Rough on Itch. — Itough, on Itch cure kin humors, eruptions, ring worm, tetter, salt heum, froated^ feet, chilblains, itch, ivy ison, barber's itch.
Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Few persons are so favoured by circumstances, or so fortified by nature, as to enable them to pass unscathed the sore trials of an inclement season. With catarrhs, coughs, and influenzas everywhere abounding, it should be universally known that Holloway's Ointment, diligently rubbed upon the chest, checks the worst assault of these maladies, and securely wards off more grave and dangerous diseases of the 'throat and lungs; Tflj? truth of this assertion must remain unquestioned m the face of thousands* of iy\'!|mieachable living ,itne.sses, who, have personally derived, the utmost possible benefits from this treatment when their present sufferings were appa ling, and their future prospects most disheartening. Bath rwwdicj w $ lOmirftbly together
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