?Samuel Herron broken leg. by Cambridge City Tuibune 8 Jan 1874

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' in a every thtj way of by the for in furnace, to) ai a l l out of his the the it appoint Mr. Another fact of spirit power and sympathy requires a brief statement, as has never been presented to the Mr. Samuel Herron, then a citizen Montgomery county, Indiana, and a member of the Methodist : Episcopal Church, and previously a repreeenUtive in the Indiana Legislature, had been hauling lumber, aud aa he returned home, seated over the hind axel of empty wagon, hia horse* became suddenly frightened, throwing him from his and breaking his leg. A physician applied the usual splints and bandages, assuring him that it would be some before he .would be able to walk A few evenings after, be felt a gently pass over the fracture: This manipulation was repeated three evenings, and all pain and soreness left limb. He removed the bandages, and to Uia surprise, his leg had .ever appearance of being well; and in less than three weeks ae was doing tho ordinary work of his farm, without any crutch cane.- i - " -!·' · ' ; · , ; · · ' - . ' I have given this short sketch of remarkable case, hoping that Mr. Herron, who now resides at Lake City, Minnesota,-will give the public a full report. , ; -"] , If such a demonstration !of a superior power anclintelligerice were to follow labor exercises ot the church in her efforts to establish the truth of her dogmas, how loudly would the fact bo proclaimed from every pulpit in the land? 1 visited the village of Bainbridtje,

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  1. The Cambridge City Tribune,
  2. 08 Jan 1874, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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