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It is Foul BIcvd't Adrertist-
But It 13 'eon Cured by Hoeda
tha advert meat A foul Uuml. It la the
acoarf ef tb world eflVmilve, palatal,
acbilltattn. aubborn tad) U Kara
Oalward plieatione da Bui tara, titty
ealy drtva I be diSk-alty t Kf naartera,
EatoUlenW aay radiate, laer cannot
abollaa lb evil. There la bet eoa tare
tray ant, tad that la to eliminate tba
taint from tba blood.
Thra la ona ramedy that ran effect this,
nS It la tba only ona that, ao tar aa wi
know, baa almant lavtrlahly iaecod
vn where tba ytm baa bm pnfcnn4
by long year tt Uiat, and tba ravage ta
ba repaired ara trtnyndoa. Tbat remedy
la llft'a!araparnia. Rradthla:
. MMy daughter w tfnicUd with Itn-
pnra blond. There were runnlr? aorae
all aver her body and thry rasped her
morn suffering. W tried mcdiein tbat
war racomiaendrd a blood purifiers,
but eould not ara that th"y did any good,
A friend told m (boat Hood's Far pa
rtita tad I beir" (Wins the glrlthiamed
fcritoe. Tba ratt waa tbat the waa per
fectly cured after taking a few boUka.
Bha baa bad ao symptoms of errotata
aoraa aloe tbat time." M.taiETTA M
Bjkth, South. Mldd;ebor,.t4ss.
ITUUUU 9 parilla
1 Ota br-lh faJ tba Ona Trae Band rur'Jer.
lmtt apntt nMtto'at tke au aiibitltut.
Hood's Pills KJ?ZZt$,
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fvimfw, nar ai-ca.
guffeno J. Burna
Bar. SU and M&naso
property. Ccllcct Rcqu.
The cli firo and t!tre
tried comoaayt reprc
ented. Kates u low
Many reliable company
Toat Patroaafft la BoUftllad. .
oaoa UN, fMoad at.
Bira nttuat BAtat taa
AppfT mtn ! aaaarTa, fclaaaMAlyahaattiaa. aa
aaaiaai Prr,v t-v avU I ait-aaia. T ""u
ELT auoTUkita, at Wama av, Bat lark Ctt
tre the most fatal cf d)
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
cr money refunded. Con
tilns remedies rccoIzed
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
tYfet) sac tod Sm,
A LITEIlAliy BURGLAR.
His Fatal Story of a Fatal
uxM its Armas n rmsox.
Aa laWnraUd Utter U Dia SMcrClvca
tba SkHaiia at a Utalalght Hardar Daw
Ha rlt Betora aad AfUa tha Criaaa.
"A Ufa r a Ufa."
Tba litrrnry Lr.rgUr wbo vrltra bow ba
JrrN Jrt a ba It about tommrulta criir.e.
and bo prr.a a drarrlptlon of bit re2t-
Uona, of bit rcrr.anv anduf bla boorthurn-
In a after tba deed ia done, la crrtainly a
brttv-.i-M-tion. mb a Lbruonicixin U
lXfaUr John -Ulaa Wiliiam
UoialfoTd, twiw In tb Uhlo icnltrntlary.
Tba lnnu!ri)t wbkh HlKpir.t wiv.k
I rf.nw iBtn ll liR-i1i n i.f th Ti.lnln
tktcrriTia, and an a Lutein dnrutiM-nt It
amat Lo t ahi.rl.li"K lirrt t tu crim'iKil
tgUti and tn tud. eta of bunion frnturo
f-m rally. Tno ivauing ci K iKTfsnrily
irutuit. tnr ininiry as to the writer's fUo-
tlva Id pulna u thia atrutiuo inni-ht Into
tba rrinnnal mind at the Irtaut of. a Co-
Il!rl llul InaJlnjt. am It tl:c Lnr
aUr'f I'ThIc In LU irkhlrh lino thus
found rsmW.n? V.ta It tjo frlnmour cf
tl. ntiuii hnh tiitl liim In its m 11, or
w u It tixQ ly tha f.itul "itch for cirib-
Ulfn 'bi U La olrtadycliiiuiod to m:niy
mil rtKinlrg k-tiins, Li:t uh until
r w lint iHVt-r Iatukd anrbIy in a tirlswin
rtU; At any att U lltrmry l yr-br luit
now tiiado bia ib l.ut In tl Ci'bl of nlno-
Tith nnturr lit. ruturr, and what be
baa trrltu i la IK ik tlon citbtT, but toUr.
