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Wb7 Maggue Belle and WhIstts Appoer
Moluetime te Vary in PAteb.
IFrom the Providence Journal.]
"When two trains, going in an op.
posite direction at a rapid rate, meet
each other, with the engine bellq ring
ing, or whistles blowing, a passenger of
the one train notices a marked variation
in the pitch of the bell or whistle of the
other train. When the sound Arst
strikes the ear, the pitch is at its highest.
Gradually it goes down as the train
dashes past, and the lowest itch is
reached when the last notes f on the
ci. Why is this?"
This question was propounded to an
engineer by an individual thirsting for
"The question is simple enough,"
was the reply. " To start with, it is an
axiom which needs no proving that the
pitch of a sound depends on its number
of vibrations. Thus, while forty vibra
tions a second produce the lowest sound,
40,000 a socond produce the highest.
Pitch rises with an increase of the num
ber of vibrations.
"A certain numbor of vibrations are
omitted by the bell or whistle during
the time the train is running a certain
(listaice-say a quarter of a mile. Sup.
pose each train runs this distance in half
a minutp. Then, as the one train ap
proachos that in which tho listening
paaisonger is seated, all the vibratipna
emitted during the half-minute will
strike the car in less than half a minute
(supposing, of course, that they can be
heard over so great a distance.) The
reason for this is that the first will not
be heard until more than two seconds
after it has been emitted, as the sound
will have to travel half a mile, while the
last will be heard tho instant it is emit.
ted, bceause the engine will then be
within a few feet of the ear. Thus,
thirty seconds' vibrations will bo heard
il twenty-eight seconds. When the
trainsi are receding from each other, the
vi)raltiois emitted during the half-minute
vill take rather more than thirty-two
seconds to reach the oir, as that enmitted
'When the train is haltf a mile off will
have to travel to the ear."
Can vou illustrato this to make it
plainer?" the engineer was asked.
"Certainly I canl. Suppose a man
with a rubLer hose stands ten yards
fron a i uh. Tho capacity of 'iis hose
eiables him to squirt a pint of watcr per
eeoNid into that. till). But if, during,
Kay, live seconds, he walks up to the
tub, all the while allowing his hose to
puir water into it, there 'will be more
i IM five pints of water as the result of
that five seconds' work. There will be
five pilts, p)lus the <iinantity contained in
tlie streamil which would have fallen to
the ground if he had stood still and at
the end of the five seconds turnedl the
cock, shutting off the stream. By the
approach of thie whistle or b~ell of an en
gmno a greater nlumbelr of vibrations
meet the ear in a given time, just as a
greater quantity of water reaches the
tubl from the hose by the ap~proneh of
the nozzle. And, accepting as correct
the axiom that the greater numb~er of
vibrations the 19gher the pitch, it, will
be seen that whien the trains a)ppron'h
the ear gets more thtan its due share of
vibrations per second, and whten they
recede it gets less than its share.
Just Filling Ills Plpe.
The brighter hours of good Bishop
Corbet have been very graphically de
scribedl b~y one who knewv him well. His
Lordshiip a favorite companion was his
chaplain, D)r. Lushington. When the
.busmness of the day wais over, the Bishop
delighted to desceend with this faithful
henehmnan into the cellar of the 'episco
plpalace. Corbet would~ then doff his
hosaying, " There lies the Doctor -"
lie would then divest himself of his
gown, adding, " There lies tihe Bishop."
The glasses were filled and the toast was
drunk. " Here's to thee, Lushington,"
" Here's to thee, Corbet."
The celebrated Dean Aldrich was the
slave of his pipe. There is a story in
- the biography of John Phillips, the poet,
which not only amusinigly illustrates
this wveakness on the part of the Dean,
but gives a curious glimpse of the free
and easy way in which the dons and uln
dergraduates of those days used to live.
