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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 March 1896

T ' tv m TlTE HAETDRI) I JTcr 'Nearly-."" - a2 kg fii A s 2LOO I!" C'ont. tlio $ffiM -WHITE FOll iflJS Sold by authorized deal-Wt-M ' ors or direct irom Rf-JP I tlL bLU. uLLIVLn bl!.5 iSHniHM MANUFACTURES, I IIM" I I r ' aJW' XSaUamU'greS.Jl r TM-, I 11 .IBMUr I llVMI.flttT3jaBMiMBEMMBHBTI11ll,lillUUl'l,a,.1T.Tir.xg.ajga Whirdr uulem r done whi.l n tliiltiit (!Mrni Utrrmi in trim in ''n lillilr Wm PINK ftttTURE whin i' iii n ., ini tin inn on. 2Y WU, MWV LIVES HIIUlllH -' 1, Mil li li..',lo III fills. SfclU:i . M . ill a Hlll1f4lfHntl M .ill ii i Mini 4, Opt 111 I ill (i,,' f p Freak W. Kl'ij I . . i n it i-v. rj rarkakP. The Lexington Business College, UNC0RP0I1ATLD ) A' rr?t Iff Stjitnr r sirs J rsrspa ir ffrwc jbph .JA'- " , m"Tf Jrif SSr ;-n hhsW'Lijh rtiH THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. ((,Nir 1, 'M"NiV,( .f .If Collar StfQlKMt Ottlclal n is fclffinii tiy ilif o4riiir c.f (ln Uoiiw iltli in 1 i' lri'llciil( ttii vUtt( llfjfle ItM'OTti,MiKJ ltl it rnn f un cmiu! iiuliit mIi ....

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 March 1896

It 'S DOLLARS TO OENTS 1 liat you part with your money viui some reluctance. After Betting money the difficulty is to keep it. ' Han't it true that you arc constantly . tcnijitcd to part with it. If you ask us if we arc putting temptation in your way, there's nothing lclt for us but to own up, that's just what we arc doing. You know it may easily be as foolish to keep money as it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices in an advertisement convoys but an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. Nothing flows so trcely from the facile pen of some advertisers as falsehoods. It Is just as easy to write a big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to ?i" is no more labor than to tfrite "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is deemed more effective. In many instances the phrases "Marked Down!" "...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 March 1896

V . t s 4 -1-!, aj 'J IT BLEW Phew! how it hlew 'round our way yesterday. The wind the snow tho elements conspired to make our sales drop away helow the aver age. We, therefore. AVill have to double our sales the coming week, and in order to do so will oiler i3ig Bargains. 13elow we afive you some nrices on iroods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods &; former price 50c 5d in. Water proof 40e,iormor price 50c. 5-1 in. Ladies clothOOc iormer price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, worth Oc. ' Fancy ginghams '7c, -worth 9c. Dark satnes 10 and I2i, worth 15c. Bed bankets 75c, $1 and.'25,worth$l50 per pair. Bed com Torts 90c, worth SI. j Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth Djc. Ladies woolen skirts 99c, worth S1.2. Millincn reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo' en hose worth J35c. Ladies union suits 98c, worth 81.25. Ladies and gents overgators 73c,worth SI. Boys boots, size '0,11 and 13, f r 1, worth $1.50. llubber boots .75, worth fj3.fci5. Ladies heavy shoes...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 March 1896

i .1 f J UllIOHl J.iCpUDlIUUl lhough no scrvant s(ooa tlicro to Friday, March 13, 1896, Cancer Of the Breast Mr. A. II. Cratisby is otic of the beat known and most highly respected citizens of Memphis, and resides ut 153 Kerr street In that city. small lump in her breast. She thought to her lips and checks, and her eves nothing1 of It. but It increased In size rapidly, and soon broke throitch the skin and commenced to discharge. She 'van at once put under treatment of the best physicians, but thc 'cry soon found that they could do her no good, and simply prescribed antiseptics to keep the place clean. Both her grandmother and aunt, by the way, had died with cancer, and when apprised of this fact the doctors said that they would not attempt to save her; that she was incurable. Although the cancer had by this time become and her health very low, one of the most noted specialists of New York then treated her. After treating her awhile, this doctor admitted that the MRS. A. II. CRAUSnV....

