Prospect and Prices of Hogs.
The near approach of the packing
season has, naturally directed attention
to the hog crop, its extent as compared
with that of last season, and the prices
that will prevail.
In W. F. Crane & Co’s, circular of
Oct. 15th. the opinion is confidently ex
pressed that the season will be one of
low prices, and the belief is based on the
following facts: The great wheat crop
of last year, brought that product down
to the lowest prices; the heavy cotton
crop of last year and the much larger
crop of the present season, is reducing
the rate oDthat commodity to a great ex
tent, and the immense corn crop of the
present season will cheapen that grain
to a lower point than it has reached for
vears. It is now conceded that there is
a large increase in the number of hogs
over that of last year, and following the
same rule, the result must be to cheapen
hog moat, and exert a powerful influ
ence upon the price of live hogs this
The high prices of hops in the past
two years has led naturally to a largely
increased production, and the Auditor’s
reports in the States most largely inter
ested in this product, show that increase
to be 1.400,000 head of hogs over last
year, which would make 4,000,000 as
the crop for packing in the West this
season. In addition to this estimate, it
must be taken into consideration, that
the South has raised more hogs in the
past year than ever before, and New
York, Pennsylvania and Maryland, have
also increased very largely in the num
ber of hogs hitherto raised there. An
other important item is the large gain in
hogs and cattle in Great Britain, over
last year’s production. Last season the
Registrar General of Ireland reported
an increase in pigs over 1808, of 25 per
ct., and now that official reports a further
increase over the gain of last year of
nearly 400,000 hogs alone.
These facts last mentioned, make it
apparent that any exportation of meats
this year, must necessarily be at low fig
ures, and in this connection it may be
stated that the exportation of cut meats
from New York the present year, have
been about 20,000,000 pounds less than
last year, for the same time from Janu
ary Ist to the present date.
The war between France and Prussia,
which might afford ground to hope for
a large foreign demand, may terminate
at any time. Beyond these considera
tions, there is the probable fact, that, as
the pigs have increased so largely for the
fall and winter packing, a like gain has
also been continued all the way from
May up; if so, we may assume an equal
ly increased supply of summer hogs.
Upon these facts is predicated the be
lief that the live hogs for slaughter will
rule at low figures!
But is this state of affairs necessarily
unfortunate for the farmer ? To this
the reply is given, that the fattening of
the hog, even at the lowest prices, will
result in a large profit. The corn crop
is everywhere admitted to be immense,
and as it will necessarily be sold at a low
priee, the most economical way of get
ting the crop to market, as is well known,
is to feed as much as possible to the
hogs, and drive it through to market.
Every producer and farmer acts contin
ually on the fact that one bushel of corn
properly fed, will make ten pounds of
gross pork. From this is deduced the
following table :
Corn fed Cents per
out at lb, gross.
12 Jets, per bush.[will fatten hogs at 1 \
20 cts. “ " “ “ “ 2
25 cts. “ “ 11 “ 2^
30 cts. “ “ « “ 3
35 cts. “ “ “ “ * 3i
40 cts. “ “ u “ 4
45 cts. “ “ “ “ 41
50 cts. “ “ “ « 5
55 cis. “ 11 il “ s<l
00 cts. “ “ “ « 6
Now, compute what a 250 pound hog
will cost at a given rate for stock hogs.
A stock hog weighing 150 lbs.
bought at. say 6 cts. will equal Si) 00
One hundred pound weight added
10 bush, corn, at 25 cents, 2 50
Total value of hog would be §ll 50
This would make the animal cost just
4 3-5 cents per pound, and the farmer
has sold his corn in this calculation at
25 cents per bushel.
The circular concludes, with reitera
ting the opinion that there will be am
ple profit to the farmer the present year
at low figures to hogs.
Sore Backs on Horses.
A strong horse with a sore back is
frequently shorn of half his strength.—
A sore lack is usually the result of
miserable harness Yet, in many in
stances, the backhand is made too short,
or is buckled up too tight, so that the
traces at the backhand are raised above
n direct line from the hames to the
whiffle tree. When this is the case, the
backhand, when the horse draws, is
pressed down with force on the back;
and unless the pad is soft, or the har
ness be made with a patent back, a
wound will be made, which will be diffi
cult to heal, so long as the harness that
made the wound is employed on the
animal. When a horse has a sore back,
and it seems necessary to keep him in
harness, let the back band be removed
entirely; or let it be lengthened, and
fastened a few inches back of the wound.
