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hack, hbun and hancy.
-Oysters R out.
-Spell bound-B-o-u-n-d.
-Most babies are base bawlers.
-Real Bawl dresses-baby clothes.
-Advice to the man with an ap
ple--go to the juice.
-A noisy piece of crockery-the
cup that cheers.
-Our physicians are generally in
a fee-bill condition.
-"You've Been Drinking" is the
title of a new temperance song.
-Capital letters are the epistles
that contain remittances.
-"An hour with Burns" is the
subject of a lecture at Chelsea.
-The tallest man is he who rises
latest, because e he lays longest.
-Micawber sits in his garden,
waiting for something to turnip.
-The man who was filled with
emotion hadn't room for his dinner.
-What throat is best for singers
to reach high notes?-A soar throat.
-The latest car coupling in Indi
ana has been a marriage on a rail
way train.
-The man of sixty is exempt from
jury duty. Many wish to get off
like sixty.
-When a young lady gives her
self away does she lose .her self pos
session?
-Why are Cashmere shawls like
deaf people? Because you can not
make them here.
-French women do not make their
front hair look like a poodle dog's
back.
-What word is always pronoun
ced wrong, even by the best schol
ars? Wrong.
-"A splendid ear but a very poor
voice," as the organ-grinder said of
the donkey.
-Pittsburgh has a preacher who
thinks the theatre feeds on sin and
revels in iniquity.
-"All right old skillet-legs," said
a Kansas lawyer to a judge who fined
him for contempt.
-The man who shoots a dozen
cats this month will stand high in
the esteem of his countrymen.
-A Brockford man is willing to
pay 20 cords of wood for a wife who
will accord with his idea.
-Kissing your sweetheart is like
Lating soup with a fork-it takes a
long time to get enough.
-A policeman in New Yord has
robbed a prisoner of $1,000; but we
don't know that that's news.
-In a Dublin newspaper appeared
the following: "A number of deaths
are unavoidably postponed."
-The picnic season approaches;
a fortune awaits the druggist who
will get up a corner in cold cream.
-"Bob, how is your sweetheart
getting along ?" "Pretty well, I
guess; she says I needn't call any
more."
-A Georgia girl is going to lecture
on "kisses," in Washington. She
will borrow a man to illustrate on.
-A Cincinnati physician was ab
surd enough to take some of his own
medicine. The coroner's fee'was $10.
-A man'who attended the race a
few evenings since, says it was as
expensive as buying candy in a drug
store.
-Young men are so scarce in
MIemphis that one is considered
enough to take care of fourteen girls
at a picnic.
-A South Carolina county recent
ly refused to elect a man named
Giles sheriff because he had stolen
hogs.
-"I say, Pat, are you asleep?"
"Not a sleep." "Then he afther len
din me a quarther." "I'm asleep be
jabers!"
-A recent critic upon Othello had
the following: "The Moor, seizing a
bolster full of rage and jealousy,
smothers her."
-"I say, don't (hic) put any bay
rum (hic) on my face, 'cause it'll
make (hic) my wife will think I've
been (hic) drinkin."
-The drundard takes the pledge
and frequently breaks it; the pawn
broker takes the pledge and general
ly keeps it.
-A young man is on trial in Penn
sylvania for stealing nitro-glycerine.
He deserves a good blowing up.
-Ignatz Waltzghemitten, of Kew
York, swallowed his artificial set of
teeth while trying to pronounce his
nlame.
-There is a Brooklyn man who
wears mourning for his mother-in
law. He wears it on the lining of
his coat.
-A country boy, having heard of
sailors heaving up anchors, wanted
to know if it was sea-sickness that
made them do it.
-An Iowa editor recently notified
that a certain patron of his was
"thieving as usual." He declares he
wrote it "thriving."
-A New York book-keeper elec
vates a two hundred pound dumb
bell, and yet occasionally finds it dif
ficult to raise the wind.
-"'Five children at a birth! Good
heavens!" exclaimed the father, on
viewing this addition to his family;
-and ,,:-iuess so dull."
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Plain and Fancy LINEN and SILK Hand
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Feb. 11. 1874.-6 mo.
