Overpersuaded But Satlsfied. Au interesting le tter from Mrs. T. L. Reynolds, of Eaton Rapide, Mich. , to the manuf actnrers of Drakes Dyspepsia Cure & Nerve Restorer: "Messrs. Drake & Rhodes. "MyDearSirs: - I have been tronbled with Stomach troubles for over two years. I was induced to try your Dyspepsia Cure & Nerve Restorer. Áíter using three bottles my stomach troubles left me. ít has been over six months and no sign of returning. I feel as if I wanted to speak in praise of your Medicine, you are at liBerty to publish this to iny friends, and those snffering with any stomach tronble. "'Very trnly yours, "Mrs. T. L. Reynolds." The t'tle Mrs. Reynolds gives her letter is appropriate, f'rom the fact that she had tried so many preparations for this disea.se without receiving any lasting benefit, that she very reluctantly eonsented to try this new treatment. Drake's Dyspepia Cure & Nerve Restorer is a combined method fcreatment in tablet form, which does riot contain Opium or Calomel, and will not do harm to the most delicate stomach. For any form of stomach or nerve trouble this treatment has no equal. For sale by H. J. Browu and E. E. Oálkins.