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VALUE OV WUY.-As the time ap
proaches for s tarting chese factories,
'i;e disposition of whey will soon re
cee attention. Fariners who take
Lmilk to a co-operative factory are very
particular about getting the entire
amount of whey that belongs to thein.
They often insist oil getting more than
their proper share. If they take eight
cans of milk to the factory they insist
on filling them all with whey to take
back to their faris for tile purpose of
feeding It to pigs and calves. The
managers of cheese factories, "to keep
peace In the family" of patrons, often
add water to the whey, so that every
one may fill all his cans. Without
doubt the value of whey Is greatly over
estimated. Some years ago 31r. 1. I.
Wanzer, at Elgin, declared, at a meet
Ing of the Northwestern Dairymen's
Association, that it did not pay patrons
to haul whey from a factory to their
farms. Various and continued experi
ments had convinced hiiii that it was
nearly valueless for feeding to stock.
Now that both butter and cheese are
made from the saime batch of milk, it Is
evident that but little of value remains
when these are removed. There is
inuch of the sugar originally contained
in the milk, and a ininute qluantity of
fat and cas in. If the whey is fed be
fore the milk-sugar is coiverted into
acetic acId, it will be of some benefit to
stock, and that is about all that can be
*said of its value. Whlen whey is fed
aloue to calves and piga It Is often a
positive Injury to them. It coitains
scarcely anything from which muscle
and bone can be formed. It may be
employed to some advantage as a drink
for hogs that have the run of a clover
pasture, and have a little dry food as
corn, bran and neal. if fed to calves
and young pigs, coru meal, bran,
shorts, ground oats, or oil cake s-ould
be mixed with it. The quantity of the
meal and other dry substances should
be small at first and gradually increas
Od as the-pigs increase inI size.
SETTING Mr..-lt seems now to be
adnAtted by aill scientists iI dairy main
agement that the sooner we can cool
the milk the quicker will the process of
creaming commence, anld by keeping it
at a low temperature thei more perfect
will it be. I would advise, therefore,that
ittitl the deep-setting systenu is ad'opted,
which I Jorsee it will be.at a not very
distant period, the milk should be
cooled as soon *as it is drawn from
the cow, and before it is set for
creaming. This process is more rapid
ly and more illciently doine by passing
it Over a milk refrigerator, whom tha
c in be iiad ; but whei tIn.t 8 not ini use
it can Ie cooled very fairly by the pro
cess a(opted in Holland, viz.: by put
ting it in tin or brass vessels to stand
for a short time in a cistern inl. vold
wator. It' the shallow system be fol
lowed, I am disposed to recommend tin
pains pressed out of a solid piece and
not jointed, as being ai'out the most
generally useful. Glazed earthelrn
ware is used, but unless of a good
Iiality and well glized, 1 do not re
colinend it and when of a good quility
it is ecapensive, and beiig very easily
broken it Is a costly itomn. Enamelled
Iron paimns are used, but are liable to
the objection that the enamel does not
wear well, and that they are eutinber
some and expensive. Wood keelors
have been very generally used In lic.
1and anild oil parts of the coi.tlient,
but owing to the la>or required to
keep theim clean, they must, be suIer
se(led, which I lind i.l rapidly happen
Ing. J have already described the
deep-setting systom; and so tar as ex
.lperlcinee goes, it wold appear as iIf it
1s pIrobiable thait it. will be nir largely
a1dop)ted as It, bome)IsQ kilo wn.
Day C'ow.-lt,. is a1 coimmon pract ice
iniong .01ome dairymlen to give their
cows, whien dry, but scanty hiving.
Whmen ai cow :oases 10 give mil1k, or is
dried uIp, anly feed is considered good
enough for her. I thinmk ilh a is ai great
miistaike, an td t.he resullt Is a 11iinishedi.
produict of' uilkc, both ini 111uan1tity atid
'1inalijtyV,,whenl She doeLs come1( ini.
'IlTere is ai lrge' d ranugit nci t,he systeml
to susiaini I he enll' w hile the cow is ear
13'ilg it, and11 to keepj th Il ow L'Oinl good
* 0011conitioni tood food is ani illior'tnt, as
wihen shle is giving 11ullk. It is rny
opin10 io II01 tha one 1 dola's worth of lood
when the cowi is with enll' is worth one
and1( a half doll ar's after she Co ne0s in.
