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ilOME OF THE FùLLY.

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WHOLESALE TIMBER STEALING.…

ST. ASAPH POLIUti COURT.

WORTH KNOWING.

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WORTH KNOWING. The Bristol Times and Mirror says: In conversation the other day with a leading divine of Bristol, he mentioned his experience in the use of an article in favour of which much has been said lately. The clergyman referred to, while suffering from severe 1am- bago, was given a bottle of this remedy y > friend, and he was delighted with the speedy care ic effected. This caused him to recom- mend it to others, who have used it witt- marvellous results. Our attention having been called to the matter in this way, we tel that, in the interest of our readers, it was 00 doty to make inquiries on the subject among chemists and druggists. We find that thi article is universally spoken of in the highest terms. Many have expressed their feeling 01 paper. Mr James Henry Gould writes from 24, Cumberland street, Bristol, that he hat- derived so muoh benefit from using the pre- parations in questionâSt Jacobs Oil-that hi cannot refrain from telling the wonderful benefits conferred npon him by its use. He it- an account book maker, and suffered so severe- ly from rheumatism that he was compelled t< relinquish his work. He consulted a doctor and took a large quantity of medicine, but al to no purpose. As acquaintance induced him to try St. Jacobs Oil. He used less than htili a bottle, and has resumed work again, entirel) free from the complaint from which he had suffered so long. A member of the firm 01 Hardori, Son and Hall, the well-known litho graphers and printers of this city, testifies n the warmest manner possible to the surprising benefits he has derived from its use in neural- gia and rheumatism, and says that his familj and friends could mention a dozen caset- where its value has been proved beyond doubt. Another instance of speedy disappearance ot rheumatism was brought to our notice. Miss Agnes Fuller, of Southfield-villas, Westbury- on-Trym, who had been a long Bufferer, useo St. Jacobs Oil and received immediate relief- Other inquiries have brought strong cases of suffering before as where remedy has beeu used with like results, so that we give tb. ..etails as above, feeling that a matter of suoh importance as the existence of this powerful remedial agent in the relief and cure of rheu- matism, neuralgia, and other painful diseases should be known to all. We might refer to the remarkable case of Henry Ricketts, who resides at Trym Cottages, Westbury. He suffered severely from rheumatism for the last two years, and early this year he was attacked so badly that he had to be conveyed to Bath Hospital so as to have the benefit of the waters. His case was so serious that be was discharg- ed in five weeks worse than when he entered. He was pronounced incurable and taken home and then persuaded to try St. Jacobs Oil. His pain was so great he could not apply it himself. His wife rubbed the oil in well, and, difficult as it may be to believe, this single application entirely freed him from al. pain, and he is, of course deeply grateful for his recovery."

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