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Hollow ay's Ointment and Pills.— TheSe world-renowned remedies are confidently recommended to miners, navvies, and all who have to work underground, or where noxious atmospheres exist. The minute particles of coal or metal which permeate the 1 m such places tend to block up the lungs and a'r tubes, giving rise Jo bronclnt s, asthma and p ilpitation of the heart. In ' IJijllq. way's remedies will be found a sife and ensy used rhed cant, for the penetrating properties of the Oihtrnent relieve the local congestioas, and the mjldly laxative effects of the Pills is the cause of the' Ijiver ailing freely, and the breath to become embarrassed. ' By earjy resort to these remedies many a serious illness may be averted, [mi iioyudnessj of heftltfo maintained,
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