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EXTRA OLIVE SOAP.
made from the best materials and
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es Wholesale Agent.
IMPORTANT MEDICAL NOTICE! I
DRS. JORDAN & JACQUES, PROPRI
J etors of the Grand Anatomical Mu
senm and authors of "Medical Essays on
Marriage, the Causes and Cure of Proma
ture Decline in Man," beg respectfully to
announce to the public of New Orleans
that they have re-established themselves at
No. 17 Rampart Street,
Between Canal and Common streets,
where they may be consulted on all affec
tions, including Exhausted Vitality, Ner
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Natures and General Functional Derange
ments. Of long experience and practical
knowledge, having consummated some re
markable cures, and assiduously devoting
themselves to these
GREAT SPECIALITIES,
they feel confident of their ability to ef
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Office hours fromn 10 a. om. 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. in., save in ur
gent cases, where the calls or patients
will be promptly responded to.
No one should be without a copy of the
above Guide.
Books to Health and Mauly Vigor de
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those particularly who, improperly treat
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are urged to visit them, they in no in
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No. 17 Ruampart St. between Canal and
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One interview necessary to a proper
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NEW YORK.
NEW YORK WORLD
FOR
1874.
WEEKLY, SEMI-WEEKLY, DAILY.
TmITE GREAT DEMOCRATIC VICTO
ries an New York, Ohio, Maryland and
Viruinia. the startling Republican defeats
in Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas and Illinois,
foreshadow the election of a L)emocrltite
Congress in I1'4, and the election of a
Democratic President in 1876
*The secret of the triumph already won
has been steadfast adherence to the organ
iz1,timl, unflinching fidelity to the princi
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has been faithfiul to its trust. When faint
hearts talked of a spoiled party, a new
party, it bore aloft the flag or the historic
indomnitable Democratic party. That flag.
inscribed with the legends Free Trade and
Farmers' Rights; Hard Money and no Mo
tiopolies,-the Demoorats of Ohio and
New York carried to a glorious victory
subverting Grant majorities of 37,000 and
51,0t0.
A new c.treer now opens before the De
mocracy--more glorious and more henefi
cent than its past ca:reer, identified though
that be with the founding of the republic,
its expansion across the continent, its
half cent ury of prosperity and peace.
The open secret of its future, as o1 its
past aid present triumphs, is still a stead
fast adherence to the organization, an un
flinching fidelity to the principles of the
Democratic party-principles n e v e r so
needful as now to be applied throughout
our National, State and Municipal life, to
heal the wounds and demoralizatiou or
war, to stop corrupt and profligate expen
diture, to limit and localize powers en
trusted to the people's servants, to liberate
our induistries from the fetters of a barbar
ons Tariff, our trade from the fluctuations
of an irredeemable paper Currency, and
our agriculture from the double plunder
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sound materi. Scrofult BaJI Ult.l Consomplon,
Glandulr dlsess Ulcers oat, Moth, T
Aosne Bko ts, nher mrlin oheFles os le
eelntbe Womb, and all weakenin sad pan
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wondero t Modemndhenitry anQaf ssý
theabpearson ustgittIretthero ofthetbeIcsc
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Sthedark-colored viscid matter with which
the'bowels are loaded, at the same time
stiinllfating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tions of the digestive organs.
Fortify'the body agiinst dis
ease by purifyifig all its fluids with
VnaroAa Brrsass. No epidemic can
take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
acbe, Pan tin the Shoulders. Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Erhutations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart,' Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the regionef the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
.are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of its
hterits. thn a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, ErysipClas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflaimmations, Mercurial affec
Stions, Old.Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Bore Eyed, 'tc. in these, asin all other
constitutional Diseases, WALKER'S VIN
oaaBIrTrsas have shown their great cur
Ative ioWers in the most obstinate and
Intractable cases.
' For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheamatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
• tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases,are caused by Vitiated Blood,
* lechanical Diseases.-Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take, dose of Waitxa's
V Aa BIarras occasionally.
