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"DELIGHTFUL" FREATMENT FOR CURING CORPULENCE. The process of curing any physical disorder is so generally the converse of delightful" that the use of this and similar terms in reference to Mr. F. C. Russell's now popular treatment for corpulency naturally attracts speoial attention. These terms are to be fonnd in a large number of letters included in the just-issued 18th edition of Mr. Russell's little volume of 256 pages, "Corpulency and the Cure" (Woburn House, Store-street, Bedford- square, London, W.C.). These communications are from persons of both sexes, and it is apparent that their number is represented by thousands annually, who have found in this treatment a safe, rapid, and permanent cure for excassive fatness. This testi- mony forms in the aggregate, indeed, a wonderful record of rapid reduction of excessive adipose tissue, and those who have personal reasons for being interested in the subjeot should send to the above a ddress six penny stamps for a copy (post free) of Mr Russell's notably suggestive little book. "I think the treatment most delightful," writes one out of a large number of equally enthusiastic correspondents. And the expressions" Admirabletonio," Splendid stuff," "A delicious bererage mixed with mineral waters," are of constant recurrence in this singularly- interesting correspondence. The details given by many of the writers of these letters as to the results of tha treatment fally justifies the use of such eulogistic phrases. It must certainly be delightful to experience the sensation of losing unnecessary and dangerous fat by pounds per week, and frequently by stones per month, and that by aid of treatment which simultaneously increases the appetite and renders its reasonable indulgence innocuous. The experience, too, must be still more delightful by the knowledge, which may be gained from a perusal of Mr Russell's book, that his pre- paration is a pure vegetable pToduct, without any admixture of the mineral poisons which are too fre- quently administered. With a condour which also is delightful, Mr Russell prints in his book the recipe for the preparation.

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