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'EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II . MONDAY, OCT. 29, 190G
Honolulu 1 li 'hi
. -H.CTIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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.Vlt I H FARRINOTON Editor
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hi 'ii m .I'liind rliiRK matter
.n In Advance,
t i. ii j Uullttin.
i. lywnere ir U I .75
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O HOCKUS, Dujlnojs Manager
. UL'LLKTIN 1'UUI.ISIIINO COW
Y. LIMITED, being drat duly
rn. on oith deposes and says:
he following la a truo and cor-
itemetit of circulation for Ilia
' ending Oct. 2Cth. 1906. of the
i ' .nd Weekly Editions of tho
u a c- i ' vi-nlng Bulletin.
" . tu.-day, Oct. 20 2648
vaiday, Oct. 22 2419
'l letday, Oct. 23 2363
vedncday, Oct. 24 2481
Thuriday, Oct. 25 2394
Iday, Oct-26 2408
cage dally circulation 2452
i -illation of Weekly Bulletin
Ticday, Oct. 23d, 1906 2488
er of vteekllei delivered on
the laland of Hawaii alone. .. .1096
T-hlned guaranteed average
i iv iMini.iSHi.va co., ltd
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' ilneM Manager
' . i in-ii mid rn to hi,
foro mc this 27th day of
SI l.l October, A. I) 180C.
P. II nUIt.N'ETTE.
n Public First Judle! Circuit.
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'i OCT. L'H. HUH.
. Ir Federation!! Is anxious
r.-d. licckley to help mix things?
. It Is still tip to it. II. Trent whether
v n believes In common honesty or the
What hac tho business men ever
-italned In the u? of civic advance-
.tit Irom ncpubllcan op'pononlsY"
. to Aala Park tonight and hear
linl doctrlno that spells progress
i 'lawall and common sense for ttj
' 'cry If Hrochons should form nn
t nte with Carter would It carry
. i It Jack Atkinson's place or Car-
il.ice or both?
' ' bo New York World says that In-
it en Ion by no means commits the
1 i cd States to annexation. Hawaii
, nds that motion.
legato Kuhlo tells his people to
,im.- straight. He knows where their
,' i crest lies and has not failed
tli - vet in his advice.
it i vor- Interesting that a denial
.i i h deemed necessary to tho
i- t hat the Advertiser prepar-
. .- lldito IiuUea's speech. The
i i ' by no means convincing.
' an has the real thing on Us
1 a..,.ji now that tho San Francisco
( i"-ol problem' Is up for Bolutlon. Ro
ll ,i! o allow further emigration of
Ju;"mese will not bring the San Fran
cisco public to terms.
Tl-,0 Advertiser says It, II. Trent
would not mako use of barroom Ian
u.n,e. No, IndeeJ, All he said was
t mi t 'to Advertiser published an nbso
in' tlschood and therefore lied. It
lb run common role of tho town's com
M 'htn cannot make the men
f 1 i - ' p-pert at stake believe
Jti i ' should bo elected as a protest
Ji i .i t possible annexation of Cuba
til- .an hardly expect to mislead the
i.i.i' und file of tho voters on Hut
Ti ' '; low about tho groggerlei
'! in '..o banners of laukoa were dis
pli.. ed and Harvey's saloon ownership
i)iiuught Into tho limelight The oppo
sition to Drown and the Republican
-.I. I'et has bused Its whole campaign
on misrepresentation, and steadily
,. ens as its follies are exposed,
I- c les of CotiDty government havo
-i .ringed their purpose. And tho
J. i:"Ie to defeat tho straight Ilcpub
lllcnn tlcke' Is an evldenco of it. They
faro aiming to create a chaos which
may ho presented as an urgumout
M'Ealiifct Hawuir capacity for nelf.gov
'invteni. They have done It more
t Hi once. Thoy will do It again.
-i t-'ranclsco inn solve tho Japau-
i n'amhlp problem satisfactorily
ill II ntlto a lesion from lluwull.
