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iULLAS, SATURDAy7jULV 27.
If We Knsw.
"If w tnew the babj BngeTf,
DaaiA J ajtaina tlisfc WinAIT HUT) A.
Woald b eold and stiff to-morrow-?
Nerer to trouble us again
Would tha bright eyes of our darling
Catch the frown npoo our brow ?
- Woatd the print of rosy fingers
Vox m then, as they do now 1
' Ah 1 tnose Utile ice-cold fingers,
Dow they point onr memories back
To the hasty words and actions
; Strewn along our backward track !
How those little hands remind us,
At in snowy grace they lie,
Not to scatter thorns but rosos
For our reaping, by and by !
Strange we never priie the music
Till the sweet voiced-bird ba flown !
Strange that we should slight the violets
Till the lovely flowers are gne 1
" Strange that summer skies and sunshine
.. - Never eeeta pne-balf so fair
As when winter's snowy pinions
Shake the white down in the air !
- Hps from which the seal of silence,
None but God can roll away,
v Never blossomed in such beauty
As adorn the mouth to day;
- And Sweet word that freight our memory
With their beautiful perfume,
s Gone to ujrHn sweeter accent?
ThrQRgb the portals of the tomb I
Let us gather up the tunbeams
t Lying all around our path ;
Let as keep the wheat and roses
Casting out the thorns and chaff ;
Let us find the sweetest comfort
In the blessings of to-day
With a patjtnt hand removing
All the briars from our way '."
Moderation is the silken chain Tun
ning throflgh the pearl chain of the
Be deaf to the quarrelsome, blind to
the scorner, and dumb to those who are
Worldly pleasures are no more able
l to satisfy the soul than the light of a
candle to give light to the world.
'Advice that is given arrogantly or
sharply can scarcely be expected to be
received with humility and gratitude.
As a flame touches a flame, and com
bines into splendor and glory, so is the
spirit of man united unto Christ by the
Envy pursues its victims through
life j It ceases to gnaw on'y when then
tne grave worm, us brotner reptile, bo
Bad habits are thistles of the heart;
and every indulgence in them is a seed
from which will spring a new crop of
That alone can be called true refine-
tnmt wh!K o!ovto tha arm! rf man
purifying his manners by improving his
Mind may act upon mind, though
bodies may be far divided, for life is in
the blood, but souls communicate uu
seen. Censure is more effectual when mixed
with praise. So, wheu a fault is dis
covered, it is well to look up a virtue to
bear it company,
Christ Is almighty, and therefore per
fectly able to restore lapsed powers, root
up inveterate habits, and implant
The likeliest way to thrive in busi
ness is by method, and nevt r do that
by another that you can conveniently
Bead not to cootradict and refute, nor
to believe and take for granted, nor to
find fault and discourse, but to weigh
and consider. ,
Knowledge in general expands the
mind, exalts the faculties, refines the
taste for pleasure and opens numerous
sources of intellectual enjoyment.
Religion need not, should not, make
tne gloomy. What says the author of
it to his deeiples ; "These things I say
unto you, that your may be full."
Harmless mirth is the best cordial
against' consumption of the spirits ;
wherefore jesting is not unlawful if it
trespasseth not in quantity, quality, or
Men's lives should be like the day,
xaore beautiful in the evening; or, like
tbs)1autumn,ricb with the golden sheaves
here the good works and deeds have
ripened in the field.
Many favors which God giveth us
rare! out for want of hemming, through
'our own unthankfulnesa ; for though
prayer purehaseth blessings, giving
praise doth deepen the quiet possession
If we could thoroughly understand
anything that would be enough to prove
it unJivine, and that which is but one
step beyond our understanding must in
some of its relations bo as mysterious as
if it were a hundred.
Don't keep in a constant fret about
things that may be annoying, or worry
about things you cannot help. Troubles
are not lightened by fretling. The true
remedy is to keep cool and try to mas
ter difficulties, and not lot theai master
you. - :
. : It is a good thing to obey the law of
God, but it is a better thing to love it.
