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QdgKsnjVEff Bw been d\ldoler*d^ii^
the mountain? back of Boralitits, Sinta
Cruz .county, California. Claim? have
been located and a company has been
formed to work one of them.
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Here is a Japauese rooeipe for Keep
ing meat fresh in hot weather : " Place
it'in a clean porcelain bowl, and pour
very hot water over it so as to oover it.
Then pour oil upon the water. The air
is thus quite excluded and the moat pre
Sausages GoiiObed by Aniline.?
Aniline red is used to impart to Bnu
. sages afresh and healthy app?ranoe. It
"can easily bo detected by the use of
alcohol or other, oithor of which sub
?T^ces^dlss?lves aniline, but not blood.
.Tho xiae of (anilino rod is severely rop
r?Tie.uaible, not only from tho faoi that
it is known to have caused illness of en
tire families who have eaten meat col
ored with it, but also because, from ita
mode of preparation, it frequently oonw
tains arsenic; nud: must, therefore, not
as a poison.
EPSOM SaIiTSAND SULPHUROUS AOEDi
in Dyeing.?It has been long remarked
that woolen goods dyed with aniline
colors and treated -with Ep3om salts
will stand tho notion of soap and soda,
and tho dressing process generally,
better than when not so treated with any
othor substance. Dr. Reimann advi- es
tho also of .Epsom salts on yarns to be
dyed-violet. By tho .notion of soda,
tho^iuighesian salt is dooomposed, with
separation' of insoluble compounds,
whioh oxert no action upon the color
ing matter; any alteration in color by
tho alkali, in dyeing with methyl and
dahlia-violet, the use of sulphurous
acid is very advantageous. .The colors
are thus obtained of a brighter, clearer
tint. It may be that a partial reduotion
of tho methyl-rosaniline to lencaniline
having taken place, oxidation then of
jjfeota. tho transformation of tho latter
?i i'.into tho former.? Dingier.
Prof. VerriijIj assures us of the ex
istence o! gigantic cuttle fishes'and
squids ou tho North American Atlantic
Coast. Of the latter he says there are
at lf^at' two "Muds. Tho body of one
that'came into his possession must have
been: fifteen feet long and nineteou
inches in diameter, and tho two exten-.
"? Silo firms of unknown length. Another
with a body ten-feet long, had extensile
arms about forty-two feet in length. A
smaller specimen, caught in herring
nets in Logie Bay, about three miles
from St. Johns, had a body more than
Beven feet long. Tho two tentacular
-arms wero twenty-four feet in length
and two and a-half inches in circumfer-.
?^je/^The^ Sh?rt.'arms wore six feet;
long and ton inohes in cir mference at
?hebaso.: Each'of the tonf.? arms bears
nDoilt ?n?iiuudredand sixty suckers on
tho broad terminal portion, all of whioh
Impbovtng : Seed Wheat.?Sow hone
but the largest and most perfect ker
nels. It has boon my praotioo for the
last sixteen - years to run my wheat
for seed over a very conso seed-screen,
so'as to sow hone but the very largest
kernels. By so doing I have improved
??my wheat sothat Thave sold nenrly all
of mv wheat at homo for seed. But in
18711 hit upon a new plan. Ihad apiece
of Treadwell wheat that was injured by
insects in the previous fall and killed
by inseotain, the winter, so that there
were spot hot worth cutting. After har
v?st I observed ,a few scattering heads
of unusual size.- It occurred to me thut
thero was wheat that had withstood the
ravages of the insects and the rigor of
thgftwiuter, I gathered .enough to sow
on^o^Bqifare, from which I realized
twenty ;poundB of wheat of. nuussally
largo, even berry, whioh was at the ra
tiorof over fifty bushels per aoro ; last
harveat had twenty bushels which
woighed.pixty-six pounds to tho bushel.
It is my. opinion that wo realize tho
besticrops from the best and most per
fedtBoed in the vegetable as well as the
animal "kingdom.?Correspondence Jiu
Medioaij Value of Asparagus and
Celery.?A medical correspondent of
an English journal says that the advant
ages of asparagus are not sufficiently
appreciated: by those who suffer with
rheumatism and gout. Slight cases of
rheumatism are cured in n few days by
feeding on this delicious esculent; and
more chronic cases are much relieved.
