riox.LO way’s Pir.i.s. —Let the Sick take heed. —The stomach is the commissariat of the physical system. It furnishes the material sustenance of every organ. If disordered, the whole body languishes; but however severely it may be affected, its. tone. 4ntl, vigor may always be restored by a course ofthese irresisT tible Pills; biliousness, indigestion, liver-com-plaints, and other disorders of the stomach can easily he cured by the use of Holloway’s Pills. Thousands.attest tliis assertion, and no sufferer who' has ever died them . will dpny .fhejr supreme efficacy. In every case of stomach disease, from the mildest case of dispepsia to the disorder of both diver and stomach, frortv the nausea of tljg free Typr to the, vomiting accompanying ulcerated stomachs, these Pills inline-. diately relieve, and by perseverance effectually qjrg.—ApVT. ■
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