Father Abraham. (Reading, Pa.) 1864-1873, December 13, 1872, Image 3

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GRA TBILL METRIC 11,.,4614) : It will be re
membered that a man nateir Graybill Dietrich
was severely beaten onilignurning of Norma
bcr 1701, 1572, near 11 1 1 1 .r7r rstown. Since the
beating occurred, Dietrich has bet II tying at
death's door, and it Saturday evening, Decem
ber ;th. lic cailicd his last. t,oroner Bali
yesterday, hell ,111 inque.st over the body, and a
post-mortem cs,amination was mule by Dr.
Compton, a-Asted by Dr. John 1.. Mier,
sr., Dr. Amos K. 'Rohrer, of Mountville, Dr. S.
G. Gray and Dr. M. Davis, of Rohrerstown.
The Coroner's Jury was composed of Messrs.
Walter G. Evans, Jacob S. Smith, Jacob M.
Snavely, Andrew Berger and Adam B. Bair.
After hearing all the evidence, and the post
mortem examination was over, a verdict was
rendered "that said Graybill Swope Dietrich
came to his death on Saturday evening, Decem
ber 7th, front inflammation of the brain, re
esolting, from a severe concussion of the brain,
caused by being struck and thrown down by
Henry G. Martin, on the Columbia turnpike,
between the hotels of Christian hen and Mrs.
Barbara Bess, on Sunday morning, November
17th, 1872."
Martin was arrested by ()Mem A Hoy and Sey
mour and brought to this city on Monday after
noon. He was thou taken hef,re Judge Living
ston, and a writ of habeas corpus applied for.
The application was granted and hail asked and
given in the ruin of ~ . 10,001). R. Frank Eshle
man appeared for the defendant in this affair.
CHURCH DEDICATION: The new M. E. church
at Washington borough, Lancaster county, Pa. ,
was dedicated to the service of God on last
Sabbath, Dec. 7, 1862. Hers. 11. C. Smith, of
Philadelphia, and J. C. Gregg, of Lancaster ,
preached on the occasion. The Omn: bi forty
by fifty feet, a 'very neat and well-finudied
linrch indeed, which reflects great 'relit upon
the pastor. Rev. T. M. Jackson. a ho is a young .
111511 Of promise. The little society 01 nicinhers
harp done uohl,\, Dula deserve c l eat credit. All
the money needed to free the church ut debt,
was obtained in money and by sithsctiption.
Rev. 11. C. :Smith and . .1. c, tireeg con
ducted the collections in It y efficient manner.
assisted by the a orkin::: pmt, r of the church.
Therefore the sth day of I)ecember. wilt
him; ha r.mi,llll,orctl ht Wa , Liii,,st,a, as a day 1 , 1
althoar.r), ihr %v,•atlivr %vas quite
Th, \t dedlcatell by
Swill], lis•ist,•,l hy his I,rethrett, at lIIrI t I.f
Tilt: Cut Loup: When providing ywni supply
tei re3lithlr I , a • II1•N t ear 114, not 1"1.4%.4 the ehild
cll. Tiry need ti weekly ptip,•!. a, %sell as the
ohler toll% Nothin.,4. hett , d ein be 'found 1.41 .
them than the wc, , kly / h'44444 i//i
Ndliell is 111•41g111.11 1•1 ., •ially tor thetti. It
is edited by (I. 11. A. NI., d teacher lu
lit• Chicago 111211 School, and has antong. its
1 .11, t1 t4 'Wu, e f tito pt• -. 1. 02 the
ountry. -tech Rev. .lldett. Pros. of the N. Y.,
Shit , School, Sarthorn TentleV. of
IVilliants College, Mr-. A. I.:. Sherwood,
Amelia Daley and others. It 1.1 Ile
,4I11(.11 to interest as well as in.trtiet, and is such
a paper ii• 4 any parent 4 , 1. [earlier way give to his
children or pupil.. 11.. -tired that they will he
oehellusl by it. It h , 1141'1)1 , 11,d at the lots twit:
eef flt 1 .60 per y4..tr. :Ind every salc.eriher receives
handsome Chronto, the
fished Ly the Bright Side t• 4... ctiklig(..
