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LD BEANs.-It is state4 .that few of
'G'Western States produce a supply of
te beans sufflient for home 'c6n
tO tIon, and the amount eaten is far
iMer than it should be. No vegeta.
: ble food contains a larger amount of
Iutfiment than beans. In the forma.
3' tion of muscles they are nearly equal
to,any kind of meat. Beans form a
staple article of diet in all countries
noted for their thrift. The institution
of baked beans had had much to do with
the prosperity of the New England
States. Famine rarely if ever occurs
in countries where beans form a lead
Ing article of food. Scarcely any crop
oan be produced from a given amount
of land that will supply as many per
sons with food as a erop of beans.
Common field beans are easily and
;oheaply raised. The seed costs very
little, and the labor of cultivation of it
Is small. A very fair crop of beans
may be raised by sowing them broad
cast in sod turned over In May. If
sown in this manner no cultivation is
required. It is usual to plant them in
drills on old land and to tend the crop
with a hoe and cultivator. The drills
may be as near together as will allow
the running of a cultivator between
them. Little cultivation Is required
except to keep down the weeds and
grass. The plants should never be dis
turbed while they are wet with dew or
rain, as the least touch will cause the
leaves to rust. The land on which
beans are planted should be of nearly
uniform character, so that they might
all ripen at about the same time. A
very rich soil is not necessary for the
production of a good crop of beans. It
is necessary, however, that the land be
dry. No crop will do as well on sandy
hills and knolls as common white
SWRET POTATORS.-The soil for sweet
potatoes should be what we call moder
ately productive. Fresh, grey land Is
best. It rarely )ays to plait out (Iraws
very early, but above all, the ground
should be frshly plowed before l)Iant
Ing. It is a comaon practiec to piant
immediately after a rain, but it is much
better to wait until tile ground will do
to plow and make the beds afresh. The
cultivation should begin in a few da3p
after planting, or as soon as the plants
have become somewhat established, and
should be repeated at short intervals.
Tue early workings are much more lin
portant than tihe latter. Of manures,
those containing potash are especially
adapted to the )otatoe-lence ashes
are very benefIcial. Superphosphate
of lime colitaining also potash, is the
best form of commercial fertilizer. Tie
backyard coinpos,, composed of yard
sweepings, wood-pile scraplings, soap
suds, and other household and kitchen
waste, is well suited for potatoes. The
plants are often aet too thickly in the
rows and the rows are too close. Three
and a half to four feet between rows
and two feet between plants are about,
the proper distances, requiring about
2.000 plants to the acre. When plant
ed so close as three feet by one foot, as
is often done when the work Is entrust
ed to 6areless hands, nearly 15,000
plants are required for one acre, and
the supply, which usually controls the
at ca 1) anted, is soon oxhau.,ed.
How IT PAYS TO RAISE CU IMAN rE.
Lt01 us look.for a moment Into the de
tails of growing, say half an acre of
currants, and note what the result II
likely to be. A phiece of land fItted to
p)rodluce a good crop of potatoes is in
good condition to set- to currants. To
set them four by fIve feet will require
about twelve hunid red bushes, and1( they
sihould cost about $5 per hundred, or
$00. During the first season potatoes
may b)e phanited between the rows and
between the bushes, without materially
injuring the growth of the bushes or
the yleidl of the p)oltoes. Diuring the
second year beana may be planted be
tween tihe rows, which, with what fruit
is ob)tainedl, should pay the original $630.
And the third year they should prloduce
0on0 and one-ha mlf p)ounmds to the bushi,
which, at six cents per p)oundl, woul
amouint to $i68. At'ter the bush hmad
attained its growth, with good culture,
a fair average yild would be about
three pounds(1 to the bush, which, at six
cents per pound1(, wouild amiount, to
$216. Thle explense for labor and ma
nure anually wvouldi not vary mlatertIally
from that required on lmlf anm alcre o
p)otatoes after they werie plan ted.
