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sneeaaUy earad, Sat M m emu
HfcfVrwiht4 e-tta ft srty ell ay
Bnt I Utah ft) Bfat&
aBUetad tU H. I hatw
aaar aalaltaMd I
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Bake ay whole tody.
tadlstfatBlag wan It I
could aaly wltt in
etfteVaValty min fcyeatf toata-t. Base
yaw year M I ton UUi D. HiW
Bear Cut. The trt BntUa fa ate mm
sari utihlm Inm e laklac IBs
third I aefea to teal nttaf aedleew
Diw4lbrMMMMtk4 that a-jodiea
IN to toUT tta car k aariaatat.
De. IW BtaUaa are mM ay all drat
(Ma adsr a aoalu (aaraatoa, Seat buttle
Bad aarra awi f-aa to ail aaalVaata.
li ill tits tf Iti vall
Good Wlae has faea retarded itino-
toll he lor la roralalaf aad preerrlsf
irooa aaeiia. ua yoa ie tun to
Eit the bail? The Em-El Family
h-aor House, 170 Third aviaae.
has raised a stsadlar la thlseota
aitr M betas; the oaly wholesale
aoiMBtTiac a icgai right to ratal!
their wlaee aaf whiikleo la asy
ouaetlty lo tail yoar Beads. Thsir
liuoa waoieseie Bad retail deal
art afford! yoa tka security aot foead
elsewhere ef obteialag tka purest
wiaaa aaa waieaies at oae-Balf tka
prices prevailies elsewhere, la
health they are a joj.la Dlaessla
aispoasiMe. war special stookaad
raiihwuia Wh -tart. Sfcm. jkatalka,
a H4 afawta, I , f M pr gaUoa.
I WtM ranaaal fmH
PlWtSMl PN .III
awrtM, ImwI, ataaana m4 Malaaa, $t m
rVarw, . to it m hUmk a aM:
ihii, mcm a ft ri. n a ;
I1 W f tallaa. fl a J s
Brwdy for Xtata Mfal, B1M tf gOw,
Oyta f ( aain t atlatB.
Taiaeaaaa I a-li.
Tm ny Uv ta r Tiira awaaa.
uono J. Curno
Cay, Sc3 and l?nja
property. CcHzct Pcaa.
tla cli fire aad t!sa
txisi oooptnyi repro
tsated, luta u low
u &ay rtlltUa coayny
Ton ratrosac la (oOatkBL .
0OM UN, fa 4t.
HarpBr Boaa Bleaft.
RET THE BEST
All Work OaarajaUcd
lK)f TBISO ATE5UE
tre the -most fatcl cf xOl
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remedy
or mossy refunded. Con
telns remtd2ss recesnlzsd
by t!l eminent clTytkUuu
13 the best for KSdceyond
Csrr troubles. .
MBaa. Dm . Tka CkriaUaa
Eadaaror of 8ra will alaet eflfi
aadayfor tka eoalajr, 7 tax. Tka
j vaac iBiia azpaai w fira a UOBOUa
oalBi darlac tka aioatk of Jaaaary.
Alkaru HaaaaaB two bobb ara aiek
rttk tjpkoM tatar.
J. O. Wood rOW. of Bfotl la trfall.
flaf wltt MUaa ralattfaa.
Mr. Baa Mrs. oka Uaok, of Wu
lock, ara Ttaitlsf wltt If r. aad Urs.
kaUaic em tta aaaal la vary wood
aad wraat erowda kara baaaoa tta
laa arar? day.
Joka Baaaaliaj- ef (lalva. ana.t
Ckrlataiaa wltt ralailraa aad bf 1 for
tai?B TattdBT anataooa.
Mr. aad Mr. Jowpk FlaUknia
ara tta proad paraata of a boaadar
bo?, wko arrlTad Moadaj.
Tkara waa a party at tta koma of
Mr. aad Mr. David Saara Wadaaa
day. a koaor of Mlaa Tim Saara.
Gaorfa Soars U apaadlaf tta koll
taya al koaia, attar wklck ka ro
taraa to Iowa City to raaaaa kta
IL B. Hoaaaa laarai Frldav In .
aaio kU stadia at Ckiearo, aftar
Tiaiuar oariatj ua past two waaks
wltt kla parsata.
Aa ordar of tka Enters Bta
orfsaisodat PrtsmpUoa last Wad
A A .
aaaaaj aTasiay; aaa qaiia a aaabar
at tka AlUsa ordar attoadad.
