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' 'A MIRACLE ITN VERMONT,
&IlE WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE 'O?
A WELL KNOWN CHELSEA MAN.
Etricken with an Incurable Diseaee and an
yet Cured. IHis Personal State' W
- ment in Detail.
q2'romt2e Arguo an7 Patrict, Montpeerj, *t.
e- This Is an age of progress and everything
thal hails the adN.nce of new ideas for the
good of humanity is hailed with delight.
P:It is the province of newspapers to wateh
for strange events or phenomena of any kind
and to immediately investigate a reported
case out of the line of regular commun'y
happenings. -; So when the story of Mr.
George Hutchinson, of Chelsea, Vt., and
how he had been raised from a bed where be
lay stricken with a supposedly Incurable dis
ease was told, the Arpes and Pafriof de
tailed a reporter to look up the reported
facts of the case, to whom Mr. IHutchins=r
gnade the following statement. ne
p "I am a native of Massachusetts, a wood
worker by trade, and forty years of age, an de
for the past fifteen years have been working be
In varicus sawmills in Vermont and Mtassa- ki
ehusetts. Eight years ago I moved fro-n sa
Bgdford to Chelsea and bought the sawmill be
of which I am now proprietor. I was in per- lie
feet health and known throughout Chelsea eij
and vicinity as one of the strongest men or by
my weight in that section. December 10th. ha
1892, I was hurt by a piece of flying board as
I was at work in the mill. After that, I be
gan slowly to lose my strength and became PO
incapacitated for work or effort of any kind. m
The seat of my trouble seemed to be my L
back, but It gradually extended downward.
I consulted all the local physicians and was n
treated by two of them, but the medicines be
they administered were not of the slightest nl
avail and did not check the disease in the an
least. In fact. I was a miserable victim of
locomotor ataxia and was conscious of n ch
steady advance of the insidious diseasf. My thb
back ached continua' y and my legs began je
to grow numb and to be ass and less usable. pr
By the 15th of April I could absolutely do*
nothing and was seracely able to stand. My
physicians advised me to go to the Mary m
Fletcher Hospital, at Burlington, to be Fj
treated, and I took their atvice. When I of
left home my friends bade me good-bye,
never expecting to sen me alive again. The
physicians at the hospital told me that my
case was a serious one, and I was complete
ly discouraged. I remained at the hospital
seven weeks and took the medicines which
the doctors gave me. I felt better at the hos
pital and thougbt that I was recovering, and
went home to continue their treatment,
'which I did for two months, and also had an
electric battery under their advice. The im
provement. however, did not continue. and
began to give up hope. August 1st, 1893, 1
could not get out of my chair without as
sistance. and if I got down upon the floor, !
could not get up alone. About this time
chanced to read an account of the wonderful F
curative powers of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for rale People in cases similar to my own. an
I did not have any faith in the Pills, but CO
thought a trial could do no harm, so I tU
bought some without telling rnyone what I i
was going to do. After I had been taking
them some time I surprised myself by get- el(
ting out of my chair without assistance, and be
found that, ror the first time in months. I an
was able to walk down to the postofflee. and
my neighbors began to discuss the marked re
improvement in my health. As I continued Co
the medicine I continued to improve, and w(
soon recommenced work in the mill. at first fe,
very lightly, and iucreasing as I was able
and as I gained in health and spirits, and I
now for the past three nonths I have been WE
working ten houts per day almost as stead- ex
ily as I ever did. I feel well, eat well and be
sleep as well as I ever did, and I have no
The reporter talked with several othet of
gentlemen in regard to the case of Mr. as
Hutchinson, who is a well known citizen of g
Chelsea and a Justice of the Peace, and theytr
corroborated his statements as far as they ce
were familiar with the caso and stated that tl(
he was known to be a reliable man, and any Iht
statement he might make would be entitled ,
to entire credence.
An analysis of Dr. Trilliams' Pink Pills th
shows that they are an unfailing specifle for ti(
such diseases as locomnotor ataxia, partial
paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neural
gia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the af
ter effects of Ia grippe. palpitation of the~
heart, pale and sallow complexions, all
forms of weakness either in male or female.
Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be
sent post paid on receipt of price, (50 cents ,
a box or 6 boxes for $2.50-they are never
Bold in bulk or by the 100) by addressing Dr.
Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, s
Selling a Ylenagern ac
The great Wombwell's Royal Wind- 'va
sor Menagerie was recently sold by p
auctio'n in London, the animals bring- n te
ing but indifferent prices. Isa1
The cockatoos went off at $2 apiece. fa<
Bome of the parrots brought higher Ith<
prices, one going at $15, this bird be- vit
ing able to speak in two languages pu
with equal fluency. One parrot care- of
fully described, in four languages, each
signifying "Mealy Amazon," aroused a of
wild spirit of competition and was -
knocked down at $17. Two vultures
were found to be worth only $20.
e The pelicans took no interest in the
sale, although many complimentary
things were said of him, and was sold
E' When the cassowary was reached
prices had gone up, and he went for
$98; but they tumbled ,when the mon
key cage was reached, and these little --
fellows were bought for $2 each. wa
i. The porcupines brought $15, the the
civet cat $18, the Maiayan bear $23,
ocelot $17, while the jackals went for the
52 each. thi
SThe kargaroo was considered valua
ble and brought $75, but the sacred,
[ndian zebu sold for $11 only.
SOne of the "baby" lions was handed usi
arounud and caressed amid much growl- a '1
ing. A five months' pair of these were is
sold for $240, a four months' pair for of
;The great lion, the piece de resist- th
ance of the auction, a mnagnificent
specimen, only brought S800, while a to
royal Bengal tiger went for S025. Q
STwo lions and a lioness brought
51200, three leopards $875, and a hand- tin
some jaguar - which the auctioneer ma
called a jag-a-ar--was knocked down na
for Si40.-&w York Journal, aul
Tnose soit-ratening Trowsa.
A Rochester man certainly dcser vcs'
to have his name written among the art
benefactors of the race. ie has In- jfra
vented self - patching jackets and asl
trowsers, and his idea is said to work in
admirably in practice. The scheme be
is a simple one. but so are lhundreds
of inventions that have brought fame I
and fortune to their originators. The
cloth is of double thickness where .
most of the wear conmes, the pattern tio
being carefully adjusted so as to en~- a
incide in each p eee. When the outer th<
covering wvears through only the roughco
cdges have to be darned in, and the
patterr: and cloth remains intact.
Tfhe man in whose mind this creat
idea developed has other fields to con
euer. Self-adjustable shoe and sus- Bil
pender buttons are tnle natural ac- of
combanimrents to self-darning cloth- ljoi
ing. When these are forthcoming, hu
perhaps we can spare the woman fo"
'johties.-Alb~any Arcus. K
An elk svith an antier growing from
the mixddie of Ms forehead has been T
discovered in the woodsof Restigo'uche, the
Nor Bruinswick. joX
IGLAND To FRANCE BY TUBi
poleonlo Scheme to Cross the Straits of
Dover and Make Travel Easy.
Another scheme to join England
d France, says the New York
)rid, is receiving serious considera
n In those countries. It is pro
DIRECTION OF THE TUNNE
ed to build a double tubular tun
1 under the Straits of Dover. The
I scheme of building a tunnel un
r the bed of the sea, which has
en advocated by Sir Edward Wat
as for years, never received the
action of the British Parliament,
cause many conservative men be
ve such a construction would fa
itate an invasion of their island
the vanquished of Waterloo. It
d also been vroposed to bridge the
-aits. The latest plan has the sup
rt of Sir Edward Reed, who is a
=mber of Parliament and has been
ird of the Treasury and Engineer
-cbief of the Admiralty. It has
en received with favor by a large
.mber of members of Parliament,
d therefore seems to have serious
ances of success, and the more so
at it avoids the didiculties and ob
tions that were urged against its
The project consists in simply sub
rging, between a point of the
ench coast situated in the vicinity
Cape Gris-Nez and another on the
D ,~ . N - , -I'
COMINO THROUGH THE TUB.
