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AN UNSCRUPULOUS FOE.

Cbeeps upon us unawares Jike an assassin in the dark and whose dangerous proximity we never suspect until it makes the last fatal dutch on some vital organ, .-.< We are always warned in ample time of the . impending danger, bat with criminal carelessness neglect these warnings. That tired feeling, those aobing limbs, and that grand feeling one day and seedy condition the next, the eour taste on waking in the morning, and the f request eiok and splitting headaches, all make their debut before Berious illness- sets -in: All or any of these symptoms indicate the approach of disease, they axe faithful signs that the liver and kidneys are not doing their duties, that themoibid and effete matter instead of being eliminated from the system, is being retained, and is positively poisoning and destroying the whole physical structure. Neglect in such cases is criminal* recourse to rational treatment should be bad at once, Clements Tonio should be taken to strengthen tbe digeelipn, purify and fortify the blood, to stimulate the liver and brace up the kidneys, to resolve and eliminate the poisonous nrea. Liver and kidney complaints are the most prevalent diseases of this country, and" so long as we. comame such large quantities of , amimal food and condiments, aruj drink bo Ircely of tea end sediments, so: lpng will' thin uchi altby condition'last. It is .this mode of life that CBUseß»ucrinv\mbe^a of deßth'g from

iefcti.aLeadG,Bnglit'Baiaeaß«,aropiy,canoer, hftaffinqfalion and enlar^ment of the; livet, md spiiar^s^rill M which" herald their ipprbaoh by feelinga 6t lafialtnde, headaohe, anguor, <&6,, and if prompt treatment at once, is adopted by a "regular use of Clemeptß; Fohio, the progreaa of disease ia arrested; the jtomaoh.clivec; and kidneys, reßumettheir normal action and the poisonous acounoulaiona" are expelled the system and normal health is restored, that Clements Tonic iB reliable is proved beyond all question and we have grateful beneficiaries in every town and village who are continually writing us in terms similar to the following : — ■ . v : St. Leonards, Sydney,-rDiar Sir,— l can vn%h pleasure bear witness to tbe great relief I have received from the use of elements Toriio and Dr. Fletcher's Pills. I have been a great sufferer for 11 years from liver disease, with at times considerable enlargement, whioh caused a swelling in the side under the ribs and was very painful, the abdomen, bowels. &o.,' always felt very tender on pressure, with moat obstinate constipation for which I; took Fletdher'a Fills; the first dose .panned » CGjiGuS evacuation and iave Steal relief,, and I thought I w.aa all right, bat; after a week I was aS bad again as before, l again had recourse to Fletcher's Fills but I took Clements Tonio as well this time and continued it for a couple of months, after the first dose I felt. better and got rid of all the symptoms I used to have, as flushings of heat and cold, splitting headaohes, pains in the Bide and small of the back,- extreme lassitude; and the general feeling of ' all-right to-day, seedy to morrow,' :ali these symptoma with many others I. used ,to have, but now thanks to Clements Tonio I am quite oared. I can get up in the morning refreshed, by a night's reßtand oan eat a good breakfaßt, whereas before taking the medicine I scarcely ever could eat anything and when I did it nearly always made me vomit, but now I am quite i well and have been so for 5 months,, I have no cause to fear a relapse. I don't mind yotir pubiighinßmy base if you add nothing to it, ak it may bring relief to similar sufferers,— Yours very truly, H s Ga^KEUh

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Colonist, Colonist, Volume XXXIV, Issue 6001, 5 January 1891

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AN UNSCRUPULOUS FOE. Colonist, Volume XXXIV, Issue 6001, 5 January 1891

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