What Your Great Grandmother D!d. She hetcheled the flax and carded the wool, and wove the linen, and spun the tow, and made the clothes tor her husband and ten children. She made butter and cheese, she dipped tallow candles, to light the house at night and she cooked all the f ood for her household by an open flre-place and brick oven. Yes; and whcn she was forty years of age, she was already an old lady whose best days were over. Her shoulders were bent anü ner joints enlarged by hard work, and she wore spectacles and a cap. Her great grancldauehter, with all the modern conveniences for comfort, refinement and luxury, may be as charming and attractive at forty-five as at twenty. Especially is this true if she preserves her Health and beauty by the use of Dr Pierce's Favorite Perscription, whichwards off all female ailments and irregularities, cures them if they already exist, keeps the life current healthful and vigorous, and enables the woman of middle age to retain the freshnessof girlhood upon brow and cheek, the light of youth in her eyes, and its elasticity in her step. bold by all druggists.