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I MORMON HONE IS SOLS).
M RESIDENCE ONCE OCCUPIED BY
ifl DKIOirAM YOUNO.
H Dwelling at Nauvoo, 111., Built tn
H 1B30, Is Transferred for $400
H Birthplace of Polygamous Doc-
H trlnes Well Preserved.
H ClilcaRO. In tlic wnkc of a report
H iliut olllcliils of tin .Mormon church
H tire disposing of u largo part of tin;
H property owned by tliu sect In .Suit
H Uil;o City, Ululi, comon (lie Intcdll-
H feme that the old brick dwelling at
H Niiiivoo, III., which Hrlgiwni Votni:;
H juee called borne and wlilth for over
H ilvo yours lint hoi ed ill ice of his faor-
H Ue wives, has passed from the Irinds
H 5f the family that hnn owned It slnro
1 lliu Mormons wete elrlvn out of Ilnn-
M cock 'county.
H j Capt. Joseph Uelchtmann, an old
H river man, recently bought the old rev
M tdenco of the founder of tho Mormon
M chinch from a former Clilcngoau, Dr.
H J. W. Parker, now a resident of Peoria,
H MOIIMON Tl:.Mi'l,i: AT NAIVOO. II.K
H III., for MOO. Dr. Parker, who at one
H .tlmo occupied tno chair of lecturing
H physician In n Chicago medical col-
H ilego, lived In It when a boy with IiIh
m iparenta and hns been its owner for
H over n quarter of a century. I to ln-
H liorltod tho property from his father.
H Cnpt. Itclchtinnnn will add a story to
H tho building und ho nnd his family
H will mnlco It their homo In tho future.
M To tho eyes of thu casual observer It
H suggesta little out of the commonplace,
H .yol It Htands to-day a well-preserved
H landmark to tho blrlhjdaco of doc-
M trlncs that havo aroused much bitter
H conlllrt. It was there that polygamy,
H under tho doctrinal clonk of Mormon-
H Ism, was first practiced In UiIb coun-
1 try. Around tho unlmposlng 1 Btruc-
M furo l.i entwined a web of romance. In
H Us atmosphcro are centered n Hood of
H momorlcs of tho stirring times and ox-
H citing periods when treason, mob vlo-
M Icnco and varied lawlessness ran tho
j gamut In Nauvoo and Hancock coun
ty before the Moimous wcro finally
forced to seek a foothold In other
Within its three walls Hilghnm
Yotmg'H Ihreo attractive wives, oblivi
ous to the condemnation of Christian
people and the outside world, pro
fessed their faith In Mormon Ism,
lived and called one man husband.
The structure was built by the g
' gieit.-dvo louder of the latter day saints
.in 18:'.!). when the loheslve loyal fol
lowers of the doctrine fathered by
,locph Fmlth were drleli iul ol
northeast Mlfsourl, mios the bonier
, Into llllnnl. by the enraged Inh ih
UiintH of l hit part of the former slate,
i Thonch It Ii'ih passed tlirou;li Ihn
I turbulent times whlih have had ih'jli
oiitbuiHt" of war and tint. It has stood
I unscathed, and Is to-day practically aii
I unhurt cradle of embryonic Mornion
Ihiii. Situated on an eminence at Kimball
nnd nrangc streets In the historic !
tie village of Nauvoo, the biilliUm
I commands a beautiful and unobstruct
ed view of the I'uthor of Waters, as It
sweeps In n graceful and picturesque,
bend around the town. Looking at
the fascinating plctute nature lia-s
wrought from one of Its window., one
tan teadlly understand how this place
could bo tho birthplace of lnspltntlon
and amazed that the piomulgatlon ol
vicious creeds could havo a thought In
such a view.
With the exception of having on
room added and n hair-story being
built on, tho old edifice Is tho same
now as when llrlgham Young entered
It. Mice neatly nil homes of tho lattei
t'ay saints In Nauvoo nt that time, tb
houso was built of brick and stood or,
an aero of ground. 'I he substantia,
manner in which It was constructei.
would not suggest that tho exionent oi
polygamy anticipated then that tho
"faithful" ones, adherents of tho now
religious Invention of the brain oi
Joseph Smith, would bo forced froti
Nauvoo and Hancock county nt th
points of guns.
The houso originally consisted of sl
rooms, two halls and a largo cellar.
Three of tho rooms served ns Individ
ual bed chambers for his three wives
Tho others woro used for sitting room
dining room nnd kitchen, Tho main
hall was used for reception purposes.
