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lowed to tako temples into KuEsir without paying duty on them. An Imorii.nt HifTrrenrc. To make it ain nt U, th an-UU think 1L n. elv. H ill, i.,lt ar it afT,.,.,! w;lh ny ili.-w, !,tlt that the sj v-rn fdrridy 1. clear,-: rie, l.rdi.,' .m'rt Lome to tin.: Wru-, an'a . a-,.-;d,tif.n s .a-dy e'.r.-d b mil .vjrtij. -f Marfan tired t;rt.. Cnysitjzuip.ur, hotel an $ othr property 1b Fiorida, is o-.v.v.d t.y for ;:ru not.ain. I5Ja li i: in. Under th-.j,;, ! -.,!,. v,.,rJl5,:(.xin tflOW -Ole of -.,.,., . 1 J s r : . - i,.vi if i to eo. H,. ,,.., ,s..:. .. . lt, ..r - ,r,. ;it: tat,;.!, -j,. - ;.,'. Ttte fire lo-s of tho Uid!d Rtiti n1 "3nala !Qr th'j year In 01 vrris f 12-S.211.i00. T'iw.s Cure i;,a wervhrful Couh Tnr.jir-in-. Mr.. W. J 'if iT, Vh:i Siel. -i iiti l 111 Avi v, Jirooklvn. N Y., Get. - . l us -oridro r,risijfB nf MHana have d- Otlce. d want. every man arel woman in the I'nitM t-tft uut'-"'v1 r.. t.'.e 0;,ium and Whisky liHb.'t.T t. Lav ., .f my Iwikn on the dls-:-. AiS.tr...-. li: M. , .,:., -v. Atlanta, (ia., ox ink, n.h'1 m.r -i-fi! (ref.. Thk Imr rovoin.-nt in mercantile. circlc3 ia qujlo mark-rd. Farl "'over Hoof, the rrat Vent reirlfler, rm-f fr. -.. l -lrt;!-M t., ta- oin.-ie Win Kuil nrv fon-.t!i;it).ja. ri ct-s., t Us . jl. At.ram- supply o! r 1 Volar 13 ox- IilkU&Xt'l. Mra. in-low s S.h.i :.in.; Sjr-np for children tpthin. s-ftins th K'urn-, rf-d-i. e- intlainma Uwi, ;a.:n. . m- ;r, i -h . i U.ttl ''a'mfobsu m!he3 yhjlled ? 18,000,051 In If fnjrtr,J vrj'h -,rr ,.Tp, rr jfjp. "" Ky w:t-r.Ii. at L'Vi- r t.-jt tie CouSd RSot ?alk Ivhcumatism in Hips & Back Cycsight AfTictccI but Hood's Sar s a 3 a r i 1 1 a Cures All. " I xva.s tro.ii,;.. 1 wjth T-rriM in ,nv.a,.k lii. ! liij.-. My ;v-ir... I s that coul l s' ' for t 'to or IliTf" tlnys at a t i !,'. J 1 CM'nO s I .-on! I not walk 1 at times. Thn rhfurrrtis-i lia.I i FU"h a hohl on mo t pt Well. At lat I hfil-1 to ''. 'i try I loci's Sirsa- S iv,rii:,-! Th, nrst ? i.ott io iii-ipMi my ... i : t ... .. I I Mrs. Marina A. Jlurns w.-i ..,r!n. i m I,. was all p)ri'i my ta-'kwas a jr -at i--al lx ttt-r anl th pains ha-1 lft myliip-. I hav now takrn over t hottl-s an I I am a-s w.-ii ami as Tree From Rheumatism n i, I ha I f.- v.-r h-.m aHli'-t..'! with it. I t-hall matin;:. to uvt I lull's Harsaparill.i HoodrsS!is Cures for I h.-li. v I o'.v : lif. to its ns" Mrs. M. A. I'.fKN. V.: ( i irlnrr. Mi.. 1 1 nod'o I'i ! i t i nr. .ill I v . r til-. I. ill-ti-.tioss. jiiun .'. li t', in 1 -I i. i . . k hi' I ! t. a.'. i cllt.. (U 1 AAA -t.! o s itlav c' lh till V VV .... . f .n.i-r-. r.v.T tut.li,!'- A YEAR ! " ' -(T--r. 'trtf u.- aii.t '" .,-. -- !. a. ' If 1 VI 1 MADE A l .. t- h.r-. Jt.ii tf.'.r.i. -..nu V a V - i v SULLIVAN 4 CRICHTON'S anoSCHOOLOr SHONTHANO Tho Uat n.1 I'hf aiwiit H :.ns O lt :n Am'rir.. Four rrnmi-n Time oikirt. ,tHiu ria A1-!r HulltTun A 'richion, Pr?r M., Atlanta. Ha. TOBACCO SEE OS Uirv IS. ii ail farm ; .V rt! lit t.uh'-av . l-r--t t hi,,-, v'c -J f .ii tii a. ih? Vvrl.'. U. i'i: n f . .;r s s-' i i to iHMiP i'.i .k- mi- i.i ti:- il frca-. Iatjcv liuni l r .f n:. ; r .vnt v.;r.