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SCALLO1PE1D TOMATOEs.-P0ee and cut
in slices one-fourth of an inch thlk;
plok in a pudding dish, In alternate
layers with a force-meat made of bread
er'umbs, butter, slt, pepper and a little
white sugar, spread thickly on each
I-tyer ot tonatoes, and when the dish
is nearly full put tomatoes npperiost,
a good bit of butter on each slice,
D tust vith pepper and a little sugar.
;trew with dry bread crumbs and bake
covered half an hour. Remove the lid
Slien and bake brown. Tomato figs
:tre made In this way; First remove
ihe skills; then add one pound of white
stigar for every pound of fruit. Place
in a stone jar and allow to remain for
twenty-forr hours. Pour off the syrup
and boil, skimming untl clear. Re
turn the syrup to the fruIt and let it
.tand twenty-tour houtrs, pouir It off,
boll and 5sim as before. After the
third time the tomatoes are ready to
dry. Place them on Carthen plates anid
swt them fit the stitu. Whmm well dried.
pack in small jars or wooden boxes,
with fine white sugar sprinkled be
tween each layer. Tomato catsup.
Cut line a anlf peek of ripe tomatoes
and mix with the following: Three
pints of vinegar, otno onion and two
green peppers, cut lne, one teacup of
black and white itistard seed mixed,
One toteup o istt'timuns, (1o of salt,
do. of sugiar, one tablespoonfiul each of
cloves a id tuace, and two of einnamon
and black pepper, three celery stalks,
cut tine, or one ounce of the seed two
red peppers w ithout t.he seed, and two
roots of hior'seradish, grated. Nothing
nn beat this.
MANAGicMENT OF CI LDREN.-There
is too much miitakej kindness In the
IanlagemetI of children. * The law of
of love is great, but united firinness Is
greater. Your hildren uan be your
Aids to good housekeepig. Make them
hepl ii and iseful, and you make them
happier. Let then early form habits
of ieatness ani(d order, and when you
are weary you will not, have to wait on
their carelessness, Tenct themn to
iivo you courteotts speech and matiers,
and thoY will live to honor. Let no
partof your ho4e be too good for your
fmtiiiy. Let the boys as well as the
-Yirl1s' hod-room Ie light a1nd (11e1e0ry.
.T'ake great pains to have the hoino at
traction stonlger tlhati can1 comie from
outside Inilinonces. So few children
0onfldo in their paireits or guardians.
Would it not be well to take an intereat,
inl them towards us, instead of repoll
Is P0omi Wuotsoztt?--We find a
question raised as to the wholesone
ness of pork, some pit ri les dec-ialmt i ng
against it as a11 ir-ticle of f'oodi, et.c.
Wha It a ite1 e 1 ol ly' it is at I his 1111at.
day to raiso such nll issu1e1I Pork 0at
rCs, 00111itistd Of 0o'-tntil of the civ
ilized population of' the world, will
Scoutt at, sith nio11sense. For all pr
qons 01 a1ctiva hab:its, pork is Ilst. as
wholesome its illything else, atnd 1ar
more sustaining. To discard pork
would be to tisciard ono of the main
Iteltis going 1ino out 1"'vital statistles."
What would become of the artny and
the uui vy, o'or l1ercluint, m1arin1e; of,
inl I WOi. (it great, Itiass of ottr pop.
ulatioi, if pork were to be t.hrowin over
board ? i'e idela is sureicely absti-d
tile Noet wotilt be jitst Caubte for a
IMPOnTArN 'r 1o Monrms-.-Another
Importalnt I121t, ha1s ben -.discovereil b)y
physiologists-niamicly, the saliva of an
n fain t, ibeltlre 0?h eiitrnt hla% 11,4 teet,
stiar. This ,xpin. a. It once why all
aittetupts att, subisi titutin fi~lariniaecotus
foodi int place oft'io r's muilk, Int thle
ease of tulatit, in vaiabhiy ll. Sutchi
cihidren cait ioi digest, tarchto, atnd are
utnderfed'd, or' even st ar'ed , dy3i1ng Iinl..i
ly of inatu1ius. Si.arebi, artrow-r'oot.,
sago, tatinot, (etc.,i are) useless hetauisa
10di11gesti ti, f'or cildren0t before thbey
have cut their tee'th.