I.lsT of 919.1:19ned to 91:Lining in Om
P.,1-0111oe, Deeend,r 9111, 11412
Ladies Li.qt t Anna lf. Barhaler, I:ate Chain-
Eima Capron, Ellllllll Derr, 11r/J. Her
shey, Adclie hoofer. Sarah .1. litell. .Inna B.
Stoner. Susan 519191. 1 for i. Nlary 1.. Scott,
Esther. M. 1.!MMII. NV. IL Thur
tom Ilettie A. NNorknian.
(Jent..?' Hurnmkter, .1. 11.
Tabu lielme,ll, .1. Detrich. 11. NV. Donnell,
IV. K. Fulton. John .la. (10hr (fur), Alma.
Hpple, ChriNtiau Herr. .101iti !louver. henry
McGuigan. Percy Nleliea, NV. M. P.m ers. Idram
Ithon.ll9, Conrad Ridlatrd, Lorenzo Snyder. Mr.
Startler, Ilenry Thompson, S. 1.. Cider, .1011t1
IVeinland. C'harle's Want], John Wruy.
COMPLIMENTARY A correspondent write, in
the following . complimentary terms of two well
hnown citizen , : ''The musical entertainment
viven by Prof. Hall and Miss Bare, an last
Thursday evening in the Town !lull at Marietta,
was a tielt treat and a grand success. While
the hall, on account of its low ceiling, Is poorly
fatted for the display of a pet feet ~ound, yet
Miss Bare, a ith lier sweet IltelOdiolls voice, and
Prof. Hull, with his round mellow tones, per
fectly delighted the audience. wide!' teas com
posed of thoso who could appreciate such an
effort. The selections were tine—just such as
united our Intelligent audience."
BuntEn ALIVE : Jacob Kautz, a young man
'of family, employed in the brickyard of Mr.
Henry Gontz, Millersville turnpike. was buried
up to his head on Monday afternoon by the
caving In of a clay bank in the brickyard,
which be and a umber of other workmen were
undermining. lie was dug out with a good
deal of difficulty and taken to his home, where
he lies in a critical condition from Internal in
juries received. He is attended by Dre. Herr
and Elder.
Is Hazard it. Caswell's, made on the sea shore,
from fresh, selected livers, by Caswell, Haz
ard Sc Co., New York. It Is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken it
prefer it to all others. Physicians have decided
It superior to any of the other oils In the
market. 5-12 w
CIIAPPICD 11Am - is, face, rough skin, pimples,
ingworms, salt-rheum, &other cutaneous affee
ta one cured, and the skin made molt and smooth.
by using the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Cas
well, & Co., New York. Be certain to
get the Juniper Tar Soap, as there are many
worthless Imitations made with common
tar. 5-12 w
oßeware of Counterfeits I
JOB MOSES' siuititliWilitit z 's
are emotively 00IISTIRIIIITID. Dishonest Drag
gist, endeavor to MI the cotssterfetts to tnakerreater
put**. The genuine hove the notne_4l3 ob Mimes
sm seek peekturs. Another* are worthless initiations.
'rho animism Pills are unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the
female eenstitution is subject. They moderate all
excesses and towns aU obstructions, from what
ever causes_
they are part:lo4mm suited. They will in a short
Lime bring on the monthly period with regularity;
and although eery powerful, contain nothing hurt
lel to tbasseasatution. In all cases of Nervous and
Spinal Affections, Pains in the Back and Limbs.
Fatigue ea alight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart.
Hysterics and Whites, they will effect a cure when
all other mean have failed. Tho circulars around
eachlrlekrilve full directions and advice. or
will belie to an. writing for thew, sealed
N. B.—ln all oases where the Cgmnits cannot be
obtained, One Dollar enclosed to the Sole Proprie-
JOB HOSTS . 18 Oortlandt St.. New Ifork,will
insure a bottle of the genuine, containing Fifty
Pills, by return mail, securely mated from any
knowledo of its contents.
