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THE SCTMKTON TRIBUTE--WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBHUABY 21. 1991.
TO LOCATE BULLETS.
The Oreatbst Surgioal Discovery
of the Csntury.
ilia I liiinu ii Hind lied u it Ciiuduclur
by mi Rtectrta l'rubr Whlell Work, uu
Principles Akin tu ii,,,,, ur
The development of electrical sei-
iici! in recent years has done much
tu revolutionize luedtcul ,und sur
gical methods. It will therefore not
Surprise many people to leuru that
it bus stepped in to supplant the
Nelatou probe. But it will surprise
even electrical men to leuru ot' the ab'
solute uniqueness of the method by
w hich this has been accomplished.
The Xelaton probe was numod after
the great French surgeon Who invented
it. lie was called In to treat Garibaldi,
who had a bulletin his body. Xetatou
was unable lo locate it and the Italian
patriot's life was despaired of. Neialou
bat up oue whole night thinking.
It tinally occurred to him to use uu
ordinary probe with a smooth, round
piece of porcelain on the end. liy iu
hortiug it in the wound he hoped to j,'et
the leu marking! on the white piece
of porcelain, shoe iug where the bullet
To thinli was to act, and ou the uext
day the experiment was tried. Sure
enough, when the probe was inserted
end remov.vl lead marking w ere found
ou the bulb of the probe. The bullet
was located and Garibaldi was laved.
The new probe is an electrical affair.
It consists of uu ordinary telephone
receiver, an ordinary metal probe
and an extra bulb Of the same metal
that tlie probe is mada'ol Inasmuch
us there is no battery cuuuected with
the apparatus, it may puh even an
electrician to discover wherein the
electrical element lies. Just here is
where the instrument assumes its truly
scientific aspect, for its invention
proves that there is a detinite quantity
of electricity in the body which may
he utilized for practical purposes. In
short the human body is the battery
which supplies the current.
The discovery by Llr. John 11. Gird
ner. of Xew York, was almost as dra
matic as that of the Xelaton probe.
Dr. Girdner had triad for years to dc--vise
some surer means of locating bul
lets than was possible with the ordi
nary probe Some years ago some
body had invented an electric bullet
probe which depended on a battery
cell to supply the current But the
'trouble was that as soon as the end of
the probe was inserted in the iios.ii an
electric circuit would be established
through the flesh itself, and the elec
(trie bell would ring.
So it was not known whether a bul
let had been touched or not. One
night it occurred to Dr. Girdner that
the body itself mifht contain enough
of a currant to operate a bell or a tele
phone receiver. Kxperiment proved
the fact and the uitilculty was over
come. The principle of the instrument is
ns follows: The metal bulb is placed
in the wounded person's mouth, the
telephone receiver is held to tha sur
geon's ear and the probe in tno hole
made by the builet. The bulb In the
mouth and the probe are made of the
same metal, copper being preferred:
and because they are the same no man
ifestation is heard in the telephone.
But as soon as the leaden bullet is
touched it brings another metal into
the circuit. The human body then im
mediately becomes one immense cell,
which generates a current strong
enough to operate the telephone so
that us soon as the bullet is touched a
click is heard in the telephone, and the
location of the bullet is established be
yond a doubt.
The invention of this instrument has
created quite a furor among surgeons.
It has been adopted as a standard in
the linked States army and navy. The
Burgeon general of the army and the
surgeon general of the navy instituted
a commission, the result of whose ex
periments was the report that the prin
ciple of the instrument was the only
fine that should be recognized by mili
tary surgical men. Dr. Stepheu Smith,
well known in army circles, said it was
'the greatest advance that had been
made in military surgery in one hun
dred years." Dr. Joseph D. Bryant,
President Cleveland's family physi
cian, says it "bear9 the same relation
to gunshot worlds that physical diag
nosis does to diseases of the lungs, or
that the microscope does to microbic
The instrument has just been adopted
ft a stundurd in the German army, and
when the Nictheroy steamed south
ward she carried such instruments in
anticipation of their possible useful
ness fit i .4". Post-Dispatch.
Ilia Wont Kind of Lack.
Vife 1 mn afraid that gus stove in
the kitchen will be a source of great
expense to us.
Husband -Why, we never use-it.
Wife- No. But to-duy when the gas
collector called he saw it. Life.