1R1o1 SoUP wim II inaRN PEAS.-Pick
over anel waqitarter of~ ~a p;utnd of
ric l put, it ino 1 quatio fi1 ol si It,
and~ boil it. lorten minutes1110. ''Ten
draIn it, put,1 it into two quatl's of
broth, or imeat stock seas1onted wilth
A ~ ~~pepper antd sat an boil))1 it genitly until1
the graitns begini to crack opent. Mean
timne boil a p1intt of gree n peas in boil
Inug watecr and stalt unti1l they ar'e ten
* der, watsh themt wvell w it h colil wvater'
as soon as they are (lone, d1rain them,
and pu1t thmit mo the soup tt.nreen
As soon1 as thie rice is tenider' pour the
soup into the tureen ont the potas and
serve at, 0nce.
To Proux ECoos.--Sixteent eggs, one
Squart of' v inegar, hailf Ounce of' black
pepper', haltf otu ice Jamail!ea pelper,
ha1lf unce gintger. 11(31 tuhe eggs for'
Tboliwaer ti doi.and f athe shla tPunto
te vi egajcr, ntt.ewitthe peppe ati gn
2 aniger hintoia zndt'te pn, nd tik itiminer
fortentr' minte. Now prace the eggst~
in atijar, poiu ove tem iltheitus vingr
ettc. biligs ho't, an:t whn acod, Otie
ofthm down ithe ita bladde to inielude
fnthar. his lkl e n wllo bereadyi fior
useiing a brethi rv wctr on
dredlie~toaiestuon noUp ermk
The lsteadifetss dorm uirand vod aprin of
zeisDhidcli must emitrwith ensuro. Among
poantea bho md ino one. irank beso ie
SHittetr's aStamac liteiters.r 'It to bring
baces thoe ainar its tho' ratd oe tho feter
organ, thiOeI lwn ofi t'ti.oi si nauedr
tiand pickfeadach, w'hi che ate rilin
at! ta.lA bihotit a -ra abinot toure
ofi ti sitia, vr isuan n ia fnvorn
find thahi tln is onorfrrd n.h
morning. hst wrets iasrowen aeeter5, un
dredI nxliabyhleenionsolner fredm'o akn
el steiss o,' awerea-d oo fd
michanlood anid heanot ith heaty ap-di
plrte as ou oigev." Rtoad ecus the
T liiter -aVz ~i. has - ner eailed to eofectng
bCk hodredn toie ad trenth to the
nortm odilIn.thatb ieamsho c
ArnorS , tn acuihemln orize per'onm
sttai rener med. anettorerg ~ astroved
Sand rec bted hl~e the wrrutto fttorld
Inad sae wmhoay va acon theora
~'hir ao dresi, ei ar nerslel favor
zagt thrrslet r .tromithe pradlmea.
m.Lf nY's W0ttolsibt-'he f how I o.
lwin cl , kitas aslareitl. as ytisrirs
satid as ofadyug tor fried.r n "Yho can
"How ?'' inquredr theptirsto layn"By
r ~ zpich bloo andaf baloolngeabl.s dd
for men asyou obsevoi."h oad ~eoe it
6 VE~rrIE ha nevr faled o efect
;regvnoead teght h
syta dbiitte b dseso
A Wi.Al :nt Pnornir.-A pleasat t
ai edole is told of I'zartridge the vel
brat ed ainatino iiaklier. IIn Prveli
on bor ebnek hito the country he stop
ped lor hIs dinner I nI i, and afl .ter
ward enlled for h0i horse that Ie Im ight
reach the next, ton% n where he litenid
"-I fyoui wotil take iy advice, s!.''
said tile worti y lostiler, as lie was about
to iioiit his horse, "You will stay
w%'lIeie you are for tlie Iight, as you
will surely be ov(e'r:aken by q peltiig
"N.all z lis ts , 1)n1e1 1 Fe ' Paidll tie al..
inalliainmaker. 'Ithere I a sixpense l'or
Yoiu nIy boltnst fellow, Itiad good alfter
110011 to you."
