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The Enquirer.
No Business Done on Saturdays.
" The time Las come for colds
and sore throats.
Don't forget to attend the Y. M.
C. A. "Sertii-Annual" to-night.
Fbom appearances at the pres
ent, sleigh-bells will have plenty
to do this winter.
Thanksgiving Day, "the sad
dest of the year," (to turkey's),
is near at hand. ,
The finest Dress Goods are
sold at the House of Will & Co.,
Tickets for the Y. M. C. A. meet
ing to-night, can be found on sale
nt all tlio stores in town.
, -
It is nearly.time for the poem,
"Beautiful Snow," to commence
its annual tour in the newspapers.
The few lights that illuminate
this burg shine like a brass tack
in a mud-hole.
You wana nice pair of boots,,
or shoes, or gaiters? Then go
to the house of Will & Co., at
When a couple get married
now-a-days it is called Matrimo-
nialliance and they get well of
it, too!
The letter to be found in an
other part of to-day's paper from
J. G, Swetland, Jr., would1 have
appeared last week, but was re
ceived too late for publication.
Will & Co.; at Zaleski, beat the
Jews in the way of selling goods
cheap. If you don't believe it, cull
nt their store, and price their stock.
They are determined to undersell.
The weather sign-ologist of the
National Observatory at Wash
ingtqnj'teljs us by telegraph that
old winter has come. Tne man
who doubts it must be a skeptic.
We have heard of cities labor
ing under the yoke of taxation,
but just now, New York has a
different burden to bear. It is
the qxrijqke. - ;
The spasmodic weather can
not be accounted for, unless on
the supposition that Old Father
Time has become insulted at the
manner in which the clocks keep
trace of him here.
The epbjqqtic has attacked
he Bohemians, and rages fear
fully. For Instance, they now
call it Hipporhinoplemotoblenno
calastalagmus. . No fatal cases
have, as yet, been reported.
November - reminds us of the
old Jady who told her grand-son
to spell weather. He proceeded
with : " W-e-a'-i-o-u-t-h-e-a-r I "
She Baid it was an awful spell of
Buckwheat cares are now get
ting ripe. Artemus Ward used
to say that as a slap-jackist, his
wife, Betsey Jane, was a success.
May the same be said -of all
other wives.
, owners will keep their
horses In fair condition and not
allow them to be overheated and
overworked, and will keep the
stable well cleaned and ventila
ted, they need apprehend no
danger from the equinal disease.
Qn jast Monday evening, after
a long -aud"painfiif .'illness, Mr.
Maetin Boyven, brother of the
editor of this paper, departed
this life, aged about 23 years.
On the same day, an infant
child of the same also passed
away. v '
-The season for' putting up
stoves is nearly' over, but it is
not too late to remind everybody
that it does not require as close
an acquaintance with the inner
emotions of the heart, and as
grand pathos of sentiment, to
fut up a stove as it does to
nake a declaration of love.
After all the falling weather
that has been in this section,
V -it. : j-' -l j .... i
wens anu springs uo not mrnisn
enough water for household pur
poses, the amount of moisture
hot being sufficient to fill up the
streams or permeate the ground
to a proper depth to,' have any
Influence on the underground
lurrontsV ' ' u"
Written for the benefit of the
author of the verses printed in
the Vinton Record of. November
6, 1872, beginning as. follows :
. "When I think of what I am,
And what I used to was," etc.
Thou fool, whoe'er thou art,
To daub thyself with verse;
To (how the littleneu of a little mind
That cannot bide itt little being) . .
Hat thou only the genius of an ass,
And canst not see the uncouth fit
Of a poet'i garb on thy awkward frame?
And canst not see thyself too iliort
By leagues, to touch
The hem ol a poet's garment?
And canst not see thyself a fool,
W hen only fools will lend thee praise?
Why, poor thing, attempt to fly.
When nature clipped thy wingf
Why, try to cheat old nature's die
Instead of grunt, to ilng
A las I poor man, whoe'er thou art.
Stranger, friend, or what I
Hast thou a friend who will
Disguise thy failure?
Then be thy race accursed!
