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WRECKED ON THE RAILWAY.I

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WRECKED ON THE RAILWAY. I OR THE CAUSE OF RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. Shorter hours for railwaymen mean safety for the travelling public. Disasters arise through not only long hours, but the heavy strain at holiday periods, when traffic is heaviest. A Mr. Edward Tins'ey, formerly engine-driver of the Midland Railway, puts it thus in the Manchester "Daily Dispatch" "A man has to be in the pink of con- dition to do any railway work safely." The speaker. now landlord of the Nelson Inn, Piokston- street, Harpurhey, Manchester, continued: "I've been at ail engine's throttle for 300 miles at a stretch, so I know what the strain is. But I held my own until four or five years ago, whi n I had three severe attacks of influenza in succession, and I should have felt the weakness for the rest of my life had I not been put on my feet by Dr. W illiams's pink pills for pale people. The first attack completely prostrated me. I was literally i An Overworked Driver. broken up. Black spots were before my eyes. I was left also with a palpitation of the heart, and my innbs were so stiff, especially about the ankles, that I couldn't put my boots on. In short, I felt a wreck. What influenza leaves in its train is worse than the disease itself. "I returned to work," he resumed, "after five weeks, but nothing was a pleasure. The following spring I had a return of the influenza, with similar effects, and afterwards a third attack. I was just able to work, but the strain was terrible. Sometimes I was taken to be drunk, I walked so queerly. "Doctors," he continued, "did everything in their power, but one day, after I had been ren- dered helpless a third time, I read in a paper about a man who had been cured by taking Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people. His was a similar case to mine, so I determined to try these pills. At the second box I noticed a distinct im- provement. I first noticed the weakness becoming less, and soon I ;vas gaining strength. The palpi- tation of the heart ceased, and my appetite im- proved. When six boxes were finished I was as strong and well as ever in my life." "And was there no return of the malady: "No. Last spring I had no symptoms of it, and I feel so well now that I confidently look forward to escape again this spring." Mr. Tinsley looked the picture of health; the robust health which Dr. Williams' pink pills give shews that those who use them are fortified against disease. The name of Dr. Williams on the package is a safeguard against substitutes, but the pills can be had by post if desired from Dr. ll 'medicine scompany, Holborn-viaduct, London i one box two and ninepence, six boxes thirteen and nine. As a tonic and a safeguard against in- fection: as a cure for anaemia, rheumatism, biliousness, kidney disorders, and all ills arising from impoverished blood and weakened nerves and spine, they can be recommended. They have cured rickets, scrofula, "decline," consumption, indigestion, palpitations, rheumatism, sciatica, St. Vitus' dance, paralysis, locomotor ataxy, neural- gia, and all disturbances of the nerves and male or female system.

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