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DALLAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 3.
I know not whence it catco
That my heait U oppre.eil with pain
A tale of the past enchniueth
Jily soul with its magical strain.
Tis cool knd the dajlighfwaucth,
The Rhine 80 peacefully flows ;
And. kissed by the sunbeam of even,
Ther brow of the mountain glows-
The fairest ef the maidens sitteth
" In wondrous radiance there ;
Her jewels of gold gleam brightly,
She combeth ber gder hair.
With a golden comb she combs it4
And sings eo plaintively ;
O, potent tind strange are the accent
Of that wild melody, .
The boatman in yon frail vessel
Stands spell-hound by its might;
He sees not the cliffs before him, '
lie gazes alone on the height.
Jle thinks the waves will swallow
Both boat and boatman anon ;
And this with ber sweet singing,
Their. Lore-lei hath done.
A year of, pleasure passes like a
floating breeze ; a moment of niisfor
June seenis an age of paio.
Lilt Dot a foot until you bave pre
viously ascertained the nature of the
grouuUjupoo vhieh you are to tread.
Much adversity is requisite to make
us ijate life ; a beckon from prosperity
will, recall the hatred instantly. .
'-When two oppositejextremes are pre
sented to you, it i generally, safe, as
srell as honorable, to play the part of a
fsjaqder is more accumulative than a
snowball. It is like a salad, which
every one sweetens to his own taste, or
to the tapte of those to whom he offers
He ,who freelcy praises what he
means to purchase, and he who enu
merates the faults of what he means to
-r$vf njay .set up a partnership with
Title and ancestry render a $rcod man
more illustrious, bui an ill one more
contemptible. Vice is infamous, though
in a prince, and virtue honorable,
though in a peasant.
I have always preferred cheerfulness
tQ mrtn. ine laiier i consiaer as au
art, .the former as a habit of the miud.
Mirth is short and transient ; cheer
fulness is fixed and permanent.
God's word is like God's world va
ried, very rich, very beautiful. You
pjever really know when you have ex
hausted all its secrets. The Bible,
like nature, has
Class or nuna. JjOok at ine imie in a
1 T ff . . 1 f 1
p.ey ligh't, and straightway you sec
ome new charm.
There is hardly a man in the world
jvho docs not feel his pulse beat quick
er, when, even after a short absence,
he finds himself neariog home. A
common place, this; bnt there are
ponimon laces, dehcioy, ever freh
truths, which seem like daises on the
gr.orld's highway , it is hard not to stop
and gather them sometimes.
, 44 Without doubt," said a wise Arab,
J'flllmenare equal as the finders of
the band. .Look at these hugers ; the
prigin is common; they cannot be
parted without grave words ; but one
of tKem is long, the other shorter. If
all were alike I could neither touch nor
strike alike, nor grasp Be sure it is
with men as with the fingers of the
disposition to lay the blame for
pur neglect of duty, our short-comings
upon others, is a sure sign that we have
inwardly back-sliden from God. The
first transgressor endeavored, in this
way, to palliate his ottense his ex
ample has been faithfully folhwed ever
since; God can make us right,
whether any one else is right or not.
Whoever may falter, he can enable us
to do our duty. When we fail, we
' should blame ourselves, and no one
else! In this way only can we hope to
obtain forgiyepe? for the past, or make
improvements in the future.
. ....Qm.fehponi is not to be .divorced
Yrop? our actual lifer Homer men run a
separating wall between their" religion
and daily lit p. But this h spurious it
cannot a,bide the test. - The religion of
Christ purifies the life. It makes us
more honest, truthf ul and just : it pays
debts j it makes us more industrious
apd frugal kind bear ted and benevo
ept y Jjridretfi the , tongue ; thinkcth
no evil ; hriogssuiishine intd the home
pircle; the ft ore and the hor). The
finie of this revival is yet ty come.
A "Vhen the result of theological discus
sion' shall b gathered up, no fact, we
venture to gay, will be more conspicuous-
than 4 that the, little. ; band of ad
,japcef linkers,, as , they cal) hem
selves, who jf ept out on A'opticrs of
spepulalipp, laboring tQ survey the In
finite, and map put lib boundaries by
logical diagrams and charts, were the
most diminutive of all religious think
ers. For they refu-ed the larger in
sight and brqadcr yision of faith, and
instea(j of looking out upon thc-ocean
of dicty, to bo expanded and enlarged
jknd enligtened by it, they spent their
tinje, as an early Christian father ex-
jrettcd it, m ""trying to dip , up the i
P?cl l& a p.tJUB of hijuio reason. '
Pacts and Fancies
: Nothing is eo'stii'pidtf'tovaDqutsU ;
the real glory ia to convince-
Figures can't He. - Oan't they 7 Does
a fashionable woman's figure tell the
' 0. W, Holmes says that Humility is
the "first of the virtuesfor other peo
The man who never alters his opin
ion is like standing waterj and breeds
reptiles in the mind.