^SfifipiaUy if the patient avoids all aoids,
whether in food or hevorage. The Jer
usalnm artichoke has uleo a similar
effect in relieving rheumatism. The
heads may bo eaten in the usual way;
but tea made from tho leaves of tho
stalk, and drauk three or four times a
davj in a, certain remedy, though not
Equally-*'!agreeable. So the English
papor says. It may be well to remai k
that most plants which grow naturally
near tho s a coast contain moro or lees
iodine, and iu all rh?umatio oomplaints
iodino has long been n favorite remedy.
Ono who was long in tho drug business
told tho writor some years ago that
many of the popular patent nostrums
which some disinterested people?"for
tho good of their fellow-creatureB"?
sold atf f.two dollars a bottle, consisted
simply of a fo v cents' worth of iodine
in solution. Iodino is dangerous, how
.?ever,-in'-'Overdoscs, nffeoting especially
the eyes. Tho same effect may bo pro
duced by oating abundantly of aspara
gus or celery,' which aro well-known
seaside plants. If theso have no effeot,
tho patent apeoiflos will have nono, and
in that case a conscientious and intelli
gent physioian is tho best resort.?
Ono of tho highest merits of tho
French system of manners is, that its
tenacity lays down tho principle that all
arsons meeting in tho same house
now each othor without the formality
of introduction. Any man may ask
any girl to dance, or speak to anybody
at a private party. This in no way ex
tends to public gatherings, where tho
guarantee of supposed equality whioh
results from tho fact of knowing tho
snmo host does not oxist. But in draw
ing-rooms tho rule i? absolute; every
body may talk to everybody. Thmis
an intelligent and most practical ous
tom ; it facilitates conversation ; it dis
poJfl awkwnrdness toward your neigh
b?rs: it make? it poseible to pass a pleas
ant hpufijin a house where yofc do
dot kBoVa*soul; it gives a look of
warmth and unity to a room. Na one
is obliged to sib gloomily and in silence
between two repelling strangers. If.
?rou want to speak, you are sore of a
iatencr. Of , course, people are often
regularly introduced to eaoh other by
tho mastor or mistress, especially at
dinner parties; but in those cases the
object "is to put -a name upon them, not
to authorize them'to converse; for that
act no permission is required.
Milk as a Diet and its Effect on the
There is considerable differenoe of
opinion on tho subject of a milk diet.
It is suirounded with a mass of whims,
of""prejudioes, ftnd~t)f-mistaken ideas,
which are,based more on individual
fancies thjm'upon certain* fasts. To one
glass of milk imbidefl is believed to be
a sure provocation of a bilious attaok;
to another, a oisordered stomach; to a
third, 'drowsiness,' and bo on, through
sttoh4a*o&fegory-of simple though dis
agreeable ailments that wo look aghast
at the farmer -who drains cup after oup
of tho fresh pure liquid/time and again
during the day, and wonder at the re
sisting powers which his organization
must possess. The truth is, however,
that milk: is not unwholesome. On the
contrary, it contains good substantial
bone, musolo, flesh and brain-produoing
substanoes, whioh, assimilating quickly,
act rapidly in building up the body.
Naturally, we assert, it is nourishing;
that it does bring on certain troubles is
nevertheless true, but the cause in iu
the individual stomach, not in the milk,
provided, of course, the latter bo fresh
and sweet. . Milk diluted with one-third
lime water, it is said, will not cause any
one biliousness or headache, and, if
taken regularly, will so strengthen the
stomach as to banish these disorders. _ It
may be taken with aeid of some kind
when it does not easily digest. The
idea that milk must not be eaten with
pickles is not an intelligent one, as milk
curdles in the stomach nearly as soon
as it is swallowed. When milk is con
st ipating, as it is frequently found to
be by persons who drink freely of it in
the country in summer time, a little
salt sprinkled in each glassful will pre
vent the difficulty. When it has an
opposite effeot, a few drops of brandy
in eaoh goblet of milk will obviate its
-purgative effeot. Ab milk is bo essen
tial to the health of our bodies, it is
well to consider when to take it, and
how. It is a mistake to drink milk be
tween meals, or with food at the table.