For fools will laugh at others folly,
Which thus confirms the fool the more: -,
God makes no fools, but lets the Job
To nature and the author's party.
At the late elections Justices
of the Peace were elected in
Harrison, Knox, and Eagle town
ships.. C. W. Holland, Clerk of
Courts, has furnished us with
the result of the elections held
in the three townships, as fol
lows :
Harvftv Tlnzlni-
Peter Smallwood.
E. W. Frenmnn
D. J. Canney
Cyrus Martin
Ellas Ilolcn
James McGheo .'.
isaiah Tatinan ..
The Best Place.
The choicest lot of Groceries,
QueenBware, Glassware, Notions,
&c, can bo had at Davis Duncan's
Store, in Zaleski, at all limes.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce
of every description taken in exs
chango itTr goods, at his store.
In connection with vhis store he
has a Saddle and Harness shop, and
will repuir anything in that line on
short notice and at low figures.
We were invited bv Mr. L. D.
Barnes, of this town, to his resi
dence,' a few days ago, to see a
number of the small quadrupeds
of the genus Cavia, known as
Guinea Pigs, which he is raising
in his door yard. The little ani
mals are natives of Brazil, and
are very beautiful being of a
white color, variegated with or
ange and black.
Thk Y. M. C. 4. semi-annual
meeting to-night promises to be a
grand affair. The decorations of
the hall far surpass anything ever
attempted in that line in this town.
The programme' abounds with
choice selections of addresses, ora
tions, essays, and readings., A
prominent foature of the occasion
will bo the splendid m'uslo. Don't
fail to attend.
The advertiser, having been permanently
cured of thatdrcad disease. Consumption, by a
simple remedy, la anxious to make known to
his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all
who desire It. he will send a conv of the nre-
scrlptlon used, (free of charge), with the, direc
tions forpieparlng and using the same which
. 1 1 1 1 n ... . . ' , . "
Itiivy tyill Ifliu aniiru SJUHS VUR lUNSUMrTIUN
Artuiu, Bronchitis Ac. Fsrtlos wishing the
prescription will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON. 196 Penn St Willamsburgh.
Mr. George Boll, of this place.
died on last Thursday afternoon,
at his residence on Logan street,
ared about 7fi vears. TTa wm a
o "I" - j -
native or England, and emigra
ting from there, has been. a resi
dent pf thjs (Jounty fqr many
years. He leaves a wile and
one child to mourn his loss.
175,000 in Cash for 81. Wo call
the attention of our readers to the
advertisement in another column of
the Nebraska State Orphan Asylum.
Here is a chance to win a fortune
in a fublio Legal Drawing, and at
the same time help a noble and
worthy' Institution.
Settlement Notice.
ALL those knowing themselves
indebted to the firm of Richmond
& Uuiin are requested to call imme
diately and golo accounts. We
can. not carry accounts from one
year to another, ahd, pay our own
October 2; 1872.—tf
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's
Drug Store.
Holloway's Ointment.
Sore leg and all ulcers, eruptions, and. Inju
ries of the flesh, heal kindly and swiftly under
the operation of the Ointment, and the Pills by
their gentle aperient action, assist the oure.
Sold 78 Maldon Lane, N. Y. Price, So cents per
pot. Ask for new stylo; tho old is counter
feited. .
Call at Gunning's Drito Stork, in' Will's
Building, and sue' those fluo Oil 'Paintings,
Chromos, Photographs, Plain and Colored Lith
ographs, which are for salo tery cheap. They
are so beautiful I ,
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
WOOnnEIfc-HONP In this town, on Thurs
day, November XI, 1878, by Khv. Jonathan
lltlno, Mr. ANliRKW WooDngn and Miss
(LARIHSa, JiriND, .bpth Qf JaklMU tOwDsblP,
Vinton vqnty. ' ... , .
This (lappy onpl remombored the printer.
Our test wishes attend tberat
Letter from J. G. Swetland, Jr.
Editor Enquirer: I herewith
hand you for publication a note
of what I have seen and know
about the construction of the G.,
McA., & C. It. It., while oh a visit
to Gallipolis and vicinity in com
pany with Mr. Cornelius Karns,
one of the Directors of the road.
