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Antiquity of Man.-Professor Mudge
has presented some interesting evidence
relating to the antiquity of muau lu The
Kansas City Review of Science. lie
starts by assinming the correctness of
the generally accepted opinion among
geologists that Itan was on the earth
at the close of the Glacial epoch, and
offers evidence to prove that the anti
quity of the race cannot, be taken at
less than 200,000 years. After the
Glacial epoch, geologists recognized,
by their ell'eets, three others, niaiely,
the champlain, the Terrace and the
Deita, all supposed to be of nearly
equal length. Ilis argument for esti
mating the duration of these epochs
is as follows; lie takes tho case of the
Delta Of the Mississippi, and notes the
fact that, for a distance of about, 200
miles of this deposit, there are to be
observed burled forests of' large trees,
onelover the other, with intertpaces of
sand. Tenl distinet forest growths of
this nature have been observed, whieh
must havo succeeded one n'.othe".
"These trees are the half cypess t
the -Southern states. Soic have been
observed over 25 f'e t In diameter, and
one contained S.700 annual riligs. In
some Instances theCse huge trees have
grown over the stumips of others equal.
ly large, and such ln.tance occur in all.
or nearly all. the [en lforest beds *'
Fron these facte it Il not assuniing too
much to estlniate the anlti(qulity of each
of' the forest growihs at 10,000 years.
or 10,J00 years for th: t n t'< re.sts. 11 is
estinjit woulId not, take ill accoutlL Ihe
Irterval of the tinie-which dou btless
the eidilig of one forest and the begin
ilg of another. "Suich evidence," coni
eludes Professor Mudge," would be re
celived In any court of jaw as sould
and satisfactory. We do nlot see how
such proof is to be dislarded when aip
piled to the antiquity o our race'.
There is satisfactory evitdeicic that main
lived in the Chaipitin epoch. But tle
Ter'raCe epocI, or the greater part of it,
intervenes between the Uiamplainl nd
Delta epochs, thius adding to mi lot, 1
0OUC years, It only is inuch time is 9
giveni to both epocfbs as to tile I l-a
cpoch, 200,000 years in the total Ie
mr.. Clamond, ai French electricianl,
has succeeded in deviiig a ther-electrie "
battery, producing a curreIIt sullieient- MI
ly powerful to yield tlhe electrie lit,
A factory in Paris Is now, indeed, I
lighted by this means. Tim one, com1ii
posed of plieces of iron, arraniigieui in
the florin of' a crown, w ie eCn bIe
fleatil In the interior. This Ik called
the collector, Its purpose beinig to col- U
lect the heat, and Itii coini1111u1n ieate it '.
to tile idjacent therimo-pile proper.
This coisitts of' flexiile ehain, of ai v
desiredI length, coimposed of cibes oi
aitiminlily an(d zini', Sol fered togefitheri
by sieets of' till. Iii tile comete app-:1.
ratus there ire 600 of thes "coiuples,''
outside which are fixed tle plates of U
dliluse the heat of the collector. A
large surf ace is tlt's xposed to the air,
In order that as great a dif'erence of
temperature as po.saible m3ay be in
tained between tie collector aiid liil'
difflusea, for pon th1is di it'renc the (!
StrAellgtl of the current chi'ily deeilds. a
M. Clm3oi has beeni 0 succesful
tkat with olle of hils batteris lie luu.
been enabled to light two of SA.1rrini 's
lamIps, anid with a sinaller but elualty I
powerful battery he cai light for less t
prilli Ian t lamps. This is done with the
Consumtnion of' iie kilograi nie.s or
or ibouit, twenity poinds of coke ai
11011r for the larger, ati six ani ole
h III' uds for tlhe saller, tmo- ch- c.. 9
warmuth es well as light siince its large
extei'ior' Iurface cautses It, to rm1lfiiaI t
coiisidei'ible q iiality 'of heat.
DepthIs of L~tAes.-Ini iaikall (.S~i'ia)
sounct11ings hiave been i, obta ied, wh~ i'h,
for a lake, areL trly3 aistonlishing. Ii,
the uipper' part thie depth is 3,1)27 mntr i
(about, the hieigfit of Moitn Etna), but
downi-wai'ti thie bottomi' sonistaintIly (IC- t
eeids, and n11iear the opposi4)5te eili , it
dishtanice of' somei 350 luItes, ine (ld'pthI
amonths to 3,760 11netres . Thi e met';s
uremnent f'ai exceeds anything to hi'
fonad ini the Meiiterria nean Se:t. whliich
In its deepest parlts hais 0only 3,197 mie
ties of' water,' flow i'uchl ani orilianary
(depressin as t hat o1 li ill coubIl have
ocured: ini the lidst 01 a ('(ontienit, is
a probiemi w hicht greatl pu 111zz-es geol o
gists, but, cL Ic genel'ly 13 acclete idea
Is that It, was~ thle result, of' some1 volca- I
ntic erupltion in palst, age's, and1( a1 subse- 9
quent subsidence of tile cruist of lie
earlthi to a viat extenit. 'lThe lai.-es In a
the cenitle (of New-Z'alandI are eqi-ally a
remairkable in pollint f elth. T1le e'x
Li'emie depths of thie ITupa and14 WiilIka
oh Lakes In the North, iand Lake Wia
katipu in thie South , liave nlever beeni
fathomed . Ti':ey ale n OWnI 1 tc be very
far below the seia-leve ,.
Eiconomical Lamlps.-AccordIing to a t
Geranin Ltade i paper' a niewt ker'osie i
and spirlit lampj hass been inv~enitedl, Ill U
wiche the w'ick Ia madeit enltireI3y of rlass,.
