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The annuer County.
Sesadtast old O;llatin Is the banner Demo
aratto oounty of the Territory. In referrlug
to the speeches of otn. 8amuel Word, and
the labors of Col. Black in that county. we
did not meatn to slight the old home leaders
in that ooutty; anid especially not Jude
Stseet,,who awqka.ed sueil fervor in every
part of the Oi latln valley.
besides the old workers at Bozseman whom
we all known Maj. Bruce, Capt. Wright and
O. L. Clark reinforced them strongly,; and
proved of great assistance to the old guard.
Hamilton was carried by math foroeand,hard
work. East Gallatin was steady as of yore.
The hsar1 yeomanry a.t Wdllow Creek
marched up in solid array. The "Big Horn"
preaelet on the Yellowstone was handsome
ly carried, but the great fight was at Galls
tin City. This was claimed as a atroughold
by thewrlde-mnuthed Clacketters. 'l'woays
becor, the election Messrs. Street and Word
nsde most dlamagrikg speeches to the ndlt
S ýa,i a.slit' election day- Gu.k4a C.n.phIell. I
and the Major. Judge Gatllaher, M1r. I )u lar, 1
Mr. Hill, .11 Nichols. Mr. Rea, and all thi.
'boys'" with tllh eslcouragii.g Nl;ihte of th ia
la lies to aid thrm, made a gallant tight ran - I
curried the precinct. All honor to these and
to all whom we cannot mentioq. hbl! eqilly I
deserving of praise, whose noble efforts a
made oll GallatinLthue Banner Xzmnmorstic
Joea BnlaG.Is oN Go.(n e-Jos.h Billings
relates his experiu nce with gcangs trhusy : I
iever c n erradicate holi from ml menmory
the sound uv the flust g~.. I ever herd. I
Was iettilu Qn tlhe fr)ont step. OV a tavern in
the city ov Bufalo, pensively smokin ·. ThIe
ii was gotni to bed and the hevein for at
Uit ivl a blasainrg ar tht surfbrlnanc.. The
Ery Kanal, with its golden waters, was on
its way to Albanty, and I was p.erusin the line
ot . Bt floatin by. "ardi+. ti of Itly
' lit;9 .i 1loh.1s and
t n lli''^i 4 tir 'tite s. as it were
inl a swet, wanted toc kl:ce. I telt gratte,
I actually grew. Tliire are thin:i.s n this
' b thtblg &tL.be trlflrd with ; there are times
when they break l.uc Iran hisself, when lie
sees perrets, wh.u Ii- can almosn touch the
mie, and feel : s tlhurigh be could fill both
hands wit th e staras ,f hevin, and almost
i ayl he ita a t, iprn~,i tf- 'that's what
ailed me. Buti the eorse ov trn ln neverdid
runtl s thi (tihl is dhakspere'i npinyul too).
ý47` t i> Tj1 x b rii, r . iaer:, dam
e ; Tianrnit. &4b1 tl4t, 1,, roar, ram,
dull.nler. dimniner, whaung, rip. rare, rally. I
d!ltlmer, dumer. dumi-witth a treilenjtus
.r f tr1 # Prbe 4j% ta Oj e sidqwalk, I
with another I cleared theI gutter, with an- I
" other I stood in the mid lie ov the ,
lnortin lilkA ianlnjun ,i at bai4 ot wiuait.
-4 gizedoin wilt deipair at; the trisirn stand. ri
: i Ihart MaI.~Lt t big i1ar4iti ,,a.e. r ,
ml teatSt wuz az lIe az a string flv bedes. I
thought that all the krockery ill the tavern I
hied fell down, I thetni .lt " tenoui nonso, 11t
thought ov Gabzel and his hot-. ; I wnzjut. a
on the pint ov tlliukii ov r it'thing else
when the landlord kuan out ,on the Aroot
stupe ov the taverin h'din by a string the
bottom ov an old brass Letthl. Hle Lawled
nle gently with ii.ihland. I went w slia up tit
him, he kamChed lii teart, lie said it was a
gong, I saw the kilsaed !hinr. hie .ald -upper
W.ltz readg he ax+d uile et I w:ºild have black
or green tea, atnd I ':aid I wuld. r
WHAT 19 a HotoDLi'. ?--The Eastern press
is profounbtty, ag;itred over the above con
undruunll .What is a h,,odhiut ? a.sks the New
York iVorhl. Fven .1saitt:a Marble. itlh all
Shis flasic and Eastern lotre. fails to catch tie
meaning of this. new Calitortia word. We
are not strprised. The ani. at is indigeni
0us tweour itatti the tt h i,,t our petiu
liar eivfltlation-beloni .t un. We proceed
to ealighilen the .sgvi.s- dof the press. The
hodh.lnll-is a ,male of the human species. o01
the genus homo. lie eluse;s in broadclot.
