8 T H E II E R A L D O F P R O G R E S S . [ im p o r t a n t m e d ic a i . fa c t .] S P I R I T H E A L - M r . E d it o r : —Being requested to narrate the terrible sufferings from disease and the effects of medicines, a nd the remarkable relief and cure, through Spirit and Magnetic Agency, of Charles C. Chamberlin, son of Stewart Chamberlin, of LeRroy, N. Y., I will do so in the briefest manner possible, only giving facts , a nd allowing the reader to draw his own conclusions. Charles was born in 1838, and is now in his tw enty-third year. At one year of age, he was a ttacked with inflammation of tho lungs, and his system was so diseased in consequence E M P L O Y M E N T F O R W O M E N . T h i r t y D o llars a W e e k . FEMALE AGENTS WANTED, a t homo or to trav. in Salary or Commission, for New Books. THE THINKER. By A. J . Davii ; T IIE ARCANA OF NATURE. Prico $1 00. Price 1 00. By Hudson Tuttle. 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II.--Sprain in hack, was nearly drawn j 0 f any confidence at all. Address thereof, that he could not lio down for eigh- ( P U B L I S H I N G - teen months. This was followed by an attack of coxarutn morbus in right hip (scrofulous hip disease,) from which ho suffered three years, and resulted in stiff joint. Then followed various diseases ; at tho age of twelve he was rendered nearly blind with scrofulous sore eyes. This was followed by rinting Oftico has boon established by ladi with tho d esign of employing female compositors at a fair compensation. Thoir rooms aro specially adapted to this objoot, being more a iry, light and oloanly than those of most printing establishments. They hope in timo to afford tho same rates to female compositors that aro now given to journeym en ; it being thoir belief that work equally well done is fairly entitled to equal romu- scrofulous swellings and abscesses in both feet I noration. IIow far this purpose may bo accomplished and right knee, producing caries of the bones, j remains for the public to decida. feet, and right leg. Under this s tate of things j Oonfidont that tho work issuod from this office will he lingered along for five years—emaciating, hear comparison with that of any establishment in growing out of shape, and suffering indescri -1 cit>’> thoy refer to several popular pu ioatf bable tortures. He had now lived three years longer than the most sanguine physicians and friends believed possible. His mother, Mrs. Chamberlin, was a well-1 Lectures, Addresses, Legal Documents, Reports, <fec. developed Medium, and with a care, that none win bo printed on reasonable torms, and with neatness but a m other possesses, aided and guided by and dispatch. Spirit-powcr, she sustained life, and kept S, 4t A. HOYT, 8 C ity H a ll Place. N. Y. the mind and body together. But, at this | Brown’s Water Furnace Company, time, her vital powers were too much ex-| Mnnufaoturora^nirown'. P a le, hausted. The abscesses were discharging, as estimated, over one p int perday! Added to this, among which are “ T ub H k AnTiiSTONE,\ also tho now volume by Dr. E llis on “ D isbasr .” j To reformers and liberal minded men a nd women they look for aid in this enterprise. H O T W A T JC R F U R N A C E , For warm ing and ventilating Dwelling, School and Bank Buildings, Hospitals, Stores, Qreen-IIonses, Gra peries, &c. Also, Steam A p p aratus constructed for warm ing H o tels, Factories, &c. 2 7 4 C a n n l S t r e e t , N e w Y o r k , Three doors e a st of Broadway. Western Advertisements. there was over one p int of m atter discharged daily, (supposed to come from the kidneys,) th a t would become as thick as jelly on cool ing. He was now eighteon years of age, yet, one would suppose, from his appearance, th a t he could n o t have been over his ninth year. B ut one more effort must be made. The writer, then residing a t Lockport, N. Y., was sent for. I went, and after seeing him, and getting a history of his life, my own judg- m ent decided that his case was beyond a hope, | South Clarki betWeen Harrison & Polk Sts. and that he could remain in the form but a (p. o. Box 3413,) CHICAGO, ILL. few days at m o st; yet it appeared that our N earest First-Class House to the Michigan Southern, friends, who discern not through the physical Chicago and Rock Island, St. Louis, A lton and Chicago, form, saw otherwise. The effort was made, I an(l Pittsburgh, F o rt W ayne, and Chicago Railroad and a great change was produced at once ! I DcPols- an(! but a short distance from the other Depots The jelly-like discharge ceased, slowly and a \d Steam b o a t Landings. gradually he recovered, and on the 24th inst., *14~5 _____________ M. WICKHAM, Proprietress. being near LeRoy, my curiosity led me to pay ; K E D Z I E ’S R A I N W A T E R F I L T E R , him a visit, being four years since I treated j P atented J a no art 10,1854. his