' to sptak ho '''nullah laiigiiugo
die test hero by which scholars urn
' ilvlded It Is fair to till concerned
I Jupuneti) shnulil not bo ullowcsj In in
Jlunl the ntlvHiirti nf ililldruii wlm
Nivuk Uullli. niul it ihmiHinlilv reus
puuble ilUIluii inllows
I KUHIO AND THE FEDERATION
I Delegate Ktihlo made n telling point
In hla Pearl City speech when he drew
the attention of his hearers to the re",
lord of the Civic Federation leader mi
i tho franchise question
I This franchise question 1b nut now
I a direct Issue Gut It becomes a fac
tor when tho"e who were nnd hnio
! been most enthusiastic In their effort
' to restrict the franchise, nnd prevc-it
I 'ho adoption of American forms of gov
ernment In this Torrliorj, nro now th
leaders In (ho effort tn wreck the Ho-
1 Ktihlo Is right In recalling the
I thought of the voters ;o the record of
I men who have consistently supported
(every step made cither here or In
i Washington to discredit our vutinn
Iropulatlon nnd to prevent a partlclia-
tlon ot the people In tho ndmlnlstrn
Ion of their affairs.
There is no good reason why thli
ilrcle of opponent to Amerlcunlsin
I should ncVw be Inspired by nny differ
ent motives than on the occasions
when they have told tho malnlanders
or the errors made In granting this
Territory American privileges.
The franchise Is not an Immediate
Issue, but the men who have spent
creator Part of their time trying to
I -es'rlct It are tho leaders of tho stru?
Ele to wreck the Republican pnrty.
They now say they aro prompted by
tho highest civic motives.
That Is what they said when they
tried to malntnln the oligarchical
method of conducting the government
of tho Territory.
That was what they said when they
lathered tho effort to kill tho County
law passed by the Hepubllcan Legln-
I la tu re.
I That was what they said when they
tried a year und a half ago to wreck
the Hepubllcan party.
That Is what they lmvo said on ev
ery occasion, and on every occasion
hey have been found on tho side
which Is constantly doing Its utmost to
destroy confidence In our voting popu
lation nnd take power and authority
nwny from the people Instead of giv
I Men arc known by their vvorks. Tho
I working of an organization tells tho
. nt'ir- of tho Ideas Its leaders would
i' carried out In public ndmlnlstia
Icti. The Civic Federation, for Instance,
has n membership which It will not
Tho political nominating business of
the Civic Federation Is done by a com
mit ee of four. No general meeting
of tho members has been hold. It has
ti-cnV clear caso of these men assum
ing authority to speak for blhcis,
meeting In a back room and mnltlnj
up tho slate worse than Tammany
That Is the sample presented by this
HERTSCHE... .General Manager
IT ,. .
Matlock Avenue $36.00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalilo Street 50.00
McCully Street 25.00
Emma Street 12.50
eretanla Street 40.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
King Street 35.00
Nuuanu Street . , 50.00
Prospect Street 50.00
Merchant St (offices) 15.00
Young Street 50.00
Lots at Kalmuki for cash or In
exchange for sugar stocks,
I Hon!) Waloihouso Trust Co.. LU
Ai: j- STOCK 0
Corner Fort tint Merchant Sts
aggregation that makes n hue and cry
against tho so-called Hepubllcan ma
chine. It Is the snme old gang. The same
old hypocrite cry. Delegate Kuhto
knows It nnd naturally on his first ap
pearance on the stump ho struck
straight at the heart of things.
They can't mislead him, though they
may pull the wool oei the eyas of the
The ambition of those conducting
the IVderatlon campaign Is to get con
trol nnd eliminate the people. They
have merely made Inuken one of tho
loolo In this Instance and ho has been
weak enough to become the agent,
riiey will throw him overboard.