A senior student laid a wager with one
of his college chums that the D~ean wvas
at that moment smoking his pipe, that
instant beig aboult 10 o'clock in the
moringi. Away, therefore, lie wvent to
the deanery, where having made his wvay
into the Dean's study, lhe explained the
-reason of his appearance at so early an
hour. "'Ah," replied the Dean, with
the utmost coolness, "you have lost
your wager, for I am not. smoking but
tilling my pipe."~-Prom Te(mplc Bar.
The Mound of Mourning.
According to a Welsh legend there is
a mound which is called the Mound of
Mourning ; and on the mound there is a
cairn or heap of rocks, and in the cairn
there is a serpent, and on the tail of the
serpent there is a stone, and the virtue
of the stone is such that whosoever holds
it in one hand can have in the other as
much gold as he wishes ; but first lie
must fight with the serpent. To touch
the magic stone many unfortunates have
met their doom even while the yellow
gold filled their itching palm. Some
(died, some lost an eye, some, terrified
by the monster, became insane or re
turned to their homes, only to die be
rause their sleep was disturbed b~y evil
Su rfae Accomplish ments.
That reading does not ncessarily
make a cultivated person is a truth not
generally apparent, even to conscien
tious readers who suppose themselves to
be going through a process of cultiva
tion. There is comparatively small
pleasure in talking of book and subjects
connected with literature with an uncul
tured person, however he may be in the
habit of reading; while in the presence
of cultivated men and women, almost
the first word reveals that the reading
has been assimilated and become a part
of their mental substance, so to speak,
and there is felt at once a common
ground to move upon, an unspoken un
derstanding of each other's point of view.
--Allan tic Monthlu.
Pnorasson JAMEs SAW .declares that
smallpox is so commop in the poultry of
Rindostan and pat Europe as to oon
tltulte a plagu~e..
e"B -OF 'T ROUGIM.,
Tan history of your fortune is written
arnt in your life.
IT takes a bold man to roll his own
idea into the world.
TInE sas Snuch polloy in politeness
as there is in honesty.
TE greatest truths are the simplest;
so are the greatest men. %
IF You have no enemies, it is a sign
that fortune has forgotten you.
BEAUTY is the first present nature
giles to women, and the first it taken
A risoN often has to talk for his
virture but his vices speak for them.
MANY a man's vices have been at first
nothing worse than good qualities, run
COMPLAISANCE renders a superior
amiable, an equal agreeable and an in
THE two great movers of the human
mind are the desire of good and the fear
of evil. -Johnon.
IT is better to have a lion at the head
of an army of sheep than a sheep at the
head of an army of lions.-De Foe.
FANCY is imagination in her youth and
adolesecence. Fancy is always excur
sive ; imagination, not seldom, is sedate.
TuER are moments when petty slights
are harder to bear than a serious injury.
Men have died of the festering of a gnat
WE FIND ourselves less witty in
remEmbering what we have said than in
dreaming of what we might have said.
IF You would be pungent be brief, for
it is with words as. with sunbeams, the
more they are condensed, the deeper
they burn. -Saxe.
L.-- uis read the hook of others livex,
with t heir 1.agIs orr)w streIVII;
It I will show tis li r brotther ttriVes
A ilt (il 't w; ill wIIi r O Iy .
I FEEL that I am growing old for want
of somebody to tell me that I am looking
young as ever. Charming falsehood!
.T'here is a vast deal of vital air in loving
NO (INF, is so :(eeilrsed by fate,
No oli so titterly desolate ,
But .oimie liearit though unknown
UPeSi(1md" to Its own1.
RIesiumds-as if wO it Iattiseeni wings,
A IreaI II from iaei hnveil 11d totched its stings -
A nd whispers, in its solig,
Where hast tho1 stayed So lIng ?''
THE worst ingratitude lies not in the
ossified heart of him who commits it
but we find it in the effect it produces on'
him against whom it was committed. As
water contatining stony particles incrusts
with them the ferns and mosses it drops
on, so the liiman breasts hardens under
ingratitude, in proportion to its opeuess
1111d softness and its aptitude to receive
Diary of' an Irish Landlord.