Qalto a aaabor of pcoplo ara
rtadj to pat ap ioa. bat tkav will
kava to wait aatll aiur Jam. 1. aa
tko (OTtraaaat will aot (rant par
aaiw nui isaa.
Mlrs Mary Blaf, Utoktr of tka
G Is Par Ilill aekooL was nlaaaaatla
larpirlsad bj aboat SO of bar trlaads
mwmtmw m iaa aoaia 01 Bar SISIsr.
Mrs. 1L IT. Bockal.
rraak Wookaar'a so rsoalyad aa
air rids as a Ckristaas praaaatfroa
kla Ersadfstksr. 11U slaisr aad aim
salt rot lato aa imnut aa to wha
skoald skoot. la tbo seoffls ibo
wsapoa was diKksrsd aad BB
akot lodfftd la tka flih of !) tna
kaad. Dr. WIctIos could sot louts
aaot. aaa 11 is learsa ins A-rsT
will ksrs to bo BBSd.
8ksnaxd. Deo 80. Mr. Lots aad
wlfo. of Karal, visits wltt Mr.
Lova's parsata, ofttlsplaca, ovsr
Miss Crab wsat boos to spsad tka
BouasTi wub nor paraata at Ham
Fraak Ortsr aovsd his family aad
taraitara fruaCabla to Sbsrrard last
Mr. aad Mrs. Flabcrty rUltod Mr.
aad Mrs. Matlksw Su Joka, of Csbls,
Qaito a aaabar frcm tkls viciaitv
look la tko aatqaarada ball at Cabla
Joka Kixdorff. of Bock lalaad,
1 past Ckristaaa with bis parsau,
Mr. aad Mrs. Mi dor II.
(jails a aambsr aroaad tka oat.
skirts of tko towa took la tta Christ.
bbs trass at botb ebarckss bars.
Jacob Millar aad family, of Orloa,
vlsiud witb Mr. Millar's brottar,
Elasr, aad family over Ckristaaa.
A draaaUo play at Rickardsoa's
kail aaUUsd "Uadsr tka Spall." will
aa prassatod Satardsj avaaiag by
9. P. Ssaaslsoa was kart la tta
alasa by a fall of rock. Ha bad two
ribs broksa aad waa lajBradlaterBal
1. Dr. Martia la Ukior cars of kla.
Mrs. Lawrsaca Aadsrsoa. of Daa
Molaoa, wko arrlvsd kers last Tkara.
day aorasc. is vlaitiBt; wltt her
daafjktsr, Mra. L. T. Uaddick.aad
Harry Sadlow.oaa of tko tlsrks la
tko aoapaay store, left Friday to
spaad Ckrislaaa wltt Ala ftlatlvaa
aad frisads at Kswtoi, Iowa, aad ra.
Gas Daaialsoa will kava a sals Jaa.
It aad will sail all kit stock aad
f am lag- laplsasata. aa ka latoadato
Hnally It Broke Inwardly
Troubld Bagin With Dysptpsia
and Impurt Blood
TTwrowcft Coura of NoswJ'a Saraa
MrMta Coenptataly Cwroa.
There I. danzrr in Impure blood.
IMiea1 ami raffrrinjr are euirly com
In to tbnae who nrkrt this threaten,
lag t jniitotn. lleadthi:
CI. Flood A Co Lowell, Mata.:
Oeatlraea:-My IrouMaa brgaa whk
acrroaa haalarbea, which would laat
bm for two or tare daya. Tba doctora
prouoaacad my troubi dyapepaia, out
lby could aot do anytBlna; foe ma, aad
ad a ckaara of locatioa. At tbo a fa
of SS a tamor formed oa my spue, which
Waa Vary Painful
hutdidBotriacordiacharra. The doctor
thouf kt bnt to cut It out, but I objected.
It finally broke and diacbarfad a rnat
draL Tba doctora aaid tbry could do
aothUf tor It. Tben the tamor brgan to
rite Inwardly aud dhwharre. I read much
aboat curaa by Hood'a Banaparllla aad
tboacbt I would try It. Before I bad
flaiabed taBiog ooa bottle I waa mucb
raliered. Icoutluued the uae of Hood'a
8afaparilla,aad after taking 13 bottlea I
waa entirely cured. I am bow well, bare
a rood appetite aad fori taat I owe my
Ute to Hood's SarmparUla." W.D.FOKB.
lrto1 lntrIWOwTyTno filBci.
a4 f an mtim S;nKw. ,
Hood's Pills &sKUS&
aova kU faaily to MoIIbb and lira
uara la tba latura. '
Mrs. Willi aa 8ohaatnaBaa and
Mra. Qeorro Shalleross Loo ware at
leroos Loo w
FruempUoB MouwlayBaBBuBw, aaa
aoaod tkara by tta doathofhtts.