wears poli's~d boots. 'earries a cane. Lie is
too lazy to WoCrtk he is too prouul to her, he
.4 too cowardly i.to steal. lie lives off the
hard eatrnings of the sin atd shlame- ot so.me
poor girl whom he abu.-s and tneglects ; he
sta.di po lt the street. corlers 'with his hoodti
t!mn co,,nrades of ..t ~OdP.teIrioI ; stares in
l.l.at vt~ejparLity at hlonitst women,. a :ii insult
wiftrrcds gestate ind indl.ce..it e'xpren'slton
tine ;sieled doves as they flu; ter by. He has
r+ssu-etable relatives from; w\ tn c+a borrows
wt,e;l the wo.tlf follows hliu tooj celosel'. aid
durhtg election times hI- sells hi. iiiilhence
ftor coti, and ahis to coetril juihi'al resutlts.
He travels ot shalpe and talent ; lie bulllie.
the. weak. aiedl lwass ItOPivn the strong,; lhi
ambition is to got ume+ si.wtnrc- !!..rtl'ite
politics; ' h is a nl2htwatemi;nll a;. or Ihas a
special polit'dt i;tn'. hteat-d-ities wihicit lhe
never p)rtirtlns. excep. to a. ,lle:,; the- miiine)i'y.
He lives.a ftre lout;che-; ie antetti-- hinesell
+ by rowdyr.*rtitns: att.l.s exccrsiitle. Bjis
strong t-fffrt is to ke-ep ,out ol the clit'euie,}
of the law. 1.e ise l:e tInrel andla szetirllie,
ltA '1,vi. . d;lll-ere .id rd,. .ilnelstiae lmlell.
and finally adopts the felon's profP.sioln-
then he ceases to be a hoe,dllnm. He be
comes a drtinkar.l. and is the, called blunrs
mier. He gets ihahby. and finds neo frail w p
men to support him; he is theen vaFabonti
sad loafer. I)uri g th titue of hisRParlier,
success he hangs around theatres'; knowei
and Is useful to :ctors-.nd actresses ; he l a
elaquer and deladhead. lie brings up either
iu the Hoeme of the Inebriate, the County
Hospital or the State Prison. He is a dis
grace to his fthily and a nuisance to the
commaunity.-,'. . Chronicle.
OvsRDJctaSItIst s vulgr. sj'eoelily in we
me.aerh. h lit ofI `o tLt studi-itand eye-lit
street. Toil, ts. eveni when tas.etul as to color
and style, delnote-. If habitually rich and
showy. mental vlgal);y. their transparent
destgtitps.ng Io uenprtltcal. aaterial me-ans.
to impress the bteholder. 'The relined. be
lut untalvorsMdy inpres eti. suspecting such
outward rielhneaq to i* $1he nmask of Inwa.4
poverty. A prrvalhen fashion of caisly V
dreauing is slg. of general vt1lgWa , ~. The
finest type of ladyhood would recoil oft.eled
from her nmlrroe.aiif seeing herself besilked.
befeathe.al ,, sd t14-weid, for aqrdyltrng -
walkt rd.r.ui . P$bi Will beeasi uiplyd eganit
In ler lut4sir +I . s sau. ar.ln her apmn
nar. and ifi* iotx ti4t, tith!er in tlhe one
or the sOa, It gaUt. yrurt to outvie her
Wu lrlsae maet we
ar, xnhld to ý tcan: - a ,eer oreve.y
ftue zr torn if tl eis week. '?e
. espntnsible. party. .' p payv' tw'~ -c4t.t- $
.1.'lr thea tfingers l'loaes tmuj on(e lh:ad.
