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To itkk erysipelas ami all liitfli in flammation ot the skin, apply a simiile ponHioe of crunlarni'H )h. muled tine, Mid applied iii u raw state. ('di. us an- oftt'ii caught ly standing in an opts ball or doorway daring fold weather. The traiihition t the eold ami warm eurreuts BSsSJBBf thf trouhlf. Thk iirst ibaorMag MtbalMMt lot easing tlif l:iin t' bee-stings is liesli lean meat. This will relieve the pafti o a wa.-p-stin almost instantly, ami has batfl ncmmm ltd lot the cure ot rattlesnake-bites. It is also used with nuirkcil effect in erysipelas. To cure felon prevention is bettor than cure. When I soreness is felt iin BUMM the linger in a basin of ashes and eold water; set it on the stove while cold, ami stir it continually without taking ir ""t the lye is ,-o hot that it Cannot ba boilM any longer. If the soreness is not gone in half an hour, re peat it. Twf easiest and simplest remedy for ehapped hands is found in every man's kitehen closet, and is nothing more than common starch. Keduce it to au impalpable powder, put it in a muslin ba. a&d keep it In the table-drawer. Win -r yon take your hands out of dish-water or suds, tripe tlieni diy with a soft towel, and while yet damp, shake the starch bag all over thtiu ami rub it in. The afloat is most agreeable. FOB an adhesive plaster, take resin, one pound ; beeswax, one-quarter pound ; Jbn guudy pitch, one-piartcr jmund ; gum-turpcntiiH', two ounces ; gum camphor, one ounce, Put the tirst foot Article! into a vessel and melt; then put in the camphor in small pieces; stir until dissolved ; then pour into cold water and work as wax ; then roll Into suitable -dicks tor use. This is to spread on muslin, canvas or leather, bv heat. RsMEDl Fon Soiu: TiinoAT. Take one large Md peppet, such as are grown for family use; steep in a pint of water, alter winch strain in a quart of molas ses, adding a little vinegar : boil all to gether to a thin sirup ; use it whenever the throat feels dry or disagreeable ; it it be dead ol night it will aoothethe throat (and not irritate ami warm it up Well. If sharper than can be borne in the mouth, put it back near the palate with a spoon, and swallow ; apply out wardlv a thin slice of suit iork. warm. r X 1 - iug it up well m vinegar and pepper ; apply as hot s can be torne on the throat. Mi li af Journal. Cakmolic Acid. Carbolic acid in a fluid form is a cheap article. To disin fect an apartment two or three tea spoonfuls may be nut m a bucket of water ami scattered about with a whisk broom. Or the same 01 even a smaller quantity may be placed in a dish and I mixed with sand. The evaporation 1 from this will disinfect the air. If the ait should become too strongly charged i the evaporation maybe checked by DOT ering the dish mote or less. Tins at mosphere, containing carbolic acid, is healthy, and soon becomes quite agree able, especially when associated with its power as a destroyer of infection. The bedclothes, blankets, etc., and the clothes worn by persons having disease OT coming in Contact with such, may be washed with soap now manulactured, containing carbolic acid, or common maybe us d, with two or three; teaspoon! Ola of carbolic acid added to the suds. Thus may complete disinfee- tion be produced in bedclothes or body- clothes ol patients subjected to small pox or any infectious disease. Why Women are L'ulical t Ii . Many of the phy sical evils the want of vmor, the inaction of system, the languor and hysterical affections which are 10 prevalent among the delicate young women of the present day may be traced to a want of well-trained mental power and exercise of self-con 1 trol, MM to absence of tixed habits and j employment. Keal cultivation ot the I intellect an earnest exercise of the moral power ol Knowledge and the strengthening of its capabilities for of feet, dor firmness, for endurance of in evitable evils, and for energy in combat ing such as they may overcome, are the