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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 27 January 1870

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Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 27 January 1870

I r. i i , THE ENTERPRISE. IWEUTWATER, THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1870 LeglslatiTe Summary. Ia tUo Seutaoo th 20th, the House bill providing that Railroad companies naj pit th interest to toe State in.bonds pait doe of nj series, after eonsiderable diacaation, pansod third reading, without modification. Ia the llooso the resolution directing the Comptroller to hypothecate State bonda ia the 4th National Bank of New York, to liquidate the claim of $132,000 , of Ward & Brige, waa adopted. The discussion of the penitentiary bil , continued without re.ult. The tern , per of the House appears to be ia faror of the Senate running the prison. . On the 22d, Mr. Fleming, of Knox, in troduced a bill incorporating the Tennes see Mining and Land Company, which was beaded by Messrs. Beasly, of Pcnn- -sjItTnia, Boyd of Tennessee, and others, for the porposo of manufacturing iron and wooden ware. Passed first reading. Mr. James, of ITamilton, introduced bill abolishing the present Tax Collector's offi...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 27 January 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER: ' Thursday, Jan. 27, 1870. Local and other Matters. E.T. Va. & Qa. Rail Road. , 1KRIV1L AND DEFIRTURB OF TRAINS AT Sweetwater. TAiWEsos or Mail Thaixs. Arrives From Knoxville, 3- 29 r m Leaves, 3: 3() M Arrive From Chattanooga ,.'.8:' 48 a.' m! 8:49. a. m. Freiqht Teaixs. . '. Arrives From Knoxville. ....... .., ,12 x.' Leaves,,..... .V... ....... .., ,...I2:25p.m. Arrives from Chattanooga. ..:.... .ti:r,5 a.m L '.......12:20,.,, ' Announcements. Having been called upon through the press, and solicited by many phonal friend to be come a candidate for the office of Tux Collector, of Monroe county, at the ensuing March election, I hereby announce myself as a candidate for that - ' L. M. PlCKKL, Fork Creek, Oct. 28, wtf. We are authorised to announce J. C. Penning ton a a candiduto for Sheriff of Monroe county, at the ensuing election in March next. nor. 4 td - We are anthoriied to announce the nnme of T. D. WILSON, na a candidate for Tax collector oi ni...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 27 January 1870

ft V X ( V i f r AGJiraTILTXIIlilR.I WhV Scalded meal is fclora Hatrir Tho niitrim.Mit alTniL-J to animals bj itson t! Millall uiciil or Hour. These globules v V III osq arulttiS" part "of un uioli; those uf wheal ji in,ol &mi'fjuuf' I'JMVllw.fAVHI'HSJli VniiD outk-osc ululiulcs lY...JJ5uiU thel ,IWAt,f thc'Jfrendv'AcAle'nij W SeWQerJs; the following conolusioiWdro4'tMiMliua: 1. That tLo globules eor.stitiulng men!, JW'V aliiTvliotluT rmiaiyjrl ijp. gjiiiiorlroottfto lueut&ltln'i,litWmg any nourishment as auinial food until tlicy aro broken, ( , , . ,,, q J!i2. i'hii t' tiu nlerlMJaTnic rh o J . -f r,rcakT l"g or grinding id n.'iiio (liua paruauv el- That the most cflieieiifc .moans, vh breaking tlio globulus id by heat,' by' fof- meiiialLni, or, Ly. tlia queu-teal ngcuejjol y-r. ii r uwii of aiKaiic.H. ,u,4. Thntf ilextrino,' whiob is tbc ker nel, as it Vcre, of each gloUilo, b'iituiio soluble, aro tliurcfure ubiiio nutrtivo. 5. TUkiWMof.fhegljlfehcn reihaSa to frag'iuents ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 3 February 1870

