Short-Comings in Farming.
Buy guano at £IOO per ton. have it
spread during a windy day, on ground
broken from one and a hall’ to two inches
deep, get your cotton burnt up by the
first trying drouth, and conclude that
“guano won’t pay.”
Turn up thin land deep enough to
bury the soil two or three inches, with
unauieliuratcd, cold subsoil, apply no
stimulating manure to “bring out ’ your
puny young plants, and thereupon de
clare that deep plowing is a humbug.
Subsoil your land without providing
drainage for the escape of the w ater from
your subsoil, and abuse book-farming
because you are a fool.
Cut one center drain through a flat of
several acres, provide no side drains for
cutting off seep water from the land
around, and wonder that your cotton
will rust so.
Employ a hireling at ten dollars per
month, and get out of patience because
he don’t attend to your business more
closely than you do yourself.
Give that hireling a poor mule, poor
gear, and poorer plow, then feel discour
aged because you get such poor plowing
Give him a fat mule, good gear and a
pointed plow, fail to look after him close
ly, and see what he will come to.
Make half-way arrangements for feed
ing and paying your hands, and expect
them to work decently.
Always ascribe your want of success
to some other cause than the right one.
Feed your mules in an open shelter,
open to the depredations of feath
ered tribes by day, and the African
tribes by night, then wonder why your
stock will keep poor.
Spend hundreds of dollars for com
mercial manures, while your mules waste
most of theirs in an open lot, because
you can’t spare one hundred to fix up a
comfortable, roomy stable.
Lending your money at seven per
cent, instead of investing it in guano,
from reliable parties, putting on land
well prepared and well worked, and real
izing five times as great a profit.
Tell your neighbors how they ought
not to do, then go and do that very way
yourself—like the writer.— Correspon
dence in Rural Carolinian.
Ruta Bagas. —There is no crop
more easily or certainly produced in our
Southern country than Ruta Bagas. A
proper attention to the preparation of
the soil and the planting of the seed, en
sures a generous yield. The following
from an exchange is not an over esti
mate of their value as food for milch
I raised and fed them for twenty
years, and from my own experience know
that oat and barley straw, with one peck
of turnips night and morning, will keep
a cow in a better condition, and furnish
more milk and butter, than the very best
hay with no roots. My cows the past
winter never ate u feed of hay till Jan
uary, and they held out their milk and
kept their flesh far better than they have
at other times with the best of hay.—
My experience is that rutabagas fed to
cows regularly in the winter, do not give
the milk or butter any unusual or un
Novel Mode of Butter Making.—
A correspondent of the San Francisco
Argus gives the following new method
*of making butter at a ranch in Mendo
cino county, California: While stopping
at the farm, 1 witnessed a most novel,
and, to me, new method of making but
ter. While giving directions how to do
it, my hostess detected my thoughts in
my face—seeing is believing. “Come.”
said she, “I will give you a convincing
proof.” I followed her to the milk
room ; I saw her place a quantity oi
cream in a thick linen sack, then roll the
sack in a large cloth, and place it in a
hole that had been dug in the sand for
the purpose. It was then covered up
with sand, and a board placed over it.
The next morning, when removed, it
came out as fine a roll of butter as I
ever saw taken from the churn. It re
quired but little working, as the earth
had absorbed nearly every particle of
milk. It is now five days old as I write,
and just as sweet and solid as butter can
Moon Fallacy. — l have seen sever
al articles in your paper in regard to
cutting timber by “moon signs.” More
than forty years ago I cut for a number
of years, at different times in the year,
considerable second growth white beech
for stocks, which, 1 think, is the worst
wood known to preserve sound (or keep
from getting -‘dozy,” as we used to call
it ) After trying many inooney exper
iments summer and winter, I came to
this conclusion, that the true secret was
to cut the timber when there was the
least possible amount of sap in the body
of the tree—say the coldest weather in
the winter, or the warmest in summer—
June or February, when the sap is in
the tops or in the roots of the tree. Ev
ery tree I cut after the sap began to
start in the spring was sure to u doze,”
until June, when I found it safe to cut
again.— 'Cor. Scientific American.