The. former is to live a new life, the lat
ter is to have a mw heart. A slave
may obey a master whom he fear and
Jiates, but the chilJ loves the laws of
a father. i
Facts and Fancies.
Juvenile partiesinfant's bawls.
Two porcupines make a prickly pear.
Time flies so rapidly that fly-time will
soon fly around.
What ailment may we look for on an
oak ? a-rcorn.
A druggist is not inappropriately
termed the pillar of society. ,
Are acrobats unprincipled men be
cause they poise on each other ?
Does a cow become landed property
when she is turned into a field ?
The most profitable laundry business
in Washington Territory Washing out
Not all the girls are in for womon's
rights, but the majority are in for mar
A dry goods firm on Church street
advertises domestic crashes. Is it Chi
cago iuvoice- ?
Why is a man's lite safest before he
has had dinner ? Because he cau't
A youn lady recently tried to do up
her back hair with a honey comb to
mako it look "sweet."
In conversation, a wiso man may bo
at a loss low to begin, but a fool nev
er knows how to stop.
Song of the fawn : Call me early mo-
ther deer. There's snow news to speak
ot from the North-west.
The Danbury Jiews is alarmed to
find that the arms received by Company
G. have not been vacoinated.
In an action for fecj a physician can
not recover. In cases ot illness puticnts
are often in the same predicament.
A scientific writer says that ''gluttony
is thn sourc? of all our diseases." How
is it with a man who dies of starvation
A good drain on a farm. Heavy
mortgage at 10 per cent, will drain it
about as rapidly as anything we know
A candidate for schoolrnariu in lien
ry county, Ohio, stated that Virginia
obtained its name from the Virgin
A lady who had repeatedly called her
little boy to come in and s:iy his pray
ers, was shocked by his asking her "if
God was in much of a hurry."
"Landlord," said a traveler nt the ta
ble of a country tavern, "this soup i a
little weaker than I am used to. I
wish that you would just let that chick
en of yours wade through it once more,
if you phase."
A census taker in Missouri has found
one unmarried lady who acknowledges
to the age of thirty. He wrote "hero-
a a a
ine oppsite her name. Later It is
since been ascertained that the is a
A Pittsburg boy threw stones at a
circus elephant while he was drinking,
and thej offered him sonic gingerbread.
The pachyderm responded by emptying
about two barrels ot water over the boy
and then flinging him on the topa of
the seatg to dry. The boy has lost, all
interest in natural history.
The very latest thing, in the adver
tising line is a lady who, through the
newspapers, seeks tor employment as an
"ornamental guest." She will assist at
dinner and evening parties by her wit,
grace, and beauty, contributing to the
entertainment of guest-, and she will do
everything in the highest style of art
only that he demands that haudsouie
compensation be made.
"May I sing ma ?" asked a smart
four year oid who had been taken to
church by her mother, and whose bump
of music was, doubtle-s, excited by the
performance to which jhe was listening.
Ma, whose brown eyes were upon 1 the
panniers in the next pew, of course
said "yes," as all iudulgent mothers do ;
and little hopeful with a strong voice,
commenced "Up in a Ualloon." "Hush !
Hush 1" said Ma, "don't sing that !"
Pausing a moment, the young vocalist
struck up, "Not for Joe," and was tm
mediately hustled out of the sanctuary.
Some years ago a lot of fellows got
out on a little time, when one of the
number was taken to the lock up. The
next morning the young roan sent for a
friend to get hint out, as he did not care
to have his father know ot his incarce
ration. The friend" arrived when the
following conversation ensued: "Ed.
how did you come here?'' ' I came by
two majority." It had taken three po
licemen to lock the fellow up. The
friend was so well pleased with the
fellow's answer that he had the bonds
In Indiana a Iiusbnnd, after a spree,
was le d home by one of his friends, who,
after poising him safely on his doorstep
rang the bell, and retreated somewhat
deviously to the other side of the street,
to see if it would be answered. Prompt
ly the "porto" was "ouvertcd," and the
fond spouse, who had waited up for her
truant, beheld him in all his toddincss.