iglish coast located between Dovei
d Folkestone, two tubes that would
astitute two absolutely separate
nuels, each serving for the passage
one direction of trains drawn by
ctric locomotives. The tube would
of steel plate, with double walls,
d the intervening space would be
enforced by I beams illled in with
crete. The putting in place
uld be effected by sections of 300
t, heimetica'ly sealed at each end
d floated to the place where they
re to be submerged. One of the
remities of the section having
n fixed upon a sort of caisson that
11 afterward perform the functions
a pier, the caisson is weighted sa
to cause it to sink. The other ex~
~mity continues to emerge and re
es the end of the following sec
n, the j;unction being made by
e hinges. The caisson of this
~tion Is sunk, and so on. When all
sections are in place the forma
n of the joints is begun.
'he caissons forming p~ers are de
ned to support the tubes at a
CROSS SECTION' OF THE TCBE.
ht distance from the bottom o1
sea. The use of two distincti
es will prevent all chances of ac-i
ents and will have the great ad,
tage of realizing the importanti
blem of the aeration of the tun-'
without any expense and in as
Isfactory a manner as possible. In
:t, each train will have somewhati
effect of a piston that forces the
lated air before it and sucks in
o air behind it to take the place
['he total cost of the installation
the tubes Is estimated by Sir Ed,
caoss SEcTIo2 or THE PIER.
rd at $75,000,000, which Is leg
n half the cost anticipated by
ssrs. Schneider and Hersent fo~
construction of a bridge across
A Quick Thought.
.t was during a scene In which the
tal shipwreck bad taken place, and
oat, with the hero and two other.s
hown drifting about at the miere.9
the waves, the latter appearing
y lively for their size. Suddenly
head and shoulders of one of the
aes" appears through the canvas,
the surprise of the audience.j
ickc as thought the hero shouted;
an overboard:" and at the same
le threw a rope to the drowninsg
n. The latter grasped it, and was
.led aboard amid the cheers of the
lence. They thought it was part
the play. -Titbits.
Funny Missionary Work.
[he police authorities of Baltimore,
in receipt of a communication
m John Mobley, of North Carolina,
ing if there is a young woman
the prisons of that city who can
rleasd by marrying him.
n recent legal proceedings in Lon
regarding the noise and vibra
c caused by a nelghboring factory,
honograph was used to record
s nises and reproduce them in
Hall's catarrh Cure
takes internally. Price 75c.
or naif a century a man known as
lv MstardI has dlwelt in the hollow
a uge sveamore tree near Hamil
, Ohio. IHe is said to be the second
anu tenant of the same tree.
ars cover Root, the great blood purifier,
Sfeshness and clearness to the complex~ion
curs ccnstipation 25 ets. 50 ts.. $1.
ae whalebone of commerce is simply
balleen plates which take the place
eesth in certain speciea of whales.
OVE, FIFTY YEARS OF SUCCESS.
Notable Career et the John P. Lovelt
For over half a century the John P. T,ovell
Arms Co. has been looke-l to a- an author:tv
oni -porting goods. and no one who ever had
busines dealing.s with 11i< well known firm
has ever had cause to complain of un'air treat
After .,ctie"ess ful year; titis honu is now
kVnown throughout the coluntrv. an I the ver'.
nuention of the name .Tohn P. L'wl Arms Co.
Sa 'wnonvm of honesty and r.el4biiitv.
.ohn P. Loveil. the founderof thl Cc'.pany,
although 74 years old. is invariably at 1i desk
every day to overlook the rapidly increasing
No shArp practice-i in tridA can he la'l u
against him. His recor.d for honesty and in
tegrity is irreproachable.
i Fortunat-ly., Mr. Lovell has some stur.ly anil
buinesslike sons whom he early associatedl
I Col. Benjamin q. Lovell, who 1N enlowe-I
Swith rare business ability, tills the poition of
t reasurer of the Company in a most thorough
nanner. He is attached to the Governor of
Nilassachu-ett' staff. as was he from I.') to
188:!: was aide-de-camp to Gen. John C. Itobin
son in 187.-1878, and served on staff of Gen.
Ruievll A. Alger in 1889. and with Gen. Palmer
Thos. P. Lovell and H. L. Lovell are the
Colonel's valuable assist-.nts in keeping the
Company to the front.