In lit. of ('our.
Judge (of u somewhat poetic temper
ament) -Are you a married man? Have
you u wife that you call your own'.'
Prisoner -I have a wife, but I can't
tvell call her iny own; she belongs ty
unother man. Alex E. Sweet.
To scalk fish easily, dip them In boil-
I log v, ater.
liOlt.KU cabbage is much sweeter
w hen the water is changed in boilii,'.
Toiou meut limy be made lender by
laying it a lew minutes in vinegar
In baking brand or rolls, put sniee-
puu of boiling w ater into the oven. The
steam w ill keep the crust smooth and
Mil 11 of the heuvy cake and bread is
the result of the oven door being banged
in closing. It should be closed as
gently us possible.
BltOU beginning to seed raisins,
cover them with hot water and let
them stuiid Ufteeu minutes. The
seat;! can llicll be removed easily.
liou.l.VO liquids, jellies or fruits may
be turned Into glass., without break
ing the vessel, if you press the bowl of
a spoou ou the bottom while tilling.
FOB starching uiiisliiis, ginghams
jind calicoes, dissolve a piece of alum
the sie of a hickory nut for every pint
Ofstareh. This will keep the colors
brij'lit fora long time. ,
Kid gloves may be cleaned, when
slighth soiled, with a small piece of
oiled silk wound lightly about the
Anger, and rubbed vigorously over the
surface of the glove.
til. ass which hus grown dull can be
restored to u fairly bright condition by
washing with diluted hydro-chloric
acid ami afteraards rubbing w tth mois
tened chalk or whiting.
OLD paint and varnish may be re
moved by an emulsion formed of two
parts of ammonia shaken up with
one part of tuipeutiue. It will soft
eii them so the v may easily be scraped
FOB luuudry use kerosene i very ef
fectual in w hitening clothes A half a
teaeupful in a boiler of clothes will
produce a most satisfactory result. Yet
cars muit be exercised w hen using this
Link.s crash, blue denim or ticking
are the best possible fabrics for euver
iug iron holders. Make them remova
ble by busting one end together uud
occasionally put them in the family
wash. Beeswax for smoothing lad
Irons should be tied in a piece of white
muslin to prevent yaato.
A SNOWDROP TREE.
Uuw to Muke a Novel uuil i ., r . , Dei-ora-tlou
lor til Tuule.
By means of the following device
you can make a very pretty uud novel
decoration for the table. Incline a
wax candle over a glass of wuter. As
each drop of melted wax falls Into the
w ater it Instantly takes the form of a
white cup. somewhat resembling the
flower of the snowdrop. These cups
you can vary In size according to the
inclination of the. uudle. Now take a
4, 1 I
BOW 10 MAhK A
piece of tine wire and slightly curve it
at one cud. Heat the straight end of
the wire und pierce the center of the
wax flower while it is in the water.
Having made a hole through the flower
push it to the curved end. Prepare u
dozen wires in the same way and then
join them together in the manner
shown in our illustration. You will
now have a beautiful tree of wax
flowers, which will make a pretty and
Cards "! I ream, Without Wine.
Into a quart of new milk, warm from
the cow tor heated to the same point
afterward . stir t wo tablespoonfuls of
extract of rennet. You can buy a bot
tle in any drug store for twenty-five
cents. Stir well, pour into a glass
dish, and leave In a warm place for
half ari hour, then grate nutmeg over
the top, and sat in a cold (dace till
wanted. With it serve a jug of plain
cream, und a little maple sugar, sotspad
down with a knife, and piled in a pret
ty little fancy tUh or saucer. This is
Instead of the sherry and sugar gener
ally stirred into the dream. Too sim
ple, is it'.' Just try It. und see that
your dessert w ill take five minutes to
make, and will cost you about ten
cents, unless you like it so well that
you have to make double quantity next
time.- Mrs. E. M. Jones, in Country
Colon soil Completion!.
livery woman who is ambitious to
look her best Should have u list for pri
vate consultation of trying colors.
Kaoli complexion has Its best and its
w orst possibilities. Most persons can
wear dark blue or green, for instance,
but very few can wear dark- red It is
wise to accept one's limitations ami
dress within them. If peacock blue is
unbecoming -und it usually is why
should we make guys of ourselves by
donning it? If white is our kindest
ally, why not choose white whenever
It is possible to have it?