What the Peznnnylvania Ratilroad. IR Dofng
The Pennsylvania Itailroad Company,
Is indefatigable ini its efforts to improve
the carrying capacities of its road, andt at
the same time aecommnodiate the travelinR
public in the best inmnner. All along i te
varnous lines ne0w and1 commodIous depots1
have been erected, and at the same timle
track facilities multiplied to supply bus1i
ness5 demands. But the work of the great
(st magnitude and impiortancee on this line
has been undertaken by the Pennsylvania
Railroad Comlpanly in building an Elevated
Railroad from their present dtepot in Wecst
Philadelphia to Fifteenth and Marketstreets,
Philada., thus b)ringing their line Into the
very heart of the city' andi landing passengers
within a tew Iminutes walk of the principal
llotels and business places of the city. This
import ant wvork whichel was coInnened in
November last has been pushed rapidly for
ward during tihe Winter anti Sp)ring months
anId is n>w ini 5such a condition as to war
rant the0 belief thiatethec Line wvill be comi
pieted and in operation by the first of D)e
cember of this year.
The Elevated road starts f rom a point
.near the Western end of the passenlger
sheds at West Phila, depot and runms on a
direct line with Filbert Street to tihe river,
crossing tihe Sehuylkill jumst north of
Market Street on a three span11 ironi bridge,
484 feet in length, wichl wvill be built to
- accommotdate two passenger antd one freight
track. The roadl is earriedi over tihe Gas
Worksproporty anti at 22d1 St. leaves F~ilbert
and turns into the property lying b)etween
Filbert andi Jones 8ts., which the Penin
Bylvania Railroad Comipany recenltly pur
chlased for tils pnlrplose, tiis p)roviding
amlple roo;n for eight tracks between this
point11 antd Fifteenth street.
The road will be constructed in the best
possible matnner. From the bridge to
I wenty-secoiid street it will be supported
by wrought iron pillars eighteen inches in
<htertO, placed on stone foundations,
from that point to tihe tdepot the road bed
will consist of a series ot brick arches rest.
lag on solid1 stone foundations, there beinIg
about twelve Qf these arches to a square
and the railroad bheing carriced over all the
intervening street crossings and being so
constructed as not to interfere with travel
on the streets.
The new depot will be built to face the
Public Buildings, anid will extend back to
Sixteenth street. 1t will be0 made to ac
commInodate both the passenger anti freight
businesa of thme Comipany, giving birgely in'
creased facilities for both.
Over one thousand 1men1 are now em.
phoyed on tils improveiment, and the force
will be still further incro ised as thme workI
progresses. The cost of hyuliding thme road
andI p.urohas~n the proper) required tom
the purpoiq i atesd bTree Milloni
'ROME-MAIDI MACRAME LACK P IGLOW.
--For macrame lace either thread sup
plied for the purpose may be used; or,
as it Is rather expensive, fine string, a
pale brown color and four pence or six
pence per ball may be used and looks
equally well. To nake a pillow your
self, get an old wooden box-your
grocer would probably give yo.u one -
about eighteen inches long, twelve
broad and three or four deep. Fill this
with bran, and cover it tightly all
round the sides with a piece of calico 1
or holland. Make a slit In the top of
the cover, and with a spoon fill In as
much more bran as you can squeeze In. I
In this way you get the pillow much I
firmer. Sow up'the slit with a strong
thread, and thon cover all round with
a piece of bed ticking, putting the
straight lines the length of the box,
as they are a gulde in keeping the
threads straight. Put an extra piece
on at the side, in order to fori a little
pocket, in which to keep the pils,
crochet-hook and knitting-pin required
in the work. The two latter are use(
in the Solomon's knots. The thread is
fastened to the pillow by a strong pin,
and the more pills used for fastening
the knot as you proceed with the pat
tern, the firmer and more even will the
Tun market Is flooded with worcness
and vile compounds for the rejuvina
tion of the hair, but Carboline, the
great petroleum hair renewer and dres
sing, as now improved and perfected, t
still Oukes the front rank as the best
Jreparatlon ever offered to the public.
A VnP.y good preparation of glycerine
to have always oi hand can be readily
prepared by any a)otlecary or drug
gists: In two ou1nces of sweet oil of
almonds, melt, by a slow heat, half an
ounce of spermaceti and one dram of
white war. Thenadd one ounce of good
glycerine, stirring in a little oil of rose.