"Why Walter, is this you ?" "Yes my
dear." "What in the world has kept
you so?" Been out on aliuleturnwiththe
boys, m-my d-d-dar-Ming." "Why,
VV alter, you aro intoxicated!" "Y-y-es
dear, I estimate that's so' "What on
earth made you get so drunk? And
wjjy oh, why do you come home to me
in this dreadful state V Because, my
darling all the other places are shut.
1 ,1 W
PARTIES WHO WARE OCCUPYINO
lands n the " Grande Rondo and Siletz
Reserves," in the State of Oregon, in the jears
1855-6, and had to abandon the same in' conse
quence of said Reserves having been selected by
the U. 8. for the settlement of the Rogue River
.Indians, will please send their addresses, for
futhtr correspondence, to R. W. DOWMAN,
Att'j Box 195, Washington City, D. C. l3-3m.
IU LI A IIIT
zizi top .
.The nuiiiaii Race,
DIFFERENCES OF OPINION, ETC.,
etc,, will be commenced in a week; or two
in this paper, showing how ; j
INFANCY . j
can be elaborately represented, how
can be made happy,
made easy, - j
made profitable, and
made comfortable, how to live and be healthy.
Supply your table with the least coit, where to
dispose of the things you don't want &X the
best price, making your own industry tho mot
profitable. This story is written by a first
class author, aud one who vndcrtabds the
case in band to perfection. Mau while, if you
cau't wait fur too above to appear in pribt, call
on M. M. ELLIS, at La Olede, aud all the
above-mentioned points will be fully explained
aud happily illustrated.
YOU KNOW I KEY.
WANTED, AGENTS $100 to $250 per
month, male arid U in ale, to introduce
the genuine improved MARSHALL SEH'INU
MACHINE. Thi machine, will etitdj, tiftin,
fell, tuck, braid, bind, cord, quilt, aiid em
broider in a most superior manner. Pi U', only
$15, fully liteud and warranted for fire years.
We will pay 81,000 for any machine, hih prioe
or low, that will sew a stronger, more beautiful
or more elastic ceam than ours. It makes the
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH. Every second
stitch can be cut, aud stilt the cloth cannot he
pulled apart without tearing it. We pay Agents
$100 to $250 per month, and rxpennea, or a
commission fruju which twb that amount can
be made. For circulars and term, PP!y to or
address, t MARSHALL X CO .
102 Nassau strctt, New York.
CAUTION. Da nut be imposed upon by
other partita traveling through the country
palming off worthies cast-iron machines un
der the sine name or otherwise. Our is the
only genuine and really cijoap mat hi man
ufactured. 1 in 3
S CT .I 8 G 0-X J
milI5? WONDERFUL VEOETARLF. I1E.
X atoralive is the sheet anchor if r,h J fech'
and debilitated. As a tonic and cordial for
the sged and languid it has no enal imtn;
stomachics. A a remedy for the nervous
weakness to shi.-h women are especnUy ?ub
ec, it is stiperrepinjr, every other stimulant
in ail c-itmaierf, tropical, temperate or rripl, it
jbre as a specific in every species of 'disorder!
which undermines the bodily strength and
breaks dowr. the at, iinal r int.
& a t h a i r o h,
For Pretcrvluc and Hcautlfj Its h
Human Hair. To I'rrvcut it Falllnr
Out and Turning Hry. j
A well-pre? rved Head of Hair, in a person
of middle age, at nee bespeaks refinement, el
C(rn"e, health and beauty. It m.-iy triily bo
called Woman's Crowninj; Glory, whilii men
are nt insensible to it advantagm and charm.
Few things are more disgusting than thiri, friz
ly, harsh, untamed Hsir, with head andj coat
covered wilh DandrufT. Visit a barber and
yon feel and look like a new man. This i
what LYOJi'S K A MI ANION will do all
the time. The charm which lies in well placed
Hair, Glossy Curls. Luxuriant Tresses; and a
Clean Head, is noticeable and irresistible;
Sold by all Druggi'ts and Country Stores.