In the former case it will destroy the
appetite, and iu tho latter it. is never
proper to drink anything. After finish
ing eaoh meal a goblet of pure milk
should bo drank; and if any ono wishes
to grow fleshy, a pint before retiring at
night yii\\ noon cover the sornwniest
bones. ? In -oases of fever ard snmmer
complaint, milk is now given with ex
cellent results. The idea that milk is
"feverish" has exploded, and it is now
tho physician's great reliance in bring
ing through typhoid patient?, or those
in too low a state to be nourished by
A Mammoth Dispensary.
From the St. Louia Republican.
11 Among tUu notablo physicians of this coun
try, Dr. It. V. Pioroe, of Buffalo, N. Y., Btands
deson&bdly high. Ho has obtained professional
em inen eo through strictly logitimato moans,
and fully dosorvos tho enviable reputation
which ho onjoyB. A thorough and careful
preparation for his calling and oxtoiiBivo read
ing, during a long and unusually large prac
tice, havo made Uim extraordinarily successful
in his private practice, aud gained tho oom
mondation oven of his professional brethren.
By devoting hin attention mainly to certain
specialties lie bos boon rewarded in a very
groat degree, and in thoBO linea is recognized
as a loader. Not a fow of his preparations
compounded for thoso special cases havo boon
adopted and aro used in tboir private practice
by physicians throughont tho country, and his
fiamphlots and larger works upon those sub
octs havo boon welcomed as valuable addi
tions to modieal literature, and placed among
tho regular text-books of many modieal
schools, Acknowledgement of tho Borvicos
which ho .has performed for medical scienco
has been made by presentations of degreos
from two of tho llrst medical institutions of
tho land; and by the translation of toveral of
his works into Gorman, Spanish and other
foreign languages. Tho increasing demand
for his specifics someliino since necessitated
the opening of a regular dispensary for their
preparation, and from a small beginning the
business of this establishment has now grown
to mammoth proportions. Thus during tho
months onding March' 31, 1874, the sum ex
pended for postage alone, not to speak of that
paid on nonspapora, amounted to $2,080.70.
Over a hundred persons aro employed in tho
various dopartmontB, and a corps of able and
i-killed physicians aro rotaiuod as au advisory
board in diflieult cases. Elsewhero in the Re
publican a whole psgo is devoted to a commu
nication from Dr. Piorco, sotting forth some
thing of tho history and details of this vast
ostablishmont, whicti will bo fomid no: unin
If you would patronize medicines, scientifi
cally prepared by a Bkillful physiciau and
ohomist, ubo Dr. Piorco's Family Medicines.
Golden Modieal Discovory la nutritious, tonic,
alterative, or blood cleansing, hnd an uu
equalcd cough remedy; Pleasant Purgative
Pollots, Bcarcoly largor than mustard need,
constituto au agreeable and reliable physio;
Favorito Proscription? an unoquulod remedy
for dobilitated females; Extract of Smart
weod, a magical lemody for pain, bowel com
plaints, and au unequalod hnimont for both
human and horeo-llosh; while his Dr. Sago's
Catarrh Remedy la known tho world over as
tho groatost spociflo for catarrh and " cold iu
hoau," ovor given to tho public.
The Best Sewing Machine.
Tho host son ing machine for all purposes
made is, beyond question, tho Remington. It
will do a greater vaiiety of work, with less
noiso aud physical exertion, thau any in tho
market. It is so simple that a child can man
ago it, and so ?ura?lo that wo can boo no
reason why one, with ordinary care, should not
last a lifoir.no.
This point we dosiro to call oepecial atten
tion to. Tho Romington is made by tho Rom
ington Arms Co., of Ihon, N. Y., whoso aims
aro known tho world ovor.
They havo tho entire confldcneo of tho gov
ernments of tho world, for tho reason that
they novor turned out a poor woapon, nor, in
deed, any but tho very boat Quality is what
they prido thcmsolvos upon, for it was their
capital at tho boginning. Tho Bamo rigid hon
esty that they hold to in tho manufacture of
arms, they havo carried into their Bowing ma
chine. Thoy aro ma :u of tho host material
attainable, and no labor or oxponso is sparod
to finish them in buou a way as to m&ko thoin
do a groal deal more ilia t is claimed for thorn.