An aniimal in 1p(o1or aniht ion 1cannot101
digest, as mluchI 10ood as ani11 anmal Ju
gcod conmdltioin. IfI a cow is poor when
she COmles ini she wiill not1 digest enioughi
food to supp)lort the systeml, and, ait the0
same11 timei, to malike large <ianti ty 01'
IN.11:R2INo Y(,t'NG Ti-:i1:.-We haivie
not lie least dloubIt thiat, alloiig tr1ees
to il ar hieavily3 whleni y~ot iig is Injri '
Ous., bioth to thle henalth 01' thle ii ee and
'it 1futureY beain1g. We u have not11i'edl
upon)1 1 ou ' own pIle(inlises oil sever ial 00
calions, that, whleinever we~ alilowei
younig treeus o lbear unr1eaIl'sonabi lly, 1t
all'eeted tieli i ntti'e b)en inig l'r t wo ori
thlree years. We lave sintce rei'ueued
lie early produclt of a tree trotin one to.
t hree spuelinlts, t ho 1111nber' beIng i
vireased with the Iineren's'd age and1(
vigor of' the tree, and1( have~' Iotund1 lie
t rees afterwiards, to go on beainig reg
ulibIrly. it, Is the sam110ecase whieni a
tree, of w h:tever age it mia be, is per-'
miltted to inats 'reii thie tinics asil nuc h
- irumi t as8 It 0itaght to dlo.
liTnoSE farmiei s w ho have ino sip
hlouseS antd larige evaiporautor's ini whlich
to inaKei( ma.phe sugarl, il Ilud a1111 deep)
dIrippinig pan1 when 1111 lac'ed On t,he tot)
of' a cookinig stove lrOin whi chi thle
c'overls halve been reCInovedl, ill be
tm ucla better anid mor01e COilveienti vCs
set to boil down iii:ple sayl)in than11 ket
tles or pots5. Metiallie saip-spouts aire
mluchi super0ior' to wvooden ones, fear
they do 110t hold sap to turn'i sour.
Clealinecss and1( sweetneI1ss are aimoing
the eissenitiaLls ini thle maple)14 snmgar buisi
Tnxl)- first cr'op 01' hleas-Ex(tral Early
-shoulId be 5 i sow 18 a son as thle i1ot1nd
is tit, and followed by others nee'rdiing
to their pieriod of pr'oducing. Thue
1 uin (rohi is amonoig thle very'3 I irst to
get in. anid ought, to be set, before the
end1 of Apruii. TIhie vlute 0f the1
vegetable Is greatly undi(errlated.
None is more0IiIl ' n triti1usiiandi whiole
11ome, and1( It shiold be In every house.
A word to TouiIsts.
You oa not have a bettor ommpanlon on you:
joreban Hlostetter's k3iomach Bitter-s.
~That prime medioinal agent will enable y'ou to
drink brackish natter wlihout, running tho risk
of diBordered stomach and bowels. will 11on
tralize the influenoce of f >ul or miasmnatlo air,
aned wdll provo a most agrosblo and wvholesomoe
silmuant aund means of couintera'Jting thes fa
tigume of travoling and nea.iokniess. Change
of climate, water or diet, tua apt to indnoo liar
asising aind often dJanigerous disease., The
three chasnges combine dare fa al to thio.sande
of emigrants and travelers every year. Is It
1.ot, (lhon, of tihe last, importanooe to know that
HIoatett':r's Btomiach 1!iters are am absolute
preventive of the hurtf ul eonsequmences aris
ing from thesue ausese? Travolers, voyagers
ami em.grants to noew countries eannot be too
of en rem:nded of the facet that this agreeable
vegetable toofo Is the most rehiablm safeguard
against disorders to wh:oh they are far more
hmable thanm the habtual denizenms of healtby
DECLICIOUS SANDWIIIES.-lard bC
three thoroughly fresh eggs and 14
them cool. Take six anchovied, was
them, wipe them in a cloth, out oi tl
heads and fins, and scrape away ti
skins. With the fingers and thum
split them open down the back, all
take the fillets or sides froin the back
bone. Prepare somio fresh iettW e'
cutting up in tiny bits and dressing i
with mayonnaise. Then out six thli
slices of German rye bread or hoim
made Graham bread (the ordinar
baker's brown bread crumbles to
much). Bulter them, and lay betwee
each two one of the eggs, shelled, an
cut into very thin slices, a layer of th,
salad and the fillets of two ancliovies
Press the slices together, with a shar
knife divide them into small squarea
and arrange them on a dish covere
with a napkin. The k aves of bread ms
of courst be large to make tile sand(
wiches of proper size.