The originator nf this wonderful medhino
claims to have discovered and comhined with
harmomy more of Xature'i moat tnvertign JfeAU
cat projiertiet than was ever before combined in
one medicine. The evidence of this fact is
found in the variety of most obstinate diseases
which it has been found to conquer. In the
cure of Ih onchitit, Serere Cough, and tho early
stages of Vnnnumption, it has astonished the
medical faculty, and hundreds of tho best phy
sicians pronounce it iA greatest medical dis
covery of the age. While it cuius the severest
Coughs, it strengthens the system and purifies
the blood. By its great and thorough blond
purifying propertie$ it cures all Ilumnrt from the
worst terofula to a oommon JHntch Pimple or
Eruption. Mercurial Diseases, Mineral poisons,
Syphilitic and Vencrial Diseases, and their ef
fects are eradicated and vigorous health and a
tonnd con$titutior established. Eryniptlat, Salt
Hfimtm, Scald Jlead, Fever Soree, Scaly or
Hough Skin, in short all the numerous diieasos
caused by bad blood We conquere t by this
powerful, purifying and Invigorating medicine.
For 14 Liver Complaint," Hiliout Dieorder and
Habitual Con U potion, it bas produced j bun
dreds of perfect aud permanent cures where
other medicine had failed.
The proprietor offers $100 reward for a medi
cine that will eqnal it in the cure of the diseases
for which it is recommended. Beware of counter
feit and worthle imitation. See that my (Gov
ernment Stamp, which IS a potittre guarantee oj
genuintnen, is upon the outside wrapper, j This
medicine is Sold by Druggiett at one dollar per
boUU. Prepared by R. V. PIERCE M. D., sole
Proprietor, at bis chemical Laboratory, 133
teneca street, Buffalo N.Y. June 3d, 13-3m
PIOJEER TIN AND STOVE STORE,
Front Street, one Door South of
Dallaa - - - . - . Oregon
KNOWING THERE IS, A MARKED
difierence between articles of TINWARE
manufactured by me, and that made by manu
facturers in Portland and other large cities, for
shipment, I have on hand both my own make
and also that of factory make, so that people
may take their choice. My stock consists in
Stoves of all kinds,
Copper, Hrass and Iron Ware
Wire work of all descriptions,
Sheet and Galvanized Iron,
Stove Hollars, Tea Kettles,
Milk Pans, Dippers,
Lard and lltitter Cans,
Japanned Ware a general Assortment,
Cooking Spooni, A variety of Gem Pans,
Porcelain lined .Stew Pans for Fruit,
Broiling Fixtures of New and the Mos
And in fact everything that can be found in a
first c.ais Tin and Stove Stwre.
Neatly Done and Promptly Attended to.
50-tf T. B. NEWMAN.
.ch CooiIm! ."Veiv ooils!!
FOR thi: PHIJSIi.Vr suasonv
We respectfully call the attention of the
Public to our Well Selected Stock of
Ladiea' Dresa Goods,
Ladles and MiKseh Hats,
(loves, ialtei. Iltc.
In fact Mverythln? Found in al'irft
Claasj Retail M.uc.
We can assure our l'afrns that we will l
up w Uh the tiiuiS.
Cumo and Examine 'our St ick "bef -ro pur
Country Produce taken in exchange f r
n. i. j. h. i.r.i:
Dallas, April 22. 1871. 1 t
v ii i: A vi v ii i: a vi i
'.'lira per than liver!!!
uoi.tiih, nouri,i: a. to.,
ELLEN DALE .STORE,
Have removed their STOCK OF GOrrs to
Dallas, and re constantly re-tii' NEW aud
WELL SELECTED GOODS, eon ..tin-id"
Ladles' Dres and I'aiicy C.ckmIs.
Men and ltuy' Cloth in,
1 1 si t si nd Cap.
Hoot and sh-c.$
Ladle.' and Children. Shoes of everj
Stjlc and s!ie.
