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-T h e true mission of women S:)mission. -'l'he best legal authority on cre Sition-Coke. - -An epitaph on a well-known auc ' ,eer's tombstone was: "Going ,,ing-gone." -Never scare off a fy with a club .Lhen you know that a feather will do nst as well. -How Barney proposes to get over i. is single blessedness-By proposing no Bridg-et. -Why is a liquor tavern a contra diction in terms? Because it is an ,in-convenience. -Did Patrick Henry have crema :ion in view when he fired the Ame ic an heart? -The worst suits invented now-a ldays are the Zebra, invented at Sing sing, and law-suits. -A complaint has been made that one of the New York policeman can not read or write. Possibly he was selected for the position as a man of mark. -Waterburn, Conn., has a bashful young man, who made a call one eve ning, and after partaking of a little ice cream and cake asked: "1 there anythlng else?" -A hard-working, eminently pious woman once said: "I don't want to go to heaven as soon as I die, but ra ther to sleep in the grave a thousand years or so, to get rested." -"Where is your father?" said an angry master to the son of his habit ually tippling domestic. "H e' s down-stairs, sir." "Getting drunk, I suppose." "No, sir, he ain't." "What then?" "Getting sober, sir." -The precocious chap who inven ted the following conindrum has hail ice on his head for some days, and it is thought he will recover if kept quiet for a week or so: "Why is an elephant like a tree? Because a tree leaves in the spring, and the ele phant leaves when the menagerie does" -lon. Rufus Choate wrote a very wretched hand . A gentleman in Boston said he meant to vote for the requirement of the reading and wri ting test for voters, so asto prevent Mr. Choate from voting. "Take 1 care," said another, "Mar. Chonte will write and ask you to read it, and so exclude your vote." -An exchange says: While Rev. yS Mr. Summerbell w as joining two ts souls for life, yesterday, the bride's ti father stuck a shot gun through the window and took it back again. li a was only in fun. The doctors have w picked twenty buckshot from the tit bridegroom's back, and the minister Ni is looking for several in his own hip. k Altogether, it was a very pleasant ni wedding. th -The following is a literal copy of a letter lately received by a clergy- f man in Pittsburg, through the Post Otffice; "Riverent sir, I forbid the irs Bands of Marriage between Edwood Igo Bluitt and Mary Ann Howell, the reason is he is under age, and she ab Have got a husband alive, and she li went away from him; He is in Carri- rec lion, and she is with her unkell, so ti you cannot marry them sir, a n d , Dursent." aa -A New IHampshire farmer want ed a farm hand, and was applied to by an Irishman, who wanted to work. c The farmer objected to ongaging Pat, on the ground that two Irishmen pre- T viously in hisemploy had diedon hisi hands. "Then you object to hiring me for that, do you?" said lIPt.- "Faith, and I can bring you recom mendations from many a place where CI I've worked that I never played such a trick." -A boy from the country was re- Di0 'ently taken as a page into a gentle mau's family. One afternoon, just GaU before dark, after having been called up to the drawing room, he came down into the kitchen, laughing im moderately. "What's the matter?" cried the cook. "Why dang it!" said he, "there are twelve on 'em up there who could'ut light the gas, and ST they had to ring for me to come anmd light it." -A countryman with his bride tlU stopped at a Troy hotel the other Si day. At dinner, when the waiter presented a bill of fare, the young smtan inquired: "What's ttat?"