Sedentary Habits. In this age of push and worry, the msiness man and the protes3ional man are ilike unable to devote anv dequate tirae of exercise. In the aii round of loil and pleasure, no uitable provisión is made tor tliat imoitant fu net ion, and tlie result is that nen of sedenUirv habits become subject o many foims of ailments arising trom torpid or sluggish liver. Oonstipaïoii, sick headache, billiousness and ispepsia are all due to the improper ction of the liver. ür. Pierce's Fleasnt Purgative Pellets cure these trou)les ly restoring the liver to its normal ondition.