r V 7- " -vol: in. SWEETWATER,; TENN.; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1870. . .il i. TOOT ' irfi j. IT ... V.;W.TUE ' KNTERPKISE. : ; PUBLISHED i EVERY THURSDAY, n ,; BY " '..- ,i C. C. WOOD W A R D , At two Dollni-M u V-n t-, . "P)iyitTf) i ii Advnuco. ' ' RATES''OFiAbyEETlS!EniQ.',"!' Sl VfRUTMif HI .r.l THlfcJ 4'UIC JS. , , r Orte inch, or less, one Insertion,'. . ... .$1 .01 0 Jtit uiiuli HUlweiiiunl insertion ... r an .,-.10.00 '...16.H0 . .. i.OI) v.. 14.00 1 moh por annum . . .: 2 inches per annum. .1 . . i . Iff column H monitor . . . column 6 mouths.. . ... . WtVnjTuu I rear . . . . . :j, .-.i . .......21.00 .V, oulQmi 3uiln!hiJ.v-'i ). 4 .,j..H.O0 M 'oiuu. 0 moilihe : . i . . .X 4 i ... .14.00 column I yr . . , (;. v.. 30.00 1 column 3 months.. ..... i . ,.21.00 1 column 6 mouths . . .-.i 89.00 1 column 1 your. . .74.00 'Innoimciiig candidates, for count; offices. 36.01) . -.il." ' " State otheca... 10.00 Marriage Notices '.. ;..;..'.-. .. . 1 .00 Obituaries, of mnro than 10, linos...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 3 February 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, FEB. S, 1878 The Wheat Crop In Cast Tennessee. Prom the editorial columns of the Knoivillt Whig, we copy the following ar ticle in regard to the prospects of a good TVloat crop ia East Tennessee, and com mend it to the careful perusal of our read ers and farming friends : - "On gratifying fact we have to com municate to our readers and that it, that we bare never knows the wheat crop to look so weH at-' tola season of the year. The winter, thus far, Instead of damaging it, has been favorable to it. There has been many warm dajs which have pushed forward it growth, and now aud then, a good snow, which has proteoted it. There have been no hard and severe freezes to interfere' with the roots, nd taking all these favorable combinations of weather together, the wheat crop has been highly favored. Fortunate, indeed, especially when we remember that the farmers, by train of circumstances which they could not control, sowed their wheat very late. They f...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 3 February 1870

6 SWEETWATER: Thursday, Feb. 3, 1870. Local and other Matters. E.T. Va. & Ga. Rail Road. arrival and departure of trains at Sweetwater. Passevuer or Mail Trains. Arrivea From Knoxville, 3; 29 f, Leases, 3: 3D r.u. Arrive From Chattanooga, ...8:48a.m. I! 9: 19. a. m. ' Fbkiuht Trains. Arrives From Knoxville 12 . Loaves, 12:25p.m. Arrives from Chattanooga 11:35 a.ji 12:20pm Announcements. Having been called upon through the press, and solicited by many pergonal friends to be come a candidate for the office of .Tax Collector, of Monroe county, at the ensuing March election, I hereby announce wuselfu a candidate for that office. i, L. M. Pii'kKL, Fork Creek, CKjt. 28, wtf. We are authorized to announce J. C. Penning ton as a candidate for Sheriff of Monroe county, at the ensuing election in March next. ' hot. 4 td , v . We are anthorized to announce tl name of T. D. WILSON, aa a candidate for Tax collector of Monroe Couuty, at the approaching Soring Elections, dee 2 td. We are autho...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 3 February 1870

TILE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, KB. 3, 1870 Why Farmers Should be Organized intj ioiiowuig we exrract trora a tery awe amircsj tieiievercU before the Min nesota Agricultural Societj at the State Fair, last yeur, by Col. D. A. Robertson, of St. l'nul, Minnesota. With tie exception of husband rj, ever y nioneymaking interest, iu this our ege of money, is thoroughly organiiod, and ever ready for aggressive action, as the occa sion may require, whether in legislative balls, in boards of direction, or in the mar ket place. Our farmer are the moot im portant working population of tbe coun try and produce three-fourtba of its pro ductive wealth. Out of their toil and products are dircetly or indirectly obtain ed, most of tho taxes, and yet they are at the mercy of all other interests. A pro jected measure that would transfer null ities from the profits of agriculture , into other's hands may be resolved upon by half a dozen wealthy gentlotnen, of ele gant enterprise, seated in a pri...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 17 February 1870