They arc aiming to destroy the au
thority of the people nnd should th
opportunity offer to strike nt the Coun
ty law which provides for the election
!af locol officers, they will he found
first on tho list of those working up
The people lime n right to look upon
anything with which those schemers
are associated as dangerous to tho in
Icicstn of populnr American govern
tnent In these Islands, Tho men who
fought tho County law- to tho last
ditch, tho men who have consistently
misrepresented the voting population
when on the mainland and asked for
Its support when here, arc not the
ones to change their purpose at tills
date and ally themselves with anyone
whom they believe will strengthen
They do not now favor government
of, by and for the people, and they
They would be glad to see a Legis
lature, a Hoard of Supervisors and a
County Sheriff In office that would be
so thoroughly Incompetent and vaccll
latlng that It would be possible for
them to raise a cry against County
government and In favor of govern
ment by Commission or for tho Colo
nial scheme which Is dormant In the
minds of those who proposed It, but
Ktihlo Is right. Tho voting popula
tion of these Islands has never re
ceived one progresslvn measure at the
hands of tho gang now aiming to over
throw loyalty In the ranks of the Ite-
Tho men associated with the move
ment of the Civic Federation commu
tes have been In tho forefront of tho
mlnori-y, which has tried to restrict
the Iranchlso, which has characterized
the voting population as corrupt and
Incapable, which has fought every pro-
gr:sslvo American step proposed for
Docs anyone bellovn that this sup
port of lankea and other candidate!!
outside tho straight Hepubllcan ticket
Is for any other purpose than to get a
.'uothold from which they mny begin
nnew their work of tearing down
Americanism In Hawaii,
HOW TO BE
Look Into the future.
Be prepared for coming
events, A fire Insurance
policy will protect you
against loss of home and
belongings from fire.
We Issue policies.
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Our Stocks of
are now In good shape for
the usual heavy Fall buy
ing, QUALITY A8 WELL AS PRICE
Our Lines of
PILLOW CASES, 8PREADS
Woollen or Cotton,
CANNOT BE BEATENI
Stock up now, while the
Is all In your favor.
Korean of Walercure
Fame On Trial
The case of the Teirltory s. V. Man
Voting, charged with tmMiiilt wltli In
tent to commit murder, was comtnenrtu
this morning before Judge. Lindsay nnt'
considerable time wu9 taken up In gel
ting a Jury, Attorney l.lglutuot, who
with Samuel Noar represents the de
tense, usked each Jiuor If he Ind read
the account of the case which wns pub
lished In the morning paper, evident!)
showing a bctlef tint the arliclo men
tloned was prejudiced.
i.-, nn; uiiiiwiiik liio Jury to Ink
their recess fur Iiiik.Ii Judge l.lmlany
gue them the tmiul strl t liistriietlouj
that they should not tall; the nutter
over with anyone and itlui that they
should not, during tho trial, read any
account of the trial which would iipptar
In nny of tho uewsrapers upon motion
of Deputy Attorney flcm-ral Flumlnc.
who Is prosecuting, naslstcd by John W
Cat heart, .Mrs. Ummclittli the wltucs
un the stand, was Instructed not to tnlli
the caso over with the attorneys fni
the defense while Rlie wni on the stand
Tills called forth a decided objection
on tho part of Mr. Llghtfoot, which war
overruled by Jiulce Lindsay.
.Mrs. i:mmeluth was tn first nnd
only witness during the morning ses
sion nnd was questioned by tho prose
cution as to the relations between ths
defendant and Choy L'l. rhay, of wnom
he Is said to be Jeulotix, und whom the
prosecution believes was the mail I
whom Young sought to shoot when lie I
fired ut Chung Sung Huck, She stnie.l
that there had been uo ipLitrcl between
them down town as far as sho kne-.v
but that when they nunc back to hci
house, where sha had Invited Cliay to
conic for something l eat, theiu wero
i.otne words between them, tlui,t.'(li i-lio
did not think the uti.irrcl was sorlom
and could not tell nun Ii about It .is they
talked In their own language, willed
sho did not understand,
ricnilnu asked whdlier she had had
intimate rclatlcns with the defendant,
which called foith another protest from
tho defense whlah was overruled, Judgs
Lindsay, however, warned the witness
that alio need not answer any itupstloii
Incriminating herself ttiiless of her own
Fleming asked the ttcitinu again nnd
after n lo-ig ;iaiue Mrs. I'nitneliith io
dised to answer Flenilug asked ttieu
what her grounds for refusing to an
swer were, which as objected tn tint
also overruled. He put .the iiietliiu
euro mure nnd the witness hesitated
tcvcral minutes und the eo.irt ad
journed for lunch, leaving the aitmvcr
to come In the'nfternouu session.
