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1 ue Clilftijro Tribune wvg Uiat larg-e
quantities of macaroni anil vermimlli sr
made in that city and sold as imported ar-
Cjuxamex are employed in California as
draught animals. Two" Ciiinamcn are har-
Hcsm'U to a wootlon-toothpd mtp. wliir-li
thus answers in lieu of a harrow where, the
ground is too wet to use the latter. Over
a thousand acres have !een treated in this
manner m Contra Costa county.
If you wish to drown yourself, kick anil
splash about as violently as you can, and
you will soon jro to the bottom. But if
you rcmemtier' that you are lighter than
water, and if you eilmlv and steadily re
frain from drawing your breath while un
der water, keep your head raised, and your
arms under, you win soon jearn to noat
ana swim like a duck.
Miss Maggie E. Edki.vgtox, of Lex
injrton, iy., Has cast a rosy nue over a
breach-of-promise case which she bad in
stituted arainst Mr. George Lewis, of
Monroe, Mich., by summarily inarrvinjj
nun. uroken Hearts " ana a " blighted
life" Rlij.jH'd quietly into the background,
and the lees were lor the clergyman, not
A learned professor on goingto house
keeping went to a store and told the clerk
his wife wanted some rice. u How
much?" asked the clerk. "Oh, not
much; I suppose three or four bushels
would do for the present." The clerk
was very sorry they had not so much on
hand, but sent him" twenty pounds, which
he persuaded the learned gentleman would
serve for a few days.
1 heiie is no place on earth that can ex
cel !ian Francisco in lleas. They are very
large and healthy, and they are done up
in thicker crust than those of anv other
section. One way to kill 'em is "to drill
holes into their backs, blow 'em up five or
six times with nitro-glvcerine until they
become a little faint, then lav them on a
railroad track, letting the freight trains
run over them for a week or two. By this
time they are likely to be dead, and can be
used for coal-hole covers.
The smallest post-oflice in the world is
kept in a barrel which swings from the
outermost rock of the mountains over
hanging the Straits of Magellan, opposite
Terre del Fuego. Every passing ship
Ofens it to place letters in or take them
out. Every ship undertakes to forward
all the letters in it that it can possibly
transmit. It hangs there by its iron chain,
beaten and battered by the winds and
storms ; but no locked and barred office on
land is more secure. It is not in the track
of mail robbers.
Washington Irving lias been the occa
sion of a frightful riot in Bombay. His
" Life of Mohammed " has lately been
translated under J'arsee auspices into Ori
ental dialects, and some portions of it
aroused the more fanatical sects of the
Mohammedans to great rage. The trans
lator withdrew the edition, but this did not
" appease the Mussulmans, who suddenly
attacked theParsces in the streets of Bom
bay and in their houses. Before the police
coUd quell the assaultan immense amount
of damage, had been done to the property
of Parse residents by plunder and destruc
tion, though, so far as known, no lives were
It apjtears that the public exchequer in
France is beginning to groan under the
ever increasing burden of official pensions
of all sorts. Every government that comes
into power makes it a point to pension oil
its poor supporters, and. as governments
Miomd each other very rapidly in France,
the list of cnsions lengthen accordingly,
it matters little whether the pensioners
die or not, for their families invariably suc
ceed in taking their places. The total
amount now paid out of the exchequer for
jwnsioiisis ll'.J.073.37o francs, or nearly live
millions sterling per annum. '1 he Gov
ernment has resolved to put a stop to the
abuse and irregularities which exist in this
wholesale system of pensioning, and a
searching examination is to be made in
John Stuart Mill's juvenile precocity
in learning, as modestly celebrated in the
departed pliilosopher's posthumous auto
biography, was once surpassed by a
member of the opposite sex. At the cele
bration of the fiftieth anniversary of the
famous ''University of Goettingen," in
1787, the degree of boctor of I'hilosonhv
tvxs (inferred upon Dorthea Seliloezer, a
daughter of the professor and historian of
that name, and only seven years of age.
who was at that time an aceomplished
scientist and linguist. The intellectual
little monster subsequently talked people
to death in ten different languages, revel
ed in endless statistical tables, wrote, in a
tremendous hand, in a student's album:
Virtus est fetiii'tini generis and then, a
lass ! married a rich burgomaster.
A Keqcisite for School-keeping.
Mr. Weiss, in a lecture upon Theodore
Tarker, tells this anecdote, showing the
qualifications neewsary for a village school
master less than half a century ago. Mr.
Parker went to Lincoln to apply for the
district school. The old chairman of the
committee, to whom grammars were un
known, said grullly, '"What's your
nameV' "Theodore Parker." "Where do
you belong? ' "Ixington." "Be you the
son of Captain Parker w ho fit the battle of
Ixington ?" "o, I am bis grandson."
"What! be von Capfc.in Parker's grand
son who tit that battle? Well, then, I
guess you'll do to keep our school."
Km txi KL Deitsch. who wrote o inter
estingly and learnedly on the Talmud,
gives the following explanation of the way
the Koran was made: "The Koran is a
wonderful look in many respects, but
chiefly in this that it has" no real begin
ning, middle, or end. . . . From date
leaves and tablets of white stone, from
shoulder-bones and bits of parchment
thrown promiscuously in a box, and from
' the breasts of men,' was the first edition
of the Koran prepared, one year after the
prophet's death, and the single chapters
were arranged according to their respec
tive lengths. orgaii-iii)c fashion, and not
even that accurately."
The Uses of the Tongue. To taste
and talk, of course! It does neither. An
ulcerated tongue was lately cut entirely
out at the Koval Free Hospital in London.
ithin a week the man was heard distinct
ly to say, "I should like some beef tea."
Blindfold a man. ask him to open his mouth
wide ami keep it oM-n, put salt on his
tongue or a drop of wormwood oil ; he
ran not teli the difference. Take half a
teacupful of ice water, pour it into the cen
ter of a dose of cator oil ; ojcn the mouth,
rut the rim of the cup far back on the
tongue, toss up the cup, down goes the
oil without a taste of it, as long as vou
keep your mouth open, or do not allow
the oil to touch the lips. Is taste then in
the lips? To produce the sensation of
taste, the ton pie, the lips and the sub
stance must all come in contact at the same
time, as iu the process of smacking the
Cincinnati has had a physiological phe
nomenon, which excited great interest
among the physicians. An embankment
fell uihmi Patrick Fannon and crushed him.
lie was taken to the hospital insensible,
but alive. Two physicians. Dr. C. S. Mus
craft and Dr. llutledge, wen' in attendance.
