HINTS HOW TO PAGE THE EPIDEMIC. The pooola of this country have good cause to view with alarm an outbreak of influenza, as it leaves behind it more shattered constitutions than any other known disease Mr Edward Bottioß, for ten .tears a councillor in the united township of Bedford, 01pet) v and Palmer, ston, in Frontanac County, is one who nearly fell a victim to this asourge. To a Whig correspondent Mr Eotting said:-" About two years ago I had a had attack of influer.zi, and tha after-effects of that malignant trouble brought me so low that my friends despaired of my recovery, I was troubled with s-v»ro and constant pains in tho back, sensations of extreme aizziness, weakness, and was, in fact in a generally used-up condition. I had road frequently of Dr Williams's Pink Pills, and -felt they must have some special virtues, else they could not obtain such strong endorsement in all parts of the country. I determined to try them, and I bless the day that I came to that conclusion. Before the first box was finished I felt benefited, and I continued their use until I wa3 %*■ ?*»■?? if 7 er : I , consi( ser Dr Williams's, 1 ink rills the best medicine sold, and I would not be without them in the house if they co-t me stol a box.
Dr Williams's Pink Pilla have had marvellous success in removing the after-effects cf influenza and restoring sufferers to their former vi«or Ao other medicine can accomplish the results they achieve, and those who have suffered from influenza should use them without delav [Advt]
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INFLUENZA AGAIN., Evening Star, Issue 10443, 12 October 1897