On tho exterior tbero Is little to show
that tho houso has been standing for a
period of nearly 70 yeni-3.
Many Interesting talcs nro still told
by old residents of Nauvoo of occur
rences that, took placo In tho old
homestead during llrlghnm Young's
Wiicii tho ..lormons woro driven
from Hancock county In 1810, tho
snug llttlo homo where tho Mormon
"apo9tlo" and his wives lived was forsaken.
H Tiger Shooting in India
H gangers Faced by Sportsmen Who
M Hunt Man-Entcis Sagacity
B of the Elephants.
H t New York. Men who havo shot
H (the "big cats of tho Indian Jungle," all
1 emphasize, tho difference between an
H "ordinary tiger" nnd n "mnn-eator."
M Ono varies from tho other ns much ns
1 a domestic pussy from a wildcat. Tho
H man-cater, when it catches sight of n
H hunter Is at onco all aflame with tho
H passion to dovour him. It has tasted
M human flesh and knows lt:i swectnesj. '
H When thu Urltlshcr In Indan gees
H tiger hunting, therefore, ho looks first
1 of nil to his own saf ty. Having
B learned that a tiger rarely looks up-
KB ward, ho scoks n position nt somo ills-
pij tauce from tho ground, ns, for In-
HHJ stance, tho howdah of nti elephant, or
HHJ a machnn, or leaf-covered box, perched
pij In a
pij Tho tlficr usually keeps Its eyes
J en tho ground because It finds Its
pij f.roy there and Its enemies nlso. Tho
natural Inhabitants of tho trees, tho
fHJ birds nnd tho monUeyx. It holds In con-
pij tempt. Hut on tho ground, besides
pij tho Bwcet-flfshcd man, Uvim tho water
pij buffalo ,lts most formldnblo foe. In
pij combat tho buffnlo most tlmoi kills
PHJ tho tiger.
pij Tho peculiar sagacity of tho clc-
pil pliant is of great na-latance to tho
pij limn who liuittH tigers from tho how-
pij ilah. At tho approach of tho big cnt
pij the -ncliyderm trumpets nn alarm, nnd
J If jroporly trained, It will snatch Its
mnutor with Its trunk, should ho bo on
pij tho ground, and lift him Into tho how-
J dab on Its back. It then seeks the
Mindow of somo tree nnd stands per
fectly still, ns If knowing thnt In this
way It will steady tho hunter's aim.
When ono shoots from tho machan,
or treo ambush, ho usually picks a
placo whero tho beast is wont to re
treat when alarmed. With n compan-
TUiEIt SllUOTJNO KItOM A HON DAI1,
Ion he hides himself In his nest. In
; his hand ho holds a magazine rlllf
j loaded and cocked, while In his bol
I ho cnrrles a halt dozen pistols for In
stant uso should tho gun fnll him
1 Then ho sends out n score or more o.
natives ns beaters to drlvo tho beas'
toward him. Knclrcllng tho region
tho beaters begin to rap on tho troet
.nd to shout, nnd thepo noises, bccnttsi
I of their strangeness .frighten tho ani
TO MAKE GRAFT INQUIRY
B President C.issatt Will Piohe Chnrgcs
pil Against Pennsylvania Itogd Lon
pij Connected with System.
pij Philadelphia. Alexander J Cassatt,
pij president of tho Pennsylvania railroad,
pil who on his arrival homo from Kuropo
pil recontly, at onco Issuoil a statement
M regarding conditions of his toad and
H promised a thorough Investigation of
M the chargos recontly made. Mr. Cas-
1 eatt hus been In tho sorvlec of tho
1 corporation for nearly half n century,
M and for n uumbor of years has been
M tho guiding spirit. Ho was born In
H Pittsburg In 18.19, was educated In
1 1'Yance and Ccrmnny, nnd In 1859 was
H graduated from Itcnssolnor Institute at
H Troy, N, Y, In 1SC1 ho ontored the
Vfl employ of tho I'cnnHylvttnla as a rod-
H man, and roso successively through
H tho grades of superintendent of motive
H jiower, general utipsrlntondent, general
H waua'sr 'bird v!co piesldent and first
vice president until ho beenmo the
head of the rajlroad system ombr.iclni;
many thousands of mites.
Tho Careful Motorist.
A Now York automobllo driver was
nrrcstod recently whllo driving slowly
through n village und fined five dol
lars. I! domanded why ho hod been
so treated, ns ho had not violated any
fjecd ordlnnnce, but could get no sat
isfaction. Later n court ofllcor ex
pill nod tho wholo matter by saying:
"Wo held a meeting last night and do
tided that this speeding must stop.
