THE WEDDING RING. Death lurks in every place in this " valt of tears. " There is no happiness, no joy, nO quently tbere is death in the embrace of love, and the first touch of baby-fingers is succeded by the chilly grasp of the grim destróyer. If wiyes and mothers would only resort to the right rernedy when they suffer from ■weakness and disease of tbe delicate and important ferainine organs that are baby's tbreshold to life, there would be fewer husbands bereft, and fewer homes saddened by an infant's loss. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes the feminine organs strong, healthy and vigorous. It fits for ■wifehood and motherhood. It banishes the maladies of the period of suspense, and makes baby's entry to the world easy and comparatively painless. An honest druggist will not try to induce a customer to Sake an inferior substitute for this great remedy, for the sake of extra profit. '■ Mrs. Seagle was a great sufferer frora a combination of fetnale discases, a fewyears ago. from ■which she has been entirely cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription," writes Geo. A-Seagie, Esq.,ofliox 130. Wythevilie, Va. "She is Ihoroughly convinced that there is no medicine on earth equal to the ' Favorite Prescription,' and she doesn't hesitate to say so. She has recommended it to her lady friends. and in all cases, where it has been given a fair trial, it has given entire satisfaction." In cases of constipation and torpid liver, bo remedy is equal to Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regúlate and invigorate the stomach, liver and bowels. They never fail. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxative and two a mild cathartic. They never gripe. An honest dealer will not urge a substitute pon you.