,t d , iiat. s?4 )Jw It;:`i -,aoe ,f sIar
4, 'm. 3.. ,A
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Irrviuassto . -a
The New York Herald has letters from
Stanley giving a history of a meeting with
Dr Livingstone and the latter's secount of
his explorations. - It says the Chaitbesi is
the headwaters of the Nfle.1 The stonei the
doctor tells of the two countries through
which the great river runj read like aiabl~ .
tie tells of.Ivory being so cheap and plenti.
ful as to be used for the deoor posts! Of a
skillful manufheturg of a fine gran cloth.
rivaling that of Indii, of 4a people nearly
white and extremely handsome, whom he
supposes to be descendants of the ancient
Egyptlans; of copper mlnes at Kataouir, tbi
have been worked for ages and of doellihtf
triendly people. Dr. Livingstone and Stan
ley explored the head of Lake Tangaupike
and returned to Ujiji where they spent
Christmnas of 187. Stanl!ey says he found
Livingstone, -in, a very destitute condition,
robbeed and deserted by his men. He looks
to be only abdut fifty, and is quite hale and
I.CTRUcTIVE .ItraDl.t.-T-hle otlowing ex.
lressios oa public maen make nlastructive
rer lia just now:
'No man cen .hold otlice under Grant and
maintain his aeif·espeet." said Forney a
"Grant ha. no more capabillites than a
horse," said flighting Joe ooker a mouth
"Hie is not lit to govern this country,"
werOe stnltou's a dying words.
"'here are sixtee-n weighty reasons why
Grant should never be President," wrote
C'oltix in 1608.
"He haas ld .iore soul than a dog," said
Ben. Butler less than a vyear ag~
"lie is not controlled by constitntional -
law, but by politlceal ings," said Lyman
"His San Doumingo bleslness stamps him as
a first-class conspirator," says Governor Pal
"He is making money ount of his position,
and that's all he cares about t," aild Senator
Carpenter to a Ierald correspondent.
"He is a inawv without any kuowledge to it
preside over a caucus," said LoiCanlin 18369.
me A CAwttroan a~engineer predicts that in tei,
me years' time the whole conlitrv will be gril.
Jl ironed with Marrow 'Itge rallroAdiLs. ie es;
st timates the average cost of these roads lo be
it below $8.000 per tumile, anti says th'a passeri
id gers can be trAnsported over teomu at one
). cent a mile. and-that freights can be carried
i- at proportionately low rates. In his opltilon
i, farmers caniafford to build -)me.irtbitds by
h. subscription for the purpose of taking their
is products to t market. He clttliis that where
., ever these roads have been madtle, toe itoel
i- has paid handsome dividendis. bhough suchi
Se e roads,
c. while it Swyeedenm and Norway they are c.tu
i.. Jug inm. general use. UColorrdo has a narrow
i, gauge railroad asue eilghts miles long. tnd
1 it is ueetiug the vxpv.atiomn of the builders.
m Chlartersto buil4 narrow gauge roads have
1. been granted in quite a pumnber of States, and
it a few lines ohavst been commenced.-St. Paul
A CourPc.r.-That "War hlorse" of the
Democrneay, Hlorace Greeley, his agreed inll
the event of his election to the Presideney
to restore time Arlinguton estate to the ~ee
tfuwily, and to rznove the remains of the pa
trh': deidl. uow lying iim thil National Cewse.
tary there; in order tlhat the Lees may have
all eij.m ymnnt of the place.-Spirts of ts
We have said that we wouldn't vote for
**i ounest old lorace," bItEIf our cotemporary
w ill only prove to us tme correctness oat its
Sitsetioºm, ve will take it %U~ tack, anid will
not only vote for him but do our 'level best"
to elect hint. If there ever was any one act
of the Radil~ga moore, damnable than anlother.
