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To REMOVE paint splashed upon win
dow-panes, use a hoc solution of soda
and soft flannel." .. . -If-A vftrrr<
?FTEB taking up a carpet, sprinkle
tho floor -vvith very dilute carbolic aoid
IF Y O U have been picking or handling
aoid fruits, and have stnined your hands,
.weeli them in blear water ; -wipe them
lightly, and, while they aro yet moist,
strike a- mutch and shut your, hands
around it so as to catch the smoke, and
tho eisin will disappear.
To STOP BLEEDING.-It is said that
bleeding from a wound oh man or beast
may bo stopped by a mixture of wheat
floor and common salt, in equal , parts,
bound on with a cloth. If the bleeding
be profuse, use a largo quantity, say
from one to three pints. It may bo left
on for hours, or even days, if necessary.
APPLE SNOW.-Boast eight tart ap
ples and pulp them through a soive ;
take one-half pound o? the pulp, and,
when cold, mix with it one-half pound
of finely-sifted loaf Bugar, and the thin
rind'of a small lomon ; beat the whites
of three eggs, whisk all the ingredients
together to a fine froth, and pile on a
ghi?s dish. A little Bponge cake soaked
in fruit syrup and laid on thehottom of
tho dish is an improvement.
CHARLOTTE BUSSE. -Line a plain mold
with sponge oake cut to fit exactly, brash
over" tho insido,' very lightly, with the
white of au egg, and pat it upon ice.
Boat up ono pint of rich cream with one
ounce of isinglass (previously dissolved
in sufficient water to cover it). Sweeten
and flavor to suit, the taste. Pour this
into tho mold, cover it with a poioe of
Bponge cake cut exactly. tho size. Ico~
it, and tarn.it but very carefully.
pound of flour, ono-half pound ground
rico, currants, one:quartor pound sugar,
one quarter o unco mac? and" cloves,
sor?e mixed peel, a few-bitter almonds
pounded, Borne Bweot almonds split,
ono teaspoonful of oirbonate of soda,
melt ono-half pound fresh butter in pint
of warm milk, and the yelka and whites
of four eggs beaton separately ; put thi?
by dogrees on the dry ingredients, beat
well ; put 'into a buttered mold, and
CHOCOLATE ' CREAM. - Sorapo two
squares of chocolate and put them into
a Btewpan with two ounces of sugar, a
pint of milk, nud half a pint of cream ;
lot itr boil, mut il a third of it ia cou-,
sumed, and when half cold beat np the
yelks of six,eggs with it ; strain the
whole tbioilgtr a-aeive, and then put
the small cups or dishes iu which the
cream is to be served into a pan con
taining, enough boiling water lo reach
above half way up tho cream. Cover
tho pan, and lay fire on tho lid ; boil it
till dono, and servo cold.
ONIONS (TO PICKLE).-Choose Dmall
button onions : au they are peeled throw
them into milk and water, drain them
from th?B when they nro all done, put
them into ii jara?iLpour a strong br mo
of Salt and water and a small piece of
alum (boiling hot) over them, oovor
clone, and sot them a<ddo till/the noxt
. day'; ' drain and- dry-on - ai doth, put
them into cold disti^ecUvidegar with a*
W blades <d c^g?0ia^~-si^80*r-^?a?4|
>vhdio^viprAfjr_8iKi a little mace, koop
alway s - coy crea with vinegar, cork tho
jar oloso, and put m a dry^jbold place.
REMEDY FOB Cnou^r- ' pirita of.tur
Ssntine is a sovereignIr?l .?dy for croup,
at?rate a pie co of flannel with it, and.
place it on the throat and ehest, and
send for your family, physician. If the
oase be very urgent, and the child in
treat distress^ and tba distance to the
odor's residence very great,.drop three
drops bf the turpentine on a lump of
sugar and give it internally. Or a good
emetic of blood-root, or lobelia, or both
combined, shonld be given. Every
family should keep a bottle of spirits of
turpentine in the house. '
THE bloom, or glaze, or facing oA
gre.en .and black tea is generally arti
ricial. In the case of green tea it is or
dinarily a mixture of Prussian blue,
tumoric, and sulphate of mime, or China
clay ; and in that of black tea it is not
umr?que?t1y a coating of black lead.