, The first work we found is one
and a half miles from the city,
on the farm of Mr. John Rogers.
The work at this point is not
quite finished. We then passed
up the 'road to Jas. Mills, a dis
tance of 2 miles. From this
point to Evergreen Summit the
road is nearly ready for the ties
and rails with the exception of
about 1,UUU feet. On the Sum
mit everything is finished but
the removing of a small quantity
of rock. At Mr. Peney's, a short
distance from the Summit, we
left our carriage and took the
track on loot to Harper's Sum
mit, a- distance of about four
miles. Along this distance the
road, as at other points, where
finished, looks well ; everything
seems to be done in the best
kind of style, smooth, broad fills,
and with cuts carried down in
such a shape as to prevent the
falling in on the track.
Wherever rock have been used
in rip-rapping, the utmost care
has been vtaken in having them
tightly and nicely fitted to their
From this place to Raccoon, a
distance of four miles, the work
is not all finished, though nearly
so. One of the abutments for the
bridge over the creek is comple
ted, and is truly a fine piece of
masonry. The other is now un
der construction, From this
point, (Vinton) to within 1
miles of the Vinton county line,
the work is nearly or about all
done, needing only the finishing
stroke, thus nearly completing
19 miles of the grading. There
are at present 65 teams and 100
men employed on the work.
The books of the company
show tEe cost qf the work al
ready done on this 19 miles of
grading to be only $48,242.84,
being about 66 per cent., less
than the same amount of work
has cost any other company in
the State of Ohio.
These being the facts, why
stand ye of Vinton county grasp
ing your pocket-books as though
you expected never to see an
other dollar as long as you lived,
and that if you invest a few dol
lars for the purpose of assisting
your county, your neighbor, your
self, and your future posterity,
that you arp. going tq become
bankrupt and destitute pf means
wherewith to defray your funeral
expenses ? Never foa that I
Help your county and she will
help you I If it takes so much of
your means to ouiia tne roau
1 1 i -a
that when you come to die you
haven't sufficient means to de
fray funeral expenses, your
county will then haye jneans
within hersplf to, pay them for
you, ana give you a decent bu
rial. But, there is no necessity
for all thisthe road once built,
every citizen in the county will
feel the benefits derived from it,
and we will bo enabled in a short
time to take our position among
the wealthiest, counties of the
State, Then we say, if you wish
to help yourselves and your chil
dren ; if you wish to hear at an
early day that longed for, the
111 All 1
snneK oi tne iron norse in our
little county seat, shell out the !
greenbacks you have already
promise. tp, furnish, .and' you
that have ' not already done so
and are able to do it walk up
and take stock, and you that are
not able to subscribe stock, for
God's sake, and not so much for
His as for your own, don't fail to
come up and ratify with your
ballot the letting of the, con
tract to work out the twenty-five
thousand dollars tax already vo
ted in this township, as soon as
you shall ' be called upon to do
so, which will doubtless be in a
short time, and if we fail in this,
God help us, for Gallia county
will . not So, retard no langey
the work, but shove it right along.
'Yours truly,
A letter from Virden, Macoupin Co., Illinois.
October 17th.
Mr. A. Spear.
Dkar Sib:' I have been using your Port
Grape Wine' land Wlue Bitters" lu my practice
for year, to the entire satlsfnotlon of my pa
tients and myself, and I take plunsure In re
commending them to the public as being all that
U claimed for thom. livcUully,
Instruction und musouiont com
bined, at Jho T. M. C. A., to-night,
Mr. A. Spear. REMOVAL!
O. T. Gdnnino has just removed
from the "Old Brick Corner" liiu
splendid assortment of Drugs, Mod
icines, Oils, Puints, BooAg, Station
ery, ic, to his NEW ROOM
in' Will's New Building, ono door
west of Oilman, Ward & Co.'u Store,
on Mtiin Street, whore ho will be
plouHod to meet nil hia old custom
ers, nnd us munymore as choso to
givohim Uieir patronage.
His Now .Room isroally tho finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by everybody; and sapplyo
Drugs, Wines, Oils,. Toilets, and tho
I iAre equal to any other establishment
intho country.
