Wells' Hair Balsam.—H gray, restore* to origina color. An elegan dressing, soften and beautifies. No oil nor grease. As tonic restorative. Stops hair coming out t strengthens, cleanses heals scalp, 2 Holloway's Ointment and Pills will be found the best friend to persons afflicted with ulcerations, bad legs, sores, abscesses, \ fistulas and other painful and complicated complaints. Printed and very plain directions for the application of the Ointment are wrapped round each pot. Holloway's alterative Pills should be taken throughout the progress of the cure, to maintain the blood m a state of perfect purity, and to prevent the health of the whole body being jeopardised by the Jocal ailments; bad legs, old age's i great grievances, are thus readily cured, without confining the patient to bed or withdrawing from him or her the nutritious diet and generous support so imperatively demanded, when weakening diseases attack advanced years o consUtutionscvinsing premature decrepitude
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