.o proeceded Oi his jou riey. aid
sur eo u11011ghii lie was Well drenhieil in a
heavy shower. Partridge was struck
with (the man's pred iction, and being
always intent oi the Interest of lis ail
manac, ho rode back on the instant,
aIld was received by the hostler with I
"Well, sIr, you see I was right tfter
"Yes, my lad, you have been so, and
here Is a crown for you: but I give it
to on condition that you tell amy how
you knew of this rain.''
"'To he sure, sir,"' replied the man
"why the truth is we 1lave ati almanac
lin our house ealled 'Partridge's Alma
inc,' and the fellow is such a notorious
1lhir, that whenever lie proliscas us a
tine (ily we always know that It will
be the direct contrary. Now, your
hoior, this, the 21st of June, Is put,
down lin our talmanac in-doors as 'set.
tIed fine weather, no rain.' I looked
at that before I brought your horse
Sut, and so was enabled to put you on
Anc-ric Cinux.-A hundred years
frot now Baldwin's Hotel, in San
Franclsco, will be cut up into canes,
and the latter sold at a dollar apiece is
relles of a buildinig in which was ex
hibited the most colossal in0stance 01
ariel cheek in Amoricant annals. A
gotrgeous velvet-vested and cut-glass
diliaond-pll stranger from Chictago
was reqitested to leave the house after
it, was diiscovered thizt, the only effect
for a two weeks' board-bill le pos
sessed was a earpet-bag iitconiiniiig ia
pair of' old socks and bushel of s:aw
"llow dare yoIt suggest, suhi zi
thing." said thi guest, twirling Ils
oroia!P 1_atn. "I aim ciirman of ti
Chli )a' Conimittee to receive (a'ui1nt.
Don youi know at prominentcelizen
wLea yoll see ozi?"
'If you dozi't go,,' Said the imperti
ble eurk, "we'll have to f1ire you o1it."
"By whose aithority lo You perpe
trate this outaige, sir ? 1y what-''
"1y Clie nape of the neck and the
seit of your trouserin iterrupti.ed
the clerk, firl z'y, tand he riiag for a
"Very well, sir, under tleo cireu i
stances, I'll go; but tinId you, young
man, den't let this occur AMa IN !" andt([ ie
walked lottily out..
A N old lawyer Izi Philladelphia long
liu I.be rliao'ptittlon of beitg tle most
cotrteous mani t the city, heezauso he
was always so polite to his wi'e whzeni
lie clianeed to Illect her in the street;
but, an uiageierouis lee at, last disoOV
ered and mado known tle fact that
the oli lawyer was near-sighted and
iiistook ils wife for some otlier vom
A win wattteil hur husband to sym
pat hize - wit hi her in a femninillie qiutarrel ;
but, hle re fused, szaying, 'I've lived
ilonig enioughi to kntow tihanI One wotnanl~
is ais gnod as tanothier, if' not bet ter."'
''And I,"' retorted the wile, "'have liv
ed( lozng enough to know that 0one mn
Ia zus bad as aniother, if not, worse I'"
A LADtY will bezat a gr'o'er' down oni
a hail' p)omtid of' mt1115id, but she wilt
ailways give a peddller his price.
No tuatte~r how honest or uprIght the
small boy maity be, hlis mtitheri pref'ers
tio keept the panitt.r'y containling the 1)1es
Timn boy who takes deolber'te aIm at
a birdl anid lets fly tand blows hIs head
ofwil' iil be hecard froni shortly.
'iTtx mani with the line count ry real
dence Ia tnt pultting on so manay tills
as heo did four months11 ago.
Tliuc more costly and1( dellente thle
stock ings, the mioreO a y'ounlg hady is In
dIffecrenit to windi.
i'r is al ways the scarfpln with the
most brassq oin it that finds1 the readilest
Tizx lts are znot, of a literary turn,
but It, is said that they iare till well red.