Monday.-Put my head out of the
windowv to see what sort of weather it
was. Received a brickbat on my head ;
scalp wound. Dr. O'Hagan dressed it.
Tuesday.-Thought I would go out
and try to collect a little rent. Twvo bul
lets were fired at me from behind a
hedge. One lodged in leg, another in
shioulder. O'Hagan extracted them.
Total collections: seven and sixpence.
Wednesday. -Made upl my mind to
have a run with the Meath hounds. A
most delightful day, and jolly sport.
1'ode along through a shower of b~ullets.
Seven dogs shot ; nine with pitchfork
wounds. The fox's head blown off with
dynamite. Delightful hoots and groans
from tenants, making the run truly ex
citing. Hfuntsman's neck nmost neatly
broken by a club from a billy wielded
by an athletic Land-Leaguer. Almost
forgot to mention that two of my fingers
were shattered by sundry shots from re
volvers. O'Hagan repaired me, and I1
sat down to dinner in good spirits..
Thursday.-Market day. Drove to
townm without meeting with any particu
lar ad~venture, except having my horse
killed by a shot fired from behind a
rock. Bought another and went to a
grocer's for supplies. Would not sell
me any ; said I had been Boycotted.
Asked what for. WVas told it was for at
temnpting to collect my rents. Apolo
gized, and begged to be allowed to buy a
pound of tea, lie wouldn't ; said it was
more than his life was worth. Borrowed
a p~ound of coffee, and startLed for home.
New~ horse killed by two shiots, and
walked to house. ,Just ats I entered the
gate twenty-live bullets whizzed b~y me.
Must have been fired by indifferent
.Friday.-Rosc early and took a walk
in the garden to air my wounds. O'Ha
gan remarked that there was plenty of
life in me yet. As he spoke a bullet
broke my log. The doctor said that I
should probably be well enough to have
my limb amputated to-morrow. After
drinking a cup or two of coffee, wvent to
bed, and slept the sleep of the happy and
Saturday. -Amputation very success
fully performed. Hobbled out to get a
fresh supply of . whisky. Couldn't buy
any. Signed the pledge to save myself
the trouble of drinking ardent spirits.
One of my tenants, Pat Mulroony, paid
me half a crown on account. Thanked
him, and gave him permission to live
rent free for the remainder of his life.
Sunday. -O'Hagan and I went for a
ride. Not an easy thing to sit a horse
with one leg. When we returned found
house in flames. I am glad of it. I can
now go and live in England, and shall be
saved the trouble of collecting rents.
Too Mutch Learning.
" What did you do with that letter
that was on my table ?" asked Gus De
Smith, of the colored boy who cleans up
"I tuck it to de postoffice, sah, and
put it in do hole."
" What did you do that for ? Did you
'not see there was no address on the en
"Iswdar was no 'writin' on de 'vel
ope, bul I 'lowed yer did dat ar' on pur
pose, so I couldn't toll who yer was a
writin' to. l'se an ediqated negro, I is."
THIERE is something loft and tender in thme
fall of a single snow-flake, but it always re
minds us to look after our bot esof Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup,-our old utand-~ in the days of
Coughs and Oolds,-for we have always found
nonnoes th 'the bsap
fr. ~Giles Potter were burne on Thur.
day night," one is naturally ooneerned
to know what Mr. Pottor had bein
eating or drinking, to mak him so in.
TH. Nebraska City (Neb.) Pree says:
St. Jacobs Oil strikes heavy blow* for
good all around, and its virtues for rheu
matic pains are lauded upon every hand.
Try it, all ye who suffer.
Sheep In Australia.