ends which education has to attain. The power of the mind over the body is immense. Let the power be called forth, let it be trained and exercised, and vigOt of mind and body w ill be the result. There is a homely, unpolished saying, that it is better to eear out than to rust m ; but it tells a plain truth ; rust consumes taster than use. Better, a million times better, to work hard, even in the shortening of axiatenoo, than to Bleep and eat away the precious gift of life, giving no other cognisance of Its possession. Madttmt d Wahl, .Magic in Uutter. An Ingenious gentleman is now study ing in Washington for a patent upon a ehurn of astonishing efficiency. 1 1 seems to be composed of ssTetal cylinders, one within the other, the outer one of some metal, and the mm r one to receie the milk. V some secret ptOOCSS, siiji-po-. d to be electrically or galvauically chemical, this BUtptising murium- eon Verts pint ot milk into a pound f but ter in less than a minute, and is said to be Capable of making as high as seven pounds and three -q uarters from one gallon of pure milk at the same light ning speed. Said butter is alleged by skeptiot to be "a granulation of the nutritious partieh-s of milk, only resem bling the butter of the old process;' but Sfl it cannot be distinguished in taste from the choicest country article, and need not OOOt more than about five OOUtl a pottnd to make, there should be a pretty sure market for it. Nf.wsi'ait.ks vs. Whisky. A glass of whisky is manufactured from about TO gram-- of coi n, the value of which is too small to be est imated. A glaSS of thil mixture sells for a dime, and, if a good brand, is considered worth the money. It tins the bu m, deranges and weakens the BTSteniL On the same side board at Which this deleterious beverage is -l ived, lies a newspaper. Jt is covered with half a million typos- it brings in telligence from t Ik four quarters of the globe. The newspaper costs lens than the glass of grog, but it is no less tmr that there is a large number of p ople who think corn pin e cheap, and news papers dear. Wwthinyton Prt9, The ffexi Senate. The terms of twenty :io Senators ex pire on the tt h of Hateb nest, and Mm successors of seven of them have al ready been elected. S UStOt TllUnnaii of Ohio is the only one, so far, who has been chosen to succeed himself, From Mississippi B. L. Btnoo, color ed man, will supplant 1 1 K Pease, both Republicans. From Maryland, Will- iam Pinckney White will succeed Will iam T. Hamilton, both Democrats, From California, Newton Booth, Inde pendent Republican, will succeed John S. linger, Democrat. Connecticut, Texas and Virginia have elected I etno CratS in place ol Kepubliean incum bents William W. Baton iii place of William A. Buckingham. S. i;. afaxei in place of Joseph W. Flanagan, and F. 1. Withers in place of John F. I towia. Of the eight, en Senators whosr BUO OOSSOrs are still to be chosen, thirteen Gilbert of Floridia, Fratt of Indiana, Hamlin of Maine, Washburn of MaSi schnsoMa, Ohondior of Michigan, Ram sey of Minnesota, Stewart of Nevada, Scott of Pennsylvania, Sprague of Rhode Island, Brownlowof Tennessee, Edmund! of Vermont, Boreman of West Virginia, and Carpenter of Wis consinare Republicans; three Bohurz of Missouri, Tipton of Nebraska, and Fenton of New York are Liberals ; and two Bayard of Delaware and Stockton of New Jersey are Demo crat. Of the States now represented by llepuldieans, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, Penn sylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont may be set down as safely Republican ; Tennessee and West Virginia as pretty surely Democratic; and Floridia, Indi ana, and Wisconsin as doubtful. Of those represented by Liberals, Missouri will certainly elect either Mr. Bchurz or a Democrat, and New York and Ne braska will almost BUrely elect B 'pub licans. The Democratic States will probably be Democratic still, though there is $ slight chance for the Repub licans in New Jersey. Louisiana, now