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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIE R, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1908.
c r - i I': Mi .7 reel art sell th.S Mr Oil. th K 1 The Sherlock Holmes Pipe COME IN AND SEE IT. The L L Stoddard Tobacco Go, 940 Chapel Street. 3 mMm MM I In the Fort George Hill Climb, j New York, April 9, 1908, THE FULL-JEWELED $2,500 Car M57 ' .' Beat every Gasoline Car selling for $4,500 or less. Co:li;n Motor Vehic'e Corp New Britain, Conn. H. E. D0OLITTLE, 5.i nnoAmvAY, m.w iiavk.v. NEWSPAPERS, 'MAGAZINES, STATIONERY, :; SPORTING GOODS. ;! J. A. McKEE'S. ' 0:!0 CIIAPKIi. i EDWARD P. BRETT. I ULlLUiat AND CONTHACTOIt. I ; "Tj Rawing, Turning end Jobbing in ,i Wood or All Kinds. Window and -"Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack- rlng Poxes, 7 PHOUT RTJIEET. HERE'S WHERE WE GOT THE GRINDSTONE OUT AND SHARPENED OUR KNIFE FOR A CLEAR-TO-THE-BONE CUT. Travel New Haven from one end to the other and you won't find another lot of offerings of this order offerings that are not of the cold storage kind, but clean, new, first-class goods meant to tease the buying public into this store and to loosen up their purse strings. v Here's a Card we have lind np our sleeve fnr several weeks. It's t Ji best chair fnr Hip money tint we have ever bought or sold. Quartered golden oak, with a real, lpfltlipr box sot-In seat a ctniir Hint to date wo have never mild less Hum $6. None of them sent on ap proval or reserved. Spot-cash price .... $' RUGS. 9x12 Axminsters for $21 This week only yon save six doHnra clour. The best fiml lty Sanford Axminsters In rich oriental patterns. None (tent out on approval at this price. 25 per cent, discount from entire stock of Axnilnster Runners (1 Bl7.es about 7 5 rugs to select from. None sent on approval. 5-Foot Axminsters. Regular price $'--7fi. This week only Another bale of 200 of these oriental patterns received. At $l.t)H each, none will he sent on approval. These prices aro for cash, Carpet. Cleaning M to 6c per yd. The Chamberlain Co., Crown ff.fffl Orange St. "Corner," STORAGE. absolutely sanitary. A cool, clean, full-M.m rsiiudio; never liny odor. Nothing but tlio (Iciiucht, ri'i'slii'Ht, purest smoke ever Cillers till" IIIOUlll. Cannot Burn Your Tongue. A HEADLESS MAN , Or course lie doesn't amount to much, bill tiny mini will amount In more If Ms Itoucl Is well nnd prop rrly nil li ed. TFROM time Immemorial headgear bus received great consideration from iiiiiiiUIikI. Hat for Easter: THIu KNOX $ 5.00 Til K UOXl'OKI) 1.00 Tiir, .i. & t. special i.oo Tin: ;i vi:it 3.00 Tin-: K). MI.K 10.00 TIIK J. & T. SILK 0.00 Hcl the lint Hint fils your head and font hits nt (incorporated) 0PP. THE TOWN PUMP IS IT ENJOYABLE? D yon Ilk (a r nil,, people with iKrcdv rrtM Do yoa not :hUk other ntiiitd h as distressed II yours nere thst wsyT Son rtnnt let them cet beyond (he help nt good dentist. If ODe of yonr teeih Is mlsnlns. Iuve us bridge the spare wllh une lltnl Is the snme color, sksye snd stss of the nnltirol us. PHIU. DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. Rt9 Refrigerators Reduced. A lltllo opening int. Here's where the knife slipped and Rot In ex. deep. One cnrlond of refrigerators only uncraled week. New, reliahl", Found, new InPt fine goods, In all kinds of nlres and kinds, and the (piaHty talk right out for Itself. A little ii d- vance thinking on the part of your iirtwiiWN gray matter ought to point out that yon ran get ahead of the hot weather and nt the sumo time bsvp several real dollars on your refrigerator. A. few examples follow: Fine KTONR-LTXEl) '"n-hlte Mountain" Refrigerator; holds 145 pounds of ice. Regular price $54 Special $10. ' Good sensible refrigerator for average home use, Regular $lfi This week $12.50. Medium-sized refrigerator; holds 100 pounds of Ice. Regular $14 Now $11. And special discounts on all the rest on every refrigerator In our store. Linoleums, 00c UH. !F,. An elegant line of 21 pat terns, parquet wood floor ef fects, colored tile, straw mat ting and novelty patterns, In regular (iOc grade, for 45c this week. , i, ri COURT BEGINS RECORD SESSION (Continued from First fine.) not come, up. He will ho put to plea tills nioriiliifr on a cliai'Ro of aliurtloii. There wen; about llvn or six women put to plea, yesterday. JVnuk Ablmit. The Ili-Ht man to bo called was Frank Abbott, : years old, who a cliarfjed Willi theft from Hubert 11. Nesblt of this illy. Tin- tlilims taken worn valued at $ I 'J'bey were