-.i t i' a:i an . p fnuaJ -n Hi'.r ifi'r 1 an,! i.m.r i rti-1 It 1,. Ii Mil. AMI i:LJK'(l.,Mwii Hai!fa0..Va WALTER BAKER & GO. , ,,- 1!;c !..irri.t Manufac turers of (XA PURE, HJCH CRADE COCOAS AiiO CHOCOLATES Oa Cii Coauotti; rcia HIGHEST AWARDS Industrial and Foca EXPOSITIONS fopeandAoiciica. tt . a ;-hT tnniriU cr Htm r anr ciirtM-. t i: . i un v T fat u4 oli;Si. c J ext. iu et m.1 m rt. SOLD 3Y GHOCtRS t tRVWHtKt. WALTER BAKER A CO. DORCHESTER. HASi 7f j SELLS READILY I 3 Atrnt. V:iulrd. s- r .Writer r If r!r s t .i recti !s- A. G SPALDING k I-KOS. S" N. V h cuRiS h-tfeti itit US' h;lS. la tirra Ka-id T CxicffiKs. ffWk CHILDREN'S COLUM5. AT THE TOP. Oh, tho apj 1 tn--s in tho orchard! Lilt'? wc! chuhby fac-! I s 1 h r-.r--.'ts aa 1 Ipf in, sir r-pin?, Ii two-n l";iv a-1 'Tinkle, at m! AnI on th Tip hr-c-7.f. .- I'm locia In vnin for the li'a':;titu to drop. -A f.lith-. t.auntin -..nj -rr.s to whip"r, 'Ih.-' L-at fruit i f juri i at th top :" O:.. th- tri.arl'-I mo'V-I tVjur. ujarJ ) t.-.rk' 'I h"y rr " :r.f hot in thir arm. Ar. '. '.iitwaM I ir on th- or-'har l, . -j Jh rivr. th- 'i;.anl. and far::., 'o. fazing far. far from hi- Sh-.o 1, That hiith-. i r-7.y m na-'a-r wiii -to I"am". fctati : T.,n hut l.y "ii.-fe I h J--t .'ru.t j-. fo-,n-! at th" to,'.:' HOV, cnirKKTS SING. Nono.lv woiil'lrUs?, the crickrt to t: n living insect ; anl. vet ho has two I'nirn c tho- most fftutiful win-,'. folded u-vay honeath tho brown wale, or wiU ru-.' s, ort his bark. Th.'so ho fcel.io.'ij um-s ; thoy v.rc giyeu to h'.m as a last' resourcf-, in chso of famine at any tint; in thti jihice wh c!i ho iuhal- its, whon ho woull fly to homo , ne'v aboilt-a With hkill ami dre thoho villus can bo unfol.b-,1 ; &ul then u v.tv curious mu-ioal instrument will found on tho upp r jair ui wines, con- Ki-tin of a eouni'a of small lii.- und two flat, ch ar plates besido tliem.- Wh( n a enekot wishes to 'Sin" ho bonds tho fout part of hisbodv down ward n littlo, raises tho wins without unftddincr thom and rubs the. littlo fib s (juicklv utrainst each other. The sound which ho makos in this wov is or- utly increased by -the. tw j phite-. v )iu'h act like the parchment of n drum, cauin;; the sound to b. eome louder and. to sread further. Animal Friend.-. MILITAT'.V Sn.NAI.I.IVi. During tho autumn tho armies of Kuropc have been marching and cui!i termarchinr, charin' and retreating, all over tho respective countries that they have been organized to defend, -experimenting with all sorts of new arms and enino, and applying new tests to tho old methods of warfare, lint perhaps the most interesting thin to the casual observers at these threat autumn mamouvres was the number of contrivances used for keeping open communication between various regi meut'a, army corps and divisions. In one part of France this fall ma lKcuvies coiisi.