The Texas Almanac for 1873, and Emigrant's Guide to Texas Page: 2
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L VER PILLS,
Are composed of substances derived from the Vegetable Kingdom, and are particu-
larly designed to act gently but thoroughly on the Stomach, Liver, Bowels and Gen-
eral Circulation. They act as kindly on the tender infant, the most delicate female
and infirm old age, as upon the most vigorous system, eradicating every morbific
agent, invigorating the debilitated organs, building up the flagging nervous energies,
and imparting vigor to body and mind.
They increase the powers of Digestion, and excite the absorbents to action whereby
all impurities of the system are carried off. The old stereotyped opinion that Calo-
mel must be used
"To Carry off 'the sile,"
Has given away befdre the light of science. The Vegetable Kingdom flrnish,,s a
remedy. free from all deleterious effects.
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion,
Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad
Taste in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks. Palpitation of the Heart. Pain in the region of
the Kidneys. Despondency and Gloom, and forebodings of evil, all of which are the
offsprings of a diseased Liver,
Mr. +utt's Pills Have no Equal.
They are specially recommended for Bilious Remittent and Intermittent Fevers.
which prevail in miasmatic districts during the summer and autumn. These diseases
are invariably attended by derangement of the Liver and Bowels.
For Chills and Fever they are a Specific.
Physicians all admit that Quinine only effects a temporary suspension of the attacks
of Fever and Ague. unless its use is preceded by a reliable Anti-Bilious MIedicine.
TLe testimony of thousands establishes beyond a doubt that
Dr. Futt's Liver Pills
followed by Quinine is a positive cure for Chills and Fever, and all Bilious diseases
The Proper Time
to take them is when you have Nausea. Loss of Appetite, Yellow Cast of the Skin and
Eyes. Rush of Blood to the Head. Cold Extremities. Ringing in the Ears. Pain in the
Ba k. Side and Shoulders. High Colored Urine, Vertigo and Biliousness. While using
them No CHANGE OF DIET OR OCCUPATION is necessary. Price twenty-five cents a box.
gold by all Druggists.
This elegant preparation is warranted the best in the world. Its effect is instanta-
neous. It imparts no ridiculous tints. Will remedy the bad effects of inferior Dyes.
Is perfectly harmless. It contains no sugar of lead, has no unpleasant odor, and im-
parts a natural glossy color. Price one dollar a box.
Sold by all Druggists.
LABORATORY9 18 & 20 PLATT ST., NEW YORK,
R. F. GEORGE, Galveston, Texas. WHEELOCK, FINLEY & CO.; BALL, LYONS
& CO.; E. J. HART & CO.; New Orleans.
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