it was the stealinlg uof "ha properry.--Frueno
Is JARInz DEAD:-Advices from the City
of Mexico, July 16, via Havana. six days at1
ter the reported death of Juarez, make no
mention of any such event, aid. speak of his
beting called uion to resign. Either there is
a mistake in tie date of his death or he is
still living. M-xicans at San Francisco are
still offering any odds on wagers that he is
not dead. I
A roeprt'rr climbed three flights of stai's
in Roton in search of a lUbor nmeetinrg, and
upon; inquiry as. to the itetentil of the
stalkers. was informed throughm the key-hole,
rhato*ddr vas- no meeting tier dat tier noos
papers as to know apIiug ambout." The re- ,f
por:er retired. en
Naaefac~urer sa f~ler i.
Boots -and Shoes,
MAIN BTRKET, 5DZZMA3(, D. 4.
Warranted b l% id4 imade of as best ma ,lI
30H O K :rlpS·os 4oaa.. If wsan year #oeb
sns led. br ing shar ons.
" 1 4
Z: S X Z~~~~s~~IF~P9~l/r
·: ~ w
bg. sonsEaxi EorrNTyiA
et "'" "
Sew Brick Hotel
oks oters unsurpassed aecommodations tor the travel
ed e. It ie othli.t#ta in a style not unequalled, which
ke.i it the very
ive Best Hotel in the Country.
nd ts tables ar esupplied, in the greatest abundance,
a withall the
a Luxuries of the Seaion,
, which are prepared under the immediate sperv.e
ion o f th e ,
, BEST, COOK IN THE TERRITORY.
lid The proprietors and then employees make it, not
only their duty, but their pleasure, to have their
guests feet at home Whilst I their house. 1-1
an .ER 'T1V.A.1
FOSTER a DANIELSO,
to lJtcanlFos;iq, Zan. H. DAnIELS.
be RIHE proprietors would announce to the people a
t. , Bozeman and Gallatin county that their spleldid
New Planing Mi,
ir having all ti -ecrssary uasehlnery of she most
. modern manufacture,
ti IS NOW IN OPERAT'ION,
S and we are fully prepared to do all kiads of
1 And will manutacture,.in a superior style, 1
Suh, D"n, Wiuim w DIkiE 1
The mechanical department of the mill will be
t ander he aupervileson of the experienced and well
known workman, Wa. PAGE, and we warrant sat
iafaction to all who give us their orders.
Maia and 1Boseman Streets.
I HVE JUST RLCEITED a large stook of
f'rnge, Patent Medletnes, Paints, Oils, Brmhes
Perfumery, Soaps, Toilet
And useful articles, to which linvite the ttent'nn
of the public, while I return thanks for former lib.
erul patronage, aid hope to merit a continuance of
PRBSCRIPTIONS PUt UP WITH ACCURACY,
and orders by mail or otherwise promptly filled.
8. H. OSBORN.
DR. THOS. REECE, M. R. C. 8.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Ofice, Librar: Building, MYar street,
HELENA, M. T.
ID R. 1REECE begs to return thanks to his patrons
for the tibe-al support he ha. received during
the last three years and to inform the publicgeper
ally of the gratifying succes with which he has
treated his patients, many of whom had Ibeen suf
ering for years without ajy relief, but who are now
n the enjoyment of perfect health through his treat
Dr. R., would further state that his experlenca
has enabled him to disting ieh those diseases which
are peculiar to this Territory, and Will kn future 4
vote his attention to their treatment, ibeling coma.
dent of his ability to recommend the best and moat
modern practice adopted by the European and
Specirl attention will be given to Rheumatism,
Piles, Inflamed Eyes, Syphilis. oi all its forms,
SGosrreas, Gleet, Spermttorrhea and all other
vil effects arising from such diseases.
Numerous testimonials may be seen at the Dr.'s
oimce,4s ler ,withl such convincing proofs that
will satisfy he mosat skeptical of his success, and
he hopes that by strict attention and straightrogr
ward conduet to merit a trial from the suffering
CON8ULTATIONti FREE, CHARUE8 STRICTLY
N. B.-Dr. Reece will prescribe for the deserving
poor ree of charge, btireen the boirs of S a. wt.,
ita * 14
1 t vhIa4W1 uitnI Ho ues.e a
m e rprept d with *w and
txaXSityiY, U T., April 18,IMVY
o-nd~ ala l o mn- il
BOZ1EMAN, M. -T
- OF --
Ever Brought to the Mountalne.