The John P. Lovell Arm; Company have
every facility which money, a thorough knowl.
edge of the busineN. and the greatest skill
mechanism can produce to make the *Lovell
Diamond" the best bievele in the world.
Every year since its irst appearance this hi
cycle has been improved, until now it is ,nn
surpassed in point of material, v( :kiianhip.
finish, safety, speed, beauty and easy running
Not only Is the use of the Lovell Diamond
becoming more widespread in this country,
but foreign dealers are not slow ir recognizing
the merit of this machine.
The "Lovell Diamond" has the field, and it
hais already demonstrated that it is the king
of bicycles. As the mountains of New Eng
land stand for all that is substantial in na
ture, so does the John P. Lovell Arnq com
pany represent all that is solid and perna.
neni in the business world.-Boston Herald.
Late Dweners T Amerlea.
This country has had its lake dwell
ers as well as the old world. In many
of the lakes of Minnesota there are evi
dences that dwellings were formerly
erected over the lakes, and on the shores
near by are piles of refuse such as would
have come from settlements of some
ize. Several of the California lakes
ishow the same peculiarity, and in view
of these facts there is no reason to
doubt that ages ago there were tribes
Df American Indians who from choice
or necessity made their home's ov'er the
waters of our lakes. -St. Louis Globe
1To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, end
give nerve, bodily and digestive strength, take
Uod's Sarsaparilla. Continue the medicine af
ter every meal tor a month or two.
IHood's Pills cure constipation. 25c.
There are birds that weave and sew;
there are aninals that build houses;
Lere are bees that make nests in the
ground, and line them with the softest
leaves they can procure.
Dr. Kilmer's SWAMP-RooT cures
all Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Pamphlet and Consultation free.
Laboratory 2inzhamton. N. Y.
i Windsor Castle has been been used as
royal residence since the year 1110.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adaptino th e world's best products to
the neecis ophysical being, will attest
the value to haealth of the pure h~quid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs..
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a~ pe'fect lax
Iative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dis~elling colds, headaches and feven3
an permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak.
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Srup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
~ccnt ang substitute if offered.
(Goe of thec Largest and Best COOK
iBOo'( published. Mailed in exchango
Sqfor 20 Large Lion heids i'ut fro~m Lion
7>l j't Cofree wraippers, and a 2-cent staimp.
Write for list of our other sine Pre
-- miumis. WooL.SoN SpicE Co.,
410 Buron St., TOLrEDO, OHIO.
Always Reliable, Purely Vegetable.
erf~ctly tasteless. elpantly coated, purge,
glit, purify, cleanse und strengthen. RAD)
WA Y'I PLLS or the cure of all disorders of the
touth, Bowels, KId~neys, BWadder, Nervous
I cists, Dizz.iness, Vertigo. CmtiVenles, Piles,
All Disorders of the Liver.!
'bserve the fmolg svnmptoms.resulting from
d nimem'of thle li'estiveorgamn5:Constipation. in
wsrd pies. luliness ot blood in thet head. xeidt
o tile tomacs'h. nauiliea. hieartburn, .ignert ot
fod.i ulins- ot weight of the stomae, SOUr
er rta tmii) sininil or :mteringC or the neart,
chekig or -nil .cati:ia senhations5 when in a lvy
og -q~ usinne's- of vicion. d't- or wybs be
fr' tr' iit Tel erml and hi m in the hea.
dle ihe,; ol tberg.iration. yeilowness of time skin
ari e.' pail in the -ide cbest, limb=. and suj
dn ':-et ofl heal burnmne in thme tlksl
A .0w do.- of RADW A Y'S PIL L.s will free tne
erte '.' al the above namaed. disorders.
Piceaec. a Box. Sold by Druggists, or
S'P senit by mail.
Sdt R .\ilW.AY X CO., Lock Box 335.
I Can't Sleep
I have a tired, worn-out feeling. This
means that the nervous system is out of
order. When this complaint is made,
Hood's Sarsaparilla is needed to purify
and vitalize the blood,and thus supply
nervous strength. Take it now. Remenber
Be sure toget Hood's
and only Hood's._
Hood's Pills cure a!l liver ills, biliousness.