Lore no tosto of ruodleirte, and any child will hike
them. Thousands have been restored to health that
had before despaired. Tegtiutnny given in hundreds
Price 313 cents per box. JOB MOSES, f'ruprie.
tor, Is Certlandt Street, New York.
sp,tv Pll,l-6.
: • .gr,erAre.a .I..,_GAlLANcixtue.
• •i oAII !tun I,ol4bard, Paris.
are itlahlY recommended by the ::alto
Nl:ileal Vacuity of Fralweoa tlu) very best remedy
I/ all l a es o r Snerinwtorrhois. or Seminal Weak
lier.; IC IF;litly, 11. , i1Y ur Premature Panie.+loni• Sel
ma We , Ime s u or Itnlioleneßt Weal; nes,. anelugrrotu
'Secret N 1.411101 i 4011.1.4.11 EICCIISCI3; Relaxation ot hu
Cleat Organs ; Wnsk Spill , / Ilclwsituiu the Urinu,
und all 113.3 ‘lrroly trwln orl3l - dewses wrif,ltng train
er The velire%lll`lllllll.tl1 orrmu.tw+ 0 rrm
u.tw+ Purn ,, A lot or c loc in l box, or will
b• ~„nt to nn v Prier all pot . Hot.
frf . `PI tl.'iltdfrl , r4lll l 0 serreit ton, 0:1
• .:•(.1.1 . i• (;C ARtI. Mt PA:S. I ennT •
Y. V. V sf, Sala geticrat Ayeut for Atpr
Cheap i'a r:iON
December 8, 11!,72, by the Rev. D. 11. (:eis,olgt.r, 111 1 ,, t , lip. 1 . 1 iv ,
tieorge 11. Strayer, of Lebanon, to NI N+ Joh , tothi .1 H. , :01
Ilarrack, of Lancaster. Land-,
December 8,1812, by the Rev. Dr. Kremer, MH i /II 3 , 000 . 000
,„ „i I
Warfel to Susan Jones, both of Conestoga twp.
now ;I , 1 :
11 I Llrl'H I: rtlll
for wain t;rowitig, and so. , •is ne.e ,
Lt silt- 111 lii 1 1111,1
%Nal IN PHI , I:,
;111.1111On . CWl4.llO'lll ;',/ I
I>ecember 8, 1812, at Lincoln, Ephrata(.l wher e ,
Jeremiah it. Rover. Fro , u oinecal i s, for Ad
December 1, 1812, at Itoltrerstown, “raybill The o
for colo mts -
„, I „ I on
Deitrich, son of Adam and 'Mary Den rich, aged
5..11 , 1 forth, new In -cripti‘e Palh.c ,ll .' •Wo o''w
36 Carty, 4 months and 25 days.
maps, publi.lied Eiezledt, Getman, swedi4li
December 9, 1872, In this eity,fachb W'iniants, .
tiane , n, e% \\ht . ! t%
aged 73 years and 3 months.
In this city, on the 9th inst., Michael Harman, Addre-s,
9-1 t com'r I'. I'. IL ox tit A,
. ; „7d ;rho! . roods.