Tho name "Romington" is a suflioiont guaran
too to any ono who knows tho company.
Tho company desire iigonts in ovory county
in tho United Statos. We can say that tho
machine, becaUHO of its excellence, is a gcod
ono to handle, and of tho company that their
employes aro cortaiu of fair and lihoral treat
ment. Write to Remington Arms Coiupnny,
llinn, New York.
j?An exchange mentions orange-peel
as a power behind tho thrown,
Jost Taken his Bitters.?We heard
a needy - looking individual with *?n
alarmingly red nose remark to a brother
soaker that he had "just had his bit
ters, but he did net mind taking another
s'p." His remark suggested a train < f
ret lection. How was it, we asked our
selves, that the word "bitters" had
grown to be a synonym for gin, whisky,
rum, and other alcoholic stimulants, to
which it was applied indiscriminately.
Bitters, we reasoned, suggested the idea
of a healthiul tonic, not a poisonons
stimulant; something invigorating to
the system, not an alcoholic irritant,
fall of fnsel oil, producing present in
toxication and ultimate insanity, idiocy,
or premature death. Moreover, our
idea of bitters was totally ineconoilablo
with "gin cocktails," "rum punohes,"
and "brandy smashes," which, we are
informed, are Bweetened with sugar,
and rendered doubly injurious with
essences colored by means of mineral
poison. This was bitter-sweet with a
vengeance. We mentioned this problem
to a friend. Ho solved it by exclaim
ing : " Why, don't you know that most
of these bitters advertised as remedies'
are only drams in disguise. Topers
know it, if you do not. 1 must make
one exception, however," he added, and
"and that's Dr. Walker's California
Vinegar Bitters ; there isn't a partioie
of alcohol or fermented liquor iu it, and
it is tho best vegetable tonio and alter
ative in America."
As an evidence of the popularity of
Procter A Gamble's Extra Olive Soap, we state
upon good authority that tho Bales of this ono
brand of soap excoeded one hundred thousand
boxes [of sixty pounds each], or six million
pounds, tho past year, and the demand is in
creasing daily. A superior articlo and full
weight tollB in the end.
?A Massachusetts merchant has
been in business forty-seven years and
never advertised, and never means to.
He commenced on a opital of $800,
and has run it up to $ 805.
Wanted ?100,000,000 Men.?Apply
for a situation at tho nearest gents' famishing
storo. They will engage you by" your paying
the price of a box or moro of Elmwood Collars,
which you can toko homo with you.
Go to Rivorsldo Water Cure, Hamilton, ID.
Tb? Grand Revolution xa Medicm.
TwcATiaarr, whioh w&a commenced In 1460, la still
la progress. Nothing can stop it, for It la founded
on the principle, now universally acknowledged,
that physical vigor la the most formidable antagon
ist of aU human ailments, and expedience has shorn
? that PLAMAXiox BrxTKoa la a peerlea* lnvigorant,
aa well aa tho beat pocaible safeguard against epi
Tho Ladles' Sorosls Club, of Now York,
reotntly changed their dlscuselona from Woman "a
auffrago to Hair preparatlona and Pimple -Banian
era. They declared that where nature had not en
dowed tham with beauty, it waa their right?yea,
their dnty?to eeek It whore thoy could. Bo they all
voted that Magnolia Balm OTercamo BaUownca,
Bonsh Skin and Ringmar ks, and gaTe the complex*
Ion a moat dirt inane (Soroaian) and marble-Uko ap
pcaranoo (dangorena to men, no doubt); and that
Lynn'a Hat li air on made the hair R row- thick, oof t
and awful pretty, and moreover prevented it from
turning gray. If the proprietor* of thwo articles
did nor Bond the alstera aa invoice, they are not
Not Quite so Fast, Mr. Jones!?A horse
doctor in Philadelphia waa caught changing the
celebrated Mail can Mustang liniment into other
bottles, and uslag it aa his own recipe. Honesty
la always the boat policy. These mediolne men like
to follow np auoh fellows. It cured the lame horae
all the same; but it damaged tho Doctor's reputa
tion, and benefited the proprietor in proportion.