Ts we were only half as lenient to the
living as we are to the dead, how much
happiness might we render them, and
how much remorse might we be spared
when the grave has closed over them.
No character ean be lastingly injured
by a fearless discharge of duty. Cal
umny or prejudice may obscure it for a
time, but iu the end it will shine all the
brighter for the clouds which obscured it.
Owe no Man Anything.- Horace
Greeley says: “If you have but titty
cents, and can get no more for a week,
buy a peck of corn, parch it and live on
it, rather than owe a dollar.”
Many a man thinks that it's virtue
that keeps him from turning a rascal,
when it’s only a full stomach. One
should be careful and not mistake bread
To make a woman a scold, give her a
husband who comes home drunk.
To Drake a man a drunkard, give him
f wife who will soold him every time he
Full Report of the War.
Louis and Will
Went up the hill,
To fight like naughty geescs;
Louis fell down,
And broke his crown.
And Will picked up the peices.
She had to flee;
A foreign home did Bub seek.
The Prussians, queer,
Drank lager beer,
And France cried Vive Republique !
Puzzle. —Here is something worth
studying. If any of our readers can
solve it and see the point, they are at
perfect liberty to do so :
*— proud and loving Missouri father,
in setting forth the accomplishments of
his daughter, said she could “everlust
ingly paw ivory and howl, and could paw
a washboard like a mule.”
A coarse, ill-natured man died one
day, and his friends assembled at the
funeral, but no one had a good word to
say for the deceased. At last a kind
hearted German, as he turned to go
home, said, “ Veil, he vas a good schrno
Come, Everybody and Buy
nsr E AW
Ready-Made Clothing !
BOAZ, BARRETT & CO.,
- AT TIIE
13i<jf Hi'iclc Store I
NEAR TIIE RAILROAD.
WE are always prepared, with a full
and complete stock, to offer induce
ments to purchasers of
STAPLE DRY GOOD,
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
We also keep a large and choice Stock of
Which we are prepared to sell as Cheap as
anybody in this part of the country.
Our stock consists in part of
Ynd, in fact, everything usually found it
„ FIRST CLASS Family Grocery Store.
We are “regularly' in” the
nd pay the Highest Market Prices ft.
Vheat and Produce generally.
BOAZ, BARRETT & CO.
CMDnnn O-t 1 1 1 ‘f
POST® r" HARLAN,
Would remind the people of Cherokee
Georgia of the fact that they are still at their
old stand on the corner of Court House and
Wall streets, ready to supply every body's
wants in the way of
Btfiflt M'S fMCY
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Ac.
At as Low Prices for Cash a3 any other
matt cau possibly afford to do.
They also keep a select stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &c.,
Which arc sold at the lowest market prices.
Will pay market prices for all kinds of
Aug 11 1 ls
New Prices !
Just Arrived and Arriving
F r o m N e w York !
11AKXS pleasure in informing the
Trading Public that he has on hand
A LARGE and GENERAL Stock of
FALL 5 WINTER GOODS,
Which he has selected in person, with
special care to the LATEST STYLES
and CHEAPEST PRICES, for articles
combining Beauty of Finish with dur
ability of Texture.
My stock comprises everything in the
LINE, usuasly kept in this market.
Java, Laguira and Rio Coffee; Loaf,
Clarified and Brown Sugar ; Bacon,
Lard, Flour, Syrup, Rice,
Teas, Liverpool Salt, &c.
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
HARDWARE, Iron, Woodware, Oils,
Paints, Drus, Medicines, Dyestuffs. Hem-
Also, a good supply of the Athens
and Roswell Yarn always on hand.
In tlie Cellar,
Is supplied with every variety of Bran
dies, Wines, Cordials, Rum, Gins, &c.