Several 1advan't ages ari climeiid for It. l
'Te flame el nigs closely to the wick. so
that Iilgh Led l'11mps 1ruay3 he carrl'ied abot r
without fear' of theli' be'inlg extingutlis5hed 1
by suddent'i dra'u lghtis ; irer eo '-r, noiJ
sparks are I iberatt'i f-omi I. Wi h an C
equtal aniounlt, of thi s wick Itrt'd up, r'
a mnuch brighiter' and1 ce'areir Iight, s il
obtained t hain were cotloln Oiles arlev
ustedh. The smo1k Iiig is streatlhy reduicedl U
and at leabt, 10 per' cenlt of oil Ia sav'ee. t
T'hiere is $clarcefy anyl wasite of' the U
M ick itse'lt, alnd. the I roli'eoine trhii-a
ing aidii cuttingl to wvhich 11am1p Iimeni
er'a are aiccustomied are aclogetheri need-u
IIes, lor' 11o portIotl (If it is carbolllzud, i
Used in spirit lamps it greatly icreas
0s the lieu. 9 the ilame, a1,d liniaily, it
is elahnied that It call be produced and
sold at a 'lceap tate.
Ueeful Cment-Thie f'ollowing Ia re- Z
COntlincllced as* it (cmeniit, for fastening tl
brass collars to glass or cIIna p~ar'illai
lamps; utic soda one0 par't, restIn
three parts, water' flve parts1; tboi un til
complete sapi)lic tionm Is cflfected, anid
mIX tile protuc, mt umtely wIth one1- a
half its weight oh' zinc oxide, whlite r'
load, chal1k, 0or lhasters of P'ai'ls. TIne
.latter Is paef'er'red, as It hsardeons IiOre
'If Is proposed to ado[,t, in thle ])ritisi t
* service, a1 new paltterni r'evolveri, wie'i icl
iS eelf-extacting, and1( only I equir'es I:
one0 han~d to loud, Is veryshnmple mi its
action, and( hlt ia paItent.saf'eiy hammner.
Th~e inveition is I h~It of' Coptain Giravecs, a
-Seontists may Dhfor
About the pat hology.of rheumnatienm, ts origin
~nd whether it be heoredit ary, but Irrrofragabio
timony roves (fiat when a tendency to It f
develops Ief ., Hiostetter's Btomaou itter.s teo
? relhable means of subduinig that tenid noy.
ams of ,the prescribed remedies for thie die,
eaato are decidedhy objectionable from thes
daner attending thelr moe other, are uttoriy
iffectuah, the hest, the safest check Is thie
,~t~~ This very ob.-inatemnalady,the more e
cta ly to overcome ft. ihIould be girappled Li
wjbAt the outset. Every one know. whata
t4*1I1e, what eease'es pain it can infIet. Why a
en Aohud .thif atrocious, often fatal comn-a
~ e allowed to pain headway throu -h in
* 0ti0 to its earliest symlptoms,' when a
si. og tt steil and strongly recommeudedl 8
hne presente It elf. In addition to aug- n
S08I tini Anmeans of rebetf it seems not in- r<
, oosto th rhumti agis
FARMERS' CJ.UB.-WO have always
avored the holding of farmers' club
neetings at the homes of the members,
xcept where the membership and at
eudance are too large for the accomo.
lations, In which case it would be a
luestion whether the clubs would not
>e more useful i' divided. The social
>art ef these organizations, it seems to
is, is often the very best part. Then,
vhen the meetings are held at private
'esidences, the farmera' wives and
latighters are sure to become interer
ed and Ipotlsl) ibly take a inor Or less ae
ive part In the acknowled'ed objects.
if the association. Nor do we believe
t necessary to the best welfare ol far
ners' etilbs that inem bersliip be eon
lIed to those who do notihing but till
lie land. It' it Il a fact that farmei s
-eally know too Ii tle of each other, it
s all the imlore true that people follow
ug different trades and occupations
hould know more how eac. other live.
f there 18 sometiies a feeling of Jeal
ousy between Individuals of a class
hat, should be broken down, how much
nore desirable thbat any similar feeling
oetween clbsses should be disl elled by
ocial intercourse or mutual hospitality.
t will be foha iid that inany men who
lep a store, in ia bilalcksimiith shlop, or
overSce 1a facitory are very much inter
'sted inl everythiig relating to agricul
lire. atil ofteln have gardens illen(
vith the choicest vegetables. Irtits, Or
lowers Nor is It certain because they
11:1y live at the "centre," itiad occt)v
'esilenies of ia differeit style f romI
iomst, fiilioises, that they iecessarily
eel "above" the people w ho live in the
i-fashionied, low, coilnt ry d wel iihug.s
0 fia amiliar, perhaps, to their own chib i
The I rlinciples 111)011 Which tile gov
rillmenClt of ouir country is foutided
how no easte, except the caste of' real
lelit and solid worth . We believe
bere Is no class Who Iniore 111113 accept
Ild aipl)ri'l:LIC tliS faL t han tle com
>I'tabiIIy wealithby anl inLtiigent busi
ess mni of the countr1y, and we are
lad tiat so i1nanly) of this cltsi are wil
iig to join the l mers inl their va riolus
iorts Itt social, ne1ntal, and 111mioral nlit
ro*velienit. .o, it tile shopkeepe r', the
lacksinlim, the urpenter, tle cotton
'eaver, the lihysicuail, o1 tile iniister
'e enoutigh interested in the study or1
d va licelnellt Of agliii ttiral uil'suits
J join tlie finier' club, let themtt be
dmlitted withi a warmIl, hear-ty welcomue,
. it is fiar front lii possible that we
Inall not gain from them as iich a1s ori
101r1, d1i recly% or.1 1 intiectI v. 11h:1n1h1
a*ll f'rom its, We are glad thatt the(s'(.
oiwn aid district Cl ,b atre 41on the inl
r-ease, anid we la-lo~ thieir nuiiiber will
olitiille to ill(et'ae tilitil every ai gri
ultuzral town in thie couinry liIlll liave
ts 0gz110/.Ilion1. They improve niuil
el's, l-iolote killdi.y I feelit 1g anhiong
leiinbers', alt teld to itivitlie tie
elierlal lillieest and losper itv of
very coniIity where they exist.