Y. Man Young Is the Korean who tolt
bilch n weird story u few weeks ago
about being given the water cure at the.
hands of Assistant Sheriff Ylda und
when the case wus investigated by tlu
Board of Supervisors wus unable tu
back up his statements. Vlda and
Officer Joe Leal, who was also rhaigej
with being mixed up In the walercure
matter, will both be witnesses ugulnit
Y, Man Young.
Tho following Jurymen are sitting In
tho case: Sol I). Kokl, W. 0. Ham
hart, C. J. Ludwlgseu, W. K. Wnliniun,
S. W. Spencer. J. I). Cockett. J. W. M.K
Donnld, 11. I. lleardmore, T. W. Chair-.
((! Hncnccr, II. M. Hodgeru, C. Jl
When the lourt resumed pension nfter
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
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Come early before they are all gone.
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What is Renola?
The most delicious lee cream that was ever made. It has a founda
tion of the richest, purest Jersey Cream, whipped to a llghtneos that puts
a feather to shame. The recipe for this delicacy was evolved In the brain of
a famous New York chef and we hold the exclusive right to manufacture
It In this Territory. Until you havo sampled RENOLA you cannot tell the
perfection reached In Ice cream maklnrj.
We mould RENOLA in bricks varying In size from one to four quarts
and In any desired flavor to order,
ONE QUART . . . ?K
TWO QUARTS .. Sl.:i."i
FOUR QUARTS SU.IO
Special Rates on Larger Quantities
We mould RENOLA brleks varylnrj In cite from one up and deliver It
at your door for dinner, Orders by telephone promptly attended to,
TELEPHONE MAIN 230.
Lodginghouse Holds Too
Many Voters To Suit
Tin 'ferritin lul (Irnud Jury i-oin-nicnced
this laoiulng on iilleged frauds
In tho loslstratlon for tho coming elec
tion which were bioughl to Its ucllco
thiallgh S. F Chllliiigworlh, the chair
man of the Hoard of Registration. A
number of local politicians were relied
ti take the aland and furnlnh c-ldoni-t
;u to what they knew of tho wiv In
which polities were being (onductel,
Chief Clerk IliuU.ind was tho Hist
witness called but lie stayed In the
Jury room fur only ti few minute. High
Sheriff Henry came next nnd H. I Clill
Ikiguurth was walling IiIh turn to un
fold the fraudii which are ttuxpf led.
It Is tindcisloiid that tliu fran.l.i nis
Jiecled and which are being looked Into
the present Investigation nrn In eon
Mixtion with tho boaidlug limine and
i.alnon of II Kleimne, located ut i'iicui
ond Itlchards sirer H There aru In Hie
vicinity of forty voteri giving this
Plato as their adier.s nnd It Is j.ild that
many of thr.n have no resldtnro there
Tim line3tlBatlnn Is being conducted
by the (Irand Jury under the direction
and with the assistance of Deputy At
torney CcmT.il rrotser. Altosethr
there nrn about n doien or more wit
nesres who havo been miiniiinticd nnu
nro walling around the t!iron rimm,
where tho (Inind Jury Is locate! .Most
of these nto natives and nro wotklnij
for tho various parties us "runner". '
Tlie first Issue of the llluck nnd
(lold. the now- High School paper, I"
lull of promle nnd Is nn exeeedlngfly
creditable publication, both ho far ns
Its Kintentu nnd its artistic appear uru
ronrcrncd. The staff of tho paper U
Ilan So.ires, editor In chief: nsslft
tint cdltor.it Samuel White, Norah
Dee, Athletics; Florence I)e?ky, I inula
Hurt. Alumnae; luhel Carter, I'rlsrllla
Sullivan, Lxchange: MurgucrlteCrelgli
ton, Chniift l.oy, Notej. Staff unlets.
Jwnlinl Itlplcy. John l.o Sam Wight,
business manager; Dan King, asaUlnr.l
n, H. Weather Durosu,
Temjierntiires fi n, in., 71; S n. m.