The man was bleeding from the head and
mouth. The wound n the head had not
fractured the skull. The patient lay in a
eomatoe condition, breathing heavily.
The sloetors found tliat his neck was dislo
cated, and finally that the spinal cord was
completely severed ; and yet the man lived.
The dislocation of the neck was reduced,
and Patrick immediately began to swear
loud and distinctly, apparently finishing
up what he was talkiug about wheii tne
bauk fell ou him. He also breathed more
freely, and returned to perftrct conscious
ness, and talked rationally, and lived sev
enty hours witu a broken neck and com
plete severance of the spinal cord. The
surgeons have mended dislocated necks,
but thev say a man was never known to live
so long and swear so intelligently with a
severed spinal cora.
The New York Trihune says :
There is apparently to be no end to
thefts of poetry by those whose patron is
Mercury rather "than the Muses. Mrs.
Emerson's success in makinga great many
credulous peopl believe she wrote Mr.
Carlton's ballad of "Bet-sy." has encour
aged the " men of three letters" to bolder
depredations than ever. A young man in
Koxbtiry, named Walker, has stolen Miss
Nora Pern 's pretty song of " The Love
Knot," and published it as his own. The
exuuisite "Lines to a Waterfowl," known
to every reader of American poetry for
the hist half century, appear as original in
a recent number of the Forest and Stream, J
signed G. II. W. Instead of W. C! B.
Sometimes these thefts are like other pur
loinings merely to satisfy a thievish in
stinct, and get something for nothing. In
tliese cases the thief sells his stolen manu
script to an ignorant publisher, and the
business operation is easy to understand.
But the publication is far oftener the des
perate resort of one who has been led by
his vanity to claim the verses 'among ac
quaintances, and who Is, therefore, forced
to assert the same claim before the public
Besides, when one has told the same lie
constantly for a certain time, he begins to
believe it. It is related of a well-known
romancer in our navy, that while in Europe
he told many lies about an imacinary
horse of his, that before sailing for' home
he bought an expensive saddle for it.
Curious Marriage Customs in Various
Marriage is the first and most ancient of
all institutions. As the foundation of so
ciety and the family.it is universally ob
served throughout the globe, no nation
having been discovered, however barbar
ous, which does not celebrate the union of
sexes by ceremony and rejoicing. The
abuses of the institution, as polygamy, in
fidelity and divorce, have in no manner
touched its existence, however they may
have vitiated its purity.
The condition of woman in all countries
has afforded a fruitful theme for the ob
servation of the traveler, and the simula
tions of the philosopher and the novelist.
It lias been uniformly found that the sav
age is the tyrant of the female sex, while
the osiliou and consideration given to
woman are advanced in proportion to the
refinement of social life. Under the laws
of Lycurgus, Numa, and even later law
givers, the power of the husband over his
wile was absolute, sometimes even includ
ing the power of life and death. The wife
was always defined and treated as a thing.
not as a ieion the absolute property of
her lord. In the earlier aires a man nii'rht
sell his children or wife indifferently, and
relics of this rudecustom still survive, even
among nations called civilized and Chris
tian. In the countries of Oie East, where po
lygamy is almost universal, marriage is
not the sacred tie which it is held to be in
Christian countries. In Persia men marry
either for life or for a determined time.
Travelers or merchants commonly apply
to the magistrate tor a wife during their
residence iu any place, the Cadi producing
a number of girls for a selection, whom he
declares to be honest and healthy. Four
wives are permitted to each husband in
Persia, and the same number is allowed
by the Mohammedan law to the Mussul
man. In Chinese Tartarv a kind of male po
lygamy is highly respected. In Thibet it
is customary lor the brothers of a family
to have a wife in common, and they gen
erally live in harmony and comfort with
iier. Among the Calmucks the ceremony
uaa viumuvn las v. sai.Iaj
is performed on horseback. The girl is
tirst mounted and permitted to ride off at
full speed, when a lover takes a horse and
gallops after her. If he overtakes the fu
gitive, she becomes his wife, and the mar
riage is consummated on the spot. It is
said that no instance is known of a girl
ever being overtaken unless she really is
fond of her lover.
The Arabs divide their affections be
tween their horses and their wives, and
regard th purity of blood in the former
as much as in their offspring. Polygamy
is practiced only by the rich, and divorces
In Ceylon the marriare proposal is
brought about by the man tirst sending to
her whom he wishes to become his wife to
buy her clothes. These she sells for a
stipulated sum, generally asking as much
as she thinks requisite lor them to begin
the world with. In the evening he calls
on her with the wardrobe, at her father's
house, and they pass the uurht in each
other's company. "ext morning, if mu
tually satisfied, they appoint the day of
marriage, l ney are permitted to separate
wnenever tney please, aim 60 frequently
avail themselves of thi.sprivilege, that they
sometimes change a dozen times before
their inclinations are wholly suited.
In llindoostan the women have a pe
cunar veneration lor marriage, as it is
part of the popular creed that those fe
males wlio die virgins are excluded from
the joys of paradise. In that precocious
country the women commence to bear
children at the age of twelve, some even at
eleven. llie proximity of the na
tives to the burning sun, which
ripens men ana women as well as plants
at me earliest period in those tropical lati
tudes, is assigned as the cause. The dis
tinguishing marks of the Hindoo wife are
the most profound fidelity, submission
and attachment to her husband.
On the banks of the Senegal, and among
many Atrican tribes, the matrimonial
prize sought after is abundance of flesh
To obtain corpulence is regarded as the
only real comeliness. A female who
moves with the aid of two men is but a
moderate beauty, while the lady who can
not stir, and is only to be moved on a
camel, is estimated as a perfect paragon
Nor is this Queer fancy for obesity in com
mon confined to the savage of the torrid
zone, since we read in V raxall's "1 ravels
in Uussia" that, "in order to possess any
eminent uegree oi loveliness, a woman
must way at least two hundred weight
The Empress Elizabeth and Catharine II.,
both accounted very tine women, were of
this massive kind.