Pure Corn Whiskey,
Mellow with age. from barrels soiled
with the dust of days agone.
My entire Stock has been purchased
in the best market in the country, at
Greatly Reduced Prices, and will be
Sold for CASH
As Low as the Lowest.
COUNTRY PRODUCE, at the
highest market price, taken in exchange
Call and examine my goods before
purchasing elsewhere. Nothing charged
for showing them.
Fisk’s Patent Metalic Burial Cases
For ordinary interments, Depositing in
Vaults and transportation, they have no rival.
Made of most imperishable material. A good
assortment always on hand.
R. M. YOUNG.
i e Insurance Cos.
OF MACON, GA.
Capital, - - - $500,000.
Deposited with St te Authorities for protec
tion of I’oliev-holders, and realizing
at hast S per cut, $ 150,000.
All Policies Including “Ordinary Life,”
Non-Forfeiting and so Provi
ded in the Policy.
No Restrictions on Residence
AS LOW AS TS
JferTATIbLE WITH SAFETY.
RETURN PREMIUM AND JOINT life I»or
ICIES ALSO PARTICIPATE
A loan of One-Third the Premium giv
en. when desired, on all kinds of Poli
cies and no Notes taken therefor.
1,800 POLICIES ISSUED;
LOSSES PAID, $32,500.
Dividends Declared Annually After
The Second Year.
Wm. B. JOHNSTON, Pres't.
W. S. HOLT, Vice-President.
Geo. S. Obeak. Secretary.
J. W. BURKE, General Agent.
C. F. McCAY, Act’y.
J. MERCER GREEN. Med. Ex.
Dr. D. G. HUNT, Med. Ex. at Calhoun, Ga.
Agents wanted. Apply to
\YM. JR MAG ILL, Supt. of Agencies.
sept 2 70-tim
rn tt ip -p f \ T 1
MAKES a beautiful,glossy Black Ink.
which, after thorough tests, has
proven itself superior to any writing
fluid now in use.
For DEEDS, RECORDS, Ac., it is
superior to any heretofore offered—re
maining black and bold upon paper af
ter passing through tests which obliter
ated other inks in a moment.
A Gallon for One Hollar!
This wonderful powder is put up in
1 gallon packages, which are sent to any
part of the country, pre-paid. on receipt
of ONE DOLLAR.
THE PROCESS OF MAKING is
very simple—only put the Egyptian Ink
Powder into a gallon of boiling water,
stir well, and you have a gallon of supe
rior writing ink.
After thoroughly testing this ink for
two years, we have taken the agenev for
this State, and will send the powders to
any part of the State, on receipt of the
If, in any case, entire satisfaction is
not given, the money will be refunded
on application. Address all orders to
nov3tf Calhoun, Ga.
WOULD inform the public that they are
prepared to fill all orders in the
At as LOW PRICES as any similar estab
lishment in Cherokee Georgia.
Our work is put up by experienced work
men, and will compare favorably with any
in the country.
In these days of Freedom, every good
husband should see that the “gnot wife”
is supplied with a good
And we are prepared to furnish any size
or style desired at the Lowest Possible
Give us a call. aull,tf
( A I II( >!>.
CHEAP CASH STORE
The undersigned, having purchased the
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES
of JOSEPH O. DOBBINS, now offers them
Come around and give me a eall, and
examine for yourselves.
1 solicit a liberal patronage and I propose
to sell for
VERY SMALL PROFITS
H. C. HUNT.
Aug 11 1 ts
Z. T. GRAY,
Respectfully announces to the people <f
Gordon and surrounding counties that his
Wagon and Buggy Manufactory at
is now in full blast. He is prepared to fur
nish any style buggy or wagon at
—AND AT —
PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION.
My work is well known to many of the
people of North Georgia, and speaks for itself.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS,
DONE AT SHORT NOTICE.
In connection with my establishment is a
blacksmith shop, where all work in that line
is promptly attended to.