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 March 1896

s. - The vol. vm. & DSSESIjDD "T'DSDE XjEJja.13. Sj?f JJ- ' ' " Mini i ' I Oo30Lt. jfellPlL S ntbLU. i ltTAaa'jB&31l.T5ggtt,aJJULifBtlB OWENS Pink Mixture' W A Chilrfrnn'ft Mndlrlnfl Dvtry homo tlmuM luve it bi h . I I'ihk Mixture lur Teething Troubles Vnoplstt. No harmful drue. I.n uorj iiv physicians nnj uvtr KMI mothers. SU byill J.iln. 20c. no BOc. DotTLtt, Unit for llool frM. F. W. FLOYD & CO., OWtriOSORO, KT. M&mm fTor pearly 3E3CLCrES 03 H (19 4 cl rf loo 2er OElff KETJtMatlUaiTITXlWICH The Lexington Business College. s (incorporated.) SsXZ Sjjgppro THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. ((' HHti'tnl vtt th Mate A A 21 CvllfQt lllshrt (KIlclol 71 IS mIciimI tj I tic Uotrrmir of h I'rralilriilof tbetttalsCtillfCP ici;c'f.nnr.Mi:i n tu rmy if ncirMful liiUiitf. wliiwa i.UrlA Eurfito IiuuUrcUfc vt tlinitnniU of dollar rr aiiiiudi ItOIMi.Hr.KIM.NO Uught ty Acdial Iliiftl nr l rurl ice from trt to tintth No it Imi k N 4'fijliic IBeiul tif ltithlite Itr furluirtit 15 nr...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 March 1896

k I f K IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money with some reluctance. After getting money the difficulty is to keep it. llsn't It true that you ore constantly tempted to part with it. II you ask us if we are putting temptation in your way, there s nothing lelt for us but to own up, tint's just what we tue doing. You know it may easily be as foolish to keep money as it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices in an advertisement conveys Lut an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. Nothing flows so treely (torn the facile pen of some advertisers as false hoods. It is just as easy to write a big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $j to $i" is no more labor than to urite "Reduced from f i to $1.50," but in the minds of some1 merchants is deemed more effective. In many instances the phrases "Marked Down!...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 March 1896

,v '" , IT BLEW Phew! how it blew 'round our way yesterday. The wind the snow the elements conspired to make our sales drop away below the average. We, therefore, Will have to double our sales the coining week, mid in order to doso will oiler ig Bargains. Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former price 50c. 54 in. Water proof 40c,(ormer price 50c. 54 in. Ladies clothOOc former price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5ci worth (5c. I Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satines 10 and 12'., worth L5c. i Bed blankets 75c, 81 ! and81.;25,worth$150 per pair. Bed comforts 9b'c, worth St. Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirts !K)e, worth 1.2:1. Millinery reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo1 en hose 21c, worth 35c. Ladies union suits 08c, wort li 1.25. Ladies ami gents overgators 73c, wort h SI. Boys boots, size ?0,H and 13, for L, worth $1.50. Rubber boots $-.75, worth 83.25. Ladies heavy shoes 98c, wort...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 March 1896

'L'I1 Hartford Republican .PlllllAV, Makch 20, 1896 Contagious Blood Poison. Mr. Frank I). Martin, who is engaged In tlie jewelry business at 920 Avenue. Washington Cltv. where he Is woll and favorably known, was a victim of that worst form of ills-case contagious blood poison. He realized that his life was about to be blasted, for this terrible disease has baffled the skill of the physicians for ajres, and they have never yet been able to effect a cure. His mental despair can better be imagined than described. In a recent letter he say: "About four years ago I contracted a severe case of contagious blood poison, and It was not long before I was In a terrible condition. I Immediately placed myself under treatment of two of the best physicians in Washington city. Their treatment, which I took faithfully for six months, cost me just three hundred dollars, and left me worse than when I began it. My condition cau with red blotches, my hands and feet uur books on blood and skin diseases,...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 March 1896