In Italy matches are made with prover
bial levity, and marriage vows, if report
speaks true, are easily broken. Young
virgins are systematically bartered and
sold by their parents, and young people
are married who never saw each other be
fore. Concubinage is a constant remedy
ior uiese limcivisea ana ueceiuui mar
riages, and the peculiar Italian cicisbeo in
dicates the indemnity which custom pre-
scnoes lor the lair sex lettered to husbands
In France, as has often been remarked,
woman monopolizes all the society, and a
large share of the business of life. The
colTee-houses, the theaters, the shops, the
caliarets or drinking-shops, are filled with
women. Women lord it at all assemblies,
and are better informed and more capable
managers than men. Marriage is looked
upon not so much as a matter of affection
as of interest, and the sacredness of the tie
is proportionally slender.
ltussia appears to be the most barbarous
country in Europe in its treatment of the
marriage relation. The nuptial ceremonies,
all and singular, are based upon the idea of
the degradation of the female. When the
Carcnts have agreed upon the match, the
ride is examined by a number of women
to see if she has any bodily defects. On her
wedding-day she is crowned with a gar
land of wormwood, to denote the bitterness
of the married state. She is exhorted to be
olxHlient to her husland, and it is a custom
in some districts for the newly married
wife to present the bridegroom with a whip,
in token of submission, and with this he
seldom fails to show his authority. In that
cold, cruel country, husbands are some
times known to torture their wives to
death, without any punishment for the
murder. If a woman proves barren, the
husband generally prevailsou her to retire
into a convent, and leave him at liberty. If
he fails in his iersuasion, he is permitted
to whip her into obedience.
Such is the slavery in which the Musco
vites are kept bv their parents and p-iinr.
dians, that tfiey are not allowed to dispute
any union agreed upon by their elders,
however odious or incompatible it may be.
This extends so far that officers in the army
are not permitted to marry without the
consent of the sovereign, and wives they
w nut wain are sometimes lorced upon
Whether it be the result of this system
of oppression, or of their savage climate,
or of the unnatural, hot air of their stove-
neatea apartments, it Is certaiu that a more
unlovely set of women than the Russian
would be difficult to find. "They want,"
says an English traveler, "the genuine
flavor which only Nature can give. That
charming firmness and elasticity of flesh so
indisputably requisite to constitute beauty,
and so delicious to the touch, exists not
among the Kussian females, or in very few
AVe are told of the Aleutian Islanders,
wllo form a part of our new Russian
American acquisition,that they marry one.
two or three wives, as thev have the means
of supporting them. The bridegroom
takes the bride upon trial, and may return
her to her parents should he not be satisfied.
but cannot demand his presents back. No
man is allowed to sell his wife without her
consent, but he may, and often does, assign
her over to another. This custom, it is
said, is availed of by the Russian hunters,
who take Aleutian girls for a trifling com-
To Clianse Tapestry Carpets. Beat
and sweep them thoroughly, remove all
grease spots with ox-gall mixed with wa
ter, nil t nn with a Em,Mnnr rirncli t i n
wipe the whole carpet with a weak solu
tion oi ox-gall In warm water, lhts re
moves the dust and brightens all the
Pickled Eggs. Boil the required num
ber until they are quite hard. After care
fully removing the shells place in a wide
mouthed jar. and pour over them scalding
vinegar, well seasoned with whole pepper.
allspice, a few cloves or garlic, and a race of
ginger u iikea. vt nen cold cover closely,
and they will goon be fit for the table.
Almond Tablets. Dissolve in the ov
en 1 ounce of white wax in a small jelly
jar, with ounce of almond oil and C
drops of essence of almonds. When melt
ed, pour into lids of pomade pots, or the pot
itself, having oiled them lor turning out
when cold. This whitens and smooths
the hands, when used on them, greatly.
Potato Bread. Take C sood-sized po
tatoes ; boil and mash fine ; add 3 pints of
polling water, and put through a colan
der ; then stir flour in till it makes a still
batter. When lukewarm add a teacup of
yeast and set in a warm place. In the
morning add a teacup of hot water, a
teaspoon of salt, and knead in flour until
quite stiff. Let it stand until light and
then make into loaves that will half till the
baking pans, aud when the' have risen to
nearly the top bake one hour in a
moderately hot oven.
Cream Pik. For the inside, 1 egg 1 cup
of sugar, J cup of flour. Beat well, stir
into pint of boiling milk and let it just
come to a boil again ; stir it while on the
stove, then set away to cool. Make the
crust the same as for other pies and line a
plate ; spread some lard or butter on the
top and then put on another crust and
bake ; when done aud nearly cold, take
off the top crust and put the cream into
the lower one ; then put the top one over
the cream. A little essence of leinou may
be stirred into the cream just before it is
put into the crust.
Cleaning Wall Paper. Take a piece
of wood of the shape of a scrubbing
brush, nail a handle on the back, then
upon the fiice nail a piece of dried sheep
skin with the wool upon it : or flax or tow
will do, or cotton flannel of several thick
nesses will answer very well. Dip this
brush into dry whiting, and rub the smoke
lightly with the brush, on the upper parts
of the room first, protecting the carH-t
with matting or newspapers, as the whit
ing dust is hard to sweep off a caqx-t. The
whiting that remains on the wall is easily
brushed oft' with a soft cloth attached to a
stick. It is very effectual if the room is
not damp and the whiting is dry.
Why Do Farmers Live so Poorly I
Under the above caption, a correspon
cut of the Chicago Tribune in Buchamui
county, Iowa, writes as follow s :
I noticed in the Weekly Tribune of a re
cent date an article lrom a correspondent,
entitled "Homes In the City vs. Homes in
the country." lie asks some questions,
ana makes some statements, that 1 am di:
posed to answer and explain.
He asks "Whv is it that farmers, as
class of people, live poorer than any othe
people?" stating that they deny them
elves many of the commonest luxurit
that are in the reach of all ; and that thev
require their help to work from daylight
to dark, oftentimes upon short allowance,
and giVing no tme for bodily rest or men
tal culture; and closing with the assertion
that, it farmers would make their home
agreeable by cheerful surroundings, "lot:
of people from the cities would seek
home in the country."