-- I "That's a bill of fare," said the wai- the tcr. The young man took it in his handl, looked inquiringly at his wife, and then at the waiter, and finally TI dove down into his pocket and very rn insinuatingly inquired: "Well, how lish much is it?" ode -A Macon negro philosopher, dis-la cussing the relations of the race, ther said: "You know de turkey, he roost o tie fence, and de goose on de ground. You pulil de turkey offde fence, ad he will git up again. You crop his wings, but somehow or nud dier he's gwine to get back on de plie fence. Now you put de goose on de PE fence and he will fall off; he don't be- GRA long dar. De turkey am de white man. HIe's down now, but is gwine reip to git ;p agin. De nigger is de tioe, goose. HIe better stay where he he-.j di longr, i" P' NEW ORLEANS. SSPROUILE COWN'S :re- CiSTOM-MADE CLOTHIN G! lub do SHIRTS ! rer Gents' Furnishing Goods! ra sp Fine Goods ! la- Ic w Styles:! Ie - and - ; ll, U1I STOCI II T!IE SOllTI! at I E KEEP A LARGE ASSORTMENT ;n- of OVER-COATS, in all styles of as cut and goods. BLACK CLOTH Dress Snits. of DIAGONAL and ENGLISH WORSTED Suits. SBUSINESS SFqITS--in all styles of toods. ul Black DOESKIN and Fancy CAS81MERE 'e Pants. Black CLOTH, SILK and CASHMERE Vests. re The Celebrated STAR SHIRT, in all styles; Rel and White CASHMERE, SHAKER FLANNEL, MERINO, CAN us TON FLANNEL and SILK Drawers & Shirts. to BALBRIGGAN, FRENCH and ENGLISH '- Brown Cotton half Hose. Plain and Fancy LINEN and SILK Hand Id kerchiefs. CRAVATS, SCARFS, TIES, ROWS. SU'S PENDERS, ETC. ALEXANDER'S KID i1 and REYNIER'S I)OGSKIN GLOVES, SLEEVE BUTTONS, ST'UIJDS. WALK ING CANES, POCKETBOOKS, ETc. 8 TRUNKS, VALISES, BAGS, RUBBER k, GoDS, UMBRELLAS, ETC., THEAT RICAL GOODS, CLOWN SUITS, ETC. We buy for Cash, and sell at lowest Cash Prices. SPROULE & McCOWN, 40 and 42 St. Charles Street, it Opposite St. Charles Hotel. t Feb. 11. 1874.-6 mo. n 1e pROCTER & GAMBLE'S e EX'1'RA Oi LIVE SOAP. is made fronm the best materials and . vicely perfumed. Shdl at price of ordi nary Soap. Buy it, you will use no oth n ar. Grocers have it. Now Orleans.Jo hers Whol,,esl,, ALrents. C IMPORTANT MEDICAL NOTICE!! o RS. JORDAN & JACQUES, PROPRI J etors of tihe Grand Anatonmieal Mn scum and authors of "Medical Essays on Marriage, the Causes and Cure of Prena tare Decline in Man," beg respectfully to announce to the public of New Orleans K that they have re-established themselves at No. 17 Rampart Street, Between Canal and Common streets, where they may be conslted on all aflec tions, including Exhausted Vitality, Ner vous and Physical I)ebility, Oertaxed Natures and Goneral i'unctional I)eraunge ments. Of long experience and practical knowledge, having consummated somnic re nmarkable cures, and assiduously devoting themselves to these GREAT SPECIALITIES, they feel confident of their ability to ef fect complete and radical cures. Omeffice hours from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. and from 5 p. m. to 8 p. m. daily, and on Sun days from 10 a. m. to 2 p. mi., save in ur genot cases, where the calls or patients will be promptly responded to. No one should be without a copy of the above OGuide. Books to Health and Manly Vigor dn livered personally or sent to address on receipt of twenty-five cents. Drs. JORDANi & JACQUES address those particularly who, improperly treat ed, neglected or discharged as incurable, are urged to visit them, they in no in stance failing to realize permnanent cures. No. 17 Rampart St. between Canal and Conmmon Sts. New Orleans, La. One interview necessary to a proper comprehensive and treatment of cases. Jan. 21, 1574-tm. Tho.. 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THE GREAT DIEMOCRIATIC VICTO ries In New York, Ohio, Maryland and Vireinia. the startling Republican defeats in Wisconsin, lIa, Kansas ahd Illinois, foreshadow the election of a DIocr:latic Congress in I874, and the election of a Democratic President in 17(i6 The secret of lhe triumnph alheady won has been stea:lfest ldhereaee to the organ iz'tion, inifliLching lidelity to the prinici pies of the D)emocratic party. The World has been faithful to its trlst. When taint hearts talked of a spoiled party, in nlie pLarty, it bore aloft. the flag ot the historic ildomlitahle D)elmocratic party. That flag. inscribed with the legends Free Trade and Farmecrs' Rights, Hard Money and no Mo nopolies,-the D)emoerats of Ohio anti New York carried to a glorious victory