-ted of an attack by an entire army corps upon a large fortess. Tho defenders of tho fort had estab lished many redoubts and outposts on hill-tops and in farmhouses s nd in windmills. All these outposts were connected by telephone. The men of the signal corps strung the wire several days before the .attack was ex pected, so that, when -tho enemy ap peoared tho lookouts were enabled to converse with their superiors inside the fortress ju-t as if they had be.m onlv a few yards awav. The country all about the fort wns mapped out and divided into squares that were either numbered or lettered and the soldiers knew exactly, how tu aim the cannons and motars in the fort so that the shells would drop ii; certain place-. In actual warfare the pickets would telephone to the com- mandinir o'heer that a sipiadrou of cavalry was approaching behind a hiii to the north, or that several regiments of ir.fantrv were hiding in a bit of w oods to the south. Then the bi guns in the fort could bo trained on thowood-or on the depression behind the hillock, and shells could lu dropp'-d on the enemy's, advance guard even while he was out of sight, ant tho invading. force might thus be prevented frtm scuring an ..advanta geous position from winch to attack. Tne telephone system used by the French soldiers on this occasion was a campaign outfit that could easily l3 transported any distance. It was verv Minp'e, consisting merely of coils t)f copper wire, of pronged bamboo poles for ;ip! orts.and of 'mouth-pieces and ear-pit ce- to talk and hear through. A telephone hue like ihi. can be r.ip- id; h ni'.ib a wacorr can carrv tt;e i a a . 1 , fatnooo po.es a;o:ig ana a man with a e. il .,f wire on his bark ran sv th., line a fast as h: companions-can sticl the o!t s ir.to the ground. Harper' YoV.nc I't'-ot.e. A (ierin-Killin? Lemonade. It sa'd lemonade 'has b -en discov ered by M. tiirard. Chief of the Pan municipal Laboratory. to be a mibrol dcstrv.yer. The bacilli uf cholera and typhoid fever cannot ret:: the acids, especially tne jKiwerful citric acid of the- lemyn. One grain," lieciares M. ttirard. ui destroy all the microini in a puar o! Matt-r. This germ-de- iiestrovlt;g e mo nad C CjU Lh: Iv 1 upon if it is the red, sanguinary da.-.i sou.e people paint their in tenors, red with on r circus s, New OrIc--s I'icsvaae, The Panzer From 3Ia!c!ie. Ve -aronder how onr ancestors man aged to ;ret alon? at all before the in vention of taatches; they are so indis- penaablr hanJr that we keep them ia r every room of the house, the "men folk" carry them in their pockets, leave them hanging in thtir "other c!othc" in a dozen closets' in all por tions of tho house; we hve a handful renting within rer.eh while we sleep; thev are drooped here and there aa w j at. i attempt to hanJIe them ; if it is light. J and we readily qq them, they are picked tip, otherwise they are left t:ll a more convenient season which generally dor- not come, simply be .cause they are forgttten, bein "only a match" wo can p.enty more for a cent, and time is too valuable to be wasted over so insisrni leant a trifle. The mora! is obvious; familiarity has bred contempt, and in the use of these danrerons little convenience we have become tvitremely careless. It i time to turn over a new leaf. Ktep matches in but a few places in the houMJ or the office. Let tho.