It will be very easy to determine
whether a backhand is liable to injure
the animal’s by observing, when he
draws, whether the portion of the har
ness directly above the back is drawn
down forcibly or is lifted clear from the
back. A wound on the back of the
horse is frequently irritated so long by
tho rough harness that it becomes al
most incurable. A fresh wound, if not
kept bleeding by the rubbing of the
harness, will heal in two or three weeks
in warm weather, without any other
medicine than soapsuds. But an old
wound that has tried to heal after the
scab has been rubbed off several times
requires an application of burnt alum,
puherized, to cleanse it of the “proud
flesh.” The best remedy is a preven
tive. The driver is the one on whom
the blame should rest, for allowin'* a
horse to have a sore back. If the har
ness is not right let it be made right
before a horse is required to work in it.
It is barbarous to work an animal in a
harness that will gall the flesh. Better
cut an old collar and harness into frag
ments, and bury the pieces beneath a
grape vine, than to continue to use such
fixtures as will wound a faithful beast
of burden. Futhermore, when a sore
back has been allowed to ulcerate, fre
quently discharging ichorous matter,
one of the most efficacious remedies r s
to bathe the wound for two successive
hours in strong soapsuds every day, and
after the bathing, wash the affected
part with a solution of saltpeter and
spirits of turpentine, prepared as fol
lows : “ Put one quarter of a pound of
saltpetre and half a pint of turpentine
into a bottle; shake up well before us
ing; apply to the wound three times a
day with a feather. And when the
wound has assumed a healthful appear
ance and seems to be healing, this medi
cine may be discontinued.
Remedy for Poisons. —ls any pois
on is swallowed, drink instantly half a
glass of cool water, with a heaping tea
spoonful each of common salt and ground
mustard stirred into it. This vomits as
soon as it reaches the stomach. But for
fear some of the poison may remain,
swallow the white of one or two eggs, or
drink a enp of strong coffee—these two
being antidotes for a greater number of
poisons than any other dozen of articles
known, w ith the advantage of their be
ing always at hand; if not, a pint of
sweetoil, lamp oil, drippings, mcltedbut
ter, or lard, are good substitutes, espe
cially if they vomit quickly. —American
Houma if e.
1870. PALL - 1870.
Come, Everybody and Huy
jNT E W
Heady-Made Clothing !
DOAZ, BARRETT & CO.,
Ilig- Drick Store I
NEAR THE 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 wc are prepared to sell as Cheap as
anybody in this part of the country.
Our stock consists in part of
And, in fact, everything usually found in
a FIRST CLASS Family Grocery Store.
We are “regularly in’’ the
and pay the Highest Market Prices for
Wheat and Produce generally.
BOAZ, BARRETT & CO.
Calhoun, Ga., Aug. 11, 1870. ts
FOSTER /■ HARLAN,
Would remind the people of Cherokee
Georgia of the fact that they arc still at then
old stand on the corner of Court House and
Wall streets, ready to supply every body's
wants in the way of
STAflfc ATiB f*flCY
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &e.
At as Low Prices for Cash as anv other
man can possibly afford to do.
They also keep a select stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &c.,
arC the lowest market prices,
nill pay market prices for all kinds of
Aug 11 1 t s
New Prices !
Just Arrived and Arriving
Fro m N e w Y ork !
TAKES pleasure iu informing the
Trading Public that he has on hand
A LARGE and GENERAL Stock of
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.
BA II ROOM,
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.
Lite Insurance Cos.
OF MACON, GA.
Capital, - - - $500,000.
Deposited with St-te Authorities for protec
tion of Pol icy-boilers, and realizing
at least 8 per cf-nt.., $150,000.
All Policies Including “Ordinary Life,”
Non-Forfeiting and so Provi
ded in the Policy.
No Restrictions on Residence
AS LOW AS IS COM-~©o
RETURN PREMIUM AND JOINT LIFE POr
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, Prest.
W. S. HOLT, Vice-President.
Geo. S. Obkar, Secretary.
J. W. BURKE. General Agent.
C. F. MrCAY. Acfv.
J. MERCER GREEN, Med. Ex.
Dr. D. G. HUNT, Med. Ex. at Calhoun, Ga.
Agents wanted. Apply to
WM. «T. MAGILL, Supt. of Agencies.
sept 2 7tM>m
rp ix i? r 1 p u \ nn
EGYPTIAN INK POWDER
MAKES a beautiful, glossy Black Ink,
which, after thorough tests, has
proven itself superior to any writing
fluid now in use.