represent' d in but one if her Senatorial chairs, will probably ehocSO S Denn crat. The Senate stands at presmt Repub licans, 51 ; Democrats, 19 ; Liberals, 3; vacancy, 1. Of those whose terms ex pire on t he it h of Match next it are Republicans, fl Democrats ami : Liber als. The new delegations will probab ly stand 15 Republicans and 8 Demo crats; with '.i doubtful ; making the po litical complexion of the Senate, after March 4th, 1875, Republicans, ID ; Dem ocrats, 'J2 ; doubtful, 9. Hew a Future Chief-Justice Killed a Pig. In a private letter to a friend, Chief Justice Chase wrote as follows: One ludicrous incident of the chore kind impressed itself strongly on my memory. The Bishop and most of the older mem bers of the family went away one morn ing, he having ordered me tt) kill and dress a pig while they were gone, to serve for dinner that Jay or next. I had 00 great trouble in catching and slaughtering B tat young porker, and 1 had the tub of hot water all ready for plunging him in, preparatory to taking oil his bristles. Unfortunately, how ever, the water was too hot, or other wise In wrong condition, or perhaps when I soused the pig into it I kept him too long. At any rate, when 1 under took to take otV the bristles, BXpOOting they WOUld 00026 off Of themselves, to my dismay I could not start om-of tin m. The bristles were set, in pig-killing phrase. I picked and pulled In vain, what should 1 dot The pig must be dressed. In that there must be no fail- j ure. I bethought me of my cousin's ' razors, a nice new pair, just Milled to a sptttOC young clergyman, as he was. No sooner imagined than done. I got the 1 rasom and shaved the pig from toe to snout. I think the shaving ol the pig w is a success. The1 razors were some what damaged in the operation, They were carefully wiped and restored to their place. My impression is that, u the whole, the pig-killing was not satis factory to my uncle, and my good cousin found his razors not exactly lit for 080 the next morning. Barrel asni Eiamptei of emery, There are examples of memory so . very extraordinary that, but fot the best of authority and frequent repetition, they would be too inciedible for belief. , Fortius LattO, says Seneca, retained to the last a lucid remembrance of all the declamations he had ever delivered. C'vrus, according to Pliny, knew the ' name of eyery soldier in his army; the same is related of Sfithridates, who could repeat the name of his vast army ol si), 000 men. Bcipio knew by name all the inhabitants of Home; and it is said likewise of Oeorge 111. that he never forgot a face he had once seen, nor a name he had ever heard. Themis toeles could f;l I by name eery citizen of At hens, alt hough the numbot amount ed to 20.000. Both Napoleon L and Napoleon 111. had extraordinary powers of memory, It is said of the first that he OOUld repeat the names of his fullest regiment, having heard the list but once read. Later in life, discovenng one of his old soldiers in a certain stoneCUj t.er. 1 he was able at ODCS to tell the rank lie had held in the army, the exact corps ! and regimen! he belonged to, where he had served, and the individual character ha had borne for bravei v. The Doctors and the Temperance Ones t ion. The following resolutions were a h pt- cd by the American Medical Associa tion, recently in session at Detroit : JbeotofS That, in view of the alarming prevalence aim in eneci ot intemperance, with which none ure ho familiHr a iin mlieis of the BBSdlOSi pffOfeSStea, and which have r illed forth from eminent KukIimIi h sk uum the voice of warning to tho o l of (treat Ihitam UWiesilliwa the ue of alcoholic hevor- ages, es. as sssmben of Ike medical prof as moo of t lie United Btsiss, unite m tfcoosslsis- tion that we lolieve that alcohol utionlii he clas-ed Willi o'her powerful dru'M : that when jireconhod medically it should SO OOOi with c iii-.ciei.ti.aiH 00 St hlS and a sense of real re- Bpoastbility. SJpOOfa . That WB arc of the