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SCALLOPED 'lkWI'%AOTs.-PIe and out
in slices one-foirth of an inch thick;
prtok in a pudding dish, In alternate
layers with a force-meat made of bread
crumbs, butter, salt, pepper and a little
white suigar, spread thickly oi each
1.yer ot tomatoes, and when the dish
is nearly full put toiatoes uppermost,
a good bit of butter on each slice,
Dist with pepper and a little sugar.
:trow with dry bread crumbs and bake
covered half an hour. Remove the lid
iben and bake brown. Tomato figs
ire made In this way ; First remove
Ithe skins; then add one pound of white
sugar for every pound of fruit. Place
ini a stone jar and allow to remain for
twonty-four hours. Pour off the syrup
aind boil, skimming unt.il clear. Re
turn the syrutp to the fruit and let it
Itand twenty-tour houtirs, piour it off,
boil and stimn as before. After the
thirt time the tomaloes are ready to
dry. Place them on earthen plates and
set them inI the sun. When well dried.
pack in small Jairs or wooden boxes,
withii fine white sugar sprinkled be
tween each layer. Tomato catsup.
Cut line a nalt' peek of ripe tomatoes
and mix With the following: 'T'hree
pints of vine'gaLr, one onion and two
green peppers, cut 11ne, one teaculp of
black and white mustard seed mixed,
One1 tcnculp or1 lastartiitmsi1, do of salt,
do. of sugar, one tablespoonful each of
cloves and mace, and two o'linamon
and black pcl)per, three celery stalks,
cut ilne, or onIe Oun1ice of the ced two
.'ed peppers n% ithout the seed, and two
roots of horseradish, grated. Nothing
Vani beat this.
MANAoEMENT 01 CHILDREN,-There
is too imtuch mistaken ki ndIness In the
management of children. ' The law of*
of love Is great, but; united firmness is
greater. Your whiildren can lbe yolr
Alds to good housekeeping. Make themi
hielpfil 1 and useful, and you iaiike them
iappler. LOt themli early form habits
of neatness anid order, and when you
are weary you will not have to wait oin
iheir carelessness, Teach them to
-rive you courteots speech and manners,
and41 theyW will. live to honor. Let no
partof your house be too good for your
faiiily. Let the boys s. well as tile
:irs' budi-roomn be light and eheery.
Take uZreat, pains to have tht hom1n at
traction stonger than can come from
outsiide nlhinences. So few children
aonfllde In their pIrent s or guardians.
Would it not be wvell to take an litereat
in them towards us, instead of repol
Is PolK WuiLoLtsom: ?-We find a
qu11estioll raiseld as to tie wlolesome
ness of pork, snine part les declaim Ing
agains it itli asl article of food, etc.
WIhat a pieceof folly 1 t is at. thi is late
day to raise siich an i 1ssue 1 Porik clIL
erS, C0111)ised of On'e-ten til 1' tile civ
ilized population of tile worli, will
scout at. shl 1i1on sese. For all per
sons of Itemiva habit s, pork is jusi.as
Wholesome as~ anythinig else., atal lar
mo'e' sustainain. ''o discard pork
would be to d iscardi Oi orm of tle mai n
Itetus1 goilg 11110 0111 "val statistles.
What would4 becomo of' tile almv anti
!he navy, ol'our merichant marinie; or,
iII a iword, tile great. 1uass of our 1p iop
ulatiol, if pork weor to be tihrowi over
boa rd ? I'be Ilea is su tIreImeily abs ird
tilt) fot wottid be just, cause for a
IMPORTArr TO io-rniXus.-Another
im portalit fact, 1it been -.liscovereil by
physologists-namtely, the saliva of an
is inca pf:tbnIe of o1 Inert I ng sta tI into
food iln place o1' Inottit hi-'s miil k, ill t hie
case of infanit.s, illv~ariabl y lI. Such
children cann~lOl digest.,1 starch and are
underl'1d, or' tm~tl starv'ed, dyinlg ilnal..
ly of lmarastllus. Starch'ei, arr'ow-ro~ot,
sago, tapioutt, etc., ItrIe useless becauisa
itid igest.ihlie, l'or' &'hildrien before thbey
have cut theiir teethl.