Official returns show how vast are the
flocks of sheep owned in the Austral
asian colonies: The Now Zealand and
Australian Land Company owns 800,000
sheep; Mr. Robert Campbelf, 886,000
sheep; Mr. George Henry Moore, 90,000
sheep; Messrs. Dalgetty & Co., 208,000
sheep; Messrs. Clifford& Weld, 80,000
sheep; Sir Dillon Bell, 82,000 sheep;
the Hon. William Robinson, 68,000
sheep; Sir Cracroft Wilson, 48,000 sheep;
Mr. Kitchen, 80,000 sheep; and Mr. Al
lan McLean, 500,000 sheep.
Rather Enthuale Ie.
The Wilmington (Del.) Daily Repub
lican lately contained the following itemi
of popular interest : Dr. J. F. Speck,
who is connected with the Wilmingto'
Eve'r.Y Evening, speaks rather enthusi
astically of St. Jacobs Oil. Dr. Speck
states that he uses the Oil in his family
as a household remedy a sort of univer
sal panacea for all aches and pains, and
has always found it to act most happily.
His attention was called to it by tfe
many testimonials in its favor, and he
one day used it upon himself for sore
throat. Two applications iere sufficient
to effect a cure. He also used it on his
little girl for sore throat with gratifying
success. The same child had scarlet
fever this winter, which left the tendons
of ono leg much contracted. The little
prattier couldn't walk without assistance
and suffered much inconvenience and
pain. Several applications of St. Jacobs
Oil restored her limb to its normal con
dition, and she has not experienced any
trouble since. Dr. Speck states that he
has also seen the Oil act charmingly in
toothache. He thinks St. Jacobs Oil is
a sterling remedy, and does not hesitate
to recommend it for rheumatism, etc.
A sTnANGER, on taking his seat in the
pit of a theater, accosted a gentleman
who sat near him, with: A' Pray, . sir,
have you a bill?" When, to the
stranger's amazement, the gentleman,
starting from a reverie in which he had
been plunged, exclaimed : "No, i ir, but
I have two next week and both unpro
Tt, Axe or aracen
la past, and Dr. Pierce's ''Golden MeTdical DiH
Sovery" will not raise the dead, will not cure
you if your lunge are almost wasted by eon
mmp)1tion). It is, however, unsurpn8: .ul b'ot h as
i pectoral andl altorative. and will euro obsti
nato and severe diseases of the throat and
hungs, coughs, and bronchial afrections. Bly
virtue of its wvonderful alterativo properties it
yleanses and enriches the bloodi, cures pimples,
blotches, and eruptions, and causes even great
aatimg ulcers to heal.
HOPE is the ruddy morning ray of
joy, recollection is its golden tinge ; but
the latter is wont to sink amid the dews
anid dusky shades of twilight, and the
bright blue days which the former prom
ises break indeed, but in another world
and wAih anothier sun.
(lct tine Original.
Dr. Pierce's " Pellets "-the original " Littlo
Liver Pills" (sugar-coated)-curo sick and
luilious headache, Rour stozuach, and1 bilious
ittacks. By druggists.
THE hills of lofty endeavor and high
achievement lie all around us, arid, if wve
never catch a glimpse of the views they
afford, we need not complain that it is
because of the insuperable limitation of
DR. PIER's "Favorite Proscription,"' for
all those weaknesses pOculliar to women, is an
unequalled remedy. Distressing backacho and
"bearing-downi " sensations, vield to its
strength-giving p~roperties. Dy dlruggists.
" WHEN ar you going to commence
the pork business ?" asked a person of
another who had a sty in the eye. " Ex
plain," said the afflicted one. " Why, I
see you have your sty ready." " True,"
was the reply, "I nave got one hog in
my eye now."
YOUNG Dolmonico, of New York, thus
speaks of his patrons: " Men always or
der better and more carefully than
women. The Western people are about
the same kind of feeders the Yankees
are. The Southerners go for any dish
that is fried, and become dyspeptic in
haste. The people of the Middle States
are the best diners. Englishmen get the'
A Testanment Deviser's Opinion.