opinion that the list of aichoiic liqoon a beverage is productive of a ISffS amount of Bktstssl and mental dineasr, that it entails diseased appe tites ami eiifiel led coi.f tiliuioiis u pou off spring, and that it ih a eaune of a Isrgo pot centage of the crime and pauperism of our iare oiUos and country. jpootocd, that wo would welcome any change in public sentiment that would confine the use of Inloxiostios liqaors to the Ue of science, art, and medicine. Slang. Slang is defended as "one of the fPOdeta Of the I'.nghsh language." Tt is tine that many of our commonest Kn gliali words, Hindi as " fun," "donkey," and " conundrum," were one slang. A curious set ol Kuglish phrases is given by rec. iit writer " A w iaS BOnOUt wuh pu.Jed that a "Welsh rabbit shottld OM M a piece of toasted cheese, so he deemed that it must be a corruption of Welsh rarediit. The public DOliOTed him, and took to spelling it accordingly SO that even now the best edition of Webster's dictionary gives it as 'prop erly Welsh rate-bit. Now the whole of tins is stutv and aonaenso j the rery name rare bit i a Aotkm, and Waten rabbit is a genuine slang term, belong ing to large group which describe in the same humorous way the special dish or product or peculiarity of a pyrtieuhtr district, for examples : an Kssex stile is a ditch, and an E&B01 Uon Call ; a Field-lane duck is baked sheep's head ; OlaSgOW magistrates, or GkMUOOk hams, or Norfolk capons, are red her rings ; Irish apricots, or Minister plums, are potatoes ; (iravesend sweetmeats are shrimps, and a .Jerusalem pony is a donkey." Household l'ets. M Down with pets " says the cynic an opinion with which all kindly-lolk will disagree. Pets should always be tolerated, for tiny have their proper place in every household. If they lur tiisli to the young imaginary play-fellows, if they help older people to forget the cares of the present ami soften in them the austeriticsof this hard world's life if, above all, they can be made morally significant, let us not condemn them as unworthy of our regard. Frol icsome kittens, sweet singing-birds, brave old dogs and shall we not add, merry -hearted children have bright ened and gladdened and sweetened tins world to many. The Secret of nptt vittiou. -Peaturni of rirecian mold, a wrll-tui ned neck, and beautifully i -.Ml eii ai in, am no duubt very nu i thiutf to have, and ladies who potttM thoso chai nig hare r camn to be thankful to M"thor NOtvrO; yet, utter all, tbp mot caiiti vati Bfl f all womanly charmi U a l"irc, frPBli and brilliant o niilexion. This Riipcrlati vc fauclnatiou any lady muy Bueuro bj uilnu BSOSB! Maiimim.u Halm. Ye om Moslossi Hintnnsj LteisaosM iai lirudticed more enrps of rheumatiam, neuralgia, si'raing, acaldi, burns, ialt rbeum, lore miiplci, hwellin, lanieiieii, cbaiuicd band, pOlBOOOM bitos, ttiugi, bruiiei, c, Ac, on men, women and ehtldrtn, and opralni, ttrains, uallr. ntitT JottttO, intlauimatnm, So., in beasts, than all other line Hu nts pat toKutber. 1 1 wi 11 do w bat is promised or ye money refunded. The (o mill Kt volution ix Mkihcal Trkat mk.vt. Whlefe was eomnicnced in lt-oo, la still in prOgTOM. Nothing can stop it, for It is foundnd on the pniHlplu, now uni versally ai know led fOd , that physical vinr iv the most formidable antagonist of all human ailments, and experience has shown that 1'i.ANTATiuy BlVTSSI is a peerless iuYlifor ant, as well as tbe bolt possible safvtfuaid u'aliist upulemic diseases. KciiliimatiliK the Hair.