K(eop In small Jars or small wide-neek- t
ed bottles. In cold weather keel) close.
ly exposed to warinth. Half or a fourth
of the above quantity may be used. It
Is excellent for soltening the skin, for
moet injured skin surfaces that are not
open sorce, for chaled places, for moist.
ening corns or calloused feet or toes,
and especially for chapped face, lips, c
or hands. When (lie hands are chap- c
ped or cracked, or roughened by cold, r
wash them clean with soap, and rub 6
themll well wIth this glycerime olit- t
ment, wiping it, oil to prevent solling
clothing. If this Is done at night, the
hands will be soft -tnd in good condi
ion II the morning, except when deep- t
ly cracked. 16 is very good to apply to t
the hands after "washing-day,'' This i
is all excellent preparation to use by 1
those allieted with the distressing a
trouble known as hemorrholds, or piles. I
FoR Cou1.s, COr.Ds, CrARH and
Throat Disorders, use "B1roinn's Pron
chial Trpches'' having prored their 0fi
ecy by a test of many years.
TURPENTINK FOR SNAKE Bris.-A
writer says: "I had stopped for the
night at a hotel im southern Missouri,
when another traveler hastened in
whose dog had been bitten when a mile
away and its throat had then swollen
in size equal with its head, and the an
imal was In great agony. Its owner
asked for spirits of turpent.ine, whleh,
being furnished, he applied repeatedly
to the bitten part, until the dog became
quiet,andi by morning it was well.
Tihis traveler recsides in the Ozark
Inounltaini region in Arkansas, where
lie had, as lhe said, witnessed many
such cures, ntot of animals only, butI
als~o of 'iun, and that lie believed It anll
lintillib)le remedy, If soon app)llied. It
quiekly relieves the stinig of a bee, and
may eu re thie bile of a cobra if. immcdl
ately apjplied outwardly, and a litt,le t
lamternally3 on sugar, as is done by hun- I
ts aniild the Ozarks, who carry It I
theIr pockets as they03 traverso that. I
region where snakes abound.''
A C'oss Ilaby
Nothing ia so conducive to a man's
remlaininIg: a bachelor as stopping for
one night at the house of a married
fi 10end and( being kept awake for five or
six hours by the cryinlg of a cross baby.
All cross and1( crymig babies need only
1101) Bitters to mnake themi well and
smiling. Young man, remember this,
P n Er AIl IN( 31ANxUIC v on 11O'r-Blos. I
-I'resh stable mlanulre, in wleh1 there
is plenity of litter, ia most suited ior I
thl,is piurpose. There should be at least
onie-third litter in the heal). If this
is not in the muass in suiileien I quantity
add leaves or tanbark ; shake it up and(l
naix it well together, adhdinlg water if
at, all dIry andl( musty, andl throw it inito
a comlpact hleaph to ferment3lt. Let it re
imaimn a weeck, anId thien wvork it ovelr
l.horouighly, ats before, anid add1 water,
if necessary. Where the ground( Ia
iu ite dry a very goodl method is to dig
a space about eighteen inches deep,
andi( pult Iiu the manure, tramnping;,it
lirmnly and evenly, and1 pIlce thereon
t.he frame or sash and p)ut, in the rich
earth, and1( In about four days sowv the
ed, having previously ati rrcd the
earth freely to destroy the seeds of
.~i~u i U.i^.cas of I rrli.abil ity and
discomifort froml the baby, by uslig Dr1.
Bull' B aby Syrui, thme surest, best antd
hence cheapest roeedy in the world
for the diseases of babyhood. P'rioe 25
EFFEWrON TAFFY .--This is a favorite
ICnlglisih confection. TVo make It, take
three pounds of the best brown sugar
and boil with one-and-one-half p)ints
of water, until (lie candy hardens in
cold waler. Then add one-half ponna)(
of sweet llavored butter, wvhich will
soften tihe candy. Boll a few minutes
untii it again hardens and pourW into
trays. Flavor willh lemoni If dlesired.
As peop)le learn how triue eCOiOnoy It
is to use D)obbins' Electric 80oa1, (made
by Cragin & Co., Philadelphia,) the
commIfoni, adulterated, dilshonest soaps5
are beimg driven ouit of the market.
