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THE ROAD TO IMMORTALITY. WHAT WE BELIEVE, AND WHY. It was the remark of a distinguished physician of the last century, that the man who should dis- over a specific for physical pain, as certain in its neutralizing effects as water when applied to fire, would rank, in the estimation of posterity, next to the inspired writeis. Professor Hollowa." the founder of that simple yet profound system of medical treatment, which has traversed with such wonderfnl rapidity both the old world and the new, ippears to have accomplished this grand desider- atum and something more. It is alleged, by those who have tested the properties of bis celebrated Pills and Ointment in their own ailments, that they not only alleviate the agony attendant upon all internal and external disorders, but permanently eradicate them. That these remedies are among the wonder-working agents of an aile of wonders cannot reasonably be questioned. Those who be- lieve that the science of medicine is a close mono- poly, and that there is no medical skill beyond the circle of the "Faculty," who look upon a diploma ris a sort of firman," to which every man should bow in homage, will, of course, prefer being con ventionally killed to being irregularly cured. Such is not our taste. We care little for names; nothing for big words and oraoular shakes of the head. What we see and know, we believe; and really tèe. proofs of the unvarying efficacy of Holloway's re- medies are so numerous, so consistent, so incontro vertible, that our common sense, despite the leaniug which we have in common with most men, towards time-sanctioned systems, compels us, nolens volens, to attach full credit to them. It may be weakness to be guided by our percep tions and the testimony of honest witnesses, in preference to receiving as Gospel what the inter- ested advocates of a very fallible system would have us believe but we claim a. right to the inde- endent use of our faculties, and must slate our convictions. The science of medicine, as practised by a large portion of its grave professors, is merely a round of stereotyped prescriptions, which every sane man knows do not, oue time out of ten, answer the desired purpose. Holloway's remedies, as far as we can judge, do not fail once out of ten times to effect a cure. This is our answer, founded on ob servation and inquiry, to all who may arraign our judgement, for according to these extraordinary preparations what we conceive to be a j ust meed of praise.âIhe Traveller.

MOSTYN.

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