We have hoard of ao many Bhenmatio persona and
lame borsea being cured by tho Mnstang Liniment
that we advise ovory housckooper, liveryman and
planter to invent in a SO ct. or a J1.00 bottle, against
accident. Beware of counterfeits. It la wrapped
In a steel engraving* signed "O. W. Westbrook,
Flonr doll. Suporfino western and state,
84.8';@5.20; extra Ohio ,$5.60(5)7.00; St. LouIb
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat qniot. No. 2 fprinp;
$1.28(5)1.30. Corn moderately active and low
er at 78K@80c. Oats, 67@84c. Pork heavy
Heavy now moss, $21.75; middles firm ; short
clear, llo. Lard Btoadior; prime atorm 129<fc
] Whisky firmer at $1.02.
Cotton ia quiet and unchanged at $t4>?@
I J5}<fa. Flour is quiet and unchanged at $6.60.
Whoat is btoady with a moderate demand at
$1.20. Corn in ateady with'a moderato de
mand at 95o.@$l. Oats 70o. Lard, 13}tfo.
Bulk meats? Shoulders 8k"o; clear rib sidoa
llo; clear aidos ll>?o; Bacon?Shoulders,
OJie ; o'oar rib Bides ll%o; cloar BideB 12o.
Flour dull. XXX, $email@example.com ; choice, $7@3.
Corn quiet. Mixed, 82c ; yellow, 84c; white
mixed, 90o; white, 95o. Bran, 90c. Hay?
Primo, $20. Mesa pork dull at $24. Dry
salt meats?Shoulders, 8Wo. Bacon dull at
9>4@12o. Hams eoarce at 16W"@17o. Lard
soarco. Tiercos, 13#. Stigar dull. Low fair,
8#o; good fair, 9c. Whisky dull and nom
inal. Louisiana, $1; Cinoinuati, $1.04. Corn
?i. oius villi:..
^^?^ai1"1^. Family? $5-25(5)5.75; fancy
$firstname.lastname@example.org. Whoat dull and a shado lower
Bed, 95@$1; amber, $1.05(5)1.10 ; white, 1.10
@1.15. Corn firm at 78<5>83o. Oats firm ut
65c. Rye quiot at 80o. Moss pork quiet at
$24. Bacon firm at 9, 11V, ll%@m/c. Su
gar-onrod hams 15>?o; plain, 14>/o. Bulk
m.??a>H flrm, tl 5? 10%@10^(.. Lard,
lifto. Whisky 96. ' ^
Flour, dull and nominal. Corn scarce and
firm at 84@87o. Oats dull at 70o. Moss poi k
firm at $24. Lard firm at 13k-<5)14}/e. Bacon
th e at 9, 9#, 11^(5)11^0. *
5 &9fi Uer a*,y ?t bome. Term* free. Addre.-a
9U-U?P?U Oko. Htinbok <ft Co.. PortlandiMali o"
Money Making Employment. Eeat ever
ofloie I. Address M. iX.ioVELL, Krio, Pa.
$10 to $30 per day made by agents sellln ? the
.a merle n QuIUIhk macirc.fmbro dcrlng & fluting
niach'eAother iiov'iea. N.p.iirln A Co. AllaiilaGa
"ROOTT" or Mfrt|c?l Wonders, should be
P.Epilepsy or IPita Cured.
fcUSONMio nfltlcied win Mnd It to their ad vau
i/ if i,llP0u0? d?roaJi,f<i5 P""cu!ara DR. i D. HAW
YE RH. P. O. Box 53 Naples, Illinois.
!?9KpEK ?AVcommission or jao a week
2VvV aiNlary.and Pxponsefl Wo offer It and will
PAY it. Apply now. O. Webber * Co. Marlon.O
Bond 23 cents, and the address ef live Per
sons and receive by mall n lleautirul Chro
rno. nlzo 7x9?worth ?1 fio?and lull Instruc
tions to eleir |?t n nay. Address.
