AN ALARMING DISEASE AFFLICTING A NUMEROUS CLASS. The dis ase commences with a slight derangement ofthe stomach, but, if neglected, it in time involves the whole frame, embracing the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and, in fact the entire glandular system, and the afflicted drags out a miserable existence until death gives relief from suffering. The disease is often mistaken for other complaints ; but if the reader will ask himself the following questions, he ■will be able to determine whether he himself is one of the afflicted;—Have I distress, pain, or difficulty in breathing after eating ? Is there a duH, heavy feeling attended by drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow ti ge ? Does a thick, .ticky, mucous gather about the gums and teeth in the'mornings, accompanied by a disagreeable taste ? Is the tongee coated ? Is there p'in in the side and back? Is there a ;ulne;s abiut the right side as if the liver were enlarging? Is there costiven ss? I there vertigo or dizz ness when rising suddenly from a horizontal position? Are the secretions from the kidne\s scanty and highly colored, with a, deposit after standing? os food ferment soon after eating, accompanied by flatulence or a b-lching o gas from the stomach ? Is there frequent palpitation of the heart ? These yariou symptoms may not be present at one time, but they torment the sufferer in turn as the dreadful disease progresses. If the ca=e be one of long standing, there will be a dry, hacking cough, attended after time by expectoration. In very advanced stages the skin assumes' a dirty brownish appearance, and the bands and feet ,are covered by a cold, sticky perspiration- As the liver and kidneys become more ahd mere diseased, rheumatic prin appears, and the usual treatment proves entirely unavailing against this latter agoni-ing disorder. ITie o igin of this malady is indigestion dyspepsia, andasmallqum ityofthepreper medicine; will remove the disease if taken in its incipiency. It is most important that the disease should be promptly and . properly treated in its first stages, when a little m‘ dicine will e ecta.cure, and even w en it has obtained a strong hold, the correct remedy should Be persevered in until eveiy vestige of the disease is eradicated, unt I the appetite has returned, and the digestive organs restored to a healthy condition; ' The surest and most effectual remedy for ths distressing complaint is “Seig Ps Curative Syrup,” a veg table preparati n sold by all chemists and medicine vendors throughout the world, and by the proprietors, A, Ji White, Limited, 17, F rringclon road, London, E.C.; or the wholesale agents, Kempthorne, Prosser and Co.’s New Zealand Drug Company (Limited), Dunedi - ’, Chri-t----church, ' Wellington, and Auckland. This Syrup strikes at the very foundation of the disease, and drives it, root and branch, out of the system. -■ Market Place Pocklington, York October 2nd 1882. Sir, —Being a sufferer for years with dyspepsia in ill its worst forms, and-after spending pound in medicines, 1 was at last persuaded to try Mother SeL.el’s Cur tive Syrap, and am thankful to say have derived more benefit from it than any other medicine I ever took, and would advise any one suffering from the same complaint to give it a trial, the results they would soon find out for themselves. If you like to make use of this testimonial you are quite at liberty to do so. Yours respectfully, (Signed) R. Turner.
Seigel’s Operating Pills a e the best family physic that has ever been disco vere*. They cleanse the bowels from all irritating substancees, and leave them in a healthy condtion. They cure costiveness. St, Maty street, 1 eterborcugh, November 25th, 1881. Sir, —It gives me great pleas ure to inform you of the benefit I have received from Seigel’s Syrup. I have been troub ed for years with dyspepsia; but after a few doses of the Syrup I found relief, and after taking two bottles of it I feel quite tured. I am, Sir, yours truly, William Brent. Mr A. J. White, Hensingham, Whitehaven, Oct. 16, 1882. Mr A. J. White.—l'ear Sir, —I was for tome time afflicted with piles,: nd was advised to give Mother Seigd’s Syrup a trial, which I did. lam now happy to it te that it has estored me to complete h alth.—l j emain, yours ; respectfully, ] (Signed) John 11. Lightf_ot. i Mr White.' i September Sth, 1883. j Pear Sir, —I find the sale of Seigel’s Syrup ( steadily increasing. All who have tried it speak j very highly of its medicinal virtues ; one customer describes it as a “ Godsend to dyspeptic ■, people.” I always recommend it with confi- J dence. Faithfully yours, ' (Signed) Vincent A. Wilis,
Chemls',-Dentist, Merthyr Tydvi). To Mr A, J. White. Preston, Sept. 21st, 1883. My Dear Sir, —Your Syrup and 1 ills are Still very popular with n.y customers, many saying they are the best family medicines possib e. The other day a customer came for two bottlas of Syrup, and said “Mother Seigel’s had saved the; life' of his wife and he added, " one of these bottles I am sending fifteen miles away to a friend who is very ill. I have mueh faith in it” The sale keeps up wonderfully, in fact, one would fancy almost that the people were beginning to breakfast, dine, and sup on Mother aeigel’s Syrup, the demand is so constant and the satisfaction so great.—l am, dear Sir, your faithfully, (Signed) W. Eowker. A.J. White, Esq. 3 |
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1517, 18 April 1885
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