per Himal properly in a suit caso taken from n Ki'ocery wasou on Kcliruary 1, 1'JtK. Tlio uci'iiseil ileaded Rilllly. It was lil.n second offence. Ho hud served a terin of three yearn In tho state's prison for a similar offence of theft In HrldKcport. duo or the. articles tak en wan a sapphire ring which was lat er pawned and led to Ills arrest. "Vou have made, the most nf your time at this sort of thin, haven't you?" asked his honor. "I know noth ing to coinineiul him," said State Attor ney Williams. "Not less than two year or more than four years In state's prison," en ma tho verdict from tlio court.. Iiniils Hcriilcp. Louis Ilernlce, m last January, was next, a sIlKht-biilld young fellow with llfiht hair. He pleaded not guilty to a charge of burglary or the property of Michael Harbour. Attorney Arvlne, Jr., was assigned to (he case. Thrcp Italians. Sebastlano Henevento, 21 years old: 'Nearlouo Henevento, mid Carlo Paulino 20 years old, were charged with rob bery on January Jll, 1!WS at the house of Anloiilo Cavalaro. All pleaded, not guilty. They had been nrn-xted on bench warrants served 1y Sheilff llrad ley. They were also charged with na patilt mi Cav.ilnro and on an Italian woman and with breach of the peace. All pleaded not guilty again, Wlnlti Id Itogue. WinnVId Itovii" na IS be guepspil.. II" bad no lawyer, lie didn't know his birthday. lAltorney Hart was as signed the case. He was charged with arsanlt upon Myra Stnpllngs, a girl under IK years, .He pleaded not guilty. nifford M. Cndwrll. There was considerable stir In the court wlvn Clifford M. ( 'ad well wan called, lie was charged with assault with intent to murder on two counts on Vera M. Cadwell and Virginia Peck, her sister on January 23, IMS. Attor ney Fitzgerald stood up with the pris oner. Prisoner refused to plead under the circumstances .md the court order ed a plea of not guilty entered. ( hallos CiislintoM'. Charles Canhalow, IS years old, was charged with enlerlng the Hart Mar ket company In this city. Attorney Hoy Kverrh was assigned to Hip cose, pris oner pleaded not guilty. Later hi the afternoon he changed his plea to guilty. Ahtnnlo .Munglllo and Aiitimla felon tano. (Antonio Munglllo and Antonla Cel entano were charged with adultery on threo counts. Hoth pleaded not guil ty. Attorney Anutllllare appeared nfl 1 counsel. Itlccnuilo (Ytrntnno. Ulccardo Celentano, 17 years old last April 1, was charged with two assaults with Intent to murder on January 23, 10OR. Tho assault was committed with a knife on two Italians named Hindu and Maleo. He pleaded not guilty. He had be-n out on ball. Attorneys Splnelln and P. Pond were In charge of tils case. Attorney Williams asked that the hmvl he raised front to $1,000 1uit this the Judge refused to do. Jll hips Condon. .Tames Condon was charged Willi burglary on March U last at the home of Melle Cli.iplro In lids city, He had' no counsel and Attorney Herbert was assigned. Louis II. Itmvnrs. Louis IT. Hownes, charged with bur glary, pleaded not guilty. Louis LllloM, Louis KUJott, 23 years old, was charg ed with theft, from the person of James T. lowlfl and of John Novae. He plead ed not guilty. The prisoner was colored. Attorney Frank Mollman was assigned the case. Later prisoner pleaded guilty. I'loi'cnco i:ips, Florence Kpps, a colored girl, was charged with theft from the person of William Rrlerton. She pieaded not guil ty. Attorney Charles F. Clark was as signed. Toliii Flenilna:. John Fleming was charged with stat utory burglary and theft of eleven chickens. He pleaded not guilty. Attor ney MeClnrn was nssluned. William II. 1'nlpy. William H. Foley pleaded not guilty to a charge of assault with Intent, to rape, two counts, on Hattlo Prusso Kehruary 1(5. William l'orbes, Seven ton tils. William Forbes, 17 years old last Je coinber, was next. Attorney Robinson was assigned the case. He was charg ed with statutory burglary on Novem ber 2, IR, February 2(5, 2S, March 4, 6, (I. He pleaded not guilty. Patrick .?. liallagher. Puirlck J. ("lallagher was also charg ed with statutory burglary. He pleaded gullly, throwing himself upon the mer cy of the court. Ht;iti:'s Attorney Wil liams explained the burglary which took place March first on Edgchlll road, lie read his record which Included three sentences for theft. "Drink Is his principle trouble, as your honor may see, said Mr. Williams. I can see that," cald Judge Case, "If you don't let rum alone you may go to Wethers tield," ho added. "If you get here ag;iiu you may go to state's prison. Four months in jail." William .T. (irrnrd. William J. Gerard was charged with breach of the peace. He plealed not guilty. Frank Kill. Frank J. Hill, i5j yearn old, was churned with statutory burglary, a sec ond offence. He pleaded not guilty. Filwnid A. (Jlllctt. Krtwsrd A. Hillett, charged with slat ut ory burglary, pleaded guilty. The goods tqken were carpenter' and burglars' tools. The kit of tools was shown In case. The prisoner was a good appearing young man of good address, line of the things in the kit was a, hilly which the accused claimed he kept fu' iH.