A Georgia editor refuses to support
Greeley on the ground that it is as
much as he can do to support himself.
The man who was so economical as
to bury his family iu a perpendicular
position to save land was not u free
soiler. The summer style for the Sandwich
Islander is announced. It is a red
string about the left leg just above the
A member of the Irish Parliament
met the reproach of selling his country
by thanking God that he had a country
In Petersburg Va., the temperature
is indicated by its effect upon paper col
lars. It is now reported at 4'three col
"Sensation shoes" are announced by
New York dealers. All that ia neces
sary is to put a number seven shoe on a
number nine foot.
If you want to have a man your friend,
dou't get the ill-will of hit wife. Pub
lic opinion is made up of the average
prejudices of womankind.
A young lady complains that a certain
young lawyer of her acquaintance does
not stick to his profession. Does she
mean his profession of law, or some pro
fession made to her?
"If people knew beforehand all the
misery it brings' says a. Japanese poet,
"there would be less going out with the
young ladies to look at the flowers at
A drunken man, after trying in vain
a a t a
to keep on the sidewalk, was heard to
exclaim, as he headed for the middle of
the street : "There, now, go iu the mid
dle of the street."
Uridget in reply to a remark of her
.mistress, that she had put too much
ame in the omlet, replied that Nhedid
it so that it would not taste po strongly
of the eggs, which were bad.
A Troy reporter, recrdin' an item
about a drunken woman who weighed
200 pound-, remarks : '()ue would
think that she was enough of herself
without wishing to be anything beside
The most gallant man ever heard of
is one who refrained from kicking a
dog that had bitten him because it was
a female dog. "If it wasn't for your
sex," said he, "I'd kick your d n
A Boston paper says that the "Re
ception of the Presd," about which so
much his been said, can be witnessed
any fine evening by visitors, who will
observe the couples upon the scats of
Mark Twain says information seems
to s.tew out of him naturally, like the
precious ottar of roses out of tlx;
ottar. The more he caulks up the
sources and she tighter he gets, the
more he leaks wisdom.
"My dear, did you say or did you not
say, what I said you said? ISecause
Mrs. Grundy snid you said you never
did say what I said you said Now, if
you did not ?ay what I said you said,
then what did you say 1
Of the many Poles immigrating to
this country, it is remarked that a very
lare percentage are journeyman tailors.
A contemporary thinks this is doubt
less owing to the mutual attraction be
tween the needle and the Pole.
A Town Hill man feels so mortified
over the reflection that his children are
not able to attend Sunday-school for
ypnt of suitable clothes, thai he spends
every Sabbath iu the woods, accompany
icd by his faithful dog, which wears a
An Irish gentleman having pur
chased an alarm clock, an acquaintance
asked him what he intended to do with
it. "Oh," said he, "its the most con
venient thing in the world ; for I have
nothing to do but pull the stiings and
The father of a boy whose veraeity
is not marked on his back, asked the
teacher why it was that his son didn't
have a better acquaintance with fig
ures, and was considerably electrified
when the teacher tenderly observed. I
really don't know, unless it is because
figures won't lie."
A shrewd farmer in the Vermont
Legislature declined answering the
speech of a mcmber,wbo was remarkable
for nothing but frothy and pugnatious
impudence and self-conceit, thus: "Mr.
speaker, I can't repjy to that 'ere
ypeech.for it always wrenches mo. ter
ribly to kick at nothing."
Every man, rich or poor, ought to
have some great absorbing purpose,
some aqtive engagements in which his
energies are devoted. Duty, daily duty,
not enjoyment must bo the aim of
each life. No man haw a rirht to live
upon the fair enr'.h, to breathe its puie
air, to consume its food, to enjoy its
beauties, produciug notbiog ia rcturo.
, NOTICE. j ..."