Zwiokar. who was boriod Wadaaaday
at 10 o'clock at tta Genua aettla.
Cordova. Daa. 17Jra BTavr. nf
Book lalaad. apaat Christmas wltt
aia paraata, atr. aaa Mrs. Thomas
Tba Cordova Crsamsry coapaaj la
poiuur ip 10a.
Fraak Hayaaa, of Mollaa. spent
Salordav at Cordora.
Toaaa ara eroaslap; tta Fattar
oi " lun bi uub piaco.'
Mrs. Kata Pardv Is . rultlar
flieada at Morriaaa. IlL
Thara la good skatlaa; batwaaa tta
aa.Hu our aua main IBBO.
Mr. aad Mrs. Fraak WJJsoa are
vislUat; Meads at Warren. IlL
Mra. Allle Coater. of Chlooro, Is
too rasst 01 ktr.- aad Mra. W. C.
Mrs. Abtob Smith aad dauohur
Boas, of Molina, spent Saturday with
WUllaa aad Miss Lin'.e Hamrjh.
ry ara at home from Chlearo oa a
WWI I TBOB iob.
Laoaard aad Logaa Treat are
hoas from Upper Alton. aa their
Miss Jeonie Ford, of Wlseoaiia, is
vutuar ber graadpareata, Mr. aad
Mra. L. H. Boavaa.
Mr. aad Mra. Joha SchaelUsr, of
TBomsoa, spaat Christmas with Mr.
aad Mra. James Tsw.
Fomat Additna. Baraanl R-nwn
aad Miss Mary Whiteside are all home
. . . . . I. .
iroui iizoa lor a weea vacation.
A large aaaber of our young peo
p'o eaurtained thsmselvoa very so
eiably at Dreiel hall Satardsy even-
Mrs. A. 8. MarshtU. Miss Mae
Chandler and frisads, of Chicsgo.
are visiting relatives and friends at
Reynolds, Deo. 29. Mra. Dewey
ana amia. &. ijee, 01 soaia 01 BSy.
aolds, were Bock Islsnd visitors last
Miss Nola Ek strom visited la Book
Island a part of last week.
wm uiark weal ap to Wjomlng
ths fore part of last weak. : -. .
Mrs. C M. Kreps and daughter
were Bock Island visitors last week.
Mrs. Casey and children visited
last week at the home of her parents,
Mr. aad Mra. T. C Lewis.
Bsv. D. T. Robertson, of Hamlet,
retoraed from Iowa last Satardsy,
whsre ha has been 'assisting la a
aeriss of revival meetings the past
Benjamin Whitsitt went ap to
Chicago last week with the finest car
load of fat cattle, ha says, ha ever
shipped. They were S-year-old
steers, averaging 1,676 ponada.
The Masonic lodn at Andalnala
has sent oat Invitations for a pabllo
insinuation, oanqast aaa entertain
meat consisting of good masie aad
speaking, etc. The eersmoaif a -wM
take place at the Masonic halL :
Mr. aad Mrs. Fraak Cortis, sooth
of town, mourn the loss of thsir little
lOyear-old daughter. Lottie, who
died Sunday. Funeral services were
held at the homo Toesdsy with later
meat at Reynolds cemetery; This
dear little girl was aa only daaghler
aad aa exceptionally bright and lov
able child. Sha waa only aiek a
short time aad her little schoolmates
wsrs shocksd to hear of her death,
which was caused by malignant scar
latins. The bereaved paraata are
hearvbrokea over their loss. - .'
1 MM DtMonrv Tat.
W. M. Replaa, editor of the Tie
kilwa. IlL, Chief.'1 aays: -We
woa't keep hoase without Dr. Slag's
New Diseovsry for Coasamplioa,
Coughs aad colds. Experimented
with many othars, bat never got, ths
tree romody aatll we ased Dr. Kiag'a
New Discovery. No other remedy
caa take Its place in oar homeCKs la
It we have a certain aad sare's'nrs
for CoBghs, Colds, Whooping Coach,
etc" It Is Idle to experiment with
other remedies, even If they ara
arged oa yoa as just aa good aa Dr.
