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IA ClIATTY REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S…

IMPRISONED ON A SHIP.

THE LATE EXECUTION ATI' CARMARTHEN.

THE INCREASE OF TRAIIf.PS.1

SUICIDE AT ABERDARB.

EVEN HP TO DATE.

MOW HE SATED HIS WIFE'S MFE!

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MOW HE SATED HIS WIFE'S MFE! Mrs. Jag. Wheeler, of 10, Stanley-grove, Croydon, owes her life to her husband, who, during her long and critical illness, never gave up the thought that she could and would be cured, although h?r friends and neighbours, who '.vere witnesses of her terrible suffering, thought it seemed like fighting against. fa.te. Quite accidentally Mr. Wheeler he&rd of a, cure of a, simila.r case by the use of Warner's S?.fe Cure. He bought the medicine, a.nd !us wife began its use, and tite results are given in his own oyer nine years my vvife has been a sufferer. She ha.s been under Allopathic, Homeopatllic, and the Antiseptic treatment, but all failed to do her &ny lasting good. In 1887 slie was seized with a, violent pain in the right side, and nothing ga,ve her relief. This would last for several days and D; I nights, causing distressing spells of retching, sleeplessness, pro-itra.tion, no appetite. b&d ta?te in mouth, tongue furred, constipation, and great hulguidness, and a;bc'ut six months later she had a severe attack of yellow jaundice and inria.m- rnation of the bladder. Since that' time she has ha.d frequent attacks of dyspepsia -ind liver coinplaint, bejng- quite-unable to attend to her duties. She gradually grew worse, and each attack left her much weaker. The latter lwrt of 1891 ?ie became much worse; pacing wate.' very frequently, &on)etimcg pale, at other time'. highly-coloured; at times posing gravel and white Inny sediment, enusmg great pressure: suffered froi/i thirst, extreme nervousness, neu- ralgia, and pa.lpitat'.on of the heart.. The doctor informed, me that my wife would be no better, but the bouts would be more frequent and severe. She continued getting worse till August '93, when. we decided to give Warner's Safe Cure a. triaJ. The progress was slow tiI: in September I wrote to WarTier's, and after following their advice the different' symptoms commenced to disappear. In fact the prog-res. w:M marvellous. And a.fter taking Safe Curs for live months she is better than she ha.s been for vears. Her friends are surprised to see her, <uiA all state how well she looks. jLc212

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FIRE AT OLDHAM.

SUNDAY OBSERVANCE.

BETTING HOUSES CONVICTIONS.

A FATAL ITALIAN ELOPEMENT.

FROLICS OF A PRINCESS.

TRAMWAYS PURCHASE.

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