This man was the first to como along
slow enough for us to catch, so wo
A beautiful green shado of gold
which Is often used In making flno
Jewelry Is the result of an nlloy con
sisting of five pnits of silver nud li
parts of pure gold,
I TORTURED WITH GRAVEL.
Since Using Doan's Kidney fills
Not a Stone Hns Formed,
Capt. S, L. Cruto, Adjt. Watts Camp
U. C. V., Uoanoke, Vn says: "I nuf
fcrcd a long. Ions
tlmo with my back,
nnd felt draggy
nnd listless and
nil tho tlmo. I lost
from my usual
weight, 225, to 170.
' Urinary passages
wero too frequent
and I had to gel
up often at night
I had headachcj
nnd dizzy Bpelli
- dr-r -j- also, but my worel
suffering was from renal colic. Aftci
I began using Doan's Kidney Pills 1
passed it gravel stono ns big ns a bean
Slnco then I have never hnd an attack
of gravel, and havo picked up to mj
former health nnd weight. I am n well
man, nnd givo Doan's Kidney Pills
credit for It."
Sold by nil dealers. '0 cents a box.
Foster-MIIburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
An RRsociatlon has been formed for
tho purpose of supplying, under certain
conditions, spectacles to children In
London elementary schools.
Tho education committee of tho Lon
don county council has been ravtslng
tho 'ist ot prtzo books given to pupils.
Among tho books struck out ns "not
quite rultnbb for children to read" nro
,"Vcnlty Fair," ".Dombcy nnd Son,"
"Pcndtnnls" and "Groat Expecta
tions." Tho recent convention of learned
men at Berlin has advised tho govern
ment to establish two kinds of lycc
ums for glrlo, ono of eight years, cor
responding to a high school In this
country, and another with a supple
mentary coutse of four years, prepara
tory to tho university.
Joseph C. Qravour has been school
master In tho Tombs prison, Now York
city, lor soven years. His pupils nro
tho young men and boys awaiting trial
for various offenses. Mr. Graveur hat
exerted an Influence for good upon
thousands ot boys. There Is not sucr
another school In tho world. Tht
schoolmaster lets tho boys ask hlit
whatever they want to know. There ty
no do: form of study. Ono questloi
lendd to another, nud tho Tombs schoo
takes more tho form of n general In
formation bureau than anything else.
TWICE TOLD TALES.
In an English court, recently, t
man was fined JC2 for contempt o
court. Ho offered a note In pay
ment, but was told by tho clerk thai
ho had no change. "Oh, keep tin
change," wns tho roply; "I'll tnko It
out In contempt."
A Frenchwoman waB complaining
to her husband that ho was too much
of n bookworm, that ho retired toe
often to his study, leaving her to
spend many evenings alone. "I
wish," sho ended, plaintively, "that
I wcro a book. Then I might always
have your company." "In that ense,
my dear," tho Krcnchmnn answered,
"I'd wish you woro on almnnac.
Then I could chango you onco n
BItlOHT BITS BY THE WITS.
Will & Must hold a mortgage on,
Tho busybody butts In without any
Its or buts.
Charity begins at homo, but If It
Is tho real brand It soon outgrows Its
It Is hard to work much coufldonco
tn n man who wears n ring on his
A man's knowledge cannot bo
Judged by tho fool things ho says
when In love.
Tho golden calf will always bo wor
shiped, though It wear tho tall of a
moukey or tho cars of an ass.
Anxious Father But do you foci
sure that you can muko my daughter
Cnir.i Youth I havon't thought
nbout that. Hut I have finally de
cided thnt sho enn niako mo happy
Cured a 20 Years' Trouble Without
A wiso Indiana physician cured 2C
years' stomach dlseaso without anj
modlclno ns his patient tells:
"I had stomach troublo foi 20 years
tried allopathic medicines, patenl
mcdlclnc3 and all tho simple romedlct
suggested by my friends, but grow
worao nil the time.
"Finally a doctor who Is tho ntost
prominent physician In this part of
tho state told mo modlclno would do
mo no good, only Irritating my stom
ach and making It worso-that I must
look to diet and quit drinking coffee.
"I cried out In nlarm, 'Quit drink
ing coffee!' why, 'What will I drink?'
"'Try Postum,' said tho doctor, I
drink It and you will lllco It when It
Is mndo according to directions, with
cream, for It Is delicious nnd hns none
of tho bad effects cofi'co has.'