Having spent all my life of 45 years on
farm, either in .ew lork or Iowa, lam
disposed to admit that your correspond
ent's statement of the use is mainly cor
rect. So far as my observation and ex
pcrience go. the labor of the farmer is in
cessant. He allows neither himself nor
his help much relaxation ; luxuries are
not common on his table : and ids horn
in its general make-up and surroundings,
is anything but attractive. To all this,
however, there are some happy exceptions
Moreover, 1 believe that, lrom the fin
settlement of our country to the prescn
time, the condition of the mass of Ameri
can farmers has. in the main, been tin
changed. Of course, our system ot agri
culture has changed : but it has o: ougfi
with it no corresponding amelioration
of the condition of the farmer. The same
unending, unrelaxing toil ; the sania self-
denial in relation to the luxuries and re
finements of cultivated society are
ilecessary now as a huudred years ago
ow, why is this so? Why "is it that
while the country has grown rich, am
while the condition of vxery other class in
society nas improved to a very great ex
tent, there is no corresponding change in
the condition ot ttie farmer t
The answer to this question would prop
erly require more space than I am dispos
ed to ask for ; so I w ill briefly say, it is be
cause all industries, trades, arts, and pro
fessions have, by a long system ot careful
nursing, built themselves up; and, not
only this, they have called for and receiv
ed ot the farmer assistance m securing
legislative protection. Railroad compa
nies, mercliants, mechanics, manufactur
ers, bankers, and politicians have asked oi
the farmer protection and subsidy. The
farmer has been told by philanthropists
and philosophers that his own prosperity
depended upon the careful nursing of ev
ery interest but his own ; and so, Chris
tianlike, when aked for his coat, he has
given his cloak also.
aow, while every otner class nnus easy
access to the refinements and luxuries of a
cultivated, intellectual, and social life, the
farmer sees these advantages drifting
farther and farther from his reach, and
finds that while all the world around him
has moved, and he has helped it to move,
he himself has stood still. Why does
not the larmer surround himself with
comforts and luxuries, and make his
home attractive ? Why does he not turn
his attention to intellectual pursuits,
and the cultivation of his mind ? Whv so
sordid and groveling? Because, with few
exceptions, ne cannot do or be otherwise.
And out ot this maze oi difficulties winch
surrounds the farmer, there appears but
two ways of escape : i irst, by dishonesty,
which always keeps an open door, and
points to a seemingly pleasant and short
way a path, moreover, well, trodden by
the honorable of the land ; second, by ex
cessive and protracted ton, and a total at
stinence from any comfort or luxury that
costs money. And I now state, as the re
sult of at least thirty years' observation
upon this point, that 1 have known oi out
very few cases where success has been at
tained bv either method, but that it re
quires a happy combination ot notn the
tirst and second methods in order to make
a person's business-life a financial success
It Is a fact, seen from this standpoint.
that there is no occupation that calls for
se much self-denial and so much toil, and
presents so few attractions, m thecommon
meaning of the word, as the farmer's. In
the other occupations, mechanical, mer
cantile, or professional, whether financial
success is the result, or otherwise, a man's
lite passes more agreeably ; the society in
which he moves, the atmosphere he
breathes, and all his surroundings, are
more congenial ; literature, science, and
the arts illuminate his path ; and, if not a
financial success, his existence has
been a pleasure.
It is hoped that now the farmers are
awaking to a sense of their wrongs, and to
a better understanding oi their rights,
the time may not be very far in the future
when a farmer's home may be attractive
even to one who is accustomed to the
amenities, refinements, and elegances of
A Lively Letter from Gen. Sherman.
Gen. Sherman has recently written the
following letter to the agent of a firm who
had applied to him for the contract to place
lightning rods upon the fine mansion which
it was rumored he intended to build upon
Orange Mountain, New Jersey :
" Washington, D. C Jan. 20, 1S74.
"If you find the house I am erecting on
Orange Mountain. pleae put anv quantity
of lightning rods, to attract the"li"htuing
of heaven to demolish it. I don't care
whether the rods be round, square or
twisted. Anything to stop this nonsense.
Architects, landscape gardeners, builders,
etc, keep writing to me about this house,
when, in tact, it Is as much as I can do to
make ends meet here aud finally I expect
to content myself with a log home on the
prairies of Kansas or Nebraska, when Con
gress tarns me out to gras.-. icu -nr.
Lvon. 4 who served under me three years'
that his experience as a soldier should con- j
yince him that Uncle Sam is not so gener
ous to old soldiers as to enable them to
have fancy homes on Orange Mountain or
elsewhere. I have a house here, but the
city taxes me for it about as much as Uncle
Sam allows me for rent. How the story
got circulated that I was going to build on
Orange Mountain passes my understand
ing, and if you can stop it I will regard it
a a feat better than protecting me against
uuuuug. xours. eic.,
"W. T. Sherman.
Don't Tamper with a Cocgh. rerhnps
in the whole category of diseases to which hu
manity is susceptible, the cough is most neg
lected initsearlv stage. A simnlo ranch in
generally regarded as a temporary affliction
unpleasant and nothing more; but to those
-l.A 1 : 1 J 1 r . .....
uc imu ucBnr tur experience, ll is me
signal for attack for the most fearful of all
diseases Consu mption. A cough will lead to
consumption if not checked So sure as the
rivulet leads to the river, yet it is an easy ene
my to thwart, if met by the proper remedy.
Allen's Lung Balsam is the great cough rem
edy of the age. and has earned it limitation
by merit alone. Sold by aU good druggists.
A Word in Season. Health is a bles
sing, which comparatively few enjoy in all
its fullness. Those endowed bv nature
with robust frames and vigorous constitu
tions should be cartful not to trifle with
When we enter the seasons of periodic
ferers, the increased heat of the sun de
velops a miasma which pervades the air.
The evil is inextinguishable ; our duty to
guard against it is imperative ! Fortunate
ly for those whose lot is cast in low marshy
districts or new clearings, nature provides
a cure and preventive. Dr. Walker's
California inegar Bitters are en
dowed with rare prophylactic or disease
prerenting powers, and as "an ounce of
prevention is worth a pouud of cure."
should be taken in the full visor of health.
so as to fortify the system against the as
sault of summer disease, and thus secure
by their life-ginng, strengthening, restora-
atme, and antiseptic virtues, a defense
against atmospheric poison.
Four to six bottles of Dr. Tierce's Golden
Medical Discovery are warranted to cure Salt
Rheum or Tetter and the worst kind of Pim
ples on the face. Two to four bottles are
warranted to clear the svstem of Boils. Car
buncles and Sores. Four to six bottles are
warranted to cure the w orst kind of Erysipe
las anu isiou-nes among the nair. Mx ta ten
bottles are warranted to cure Running of the
Ears and Corrupt or Kunning Ulcers. Eight
to ten bottles are warranted to cure Scrofu
lous Sores and Swellings. Two to six bottles
are warranted to cure Liver Complaint.
A WOXDER TO HERSELF.
Tanktown, Delaware Co., O., March 20, '73.
To Dr. R. V. Pierce:
Your Discovery needs only a fair trial and
it will do all you recommend it to do and
more too. When I was fifteen I caught cold
ami tor twenty-eight years 1 have been a per
fect wreck of disease, and all the medicines
and doctors' bills have run up at times to two
and three hundred dollars, and never anv bet
ter but worse, when I gave up all hope last
spring of living the summer through. I re
ceived one of your Account Books and told
my husband after reading it that it was too
late to try further, but he said it was never
too late. He went and bought two bottles
and I found it was helping me very much.
