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The Scourge of Consumption.…

* A Case of Severe Rheumatism…

Pleurisy and Erysipelas Cured.…


Pleurisy and Erysipelas Cured. An Eight Months' Illness. 0 Miss Lilly Murphy lives with ber parents at Apsley Cottage, Bath-street, Keynsham, near Bristol, and she readily consented to tell the facts concerning her illness and cure to a reporter who cal!ed. "I was suddenly taken ill said Miss Murphy, "in June, 1898, with pleurisy. I was at Bristol Royal Infirmary for six weeks. I obtained tem- porary relief, \a n d was broughthome, but two or three days after, ery- si pel as came in my feet, and I wa, obliged to return to bed. This lasted for over a month, and then pleurisy set in the second time. I was quite helpless through weakness." Yes," interpo.>-d Mrs. Murphy, she was in a dread!ully low state, her hair came off, and we had to wait, on her night and day. Yrç, did not think she would live." "At length I was told," went on Miss Murphy, "of a young lady suffering from a similar complaint wno had received much benefit from Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I obtained a box of the pills, and had not taken tJwm for a week before my breath got better, and I began to feel stronger and more cheerful. My appetite came back, too, and in a month's time I couid. make my own bed and help about the house, and now 1 do everything for my mother." "I had five boxes in all, and though I had been seriously ill for eight iSjonths, yet I am now completely recovered."

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What Worns?] Suffer. '

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