The toa prepared for the English mar
ket is notoriously subject to these adul
terations ; and it seems that this arises
onthf??y^ from ou? own fancy, and not
from any desire on the part of the
Chinese to pursue snoh a practice. The
adulteration- ia easily discovered by
treating the tea with^cold water, and
then straining through, maslin, and al- |
10 wigg the fine powder to subside.
To PRESERVE Mir^-<-Provide bottles,
which mn?t'bo porfoctly clean," sweet
and dry. Put the milk-Warm from the
coj^into these, bottles/and, as they are
11 mal, immediately cork them np. and
fasten the pork with wit e. Then spread
a little nt mw on the bottom of a boiler,
on whioh place the bottles,'with straw
botica them;. Fill it up with cold
water. Heat the water, and aa soon as
it begins to boil draw the fire and let
tho whole gradually cool. When quite
cool take out the bottles, paok thom
away io sawdust and put them in a cool
place, but where'the milk will not
freeze. Milk preserved in this way will
keep perfectly sweet for years.
To CRYSTALLIZE FLOWERS. ~-CouBtrnot
some baskets of fancy form with p?a
ble copper wire, and wrap- thom wi th
gauze? into these tie to the bottom
violeta, ferns, geranium leaves-in fact,
any flowers but full-blown rones-and
sink them in a solution of alum-one
pound to a gallon pf water-after the
solution Imo cooled. Tho colors will bo
preserved in their original beauty faster
than from a hot solution. When you
have a light covet.rig ot crystals that
completelyj.oqvex- the- articles remove
tho basket carefully and allow it to drip
for twelve hours. These baskets make
a beautiful pwi-n- ornament, and for a
long t?me preserve tho freshness of the
HANO?NO-BAHK?TS.-A charmiugi and
imxpomvro homo adornment may bo
rarrdo by using a basket constructed in
the manner given aboveor by procuring ,
a small wire-basket and , lining ?twitl/i
colored tirisne-paper; of various colors
nicely fringed,* take a t?e-po?nd cys^
u.-r-oatf, put A sweet potato in it, and till
it wilbowa'**- ; pi ace tho c<?.n in tho
cente* ?r^fie basket, and procure from
any florist some gay: southern mo..s and
place ii. the edge of the basket. In a
. short time tho sweet-potato will send
but a nnmbor of vines* Whioh may be
guided by strings around pieture
frames, twining through mantel orna
menta over the cloak, adding beauty
and oheeriuiness to tho room. It can be
placed in any part of the room, aB it ia
not necessary that the auu should shine
on it, and the vine will grow all winter in
Corm FOB DBUNKENNESS.-There is a
curious prescription in England for the
cure of drunkenness, by which thou
sands are said to have been assisted in
recovering themselves. Tho recipe
came into notoriety through the efforts
of John Vine Hall, father of Rev. New
man Hall and Captain Vine Hall, com
mander of the Great .Eastern steamship.
He had fallen into Buch habitual drunk
enness that his utmost efforts to regain
himself proved unavailing. At length
he sought the advice of an eminent
physician, who gave him a prescription
which he followed faithfully for several
montbs., and at the end of thut lime he
lost all desire for liquors, although he
had for many years been lod oaptive by
a most debasing habit. The recipe,
which ho afterward published, and by
which so many havo been assisted io
reform, .is as follows: V Sulphate of
iron, 5' grains ; magnesia, 10 groins ;
peppermint water, ll grains ; spirit of
nutmeg, one drachm-to be taken twice
a day. This preparation acts as a
tonio and stimulant, and so partly sup
plies the place of the accustomed liquor,'
and prevents that absolute physical and
moral prostration that follows a sudden
breaking off from the use of stimulating
Arab Horse Maxims.