Mncp i4i I was troubled with uatarrh and
Sore Throat, and was almost entirely deaf in
one ear and mv voice was as dub as could be.
1 here was constant pain in my head. Now
my head is as sound asa dollar, my voice is
clear, and I have used ten bottles of your Dis
covery. It has eured me of Catarrh, Sore
Throat. Heart Disease, Spine Aflcetion and
Torpid Liver. My Liver was verv bad. My
skin was rough. "When I put mv hand on m v
bodv it was like fish scales. Now it is as
smooth and soft as a child's. In conclusion I
will say I have been well for three months. I
am a wonder to myself and friends. This is
but an imperfect statement, half has not been
told. 1 ours with respect.
Hl'MAX woe. The most scientific and suc
cessful treatment of Paralysis and all deform
ities ot tne human body. Diseased Joints.
Piles, Fistula, Catarrh and Chronic Diseases,
is practiced at the National Surgical Institute,
Indianapolis, Indiana. Long exitenence, un-
euualed facilities and low prices, render it
the most humane Institution in the United
States. 30.OK) cases have been successfully
treated. .Send for their large Journal ; gives
mil paracuiars 01 treatment, ate.
Oppression after eating, headache, nervous
demiitv. are the eneets or indigestion. One,
or two at most, of Parsons' Purgative Pills
will give immediate relief.
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment maybe ad
ministered to children with perfect success,
in cases of croup, whooping-cough, influenza,
1 ..1 - .. e 1 ; . . ..: .1
aim uiiuusi nuy ui iiie uiseuses w wuicu mey
Attend to the first symptoms of Consump
tion, and tnat disease may be chccKed in its
incipiency. Use immediately Dr. Wishart's
Pine Tree Tar Cordial, a safe remedy in all
diseases oi the lungs.
Among the fine arts not lost is the art of
children making holes in the toes of boots
and shoes. Time taken about ten davs. SIL-
VEK TIPS are an excellent remedy, never
Known 10 1:111.
Thirty 1 ears' Experience of an Old
Mrs. Wixslow's Soo-rmso Stt.tt Is the prescrip
tion of one of ,hc best Female Physicians and Nurses
in the l nited States, and has been used for thirty
years with never-failing safety aud success by mill
ions of mothvrs aud children, from the feeble in f cut
of one week old to the adult. It correct acidity of
the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates the bow
els, and Fives rest, health, and comfort lo mother and
child. y e believe it to be the Best and Surest Uemc-
uy in the world In al! cases of DYSENTBUY and
DIAKKIKEA IX tHILDP.ES, whether It arics from
Tu tliins or from any other cans. Full directions
i.ir using will accompany each bottle. None Genuine
unl! s the fac-siuule of CL'KTIS & PEKKINS Is on
the outride rapper.
Sold dt all Medicine Dealers.
Children Often Look Pair and Sirk
From no other cause than havirg worma in the stom-
BROWN'S VER.MIFl'GE COMFITS
will destroy Worms without Injury to the child, beim
erf-eily wuitk, and free fruni all coloring or other
nj-inuus liigrcujcuta usually used in worm prenara-
CURTIS & BROWN. Proprietors,
No. 215 Fulton street. New York.
&'it by Inirj!tts u(t Cti'mht, and Dfnler in
iFuiii-ines, at Tvvk ty-five Cknts a Box.
.HUTUIXW BETTKR,,'M10 UT jonn .vrare.or I
Boston, than Cutler Bros.' celebrated v r.ur.lAHLK I
fULMiXAUYBALSAM!f or Colds and Consumption.
WHEN writing; to advertisers please
the name of this taner.
THE FAVORITE HOE REMEDIES.
Why They Should Be Kept Al
ways Near at Hand.
1j Pain-Killer is the most certain cholera care that
medical science Das ever nrodneed.
ii Allen's Hung Balsam, as a cough remedy, has no
3. Pain- Siller will core cramps or pains In anr part
of tbs system. A single dose usually effects
4. Allen's Lang Balsam contains no opium In any
5. Paln-Klller will cure dyspepsia and indigestion
if nsed according to directions.
6. Allen Lung Balsam a an expectorant has no
7. Paln-Klller has proved a sovereign remedy for
icifiruin ague, iuu cuiu icrer; u ou cunm
the moet obtlEte- ases.
8. Allen's Long Balsam is an excellent remedy for
curing oroacmua, asuuua, ana 41 tnrost
. Paln-Klller as a liniment Is nneqaaled for f rost-
oi tea, cniiouuns, numa, onuses, cuts, sprains,
10. Allen's Lung Balsam will core that terrible
aises. consumpaon, wnen au otner reme
11. Paln-SUller has cured eases of rheumatism and
neuralgia alter years standing.
12. Allen's Lung Balsam is largely Indorsed by phy
sicians, arogguus, nuuuc spemaers, ministers,
and the press, all dt whom recommend Its nse
In cases of cough, cold and consumption, and
luuuueuu ib m uie nigueat vcfiua.
The above reasons for the nse of these valuable
nd standard medicines are founded on facts, and
thousands will confirm what we have said. The de
mand tor them is increasing daily, and large ssues are
uiaue m lurciKU countries.
J. N. HARRIS A CO., Prop'rs,
For sale try ail Medicine Dealers.
AO P lT O Matte more money selling STL
la & ra I VA, VkRCD..,v.UUVlAUit.l....
uui is a v. - "i'"1---
other article. One Airsnt made
73a in 31 davs.
Ileenmmenrted By Am. Agricui ur-
ut and ovi
4and over lOO.OUM families nslni thsm.
tars ret. C LE UU ft CO,
TO Cortland bt-. I.
V "TED, AGETT to sell the I.rra OF
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wide!!. .ZZ. '"""""e- nne opportunity tor
. B. B. RI SSKIJa, Publisher,
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Why Will You Suffer 1
To all person! suffering
from Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Cramps In the liiufcs or stom
ach. Bilious Colic, Pain In tire
back, bowels or side, we would
say Tnx BorssnoLD Panics'
and Family LisiMKjrr U of all
others the remedy you want
for Internal and external use.
It has cured the above com
plaints In thousands of cases.
There Is no mistake about It
Try it. Sold by all Druggists.