ANtI MORE TO ARRIVE?
NEEDED IN A
A+ '. Twer Prices than Ever"Be
tore Offered In this Market. I
BOOTS AND SH110ES,
HATS AND CAPS.
Out fitting Goods
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Will always fnd a full upply of
FARMINC IMPLEME ENT8.
Will at all times And every description of
Are nvlted to call sad examine our full line of
GOODS. Erc.. Eye
Will lad a eomplete assortment of
An4 the very latest styles of
Rpad -*Made Clothing7
TAUEt IX EXCUAXGE
At the Jighest Market Price.
_ y r "
CA THE A' ON OF TE CITI
SWhich we Wi11 sell
I zens of 3oanOBa 11att Qldyiti t Vley Ip.r
AS EVIR'BROUGHT TOsiA.LLATI VALLEY;
:hich we Will sell
For Cash af Helena Prices,
Coasisting of all kInds of
CENT'S FURNISHINC COODS,
/ Hats and Caps,
BOOTS & SHOES.
ALL KINDS OF
GLASS WA il;I,
All of which we will sell
kt the Lowest Cash Price.
We can afford to sell cheaper than other bouIes,
as a member of the arm stays in New York, and
we have an agent in California.
Call and examine our goods and satisfy.ourselves 4
before purchssing elsewhere, as we have the
Best Assortment in Bozeman.
, Two doore below the BRICK HOTEL. r
1-I ELLIS, DAVIS & SPERLIMS.
ý" North PacificHotel
A. D. HAWKS, Prop'r,
Corner of Main and Black Ste.,
H YAVING taken charge ot this popular hotel
and rfltted, refurnished and thoroughly over
hauled the s ae; I am'prepared to offer superi
or acommo 'etlons to the publire
5 110! HO 10
I AM now prepared to carry INVALIDS and
I PLEASURE PARTIES from Bozeman to the cel
ebrated Bot Springs of Horr & McCartney.
For terms, apply to Gov. Williams, Bozeman
City, M.T. JOHN WERKS.
THE BRIbAL CAuMBEi.
EassyM for Young .en, on greg SOCIAL
EVILS 3nd ABUES, which interfere with Man
nRIms, with sure means of relief for the Erring and
Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Sent free or
charge, in sealed envelopes. Address. HOWA RD
ASSO.CIATION,No 8, Ninth Street, Philadehia
Pennsylvania. lpl- •
JAMES B. FINCH,
At his old stand, next door to Ward's Butcher Shop
f M) STRErT, BOZEMAN, R T.
- AS every facility for doing all kinds of work
in a superior manner. Thankful for a liberal
patronage In the past on again taking charge of his
old stand, he would respectfully ask a renewal of
the same, a..guarantees satisfaction.
HI N. ANNIS,
At the upper end of Main Street,
BOZEMAN, M. T.,
Is fully prepared to do all kinds of
. -- AND
WA.GO-N WOR K.
HORSES, MULES AND OXEN SHOD.
And everything pertaining to the Blacksmithbbusl
ems ptlyxecuted, si a satisfacetory manner,
and at owprices.
VIRGINIA CITY, X. T.
DAVIS & Si JNO : : PROPRIETOR.
PARdlT Vrm the Va lyvsiting b tho4atk
irer ree'qtes e to sise this h se acall, sX e
are si they will be pleased with the perfect
arrangament of everything that will conduce to the
tand plu. The tablesN ar sup
p ied with every ting The in bl then dtrw.