PMiun & Co., itWHoirh 8th 8t., Phtla. Pa.
T3euiiHylvanln Military Academy, Chester,
?*?? I'a. ilitsurt Wedn nifty, M'iit. ?.Ii i ouihe ?f
- tiul:oh (?xicnslve Civil und Mcrhiin ral Engineer
lag Tljo Olas.loiHind English thoroughly axaht.
For clroularnapyly to Coi Th.o. Uyait, PresUletii
THIS PRINTING INK wfTO&"o?0I
00. .Harper's bulMIng, No* York Itliforkala
j ' It Uh" l",, h?"M- 1 ' HI aiaortiuant of
Mineral Bock Spring,
Dropsy, Diabetes? G ravel, Dys
. pepsia, Constipation, Jaundice, !
ii." ;? :ii ? ?'. t 'ill I. ; .'
And all diseases of the liver and kidneys. This
water Is row known and sold an a remedy for the
above duwa-ea. In all parts of the world. It Is
truly wonderful what effect it has Upon the human
system. It Is now being shlppid at the following
Barrel. 40 gal.. flZ; half do., |7; detrdjobns and
Jug*. 60 cents per gal., package extra; bottles (qts )
t?.o0 per dos Money must accompany the order,
except to our regular authorised agent. Inqutroor
your druggist for Waukesha Mlneial Rock Spring
Water. Address, V. IV Oi in A Co., WaukeMia,
Wla , for orders for the water or tor circulars.
Letter From Judge Hiram Barber.
Horicon, WH? July 7. 1674.
Mr. C. C. Omic. Wankeshn, Wla :?Dear Sir: la
closed please find for live gaLons of Mineral
Kock bprlng Wator?-can lent to-day by express.
I am much pleased with he results from the use
of your fprlfg Water. I have used for tin? laut two
yfears otlnr waters, bm have never received fioni
the use of others at decided rexulta as irom the use
of that yen rent me. It may be owing to otber'
causes operallug At the mhuctime, which has n d'd
la the favorable rcauttn from the u?o of yours; ntlll
I am not aware of any, as my habits have in en the
same, making use or no drugn or other nredcal
treatment. . . Your.?, ... II. B.vhllKll.
kao Olairjc, Ju'y 6. !'74.
C. C. Oi in- & Co.i?Qtnts: This Is to cerllfy ttiat
I have used the Wauke&na Mineral Rock Hprlnc
Water for the !sst s!x or alibi months w ib kuou
rcaulta. I was vi-ry bad with the kidney and liver
dtncase.and this water has helped mo woadsriully.
In both of the aiscasen. My dicesti n lias also
f[really improved, and I now feeflhU water has
>e n a great benefit In more ways than one. II 1
continue to n?o the water. I am confident that It
will effect a permanent cure. Therefore ship me
to this city another half barrel of tha water at once.
OHAULEs B. .SMITH.
V f> r< ' MAtfiivrritrr. .Kamas, July ?.1871.
C. C. Olin & Co.:? This la to certify that 1 have
been troubled with kidney, bladder, and urinary
.complaints, i.orderlng on to Bright a disease, for a
number of year a. For the last two yca's 1 have
stiff-red much: tho doctors could do me no a ding
Rood. All tho time there was quantities of albumen
In my uriuo. I had seen a ooltce In the ptper <>'
Wtiut? i Hit a Water. Last February I thought I
would try the water, and tent to St. .Louis and got
live gallons, and while I was drinking It I received
four gallons from a Irlend In Illinois. In a few
(Uyf> I received a circular which told me that tbe
water that was sent to me from Ildnols won from
Mineral Ron* spring since then 1 have ordered
two barrels and received It, and am making tree
By the use ol the water my health Is better than
It has been fur years. My wife thinks the water
the greatest boon thas I ever received. It h a It
desire 1 and designed effec . I think afu-r using
It a few months more. I shall be at right.
Now air. I am no scholar, and If you can change
the ntyle of my writing without destroying its
meaning, you are at liberty to do It
CHARLES BAUN ICS.
OAUCJIITH IIS COL.I.KGK, Harrodsbltrg. Ky.
i Hin Session begins September MU, 1874.
All branches taucht thoroughly and practically.