-e few be ilreproof receptacle?, in 'which the matches could burn to ashes without endangering anythiucr;. Kemember that combus-tioa cannot go on without a supply of air, and for that reason. as well as. to prevent accidental peat- terin.z, the :ntch boxes should always be ketjt coverc I. G joi Housekeep in.cr. A Xolahlo Polar Bear. The large pjl.'tr bear "whie'i for twenty-three wears hid. lived in tho menagerie of the Zoological Society, Loudon, died recently after a fort night's illness. 'Ti:e bear w.-is pre sented to the society by JI. L. Smtt'i, who broii'jht it home from an Arctic voyage in 1S71. Frank I'.ucklaud then described it as "about tho size of a Newfoundland .log, hut more short and stumpy, with-a splendid shaggy coat of long, vello a- liatr. '' In its !orr lif() at the gardens, in der tlio t-amo careful manageuient ly v.nieh another specimen ot tho same specie.; was kert for thirty-six years m the monagerie, it grew to a rarely epi ile-d, cv.m by the largest polar bears killed in tho Arctic regions, and its weight was esti mated at three-iptarters of a ton, though during its illness it refused Scientific American. 7 J . In ActiTO l'rac'ice at Ninety-rig.it. Or. Westbrook Farrier, of lliddobird, Me., is said to bo a physician iu active practice, though ninety-eight years old, and, still more remarkable, to be in tho habit of visiting his patients repulartv on a bicvcle. He attributes his exce)tional vigor at this advanced age to the use of wintergreen tea., of which he is said to be an ardent a-U Vocate. Chicago Times. A BRIGHT STAR. A SKETCH F THE MAN W IIO I. EH MAKV ANDERSON TO FAME. Also rinyrtl Er'nlinc Holr Willi I.ootb. Ilnrrctt and Thome. ( Fr-iiii l'i .'. f.niiis i"!,rniii( ;, ) One of the most f.mspieuous li cures in tho Sta'elan t of A ra rif i to-lay is John W. Nor ton. Horn in the seventh wanl of !ev Yor! City forty-s x years a ; . the frien is of hi? youth were Thorn is W. Kerne an 1 Frank Chanfrau. Wo tm 1 Keen'e a star at tho ao of 2, an.l Norton in the l'.ower of early man hoo l the iei lin man fur K hvia i)oth at the faM.oiis Wint'r fiarien Theatre. He was 'tar re. I with 1nvrou1 P. irr- tt early in the 70s, and alternate-, the lea. lint; roles with Charles Tb.orne it the Variety Theatro iu New Orleans. Early ia the tVntonni il year, ia Ljui-vilie, Norton met our Mary Anderson, then a fair yoangirl who aspired fo instate tame, took hor under hi truelan -o and, as everv!oly kno.v-. le.l her to fame. Mr. Norton i now the proprietor, of the Ciran l Opera lions. in Sr. " Louis, tho l)u Quesv.e Theatre. riUsleiru'. an 1 oil' of tho stockholders iu the American bxtravaginza ('Tipanv. ' One aft rnn.-in oirlv in Juh" ho hobh!M Into hi X, w York O fn on I',ro ii w iv an 1 r.eoun'ere.l his hu-im sn' man-'wr. (ioork'o Mt'il;mu. who ha 5 also l.een a rh'-umal ie suf ferer !of iw years. Norton wa- siirpris.! that MeMami- ha-1 .ii-. .r ;e I his can1. Who rur1 you' Hm ns'he l. "I etire.l tnvs'-lf." r" 1'iiel MeMaims, "Aiih ir. William' Pink 1'i.N.", I wa- eno'ira -" hy Mr. M Mar. us' cur . ant rs a last rort trie,! th- Pmic pji: riiv- ser. siM .ai r. .orion to a '.r-.n.