away will) about a yard ol the tooth,
but the root continued to hang. At
the same time the patient's leg was
violently jerked up.
Spivens ventured to say that this
was surely an unu ual case.
“It is a little singular,” replied the
dentist, “but I once pulled a tooth
whose roots reached down to the man’s
Having thus extinguished his ques
tioner, lie lied his patient to Ui : cliair
and straightened out his leg by put
iiug it in splints. Then lie took the
f irceps over his shoulder and walked
away like a deck hand going up a bank
with a bow line.
When be reached the parlor dooi
he braced liimi-elf against tho jamb
and laid back for a final pull.
The tooth popped out this time, but
the deuti.-t made tho most noise when
he reached the floor.
Spivens jumped forward and picked
up the latter end of that tooth. The
root hud two prongs, and on the end
of each prong was a toe nail.
“ That’s what hurt you so,” said
Spivens, consoling his friend, whose
screams had been somewhat annoying.
“Never mind, it will be all the same a
hundred years hence. Don’t you think.
Doctor, that it is rather the most un
usual case that ever I appened in your
“I am inclitn and to believe tuat it is
the most singular case of its class,”
repliid that imperturbable dentist ;
but 1 once extracted a tooth for one of
the Siumene twins, the roots of which
extended through the bodies of both,
and at the end was a Corresponding
tooth from he mouth of the other. It
was a good thing for Chang, from
whom I pulled the tooth, but bad for
Eng, wnose tooth happened to be
Spivens’ friend had such high re
spect for the dentist that he told him
that he might keep the touth for his
Some incredulous people may accuse
this Story of being too thin ; but they
are mistaken —it is tooth out.
A Woman in Sun Francisco proposes
to walk 1,000 miles in 1,000 hours, and
her husban I wi lies the bet was for
ten times the distance, and that she
would march off iu a straight liuo.
Expanding the Chest.
Take a strong rope and fasten it to
a beam overhead ; to the the lower end
of the rope attach a stick three feet
long, convenient to grasp with the
hands. The mpe should be fastened
to the center of the stick, which should
hang six or eight inches above the
head. Let a person grasp this stick
with the hands two or three feet apart,
and swing very moderately at first—
perhaps only bear the weight, if very
weak—and gradually increase as the
muscles gain strength from the exur
cise, until it may be used from three
to five times drily. The connection of
the arms with the body, with the ex
ception of the clavicle with ti e breast
breastbone, being a muscular attach
ment to the ribs, the effect of this ex
ercise is to elevate the ti sand enlarge
the chest; and as nature allows no vac
uum, the lungs expand to fill the cav
ity, increasing the volume of air, the
natural purifier of bl td, and thus pre
ventii g congestion or the deposit of
tuberculous matter. We have pre
scribed the above for all cases of hem
orrhage of thfi lungs and threatened
cornumption for thirty-five years, and
have been able to increase the meas
ure of the chest fiotn two to four
inches within a few months and with
good results- But especially as a pre
ventive we would recommend this ex
ercise Let those who love to live cul
tivate a well-formed, capacious chest.
The student, the merchant, the seden
tary, the young of l oth sexes—ay, all
should have a swing ou which to
stretch tliomselvesdaily. We are cer
tain that if this weie to bo practiced
by the rising generation in a dress a
-a free and full development of
the body, many would be saved from
consumption. Independently of its
beneficial results, the exercise is an
exceedingly pleasant one, and as the
apparatus costs very little, there need
he no difficulty about any one et joying
it who wishes to. —Dio Lewis
A l * i . .
Li/ qi’e.vt —Da Lipscomb, in bis Bac
Ca 1a ti &;te address to the Senior Glass
at the State University (Georgia,)
lately used the following sentence :
‘There are cords, gentlemen, tying in
your brains that re to become either
gossamer threads to be broken by the
gusts qf sunitn r w inds, or else cables
as strong as those that bind the ship
when tossed at midnight upon the fu
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Address all communications to
J. H. MILNER.
DR. S. W. PALMER
It END EftS his serv T cis t.o th - of
Palmetto and surrounding countiy, in
the various branches of his profession.