A REsti~lr 10ou I'ooit Hiri ri-:.-Wie
ave said lianiy ha,1rd thiigsot the nIan
tactiiii('s of bad buitter. But Iltiliel of
he fault is itagtble to tile Cowaidly
ounduct. W, Counltry3 andl City grocers.
l1i stolekeepers. For fear of lile im
1.rtongie aur! m.eigh ,bor-hoodll i lence
f soln1 jIroilli'iet wii'iner's wife w o
rings bi.rge (ilIlltities of' grease, dirt
uid buttermilk to mtrket each ncek
ld calls theill 11111er, lie co wardly I I
ler-Chatt M imy jst IS inucht f'or thliS
onlglot:eral ion as lie dues fol p i're,
weet Iuter. It is then tilibled lto
etleri, good, bad itil execrable, iito i
oniiunon ttub 4)r barrel, and :nixe'd up
LIr feari somec cuistomerc untmy by chalice
liscover' thei illerencciie ani inqu 1(1ire i'or01
otile specia l arier''s butter ci. I, wits
loped thait thle inCreante of' bu tter' ac
ri es w oulId supp ly' 8s) iniuclh g~oodl buit
u'r that allI classes woLd( be compeiic cl
a prodItuce ai sweet, clean ar'~idee or Iintd
.0 iaiket . S uchb, 110weveri, is n ot thle
esuilt. N early li the good factory but
er' is takeni to the eastern 01' toretigni
inrlkets, adl tile hot)rne townsi and~ eltico~
re matinly sulie~ltd w ith whait wouldl
13e 'erined3 gre'ase it tkeni to) thle larg'e
iies. Ev..ry town~ ii hloul havei Ia bt
31'r insp'ctor' who sliotihI be auth~oized1
t> grade anItuinmber thle butter ia'lccor
Inhg to tile quial it y. TIhe L tinerouis
tIlhat w~oui theLn 31 gr'ade hiis priice's
ecorinIig to th number111hi I, like n.I heat.
'is, it is trule, wVOild lCost conisidcra
Ic, bunt lie world co uild aJforlI to dho 01r
ay almo11(st anyth' inig to impriiov'e the
nahly o)f butter' There is liotninig in
Ima el i coniomyV50ii I iol t aiii dlegra'~ted
S te common(il grade 0f b~utter, In
nime wayt3 the r'4Oo oif LthIs evI il oiuhl
e r'emoved at any exp~ens~e. 'Thfe
biroinIc1le 11i manufacturers of hali', grease
iid buttei'miilk ought to be extermninai
llAY FoR IlOos.-Fewv meni are aware
I tile fact thtat hay 1s very benellelal
. hogs, but, it Is trute, neverthecless.
logs nieedl rongih food ats wveillas horses,
utile or the huiiman r'ace. To prepa re
youi sl'oulId have a eatting box (or a
ny cuiter, and1 tile gr'eenIer 'lie hay tile
etter'. Ci thle hayi) as Ii li as oats, (ir
biorer', andlC miix with bran, shorts or
I iddhii gs, andii feed 11s otheCr food.
logs soon)1 Ilarn to) like it, and,. if' soak
ti in swill 1as othier' sop) lood, is highly
u3hhed by thlemi. In- Witer' use 1for
ogs the same~i hay13 y'ou will 11ind thai,
'hie oIt i'ives brian , shlzis or1 oth~er
>od it puts1 Onl flesh as rapIdly3 as anly.
nog tha iilt caIn be gi ven t hem . Theli
*e ot hazy can be colmmenilced as earlIy
ile glass w.id (d0 to cut, and when
ml thriouigh thle cuttinig l.ox enni be
sedl to adlvanitage by sImply soaking
f resh water t ill it sours.
Coi~n anid wet (10 inuch harim to grow
ig stock and1 stop) thira glowthl wh'lehi'
rarely commialenced alga i in unLi Itheu
arm11 weatherci of' the niext, season. A
iughl sfhe'l will f'urii'shi, usefuiil protee
ohn, iindi a smalil 1supp lily or rich food is
' vailuei ill keepinig upi the thiftI.
No Mons Iian A Til) Is.-l yo w'tiiill
(Iop spend11iig 50 mIIuchi onI ne0 cl othes,
leh Ioodi and11 stle , buy goodl, heaIlIhy
nxi . ebeca per andl better 13(lih ing; get,
tore real and1( 8uibstati L thlinigs of I lif
very way, anti esp~eclally stop the fool..
iiIb habitof emll~oyinug ex peniv~ie, (luiack
oictois or' usin g so inuchi of the vlie
umb1 ug mied icinie thIat doues youi only3
armi, bitt puity3our trunst in that shnp~ile
urei remeitdy, 111)1 Bitters; tinit e3uries
L'O good tImes andi~ have good health
co aniothier column~i.
'Ahnn~OUl HloUs, RALR~titH, N. C.
I have used Dri. Bull's Cough Syrn i
Iir my chilidreni, ser'vanats attd miyself,
nd think it the pgolden remedy.-Mrs.
VEGE'rINE is nouriisinig andi st rength
ning; puirilles the blood ; rogualates the
owels; quiet~s the nervous systems'
ets directly upon01 the secretlioits, antd
rouses the whiole systemn to action.
JP TilS StOUr.u SI4UR? TuB EvN Of any Ol
lierin tfroim lirnchi tie, consumpnIton, A't.
a, or any P'ulmrmnar.v Affe hIon. we wpuo
for themn o Di.; JAntn's EXPRCTOIANr, Watc
lt, In all cases, attord Bpoed~y relict, and ini
00l, 61100t a speedy ouire.
Too much Iresh meat is not a whole
some diet for warm weather.
Ice can bo Xepit for several hours by
wrapplig first in several newspapers
and then Ia blanket.
A few flaxseed planted In each hill
of potatoes Is sald to be i sure remedy
against potato bugs.
Medical authority In England an
nounecs that alcohol Is a Eed ative and
not a stimulant.
A fe w drops of chloroform on white
sugar will check the tendency to vo
miting in those suller!ng slightly from
The brain when excited needs restas
much as does a fractured limb or an i.
Medical authority ascribes sea sick
ness to an undue accumulation of blood
inl the nerve centres of the back, caused
by the movement of the brain.
