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11 PORTRAITS OF 'Iri'-IE C-U- -RED..=;e, -B.???-??s?'j?jLJL.)? 'LPi. ??i_Jilt <UU-a?i'j?e '?-? ?'  Portraits of some Jken and Women, Cured, when ordinary Medicine Failed, by DRo WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. T"'1.r.r-T. REMARKABLE ESCAPE IN WALES SERIOUS EFFECTS OF A CHILL. The proprietors of the "South Wales Times and Star of Gwent" sent a representative recently to interrogate AL-. John William Locke, of Seyoorwen, a young man of 22 years, employed as a gardener at Scyborwen. Mr. Locke stated "I was taken ill a.t Grckliov,-ell whilst busy at work twelve months ago. I got wet through, caught a severe chill, which brought on pains in the legs and headache, and pains in my left side too. I soon had to stop work. Doctors gave me medicine, but it did me no good, and I was ill for several months. I could scarcely eat any- thing. and I w¿¡; or • contmnal icho from my head downwards. Then I was recommended to try Dr. Williams? Fink Pills ior Pale People, and got a box from Newport. I was so bad that it was some ten da.ys before I felt better, bur in three weeks all the symptoms disappeared, and in a month I was able to go to work. I took three boxes in all, and now feel quite well. HEART DISEASE CGRED. Miss Elizabeth Stone, of Dunchideock, Devon- shire, is, a is her mother told tho "Daily Western Times," twenty-three years old. Mrs. Stona is happy in the knowldgj that her daughter has recovered her health after a long period of suffer- ing. "My daughter," she said, "was taken ill nearly three years ago with fainting tits. She used to bocp fain-ting away, and gradually got, worse. She lost her appetite. and could not sleep at rignt, ilDT eat, nor walk, nor anything else. All seals of medicines seemed of no avail. To go up a flight of stairs (owing to the state of hei heart) would nearly kill her; she had no colour and was like a corpse. But I had been reading the "Western Times," and saw an account in it of Br. Williams' Pink Piila for I-'als Peonio, and the numerous cases of fainting and weak heart they had cured, and it struck me iic-s was a similar case. I sent for a baa. Before half a box was taken she sould eat, and walk about without trouble. After persevering with them, she has 'picked up -wonderfully. Everyone who saw her after she bad taken Dr. WTilhi'ras' Pink i Pills uidn't. kw where she liad been to look I Ii.) wtii ageif, 'INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, AN?EMIA? AND* INDIGESTION. MiM Sarah E. Gcugh. of SL L&onard'a, has ?llad a narrow escape from de?tb. and a reporter of the "Hastings Observer" vssited her. a pre- possessing, rosy-faced young woman, locking the picture of health. "I used to Rbe said, "and was ill for four or fivo months. I got worse, and was so weak that I could not walk about. I usei to wish I could die. I could rot eat anything without being sick, and for two or tnreo days I would go without anything to eat at ail. When I ..čnt upstairs I had to go up one or two at a time aad tben take a rest. 1 had no breath for walking. I lost all my colour; a clever doctor told me that I had not got hali a pint of blood in me. adding that I was on the j verge of consumption. I had to take to- my kd —I could not stand. The doctor tried my heart. and said it was very weak. I had very bad nal- i pitations, and used to suffer from indigestion. At last I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills fcr Pale People. Every body was telling me of the good they had done. After I had been taking them about a weak I began to feel better. I had more j colour, and regained my strength. My breath j came back, too. I toot: them continuously for al-rjat tv,-o months." ?ad now you fœl quite well?' "Yes, and I &m bstt?r now than ev?r I '?p? in my life, though people used to tell me I was jin consumption." PARALYSED FOR SIX YEARS.  A reporter of t?e? 