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Page 12 - I find your Hyperion Hair Restorer is a first-class and really genuine article, and is well worth the money. After using it thrice, my hair began to turn the natural colour whereas before it was quite grey ; it also keeps the hair from falling off, and I shall always recommend it to every one I know. You are at liberty to publish this if you choose. Yours truly, (Mrs.) M. DAVIS. Thirsk, Yorks, January 26, 1876.
Page 183 - DISEASES OF HORSES: Their Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment ; to which is added a complete Dictionary of Equine Materia Medica.
Page 182 - OLDRIDGE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA Is an excellent corrective of the many insidious sources of decay which ruin nature's chief ornament. It stimulates, strengthens, and increases the growth of Hair ; softens and nourishes it when grown; and arrests its decline. Besides this, it acts on those pigments the constant supply of which is essential to the Hair retaining its colour. The Hair of the Head and the Whiskers and Moustachios Are alike benefited.