A teaspoonful of coal oil to a gallon
of water will destroy the insects that
UTn.rziN 1,s op C' SoAP.-Instead of
throwiniig away M1:e pieces of 80111) whileh
become too 8i1mal ior coiivenient hand
ling, iake a square fanniieI ba- of suit
irble size; leave one end p->rtly opeii
mil put iII the pleces as they collect;
when it is full, baste up the openiing,
ani it. makes a nice bath-tub arrange
ment. Another way is to add a little
water, set thein inl a tin on the stove,
1iml let, theml Sm1inme10r slowly. When
iold. yoit will have tolerably good soft
soap, jist the thinig for p'uttinsz inl youri
wash-boiler, or washiig tills witi. Or
by evaliating part. of the watir you
Ina: get the soi) hard eiiough to be
inolde i into simall eakes, which can be
ilriet for lise,
A PPiE CihEEsE.-Ieel and quarter a
cluaitity ot- apples, stew theiml with -a
I II water, a goudt deal W' sugar, the
tlit ri id of a iemioin 1n1d a few cl'ovez,
ir a stick of cinainon. Wheni quite
lone pass thei throigh a halr sive ;
uni to one quart of the purte thus ob
ailied ald haif a picket of gelatine,
li:Solved in water; mix well, pour into
t iould, aild when Set, turn It out and
erve withi a ctistaid poured about it.
It is well to ieimetiber that the purce
must be tioroughy wel sweeteied
tild llavored to c(arry offl tile Insipidity
of the gelat in e.
PoTrAiro CAXE FOR 'I EA.-MIashi the
potIatoes that are leIt, froni the dinner
table, while hot, and season them with
11t uml a i'i b tter aria LU it dovzen
IitatosI three tablespoont'u*11 is of floui,
ll a ci p1l of mweet milk, and a table
0poonfil of' baker's 3e:ast. Mix with
Li - pouoh, .iid let it rise until Iiearly tea
tI1(. ' Th- roll it ou i UIch 1111 l eli
tiick, aiild cutl iito roiiuil eakes. Let
hernrise ten initi ts; tleni bake for
hal I an hou I. A I itt le sugar canl be ad
iled if desired. Tlhie calvs should not
lIe cut opn , int pti ulled tip trt and but
(Citi:antt Pt' D o-One phrit f bread
ruiib,, 01' cup of suigar, oiii eggs, a
liuart of milk. graLted ieiioni rinl(, a lit
Lie powdered ciillialion, am 1 salt. Mix
tloroiugliy, butter a on Ild, and spread
ii a thiek layer of tile pr'eparait ion, an1id
Aien a lay er of cherries, then another
Layer of bieW ia i one of cheies, il
Briartely util it is filled. Close tight,
uii kteani fur two hotir. Eat with
*<weet iquid saice. Blackberries nay
JO used instLead of cherries.
Picaro PDLear-,.-Sev'eni po1unds of
?1ruit ; three anid a half' pounds of sugar;
Jnie p1int ot ' vinegari; elov'es, ceii nion
tii alls plee ti ed ini a cloth.i Put thle
Ltugar, viiegair andi spice into a plorcel
tin ketLeI, boil up arni skimin; theni add
.he I rulLt; whiichi shioulId be peeled, and
ettL whole, anzd boil ui ntLi li 1ull done.
iiLiiiut inti as, pour11 overi the syrupii and
Cniti.or'rE.--T'he o1 diniary aplie
hiarlottLi is iiot inearly' so niice as this5
whIiichi is sl ightiLIy, mor u elabOorate:T ine
ipie dishi with bu tiered slies~ ol bread;
Ill it tip i' ithi layers of apples cutL up
,e mialI, phin~iig betwtieeii each laycri
SliuilIle apricot Jinl, sotiie grated lemon
rind, aiid plenty oi browin sugar. Cover
hie <iih upi ni i Ih slices of br'ead~ butteri
21, and bake it till time bread Is wetU
OnAnoE Sxow.-1lissolve ant ounce of
tsiniglass ini a pin ot boiling wa.;r;
t rat i it., an'd let IL stand umitil micairly
:old ; ix in to it the juice of sIx oir
even ('raniges and1( of one leimon i ;add
lie whiies of' tlihrue eggs and sugar to
aste ; whisk thec whole together until
. looks white and like a spoiige; put it
nito a mould, and tur'n It out on the
PLccA~IJ.J-Silee one0 peek of green
oniatoes and at eiw a pintof salt through
hieim; let this stand twenty-four hours,
lien drinii, and11 add thriee heads o1
~abbages, twelve ogiomns hiid six green
)piers all chiepped lne. Boll three
tiurts oif vinegar', one 'int of' miolasses,
nie1) pit, of' sug'ar, 01n0 cupi of wh'iole
iiiitarid, onhe taliespooiiliii each of'
trolui elovesn aniil alIpice 1)C ogethieir
tud~ thr iow hot over the above.
BOIL.ED OMAILA PLnDDJNo.-TIwo
lutii s si fted fliour, two heaping table
,poon fuils of salt, aboutL one 1)pint cold
water', ( iillk ia prefer'able'); in a deep
lish miix thle Ilour' anid bak'ing powider',
IlIssol ve tho salt in the Cwatter, aldd
mioaigh of' thle water to floiii to make a
cery thick batter ; mix quickly ; put
nlo prepar~ed bag or cloth and1( boil one
iouir ; ,ci've as SoonI As c(ood andJ eal,
SOUPEs MAWuliEs, MA iDE OF POTiATos's.
- l''ir six personis, hoil sIx' goodl-rizedl
iotatoet ; when they aro cooked pass
Lucheim'hough a sIeve ; put, the potatoes
in ai casserole, with two pints of milk.
Sspoonfu'l of' butlter, aind het It boll;
ualt it to taste ; keep stiirring it firequenit
COoums. -- "JBroion' s Brionchiaol Trc
yhes'' areisedl wi ii1ith dvantge to alleI
SEss, inl hiboNeillA!, AFF.cYi'oNS.
Rir thiIirt'y yearms these Tr'ochesn hiive
beoen in uiso, wi th .annual11ly I iceatn i
I avor. Theiy are not newi and i uitrico
bu;, having lieen tested hgy wyide and.
o0astaint use for nearly'I an entire geni
LOratiLon, hiey have attalined wvel1- meri
ted rank among the few-sttapie remieis
if the tage.
Th'ie pice ofi soap11 Is rapidly advane
Ing. A y'ear's suply o- D~ontulNs'
I$t.EcTrIiC bought now at 011ld rice
will be avery judicious puirchiaso.
