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From J. E. Johnston, Esq., lValtman, Ohio.
" For twelve years, I had tho yellow Erysipelas
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Being In a publie place, my case is known to every
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From Hon. Jlenry 3fonro, it. P. P., of Xetrcastle,
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Bt. Anthony's Fire, Hose, Salt Bheum,
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" Our only child, about three years of age, was
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and applying the iodldo of potash lotion, as you
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Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
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"Dr. Ayer. My dear Sir: I havo found your
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Mr. Chas. S. Van Line, cfXew Cnmsicicl; X.J.,
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Xioucorrhcea, "Whites, Fomalo "Weakness,
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I havo found your S irsaparilla an excellent
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A lady, unicUlin to allow he pibllcation of her
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