Kiag'a New Discovery. They are
aot as good, because this remedy baa
a record of cans aad beside Is guar
anteed. It never fails to satiafj.
Trial bottles free at Harta fJUr
raeyer's drag store.
BBamaaatJata Caved to Vktwa Daya.
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon. lad.
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
rheamatism la every maecle aad
toiat, her suffering waa terrible, aad
iar body aad face were swoHea 'al
most beyond recognition; had been
la bed tor six weaka aad had eight
physicians but received ao benefit
until shs tried the Mystio Care for
rheamatism. It gave immediate re
lief aad aha waa able to walk aboat
la three daya. I am sure It saved
her life.1 Sold by Otto Grotjaa,
1501 Second avenue, drarritt. Bock
Islaad;Gast Scklegel Son, 120 West
Sscoad street, Davenport.
Try grata ut Try Oraai-O!
Ask your grocer today to ahowyoa
a package of Grala-O, tta asw food
drlak that tahaa Ike plaee of coffee.
The children may drink It without
iajury ah well aa tta adult - All who
try it, like it. Graia-O has that rich
seal brown of mocha or java, bat it
la made from para grains, aad the
moat daleeate stomach receives It
without distress. One-quarter the
price of coffee. 15 cents aad SS eeats
tMf BBCkara. Bold hv all metrL
HGtIT AGAINST HAIlM
' ilS J
: SI I
RagMwtth Increasing WarmtJi at
xno capital of the Buck
IUm AXS MTEBS ABE TEST 1S0&
trytac to Jaanhal a XaJ-lty oTUm tqfa:
. satwa Auala-t tbo Frtcad mt McKln1yl.
. OtM T tlM CBrertala Oa Cornea Oat iar
BVark, rbat, Laat mm Alway. Baba.lla
Apaalatoto Working with the Oppoltioa
Jor Wck Sra-aa To Ito fcrwo."? T
COlumbua. O.. Dec 31. Yesterday
waa a nay or conferences with the antl
Hanna Rerublirana. and from the boat
Information obtainable the results have
not been altorether encourarlnr. al.
though the claims of the faction' have
not Deon modified in the least. These
conferences have been with the leaders
of the Democracy who are In favor of
a rusion with the anti-Hanna. Republi
cans to defeat Hanna. The central
Brurea have been Charles U Kurtx,
leader of the antl-IIanna Republicans,
and Allen O. tlyers, who is endeavoring
to brlna; the Democratic minh.nuii
of the legislature Into line for the pro-
poaea xusion. At these conferences,
which began yesterday morning anh
continued into the night, the UftnJ.
crats were asked to state Just)? bow
many of their members thev, mnM
count upon In the proposed fusion. It
n unaeraiooa to have been stated that
seven Democratic members had refused
positively to vote for inv am avmm .
Democrat for United States senator
no even a free silver Republican.
Democrat Sammaed to a Ctenfcreaea, I
It Is also understood that the ndmr
ber of Demrwrata shn sill .
- , " vtrwS T"
fusion mar be Inrreaaml In .on utL -
icen. Almost ine entire Democratic
vote of the legislature will be required
on a rusion to defeat Hanna, and the
Democratic leaders are not u'l'lina- tn
enter Into any arrangement which may
fall of success, as It would expose the
Prty to ridicule. It was at once deter-
minea 10 summon all the Democratic
members to Columbus at once, and tele
grama were Rent to all nf (hum:
questing them to report this afternoon
unoui iau xor a conference. The only
Republican members conspicuous at
the anti-Hanna headnuartera In tna
Great Southern hotel yesterday were
representatives Bramley and Mason,
Of Cleveland. mi i
Major Dirk CoaUnnaa To Bi Canflaeat: " I
aiajor vick, wno nas charge of Sen
ator Hanna'a cersonal intereif inii
feeling very confident that the proposed
lusion arrangement would be broken.
Sentiment among the Republicans of
the state Is raniillv rvatpii.in tma
the vieornua awmlt, nf th. TanKit.
newspapers upon Kurti and the (ti,
nanna movement, it is claimed that If
the antl-Hanna Republicans force a
deadlock It will bring more people to
the capital city than have ever been
here before. The supporters of Hanna
do not admit that any Republican will
vote against him, and tt is significant
that none of the members claimed to ba
opposed to Hanna has said publicly
mat ne win not vote for him.