-.pi'utceUoii In u State Hp P0C7HEB Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powdor mado with Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar e No Alum, No Lime Phosphate street lunch room, where ho was em ployed. Ho was arrested on January 2(5, He admitted being convicted for disorderly conduct In New York, from which he was discharged. Prisoner claimed to have worked lit the Mal lcy building not long ngij. When ask ed If he had a mother he almost broke down and said ho had.' She lives nt 141 Orange street. Tho case was con tinued to to-day. There wa.s consid erable, favorable comment about thfi court as a result of this wise ruling on the part of the court. John (iuKo. John (iul.-e, charged with statutory burglary and theft of poultry, plead ed not guilty. A f-hort recess was taken at this point. It was then 3:26. Hunter Hamilton and Idiuls Williams. Hunter Hamilton and Louis Wil liams were then asked to plead. F.ai h was tivcnty-oiie years old. They were charred with burglary at the house of Film Rogers In llanidcn. Until pleaded guilty. Attorney How appeared fur Hamil ton, Attorney Jacobs for Williams. Mr. Wllllanfs upokc of Hamilton as tho black sheep of respectable people. This caused a laugh, for he baa brlglH red hair. In January, 1 90H, he was sent up for lour mouths on each of three counts. The father came for ward to tuiy that the hoy had been trying to do his best of late. The Judge asked the boy where he got a scar on his forehead. The prisoner said an Italian came out In the road and hit him with a club, Mr. Wil liams showed that the scar was got In a light In which the accused par ticipated and for which ho wa.s lined In the llamden court. Attorney Jacobs spoke at some length In the defence of Williams, saying he was of a good llamden fam ily. The court cautioned both that another offence would mean state's prison ami gave Hamilton a year in Jail and Williams six months." dnnii'N llngiin. James Hogan, twenty years old. pleaded not guilty to n charge of stat utory burglary. This plea was later cnanged. Lawrence (', Johnson. Lawrence c. Johnson, colored, was charged with taking :'0 from the person. He pb-mled not guilty, At torney Wjnne appeared as counsel. lucent lyoiubardl, i-i.. .... ., . uii.-Tii i.iimniiriii, years oli', was charged with the theft on March 1, of a diamond ring worth lllfl from Mrs Rakcman of 2h tiooree street, where both of them boarded. .Mr. Williams explained (hat the lady lert the ring In Hie hath room at tho ieori;e street nd- drcss where It aH picked mi by the accused, i ne ring was found by a do teethe on the Inside lining of 'his waist coal. Mrs. Haketnau was not on sneak ing ncipialntanee with the accused. Ac cused said he was a barber. It whs his Hist offense and .Mr, Williams piended Hint lie bo given a cbatice. Attorney Wynne spoKe m uih defence, saying lack of work was n-aliy the underly lug cause. Accused claimed that he was about to put the ring back when be f onnd It at the very time when It was found on him and that he denied be had the ring because be was frighten ed by the detective who questioned him The Judge said he would Seqd i I in to Jail for liO days and ad'iled that be thought be was letting blm off easily. It should be' a good lesson t him. Hrvnii Lowe mid Margaret WiiUmIuii v. Ryron Lowe and Margaret Waterbury charged with adultery on Kehruary fl at Mllford. They pleaded guilty, Mr. Williams explained that they lived lo- gether as man and w ife. Her husband nad not lived wtin her for seven years next July. For the last six years the two accused have lived together. Lowe Is a colored man. His honor admitted he was uncertain what to do In the case. He Asked Mr. Williams If the woman was dissolute, which was denied The woman said Lowe pad been a gen tleman to her and her own husband had been nothing hut a brute. she said she knew. he was colored man but he "was a, gentleman for all that." His honor said ho would dispose of the case