Eor Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Rheum,Blotches, spots, Pim
plel. Piustules, Boils, Car buncles, ing
r worm, Scald-head, Soreyes, Elrysipe
las, Ith, Scurfs Discolorations of the
8kLii;'Humo and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or natare, are literally
dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking' in the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
Smifuges, no anthelminities will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
ForIemaleComplaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
Swomanhood, orthe turn of life, theseTon
is Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
S Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
wasieever you una its impurmres oursnmg
h tluQnah the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
eroes; cleanse it when you findit ob
stected and aluggish in the veins; eleanse
N it ,bwhen it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
.ealt of the system will follow.
,;  ,R . . AeDONALD a cO,
:r: umt & Gen. Agta., San Fimanalsoc Califo
01.ubis o 0eWarsbington andChsarlton Sta,N.e
5 by £ll Druggists and Delers.
EXCELSIOR STABLEI
Jakctso, between 2d and 3d Sts.
LIVERY,.SALE & STAGE STABLE.!
I AA AGAIN IN CHARGE OF THE
.abo ve Stable, and
would be pleased to have
bmy. old friends and pat
rone to give me a call. I
am pi pared to accommo
date the public in the LIVERY LINE.
The Stable is WELL SfOCKED with
HORSES, H AC K S and BUiGGIES!
abd will hire them, and feed horaes at
rces to SUIT THE TIMES- BUT FOR
ASR 'ONLY. I gnarantee entire satis.
faction. N. L. McGINNIS.
Aarph 4th. Superintendent.
A BSOLUTE DIVORCES "OBTAIN
ti ed from Conrts of different State
for desertion, &e. No publicity re
quired. No charge until divorce grants
ed. . • M. HOUSE, Attorney.
1.1 Broadway, N. Y
MEIMC) Iut
3 Ri(DORaSRD AD PssCIRED BY aORE haT.
: e l Phylliln thUlianyl o nthf Tooie or 5tIa.
A IURE PREYENTIVTEt
Aers ilai+LAt Cil pias. They ar hig ll a rt.
Wunladd a 6haottDYBPEPTh , ranop a osts bof p ,It
GORTION are eovanTaas. As an APPETIZE.R ar R!..
CUPRRtA., nd Io cap s of OT.RIEAL DEtIIt.vTY they
e neverin e ilenlan~0 i ed h odoing the  ts
BsoagRhent gthe bodi,. tinviottg the m ion, m .ed . rlan
tone mand dlitrci to e V otoe ystem. The lM Rt
PER9 ore simpouded with tha tmatet of ecre, and no ton.
Sstniulant haoveber o l en orneed to the ps.blte
BLEASANT TO TB TAST San at the name time or.b.i .
lag n many remediail aeontsedormd by the medicl tfrtetni.
as the est knowr to thePiareopublio. it ooUte i bt ti.
tie to gvle te a f.are trial. and
Every IFamily Sonuld Have a iottier
No preparation in tbo word can rodu to o nay nqa~el
ed endorsements by hyoistlan Of she very hihellt oanint
Lodoried aoo ir the CUle and th.e iosUedotom .
tonalpapers.
Rev, Wi. R. IBacocS. oth Otdest Methodist miuttollt Sit
Lou.s, nays the Home tltters we'e mont grateful in conterls
ting o the rtaation of my tresgth, no an lmatena o
appetite. O -enra Mo., June, eL
Perso~n greatly debilltated nl hove been, and who req
a vo'bt or vmLsoinee Inoed seek for anolhi better tasn
lione Bitters. R , t. COPIt
Prensnng Elkt !o. R. Church, Piottboeg iDintte
Sw. d tr t it., 0LD . O , 150. a
Janx A. JIAcNN 00.- Ic hareeiumitaed tha tormnlla
mang t.he "Home Stench Btters," and uCed them in tbl
,pitalhe lastmt. nith. I oonler hemn the moe al.
abletoteol andm tan stanw n ose . . H. M oha.e
Bltdett Physlcian In charge U. . Marino Hospital.
