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hi Hi I t. by permanently 2, Johnston Square and Dr. T. Specialties: of ths Diseases. ta 3 p. ni.. ., U to 5 Fiv Dol-Ltrs and tor thi very advertise get ' Copelnr.d Hospital wbere he of its bears the autbori-tlea prominent Hr.H'sy and can be the proper at Washington, as made be served to a chair Operative College at to. This form and col lose, is of tbe Johnston of Old Matter Em-puatis element and done in rentnry, and l feel strong ana wen." j; A a nearly every one knows, Mr. Noonnn's. Jplaceof busiucaiiaatNo.a51 Walnut street, "1 I iBcinnati. Ha reanira at No ill 1 lurtl i v . . raaioea as 09. at U1IU street, Newport. CALLED IT CONSUMPTION, But For All That Mrs. Todd Becovared Her Bealtb and 8trngtn- i i . "Yes, they all told ma that it waa con-1 sumption. That waa what my lriendj thought; that was what I had begun to believe. . I failed so steadily aud every thing that I tried seemed so powerless to help ma that I waa forced to believe it waa consumption." - Tbe speaker was Mrs. Amelia Todd, whom tbe writer found at her borne at 64 Linn street I didn't regard my trouble aa very serious at first.' she continued, ''but later wben night sweats came on and my limbs Leau to w' 7 -. ,-,T V i ; , y ; tl. t V4 .iv A rf ,;t0! ,: . -Ifnl1 "'' lb --l ' 'W'';',''1;.'i;'.': WMNi'w i-1 ' i"l'" iiii'tiAi L':; liL-j1: i f . . 'eiH '' MBS. AMELIA TUDll, t- 1-ltS pTBLXT. swell. I realt-ed whnt it was. Tho conth got very b.ul, iudeed, and the pains in the chet were aonietiii.-a so set ere aa to take my brejithaway.' "Tbe tronble ia my head and throat, which seemrii to be tbe' origin of it all, "Tew worse aa myr general he.. I III failed. 1 waa always sneezing and couching, and would cnteb fre-h cold on the sliuhtest extiosure. My eyes were week, nod there were riueing , i and buzzing noinca in my earn ; -My memory was aoected and I would get cori'nr axi stxevocs. Over the slightest ocenrrenre. I was so weak that I wonld h.ive to take to mj bed for days at a time. - . "When i west to Drs. Copeinnd and Warble I was so reduced in Mesh that I on! V weighed 1Xi pootids. f waa so weak and ntisr rab'e that 1 had little hope or ambition left." "And tbe result?" "Well, 1 weign 1:10 tiounds now and feel well. I sleep well end eat well. My health is restored to m and I aa not aay enough to expre toy gratitude to L'rs, ConeLtud and Wayble for what tliey have done for tat." BOGUS CREDENTIALS. ft ' : ' . TE. ''. " m'J Isi " V'-- "iki-I.ftasi x 'vs.--',.,. -I, n ' sieeu feelms "My . i : "One tli re W gave ntotiiiis said -itionth-. on mat -nine no be lor luade i ben IK,-'" '" have. "I am dou lor Which Drs, Ir. Cro a jury llr. i ron tb four tL) If prove io forfei t t) If baa bad prsciic cluliii' It m,i. a-id, Ciiicih! I riiTMl i Hie New . t'le 'of lr.-rakll a:ini.d i .li"wn I advertised oCICeS. ,1 V, 14.) If charged llui t-reisilon & nl)l;lR O'i clialleiifed tillered It. d 'tlft.lf)'.i ta-iiierof suit lu ilied -it lor Base-Ball 3l:t-K-liat-KaiP. ol J. P.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 26 Apr 1891, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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