11. it While Mulattos Candy.
Due pound granulatud sugar, one
pint sirup; boil till quite thick when
dropped lu cold water; then add one
pint best Porto IUco molasses and
three or four tablespoonfuls of vlnegur.
Boil to a snap, Jlemove from the lire
and stir in quickly one-half teaspoon
fill of soda and flavor with essence of
lemon. PoUf on the slab and work
white. This makes a better candy
than that usually sold by confection
ers. Good caudy can be made iu this
way by using all Porto ltico and no
It Troubled Ulm.
Willis You have a cold. Doe9 it
trouble you much .'
( Wallace Yes. Every blamed fool I
meet usks me about it. Music- and
Opinion by an Expert.
Artist Tills is iny best picture. I
call it "St. Agnes." And you dou't
like It? I am so sorry! May I ask
what your objection is?
Critical Y'oung Woman Her halo
isn't on straight. Chicago Tribune.
He'll Flail Out I.tert
lie Yes, I've done It at lust. 1
screwed up courage enough to ask Miss
ITightiu to marry me. Rather brave,
She Brave to recklessness. N. Y.
IVWTMUH. UIU TUuKl
WEAK MEN your attention
is t :..ui ru 1 HI
at inAiWMoa ., , ,- . . i
Gray's lSp3CiEic Hfldicine
IF YOU SUFFER iromwer-
i vuiis Da-
klU.. u ,i ! Ci.lv anil Miutl. Hnarma.
torrats, and unpoteaey, sad uii Stiasos that
tirlsi. frnm over luiliiliteiu-i' hiiiI mlf iibuse, as
Lessor Memory ami rower. DlinnSSS of Ytt-
ten, PfnanreDI4 Afoand natnr otbtrdlt
estoi Hint lead to iiisiuuiy or Oontitmptloa
unit uiieiirlv itniv.-. writs (of pampUsi
AddrSSS OKAY MID It 'INK CO., IJutT.il..
N. Y Ths Bpeolfls tisdicins it tmld by nil
druffiits at I per packats, or ix ,.i. i.,.,-,
tor jgi,oi' siMit l iimil en roi'.'lpt of iiii'iii-v.Hiiit
wlta sTeri 14.01 order wf. (UIARAXTFK
i , are or money lefniuieii i n i
t-tjr-On soeonnt of couutarMti u. lmo
i.it . ,t .1 the .llllw Vra:ier, the only kuuu
Ine. relit iii fcicrunton hi Muftnmi'4 lnos
. Robinson's Sons'
Jlaiiiifui hirers of the Oslsbrattd
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
Bemoni FraaUssi PlmpUf,
Lour Molts Blaokhttui,
Sunburn ami Tin, v. r
tores the slilu lo lta ort:l
iuU fteshiitis, producing a
e'.ear uuu Ualinf com-(I
I . DU-pH.'i iir w ru laeo
irepiimtlon a.id perfectly harmles At all
urUKi;bLj,or mailed lor 50 '. .vu-i lor Clrcukr.
VIOLA 8KIN SOAP I1 l"P'r Inoompmbla u
till.-, purpling ctp. uoniuahMl Tjr ttio Met. iuJ wlUiout ft
rlvul luc iLb uuncty. A6i1i.u1t pun, tuA HU.i.l4; UMli
ittai. ii .'nuiKis Price 2 Cento.
0. C. BITTNER & CO.,To!.eoo, 0.
For sal,- by Matthew Hrot , Morgan llrosjiud
.V.iritun A Co.
3 .ill "'"'UIU. Si
l t - 1iASum0.v.'
i.r.i t vri n ! '
'lum the X. f, Tiibunt, A'ON I, l-'JX
"Chicago, Out. 81, Pbs lirt official
annonnosmsnt of World's 1'air di
plomat on Hour Inn been miidtt. A
meditl tins been awarded by I lie
World's Fair jiidtroa lo the Hour unitiii
factorad by tho Wasbbnro, Crosby Co ,
in tbo trent Watshburii Flour Mills,
Miiiiipapolw. The committee rtpOrtl
the Hour HtroiiK and pure, und entitle
it lo rank hb Qrst-Olass patent Hour f jr
tanlly and bilkers' lUe."
wnoiKs v 1 1 a. i s i
AND GOLD MEDAL
'1 he iibuvo briiniN of (lour can be had at any of the following msrcbantl
Who will accept THE TrWUNI FLOOR OOrPOM of SO on each one hundred pound,
of Hour or M on each barrel of Hour.
tertnton f I'. Prlos. Watbtngton av.inu 1 1
(loiu Mads Brand,
punmoro F, P, Prion, Uo'.J Kolsl Brand.