-e re- port'T. "You hava- known rr. ur !lv- vears .... . .... .. ... .. . ....- ..t.4. t. aati,'. iir in the k'usm.T of I wax rn :nv bi .'k at the Muilanphy Hospital., in this city, four wrfks. I was put on the oi.i ft"m of .mt w;:h a view to eleariiic th ..- ai-iu ou 5 ropa-ri- in rry ('! that rae-'ieal th crista say is the eau-a- " J :i y rh.-umat :t:. I o-ft the IKwp ia! u-'-'m -trori ;er. t ut th fir-t vhirrp we.Tt b'-r hroult with It those f-xcra- e .atim: j-ains iu th- ie- and tiaek. It was the saai o! t troub A ;r Mttins lown for a stretch of 'Iv- t inula-. th j t ns sorfffrtl rry ip into a knot wh"n I arose, and I hohbU-i as pa'nhj'.Iy a-, eva r. Aff-r f had taken rr.y first x of Pink Th! s :t stry.-rk ni'' that th j aic- w r- Ut' trout S-sot". I tri-d ar.other t ex. at: ! I 't.-iu alm-t ua-eot:s-: ejiy to h :vt- !;oth in lis- P.r.k i I in.pr jvavt so rapi i y t tiht I eoul-1 rw a'tT stttiL at my .;.sh tcr u hosir an i t.: twitifs of rh'-urr. -:tra that a--'V-rpirol n.v ris're w-r.- o mil ! that I s-ar- ty ncti.-M thru... Purirl th :w- w-ks w- 1?., ha 1 rr. rst'h r.i: r. v we-iT-er s I r... ' " - v- '---. i k j thf damf ne- i-.. ui ha i itv--dh:--: r -..: I ,u '- ' " rn-u-naiis-n. wsi,-:ul i ft ri t 5f 1 ra-.larajf test oJ h I rr; a v a 1 sa v rrat f?.--.-V O' P.Uia pjj I'm. I'd s 'have ,i-t"-i a a t ont " ;r v ve-rr..i t. wr.i h I th.-u'.-.t x wet: esc. - s'rov-t V ti e t. s ir. : -tii : e-n- vi-vM i 'rextsit I ce.n-ut-..! pet :lve eirs." Tni -attonis re-efpta at tte tifratxrti o! CLid last year amounted to $lO,000,iD. : The rea-dfrs of this paper will b rleaei to itxt there is at it&sl ose dreaced dlscai iLtt scierre Laa ten able to e-r aii iu aed tiat is eatArrb- Eali's Catirrb Cure ts the er.lv paosiuve cere ticw knows tc the tnecicaj frateraitr. C.:a-rrh beinr ccs- ? ?r-a-aa-. 1 -ai . . Mr...lu i tt . l, . . . trtAteeu Hali'a Catarrh Caret takes ir.- rrjuir. fcettts diispctij upon the blood xzA tiuee-u. arrr cf ti.e ytenv theretr ce- trvyi th fyuclatica ct tie di&a ed iT.ir.ui u inent ttreevta Ly VziiCn: zp tte ccr-t;t::o-.ia LtjtiiL izZ'ZTe iz. coir tu work. The t roptietora Lave tntich taiiti ta !t.curtiT ioweratL.t tb-y oSrr Jtum Hz&. arro iH.LaA.ra ror asr ca--e ilAl It rar Ui vr. tx-d It r liii ct teumotaaIs- Aiir- Y. J. Cut-MT & Co- TcLedi. fl -V f peakEOg from her Experience, After vcars of practical use and a trial of many brands ot baking poxv der (some of which she recommended before becoming acquainted with the. great qualities of the Royal), Marion Harland -finds the Roval Baking Powder to be greatly superior to all similar "prepara tions, and states that she uses it exclusively, and deems it an act of justice and a pleasure to recommend it unqualifiedly to American Housewives. The testimony of this gifted authority upon Household Economy coincides with that of millions of housekeepers, many of whom speak from knowledge obtained from a continuous use of Royal Baking Powder for a third of a century. ROYAL 1VISE WOUDS. Application brings success. Meddlers are alwaysnnoying. It oft