'IO CUn iAAfs.-IFor every 01ne hu111
dred pounds(1 of ham take seven pounds
of salt, threeounces of saltpetre, two
elmnnes of p)earl-a'sh, one quart miolasses,
live gallons of water. Re--pack the>
hanms at the en1 1 of the first week, and
pu I the samte p)ickle on them.
hr requires as muchel coulrage to mount
the first straw hat of the seasonl as it
hoes to storml a battery or ask a big
whiskored, bald-headed old manl for h is
.mnly daughter .
P~ATaRIx having been told thlat Dr.
Peters had found an asteroid, remark
ed: "Bedad, he may have his asteroil,
but as for mleself ol prefer a hoss to
lalln eNT OUarr, with aortness of Dre'ath
no pUto of JBsh as
MOT11nR," said the seven-year-old
Son of an energetic mother, the other
lay, as he watched her vigorous mani
pulation of a kitchen utensil "you
)ught not go to heaven." "Why not,
ny son ?" in a surprised manner. "Be
)ause you would wear out your harp
before eternity was half over," was
he quiet reply of the y oung philoso
A WOMAN who had buried four hus
)ands was sadly contemplating their
)iotures. "Your poor father Is in
leavent I hope," she said to her little
Ive-year-old. "Which one, mamma?"
nquired the little Innocent. "Why,t
rour own, own dear father." "And
Lre the others all burned up9" The
nother didn't answer the conundrum.
Wx don't know whether it is old or
lot, but we heard a lady ask a friend,
n a street-car, tl.e other day * "Annie,
s it proper to say this 'ere, that 'ere?"
'Why, Kate, of course not," was the 8
'eply. "Well," said Kate, "I don't
,now whether it Is proper or not, but
feel cold in this ear from that air."
l'he conductor fainted.
A LITTL. girl found a slielless egg
inder the currant bushes in the garden
md in a high state of excitement t
rought it and showed it to her aunt. t
'See auntle," said she, "what I found
nder the currant bushes. And I know
he old hen that laid it. I'm just going
,o put It back in the nest and make her
Inish it I" .
"My son," said a doting father, who
vas about taking his son into business,
'what shall be the style of the new
Irm? V" "Well, governor," said the
me-and twenty youth, looking up Into
lhe heavens to find an answer. "Idon't
cnow-but suppose we have it John II.
5amplin & Father," The old gentle
nan was struck with the originality of
he idea, but didn't adopt it.
Fees8 orln,ct,ri. t
The fee of doctors is an item that very
nany persons are interested In 1nst at
>resent. We believe the schedule for
rlsits is $3.00, which would tax a man
tonflned to his bed for a year, in need
of a daily visit, over $1,000 a year for
nedical attendance alone I And one
ingle bottle of Ilop Bitters taken in t
line would save the $1,030 and all the
A Nai Yoic stone cutter received
lie following epitaph from a German,
o be cut upon the tombstone of his
vife: "Mine vife Susan is dead, if she
kad life till nex friday she'd been dead
:hust two veeks. As a tree falls so
nlust it stai."
MALIERnM, having dined with the
)ilop of Rotten, who was a dull
>reacher, was asked by him to adjourn C
rom the table to the church, where he
vas then going to preach. "Pardon
ne," said Malherbe, but I can sleep
'ery well where 1 am."
GRowN-UP Sister-"Oh, Charley, if
'oU m11ust go away, can't you introduce
te Co one of your seloolfellows, to
Dok after me till vou come back?"
'itrley-"Oh, no! It wouldn't dot
twould be so rough on a follow to
ag him out like that I"
li*MPLES.. .NI' IlMonis ON Tux Facs.
-In thciis condition of the skin, the
VxIEis the great remedy, as it acts I
liroordy upon the caus~e. It cleanses and<
mlrlles the blood, thereby causing hu- I
ziors of all kinds to dIi appear.
Tosi TIJuvaIn always (lucks his head,
he same as a tall person, when lie en
eras an ordinary door with a new high
tat on. Come to th ink about it, though,
veo never saw a door with a new high
AIIAnI&eLLA (on her' toes In a chair,
lutchmug con vulsievly at her skirts)
'Oh, Bridget! A mouse? a mouse!
rome and catch it, quick!" Biridgot
--''Sure, mum, there's no hurry. If
his one gets away, I can catch p)lenly
norce for yecr, mum."