PARTIES WHO' VVEUE OCCUPYING
lands in the ' Grande Ronde and Siieta
Reserves," in the State of Oregon, in the years
1655-6, and had to abandon the same to conse
quence of said Reserves having been selected bj
the U S. tor the settlement of the Rogue River
.Indians, will please send their addresses, for
futhejr correspondence, to K. W. DOWMAN,
Att'y Box 195, Washington City, D. C.j 13-3iri.
v e c u l 1 a;r I T I U
of j j
v The Unman Race,
DIFFERENCES OF OPINION, ETC.,
etc,, will be commenced in a week or two
iu this paper, showing how j
INFANCY j . j
can be elaborately represented, how i
can be made happy, j
' ,: . .- f
made easy, j
MANHOOD YEARS ;
made profitable, and
made comfortable, how to live and be healthy.
Supply your table with the least oost.J where to
diiptse of the things you don't want at the
best price, making your own industry the most
profitable. This story is written by a first
chu?s author, aud one who understands the
case iu band to perfection. Meanwhile, if you
can't watt for the above to appear in print, call
on M. M. ELLIS, at La Clede, aud all the
above-mentioned points will be fully explained
and happily illustrated. j
YOU KNOW jlKEY.
WANTED, AGENTS $100 to j $250 per
month, male and female, to introduce
the genuine improved MARSHALL HEWING
MACHINE. This machine, will stitch, hem,
fell, tuck, braid, bind, cord, quiltj and em
broider in a most superior manner. Price, only
$15, fully licensed and warranted for live years.
Ve will pay 81,000 for auy machine, high price
or low, that will sew a stronger, more beautiful
or more elastie seam than ours. It makes the
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH. Every second
stitch cm be cut, and still the cloth cannot be
pulled apart without tearing it. We pay Agents
$100 to $250 per month, and expenses, or a
commission from which twice that amount can
be made. For circulars and terms, apply to or
address, S, MARSHALL A CO.,
102 Niveau street. New York.
CAUTION. Do not be imposed upon by
other parties traveling through the country
palming ott worthless cast-iron unurhines un
der the same 11 u ine or otherwise. Ours is the
only genuine aud really cheap machine man
ufactured, i 10 m3
T.-I 8 G O-X .
mills .WONDERFUL VEGKTAUI.E i RK.
A. stnr:iivi is the sheet anchor of ;he fceb'e
and debilitated As a ton'K and cordii! tor
the aged and languid it has no cpial among
stomachics. A a remedy for the nervotm
weakness to which women are espccally i "tub
ect, it is jupcrceping every other stimulant
In all climates, tropical, temperate or frigid, it
j'-re va a specific iu every species f disorder!
whicj undermine 'lie bodily strength aud
breaks towt. the ai iuial fpirit. j
FOR MAN AND HKAST.
Probably few articles bave ever ha 1 so ex
tensive a sate, while nntie have Wen mon nni
vcr;tl!v bemfieal than tbft celebrated MEXI
CAN MUSTXNG LINIMEMT. j Children,
Adults, Horses and Domestic Animals, are
always liable to accident, and it is afe to say,
ilijt no fami'y can pas a single season without
some ksnd emollient beinjf necessary. It be
come a matter of importance then to secure
the he.t. !
Over three hundred livery stables in the city
of Nct York alone are using the MKXK'AX
m i'.itaso UNiMKNT, in all of which it gives uni
versal satisfaction. i
CAUTION. The genuine is wTapped In
fine gtecl plate -njrravng wj'.h 'O. W
Weilbrook. Cheniifct. and trade mark
MEXICAN MUSTANG .LINIMENT,', en
graved across the face of each wrapper
The whole bears the proprietor's private
United States Revenue rtamp. and not the
common stamp as used by drnggits
LYON MANUFACTURING CO,,
46 53 Park Fl.ce New York,
Tbo originator of this wonderful medicino
claims to have discovered and evmhinfti with
harm tuny more of Nature' iot sorf reign Jedi
projtertirt 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 tho
cure of IlrvHchili, Severe Vonyk, and the early
stages of Cnnnitnipt)inf it has astonished tho
medical faculty, and hundreds of the best phy
sicians pronounce it the grcntcut mrdicnl -covery
of the aye. While ip cutea the severest
Coughs, it strengthens tho system j and purifies
the blood. Hy its yreat and thornvyh blood
purify hty properties it cures all Ittitnor 1 from tho
worst ncrofulit to a oommon Uloteh Pimple or
Eruption. Mercurial Diseases, Mineral poisons,
Syphilitic and Venerial Diseases, 'and their ef
fects are eradicated and vigorous health and a
sound constitution established. Erysipelas, Salt
lili stun, Scald Head, iYrer Sorts, Scaly or
lough Skin, in short all' tho numerous diseases
caused by bad blood Weconqueret by this
powerful, purifying and Invigorating modi pine.