subverting Grant majorities of 37,0(j0 and 51,000 A new career now opens before the De liocracy--lore gloriouis anld lmltorte beltlri cent than its past career, identified though. that be with the founding of the republic. its expansion , across the continent, its half century of prosperity and peace. The open secret of its fut.ure, as ot its past and present triumphs, is still a stead. fIst adherence to the organization, an nn flinching fidelity to the principles of the i)enoratic party-plrinciples u c ve r sot ineedftl as now to hie applied tihrotglilut u'. National. State and Miunicipal life, to heal the wounds andi deniorailization or waii, to htlop corrupt anid prolligate expen, Iliture, to liinit andl localize plwei, t en trusted to the lieoplc's servaints, to liberate our indatlries froml the fetters of a barbar ''us Tariff, our trade from the.luctuailtions of an irrerdeemnable paper Currency, and iour agrictllture from the double plinder ing of both, as well as to repair the wide spread financial Ruin wrought by th Fits. cal policy of the Republican party. The duty of The World in this onward niarch of the Democratic hosts to victor is thie dissemination o f political truth Our work will be frqiitlnl in proportion as The Wolld is widely read. We ask Demlocra:ts everywhere to aid us in scatterilig the good sted broadcast over the whole land during the period so int portant to the comning harvests. Where or how can aniy D)emocrat work 1, so efficiently for the ditfinsion of the prin . ciples of his party, and their triumph at the ballot-box in '74 and '76, as by procur ing new readers for The World, now l As a vehicle of news, The World will spare no expense, no energy, to mainltain and advance its place in the first rank or metropolitan journals Its fresh, abum daut, various anti aIccurate news, compris ing the wholb circle of current intelligence. will be discussed as becomes a Trustwor thy Organ of Opinion, with candor, with steady devotion to sounld publlic and pri vate morals, with special knowledge for special themes, and with various and wide-reaching apprehension of the lalni foldl interests of mien and womenll in their homes, their market-places, their work shops and their farms. THE WEEKLY WORLD is our great edition, Wednesday, for the . country. It conltailis: 1. 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DIARBHOAA. DYSENTERY COLIC WIND IN TUB BOWNRI, aidaIIINTERONAL PAINS. ic. it t .earPtmedlalgegntlahlord thatwill sureleve d ArrScuD AITcJNy e 880%.' Sand Ague. and all other Masartous 360 Scmarlet Typho Tllow, and other F.saMedby 1LD il r's PILLSEIa quikaslEDWAt'l W i Dt .' lIe Iy. F ftyemtapr bott ' HEALTHI BEAUTY 1 BTRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD-INCRESU ll OF FLESH AND WEIGHT--CLEAR SKIN AND I B EAUTIFUL COMPLION dKCUrSD TOA LL. DR. RADWAY'8 SSarsaparllian Resolvent " THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. rd HASADRTIP MOST STONImr HING URES: $o QUICK. SO RAPID ARE THE CHANOE. THE I BtODY UNDERGOOESUNDER TH INFLUENCU OF THIS TRULY WONDBFFUL MEDICINEl a THAT, l' Every Day anIncrease in Fle I and Weight is Seen and t 1 .vercdrop al the BSAR ARILLIAtr RESOD, Glandular dlge dtse, Uan Nss -s ill mr odslntdestld te of ewaya. onl m kwo srms t dhsof Skin dl isae tEpnlievf Sores.SeeldHead, RIng WormPsaltRbaumEryipelae i AoeS Blacks Worm-nt heFlerS, TuoeF . (aa S eralnthe Womb, and all weakening and l dle. aS gs NilghtSweats, Los ofSpermanda wa,co( thellbprrlopm, are withi the curative raeof thl . wonderoModrn hemtisotry an odafewys ausewn r h ovehteny ersan ueng td foretlher m ofth eamEd dMle tsLtspower crtocuretbhem. c .e eft, alt. beoming reducad bylthewa ai..ddeompoduuon sL eontnually progreanMrso eedoana tln thse wastes, and rse the~ atl SWh new materiimade from healby lood- nd tim T OSASARaSARILbLIAN whlland doesrsenre-epne i sertain; for wen once thireminy eom s tmm e weorofpunrlcaon. and seeds In dimlalag tHe i IeasowteaIslre Irwllbe api, deteryday th reqroodd fUo7tr e Pen uwrpteot es and welo t he reageng. F otr lydosothSRasePAelur. Resonta.. y