He fills preoptions, nnd can. nc
commodate nil customer utreason
ablo rates. If you wnnt to see
the finest Drug Store, drop
in and examino this one. I '
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
go to Sisson's.
go to Sisson's. How to Go West.
This is an enquiry which every
one should have truthfully answer
ed before he. starts on his journey,
and a littlo care taken in examina
tion of Routes will in many cases
Bave much trouble, time nnd money.
Tho "I. li: & -IV. Route," running
from Indianapolis through Bloom
ingto to Burlington, hns achieved a
splendid reputation in tho Tust two
years as tho leading FiiHrtenger
Route to the Want. At Burlington
it connects with the great Burling
ton Route which runs direct thro'
Southorn Iowa to Nebraska nnd
Kanors, with close connections to
California and the Territories; and
paRSongors starting from Viutou
County, on their way westward,
can not do better than to take the
I. B. & W. and Burlington Route.
This line has published n pamph
let entitled "How to go West,"
which contains much valuable infor
mation; a largo correct map of the
Great West, which can be obtained
free of chargo by addressing the
General Fassongor Agon B. & M. R.
R , Burlington, Iowa.
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
Five Hundred Thousand.
500,000 Bottles of Gr'b,
August Flower h,(tf( b,ep.Q aold in
this State in threo months. We on
ly ask you to go to the drug stores
of Gunning or Sisson, McArthur,
O., and got a Bottlo Free of charge,
or a regular sio at 75 ots. Every
Bottlo warranted to cure Dyspepsia
or Liver Complaint, Sickhoadnche,
CostivenosH, Heartburn, Water
brash, Bone- Stomach,- Indigestion,
Impuro Blood, and all disonso caus
ed by Impure Blood, or doranged
Stomach and LJyoi't Try It.
G. G. GREEN, Prop.,
Columbus, O.
Columbus, O. For Aver's Medicines, go to G.
W. Sisson's.
Are You Going West ?
Ifso, take our udvire, and purobe youriokr
eta over tlio old iH!l(ai,lu ti popular Misourl
Puutflo HailroiuV which hi, positively, the only
Line Unit rum threo Dally Express Trnlni from
8t. I.oiiI.h to KinisHS City, and UlO Weit) and 1
positively, tlio only IJn which runs Pullman's
rnisr.e Hleoiiutv umi i"Y tumenea leapeceiniiy
for movers) edulnu'd with Mlller'eSiitctv l'lat-
fonn and the patent Stcum Broke, from et. Louis
to Kansas City, Krt Scott, I'arson, Lawrence,
Loavcnworth. Atc.lliwm, St. Joseph, Nebraaka,
City Council Idtuniand Omah. without change!
Vot Inl'ornmtlon InreKiml to Time Tables, rates
Ate, to any point, in M hsoun, Kansas, Nebraska,
Colombo, Texas or Call ifernia, call on or address
S. H. Thomson. A iront Missouri Pacific R.R. Col-
umbtis. ohloi or, K. A. Ford, General Paisengor
ARliet.BC. IjOIUS, mo
No trouble to answer questions I
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
The Tide of Emigration
Turned !
Seokcni for new homos are nonrinir Into South
west Missouri, attracted by the cheap Lands of
PANY. This Company offers 1,200,000 Acres of the
finest lauds lu the world, at from )'i to. $19 per
acre, on seven tchih' nine, auq W(ip rree rans
Donation to all nurchnsors.
8NOW, if deth,e to become the national high
way VUyeen New York and San Frani lscoj
and to tho Industrious farmer! of older States
wo earnestly recommend this land of cheap
homes, sure that nowhere can the uoor man
Und a more grateful climate, a bettor soil, or
greater urouiiuuvuneHS.
Vor full Information, with Maps and Fam-
pmuu, aiKiresx ADiun i uuh, ina I ommis
Biouer, lio South Fourth Street, 8U Louis, Mo.
Turned ! DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur, Ohio.
Arthur, Ohio.