Whoso rai8oth and trainoth a horse
for the Lord is counted in tho number
of those who givo alms day and night,
in private as well aa public Ho v>ill
find his reward. All his sins will bo
forgiven him, and nevor will any fear
come over him and dishonor his heart.
. Lot your colt bo domesticated and
live with you from his tenderest age,
and when a horse he will be simple,
docile, faithful and innrcd to hardship
If you havo your boree to Borve you
on the day of trial, if you desiro him
then to bo a horse of truth, make him
sober, accustomed to hard work and
inaucossib'o to fear.
Do not boat .your horses, nor speak to
them in a lond tono of voice ; do not bo
angry with thom, but kindly reprove
thoir faults; they will do bettor there
after, for they u intend and the language
of man and its meaning.
If you have a long day's journey be
fore you, spare your horse at the start ;
let him frequently walk to recover his
wind. Continue this until he has
sweated and dried three, times, and you
may ask him whatever you please, he
will not leave you in difficulty.
UBO your horse as you do your leath
ern bottle; if you open it geitly and
gradually you can easily control the
water within, but if you open it sud
denly the wator escapes at once, and
nothing remains to quench your thirst.
Never lot your horse run up, or donn
?ii 11, if you can avoid it. On the con
trary, s?aoken your pace. "Which do
-yon prefer," was asked of a hprse, *. as
Ofintor-decnnt ? .* A.curso bb on *hoir-|
point, of meeting ! " was Ibetawwer,
Make your horso work and work
again. Inaction and fat aro the gf?at
perilB of a horse, and the main cause
of all bis vices and disease. ' \
'Observ? your- horse when he ?B driuk
[ lng a't a brook. If in bringing down
bis), head be remain square, without
bending his limbs, he possesses sterling
qualities and all parts of his body are
Four things he must have broad
front chest, loins and limbs; four
thiigs long-neok, breast, fore-arm
ano- croup ; and four things ahort-pas
terns, baok, ears and tail.
The Savannah Advertiser says that
after Sherman made bis march to the
Bea, all in the wide track of waste and
desolation that he made with the tramp
of'his footman and the iron feet of his
cavalry there sprang up a new and un
known grasa from the soil, which the
farmers called "'Sherman dover.". It
would grow up. in the most unexpected
places, and it is said would root ont
Bermuda grass ; and, as a strangesirai
! larity, we now hear that after the Fran
vc?-PraBsitin war of 1870-71,|in many dis
tricts of France a now vegetation sprang
up, evidently tho result of the invasion.
?It was believed that this vegetation
would becorno acclimatized, bat very
few of the species introduced in this
way appear bkely to cpntinne to flour
ish.'In the departments of Loir and
Loire.t-Chor, of one hundred and sixty
three Germon species, at least one-half
have already disappeared, and tho sur
viving species diminish in vigor each
year. Scarcely five or pix Bpeoies ap
pear to manifest any tendency to be
come acclimatized. Can any of oar
nat oralia ts account for it.
-Old man Wheeler of Minnesota
wants a divorce from .his wife. She
sent him down tho cellar one night last
week after a bottle of yeast. Ho got lt
and was trudging along np Btaira, think
ing of nothing in particular, when tho
bottle exploded, scaring Wheeler so that
he fell with ono great whoop down in a
soap barrel under tho, stairs. When
they pulled bim ont he prancod around
yelling "Cuss a wife ; cuss y oast ; cuss
the whole of ye I" And the, lawyers
say bo has got a good ease.
Vi NIBO AB BITTEBS.-Dr. J. Walker,?
regular practicing physician of Cali
fornia, bas conferred a priceless boon
upon mankind by tho introduction of
\% ...Bitters" compounded' from herbs
exclusively, which -may- he truly said
j to bo Biipersoeing all others, and is
becoming a bitter dose indeed for the.
charlatans and quacks, oh account of
i-itrf immense sile and universal popu
larity. Not only are these Vinegar
Bitters, as he calls them, an in val a*
able .touicand lateral ive, brit they are
acknowledged as a standard Medicine,
ead the astonishing rapidity with
which they enre diseases hitherto de
clared inonrable, seems almost incred
ible. -I After having been carefully
tested, they ai*e kept on bond- in thou
sands bf households, and used fdr any!
ami ?very form of disease, many re
lying upon them in preference to the
mont eolcbratad physicians; They
hwe become- a rocognizod "family
remedy." and nroperly so.
