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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1883)
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W ell —According to
ê Jactsonvilte, Fla., TTernfti, Dr.
lies, well known in that city, re-
ies, on account of his health, in a
all cottage on the beach about
r miles south of the point select-
for the terminus of the Jackson-
e and Atlantic Railway. About
i feet above high-water mark
well is located. It is sixteen
; deep and yields a full supply
falls with the ocean tide.
~ M E N DEL SSOHN P I A NO CO. =
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and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipe
$854 Square Grand Piano for only $245.
las, Eczema, Blotches, Ringworm, Tu
mors, Carbuncles, Boils, and Eruptions
of the Sliln, are the direct result of an
DT A NTH
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impure state of the blood.
To cure these diseases the blood must bo
puritied, and restored to a healthy and na
tural condition. AV er ’ s S arsaparilla has
for over forty years Leon recognized by emi
nent medical authorities as the most pow
erful blood purifier in existence. It frees
the system from all foul humors, enriches
-and strengthens the blood, removes all traces
A Recent Cure of Scrofulous Sores.
“Some months ago I was troubled with
scrofulous sores (ulcers) on my legs. 'J'I hj
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the sores discharged large quantities of
offensive matter. Every remedy 1 tried
failed, until 1 used A yer ’ s S arsaparilla ,
of which I have now taken three bottles,
with the result that the sores are healed.
gentleman at Renovo, Pa., writes,
three weeks’ use of Compound
ran • •• T am r- htinnv
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tha.t mv »
th has improved very much. I urn .
rised that I have been benefited so
h in so short a time. I feel like a
, and can now attend to my business.
very grateful for tlio good your
medicine has done me.
Yours respectfully, M rs . A nn O’B rian .”
14« Sullivan St., New York, June 24,1882.
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u Feel Like A Different Man.”
By J. H. ROSECRAN».
in testifying to the wonderful efficacy of
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Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, not only In the euro
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many others within Ills knowledge.
oupd Oxygen, its nature, action,
The well-known writer on the Boston lleruld,
esults, with reports of cases and
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“ Having suffered severely for some years
: P alen , 1109 Girard Street, Phil-
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ie ringing of the curfew bell
resumed at Stratford-<$fpXvon
ie night of September 11. One
le interesting features of the
al of an ancient custom is
fact, that the curfew is rung
the bell which was tolled at
’ a cough or cold there is no reme-
ual to Ammen’s Cough Syrup.
s seldom we speak editorially of a
ess man, but it is with pleasure
we write of Robert 8. Ammen,
roprietor of the famous Ammen’s
h Syrup. Mr. Ammen is a thor
business man, and has reduced
dvertising of his medicines to an
science. He believes that his
h 8yrup is a public benefit, and
tised it in every connty in the
and extensively throughout the
rritories. He is one of the substan•
isiness men of San Jose, and we
mend him to the newspaper fra-
r as one of the most prompt pay-
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anity Fair, San Francisco, June
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hadows are many and deep,
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ervous debility, loss of memory,
;ure old age, as the result of bad
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