- "- ""pt ' --y i M m 'i-l- -1 L. TTWi -! Dysnctxla, i 1 SssS t1 "si I . H y jy KinsiSiW mlnrmi uirn e&ouii Vrr' nni J SEEmiLiZ? TCXaTJEZ: ft:.j., a V ' aVsr . - HAETDRD siaiN aJm Soar asiiatw mLb XjDE3.&.:D. 0 p . . p in 0 fl o CO oezit. ncaaaa6UOEOBe5Bicaueaon''. n D Badly a O M M o IT a day? g c a k (hit repeatedly, because 9 scru us uiseascs mien iuiiu miiui bi 61 ailmen'. If ou nre weak n am ! . uttally ex- pt Brown's luusud lunous, q hae no appetite inI can t work, hiin nt once tak gg Irwi in the m nt ag ' lc Urtnmhfiiing tKli( iiir which is J '1 mn a Iron Bit- a Bitters ttrs m m thcry Dut dote. U IT cu RES S Kidney and Liver S n Ncurnliria, Troubles. a m Constipation, Impure Blood, u S iMnlarli, Ncr nua ailments 2 a Women's :ompUlnts. y Oft 0111 ti - k' ul' f It Iips cio4 rcj M J I ici t ii tt c wrapper g Jj DROWN Ch .Ml L CO. DVLTIMORK, MD 5 We will you the Daily nnd Suiulny Courier-Journal and Till! m.ic .s' for one ear for ?o.25 0 -. " J5 i i ,r . SWffl ' VffLllRF ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 March 1896

; I IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money with some reluctance. After getting money the difficulty Is to keep it. llsn't it true that you arc constantly tempted to part with it. If you ask us If we nre putting temptation in jour way, there's nothing lelt for us but to own up, that's just what we nre doing. You know It may easily be as foolish to keep money as it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices in an advertisement conveys but an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. Nothing flows so irecly from the facile pen of some advertisersas falsehoods. It is just as easy to write a big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to $1" is no more labor than to irrite "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is deemed more effective. In many instances the phrases "Marked Down!" "Reduc...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 March 1896

PB.'X.U L JLl ALWAYS Hf ittk. en m am sst IbitiPSlIUI Keeping so far in front Unit we luivo io look around the bend in the river behind to see anything that resembles competition. We never follow. BECAUSE WI have the Goods and delight everybody. BECAUSE WIJ catch the trade and rt.iti.sl everybody. 20 yds. heavy Domestic 81. 20 yds. extra quality shirting- cotton $1. 10 yds. nice calico 40c. 20 yds. good bleached cotton SL Heavy cotton jeans l()c. Heavy cottonnade 12 Ac. Ladies black cotton 2 lose 5c. New fine Handkerchiefs 5c. Good cottonnade pants 50c. ' Heavy woven Corsets 50c. Ladies shirt waists 50c. Ladies ties 25c. Gilt belts 25c. Latest novelty, Irredescent belts (50c. Leather belts 25c. Novelties in ladies collars and collaretts Millinery, Our Entire Line Will be open for Easter, under the management of a thoroughly competent trimmer. Dress We show a line that competition cannot equal; the latest with trimmings to suit. It MaKes no Difference Where ou n to IojU fir I) less G...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 March 1896

r Hartford Republican I 1'IUDAY, MAKCII 87, 189G a WW: . m MP em All Her Life. Here is anotlicr case showing thnt there are few remedies whicli cure deep-seated blood discuo. Eczema is one of the most obstinate blood troubles. S. S. S. wines out completely this disease, as woll an all other evidences of impure blood whether obstinate or mild. ' There are few men better known all over DcKalb county than Jlr. 12. D. Jenkins who resides at Lithoula Georgia. He is the owner of a quarry ot the celebrated I.ithouia granite, which is o extensively used in several States, and is acknowledged to have no superior as a paving stone. His family has lived in DcKnlb for forty years and everybody knows them. "Ever since she was a year old," he said, in n recent interview, "my daughter, Ida, has suffered from and I have never hcird of a worse case of this dreadful disease. I'or v7 ifj fc: . i.OT a IDA JENKINS. teen years she has been badly broken out all over her body, causing her untold suffering,...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 April 1896