Sua't Hack, HRCU, ?oneil, Congli I
Gough iq a symptom bywhioh yariouBdia
eased conditions of the throat, bronchial tubo
and langs manifest themselves.-"But whether
it ariBoa from the irritation produced in tho
throat and larynx by taking cold, from an at
tack of bronchitis, from incipient consump
tion, or from various other CHUKO?, nothing
will allay it moro speedily or curb it more per
manently than Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It does not matter whether it bo
a recent attack, or a Ungering cough, tho Dis
covery is in either coao equally well adapted
for He relief rt nd permanent cure. In fact, it
will enro a cough ju one-half tho time necee
Bary to euro it with any other modicine, and it
dooB it, not by drying it np, but by removing
tho cause, subduing tho irritation, and heal
ing tho affected parts. No time should bo lost
in commencing tho uso of a proper medicino
for tho relier of a cough, for nnlosB thin
conrdo ia pursued, Berkum and dangorouR dis
oaBo of tho lungs in liable to result. Goldon
Medical Discovery ia Bold hy all dealers in
By neglecting the precaution which
common Boneo dictates, many fall victima to
their own imprudence. We.bavo Been tho
young and beautiful girl, tho hope aiid pride
of her parents-h or chook-Hushed with an
ticipation, and her eyes beaming with tho gay
dreama of life-we have Boon all thia changed
for a shroud by neglecting a common cold
which had Bottled upon her lunga. It might
have easily been cured if it had boen attended
to in timo. Now, when your lungs aro firat
diseased with the incipient stages, ot con
sumption, yon should uso Allen's -Lung Bal
eara, which will relieve them withont fail.
For salo by all medicine dealers.
Premature loss of the hair, which is
BO common now-a-daya, may bo ontirely pre
vented by tho nao of Burnett's Coooaine. It
baa boon used iu thousand* of caaoB wtiero tho
hair was coming ont in handfuls, and baa nev
er failed to arrest ita decay, and to promote a
healthy and vigorous growth. It is at tho
samo timo unrivalled BB adroaaing for tho hair.
THERE are more than one thousand
diiTorent kinds of pills in tho United states.
8omo.pf thom aro worthloBH and injnnpnB,
o thors aro Rood and beneficial. --Old Dr. Par
Bona invented tho boat anti-bilious pill wo over
Baw or hoard of. Thov are now sold under
tho uamo of Parsons' Purgative Pills.
"Wu understand that the whopping
<-"iigh ia quito prevalent in tho towna around
us ; but that no caaeB have proved fatah-Som?
families uso not lung but Johnson's Anodyne
Liniment. Our Doctor, however, aayB a little
iniuae, to produce vomiting, would be an ad
Qo to Riverside Water Guro. Hamilton, II],
Tho CouMiimptlvcN or Riifforer fr<m any
pulmonary disease will find Tnlt's Expectorant tho
mont general restorative ever offerrd an invalid.
VBURTABLi; ?M J I. FTC O NA I? V BAL
SA HI! Most approved, reliable and well-known rem
edy for Conchs, Coidn ft Consumption. Get thc gen
uine. Price$l;unat160c Co-runt Baoa.& "Roslnn
cXOUR-Superfine.,....? 4 2B
XXX. S3? <*J 6 M?
Family.6 75 ?JTVOO
CORN MEAL.'.. BS
WHEAT. 1 C'S
BRAN."..'.. :.:.2r> en
PEANUTS. . .75 ..?}
BACON-Olear Bides. " ti?c
HAMS- Sujar Cured. . (4
Bourbon. 1 39
Lincoln Oonnty. 1 75
Good Ordinary..... 13;*^
Low Middling. KX?
SE OTB-Clover.?..^.^ 8 00 ..
Timothy.r.".v.. 8 2?
