Empty the contents of three large ox galls into a quart bowl, immerse into a vessel of boiling water, and keep the water boiling quite gently for the space of six or eight hours, or until the gall shall have acquired the consistency of thick molasses; then remove it from the fire, and let it stand until it becomes cool; then mix with it a powder, composed of five parts of finely pulverized golden seal, and one part Cayenne, and mould it into a pill-mass; then divide it into five-grain pills. Administer from two to four, according to the nature of the case, three times in twenty-four hours. They rectify the acidity of the stomach and remove the distress, and regulate the bowels. [Thomsonian Advertiser.]