No boy Is too high-toned to go shoot
lng wIth ai seventy-flye cent pistol.
No man has ever been knowni to
pawnvi his strawv hat.
CAUSIC A No Ezvxc r.--iThe' umina ezutst
of nierivousnes Is lindigest lamandi thlitu
Is cusedi by weatkuiss of the stomiiaeh.
No one (cani haave sound1( nerves andt~ giood
health without utsing Ihp BItters to1
strenc~gthlen the stomachdl, purit) y thle
blootd, and keecp the lIver atnd kidneys
aictive, to carry oll' all the poisonottas
and waste maiztter of the system. $ee
A FvFoRTzz Couuz RaM aDY.-For
Colds, Sore Th1roait, Asthmau, Catarrh
and other dIseases 0t' the btronchiail
tubes, no motre useful artticle enun be
found thani the wveli-known "'Droon '8
T1ux price of soap ts rapidly advane
11ng. A year's suplhy of D~otnnNs'
Ez.xcuic bought now at old prnie will
be ai very Judielous purchase.
Givx your neIghbor a helpIng hand by
recotmmending htiml to keep Dr. Bull's
Bauby Syrup in hIs family for all the Ills
babios are subject to.
Pngrimages to flattato, N. V.,
are made by thousands of inivalids an
nually to consult with the medical
and1( surgIcal staff of the World's Dis
pensary and Invalids' Ilotel, the larg
est prilvate sanliarlium in [the world,
All chronic dIseases are t.teated by sel
entille mthods. -The prtactlee Is di
vided among nIne eminenit sipeelalhlst.s.
Anmon g the miost poputilar domestle
medleines in the land are those mnanni
factured by thIs Association, among
whieh are Dr. l'iere's Golden Medi
eal DIscovery, the greatest or alter'a
tires or blood-eloansers, and Dr.
PIerce's Pellets (lIttle pills) .that have
largely superseded [lie old-ftashilonedcc
coarse pills. Compound- Extrmact of
Smut Weed Is deservedly p~oplhar as a
remedly for diarrhae'u, dysentery, flux,
and kInd red dIlseaset; also as a pain
killer and remedy for colds. Dr.
PIerce's Favorite Prescription is the
great remedy for female weaknesses
and associated derangrements. Dr.
Sage's Catart'h iemed'y is the "Old
Rellable." Invalnd's Guide Book-10
cents, postspaid. Address World's
)lspensary edIggi Assoolatlon, Buf.
falK.Y.,or Loutdos Englaud,
.Asroi-OlL BiEAN.--The mode of eul
livationi is much like thnt of Indian
evrn. It is plantei in hills four feet
apart. Two beans are dropped In each
hi 1, and 11 both germinate, the weaker
plant Is destrood. It 18 planted dur
ig the corn-plantling season ; that is,
when no f'urther frost may be expected.
It i8 cultivated after the man ner of corn.
Tie height of the plant varies from
three to eight feet, according to the
soil and 8eaon. 'I here are two varie
ties of the oil-bean, namely, the blue
stem and the red-stem; some farmers
prfer the red and some the blue.
There is a so-called castor-bean plant
tiht is magnillcent i- its tropical luxu
riilce, but, it is more Ia follage than ll
(III pan nt, tho beans betig otit of favor
with the oil-crushers. Tite beans ma
tre dIiring August and Septenber, or
rier the maturing coitinues till tile
Ii ot kills the 1)an ts nand all the Imina
tire beans. 'lhm plant throwsout dur
ing ils period, froin thne to time, what
atre called the spikes, to which are at
taebed the pods containing the beans.
These spikes vary in length from l'our
or live to fifteen Inches, the average
being about ten inches. The spike 18
in the form of ia cone and stands ereet
on the plant. Tile harvest commences
when the first beans begin to poll. The
shell holding the bean explodes and tile
bean is ejected a nuiber of feet. The
caulso Is (loubtloss thl saime 'h1at pro
duces tle ,oppingX of' corn, bmug the
IIIpliell tio ol' heatL to th - k ie'losed
moistuTre. Uhildreni are ust( withI 0
cotniny in the gatheritig of t.,-- spikes.