7R; 10 ii. in.. So; noon, 80; iniiinln;
Ilarumcter, 8 a. ut., 110.0J; alifolutf
humidity, 8 u. in., i,.IOili; grains pel
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m.
do per cent; dew point, S u, in,, 6".,
Wind B ix. in., velocity 10, direction
C; 8 ii. in., velocity 7, direction N, JS.j
1(1 ii. in., velocity III, direction N. 13.,
Boon, velo-lty II', direction N. I3.
Ituinfiill ilurlng 1 honri ended S n
tn., .(rj Inch
T.lnl wind movement during 2t
hours ended at noun, lit", mile,
VM. B. HTOCKMAN,
Section nircotor. United States
3B- BULLETIN ADO. PAY
the noon recess tho attorneys for tho
ilefento objected to tho qne.it Ion I.I-.1
usked u:i technical giounds nud wc-ie
tuntalned by the. rouit. Tho piofeiii
tluu then usked a series of tiucniion
which brought out tlie'followlnu; f.lets
That Mrs. ICmmelulli hud gouo with the
iiefendant nnd Choy Ilk Cliay in the
Ltoieof n Clilnnmuu, wbero tho two n.id
iuaricletl verbally. They had then
gono to Y. Man Young's house, where
more trouble of the sum-) kind oc
curred. From tills place they nt to
Mrs. Kmmeliith'H residence, w'in.u they
went up stuirs, lucking the duo.- after
them, und there the t-ilk became i.u
warm Unit tho two came to hluwi. blio
denied that V, Man Young Ind thre.it
i ned to kill his rival, She alr.ii denied
being Intlnutlii with Choy IM( Ch.iy.
Ah tho tfjiill of uu object lin made
by the defense. Judge l.lnd.i.iy, In -jer-i
tiling tho objection, did bo on the
ground Unit the witness was evidently
hostile, to the prosecution an i ili.it for
this reason the attorneys for tin pi)
ecutlon lould usk tiuestloui 'wltldi
would otheiulse not be allowed on ue
(ouut of their leading char.utiT.
WHO SHE WAS
SKETCH OF TIIELIFOILLYDIA E. PINKHAM
And a True Story of Hdwth? Vegetable Compound
Had Its Birth and How the Panic of '73" Caused
it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores.
This remarltaWo woman, tfhoe
maiden name wus Kites, wus born In
Lynn, Muu Februury uth, 1810, com
lug fnmi a puml old Quaker family.
For some ears she taught hchoul, nud
became know 11 us u nouiun ot uu alert
and Investigating mind, nn curliest
Seeker lifter know ledge, llllil tiliow
nil, iiosseised of u wonderfully hyinpa
Ill 1813 Mm married Inane l'lnklitiin.
B builder and real estuto operator, utni
their early married Ufu was marked by
priisiierlty unit happiness. Thoy had
four children, tlircu sons und a
In those pooil old fastiloneil ilay It
wus eummoii fur mothers to mako
their own hornet medicines fnmi riHits
und herbs, nature's nwn reineilles
i-ulllnir in n pliysicluii only In specially
urgent eases. Ily tradition mid ex
lierlenee many of them gullied u won
derful know ledfro of the vurutlvo prop
erties ot the Mirlous routs und herbs.
Mrs. l'inkhum took n (,'ieat lntereht
111 the study of roots und herbs, their
characteristics and power over disease.
Shu maintained that just as nature so
bountifully provides ill the harvest
ileitis unit orchurds vegetable foods of
all kinds; so, it wo but tuku the pulns
tu Und tliiu. In the roots tind herbs
of thu Held thero uro remedies ex-
iressly ilestueil to euro the vnrlous
lis ttiul weaknesses ot the body, unit
It was her pleusuru tosearcll thesuout,
anil prepare simple and eirecthe medi
cines for her own family mid friends.
Chief of these wns a rare combina
tion of the choicest medicinal roots
mid herbs found best ndiinti-d for tho
cure of tho Ills and weaknesses pecu
liar to the fctnulohc.x, mid Lydl.i 13. 1'inlc
ham's friends nnd neighliurs learned
that her compound relieved and cured
and It became quite populur nmonp;
All tills o far wnSilono freely, with
out uiuney und without price, as u
lubor of love.