BMDEB SATS UR IS FOB HANJfA.
Aad Karl 1 Kara Bo Waa Xaver Coasted
in lb Oppmltloa, Aarhow. - j
A breexe waacreated by a rertortln' lit
evening paper that Hurts' lieutenants
claimed to have a written nlpde-e fmm
Representative Snider, of Greene coun
ty, that he would not support Hanna.
Snider gave out a statement lart WgTit
in which the pith la the foflbwlng:
"There appeared a statement in th irw
lumbua Dispatch this evening which not
only compromised myself but the good
name 01 uovernor Bushnell as - Well.
Desiring to clear our skirta of any
blame for the nart whirh
sons seem to be taking In opposition to
me reflection or Senator Hanna to the
United States nonate, I sent a letter of
which the following Is a copy, to Gov
ernor Busline!!, and now desire to say
publicly that for myself and my county
we Shall sunnort Benatnr Hanna nw
laat and always, believing that the time
has come when anything ele Is treach
ery of the Republican party."
int letter to Bushnel! referred to in
the foregoing says that the rvnhr la
current that the governor held a writ
ten pledge from Snider to vote' for the
governor for senator, and "TMs;'rm
peli me. In order to preserve your good
name, to come out In public declaration
that I am for the return of Mr. Hanna
to the United States senate." Referring
to Snldera statement laat nirrht Vitrtw
made the first authentic utterance upon
any prase or tne senatorial matter that
has yet been published. He said; . n '
"Notwithstanding Mr. Snider state
ments made from ope.. end of ihe atate
to the other that he was for Mr. Box
well for speaker and against Mr. Hanna
for United States senator; notwith
standing similar statements by him to
day in this city to a score of friends, we
have never looked upon him as a relia
ble man. We never counted him in our
calculations of our vote."
The number of net-sons holdW nnai.
flora by appointment at the various
State Institutions and In the varinna
state departments who are activity in
terested in the campaign against Han
na Is the most noticeable feature of the
contest. At leant a amr are iri..
actively under the direction of Kurtx.
inis pnase or the contest Is beginning
to excite a great dearol comment and
no little criticism of Governor Ruahnell.
who is cognisant of what Is going n.;
Two Mlaalaa: ra Faaad DaaU."
Flndlay. O.. Dec JL A horrible dis
covery waa made In this city yester
day afternoon by the finding of the
dead bodies of Henry Behner, m boiler
maker, and Joseph Browneller, a toot
dresser, who had been missing since
last Saturday night. The men had been
suffocated by the fumes of buraad, gas
which escaped from a stove. . -
Frankfort. Ulch-. Dec JL No tele
graph communication has yet been re
ceived from theteamer Stafford, which
left Manlstique Tuesday night, and was
caught In a heavy storm en route for
this place, heavily loaded with, flour.
Since Wednesday noon the lnV .
been clear Balling, and her owners are
aiarmea xor ner saiety. -
JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN.
Bfeeay atotak f SUway aaggata Abans
'! - CatMr Mmt of SBa Ooaart.
Joslin, Dec. 29 Will Lark aaa
been vuiuag friends la Zama.
Kev. Barr has commenced pro
tracted meetings at Rose Hill.
Miss Rloa 8trasa had to dismiss
her school for one week, oa aeooaat
t tljfrjr Looker, of Erie, hu aow moved
. oviiib aaoiioo tor us purpose 01
following his profession.
. Mrs. Charles Arrnbrie-ht. of Wood-
bine, Iowa, is visiting her parents,
aar. aua urs. oyivester Daiiey.
, Frank Bryant and Boy Dailey
hsTB been spending the . holidaya at
hoxoealnrlog their vacation.
Mrs. Joshua Dillon has beea mat
ing a visit with her friends aad
relatives in Moline for the past week.
Lewis Kruckenburg came home
from Iowa to spend the holidays, and
have a good old-time visit with
friends and relative.
Mr. and Mra. Ed Pierce,' of Sao
City, Iowa, son-in-law and daughter
of P. E. Crompton, arrived at Joslin
Saturday last, to spend Christmas.
The Hillsdale creamery was pnt np
at pnblio auction Friday last, aud
was bought in by H. Bullen. of Mt
line, for the claims he had against it
The new residence lately erectd
by the Rose Hill Creamer v com nana
is now finished, having received 1 a
use cost, 01 piaster, and it bas been
insured ia the Coe aad Zuma Mntna!.