A sled, about Lit ree feet, wide, Is gei
0'aily used, which is drawt between
tiu'ruws. Tie spiklies that.have thrown
0111one or more beans, are detaiched
withi a knife, and tie othbers afre drawn
to i lie poppi ng floor near the homestead.
The floor is prepared by clearing from
grass iL level 8paice of all extent corresb
i)Unding to the atuoint of the crop.
The s.pikes ire thrown upoi the floor
withiotit crowding one oil thet.her, and
the siti gtves the hienI to expel tile
beans. They are then wInn0owed 1rom
tle clfii' atid ar ready for imarket.
Thu. price is now 1:inety cents per bush
el, of, say forty-two poun tis. Tihere is
alwaLysi I marUHt'ket, hor' lein, yet the buy
er8 aire in at "r-ing."1 Thel( few millsi re
gulate the prices. All the buyers aire
local agen it lot the milis, and wileh.
t .4e is generally 1O con1ipetition, the
orlishers lre awarei that, tbey intia., pay
at l-:SsL a e(tuinl price, or the beans
will not be likely to be prooueed the
following season. Theiel iel varies
Uromn tell to eighteen biishels per ae1'C.
In oheo words, the yield Is as near thiat
of' wheat, as Cn be determined. ltrt
mers are not in unison as to the kinil of
soil best achIpted to the bean ; but the
geleralt opiiot is 0orlect, and ihat, is,
the better the natti.al soil, tile better
the crop. There Is at great aId vantage
aliisig f'oimi raising beanis, anild It Is,
Chbat, tle soil becones deeltiedly and
greatly improved. it isgenerally sup
posed that this ailses froil so niany of
the beans behig unavoled expelled in
tile liel. There is it singl itiyitY at
teiding the grw hering of' the beans tihat.
Is both pectillar an ti npleastnt, A
dlizzliness8 and qulmlishneoss 1'requlently
attack the gatherer. These atre mani1
fested partlethiirly afteri a heavy Jew or
It railI, when the stlln is shilling hot.
An odor Is then exhaled 'rom the crop,
which u11ses ihe nautiseL; bItheie eILI0
11ull leis who attri btre aill tihis to ii:iag
inutionii. The w r'itci is it this case one
o1' t ie faith f'ul. It is perihaps not gel
eraflly known that live stock will be
coiie sick ani frequently (lie from eat
ing (he beans. As a rtile stock that Is
ile(qitutlty fed, will 1101, touch them111.
T I It tIy aIr equllt y danigeroIF to perons. .
w hio may13 parLItake ol' tilhtm.
How Tro PI.AN'r W'ArF~n LIII~s.-Th'ie
best, w.may to 1plant such flowers
as the flowerIig ruishi, tihe water lily,
0o' any3 other aqu tic speelies we may13
wiishi to rear*ti, Ia Li) get anl oldl basket.
(not, too coarse'5 in its webbing), fill It
wvitih soil wvelh saturated in w~ater, and1(
T1he bas~ket shiould then either be weigh
tell wVith stones50' 1 or 'tFronn iled wIth
stoneitS br. lit arioundt( it ill the bed of' the
pond1( 01' streamit, to ,preOvent its beinig
shifted or overilturned by the curreittor'
any13 othier dlistur ibinig iinluence. A
-edliment, Is qicikly tepositedi around,
the plant speedily find(s itself' at hton e
ini its new quari.er's, !and its a al0ort timie
t~he basket either hali to pieces5 or at,
least so far yielids to the unlkinidly coin
diltionis lIn whieh It is placed a's ~to be
littic or nto impiediment to the spre'aid
lng r'oots. TIhe basuket, shioit d he raitheri
a111 one', 01' else the d1irt iln wh'iich the
plant Is set w~Il be washed out, anid the
trouble wIll then all have been taken
in v'aini. As short, a1 (ime as possible
snould ela~pse between thes r'emovl of'
any water plant fromn its old homne to
its new One; and wher'e 80ome Iit(Je
t-ine mnost of' necessi,,y Intervene, the
r'oots shouild be kept, datmp, eitheir by
Immerslion In s'J~oeconivenienlt vessel
or' by being sur'rountded by damllp moss,
Thankl Glod for A nkeslni!It
WE.TLFI..ET, MA~S. , Apr11 10, 1871,
AMEssRs. Nx~usTarnt1n & Co.
