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OLD BUT EVER NEW. To Britishers of to-day, young or old, at hew or abroad, there is no more familiar eve>ryd same than "Mother SeigeFs Syrtip." Foi years of public use have made this fan, remedy, for disorders of the stomach and L literally and truly "a household word." old Greek aphorism reads: "Whom the g love die young," but with Mother Seigel'a wo famed Syrup the saying might be re-writt 'That which the people love lives to grow o We believe that the secret of the long-sontia popularity of Mother Seigel's Syrup lies in i facts: First, it has never been hew forth as *'cure-all," but solely as a cure for indigestk biliousness, and tiie ailmetnts that arise from rangoments of the digestive system. k-llxt, it a vegetable preparation, and when it oerrects irregularities of stomach, liver, or boweda, contingent ailments, such as headfvche, Wl1 dizziness, are bound to disappear. It w doubtless interest many of our readers to lea that this standard medicine is fLi- now sold now form as tablets under the name r "Mother Seigel's Syrup Tablets." Their ID(II cinal qualities and action are said to be pi oisely those of the Syrup, and they should pro very oonvenient and desirable to people wb travelling, or when away from home in the ( dinary oourse of business. They are put, in neat and handy packages, suitable for it waistcoat pocket or a lady's hand satcbeL |

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