If marble Is smoked or solled, eithe
by bituminous coal or too free use o
kindling wood, Spanish whiting, wit
a piece of washing soda, rubbed togetha
er, and wet with only enough water t
moisten and make it into a paste, wil
remove the grease and smoke. Dip
piece of flannel in this preparation, an
rub the ttpots while the paste iR quit,
moist. Leave the paste on for hours
and, if need be, remove it and renei
With fresh pasto. When the s.)ots diu
appear wash the place with elean ho
soap-suds, wipe dry and polish wit
li Ink Is spilled on a carpet or woole
article it should be attended to att one
vhiile still wet, if possible, and then I
very easily removed. Take clean blot
ting paper or cotton batting and genti
tol) up all the ink that has not soake
in. Then pour a little sweet milk ot
the spot and soak it up from the carpe
with fresh cotton batting. It will nee
to be renewed two or three times, fres
milk and cotton being used each tim
and the spot will disappear. ''ie
wash the spot with clean soapsuds an
rub dry with a clean cloth. If the in
has been allowed to dr) in the nill
inust remain longer and be repeate
01. bMAItKt3 on wa-ill paper, or th
marks where inconsiderate people re
th'ir heads, are a sore grief to gto
hioisekeeperp, but they can be remove
without much trouble. Talce pI)pC-cla
or fuller's earth, and make It into ,
paswe, about as thick as rich cream
withi cold N ater ; lav ILt, o the stal
gently, without rubbing it in; leave I
oi till iright. It will be dry by morn
Ing, when it can be brushed oft', an
unless an old stalti, the grease spot
will have disappeatred. If old, renov
POOL BAL..s.-Aleit, togellber over
gentle fire in anll ir-on pot : Pitch, on
part.; gaitta pereiha, two ptarts; orang
shellac, livo parts; add to this six part
1-f whIite lead (lead carbonate) Ia im1
palpable powder, and stir untill a per
tectiy hiomiogeneous mixture is obtain
ed, 1ad you will lhave a Coimposit,doi
hard enough to make pool balls, whil
iaity be cast and colored with anilin
dyes Imlixed wit,h dIlu to alcoholic sol1
tion of bleached shella. .
Wi- rr/r,'i hats been we, anild Ii
vowlies -spotted4, hold the wroisr sid
over ste-a, and while damip draw li,
wr-otig site <iekly over i wiari Iroi
il- , takes twoE to do) i hisi-oneO to hold(1 ik
bottoma of' thle iron i upwlardt, aneld th
sec',inut .t i a the v'elIvet aeroMS.
Soa'ni apl)lel sauc isQ great Il iipnive
by lie addIt ion of a tablespoon 1tal c
but11ter' to a qa art oft sau ce, and(1, more
oveir, t here is mnch less sugar iaeeded
A little lemon lpeel iaakes a ine laavor'
Tlo brown' sugar-tor sauces or pudit
dinig, lput the su:gar in a perfecttly dri
sauicepan i. If the U121)I pan i the least bh
wiet., the sugar wil buharni aid you w il
spol your' Sauce(pLa.
lFon sleep)lessnIess a hIgh Londo(1:
authiority3 recoinienads, iiistedl of St, ii
ilsants, a breakfast cup of hot beef tesi
masde from iaalf' a teasploonfu'il of Lie
big's extract. it allays bran excitc
lIronyi that lias been spoltted, oir hi
growni yellow, can be inaade as cla
anid fresh as new bly rubbing with lini
sand paptler, and then pol ishinig wi I
i iielv p)owdered'C pul) eel stone.