Wary Cottroll.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
"VIOTICE ia hereby given that William At
ll klnsoii, aa guanlian of Mary Cottroll (in
sane person,) hns tiled hi account for final
settlement, and that the sainewill be for hear
ing the tHtn day of December next ensuing, at
10 o'clock, A. M. . II. B. MAYO,
November 07, 1871. Probate Judge.
ijfatt of Ohio, Vinton Cotmty.
Warren C. Foster, Plaintiff,
' Against
James Ballard, Defendant,
In Vinton County Court of Common Psoas, Or.
dor of Sale in Partition.
PURSUANT to tho commnnd of an ordor of
sale In partition Issued from tho Court of
common fioas or Vinton County, and to me di
rected as Sheriff of said County, I will oner for
sale at me door ot tne court nou, in tho Town
or JUoArtiutr, vintou county, uiuo, on .
Saturday, the 28th. Bav ojP Daoonbar,
A, D. I8v2,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P. If. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements, sit
uate In the county of Vintou, and State ot Ohio,
to-wlt: '
Tho north-onst quartor of Hor.tlon Numbor
Twelve. (IS,) Township fiumbur Ten, (lu.) of
viiiiKu niiniuer oixpoon, t'Hi) inmeuiilo Coin
pany's Purchase, containing One Hundred and
cuiky uuroif, inuro or less. -
Appraised at eighteen hundred dollars (flSOO )
and must bring two-thirds of that sum.
1 Ordered to be sold lu certain
cedliiKS lately ponding In the Court of C ommon
Pleasot'snld county, wherein Warren C. ITos-
1 nt. a iaines iaa,r wae-
TKItMS OK BALE;-One-thlrd cash In hand;
one-tulfu 111 ono year, and one-titlrfl Inwo
VfHr fnni' day of sale tlefurred aytnents to
bealr InUirost and to bo secured by inOrtgAge on
the premises sold. " ' '
S"'!I?,'0l,.i,'' Attfor iValnUir?'
November tt, IWi.w
tf tf tf
'rj w-1
I keop constantly on hand evory description of
I manufacture toordor and repair Furniture of all kinds, at the most reasonable prices.
Ism prepared to furnish
and accompany tbem with a Hearse.
Tli puolio ur Invited to call and examine my Stock.
allISfi We have just issued Strauss' Waltzes in
K-ftJi. M-MS5I Two Volumes, price Four Dollars each in
boards, Five Dollars each in cloth. The two volumes contain
over Forty Beautiful Waltzes, worth at least Thirty-Fjvk Dollars
in sheet form. In T!7,OH7sflvi sO ordering from other
dealers, be particular tf Vtfi. IlC to ask for PETERS'
EDITION OF STRAUSS' WALTZES, as it is the only correct
and complete edition. Address, J. L. PETERS,
Music Publisher, 599 Broadway, JclltZCS
t i
i H
& S5,
HAVING been engaged la tha study and
practice q( Uontintty (or fifteen years and
a local nraotioger. in laokson for six years, and
hay iu availed my tell of all the
Modern Improvamonts in Dental
' Science,
I would roHpeotfully say to tho r.ltiiom ot
Mo Arthur and vicinity that I am fully prepar
ed to manlnttliiteall tha varions branches of the
solence. Prices as low as the lowest. Work as
good as the best, Pomona coming from
a distant wishing to remain until their work
Is done will bo enlortalned at my private real
denoe free.
Used In exiranthig teeth, rendering tholr ex
traction comparatively palnltvm. A fonmle at
Undent always on hand to wait upon ladles.
8.T. BOaaESS.Dontl.it.
May 15. 1871-ly , Jackson, O.
T. i. Oaks.
J. T. Firmer,
Oornor Sixth stunValiiut bticots,
OIPTOIlVlVss.a'I, - - OHIO,
John B. conhkkt
Tlti Ilquse has keen entirely '
EofitteS, Eefornishod, . Komodolod,
And is lu ail respects a
all T,nftivxvRitS or run season.
Tablo sin passed by none In tha Wont, Amplo
nd ploasant aooomiuodaUoDt lor travelers.
Ulve us a call.