RIXci Sour w. 111 n lnKEN I'EA.--PIck
over' iI wash quartI'er of' a poun1 ld or
rice, put1. itint a11 quart, oi' boiling wia
ter' ctnt ia lig a 1tblespioon ful ol' salt,
anid boll it. for' tellIl mIntes. TIhenl
drain it, put, it into two quarts 01'
[ brothi, or me a t stoeck 8(easonted withi
pcpper' and sail. and boil it genitly until1
the grains beginI to cractk topeni. Meltni
Cline boil a pin Il o' g eenl p~ens In boil
- lng water' and1 salt un tl tIIhey are0 teln
der, wash81 thiem well w Ith col water
as soon as tey ar'e done, dralin the1m,
and puit thetu into the soup tureen
As soon as the ice is tenider' pour the
soup itito tile tureenI oin the pea1s and1(
'.1 serve at, once.
To Proxusi Ecos.-Sixtoeen eggs, 01ne
quai't of vliegar', ha11f 6tunce o1 black
>epper, hallI' oun lce Jamtenihii pRepe,
ha 1' outnce gInger. 1Rol1 thle eg~gs for'
twvelve milnutes, then til themi itto
cold water, anti1 take oll' tile shel11. Put,
the vinlegar, w ith~ the pepr andi gin
ger, into a slewpantI, and1 let, It almmler
for ten minuttes. Now pla1ce te eggs
etc., boiling hot, an1:1 w1hen cold, t~le
them dlowni with a bladder to excluide
- the air. This pliekle wIll be ready for
uBe Ina miointh.
The liver if it ic dormuat. and avoid a train of
evils wicit musllt ot'oerwiiso ensue. Atuony
ilostettor's Stamiach liittera. It spe dl y b'an
isheos thiose paina8 in tile regiln of tm areatrid
organ, the .vollowniess of the ialkin. nausea, ver
attack. A bilious iuib. 't, aft -r a budo courso
of this espitat liver sttimunlant an I invigorant,
finds tha~t lisa toi~no I i~ ni onger turred in the
morning. 1h:8 breath is crown swoeti'r, a i'un
dred inexp~ioe al enations, no longer make
his life uaarablo. his bowels have acquired
the steadin~ess of a well-reguhaod pico of
mstehanism, and he can oat wvithm a hearty api
polito andu go 'd digestion. it Is because the
hitter - assuist,. niatu-e In her efforta to birin~g
back the disorh'ir'd liver anid bowe a to their
normal coitiini, that it aotcomiplihos such
CALBO.Nott he derndorized petr'oleum
hair renlewer' and1 reCttIoer, a1s 11mplroved
and perfected, chailenges the wvorld
and stands withiotut a r'ival amiong the
hai d esing, andis a universal favor
A LADY's Wtra.-'--Ohm, how I do
wish m skinwas a clear' as yours,"
salil ladyto0h' friund. "Yitn caln
easly akeit~o,"answer'med the fietnd.
"Ho ?' inu tredthe f1i'st lady. "Bly
ung fop itters, that. maikes pure
rich blood and blootuluBg heoalth, It dlid
- fr me, its you observe." Road of It.
VEGETIuNE has never failed to eft'ect a
cure, givinig tonie aind strength to thme
Ifstam debilitated by disease.
A~ 1(N8 COLD Is S0MaTwm R CoW''t AceTsD oN ToP eP
4WoTI1lsR, theS accornpuinying Cough bie'ominq
set tled andeconfirmed, ahd the0 Lungs -o str1tined
and4 raohced that the-prOdUett~on of t uberes fre
quently follows. 31mliy existing eaues of Pul.
mnonarv Disease may be thus aocountam for aund
yet. Jioi many ota era are abw carelessly allow
inog thrmeselv to dtr~ tithroumgh time prelimt -ary
symptoia 401-Iohled by the fa i poliy of at.
l Wing'a 0d to take osr ~f ltaet f.0Dh first,
ntiation 00 of aghrCd. or any Ta roat or
mmtrube.reot' prof tyto urJayne
A WFrAiln PnAJor -- A pleasanti
an ucdole Is told of I'Iurtidge tlie cele
brated ihnain m inn mk er. III I jtaveiling
on hor eback ilto the counr-Y hie stop
ped lor hIs dillner al In inI, it tid after
ward called for hi horse$v thaI hle Im igliht
reach the next, ton i where e Ilhtenid.