tills morning and continued II, Cliurlcs Caslialow, , Chillies Cashalow was then brought We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give satis faction we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it. We mean this and ask all those who are sick and need strength to try it with this understanding. Hull's Corner Drug Stores Corner Statu and Chapel Streets. Comer Howard and Congress Avenues. forward again, having expressed his de Rli'p. to cliangii his former plea of not guilty tu guilty. Ills clinrge was statu-j tory burglary. Accused was a young looking fellow of good appearance, At torney Ray Kvorllt spoke In his de fence. He was sentenced tof our mouths. James llogan. Jnnies Hogau tlieu asked to he al lowed to change his plea to gullly. The chargo was statutory burglary In Mcr Ideii in a saloon February !. Attorney Leo appeared In his behalf, He hud re ceived four nionilm' term In tho tame court In tho January term last year. Ho had served another jail sentence and had been la the reform school, too. Mr. Williams said when he wus for merly sentenced ho said ho would rath er be sent to Wcihcrslleld for six months than to the Jail for a less time, and asked him why ho Hiild that. Ac cused answered that II was because at tho state's prison ho could get decent food and sleeping accommodations. "I think a, little discipline will do you good; It certainly will not. hurt you," said his honor. "Not less man ono year or more than IS months." Another recess wus taken at this point. It was thou 4:38, Atiivlio Moi'clll and Teresa Ijiindu.l Aurello Morelll nnd Teresa Iamlazi wero charged with adultery. They leaded gullly. Senteinti was postponed. JOihel Maynnrd. Ethel Maynard pleaded not guilty to chargo of theft. Tim accused was by ull odds tho best dressed woman among tlio prisoners. Lewis Klllott. L'pon advice of his counsel, Attorney "'rank E. Hoilman, Lewis Klllott, col ored, wus then allowed to change his plea to guilty. Sentence wus postponed until this morning. Court adjourned lit this time, It be ing nearly 5 o'clock. HtO.M JUL TO COlItT. Kvery Precaution Taken liy Sheriff. yesterday. One of the most Interesting r.ialters In connection with tho opening of the superior criminal court yesterday af ternoon was the bundling of the no- used. There were sixty-two prlson rs, and they all had to bo brought fn from tho Whalley avenue jail, Kv- ry precaution was taken for the safe guarding of the men. Th.'y wero transported to the court house in two barges, one of which mado two trips. The larger of the two, holding twenty prisoners, left the Jail shortly nter 12 o'clock, It was In chargo of threo deputy sheriffs Spiegel, Hint, and Farrell. A few minutes after tho first barge left the Jail, the second barge left. On It were the five wom 'ti pris oners to be held In court nnd seven men. The barge was In charge of Sheriff Philip Hugo and Iicputy Sher iffs Smith of Ansot.M, and lloyt of Derby. After that tlio first bargo made a second trip to tho Jail nnd brought In the remaining twen'y men, The prisoners were shackled to gether by handcuffs punched lo a strong steel chain. They were hand cuffed and unhendenffod In the ante room of Hie court. There was a largo crowd of the curious present wh"ii tho prisoners arrived and a much larger one when they departed ngiln after court was over. At the latter time the street was crowded pearly down to Court street. Sheriff Iliuo suc ceeded in making a good play after ourt when he took the live women prisoners out of court by way of the police station on Court str-u and then back to tho Jail by 'he trolley cars. In that way they cseap.-d the eyes of tlio crowd. All but nine of the fheriffs in the county were busy yesterday about the court house In one rapacity or anoth er. No less than eleven of them were present In the criminal superior court. Two of them were even .rationed In the callerv of the court room to see to It that order was preserved there. Two were In the civil side of the su perlor court and another two In the court of common pleas. That made a total of fifteen nt Hip court, 'houst There are twenty-four sheriffs In the county altogether. Sheriff Hugo bad the men conveyed bv deputies, armed this time. Gener ally the deputy sheriffs bringing men to the court room of the criminal sit perlor cirt. have nor regarded an armed guard as being necessary. THK Jl lt V PAN FT, Those Who Will Pns Judgment In Hip Criminal Court. The jury panel for the criminal sn perlor court was given nut In tlio dork's oflico