TTewand Perfect Rem.
edr for Hernia. The In
vention of The Elastic
Tru.xs is without doubt
the most important med
ical discovery of the cen
tury ThH resnltsof this
new discovery Tor ths) certaiu relief undctrc of H
nia are most astonishing aud gratifying, jhis new
Truss Is worn with perfect comfort taunt ami anv.
it yicius to every motioo or tne oouy, always retain-
ina: tne rurture uuriiifr the hardest exercise or sever
est 6train. kud if the directions tire followed a per
manent cure will soon be elfceted. No welMutomied
person will now wear any of the olG-f ashloned meTal
spring trusses that were formerly nsed, but now dis-
caruea. l nis new i rnsa sent ny jian or r-xoress 10
all oarts of the conntrv. with full directions for fit
ting. A full descriptive rlrcnlar will be sent free, if
requested, by mail. The Elastic Truss will be sup
plied tc thcHurgeon-Gcnerarsoflice.onreqiiaflt.toany
pensioners who are entitled to a Truss from the Gov
ernment, jlfftforthe length of time a patient baa
Deen ruptnred win not preven a cure.
From the numerous testimonials In our possession
we append, tne iouowmg :
" After the exnertence of months, patients testify
strongly to its tffu-ncy, as well as to the fa" and free
dom from inconvenience with which the instrument
Is worn, 1th superior advantages, the Elastic Trn
possesses In a hlsrh degree all requisites and quann
cations cl iintett for other Inventions. I have no hes
itation in regarding It as an Important means for the
reuci ana cure oi uernia.
" J. .V. lAttUI.HA.l, M. L.,
"Xx-Hcalth Officer of the Port of rew lork, Sur-
geon-in-Uhlel of ew lottc btate Hospital, etc,
New Tokk. March 10th. 1871.
Geo V. Hoes. M. D .Supt. Elastic Truss Co.:
Dntr Sit Aftersurfering for thirty years In myown
person from the nse of every form of Metallic Truss
procurable in this country and in Europe, 1 two years
ago applied your Eiaxlic T ws, and since that time 1
have experienced comfort and satisfacnon, and been
tauL-ht the truth that the Elastic Truss Is the only In
strument that should be used lor the relief and cure
ti Hernia ; and now, after more than thirty years'
continuous practice, and having adjusted many hun
dredeof Trusses (and for the last twenty months
yours exclusively), I gratcfuXv declare It to be, my
deliberate opimon that ior latic Tni is the only
one entitled to the continence of thepufillc . that elas
ticity is the only power at all adapted to the require
ments of a Truss or Supporter, aud am convinced that
your Elaftit Tru actually cures a large proportion
of all cases to which It Is applied, not only among
children, hut in nnmeroua cases within my own
knowledge of patient from 50 to 75 rears of age.
tV. H. B17KNHAM.M. D..
Professor of Anatomy and Surgery, K, Y. I Medical
THE ELASTIC TRUSS CO.,
6S3 Broadway, New York.
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.H i: .. L II' I
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la favor of the FI.ORENCF, which ainne has
kronen me Monopoly of High it rices.
THE NEW FLORENCE
Is the O.VX Y machine that setrs bark-
trwrd and forward, or to right and left.
Simplest Cheapest Best.
Sold foh aph Only. cPECTAt Tkbxs to
CM HS and UFA I. Kits
April, 1874. riorettce, Maxm.
Portrait of CHARLES SUMNER.
Size 24x30. Price S 1 .00.
Sent postpaid on receipt of the nrice. A cents
wanted In every city aud town.
u' 1 1 1 re . i. r. r. s priL.ra.nL. t' ,w,u.
I have discovered in certain Boots a sore remedy
for consumption. I suffered over two years from
lung ai;eahe. out suuer no more, rsrticuiars iree.
&. W. FKAZIER, 201 Ontario street, Cleveland. Ohio.
TTe will give a Man, Boy, Woman
or Girl in every village in the United
A CHanc8 to Maie $20 in TWO DAYS.
Write postal-card will do to
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tiO, 850, $75 and C100.
Good, Durable stnd Cheap.
i , em em
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Manofirtnred by J. TT. CHAPMAS
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Natura's Great Remedy
It b the vital principle of the Pine Tree, obtained
by a peculiar process in the distillation of the tar, by
which its highest medicinal properties are retained.
Tar even in its crude state has been recommended by
eminent physicians of every xkool. It is confidently
ncred to the afflicted for the following simple reasons;
s. It cur is, not iy abruptly itoffntir tke cough
but by dissolving the phlegm and eututinr mature ta
throw off the unhealthy matter causing the irritation.
In cases of eeated coNstra mow it both prolongs and
tenders leas burdensome the life of the afflicted sufferer.
s. Its healing principle acts upon the irritated sur.
ace of the lungs, penetrating t tack diseated fart,
relieving pain, and tutduing intammatum.
I. It rURiPinAKD enriches ths blood. Positive.
ty curing all humors, from the common rturtM or
RtrrnoN to the severest cases of Scrofula. Thousands
of affidavits could be produced from those who have
felt the beneficial effects of Pine Tree Tar Cordial
ia the various disease arising from IMrusxnxs OS
4. invigorate' the digestive organs emd rtitorts
All who have known or tried Dr. L. Q. C. Wis.
hart's remedies require no references from us, but the
names of thousands cured by them can be given to
ny one who doubts our statement. Dr. L. Q. C.
Wuhart's Great American Dyspepsia Pills and
Worm Sugar Drops have never been equalled, for
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wine b ban creiiteil mirh a revolution in the trmle
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ENTiitKi.r rNKQl'AM.EU for grain saving, time
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Cures the Worst Pains
0UE TO TWE2TTY ltflllTJTES.
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Need any one Suffer with Pain.
Uawav's Beady BVJief Is a Car Ibr every Pala.
rr was rax first aud ia
THE ONLY PAIN REMKC?
that Inst-uitTy stops the most eierocfatlng pains, allays
Inflaminaiiona, and core Congestions, whether ot the
Lung. Momach. Bonis, or other glanas or organs, by
IS FIIOM 0!fE TO TWENTY SUNfTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pala the
KHLTM.VriC. Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled. Nervous,
Neuralgic or prostrated with disease may suSer.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD IXSTAST KASE.
'NFLAMMATION OF THE RIDVETS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
SORE THROAT. DIFFICULT BREATHING.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DirnTIIKIUA.
COLD CHILLS. AGUE CUILLS.
The application of the Rendr Rrlief to the psrt
or psriK where I be pala or daflcully exists will aJIor J
eae and comfort.