Cu-r .ETs anad steaks ma:iy be fried si
well as broiled, but Iheay mutst be pt
in hot but.ter or' laard. 'The grease I
hot eiionigh whenci it thr iowX. oil aI blu1is
?iA i,r and pIoultry will Ilose thlac
lav'or and1( Iirainness itf left in the watt
after t hey 'are donei ; as will alIso ii si
wlhiah will break to pieces.
Wnii-NiA:Ein you see your sauce 1)0
from thle side of thle pani you may kno'
that y'our flour or' corii-starch is dom
1umaking a crnst of any kiand do ai
will inj ure thle crust..
ennl 1be easily remioved by a strong solh
tion of ~soda.
Dlid y'ou ever kanow any~ plerson to 1F
iii, witiout iniaction 01' th la tiomach
Liver or' kId ney., or di you over knaoi
01ne wh'o was ui cii wheni either waus 01
s tructe~d or inactivec; and( did youi eye
know or' hear of aniy case of' the kin,
thiat 11011 liitters' wiouild naot eure. As
yonur neigh bor thiis same ques..tioi.
N EnvlioU5Ni.s8 and all dorang
mlonts of' the nervous system, ar
ustually connected wvith a diseased con
dlitlin of the blood(. D)ebilit.y is a fre
quent acconmpanimnt. Th'Ie first thin
to be doiie is to imp)rove the conditlo,
of the blood. Th'is is accompilished b,
taking VFo51'lNs. It ia a nerve modi
clne, and possesses a controlling powe
over the nervous systemai
Thirtecn centu ii the cost of' fl
gallonis of 'ott so:ap, madae from or
pound1( of I obbins' f' aetr'ic soap, ( mac
byCraglin & (Co., Poaala. a mald the sc
-ap) w.ill go l'fIlarhe l'uai a diollar
worth of' conaminm onia. Try'3 it.
The opinion of the people has be
fully onifimed biy wihde-.pread e,
perience that Dru. flull's ~oiigh Syru
1i the best cnd cheapest remedy fr
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asti
WsAx Lusuis Aani Cumy-z,v'lACHEaD. and II:
general st,ruiigth radpiahy wa.ted by ape
aastent, deep-ss ed Cough, whicb DR. Jayla
EEpootorana, ma b reh.ed on tocur'a. YOU WI
derive certain enft from it am'o, li troubkfl
with iher Aitihma or Biron hsitis.
"Bor," said a gentleman to the hos
ier ot a Lot, on alighting from hl
n phiton, "extrioate that quadrupe
)t from thovehiele, stabulato him, donal
It him an adequato Supply of nutritiot
e allment, ain when the aurora of morf
e ing shall again Illuminate the orientt
b horizon I will award thee a peeuniir
d cOmpensti1ot for thine adminrab]
to JoIEs says: "ive all Oys.er locownt
a tol al(i the live setises, and Ito migl
t- be the rhinoceros of the soa." 11
yi might be; but we hope no generou
a erson iwill give him those things. Ti
ia pri'e of hif a dozen fried oysters m
1 large as a rhinoceros would strike awa
o beyond the margin or mosr ediLor
. poolcet-books u and a cotiple of spolle
p oysters of such dinensions would d
, populate a town.
A is.cruimi on optIcs, in explalnin,
the Inechanlisim of the organ of vislor
remarked: - Let any man gaze lose1
into his wife's eye, and lie will see hin
r self so exceedingly small that-" ler
f the lecturer saw a smile on the faces c
1 his a udience, and abruptly stopped.
3 A CAPlTALI anecdote is told Of a littl
fellow who in turning over the leavc
of a scrap-book came aorosi the we]
known pictute of some chickens Jut
out of their shell. "My companio
exatuied the pleture carefully, an
then, with a grave, sagacious look i
me slowly remarked, "They caime o
'cos they was afraid of being bolled.