.l b iruslep Cooeks n4 d-servid :v
Ceneral Conveynnr and
RUAIL ER<STATE A.e.I. T.
lS prepared to make all manner of
Dpubm, olrrGases, Powmas or Arronmrr,
etc., on the shortest aoties satd to best style
known tote "Goldpen," the "goose quill" -
an4l m aklng homestead 1
e trltar el ps a ithr , to be nled
at*ltaftf Ived es bui ad. sell-n
Rt-·-·;i··i? ~i~ · ik~E·~P, -i-· :' 4
I.ees.wr .N Guy A Land,
Rmemuetas.r e[ and Iealer wa
ST OV "E
I A 1RI P A E,
TINWAR. E, Eto., Eto.
Keeps constanly on hand a Rood assortment
of the most approved patents, of
COOK & HEATING STOVES
Also a great variety of
foz the Farmer, the Mimer, and the Camper.
A liberal share of public patronage solicit
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed.
of every kind, done with neatness and dis
patch, and at low tates.
Main Street, opposite kllis, Eaiis & >I
BOZEMAN. MONTANA TERR..
A. PIERSTORF, Proprietor,
res Gallatin County, Montana.
The Brands of Union Mill Con
trol the Territorial
The Best Millers Employed
Cood Roads Lead to the Mill.
Flour Ready when
My Mill is always in operation, and Flour
in any quantity desired can at all times be
I. 1I. ADAMs,
SUCCESSOR TO W. LETSON,
P. Schuttler's Chicago Wagons,
Coan & Ten Brocke
Buckeye Reaper & Mower,
Furst & Bradley Riding Hay Rake
FUBST & BRADLEY PLOWS,
RUNK'S GANG PLOWS,
Skinner's Gang Plows,
WILsoN SEWING MACHINES,
BUCKEYE GRAIN DRILL,
HORSE POW.S, 8oo.:
Ishall keep constantly on hand a till stock of
wagons. of diferenitsises, open and covered bug- I
gies, wagon woods, wagon eovers, extra spring
seats, neck yokesI, double and soingle trees. Also,
a wood stock o plows,. of different sizes, extra plow
beams and handles standing and rolling coulters,
and in fact everything belonging to a well ordered
Being connected with the extensive and well
knowwihouse of God. A. Lowe, of Corinne, I shall
be enabled to sell at p lce that will be eatirely sat
All machtaesnr sold by Me is warranted, with fair
usage, agalast bn.akage for one year. jhould any
i of any aehinae or wagon give way in the above
mentioned time, through any defect, if returned
here will be replaced free ot charge.
All letters of niquiry promptly answered.
I. H. ADAMS.
Helena. M. opposite Vawter a Co.
MAIN STREET. BOEMAUM, p
Joe Brownv & Co.,
Tk X.st Lmas,; Wnis, 4e.OaR L oesu
Z .ptesmtn"nayUwa. St
Family 1_(ark 1.
l aurai. 1n, P aroke t, i
~y i . d s .-~-~~fc2·~i 6'. t :'
'.. T THE FIRE!t
Juiins aum & (
Also GENERAL AGENTS for
W.-KNABE & CO,
AND OTHER FIRST CLA.3
" iano orte
Every Instrument fully warranted for
A complete assortment of the i:prove
Bsuer and the Silver Tongue
.A. N D
always on hand.
M·anfactr.rers and Importers of
IAID- ISTBIJIIBNTS, STRIINS,
And all kinds of
With Itcreased facilities we are enabled to offer
GREATER INDUCEMENTS THAN EVER
TO TIHE TRADE.
mi Catalogues of PIANOS, OtG A GA
- MELODEONS, or MUSICAL MIER.
CHANDISE will be sent FREE to a.:
address upon application.
All kinds of
Ueeomn-hand Planos & Organs takesi in exc!ang
for new ones.
JULIUS BA/ER & CO.