Twenty drone in half a rnmMer of water wfTT, In a
few moments, enre CmmpH, hpasms, eour Moinnrh,
Ileirtbern, Mrk Headache, Pinrr'.e, Iye.!ery, Cellc.
Wind In the Howeks. and all Internal l'ln.
Traveler slioirid always sjury a bottle of Rail
way'. Itradv Uelief with tbem. A lew dr..i in
waler will prevent s4rknes or twins from change of
witter, nia better Uua F reach linuidy or Bitters ss a
FEVER AND ACUE.
Fever and Aene cored for fi
fifty cents. There Is not
d that will core Frverniid
a remedial airenttn this world
A (rue a ml all other Malarious. r.lliow.Scsrlct.Tvphold.
Yellow and other Fevers (iililed hv KAriWAY'sPllJJ;,
SO quick as Radwax's Reaot Hxwtr.
Fifty Cents B-cr Bottle.
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD INCRE ASE OF
FLESH AND WEIGHT CLEAR SK.IX
AND BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION
SECURED TO ALL.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES; S
QUICK, SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES THE
BODY UNDERGOES, UNDER THE IN
FLUENCE OF THIS TRULY WON
DERFUL MEDICINE, THAT
Every Day an Increase in Flesh and
Weight is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Krvny drori of the AT:sAPATnU.TAV IIESOT V
F.NT comnmnii-atM t.HmiL'h the ilfI. Sunmi, I rin
iH'i otftrr Jtm'. :ihm mice oi Tin v-. ni, iim viiicr or
'il' for ir rMO't ihf whMis of r")y with r.rw
tiui'l nuirri.-i!. fcHimtulii. Sj-ph::ii, v'.itiisuni;ion.
IKmor?, Note in tli (.lunch And oMi-r p-ir1 at itiv
Kyt'si, stninifiroiiK (i.-y lriri 1Ysv.ii ttV
Sriiiil Hen 'I, Kinir Worm, (niIi l:ln-':m.
i:Ml.i-. Arm. BliM-k MmiIs. Worms In tho K)i-h
rumors Oini-vTn In l In Woiult, and all wrukfrifiii :,n!
he lite rnii'iJ! urt wtfliin tli rnniflv ninirt-or ii.u
vu;ifitr of Moslem iM-niHTv. n-l att u- d;iv' iiar lil
rove to !- iMr?in ii-'nj it for e'tliei of tlit-w iurnid
I Hl-as. in iotcni jmvT to curr t;.(UJi-
If i,tr i:iiiiiir, ilMr lw-oiinif rttltutnl by tl flmte
vii( d- '-oiMfto-ifion tli;it ij roniinnaHv protrn s-lni'. nuo
e--U in uiMKrin tin's wnttf, an'l rrtwHM tti; -wnie
.villi ww m.rvri.il ;n;i'ie from IifitUhr 1IomI tin-
Ut vW: At'.M.iLsLlAN anl Jimi wurr a rure
'-tI;hi : for wlii'n on ihif rmt?'tv roi'itiifn!i i
wirk of mir't.oiiion, Hml in diinini-h'ii ilir
irtoi uiiph, iti rrtHin win is mpi'i. Hint t-vt-ry
lie nil t icnt 3it (el lihiwU Erouln (wtterJin-! s'Von:
t, tiieTxl iliL'i.msj tictirr, appetite lui proving, ami
Jon :iki Wfiixm iinresTii.
Not only Ih ilie AiLHtPAir.MAX RsrTrvT e-"
i"1 ktmwn nmiiilla! ajrentn tn The run of Chroiiir, s-ki-
sniourt. (niMi'n:ior..u aau bkiu uiMrata, L-t u u Hit
my positive curt fur
KIDNEY AKD BLADDER C0MPLAHTTS,
tlrtnnrr and Wnmh !ir:ies, Grnvr-!, Iialft', Trop-y
-Hmpac of Water, incnMnpnc? of I riiiC, l.n'r
Dti"iM AUninitiiiirUu ,inii fn nil when (here Jin
firirk-t'i-t iijtofhf. or the w ater in tliH'k.rloitdy, mixed
with inhstaiM-i-M like tb? while of an viz, or ihreaiN
, ike while m!J, or ilir.' u mor'fil. rlru k, l lion- ;
iK'nrum i', Hii'l hi'r )Hm-iluii ienf-, ami hen i t-err
t" a pricking, hnrninj: 'nsaM-n when prt"!tir writer,
and ptuu in the iniail of the back antl uJong lite loiu.
Tumor of 12 Years Growth Cured
by Radway's Resolvent.
PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE.
Perfect Puugative and Regulating Pills,
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
pur'e, regulate, purify, cleanse and strcngthm.
way's Pills, lor the cure of all dhwders of the Slom.
s:h. Liver, Bowels, Kidneys Bladder, Nervou.- DIsctw-
rs, JleaiUche. Constipation, Costlveaeos, Indicntion,
Dvnensla. BIlHinnneMS. Kllloos. Tvnhits anil Tvnlmii
Fevers, Inflanimaiion of the howefs, Pllen. and all de
mnienKnm ol the Intem.U Visi-era. Warninieil lo
ettiTt a positive enre. purely VeiretaMe, containing
uw iiicrvurjr, uuueruis, or ucusonoui uxuga.
tF"Oberve the following symptoms resulting from
Oisordersoi the Digestive Organ
Contlpatlon, Inward Files, Fntlnes of the Blood In
tne Head, Aridity of tne btOHinch. Nansra, Hmrthnrn
Disgust of Food Fnllnesser Wrieht In the stoiioM-'
ionr Kractaiion, Sinking or Fluuerlng st the rit oi
the Stomach, Swiuiruine of the Head, Hurried :ind Dil
fleult Breathing, Fluttering at th Heart, t hokina or
Suffocnng ensations when in a Lying Picture. Pim-
nessof Vision, Don or Wehs before the Want, Fever
snd imH Pain In the Head, Denrii-ncy ol Perenlrailon,
Yehownesaof the Skia and F.yes, Pain In the Ude.
Chest, Limbs, and Pnaden Flushes of Heat, Burning In
the Flesh. A few doses of llAHWAY'S rir.l.s will
free the system from all the above-nauied disorders.
Price 25 Cents per Box. tHold by Drngglete.
KEAD "FALSE AXD TP.rF." Bend one letter
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By artUMe designing and careful manufacturing we
Erodnee better Lmbrellas and Parasols than are made
i Europe or America.