For DEEDS, RECORDS, &c., 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 Dollar!
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. F
THE PROCESS OF MAKING is
very simple—only put the Egyptian Ink
Powder into a gallon of boiling water,
st ir well, and you have a gallon of supe
rior writing ink.
After thoroughly testing this ink for
two years, we have taken the agency 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 “goot 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
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.
I solicit a liberal patronage and I propose
to sell for
VERY SMALL PROFITS
H. C. HUNT.
Angll 1 ts
WAGON & BUGGY
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. lie is prepared to fur
nish any style buggy or wagon 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,
1) OXE AT SHORT NOTICE.
In connection with my establishment is a
blacksmith shop, where all work in that line
is promptly attended to.
Tlie best of Workmen
are employed in every department, and en
tire satisfaction always given.
Aug 11 1 ts
VHMTAITI RIMi CO.,
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. aug26'7tMv
SHARP. 801101 liHS; 10.
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. auglOom
(ESTABLISHED IN 1855.)
J. 0. MATHEWSON,
A UGUSTA , GEORGIA.
sept 22 1870 ly
WOODEN WARES, Willow Ware, Tin and
Crockery Ware, for sale by
C©r. Broad & Bridge st!., Romo, Ga.
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.
Wc pay the Highest. Market Prices In
Greenbacks, for Wheat.
A trial is only necessary to convince
the people that we
Mean What we Ha.v.
gfeg“Call and See ns, on South side of
Court House Street.
Calhoun, August 11, 1870. ts
T. M. ELLIS. w. M. COI.Bt'KN.
ELLIS & COLBURN,
Manufacturers ami Dealers in
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
FINE FRENCH CALF BOOTS
AND all kinds of work usually done in n
First Class Boot and Shoe Shop.
We keep constantly on hand and for sale.
Harness and Sole Leather,
Also, a good stock of SHOES ami SHOE
FINDINGS, which we will sell
Olieap for Cash.
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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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,
ONE of the Greatest Remedies of the age, for
all diseases of the Liver. Jaundice, Bowel Com.
plaint, Colic, Chills and Fever, and Billious Fe
ver. in fact, all diseases arising from a deranged
ANTI-BILIO US PILL S.
These Pills have been used for the last fifteen
years, and for Headache, Deranged Liver, Ac.,
are without an equal.
DR. PR OPH ITT’S AG UE PILL S.
A sure CURE for CHILLS and FEVER.
Cures all derangements of the BOWELS.
Dr. Prophitt’s Pain Kill It.
This celebrated Medicine shou'd be in every
household. It is a certain cnre for all Pains, and
antidote te Bites of Poisonous insects. Snakes.
Ac. A superior remedy for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia. TRY IT.
All the above articles for sale by Dr. D. G.
Bunt, Druggist, Call oun, Ga. sept29’7o-ly
DeJournett & Son, Rome, Ga., will always
pay the very highest market price for Coun
IS one of the great
est blessings that has
ever been given to wo
man. It will relieve
Neuralgia, and a cer
tain rwreforthe Whites
and Prolapsus Uteri.
For full particulars,
history of diseases and
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CHOICE - HOTEL
BROAD BT., ROME, GA.
Passengers taken to and from the Depot Free
of Charge. oct67otf
J. A. STANSJBURY, Proprietor.
rpHE above Hotel is located within Twenty
1 Steps of the Railroad Piat'orm. Baggage
bandied free of Charge. o t6'7otf
ALBERT G. PITnKB. iIKNRY H. SMITH.
PITNER & SMITH,
Wholesale and Retail
Grocers & Commission Merchants
AND DEALERS IN
PURE KENTUCKY WHTSKIES. Ac.
No, 25, Corner Broad A Howard stg.,
ROME, - - GEORGIA .
(1 ALL the attention of dealers to the fact
) that they have just received the largest
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &(*.,
ever offered in the Cherokee country, and
can furnish them at exactly New York prices.
Call and be convinced. sept22'7o-ly
th e great-
Events chills yex s A ppE t i tc
Tlirw SOLO everywhere.
}J ]KJ PROPRIETORS MU
& WHOLESALE DRUGGIsts
IS PLEASANT to the Taste, EXHILARA
TING to the Body, imparting VIGOR and
STRENGTH to the CONSTITUTION. A
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 atfucks of the enervating disease.