Dnramjps it stomiachi, andi~ colie, wvhethecr
iffec tinig aduilts, chilhdren, or infanits,
lar'. Pbire's Compound Extract of
smtart- Weed-is a sovereign remedy. It
is compoundled from the best brandy,
laitaica gingeir, smart- Weedt or w~atoy'
LOpeppe,-ainod yie, soothing and healing
gums. For colds, rheumatism, neural
gIe a ffections, and 'to break upi ofVers
and iniflainmaitory attaeks It is Iivalu
ible and should be kept 10i every house
liold. Iirt cents by dr,.gts.
ONE OF THE OPPOSITE SEx.-It was a
lVoman's Rights moevting. The speaker
was saying, "Let us take our stand V
right here and firmly resolve that
neither the votes nor the arguments of a
the opposite sex, nor any power on this y
earth, shall turn us aside or move us
one inch fromt this positi"-Just here a
wiicked bat flew Into the room and the
meeting adjourned with so much quick- 1
nless that some of the members lost t
their back hair. The speaker who t
cou'd not be "turned aside," was
seventeenth from tie last in getting
out at the front door. And it is n %t er
tain that the bat was one of the "o)
posite sex,''either. 1
biss PAYNE, of St. Paul, Minn.,was
caught smoking and put her lighted
cigarette lin her pocket to prevent her a
callers from seeing. it. She was nearly I]
burn~ed to death. Young ladies whio e
sinoke shotild never Spil) It lighted cigar
ette in their pockets. When you are
surprised in the act, quickly place the
ivemd over the letige of the door, and 8
when the youig IIaII enters, the closing n
of the door will Jar it down, and It will
ill on his head and scatter hot ashes
down his neck. iis conversation will
become aiImaIted it once, and it will
ieot be on such a corimon place topic as
Ihe weather, either.
NOT long ago anl Irishmn'uin applied to
'in o% erseer in a Tyne li. y ard to be put I
on to it job. lie was iioi miled t hat lie I
coild niot comply w ithI his request ; but
is Pat continued to gaze earistly at an
anibor hich was lying inl the V.e.ity r
the foreiman repeated his reply 1iht1
tiere was no work ir hiin, and advised u
him to . 'way. "Die vil bit will I Y
storr, sorr,"' rejplied Pat, "till I see tie
man that's goIng to use that pek !"
Da. RE:NAUD, fr lrance, diseovered
that a liuinat be Dig with hydrophobia t
could comimunicate the disease to a rab- n
bit. Now he should d vi e a siniple a
plai by w hicli the pattieit cal eatch
the rabbit. Rather than tramlp over
liciis aid through thickets a whole
day ins order to capItIre a raliit in its V
lair, a imianr suirelrinrg vith the rables b
wolid prefer toidie without commurnni- Bi
ca'inLg the disease to fle aninal. 0
A GENTLEMEAN seat iris Irish servant
up to his room0i for -a pair of boots, aind
ait tih! sarc time told him to be sure v
aid get iates, as there were two pairs
in the closet. Patrick returned with
two boots, but othl nes. "Why, dol't
you see that these are riot alike-one is
a long top aid the other a short one?"
said tire gentltheInl , out or patience f
with tire fellow. "Bedad, your honor,"
raid 'at, inl apilogy, "aid it'.s true for
ye; but thinr the other pair was just so,
"Tm mcaptain is Poigiir to hatrl down
ali Ie sheets irnredlately," said a pas
seiger on one of the ocean steamuers, a
-s lie caine down below. '"Ow ! the
rurde thing--he shan't conie in here at
any rate." shrieked a shrill feminine b
voice, followed by the banging of a
state roou door.
Cnij.u (sCarcely three years o.d) look
ing wist fully at a dlirminutive pie: Mo- -
ther-"Now, Meta. I wiait you to save
your nice pie so yor r papa can see it
when lie comes home."' Child-look
Ilg still more wistfully-"I1 sink I
corld tells papa exactly how it looks.''
YouNo lady to recently married
rY'ienrd : ''Is le all you hoped for?" '
"Whuy, of course.'' "Fine fellow
genteel ?'' "Mor'e than that-elegant; C
lie talks like a book." "Well, when 0
you comec to volume second, send~ himni
A YOUNG ladyl~ Vilits her illilier to i
rder a new hat, arid the artist sho wvs 1
ber sonie start ling arid attractive comi
binatioins, noiie of' w hichl, however, suit r
thii lady, wiro says, "'I want something
m~orec sinmple than that-something In i,
better taste." hi
SlI..NERi (with a haughty sneer)
"O you wianitsorrneth'mg to wer whren
you are out wa'ilking with your hurs
banrd.-lIere, Jane (to youngest uap
p~renitiee), shiow this person sormethinig
uhieap) anrd virtuous.'.
A SAD-EYED inidividlual entered our
filee this miorninug and r'equested us to
linn~ounice that a sIde walk covered with
congealed wvate~r is an eye sore; andj
that whienm your heels fly up and you
sit down upon such sidewalk , that is
in ice sore, also. But lie is not thme only 2
one who is "'downr On'" uch pavements.
IHAMLET must hiave looked ter'ribly I~
mil-dewved to Ophelia whien she charac
terized ImI as the "mould of form." ~
She might as wveli have enlled him a
frighittuii 0old fungus, aiid have done Y
"WrY (10 you publIsh so many re
rords of crime ?" asked a gentleman of
the late Hioracue Greely. "Because they
ire thie sIn news of the paper,'' was
"Doc-ron exanine my tongue,'' said
ix good womaii, "and tell me what It
nieedhs," "It needs rest," replied the
GUILTY OF. WVuuozo.--Somue people
hi:ive a fahiion of conifuilng excel lent
remledies with the large massi8 of ''pat-r
enii rued icines,'" rand in thIs they are
guilty of a wron()~g. Th'ere are somnead- a
vertised remedlies fully worth all that lI
is asked for tiiem, and one at least we
know of-top) Bitters. Th'le writer has
hadu occasion to urie tire Bitters In just
such a ellmate as we have most of thre y
year in Bay City, anrd has always founid a'
themr to be Iir'st-clauss anid reliable doing
ill that. Is claImed for themi.