'I'f .%onl "-(i 1.1 take my tdvie, sir,''
sait the worthy iosi ler, as lie n as about
to moluniit his loi'se, "'You will stay
whe)e yoti are Vol ' I-lie f ight, as yo1
will srtel" be overtalken by a pelting
"N atisellse, nonsen3e," said the al
anita- inaker, "there Ia a six pen se f,1r
you my inest fellow, ani good It bier
nool to you.'
le proceeded Onl Is journ-Iey, anld
sureen 40ough lie was well dren clhed in a
heavy shower. Patirldge was struck
with tihe man's predietion, and being
always intent on the Interest of his Il
tanaine, he rode back on the instant,
ail[ was received by the hostler with it
Well, sir, you see I was right after
"Ys my lad, you iave been so, and
here Is a crown for you : but I give it
to on coniditioni that you tell m11' how
you knew of this rain.''
"To be sure, sir,'' replied the man
"why the truth 18 we have an almnalac
in our house called 'Partridge's Alma
tne,' aiid the fellow is such a notorious
liar, tihat wihenever he promiscs us a
ile (laly we always know that it will
be the direct contrary. Now, your
hionor, this, the 21st of June, Is put
down in our 'almatine ini-doors as 'set
tied line weather, no rain.' I looked
at that before I brought yotr horse
sut, and so was enabled to put you oil
Ancrc Cumm.-A hundred years
fromt nw Baldwin's Hotel, in Sai
Franeisco, will be cut up into canies,
and the latter sold at a dollar apiece as
relles of a building in which was ex
hibited the most colossal Instance of
arctic cheek in American annutals. A
gorgeous velvet-vested and cit-glass
diamond-pilu stranger from Chicago
was requested to leave the house after
it was ttiscovered thit, thme only effect.
for a two weeks' board-bill lie pois
sessed was a carpet-bair cotitauiig a
pair of oli mocks and bushel of*saw
'llow dare yolt suggest stinh a
0tig." sia Id t he guest, twirlinhg iis
orolechai. "%I ant Chn I riimat of the
Chicago Comtittee to receive Giant.
Don't you know a promitient citizen
wviei you see one ?''
If yo don't go,,' said the importa
ble clerk, "we'll have to fire you out."
"By whose autthority do you perpe
trate this outrage, sirt? By whiat-''
''"ly the nape of the neck and the
seat of your trousteri,"' linterrupt.ed
the clerk, firlly, and lie rang for a
"Very well, sir, Inder the cirm in -
staiices, 'il go; but tn id yoi, young
Man, don't let this occur AoaitN !" and lie
wallked lwitily ouit..
AN O1 lawyer ill Pi'l ladel phia long
hid (lie repuItatioll of beliig the iost
coiurteouls inan Ill the city, becauseo le
wits always bu polite to his wife when
lie chanced to meet her ii t.he street;
blit an ulgenerous foe at last discov
cred and made known the fact that
the hill lawyer was near-sighted and
mistook his wife for some other wom
A wmx wanted her husband to sym
pat ize wilt h her in at feminine qiarrel
batt, lie refused, say Ing, "I've livedl
long enoughi to kntow than one woinai
Is as good as anlothier, if not better.''
''Anid I,'" retortedl the wife, "'have liv
edi long enough to kniow thait one0 mani
is as bad as anlothter, if not, wvorse I"
A L.AIY will beat a grocer down on
a hailfI p~oitiid of mustaird, butt shie wIlt
alwa%'iys give a peddler hiis pri1c.
No tnattecr how hottest or utprightr the
smalil boy may be, his mother pretfers
to lhcep the pantry eon taining the pies5
ITt a boy who takes doliber'ite allm at
a tbirut ati iets fly and blows his head
oil' w iil be lienard frorn shortly.
TInui man wvith the line country resi
dleice is not puithtlg 011 i) mlany tairs
as lie did. hour Inoths ago.
Thix more costly and( dlilente thei
stock ings, the morn ai young lady ia ini
dlffereint to wimnd.
f'r ia always the scarfplin with the
most brass ona It tat finds the readilest,
'ITrl Ures are not of a literary tirn,
but, It, is said that they tire all well red.