The eminent' autbor Prof. A. C. Kendrick,
D. D., L.L. D.,' who i6 professor of Hebrew,
Latim and Greek in the University of Rtoches-.
ter, and was one of the revisers of the Now
Testinment, in general conversation with anum
ber of gentlemen, a short time since, said :
"I have received from the use of Warner's
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure very marked bene
(i andI can most cordially recommend it to
A PnOPRIETOR of a circus in the West
has lost several valuable animals, among
them a - fine specimen of a species of
wildcat that attracted much attention in
his show. ])arwin like, he is now
searching for the missing lynx.
From the 10th of October 1881, to thu
1st of July, 1882, genuine ROCK SPRIN(
W ATER will be supplied to customers by
Ellis & Co., of Bailey Springs, Ala., at
the following rates:
Trenigallons In anti-corrosive cans..5.00
Same can refilled Lt..............4.00
Five gallons in anti-corrosive cans 3.25
Same can refilled at.............2.!O
Nine gallons in glass bottles.......51
Reasonable freight and express rates
are given by all railroads. Th is water
has been known for nearly fifty years as
a sure cure for Dyspepsia, a sure cure
for diseases of the Kidney and BladdeCr,
a sure cure for all curadble cases of Drop
sy, a sur e cure for Scrofulous cases of
the onesor Skin, and a cor tain destroys
er of the terrible thirst for intoxicating
drink that ov'ercomes so many worthy
resolptions. Deprive a drunkard oIf his
dram for three days amiwl meanwhile give
him plenty of Rock Spring Water, and
he won't want the wh isky. Don't you
think it's worth trying it ? If you do
drop a postal to Ellis & Co. It will cost
only a cent.
have, owkby the anna
OlIgoher u~e cities, there
are ryg oawhkbar saply im.
mense. There is nothing lke them in
the old country. I am impre&Med, too,
by the great rush and energy of every.
body. Everybody seems determined to
A YOUNG widow was asked why she
was. going to wed so soon after the death
of her first husband. "Oh, la," said
she, "I do it to prevent fretting myselt
to death on account of dear Tom 1 "
GUARD against fever and all malarial dig
eases by using Kidney-Wort.
COsNETL UNIVERaIY has an endow
aent of $1,700.000.
THE metciful man Is merciful to his beast.. Horses
and cattle aro sources of profit, therefore, should be well
cared for. By the timely use of Foutz's Celebrated Horse
and Cattle Powders, the lives of many valuable animals
will be saved.
On TIbIrty Days' Trial.
The 'Voltaio Belt 0o., Marshall, Mich., will
send their Electro-Voltnio Belts and other
Electrio Applianoes on tril for thirty des to
any person affloted with Nervous De]t,
i6nstVitality, and kindred troublps, guaranteei
Ing oomplote restoration of vigor and manhood
Address as above without delay.
P. 9.-No risk is indurred, as thirty da5v
FOUT/,'S Horse and (Cnttle Powders are renowned the
world over for preventing anwl curing di.seases; it Is,
therefore, unnecessary to give them, any further recom
miendation. Try them.
Pon dyspepsia, indigestion, deprossion of
spirits and general debility in their various
forms, also as a preventivo against fever and
ague and other intermittent fevers, the FERRO
ProsPHoRATED ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK, made
by Caswell, Hazard & Co., Now York, and sold
by all Iruggists. is the best tonio ; and for pa
tiente recovering from fever or other sickness
it has no equal.
SlOW TO MEcUuRE IIEALTIR.
it Is strange any one will stifrer from (erangAments
-rought on by impuro blood. wlien SCOVILL's bARRA.
IAICILLA AND STILLINGIA, or BLOOD AM) LIVER
SYRUP will restore health to the physktal oreanis-ition.
It nastrengthenin!gsyruip, plesannttotake, and the DEST
111.00r PlJlIF!ER ever discovered0, curing ernfula,
Syphililic disorders, WeaknPsq of the KidneyR, Ervaipel
las, Malaria, Nervous di-sorders, Debility, lilinus com.
plainta And Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys,
Stouaclh, Skin, etc.