Wa have no hesitation wvhatever in V
recomimending Dr. Buill's Baby Syrup
for ch ildren teethin~g or sufferng from
Wind Colic. D)iarrhom.or D~ysenitry.
ANY pe~8rso harvinig a brald head and
lallinig to see the benefit to be derived
Iromr thie great petroleum hair renew
or~, Carhouinue, as miow imaproved and
peri'eetedl, ini the face of the vast nuir
h~er of testimonials from our very best
citizenis, is surely gobmig it blind.
A WoBnD oF CAUJTION.-Slmmong
[LIve r Rlegul ator or Medicin te man ufact
imr'd by J. H1. Z/ellin & Co., like all -
)tndardft' and really yalutable artioles,
has met wIth a deg ree of annoyance
Iromn ImpIosters amnd niereenary adven
ture'-s. TIhie poplarity andi world-wvido
famme of the Reg ulator has indtuced un
p~riniled panr ties to place . sl>uriouis
Coimpoun~ds called by some garbled part
of our title or name in the market. A
majority of these enterprises have died
is natural dheathi, but others are perlodi
Lally cropping oat. To those who Jav e
niot yet leairned the great worth of do e
R~hgtuator' this-word of Caution is nee0
issary. To thre invalid it may be hx
riuestion of life -and death, Ask for
Simmons Liver Regulator, and look for
the:sgnatture of J. HI. Zeilin Co.;andj
the large red Z. on their elea, 'White
Wi'sppor. Accept no colorable imita
tions or substitutes however plausibly
In the far frozen North books were
source of great amusetnent to the meln
rho were studiously inclined, as the
ell-thurnbed volume in our library
0on testified. Several of the men
frote regular Jvurnals, which were
ven kept up by a few while they were
ledgIng. Among the officers, chess,
'ackgainuion, and a rubber in the cap
in's cabin forined the chile amuse
ient. Although gaimbling is discoun
1enanced (or ought to be) on board
very well regulated man-of-war, we
o far forgot ourselves as to indtlge
3argely in this vee. Seldom was a
ane played without a stake on the re
ult. The stakes, too, were exhorbit
at frequently as inuch as one luelfer
iatch per game. It must be remember
d that matches were very searce and
reclous articles with us, and it was,
herefore, a very high and valuable
take. On one ocensionl, oneo of imly
)essmates was so rash as to w.ger a
Illow enadle on the result of a game.
ut this was ai offler of so much iag
itude that no one was .silieiently
rave or sporting to ac6ept it."
There In Nothin: Certain
xcept death, and that is now rendered ex
romioly uncertain by the d'scavery of an absi
ately certain cure for tho most plinful of all
'odily ailmente. Phies. For 3 000 years. quacks
id r*edical men have rivalled eh other inl
Drturanz the inserab e sufferers by that ter
able disea-e with alt aalinaer of iii bar,-us. ig
orant ad uslesi nostimis arid dev-ce.l, and
light s ill have ontne ioi for a thousand iora
ears but for ithe dicovery of Ani keii-s bUy ar.
flsbee. We a-eldtm pulti s u ing. , I t any
3an or woman who has ever nufferedl tho
gonay of Palos, w I ttiank us fur caili.i at
Bantion to an almot itnfa'hibl rea flv for this
readful d'sease. 500 000 htllic:ed 'sutTerers
aetify to its unparalled v.rtues. Doctorzi of
11 mo lical sehcols endorso and ueo it. It is
t once the tr.uimph and admiration of tho
go; simple, safe, prompt and )ermnanent, it
elOleeS pain at oice. ellports and com
res.-es tle tumors and ultimaately cures the
*orst cases of Piles, no miatter of how long
canding. Absolite infalibilty is Iot possi
le. but medical scat nee Ilas nothn.4 more
early so than "Anaiess." It is the discoverv
f Dr. K. Siisbee,an accompl lished cemist and
racticing phvsician. after 40 years' stu ly and
xper.once. Samples of ' Anatkesis" are set
ree to all suffeters by P. Noustaedtor & CO.,
'x 3946 New York. Sold by druggiass every
'bere. Price 01.00 per box.
IF YOUn Liver is Dinordere Bloo/ind's Ger
ian Bitters will set it aright.
Haeskell's Tdley Utnitlent Will cure every
)rm of Totter.
IF You Would Enjoy Glood Health Take
rooiland's German Bitters.
Fon PniPLFA on the Face, use HIeske's Tet
r Oinitmnent. It never fails to remove them.
IF 'I'ROUBLF.D with COnsttpatton, take Hoof
ad's Ge.-Yrman Bitters.
IF You aro Dyspoptio Loofand's /emran
lers will onro yOL
Khought She Had Consumption.
Had all the S3m11ptoRims.
VEGETINE CURED HER!
R. 1I. T?. STIZVEks: 'ORONTO, Sept. 27, 1579.
Mir.-Three tiot les of Vegetlnec have given me
ymlete rAlof fr mn pain and~ au'x et? n18 to amy
ature, mind I do -Ire t i add ay t estime i.1i o its
aer.ts a-. lt oven In m~y i xper.ene -. For aaoru
Iiti a .10eir previou,- to Jutt t of the pres fut
ear, 1 was afnlcted withi harp alins thir.ugh
?e chest, aund s toulers I undoer st ood times to
e symnptomns of Consumapt o, andr the anxi- ty
.utli ing tramn this I ?e we glued Il twn upod me,.
,rap dv I st, i -slh. color, spIrIts, anmory antd
ca ngth; I b- camne ext eedilaa o nSItive to ex.
osui e, and was constant ly takiang -old whach
hulted in acuite cat.' rrh aun:j cough. A lrland
3.ommi -nided your vegetinoe, ien just beIng
Llvert ised. an~d alter usling three bottles, I was
'ee arOmf all p~aln, and to-daiy I am well end
a, eful of long lIfe. If thi may b -the ameanas
Inducing any 'uffri-ng liko distress to get
ke rAllef, 1 shaali not i-egret haaviaig told may
Lor-y. I ami, silr, yours gr aterultv.