W. L. DOUCLAS
E0 IS THE BEST.
. 5. CORDOVAN,
FRENCH& ENAMELLED CALF
W 45.PFINE CALF&.4NGAOM
$ .. POLICE,3 SOLES.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
You can save money by wearing tho
W. L. Douglas $3.00 Shoe.
Because, we aro the largest manufacturers of
this gradeof shoes in the world, and guaranteo their
value by stamping the name and price on the
bottom, which protect you against high prices and
the middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custom
work in style, easy fitting and wearing qualities.
We have them sold everywhere at lower prices for
the value given than any other make. Take no sub.
stltute. If your dealer cannot supply you, we Can.
A Skin of reauty is a Joy Forever.
DR. T. FELIZ GoUmAmS
OFTifRI HJI, 018A01 POI ETIFIR
V es. Moth
and Skin dis
Ish on beauty
. tection. On
its virtues 8
bas stood the
and Is so
taste it to be
T'he distinguished Dr. L. A. Sayre said to a lady of
lhe hatlon (a patient): "As you ladies will use them,)
reco1meLd'Gouranud's ram' as the least harmful of
.i0 the Skin preparations." One bottle will last six
ruoinths, using it every day. Also Poudre Suhtlie
removes sup rfiuons hair without injury to the skin.
FERD T. HOPKINS, Prop., 37Great Jonesht.,N.Y.
For sale by all Drug sts and FaneU Goods Dealers
throughout tbe U. S.. Caas, aad Europe.
Sj* Beware of Due in%1alions. 1000 Reward fos
arrest and proof of any one selling the same.
Dr. Dorn's Sanitary Trouser Supporters.
Do away with suspenders which hinder the
development and free action of the lungs, use
Dr. Doras's .Sanitary Trouser .Suapporte'rs. Send
15 cents to E. Dorn, ?US. Warren Street, Tren
ton. X. J
Conanptives and people
who have weatr lungs or Asth
ma, should use Piso's Cure for
Consumption. It has enred
thousands. It has not injur
ed one. It Is not bad to take.
It is the best cough syrup.
Sold everywhere. 2.ic.
0 * S
* rQ~aftJe.y er mt.&*...a se C
Enays'and Girls' 24-26-in., cnshion tires .615.7
SBeauty for Boys, 24-in., cushion tires . . 25.0
Prize, convertible, 24-in., cushion tires . . 30.0
Boys' Diamond, 26-in., cushion tires . .. 35.0
Prize, convertible, 2$-in., cushion tirsa. . 40.0
Blizzard, boys', 24-In., pneumatic tires 40.0
-.. Girls' Diamond. 2-In., pneumatic tUrea . 45.0
Boys' Diamond, 25-in., pneumatic tires . 45.0
Youths' Diamond, 28-in., cushion tires . 45.0
r Excel C, boys', 24-in., pneumatic tires .. 50.0
i..xcel D. girls', 24-in., pnenmatic tires .. 50.0
ITornado. youths', 26-in., pneumatic tires, 50.0
Queen Mab, misses', 26-in., pneumatic
tir... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 50.C
1 .Excel2 yoths', 2-in., pneumatic tires . '70.C
ji~Excel B, misses', 26-in., pneumatic tires, 65.0
Model IC, 30-In., cushion tires, gents'.. . 55.0
71 Model 4C, 28-in., cushion tUrea, ladies' . . 55.0
Model 7C28-in.,eusiointires,convertible 55.0
IJModel IP, 30-in., pneumatic tires,gents' .60.0
Model 4P, 28-in., pneumatic tires, ladies'. 60.0
fIModel 'P, 28-In., pneumatic tires, cou
vertile. .. .. . ....... . ... .. 60.0
How to Catch Rheumatism.
The plan is simple, and is invariably
successful when diligently pursued.