Orchard Grass.. 3 40
. Blue Grass.._... 128
TOBACCO. , - . M*ht
Common Inga.$ 0 nc.aiu 00 $ fl
Good ln.iB..10 rogll ( 0 10
Oemrnon leaf..7.....12 60913 60 12
Medium lt af. ...14 40<?16 60 14
Good leaf.?.16 ?0320 CO 17
Choleo leaf..21 00?23 00 22
WHEVT-Krtl and Amber.$ 08
O Jan-Sacked. 66 i
HAY-Timothy.... 18 00 ii
GINSENG. 1 80 ? 1
FRUIT-Apples. Green.. 3 00 <s
Lemons, per box?. 8 00 Qt
Orangen... ll 00 ft ]
POBK-Mesa. 19 E0 c\
BACON-Olear Sides. HjJS
FIOUR-^Sopernne. 4 Ol &
Extra family. * f 0 gk
Fancy. 6 76 9
WOOL-Tub-washed....". to 4
POTATOES-Irish- WbbL.. 2 75 ?
OOTTON-Middling.. ...... ?
Good Ordinary .14 <a
FLOUR-Extra. $ 6 00 ?ft
XXX....'. t o', a
OOBR.. 87 9
OATS. 71 cs
HAT..... 34 00 m
POBK-Mean. 30 75 a
HAMS. 18 S
BUG AR-Fair to Prime. 7 va
Cincinnati....,. loo 0
OOTTON-Good Ordinary. 12J?*
Low Middling."? 14 M
. Cincinnati. ' ...
FLOUR-Family."....$ 5 IO A
WHEAT. 1 07 ?
OATS..... t9 (rt
PORK-Mesa.;.." 19 00 a
HAMS-y o Rar cured." 0Xr*
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?O?rTG FOLKS? HISTORY
By T. W. lUUl?lNSON.
" It has a c'rar title to siin?rlnrity over nny sim
ilar work ''-Motion Acti-crilsrr.
.' A book wnere there IM everything to praise ant
nolhin ; tn condemn "-Ar. Y. Tribune..
'.TheMvi- of Ibo btu* Is admirable."-?V. Y.
.' ?At. Hlgul son was well nualltied to-writ" such
a b'AloTy."-Sprn<pflei,i Re. ubllcan.
?"q lRmn., with over IIX) ilbiHtr-lions. Pi lco tl.sn.
Ecui post paid on rec. (pt ot the price. LEE &
Hil K t'A ttl). Boslon.
YUK li ".NT In the World.
II (tlv M UnlverHHl ^atlsfnc:lun.
Wt?'I IK ll KUI. ICconoiiiy.
ill Ita innre Rreari to bbl. Flour
SAVIO? MILK, KUU.<i,
One y CH r's ^avlnl? will buy a isiw
NO no UK HOVlf llUlvM).
Whiter lighter, nweeler. richer.
KVr IC YIIOOY Prnlara lt.
The lad ea -neall in love %? Lb ll
SKI.t.S like HOT CA IC MS
*..>"?.'i'd at linet, for circular to
Vi^?' *? ?1ICANTZ O? Ct?.,
170 C Hillie S'., Kow Vol li.
lix'A Ulai er? t'.it.ii, artupilcun.
The mou power ul Magic Lament ever
made; with n r.Hlant till Lamp; for
Home, Sunday rt hool and Lect ires
.HoieoDtlc H *c tildes at reduced
nrlitts. A pf fl able Rittliie*? for a m m
witn tmall c?pl <U Caialoguei st nt on
WAI. V. U'A 1,1.1 ti.iL.