saves woe to pay as you go. Ml judges are not what they eeem. innocence rareiyseexs concealment Lvery misery missed is a new mercy, Old age ehould never be ridiculed. Those can conquer who think tb.ej can. "War is premeditated murder by Na tions. ' Art is the sublimation of the artb ucial. Truth to be effective needs.no orna- mrnt- What breaks one heart makes au otuer. Expect the best, but get ready for thi worst. A woman's brain doesn't empty Into her heart. . -Man, if you wilPaeli out, don't sell for a song. An impulse should, be kept on ico for a time. Repeated effort is generally Anally rewarded. Don't trust a man who is to realy to trust you. The early bird ii bagged by the early hunter. The truest wisdom is a rcsoluto de termination. Shoot folly flying, sitting, standing or swimming. Ingratitude is, unfortunately penal olTen.se. Violent argument is never for coul reason. Advertisements are tho It business walks on. - Credit has led many a man into financial per.lition. A man is the most critical with fit 9 woman ho best likes. Truth dawns, but should never be permitted to become dusk. Comfort Affected by Color ot Clothing. The color of one's clothing has con siderable to do witnS.his comfort iu summer or winter. "VVhen exposed to ,tho sunlight white, it is said, receives 1()0 degrees Fahrenheit, pale straw color 102, dark yellow 140,1 light greeu 153, dark green ICS, Turkey red 1G5, blue 198 and black 208. Assuming that this table is correct, the person who dresses in light colors during the trimmer has about double the protec tion from tho heat that the man or woman in black has. Horn eopathij Envov. Lee's Prepared Agricultural Lime... Trill- '-uperh-r c rop prrow-r and land improver having Wen in c for the last tert 1 - 'fars. and v-rere.uriced ry the. ties: fjirnior 'ual. and ia nie ra. Put arlor to the tan4ari Fertth7r -n iho marker, and col-1 at at.ui ha'.t what thevrt 59 still on th- market and oflered f f-irnifrs for crow in. -Cot ton. Com. lMn;it.Ti...',. a an Kna.oi mcxaoie. i r vr.h it is adm.rablv Adapte '.. Kverr tn contain4 a ooo pour..ia of rial en I th3t i-; i.r.ficiftt to tbf -r.ir ar,.'. th LO UJP9S filif-rs. gFm$tr.d for ctrt!f.cate of faraTs who :3v n. Address: and Calcined Ptterfor t!e. A. S. LEE & SON, Richmond, Va. Complete Fertilizers for potatoes, fruity and all vegetables require (to fecure the largest yield and best quality) At Least IO Actual Potash. Results of experiments prove this conclusively. How and why. is ,to!d in our pamphlets. Th'y ate- ser.t fxee. . It w.U cc-i-t you r.ev.:ru ?- r-ad rrr. ar.-! tVer te o r.F.EMAN' For Twenty .Yeare Scott's. Emulsion has hftn endorseJ hy p&y.sicians of xhr avli,Ie we.rld. TV-re is no sccrtt about its " ingredients. PhiCl3Is trt-6cribe ' A. SCotts Emulsion - j . bc-cau.se they know what rreat nounshisr and curative- prop erties it contains. They know it is what ii is represented to be- ; namely, a perfect emulsion of the test Norway Cod liver Oil with the ' hypopboepbites of libe mi fgxia. For Conzbs, Ccldi, Sera Trrcat, Ercbiti, ea Lizz, Cczsi ties, Scrcfu'k, Ansnia, Weak Bbi-r, Tnb