The best of Workmen
are employed in every department, and en
tire satisfaction always given.
Aug 11 1 ts
DALTON , GA.
Manufactures all Kinds of
Os the best material this country affords,
and very superior in style and workmanship,
which they offer to the public and the gen
eral trade, as low as can be afforded.
Chairs & Bedsteads a Speciality.
Blinds. Doors, Sash and Job Work, to or
der, on short notice.
Dr. D. G. Hunt is our Agent at Calhoun,
Ga., and keeps a good supply of Furniture
on hand. J. W. WALKER, Sup't.
L. D. Palmer. Secretary. aug2GTO-ly
84 Whitehall st., :::::: Atlanta, Ga.
Manufacturers Agents for the sale of
Virginia and North Carolina Chewing
and Smoking Tobacco, and Wholesale dealers
in Cigars, Snuffs, Pipes, &c. Leaf Tobacco
a speciality. aug!93m
(.ESTABLISHED IN 1855.)
-4 UG USTA, GEORGIA.
sept 22 1870 ly
WOODEN WARES, Willow Ware, Tin and
Crockery Ware, for sale by
Df..TOURNETT & SON,
C VC. Broad & Bridge sts., Rnme, G*.
Groceries at Atlanta Prices!
PITTS & JOHNSON,
Wholesale and Retail
And dealers in
And North Georgia and Tennessee Produce
Our facilities for Buying are unsurpassed,
'and we are enabled to furnish
Country Merchants and Planters,
of this section with
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
AT ATLANTA PRICES.
We pay the Highest Market Prices In
Greenbacks, for Wheat.
A trial is only necessary to convince
the people that we
Mean "What we Say.
and See us, on South side of
Court House Street.
Calhoun, August 11, 1870. ts
T. M. ELLIS. W. M. COLBURN.
ELLIS & COLBURN,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
FINE FRENCH CALF BOOTS
AND all kinds of work usually done in a
First Class Boot and Shoe Shop.
We keep constantly on hand and for sale,
Harness and Sole Leather,
Also, a good stock of SHOES and SHOE
FINDINGS, which we will .sill
Boots and Shoes made to order at Short
Notice. In this department we employ the
best of workmen, and guarantee satisfac
We pay cash for all GOOD HIDES.
ELLIS & COLBURN.
Calhoun, August 11, 1870.
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Bearing relation to language Principia does
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I Excels all others in defining scientific terms.
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So far as I know, best defining Dictionary.
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1040 Pages Octavo. 600 Eng's. Price $6.
The work is really a gem of a Dictionary, j ust
the thing for the million.— Am. Ed. Monthly.
Published by G. & Cf MERRIAM,
Sold by all Booksellers. octl3tf
DR. J. BRADFIELD’S
IS one of the great
est blessings that has
V Vy ever been given to vvo
■ 1 -c. . ..ilEi A man. It will relieve
S v PP re ***° n , M o n t h ly
.vi-. Pain*. Rheumatism.
\jL -Neuralgia, and a cer
'* tain cure for the Whites
and Prolapsus Uteri.
.<•) For full particulars,
history of diseases and
certificates of its wonderful cures, the reader
is referred to the wrapper around the bottle.
For sale by all Druggists. Price, $1,50
Celebrated Liver Medicine,
ON Kof ’hr (irea'^K l Ke<i>« ’i*= * of 'be as**, f...
all diseases fit the L : ver Jann<li<e. B iw«l I'nm
plain*, • <dic, ChitN and F. ve* and IMlirns F>
*er. in fact al disea.-es uiisii g from a dcarge.
These Pills bar- h--*-n n»»*d for t‘ e lasi fifi »•?
veafs and for it*, Deranged i iver, A
are without an equal.
DR. PROPIIITT’SAGUE PILLS.
A suie CObF, f*>r CHILLS and FEVER.
Cures all derangemt nt« of ihe BOWELS.
Dr. Prophitts Pain Kill It.