I CO ID) 4 0 LLC loo JPojr Boa.aa.R.i.sBDBeisiaaa I Feel CT I Badly :Today? We ask this repeatedly, because JJ 3 serious diseases often follow trilling to I ailments. If jou nre wrak q ami ntntrally ? a Brown's tuusictl, nenoui, have n' uppetlic m ami can't work, m hcijin at once tak m I Iron intethemest rella q Me itmiKthetiitie n met! I cine, which is 9 Ji..m Irui. Lit 3 I Bitters trs Hcnrfitcomft n from the very Grit a Joie. ag 3 IT CURES Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver 2 a Neuralgia, Troubles, e b Constipation, Impure Blood, sa J Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints, J Get only the genuine It ht crossed red J lines on the wrapper 2 J BROWN CHEMICAL CO. DA! 'IMORE, MO. S i scB9Dosoc2ozoooaaiiesz We will lurnish jou the Daily nnd Sunday Courier Journ il ami Tin: REPUBLICAN for one J ear for $S .25 llcnilnrlif mill Ai'imifri eurcil by l)i MI1.K.V l'AIN l'll.LS. 'tliiui'tiiliiilii t." u u. tee. i " IF YOU WANT THC ErT , lor your TOUACCO, to RICE & GIVENS. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 9...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 April 1896

IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money with some reluctance. After getting money the difficulty is to keep it. lisn't it true that ou arc constantly tempted to part with it. 11 you ask us if we are putting temptation in your way, there s nothing left for us but to own up, tint's just what we ate doing. You know it may easily be as foolish to keep money ns it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices .in an advertisement conveys but an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. Nothing flows so Ireely from the facile pen of some advertisers as falsehoods. It is just as easy to write a big He or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to 1" is no more labor than to n-rite "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is deemed more effective. In many instances the phrases "Marked Downl" "Reduced to...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 April 1896

ALWAY Keeping so far in front Hint wo have to look around the bond in the river behind to see anything that resembles competition. We never follow. BECAUSE WIS have the Goods and delight everybody. BECAUSE WIS catch the trade and s.Ufsly everybody. zelooik: :e3::e:e3:e 20 yds. heavy Domestic SI. 20 yds. extra quality shirting cotton $1. nice calico JOc. 20 yds. good bleached cotton SI. Heavy cotton jeans 10c. Heavy cottonnade 12 ic. Ladies black cotton Hose 5c. New line Handkerchiefs 5c. Good cottonnade pants 50c. Heavy woven Corsets 50c. Ladies shirt waists 50c. Ladies ties 25c. Gilt belts 25c. Latest novelty, Irrcdescent belts 00c. Leather belts 25c. Novelties in ladies collars and collaretts Millinery, Our Entire-Line Will be open for Easter, under the management of a thoroughly competent trim mer. IDnress We show a line that competition cannot equal; the latest with trimmings to suit. It Makes no Where you go to look f r Dress Dry Goods alter leaving our store, piessed on your r...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 April 1896

J Hartford Republican l'niDAY, lSgfl lip Gone! Tlierc Is not a more familiar figure ou tlie streets of Atlanta than Hie man whose picture U here hIiowii. Everybody knows him by Mpht nnd It will be remembered that years ago he began to wear ou his upper lip, just utuler his nose, a small piece of court plaster, not larger than a silver half dime; this plaster he has worn constantly, though It gradually Increased In size, as everybody knows, until It was as large as a silver dollar. This man Is M. M. Nicholson, who resides at the corner of Anderson and Curraii Sts, It was thirty years ago, that he first noticed a tiny scale, like a piece of wheat bran, on his lip. He at first thought It only a fever blister, but It was not long before his cheeks became diseased and painful to the touch, and he soon realized that he had fallen a victim to that mo.t dreadful disease-Cancer. It rapidly increased in size and severity, and remembering that his father had cancer when he died, and that his u...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 April 1896