"I- Is said that the male was
does not sting." But as a male an
f emale wasp wear the same kind c
0 polonalso, and look as nuch a like a
a tivins, the only way to distinguls
- their sex Is to catch one aid examin
its arsenal. If it stings you it Is a ft
male; It not, It is a gentle nan wasp.
t A ci.ASS of primary children wer
buisly engaged in their leading lei
sons; they read in order somethin
like die following: "The hat is in t,h
box." "The man is in the box.
"The rat Is In tho box." "The cat
In the box." When suddenly up cam
k a little chubby hand, the sign of pem
mIissionl to speak. "Well, what is 11
Mattie ?" said tile teacher. "I shoul
fink 'e box 'ood be full after a while.
"PArA," sai he, as he was show
some pictures in a book Santa Clau
had left hhn ; papa, wily does camel
have Such bunches oi their backs?
t The Information received lint bein
very satisfactory, lie at length solve
the (illeulty im11iself. "Whtjy, I know
pala," 111d lie I "It's So's they'll li
camels I" Whicli must be the reasoti
v ADA, aged four. wIo was doln
soeinting, and Was told to desist b
her mother. Motier-"Ala, ani I t
speak to you again ?" Ada-"Yes, ina
i you may if you like.''
Two young men out riding wer
s IasSi ing a farmI-house where a faruic
was trying to harness a mule. ''Won
lie draw ?" said one of the horsenec
10' course le wil," said the farmner
"he draws tle attention of every fuc
"J A II-," said a fonul mother, stitki ni
he head out of lie bodromll) door," it. I
II o'clock. Tel nie young man t
please shut the Iront door from tih
Tux liaa . wIse mother avoidethi teachin
lher da ughter how to cook, an.
Whien thtat (dauighiter gets married tts
visits of the miotber-in-law are alway
- A litt.le boy's remark ini school, I
waty to- kIll babies, whieh was b)y t,hrou~
inmg thmem out orfi a wndlow, 1led to th
dilscov'ry of a chIld inurder.
l'un-: latest wrinkle in East BostoJ
"society'' is -o have a pi)nnted visitin
Icard with ai smalil phiotograph of ti
'"party"' pa.tedl Oin the uppier let t-hain
cornmer. Thlis really elegantt style on1
AN exchange causually rninarki
"'lk-ttev late than hardly ever.''
I N ['amles't ie, Texas, the thermaomiett
s iegisteredl niiinty degrees the other da:
A .10- tight boots e ver drunk ?
To Travelers by Sea and Land.
The eil'ect of change of aIr and
5 travel is to prod uce Const,lpation,wvhle
t is followed by ileadache, Piles, and
a general disarramremient of the systen
Ii Th'e Stomach, already nauseated, gaj
at the very sight of a pill, while oe,he
imlixtures, swetiete ned Or not swee0tenet
r or acid, are revolting. Nothing of ti
r kind Is ever eQmpllaltned of In takin
, immons' lAyer iteguilator. It is al
ways grateful to the Stoach,whateve
Its condItion may be ; in fact,the slighi
ily liitter taste of the lRegulator is pi et
y. sant in removing the sIck taste froi
the mouth. A dlose of Simmons' Livt
Itegulator, say from a half to a fu
Stablespoonful, will impart a gratelt
wvarmith and glow to thme weak and nat
seated stomacii, will regulate the at
cretlons and wiil genitly assist Naturt
slowly and( surely, without griping c
nausea, as though 10no medicine ha
COUr.D I but see Carholine made
Anid view the process o'er,
a No bald head pate would muako afral.l,
Nor grav hlairs fright me more.
S As now Improved andl porfbeced,
No oil was ore so suro,
- All skin disasoe, of limib or head,
* It never fail' t* crer
BaoNorttTis.-Throat Diseases o
ton commence with~ a Cold, Cough,<
untusutal e~xertoni of the voIce. Th'let
- icient syniptomis are allayed by Lil
use of "BrhotCu's Bronchial Trochcs,
which, If nieglected, often result inm
chroniic disease of the thareat.
It doesn't do a bit of good to take
i twelve mile p romuenade in a fourtee
- foot roonm wi th th e baby, and1( sing
r declaim: "llcotehile, pootehile, p)udde
and 1)1e." Use D)r. Bull's Jiaby Sy'ru
and be (done wIth it.