Thi« celebrated Medicine >1" u and l>»> in ever
lions- hold It is a cfain tore t..r all Pains, a*'
•mtidi te to Bites of Poison* ns insect-*. Sn
Ac. A remedy for Rheumatism ami
Neura gia. TKV IT.
Ad the above ailicles for sale bv Dr I>. O
Hunt, Drufft’i'f. Cal oin, Ga. sepc..'i**7o-b
D*JOCRXETT& Sox, Rome, Ga., will always
pay the very highest market print- for Conn- |
‘ ‘Home Again.”
J. C. RAWLINS, PrGp’r.
CHOICE - HOTEL
BROAD ST., ROME, GA.
Passengers taken to and from the Depot F r ee
of Charge. ocnT7"tf
J. A. STANSBI'KY, Proprietor.
r l 'UK above Hote is located within Twenty
I Steea o the Railroad Plat orm Buggige
hardTd fre»«f Charge. n tfiTotf
ALBERT O. PITnKR. HENRY H. SMITH.
PITN’ER & SMITH,
Wholesale and Retail
Grocers & Commission Merchants
AND DEALERS IN
PURE KENTUCKY WHISKIES.&c.
No, 95, Corner Broad A Howard sis ,
ROME, - - GEORGIA.
rioinc, G a.,
CALL the attention of dealers to the fact
that they have just received the largest
Drv Goods, Boots, Shoes, &<*.,
ever offered in the Cherokee country, and
can furnish them at exactly New York prices.
Call and be convinced. sept22'7(My
' o a ic
■' - Cl'
p RI'V£NTSCHIi-L* s TI
& WHOLESALE DRJGGIsts
IS PLEASANT to the Taste, EXHILARA
TING to the Body, imparting VIGOR and
STRENGTH to the CONSTITUTION. \
Purifier of the BLOOD, a Regulator of the
whole NERVOUS SYSTEM. DYSPEPSIA
or INDIGESTION is speedily cured by the
use of this TONIC. It is a specific as a pre
ventative of FEVER and AGUE, and restorer
of the natural powers when broken down by
continued attacks of the enervating disease.
FEMALES, whose constitutions have be
come Nervous and Debilitated through sei.'m
tary habit* and close confinement to household
or other domestic duties, will find Sumtui "
Bitters the true Tonic, possessed of intrinr*,
For sale by Dr. I). G. HUNT, Physicist
and Druggist, Calhoun, Ga. aug26’7(M»u<
Fifteen Distinct Features
Ist No Limit to Travel or
Besidence. —Policy holders being
allowed to travel or reside in any part of
Europe or North America.
2. AMPLE CASH CAPITAL—
3. Policies Paid in Cash.—
No deductions for Notes or Loans.
4. THIRTY DAYS (JR A( E al
lowed on all payments after the years
premium is paid, and the policy kept in
force during that time.
5. DIVIDENDS DECLAREI
ANNUALLY upon the contribute n
plan, in the most equitable manner.
G. All Policies Non-PnrfrituLb • r
the second year, and the assured entitl and
to a full-paid policy for the while amount
of premiums paid.
7. ALL POLICIES INCONTEST
ABLE after five years.
8 Superiority of Manage
ment , —The officers combine strict
financial integrity with successful e>:j
i.lf£ j iSUB/'T'U'j:
9. All Polity-hold /•. Mcmhrnof tic
Society and entitled to vote ft r Trus
10. A CASH SOCIETY.—No Notes.
Loans, interest or other complications to
annoy the policy-holder.
11 Equity and Liberality
shown Policy holders iri the several
modes of applying djtfknds.
12. MUTUALIW.- All profits
divided among the members.
13. / 'airness of Contract —eii.b died
the written Policy in explicit terms.
14 Favorable rate of Mortality, takes
nly first-class risks.
15. All ryliotts dinerim unfit,ns oho 7
hrd. —No extra premiums charged i t
Railroad, Express or Stean b at en
R. J. MASSEY, Atlanta, G .
Manager Southern Departmcio
Dr. E. IV. Brown , Local Agent.