FEMALES, whose constitutions have be
come Nervous and Debilitated through *rden
tary habit* and close confinement to household
or other domestic duties, will find Sumtei
Bittkrs the true Tonic, possessed of inirintu
For sale by Dn. D. G. HUNT, Pliysiciaa
and Druggist, Calhoun, Ga. aug26’7«-6o»
Fifteen Distinct Features
Ist. No Limit to Travel or
Residence. —Policy holders being
allowed to travel or reside in any part of
Europe or North America.
2. AMPLE FASII CAPITAL—
3. Policies Paid in Cash.—
No deductions for Notes or Loans.
4. THIRTY DAYS GRACE al
lowed on all payments after the years
premium is paid, and the policy kept in
force during that time.
5. DIVIDENDS DECLARED
ANNUALLY upon the contribution
plan, in the most equitable manner.
6. All Policies Non-Forfeit able after
the second year, and the assured entitled
to a full-paid policy for the whole 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 expe
9. All Policy-holders Members of the
Society and entitled to vote for Trus
10. A CASH SOCIETY.—No Notes.
Loans, interest or other complications to
annoy the policy-holder.
11- Equity and Liberality
shown Policy-holders in the several
modes of applying dividends.
. 12- MUTUALITY. —All profits
divided among the members.
13. Fairness of Contract —embodied
the written Policy in explicit terms.
14 Favorable rate of Mortality, takes
only first-class risks.
15. All odious and isc r ini inert wn s abol
ished.-—No extra premiums charged on
Railroad. Express or Steamboat em
R. J. MASSEY, Atlanta, Ga„
Manager Southern Department.
Dr. E. W. Brown, Local Agent.
Dr. W. J. REEVES, Med. Ex , f Calhoun, Gn.
Goudos County Farmers, whenever you
visit Rom* don't fail to call on PeJournett A
Son for Groceries.
A D VERTISEMIM^k
Guardian of the • I
«el R. and John R. >***"/
fourteen years of age. "S
tj. This is to cite all f 1
be and appe.r at the term 0 f I
Ordinary, to he held next \ I
tion of thirty days from the 5 T '-8
of this notice, and show can l
can. why said W. O. c. Dillard < **• 8
not be intnusted with the Gn.!* ' |
the person and property of sail I‘ * * 8
Not - *• J*J°- D. W \FKi ‘ , ? r ■ I
nov3-Sod Or*, 1
Gordon County Sheriff s s i
11 ILL be sold before the Court H I
If in the town of Calhoun G» ° 1
Tuesday in December next w ti,'- 15 i
hours of sale, the following ' * % I
One sorrel horse colt, eighth *
months old, levied on as the pr." " ‘ I
R. Burnett, to satisfy one Supers, ' I
fa, in favor of Caroline Brown) ‘ 8
Burnett, W. A. Bray and J. W j o l J* 4 1 8
Also, one field wheat thresher J
a separator] with all the fixtures V
thereto, including horsepower, n i ‘ 8
as the property of Asel LihlHbM t T'
one Superior court fifa, in favor , • I
Hill vs said Littlefield.
Also, at the same time and place f
sold, one half interest in town lot N
12 feet of the west end of lot N„ K “8
4 feet off South aide lot No. 8, runmn v B
and West, full length oflot N... s. ;i jt , e ■
section of the town of Calhoun V' ■
county, Ga., in favor of Ayer A Hill. f
Also, at thp same time, will be sold
Yoke of Oxen estrayed by Thomas L. T*
Description of said oxen. One of tl. * 9
dun sides, white back and belly and , * 8
face, marked in right ear with an
in the left ear with a smooth crop, „
other ox, black sides and black and <
speckled back and belly, the ends < I
horns are sawed off—had’ a medium mu I
on, marker! in right ear with a swallo* ■
the left ear with an underbit; no I
marks or brands—supposed to be . 1
Also, at the same time and will be \,\l
the Track & Road bed of the Seim , |(
D. R. R., lying in the limits of Gordon*-' 1
ty, and also upon the Bridges, piers
ments, Ac., upon said Road lying i* f„„
county, in favor of Guatavus W. Nagle t. 1
B. Bread, Lessee of the Selma, Rome (t t
oct3,tds JOHN GRESHAM. SI f
/ 11 t lEGIA, GORDON COUN i V
VI Reeves, having applied to he apj > ;
Guardian of the person and property of J
H. and Martha Dye, minors, under Lurt,
years of age, residents of said county. Ti
is to cite all persons concerned, to Wand n
pear at t lie term of the Court of Ordinar
be held next after the expiration of th - > 1
days from the first publication of this not
and show cause, if any they can, whv -
Osborn Reeves should not be entrusted «
the Guardianship of theubovc named mim r-
This October 20th, 1870.
oct27-40d D. W. NEEL. Ori'y.
