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In our changeable climate few persons escape without colds, sore throat-, influenza, diptheria, cr bronchitis, for an of which these famous corrective Pills may be taken with the cer tairity of effeoting a cure. While the Pills are ex- pelling all impurities from the body generally, Holloway s Ointment should be well rubbed upon tbe chest and throat it will penetate the skin, reduce inflammation, and restore lasting soundness. H-ollo-xay's Pills arc the best remedy I, flowti in the world for the following I)iscasco; Ague D) senter) Li-pr Com- Secondary Asthma Erjsipela plaints Symptoms BUiousComplaintsFemale Irre-Lurabago Tic-Douloureux Blotches oil the gularities l'ile I> Turnours Skin Fevers of all Rheumatism Ulcers Bowel Coir jiUtiuts kinds lleteiition of > f nereal AAnffeu- Co lies Fits Urine. tion ConsHpatiunoftheUuut Scrofula o r, s ?. BOH'I. Headaches ??S'?' k, i. nd. Cosumptiou Indigestion Sore Throats I'akness, fru Debility Inflammation Stone audGra-w?h?.?rcau?? 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