The Philadelphia Cattle market
Pini.Anici.entA, Dee. 9.—The Cattle market ww,
very dull this week, and prices firm. About 3,0e0
head arrived and sold at 73463 Sc. for extra Pennsyl
vania and Western steers; fk. 6,4 e. for fair to good
do., and 43405 . ,14e. "t 1 It. gross for common, Its 10
21 Penna., 1). I3ranson as.,f @ 7
236 Western, It. Maynes. .... ............ _4' 4 '0,1
53 Western, Owen Smith 4 (iAP.,j
135 Western Va. A. &J. Christy 6 in 7 , 4
100 Western, J AlcArdlc 5 i.,.S
100 Western, P. McFlllen . . ti, (s7l4'
54) Western, 11. F. McFillen i1L40 1 ;7) , ,
70 Western, .James McFillen 6 us7+,
63 Western, Jas. S. Kirk 6i.::in'7 ,, ,
55 Western, L. Frank 4y.6 , ..,
941 Western, Martin, Fuller & Co 5 td,7
125 IVestern, B. Mooney At Son 15 0,7 , ,
144 ‘Vesterii, D. Smythe a. Urn 5y50.1...,
46 W11:11,1111, it Smythe. 5 iiis.
s , Western, T. Mooney & Bra 5 ..:714
7.. We...tern, El lima Co 5 in 6 , ,
1.2. , Parma., (1. Sehannhorg .4 Co ..1. 0r,7 4
lc. We,•ern, Hope & Levi f51..0 4 ;71 . .
I'll \V•4 u ore W.thotit ohmage. MO 110 ad sold at $4:5
@irk 1:: head.
Sheep were rather. dull. 19,1100 head sold at 4 , ., vs
akie. tit 11. gross, as to condition.
flogs were dull and lower. 5,003 head sold at
t 5.7246.25 "t• 106 tbs. nut.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Den. ll.—Dark TannerA
hark nominal. No. I. Quereltron ut 1:35 per ton.
Clovergeed moves utowly at 9,4,944 c, 14 U.
Timothy quoted at 13.150.
Flaxseed is ' , wares at 2.011
The Flour market limited, and prlees minim ; 60
barrels sold, Including superfine, at $4.Naat5.25; ex
tras at S6.trtaitt.37t, ; Wlseouslit extra fatally at i•••
ni,m.so; Minnesota do. fe4.oo3s.rai; Pa. do. at f4.2:mir
P. 00; Indiana and tituo do. do. at is.'inta 9.00, awl
fancy brawls at $ll. lc
Rye Flour held at 1%1;2
t'ornmeal no Haters.
The otlering4 (il hit ill 10 1 sales 01
western red at 5t.50 , ,51.53, all/her at 1.9 0 , onit
11.9014,2.0 h for white.
11)1- 11 anted at 'Y.41 . .01.11,
Corn attracts attentant ; sales of Wo. , l,rit Mixed
at 65c., and yellow at 6a(¢660.
spits leis active; sale 4 uF inixe,l 6a,ote2c.,
MI I black mixed at 47 , '.
itzt , lo' and Malt no sales.
Wlikki firm; nestetn an,'.
New Advertisements.
divorces legally nbtaiued id
Watra. Lt•gal evert where• -desertion, general in is •
1 . 1)11111111. Ace., sualcient et:Luso-Ay, publielh requirtql
charge until divorce granted —HiViCe
on or utbirens
B):IN J. I'l'Ll'ON, Counsellor at Law.
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NoW, as heretofore, Siena , ln I'
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France a Republic -Enaiand and Bernina grad
ually permeated with lie publica ti ideas-.span)
swaying In the nervrli•ss grasp or a ritlr•r too gimil
for a 1•;;Ing and too weak for a Itepublieati, IVIIO IS
11110.111 V to govern the great island that blocks the
entrance to our gull of Ale:vivo. and ',litany imaide
to give it up--111.• I terman-speaking peoples atil
t afed by a tow Prof -slitnin•in, io rat lug rom the
See of Koine on the dogma of Papal Ii iahlihilll%
and assuming to ieefiginze the •'i tlil
toe 1$ hole Continent pet tailed liy intelleetual
ferment that conies of the coniliet betiveen old
Phil0S01.101:711, 111( . 1110:.411 • iii, 111701'1i/11, Mill the
advances of Physical Science -101,sla and great
Britain running a mec for the thud gains that shall
determine .% siatit•suipretnaey -China seenittig ready
to abandon her advances and reelose her half- ;
~p,..,,tgati•A _japan abolishing feudalism and In
vlting NVeNterti civilization to Irradiate. \l . l •a ern
commerce to enrich her long-hidden ettipire—smelt
are phases of the news from abroad which the ,
in.iils over all continents and the wires under ail
Seas are daily twitritig to US, \VIM able and trusted
correspondents 111 the leading capitals, and wher
, e‘,.r great eliauges are ill 11112:1441,1, T 111.: TRINVNE
at it lintever rust, to lay before Its readers
the inii;t prompt, complete, awl popular present-
mem of these diverse anti emutieting movements,
through all of It Melt its it fondly; trusts, the titling
masses are every w hint struggllng up toward larger ;
recognition and a brighter (attire.