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8 Doctoril of all medical schools proscribe it in
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y and by firm. continued pressure and medica
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cure the most inveterate cases of blind or
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Q so worthy. It is not leas singular that in the
s circular concerning Anakesis, full dircetions
are given for PUnvEN rING PILYS, a fact never
before observed in any medicine the propri
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d Last spring she was very bad, and had an
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8 A OARD.-To all who are sufforing from the or.
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Mr. H. It. 8.Fvwis: Sir-i :onsider It a duty
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my daughter. Abaut fott years ago shoi was so
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K beat, physicians at home and at, Louiisviile with
I out relief, she wais induced to try V EIJETiIE.
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e Firm of Carson l1ros., IDrugglsts.
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RaOas Snai'flllla REOlst
Pure bod sate ound13esh, stouh nd n
kolear skin. If you would have or
roar bones sound. without oaries, and urOo -
lexion fair, use Radwa' SarsapiwI13sin
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
" To cure a MRoNIW or 0G 6TANDING DXSN35
a truly a victory In the healing art; that reason.
]g power that clearly discerns Dzisor and ap.
pies a remedy; that restores ste byGP
re--ta e body wbion has aO sIow
and weakened by ea Insidious disease,
lot Only commands our rnpeOt but deserves
)ur gratitude. Dr. Radway has furnished man
:ind wit.t that wonderful remedy, Radwaie
larsapartilian Resolveou, which acooa
9lshes this result, and suffering humanity,
ho drag out an existence of pain and disease,
brough long days and long nights, owo him
heir gratitude.'-Med tesenger.
FALSE AND TRE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "TreatIse O5
Ulsease and Its Cure," as follows:
116t 101 DINeages QUr04 by
Raway's Sarseparlflian Resolvents
Chronic Skin Diseases, Caries of the Donc
lumore in the Blood, Scrofulous Dise es, iaI
or unnatural 1a01% of Body, Syphills and Veni
,eal, Fever Sores. Chronio or Old Ulcers ait
theln, Rickets, White Swelling, Soal i HOnd,
[tarine Aiftet,tons, Cankerb, Glaadular Swell
ngs, Nades. Wasting and Decayiot the Body.
PImples and Blotches. Tumors, Dyspepsia. Kid
iey and Bladder Diseases 0hronto Rh umatlsm
kad Gout, Uonsumption, bravel and Calculous
Deposits, and varieties of Ihe above complaints
4 which sometimes are given specious names.
We assert that there is no known remedy that
possesis the curative power over these die
)ases that RADWATN'. RzSoLvrNT furnishes. It
)ures, step by step. surely. from the founda
tion, and restores the injured parts to their
ound condition. The wnsten ef the body
are Stopped and healthy blood to supe
Slied to the system, from which new ma
orial 1i formed. Tols is the flst corrective
1ower of RADWAY's RzsoLvsx?. In oases where
he system has been salivated and Mercury,
LuIcksiWer, Corrosive sublimate have accumu
aed and become deposiled in theones, jdints
oto., causing,oaries of the bones, rickets. sinal
tur-vatures, contOrtions, white swellings, vari
iose veins, etc., thq SAsAPARIL.IAN will resolve
6way those deposits an I e terminate the virus
4f the disease from the system. 4A
If those who are tasking these medicines for
ihe cure.of Chronic. Scriulous or Syphilitic 418
iases, however slow may b- the cure "leelSet
ar," and find their general health improving,
heir fle.h and weight increasing or even keep
ng its own is a sure sign that the cure is pro
,ressingoln these diseases the patient either
ets better or worse-the virrs . the disease
14 not inactive; if not arrested an driven from
he blood it will sprIad and continue to under
nine the constitution. An soon Ks the SAKSA
ARILLIAN makes the pat lent "feel bet ter,' every
Lour you will grow better and increase 17 health,
trength and fesh.
Thro removal of these tumors by RANwAr'e
Irsot.vsxT is now so certainly establisited that
rht wias once co.sidered almost miraoulous :%
tow a co-nmon recogniz.-d f tot by all parties.
Witne-a the cases of lannah P. Ka ipp, Mrs. 0.
