ALLEGED CANCER CURE.
A lady contributor to the Rural Nm Yorker writes: Four years ago I learned a remedy for cancer, which I have never known to fail in effecting a cure. It came to my knowledge in this, manner:—A lady, at whose house I wss
stopping, had a sister whose face was terribly disfigured, the nose being almost entirely gone, and the throat so much eaten away that the girl could not; speak in a way intelligible to any but those accustomed to her. The sores were all healed, and had been for .years,. ! and there was now no, appearance of eruptions, or any impurities of the She was-so disfigured ;:hat- it, . wlould almost have seemed a menjy not to have saved her life, but she was an . example of what the medicine cbhld' A effect. While I was iat this house, I met a gentleman who. X haph pfeiied to know had been with a cancer, which Jiad caused him much anxiety. He had recently some time in New York under f tHe treatment of a celebrated cancer doctor, but without obtaining relief. I informed the lady,of these, facts, v and ) she gave this receipt. This “was foui ' ybars ago. I saw the gentleman a few ninths since and inquired about the cancer. The reply was, “ Oh, if: gives mjeno trouble : if I have any fear of itv I take a little of Mrs S.’s it'is allright.’ I have an aunt betwfc'fen 50 and 60 years old, who has had an internal cancerous tumour, 5 causing her much suffering, and rendering her for much of the lime unable to work. JShe T has been treated by many eminerit phys- A. sicians, and has spent hundreds of dollars, but all to little purpose. the last few months she had been "taking this medicine, arid says she has not been so.well for jyears. - X rfiight mention other cases, but perhaps, these be sufficient. X Have never, it: to fail In a single instance to cure impurities’. 6f the blood, whether ' can- . cerous or otherwise. I; wish X could, . inspire in others the same confidence | Which I feelj for I am cettgin it would •mitigate a . vast amount of suffering, (dancer cure: aozs. of sulphur, jtfoz. pfi quicksilver, ioz of cream of tartar,' ‘ •,j4 a z. of saltpetre. Put ■ into a pint of molasses, stir, take a tablespoonful before going to bed. For outside application : One bottle of British oil, idz. of red precipitate. The sulphur v arid quicksilver must be thoroughly | mixed for a long time in a druggist’s mortar, and then the 1 other ingredients added. I wish this could be published ” in every paper in the land, and that in ! after years I could' have the satisfaction ofknpwing that many have been saved , from,horrible suffering and death byiits t i,t use.. . r-
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ALLEGED CANCER CURE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 826, 23 December 1882
ALLEGED CANCER CURE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 826, 23 December 1882
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