At home the straggle for Freedom seems over.
The last slat e has long been a citizen; the last op
rac.fil,nl to emancipation. tilt rafteldsement, cyuul
clad rights, Uas been forillally 111M11.1111iml. Vo
party, North or South, longer disputes the rmoilt
of the War for the [Moil ; ull de c lare that these re
,aits must never he undone ; and, with a whole
petiole thus milted MI the grand platform of All
twills for All, whereto lair bloody struggle, and
lie prolonged idyll contests that followed, hate
oil is, l ie Republic 1.1115,1 I lie record of the bitter,
intend l'ie4t, and turns peacefullt, hopefully to the
alarming bevatise less vital problems of the
To whaitevet• may elucidate the general
40M1111411111 or action on these, Tiff: '1 mud NI.: Kites
amplest • face and 111(<i impartiai record. %Viott
i.% er part les clay propose, whatever pont teal leaders
may slit, whaleser ofilemS tout tti, is tairly set
down in its 4unUuu., whether ale news helps or
hinders Its own belt's. 114 rMolerS have a right to
an honest statement of the tarts; tots this they al
ays gel.
lint 114 tit lid 1/1111141illielll M 511111,11,7, THN TRI-
M NE 14 of course. hereafter as heretofore. the
elianiolon of Fapial Rights, irrespeetive of Rave,
Nati\ tty Or Color. It stasis iumecibly by the
'titimulments for the permanent stuntrity of those
Rig whlch hate been solemnly Incorporated by
the People, In the Constitution of • the United States,
Independent of all political par: l's, it emit-at ors to
treat them lilt with judleial Mimes.. It 1111)0114 to
purify the tilitolni-dration of (lot timent. National,
State and and witenet , r ;hose in all-...
liether in National, 'tuft orlf unletpal af
fairs, 'take the lead In this work, II will therein give
theta its cordial support. lint It can never lie the
servitor of any polil teal party nor wilt It surrender
Or VVI.II WIIIIM its right to rrilleille and vondimm
what is wrong, 1111,1 cotnrneud What N right in the
n,•I ion of any par/MS Of Of any public men.
Now, its aIWaVS. NE labors a lilt all Its
heart for the proinol ton of Cie greitt Material In
terests of the efutiitry. The hrovTe,s hi Invention '
auit tit Lalifir.Sitt'itte:, the ileveloptuent of nor re
sources, tin pre , ervittion of our Land for the Land
less and it, mph! stilditgal ton to human wants, thy
of 11171111 ml 01 our vavt underlying' tires, the i•xleti
..itin of the litellll les for bringing Pro:lover and
Console,' nearer togethim- whatever tends to
swell Illi•lncrease tilt knots to lan' alai ludo r
the condition of those devoted to I . oom:tit f•
ihi,try finds tnetition nod enconr.iceinent in 1 / l ll'
1 . 1.1 tam; than thirty
years old, has Jdoleavored io I.co . tip with the pro
gre.ss of the age in 0111,1,‘..itierit Still ill enterprise :
It devotes a large share of Is colitins to Agriculture
as 111,. 111.,. I mot gi . neral of hunittu ',ln
sults. It emprov. , the ablest and most n eossfor
cultis ators to sot 14,11 h ill O11•0'
practical iev.s (it the Farmer's work, II reports
imbue discuss:ons , alll.ll elueldate tbar ;
gathers troll) every satire.. agricultural uel4a, tau
relents of the latest experiments, the stories of the
latest suocesse: and failltres, and whatever may
tend at In et` 11, 1. 0 1, ,. 1 . .k 1111,1 in 4.0 111nie11.1
114 111.‘ lira :111 , 1 111.111 111111i.1 !Wit
Arts, based on nut (Intl Science,
There are limelreds 01 thousmids engaged 11l M
yers.. pursuits 51 ~r rent a "place, - and }tint'
SOW portion Of their title to its culture alai 1111-
tol'ON'l3lllellt. THE TitiltrNg ShOWS thellt
holy to mtlYe the 1110 St of their roods and their
hours, both I , y .llrcellon tool example : No Informa
tion equal In quality or oti intity eftil be' elsewhere
obtained for the price of this journal.