'T almouth Packet" called j j on Mr. Henry E?er. of Frince-strest, Falmouth, I I? in order to obt?dn a veriScs-tiou of the rumc.un that had circuts.ted. "lJnù afternoon in 1888," said Mr. Elger, "I was preparing to go out for a stroll when a strange sensation came over me suddenly and 1 commenced to stagger. I went to bed and called m a doctor, wno said I !lad had a bad seizure. I was paralysed and completely bedridden for close on six months, and even when I got up could or: lj" just manage to drag myself along with the help ot a stick. For over six years I was like that, unable to work, and i tried all sorts of remedies, ,'L-ni- "tvithout effect. When I attempted to waMs -aaid I could only go a little way-I used to stagger like a drunken man." Iou seem to have changed for the better now." remarked the reporter. "Yes, said Mr. Elger. "About two years ago I read account of a case of paralysis cured by Dr. Willkjns7 Pink Pills for Pale People. 1 had tried almost everything. Well, sir, be- i-eve me, that one box made a difference, so I bought more. and after two. or three boreS I commcnecd to feel more cheerful and vigorous, and could walk without staggering. After 1 ?i?d taken six boxes I gave up my good old ¡ -ick, and Do?. tha.nk God. I can carry a heavy load walk as far aa you like, e&t. drink, and &Ieep well, and attend to my trade." INFLUENZA, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, & ASTHMA. i After being a.n invalid for years, Mrs. James Holroyd. 22, the Pass, Ramsuy-street, Roell. dale. rcovered health and strength with almost startling suddenness. Mr. Hodroyd said to the "Rochdale Times" representative "About seven yc"trs ago my wifa Lad an attack of influenza, ?id Lcver seemed properly to recover from the effects, being much trouMed with shcj?s&ss of ,uf,c;t. bt-? i-?itic h cough e.4-i wit4i shf,,r get a night's rest. Sha could not do the h.u*e hold washing or anything cf that sort, and I and my eldest girl had to do the best we co-uld when we got home from our work in. the evenings. The doctor who attended her some months ago said she was sttSering L-cm chronic bronchitis and asthm" Mrs. Holroyd herself added, "W e thought we would try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, ai they seemed to have cured some wonderlullv oovere case vary much like my own; so we got a box, and after I had been taking them about a week I ventured to do my own washing. I continued to take the Pills, and my pains left-me; my breathing was so much improved that I conid walk up any hill without difficulty, and my cough being relieved I was able to rest at night. WHAT THEY HAVE CURED. Evidence proves the undoubted cure bv Dr. WitJiams' Pink Piils for Pale People of the fol- lowing, among other diseases:—Paralysis, Loco- metor ataxy. Spinal Disease, Anoemia' Poor and eatery Dbcd, Pale and Sallow Complexion, Pa. litaticn of the Heart. Consumption and Decline, General Debility, St. Vitu-9 Dance, Rickets, Loss of Vital ioroes, Rhetmuti-san, sciatica. Neuralgia, Indigestion, Loan of Appe- tite, Afcetr-effeets of Influenza, Chronic iiry- ,s;pela.s, Scrofula, Kidney Disease, Disorders of Women, Hysteria. The only genuine piHs are in a wrapper of pink paper, printed in mi, and bearing the full name, William^ Pink Pills for Pale Peoph" Inside the wrapper are Dr. Williams' Directions ior use, enlcesmg the wooden box or tube, wuich i? about two- inches long and a shade larger round than a salver shilling. In this form alone are they genuine. In case of doubt, it is better to send direct to the Manufacturers, enclosing the price, 2s. 9d for one büx; 138 9<1. for six boxes. Address—Dr. Williams' Medi- cine Company, 46, Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C. i T f Mr. Daline, he t&t Harris caught hold of one of the girls r. iy followed Vale and his party about, trJin-t t the girl away from him. P.C. Variance. orJV: arduiais, stated that on the night of the —■ i he saw Harris bleeding from wounds over cue right eye, on the nose and above the left. elbow. Here the witness produced the coat Mid shirt, shcwhig where the knife had penetrated. When charged with t:13 offemce the defendant tsaid that he was eating cckemut at t-lie time, and had a knife in his hand. He struck Harris, but did not intend to cut him.—Dr. Griffiths s-.tid that his examination of 'complainant disclosed a contused wound over the. left elbow and incised superficial wounds on the bridge of the nose acd uvcr the left eibow. No great force could have been used, as the injuries were of a very slight character. They might have been c-ansed iS stated by the defendant.