Dtuunors 9, 1) Maolty, Huptrltllvs Brani.
Hydo rark-ii.iriniu A Davis, vTsaboarn Bt
(raid Msdal Brand; J kspn a. Mttrt, Maitj
srsnos, auptrlatire iiruutt.
Ure.m ltlilue A l,.Mi..ii,-Mr.llol,l MuiUI llraml.
J. T.MuIliile, Super ativs.
riiMiili-iie..' I'Vunur rimpiolt.N- Ma'n are
line, Superlative liraudiL'. J. OlllMpla W.
Mark.it afreet, Qold Med it llruml
Oljrpaaot Janws Jordam Baptrlatlve Hran i
IVikvillB stunt r Jt K'UiT Huperlatlv.
Jermyn-c, u Winters AOo bnpsrajatlre
Anlibalil -Joiioii. H IDpl n .V On lid M.-.til
Carl oiela'e 11. B Clark, tiol'l Muilal llraml.
Iloueadal 1 X. duster & Co. UoU Mull.
Miui.oka M II. l.ivellH.
u.iU Uedal; Athertot
Ta lor- indge A Co
s Co., Supurlatlv ).
I Mtryea l.uivrenei' htoro r,-, . Qold M
Mi. :. JhIiii Mi'l'rinille, li lit Mu.lal
1'itu on M, W. O'BoyU), Hold Medal
i liirk a lii'imn Knie.i & l..rkr. Superlati-i ,
Ulerk'l Hummlt- F. M. You la, Qold Moilul
l'alloii-S. K. Fitiu ti hi. Hold .Mulu. Uran 1 .
I Nli liuNon - .1. E HnnliUK-
, wnv.rly-M. BlitiA Sun. Qold UedaL
Factorrvllle inu im Qardntr, Qold MtdaL
Honholto n N. M. Finn Hon, Hold Medal
Tohyhanua T'lbyliami i & 1,-hiu Lumber
io . i. .1 i Mu lui Brand
Im.ii atb ru H A. A.l iu 1 1 II M ' I i! Hran d
! Mu.'-ow liuiife & Clemt-nt-i, Hold Medal.
I.ako Ari-I J unes A Bortrte, iloid Medal.
Korist('it) .1 I.. Moikuii A. Ca, Quid M.il.i
IViercereau & ConneS
Closing- out the bal
ance of our
aov LACKAWANNA A12NUri
and Fine Jewelry, Leather Goods,
Clocks, Bronzes, Onyx Tables,
Shell Goods, Table and Ban
quet Lamps, Choicest Bric-a-
Brac, Sterling Silver Novelties
at following prices:
Rasalan Ly is Ireoiar cap t, SI loehat, 4.n
Elsotrio Soal Circalar Cape, si in s.im
Astrakhan OlrenUr Ospaa in v.w
Wool .-..a, Ciroular Cspia ji in liOJ
Btons Murt'ii Ciroular Capet, i In w.uo
brown Marten circular CApSS, "1 lu 45.111
Utlsr Cirvutai Csptt, )M in w.uo
eiil Saoiiuut, Ilfi In.;' en Ioiib 1190.00
Baal .laekets, M Inohss iiri.no
as) Jaoketa "i Inabet long ih.oj
tstrakban Jsoksta W Inoaei iuu: tu.su
Sent Circular Ctpt, .') Inehen loiiif, wdh!
BUttarny Cape t&i.no
1 11. r Cirenlar Cape, ;i mcbea lonKWltb
Butterfly Cape. .. ot."