A anuxnwn little fellow lived with an
incle who bairely afforded him the niec
sarics of life. One (lay the two wvere
mat together anid saw a very thin grey
zouind, andI the mani asked his nephew
vhat made the dlog so poor. "I expect
ie lives with his nucle," said the boy.
''SAvE your hair while you have it,"
houts a vigorous hair vigor advertiser.
4. little redlection will showv the im
>or tan('e of' the warn ing. A fer a lins
>and has been snatched bald-headed lhe
tani save nothing.
'Tinx13 on l oe oft blid heCa'ls-UAR
mIOtIN, a d -odorized extract, of petro
emim. Every obIj'cti.onl removed by
recenit imlprovemient. It is now fault..
Less. The only cure for baldness and
the most delicate hair dressing known,
'VT Washinigtoni hotels receive
~lergymen at a liberal discount from
he regular rates, anud it Is amazing to
ece wvhat a number of gentlemen in
traigt -fronted coats and white chok
rs arec to be seen at Washington hotels.
THE Indianapolis p)reachler who says
bhat prayer is a humbug used to be a
niethmodist, has lately been a Unitarian,
md now believes in the gospel accord
ing to St. Ingersoll. lIe wvill st'ck to and
preach the religion of nothingness.
SIHAi(EsP'ARsi says; "I)elays have
dangerous ends1."' Tihe same may be
bruthfully said of the wasp and the
biornet albeit they are not "delays. '
l'hey don't delay a second.
A German lost lis wife, and the next
week married again, and his new wife
isked him to take her out riding, lie
rephled: "'X on dink I ride out mId an
It her woman so soon after the death of
BROFU LOUs swellings, carbuncles and
boils, blotches, pimples and eruptions,
enlarged ghainds, internal soreness, tor
pid liver, and general clogged condi
tioni of the system, all yiohi in due time
to nature's sovereign .remedy-Dr.
P'ierco's Golden Medical Discovery.
Sold around the world by druggists and
ohemanists. Foreigni trade suppiliedh from
London branich. World 'b Dispensary
Mediical Association, Proprioers Blu -
Fite, N. Y., RI. V. Pierce, M. D.,1bresl
WEST BLUE MhOUN,Wis.,Mareh 8thi,1879
LIr. IR. V. P'imacic:
Dear Sir:-laving suff'ered niany
freary months froin liver complaint
without relief, I was last summer in
dluced to try your Golden MedIcal Dis
covery and Pellets. A t the time I was
scarcelyablo to work. Owing to their
Dffeot I commenced to Improve rapidly
and am now as well and strogga.s ever.
[ thank you from the depths of my
meart for the good they have done me
and wish you allsuccess. Yours truly.
f n. 8. SGEm.
bTRANGS ttlat people will suffer so
nuOh from feelings, tko blues and do
>ilitated body, when they can be so
urely cured by simply taking a Few
loses of Simmons Liver Rg elator. It
vill Impart new lit'd and vrgor to the
vhole system by purifying the Stot*acll
lid regulating the Liver. Could our
eaders be brought into contact with
he host of respeotable witnesses who
egard Sinnons' Liver itegulator as
lie safest and best family luedicine for
yspeDsia, Siok Headfolic, Uonstipa
lon, Biliousness, Colic, Sour Stonrach
Lnd Malarlous Fevers, thoy Would no
onger wonder at the great fame it. has
Lequired titrougiout. the country.
"As a general family remedy for
3ys psia, Torpid Liver, Constipatlons,
ito.,I hardly ever use anything else,
6nd have never been disalppointed in
feet produced; it seems to be alin>st a
>erfect cure for all diseases of the
Itomach and Bowels.
"W. J. MCELROY, Macon, Ga."
SAVE TUE COAL Asus.-It is not
:enerally appreciated how much heavy
oils can be benefited by the use of coal
shes, now genera ly wasted or applied
o the roads. Vick says, In his estima
ile monthy magazine, that it Is quite
atisfactoriy shown that coal ashes,
hough not having malurial value suf
[clent towarrant any expenIse for car
lage or long hauling, may with advan
age be spread upon the ground where
hey are produced. Mixed with heavy
oils, their mechanical effect is to light
i it and make it porus and friable. A
iumber of experiments with coal ashes,
Publicly reported within the last year
ir two, leave no ioubt that they have
,t least some slight value as manure,
and that mixed with heavy land their
flect Is very benefielal. Upon this
ubject a practical cultivator, through
lie columns of a late number of
>f a British journal, gives tile follow
ng advice and corroborative testimony :
'A third part of ashes to two-thirds of
oil will not be too much. You will
rery likely not have enough to do this
.t once, therefore use what you lhave
nd repeat the dressing again and again
ill tle soil, however wet it may be,
>arts readily from the tool. It may re
tuire three or four years to a comiplish
his if you have only the ashes of an
>rdinary household at your disposal.