For "Liver Complaint," Ititiou Disorder and
Habitual Constipation, it has produced hun
dreds of perfect aud permauenti cures where
other medicine bad failed. ' j
Tho proprietor oilers $100 reward for a medi
cine that will equal it in the cure of the diseases
for which'it is recommended. Row are of counter'
feitt and worth less imitation. eo'tbfttmy (lov
eminent Stamp, which is a positive guarqnief 0
aenuineness. is unon tbo outside wranner. ' This
- r a r
medicine is Sold by Druyifists atone dollar per j
bottle, prepared by R. V. FIERCE M.-t)., sole
l'ropriotor, at bis chemical Laboratory, 133.
Seneca Btrcct. UuiTalo N.l. June 3d,.13-3w,
PIOSEER TIN AND STOVE STORE,
Front Street, one Door South of
Dallas ... . - Oregon
KNOWING THERE IS A MARKED
difierence between articles of TINWARE
manufactured by me, and that made hy manu
facturers in Portland and otter 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 iu
Stoves of ail kinds,
Copper, Brass and Iron Ware,
Wire work of all descriptions,
Hheet and f.alvanized Iron,
Stove Hollers, Tea Kettles,
Milk Pans, Dippers,
Lard aud Ilutter Cans,
Japanned Ware a general Assortment, I
Cooking Spoons, A variety of Gem Fans,
Porcelain lined Stew Pans for Frnit,
Broiling Fixtures of New and the Mos
And in fact everything that ean be found in a
first class Tiu and Stove Store.
Neatly Don9 and Promptly Attended to.
.ev Coof!! IYcw floods!!
FOR THE PRESENT SEASON."
We respectfully call the attention of the
Public to our Well Selected Stock of.
Ladles' Dress Goods,
Ladles' and Misses Hats,
Gent a FurnlsliIngGoods,
Gloves, Gaiter. Etc.
lit fact Everything Found In a .Flr&t
Class Retail Store.
We can assure our Patrons that we will be
up with the times.
Come and .Examine 'our Stock "before pur
Country Produce taken in exchange f r
N. A. J. D. LEE
Dallas, April 22, 1S71. 1-t.
11 1: a 1! ii 1: a v:i
tlhvniivv limn C-.rer!!!
11 o 1. t 1 : it u 0 it r l 1: v & co.,
ELLEN DALE .STORE,
Have removed their STOCK OF tSOODS to
Dallas, and are constantly rccci big NIW and
WELL SKLKCTED (lOODS. consisting of
Ladle. Ireis and l'"atiry GiMds,
Men and Hoy. C li thlng,
HalK and Capa,
Ikmta and Shes.J
Ladle' and Chlldrens allocs of e.cry
Style and slie.
A full Stock of Groceries contdaml)
011 hand,also Hardware and Crockery.
Woolen Good .Manufactured at the
Elleiidale Mill, such as
Heavers, Cassimerea, Hard Times,
Tweeds, FlanueN and Hlankets.
Which we offer at Wholesale and Retail.
Having a desire to locate permanently in
Dallas, we will deal fairly and jn.tly yth al'
who may favor ti with tbeir patrn:e. We
will excbaiijre Goods for Country Produce, for
which wo will pay the Highest Price.
Bring on your Eggs and Butter.
The standard remedy for Coughs, In
fluenza, Sore Throat, Whooping
Cough, Group, Liver Complaint,
Hrouchitls, Bleeding of the
Lungs, and every aflerilon of the
Throat. Lungs and Chest, Includ
Wlstars Balsam does not dry up
a Cough, but loosens it, cleanses
the Lungs, allays Irritation, thus
removing the cause of the com
plaint Matte gtmulue Unless sign
ed I. BUTTS. Prepared by SETH
W. FOWLI2 fe SON, Boston.
Sold by HEDDINGTON, IIOS
TETTEK CO., San Francisco,
and by dealers generally. 10-ly
Has on hand anrt tor Sale, SADDLE
TREES of all sixes and the best quality.
Shop near Waymlro's Mill, Dallas, Oregon.
Da. Saok's CATAnnn Rfmrdt. $500 reward
for an incurablo case. Sold by dropjl?t8, or
by mail, 1) cents. Pamphlet free Address R.
V, PearoefMrD., Buffalo.N., Y.