Hut In 1873 tho flnnnclnlcrtstsstmck
Lynn. Its length und severity wero too
niucli for thu lar(,'e real estatb Interests
of the Mnkhaui family, nt thlsehiss
of business mi'Terrii most from
fearful depression, Mi'when tho Centen
nial year dawned It found their prop
erty swept nwny. Some other source
of income hud to be found.
At this point Lyilln 13. I'inlthnm's
Vegetable Coin pound w nb iiiudu Known
to thu world.
Tho three sons and tho daughter.
With their mother, combined forces to
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rOOt OT Mji time lovtri ttr .inu knwi
not n.lonl lu Uo" without CAhHo'lliifV MUM W IUIH. 'a ' ,. w , ut",, )Z
ln'icr from uny tool, aive II a trial. " " "nvv
oeo, n, i.a mqnt .qoii'AnrNT
HOOM-I, WAIIY IIM)0,
restore the family fortune. They
argued thut the medicine which wus
so good for their woman friends und
neighbor wns equally tfood for the
women of the whole world.
The rinkhnms hud no money, and
little credit. Their first luboratury
was the kitchen, wlieiu roots und
herbs were steeped on the stove,
irrudiially filling a gross of bottles.
Then came thu question of selling'
It, for ulwtiys before they hod given
It nwny freely. They hired a Job
printer to run off some pamphlets
butting forth thu merits of the medi
cine, now culled Lydla 1-3. l'inkbuin'.s
Vegetable Compound, und these were
distributed by tho l'inkhuin sons In
Huston, New "York, nnd llrooklyii.
Thu wonderful curative properties of
the medicine were, to u grent extent,
sclf-mlvvrtlsluir, for whoever used It
recommended It to otjicis, und the de
mand gradually Increased.
In 1877, by combined elforts the fam
ily iiiul saved enough money to com
mence lleuspilpernilverllslngnnd from
thut time the growth nud success of
tlie enterprise were assured, until to
duy Lydla 1-1. I'liikliuiu nnd her Vege
table Compound have become house,
hold words everywhere, und liiuny
tons of roots und herbs are used unuii
uliy In IU uiniiiifucture.
Lyilln 13, l'inkhmu herself did not
live to M-e the great suecess of this
work. She passed to herivvvard years
ago, but nut till she huil provided
melius for continuing her work us
effectively as she could have douu It
During her long and eventful expe
rleuci) she wus ever mcthodlcul in her
w ork mid she w us ul w ui E cu refill to pre
serve it rccoii! of every ease that cume to
her utteiitlon. The cuse of every slelt
woman who applied to her for udvicc
und there were thousands received
careful study, und tlie details, Includ
ing symptoms, treatment und results
were recorded for future reference, und
to-iluy the.su records, together with
hundreds of thousands made since, uro
available to Mule women the world
over, mid represent a vast collabora
tion of Information regarding the
treatment of woman's Ills, which for
authenticity und ueeuruey can hardly
be eqiuilcd 111 uuy library In the
Willi Lydla 13, Vlnlcham worked her
dangliter-ln -law. the iiresent Mrs.
l'inkhuin. She wnscarefully Instiueted
In all her hatd-vvon knowledge, and
for years she assisted her In hr vast
To her hands naturally fell the
direction of tho work w hen its arlglna
lor passed nvvuy. For nearly twenty,
live years i.he has continued It, and
nothing in the work shows when the
tlrst Lydla 13. l'hikhnm dropped her
pen, nnd the present Mrs. l'inkhuin,
now- tlie mother of a lurge family, took
It up. With women assistants, some in
capable us herself, the present Mrs.
riiilihuiu continues this gi cut vvork.mii!
probably from the otllce of no other
person have so many women been ad
vised liovv to regiiln'heultli. Sick wo
men, tills advice Is "Yours for Health"
freely given If you only write to uslc
Such Istho history of Lyilln 13. Plnlc
hum's Vegetablu Compound ; inudo
from simple roots anil herbs-, tho one
greut niedlelnu for women's ailments,
mid the fitting monument to the noble
vvomuu whosu nutue 11 bears.
PIIE0CNT OF A GOOD J
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