Mits. wai. CilURICiIILL,
339 Vt lton Av enue.
Itas at Last Relieved of Pain,
NOT BY DEIATH[.
IUT OURLED BY VEGET.INE,
a. HI. R. STEV NS.'O~o Ont., Oct. 2, 1879.
lIe ir sr.-Ilihaiv suifor (d lomn a p ain in the
nail of the back for the las liteen years, anad
iopie caaled it. Lumbago. If iun I out th t , y
Idneys were effeeled, tan I ued medacinoet pre
ribe by doct,)a. all of w..Ich dId ane litt~o
nod. A friend aiiVs -ad me to t-y Ve et no. I
i, anti ,fter uasnag three be tIes I found my
aif qul 0 releve I of pan, all through takIng
sur valuable medic no.
Your.s tru v,
M. J. SM ITIJ. 23 Dorset, Street.
I. R. STEVENs, Boston Mass,
regetine .Is Sold by All 'Druggists.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
IC TOnI IAL
It cont a'ns 572 flane histor;cail nratvings aind
300 large di tu ile o uamn paiges, uaa d I t, e most
Dmploteo iI story of thie woald ever pubnlshed.
sels at sight. Send for spiecimeon pages anad
xira terms to Agents, uand .,ee why It sils
aster thaan atny othaear booti. Add ess,
NA a oxAz. P'unaassiancu Co., PhiladelphIa, Pa.
THE SOLE QUESTION
m, what ahall we doe to preservo broaltth Our
anwer Isa: hiep ronr foot roarm, diy arid free from
aumaatiunm, by W'aingii a pair of
.JOltNSON's SILK INsoLE.S,
fleinag than, are eatIly worn in line shoes of any
orsna, wiah great comafort. Aeonas wated-t evory
'here. Ianiu atna by wrlithig for It. samples by
all for 26 coota. Stato airzo of aoo worn.
D. w. JollNSON,
823 Asacii 8t., Pha~ilelphia, Pa.
Jyohnson's Anodyne Lintment wi post.
IVely prevent, this ter'rible disease, and will
esittvey cairo nind cases In ten. lnfrqation
nat will save many lives sent, free ,Ymall
oia't, deslay a moment,. Preveqtion is better
lau. cure- S-aid everywhere.
I. 5.'.50fENs0Of * CO., Bangor, Me,.
I tihe Oi liehiable Choncenatarated Lye for FA M.
.,Y SOAP MAIN O. t'are lo-as neconmpaany
ich can for making ilard. Sof't and Thohlea
oap feu ickly. 11, la auli weighat and strength
AND TAKE NO Olait. MANUaFAoroUaglITB BvTO
ENN'A. SALI' MA~tIlF' CO, Pfalla
~ IF YOU WOULD DE PROPERLY
suited with spectaolos, apply or
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J. II. k 'rO II ti A.J. ao. itita la A. , .
jolhosolt. 'ell" 0 sthets 1a1 oxcepi lont ly tl ii
*tlili.:ltitiy tiukeroUsto pi-ovido &wo fur ut cry 3tUU*
tuy iII tLhte yeur.
Dow's Sacred Quartets
FOL MAiJ.' VOICE8. fly liowar I M. Dow.
P'rlco 22.00. Por 1h~tza, &14.0,
fla-aa is a likii coitlt' eot, it elmfol ah t tllti
lam turitO ra brigilg out tlo ta Iitmt tit I ltao
Quartuti that cs now t Luttutiul III timutot evury
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Prico m tloarda 81.('0. Paper 60 et".
TIvl4 ic jit tl tit ia to ilopt a t.C's ta f. r Choru
jiutitiic loa Lie00 I. lU U K lat1It 1110 Ilaaiaeataga oif
Ntl sotl ttrik hig aouic, and lit pressivo worias. Not
Parlor Organ Instruction Book,
By A. N. Johnson. PIco 61.60.
A cotplti vsy hi ratitor for Itaal Or tita,
adaipiad oaxectly, to lieu wittiti of Ihiotie who i l't to
tar buth eamy light music and caty sacroml misaic.
Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston.
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ARENEU WIHNON-CNOUCTING CEMENT
RETAIN THE HEAT LONGE
DO NOT BURN THE HAND.
IRON BOTH WAYS.
Do REWARD n
Itelat. ey faitp ,on rat (heat
imtatedtate relief, curna cae:
of long standing in I woek
and ordanr "am in 2days.
CAUTION Unles yellow
vla;p11 Rite'ssiga~re 11il. ato. Sold
by aildra sto. Stent by utail by J.t ?ltt.t M D
arJpr.. 8. . Te anth A-ob .t.,pbda.F.r
(A Medicfline, not aL Drink.)
3O15, isUCfU, MARNRASU,
mn leauss Ara BaT MarntArQV~ra
OF ALt, OTVUS BIrrams.
Diseses of the Stomach, Bowels,.lood, Li'r
duers, ad Urinary Organs, Nervousnoss,.Sleep
essness ad especially Female Comaplatata.
01000 INI GOLD.
Ill be paid for a ease they win met cars or hedp, o
or anythaing import er injuuious found is them.
Ask your druggist for Hop Bitters ad ry te
ore you sleep. Take. o them.
CoweK CUmi thoe setest, saas and es
NoP Pta for Stomach, Liver and Kidneys a
esperior to all others. Ask Druggista,
ruknes, use of opium tObaC, and nrol
skw endh&~h for Dircar . E.fsbmw .
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S TIlE SPACIOUS WAREEROOMS.
8 08 MARKET Ntreet,
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coutntry. Ptapi'ed at the abiorto t notl o to
meet Ilhe wants of our cu-tora for all dlop hs
of wells ami to give complete satlfarataan.
Poumpat plalin, (halvanaizer itron, P'orc:'lain or Cop.
perl Inedc. Malls, GhrafLon. W. Vat.
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To the best lands Is th, beet climate with the best
maarkets, and on lhe best, terms, along ?he line of W.
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Mainly7 in the Wansn
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EFNNRYLVANIA MlILTTARlY ACAD1EMY, Eos.
Chelnisiry .aeslcsta ngli h. Dros coo rol
V ol TltU JIYA TT, Pres.