- When the hair ceases to draw from the scalp tbo aatural lubri cant which is its sustenance, its vitality Is, as it were, suspended, and, if not promptly attended to, baldness will be tho certain result. Tbe one guru fthod ofTOiSISS BSSS u ii pleasant calaatropbe hi to usw I.rua's KATIIAIU05, which, whan well rubbed into t ho scalp, Mill speedily reaniluatotbe Iiao and prevwnt kt trOBI falling out. THJHTY VKAKS" KXI'KKIKM KdK AS OLD l KM . MBS. WINSLOW'S SOOT11INO 8YBUP 18 THB PKK3CIFTI0N OP one of the best Pemale Phygt ctaus and Nurses lu tbo United States, and has beoti usod for thirty year ylth never failing a.'ety and succesa by millions of mothers and children, from the feeble infant of one weok old to tbe adult. It correct acidity of tho stomal h, ro lievcs wind colic, regulates tho bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort to mother and chiid. We beliovc It to be the Best and Surest Bomcdy la tho World la U cases of DYSENTEKY and MAI: HHI'.A IN GHXLSSSaT, whether it arises from Ttcthing or from any other causo. Pull directions for using will accompany each Lottie. None Oonu M unless the fae-simile of CUBTIS A PKBKINS is on the outsida wrapper. SOLI) BT SJsL MKOICINK DKAhKBB. CIULUHKN OWTMM bOOK PAIIC AND HCK from no other cans than havtinf worm In the stomach. BBOWN'8 VP.P.MIPUOK COMP1TB will destroy Worms without Injury to the child, being perfectly WHITK, and free frum all color ing or otbor lajarloai ingredieuts usually used In worm preparation!. CL'UTIS BROWN, Proprietors. Mo. I Pv.lton Street, New York. s-l1 by DruggutB ntcf fJatai'si an4 dir ti m . . at TwaiTv-rva oairra a Roi HOUSEHOLD! w'u VoM 1 To all persons suffering from Bhenmatisra, Neuralgia, Cramps In the limbs or stom ach, Bilious Colic, Pata in tbe back, bowels or side, we would ay Thb Hottbbh. l0 Pajiacca and Pamii.y LiMHuitTte of all others the remedy yon want for luternal and external nse It has cured the above com plaint! In thousands of cases. There is no mistake abnut it. Try it. Bold by all Druggists. PANACEA AND FAMILY LINIMENT. HOUSEHOLD PANACEA AND FAMILY LINIMENT. (tj I k l'iv AffStfl wanted ever where. PartiCV JP 1 UlargfrSM A rt A gen. y. HN I It Ii M.. St Lotltt, w' il WICKIt.. Agents wauted, partis- lars free. J. Worth A Co . 81. Louis, Mo. OUR niCTURE QAPER sent fr. n, a lio want Htanrlard Iniplement- it lowcal caahprieea. Adrliat 1 1 rouS'oaK, MasstBonO, 4iPT PKK DAY OonnHsBtoaor SMIU a week . ) Salary, and expenses. We offer it and will pit v 1 1 Apply miw.ti.w rlilirroi. I'o. Mar ton. O AUKMTM W ANTftCD Men or Women, - 1 . week or SlOO forfeited. The im rvt Jrrr. Write ut om v to CdWK.N A CO., fth St., New York. DYKBTISKRSt Send cents to GEO. P. BOW. P.I.I, TO . 41 Park Sow, New York, for their PsMSipMsi " ' ;ore., containing lists Of 9000 news papers and estimates showing cost of advertising. M( I'l V We will pay IB to If pr cent. ' 1 ' '.t IJ I 111 4 VanCS and BlVS good se etirtty. State amount -uii desire to invest. Ad dress Scurity Kurids. P () Hi x :.l .. ciiiciiinatl. VATK1I tUKKTNtimHI tbeiifeof ( 1 11 Sumner, by Rev. Ellas Naaon jull. complete, and authentic. A tine opportunity for wide-awake canvassers. h u. autaiLL, rsstiBiof. inBiaa.Msss. int. m i.. i. nn na F M ILY P I VSK f X Will be sent free by mall to anv one sending their address in 714 Broadway. New Ymk. OUR NEW "I. Alius- KbIBBB1 contains V artli les needed by evcty lady Patent Spook Holder, Scissors, Tiumide. . guaran t d woith fl Vi. Sample lt.,x bvmall. ocei.ts. Agents wanted. I'M VIU Co., Ii"- B. xtb street, I'biU lelphia, Pa. ANY seiolinif the address of ten persons with 10 i ts. will receive tree, a beautiful Chn nio flair ai d Instructions h"w to st rn li, p"st paid. UriL ' ty m Of . inn H r.itfhth-st . I'hila . Pa. I It I M It Th lf..r the In .1 l,u,. I made, for the i o 1 u outi . per month . can be increased to 110. sfi oth pee w, sUsiiBoa ! . . m. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. CHICAGO SCKAl'KK ,t 1 1 ITCH BR CO., 6C LaBalle. ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Da. HI ATT I LB Hoy, SJ South Clark. AWNINGS, TENTS. TWINES AND CORDAGE. UILBKHT, li I II IIAH1) A CO., to 230 South Water. BAKING POWDER AND EXTRACTS. nit nUOBI BtU4 Prtoa Mfr..M SIM SWatwr. Chicago, 'AH N. Id, bt. Iemis, BM Main, Ciuclunati. BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. .IANSKN. Mi CI. run A CO.. 117 f. 110 Htat. W . B. K KEN. COOKS 0 CO., 118 tu IU state. BOOTS AND SHOES- WHOLESALE. DOOOP.TT, HASSETT t llll,l, " to I Lake, c M UBNDKR8ON A CO., TJU to Madison. flRISNSPRLDRR, ROD BMTHA I. A CO., M l.ako. (i. S. 