A fnll Stock of Groceries rcntantl
on hand, also Hardware and Crockery.
Woolen Goad Manufactured at the
i:ilendalc .Mill, such a
Heaver, C.imcre. Hard Times,
Tweeds, I'laiinrl and IllanLcta.
Which we oflW at Wholesale and llttsi'.
Having a dfiro to l ocate permanently in
Dallas, we will deal fairly and jiiftiy with aH
wh't may favor us with ther patr nsje. We
will exchange (ind fr Country Produce, for
which we will pay the Hihct Price.
Drlng on your Eggs and Butter.
Tbe standard remedy for Conch's, In
fluenza, fforc Throat, Whooping
Cough, Croup, l.lvcr Complaint,
Ilronchltis, Itlecdlng of the
1, tings, and every afTertlnn of tho
Throat. Lungs aud Chest, includ
W istar 8 Halsnm docs not dry up
a Cough, but looaeim it, cleanses
the Lungs, allays Irritation, thus
removing the raue of the com
plaint. Vone genuine unless sign
ed I. IlfJTTS. Prepared by Si: I II
W. FOvVLH & SON, Boston.
old by RKDDINGTOSr, IIO.S
TIUTTHIl CO., San Francisco,
and by dealers generally. 10-ly
C. H. COX
lias on hand and for Sale, RADDLE
TREES of all sises and tho best quality.
Shop near Way mi re's Mill, Dallas, Oregon.
Da. Saor's Catarrh Rfmept. $500 reward
for an incurable ease. Bold by drupgifts, or
by mail, 70 cents. PampbKt free Address K.
V. Pearce,M. D., Bufflo.N7 Y.
iv a t i o nr a l
B U 3 1 N E S S C O L L E Q E,
A MODEL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ! !
THE EDtffcATION FOR THE TIMES.
The Importance of a Practioal Edncation
Was never more Apparent than Now !
TT IS UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED
JL that as we grow in prosperity we grow more
practical, and that it is required of men that
they educate themselves practically educate
themselves in the best manner possible to meet
the demands of the times.
When Agesilaus,, King of Sparta, was aked
what things be thoupht most proper for boys to
learn, he replied : Those things which they
should practice when they become men."
" Deliver ail things in number and weight,
and put all in writing that thou givest ont or re
ceivest in," is a precept of universal application;
and there is a special necessity for its strict ob
servance in all business transactions. Young
men the future welfare of this Coast look to
YOU ! Are YOU prepared to meet its demands ?
A COURSE OF INSTRUCTION
to meet tho
DE.TiAiYDs oi rni: AGE !
The most thorough, and comprehensive
COURSE OF BUSINESS TRAINING
ever iutroductd by tny
o n n i ; r c i a
; v s i x ess col l i: a ;,
TI1KOK. AM) H5ACTICT.,
bv ut vans of
lusKs AM) husim:ss OFllCES.
Tbe C'Ure is fn.ifrin;- n I Tr.'J-jht as t
ci,..u,c I'm- Sni lv:.t i i in itT it in the
Iiuortt-at. 1 in: j' .'Tii.'.o
Fa h Slob iit, aft-r i a..i.'i-" thr-ngb the
b:ro:a-s uu act.J.il
hook KiiEViu: isu mehciiaxj
whrr, in the f a f w Wf'.KiCS. l.e i.l-
fains the cApi-ii'. nee i t rtiiOJ. D1NAU V LITE
The TELEOi: API! DEI VIITMKNT i now
fiitfi v Milh i( I., -t ! to ti iii!i-it, til i in
c u: U i us.iii;.; .-r I. r.
IVr It'l.L r.Nl'HUV IT ION', send for.COI.
I.EtiE l'Al'Elt. A I In s :
DkFRA.NCK A JAMES.
;2 l P--.rtlnn t, ;n-.;.n.