"Well, thnt was two years ago, nnd
I am still drinking Postum. My stom
ach Is right ngnln nnd I know doctor
hit the nnll on tho head when ho do
elded coffeo was tho catiso of nil my
trouble. I only wish I hnd quit II
years ago nud drank Postum In Its
place." Namo given by Postum Co.
Ilnttlo Creek, Mich.
Novor too Into to mend. Ten day
trial of Postum In plnco of coffer
works wonders. There's a reason.
Look In pkg-A for tho famout; lit.
tie book, "Tho 'Road to Wellvllle."
TWO VILLAGE GIRLS DON" MALE ATTIRE '
AND START OUT TO SEE THE WORLD
Pair of Roxbury, Pa., Maids Find Life as Men
Is Not All Pleasure, and Are Glad to Re
sume Feathers and Ribbons.
Pittsburg. Clara Greece and Mnry
Owens, of ltoxbury, Somerset county,
took p llttlo Journey Into tho world
recently. They hnd a good tlmo, but
hey ore contented to go back to tho
somnolent village of ltoxbury. They
are both romantic, and when they de
cided to make tho plunge to Keek' a
fortune, It was to bo as men. Ono
night, In tho Owens girl's room, they
porfot rned a tonsorlal act for each oth
er which relieved them of their flow
ing tresses. Then they borrowed a
suit ol clothes each from the slumber
ing brothers of Miss Owens, and hit
tho pike for Conway.
They remained u week In Conway.
They had carefully hoarded their
money lor weeks to make this plunge,
but r.ionoy docs not last forever. Kven
In Coiiway It costs something to eat
THEY WEIti: PLACED IN THE
and pay room rent, and near tho end
of tho week they saw bankruptcy
loomlug up ahead. They decided to ap
ply for a Job, and went to tho Conway
machlnu shops and woro told they
could go to work In tho morning as
laboro.-H nt 1.25 per day, more money
than pnyboly In ltoxbury had ovor
earned excout tho postmaster, and ho
mado JG00 n year by handling tho mall
nnd acting as borough and county ns
sessor nnd register and sitting on a
jury every onco In nwhllo at Ebens
burg, 'the county sent.
But when informed that they would
have to report for duty at five n. in.
every day nnc. work until live p. m.,
tho tun all went out of It. Tltoy de
eded to look for something olso. Their
HOLY MOSES, ELEPHANT,
AVERTS A TRAIN WRECK
Limited Going Fifty Miles nn Hour
Thunders By When Animal
Pushes Wagon from Track.
St. Louis. Tho strength of Holy
Moses was all thnt saved tho Alton
limited from being wrecked nt tho
Chicago & Alton grado crossing In Al
ton tho other clay. Holy Moses Is an
elephant, and In rownrd for pushing
a collapsed animal wagon from Its
position on tho tracks he was given
all tho peanuts ho wanted to cat.
When It wns seen thnt tho horses
were powerless to tnko tho heavy
wagon off the track, Abdnllah, keeper
of Holy Moses, was told to bring tho
As Abdullah drovo the elephant
leisurely toward the wrecked wagon
a man ran up with nn oxclted cry:
"Tho llmltod Is coming; you'll havo
to move that wngon quick!" In tho
dlstnnco n long drawn whistle an
nounced tho advent of tho train speed
ing 50 miles nn hour.
Kneeling, Holy Motcs placed his
enormous head against tho rear of tho I
wagon. Tho thunder of tho coming
train grew more distinct. Mosos
braced himself, bent his big head
igaln to tho task, tugged, strained,
groaned, and, with n final supremo
'(Tort, stnrtod tho wagon. Agnln ho
vas goaded, and, with the roar of tho
locomotive so close that It seemed
next appeal lor employment was at a
lumber mill, und they were hired to
drlvo n team at two dollars a day, nine
hour3 to constitute a day. Tho llrst
hour disqualified them. Neither girl
had ever handled lines before, and they
were not husky enough to lift board?,
nnd did not know how to balance c
plunk oor tho rear wheel In unload
ing. Lack of experience won then,
their discharge with only n half days
wagm In their trousers pockets.
Conway Is not a very largo placo
It Is decidedly bigger than ltoxbury
but It was not up to what the glrty
had looked forward to In tho grcaj
world outside their homo town. That
night they oawled Into a freight car
headed toward Pittsburg, and arrived
hero early tho next morning.