—The first witness for the defence, Arthur Isaac, of Pontarduiais, said he was with Vale when the assault was alleged to have been committed. Harris and his friend, he stated., followed them along the road, and Hams struck the first blow. While they were straggling William John Williams called out in Welsh, "Don't let him eff so cheap give him another couple. iaF, Sher- 10?k, apreity htti? -iii, -a??d walking with Vale she was accoBteü bv Ea?ris, who asked her "Who is '.he man—Vale or "Not one of yvu," she replied.—Phtebe Thomas, L)oi, ,qte d the other young lady in the case. corroborated the storv of her friend Agnes.—The Bench dis- missed the oase. DOMESTIC AFFAIRS. Emily Rogers, of the Mumbles, applied for a modHtenan-ce order against her huebaiad, John Rogers, on account of ltis alleged desertion on the 6th of Februaty. Mr. G. L. Morgan ap- peared for ths prosecutrix, and Mr. R. T. Ley- ion defended. The wife ltaving de-scribed the circumstances of the iesertion, was sxrbjected to a minute car-ces-tsaciinati-on by Mr. Leysco, l in the course of vhici it 1H!B suggested that the husband had driven from home by her pa.ssi<e,na.te temper.—,f olm Rogers then went into tine box and described his el>ort period of marital bliss. He stated that ho v/s neglEcted and ill-treated in eveiy way, a-nd akoe. that 116 v, a indu lge-i in smitng him in the face with a wet dish-cloth, he knew nothing of his wife's ill-temper before m&i rio.g-e.—Mr. Morgan She was quite all ;lg,l then ?—Defendant Yes, sir—proper." \Shen he changed his place of residence he ask.ee his wife to come with him, but she refused.—Further light was t-hrowa on the relations between the pariiea by lLr. arid Mi". Jenkins, of tho Mumbles.—The Bench j considered the desertion proved and granted I a senrzfAion order, Vit, maintenance at the 1,tB of Bs. per met. 1-. F1CSTERAS. "\7". J. Edwards and John Jones, both, of Moirlstcn. and E Bidder, of the Mumbles, were fined 6d caih, with coi-rts amounting to 4s. 6d. ni each ose, for setting off firew-crks on the pJblio h.ighvay. The Bench stated that the practi(J3 wa-s rest dangerous to tba public, as it fi-equ--ntV horses to take fright. For a b???-?" of the PI zzlin" order T?n?is? Evans, of '"rehocth-, VMS mulcted in the sum cf ICs. 17??' Scholar, of Llonigyfelach, was chM-?cd Wi? J-'?R? dn?k and di?.r.y-'y at Mof-isb?, 'a'-? ?3's Sn?d 15s.. ir.c.ludi-'g cc?ts. HemV' Hit??r?, of :Mon-lstcn, for a cLunk, S uncomplicatsh by anything in the ?at?u'e of miscsmduct-. ordered to pay the ocKts. ? vh?' c a. simz'" <?-?B'cc ra 1ic2r.sm prc?Ks cost William ^riffitlic, a Treharris ccllier, ICs. Thursday. B^0TG Mr. J. Coke Fowler (Stipen- Afr. W:lli, and F. Bradford. iVrUNI DISOTtDERLY. I Nelson Martian, Fiebor-st-reet, Peamaa, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Defendant said 1? remembered nothin.g- about it, and wa-3 fined 7B. 0d.—Richard 2tlorgan, of Tredegar, was chrged with being drunk and disorderly and %vilh :2.0, Ix^ ayes whilst ill the esec,-on of his duty. Defendant said he was a r,tra:ger in the towa, but he did not know anythin. of the occnmiice M ho had taken a drop of b'r. hiued 78. Gd. or fire (iavs.- Catherine ng¡3. Scyborfach-strert, was charged with being01"1111-^ :1.11 dieorcteriy. P. O. Lloyd said he deioi;dant very drunk and also tiding very bA language. Mrs. Burgess wept bîti;al, in t:;c ioek, but this did not preyed a &ic of 76 Cd: RvadayKb.? haF?d.— Alfred Prei-slev, 5, .Junes' -ccnrt, a. labourer, was chargcd with being -rusk and thsordorly m Cai- vert-atreet. P.C. "Ipw?r? proved the chaise, out defendant denied tiat ho was drunk. Fined 7s. 6d. or five days. "TEE RIPPER." I Timothy Martin, :plnmbe]', omo?-xr.d n?dress, was charged with *ing drunk and disorderly cn the OyctenMutt-?d. P.O. Price sa.id ho saw defendant druni ?? ringing the b?ll at U.a prison daman ding it ueY- to pay his fare to Llan- elly. Defendant aj are(I in the dock with a rug en having torn his -i to shreds in the cells. When asked if he h)l anything to say defendant, who spoke with s Strang Irish accent, caid ho had only just cone out of prison. He went haele to the latter pl&e and asked the govenor to pay his fai-e to Llar-Hy, bat ho only chueked him out. He was yet drunk, but P. C. Johns, who was in charge -Orfoirl-sti^et, Ststioi), proved, dLSax-iit, and Aid defendant tore his oiothee up I to spito the go'enor of tho jail. Fined iOii. or days. Ho wen back below. PIGEON STEALING. I Char leu Dis/n, a. coloured man, residing d Boariort Housf, Sti-iind, was