Dr. W. J. REEVES, fried. Ex., Calhoun. Ga.
Gokdon County Farmers, whenever you
visit Rome don't fail to call on UeJournett &
Son for Groceries. #
YJDillard sr., haying anolie,! n, kI W ’ r
Guardian of the person and proper
R. and John R. Stewart. m tao f.
fourteen years of age, relents
& T . hlS 13 aU person*
be and appear at the term of the < t
(Irdinary, to be held next .fW «t ’° r ’ H
tion of thirty days from the first m.lf> r| -
of this notice, and show catmo ,V ,0a
can. why s.id w 0. C. Dill.nl' Sr V**
not be intrusted with the Guardi,V 1- U
Pr ° PC, ,y ° f ■* W *
Gordon County Sherif s Sal,.,
’ll TILL be sold before the Court Mon* i
1 * IJI Ui« town of Calhoun, Ga.. n„ Z * '
. Tuesday in December next, within the l
hours of sale, the following property , J''
Oue sorrel horse colt, eighteen or t
months old, levied on as the property of W
R. Burnett, to satisfy one Superior onart<
fa. in favor of Caroline Brownlee y. »
Burnett, W. A. Bray and J. W. Johns, n
Also, one field wheat thresher rknoan
a separator] with all the fixtures heW
thereto, including horsepower, and Wt l( m J
as the property of Asel Littlefield, to
one Superior court fifa. in favor of Aver ’
Hill vs said Littlefield.
Also, at the same time and place, wifi i
sold, one half interest in town lot No. ;; , in '
12 feet of the west end of lot No 8 », 1
4 feet off South side lot No. R, running \\,
jind West, full length oflot No. 8, all in ;
section of the town of Calhoun. Gonj ,
county, Ga., in favor of Ayer & Hills v< \.
Also, at the same time, will be sold, 0l)f
Yoke of Oxen estrayed by Thomas L. T.u.n
Description of said oxen. One of th r ox
dun sides, white back and belly and ah .
face, marked in right ear with an under*. ’
in the left ear with a smooth crop, and ti»
other ox, black sides and black and w|, ,
speckled back and holly, the ends of ! .
horns are sawed off—had a medium site I- '
on, marked in right cur with a swallow f.,-,
the loft ear with an underbit; no 0n,,,
marks or brands—supposed to be 5 or*
Also, at the same time and w ill be sold
the Track & Rond hed of the Selma, Rom x
D. R. R., lying in the limits of Gordon <•„,s.
ty, and also upon the Bridges, piers, abut,
inerts, Ac., upon said Road lying in Gordon
county, in favor of Gustavos W. Nagle Vs \
B. Bread, Lessee of the Selma, Rome \
oct3,tds JOHN GRESHAM, Sh ff
/ i EORGTA, GORDON COUNI 'i
vl Reeves, having applied to he npi>«<int• and
Guardian of the person and property of John
H. and Martha Dye, minors, under foiirt> (n
years of age. residents of said county. Tl «
h» to cite all persons concerned, .o be and
pear at the term of the Court of Ordinary to
be held next after the expiration of tbirti
days from the first publication of thism.ti
ami show cause, if any they can, why -aid
Osborn Refeves should not he entrusted with
the Guardianship of theuhove named minor*
This October 26th, 1870.
oct27-40d -1). W. NEEL, Onl y.
Yl ORE of that Good Old California Brandy,
ill 3or 4 years old ; also, Wine of all kinds,
Ale, Porter, kc. at
C. J. THAYER & CD’S
Oct.lotf. Confect ionerv.
A SITUATION as teacher, by a young In
dy. References exchanged.
Address, A. C.,
octlßtf Times Off ce, Calhoun, Ga.
Ewtablishctl in Ih.*>o,
T. R. RIPLEY, v
Removed to Peachtree Street,
ATLANTA , GEORGIA.