Children. Hicketr, Har- Lo2 of Hesb, General Debility, and all cni.t:cns of Wasth-. The onlv genuine Sevtt's Exaukion is r ut in v Z color! zvrj?rtr. Ileitis inferior hultitutes ! Scott &. Bowne, H. Y. ' All Druggists- 50 cents . BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. CommKulsm In LanJ Abandoned. Two years ago a large colony of WalJenses from the Italian Alps set; j tied in Burke County, NorthCarolina, on property which has been held iu common. The colon v has now aoan- tlmed corportlte charter and tho amis be held ;n t-everalty. iins is the only Waidtnsmn colony in tho South. It has undergone many priva tions because of ignorance of farming, but the people of the State have been liberal in their aid ami the colonists are now above immediate want. Tho division of lands, it is said, wijl put them in better shape. Washington Star. ' ' The mime Munich is derived from 1 tho fact that, the monks owned tho property ou Avhich thj towu now ittaud.j. ON Till: ROAD to !tcv)Ty, the youn wotuan who js tak ie.c Doctor Pit tec's Favorite T:e sc t 1 1 t i on. In m.ndenliood. wo manhood, wife hood and r.ioth-1 ct hood the " Pre set ;p; ion i a sup;ottii;p U-r.ic f0 m U U a n 1 n r r v ! : 1 iifrvi'ir U tint s p.cna.i: iy adapted to n r tirtih, iepr.latir.vr, trcnvrtlu ninu! and cut- I inir lli- ili't.lIU'Ctll! tOJ l of 111? -ex of the -ex. YVhv is it Fn nntiy women owe their beauty to Dr. Pierce's Pavotito Piesc: c-tion 7 Iterance nervous prostration, and slet nlesMicss. tho i " Prescription." -Teach.--. the oripin of the - lTO,.v and corrects it it disp, is ache-, nrfd pin-, corrects diplaci ments and cutr catarrhal inflammation of thr linii'C mem branes, falling of the womb ulceration. 11 icgulaiities atid kindred maladies. 44 FALLING OF WOMB." Mrs. Frank Cam FiKi.n. of Kint Die it -i- son, J-'ta nklin Co., V. J.. writes : " I deem it( .mv duty to express my deep, heart-felt trrati- 50 tnde to vou for having . been the means, under Providence, of restor ing me to health, for I have been by spells un -' able to walk. My troubles were of the womb inflamm Cory and bearing down sen- . : , 1 . 1. ,3 . . . all said, they could not H' cure me. Twelve bottles of Dr Mrs amfielo. Pierce's wonderful l-ao:ite PxcscTiptscn has eared me. " KALI WORKS Ni ?ff!. New York b-antr of tiem ;:ul faee ladlate fami th? I ' . CS- "T-i-vw K i" r, not a common center health. The te- t bodily Oe"'.V O ' sV'S-i. Tf' x" "' conaition results from po! loi fresh or r 'S'r A7 ; -"v---fjty.v; nfm. o:id exercise coupled with the judicious u c ' . " - 7'' ',-"' '' . u match . of the -rxcsciiption " . 'f7;:-, -5V--' - ---V . , If there be headache, pain in the hack, I 4 I'r-'' ' " - ?gs tiiat bilitv. or if there be m rvnus distuibance. I -'-:. -.' Ik ts; The Greatest flcdical Discoery ot the Age. KENNEDY'S' Medical Discovery,- DONALD KENNEDY, OF RGX8URY, MASS,, II a disecvorod fn . r. of o :r SV pasture we.-.!-, a r '.re.lv i! at kind ef Uu:i;or. tTi--. w--: down-t a n j '." h He t. as trie S :. m r " oa- '-s, a: 1 h-.th t!iun.!-r huci-n. 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