l!l!uir' luiwiuarriLt, which wn lntr-
cr(trd in an - ijiivaa Mcknuo iktit to Lit
Mr In Jki.Q. Mich., Ula tbo ttnry of
tbalny-trajnt Lurt!ary at AdrLin, Mich.,
but Aftil. -bin cx-Alrtmian Laild was
tLot liya Liirelar, tl)o Wfitind ultiuiatcly
n-m!tii. In JMh. ASWlfortl u now in
ptx iirMbrroinsr a,nt. ut tr anutbir
rrinuN tit ill bo trl.d fur tl.e IjuM nuir-
d-r wbca Uiat na nra baa expired, and
the mannairit't -nil Us Untl aa cUiIukt
whlrhwill turrly ronrt blin. Hero I
tba litrrary LbrtiW'a own borratiT of
tbat HH-nximl lo tntdy :
"It wa awnrm nisht In -urinttinic.
Tba aour was atwut S a. bt. I wat aland'
pi-n Arty v1 trtt''Vfr?-y$ryv
In a and r a troo In a city, where tLc cleo
trie libt wat cut off In such a manner
tbat b patarrliyconld tramly havo noticvd
ma. The re wan thrbou.rIJiad determined
to rb tbat morning, aa I wan tatKfid
there wat enough to make the Job a prollt
able onr, wiatb tbe danger it involved.
Int wbila nMdltatiiig t!pon my plant
I began thinking of my U td life. Viv
ally there came to ufj mind the oft repeat
ed waminKs of my mother to refrain from
aovarlatl. nwlth eviliL-rra and Uvomo a
man t.f whom the could think In pride.
."nHd. aly there rnmo to my mind that
rblMhwd prayer I to cftca repeated at my
"!fow 1 lay me do a to tlcep.
t 1 pray tlx- aiy mul to lup.
If 1 ahH illo l k rr I wake,
I pray tuc Lot J tj aocl to take.
"How thorn w.nU tfcrilkd mcl I had
not thou(:hl4 them for ypora. At reveries
of my aapai mother's adiiKtnKiona came
to lilnd I was tuvptcd to dctist from my
evil intention. 1 Would rravo my wlck
rdnraa and be a man of honor from that
"Then aroMi In my mind many of tho
bitter thing that coiiio Into mntiy men's
lives, and my l etter naturcTbevan to rebel
agalnat tho whler!ngs of the evil one.
lint tho voice, of tho tempter too
strong, and. rbeklng down all thought of
right, I started toward tbo botuo I had
deckled to 1Mb.
"Once again my mind reverted to my
mother and her buenna t.uiKlit me In my
ctildhood. Why did I tMnk of thote things
ao continually that night Again I started
toward the hauae and cast aside all my
Biora wbolcaome thoughts.
"rxm 1 was at the bou.4. In a moment,
after rveonmitcricg, tbo window on ona
sk of the bourn baM.rn raixd. A mo
sncut mere I wat Inside. The apartments
wtratlrirviUy furtil-hrW and the perfume
cf many flowers was wafted to me. There
lay buaband and wife sweetly sleeping,
wKh ao antpiclona that the toiua tbey
kivrd to well was Ulng deapioiled.
