A friend assures us that he was cured of a severe attack of tic doloreux by the following simple remedy: - Take half a pint of rose water, add two teaspoonfuls of white vinegar, to form a lotion. Apply it to the part affected three or four times a day. It requires fresh linen and lotion each application; this will, in two or three days, gradually take the pain away. The above receipt I feel desirous of being made known to the public, as I have before mentioned the relief I have experienced, and others, whose names I could give. The last remark is our friend's own. We doubt the cure of real tic doloreux by these means; but in many cases of nervous pains the above would be useful, and may easily be triea.