I'll I ln.I el pu ia. Pa
1 til Cilest lint Hlree
This now Trnss ls worn
with perfect comfort
night and day. Adanta
itself to ovety nimloti
or. the boily, retaining
Ituptnre under Hie
hardest exercise or ne
Tcrest strain until mr
manently cured. Sold
cheap by tl"
Elastic Truss Co.,
083 BroBilw?>'i Nonv York city.
Pent by mall tall in, mi for clrcu.ar and be cured
Mynnnnal Catalogne ..i Vegetable nnd Flower
Heoo lor li<75. will be i-e.it /rte. lo all who apply,
< ustomeninr last reBtini cecil not write for it. In
lt will be found nevera: VH;",,?r |o varieties ot now
vegetable? Inti minced r..r HM first tinto this season,
having made new vi getnbies H ?peelaltv for many
years.- Growing over v hxmtlrcii mut Jt/ly vnrltlH.s
on my several inrms, T would p?riic?u?riy Invite
the PKUOIIBRO of marliel g^rdonersand all other.
who aro esreclally deftir..ii . in have their seed pure
and fri nh. and of the very l?i.l ulrnin A ll se eil sent
out from m$ esiablitlnuriii aro covrrcd by three
warrants BM elven In mr catalogue, JAMES J.
il.GREGORY. Marbleneod, Mans. . -
WILBOE'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COB LIVER I
OIL AND LIME.
Wllbor?? ? ott Livor f ttl ?nd Lime.-Person*
whotntv. been takim; Coil Liver Oil will bo pleated
to huir n I hat Dr. W itmr. IHSU.CB dcd.lrooidirrc
ilom of several nroin.inial gtiniiemeo. tn com
ht n h i.-- the pure oil and Um . In, Mich a manner thal
it is'plCKSaiit io the i^ste ?ii I Iis ?rfectH lu lung
coniplairi'B oro tru'y wouderful. Vcy m tn y per
sons who.e c??e< we o pronoanced hopsioss and
A? ho t)pd liken the ? oar ntl for a long tlpae with
out raarkoi eifect. ? *vf> b^ea eniir-ly cured by
using this preparation. Kc sure and get the.
..ti". Mau ii lin:, iiien ni/ by A 2 WILBOR
i hemtn, Boston Poid . v H1| druggists.
B H-.vf . .iii. i . * n.t,/ fnVIiiM? amt r~<? lav? .liri
?IT. . linn ff ?ny jtrrr. n ttl, > .-l>-lii.Uullr, Thia
I..... ... in-.-, liy mall l.ciii.; t.,i;rilH'r willi a M.rrl
V;si|.|i.u iii<i>|a, Prr,.' .. Ulm- tn I ..ll?.,Ar. l oon,?)
ajuaar twA. AiMim I' fiM.Ulli * W.tVvViil'h
rt all ran
.?on mill, A
Largest Accident Insorance Co.
TN THE WORLD.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT
Accident I'd I Iden written,. 340,OOO
I.I Tc fol?eles written,. Ul,OOO
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Surplus to Policy Holders,.... 1,UUU,UUU
I'nlil tn Benefits to Policy
ma,Write to TUE TRAVKI Kn? INSUHAP-CK COM
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Ratea, blanks, etc , sent by mall.
BAKE ES, i^POE
GBOOERS, * ZTT
AND PEIVATE FAMILIES.
I have an IMPROVED tbS?KlP P :or making
a PUK K BAKING or YEAST POW DIOR ecpial lo
tb? best In tb" market. With which 1 will end a
book gl\in?r40 new and liXCKLLKM" M HT li
ons ior usluu lt In cuoktng. Wy Puking Powder
can bo made for ir. rems u poona. Why nay 60 or
60 oeut8 per pot nd wheo >tu cnn olly make
your own for Ki couts? Pnro cu my receipt il 28
I?, will, however, bc r-ent upon receipt or ?too BY
MAIL, willi din ci )<n s (in KngDsh nod Ocrman) fir
MAKIN? and i-siMi li IheNAMKOf trie NHWHPA
P?K lu given In wlilch.thls advertisement in seen.
ThC CURT Of tills KVCKlPT IH HA V KO IN KV KUY
TithKK POUNDS of the powder linnie. Ingredient:;
kept by t rocera and di ugglsla everywhere. Adilress
X). W. munns. Practical Druggist, Chicago, 111.
SPECIMEN COPIES OF THE
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A weekly I" pago i|narin, liniinniid .journal,
containing full icpni la ?duales nt tho
Now York Stock Exchange.