I sat down near a dreneer, but before
rrorerding wttb my work once more those
tbooghie if rrgnt eama to me, seemingly
alls IK4M (titer Uun bin. AKalnwas
1 balf Induetd to give tip my nefariouj
nndtrtakicg. jukl2y retreat front the
booaa anj abandon tba lifo I h.vl drifted
Into. Now 1 would goon tinea X bad cone
I ! gatkuvd an torh talurlUa aa came
1 aallKIa a .-trf TV. A w I
. . .... w.ii ivwwi unu
ban committed and I wat abort to kava
tba bout when a ru:ling r.lc In tbe di
recMoa of the brd atrrtctrd my at Un if on.
t waa dlarovcrriL Thj man of tbe hooae
waa titling up la Led. and I waa tn a di
trsama. lXarovvry meant detect km, ar
!l drew my rrvolnr, a .12 caliber, point
ad It at biro and fired. Tba ball t track
alia ka tba brraA. and ba fell back to tba
bed aa I nk kly left Cm premises.
"Ootaide thoogbta U rrtnom fUlcd my
Uarl 'A lift for a Ufa.' That is what It
awaat bow. I bad klikd Btaa, taken a
aanaaa Ufa aad I woald be to pay tba
Beaajty. A Ufa fra llf That la what
It meant. Ob, what focllnga of mnorw
rmo( n.a to my very puull I threw taa
tTolT-r awnr. That cknnM nrt ahnar nn
atnint ma aa a nilcnt wit no.
"I wandTcd far awny from the rrCTia of
mr criiuo. but I mnU Mil .tint It
tny inind. On and on I went, but tbe
uxnpct, -a nia iot a uic,' Kept ringing in
Bir Cart aa though lainplnlr m-.. rmrn.
InK It at ma wherever I went.
bo Bt afternoon, whilo palntt a
rnnrtrrr. I ovart&ik a i;ttt ot.l minir
Kbo bad lost bor mother. I took her by tbe
band and together we went into the ceme
tery. There over a new inade grave
ttood a widow weaplng. dt waa her child,
and tba little ono was torin restored to her
parent. a i Journeyed on I could but
think of another wlilnw thai arnuM awn
Le weepipg over another new irravw.
JJUi i cave Uten captmed. TheofH
ceTJ of the law have found thn vmimn
and it stands out npninnt ine as an aveng-
inn .Ncnic ii A lac for a life. I must
pay tbe prnalty. I aiu convicted and must
i li;iic ia rrune. A UIO lor a iilo.
"UiuJA?i WoourouD, alius Jons Hig-
Coffin Cailt Like a Ttoat.
A curiosity in the way cf coffins 1 at
present on view in nn establishment in
Liverpool, where it was constructed no
cording to the design and order of, to it Is
said, on ndiniral of the ISritl.-h fluet This
a.lnilnil't L-v-t mooring placois in the form
of a Rayly raftited, trim built wherry. It
Is tf ntninn build, and Is In all reepects
constrnited on tho lines of an ordinary
doulile cndod lifcliont, without perhaps
quite as mcch sheer as is uuully fuund in
ruch craft This boat coflin is ear aval
built mid seven feet long, nnd will be
pointed, lifco an old man-of-wnr, with
Hack nnd white portholes. Life lines w ill
lo fljel round her, and whin completed
fhe will prxent a very tidy, seaworthy
arpenrnneo. Two onrg are to lx inipplicd,
and ruddi r and tiller will bo duly litttd.
Tbo Wood tiad Is 1 ino, west Africa imi
hogany, oak nnd elm. This la sur posed to
bathe first clipper built ccEa ever con
lagrcions Ftamp fiwladle.
An Ingenious stamn swindlo has been
dUweoveted by tho rxtid aatborltlea. It
ronkUts of painting a trnnsiipreiit piece of
pnier over a stanrp oTter it bas beeji nllix-
rd to a letter. Too Manin defneinu nia-
chinc, of course, doa-a not destroy the
(tamp, nnd it enn. ha ured ne.lin. The
aptriul Inpecto of tho postoflico depart'
mcnt any that tho rwindle has not Iran
ejtenively worked, end cow that they
ye apprirui of It tiny can easily stop Ik
THE -MORGUE WAS ROBBED.