Nio boy is too high-toned to go shoot
Ing with a sevenity-flve cent pistol.
No mantt hias Over beenI known to
pawn~ his straw lhat.
CA Use AX)) laexic r.-T'he imal inIl im-u
of n'rvousness Is ind igestistr, and that
is caulsedl by w'eaknv's oft thet Stomiaeic.
Noo('le catt ha lve'5(1und nerves iad g. od
heal th wIthout uislig Hop11 Htuers to.
sttreigrten the stotmachi, purify the
lod, anid keepi thie liver and kidneys
active, to carry ol aili the poisoinoits
and waste mlatter of the system. 8ee
A FvFORITK Cocoti RaMnDY.--For
Colds, Soreo Throat, Asth ma, Catarr'h
and~ other dliseasesl ot' the bronchial
tubes, no mocre useful artIcle ennt be
found than the wvell-known "'Drowa''s
Tiuii pr'ice of soap is rapidly adlvanc
lng. A year's sutpply of D~OinNs'
EI.ltC-rnti ouight no0w at 01(d priice wvili
be a very Juldicious purchase.
Glyntyour neIghbor a heolpinghand( by
recoimmendhing him to keep, Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup In hIs faily for all the Iis
babies atre subject to.
Prgrimages to Bantato, N. V.,
are mad1e by thousands or . inlvalids an
nutally to consult with the medical
and surgical stair of the World's Ils
lpensary anld Invalhids' Ilotel, the larg
est prIvate satitnrium ill the world.
All elhronie diseases are t.eatedl by sei
antific mletods. Tihe practlee Is di
u Ided~ among ninle eminetnt spielllts.
Amiong the most popiular domsatle
melies in the land uare thioso ma nin
factured by this Association, amiong
which are Dr. i'ierce's Gohln MedlI
eat Discovery, the greatest of aitura
tlves or blood-cieansers, and Drs
Pierce's Pellets (little pills) .that have
largely anlpersedled the ol-fashioned
coarse pills. Comnpound, Extraict of
Sm'urt Weed is deservedly popaliar as a
remedly for dliarrhe'l, dysettry, lutx,
and kindred dIseases; also as a pain
killer and remedy for colds. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the
great remedy for female weaknesses
and associated (derangements. Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Rlemedy is the "Old
Reliable." Inwalid's GuIde Book-10
oents, postjpaid. Addreis World's
Dipesr Mdoa Asoltin3Bt
fal ~ . .o odn al
CAS-oTn-OL lIEAN.-The modo of cul
livation Is much like thnt of Indian
corn. It islplalnted in haills four feet
apart. Two beans are dropped ia etacl
hilIl, and if both germinate, the weaker
plant 1A desturo ed. It is plan ted dur
Ing the cori-platiitig season ; that Is,
when no further frost may be expected.
It i ctiltivated after the manner of corn.
The height of the plant varies from
tiroe to eight feet, according to the
soll and season. 'I hero are two varie
ties of the oil-bean, namely, the blue
stem and the red-stem; some farmers
prefer the red and some the blue.
There In a so-called castor-beati plant
that is 'naguilleent iII its tropical luxu
rii uiee, bitt, It is more a follage thtian an
oil platit, tho beans li ng otil of favor
with tile oil-crushers. Tile beaus ma
t-:re diring Atugust aid 8eptember, or
ra'her the imatturing continues till the
I A ost kills the plaitnts alnd all the imma
tire beans. Te pliant throws out dur
Ing this period, froim time to time, what
tare called the spikes, to which are at
tatcled the pods contialning the beans.
These spikes vary in length from four
or live to 11fteen lieles, the average
being about ten liatches. The spike is
in the form of a cone and stands erect
on the plant. Tie harvest commences
when tile first beans begin to pop. The
shell holding tiae bean explodes and the
bean Is ejueted a niumber of feet. Tle
canse is (loubtless the slate that pro
utlces tlie popping of corn, being the
applieation of helia to the enclosed
moisture. Children are used with e
con(iny in the gathering of the spikes.
A sled, abolt ttre1 feet wide, Is gen
erally usud, which is drawni between
the'rows. The spikes that have thrown
ol 1one or more beans, are detached
with a knife, and the others tare drawn
to lie poppiig floor near the homestetad.