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Illustrated Catalogues fur nished on application to LANK cfc IU)I )I,I :V I JOHN AND WATER 8TB , CISCIBSATI.O. I WAUKESHA WATER MINERAL ROCK SPRING, IK IX Oropsy, Diabetes, Cravel, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jaundice, Bright's Disease, and ill dii .1 . - 01 UIH liver auu iuneys. inis wate is new known auu soiu aa a rcmeuy nr tne above diseases, in all parts of tbe world It is truly wonderful wtMt effect it has npou the human KyBtem. 1 1 is no w be ing shipped at t he following prlcs : Barrel, 40 gal., 1'J; half do, S", demllohn am '10 cents pei gal, pai kage exti.i , In ttles (itH 1 0 pai do.. Money must accompany tbe oider, ex cept to oar icgular authoiled aifent lmpniie of your druggiht for Waukenha Mineral R k Spunu W ater. Address C. C. olim A CO . Waukesha, Wis., for orders tor the water or for circulars. Cincinnati, June 11, W I C. C. Olih .v Co., Waukesha, W is. Having used your water from the Mia 1 a R k Spring, Wat hUm. Wis., for the diabutos, 1 have found ui eat re lief from the use "f tbe same. Bafwre I com menced using this water, m y physician reported to me thttspeciiK ui.ivitjrof my urine, was XS. and after uiiing it for twenty days tne speciflr gravity of the urine wai reduced to 21 . showing a great 1 improvement, and finding great relier in not j I, t ing compelled to urinate so frequently. I had ! other waters, but give it an my opiiim i that tbe Mineral Rock Spring is preferable. Andldoearu I estly recommend it to all v Im are altm ted with 1 thediwea- mmonly known lis Diabetes. Respi ctfuily yours, Ai.khkk Wii.hon, 1 Dept. Coll. l it- Alev., No. S W. Thud Street, Cincinnati. Ohio. HriiKON. Wii., Jan. 2, W t MaSSRR. C. C. OM ' Co. Jteur Sire: lam aston ished at the immediate lieuetlt received from the use of your healing water. I commenced using I the watei .ik 1I1 iv. tril, and Ion ml a inai Wed 1 hat ure, 1 reducing pecirlc gravity of arts BBS dOWBtoSDo In three days, piodm nig a BSOtSl skin and a direct peri' pl 1 at i"ii , making au enti'e etiauge tor trie iietter in my digeht ion. 1 alio, find it I. em filial to the liver Since drn king the watei. 1 rest much better at night, and without being disturbed, as I usually u a- before, from two to three t im.!8 du r 1 ng every night. Thinking of visiting your spring lu the summer, believing tbe water SO do .11 tli.it you claim, and knowing 1 he lavorable results 10 in y own case, you will please express IS forty gallons immediately as j am satisfied that it does -ot lose any of its healing propurtivs by shipping. 1 think your price very icasoiiable, and arlll ad vertise your Spi iug all I can, for tne hem-tit of In vnlids suffering with those incurable diseases "t llright's Disease and Saccharine Diabetes, us I know they cm be immediately relieved by drink ing Mineral R n k Spring Water. With kindest re gards, yours truly, Old. JoSSSi AYER'S CATHARTIC FILLS, For all tne purposes of a Family Pbysic, CURING fostivencss. JsMBSs W dice, Oj xpcpsla, in Sf Hiccstlon, Uacnte- jgffrfc ry, Foul Stomach and ureal 11. r.rjii- las, Hcmlnc he, Piles Khcuiiiatittiii, Lrup lioiiH uiul Skin caaeH, IIIUotisneHMt Liver 1' OsmpISlM I. Iroiav. Tetfer. Tu mors UMUi snlt Kheiiin, Worun, tiout, Neurnlgla, as i Dinner Pill, ami Purifying the Mils, are the most I 01 0l 11 purgativo yet perfected. Their effects abundantly show how mm Ik they excel aM other Tills. They are safe, and pleasant to take, but powerful to cur. They purge out the foul humors if the blood; they stimulate the sluggish or disordered organ into action1 and they impart health aud tone to tlif whole being. They cure not only he vcry day complaintB of everybody, but formidable and dau gerous diseases. Most skillful physicians, most eminent elergymea, and our best citizens, send certificates of cures performed and ofcirrcat benefit! they have derived from these Tills. They are the safest aud best physic for children, because mild as well as effectual. Relng sugar-coated, they arc eauy o tae and BsiSfl purely vegetable, tlu if ai I entirely harmless. Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists. Sold hy all Druggitti and Dealer in Mv.it. Ane. What will it lo I make Coin I re 1 1 g a US tirst inqalry las si k Suppose TARRANT'S Is 10 suniaci 1 SELTZER APERIENT the int. 1 1 g .toi y, wli.l thru - S ai p y thin reply : li will ri aurl lire hea.l- acne, nausea, 0 ttuieuce del, 1 lit y, In II' 11 Slices aud druggists everywhere. rvoiisi ss, cor-; 1 venes". inuigust 1011. Sold b) rif sffcETPor Day munrartocfl fi,tJW -It Of Slid Drills. ( atslojruc ir. W.W.titLKa,BtXuuis.Ma. ?1 a n 11 la 1 11 1 l uiul lor nii Ic o 1 23 A 25 E. Randolph St., Chicago CINCHO-QUININE is as effectual a rcm in FOR FEVER & AGUE as tin; Sulphate in the sat ! . while it nffi-rtn th- hi-it it fc.sa, i mora palatable iinl iniuk ohi "" I. Seti'l KM dOMSiptiaB I trcular With Trtinnninla 0 J'lt isiriiiH.s trmii ail partB 9t tbfl country. I ff Sample pai-kages for trial, .'" centx. Prepare.! l. HI 1. 1. 1 M.S. CLAPPsSOOk.l totalatB, sSawiwi. Matt Koa fuckOili IS SI oUasoFlaas. TEXAS Real Estate Drawing. $146,000 In r, Id. Houses and Land, at Houston Texss July aft, 1B74, Indorsed by t b e C 1 1 y C. u nci 1 ( p. Mai Ptil SBnn. f! id Anmng th prlresareTen Revidences m Houston, aud over ItiO tracts o' Innd in 1; different counties Ti 1 kets limited to 73,(i BSaaeb. Semi fm circulars. Agents wanted For 1 efercncf . ak yo 1 1 ,nikcr. T W. ID I'8E, Treas urer. 4. I SOSTKR, Hatiagr, Houston, Texas drTwhittier, No. 617 St. Charles Street. St. Louis, Mo., SrsSS ssr. . oerts o ind rrl,r nM. n, n. , .rsdusic of MAIRRI ACE GUIDE, ssilll I ISBSS j SlSB tbe SSSl tbriihl. frp SMS wo k AOKSTS W ANTKI) to soli our Justly cHol.ratrr i Articles fur I, sitirs' r. osr. Inlis'iiisalilr snt absoiutaly ncssary. lo.noi) BOLD 1 'MTtluY, Thy at ml 1 1 anil satl- faction, No fe m le ran tfi itlun hem Sample sent, on rreeipt nf S'4.0tl KR Bpnd fur Illustrated Circular. l.K i UU.i: Kt I, 111 ii Co , BO Chambers Street, New Yoik. mi pirn 4aW& h . J, W rSSS ( nlHoniiji i ii egar BHters are a purolj 'e . :! preparation, made "bictlT from the ua uf herbs f'ouiul on Uie lower rjinj?w f the Sierra Nevaduin'iuntaliisof Califor nia, the medicinal properties of which ara axtraoted therefrom rithotzl tin-use of Alctihol. 'I'litt quasaiain is alnMw daily aakasY; 1 Waat m tho eanst t th nnparalleled snoeess of Vinkc ak Uit tebs?" Our artswer is, that they rt imova the OAO B fdil ease, and tho paticur r o ettvers Ua healtlj. Thov are the p. "cat blood purl erand a IMgivtea jrir. ipia, a periect Ucnovator iu lnv;!;t,..ir of the system. Never before in the history of thf world Ills a UlediciiH' I'ci'i n impounded poswaaaing the ranMarksbUi qaautiss of V'ikboas Bimsas In aeslini ths sifk of t vfrv iiBsass man ia heir So. They lire u jri'iitli' Purntivs u Brsttss a Tonic reiiering Oonawtlan or Insftsimaiation of the Lifsf and i-tr;ii OrfSDS, m Biliooj DiSBBSBI The profsBrttei ol Di w w.w.m- ViNKi.Aii Birraasats AporlBBit. Disjioretic Csnninstivs, KuSritloss, Liixativo. bittretii BsdSttvs, Counter-Irrir, Hit, utlorilii-. iltSfS tiff, and a-nti-BUto1 (iiati tul Tliousaiids proclaim Vis ecak Bittebs the most wonderful In rifrorant that ever sustained the staking Bystam. No PenM)ii can take tlioM bitten aeooTiUng to directions, and rematn long unwell, provided, their DOOM an- Doi le- stroyed by mineral poison or other mean"., and vital organs WMted beyond raptur. Hi 1 ions. Remittent and 1 1 1 1 ' i--mitti'iit FeverR, which lent in the valleys of nr great rivers throughout the Cui tad Statea, especially those ol the BliaslsslDni. Ohio, Missouri, I Illinois. Tenneaaoa, Cumberland, Ark in- taa, i !. Colorado, Brazos, iii Grim le. Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah. Bo ! anoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, tlironffhout mir j entire countrv daring the Summer and I Autumn, and remarknMy so during sea i sons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariahly accompanied by oxtusivodo i rangamanta of the stomachand li " r, and other abdomlual viscera. In theii j treatment, a purgative, exerting a io i erful intluenee apon f'iesu variolic n ' gaBtj li essentially necessary. There i is no eathartie for the purpose equal to I)K. J. WALKIKI VINIOATJ HITTEB9, a.s they will speedily retnove :he i::ri; eolored viscid matter with which the bowels are loajded, at the same me stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring' Moe healthy lnnctious.of tHe digestive otgaas. Fortify tin1 bodj against lU?aae by purifying all its Quids with vixeoab Bittbr8. No epidemic can take huil of a system thus fbre-armod. Dyspepsia or liidiiri'Nf ion. B ache, r.iin in the Bhonlderm Coughs, Tightness d' the Chest, Dhrxii iur Eructations of the S'toniadi. bat! Taste in the Mouth. BUioua Attacks, Palpita tation of tin' Heart. IniteiBsnation nif the Lungs, Pain In tbereglort cf tbi Ed neys. and a hundred other painful vi p tonis. are the otl'sprin,:s ot L ; .1 me bottto will prove -, battel Uai Qtl e of its merits than a lengthy advertise ment. Scrofula, or Slug's Evil. SwSsstagS, l leers. Kry.-ijM'jas. vveil.-d Kask, ioitre. Scrot'uloii- IndtalsaiStl . Isdolsoi Inflammations, Lleri urial A !! . id Sofas, Broptkvnu ttf tin-Skin. Sore Fl e. etc. In these, as in all other constitution .'lis- ea-i'S. W.M.KKIf'S V I.VKCA If BtfttM SV6 -liown their grcsi curative powers in the most obstinate and hitmctalilii cs . . For Inllainniatory nod Chronic RheomatiMOi, Gront, r tent add Intermittent Fevers. I nseasos of ths Blood, Liver. Kidney 1! aud D these Hitter- have iioeouaL Such Lu.- ,..-e-1 Batted by Vitiated Blood. H 'chanical Diseases. Peis n .raged in Paints and Minerals, sdcls as 1 tuiubei's, Type-astters, GolddjosJars, and Miners, u.s they advance in lit'.', ore l to parslysifl of the Bowels. To guard against this, take 1 asas el v. 'auu'i Vis B0 k KrrrKKs x casioiuilly. Tor Skin hisctiscs. Eruptions, 1 et ter, Salt-l.'heuin, Blotches, Snots. Pimples, Pas tolas, Jh its, CaAonclsB, Bag vrorfns, scald-head. Smc Eyeri. KiT-ipi'las. teh. "1 irl-. I'icolorations of the Skin, Huston and DlBessei of the Skin of whatever nam" Of nature, are literally dm; iij ami Barrisd out of the system in a short time the of t herie Hitters. I'in, Tape, and other WomK. sOfking in the nyatem of so many t! oussnd are sswetuslly destroyed sad 1 emoted. Lfo BT8tem of medicine, no varmiluges, no an thelniinifl' s will tree the system from won;, like these Hitters. Pot Female Complaint, or old. married or siagis, nt the d SB D of wo man hood, or the turn of lifr, these Tome Hitters displ.iy BS decided SB bfloefiee that improvement soon peraeptible. Oeansethe VltUteo Blood !vor von find its Impurities bursting through the .-kin in Pimples, Bruptions, t Bores; slssass it when you tind r obstructed sad BluffSish ill the veins; cleanse it when it Ifl Amu ; your fasliaga wiu tell roe when Keep the blood pure, sad taa health oi the TBtsss BfDJ follow. H. II. M lON IXO .V i O.. Drofifisti ami Cen. Afta iaa Ft inclaea ! .lifomia, Bad eor. of Washington and Charlton Sts N Y. sum in nii DrawMata asl DeailafSs BOOK of Mi'dlcal W .iiders. Sh' tii.l licrosilby all. Sent free fur 2 stsmj.s Adilress on BOSS PASTS, Ctactaaatt, 0. FIR UUITTICO 017 Bt, 4 Inn i-h t M t wii. sun i i lun, it. mm is. mil . . 7 tiis ;e. Miisiilfhtiiiti i r aaraphlet fr, Call ir "ill"', dim I'M I. i -lie, I f,,r in,., I fr "JTOBMMM. Dfl.lllty. Ac . bsmnblfl i stamps: a bonk, ifri psars. fn Ts.'d..vp page. An tnlrn itlSM t !, lis tened wurk "i .'i" i .i sri, contain I rur vnlu- - miir 1 1 1 . r 1 1 1 :i i i r oiijM- who an marrli'il or i It-mrHatr li irrlare L' v- i A.l.lr. ss Or. II i- , . ar. H North KlsTlitS Strt-Ht.l.o,,,.. r I 44 y lit u km t(. ru iu BCK riB,H I'lt S4t , twm guide