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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888
Bisiness Notices. FT- EATING'S POWDER destroys both t\_ fleas, moths, beetles, ana ail other insects, whilst quite harm lees to domestic animate, In exterminating beetles tbo success of this powdei is extraordinary, all is perfeotly olean m spplication. Sob the article yon poreh aat> is KEATINWS All Imitations are noxious and ineffectoal Sold m tins, t>d, Is, and 2b 6d eaoh, by all Chemists. ' BLANCAUIVS IODINE OF IRON PILLS * PPBOVEDbythe Academy of Medicine jt\. of Pwifl, are specially ret ommeoded by the Meaicai (Jelebrities of the World fcr Scrofula (Tumors, King's Evil, etc), ths eailj stages of CouEumption, Constitutional Weaknew, Poorness of Blood, and for stimulating and regnlating its periodic coarse. None genuine unleon signed " Blaasard, 40, rue Bo naparte, Pahi," Sold by Drqggißtt widCheimac chrougnom he ( oJonipf XfTOVST SOMIIRS & METHVBH LV_L ROYAL MAIL 00A0H. On and after January 1 it, 1885, the nderoigi.ed will ran » Ooauh eooh Monlay, Wednesday and Saturday, Starting at 'oou from Hood's Hotel, Mount Somers, or Spring bain and A.! ford Forest, there tfmeotlng with Duff a Ooaoh from Methver Earning same evening. Fares —Springnurn, So, return, 3b ; Alford Forest, v return, 6i. I 27 T. HIX. t UN WALD AND MOUtfT SOMMftS L RAILWAY. VIOUNT SOMKIS AND OAVBNDISH RO^AL MAIL OOAOH. The above Ooaoh leaves Rood's hotel or Cavendish Railway Station every day, neeting eaoh train. Passengers by morning train may proceed by ooaoh to Alford l'orest, thenoe to Mothven m time for the last train for Jhrlatohuroh, or may return In time for he last train for Ashburton, Parcels ant Orders will receive every attention. F^rse and Buggies on hire, m JOHN HOOD /A YARD AND BLAYN PAPER SIXTY yesrs of great success proclaim anpariority m the treatment of Violent Golds, Irritation of the Chest, Aching, Sprain Sprains, Sores, Bo*ldß, Conw, Bunions, Sof Corns, etc. This inedi tine, the property o which has been established more than half a century by thousan Js of cores, is of an invaluable use m many inflammatory diseases against which there are not many effi aclous remedies, and is therefore justly considered by • great number of oar most eminent physicians as the most active and leaßt irritating agent m the bove affections. ' In order to avoid counterfeiting, Messrs Fayard and Blayn's Bifenatnrv has to be required on eveiy ro of paper and on che box. Wholesale 30, Bue Baint-Merri, Paris France) and sold by all Chemists m the olonieg. Medical, iNN E WORD. DxabFbxkidb— We have hoi ne hesitation m addressing you In the manner following, but hope that It will not be looked at In any invidious light, when we state that k Is only our kegard Jor your, health that causes us to do It, We have, been a Firm of Analytical Chemists for many, many years and have In the long oourae of this time manufactured oertain Medicines that being bated on soientifio formula and absolute oare and precision In manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity far m advance of any other Pharmaoeutl. , oal Preparations of the day. How suooessful we have bean In this, la only to note the. extraordinary amount of the tales of our Haydock a New Liver Pill. We have the pletinrc to atria that we have sold 28,089 T lib of D* Haydook's New Liver PUU, luo reason nf this demand is because we find m Haydook' New Liver Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of concentrated mediolne. The Yiotories of Solenee— Eleotrlo Telegiapbf, Steam and Printing —revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and bet* ter. So, although there are countless PUli nned for diseases and claiming much m to theit merit, the remarkable discovery of Dr Haydook has eollpaed them all, and has founded ■ New Medioal System. The Dootori, whose vast doses of four o« five pill* enfeeble the itomaoh and paralyse the bowel*, must give way to the man who restores health and appetite with on<* or two of his extraordinary Vegetable Pills. One or two of Di Haydook'sNew Liver Pills sufGaes to plaoe the stomach In perfebt order creates an appetite, and renders the spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver is afleoted its funotlons are restored, and if the Nervous System is enfeebled, It la iivrigorated and sustained. TRANSLATION. Aykab, Proyj&ee of Burmah, 8.1. Honored and Learned Phycioian— The unworthy one who dares, to address you and oome before you hum oly In the dust, begs for his peopje (caßte) that you would deign to look upon their Ignoble miseries and oare them with your life-giving grains (Plllo). Illustrious one your most potent medlolra Is life to them and their children, and all the Drug Baiaara *xc empty and yonr Soul is not m them. ThL humble petitioner, although he is lowly and not worthy to be m yotir high presenoe prays that you will graolonsly permit your Life gr» »na (Pills) to oome to Aykab. To tile mo a learned and wise Physioian Haylook (Haydook) of high name. Native to the States of Amerloa, united In North America Country. Serviely signing fov hlihsen and twentythree otheza, the Petitltloner places his sign, Tn/ %*bbbakoim. Oarmi, _.. Arril 2, 1884. Dk J. Haydook : Dear Sir— lreoeived your Pills a week ago. I have tried them and must say that I never had so muoh goad done by anything as they .have me. I have Bufleredfor years with blllibusneßa and hf.ve been ho slok at times as not to oaretoliva, but your Pllla have onred me. . One aged man here has taken from me only t«o of your Pills, and I wish you could dee him. He haa had no appetite for five montln, and to-day he ate a dinner such as api ughman eats, I had to oheok him, but h laughed and said he ww treating his stomach to a new sensation, for it really vas hungry. I hand you wltb this four dollars. Please send at once, a below, your Pills Msf Saeah Mawwbbs. Oarml, lUlnols, U.S. We would gue you If we were to go on with them aa we very well oould do but the above most suffix, Haydoek's New Liver Pills aye the true grains and essence of health, and the greatest blessing that Solenoe has given to the world. For Nervous Prostration, Weakness, General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and Sick Headache, DrHaydreV New Liver Pills will be found ac Wjotual Remedy. Each vial contains "^ on ty Pills. Prioe Twenty-five Oentk For sale by all Drugflsts. Any socptlo eat have a vial of 'ills Sent him Free on receipt o his name and address, for a trial. Bend a postal card for copy of pamphlet—" The Liver and Its Mystery," V furnlthes valuable information to HAYDOOK & 00 , -.. NeirYork, D.S. , Uaotioml— Druggbts are desired to notwe that the name of J. : H. Awsb, sole agent, m written aorosieaoh dv«h paok- 1 agei -»f Haydook's Uver PUIi, All with. I .oittlU«r«*o««Wc(tUit §
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