Jraue A. J.MnOt & Co.-Gtentletmen A you have ete.
moalented to the medical proeession the recipe of the Ro
Bittern' it cannot, therefore e oonsidered a paiott e '.
olne, no pateat havtn haa. tron fore. _whlve elmned
the tortonio for naktng the " Itome Bittersn." and ,estea
tinsl nay the combhiation soneof rare exolalence, li the
atieused oin it compositio are the mrt of the eIn is
hoch they oelosg, elng bighly Tons, Btpitaurnt, utoumele.
oatwnlitnie an lightlyaIrAtive. The met of peualpe
hbemis trheml tadooodanewllt thtaes ofhitt
NavInl led thesm l co t.ati o teoIUts lo pl ao s
rellmmndion them to _J  oon o destibe o taing itten,
to. nRANK 0. PORTmRs
Pnf etoflmec o and Dineon ofl Woo, Co llege of Phy
lans. and late member Board of Hnalth.
LO. BOaSLiNIUR Prof. ot
Obestols rnpdDiseas oes of tisCo h
. .or ASRe o nep n . a is xR 01ai . Coll-r.
Lte PeeVT o e. Mm Medianl Callege
.. A. CLAr, E • o is.,
Prb.L5MI M Me1dial e l ate RsidCAnt Bh.in
cot h Coe cal. Bo to* if lPlor e sh
HERBERT PiII.. Prt.
Prntcl s Pharmacy at Let Colrate of Pharmbcy.
.J. dl . WIITEHILLe .Ido eedi Arehiy.
Av. Hacocx, . D. Dr. Ch V. F. L wia,
C. ea wn, m. D. 5. atelisu, t. D.
1e. 0. PItLIN, ho. b.0
' Profen. Sgey, Heotmopathie medical Cot eg. '
T. J. VASTqfo. M.D.. T. 0. COMSTOCK, Y. I..
Prtio phyf liltans and Surgeons. , ollge
JOHN T. TIMPLE , tM. M1D
Prof. Matoria Medlca and Thenrupeiltie. nomopalthbo Ie .
elt College of Mlslourl.
JdnO. CONELtMAkf, ML D., LectPer
O f HARLES VASTINI.. M. 0..
Prof. of Physiology, Hsoeeon-thie UMedical College . Pof.
Clincal Medicine, Col. Howotopithbl phynlelnan and SaL.
They are nperior to alt other itoeeh BitteIr.
ENNO SANDERS.tatlalytsh sohemac
Io Bitters iinthe world can ect the n
SIMON HItCH, Atayteal CheminTe.
Eminent Plbyslelane of C'hleago.
The fornula for thoe ioms tters hau been seubmitded m a
and we believe them to be the best tonlo and stimuinot 6i
general usenowofferd to the publio.
0. A. Mtcm. Analytical JoA. V. Z. BLtav, t. D.
Chenmilt. Prof. Clhemitry, aRh
H.. Hfon, M. D., Medteal Cololeg.
B. McIetAS, t. D., J. U. WoeBta M.D.,
NoIes. 8. Bmess, M. D., T- 8. Horm., ' .. -
II. LDRt., Mt. D. T e. T. ERLt, . D.,
Jt . A. CoDas,, M.D., J.A. ilion , . D.
EmlnentPhysleSans in Clninllnali
Nearly lltof whoroL a 1tooeo In one or the oter of It
o other Bitter have ever been offered to the public e!.
bracing so mDany sluable rmedioents.
J. !,. VArtto M.D., A. Jason, X. D.,
C. T. Stepreoe, . D., i. P. Horxi , M.f D..
C. 8. Musaonar, M. D., G. W. Blslta, . D..
W. T. TaLseLraso. M. D . J.. QCues. a. D..
J. H. Berane, l. D, W.. BWonwmal, M. D
G. A. Donare, it. D., B. . WAVXI, Chemfist.
C. WOODWIt, I. D., O. K. TArton. M. D.,
D. W. McCtovn. to, D., P.. .M itsv. M. D.,
R. H. Joussoo, M. . 8 . B. Toeelno, M. D.
Emsinent Physielans in lleunihlBat
The Home Bitte rlare an irnslubic renmedy for ldieuilnau
and dl s arie ag rom mtreaial noules.
O. B. TonSrox, M.D.. AeLx. seeal, M. D,.
Sin charoge of City Hlospltal, M. B. Hoaon, . D.,
J. . Reoomn, N. .D., PAUs. OeY, X. D.,
H. W. Pvum nSo, M. D., t. A. l.,:,o i., o . P.,
8annroan BeLL. to D.. Joe:; i.'i.vo.e. U. D..