BAKER'S PAIN PANACEA cnres pa' in Man and
DR. ROGER'd WORM SYRUP instantly destroy@
(This Engravtag represents the Lungs in a healthy state.)
A STANDARD REIREDY
IN MANY HOMES.
For Cojssas, Colda raotsuP 'Brosshgga and all
ether affections of the Tisaoat and LUNGS, 4A stands
unrivaled and atterly beyond all competition.
IN CONSUMPTIVE CASES
It appreaches semeear a specile that "NIinet -.tt "
cent. are permnanentl oured, where the d ret-a
strictly com lid with. There is no ehemilcal er ether in
gredients to arm the young cr eld.
AS AN E.XPECTORANT IT HAS NO EQUAL
If CONTAINS NSOPIEUM IN ANY FORM.
Ji. N. HA RRIS & 0O., Proprietore,
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGiSTS.
The natne of Hot.Qtr's Stomnach flitters is heard in,
every dwelling, it finds a plase in every household, and
its praises are sounded throughout the whole Western
Hemisphere, as a general invigorant, a cure for siek head-.
ache, a specific for flatahenoy and seur stomach, an appe
tizing stomachio, an excellent blood depurent and cortain
remedy for intermittent tover and kindred disea.s.
For sale by all Druggists and Deaiers
ut Y3 RAddepnses to agents
S3 .@. Viceey, Aagssga. Me.
s~JYY~m S~vgvor* Oatalgae fee. Address,
~YIJ.~ rea W~t. as Worksp,.PtbrLh, Pa
YOUNG MEN L'ee ,a Te:2,elghy in
ation. addressY VLZ.m nBm .... anai~ Wig.
F 00. thie hot bas been
stadt'sa W ars 'sq eoath
all "MM CO 6perati.ely little a a
Wdto th kZphbjof agimg . e
yCm the h'
was as arOW. -,&ad certainly as well , as
new; and e ~ cngsarietlctural
sbows--you would see the pride of the county
and State stables and fTrms assembled. But
there was a consolcuoUs want of noblo draut
horses, and as. for speeders-well, 2:40 was
great ultinate limit that owners In those days
(desired to strive for. But now.a 2:40 animal is
esteemed a fair roadater,.and fine aniffials only
u1eserve the name when they call shade the first
q uarterof the lIrd mi te, There haVe been Ii
ense st des forward I rit tbofightdevelopmentef
-horseflesh in the civilized Countries (if the world
as shown by the time-recordg of the racers ant
drauglit capacity of the humbler, but 6 *more
nseffil,Awork-horse. Manythin 4haveconspired
to ei'eet this desirable end, cef amon which
have beenl the iiltelligeut care and consi erationi
bestowed ipon the animal in his every relation
--in a word, upon the breedin . Ai this has
not filikd to include a very rerIoits modifleation
of the old mviethods of treatient, dollig away, inl
maty cases, with the inhuixan antd really savaj o
,vlans ptiried in the eradication of even shim
Isorders and ailments, and substituting rational
menasures of relief Instead. A prominent finetor
of this reform, aiid one in1or<ed by owners,
breeders. farnersand stock men the country over
is ST. JACOBS On,, recoguized by all wIt have
itused it asH an exceptionially good remed for the
ailments of tho horse and stock general yjucet
itig more Indications for its use aind effe(l'ing far
better results than any article of a eurative or
remedial nat tire ever introditeed. Sitch breeslers
and horsemen as A ristides Welch, sqof Erden
heim, near l'hiladellphia; Mike Goodin, Ess.,
Ilelniont Park, Pa.; Calvin M. Priest, formerl In
char of ir. Robert Botner's stock, New York -
aid tiousaunsls of others throughout the country'
who eotildl be named, are onl the Iist of 11utasnli
lied endorsers oi'the eflicacy 01'.T. JACOnS Oli..