The no\l IIiltiilt.*r will Contain valuable informa
tiou regal ?li ug il?' moil HUT, >aalitl method
ni op miling with
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Can ho invested with a chanco of realizing
enormous prout?. Tho anbei ilptiou pi it o ortho
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Ia not Greasy nor Sticky;
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Subdues Refractory Hair.
Soothes tho Irritated Scalp-Skin, j
. Burnett's Cocoaine
Affords the Richest Lustro. \ \
ls not nn Alcoholic Wash. .. '
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Remains Longest in Effect.
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27 Central Street, Boston.
And Sold Everywhere.
No. 617 St. Charles 31 rc ot, St. Louis, Wo.,
continue* to trent ?ll ca*? of oh?tac1ca to marriage, blood
Imnuri'lci, ever/ ailment or alckncaa which mulla from
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Dr. W.'a e.lahihhrncnt I. eharlrrctl by the HUlo Di III.
aourl, WM rounded andh?? beru catabll.bed to ?coure
aife, oerUIn And reliable relief. Pieing n grad?alo vi
sereral medical collrae., and haring ibo ciperlcnuf dt a
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aro bring treated by mail or exprr?, errrywbere. Mt
?natter who failed, call or write, fruin tho rresl nija>
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low. fltl pngr?, ching rull ?ymplonia, Air i-io ?tamp?
J*i p.gc.. a popular bv>\ whiih ?hould l>o read by -verj
rv-ly. So married pair, or persona 'cobUrnplntlng mar.
ri.??, can artoirl lo do without lt. ft contain, the 3rc.im al
-.Heal literature on thia ?abject, tho re.ult?rf (J,..W ?.
.ons ripcrlcnce; al>j tbs beat thoughts fro? la'* werta,
'n Kump; ted America.? Hem aealed. poaopald for&llcU.
Acertain nod Htire euro, without inconvenience,
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own merit*. Bend for liiy quarterly magnzlno (ft
cort* von nothtno), contalnlngecrtlilontca of hundreds
that have been permanently cured. I claim to havo
discovered and produced the ri m r. ORIGINAL, AND
OMLY > nu i: OUBB FOB OPIUM KATING. .
" DR; S* B* COLLINS, La Porte. Ind.
B,M. VVOOLBV, Sole Agf, Southern States,
_ _ Atlanta. Ga.
.#& Oft I Efl RA HABIT* CORED at nomo. No
!4 r1 ..'??'J ' !' l'"l)l''ciiy. Terms m Klerato.
HU flt BlBllfl 'Hmo ebert -Vonr yearn-Of un
Wa I Wall paralleled SUCCCHH. Describe caso.
itOAA onrt cxrK'nPcr.a tiionth to agents. AddrcM
&?UUA.USTODDAUI3, Jonesville? Mich.
,v'*,*^?"~'''""**irtfirriMwii in? m mi ii miiwuuiri.
Dr. J. Walker's California Tin?
egar 'Hitlers aro a purely Vegetable
prepara; ion, made chiefly from tho na
tive herb? found on tho lower ranges of
tho Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, tho medicinal proportics of which
aro extracted therefrom without tho use
of Alcohol. ' Tho question is almost
daily asked, "What is tho causo of tho
unparalleled success of Vi NEG AU BIT
TERS V Our answer is, that they remove
thc cause of disease, and tho patient re
covers his health. They aro the great
blood purifier ami ahfe-glving principle,
a perfect Renovator* and Invigorator
;if tho system. Never beforo in- tho
history of tho world has a medicino been
compounded possessing, tho ruiuarkablo
qualities of VINEGAR BITTERS in bealing the
Kick of evo-t disenso mini is heir to. They
ttre a gcntlt i'urgativo ns woU aa a Tonio,
relieving Congestion ' or Inflammation ol
tho Liver and. Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Tho proportics of Da. WALKER'S
VINKOAR BITTERS aro Aperient, Diaphoretic
Carminativo? Nutritious, Laxativo, Diuretic
Sedative, Counter-irritant, Sudorific, Alters
tive. and Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim VIN
EGAR BITTERS tho most wonderful ?n
vigorant that ever sustained tho sinking
No Person can talto these Bitter?
