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November 27, 1896

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HYSTERICS. WOMEN SHOULD UNDERSTANDTHI8 NERVOUS DERANGEMENT, A Sympt6m of Something Far More Serlo ous--Mrs. Barria, of Beaver Springsb Reo latea Her Experience. The spasm at top of wind-pipe, or in bronchial tubes, the "ball rising it_ the throat, " violent beating of the heart; ]aughinff and crying by turns; mus, eular spasms; throw- ins the arms about, fJ~-.~ ere, tc. of a derangement of ~~.~--~ the en,ale s s- / f/7/(R " h tern. ' / complaint =.y prod ee hy - terics, which / ~- ~ ~m m st be re- / garded as a 5 .~, symptom \ only. Tl,e/ I I\ ever it / / / V to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. It acts a~once upon the organ affected, and the nerve centers; re- moves the cause, and dispels effectually the symptoms. Mrs. Barris relates her experience :for the benefit of othcrs. "I had been sick with ulceration o2 the womb, causing all kinds of dis- agreeable experiences, such as irrita- CLAW-FINGERED COLONY. It Exists in Cattarau~ns Valley, 2~, --Y. Yeculiar Orowth Iu Cattaraugus valley, N. Y., there is a whole eohmy of people who have ('laws on both fingers aud toes. All are descendants of a mall na]ned I{obbhls. Tile peculiarity was iuheritell, as they l)eoaule nlore ])rout)un(-ed ill each ~lle- eeeding generation. A peculiar thing about this slrange heritage is that it :,11 A CLAW-FINGEIIEI) IIAN1). IS inlpossible to toll w]lel'e or in what feral It will appear. Sonlctilnes it is iuherited fronl the fatller, SOUl(times from the lnother; solnetilnes it ailpears iu ,']!1 tile ehihl]'en of a family, and at others ill only one or two in a h/rge nlln|btH'. bill(y, sleeplecsness, faintness, and at Sometimes "t father and nlolher who t OUR OYSTER SUPPLY, Don't Tobacco Svlt and Smoke :Your In a Century ]~Iaryland Waters Have Yielded 400,000,000 Bushels. The waters o'f Maryland produce one-third of the total oyster SUl)ply of t!le world. It yiehls twice as nlauy of these hlseious bivalves :Is are grown in all foreign eomltries eolnbined. Dur- ing pr(,sent ('entnry it lnls lint on tile nl:trket 4i)0,()i/0,(j0t) bushels of the tooth- some nlollusks. These h.tve sold for tile euormous sam of $250,000,000. A1- nlost all of this eouutry is dependent for tile abund:lnce and cheapness of this edible on the salq)ly of tile Chess- )cake. l,'ront here also corse very nearly ,'Ill of the oysters used lor can- ning. In fact, tile OUtlmt of this indus- try of Malwland Is equal to one-sixth of all the fisheries of tile United States put log((her. The quantity of oyster shells lauded Ul)On tile shores of M.]rylnnd during the last eeutury has l)een reckoned as 12.600,000 tons. Until very lately tile eanniag firnls have had lnueh trouble in gettiug..rid of the shells, having to l)'ty, ill fact, for tile removal of all that they (~ouhl not give aw'ly. Recently, however, they have beeu able to sell thenl. They are now shipped to all l)arts of .the country and are utilized variously for roads, for lime, and era- ph)yed ill nlaklng coal gas. They ll,~ve ! been fouud to serve ahnost as welt as stone iu tile nlanut'aeture of special grades of iron for railway beds. Cul- tiv'ltors of oysters also employ them, having folmd that they afford suite- ble sllrfaee for yoHilger oysters to at- Life A'~'a y. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, regain lost manhood, be made well, strong, maguetiC, full of new Iife and vigor, take No-To-Bae, tile won- der-worker that nlakes weak men strong. Many gain ten iionlHls ill tell clays. Over 40(I,000 cured. Buy No-To-F, ac from your own druggist, who will guarantee a cure. Booklet and sumple free. Address Step. ling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York. I pity tile man who can travel from Dan to l{eershel)a, Jill(1 cry. his all barren--and so it is, aud so is all the world to him who will not cultivate tile ~rtlits it offer'.~. There is no excuse for ally lnau to ai)- pear in society wilh a grizzly beard since the introduction of But!kingla'lm's Dye, which colors uatural brown or black. Petlantry el~lnls onr Ilends with learn- ed hnbber, and takes Ollt our brains to in'tke room for it. Just try a 10e box of Cascarcts, the fin- est liver and bowel regulator ever made. Two botlles of l'iso's Curc fer Consmnp- tion cured me of a bad lung trouble.---Mrs. J. Niehols, Prin(.eton, lad., Mar. 2~i. '95 It is a--jo;;t-~;-ti,-h~: [i~; [)es~ we can of hunh'ln kind.--Wordsworth. Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. All that ice Call say as tu the inertia of Dubblns' Ek'c- trle Soap pales nito ~lothDlffnes.u l)efore tile st, ry :t w H tell you ttseO~ ot t~ ,)',~ n l)e~J'ectquallt~, If you will give n t~J~.e trial. Dou't tako ln~tatloiL Tiler( are lot~ of them. ]~I*S ~Vln~41OW'R SOOTHINIt SYllUP tOP Childre~ l~,ething : ~OltetlS tile guals, l'etltlee~i lnflaln:llatloa, allays Dain. care~ wind colic. '25 eelltS & bottle. Left Dostitutel Not of worldly goods, but ot all enrtl,ly coll~, fort, is the liner wretch tormented by me-: laria. Tim fell s(,oorge is, however, shor~ of Its thong in advance by ttostetter's Stem. aeh Bitters. its only sure preventive and remedy, l)yspepsla, blliollsness, constipa- tion, rhenmatlsut, neryotlsness add kidney t'Ol!1plaints are also alnong the bodily afflic- tions which this benefieellt inedielne over- comes with certainly. Use It systelnatieally. Our distinctions do not lie in the Dltwes which we oct'ally, lint in the grace and dignity with which we fill them. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic; cure guaranteed; 10, 25e. Fact is worth :l column of rhetoric. It ts a fqet established by Ole testimony of tllousands, that Itood'~ ',q~rsal)arilla doer cure scr.)fahL salt rheum, catarrh and other diseases and affections arising from impure state or low condition of th~ blood. It alsc overeome.~ that tired feel ing, creates a gold appe ite, gives strength to every part of the system. Get onl5 Mood's Sarsaparilla Tlte best--iu fact, the One True Blood Purifier Hood's Pills .,,r. U,e eas. t take. easy to operate, klS( taeh tllelnselves to They are like- 'wise used to sent(, extent as chicken food. They are very rood for hens, --X. ,ImperSon,~t/ons are nnlner0u,s, alld tt Is her .intention