THE" SW RET WATER ; lilT IlPiilSlj VOL. II. SWEETWATEE, -TENN., 'THURSDAY, ; FEBRUARY 17j 1870.- - :;;;;no. 14. 'l ..' .... I ..-,1 : .: :tiie enterprise rUBLISIIED 'EVERY' THURSDAY, 1 r .' ' jy 'i- ;? '. T n:-.. c ;. B . ; w o o b'w ard; -A.t two Dollars a Your, i."Pn.ylle li Advance. . RATES OP ADVERTISEINQ. - ''WO VARUTIOX FROM THUS PRICKS. . ? ' ' One Inch, or less, one insertion,. ....".'.'..$1.00 For enoh subsequent insertion ......... . ... . 50 1 inch per annum. ....... ...... ...... .'..10.00 2 inched per annum 16.00 yx column 3 months 9.00 column fi months ...11. 00 column 1 year .......21.00 tj, column 3 months. ... .......... ....... 14.00 culumn fi months... 21.00 y3 column 1 yenr .......30.00 1 culumn 3 months . ........... . ..21.00 1 column 6 months ...... ).-. 99.00 1 column 1 year .74.00 lnnounciug candidates, for county oillces. 3.00 " " St.Ite omccs...l0.00 Murriiigo Notices 1 .00 Cbitunrio, of mnro than 10 lines 1.00 IC7No attention pniJ to orders for the paper ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 17 February 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. IWEKTWA1ER, TlltRSliAY, MB. 17, MTO t i 1 l - - ii- M- From WasaviUa. Hill of rmt Convention, Xashvillb, Tenm., Feb. Uth, 1870, Pear KNTERrHii&: Believing that you anil your many renders would be pleased to rent anything coming from the Capital of your State, I will attempt to giro you a few items for publication. All eyes are turned to Nashville, to to ami know what the Legislature and Con vention will do before adjourning. I fesl almost certain that the people will approve of what they have done, up to the present. Although both bodies have done some things that it would have been well enough to have left undone, and I fear the Con vention is disposed to do things yet that should be left to future Legislatures who will be elected direct by the people, and on such issues. The Convention is now discussing the common school system, liaxter and oth ers arc, I think, now making bunromeb speeches but I approve of liberal Legisla tion for school purposes. The next que...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 17 February 1870

I ' J -JLT " " THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER; Thursday, Feb. 17, 1870. Local and other Matters. Announoeinentfl. FOR SHERIFF. We are authoriied to announce Jason Mc Mul len as a candidate for Sheriff of Monroe County at the enuiii spring election. feb.10 td We re authoriied to announce A. Hawkins at a candidate for Sheriff of Monroe county, at Die enduing spring election feb.10 td FOR TAX COLLECTOR. . We are antkoriied to announce D. 0. HarrW as a candidate for Tax Collector of Monroe coun ty at the ensuing spring elections. fob. 10 td We are anthoriied to announce the name of T. 1. WILSON, as a candidate for Tax collector of Monroe County, at the approaching Hpring Elections. dec 2 td. We are authoriied to annonnco J. L. Carson ns a caudidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing March election. jau20 We are authorized to announce the name of J. M. l.RK, as a randidnte for Tax Collector of Monroe County, at the ensuing March election. Jan. 27 td. Agents for the Enterprise. Dr. Kdwin Hall, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 17 February 1870

8WEF.T WATER, THURSDAY, 1X0.17, 1S70 Wear of Farm implements". When vfilwc ever rest from our ex cessive. l)intu.anil Ciirelcsoe, and learn to do thinps thoroughly. An English ex change tolls us that thoir wagons and im plements last 25 years, while ours do not last over fivp or ten. Where it the differ ence? Aro our mechanics poorer, or ore they,too hasty, or doiurnieiu four .to pay enough fur first-class wrrk J 4,Iu America everything in the way of implements and tools wears out vory qrtiek ly; and hanwss, troll .us every other leather or cloth, tears soon after it is pew and very often afterward. When I was about 14 years old, I learnt J to hold a plow with a low-handled wooden plow that njy father had when ho commenced farming, beforo I was born. And 15 afterward this flow was f-MM in existence-, having had a new beam, and perhaps linndlos too in the time; but btjing a very handy aud fa vorite implement, it was kq.t iu repair fur the youngest plowboys to go with. He bought a win...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 24 February 1870