according to directions, and romain lonft
unwoll, provided their bones aro not de-'
Btroyed by mineral p^'sou or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Hil ions, Remittent and Inter*
mitteilt Fevers, which aro so preva
lent in the valloys of our groat rivera
throughout the United States, especially
those of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumborlaud, Arkan
sas, lied, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout out
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, nud remarkably so during sea
sons of'unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied byextonsivo de?
angements of tho stomach and liver,
irid other abdominal viscora. In their
treatment, a purgativo, oxerting a pow?
orful inUuonce upou these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for tho purpose equal to
DR. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS,
as thoy will speedily remove tho dark
colored viscid matter with which the
UQAVRIS aro 1 (>;>.'!cd, .-ct; tho-sumo-thoo ^X-*>
stinuilatihg tho secretions of thffitv?TT*^'^
and goncrally restoring tho healthy,
functions of tho digestivo organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all ita milds with VINEGAR
BITTERS. No epidemic can take hold :
of a system thus, fore-armed. . %
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, JPain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tho Chest,, Dizziness, "Sour
Ernetations of tho Stomach*, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of tho ITcart, Inflammation of tho
laings, Pain in tho region of tho Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, ard tho offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Ono bottle will provo a better guarantee .
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcora, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitro, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Soros, Eruptions of tho Skin, Soro Eyes, atc
In these, aa in all other constitutional Dis
eases, WALKER'S VINKQAR BITTERS have
shown their great curativo powers in* the
most obstinate and in trac labio coses. .
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit- '
tout and Intermittent Fe vera, Diseases ot
tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
theso Bitters hnvo no equal. Such Diseases 1
are caused by Vitiated Blood. f
Mechanical Diseases.-Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
numbers, Typo-setters, Gold-boaters, and
Minors, ns they advance in life, aro subject
to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard
against this, take a doso of WALKEB'S VIN
EGAR BITTERS occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet>* a
ter, Salt-Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles,' Ring-worms*"'
Scald-head, Soro Eyes,'Erysipelas, Itoh,
Scurfs, Discolorations of tho Skin, Kamora
and Diseases of tho Skin of whatever nam o .
or nature, aro literally dug up and carried '
\ out jf the system in a short timo hy the uso <
of theso Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in tho system of so many thousands,
aro effectually destroyed and removed. .Nd*, j
system of medicine, no vormifuges, no arv
thohuinitics will freo tho system from worms
Uko these Bitters.
For'Female Complaints, in young
or aid, married or singlo, nt tho dawn of wo- .
manhood, or tho turn of lifo, theso Tonio
bitter.-, display BO decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible-. - < ,
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find ita impuritiesbursting thron g h !
tho s'nin in Pimples,-Eruptione, 'qr 8/.>l?8i-r
cleanse it. when you find lt obstructor] And
sluggish in tho veins j oloariBo it when it ia \
foul: your feelings will toll you when. rieep ,
tho blood puro, and tho hpalth of tho :,ystom
will follow.-. , ??j. ?L?? . .,-?.
? ' II. II. ltfcDONAIiO AV: CO., *
Dmggixta and Gon. A g ts., San Frp.ioisoo, California r
?aa nor. of Washington and Ch/rlton Sta.. N. Yl '
Sold toy nil ftrngtscUtc iui-1 Dealers
NO. Sin North Vmh Streek St, Lotti*. Mo., ESTA a
I.ISHKD 1K?7. Curca ?ll sufferers without tho ut* of -
Mercury. Charge* reasonable foe?. % ' :
r*r-I>r. H.*? ?Tr??Uw on Special DUcase*." whltta
fully explains tho nature, canoes, symptoms, and mean?
to euro nil forms of Nervous Debility, al) Diseases r-ansi-l '
by th? " Errors o? Vontb," nnrl valunhlo Inform?tlotvrm
nthcr delicate subjects, tent rum in plain t caled
envelope . .... j
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