A College I'rcfeaaor. ladirtrd For Steal
ing a C adaver, Llenira Kit Cirtlt,
The cruntl jury of Coot count v. Ills..
the other dav indicted I'rofesscr Willi.ini
Smith of the Kirlisvillo (Mo.) college for
tho 4ll'eTy of the Dunning morgue on
Jet. SI hit. With him it was voted to
hold Henry finch, tho watchman, nnd
John Luilen, tho teamster, to await tri;d
in tbe eniirtK.
Tho charge ttpon which the indictments
were voted was burglary, nnd not body
staTillng. It seems that under tho lawt of
IllinoiiMi human Imdy has no value unless
It Is in a grave. The theft of bodies out
fldo r.f gravis is not l.irccny, but the
ghoub who visited tho Dunning morgue
l4roko oin a door nnd took away with
them tho hrouild which tho bodies
AccordirK to tho story told the grand
mith barred from sitmo source
that bodies could bo arciirvdjit Dunning,
This inforuiact saw Vlrich "and made i
bargain with him. Hmith and his com
panion came on from Kirkbvillo and, ac
cording to Llrich s stattiiiicut, met bim
rEonsfoa wnjjin sjirra.
svlf and Stico at Stlrte't bou.00. Virion
tdd tbem where to find Ludes. The party
aeparated and tbat night joined Ludea,
a bo bad the empty ttunks On his wagon
at a salo3B Dear the morgue. They broke
open toe door, stole four bodies and took
them to an euTpty bourn near by. Here
tbey Injected an embalming fluid, iaokcd
tbtau tn tbe trunks, and left Lades, wbo
kept tbem that aifbt in bis barn. Tbo
next day they were shipped by Wcllt-Pargo
eaprcsa to ttimvuie.
yrofta-scr Smith aaarrtt his Innorcnre
and says all ba knows about the body
matching it what be baa read la tbe news
THE CUNNING HEATUEN
How John Chinaman Hoodwinks
Uncle Sam's Officers.
EVADES SHE EXCLUSION ACT.
Exercises Great Ingenuity In Smaggling
Hie CoaatrjrmeB Over tha Border Ex
aerleaeaa of a I'nited States Uarahal Ia
Clrcomveatlag the Wily Celestlala.
The Chinaman seldom attemuts to work
tho same gamo twice when it bas onco
been detected. Ho immediately changes
his taotics and operates in an entirely dif
ferent manner. It is In concocting new
schemes to get around the exclusion act
and to hoodwink tho federal authorities
that the Chinamen show what cunning
lenowg tncy are, nnd while discussing thi9
tehemo the other day United States Dep
uty Marshal Daniel J. Scholl said to a
Denver Republican man that a Chinaman
could think up schemes an American
EXPOSED THE FACE OF THE CHINAMAN.
would not think him capable of. lie hat
uaa years or experience with Cbiuaincn
and their cunning work to smugglo in
their fcllcw cniautrymcn in violation of
the law. ne said hundreds of Chinamen
ore smuggled luto the United States across
the St. Lawrence river, and told the Jol
lowing interesting story of how they do it:
"Tbo Chinamen we catch como to Can
ada from China. The Canadian govern
ment bas no law prohibiting thorn com
Imt to that country, but makes tbem pay
$ iu if they Intend ta remain there. They
havo 30 days in which to pay this sum,
Tbnao who intend making tho United
States their future home goto Canada nnd
aro then SlllUelul nem&a thn linn mwl
shipped to somo largo city by a company
o vniiicso wnicn maKes mat illegal tratlio
ita business. This company takes them
acres tho .St. Lawrence river lit night in
a boat, landing thein near some small
"There thev have mrnnn ftiiaeif1M.fif9v
to meet them, nud when the boat reaches
tho fihoro they nro put in n wagon and
cnrriatl to thn milnviri tt itlnn 'rim..
are put on board tho train anil taken to
orK eiry ny a wnito man, who acU
as their guide and delivers them at a des
ignated nddros. 0:icc they arrive in New
York city it 1.4 impossible to rateb. them,
as their fellow countrymen hido them
from the oliiccrs of tho Liw as long na
there Is nny danger of their U'ing caught.