S®* Office in the Garrett and Wa'thsli
building, Palmetto, Ga. [waß-9m*
DH. A. S. YY’IIITAKEB,
OFFERS HISPROFSSIONAL SERVICES
in all the branches ot the practice ol
medicine to the citizens of Palmetto and
He tenders his thanks fer former patronage
and solicits and increase in the future.
psr Residence at the late usiderce
A. B Latham.
- F. M. HAMHKLL,
Proposes to offer his services
To the citizens of Palmetto, and the
om nunity at large. He is prepared to prac
tice in Campbell, Fayette, Dougl-is and
He rol cits a share of the public patronage.
Give him a call,
DR, W. S. ZELLARS,
Having returned the practice cf medicine,
respectfully offers his services to the citizens
ot Palmetto and surrounding vicinity.
SSH" Offi -e in J. F. Ellington’s building
on Toombs street.
DR. J. H. WATKINS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
BGL- Office at R.-si donee. fap23tf.
ANDERSON & WELLS,
IMPLEMENTS, FIELD A GARDEN a
Pendleton Guano Cash ft
“ “ Credit Ist Nov. 76.00
. r 0
• “ “ Credit 70.00
Farmer’s Choice Cash 6 .00
“ “ credit 66.C0
250 Bn Rust Proof Oats.
50" COOLEY Early corn.
Clover Seed, Timothy Secd.Jßlue Grass
Seed Orchard Crass Seed, and large stock
assorted garden see). Also, one and
Two Horse Plows and ether Implements
which wejotler cheap to the trade.
For Cotton Gin. Cotton Presses, Beap' rs
and mowers, Thra htrs, engines, Saw
milts, Mill Stones. P!ow : rg Machinery Ac.
Anderson & Wells,
L. B. LANGFORD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Stoves, Hollow Ware,
flock Tia, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron &. Trliumeis’
Slate Mantels anti Grates,
llouse-Fnrnishing Goods of every description
Georgia Marble Stones.
Keystone Block, Whitehall street,
gent for the celebrated “Charter Oak Stove,
THOMAS YV. I.ATIIAM
Attorney at Law
Will practice in the Courts of Campbell,
Coweta, Douglas, Fa> ette,Fulton ar.d Mer
riwether counties, and in other counties by
rpecial contract; in the S p-eme Court of
Georgia, and U. S. Courts at Atlanta. Per
sons ordering "iiit will please furnish Chris
tian names of Plaintiffs and Defendants.
Prompt attention given to cases in bank
ruptcy. and discharges obtained for debt
ors. Special attention givn to collection
Jf debts and prompt returns made.
Office in the Court House.
Q. C. G U ICE,
ATTORNEY AT LA If
psr Office in the Johnson Building.
Farmers, Look to Your Interest.
The man to patronize is the one who will
do your work well and cheap, and at short
notice, and ttiat. m n is
Who has just cstabli.-bed a wood shop in con
nection with his black-mith shop at East end
of Railroad street,
FAIRBURN , GEO 111
He has a full complement of experienced
weikmen and is prepared to do all kinds of
work in his line.
He makes new Wagons, Buggies, and
repairs oldjones, keeps new Wagons and Bug
gies constantly on hand for sale.
THE PARLOR COMPANION.
Every ledy wants one!
Every man ought to hare one! 1
Sent on receipt of ten cents. Address TANARUS, F.
HYDE & CO., 195 Seventh Avenue. New
The Beckwith 320 Portable Family Sewing
Machine on 30 Days Trial; many advantage
over all. Satisfaction guaranteed, or S2D
refunded. Sent complete, with full directions
Beckwith Sewing Machine Comyany, Si'J
Broadway, N. Y. ap 3-ly
EDWARD J. EVANS & CO.,
NURSERYMEN AND SEEDSMEN
atalegucs mailed to applicants
Refer (by permission) lo
llon. J, S. Black, Washington, D. 0.
W ei-er, Son & Carl,Bankers, Yoi k, Pa
may 22 Cm.