case. Many bones had rotted, and had | MANUFACTURED BY JAMES t e r r y & CO., wholly or in part come away, yet I was very much surprised to find that, in the meantime, he had acquired a good shape, with the ability to get about. I. G. A tw ood . East 14 th St., February, 1860. S P I R I T S C U R E R H E U M A T I S M . [F riend D avis :—An old subscriber to the Telegraph, Mr. M. P. Caldwell, of Burns, Wis., writes to me under date of March 5th, and after saying many clever things of our publications, he narrates an interesting experience of his own, which I think it but just to science and to human ills to record in the H erald of P rogress Respectfully, C harles P artridge .] \ I have been sick” he says, \ with rheu matism five months, during which time three different doctors have treated me, besides, I have used several of the advertised specifics, and have applied the W ater Cure system, and all with no good effect. I was called to La Crosse on business, and put up for the night. I went into the sitting room where there was a man by the name of De Wane who, imme diately on my entrance, was taken with severe pain in his back and otherwise became in great 59 & 61 STATE ST., ROCHESTER, N.Y. &F* Tho Board of Commissioners o f W ator Works, in Savannah, Ga., in their Annual Report, say : “ Dom estic Filtration is now successfully done with a simple contrivance invented by Mr K e d z ie, o f Rochester, N. Y. The Diaphragm and all other patented Filters, except his, have failed. tho Miracles of Jesus. By Prof. M. Durias. Prico ! double. Cured in ono application and w as able to walk I 25 cents. homo. THE BIB L E : Is it of Divine Origin, Authority, and CASE 5, M a s t. .--C u rvature of Spino and chicken Influonoo? By S. J . Finney. Prico, in papor 25 ots. Breast. Spine stratghtonod a nd breast mado natural in Cloth, 40 c ts. | 2 months. THE W AY OF SALVATION oalmly considered ; being CASE 6, Mr. M.—Chronic Rheumatism in legs, an Exposure of tho Fundamental Doctrines of Evan- | feet, arms, and back, 35 years standing. Thirty-two golical Christendom. By J. S. Loveland. Prico 8 ots. I o perations curod ; greatly relieved after tho seventh. . . r , , i , ! f! ASE 7. Mr. W— . fiii vnnn nl,l Pnl.v 10 vnnrc 1 Tho above aro just publishod and for sale at wliolo- salo or retail by LAR0Y SUNDERLAND, Boston, Mass. 11 I 6 STOP BLEEDING. STOP SPITTING BLOOD. A C e r tain C u r e f o r H e m o r r h a g e . n ighest Testimonials. Send for a Circular. Inbox- containing twelve powders, at $2 ; or sent by mail, BELA MARSH, 14 Bromfield St., Boston. marlOtf Special Notices. o p eratio ns cured ; greatly relieved afte r tho seventh. I CASE 7, Mr. W , 65 years old. Palsy 19 years standing. Ourod in seventeen operations ; after tho I in envelopes, $1 for six powders, fourth, was enabled to work at his trado, W atch Maker. Sold by T. MUNSON, Agent, Wholesale CASE 8, Mr. T.— L iver Complaint and Inflamma- 1143 Fulton Street, New York, tion of bowels. Curod in four operations. CASE 9, A lderm a n ------ .—Severe case Bronchitis, 14 years standing. Breathed free and natural after tho first application. Cured in a b o u t twelve operations, j CASE 10, Mr. F .—Tumor. Romoved by absorp- on« in„ aboutbout fiveive woeks.eek«. CASE 11, Mr. J . —Paralysis of right side; had ad Rotail, S . M a g n e t i c ai*«l C l a i r v o y a n t P h y s i c i a n , No. 221 Central Street, Lowell, Mass. r>M i - ' ' i Rheum atism , N euralgia, Fevers, Nervous and Spinal THOSE SHFFKMEO EEOH UO l . f » j „ M„ ie „ case h , Mr or right «,d,; had Drp Cntter is .„ille!l in lim ice b Mr< „ w application ; l0*t *» ° ° ntro1 \ « h t \™ » ,h” Tho ! W at.Eaa, a Clairvoyant an.l Healing Median,. Ought to apply immediately for a jui of E lectricity and Magnotism, to D U . 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The manipulations made me feel easier a t once, and I have continued to get better—to have less and less pain day after day—and now six days have elapsed, and I am about well. Mr. De Wane and myself were entire strangers and 1 had not said me word to him about being sick. \ I have been converted from a rank infidel to a belief in the immortality of man, by my own observations and experiences in Modern Spiritualism. I have been admonished by it to have charity and to render good for evil. I used profane language profusely, which habit my spirit friends have corrected. They have also corrected my habit of eating hog-mcat, chewing tobacco,and of drinking tea,coffee, and whisky, and have reformed me as to some o ther bad habits. “ I was raised undor orthodox influences Y et they never inspired me with any holy thought, or new endeavors. But modern Spiritualism seemed adapted to my slate, and has worked wonderful cures and reformations in me. I feel happy to-day under its influ ence. 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