P A T I O IV A L
BUSINESS CO L L E G Et
PORTLAND, OREGON. ,
A MODEL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE!!
THE EDUCATION FOR TIIETIMES.
The Importance of a Practical Education
Was never more Apparent than How !
IT IS UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED
J. that as we grow in prosperity we grow more
practical, and tbat 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 afked
what things he thought most proper for boys to
learn, he replied: ''Those things which they
hould practice when they become men."
' Deliver all things in number and weight,
and put all in writing thatthoo givestont orre
ccivest 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 OP INSTRUCTION
to meet the
DEMANDS or THE AGE !
The moet thorough, and comprehensive
COURSE OF BUSINESS TRAINING
ever introduced by any
c o ji ifi ; ft c 1 a Jj
U U S 1 A ESS COLLEGE,
TIIKOIl AND PRACTICE,
by means of
BASKS JM) BUSINESS OFFICES
Tbe Course is so arranged and Taujht as t
enable tbe Student t master it in the
fcbortcet J iuju possible
Each Student, after, passing through the
becomes an actual '
HOOK KEEP Ell iSD MERCJlAS'l
where, in the spa" of a f ' w WEEK, be oh
rain the experience ol anOHDINAKY LIFE
The TELEORA I'll DEPARTMENT isno
fitted up with tb best 'instruments, and is ii
r'-utpletc riM!iir.-jr t h-r.
For MM. INFORMATION, send fur.COl.
I.Eli K PA 1' Ell. Addr--s:
D.FUAN '" -HMP.
52yl Portland, Oregon.
" wll. TS;AI. A: Co.,
. 1AIN STREET, DALLAS,
Arc on hand with their WACUONS and WVii
;IES tit thrir old Ktd this ?pTrng as u.-ua
and intend to sell l lffi . TV chc t lor Cah :
the Prccs ranging l.'.o to f 1 st.
They lmv also on band for a!e plenty o!
wnon matt rials. (Jivcbini a call and see theui
AH kinds of. work in tin ir line done o order
All kin-Is of Itlark-ml hlntr di ne n s!or
notice, an-1 in a workmanlike manner. II tm
Shoeing $2 60, cajh down.
Thankful for jat patronage, tl cy srluit
continuance of the sain.'.
y.tf Dallas. M v r. iri.
$1 55 Hewn I'd
The undersigned will pay tbe above reward
to anv ptr-on returning the Itdiowin,; animals
to biiii at his residence, in Indep nb ncc. One
whiU- mare, heavy set, harness tuarkeil ; n-
other marks visible. About ten years old.
hies on fore feet. Also, one one dark dunn,
or claybank mare, with black tail an-1 mane ;
large white spot in forehead ; saddle marks on
left side: shoes on foi-e feet ; about ten years
0ld. M.C. RUSSELL,
OREGON fc CALIFORNIA RAIL
road Company, Land Department. Port
land, Oregou, April 5, 1872. Notice is hereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will be insti
tuted against any and every persoi who tres
passes upon any Railroad Land, byuttingand
rcmovinir timber tborefrom before tbe same i
H01HJ1IT ol the Company AND PAID FOR.
All vacant Land in odd numbered sections
whether surveyed or nnsurveyed, within a dis
tance of thirty miles from the line of the road,
belongs to the Company
L R. MOORES,
r-f ; v " Land Agent
0. w. tt OB ART.
Ijook Out lor the Locomo
live AVIieii the Bell lUiigs!
Since tbe O. C. Railroad has been completed
to Cornelius, and prospects of its speedy
approach to Dallas and thence to Ruena Vista,
be up with the times by patronising home
.INDUSTRY AND 12 N TE R I' R I S C
Why send your money out of the State, and
use Inferior articles, when you can get the
renuine " Home Manufactured" article by call
ing on : : . ;
GEORGE W. HOBART & CO.
at DALLAS or BUENA ISTA, in Polk Co
Manufacturers of Superior Wool faced, long
and short , .
nnd all other
HORSE E it U I P I?I El T S
made of leather, which they oITer at reasonable
Orders for Carriage trimming. Repairing,
etc., etc., will be promptly attended to, and dine
in the most approved fctyle.
0-lf . , U0. W. HOB ART A CO.
to the ruBMCr
ALtt KINDS ' OF WORK, SEWIl
Washing and Ironing, Ac, done by Mrt
Burnett on short notice and ' on reasonable
terms. All orders left at tbe bouse, south west
part of Dallas, wm be immediately attended to.