8Krea m tMFBffiftlttK3!M 2X732; C3 0 d CD M Q (ft s 0 loo 3P:r V It's our children NkU " 9 who will control KfiK. the world nftcr IBk we are - ...w r,ui. - n prolmlily you have a nervous, weak or puny child that need's building up; if so, Rive it M Hkown's fibt, wk. IRN K 1 I JbJ BtTTEKS, MraBV lL JM which is also PfT to VI good for you or k&jJL. ii any member of iiCy (as W. ml "le f,,m"y who jkaup " m feels unwell. H&Kt V in We will luiuiidi you the Dally nm! Sunday Courier-Journal mid This for one year lor $S 25 MILKS' l'AIN 1'll.I.S. Onu 11 ilum." by L U. ft. J. IV. mrtus. ' IF YOU WANT THE BEST PftiClI for your TODACCO, Ship to RICE & GIVF.NS, TOBACCO WAREHGU8I, n 002 to 003 W. Main In Louisville, Ky. 2 91 QUICKEST THE r7iSvi LINE- DtTWtCN LliUEfJllll Direct Connection! For CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. Direct Connections (or ' all Points In Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Mexico, and California. FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Write ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 April 1896

'! N w M jj f ' IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money with sonic reluctance. After getting money the diQiculty is to keep it. lisn't it true that you arc constantly remitted to nart with it. II you ask us if we arc putting temptation in vour wav. there's nothing lclt for : us but to own tip, that's just what we are doing. You know it may easily be as foolish to keep money as it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices in an advertisement conveys but an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. Nothing flows so treely from the facile pen oi some advertisersas falsehoods. It is Just as easy to write a big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to $1" is no more labor than to rvrite "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is deemed more effective. In many instances the phrases "Mark...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 April 1896

1'. ft'-. ALWAY Keeping so far in front Hint wo have to look around the bond in the river behind to sec anything that resembles competition. We never follow. BECAUSE W15 have the Goods and delight everybody. BECAUSE WIS catch the ttado and satisfy everybody. Tli.sft's "Wliy. xjooosz :e3::e::3:b 20 yds. heavy Domestic SI. 20 yds. extra quality shirting cotton $1. 10 yds. nice calico 40c. 20 yds. good bleached cotton SI. Heavy cotton jeans 10c. Heavy cottonnadc 12 ic Ladies black cotton Hose 5c. New fine Handkerchiefs oc. Good cottonnadc pants o()c. Heavy woven Corsets 50c. Ladies shirt waists .00c. Ladies ties 2oc. Gilt belts 25c. Latest novelty, Irrcdescent belts (50c. Leather belts 25c. Novelties in ladies collars and collaretts Millinery, Our Entire Line Will be open for Easter, under the management 's of a thoroughly competent trim mer. XDiress We show a line that competition cannot equal; the latest with trimmings to suit. It Makes no Difference Where yon go to loot fjr Dresi Go...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 April 1896

I ,i 'mn 'u " ' Hartford Republican KllIDAY, A.'RIt. 10, IS96 Beware Of Mercury! Whenever a doctor Is called upon to treat a blood disease, the result nine times out of ten In that the treatment is worse than the disease, and in a short while the patient lands his condition far worse than it was at first. The reason of this is that notwithstanding the great progress made in surgery, and in sonic branches of medicine, the doctors have failed absolutely to discovers cure for blood diseases, whether In the form of pill, powder or liquid, their treatment is always the same potash and mercury which temporarily dry up the poison in the system and no sooner has it taken on the full effects of these powerful drugs, than that suppleness and elasticity of the joints give way to a stiffness, fol lowed by the racking pains of rlicti' matlsm. Then follows loss of hair and linger nails, and even decay of the bones a condition most horrible, Mr. Henry Roth, of 1843 South Ninth street, St. Louis, M...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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