MESSRS. EDITORS.—A very effective cure for moles and warts without pain is to tie a waxed thread around each, as near the root as possible, not tight enough to break the skin, or cause pain. As fast as the excrescence is observed to wither away,. a new thread must be tied below the previous one ; this may be done every day. In a few days the wart or mole will be gone. I have done this oftentimes without suffering pain. F. D. Fire Island, N. Y., June, 1858.
This article was originally published with the title "Removing Moles and Warts"