W. 18. THAI- tV Co.,
main sti;i:i:t. ii.i. s,
rcoo hsr-d with tbrir WAC.lJO.V nn 1 P.'TJ
tilES et thi ir ! I Stun i I "-(.ri.-y n tiiml.
and intend t.istdl them very rln-.ip tor Cash ;
the l'rif. ranging f ru JI.'IO to I ' .
Tiioy bv. ni on band fi.r s.-tli pk-ntyof
vag-n mat rial, liho hi.u a '-all and i"ee tli.rtu
All kinds f w ak ir 1" ir line d .ne o order.
All kinds of lt:a k-iniihltt d..ne i n t-hrt
ii"tie, and in a w..r' mat.like manner. Horse
Sb'eing $2 .'.0. 'ih d.-wn.
Thankful for prj-t patronage, tlry solicit
CKittinuHOi-e rd'tho fame.
V tf PaHn. MaT filT'.
Tn tho U. S, T.nnd ''Tire, at Oregon City,
Orcgnn -In ihe m 1 1 r f the cntit in rela
ti..n to tb f.n-tiona' ?' W quarter, being the N
lialf'of tic NW quarter and h.is I and '2 f See
C T ? S. It I W I'.irt of the Donation Land
('latin of Ji-sm b Siifn.
.1VKUS JO.VKS vs. JAMES F. LOG AN
J To the above named parties, and to whom
it may concern :' Y: are hereby notified that
the above entitled ruse is set for trinl at this Of
fice on Trcsdiiy tho :id day f July. 172, at
10 J o'tloi k a. m., when nil pnrtie intertt-d
will be aSTurdcd an opp.rtnnity for a heating
and to present their respective elaims.
June 1.1. U72. OW'KS W ADR, Register
lfi-tw IIKN'KV WAR HKN.Her
OltKC.ON & C till OHM A R VII
roBd Company, Land Department, Port
land, Oregon, April j, 1 S 72. Notice is bereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will be insti
tuted against anv and every pcrsoj; who tres
passes upon any Railroad Land, by cutting and
retnovinsr timber therefrom before ti c same i
UOUdllT of the Company AND FA ID FOH.
All vacant Land in odd numbered sections
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a dis
tance of thirty miles from tho line of tbe road,
belongs to tbe Company
I. R. MOORE3,
6-f Land Agent
a. w. tton ART.
J. W. HOR ART.
Took Out Tot the Locomo
tive AVIicn tticllcll Kings!
Since tho 0. C. Railroad has been completed
to Cornelius, and prospects of its speedy
approach to Dallas and thence to Buena Vista,
be up with the times by patronising home
I N DUST It Y AND ENTIJH FRIST..
Why stind your money out of tbe State, end
use inferior articles, when you can get tho
eenuine " Home Manufactured" article by call
GEORGE W. HOB ART & CO.
at DALLAS or BUENA VISTA, In Polk Co
Manufacturers of Superior Wool faced, long
and all other
HORSE 12 t U I V ill EIV T S
made of leather, which they offer at reasonable
Orders for Carriage trimming, Repniring,
etc., etc., willbe promptly attended to, and djne
In the most approved style.
16-tf GEO. W. II0BART 4 CO.
TO THE PUBMC.
ALL KINDS OP WORK, SEWING
Washing aad Ironing, kc, done by Mrs
Burnett on short notice and on reasonable
terms. AH orders left at tbe boose, south-west
part of Dallas, will be immediately attended to.
' 1 1 11
The Crest Medical Discovery !
Drl WALBXB'S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds of Thousands gj
Bcar testimony to their Wonder-
ful Curattra Effect. 8 S3
?2sWHAT ARE THEY? s
THEY AES NOT A VILE
Malo of l'oor. Until, Wbiakey Praf
Kpirita nudllcfime C.iqnuradoctorcd.spieed
and sweetened ta please the taste, called "Ton.