The flour is prepared by clearing from
graase a level sptce of an extent corres
p0onding to the amotant of the crop.
The pikes tare thrown upont the floor
w itout crowdling one Oil the'ot-her, iand
the stil gtves the heat to expel tile
teans. They are tUeni wilnnowed from
the chair and are ready for ntarket.
Tihe price is now tilnety cents per bush
el, of, stay forty-two ipo11nds. There is
always aa Iarket, for thein, yet the bty
ers tare in, ta "tring."' The few mills re
gtilate the prices. All tie buyers aare
local agenais for the mills, anizd wihile
there is ge nerally io curlpetition, tilie
crushfuers are awaare ihtat they mAst pay
tat least a ef-rtaiin priee, or the beains
will n1ot be likely to be produced the
following season. The yield varieb
Ifromx tell to eighteen bushels per laeru.
In otlio words, the yleid is as liear thal,
of wheat ias can be deterinined. Far
liners are not ii unison as to tile kind of
Soil best adipted to the bean ; but the
gelneral opilioll is corn eet, aild that is,
the better tihe iaitii.t soil, the better
the Crop. There i. is great aidvantage
Iarising fromn raising beans, an11(d it 4s,
tLtt the sol becomes decidedly and
greatly improved. It isgenerally stp
posei tliat this arises lroimi so many Of
thet beans beii,, unavolded expelled kn
the field. There is a singaiftrity at
tending tle gatherlog of' tle beans that.
Is both peculiar and tinpleasiait, A
dizzinhess iand qiialiiishnhess faequenitly
attack the gaitherer. These tare imit-ll
tested particttlarly after a heavy Je w or
a riii, whei the so Is shining hot.
Ali odor is then exhaled from the crop,
w hih causes t lie ialsea ; bt, there are
iift els who attribte tall this to imuag
ination. The writer is in this case Onte
ot' tle fatithiful. It is perhlaips not gena
crtally knitiowi that live stock will be
coie sick tid frequeitly (it) from eat
lig the beanis. As a rule stock that Is
frequeutey115 fed, will not toich them.
They tare egnal ly danigerota to persons
whot uty3 patatke of t.hiimi.
Hlow -rO Pt.Aar W A'rI:n Lrtt.:s.--Thae
best. way to plaant Maclh flowers
tas thi" ilowerinzg ruLthh, thie watetr lily,
or arei other at(J11Ic speeies we iiay
wish to reart, is to get anu ol baisket,
(ntot, too coarse in lts webbiing), l1ii it
witLIh soil well satt iatedl in watter, tand~
place toe roots oil the plait t 1here in.
The b~asket shioul d thieni eithier be weigh
teal witi stonles or saurroiintled w itht
stoneLs bu it ar~ound( it ini tile bed of the
pond~ Or streami, to ,preventt Its being
shif'ted or overturntied by thue cuarreit oi
any other distuarbiiig imnfluenace. A
~ediuent, Is quiickly deposited iaround,
the pitanat speedli ly fInds Itself at hon1 e3
Iln its new quatiers&, tiid has a short, tlIne
the basket elthter falls to pieces or at,
least so far yleidls to the~ uinkindly con
ditois in whlech It Is placed tas to be
little or 10 ipleatimient to the Sprad
lug roots. Th'le basket should be rathert
a flune one, or' eisc the dirat in which the
planit ls set wvil be wiashedf out, anid the
trouble wvill then iall haye been takent
in v'ain. As shtort a (11me as p~ossllble
snoauld elapise bietweent the remiovtal of
aniy waiter pliant fromi its old hlomel to
its new one; and whiere somne llt'le
Ltin must of neccessi .y Intervene, the
roots should be kept, dtamp1, either by
immnaersioin In sie conavenilent vessel
or by being surroundedl by datmp 1moss,
unatil they ctan be replanteud.
Thank (God for Aneiuaegls!f
WEF.LEET~'.~, MA~s. , A pril 10. 187(t
MEssas. Nucsurrsima & Co.
Dear Sirs: Enclosed you wIll flndl one dollar.
for which please send me a box of Anakt'ei.
