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Strange.—On the night before he died; the late Lord Chief Justice Campbell, at a dinner party in his own house, said : “I think a clause should be added to the Litany, and, after praying againstjsudden death wo should say, ‘From a lingering illness, good Lord deliver us.'” About midnight, after a cheerful talk with his children, ho retired to rest. The next morning his servant, going into his, room, found him in an armchair lifeless, but calm, as if asleep. Holloway’s Pills. Nervousness and want of Energy,—When first the nerves fed unstrung, and listlessness supplants energy, it is the right time to take some alterative _as Holloway’s Pills to prevent disorder running, into disease. These excellent Fills correct all irregularities and weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet sq energetically on the functions of digestion and assimilation, that the Whole body is revived, the blood is rendered richer and purer, "the muscles become firmer, and stronger, and the nervous and absorbent systems are invigorated.; .These Pills are suitable for all classes and all ages.. They have a most marvellous effect on persons who are out of condition; they soon rectify what- . ever is in fault, restore strength to the'body and confidence to the mind.—[Advt.]

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 342, 12 May 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 342, 12 May 1881

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