EVERY CORNET BAND
In the country will rccoive a splen
did piece of band music free by se d
ing a a two cent stamo to Edward A
Samuels, Publisher, Boston, Mass.
Jov to the World! Wom vx is Free
Among the many modern discoveries look
ing to the happiness and amelioration of Ihe
human race, none is entit’ed to higher
eonsidration than the renowned remedy—-
Dr. J. Brad fie Id’s Female Regulator, Woman’s
Best Friend. By it woman is emancipated
from numberless ills peculiar t) her sex. Be
fore its magic power all irregularities of the
womb vanish. It cures whites. It cures sup
pression of the menses, It removes uterine
obstructions. It cures constipation nnd
strengthens the iyete,n. It braces the nerves
and pu-ifies the blood. It ne’’er fails, as
thousands of women w ill testily. This valu
able mee’eine is prepared and sold by L. H.
Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga. Frice
, 50 per bottle. All respectable drug men
51 ep it.
Tcskkoee. Ala., 1868.
Mr. L* H, Bradfield—Sin Flense forward
us immediate!v, another supply of Brad
field’s Female Regulator. We fiud it to be
all that is claimed for it, and We have wit
nessed the most decided and happy rife; ts
produced by it. Very re pectfully,
Hunter & Alexander.
We. the unders'gned druggists, take pleas
ure >u commending to the trade, Dr. J. Brad
field’s Female Regulator, believi-g it to be
a good and reliable remedy tor the diseases
for which he recommends it.
YV. A. Lansdell, Atlanta, Ga ,
Pemberton, Wilson, Taylor & Cos.,
Rrdwine & Fox, Atlanta, Ga.
YV. C. Lawsbk, Atlanta, Ga.
VV T . Holt & Sox, Marietta, Ga.
STATE OF GEOGlA—TroupCountv.
This 18 to certify that 1 havetxainined the
recipe of Dr. J. Bradfield of tbia county, and
as a niedica 1 man pronounce it to be a com
bination of medicines of great merit in the
treatment ot all the diseases of females tor
whieli he recommends it. This Dtcember
SI. 1372. Wm.P, Beasley, 21. D.
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NEW SEWING MACHINE
“V I C T 0 IT
Runs very Easy,
Ruds very Fast,
Runs vi ry Still.
Has New Shuttle Superior to all
Great Improvements in NY.-dip.
Cannot be Let Wrong.
SS?” Agents Wanted.
Addess THE “VICTOR" S. M. CO.
No 54 Tenth St. 4 dooi s west oi
Bead Way, N. Y.
Twelve Million Acres!
The cheapest land iu the mark.' for sale by
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY.
I-> the Great Platte Valley.
000,000 Acres in Central Ne
-1 laska now lor sale in tracts Ot lorty hop s
and upwards on five and ten ye r- credit ; r
G per cent. No advance mteie.-t lequired.
Mild and he Itbfui climate, fertile soil, and
abundance of good water.
Ihe best niaiket in the West! The great
mining region ot Wyoming, Co.orado. Utah
and Nevada beirg-uppiied by the farmtrs
in the Platte Valley.
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead ol 160
The Best Locutions for Colonies.
Free Humes for AIL Millions of acres of
choice Government Lands open f r entry
under the Homestead Law, pear this great
railroad with go and markets and all the con
veniences ot an old settled country.
Free passes to purchasers of Railroad
Sectional M ipshowing the la..d, also
new edition <1 1.-escrip ive Pamphlet with
New Maps mailed free everywhere.