-ablo Circular Capo. SWinchee lung Hi Oil
siraklian ClrOuiar Cape, M IncibSS long tt U
lectris Seal Ciroular Cape, 'M iu. longl. '
i-r .y dimmer ClleularCapf, 'SI in. long :i U
'ii dozen Aineriean Bal Mulf at....l.Vj oncl
!' l . f children'! seta at OS.-, tad
. lot uf hb'igli Robot, plmh liujj $'J tsoh
uadies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
138 Wyoming Ave.
"be only Practical Furrier in the citv.
EllDOmiO BT THt HiCMEST MlDICAL AuTHONITItt
s jcriTnOL iwhaler
I Ml A t ru aUt euro yt-u. A
Wfudi-rful bvn tbralhrtn 1
lufluftiM, Kfoathltlg, !
immedtatf rtUe.f. AnvmcvtA
I , i i.e. . . i r i . . i !." I tit i ,1 t 1 v
In pookrt.rea-lf to uo n flrtt fodtottioq of culd.
1'ontlniK'd I o I .T ii Ptriniannut 1'nre.
HHtlfi;tltiniariiiU"'il(pDinnify rt'iufnltl. Prlrr
SO vi: TrltU trvt Ht DriUfctHw, HtiiiHt'jrod inutl
u OMIS. b. It. Mfr Thrri Ruin, Mich , If. S. i
M FNTHfll hiirent bint Bar.-ct rcmo.17 fnr
mun i nut. ftl.gkindlMiiMJBoMma,ltcii.lUlt
Itti.'iim. ii S-irn, Mt.rim. (nils. Woodcrrtil ieiu
IMi.KS, Price. Sr i it hi Dnitf- DAI IU
tritttD -r y tfiinl prepMUi. Ailiirf5rtwntri.ye DriUIT:
Fur v iVattbowi Broti,IIorf an broi and
HufKan A Co.
waae a wen
I JI It I.H1AI
rlt..iii"rr. I ii k ah k
RBS1 LTi in HO itf.
mk. ii orvani. and ottlckly r 1 1 rtrii restore-
LtMt ilHtthoud Inoraoryount. Lu-iilv miiii j in i
loi-kt. VrU't l.00 ii .pi. ktf. S.v ti.rfft.0Ou.th
h ritlMl ajiiur-Bnt' f o .. r . ur monc mi,,i,, Iim. 1
lpn'u uiM"ifin pt'ii vuu mil aiiik m
It lUIT lll II I'll tU.lli'i.I llfl II
ItliV llf.l'l fin
'.' 1 i -1
he li.c not irot It. we will wnd it hv run 11 upon no lp
of price. F:imphiei In MUM vnvtlopt fi -' ArtJu
Orti-Htul MttlliMlCu . Props., Chltanu, III., or nor afMtei
SOr.D bv Mritthe.w Br.i? , Wnoltaftll und Retail
l)rnnts. SCKANTo.N, HA . und uihei Ltad-
imud nnttrla n r.l!
t abla monthly regulating
ur. rcL o
Arf prompt, unfe urn! MftalD In remit. Thf 190 i
Pi at, rtkVt no ft? dlMMoInt Sont nuywheiu
11.00s it.M. i ,1,,'lu , ( li'VfjlKUj.O.
BoM b XOBN Tl. PHBLM riiarmacUt
cornr yoniliiif Hvenuu &u Bprui-e atret
Atlantic Refining Go.
MamifaiUuinrn and lic.iln j in
Illuminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Napths snd Oaso
lines of nil ci.ulm Axle Urease,
Pinion Grease anil Colliery Com
I in, I , nlo, a Urge line of I'ar
latline Wax Csndlei
We hIso handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family tafety
hurniiiK oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Offlct: 'nil Kxchanto, Wyoming Avt
Wurkt at Plut Ilruufc
jiraininUf stmt I
l.i in luCOdiiji by I
at BiRiir;aii. mu MsbIo Remsdy m
I t! V. ui.itnr gntiknU, hftcktd I
I nattftt pi.Mifi anil 10O'iw b,Mk . ill.wtuti.,1 from
I 111 from W,.LUpiiml.frl,y mill. Wtwm Ha tpilft
pralUMlr uiif . IUOI U1IUT ni, ivw. in.
Ladles Who Value
Areflned complexion mattnilb Puuoul't Pow
dor. It product! u toit and beautiful uklo.
All Prices and all Sizes.
6c Shear Co.
513 LACKAWANNA AVE.
111 KING'S WINDSOR CEMENT F0.1
tWER PIPES, FLUE LININGS.