Eminent PhysUlelans in Pid,.buirgflt
B. F. DAos. M. D., 0W. CoWe, M. i..
WP. R. Cae, i a., D. ll. Wtln.LWa. t. . D..
0. Waen. Chemist, J. H. e Cs.al.roo, X. .D
And lHundreds of OthOerl .
lato inl e of tIhe North, West and South.
Ayer's Cathartic:' Pills,
For all the purposes of a L.Uivt
Medioino.
rerhapanoonomeli.
requti'ed by levery.
body as tia ,ijartio,
nor trats ever anybe*
tore ro Itnliversally.
adopted into use, t/)
tnt i' l ollal5is5es,U
this milf d But ehi'celen
obvious reasot Ii,
that it is a more IeVla.
ittati ieb and far more e
facttmil remetldy than anyother. Thone who baY
tried It, know that it cired thensi those who have
not know thaitit cu,-e theltneighbori and frlefda;
and all knetw hint what It does once It dose a.
wys~-that it neverf i ris through tnay fteultortue'
ltofosand of crtioicates of their remarkabletltrts
of the following complslntse but snch cucrs ha.
known in every neilghborhood, and we need .elt
.publish them. Aldapto tO all ages and codIat
In .al~limai.; contailnng itoilor lom.elnot.sh
deleterious drug, tey. Imay he takeziwttrtmtay
bynhbody..Ther sItvr+ -cetinPf preserfe_ 55
ever rsh,sae mnnms ethm pleesant er U. s
being purely vegetable, no harm can &a trom
their use i any quantity.
Tiseyoperate by their powordul iuuene.eoe tm
Internal viscera to purit the blood and etlptlit5
It into healthy action-remove the obneteteilOlt '
of the stomach, bowels, liver, and otherol~5fl of
thebody, restoring theirrre.gslaratlonto . IIt
and by correctIng, wherever the exist, enen io
ronogtoents as are the first orlgi of diseas.
Minute directions are given in the wrapper on
the box, for the follbwing complaints, which th5
?ilis rapidly ctre:-
For Dyspepain or Indigeetom , mLE ti5_
uhouldbeittrklnmoderately to atuent
h, and restore its healthy tone andr ctlon.
For Liver Voanjliint and ire varousiarp
tome, Bilioesn HsAmehe, llk snadhe
ache, tumcidese or Qhenm Sleknes e Iele
Ioen Colic and Billons Perers, they should
be Judiciously taken fort-ech ease, to correct th
diseased action or remove the obslunctions which
cause It.
For Dysentery or D]arLm, but ge
mild dose is generally requaire n l, .
plemlorn of she Imanr4 Palm in .ho
51de, Back arid ,ola., they should be cohtiP
ounsly taken, as reqttmirel, to ciange the disetsed
action of the system. With such change these
complaints disappear.
For Dlolny . and Dropscsi I .eit
they should be taken in large and freqltent -O
to produce the effect of drastio urge. .. L
For Supprseulon alarte dose enoaeldil
taken as It produces the desired edlet by sym-.
As a Din.er Pilt, take one or two PW to.
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasIonal dose stimulates the stomach .,t
bowels Into healthy actIon, n'orete te aPPeOe,
lnd invlgorates the system. Hence It Is obq+5
vantaeous where no serIous derangemente lil.
On who Pels tolerably well, loen dsud thata.
dose otthese iUs maes hIm eel decidedlybet
5.tsn, ..om their cleansing Rod enatng efec 01
the dIgestIve apparatus,
.D3. .r. 0. All < CO., Pewedcld CkemdisU,
L;OWELL. il4Iaa,, 1U. 5. . .
DR. 8HALLENB£RCERs8
Fever and Agnu
at Always Stops the Chills.
Il ThisMedicine has been before the nblio
iJ Oft yesea ani is still head of ll othet
not sicken tho stomach, is perelotly soe in,
any dose and inder aU oircumntsllne i'
isthe only Medicine that will U
e- CURE IMI D n AT I&Y
tAgno, becaus it is a perfeS.oAl*uti°
mparla. r
' [bold by all Druggilt5.

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