Address O F. Davis,
Land Commissioner U. P, R. tt., Omaha,
ARB ENDORSED AND PRESCRIBED BY HORE lad
ing Physicians than nay other Touic or SUia
nlnnt notr in use. They nro
A SURE PREVENTIVE,
For Fever and Ague Intermittent*, FKlioutines* and u
orders arising from malarioKH cause*. They are highly *ec
omn'.ended ns an A2fTI-PYSI*EPTIC, nnd fn cne* of INDI
GESTION aro T!*—aia'ajilii. A i t \ APPETIZER and Rhi
CUPF.RANT, and in cases of GENEU AT, DERIUTV
hove never in a ringlo instance foiled in producing the meet
harpy results. T!ier arc porticularlr
BENEFICIAI. TO FEU A EES
Strengthening the body, invigorating tboror-d, r- and Rlruyj
tone and elasticity totbo v. hole rr.trn. Th® liuME LIF
TERS arc compounded with the preate -t of care, and no wtr
id stimulant has ever beforo Lera ©fit-red to the pul He M
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE and at the sor e Lino eon bia
ing so many remedial agents endorsed by the medical fratef m
tynstho best known to tho Pharmacopoeia, licoati but iff*
tic to g : vo them a fair trial, and
Every Family f lioulcl Have n
No preparation in the tror.d ran rnnluec so many nnqa<*-
fled endorsements by phrsiciuus of ho vary highest itantQnf
in their profession.
Endorsed also by the Clergy and Oc leading denomtnm
Rev. Mm. R. Babcock, the oldest Methodist minister in f * s 1
Louis, says the Homo liitten wr t most rrutef-.d i t -.oafcdu*-
ting in tho restoration of my strength, and nu iucreMo •*
onoß.t Mo., June —i. u
Persons gr-atly debilitated, as T liav j b<*cu, nnd who requ.-w
a toxic er stimulant, need se. i for nothin; W ter than th*
Home Bitter... 8. \r. COPE,
Presiding Elder M. E. Church. Platt.il.urg Dlstrfc*,
Umtxd States M aui.ns llospt-. al. T
Ft. I.OL'is Mo.. 8, 1870. J
Javxs A. Jackson a Co.— 1 have examined the l irmuia ?-•
making the •• Homo Stomach Bitters." aud u®4 them ia tLij
hospital the last four months. I consider them th most
able '.onic nnd stimulant now T -n use. B. H. Mf. LCHi.it. 4
Beside .t Phvsician in charge U. S. Marino Hospital.
Jamks A. Jackson & Co.—Gentlemen: As you hava co*
inunicatcii to tho medical profession the reelpo of the
Jilttere," it cannot, therefore be considered as a patent meT
icine, no patent having been taken it. TY e have cxaminwV
the formula for making the “ litem BitUra." and uakcita*
tinsiy say tho conii>inuti.-u iaouc of rare excellent-®, all tfta
articles used in its composition aro the best of the class t
which they belong, being highly Touic, Ftlmuiau:, SL.-aiseh! ■„
Carminitive, nut slightly Lax at Ire. Tho nude of
them ts strictly in accordnneu with the rule-of phanuaar.
llaving used them la ortr private practice, we take plcai urc fm
reenmm nding them to all p* desirous Of t i-r'.ug Bitter*,
as being the best Tonic and Stimulant n-*w offered to tßc pub-1
lie. FRANK G. POKI I R.
frof. Obstetrics and Pisenscs cfTTomeu, Coiicgo of Pbysl*
cians, and late member Board of Hc-tlth.
I . C. BOISLINIF.RF. Prof, of
Obstetrics and Dlseaats of Women. Ft. I.ouis Med. Call*’,:®.
DR YUK MoPOYVELL, M. 1., t
LatO Prca't. y.o. M'-dl-al folleg®.
E. A. CLARE, M. !>..
Prof. Surgerv. Mo. Medical College and late Resident Physi
cian Citv hospital, St. Louis Missouri.
HERBFBT FRIM-SC. Prof.
Practical rharroaev, St. I.ouis Colic, e of Pharmacy.
J. C. WIIITI.HILL. Ed. Medicel Archive*.
At.F. ITkacock. M. D. H?i C. V. V. I.fi'wm,
C. GKRtCKB, M. 1). 8. Gkatz Mo. U. D.
C. A. Wark, M. D. VT. Wilcox. M. D.
r. C. FRANKLIN. M. D.
Trof. Sureerr, Hoiuccopnthic Medical
T. J. YASTINK, M. i>.. * T. tl. COMSTOCK, M, ..,
Prof, of Midwifery and Diseases ct Women, College of
pathic Physician* and .Surgeon*.