They had ono elollnr each when they
roach0, this city, nnd wont over to tin
North sldo to put up until fortuu
cumo their way. Tho dollar lasted two
days. Then they wcro broke nnd bun
gry. They wandered nbout tho Nortt
sldo nil dny, asking for work nt a num
ber of places and being turned clown
It Is not much fun sleeping out these
nlghU, nnd they had to do something,
so that evening they mado application
nt tho station for shelter. They wore
plnced In tho tramp ward.
An hour or two later u special of
ficer happened to look In nt them
Ills suspicions wcro aroused at some
thing, nnd he whispered softly nnd re
ported to tho chief of police that lit
thought thoy had hotter bo placed Id
tho mulron'f department than tin
tramp's ward. Tho chief nt onco called
tho young women beforo him, nnd nftet
some questioning they broke clown ana
between sob3 admitted their escap
ade. Work was sent to Albert E. Owens,
Tather of the Owens girl, nt ltoxbury
and ho arrived at Allegheny. H
brought with him raiment moro suit
nblo for tho young women, who wcm
belmj cared for by tho matron. Wheu
ho saw them In tho matron's ward
dress id In men's clothing, he laughed
nnd bcld: "Serves you both right
Mebbo you'll hnvo more senso aftci
He took them homo with him.
Tho Owens girl was wearing a ne
derby hat. Her father had on
rusty brown. Ho threw it aside nnc!
put on the new ono his daughter had
discarded for ono with feathers and
ribbons on It.
"Why, Mary," said tho Orceco girl
"that hat looks better on your pai
than It docs on you." Thoy woro both
glad to go homo, but thoy Insist the
had a good tlmo nnd do not regrot
their llttlo plungo Into tho great world
which lies oulsldo of ltoxbury.
Impossible to avoid a wreck, moved
tho wagon slowly forward.
Rounding a curve, a whltcfaced en
gineer leaned from tho cab of his fly
ing engine whllo the wblstlo shrieked.
Holy Moies, exerting every ounce ot
his Immenso strength, pushed the
IlUi.j MUSKS, KXKKTIXCi HIS
Krui.Ni I'll I i SUM) THE WAOON
i U,AU O THE TUACMC.
wagon clear of tho track and him
Fclf lumbered off Just beforo tho train
Riot At Bier of Beau.
Girls Fight Over Privilege of Deposit
ing Floral Tributes nt Head
of Man's Casket.
Merlden, Conn. At tho funeral of
Mathow Hare, u beau of Danbury, rov
eral young womon taught savagely In
tho room whero tho body lay roacly for
tho funeral. Each of tho girls claimed
tho right to havo her floral offoring
placed at tho hoad of tho casket, and
us a result tho llowors woro destroyed,
hair was pulled and faces scratched
until neighbors Interfered and stopped
Annie Arthur started tho trouole.
When sho reached tho Hare homo to
pay her last rospects sho found an
other girl tboro, who had placed a
bouquet at the bead of tho bier. Miss
Arthur threw tho offending flowers on
tho lloor nnd stumped on thorn. ThU
uroiiked tho other girl, who retaliated
In a Blmllar fashion, nud then thoy re.
sorted to calling numes und pulling
Whllo they woro fighting, threo iucr!
glrlB, each of whom thought sho wan
tho particular ono to bo nwardod the
post of honor, entered tho room, and
tho flghtlni; becamo general. It has
developed thnt Huro paid attention to
thorn all, nud that none of tho girls
kuew that thoro wat nnyouo nlso being
His Good Point.
"Cheerful fellow, Hoggs, Isn't hoT"
"Ho never borrows troublo."
"Nope. Ho makes an cxcoptlon ol
that." Cleveland Lead' r.
WIFEY'S LITTLE HINT.
Cbntle Lesson, But tlw Probabilities
Art It Cured Hubby of Stay
ing Out Late,
It came about this way. The man,
lthough a good fellow nnd well liked,
managed to evado tho women until
he was steered against a widow, who
won him hands down In three months.
For a long tlm'e ho wns one of the
model men of the city, and all tho
young married women held him up
as a Ladlos' Home Journal sample ot
manhood, but later he begun staying
out after ten o'clock and finally bo-
came so bold and hardened to fem
inine scoldings nnd pleadings that ho
had been known to barely get homo
In time for breakfast.
Tho other morning at three o'clock
he turned tho corner leading to his
home and was surprised to see a light
In the window. Thinking that his
wlfo might be sick, or that somethlni;
else equally as terrible might havo
happened, he quickened his stop and
burst Into tho door to tlnd his wito
sitting In tho parlor dressed In black.