No public exhibitions allowed: all Natural
fccleticea taught experimentally or by observation.
Ladies specially trained In Normal or Teachers
department without extra cbnrgc. Telegraph and
Taxidermy taught. Mudc, I anguaves and Paint
ing at moderate prices. Booms well rural- hod.
Classes limited and re ecu For new catalogue ml
drees u E iJ'.o. A tut. WILLIAM?.
TWENTY-NINTII ACADEMIC YEAR WILL
begin KiBST Monday in 8kptkmukr, 187t.
For information addresa.
Col. BOHT ?. ALLEN, Bup't K. M. I.,
Farmdalc P. O., Franklin county, Kentucky.
LOCATION HKAI,THY : BOA Itd CHEAP;
Bend for a Catalogue.
Address, LESLIE WaCOKNEK Chalratan or
A6ENT|You Oan Make $150
per month,selling our new MAI'S, PIC
ru HKs t-HHOMOS, etc Bend for our
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Dr. J. Walker's California Vili
fcgar Bitters are a purely Vegetable1.
preparation, in a do oh icily from the na
tive herb;} found on tbe lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains,pf Califor
nia, tha medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the use
of Alcohol. The question is almost .
dally asked, "What ift the coats of the
unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit
ters?" Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient rev
covers his health. They are the gr&' ;
blood purifier and a life-giving princig.,
a perfect Renovator and Invigoratot
of the system. Never before in the1
history of the world bos n medicine boon
compounded possessing tho remarkable,
qualities of VinkoabBittbbs in healing tho
?ok of every disease man is heir to.' They
are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Liver aim Visceral Organs, in B?ious
The properties of Dr. Walker's
Vinbgar bittbbs arc Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritions, Itfumtive, Dinretio.
Sedative, Counter-Irritant. Sudorific. Alt***"
tivo. and Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vin
egar Bitters the most wonderful In
vigorant' that ever sustained the Nuking
No Person can take these Bitter?
according to directions, and remain long;
unwell, provided their bones are .not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted ? beyond
Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Foyers, which, are so preva
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkart
sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Kfo Grandcr
Pearl, Alabamh/M?bile, Savannab, Ro-_
auoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, tbroughoqt our
entire country during tho Summer nivJ
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and', dryncss, arei
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the stomach a'ud liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful influence upon these yaripua..or
gans, is essentially necessary. Thcro
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr. j. Walker's Viitegar Betters,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid rqatter with which tho
bowels are loaded, at the same, time
stimulating the .secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against diseaso
by purifying all its fluids with Vinegar
Bitters. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore -armed.
Dyspepsia or I ml igest ion, Head
oche, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness/Soiu'
Eructations of tho Stomach, Bad Taste
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Paloitci
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of tho
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid ?
neys, and a hundred-other painful symp -
toms. are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent inflammations, Mercurial Af
fections, Old Sores, Eruption? of tho
Skin, Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as iu all
other constitutional Diseases, Walker's
Vinegar Bitter? have shown their great
curative powers in the moRt obstinate
And intractable nasAj;
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gont, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
tho Blood, Liver, Sidneys and -Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases.?Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Typo-setters, Gold-beaters, und
Miners, as they udvance in life, aro subject
to paralysis of tho BowoIr. ? To guard
against this, take a doso of Walker's Vi.n
eoar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tqt
ter, Salt-Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples.
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worm.--.
Scald-head, Sore Eye*, Erysipelas, Itch,
Scurfs, Discolorotions of tho Skin, Rumors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever nain.*
or nature, are literally dug np and carried
out of th* system in a short timo by tho u?>t
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thousands',
are eueotually destroyed and removed. No
system of mediciuo, no vermifuges, no on
tholminitrcs will free the system from worms
like these Bitters*
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at tbe dawn of wo
manhood, or tho turn of life, these Tonic
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon, peroopti bio.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
over vou find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Soros;
oloanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish in tho veins; cleanse it when it is
foulyour feeling* will tell you when. Kcop
tho blood pure, and tho health of tho system
. it. h. McDonald a cu.,
Druggists and Gen Apt*., San Frocitsou Cnllfomln.
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