yesterday afternoon, The nry will report this afternoon. The list of tho Jury Is as follows: prospect, Minor Hlaokman, David M. I'himb; Seymour, Chirk Chi'.lleld, Wllmot D. Ingcrsnll, Horatio .1. Cham berlnln; Soulhhury, Franklin D. Mradley, Edward L. Mitchell, '', Le- roy Mitchell ; Walllngford, Hugh Prior, Linus H. Hall, John P. Steenson; Waterbury, Anthony H. Hl.i, -kliurn, Charles H. Lee, Valentine rtohl; Wol cott, John R. S. Todd, Charles E. Morse; Wnodbrldge, Charles A. Rar ker. WOULD GIVE MILLIONS TO STOP INQUIRY (Continued from First Pago.) of the Lake boat anil that he bad cir culars prepared. He thought It perfect ly legitimate to further the Interests of his company In this manner, Mr. Lake denied that his company ever spent a rent, lo subsidize the' pub lic press or that It had In any way at tempted to Improperly Influence any member of congress. Mr. Lake denied the statement, of Isaac L. Rice, president, of tlio Electric Moat company, made before the com mittee to the effect, that the Lake com pany had offered to sell out to the Electric company, the sale to be made contingent to the stopping or the pres ent. Investigation. He had been ap proached, he said, by persons who as sumed to buy out the Electric com pany and Uiu Vk'kers-Maxliu company ,-fe5(BMB.$r'- ANNUAL APRIL SALE . .. LADIES' WAISTS $1.50 Lnwn Waists, 05c. $4.f0 Lingerie Wnists, $2.95. $3.09 Lltipn Waists, $1.40. $(5.00 Lingcrlo Waists, $3.95. Finn Im ported Lingeries, linnd-embroldered, Messallnes and dainty Nets many 'us low as half-price, Included In sala Is also the entire "sninplo lino" of ono of the largest and best factories Those waists were ordered tlireft months ago, when manufacturers wero willing lo make big concessions In ' price for largo orders. Sale, offers exceptional values ut a most opportune time. In TAILORED SUITS, LADIES' COATS, SEP ARATE SKIRTS, JUNIOR SUITS and CHILDREN'S COATS and DRESSES, departments are complete, assortments very attractive. Furs Stored Free! Where garments are made over or remodeled . during summer wo make no charge for Htorage.' Friend E. Brooks. non't forget the nddre, 746 Chapel Street. Telephone 003-3. Room 7. up ono flight. of London, with propositions to buy out the Lake company out declined to n.i mo a price. Among those who came to him, ho mild, were Charles It. Flint nnd O. D. Ilrown. Mr. Lake said he told Mr. Flint Hint his company lind nothing to do with tho Investigation and did' not believe they could step It. Mr. Flint, according to Hie witness, told him Hint tho Electric Ront com pany would give him one million dol lars In preferred slock nnd two million dollars In common stock If ho (Lake) would turn his United States patents over to. them nnd uso his Influence to stop tho Investigation. "My reply was," continued Mr. I,akP, "that tho proposition did not Intprest me. Mr. Flint Inter told nip they were disposed to give a million dollars In cash. I told him 1 did not believe tho eompnny had that much money on hand, nnd I held n nolo of theirs which they had renewed." Mr. Lake sail he thought tho offer was not made In good faith; that the A Woman?s Health Is a heritjige too sacred to be experimented with. For her peculiar and ddTchUe aiWnts only medicines of known composition and which cqn taiir,n alco4jQjNmcotic3, or other harmful or habit-forming drugs'; should Bftjrjtnploy5 The one medicine which fulfills all these require ments is Dr.. Tierce's Favorite Prescription a remedy with a record of over forty years of cures to recommend it ; a remedy, the makers of which print its formula on every hottle-wrannerand attest its romplete ness and correctness under oath; a remedy devised and adapted to worn ; an's delicate constitution by an educated physician an experienced specialist in woman's diseases; a remedy, every ingredient of which has received the written endorsement of the most eminent medical writer of all the several schools of practice for the cufe of woman's peeulhr; , diseases; a. rejnedy which has more bona-fide cures to its credit than any Qther sold by druggists for woman's special requirements. It is not! given away in the form of ".trial bottles" to be experimented with, but; is sold at a fair price by all dealers in medicines. TVlicate.wpak, nervous women should especially shun the use of alcoholic medicines which, from their stimulat ing and exhilarating effects may seem, for a time, to do good, hut which from the inevitable effecls of the alcohol in shrinking np the red corpuscles of the blood are sure to do