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Day
17
Month
February
Year
1893
Copyright
Public Domain
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CATARRHAL DEAFNESS CURED. An Old Case Successfully Treated. The symptoms are: Roaring, cracking, buzzing in ears, with gradually increasing difflculty in. hearing. If not cured the hearing -will be entirely destroyed. When the case ias not already gone too far before the treatment isbegun, Pe-ru-nawill cure every case. It is only afterthe catarrh has destroyed portions of the middle ear that Pe-ru-na fails to cure. Mr. Frederick Bierman, of McComb City, Miss., had chronic catarrh very badly for many years. The disease finally passed up the eustachian tube into the middle ear, and had almost destroyed his hearng. He has been taking Pe-ru-na Dut a short time, and his catarrh is very much better, and he hears again as well as any one. Send for a free copy of "The [llustrated Hls of Life." Sent free Dy the Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturïng Co., of Columbus, Ohio. "Struck the Ooiden Mean'' As a Blood Purifier. The Detroit Free Press says: 'HibDard's Rheumatic Syrup, prepared by The Charles Wright Medicine Company, of this city, has struck the Gold311 Mean, in the treatment of all blood diseases, and its success is an evideuce that an honest, pure and valuable mediciüe is not incapable of attracting the attention oï every family. There seems to be but one opinión as ;o its merit as a family medicine." This is the real secret of the success of this wonderful remedy. lts perfect and speedy action in removing all impure and poisonous matter from blood. No home should be without it, as a horough and effectual blood purifier for young and old. For sale by all druggists.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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