Dear Sirs: Enclosed you will find one dollar,
for whieh please send me a box of Anokesia.
Direct it to Muford liih, Jr., Welliket, hinarn
stable Co., Mass. My wife has stuff. rod teirribly'
wIth piles for ten years, and had tried all kmnds'
of remxedios that ,uhe could hear of without
rnmch relief. Last aniimmor I happened'1C~ to hear
of Aake.'sis wbhen I wa-i iln lkstoni and4 so I
procuiredl a box andi she uixperienceed limmediate
relief. Bho aays she cian oeaimn with the colo
barated professor: Thank Goed for Ainkesls /
She gave part of the contenits of the nox to a
friend of hoar's in Provmieetown. aiid thmey
helped her so tha'. e sont the tnext day andl
boughtlsoine. The most of the lihabitantsu of
this place and viclinity ar'e sea-taring people,
and bybeing exposed to wet aiid col d, andh
hard pulling at ropes. nine out of ton aroe troui
bled wih piles. anid have tried so many reme
dies wIthout relief that they are discouraged
and have no faitht in anything, but I know ttat
they are a good artiole. Now I will tell you
my p lan; I anm a peddler andh travel In Barn
stable coutnty, sand times are so hard that
money is very scarce but If Ican afford it this
summer I wantt to buyv about a dozen boxes on
purpose to gieaway to Limo umnbehovors, anid I
think that byso dtoing. aimd being acquainted
with1 5o mainy popilt. that I comuld get tip quite
a trade in A nakA''.is if yon would give me the
sole righlt of tii county.
MtijU bb'elt) IOH, Ja.
Aake'sis~ Is sold by all lhit'tla', drugd~st..
Price $1 00 1)01 box. Hainitil;.s imaileod fre to
all sufferers,, on applicatson to 1P. Nouls aodtor
& Co., llox 39)46, New York.
''Tnx hand timnt- rockq the cradle, Is
ft banal i httih umoves the earth. Dr.
Btill's li.ir Syr'up) i the best remedy
fori al1l comlin4 hl ' IhlrEni are subject
I'm. sneh at I)yneo n'' y, Dlriao, blum
cer Cu t'nphl tt, Winld ColIe, etc. Price
I, You Would Enjoy (lood ltuealthi Take
f70o/landl 8 (kerana 1Wter..
If Troubled with ConstIpatIon, take heloof
andi'a Germian Bittrs.
S1,4251.0 Pro'fltsm In 30 nays.
*i0 ini legithnate Stook Speculationms in W~al
street pays himonse p~rofits. P'atmpl~t ex
1lsnuu '-veryting sont frae. H EATH & Co.,
.kkr, 27Iroadway, N. Y1.
Ieke' Teller Oantment Wall eare' every
arm of To ter.
20a ftLa onuthoFaon des M..feR'e 2b4.
IF You are Dyspeptic Hoofland's Gernan
Billere will Cure You.
IF Your Liver is Disordered IIoofland's Ger
man Bitters will set it aright.
DISEASE OF THE MIDNEYS.
Ttic syrnptouis of an acute attack of inflain.
in:lion of Iho kidney.4 are as follows: Foyer,
i i iII Il smn'ill of the back. and thence Shoot
lig downward* nu'mbness of tLii thigh, vomit
ing uu 1l13 at lirst a to p red co*or of the ur.ne,
whilehi becomes pale and colorless as th ' disease
[tic, eases, au I Is disch'arge.1 very often with
pain aud difieult; costitess, a-d some do
gre of cil c. In chronic diseas sof thekidneys
lt: iymptois a e pain in the back and lImbs,
drIlesi of ths skin, trequoti urinat'on (especi
tilly ti, night), general dropiy, headache. dizl
ntess of sight, I idjgostl.-m, aid palpitation of the
la I, grad ai Ib.1s ( f -t rongth. paleness and
ifflino of the face, cough and shortness of
In diseasoes of the kiduoys the Vogeine gives
iniediato ro leo. It has never failed to cure
whon I% i taken regularly and directions fol
lowed. la many cases It nay take several be
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HEALTH IS WEALTH.
