ro u THE HISTORY OF AN OLD FAMILY BEMEDT TOLD BY ONE OF THE FAMILY. OUR branch of the Wills family came from the town of Bristol, in the southern part of England. My father, Chas. Wills, was of an adventurous, roaming disposition. Induced by the wonderful stories of fortunes easily made in America, he decided to emigrate with his family to that favored land, with the hope of securing the fortune which he despaired of obtaining in old England. All the family, except the wife, were eager to set sail at once, but she objected, because, in case of sickness, she would be unable to obtain the services of her old family physician, Dr. Wills, who was a relative, and for years had been their medical adviser, and who had a reputation in that part of England for wonderful cures of Neuralgia, Biliousness and diseases of the Liver. She finally consented to consult the Doctor in regard to it, who told her, "Yes, you can go, for I will give you a recipe that will be worth more to you than all the doctors in America."