Tilt.: Whmsi.v Tut tic sE appeals also to Teitehers,
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Call and Examine our Stock.
Part of our ~luck oolViirtill of the following heady Made
Beaver Over-Coate, all wool all color., $12.00 to 20 00
Bur Beaver " •, 10.00 " 14.00
Cantor ".. .. 10.00 " 18.00
~ • •
Chinchilla '•8.00 " 16 00
Boye' and Youthe' Over-Coate 6.00 " 19.00
Ca/minnow Binh§ '
all wool, [ r 'gored] 10.00 " 14.00
Melton " lB.OO " 22.00
Black Cloth and Casslntere Suits, all wool 14.00 " 22.00
Youth's Cassimere Suits 10.00 ,' 11.00
Boy's •' " 6.00 ~ 15.00
Cauldron'e all wool Frock Coats 7 00 ~ 14 00
Sack ‘• 6.00 4, 12.00
4 l t . Pants 3.75 ~ 8.00
~ ~ Vesta 1.25 ~ 8.75
Youth's Camtlmere all wool Frock Coats 6.00 ~ 10.00
4, all wool Sack Coats 8.60 " 6.00
t. t., Pants 2.00 ', 4.00
" 4 Vests 1.00 ~ 9.00
We manufacture all our own Clothing, have it well
made, use good trimmings, and guarantee the goods its
We are prepared to show all who may favor us with •
call, the largest •nd finest stock of
Foreign and Domestic Cloths,
Wall colors and grades. Goods retailed by the yard as
ow itx can be bought anywhere. Goads cnt and trimmed
for persons who prefer making them at home.
We keep a full and complete supply of
Finch as trader Clothing, Hoisery, Gloves, Handker
chiefs, Shirts, Linen and Paper Collars, Neckties, die.
Centre Hall,
No. 4 Cent -0 Square, Lancaster, Petina
Death: Bad Breath!
Millions of young and old people (both sexes) ate
tortured daily with disordered Stomach, Blood,
Heart, Liver, Kidneys, viz.: Ague, nervous head
ache, palpitation, giddiness, drowsiness, no energy,
dyspepsia, catarrh, rheumatism, neuralgia, gravel,
weal. back, constipation, piles, &c., ac. We religi
ously commend our GOLDEN PACKAGES. Never
fail. Mailed tree for $l. Describe your case. Cir
cular free. Address CITY INFIRMARY, YOUNGS
TOWN, O. 2-4 t
have business connections with all the principal
ports of China and Japan, and Import their Teas
direct from place of growth, thus saving the con
sumer from sto 9 profits. It is now about twelve
years since the Company was organized—amitit has
been a splendid success from the very first. This
was due to the fact that we imported and sold only
and distributed them to our customers In all parts
of the United States, for one *mall pro,fit only, be
tween the Tea-grower and the Tea-consumer. We
originated the system of supplying consumers In
distant parts of the country with Teas, St. New
York Cargo Prices, on the Club plan. Suit since
we adopted this plan we have saved the people of
this country MILLIONS OP DOLLARS annually in the
cost of this article of everyday necessity.
Send for club Circular, whl••h contains full direc
tions, premiums, etc.
P. O. Box 6643
Cloth tag.
Fur u re, tf.e.
Patent Pump.
~,' : 6 ... ' CUCUMBER WOOD PUMP.
