lOLloWay's Pnxs.— Weary of Life.— i tangenient of the liver is one of the mostgerons of. diseases, and the roost prolific jrce of those melancholy forebodings which srorse than death itself. A few doses of Mtaoted Pills act magically in dispelling low' fits, and repelling the covert attacks made the Jiervis by excessive heat, impure atdiospr exhausting excitemost shattered' constitution may hrehenefif from Holte'way’s Pills, which will WiVt. disordered actiwvbrace the nerves, |&ajethe energy of (he. Intellectual faculties, tvivtf the faulng roethory; By attentively instructions-for taking these Fills/ 'putting ;thetn’ in practice, the ‘ wllli* aooroi r fcel confident
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 662, 14 June 1882
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 662, 14 June 1882
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