Ics,"" Appetizers," "Restorers," ac, that lead
V.i-3 tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, bat are
a true Medicine, made from the Native Roots an t
Herbs of California, free from all Alcohvlla
fct imu In nit. They arc the i It EAT OL.OOI)
1'LIiJl II'U and bin: CJIVINU I'UIN
CIFLE a perfect Renovator andlnvlzoratorot
t?i3 Sy&tam, carrving o(T all poisonous matter an t
restoring t!io blood to a healthy condition. No
person can take these J'iuers according to direc
lion and remain ions unwell.
For Inflwiiiiii.ntory and Chronic Rhen
iriiitUni and tioul, I)yapepia r IndU
B.'tiou, Ililiouw, Iteiuilteut and Inter
mltlc-ui Fevers, Diacnrs) oTltic Itlood.
Live:-, Kidney si, and Itlnddcr. these Bit
lei t 'it&Vi been most ucct t.ful. Hueli Dls
rriHCi ar3 c-iukcl by Vitinted Itlood, which
I ;c:cra.iy iroduceJ by UtTaosenient of the
t vp Org-nii.
,! VSPKFSIA M 1NDICJESTION.
licadaciC I'aia la tha Shoulders, Coughs, Tiht
. j.c sr f t'-je Chcj-t, dizziness, Socr F.mctatloas of
the ?t iiiiicH, Cad taste la the Month Dillons At
tic!;. Fa!j i. tUn cf the Heart, InSamiuailoa of
tl.c Lo "-i f.V ' b t.jt regions of the Kidneys, and
a hun.lr : I other painlul t-yuiptoms, arc the off
Th y lavij-ratj the Stonjarh and stimulate the
trpM liver and bowclf , w hich render theui of un
cquaMrd ttnc.iry in e)cans!nj the blood of all
Iraj'tiritts. aud iiupartlnjr new llfo andvlorta
the who's sy-tertj.
fall i:hear;j,n:otchts. Spots, Hiiiplcs. rustulea.
N,.;'., f-r'Jt5:ir!cs, Ktng-Worms, fcr.U-Head. ?oro
T.y, Eoip;la-, itch, Fcurf. Discolorations of
the! s-ki !, H'ltiwrs and Dicac of the Skin, of
v.h .t. vcr naTiij or natnr. are literally duff oj
and can led out of tho sytcm in a chor lime by
iU? 'iw of llscs.T n.ttcis. One hottlc In anch
ers. s wi:i ronvinca tiic most Incredulous of their
C!. a.isf tlu Vitiated H!ood whenever yon And
Its lis'pnrlUc buminar through the skin la Pim
ples, Eruptions c r Sores j eleause it when you,
find It obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
chrans-j It when It is f ml, and your feelings yti"i
toll yon when. Keep tha blood pure and tho
health of t j system will follow.
Fl X, TA I'E and other WOR3IS, lurking la
the tytem of so many thonsands, ore effectually
destroyed and r-movcl. For fall directions, read
car .fully the circular around each bottle.
J.WAI.Knr!, rrrtprictor. R. n. Mcf0 AT.D &
CO., Drng;r!ts and (ten. Agcnt. Saa Francisco,
Cal., aad 32 and 31 Comma co Street. New Tork.
SOLD EV ALL PHCGG1STS AND DEALERS.
For a few cents you can buy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
r acka-o of SEA MOSS FARIXE,
made from puro Irish Moss, or
Carrageen, which will mako
sixteen quarts of lilanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte llussc, &c It is tho
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in tho world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, anfl
has no equal as a light ami
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Chanso ! !
TIII2 GIIKAT WORLD'S TOWIC
This wonslrrfiil 'ejritabl
restorative is the shcct-niv
ehor of the feeble unci alcblli
tnleil. As ti tonic ami cordial
for the used nmllanffHid. it
has no eqnal unions stom
achics. As a remedy for tho
ncrvoas weakness to which
women arc especially sub
ject, It is superseding every
other stimulant. In nil Cli
mates, tropical, temperate,
or frigid, it acts ns a specific
in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily
strength nnd breaks down the
animal spirits, for sale by
Xi7 J U
Citn , ci"
C h 9 THEY ARB NOT A VILE 5 1
USE NEW FOOD.