"One of tho Chinamen I took west tho
other day w as a fellow 0 feet 4 Inches tall,
Brre.tcd by olio of our dcptitfs on tho
train at Albany. lio was disguised ns a
woman, having a dress on over his clothes,
a Veil on his fncn. nnil in nn linn.1 n
ricd a lady's hnnd bag. Delng so tall ho
exciicu iua suspicions of tho trainmen,
and w hile looking at him ono of tho train
crew caught sight of his yellow neck, the
tell not coming down to tho collar of tho
waist bo wore. Tho man mirtiustcd some
thing was wrong and telegraphed to Al
bany. When tho train pulled into tho do
pot. Deputy Marshal Swing stepped
aboard, and walkinir nn to thn f'nm.iinn
who was seated alongside tho Chinaman
asked him w hero ho w as going. Ho re
plied that ho and his wifo were going to
New York. Swinir then stntni..! Inmnnl
pulled up tho veil and exposed tho face of
. I. - ....
iuo viiiiiaman. lioin were -arrested, and
Lfet month this man was sentenced to fix
months In jail nnd to pay n fine of $100.
"Before being sentenced the man Enid
tbat ho lived In Canada, was a married
man, out of work, with a family to sup
port. Ono day au ugent of tho company
which I spoke of como to him and told
him that if he would take a rhi liAtnnn in
New York ho was to havo nil his expenses
paiu 00m ways ana receive $30 for his
three days' work utxin his return, thn
company ogrecing to disguise tho man as
a woman and deliver him on board the
"To show you howento thnsnChinmnpn
are, I will recite another Instance which
is but ono In a hundred. A few years ago
a deputy wns taking four Chinamen to
the coaat for deportation. Tho Chinamen's
friends learned of their condition, and
telegraphed to friends In Montana to lay
some trap to help those four follows to 6kip
from tho officers. While journeying
through Montana four Chinamen Rot on
tho train at a certain town nnd cnf. in thn
car where the deputy and his two guards
iucir prisoners, -i ne deputy paid no
attention to those four Chinamen. After
mcy naa been on tho train for two hours
four Chinamen got up and got off at t
Til III I t41Wn Vn .ttAnlUn . ! . .
1 - - www.i.suu nun W1U vvJ
1 theso fellows, tbe detmtv
1 1 11 j
ure cne iour wno got on further up tho
nmu. Alter going otxiut 100 miles the
other four got up and started to get off.
As the deputy stopped them they laughed
at him, and puttfng their bands Into their
clothes pulled out their certificates, show
ing him that his men ttat off at tho nth.
station. Ue could not hold them, as ho
couia not prove tney bad aided the origi
nal four to escape, as they simply came
into the car and cat down. He spent sev
eral dayt hunting for bis Chinamen, but
never found them.
" Last July the same kind of a game was
attempted etwne as I wenWAwough with
tome Chinamen for deportation. When I
arrived at Buffalo a certain man gave me
a tip tbat some Chinamen were going to
take my men from me by some means that
uc uia not snow. 1 inanfcod him, and
said I would see that thcr did not. I at
not got two extra guards to accompany
me. . it nun 1 got to tbo depot before train
titnevl noticed several f:h
Dig around tbe depot I took my China
men in me car anu placed thcra In a seat
at the forward end of the car and left one
guard, not known to the Chinamen, sit
ting in tne car wttb tbem, while I went in
tbe car behind tbat one and watched de
TelotimenU. After awhile tha rhin
I saw on tbe platform came Into tbe car
wncre my cmnamen were. Not seeing
me, the leader of the party took my China
men and placed them in seats at the other
end of the car, while be put his in tbe teat
recently occupied by mine. Tha leader
In the middle of too car, and finally got
c3 at a smnll town. Before leaving Buf
falo I left word to arrest him, should I tel
egraph that my men attempted to escape.
