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STARTLING TRIALS OF AN ENGINEER

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STARTLING TRIALS OF AN ENGINEER The Liverpool Daily tost publishes the following thrilling account of the experience of a Cunard Steamship Company's engineer, and for the accu- racy of which it vouches. Mr. William Buchanan, one of the oldest engineers of Liverpool, had been 24 years in the ^Pvice of this company, and resides at 8, St. John s-roild, Kirkdale, Liverpool. Two years ago he was suddenly attacked with most excruciating pains, and had to be conveyed home from church. Then followed twelve months of such indescribable agony that he had to resign his position, incapacitated tor work by an acute rheumatic and neuralgic affection. Meoical opinion differed as to what his malady was all agreed it would lead to softening of the brain six of the most eminent physicians of Liverpool attended him, but afforded hini no relief, as his case was regarded by them as incurable. He could neither see nor hear for days. Often he became uncon- scious from pain. His cries of agony were heard by the neighbours. It required two or three strong men to hold him when the paroxysm came on, and physicians held consultations without avail. His family were in despair and his house was pointed out as one of a man dying. He came so near death that three physicians and two clergymen were at his bedside. Just then his wife's attention was called to a new remedy, then being introduced, which claimed to be a cure fer rheumatism and neuralgia. She procured a bottle and applied the contents to his head. It was a dying man's chance, a last hope. The remedy acted like magic. It saved his life, and he feels sure, and his family and friends feet sure, that had he not used it lie would be dead. He is alive and hearty, and in perfect, health. Wonderful to relate, he has never had the slightest return of pain since he was cured. He re-entered his old position, and in giving the foregoing facts he repeats that St. Jacobs Oil—which is the remedy referred to-saved his life. His case is no secret; his friends and neighbours are familiar with his former terrible sufferings and hopeless condition. His cure was considered so marvellous he has received over 200 visits and letters. The Post adds:—Such startling facts as these must con- vince all that this Ceinedy marks a most decided advance in the scionce of cure. Its powers seem truly magical. St. Jacobs Oil is sold by Chemists at 2s. 6d. a bottle, or by post 2s. 9d., from the Charles A. Vogele, Compa&f, Sole Proprietors, 45, Farringdon-road Lond^j 8358c

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