Wholesale Dealer in
CROCKERY & GLASSWARES.
lIT ILL duplicate any Bills bought in any
TV Market, to the uinount of One Hun
dred Dollars, and upwnHs, adding Freight
I’. .8. All Goods guaranteed as repre.Dinted
from this House. Aug 19 ly
Two River Farms For Sale.
ONE; two and a half miles north of ilesacs,
on the W, k A. R. It.—containing about
500 acres—two settlements.
One, one and a half miles north-east of R**-
saca—containing 160 acres.
Will bdsold at a bargain if early applica
tion is made to J. 11. BARNETT,
sept2’7o-Sm Rksaca. Ga.
MiUsi Medical Discovery!
Dr WAUCaa*3 CALIFORNIA
. INEGAR BITTEnS,
i or v., > . .. v t-...er in > u y <>.' < , <
in single, us • ..o U.m. " 0 ilori -i turnu. 1 to, li.uHß'jtm*
lk.ursi... - i.o -i. in. i:n..l I rui.oi us a.--:.
Hundreds of Thousands
Be..- i s'imony to 1 heir wonderful
V/:!AT ""3 TMZY?
THEY ARE NOT A VILE
- - »*CY driwkJ
Made of Poor Rum. Whiskey, Proof Spir
its. and Refuse Liquors, Oociored,
and sweetene-I to p.'eaae tue taste, ca ! led ‘ -Tomes
“ Appetizers, ” “ Restorer*, w Ac., that lea i tbs
tippler oa to drunkenness and rum, but are s true
Medicine, made from the Native Root* and
Herts of California, free from all Alcohoho
Stimulants. Tney ar»t*>«G BEAT BLOOD
PURI FLEJR an 1 LIFE GIVING PRIN
CIPLE, a perfect Renovator and invigors! >r
ot the System, carrying off ail poisonous matter,
and restoring the blood to a health/ condition.
No person can take these Bitters, according t#
directions, and remain long unwell.
StOO will be given for an incurable case, pro
viding the bones are not destroyed by mineral
poisons or other mean*, and the vital organ*
w.is>d bevond the point of repair.
Por Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu
matism, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi
go tion. Bilious, Remittent, and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder,
tors have been most enecesaful. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood,
is K'-ner illy prod need by derangement of vs*
Digestive Organs. %
Tney invigorate the stomach, and itimula*
the torpid liver and bowels, which reader thesa
of unequalled etficacy in eleansiny the boo I c '‘
all impurities, and imparting new life and
to the whole system. _ . .
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
Pain in tue Hhonlders, Coughs, Tightness of i *
(best, Dizziness, Sour 6tomach, Bad Ta*t« “
the Mouth, Bi lions Attack*, Palpitation of to*
Heart, Copious Discharges of Urine, P* l ®**
the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred o.ner
painful symptoms which are th* otoprms* 1 *
D. spepsia, are cured by these Bitters.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever T° a
it* impurities bursting through the *s* n >2
pies. Eruptions, or Sores; cleans* **■■■*“•
foul, and your feelings wdl tell
the blood pure and the health ot the syste.
r °PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, tagWjg
the system of so many thousands, are
destroyed and removed. .ireular
For full directions, read earefuUy
around each bottle, printed in four lwigt**s^
English, German, French, and Bpam*h. -
J. WALKER, 32 &3* Commerce Street, ■*• |
Proprietor. It. H. McDONALD * <»•.
Drusorists and General A*es*»-
San Francisco. California, and 32 and3-4 tom
me-ce Hr et, N. Y. era *>'D
BY ALL DBUGOISTS A* j
DEALERS. " >
Thev urr u tlcnllr l’nrsullrr as well na sTnnlc.rniv'
i- t a '<>. t •) itrcunsr m. 1 1 1 :.< i- u* a p MrcifuliagcntlnruiinMn *
or lutUuimal omt* i. >l.l r. a d ml i no Visceral Orv-ar.