.d&k. Is there any sadder fea' tëfflM or more pathetic jgSg? TfeïK tacle in this world'fpF ,-JCf than that of the Mtabiï3öv. poor woman SmijmHARJ) eddownwith MiïFfiA&JL wretchedness andJE "u HMBrw sanering W fu fSEfc? whoisat lAlMSilto last aU_JSUVg4f B vinced in YMnBÍIB there is no fVÈ- M more hope Pcdl of healthy VvSPÏi happiness -7 Iliml M earth? Or -J. %V 'f K L hand anylfA%lll 4 U more Vfj J lightful and inspiring picture than that of the same woman when the spirit of renewed life comes to her again and holds up before her the jewels of hope, and the regal garments of rejuvenated health and happy complete womanhood ? " I had been a sufferer for more than oneyear with severe depressing pains in tny womb," says Mrs. Annie L. Mathews, a lady living at 310 Broadway, Newport, R. I., in a thankful letter to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. "I seetned to have no life or energy, I was always in such misery. " At times I suffered so much I thought that death would be better for me. I had tried doctors and different kinds of medicines but all failed to do me any good. I commenced to take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and also his ' Pellets,' and had only taken one bottle when I feit much better. When I had taken four I feit entirely well. I continued to take it and today I am in every way a well woman, and I have found that life is'worth living. To all women who suffer with any womb trouble I would recommend this medicine. I thank the Lord that such a doctor as Dr. Pierce was born." Delicate, pain - weary women need not hesitate to write to Dr. Pierce. All communications are accepted in absolute confidence; never published without express permission ; and always answered with earnest consideration to give thï best possible advice of which a life-longr professional experience is capable. Such advice is absolutely free.