OAKE9 & CO., Prxrprletori,
The Hamdon Foundry Company
TTawlniw nnMikauJ . 1. 1 1 1 I - 1
-- ... w (iim iiiinwn .,nn nvii.siiuwn riiunnry,
at llawdoo, Vinton County, Ohio, and supplied
it wun an the
Latest Styles of Patterns and Ma
At groat expense, are now manufacturing every
description of
Hollow Wara, Plain Heary CaatlnKs
xor xnrnaoes, &narunr, BtoTas,
Orates, Froats Caaa Milla,
WaBOB Boxea, Plowa,
Thy attention of the publlo Is cnlloa" to the
groat variuty of
Which thoy are onabled to loll cheapor than
5l"JI??;i.sTll? ""'i1' Slv"n, or J";hasliig
2i,rf .' ihl f ounJlry '"t y wn'l have to pay
exorhltitnt prices for odd plates for ropalrs as
you do whon yon purohaso olscwhoro. A good
assortment of
TinWare, Sheet Iron & Copper Ware
Kept on hand, ' This Foundry being a
KOMjn uraTXTtTTzoi.
And tha proprlotors practical workmen, who
... hv uiiBinuss! wa ean
Mannfacture Our Own Goods,
Anil til tlmm r1irA.. in eu-. i. ..... L'.
- , ' is v'v iv t inninio ad me WflOlB-
tv X w W,J'cl! th," "? K00" offered
&iY ";0,ll''yi " II you want a good
at tlclo at a low price, give us a call,
gorap Inin.P " ld Brtt"' and
wnrm':!:!:!";1""."' .
.. ,.. v ivhm no xiiuit vi vim
EEP AIRINO of all kinds neatly done.
'Beptrjmber JS, 19, Ueed'l Mills P, O.
Vinegar Bitter sre not a vils Fancy Ddnk,
made of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuta
Liquors, doctored, apiced, and aweettned to pleats the.
tatts, called " Tonics," ' Appetiun," " Rettorers," '
jkc, that lead tlio tippler on to drunkenneaa and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, made from the native roots
and lierbiof California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants.
noy are tne ureal mood runner and a Life-giving
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the
System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring
the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreihing
and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy
of adminutralion, prompt in their action, certain in their
reaults, safe and reliable In all forma of disease.
No Person can take these Bitters accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poiinn or other
means, and tho yital organs wasted beyond the point
of repair.
Dyspepsia er Indigestion. Headache, Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightnen of live Chest.Dis
iinets, Sour Eructations of (lie Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitaiion of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Painintheregtonaof
the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints
it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guar
antee of in merits than a lengthy kdveMiumwt. -
For Fetnnle CoinultUnU, in young or old.
Ifjpsmed nr single, M the dawn of womanhood, or tlie .
rTurn of life, these Tonic Bitters di'snl.lv so decided an
influence that a marked improvement is soon percep
tible. For Inflammatory and Clironle Rhan.
snatlsm and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Biliout,
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, IWases of the
uiooo, over, moneys and Bladder, these Bitters hava
been most successful. Such Disease, are caused by
Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced by derange'
roent of the Digestive Orzans. .
as TaisIa. nMHuin. l.n 1 1.. 1 . r :
as a powerful stent in relieving Congestion or Inflanv
matinn nflUm T iv.r ...I V r . j n:i:
Diseases. , . . .
t..For Eruptions. Tetter, Salt-
Rlieum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car
buncles, Ring-worms, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skiu, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
ars literally dog up and carried out of the sysiem in a
short tims by the use of tliese Bitters. One battle ia
such cases will convince the most incredulous of their
curative effects. a
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you
find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples, :
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanso.it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins : cleanse it when it is
foul i your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Grateful thousands proclaim Vinigax Bit
Tt the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system , ' v , ,
Fin, Tape, and othes Worms, lurking ia
the system of so many thousands, are effectually de
stroyed and removed. Sari a distinguished physioi.
ogist i There is scarcely an individual upon the face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms.
It is not upon the healthy elements of the body that
Worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of disease.
No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmin
tics, will free the system froia worms like these Bit
ters, i ,
Mechanical Diseases.- Persons engaged in
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters,
Cold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will "
be subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against
this take a dose of Walkrr's ViNaGAa Bittbrs once
or mice a week, as a Preventive. -
Billons, Remittent, anil Intermittent.