"What's tho matter, dear?" he mur
mured, all out of breath,
"Oh, nothing," was the calm reply
"I'm Just mourning for my late hus
Of Marshal Flalil III. an amuslns
tory was lecently told at Lakowjod.
Tho boy, according to tho story, ap
proached an old lady In a I.akcwood
hotel and said to her:
"Can you crack nuts?"
"No, m (" jar, I can't," tho old lady
.cpllcd. "I lost all my teeth years
"Then," snld tho llttlo boy, extend
ing two hniids full of walnuts, "ploaso A
hold thepo while I go nnd got soma
more." Denver TlmeJ.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
u mercurr will urelr dotro tlia lenie of imetl
Ind completely derange ttie whulo ititetn when
muring It through ttio mucoui mrucoi. Siicb
article ihould never bo med oxcrpt on proscrip
tion! from rcputalilo phvitctam, ai tbo damage tbcj
m do la ten (old to tlio giiod yon can puMlbljr de
rive from them. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure, manufactured
f K. J. Cheney & Co.. Tuledo, O., cuutalna no tner
tury, and la talccn Internally, acting directly upoo
the blood and uiucuut aurfacea ot the ayitem. la
buying Itall't Catarrh Cure be aure you get thi
teaulne. It It taken Internally and made In Toledo,
Ohio, by F.. I Cheney & Co. Tcatlmonlalt free.
Bold by DruKttUM. l'rlco."3c. per bottle.
Take Ilall'a family l'llla for conillpatlon.
"Women Want Much.
Skollor Of course, tho generic
term "man" Includes tho women
Maryat Not always.
Skollcr Ol yes. You see
Maryat 'Nonsonsol For Instanco,
the sentence, "Man wants but little
here below," would bo ridiculous in
that case. Washington Star.
Important to Mothers.
Examine) carefully orery bottle of CASTOIHA,
i lafo and euro remedy for lufanti and children,
and aeo that It
In Uso For Over 30 Ycara.
Tho Kind You lluvo Alwa; Donght. "
Some men would bo happy If they
possessed tho ability to do others as
others do them. Chicago Dally News
Mm. VflnelniT'n Roothlnt; Hymn.
For children teethlnir, aoftena thonurai, reducea In
flammation, alUva pain, curea wind cullu. 2Jc a bottle.
Many a man's experience In a buck
et shop has caused him to turn pale.
Don't bo tho under dog just to get
"IT SAVED MY LIFE"
"RAISE FOR A FAMOUS MEDICINE
lira. Wlllndsen Tolls How Sho Tried Lydla
E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound Just
Mrs. T. O. Wlllndsen, of Manning;,
town, writes to Mrs. Hnlchnm:
Dear Mrs. I'lnkbam :
" I can truly say that you havo wved my
llfo, and I cannot express my gratltudo to
you in words.
"Iloforo I wroto to you, telling ymi bow I
Jult. I bad doctored for over tw o years Mendy
ind htioiit lots of money on medicines lioMdiii,
jut It nil fulled to bolp me. My monthly k.
lods hnd ceased nnd I sulTcred much puin,
lth filiating siwlU, hondnt'ho, tmckacho niui
K-nrliig-dovMi pains, unci I wns f,o vu'iik I
miM liiimiy Keep nrotiiiii. As n lout noit
di-cMiil to vt rlto you nnd try Lydla 13. Pink
nam's Vegctnblu Compound, nnd I nm so
Imnlifnl thnt I did, fur after following your
list ructions, which you sent mo frco of nil
:lmrge, I liocnmo regular nnd In peifeit
ucnlth, Had It not been for you I would ho
',ii my grave to-duy.
" I sincerely trust thnt this letter may loud
svery MtllVrfiig wotnnn In tbo countiy to
ivrllo you for help as I did,"
When women nro troubled with Ir
regular or painful periods, weakness,
dUplncemeutor ulceration of mi arp;nn, 4$
that bearing-down feollng-, Inflnmiiiu 1
Hon, backache, flatulence, general de
bility, Indigestion or nervous prostra
tion, thoy should remember ihero is
one tried and truo remedy, Lydla R,
removes such troubles.
No other fenmlo medicine Intho world
hits received such widespread anil un.
qualified endorsement. IlefuseallEub.
KorSSyenrsMrs TlnUlinm. tbiughtcr.
In-law of jydlit 10. 1'lnltlium, litis under
her "direction, and since her decease,
been advlslnir elclt women frco of
charge. Address, Lyun, Mass