If yon want Serviceable Umbrellas and the latest
style of Parasols, Inquire for our malce.
pOf STAfT EMPW)YHKVT-AT HOME,
J Male or Female, t-10 a week warranted. Koeao-
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snt free. Address, with (-rent return si amp, A. D.
YOUMi, HUO Fit in street, WUlLunsburth, X. X.
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With one box ARABS DEAD SHOT. Price 25c Ask
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801 BACK SX Ftfl LA PKIPHI1.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye.
Possesses qualities that no other dv. does, jta ef
fect is tastantaneoas and it is so natural that It can
not be detected. It is harmless and easily applied.
nd ta in teeners! nse arcoag the tasotouaoie "'-
lrser in every laree eitv. mcs w
SnM ,nhint. oflinn. AH i ATllanat BI. -
iw?CT POWUtn fun
HmTZ. tvVh". A Bed-njaa.
jTrTHLSal, il-SaAS sHO.,A.Y,6otoAgaits.
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ANYI Zr4Xii re"e a beaS.ul , hromo
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stamp for ill d circular E. H.Uayward. Ayer, Mass
- wirilAYeomm1sslonoraaweekSal- I
5iiOary.aud expends. WeohVrUand will Pit
It, Apply ass vw. m. ntsssr-w"!"'
1 1 -'ft? M
TOAD fcr voir MACHINE. I
Dr. 4. Walker's Calit'omia
ecar Jlitters aro a purely Vejjr-ta'.M
preparation, made chierlv from tht na
tive herbs found on the lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal proiertios of which
are extracted therefrom without the u.
of Alcohol. Tho question is aliuosj
dai." -sked. "What is the cause of the
unparalleled success of Vixf.i;ar Hit
TKKS f Our answer is, that thev reniov.
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are the great
hlood )iirilierand a Iife-givinc principle,
a perfect Kenovator and Invigorator
of the SNf'em. Never before in tho
listory of tho worM has a medicine 1'i'en
?onirMunilMl poscsinn the reiriirk-iMe
jnalities of Vijikoah Hittrrs in ht-.lin tlie
sick of every diwasa man is hi'ir to. They
are a pontl I'uraative as wnl as a Toim-,
relieving CV.nestiou or Intlauimation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, iu UUious
The proportics of Dr. Walker's
VlXKtiAR Bittkrs are Aperient, Oiaphoretie,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxativt', Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant, Sudorific, A I tera
ive. aud Auti-Bilious.
(i rat 'ful Thousands proclaim Viv
egar Bitteus the most wonderful In
vijrnrant that ever sustained tho 8iukiii)
No IVrson can tat' thosi' Bitters
iccording to directions, and remain Ion 4
unwell, provided their lxmes are not de
stroyed hv mineral poison or othwr
means, and vital organs wasted heyoad
liilions, Roniittdit anil Inter
niiltcnt JVvors, which are so preva
.ent in the valleys of our great rivers
Throughout tho I'nited States, especially
rlio.se of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Ked, Colorado, Brazos, Hio Grande,
'earl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah. IJo
nioke, James, and many others, with
Voir vast tributaries, throughout our
111 ire country during the Summer and
Xntuiim, and remarkably so during "a
ons of unusual heat and dryness, are
!i variably accompanied by extensive de
ingenients of the stomach and liver.
:nl other ubtlominal viscera. In tlteir
reatment, a purgative, exerting a jvv
inlluenee upon these various or
pins, is essentially necessary. There
s no cathartic for the purpose equal to
i:. J. Walker's Vinegar Rirm:s,
;s they will speedily remove the dark
oloied viscid matter with wlrich the
towels arc loaded, at the same time
simulating the secretions of the liver,
nid generally restoring the healthy
unctions of the digestive organs.
Fortify tho 1mm1.v aaraint. Iiras
by purifying all its fluids with Vixecai:
Hitters. No epidemic can take hold
if a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or IiiIis;PKtioii, Ile.ul
ehe, l'ain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
l ightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Smir
Kructations of the Stomach. Had Taste
in the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpil.i -ration
ot the Heart, lutl.immatiou oi th
Lungs, l'ain in the region of the Kid
neys, and a hundrr-d other painful symp
toms, arc the offsprings nf Iiyspcpsia.
one bottle will prove a lietter guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or Kind's Kvil, White
-iwellings, I'Uers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
'nitre, .Seriif'iiliius luuammatiinis. 1 1 1 1 1 1 . -; 1 1.
IntliininiiitioBs, iTercurial Alfeetious, oi.l
'nres, Eruptions of the Skin, Sure Kyes etc.
In these, a in all other constitutional I'i
iisi-s. Walker's Vixeoah DrrrKKs Lave
hnwn their pa'iit earative powers iu the
nst tilisfinafe and intractable eases.
For Inflammatory ami Chronic
I.lieiimatislll, (imt. Bilious, Ib-mit-tentand
Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Hlood, Livor, Kidneys and rindder,
these liittcrs have no eipial. Such Diseases
are caustnl by Vitiated Blood.
MerllUUical l)is'asi'S. rersonsen
gagcil in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, IJohl-beaters, and
Miners, as they advance fn life, are subject
to paralysis of tho Bowels. To pnard
against this, take a dose of .Valkkr"s Vin
egar Bitters occasionally.
Fcr Skill Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Khenm, Blotches, Sputs. I'iinplts,
Pustules, Uoils, C'arbniules. Jlinjt- worms.
Scald-head, Sore Eyes. Erysipelas. Itch.
Scnrfs, Discoloration of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of tho Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug np and carried
out of the system ia a short time by the uo
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, anil other Worms,
harking in the svstem f so many thousands,
are effectually destroyed and removed. No
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
theliuinitfcs will free the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or tho turn of life, these Tooic
Bitters display s. decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Fiuiples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when vou find it obstructed and
slufrgish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; ytmr feelings will tell-vou when. Keep
the blood pure, and the Ljaith of the system
It. II. ?IrIX1?lL,T ')..
VipffUls inliSra, Aits.. Sju r'niicisco. California,
ati ror. .if WnsiiiArln ami ChMrlton Sfs.. V.
bold by all l)ra(i;Uts snd lalrr.
is as effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & ACUE
as the Sulphate in th. same dmea, while it atfe.rtt,
the head learn, ia more palatable and much, cheaper.
Send tnr descriptive Circular with Teattmmlala
of yhye'lrlnriM froia all part, of the country.
ty Sample psv&agea for trial, 25 cents.
Prepared by BILLINGS, CLAPP & CO., Chemists,
Boeton,Masa, Sew York Office, a 9 Col leze Place.
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