•, • • Taiteless, Durable, Eineient and
1 —1 t v Cheap. The host pump for the
-' ' Iliaat money. Attention k espeel•
ally invited to 81Rti . 1111..y41 Patent
0 Improved Bracket met New Drop
~A • Cheek Valve, which snit be with
drawn without removing the
pump or IiiML1111 , 111;1; the johltl.
't Also, the Copper t 'hit to I, , r,whie. h
1,. 41 meter ecticks or settles, and a iii
, '-" outlast any other. Vor Sitio by
. -e.
.1 eat.. ra et ery wile; ... Seto for
''..,, • E-: taiilloglie and priee List *
- ` . CitAs.G. tiI.AT4'III,EV, .1(1'r,
:',06 Commerce SI., Pifilatla., Pa. 44-I,vr
li r liate pat , flitter* .4 WO
Made U t Vk WII ,Lt y, 1 . / 01
t,,re 1, .0)4,1, • , ••1 Sta. , It' t
t iste cal:Pd"Tonics," s." II •••• , .•r•o s
&c , that load the tipper oil to chtuolcoonc••• au to.,
but are a t,,,0 Medicine, made kook r
andliribi of 1:: - difornia, free front a': ••••• • :, u td., •
They are the Great Komi Purifier and a L: , ;-411,0.
Principle, a Perii•ct Renovator and 11,1 , 201-nor
System, carrying off all pois-mous matter :mil re ilia
the blood to it healthy condition, enriching, it, ene-iiing
and inlyiAnrating both mind and lively. Tbec are eas i i
of adinn,istr;,•ion, Prompt in their action, coi Lim Li,:
results, safe and Reliable in all forms of o.
No Person can take these Bitte rs accorJ
ing to directions, and rOlll.llll long uwaicii, I.cn pt i .
their bones are not destroyed by milierai r
means, and the vital organs pasted liei 1.114 the. mairtt
of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indlirention. Headache, Paii
in the Shoulder:, Cottgliz,'llghtness of the Chet, D,4
zinesi, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Had "Litz:
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacicii. Palautathut of th,
Heart, hitiamtnation of the Lllll2'‘, Pant in the tegmhs of
the kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptom ,
11,- tAT:prings r,fDyspep s ia. conlp
I it hay equal, and one brute prose
mutre ,a its merits than a ienztlm adyntton,r;
For F to Couti)lttliatx, i t %,,on7, or r d l
' marriod or single, at the dawn of m•.•, t!
turn of life, these Tonic Ritirra
For Inilltaninta.tory anti Chenille Ilthett
inattlqoas and (;out, Dyspepsia or
RCII11:1ellt and Intermittent Fevers, hiseas..a Of Ili
Mott!, laver, Kidneys and Bladder, tlets e ifoiers list
been most successful. Such Diseases .ire 01,d, 1,,
Vitiated Blond, winch is generally prodticed Lt derail;,
111 , 11 t of the Digestive Organs.
They are a Gentle Purgal lee rtq well no
a Tonle, poasessing also the peculiar 1/1,111 of aetios,
as A vowel-nil :I',•elit. 111 relieving i loncestnni 1.1 UN M.-
mation of the Liver and Viseetai Organs, and in Iltio,iii
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tether, Sil-
Rlietiin, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustldtfs, lloi: , ,
lumens, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eye , , Ely
vioelas, Itch, Scut fa, Discoloration% of ill! Skiu, /honor
:old hiatuses of the Skin, of whatever name i t !ruin t,
aie literally dug up and tarried nut 111 the system in •
shot time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle ti.
so, It Cases will convince the most incredillowl of tl, o
ii ratite effects.
(•lettrge the, Vitiated Blood whenever you
find its impurities bursting through the i.Litt in Pimples
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it oh•
strutted and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it . t s
foul; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the dealrli of the system will follow.
I ligiertteftil tlpywiniatis
proclaim Vt::n ,nn Bn•-
't the most wonderful Invigoiant that e, et • ~.,td.11,1
the sinking systent.