lor.ownr remedi oagentsthe i ure of Chlos,. maon. Counstltutlonal, an Skin dlleasM; buttlsthe onlypsovll cur rce . Sidney & Bladder Comple..ai.s0tr, Urtary and Womb dLeeaset, l Dlabt, te, ievoppfieoWs r, noo.t.enceof riee,Brl, ,M ..0 oB, Alcbumnura and Ln ell eaee where tro e brbk-dstdepoea, or thewathe c thokb, eloudy, mixed r wlthaiMacllLeobth whltoteofan orlreaIdelk w hitesnlk, ortherela morbid, dar ,ntun spper aMe. and white boneduldepdk anod whett eroe T h fmor of 12 Yeared Growl& R Cured b, sedway'o Be dress . DR. RADWAY'S 0 plarttly tasteless, eleganltly seated wlth awe gnurm ,pure,'reulae.,pufrfy, Glenae and saresthe,. "od.I Usr, Bowels, Kidneys Bladder. Nervol s, Headache3,C onmaUat. oue, Iarge ah ý a. pesml,lotouDenes. Blllousl eyer.Inflaalmlao ofihe bWae, Fo lea11 Dega uteloa of thn latnl scer. Waorantlcsjo ethedaposive s ure. fa Al2 wd .fRADWcArir 8 Pil f wll f esbthare . Sterly Review (Consrvativ )-brit. sah Quarterly Review (Evangeli cal) a ! ie - tminater Re Blackwood's EdiaJa Urgh Magain e. 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Four copies of the four Reviews atd Blackwood, for $,. and so on For Clubs of ten or wore perusoer, a copy grati T to the et. f theo e Club, in addRiioa0o tlhue above discount 1" 4 PREMIUM8.TO NEW 8UBSORIBE New subsCribers (applying early) fo e sn year 1873 may have, without charge0 the nmbes .or. the last qearter of8 d' f inch 'P.eiodicals as 'the ma* neteribe f tWo, three or four of tbe above Periodieols - iay have one of the "Foeur Reviews" ot't of the "iFour Reviews" for 8b72. - The Leonard Scott Publishing O., nnmer tr~hslat aa~ tj~fryif BITTERS. P Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters are a purely Veg etableprcparaotion, made chielly from the native herbs fiiunl on the lower ranges of the Sierra N\ev't. moul tains of California, lhe medicinal properties of which are extracted therefrom without the use of Alcohiul. The question is almost daily asked, " What is the cause of the unpar alleled success of VINEGAR BIT TErs ?" Our answer.is, that they Jremove the cause of disease, and the patient recovers his health. They are the great blood purifier and a life-giving principle, a perfect Reno vator and Invigorator of the system. Never before in the history of the world has.a medicine been compounded pos sessing the remarkable qualities of Via. BOsa BITTERS in healing the sick of every disease man is heir to. They are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, relieving Congestion or Inflanmat.ion of the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious Diseases The properties of DR. WAxK ER's VYissIAa BiTrmas are Aperient, Dia phorotie, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa tite, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter- rritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. Grateful Thousands proclaim VINEGAR BITTERS the most wonder ftt Invigorant that ever sustained the sinking system. No Person can take these Bit. ters according to directions, and re main long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or. other means, and vital or gans wasted beyond repair. Bilious, Remittent, and In termittent Fevers, which are so Drevalent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, lied, Colo rado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro anoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, through out our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarka bly so during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably ac companied by extensive derange ments of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon these vari ous organs, is essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to DR. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR Briaas, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy fune tions of the digestive organs. Fortify the body against dis ease by purifying all its fluids with VtinoAa BTrrEas. No epidemic can take hold of a srstem thus lire-armed. