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. To the Editor of V Saturday >4lffigtat,V Birmingham.: I recently came"itftAr posses-. sion of ■ certain'facts'of so remarkable a l-, nature, that- I am ■ sure' you will >be biad to assist in making them public.'-iTheTollow* \ ing letters-were shown to; me, and,lat once' begged permission to copy them-for the' Press. They come from a highly, xameniible , source, and may be received wuMoat qnet». tion. ' -; ' ■;■.•)• • .' MESSAGE from' Georoe 'James Gostli>:g, L.D.S., R.C.5.1., Ph. C.1., Licentiate in Pharmacy and Dental Surgeon. Stowmarket, July 18,1889. To Mr White, • ■ ■ ./•! -I ')} >'"(" , The enclosed remarkable. core sfcoold, I . , tliink, be printed and circulated in j-Sjuffolkj-The statement was entirely., voluntary! and 48 gciiuine in fact and detaij,—G.£<j. ; "To the Proprietors of Mother SeigelV Syrup." ■ ' . ■.;""■■ -i- - ■..; "Grstmmen-.— The following remarkable. cure was related to me by the huabaiid, Mary Ann Spink, of Finborough, Suffolk; was for • over twenty years atllicteuwith rheumatism and neuralgia, and although comparatively a young woman at the time »he was attacked (she is now fifty), she .wmS compelled, in consequence; to walk, with two sticks, and even then with difficulty and pain. ■ About : a year and a half ago Bhe was advised to try Mother Seigel'a Syrup,.,and..,aftar.taking three; bottles and two ' boxes 'of Seigeri Operating Pills; the ,ute of her limb feat . rcsti>{id,' s pti& Bhe is now'able'to walk three miles(to StowmaTket''with ease in three quarters-of <anhour. : Any- sufferer whodeubts thin: story'can' fally;'KfccerUiii its truthfulness by paying a visit to the village - and'enquiring of rtheivillagMV'/wfeo will rectify to the facts." ."Appended is the husband's,, cignatu c ; to the stctemeht, , :•, .. j ,».. ,;, «. " (R. Spink),, -,; " IG. S. Sostlinfc . , „ „ . Ipswich Stoeet, , „. ■ ■'■ ■ ■'"■•■ rl Stottmarket. 1 Tkis is certainly a. very pitiable ease, and the hapfcy 'cure'wftragHt'uy this simple but powerful remedy, must move.tb/e sympathy : of all' hefcrte,.in. a 'coinmohjplieaiurer.. This poor woman had been" a 'cripple- for twenty of her best years^yeariin which she should have had such' comfort uid enjoyment at , life has to give. ' But, on the contrary, the was a miserable 'burden 1 ' t« hitrsfelf and a source of cave to her friends.' '-NoV,Ait an - age when the .'rest of us are growing feeble, ; she, in a manner, .renew* :ier.yonth and •;.■ almost, begins a new existent /What a blessing and what a Ktl No one : who knows her, or who reads'Jior story, bat -. will ixi thankful that" the "good Lord has •: enabled men" to' discover a remedy capable of bringing about a euro that reminds us if '■- we apeak' it, reverently^f, ,th«!\age o£ " miracles. • ' "''''. ''" -f- '•'-' 'rt>' ' ' '*,'■

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STARTLING EVENT IN A VILLAGE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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STARTLING EVENT IN A VILLAGE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890