1 had tiosted the train crew that some
thing was np, and they said tbey would
help mc if I needed assistance. I had also
instructed the guard I had left in tho car,
not to pay any attention to the Chinamen
unless they attempted to escape, and in
that event to handcuff tho other men, as I
would look after my man.
"When we got near Dunkirk, N. Y.,
my Chinamen and ono of tho other China
men got np and jumped off the train as it
slowed down for tho station. I was watch
ing them from my car, and as they jumped
off the front end of tho car I leaped from
the forward end of my car, falling on
them. Tho conductor was posted and
stopped tho train. While I was handcuff
ing my men alongside tho railroad track
my guard was going through tho samo
performance with tbo others in the car.
Wo arrested tho two who attempted to as
sist iu the escape, and my deputy took
them back to Rochester whilo I went on
to tho coast with the two for deportation.
At Dunkirk I wired bask to Bullulo for a
deputy to arrest tho other Chinaman who
arranged his fellow men in tho car beforo
ho got off when ho returned to Bullulo.
I afterward learned that ho was arrested
minutes after the other fellows attempt
ed to escape from the train."
HER SMILES WON THE CASE.
Iretty Kentucky 3aidcn Captivated tha
J edge aad Jury.
In chivalrous Kentucky a winsome
young woman charged with tho crime of
selling whisky without a license won im
munity from a f.no or imprisonment by
captivating the hearts of tho jmlgo and
jury wbo tried her. Tho culprit was a
typical mountain beauty 16 years of ogo
and had tho musical and uncommon name
of Alabama Drown. Among her own neo
plo sho is known ns tho "Merry Moun
tain Maid. She appeared In court com
fortably but not gaudily attired nnd
with a most innocent but winsome smile
Tho caso was tried at Covington in the
United States circuit court before Judge
Burr. When the llrst witness was called
on the Eide of tho prosecution tho "Merry
Mountain Maid" bolted from tho prison
ers' chair and w alked up alongsido tho
juilgo. There she stood calmly delimit un
til tho List 0110 was heard, cruss question
lng them after thn prosecution had finish
cd. Sho then took the stand and inform
ed tho jury that sho had given tho wit'
nesses whisky, but that it belonged to her
old grandmother, and that Fhe had not
sold it with tho view of making money
Her manner and actions and that 18 carat
smile had their weight with tho jury,
who wero only out of tho courtroom suffi
ciently lung to write upon the papers, "Not
When tho verdict was read, Miss Ala
bama could hardly contain herself, but
suddenly jumped upon the lloor and want
ed to kiss every ono of the good men who
set her free She was restrained, however,
by ono of the marshals, wbo escorted her
out of tho budding.
NO MERCY FOR MURDERERS.
Banging and Hell Fire Their Portion,
aj a San Francitco Preacher.
Much interest and not a littlo eritieisni
hnvc lieen aroused ainoiii! ministers mid tho
lay fraternity in San Kranseisco by the
nro anu orimsTono punishment which Rev.
R. W. Rovnolds. castor of llollv Park
Presbyterian church, savs is. without
chance of escape, tho portion of every mur
derer. lJr. lieynolds ntteranco was made
nt tho meeting of tiie Presbyterian min
isters and shocked tho brethren into ono
exclumatiou and full silence. Not .i 111 in
istcr of any denomination has been found
who holds with Pastor Reynolds. Uo is
alono in his merciless doctrine.
When scon bv a Chronicle rcnorter. Rev.
Mr. Reynolds spoko freely of his convic
tions on this point. Ho said he did not
wish to be understood as defining and de
limiting UikI's grace, which might bo
boundless, but tho positiou of murderers
and their punishment were specifically laid
down in the Bible, aud it God had 6vlng
graco for them it must bo something that
would bo exercised outside of this world.
