s >.,.v » 0 CHRISTIAN HEKALD 15 •«* T ides in a W ell —According to SCROFULA 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 fresh. jetât-rises falls with the ocean tide. ~ M E N DEL SSOHN P I A NO CO. = GRAND OFFER FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS ONLY. 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 X 1 A 11 U impure state of the blood. To cure these diseases the blood must bo puritied, and restored to a healthy and na tural condition. 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