: " '.. f -
The Great Medical Discovery
; Dr WALKER'S OAIIFORNIA
V1N EG AR;B ITTE RSi;,
' ' ' ' ' ' - m ' '' m rrt 1 Jt OS
Hundreds oi A Rou5auua
Bear testimony to thHr Wonder-
IUl UUXailVB Jiuvvvo.
s WHAT ARE THEY?f3
. . . ' H mm
: i- 3 TIUS I Aim AUl A mS.S
FANCY D R IN.KiPaf
Vade of Poor Kum, WUiakey, Pr'f
Hplrlta and Refuse Uaawradoctored,sr4ced
and sweetened to please tbe taste, called Ton.
Ics," Appetizers," Restorers," c, that lead
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, bat ara
a true Medicine, made from the Native Roots and
Ilcrbs of -California, free from alt AleobIIo
Htluiulante. Ther are thoGUEATDLOOP
PURIFIER and LIFE CJIVIXU PRIN
CIPLE a perfect Itenovator and Invlgorator of '
the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and
restoring the blood to a healthy condition. No
person caa tate these EUters according to direc
tion and remain long unwell.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhea
mat i miii and Jont, Ilyapepala or IndU
trcMilou. Billon, licaiitteut and later
iiiltirui Fcvcra, l)Ucae of the lllood,
Liter, Kid iter a, and Hladder, these DIt '
term hare been most saeeessful. Haeh Dlo
raco are caused by Vitiated Blood, which
It genera!! produced by derangement of Uio
J'trili ve Org-ana.
IVHPEP.SIA Oil INDIGESTION,
lioa loclic. Pala ia tlie Shoulders, CoogliS, Tight
ness of t'.ie Chest, Dizrincaa, Sour Eructatioas of
t!ic Stomach, Had taste In the Mouth BIUousi At
tacks, I'alpitr.tlon of the Heart, Inflammation of
tho Luns,rala in tticre?iona of the Kldney,an4
a hundred oUcr raiufnl symptoms, aru tho iS
prlngs of Dyspepsia.
Th- y lavlsornte the Stomach and stimulate tho
torpid liver and bowela, wlileU rentier them of un
equalled tfficacy la cleansing tho fcWod f U
impurities, an t Imparting new life and rigor to
the whole system.
FOIt SKIN DISEASES, Emrtlons.Tcttcr.
SaltKhcuui.Clotclica. EpoU, lluiplcs. Pustule.
Ikiils, Carbuncles, Wag-Worms, f cald-Hcad, Sore
Eyii,E.-yMpela., Itch, Scurfs, IMecoloratlons of
the Sfcla, Ilituiors and Diseases of the Sk!n, of
whatever nauio or nature, are literally dug up
and carried out of the syeteui In a chor timo 1y
t!ie use of thes3 Bitters. One bottle In such
cac will convince tho most incredulous of tUcif
t'k a iss the Vitlctcd Blood whenever you find
it !i,pnrit!c9 bursting thronti the skin in Pim
ples, Eruptions cr Sore; cleanse It whn ya
And it obstructed end sluggish iu the vein;
cleanse it ivhcn it is foul, and your feelings will
tell yon when. Keep Vm tlood pure and tho
health of the pyrtcm will follow.
PIS, TA PEand other WO It MS, lurking In
the system of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. Tor full directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J. WALKF.R. Proprietor. R. n. McDON'ATJ) &
CO., DruKs'ists d Gen. Agents. San FrancUco.
Caland S3 and 31 Coinme cJ Street. New York.
SOLD BY ALL DUUGG1STS AJ5D DEALEKS.
THE NEW FOOD.
For a few cents you can bny
of your Grocer or Druggist &
racfcage of SEA MOSS FARINE,
made from pure Irish Moss, or
Carrageen, itIhcIi will mako
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotto Kusse, &c. It is tho
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in tho world. It.
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change ! I
T1IE C3R.EAT WORLD'S TOKIC
,TliU wonder AU vegetable I
resmrntive is the sheet-u '
cliorof the feeble mid dcbilH
tatcd. As i Ionic and. cordial .
for tho ngcel and laiiiguil It
lia no equal, unibngr stom
achies. "-An a remedy for th
nervous weakness to whicH
women are eiecially sub
Ject, it is Misierseding every
other stimulant. In all Cli
mates, tropical, temperate, '
or n-iid, it acts as a specific I
in every species of disorder " !
which undermines the bodily
strength and breaks down the 1
animal spirits, Tor sale ' by.
uii Druggists. '
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