JOHN T. TEMPLE. M. t>„
Prof. Materia Mcdica and Theraupeutios, Ilumueopatak Mcdl
col College of Missouri.
J NO. COXZLEMAN. M. D.. Lcctnref
On Diseases of Children, lloma-opathis College of Mi*souri.
CHARLES VAST INK. M. !>.,
Prof, of Phvslologr. llamampathic M-.-dicn 1 College cf Mo.
JOHN HARTMAN. M. I>.. Prcf.
Clin'cal Medicine. Col. Tto • oooptithic Phy-lcisn* and Burg’s.
They aro superior o nil other Ftonia'li Bitter*.
EXNO SANDERS. Auoirtical Chemist*
Xo Eitters i:t the world ecu thorn
SIMON HIRSCH. Andvtle*l Chemlxt.
Eminent Phynicinns of Chicago.
The formula Tor tho Horn • Bi -.ter* ha* been submitted to us,
and wc believe them to be tho ben tonic and stimnlaat far
general use now offered to tho public.
11. Wnotim, M. D.,
G. A. Maiuxxr, Anclytical J**. V. 7.. Rlaxky. M. D.
Chehtiut. Prof. Chemistry, Rush
H. S. Hahn. M. 9., Medical College.
B. Me Vicar, M. D., J. B. Walk sit. . !>..
Nor’n. S. Baunks, M. Pi, T- 8. lloykx, X. D..
R. LuolaM, ?!. D.. Tuo*. T. M. D.*
Jah. A. CofcLXXSi Mi Pi, J. A. Hahn. M. P.
Eroim k ut Physicians in C ißr'.nttatl,
Nearly all of whera are Professor,! I;i one er the ether ef tb-s
No other Bitters have ever befit offers■! to tl*c : puMia a
bracing so many valuable remedial a*.eat*.
J. L. V attikr, M. D., L. A. Jan. H-T>..
G. T. BiroN, Mi P.i M. P. Uonskk. ft. P-
C. H. iICTQA.T, M. D., O. w. RMin. M- V.,
tV’. T. Tau-zakkubo. M. D. J. J. Quinn. M. 1.,
J. H. Buckner, M. D., W. R- Woodward, M. D. #
G. A. Dvjhetitv. M. I)., R. 8. Way**. Chunist.
C. WooevAiib, M. D., G. K. Taylor, M. D.,
P. vr. McCarthy. M, D.. P- F. Malky, M. P.,
li- H. Johnson M. D. S. B. Tomlinson. M. P.
Eminent Physicinns in Mrin^his:
Tue Home Ritter.* arcatiinvahi ble remedy for la-dlgestio*
aud diseases arisinc from malarial cau*. *.
G. B. Thoiunton, M. 1).. Albx. Kbskts. M. D.,
iu charge ef City Hospital, M. R. lUuhjks. M. P. t
J. M. ltomsKn.*. M. P., I'ati Otrv. M. D..
H. W. PuaXKLL. M. 1)., M. A. E's-Nr*s, V. D.,
bANDFOUD Bkll, M. D.. Jo*. K. I.ynch, M. P.,
Emißnit Physicians in pittsharcrh;
R. V. Dakb. M. !>.. YV*. Vlowk*. M. I'..
W. R. CIIILM*. M D., P. 11. W I LLARO. M. n..
O. YVuth, Chemist, J. li. McClkuaSs, M. D
And Hundreds of Others
In all part* >f the North. West and South.
J. L. Gaknkh, M. P. t Milwaukee.
• Coincij. Buy**. Mrb fl. IBTI.
Jamrs A. Jackrow St Oo.— Hat in-; examined the fenuulß af th
*• Home Stomach Bitter 1 have preaeribed thrm in lay prac
tice for some time, and pronounce them the bct T*nU Bitter®
now in use. P. M. M< MAHON. M. P.
(jyPor sale bv cil druggists and grocer*.
Juntos A. jachf on A* C’o.. Proprietor*,
Lourawory lOomhJ 10T N. Second Si., Sl Louto Miaaavi. j