Clothe as warmly as possible with flan
nels next the skin, and sealskins outer
most from November to the beginning
of March. Then on the first clear
sunny day in March, when the wind is
in the north or northeast, take off all
outer wraps, mantles, capes, sealskins
and the like; wear gowns of a light and
thin material, and go for a walk in the
park or other open and unprotected
place. Sit down full in the wind on a
convenient seat, and sit for half an
hour. . Then go home and wake with
a successful attack of rheumatism next
If perchance the rheumatism should
fail, it is probable that pleurisy or
pneumonia may be the reward. But
if, by a miracle, neither the one nor
the other repays the trouble taken,
then go out and repeat the same tac
tics the next day, and the next, and the
next, until success is assured. The
recipe is warranted never to fail if
persevered in for a sufficient length of
time. A plan almost equally good is
the one followed by two young ladies
last week. They had both had rheu
matic fever previously; yet, because the
sun happenad to shine brightly in at
the dining-room window for a few
hours, they allowed the fire to go out.
They sat without fire the remainder of
the day and evening. The following
being a bright morning, they did not
have the fire lighted at all. They were
both extremely surprised when they
were attacked by rheumatic pains in
all their limbs, and blamed the neigh
Excellent mats or rugs may be made
of sheepskins, with good wool on them
in this way. The skins of the long.
wool sheep are the best. They are
steeped in warm water and well
cleansed by scraping off the flesh and
paring down the thick parts. A mix
ture of salt and alum finely powdered
is procured and made into a paste with
rye flour, and this is spread on the
skin a quarter of an inch thick while
the skin is wet. The skin is folded, or
if two are treated, they are laid flesh
side together. They remain so for two
weeks, when they are shaken out and
scraped, and the mixed powder, with
out the flour, is sprinkled on the wct
flesh side, and the ekin is left as before
for ten days, when it is shaken
out and rubbed with yellow ochre and
pumicestone and pulled and stretched
until it is dry, when it is finished.
NA-x York TimAL
The otter of East India is trained to
drive fish into nets, and thus acts as
an aid to fisherman.
According to the Siamese belief it
takes the soul seven days to reach hea
ven after death.
Mrs. Tarley, of Atlanta, Ga., got a
verdict of $1000 against the gas com
pany of that city for the injury done
to her garden by the gas, which per
meated toe grounds from the works.
THE BEST. At
The Lightest, Strongest, and
A Wheel That You Ca
As a Hill Climber lt Is Peerless.
As a Racer li
)THEY STAND WI
/ / ,
Did you ever know a riderc
exhnge his wheel for any other
The riders of the Lovell Di:
their best advertisers.
SARE THE UNI
:of Second-Hand Wheels for Sale Ver
Ladies and Gents at the L<
E. - 40o-Page Illustrated Catalogi
This new Mammoth Catalogue, which is worth
gi-:cs prices of a " thousand and one " usefula
ts for the Lorcil Diamonds are in ear~ Ev
HN P. LOVE
Dealers in Bicycles, Tricycles, Vetocipede
A Full Line of Base Ball and Sport
Washington Street - BOS'I
Agents Wanted in all Cities an
THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA CREAT EA
by Columbus brouM Furniture &
eifhtenment to the Also Upholsterers
.wod. New felds of
enlightenment in tbis 1228-RIDGE AV
century are in the lines Bet Green & Spring Gtrden &L,
of science. The triumph itnot-why not purchase your
of Conservative Surg- lor Suits Carpets,Beddn, tting
ery is well illustratd Stands, Side Boards, Tables, ChaiMs
by the fact that to, Carriages, Etc., of the
grBeah dir~let enew godit Pays We
s' RUPTURE18 no r-71 alan eCnicd
tcaUy cured without the A few prices: 13 pleces, Oak SUlt, Crib and Hal
knife and without pain. tress thrown In $24.75. Parlor Suts, *617.00 Up
Clumsy, chafing trusses wards. Rockers, $1.5; Chairs, 4.ic.; SpringS, 90O.
never cure but often in. 1 Set ot Pillows and Bolster, $1.0 Awning
duce inflammation, strangulation and death. Shades and Parlor Suits to order.
TUMORS Ovarian. Fibroid (Uterine) and Goodsshiised all over the
TUOS many others, are now removed
without the perils of cutting operations.
PILE TUMORS, a FOR IFTY YEARS I
lower bowel, are permanently cured without
pain or resort to the knife.
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