IIORE of that Good Old California Brandt, I
ill 3or 4 years old ; also, Wine of all kinuv
Ale. Porter, &c. at
C. J. THAYER & 0)8
Oct. Lit f. Confectionery.
1 SITUATION as teacher, by a young la- j
dy. References exchanged.
Address, A. C.,
oct!3tf Times Office, Calhoun, Ga.
GstabliNlietl in lNr>c j
T. R. RIPLEY,
Removed to Peachtree Street,
A TLA NT A , GEOBG lA.
Wholesale Dealer in
CROCKERY & GLASSWARES.
YI/ r ILL duplicate any Bills bought in u
Vl Market, to the amount of One Hu:,
dred Dollars, and upwards, adding Freiglt’
P. S. All Goods guaranteed as represented
from this House. Aug 19 lv
Two River Farms For Sale.
ONE, two and a half miles north of Kesac*.
on the W. & A, R. R.—containing about
500 acres—two settlements.
One, one and a half miles north-east of R»-
saca—containing IGO acres.
Will be sold at a bargain if early applica
tion is made to J. H. BARNETT,
sept2’7o-3m Resaca, Ga.
The Great Medical Discovery!
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l'or Fvnialu Complaint*, whether in young or old, mar
ried or single, at the daw tiof womanhood or the turn ot life, these Ton
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Hundreds of Thousands
Bear testimony to their wonderful 1
WHAT ARE THEY?
TIIEY ARE NOT A VILE 1
Made of Poor Hum. Whiskey. Proof Bpir
ita, and Refuse Liquors, doctored, sp • .
and sweetened to p.'eaaet/ie taste, ca'led "Toni''*
•* Appetizers, ” “ Restorers, ” Ace., that lesithi
tippleron to drunkenness and rum, bntareatrvs
Medicine, made from the Native Rw.t* and
Herts of California, free from all Alcoholio
Stimulants. They are t m Q HEAT BLOOD
PURIFIER an 1 LIFE GIVING PRIN
CIPLE, a perfect Renovator and Invi_- .ra'or
ot the By stern, carrying oil ail poisonous matter,
and restoring the L.ooa to a healthy cor ition.
No person can take these Ritters, according to
direction*, and remain long nnwe.’L
JiiOO will be given for an incurable cane, pn
ing the bones are not destro;. ed hy mineral
poisons or other mean*, and tl.e vital organ*
wasted beyond the point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu
matism, and Gouv. Dyspepsia- or Indi
gestion. Bilious, Remittent, and
mittent Fevers, Diseases of !*•)
Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, I t.g. T 7--
tors have been rnovt raemafnl. Sue' , /,
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, ij >.
is generally produced by deraugeiaeut of Jf
Digestive Organs. ,
They invigorate the stomach, and stimulate
the torpid liver and bowel*, which r ®s-*er t '-era
of unequalled efficacy in dr*finin 'the Moo tof
all impurities, and imparting new life and vigor
to the whole system. _ _ .
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
Pain in the Bboulder*. Coughs, Tightness of th«
Chest, Dizdnv**. Sour Stomach, Bad Tael* ’.a
the Mouth, Billions Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Copious Discharge* of Urine, Pain ia
the regions of the Kidney*, and a hundred other
painful symptoms which are th3 offspring* of
Dvspepsi*. are cured by these Bitter*.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you nod
»ts impurities bursting through the akin in Pim
ples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when it is
foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keen
the blood pure and the health of the system vrnl
*°PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, lurking ia
the system of so many thousands, are eflactuahy ,
destroyed and removed. ,
For full direction*, read carefully the circular
around each bottle, printed in four languages—
English, German, French, and Spaaiah.
J. WALKER, 32 A34 Commerce Street, N-I. |
Proprietor. R. H. Me DON Aid) A CO- «
Druggists and General Agent*
San Francisco, California, and 3t and 34 te®* '<
SOLD t BY ALL DRUGGISTS AMD
DEALERS. " ' • >
Thrrsrr a GcntlePuriratlveMwell MS sTonic,powrv
ing »1»», tlio peculiar merit ot acting aa a powerful agent in relieving
Congestion or Inti animation of the Liver, and all the Visseral Organs