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, lead -che, 'aiu in the Shoulders. Coughs, •Tightness of. the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, 'nalpita tion of the heart, Inflamnation of the Lugs, Pain in the region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painfid symptoms, are the offsprings of )yspelsia. One bot tie will prove a better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled 'eck, G-oitre, Serofulous Inuflamnnations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial afltc tins, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sorb Eyes, etc. In these, an in all other constitutional Diseaises, Wa 7LKba'S V a oAaBTrras have shown their great our ativ.e powers in the most obstinate and introetable eases. F'or Inflammatory andChronic Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit tent and Internittent Fevers, Diseases orfthe Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis ey4s are caused by Yitiated Blood. lechanical Diseases.-Persons engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as Pluitbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and Miners, as they advance in life, are sub jeotto paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against thi, take a dose of WALtKra's Vlwekla Bnrrsas occasionally. FOrI Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt-Rheam, Blotches,Spots, Pim ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbaneles, Ring worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe J-a, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the 5kin, Hinmore and Diseases of the Skin of 'whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a short time by the use of these Bitters. ' 1in Tape, and other Worms, lurking in the spystem of so many thou -ands, are effectually destroyed and re moved. No system of medicine, no ver mniftges, no anthelminities will free the .systam from worms like these Bitters. ForFeinmaleComplaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womaihood, orthe turn of life, these Ton ho Bitters display so decided an influence that improvement is soon perceptible. Cleanse the Yitiated Blood whenever you nna s impanuites oursung throungh.the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Soren; cleanse it when you find it ob sitrated and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it whlien it'is foul; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood purc, and the health of the system will follow. R,. H. ~eDONIALD di CO., Drnggita &.Gen. Agt., San Francisco. Callfor. J aa A eo. of Wasldngton and Charlton StaLN.E oldb a ll Draggistsr and Dealers. •,· u msurs mm EXCELSIOR STABLE! hJa4seu, between 2d and 3d Sis. IVERY. SALE & STAGE STABLE! IAMl AGAIN IN CHARGE OF THE above Stable, and wiould be pleased to have aty: old friends and pat r,u to give me a call. I am prepared to accommo. uatethe public in the LIVERY LINE.- .The Stable is WELL 8SOCKED with HORSES, HAI CK S and BiCGIES ! andrwill hire them, and feed horsee at ,prceN to SUIT THE TIMES - BUT FOR CASH ONLY. I guarantee entire satia faction. N. L. McGINNIS. March 4th. Superinutndent. A BSOLUTE DIVORCES O-TAIN 'ed from Courts of different State for desertion, &c. No publicity es quired. No charge unnil divorce grants ed. M. HOUSE, Attorney, 194 Broadway, N. Y MEDICAL. I l ARE ENDORSED AND PRESCRIBED BY MORE Inea t lug Physiclaun than any rther Tonic or ittimn stalnt owin use. Thnram A SURlE PREVENTIVE, For Fever and Ague fItermittents, ilitasnesrs and -al di. Sorders artsng from malarlj:c eanes. They are J ghly r. ,. rmmendedat in Ag TIrDYTSlEPTIC, and In.t tl ef I.l. OESTION aearewauar. As an APPI:TIZI:It gl a )r. CUPERAT, ant is caes oat Or.NEIRAL DtBEiII.ITT they bare never na s nglaelnstance all dn In iprucln the ames happ resultn. Theyarepartlelarly BENEFICIAL TO FEMALTEN. Sd ihenlthelatlv. tisrlgeeating bth! sed. a iottlr, tia d etatlelty to the thole systeP . The IOE01 ItU. TY R.se e aopounded with the greatest of carte, ad nn tar. eo tiomalent hasever befere beens lrre toa the ibltit so PLEASANT TO tItTE TASTE aned