r 11m 1JUJ VOL. II. SAYEETAVATEB, TENN., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1870. NO. 15. SWEETWATER ihwn Jill THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY O. B . WOODWARD, . A.t two Iollnr a Year, Taynbloln Adrnnoe. RATES OP ADVERTISEING. SO VAIUVTION WDM TUBS PRICKS. One inch, or less, one Insertion, $1,00 For each tmbiiequcnt insertion 50 1 inoh pernnnnm '. 10.00 2 incheu per milium. 16.00 .' column 3 months 9.00 'i column 6 mouths 14.00 V column 1 year 24.00 W column 3 months 14.00 l column 6 months.., 21.00 l column 1 year 39.00 1 column 3 months 24.00 1 column 6 months 39.00 1 column 1 year 74.00 Announcing candidates, for county offices. $5.00 " " State offices...! 0.00 Marriage Notices 1.00 Obituaries, of more than 10 lines 1.00 JCTJNo attention paid to orders for the paper unless accompanied by tho Cash. . Persons sending advertisements should mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or tbey will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements mus...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 24 February 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER," Till RSUAY, VKB. 24, l7o Tho Political Situation. T'.ui' Courier Jo urn 1 says; "The situ ation of tin) ou'itry at this moment is not encouraging, although, it is tranquil. TK.-.t which ij most needed is public con-fi-leiioc:; uii.l this tho Republicans soem to he limbic to establish fur tho simple reas on that they are the in selves so divided as t-vV; snrCut ui iliiii beyond a moment. After vceonaLruotion, what t After tho Fifteetuh nuiriiMinout, what! Are we to h-i v;? a Mil of "p-this and penalties," anj a t'rh distribution of military power? Is there to t o a "now departure" from tho lasli if cijii.-ul ition already laiJ down? Or, t'dl t!:c ua-lical element grow weaker and weaker, anJ tho peoplo at largo turn their attention to tariffs and finanoe, leav irjr ti e v.'.ir and. its issues and its passions to vanish like the disembodied pirits be fore the etvk'a crow of perfect restoration of iho Lnit.ii? Upou ijucricsot this sort hang a multitude of ho...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 24 February 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER: Thursday, Feb. 24, 1870. Local and other Matters. .Announcements. run sin iuFF. Wa are anthorijed to announce Jason MiMul lon as a candidate for tliorhr.d' Monroo County at t!ie ensuing spring elections. feh.10 td We nro authorised to nnnounce A. Hawkins s a candidate fur hlieritf of Monroe county, ut the en-miii eprin;; election . fcb.ld td FOR TAX COLLECTOR. We are anthorixed to announce R. C. Harris as a candidate for Tux Collector of Monroe coun ty at tlie ensuing spring elections. fub.lu td We are nnthorixed to nnnounce the mime of T. V. WILSON, us a candidate tor Tat collector of Monroe County, at the approaching Spring Electioua. ueu i td. Wo are authorized to annnnnce J. I.. Carnon ns a oaudidate for Tax Collator at the ensuing March election. jnn20 We' are authorized to nnnounce the nanie of J. M. I.KK, as a candidate for Tax t'ollcctorof Monroe County, at the ensuing March election. Jan. 27 td. The New County. It will be seen by reference to the...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 24 February 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. - - sVeETWATLK, THL RtiUAY, FEB. 24, 1870 ii .i- '. . 1 i .. . - Planting Irish Potatoes. As tlie time for planting this most nse ful and valuable crop is at band, the fol lowing suggestions will prove opportune and useful. Thej are from the Rural Carolinian, and we commend them to gar deners and farmers in this region . "It requires moisture and coolness. To succeed, therefore, on light, sandy, soils, we must seek artificially to produce these conditions to such an exteut as is practi cable. Wo. should first dig into the soil, (which should already bo rich from previ ous manuring,) a large quantity of vege table matter swamp mucks, soil from the woods, decayed leaves aud garden refuse ; then, an important point, give it a good drcssiug of wood ashes, and finally plant early, so as to give tho crop the advantage of the most favorable part of the season to mature. Iu our modes of planting and cultivation, we should also have the sanio principles in view. l'laut iu dee...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 10 March 1870