"vers, wincn are so prevalent in the valleys of our .
great rivers throughout the United Statea, especially
tllOia Of tllA Mllltllinni Ollin Mi.aAnri filing.. '!'-
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Braroa, .
Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Savannah, Roan-
nli. I.ma. m,'A Mvn.. . ! . I . ..' u . . ' 1
'l n.,M IMUIIJ vine, a, Willi IHCIT TiiSS inUUH
ties, throughout our entire country during the Sammer
and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied
by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. There are always more of less I
Obstructions of tllA liver. wnln,.a nA irrilaltl taf
of the stomach, and great torpor of die bowels, being
clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon
these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is
no cathartic for the purpose eaual to Dr. I. Walker's
Vinigar Bitters " they will speedily remove the
dark'Cotored viscid mat "' OM-iHwUsn
' Intuitu, at The same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions
of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Evtl, White Swellings, ,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous
Infltunmatiom, Indolent' Inflammations, Mercurial Af
fections, uiu bores, eruptions ol the bkm, Sore Eyes,
etc., etc. In these, ss nt all other constitutional Dis
eases, Wai.kur's Vinegar Bittrrs have shown their
great curative powers in tlie most obstinate and liilract- '
able cases.
. Dr. Walker's California Tinetrar BM terra
act on all these cases in a similar maimer. By purifying
the lilood they remove the cause, and by resolving away
the effects of the inflammation filie tubercular deuositii
the affected parts roceive health, and, a permanent cure
is effected. .
The properties of Dr. Wai.kbr's. Vihrrar
Bittrrs are Aperient, Diaphoretic and Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant,
Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
Dr. Walkrr's Vinxgar Bitter, are the best safe
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers,
their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of the fauces. Their Sedative nrnnerties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels,
either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc
iiitir ounter-irriiaur inunence extend tiirougtiout
the system. Their Diuretic properties act on tlie Kid
neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their
Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure of
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the body aalust dlaease bv puri
fying all its fluids with Vinegar Bittsss. No epi.
demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. Tlie
liver, the stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and the
nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great invig
orant. Directions. Take of the Bitters on going to bed
Rt night from a half to ons snd one-half wine-glassfull.
Eat good nourishing food, such aa beef steak, mutton
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take
out-door exercise. They are composed of purely veget
able ingredients, and contain no spirit ,
J. WALKER, Prop'r. R.H. MoIM)NALDt Ct
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cel..
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., New York.
. Ayor's
:i Is widely known
as one of the most
effectual remcdivi
ever discovered for
cleansine the sys
tem and purifying
tho blood. It has
,f stood the test of
if years, with a con-
' stantl v trro wins ren-
'trWH? j. utnt ion. haH nr. if a
intrinsio virtues, and sustained by its re
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
bcncliciul to children, and yet so Bearddnj
as to efTectually purgo out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous '
and syphilitic contamination." Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked ia tlie system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
cures, many 01 which are publicly known,1
of Scrolhln, and all scrofulous diseases.
rloo.o 1 .- '
sjituia mui uijiiiusirw anu nmniiva msw
orders of tlio skin, Tumors, Blotches,
I.oils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Antlmny'B lire, ltono or lilrysipo
)n.s, Tetter, Bait lUieutn, HciUd
lleiwl, MuKworm, and internal Ul
cerations of tlie Uterus, Stomacli,
anil Liver, It also cures other com
pluints, to which it would not teem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Pits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
Female .Weakness, Debility, nnd
Leucorrhoea, when Uicy aro manifesta
tions of tho scrofiilous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of licalth and
strength in tho Spring. By ronow,ing the
npnuute and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates Uio depression and listlessTlan
Kuorof tlio soason. Even whoro no disorder
appears, pcoplu feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing tlie blood. Tho rystem moves
An Willi ritnuwilll vlrrm nnrt A ...in. L..u '
-.- . m iwn ivm us
lil'o. ,-..' ,; r '
niErAJtBD i r
Dr.J.C.AYER&CO., LowctV,,,
J'roettoal m4 Anultfulai, ChemUtt,
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