Ho seid that ho would continue, to preach
baniring Olid hell flro for mnnlerera.
Furthermore, he believed tbat Christian
r.EY. B. W. REYNOLDS.
ministers fcad no rlfilit to o to murderers
and cvfTor thfni f'hrict n tho! srtnna
- - - - uaa ajta ttua uuu
tell thorn that if they accented him there
would bo salvation for them. He said that
11 a man were a convicted murderer
Should bo left nbgnllltrlv ntnnn chontfl
hanged and should go to his eternal pun
ishment. Mr. Reynolds said ho did not
think there was eueh a thing as a scaffold
repentance, and that what most murderers
said and did after being urged to accept
Christ bv Well flinAnina. hilt. tnicti!.l.w1
ministers simply meant that they wero
sorry mat tncy were in such a plight and
wero fritfhtancd at thn thnnrrht nf Tiiinlh-
mcnt after death. If they were freed, they
wouiu not dc repentant, but would simply
rejoice over tneir escape.
Rev. Mr. Reynolds classes suicides with
murderers amonir those innvitnM? damn
ed, excepting only those self murderers
who are mentally deranged.
He held that crime was increased by tho
niuinuon given to criminals, and that in
a large part ministers were responsible.
Aueyerrca, r.a saia, in promising salva
tion where It would not be given and in
not preaching tbe law and iu penalties.
He arraigned also those lawyers who took
pride In availing themselves of the com
plexities of the law when they knew tbat
their clients were guilty, thereby "wrong
ing the state and society." He Instanced
tbe Durrar.t matter as a case where a
guilty Ban had been permitted to lire for
t wo yean. - ...
MRS. LYNESS ESCAPES
The Hospital and a Fearful
IlospitAlsingreatci tics are sad places
fourths of the patients lying on those
are women and girls.
Y hy should this be the case ?
Decause thev have neglected themselves! Women
as a rule attach too little importance
toms of a certain kind. If they have
they will try to save tho tooth, though
even this too late. They comfort themselves with
the thought that they can replace their
tncy cannot replace their internal organs !
Every one of those patients in the
Had plenty of warnings in the form of bearing-down
feelings, pain at the right or the left of the womb.
nervous dyspepsia, pain in the small
" blues, or some other unnatural symptom, but they
not heed them.
Don't drag along at home or in, the shop nntil you are finally obliged to
go to the hospital and submit to horrible examinations and operations I
Build up the female organs. Lydta H 1'inkham's Vegetable Compound will
save you from the hospitaL It will put new life into you.
The following letter allows how Mrs. Lyness escaped the hospital and as 1
Lydia K. l'inkham s Vegetable Compound, and
after one week I began to recover and steadily improved until I was cured
completely. By taking the Pinkham medicine, I avoided an operation which
the doctor said I would certainly have to undergo. I am gaining every day
and will chtcrfully tell anyone what you have done for me." Mas. Tho
Lyxess, 10 Frederick St, Ecchestcr, N. Y.
ON ALL FUR CAPES AT
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GLOYE MA f 1 uTOBE.
1605 Second Avenue.
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
FItb Par Cent Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Baal XstaU Saomrity.
J II Batata, Piaalewnt.
oba Otaaaaeh. Vice natidtaa.
to visit. Three-
snow - white beds
to first symp
of the back, the
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lid 'I I .1
fearful operation. Her experience should encourage
other women to follow her example. She saya
to Mrs. IHukham :
thank yon very much for what yon have
for me, for 1 had given np in despair.
Last February, I had a miscarriage caused
by overwork. It affected my heart, caused
mc to have sinking spells three to four a
day. lasting sometimes half a day. I
could not be left alone. I flowed con
stantly. The doctor called twice a day
a week, and once a day for four weeks,
three or four times a 'week for four
months. Finally he said I would have to un
dergo an operation. Then I commenced taking
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