Direct it to Mu. ford ltichi, Jr., WVellikht,, harn,
stable Co., Massi. My Wife lhas suffeured terrIbly
with piles for ten years, and had tried all kiids
of remedies that udhe couild hea~ir of without
munch relief. Last aunimoir Iimhappened to hear
of Aniakesisa when I was in Bloston andi so I
procured a btox and imhi (itperienicedh immediato
relief. She says whoe can oxoltaim with the coloc
bratod professor: Thmank Glod fair A nake'sia/
She gave part, of the contents of thme iox to a
frienad of her's ina Provmaetown. anld they
helped her so thaa'. she sont the niext day and
bought some; Th'le most of thie inahabitants, of
this plaee and vIcinity are soia-faring people,
and by being exposed to wet and celdi,and~
hard pulhinag at ropes. nine out of ton are troua
bled with piles, anid have tried so many reme
dios without relief that they are discouraged
and have nao faith in anything, baut I know that
they are a good artmcle. Now I will tell you
my plan; I am a peddler and travel in Barn
stable couanty, arid times are so hard that
money is very scarce beut if Icani afford it this
summer I want to buy about a dozent boxes on
purposo to gieaway to time uubovers, a nd I
think that by so doing. anda being~ acquainted
with so many people. that I could get lip quite
a trade In A nakesis if you would givo me the
sole rIght of tis county...
Youa s truly.
111V illD R!Cfl, Jn.
A nake.'is is sold by all ibet-clia-,s draugdits.
Price $t 00 per box. Hathnf'la ltmted rrece to
all suiferers, on aplicat.oni to P. Noazeul der
& Co., llex 3910, New York.
T'ni hand! tha t rocks the cradle, is
ft htad that mo'ves the earth. Dr.
Rolhl's lithe Syrupl is the best remedy
for till ('oml ain4a e'-tid ron iare subjeet
to, such aL .lUyyt'ary. Plarbona, Huim
w'er Cwnpl.dint, Wind Colle, etc. PrIce
I, Yeu Would Enj~oy Ghood lealth -Take
foollands Gelrman fillers.
If Troubled with Constipation, take IHdof
SI,425.50 Profits in 30 hays;
510 in legitimate Stock Speculations in Wall
street pays fimenso proftts. Pamiphalets ex
pilsining everythinig Seont free. HICrrn & do.
.rkr,197 litosadway, Ni. Y.
Rfell's. Teller. Oantment Wall core' every
orm of To ter.
t0O90 1WX.otthe*ao th Mas. 2W.
IF You aro DyspOptilo Hooland's (eno
Bitter# will ouro .ju.
IF Your Liver is Disordered Ilooflgnd'Vs Qgj
man itMers will uot it aright.
DISEANE OF TIRE MLIDNEYS.
Tac s1rnip)toIns of an acute attack of inflan
31:1 0I' of tio kidney.- are as follows: Fove:
I -11, int hII smiil of the back. and thence shool
Ing dowiward nummbnos of th' thigh. vomi
Ing, 11,1111. at, first a le. rcdcolorof1hoeur.nl
wh1h i-1ecomes pale mid colorless as th disoas
Ilict etl, qni I 1 disch'Arge.i very often wit
pain atid difileult'.; coittvones, ad some d(
rG oofoolc. Ini chronic isens -sot thekidney
le: syrnptomsi a p.iIn in the back and limby
drs-ness of tho skin, trequont tarinat~on copol
itly at night), goneral rop4y, headache. izl
liess of silt, I iigoeston, aid palpItation of th
hea rI, grad atal lbss (f -trongt. paleness an
tiifli of the face, cough and shortneos o
I it diseases of the kidneys the V3getine give
iminediato ro lot. It line never fal 0d to cur
whwn it 1, taken regularly and diroctions fo]
lowed. In many casus it may take several be:
ties. PSpclaiiy cas3 of I ing Etanding. It act
dirooiy upon the accretions, cleansing an,
stren,4(honing, removing nil obstructions an
lin)Uritlea. A grIat many can testIfy to case
of loingstandisg having ben portooty cu od b,
the Veget ne, oven after trying many of thl
know n reino lea which are sa ( to be exprosil;
fo,- this disoas,
I Gaineui Mixteon Pouiis.
CINCINNATI, 0., March 17, ISTT.
