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* "»' — We are la reoelpt of an advertising pamphlet relating to " Dr Ohaae'* Reoelpt Book and Family Phyatolan." Dr Chase is represented as being " One of Amerioa'e most oelebrated family physicians," and it Is stated that over a million and a half copies of bla irorki have been ao'd. Tbe book under notice baa 917 preioriptlona for ail kinds of diseases, 865 cooking recelpes, and 1250 atook dootorlng, meohaniaal and other reoeiptr. Aa to their valqe wo oaa of oonrae express no opinion, bat reprodaoe the following list of simple remedtea which are aaid to be effioaoloui for oommon ailments : Borax and common brown aagar la one of thebejtfor oatarrh ? A atrong, hot lemonade, just before going to bed, la one of the beat things m the world for a cold ? Onion ayrnp is a great oare for oolda or oroup In ohildreo ? Common field thistles will care neu ralgU ? Sciatica and naaralgla oan be oared by the appllanoe of a hot flit iron and vinegar ? Syrup made from prlokly pear, or tea from oheatnnt leaves are excellent remedies for the whooping oough ? Common baking aoda is one of the beat known remedies for burns or scalds ? Milk and llme-irater is an excellent remedy for weak stomachs ? An eminent phyalolan reported aaooeas m evary oaae of acarlet fevar, by mine warm lemonade and gum arablo ? Sulphur la the greatest remedy for diphtheria ? Pare older vinegar li one of the beat known remedies for dlarrb cc i ? Oharrad nutmeg, pulverized, and burned alam, In good for the agae ?

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SIMPLE REMEDIES FOR COMMON AILMENTS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2043, 22 January 1889

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SIMPLE REMEDIES FOR COMMON AILMENTS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2043, 22 January 1889

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