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..Same. five or six. weeks ago; we an
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class-novelettes, written expressly for the
"Dollar ' Newspaper. Four ' we "had In
hand at the time, and the' fifth has , since
come into our possession. The first U now
nearly hair through, and has', every where
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LThe following s the order pf publications
.j, lie emigrant. squire, by 4'.' Hamilton
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NEVER FAILING REMEDY II!
A CRIPPLE SETS ASIDR HtS CRUTCHES XF
TKR TEN YKAK8 SUFFERING.
Ctpy of Lftler from Mr. Thompnon, Chemlit,' Liv-
rpool, dated August SUth, 1862.
To Profcmor Hollow a v,
Dkar Sis I am tniblcd to funlsb you wllh moat
trordinw curt trTtcteU by your tnTtlusbls Olst
totnt and Pill,; which hu Mtonirhtd rrt penon e
omiattd with tbs lofTtm. About 10 ynrs ir, fkr.
Yf. Cummini, of ltnr Strtat. In Ibis town, wm
thrown from his brn, wharaby ha rtltd nTjr ri
ous injuriea ba bad Ilia bait nadical advleo at tha
lima, and wm aftarwarria an Intmata of diffaraiit'ln
OrmarUi, yat ha rraw woraa. and at kat a malig
nant running; ulear aattled in bii hip, which a
complalaly crlpplad hltn, that lia eoald not mora wHfc
out crulchaa for naily 10 vaara racantly ba baan to
nia your Ointment an4 Pilla, which hava now haalid
Iba wound, olranglbanad bia limb, and anablad hliu to
diipenaa with bia crulcbaa, ao that ha can walk with
lha (Teattit taia, and with raaawad haallh and vigour.
(Sind) J. THOMPSOPf.
A MUST EXTRAORDINARY CURE OK A
DREADFUL SKIN DISEASE WHKN ALL
MfcUIUAL. AID HAD FAILED.
Copy or a Lettar from Mr. Hird, brapor, of Kaaa'r,
naar Otln.bro', datad Match lit, I8S 2.
To profaaior Ha.iowT,
Hi a -Soma tima aiuca, ona of toy children was af
flirtad with dreadful crtintiona over tha body and
limb. I obtained tha advice of aeveral amlncat fur
teoni and Phyiiciana, by all or whom lha caaa wao
conalilrd bopeleii. At length I tried your Ointment
and Pill,, and without otegzeratlon, the eftest wai tnl
raculoui, for by peravaring in their ue, ill tha erun.
lion, auickly disappeared, and Ilia child wm reitorad
to nerltct heaib.
I previoualy loit a child from a aimilar complaint,
and 1 (irmly believe, had I In her caaa adopted your
medicines aha would hava been aaved alio. I ahall ba
bappy to laatiry tha truth of Ibis to any entfuirtr.
('lt"xl) . t. HIRD, Draper.
CERTAIN REMEDY FOR SCORHUTIg'hUMORS
AND AN AoTONIHHtNU CURE OK AN
OLD LADY SEVENTY YEARS OF AGE
OF A BAD LEO.
Capy of t Letterfrom Men re. Walker and Co., Chem-
To ProOaaor Hollow a v,
Dca 8ia, Among tha nwraaroui cure effected by
the ma or your valuaUe medicine in III neighbor
hood wa may mention that of an old lady liviag' in
tha Village of Preeton, about Ave milea from ihi
City. She had ulcerated wounda in her leg toi mauy
yar, and latterly they increaaed to aurh ao alarming
extent aa to defy all tha uaual remedies j bar health
rapidly giving way under tha eufTering ilia endured. In
thw dielreeeiiig candition h had racaurae to your
Ointarnt and Pill, and by tha aseiatanro of her
Iriendi, wa anablad to paraevara In their me, unfit ah
received a perfect cure. W hava ouraalv' beea
traatly aitoniihed at Ihe effect upon o old a peraan,
aha being above 70 year of agfl. Wa ahall ba liapny
to aatitfy any anquirio a to tha authenticity of thi
really wonderful caaa, either penoetally or by letter,
A private in tha Bath Police Korea, alao, haa been
perfectly cured ol an old acorbutic affection ia tha
face, altar all other meana had failed. N aUtea that
it i entirely by the uieof your Ointment, and aneakt
loudly in itapraiae.
We remain, Dear Sir,
April flth, tWI. (Signed) VfAlHtV., k' CO.
Th Pills should ba uaed conjointly with the Ointment
in moat of the folloiinv urn i
B.J i .
Bad Blasts ChllClaini
Bums Chapped bands
Bunion Corn (Soft)
Bits of Mos Cancara
chetoe and Contracted and
Sand.Fllas Stiff Joints
Nort throats - Skln-diaeaae
Sore-haada . , Tuaaovra
Sold at tha Establishment of Professor Holloway,
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W There ia a eonaidaiabl saving by taking tha
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r DR. M. P. BROWN.
PRACTITIONER of Medialu n"ll it branch.
Office t Ut Drug Btor of J. B. Brown fc Co.
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