charged with steai- j ing a fwd aat- some pigeons from soma pereen or persons urknown, and also vv-it-ii stealing 16 pigeons feoia the bade of No. 20, Maiawas- inij-t-eri-a-oe, vilue lOa., tho property of Mr. Walter PliillirA Defendant asltecf for a. remazid to get witnes, wliich was granted; the case to be heard asradi on Monday next. Tl-TE V ATOK STEALING CASE. Wm. Antlony, Marinsr-street, was chai'ged on rcr.iaai wth stealing a silver watch, valae £ 2 17s. ard 8s. in silver, in Pentreguinea-road, OIl the 9ti inst, the property of Benjamin Davies. loom the evidence, it appeared com- plainant g intoxicated cu Satuirlay night, October 5th. Pta'endant tcx.k him to his lodgings, gave him a br-itio of soda water, which, uobered him, and than took him past of tho way to Foxhole. He mJStd the watch and chal n which it W¿¡.3 proved defendant afterv/ards tried to pawn j ft (1 shop ia Oxford-street* When asked, prisoner said that lii was nt^o gciity, but per- fectly innocent. to the Quai-tei* Sessions for trial. ■ A DANGE lOUS PRACTICE. I Thomas Jonea, Srj oorlaeh-sireet, greenrrrceer, was summoned for being at a distance from his pony and trap in Caswei I-street, and not haTiug proper control of the same. P. C; Sarterbroo k saia ne saw defendant in a public-house playing bagatelle in tho afternoop while his pony and trap remained outside. Defendant was lined 10s. and costs. TRESPASSING. I Thos. Radford, 16, Garden-street; Frederick- James, 19, Tonti:e-&trect, and Chas. H. Jenkins, 56, Orchatd-utiX'Oi', were summoned ior trespass- ing upon the Victoria Station, the property of the London and Nertli Wsstem Railway Company, and refusing to quit. The case was proved against the defer-danta and they were iinod 6d. e<tch or two day Ii. SURETIES OF THE PEACE. Hemy Dajhel, Baiicl-iva-stioet, sig^mioned by iiaiy Is:y fur curetios of the peace, was bound oyer in a sum of e5 for three months. This was also the decision of the Bench in the cose of 3&ary Jane Fisher against Morgan Morgans, Laiwlore, for -a similar offices. Thomas Bird, b3, Dyvatty-street, was sum- moned fo' snretios of the pæœ, and bound over in j?5 ? ? of good i>?vic ur for thrt? mouths. ,Y,ADOC,ST-RE, PT I)ISTLIRBANCES. Sarah Hicks cncs had a female friend named Annio Prioei, of 75, Mcdoc-street. They fell out, had a; n-ty qu.a.net and tight, with the result that Sarah t oak out a summons. After hearing the cvidenc., Mr. Fc-wler ordered the defendant to pav t be damage done, together with a fine of s. 6d. or seven days'. She went down below. Margaret Argent al had a grievance against Susannah Pries, 11, Madce-street, and Eliza- beth Price. 72, Madoc -street, for using, abusive bet:a pl-"Ce ,),, Madm. language. From the e vitkinoe it appaired that the wards used were a, little bit too blue even for this eelect neighfa ocrhood of the Vetch Field. They are not t litLaiiy spoken in good society so t'a-- $tipenliaxy, to s.oow his abhor- reroe of such OUT imposed a fine of 10s. ecai or five dayd iiuprjb oament They chiese the latter alt amative. Susu,nrmh Prfce was not willing for Margaret Argent to have matters a, '1 l^ own vav, so slio aocordingly took out a crofis-smmnens. She proved he-r case to the* ratisfaction cf the Bench, oxid the funds of the Police Court treasirrv were enlarged to th s extent cf anothei* LOs., tlie alternative b,,il), seven days'. FATHER OF REV. LTUGll PRICE HUGHES DEAD T- T. i T-r, .JJT. jonn xingne-i, ror raaay y«,. lra coroner oi niiirmarther), died on Wednesday vftenaoon, at Carry, at the age of 80. The decoi 'sed gentle- Ban wai the head of -,n illusions family, his children (a.U of whom had aane&bled aromtd the ,loath-bed of their father) bein?- the TV'. Hu?h death-bed o? their father) Lcin? the T ?'W?' Hugh Price Hughes, M.A., the celebrate: ? WOSIE?yan d'vlne, and head of the London W<'st l!?? Mipsion Mrs. Webb-Peploe, Souti Shields Mrs. Burner, Wimbome, Dorset; ? ?'' E. P Hug?es, prmcT?e.1 of' C:lI:tJ})ridge Training co-i? go, and Mr. J. Art.h lIughe, M'?c:Mr CoUa?o, a-ijtd Mr. J. ArtJiur Hug-hca ? ^hom and town cleri:, B)U*ry, with the latter Dr. Hughes had lived since his retlrcn -'Bt irom prR.-Hce. Univei-ed eymp&thy h fe?t ? -?? Huges and the, f&mL'y, with the Iqti ?? ?'??*' esPeciaUy, as the zo t c-d adv is a c -'???'? mYaJid < ? .=" ? '<. o)'?' .?'

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