Fin, Tape. and other I'Vormq. hir1,;,1,7, to
the system of sn many thousands, are elfin tually d
strayed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol.
ogist : There istonrcely an indi.i.loal upon the face of the
earth whose lady is exempt from the presence of worms
It is tint upon thy healthy e:entet.ts of the body that
%toms exist, la' 055011 the diseased humors and slim.
deposits that listed these living moost.us of disease
No stolen, of Medicine, Iva veniiiinges. no anifielinin -
hits, will free the system nom bless
Mechanical Dliaeasea. Persons engaged
Paints and Minerals, such as Pitman:is,
rioliblicatCrs, and Miners, as they advani . e lire, r.
be subject to paralvsis of the Rowels. '1 o maid agamic
this take a dose of WALICRIt i s VI:Sas:AR lilT r .Sts un, s.
or twice a week. as a Preventive.
Bilious, Remittent, I Intermittent
Reverie, which are so preva'etit in the out
great rivers throughout the United States, especiatiy
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouti, 11l uuis , 'Pen
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Enna.,
Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, I<tvii,
°he, James, and many others, with their va-.t tribute
rice. throughout our entire country during the Sumini.r
and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual hest and dryness, ate invariably accompanier
by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera, There are always inure or less
obstructions of the liver, a wcalotens and irritable stet
of the stomach, and great torpor of the liosicis, Leto.;
flagged up with vitiated accumulations. In the, tie t,
men% a purgative, exerting a pnwerf Mate:ere up,'
these various organs, is essentially necessary. Therit
w. satliartic fir the purpose equal to DR. J.
slikiAß DITTERs, as they will speedily remove his
sari.-colored viscid matter with wlt;clt the bosels c , e
loaded, at the same time stitnulating the nce, clam,
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions
of the digestive organs.
Scrofula. or Kline,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Jiter, S• 10 1 .01114.
inflammations, Indolent Inflammation., Mercurial Al
fections, Oil Sores, Eruptions of the Skit), Sole Eyes
t , etc. In these, as in all other constitution it Di.
eases, WA I.KaR'S VIRPG irt BITTIIRS have shown theit
yreat curative powers in ilia most obstinate and tutiaci . .
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitten
act on all these vases in a Nimilar'manner. ftv
Old Mood they remove the cause, and livreso.ving away
the effects of the inflammation (the ttibco.olar dcfisda,
the affected outs receive health, and a v.:fin-mem Lure
is effected.
The properties of DR. WALICER I .: VINRGAF.
PITTERS are Aperient, Diaphoretic and Girii.mative.
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative. Counter-Irri
tant, Sudorinc, Alterative, and Anti-Tihous.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
Dr:. WALEEE'S VINEGAR BITTERS are the best 9162-
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevvi4,
their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
the limners of the lances. Their Sedative properttel
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels,
either front inflammation, wind. curie,
Their Comiter4rritant influence extends thrforAotil
to system. Their Diuretic properties act r va th e Kid
tiers. correcting and regulating the flow of mi.,. ihe,i
Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in 1112 Serl
lion of bile, and its discharges through the y dociA
and are superior to all remedial agents. cn ,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Pertify the body against disease 7 ur.
fvforg, all its thuds with VINEGAR , 11,•
&mite can take hold of a system thus Fir,irior. ,
',vet., the stomach, the botftels, the 1C:1ot,, t 1 t
lICrVeI are rendered distf.t.te-"t1 Ly t!1, 1,1,l .la
n :
orant. ut
Dlreiona.—Take of the Bitters cs .t 1.4
at night front a 11.11( to 0110 and :/i ,t11• • •4
Eat good now 'slung rtod, FitLli %eel . ftfy.f
01 0 P. toa , t her:, and
out-door exercise. They are poreie ve
able 'overflew.", and e uttf ., o nn
j WALKER, Prolr. It. 11.
DiuggLSls .111 (;.•11. Sln I
atAl LOT. 4.1
SOLD LN ALL Lettl;LlGi.l , ANL.
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