great and lasting harm in the long run. Besides they beget a craving for stimulants which ie most deplorable. Only invigorating and nerve strength ening effects can follow te use of this famous medicine for women. It can not possibly do harm in any state or Condition of the system. It has been Carefully adapted to woman's needs by in experienced physicinn a speciality ta their diseases. It makes weak wom en strong and sick women well. If a woman has hearing down, or dragging pains, low down in the abdo men, or pelvis, backache, frequent headacheB, dizzy of fainting spplls, is nervous nnd easily startled, has gnaw ing feeling in stomach, sees imaginary floating specks, or spots before her eyes, has melancholia, or "blues," or a weakening disagreeable drain from pel vic organs, she can mnko no mistake by resorting to the use of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. It will invigor ate nnd tone up the wholn system and especially the pelvic organs. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Terseription is a scientific medicine, carefully devised by an experienced and skillful physi cinn, and adapted to woman's delicate system. It is made of native American medicinal roots and is perfectly harm less in its effecls in any condition of the female system. As a powerful invigorating tonic," Fa vorite Prescription " imparts strength to the whole system " and to the organs distinctly feminine in particular. For over-worked, "worn-out," run-down," debilitated teachers, milliners, dress makers, seamstresses, "shop-girls," bouso-keeperB, nursing mothers! and ccmpany had some ulterior motive. H told of a libel suit brought against his company by tha Electric company ow ing to a circular he had sent the di rectors of the Lake company contain ing nn extract of a report from a naval officer on the Holland boat. He had failed to put tho extract In quota tion marks and that tho Electric com pany had seized their possessions lit Connecticut, requiring the Lake eom pnny to glvo an Indemnity bond to re cover them. The suit, her said, had never been pressed. , Chairman Bnutell said that no mem ber of the committee had any Idea that the Lake company Instlgnted the pres ent Investigation or encouraged It. In reply to a question propounded by Mr. Lllley, Mr. Lake said that his com pnny would build boats for $745 a ton, If they could . not gel more; ,, but he thought this' price too smnll. .j , Mr. Lake claimed Hint under the bill, as reported by Hie naval committee, his company Is shut out from competition. The hearing will be resumed to-morrow. feeble women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon, being unequaled as an ' appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. As a soothing and strengthening ner vine "Favorite Prescription" is un equaled and is invaluable in allaying and subduing nervous excitability, ir ritability, nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, St.Vitus's dance, and other distressing, nprvous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease of the uterus. It induces refreshing steep and relieves mental anxiety and des pondency. No woman suffering from any of tho above symptoms can afford to accept any secret nostrum or medicine of un known composition, as a substitute for a medicine like Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription, which is OF known COM pohition and has a record of over forty years of cures and sells more largely to-day than ever before. Its makers withhold no secrets from their patients, believing open publicity io be the very best guaranty of merit. Dr. Tierco invites all suffering women to consult him by letter free of charge. All letters of consultation are held as strictly private and sacredly confiden tial and all answers are returned in plain, sealed envelopes. Address: Dr, R. V. PierceInvalids' Hotel and Sur gical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation. Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the disease. One'Tellat" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathar tic. Druggists sell them, and nothing is "just as good." They are tha original Little Liver Pills first put tip bv old Dr. Pierce over 40 years agft. Much imitated, but never equaled. They are tiny sugnr-coated granules easy to take as candy. Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page illus trated Common Sense Medical Adviser will be sent free, paper-bound, for 21 one-cent stamps, or cloth-bound for 31 , stauuuu Address Dr. Tierce as above.