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Tivsbtisiaban Stasnarlial. ~~CHARLES^S Flectric Corn and Wart Cure. A New and Painless Cure for Corns and Wajis; it eontains no mineral aoids, caustics, or anything injurious; it has the advantage over similar pre- parations in being quite painless. Success ia CE,.rb,iinf Beware of Imitations! In bottles, 91d. and la. lid. each, or to any Address on reoeipt of lid. or la. 3d. in Stamps. TESTIMONIALS. 14, Mary Ann Street, Dowlais, August 28th, 1886. Mr. Charles, Sir,-Please forward me another two bottlsa of yonr valuable Corn Solvent. The bottle that I received of you has done excellent work on a very large and nasty soft corn of mine. I enclose 2s. 6d. ia stamps for same.—Yours faithfully, J. DAVIES. Rhosyncooh, Mydrim, St. Clears, Carmarthen. Sir,—Please send me a bottle of Corn and Wart, Cure. I enclose you 15 stamps for the same. What I have already used has done wonderful good. —Yours truly, SABAH PHILLIPS. 31, High Street, Evesham, August 9th, 1886. Sir,—I shall be obliged by your sending me another bottle of ycur preparation for corns (stamps Is. 3d., enclosed), I do not think a cure for corns has yet been discovered, tut my wife has found your pre para t ion by far the best she has used, and she has tried many kinds.—Yours truly, JOHN S. SLATEB, M.R.C.S., L.S.A. Mr. Charles. Tylorstown, Pontypridd, 1—11—86. Dear Mr. Charles,—Please to send me one bottle mora of your -'Corn Cure." My friends speak higtlyof the benefit they have had by using it.- Faithfully yours, P. H. HUGHES, Congregational Minister. Llanfarthen Rectory, Valley, Anglesey, July 26th, 1887. Dear Sir,—I have every reason to be well satisfied with your Corn Cure.-Yours truly, THOS. JONES WILLIAMS. To Mr. Charles, Chemist, Brecon. 3, Oakbank, Birkenhead, 24-7-87. Dear Sir,—It is with pleasure I can add my tegsiixony to the invaluable remedy offered to those who suffer from Corns in your Electric Corn Cure," which gave me relief within one week after suffering acutely for more than three months, having tried many other supposed remedies during that period. —Yours truly, J. B. FLETCHER, Dear Sir,—I had thirty-six %artB on one hand oas bottle of your Corn and Wart ure completely rsiuoved every one of them. Signed, J. E. THOMAS, Telegraph Messenger, Brecon Post Office. &nt by Post for lid. or 15d. in Stamps. 49, Reporton Road, London: Mr. Will you kindly send me a Is. lid. bottle of your Corn Bradicator per return, for which I enclose postal order and stamps. I had some given me by a friend, and I find it invaluable; can you also let mo where I can procure it in London; I have tried several places, but without success. JAS. ELLIOTT. Sent by Post for lid. or 15d. in Stamps. EXTRACTS FROM Western Mail. T have just had a call from one of your oontri- baro-s who rejoices in the nom de plume of Ap Gwilym.' He wishes to confer a benefit upon his khv:i, and has Bought my aid in the praiseworthy endeavour. In writing of his pilgrimage to our Lady of Llanthony, he complained of the penance r.;1 a bad corn which refused to be comforted. Considerate readers, half-a-dozen in number, sent him specifics which were, it was said, certain to cam. He gratefully accepted them, and proceeded to make trip.1 of a fluid from a Mr. Charles, Brecon. E, u-irtd the preparation for three days and got rid cf Li.-trouble. Shades of Holloway and Beecham Herd's a testimonial of the right grit. I can believe the assertion, because the individual in question use;! to come up the editorial stairs as if he were going to a funeral, suffering the while a gouty afctaofc in tha left too to-day he came steaming up the liki a 40-horse power engine, at the rate of a icoie of steps to the second. I need not add that this is a genuine testimonial, and that there is no deception 1" Seat by Post for lid, or 15d. in Stamps. Mr. Charles Williams, your war correspondent, •relates in press circles in London a joke which sets the table in a roar.' When he reached Korti on his return journey he found there a curious packet at tha post-office awaiting him. On opening it he discovered it tc contain a mixture of corn solvent, addressed to him by a chemist at Brecon. This patriotic Cambrian medico had enclosed a note with the corn solvent stating that he had read his war intelligence in the Western Mail with very great interest; that, he concluded, taking into considera- tion the long journeys he had made in the desert, he must have by that time, not bells' on his toes; but something far more disagreeable, viz., corns. Brecon, he stated, knew no corns since the dis- covery of the Brecon Solvent. Aberhondduars could leap without winoing, and dance without regret, for their corns had all disappeared." Wholesale of BARCLAY & SONS, 95, Farringdon Street, London. Sold, retail by LAMPLOUGH & Co., 113, Holborn, aria 9a, Old Broad Street, London, E.C.-Price, 9!d. and 13id., or sent by Post direct from the Proprietor for lid. or 15d. in stamps, R. E. CHARLES, Manu- facturing Chemist, Brecon. Sent by Post for lid. or 15d. in Stamps, er may be ordered thremgh any chemist, but do net be persuaded to take anything else instead