. Prof. Miller, of the Davennort Bna.
ineis college, and his wife, son-in-
aw ana aaugnier 01 nr. ana His.
Alexander Dunbar, ara now vlatiinv
at the Dunbar residence for a week
It is said that olam shells from
Rock river are bein? shinned in Uro
quantities to New York, and from
inonce ao&orope, me meat of tbem
to France, and are to be manufac
tured into reirl bnttons and other
Rev. E E. Meschsm, of Hampton,
assisted K?v. Thomoeon. of Port B.
ron, in quarterly meeting servlciM.,;
services were likewise Held at Fair
field and Hillcdale, followed by, the
Lord's supper at all the gatherings.
The directors for ths Coe and Zuma
Mutual Insurance company met at
the residence of Hugh McCall. sec
retary, Wednesday, Doc. 29, for
the purpose of settling with the
agents acd transacting other nnai.
nessv The annual meeting takes place
at the Pleasant Point echosl house
Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1893.
Zama and Coe people will remem
ber E. J. Murphy, who taught school a
number of years ago, who married
ai r . w .. .
miss Koieiia mu, ci Hillsdale, and
who of late has resided in Astoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Marphy's little daugh
ter died Friday, Dao. 24, aged 7
years, 9 months and 18 days, ol
nephritis. The funeral took nlana
Snnday from the Christian ohnrch.
A at mm
01 ABioris, nv. 11. u. Littleton offi
ciating. Tncsdav last Mr. and Mra. Vd
Pierce and daughter, F. E. Crompton,
Sr., and Miss Maude Crompton took
dinner with Mr. aad Mrs. C M. Hnb
bart aad family, and the day was
a. a a , . . . ef
span iu looiaouiiy ana pleasant
conversation. Alter tne company
fathered together it waa aaeartainad
that it was Mra. Hubbart'a birthday.
ff X X.l. - . -
oiogiog wiu piano aooompaniment
was a prominent feature of the day's
All the Chrlstmaa treea In our vl.
cinitv were welched down with
handsome nresenta and were irnr-
geonsly beautiful in their appear
ances. The branches of the one at
Joslin had to be propped to prevent
mtir Dreaamg aova xne entertain
ment, which consisted of music
songs and recitations, were truly ex
ceuent and highly appreciated. The
performances upon the guitar , and
manaoiin or the Jordan sitters, of
noca isiana, caiiea for several en
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oil has done more for the con-
sumpthre than ail other reme-
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many English observers as
S coeerfSes fne rnncumnKnn n w
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pMes of Lime and Sod. This
remedy, a standard . f or a
quarter of a century, is in I
m met armrA vltft t...a Z
views of the medical profession. S
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At! Arttmmimm r . A A . X
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TRYING ORDEALS FOR WOMEN.'
Xdrs. Pinkh&m Tolls How Wo
men May Avoid Painful
To a modest, sensitive, high
strung young woman, especially '
an unmarried woman, there ia ,
no more trying or painful ordeal
than the ''examinations,' which
are now so common In hospitals
and private practice.
An examination by speculum, or
otherwise. Is sometimes a positive
necessity in certain stages of
many diseases peculiar to women.
so at least it is declared by the pro
fession. This would not be the .ease if
patients heeded their symptoms in time.
If a young girrs blood ia watery,
pale and waxy looking, her lips colorless, bowels
torpid, digestion poor, her ears and temples throb and
she U subject to headache, begin at once to build up her
system with Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound.
Do not allow her to undergo a physical examination.
Here is a letter from a young lady who requests that
her name should not be used, but gives her initials and
street number so that any inquiry addressed to her ,
will be received. tbe says:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham: It affords me great pleasure to be able to say a few
words in regard to the merits of your Vegetable Compound. I was tempted
to try it after seeing the effects of it upon my mother, and now I feel like a
new person. I am a stenographer and was troubled with falling of the womb
and female weakness in general. I continued to work until I was so weak I
could no longer walk, and the last day I was forced to stop and rest
' I was then ao ill that I was compelled to stay in bed. and so nervous
that I could not hold anything in my hands. The least noise or snrpriso
would cause my heart to beat so loudly, aad I would become so weak that I
could hardly stand. I suffered for almost a year. It is different now. I
can go about my work with pleasure, while before, work was a drudge.
"Trusting that my words of praise may help some other afflicted person,
and be of benefit to womankind in general, I remain, Yours in gratitude,
L. H., 444 S. East St, Indianapolis, Ind."
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