We have received communication from a lady who has been under the care of Dr. Quimby, and whose restoration to health is somewhat marvelous. We believe Dr. Quimby is an ORIGINAL, entirely differing both in theory and practice from all his predecessors and contemporaries. Without the aid of the apothecary or Spiritualism, he has effected some of the most remarkable cures on record. An acquaintance of some twenty years with the Doctor enables us to judge pretty well of his singularities. We hope at no distant day he will publish his medical theory, even though it may conflict with the present opinions of the profession. The communication will appear to—morrow.
[“Evening Courier”, partially obscured, is handwritten at the top of this article and “Felch” is handwritten below. Note: Isaac Newton Felch was the editor of the Portland, Maine, Evening Courier, and the Daily Evening Courier, in the 1860s. In the early 1840s, Felch edited the Belfast, Maine, Waldo Signal.—Ron Hughes.]