3ut pray remember that once well done
t will give you no further trouble t for
kot only do ashes lighten a heavy soil,
mut they also reder material assistence
o its drainage, and It becomes so porus
liat the passage of rain water Is so
ured; hence it is comparatively dry,
nd warm, it is open to time action of
he air and is therefore sweetened and
iado more fertile."
KIrMnY-WonT is the great spring medicine.
t ls a sure cure for biiousuess, torpid bowels,
r lamo back.
A Valuable Gift Free.
A book on the Liver, its diseases aud their
reatment sent free. Including treatises upon
Aver Complaints, Torpid Liver, Jaundice,
liliousness, Headaohe, Constipation, Dyspop
i. Malaria, ete. Address Dr. Sanford, 102
Iroadway, Now York city, N. Y.
..The Voltalo Belt Co., marshall, Mlch.
Will send their celabra'ed Eleotro Voltale
eIts to the afflicted upon 80 days's trial.
peedy ourojs guaranteed. They mean what
bey say. rite to them without delay.
Give it a Trial
d vou will be astonished. "Anakesis," Dr.
L Bilabee's External Pile Remedy, gives In..
tant relief and Is an infallible c'ure for the
nest obstinate cses of pilesa. It has made
he most wonderful cures of this terrible die
irder. 20,000 gratfoln people that have used
can testify to the same. Bamples with full
Liretions sent free to all sufferers on a) ii
ation to "A nakesis" Depo6, Box 3946, Now
~ork. Sold by all lirst-olass drugaists.
A c A RD.-To all who are suirering f rom thle error,
no Iindlet ioons of houth,ne rvous wo knea o. ry
Ixatwilie cre you ru1 n (YiARtE. Thilag reat
merle, 8n sof.aujroused rk.,t t~ .ev,
The Best M,0dicine.
G.R TVN,BFaBBl oar, Il., Sept. 27, 1875.
Dear 8ir-I have beeni using your valuable
meod.cine,* Vegotlne, for General Debilit.y. andi
inave no h'sltattoa mn saying~ Ih it I mnsidler it,
)fnC of ithe best, It not, ste best mnodloli In the
rarket for a general Invigorator an.1 iooyd
Purtflor. J. HI. POItTEII.
V EC ET IN E
(JIVES OENRAL SATIsFACTION.
Eruptions of tile Skin, Chrqn'o Sore Eyes
and General Debility.
dread whaat, Dr. Sinmons Says:
vICRONA, MtIss., Jun 6.5 1878.
Mla. H. I. STICVINS, Boston:
I havoed IVegettne in rhy family for tw a
oars and cordially recommend it, as a remeey
>r Eruptions or the Skin, Chronic sore Eyes
imud (Goneral IDebilt.y. I have also r comnmended
it, to a groat many persons la this ection, ad
thllik i h is givenl g.mneral satisfaction.
Very respcoet,ruly, Dai. J. J. si MMON'J.
Yo1ir very vahtts'lo mo'lleino, v"gctlno, re
alert di t,he atirhit to my lii le dattughtter, Savecd her
lrom bomn' blind, andi I have nio doubt, savt.:
ber life. very gratefully,
MitS. J. J. SIMMONS.
WITII SuCH BENEFIT.
HumKuHoYoAN., Wis., Nov. 15, 1878.
Maf. II. I. E TVNs, Botn
Dear Slr.--i canu fulv testiry to the efneteoncy
of your yog ue n as a Groat Blood l'uritller, hav
ing used IL durIng the last, soveni months with
such beneat,. Yours truly,
W. 0. ST. SUItE, D)ruggist.
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That Acts at the Same Time ou
e Liver, The Bowels and The KidneTs
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power to cureait dieasee.