#Dr. Plorco's Golden MedIcal DIscovery cure
common illotchm, Pitueple, or Ersuption, Ery7l
Rot t h Skin, In shorti, all disonsos onusod by
purl finag, andl invigorntingl medicinte.
Ispocitally lase t mans estedl Its poloncy, in,
els or yes, Sgerofualonu Boros and fewel
Nece anal Enlarged Elands.
1?youa feel dllt droway, debIlitated, have al
on face or body, frequeont 1ho1 nnoho or dizzines
altornateel witu ht flishes, irregular appetite
Torpid Liver, or "II~otesness," As a ron
Met i cial D)iscover~y hane nto equal, As it efrocts pe
In thte ouro of DronolhIis ,'evere Costig
eunaptioni, I ite as t oie to metdical facli
greatest med(11nM dIscovery of thO ago. Sold by
No use of takl
g iltin l~
Tho"ZdttleGiaant" CathartU,., iStnt D AQ
oeseheape, anon or nieel eJ 'A
HEALTH IS WEALTH.
Rait of Body is Wealth of Mind.
Radway's Sarsalarllian Resolvent
Ptro blood makes sound flesh, strongbono and
a o aitr skina. if you wold'have your %nesIh Aria,
yonr boneti soutd without caries, and your eo i -
itext fair. uso I&diway's Saruaparillian
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
" To euro a onnosiO or i.omo STANDINO DIS8A5U
1% t.ruly a vici ory in I ho healing art; that reaspn
I ng power that clearly disoarns DRYiCOr And sop.
pies a i tnrmedy; I hat. restores stop by stlp-Iy
d.estreos--the body whict has been slow Y ut.
tackedl ant woakoead by on lnsiiloUS 6ilsestie,
notl only coiniantIda our respect but deserves
our irratlI tie. Dr. itadlway ha frtunhed man
kind wit i thit, wontarfaul renedy, lIadwa)'s
arau~parl tlan litesolvent. which accom
ptlishes liak rosult, and suitering humanity,
who tirat out an oxistence of pain and disease,
through long days and long nights, owe him
thoir gratitu.o."---Medoai Meesenger.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from )r. Iltadway's "Tt oatise on
dlse1mase and 11 uuro." s follows:
List of Diseases Uured by t.
Radyiny'8s arsaparillian RCsOlIyent.
Chronlo Skin Diseaises, Carles of the Bone,
11umiors in the lilood, Scrofulous Diso 'sos Bad
or uinalt lral liabit of Body, Syphilis and Vene
real, !iever Sores, Chronio or Old Ulbers, $alt
l(houn, Iliekets, Whiio Sweilling, Scala Head,
litrino AlIfctlons. Cankers Glaneular Swell
ims, Nodes. Wasting and Dec ty of the Body.
IVimples ni niot.chies. Tumors, )ysvop-ia. Kid.
noy a d Biladder ieases, Chronic lih utatism
anad Goua. (Xnsumnpi ton, bravol and Calculovts
I)eposits, ait, varieties of ihe above complaints
to whith S~aometaimies are given specious names.
wo assert that therm is no known remody that
posseis the curative power over those dis
ILSes Lh It IHADWAY'S HssoLvRN'T furnishes. It
cures, step by step. surely. from the founda
tion, and restores the injured parts to their
Sound conittln, 1 Thme wasteM of tihe body
A re stopped and healihy blood is sup
ipliedt to the systesn, from which now ma
uriat I. fortmted. Thais is the fl.st corrective
P)or of IHADWAT'S ItCSo0.VNT. In cases where
o aystom hans been satlivated and Mercuty,
Qui'ksiver, Uorrosivo Sublimate have accumu
Iated and hve'oimo deposited in the bones, joints
etc.. causing earles of the bones, ricke's. evinal
ettrvat 11r-0, contatrtlons, white swellings, vart
coso Veis. etc.. tLhM SAnsAPAlttt.a1AN will resolve
awiay those deposits Anlt exterminate thoirts
of the ditionse fron the system.
If tioso who are taking these medicine i for
the euro of Chronic. Scrofulous or Hyphilitto dis
eases, however slow tany be the curo, "teel bot
'or." awl, Mid their genoral health improving.
thwir fieih and weignt, incronsin , or even ikeep
tng 11s own. Is a sure sign thait, the cure is pro
(ressing. -in these .disoasos tho patient either
oeti better or worse-tho virus of the disease
5 not inactive; if not arrested and driven from
the blood It will spread and continue to undel.
mino the const.itution. As soon as the SAnsA
PARII.IAN Imak4 the pat iont 'feel beater," every
tour you w ill grow better and increase In health,
trelgti, and l sh.
The removal of these tumors by RADWAY's
ItFsoLVENT is now so certainly established that
what was once considored almost miraculous a
now a common recognize-d f act by all parties.
Witno -s the Oases of lannah P. Knapp. Mrs. C.
Krapf. Mr.i. J. I. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. Hendrix
publishe.t in our Alm-tnao for 1879; also that of
Mrs. C. 3. Ilibbins. in the present edition of our
"False and True."
One Dollar per Bottle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, to relleve
pain and cure acute disease.
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In from one to twenty minutes, never falls to
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Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease
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Inflananatilon of the Kidney., Inflamma
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LIIImBs, are instanutly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents. There
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chan go of water. It is butter than French
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Minaers andi Lunsberanen should always .
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All ron~edial agents capable of destroying life
by an overdo-e should be avoided. Morphine
opium, strychnine, arnica, hyosciamus, and
other powerful reamedios, does at certaIn times.
in very small doses, relieve the pitient during
their actiton in tihe syrtem. Butl perhaps the
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crease the sufferi ug, anid another dose cause
death.' rhere is no necessity for using these
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RADw, v's iKAIIY IB.mEF wili atop the most ex
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TElE TRUE RELIEFE.
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SFifty Cents per Bottle.
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purgativeu, Soothing Apes'i.
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Per ectly rasteless, elegahtly coated with
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Warranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely Vthg
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1* Observe the following symptoms result,
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Inl the Head, Aeldity of the Stomach, Nausea
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Price, 25 Cents per Bog,
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