Erapt, Mrs. J. I. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. Hendrix
Publishe,l in our Almanac for lSTO, also that of
drs. U. 8. Bibbins. in the present edition of our
'Fahie and True."
One Dollar per Mottle.
(only requires minutes, not hours, to relieve
iain and cure aoUte disease.
Radway's Ready Relief,
n from one to twenty minutes, never fails to
'eileve PAIN with one thorough applic ,tion.
Vr, matter how violAnt or excruciating the eain
he RU ICUMATIU, Bod-ridden, Infirm. Orippled,
servous Neurale, or prolmrted with disease
nay suifer, RAWAY'S READY RELIEF will
61ford instant ease.
'.afamnation of the Kidneys, Inflamma
tion of the 1ladder, Inflammation of the
Bowels, Congestion of tho'k Lungs, Sore
Throat, Diflauit Breathing, Palpitation of
the leart, Hysteries, Croup, i.phtheria,
Catarrh, Influensa, Headache, Tsothache
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cold Chills,
Ague Chills, Chilbiaius, FIrost Bites,
Bruise.. Summer Complaints, Coughs,
Cold, sprains. Paius in the Chest, Back ow
,imbs, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents. There
la not a remedial agent in the world that will
uure Fever and Ague, and nil othnr Malarlous,
Bilious, Bcarlet, Tlyphoid, Yellow and ot.her
revere (ald'd by RADwAY's Pu.L.s) so quick as
RADwaY's EADY Itst.iar.
It will in a ,ew moments, when taken accord
ing to directicon, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhea i
Dysentery Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and a
Travelers should always carry a bottle of R ANS
WYAY 5 READY RKLiar with them. A few drops
in water will prevent sick ness or pains fronm
change of water. It is better than French
brandy or bitters as a stimulant,
eKiners anti Lunmbermnen should e.lways
os provided with it.
All remedial agents capable of destroying life
by an overdo-e should be avoided. Morphine
opium, strychnine, arnica, hyosciamus. and
other powerful remedies, does at certain f,imes.
in very small doses, relieve the patient during
their act,ion in thle system. flut perhaps taie
second dose, if repeated, may aggravate and'in
crease the sufferintg, and another dose cause
death.0 There is no necessity for using these
uncertain agents when a Dositive remedy like
RADw AY'S READY RaLIsr will stop the moSt en.
cruolating pain quicker, without entailing the
least d.i.mloi in either infant or adult.
THUE TROE RELIEF.
IIADwAY's iRADY hisLts? is the only remedial
agent in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fify~ Cegat. per Bottle.
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Perfeet Pu rgattves, Soottaing Aper..
ants, Aet WItlanut Pain, Always Relta.
bie anti Natural in taeis Operation.
a VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALO3EL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly Coated with
iweettrum epurge, regulate, purity, cleanse
RADwAYMaPIL. for the cure of all disorders
at the Stomach, Liver, liowels Kidneys. Biad
ier, Nervous Diseases ileada 'he, Constipation,
Iostiveness, Indiges ion, Dyspepsia. Milious.
iris. Pover, Inflammation of the Bowels Piles,
mnd all dierangemnent,s of the Interna' 9iscera.
Sarranted to effect a perfect cure. PuIrely yeg
tble, containing no mercury, minerals or del
W'Observe th'" followin'gypoe ut
ng from Diseases of the flu stive Ogn;Con
n the Head. Acidit-y of the Stomach, Nausea,
leartburn, .Disgust or Food, Fullness or Weight
n the Stomach, Sour Erueta ions, Sinki-ig or
'luttering at th'e Heart, Choking or suffering
iensationa wthen In a lying Dosture, Dlimnes.ol
fisionu, Dots or Webs be (sie the Si,fht, Feft
Lnd Dull Pain in the lI.%d, Deficiency of Per.
piration. YellownesA ef the Skin and IQyes, Pain
n the Side, Chei6, Limbs. and Sudden Plushes
tf Heat, Durning in the Flesh.
A few doses of RADwAY's Pius will free the
ystem from all the above-namedi disorders.
Price, 25 Cents per Bo:n.
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