Office, 813 West Lacka
Quarries and Works,
large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
Fuippoan rian Firnt-clasi Ear tttiched
lltpol tor I,, i, , : It Kami's Tsjuuutaatr
LE Cor, 15th md Filbert its,, Fhilaii
Jlrtt dnlrabls for retldrntt of N K. I'pnn
tyhauta. All cuuvi-iilpiicet lor traveltrt
tu aiiil from Broad Btri -t. ,. and Mir
Vurlftb unit Market Mr.- ; ntatiou D
tirablefur vimmg !Serautonlaut and BSO
lit 1l tlic Aii'.liracite Kguu
T. J VICTORY,
mm urax mrk mi 1 r I . I
SD D D rimpies, biOicneszS 1 FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
Sr I I
and Old Sores .
ouiriii v aqui Dnuv dmot
and potassium Catarrh, malaria ' 3
gr Marvelous Cures
EE in Blood Poison
P. P. P. pnrlflcstbeMooJ bQlldnTip
tho vAk Anl debilitated, rIvca
- ii to ' in n- 1 nerve, f tpel'j
dHefl-tfri.fflvhikUho pntient health uud
hntipiuefri whore Holmes, Rliuunr
leellutfi ftn) iHasltudu llrnt prevailed.
Ftr prlmnrr.mcondry and tertiary
yplilllA, (uru)uod polmuilnx, mercu
rial polmu, rtmlurhi. dynpepHln, aud
In nil blood find kin dheanei, llko
blutohet, plinplet, uld ebronliuiloert,
ttttofi scald head, bolls, erysipelas,
ciema we may say, without (ear of
O'tiitndlotlou.that P. P. P. Is the best
blood purifier In the world, and uiakea
positive, speedy and permanent ourea
In all utaei.
Ladles whose systems are pelsuned
and whose blood Is In an Impure condi
tion, due to menstrual Irrexularltles,
and Kidney Troubles
are peculiarly benefited by the won-
iI.m mi tunln sud uIhm olemHliiif ornii-
ertlssofP. P. P. Prlokly Ash.Pofit?
Kout and Potassium.
HrKlNuPlKLO, Mo., Aug. 14th,
I oan speak lu the highest terms of
your moulelne from my own uersoual
knowledge. 1 wus affected with heart
dlieaae, pleurisy uud rheumstUm for
Jt. years, wsa treated by the very best
phyHlcluns anu spent hnndreds of dol
furs, tried every kuown mmedy with
out finding relief. I huvo only taken
one bottle of your P. P. P., and rati
qhoerfully taj It naa done me more
iood than anything 1 have erertnken.
Tonu recommend your medlolne to all
AtttTerers uf the shove dIsones.
MRS. M. M. YKARY.
flprlDgflald, Oreen County, Mo.
Aw entliel.f itiowit by 1MM.
-Prickly Asb. Poke Boot and Potas
alum, the Krentest blood purltlwr on
ABKRriKKS. 0.. JulV l. 1001s
Mrs 3 lis, I.ifi'MAN Hiii'S., Savannah.
Os. : Dfak Hiks -1 bought n bottle of
your P P. P. nt Hoi spring. Ark. .and
It hus douo me more good thuti threu
mouths treatment at the Hoi springs.
neiid tnree inui ie . u. v.
j AA. m. nkwtok,
Aburdoou, Hr wu County, 0.
npt. ,1. IK Jolinston.
To till lalOH it fan 1 MRMMsf 1 haWaw
bv teHtlly to tho wonderful impertlea
of P. I' V tor eruptions of the skin. 1
suffered for several ears with an un
sightly and dlSHgri'eable eruption on
my lace. I irlud every known reme
dy but in mln, until P. P. P. was Ustd,
aud am now entirely enro l.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNHTON,
Mkln Cfinrpr Ciind.
Testimony romth Mayer of SequtntTcf,
Kvt'iN, Tex., January 14,
Mkssas. LtrrMAN Hros.. Hitvnnn;ih,
Oa. : (itnittmen 1 have tried your P.
i p. for a disease of the skin, 'usually
known as akin cnucer.of thirty years
standing, and found grent relief; It
purifies the blood Hi d remnvee all lr
rltatlon from the seat of the disease
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