at the snme time ehar bit. hag se many remedlal agents ndaoreed by the medrleal frater i. tyuthne bBttkelr. ohePlbarlsoplWia. Iteost but lit. i to gre them a fair trial. and S Evehry Family Shutold atve a Bottle. Nopreparatlio in the wrtd ran rxrltare as mvoo y unuqua' led endorsemenets by pbhyliaus oa the very highest standlng n their proessml n. af raclaed nio bay IN Cergy ned the lread of auomsi. tdeasijyeepere. S Raw. t's. i. RDacact. theoldest fetbrdlsit mtoisterln ft. Louts, says the ltmee ;inters we.e mo.t gratreful in Eontribu. tnug fn the Itatontion of my atreofth, and au N Irease of Oappettite. Oa-d Das., Jane 2. Ini. S Perea greatly debilitated. eas horCe heat, and whl1trqrti a roNes or r)AIasT, need al for nothing better than the MHme Bitters. R. W. COPE, J7Ars A. Jbesae a Co.- l have examined the trmulaa fy mautki the "iome Stomach Btrolr.," pltd u.d them in ths hoespital the last four mouths. I colder theme the mrt ra abhnle andtlnmulant now e n use. it. It. MELCOHE., Itslde.t Physelnln eharge U. S. Marine Cospptale PJaEis A JAIa eIDkCo.-iGeatlemnr: Aa yod have emn. a Poicmed to lhemndleal prtfetios the retipe of the "tHome Bitters," Iteanntt, tbrreebhe tidered as a Ipoten me - lene, ad patent having been taken f ch It. We hae enxamntd the formula for mahing the " loae Bittersa" and enhest. tingly sy the comblnnton Is one of rare extellence, ll tohe anlis used nt iseompeoltin are the best afthe ctines to which they belong. bea bhighly Tonle, Sttmutnt, tsatomechic. Carmlnrldte, nil sligtbly LexatUv. The medo of preparing them Is strictly In eeordane with the iule or phainars Having ased them I., our prlvatepractlce., we take peeaure In reomm .ndngI them to l persaons neiros of tating Bittesn, as being the bet Tonio rnd Stimulant ow olbred to the puts. lie. FRANK G. PORT:Ro Prof t Obttletns and Diesase at anein.u Clego o Phyl. lans, ald te o member BIoard of Health. L. C. BOISLINIRRf -Pref. Obsetri and Dlsa of Wom St. Louts w iod Cellece. 'E. A. CLARK, L. I,.. Prof. Surgery, Mo. tIedla College atd late p~eldeat Yi'hl. elan City ilopital, St. Louis Si;ourl. " HIERBERT PRIIM. Prof. Praetical Pharmecy It. Louis Coltere of Phnrmacy. J. d. WkIITEtIILL, Ed. Medical Archive,. A. Haueca, M.D. Dr. C. V. Fb Lt wstw. C. Otawtra, h. D. 8. Oanez Moros;t . D. a C. A. Wean, M.D. W:A. Wssox, iM. D. F. C. PRAKLIN, M. D., Prof. Surgery Homoarpathie Medical Colidee. T. J. VASTIVmt. Mi.D, ý . O. COhMSTOCK, . UD.. Prof. atof Midwifery and Diseass of Wmen, College of ommes pulthic Pbysicians and Bgo es. JOHN T. TEM PL., o . .,. Prof. Materia Medico and Theraupeuties. aomameathic Medtl eal College of Mlunoeri. iJN. CONvZLEM.AN, M. D..Lecturer On Disense of Children, h omaaspathi Collegse of serL Prof. of Physiology. Hremopthtio Meditl CIolege of Ma. JOHN IIARTAN, Y. D., Alf ClncalMediclne, GoCot. HoS-aoanthte Pbydlcans ansod 8urg'e. They are unpe· lor to all other Btomach Rltterr. SINHO SANDERS. Analytircal Chtmil. e litters In the world can ex.lo them SIMON HIuICH, Analytical Cthmlat. Eminent Physeinns of Chicolege. Theformla fi orthe Hlo Rlitter has been eubimtted to o,. and we believe them to be the bst tlni a th d nstimlelnt fw general on oewotesed to the publio. H. Weene, Nt. D., o. A. nmaa, 'Analytieal J. V. V . teaat, M. D. Chemist. Prof. Chemistry, Rlsh St. o. Itan, M. D., Medial Caollege. It. hVrAe , M. D. J. . Wii.a. iN. D,, aon'a. S. AttrcS-, H. D., T" S. IlHaO., h. D.. tr. Lsioame, M. .. Teeh. . oELtu, U. D., -Al. A. CLwme, If. D.. J.A. Intas. M. U. Eminent Plhyuselans in (tneinsona I, Yearly all of wrm are Proaean n one or the aother ten Medical Collegesa uo other fLtters htveever been ofan, to the aublte ~ breint an many valuable remedial areatt. J. L. Vo asaonm. s D., L. A. Jhesa M. D., C. T. Sisltrso, M. D., B. I'. Derat. II. D., C. i. ltoreeatr, rI. S.. 0. W. sttLta. t. U., W. T. Do..umno. 31. S.. . . er.. D., J. H. BUeaxa., hI. D., W. it tt'.uasrn. 