)oar$Ir.-1 hay b'en a groat sufferer fron
Kidney Complaiit. and after the use of a fev
bottlesof Vegotine I tind inself ontiroly cured
I ga ned SIXtcn pounds in 11)sh white takinj
th o Vogel mne. I will ch'ceriully ro onmnend It
Yours tru!y, N. T. AtulJIme,
No. 80 West Nixth Street.
11. It. STRVSNR : CINCINNATI, 0., March 19, 1871.
Pe Ir Mr-1 havo uezol your VF.OKTINK for somi
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Cns s of the ki Inoys I cheerfully recommend it
Itespctini'. 0. 11. IsMITI.
Attestod to by K. 11. Ashilold, iruggist, cor
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n y NINNATI, 0., April 19, 197T.
I h'vo uTffered several years with the Kidnoe
Complaint,. and was I(IindCtt to try VXIIKTINB.
I tve ta:en coveral bottles of your proparation
nal 'In convinced It Is a valtiable remedy. I
uias oniio in more 70ci ttha any other medicine
I eiii iettrilIy iecnmmond It. to all sufforing
from Kidney Coimplainus
Yours itespeco tilly,
J. S. MuC!ILLIN,
FirsLt bookkeeper for Newhall, Uale & Co.. flou,
lnchunts, No. 86 West Froat street, Claclo
H. R. STEVENS, BosToN, MASS.
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through long days and long nights, owe him
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FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Treatise or
disease and Its Cure." as follows:
List of Disease. Cured by
Ralway's Sarsaparillian Resolvent.
Chronic Skin Diseases, Carles of the Bone
Humors in the Blood, Brofulous Dise 'ses, B
or unnatural Habit of Hody, Syphilis and Vene
real, Fever Sores. Chronic or Old Ulcers Halt
Iheun, IlIckota, White Swelling, Seal i hload,
Uterine Alfections, Cankers Olanflular Swell
ings, Nodes, Waating and D)Cc iy of the Body.
Implesand Blotches. Tumors, Dysrepsia. Kid
noy anid Bindtler Diseases, Chronto Rlh -umtism
and (lout, Uonsumption, Grivel and Calculous
Deposits, anti varieties of the above complaints
ta) which sometimes are given specious names.
. We assert that there is no known remedy that
passesmos the curativo power over those dis
**LSs th'it RADWAY'S JRsoLVBN' furnishes. It
cures, step by step. surely, from the founda
[ion, and restores the injuredT parts to their
ound condition. The wntNim of the body
it re stopped aand healthy blooto 1 sups.
11lied to t he system, from which now ma
rial iN formed. Tuls is the fl~st correctivo
p ter of ItADwAY's RRKoLvRNT. In cases where
he system has been mvalivated and Moroury,
Q'ilcksilver, Corrosive Sublimate have accumu
in t,ed and become deposit ed in the bones, joints
.. , causing caries of the bones, ricket s. aninal
-urvaturei, cont~rtions, white swoling3, var
Iose veins. et' . the SAisAr.RILLIAN will resolve
A way thoe3 deposits an I tterminate the virus
if Ithe disease from the system.
If those who are taking the'se medicines for
- oe cure of Chronic. Scrinlous or gyphilitlo dis
Pases. however slow tiny bi the euro, "jeel bet.
-r," andl flnd their general health Improving,
toir 1iei1 and weight increasing, or even keep
n i its own, Is a sure sign that, the ouro Is pro
ressing. In those dIheases the patient either
Uti better or worse-tho virus of the disease
I not inctivo; if not arrested and driven from
%h! blood it. will spread and continuo to under
'iIno th constitution. As soon as the BAasA
-'%R ILtAN inake.i the pAilent' feel bettor," every
.ur you %viii grow better and increase in health,
. ength and flesh.
The removal of these tumors by RADWAY's
it sotsVrNT is now so certainly established that
mt was once co'isidered almo ,t miraculous is
ow a co'n mon recogniz'd t tot by all parties.
kWitno a the cases of ilannah P. Knipp Mrs. 0.
Kapf. Mr. J. H1. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. Etondrix,
pubishe i In our Almanao for 18T9; also that of
41r3. t. N. Bibbins. in the present edition of our
'Palse and True."
Ose Dollar per Bottle.
Only requires' minutes, not houre, to relieve
pain and cure acute diseaso.