Health of Body is Wea1th of In.
Radvay's Srsaprillian Resolvent
Pure blood makes snund flesh, strong bone an
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A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION
" To cure a ciNIosio or LONG STANDING DISBAS
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lug power that clearly discerns DEFPCOT and Sup
plies a remedy; that restores step by step-b
egrees-the body whicht has been slowl y a
tacked ant weakened by tin insidious disease,
not only commands our respect but deserves
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kind with that wondlerful remedy, Radway's
Harnaparllmn Resolvent. which accom.
plishes this result, and suffering humanity,
who drag out an oxisteuco of pain and disease.
through long days and long nights, owe him
their gratitu.1o. "-Me ical etger.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Iadway's "Treatise or
disease and Its Cure," as follows:
List of Diseasem Cured by
Radway's Sarsaparillian Resolvent,
Chronic Skin Disonses, Caries of the Done
Rumors in the Blood, Scrofulous Dise -see, Bad
or unnat ural Habit of lody, Syphilis and Vene
real, Fever Bores, Chronto or old Uloers Salt
Rheun, Rickets, White Swelling, Seal I leadi
Uterine Alfections, Cankers Glandular Swell
ings, Nodes, Wasi.ing and Decay of the Body,
Pimples a nd Blotehes. Tumort, DyspopSia, Kid
ney alid Bladder Diseases, Chronto Rh-umatism
and Gout, Uonsumptiion, Gravel and Caloulous
Deposits, nni varieties of I he above complaints
I.,) which sometlimes are given slpecious names.
. We assort that there is no known remedy that
possoses tle curative power over theso dis
*'Sl thaIt ItADwAY's RESOLVENT furnishes. It
eares, step by step, surely. from the founda
tion. and restores the injured parts to their
ound condition. The wnstem or the botly
a re stopagmed anti Ivealthy blrood Is Sup.
t lied to the symtem, from which now ma
r rat li formed. TI'is is the fisst correctivo
p ,wor of RADwAY's lRESOLVENT. In cases where
he systemi has been salivated and Mercury,
Qic'silver, Corrosivo Sublimate have acoumu
iabted al becomo deposited In the bones, Joints
' c., causing caries or the bones, rioket s. solunal
-itrvaturci, cont~rtions, White swellings, var
cease veins. etc., the SARSAPAnILLIAN will resolve
away those deposits an I exterminate the virus
if Ihe disease froan tho system.
If those who are taking those medliines for
t-no cure of Chronic. Scrofiulous or 8yphilitio dis
(JasRes, Ihowever slow may bi the ouro, "teel bet
," amnd find their gea'eral health improving,
it.Ir tleih and welght increasing, or even keep
ni its own, Is a sure sign that, the curo is pro
,ressing. In those dlicases the patient either
"L better or worse-tho virus of the disease
I not inAct~ive; if not arrested and driven from
[.Ma blood it will spread and continue to under
Iliae the constitution. As soon as the SARSA
iR I.LIAN inaket the palent ' feelbeiter,"every
S.ur you Iviil grow better and increase in health,
-4 ength and flesh.
The removal of those tumors by RAIwAY's
It SOLVENT Is now so certainly established that
wiat was once co'tsiderod almo st miraculous is
ow a co'anmon recognir 'd t tot by all parties.
Witnae a the cases of Hatinah P. Enipp Mrs. (.
K -apf. irn. J. 1U. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. liEndrix
pitbilsho I in our Alm mao for 18T9; also that of
1 r-s. C. .. Bibbins, in the present edition of our
-False and True."
One Dollar per Bottle.
Only requires' minutes, not hours, to relieve
pain and cure acute disease.