'N. U.. O. A. Donnterv i. s., Rt.. Wrve., toh.m:Eat. C. ;eouoaWrt. M. D., O. K. TsYxIzt. M. it., D. W. IcCAnltr. BY, D., P. F. 31.em. M. D,, It. H. Juotsei , hM. D. S. B. Te:nLlrre, :1. I). Enainent Phyesicians in lem phls: Theu ho f re ittler area illa trabie ferdy fir tndigestio aed direa+e ir eisi fUem malnrial carte a. i. t. Tlarlerare. Ml. D.. ALEa. Eaiers. Mg. IT., in charge orf City Iteptl, M. . ite. tlu+. 31. It., . J. M. Rtoaem. i. U., PArt OrI Y h. m t., t. W. Pewee.,. 3. D.. H' . A. REutat, i1. D.. IS aaenlouD lr.., t. I).. J.e. I:. Luyrat. Y. D.. Eminenl I'hsilelan is Pitlsbeatrglti; R. Ft.Ds 3t. D.. Wntr. CLoes, M. i.. W. It. C L, D., M. .. II. i. WLu.. .\i. I.. 0. Warn. Cheeaut, .. It. MIeCt'Lseu, l. s. And laundredol o Others In Al lrts of the North. We.t aInd Souti,. Ayer's Catxi rtic Pills, Por nil the puposes of a IaxMatieg M edicine. ,l'renlt+ltrtttrt ttsetfll i ttl. citiC' irso uIrlrllt't'E:iiy retetiirt'd by oesey bryto a, p tattlsaenil , nor was ever any be i'so eta ltllivi'.rnltlly atloltetld A to ue, in li'valy e',oliltry and Inlrallne.ll ,'tlasse, as athlra itbltd htlul ticilt purgative J'1IL. ,'Ibe obvltoto reason is, thtit itls i Iore relia Iss and far muore el. fectala] remedy hllt aly other. Those who have tried It, know thlat it ctaterS themn; t•hose who Slave ant nlt*tio that what It loes once it does al ways .- that It eever fails through ally fault or ne. glect of its lompOeitloa. We have thottulds upon thousanlds of certiloates of tleir remanrkable eures of the followitsg complahlt, bItt such cures are knofm, in every neightirhoiod, astl we nseed slot piolish them. Adapted to all ages aid conditions in ael elmante; c ontainilng neither calomel norany deleterious dru.. they may be taken with sIeote by anyubodt.Tfleir sugtr.coatiug preserves ahes1, ever fwshl,nd hakeshemn pjleattaut to take, while being pnrely vegenible, no harm can arise fron their use in any quantity. They operato by their powerfiui Influence on the internal viscera to purify Ute blood and stimulate It into health actIon-remove the obstrnctions of the stomach, bowels, liver, an4.ther organs of the body, restoiing their irregularkactloi to health, ana by correcting, wherever they exist, such de rangements as are the first origin of disease. Ulnnute dls'ections are given in the wrapper on the box, for the following complaints, which these PUIs rapidly cure:- For DyaPepsIa or Judigd sel.., ltless. - m ,.~emyuor and Les of Appeutie, they dbnpm be taken molerately to stImuiato the atoem ach, and restore its healthy tone and sution. For Liver Cernmshtmnt and its various syrup. toms, BUlioes peeihhe, Sick Horat oche, Jammdiee or Green tcknstcl, 1il. lens Col.o and Illlon. Nevm's, they sholdd be Judiciously taken for each ease, to o'rrect the diseased action o' remove the obstructions which cause it. For Dysntery or Ditarrheaes but onS mrlddose I goneraly required. For flbeonmattam, Gomt, Qnruvel, Pal. p1aall n .of the iai't Palt in the Side, Back and lolrha, they should be eontln nousty tnken, as required, to change the diseased action of the systetm. With such change those Complaints disappear. For Dropsy and Dwepllcal Sowelllugs they should Be taken in large and frequent doseS k.produre the effect of a drastic urge. tor epprnrole a latge dose shonld he taken as it produces the desired effect by sym pathy. As a DIemnnu PUSl, tAke one or two PlArs to apromote digestion and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimnlates the stomach ana bowels into healthy action, restores the ap~pette, and invigorates the aystena. Hence it is often ad vantageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, oftc finds that a dos0 0f these Pills makes him feel dletideelly bet ter, from their cleansing and renovating effot on the digestive apparatus. Dr. J. 0. A YfE 0 CO., Practical Ckemiusls DR. 8HALLENBERCER'8 Fever ant Ague A N TI Do T E Alwaays Stops the Chtlls. Thiis edieane has been before the Publio afiteen y sad is stiU aed of all othes known remedies. It does not purge doe, not sickent the stomach, ie pe~retly safe in 7 is the only M ~diciue that will 7 CURE IMMEDIATEL ' Ague, because it is a perfect MA~ttote U Malaria. 4 8old by all Druspatl..