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come clogged or topid, and poleonous Au
more ar heoe forede.to,the 0
OrI WOO R
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ly endure nervous or sick headachesi
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37 PARK ROW, New York, &
8LtiLles for Olle or more liis
i1 ally ullinber of lnipers, furisi:
Dr. PIerce's Golden Medical Discovery enres
common Blotch, Pinislej1orEwmuption, Etrysip
SSki, laasho al diesscused byb
pur ing, and' invigora in med(icine.
lly has Vt man iestod itsptn n
*edc af Eyg ed aouss Beres and Swelli,
If' you fee ddrowsy, ebilitated, have sai
en face or body, freqluent headache or dissIness,'
alternated with tfht,flushes, irregular appetite,'a
Torpid Liver, cr BlaUoumness." As a remec
Medical Dicove ry has no eq9al, as it effects prt
In the cure of Brenet iSevere Congs
aunsption, It has astonmished the medioal facu'y
greatest medical discovery of the age. old by i
No use of taklnj
S eet (LittUe
sn t h nem
4' n1~ lw-,
IEALTH IS WEALTH.
HealhoI Bor I V68hth or mit
adwafs Salsaparill lbolvet
Fure bloodma soun 0lesh, strongjbone and
)lear skin. If u woi.d have your lesh rm,
mnr bones soun witht caries, and your eon.
ox1on fair, s" iadwa'm starsaparili1aft
To cure a QEMNIQ or LONG sTAwDINo DissAos
truly a victory in the healing art; th&t eason
power that clearly discerns iDasxr and au
es a remedy that restores stop by Itep-be
gres-the body whien has been al w .
dked and weakened by an insidious dsai,
t Only commands our respect but deserves
r gratitude. Dr. Radway has turnished man
n with that wonderful remedy, Radwaye
braparillian Resolvent, which accom.
sehos this result, and sliffering humanity,
io drag out an existence of pain and disease
rough long daYs and long night., awe blut
*ir gratitude " 1edi ReaMtr.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Treatise 09
wease and Its Cure," as follows:
List of Diseases cared by
Radway's SarsoparllIlan Ro,ent.
Xbronto Skin Diseases, Caries of the Bone,
imors in the Blood Sorofulous Diseses, Ba
unnatural Habit of Body, Syphilis and vene.
di, Fever Sores, Chronio or Old Ulcers Salt
esum, Rickets, Wliitb Swelling, Scall head,
erino Affectioni, Cankers Glandulan.Swell
fs, Nodes, Wasting and Dcoay of the Body.
nples and Blotches. Tumors, Iysnepsia, Kid
y and Bladder Diseases Chronic Rhiumatism
d Gout. Uonsunption, bravei and Calculous
posits, and varieties of I he aqgovo complainta
which sometimes are given specious names.
We assert that there is no known remedy that
sabases the curative power over these dis
ies that RADWAY's 3RsotvxNT furnishes. It
res, step by step, surely, from the founda,
i, and restores the injured parts to their
imd condition.*Tbe waste% of t1e body
o stopped and healbty blood I sup.
led to dbe systern, from which new ti
'al is formed. This is the Est corrective
,ver of RADwAY's RrsoLviNT. In eases where
i system has been salivated, and Mercury,
Icksilver, Corrosive Sublimate have accumu
ad and become deposited In the bones, joints
., causing caries or the bones, rickels, Dina
vatures, contortions, white swelliags, Tart
e veins. etc., the SARSAPARILLIAN will resolve
ay those deposits ani exterminate the virus
the disease from the system. 0
I those who are taking these medicines for
cure of Chronic. Scrofulous or Syphilitic din.
ts, however slow may be the cure "feel bet,
,' and find their.. general health improving,
ir flosh and weight increasing, or even keep.
its own is a sure sign that he oure is pro.
sing.0 in those diseases the patient 6ither
a better or worse-the virus of the disease
tot inactive; if not arrested and driven from
blood it will spread and continue to under
Is the constitution. As soon as the QAnSA
JLLIAN makes the patient 'feel bet,ter,'"every
ir you will grow better and increase in health,
ongth and flesh.
he removal f those tumors by RADwAY'S
iOL,VENT is now so certainly established that
it was once co isidered almost miraculous is
r a common recognized fact by all parties.
ness the cases of Ilannah P. Knapn Mrs. 0.