Radway's Ready Relief1
in from one to twenty mi'nutes, never fails to
re-lieve PAIN witti ' no thorough application.
x ( mant' r how viol nt or excruciating the , ain
he li iitJ ViTt, Bad-ritiden, IntIrm. Crippled,
.crvitus, NOttialgi, or p ostr ,ted with diseise
may surfer, RADNAY'd RIADY RELIEF will
aTord instant ease.
I iaflla unit o of the Kiflneys, Inflamia
th1o: o F tho EIladder, Intaiumnmation of the
libwows, Oengestiln of the .ngs, Sore
T'tront, i1ilialt. Broatittag, Palpitetion of
the IlIarr, lysteres, Croup, Diphtiheria,
Catiarrla, inlflueanz4, iendikeii, Toothache,
Neuralgia, Rltohminatlsn, ild Ohills,
A etto Uhill, Olhilblaiisas, Frost lilite,
lBrul'oas. Stmtaler (Jonmplairits, Couglas,
Coldi, Sprainas. P'aas in rne Chest, Baolt or
Limnts, tare lustanatly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Forer and Ague cured for FIfty Cents. Th.r
as nott a reamedlat agent in i he woldthat wiall
-maae Fecver und Agtte, nnd all othnr Malarioust,
Bilious, aicanrt, 'lyphoid, Yellow and othter
overs (idad by IIAnwYAY's PuLLS) 50 quick as
htADwAY's READY REhilaF. v.
l, wil in ai cv momnenta, when taken accord
ing to directio:as, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach01, hecartburn, Sick Heauache, Diarrhesi,
Dysenteory, ()clio, Wind in .the Bowels, and all
Tfravc~ers should always carry a bottle of RAD.
WAY S IIICADY JRLIEP with them. A few drops
In wa'er will prevent sickness or pains from
chainge of water, It is better than French
brandy or bitters na a stimulant.
Utaners nd Lunauboranen should always
ba provided with it.
All remedial agents capable of destroying life
by an overdio. o should be avoided. Morphine
opium, si~rychnino, arnica, hyoseiamus, and
otliher powerful remedies, does at, certain times,
in very sma:1 doses, relieve the paient during
t~heir actlon int the syatom. But perhaps the
second dose, if repeated, may aggravate and in
cre iso the stliffer. ig, and another dose cause
doathi. T'itre is no neces'ity for using thet0
uncertain agents when a positive remedy like
iCAD~wV m's RaBADY RIEP-Rwill st'op the most ex
cruolathing pain quicker, without entailing the
least diflcuity in either infant or adult,
THKE TRUE RELIED'.
RADWAY's READY IIBLIRPV is the only remedial
agent in vogue that will instantly step pain,
Fifty Coets per Bottle.
Radway's Regulating P ills.
P'erfeet Purgatives, moottaing Apeti.
osatse, Aet Withanut iPatn, Alway s Relia
ble andt Natural in theiv Operation,
A VEGETABLE BUBSTITOTE FOR CALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated With
an y trr i re regu .atc, purify, cleanse
RIADwAY s Pulms, for the cure of all disorders
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Costivenesis, I ndigestion, Dyspepsaa, Bilious
nras, Fever, Imnammation of the Bowels Piles,
and aft derangements of the Internal ra
Warranted to effectsa perfect cure. Pllyeg
etabie, containingabo meroury, minerals or del
BW" Observe the following symptoms result
ing from Diseases of the Digesive Or ns; Con.
stipitien, Inward Piles, Fulness of te Blood
in the Head, Acidity of the Stomaoh, Nausea
lheartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Wighs
in the Stomach, Sour Efruota lops, Sinkin or
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8 -nstions when ina lying Dosture, Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs before the Bight, Fever
and Dull Pain in the Head, Deflcienoy of er
spirsation. Yellowness of the Skin and y'ei
in the Side, Chesi., Limbs. and Suiddea iih
of Heat, Burning in the Flesh.
A few doses of IIADWAY's PILLS Will -free the
system froam allthe above-named disorders,
P'rlce, 20 Cents per Rox.
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