0 I rmirn VOL. III. SWEETWATER, .TENN., THURSDAY,' MARCH 10, 1870. NO. 17. J" - Y SWEETWA J..-JxjOj MS 1 JliiM W . . EAST TENNESSEE CHINA HOUSE. TXOUnKIl TO MAKE WM FOR rUUIdT X nia. (lols, ve are now oftVrinjr, everything in the vriiy of China, lilasa and tiueensware at greatly red.ioe ! ; Vc. 'Jiill an I exnmiue the largest btoc of 1. 1 oakery ever oponcil in Kat Tennessee. Keo our prires het'ore milking pur chases. We import dirov tlv from manufacturers, nnd nre at sill timed prepared to sell lower than the uoo Is can be lioujht elsewhere. But NOW is the TIME FOR BARGAINS- We miiHt have room f ir new goods about to ar rive, and have marked Ml goods down down. -Will yourselves of the on;wrtuuity, nnd Biive from t "riity-hve to filty ; -rcent. Jlonoj' Hiiv'l -iiioiMiy iuil. Vie can i.ut ciionieraiu iu un adver'iai ment the thousand oi irtii le-i whieh go to ni:i! e up n complete stock oi a lir-t 1 is. t.'liina lloua hut i:i the Kant Ten nessee China Iloiixc V "' run find anything y...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 10 March 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. WEETWATEK, TUIRSDAY, MAR. 1(1, 1870 To Our Patrons. With this number of th Extkrhkixi! one year go wo tailed our first paper, theu known as the Sweetwtter Forerunner, and having worked faithfully up to thechwe of the second volume, w deemed It necessary, as t!io Forerunner hail accomplished the object for which it was started, change the; name, which we did, aud now the E.vTEXrltisK ranks among the first-clusa country j Journals of the State. Wo now eome before you for Another year'i patronage, and hope th it none will hesi tate to eome forward at once and renew their pa tronage both in advertising ami subscription. We hate, by our energy and pcrjeTerence, made the paper one of the permtneut institutions of Sweetwater, and h:ive gained for it a reputa tioo that it will sustain so long as it is iasucd under the management of its present proprietor. Our course in the future, in regard to politics, ahall not occupy our mind to such an extent as heretofore. We shall ende...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 10 March 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER; Thursday, Mar. 10, 1870. Local and other Matters. u. u lion ii .? in e n 1 h . FUll SHERIFF. Wo are authmuod to nminunce Jason McMul lon as a candidato for Sheriff of Monroe County at the ensuing spring elections. feb.10 td We lire authorized to announce A. Hawkins as a candidate for Slicriif of Monroe county, at the ensuing spring election feb.10 td FOR TAX COLLECTOR. We aro authorized to announce K. C. Iliirvin as a candidato for Tax Collector of Mouroe coun ty at the ensuing spring clectiuns. feb.10 td We are unthoriiod to announce the name of T. I). WILSON, us a candidato for Tax collector of Monroe County, at the approaching Spring Elections. dee 2 td. We are authorized to nnnounce J. I.. Carson na a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing March election. inni'.l Stationary l Stationary!! Tho Meroliautsof Sweetwator, Mailison villo and Philadelphia, aro nolitied" that wo liavu on hand a lot of Commercial Note Paper, which wo propose- to furnish th...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 10 March 1870

I EOSEOO -0:0- TllE Oil EAT REPU T.i TI O.V Which kft-Mi hiu attained in all parte of the country AS A UKF.AT AND GOOD MEDICINE, And tkk I.akuk Xi-mbbm of Trstijioxum which are constantly being received from Phy sicians nu J person vfionav bkrk ciiukd by its use, is conclusive proof of its remarkable value ASA BLOOD PURIFIER, IT II A H TV O EQUAL, BKINO roOITlTKLT THE MOST POWERFUL VKGKTAIH.K ALTERATIVE YET DISCOVERED. DISEASES OF THE BLOOP. "The lite of the (lean is in the Wood," is a Pcriptural mnxiui that science proves to he true. The people tulk of had blood, as the cause, of ma ny tlixcM-H, mid like many popular opinions thU of liiul 1.1. hkI is founded 111 truth. The symptoms of bad blood are usually quite plain hud Digestion causes imperfect nutri tion, nmt couM'iiicntly the circulation is feeble, the nilt tissues loose their tone and elasticity, and the tongue hoenmes pale, broad, and t're Hmmtly covered with a pasty, white cout. This coiiditiou 00,111 shows itself in rough...

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