6pt, Mrs. J. U. Jolly and Mrs. P. D.nendrix
ilshed in oI Almanac fof 1879: also tha't of
Tr. S. uBibbfsin the present edition of our
ais# and True."
One Dollar per Uottle.
nly requires minutes, not hours, to relieve
n and cure acuto disease. A
adway's Ready Belief,
from one to twenty minutes, never falls to
eve PAIN with one thorough appliotion.
matter how violent or excruoi ating the rain
RHEUMATIO, Bod-ridden, Inlrin, rippled,
*vaus Neural c, or prostrated with disease
y su ier, RAWIWAX'I RHADY R13LIBY will
rd instant ekse.
lammation of the Kidneys, Inflnmma
on or the liladider, Inflammations of the
towels, Congestion of the Lungs, Sore
'hroat, Uifficult Breathing, P'alpir.ation of
hie Heart, Hlyaterlos. Croup. Diphultenia,
latarrh, Influenma, Headache, Toothache,
reuralgi. Rheumnattam, Cold Chills,
Lgne Ohlls, Chilblinls, Frost Bite.,
Iruises. Summer Complaint.s, Glougha,
old, Sprains. Pains in t.he Chest, Back er
lambs, are instantLy relieved.
FEVER AND AGUEr
'ever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents. There
act a reined al agent in the world thet trill
re Fever and Au,and all othnr Malarious,
bous, Scarlet, 'lpoid, Yellowi and ether
'ore (aided by RADWAY's PuiLs) so quick as
DWAY'5 RADY RELIttF.
t will in a m ew moments, when taken accord
to directions, cure Cramps, JSpasms, Sour
mach, Heartburn 1ok Headache, Diarrhm.a
*entery, Colic.W di h oes n l
Aernal Pains. wJiithDoe,anal
'ravelers should always carry a bottle of R AnD
sY 5 EADY RELIEF with them. A fow dropg
water will prevent sickness or pains from
ange of water. It is better than French
in dy or bitters as a stimulant.
Eler drd iLunfberaen should always
tlU remedial agents capable of destroying life
an overdos should be avoided. Morphine
um, strychnine, arnica, lhyosclamnus, and
mer powerful remedies, does at certain times,
very small doses, relieve the patient duringi
tir action in the system,' Iut LPerhaps the
lond doso, if repeated, may aggravato and in,
mase theo sufferilag, and anot.h r dose cause
uth. There is no necessity for using ti,hs
certain agents when a positive remedy like
DwAY's READY RsLIEF wlli stop the most e..
iiatn pain quickerr,wit hout entailing the
THE TRUli RELIEF.
'tAIwAYs READY REULIUi' 1s the only rendia)
fnt in vogue that wIll instantly stop jain.
e * ify n.. pe Bottle
adway's Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purgative., Soothing Aperig
ts, Act Wilhout Pain, As waym Eleita.
e and Naturnal in tirt Operation.
rEGITABLE BUBSTITD7TN FOR CALOMEL.
'erfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
astreg u ro, regunate, purify, cleanisp
AD WAY ? Pius for the curs of all disorders
the Stomach, liver, Biowels Kidneys. Bind
,Nervous Dtsees, ileadahle, Constination
Itiveness, Indigest,ion, Diyspopsia, Iilious'
s, Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels Pli
I all derangements of the Intorna l scea
rranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely veg.
bie, containing no mercury, minerals or del
F" Observe thp following syptoms result.
from Diseases of the DigetieOrgans Con.
mtion, Inward Piles, Fullness of thee Blood
he Head Acidit,y of the Btomach, Nause
urtburn, bisgust of Food, Fullness or Weighs
he Stomah Sour Eruota' ions, Sinkin or
tterlng at the Hear Choking or .Bufrfci
satibns when in a lying posture, Dimnes
ion, Dants or Webutbefore tile'Sight, Fever
Dull Pain in the Head, D)eicieny of Per.
*ation. Yellowneas of the Skin and yes, Pain
'he Side, Chest, Litibs. and Su<dden Flushes
[teat, F3urning in t,he Flesh.
tow doses @r RADwAY's Piru will tree the
Loen from ell the above-named disorders,
Price, 25 Cents per Box,
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READ "FALSE AND TRUE..,
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