390, 392. 394 and 396 Wabash Avenue,
(I ate C.urch of the Messiah,)
Ner'Tork Heuse: J. BAUEB & 00.,
660 Broad wagy.
-- - --. a
A. RE ENDORSED AND PRESCRIBED BIT reno
I leading Physicians than any other tone a
simulast now in use. They are A SURF' PitEVI~
TIVE of Fever and Ague, Intermittents, Biliot.
nL ess, nil all disorders arising from Minsmant l.
eauses. They are highly recomm endci as an ant
dyspeptic, and in cases ofindigastion are navaluab .
as an Appetizer and. Recuperant, and in cases f
General Debility they have never in a single I •
stance failed in. producingr tfe Trost happy resull
They areparticunlarly BENEFICIAL TO FEBMALE
r strengtheling the body, invigorating the mind Asl g
giving tone and elasticity to the whole systen
he HOME BITTERS are compounded with t .
greatest care, and no Tonic Stimulant has ever be .
offered to the public SO PLEASANT TO TB i
FASTE, and at the same time combining so msy,
remedial agents, endorsed by the medical fraters
ev as the best known to Pharmacopoeia. It cos
little to give them a fair trial, and
Every Family Should Have A Bottle.
In Chicago theHOME BITTERS are vouched f@o
as superior to any now in use by G A Mariner, An,
alyticol Onemist; James V Z'Blany, M D; Proft
Chemistry, Rush Medical College; H S Hahn, M D
B McVica. M 1) J B Walker, M D; Norman s
B'ars, M D; TS $oyn MD; and R Luplam M D:
In Cincnnati by J , Vattier, M D; A James, If
D; C Tsims on M D;S 8 P Bonner, M D; D SMus
craft,, e l; G tV Bigleer M D; W T Talhlfere,
MD; J n J Qunsn, M D; m H Buckner M DI W A
Woodward; M D" G ALaoberts. Ml); R S Wayne,
Chemist; Chas Woodward, M D; G K Taslor, M D;
DWMcCarty, MD; P rFMey M D; R H John-
son, MD. t'
In St. Louis, Eo Sander, P ois, ya .
Chemist pronounces the Home Bitters as'suerior
to the.celebrated Hostetter's and they have also theb
following endorsement of the medical profession is
St. Louis, July, 1870.
Jaezs A JACKSOw & Co.-Gentlemen:-As yon
have communicated to the medical profession the'
receipt of the Hone Bitters, it cannot, therefore,
be considered as a secret or a patent medicine, no
patent having been taken for it. We have examia
ed the formula for making the Home Bitters and
unhesitatingly say the combination is one of rare
excellence. All tl articles used in their comnpo.
sition are of the beat class of which they belong
being highly tonic, stimulent, stomachic, carmins
tive and slightly Isaxative. The mode of prepraing
them is strictly in accordadce with the rules of
Pharmacy. Having used then, seen the effects in
our private practice, we take pleasure in recom
mending them to all persons desirous of taking bit
ters, as being the best Tonic and Stimulant not
offered to the publie. L. C. Baisliniese, Prof.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women St. Louis,,
Late President Missouri Medical College.
FRANK G. PORTER, M D;
Member of Board Health, St. Louis, Mo.
EA CLAK, M D.
Prof. of Surgery, No., Medical College and ltIS
Resident Physician City Hospital, St. Louis, Mge
HERBERT PRIMM M D,
Professor of Practical Pharmacy, St. Louis Colleget
Editor of Medical Archivese
C GERICKE, M D,
CA WAR,, M D
s. G. MoNs s D
Dr CV F LUb WIG
ALmRED 'HEACOCK, M D1.
W A WiK(;OX a D
EC FR&.ANI LIN, M bD,
Prof. of Surgery Homoteathy Medical College.
T Q COMSTOCK, M D,
Prof Midwifery 4 Disesesof Women, College of
·eox. T I FLE, M D
.Prof. of Meteri , Bumoeopath.a Medicl
Colleges of Miasouri.
JOHN CONZLEMAN, M D,
Lectures of diseases of Children, HQmnpoathic Mld
lest lC lege of Mo.
CHARLES VASTINE, M D,
Prof. of Physiology, Homoepathic Medical College
Prof. Clinical Medical College Homuopathre Physie
clans and Su .geoas.
UxttD STATICs Manex Hosmrrl ..
ST. Louis MO., Oct. 8 1870.
JAxusIA. JczsoeN A Co:-- have examined tlb
formula for makiag the Home Stomach Btters sad
nse them in the hospital for the last four monthes. a.
I consider them the meot valuable tonic and stimu
last anu in use.
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