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$5 to $20 as s,:. SamlCo. orta Mine,
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
HISTORYo % OMWORL.D
the rise and fall of the Greek and ~oman Imnires, the
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..... ...... ..Louisville, Ky,
_ -_J.__r___ Lebanon, Ohio
cant. National Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
bandsoni round corner rosood cses tre uu ena
gUction~ uarantec or mone rofunded, after one
yerse, as th sandis ett yite foj oth list of tes
timonIal.. iteaty J e not (*ANI, cathedral.
eecarriae eospase nor rated atao c(rol
la tnBfe . A ro cal upon
$10.60 FOR 40c.
Any one sending me 40 cents and the ad
dresses of 50 of their acqnaintances will re
ceive by retulrn runil goods8 that retail for
$10.60. This is an honest offer, andi if you
want a fortune, don't let the chatnce slip.
J. II. IIENRY, Box 12'7. Luffalo, N. Y.
rnt bralC. r D. to be sa'nined '
O rite frc Csie to STANDARD AMER.
de s ef.. M'. AN a t~o aromi snera i bit7 tosL
l1imcss prstio~en nd siking uhls At Ithas tme lb
li nh a a rs i di te a d h a e r f ue r e u t . e o l e
"s"t * t at eerdi i"e ate *uo myiles n
The Irous Tonde Ia es
rarseeno of r'so. -g
-oMl,"o.,~ Vrve 1'/
elVatee 'se a eel
Aromnatice. I ervee
eto njsrpewe ee.
MANUFAdCTURKI BY THI DR H sART KR LnIQIMI
LYDI e PINKHAM I
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for all those Patal Complaints aeA W
soecommon to our best female Ppsi*""-en
It will our* entirely the worst forra of Venals 062be
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulofra
tion, 3alling and Displacemzents, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and Is partis100 I,
Change of Life.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the utertls In
an early stage of development. The tendeny to enne
cerous humoretherois checked veryspeedilyby Itsue,
It removes faintnos, flatulency, destroysall rig
for stimulants, and relieves weaknesoheson
,I6 cures Bloating, (Ieadaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Dobilty, fileeplesness, Doprea n and Indio
That feeling of 1;earing down, esiusing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by Its use.
It will at all times and under all circumsetances set in
harmony with the laws that govern the female symhan.
For tho cure of Kidney Complaints of either sea hi
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PINKIIAM. VEGETALE "N
POUND is prepared at 23 and = Western Avfte,
Lynn,Mass. Price$1. Six bottles for$5. Sent b aal
in the form of pills, also in the form of losenges,oz
receipt of price, St per box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for-pm.
let. Address as abov . Mention this Paper.
Nofamilly should beswthout LYDIAX E.N Aou
LpVER PIL . They cur constipation, bilion
and torpidity of the liver. 25 cents per box.
4r Sold by all Drugasee i
T rv T ltne, .2%any's'r' c0 "
fo tuLaytadrloo ekeso the eaib
Geneal Debinty, soe, oe ar 0 am
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expealdaalti#And a#ll W.aCti
sore hn 2 ro=Kdess Cmpaints aon ihesaei
Cotpn disease par A sn
PLNDimen pepae atdi ad 2o tr nA~u,~
sauthnofillon the ormc of tewee
No fail shousa wht Lyou hav
trie ld "yl ruang. "E
TRUTH I,~'NC ITE WORLDS
Dpalivere. sd on Tal, FREE. OFt wih AB01.
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Addess WoLanor EaNt uAse l,
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suchT at PenesrPtey a Ora
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MERCERions o . uffrrsittre 4
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Delireiala oTr aln FhEE Oes VAg~
S huttl Swing Machine Iso
LT o LInE TIE.uts Wnarranted he.
AGETS ANTD I Unccied Terwntoth.
Addres WILS . S ddress ofU~ et .
WANED FOR CogSH or
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