Radway's Ready Relief,
In front one to twenty mi'utes, never falls to
ro-lievo PAIN with (no thorough1 appliction.
' Mat.t er how viol nt or excruciating the i ain
ie ItIl RIJM \TI0', Bed-riden, Infirm. CrIppled.
,4ervys. N.eitraige, or p ot r Ltcd with disons'i
nay stiffer, RADWAY's RiADY' IELIEF will
tfford instant, case.
Ii101t1tt1mmnt fit of the Kidneys, Inflainia
tion, ortio illatitier, Intliamniation of the
itowets, Ooimgesti1mt of the I.ungs, Sore
Throitt, i1flicuit, Broathinag, Palpitiation of
the Iloart, itysteries, Croup, Dipththeria,
Cat arrim, inen, iieadache, Toot?ache,
Neuralgin, Rtlaentntism, Cold Chills,
A rite chill., Chillblains, Prost Bit es,
Bitluos. Smanmer Complaints, Vougmas,
Cold, spriains. Pains in time Chest, Black or
Limnus, are instantly rolieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Forer and Ague cured for Fifty Cents. There
is not. a remedial agent in t he woc idthat wviii
~ime Fever and A lte, and all othor Malarious,
Bilous, Scariet. 'lyphold, Yellow and ot~her
:evera (nldad by 1 AlwAY's Pu.Ls) so quick as
RIADtvAY' READY RKi.ia. .
It, wilt in a cev mnoments, when ta'ken accord
ing to diroctio:is, cure Cramps, Sparss *Bour
Stomajch, Heuartburn, 810k Hleadache, DiarrhCe i
Dysenteory. Colic, Wind in the Bowvels, and ali
Trave:era should always carry abottlo of RAD
WAY a JItxADY RELItEP with thorn. A few drops
in wva'er will prevent sickness or pains from
change of wate. it is better than French
bratly or bitters es a stimulant.
be provided with It.
All remedi agents capable of destroying life
by an overrio. o shiould lie avoided. Morphine
opium, strychnine, arnica, hyoscinmus, and
oter powerful remedies, does at certain times,
in very sma.l doses, relieve the pAtient during
their actilon it the ayptem, But perhaps the
second dose, if' repeated, may aggravate and in
cr0e se the suffer I g, and another dose cause
death. Ti'aore is no neces'ity for using these
uncertain agents when a posi tive remedy lIke
it.AD.iY'S IIBADv lRtAsP-will stop the mdst ox.
cruoiatlnig pain quicker, without entailing this
least, dillcuity in either Infant or adult.
TIgE TRUE RELIEF,
RAnwAy's R EADY RtErtUP is the only remedial
igent, in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Cent. per Bottle.
Radwayfs Regulating P ills.
Perfect Purgatives, Soothsing Aposii.
ents, Act Witisovut iPain, Always Relia.
ble and Natural in their Operattin.
& VEiGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR OALONEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated Writh
I v et gun prge, regutato, purify, oleanse
R A DwAY s PIrLS. for the euro of all disorders
)f the 8tomith, Iiver, Bowels Eidneys. Bind
icr, Nervous Iseases, Iheadahe, Constipation,
ostivencss. I ndigestion, Dyspepsia, BioUs
mras, Fever, Inflammation of the Dowels Piles,
tad all derangements. .of the Internat
Warranted to effect a perfeot cure. Pile.vg
stable, containing~bo mercury, minerals or dl
UF" Observe the following symptoms result
n~ from Diseases of the Digesive Org ns; Con
it iption, Inward Piles, Stiness of th JElood
n the Head. Aoidtt.y of the .Stomach, Nausea
lleartburn, Disgust Of Food, Futliness or Weighi
n the Stomaech, Sour Eruota lens, Sinking or
L'luttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffering
I -naations when in a lying Dosture,- Dimness or
Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, lever
snd Dull Pain in the Head, Deficienc of Per
ipirat ion. Yellowness Of the Skin and EOtpi
n the Side, Chest,, Limbs. and SuddenHI~S1
>f Heat, Burning in the Flesh.
A few doses of IRADwAY's Piu~a wIU .tree the
iystem frotn all the above-named disorders.'
Price, 25 Vents per Boat,
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2V5 ORST NlUT Sireet,
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