[__ PuMlc Notice* 5 - — — ■ — • T7~EATTJSG'S LOZBJNGEs. -lA. Oldeet and Beßt Oopgh Beraedy K EATING'S LOZSNGES. Oldeat andjcßt_Oo a gh Beinedy KEATING S LOZENGES Oldeot and Beat, Oongh Remedy "TTIEATING^ LOZENGES; ~ XX. Oldeot and Best Coagh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES'. " 7 ~ < Oldeßt and Beat Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZKNGES. 7" "A Simple Fact Abotjt" KE ATING'b COUGH LOZEN GES Ask throughout the world, m any oonntry that can be earned, you will fiad them Jarg e »y sold. There 1b absolutely no remedy that fa 10 peedy m giving relief, bo certain to cure, and yet the most delicate pan take them. One Lozenge gives eaie. KSold In Is l^d'tlna. EATING'S LOZENGES. Oougba, Asthma, Hoaneness TZ~EATING'S LOZENGES., XX Oongha, Asthma, Hoarsenei K EATING'S LOZENGES. • Oongha, Asthma, Hoarsenei EATING'S LOZENGES, ~~ (Jougha, Aathma, HoarioneM K EATING'S LOZENGES .'.."" Obugha, Aathraa, Hoaraeneaa T7"JS)ATI«G'S LOZBJfIGJSS. ; JJk. "AjBXDOOIOB WILL TOLL TOXJ" there fa no better Oough Medicine than KEATING'a LUZEJNGBS. One g : v a relief ;if you tuffer front oougu ,17 them but once;- they wiWoure, and they will not injure yuor health ; they contain only the parent drags, Bktlfullj combined. toold everywhere m small tins. ! Keating's losM&c A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT) both m appearance and taate, furnishing a moot 1 agreeable method of administering the only Certain remedy for INTESTINAL or THREAD WORMS. It la a perfectly cafe and mild preparation, and 1b eapeoially adapted for ObUdren^Soid m Tins amd Botubs by ami Chemists ' Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING LondOB; ' Export Chemist andlJruggisti - !. SUCCESS THE BEST, TBS a 1<" HOLLO WAT'S I J -" x PILLS & _O|NTIPT, r>nHlß UNIVEBSAL MBDIOINB IS A J. HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EYEBX THB- PIIrLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervoot system, and act most powerfully yet noothinclw on the ..■-■-■. . * * LIVER AMD BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assitnilatkm, an'dfendowing, the ; whole bodily .frame, with* Strength and vigcr. Nervous HeadacnW Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera" Debility quickly yield to the potent force o these wefl-known Pilla r *and they are on> rivalled m theit efficacy m all'; * • ' ; v '"* FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skin blerabhes pimples and boils, better than any othe, family medicine known. : '*• THE OINTMENT ' i HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. - It heals every k' of Sore, Ulcer andWbund, more certainly than any other known, salve. Its marvellous penetrating power*' tender it invaluable is all . - ''■■-' THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, ' Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthme_ reducing Glandular Lumps, % doting and healing Abscesses am Fistulas, and fo? alleviating the excruciating tortures ol RHEUMATISM* GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed, 'It never fails to remove Scurf and every species of aid disease. • " : ' ! The Pills and Ointment are manufacture ' at No. 8, New Oxford street (late _al :•■'- Oxford street, London), and are sold, by all vendors of Patent Lines throughout the Directions for use m almost every language «*T Purchasers should look to the Label on Pot and Boxes. If we addreaa and aUea ' ' are not on they are sparioui ..--,:■ Dri^a Perfomera. ; 207, Rne St. Honord. Parla, . - T B GRAND'^ BVEQIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orlxa (Orbta Soap)-^From the for- : male of Dr (?. Revail. The beet soap foe rendering the akin white krioVeofC : Sweatly and reiteahinsfly acecttS ■ (rose, green »nd whlW). < -i ' ' < Siyon-prUjarYelpnte, exqulaltely pen , famed for the toilet and bath*. t ;. Savon-Orlia' Ori» Soap)— No, 2, ext» fine, m boxes, 6 cakea, H exqulatte peifumca, Ndi i- '- ; r ' • - - n Otisa-Savon-Inooro'ie, luperioi quallty,roBB tea, white heliotrope and white ' violet! ; ..- . ■■;■ ; : :■••:: •■.-!'. '■•♦ ■■b^e-Oriu-Tonlcft (extne'i of ,pl«ntii),to oleinaar^ ■ the. hair— iriew mown hay, Moaarpa*, ■ , - . vlclot, eto; . v , '"..'. ,■■■'■' ' . _■■•'.'• ..,;. .. Orlxa-Powder— Flowera of Carolina rice ; , 1 for softening and refreabing thi . r akin ; m excellent boxea, with pbwdei pnff^ , ::• ■ ':"■■■: •y : .''■ ■ '• : biiia.Yelout6T-Flo!irerß of ■, vice v powdei, ; -' adheiing to the, akin, with. th»\peif- - Inme of new moon hay r. : - . 7 - -..r; >, Orlia-Flowerh (white and antbered)— -A*; excellent toilet water, tonic to the", ■kin, Bweetly and delicately pet ' fumed'- .'■'■•■• x "•' ' °' : "_■ '■ • A qa*-Ortia— New toilet water; i efieahinj . '.. the akin . • .•' -:'■' T:*-.,-. OrUa-Hay— A iode watei with the peifame of new moon hay ; .-. Oiisa-Aoldaline— Toilet vinegar, aromatle, ' and disinfectant, specially adapted for ladles' toilets * * Orlia.Sootoh.Lavender— • Bpilgi ofStoeb' lavender flowers ; a rloh toilet water Eau-de-Oologne-OflM— The high-life toilet water Orisa-Watei— Concentrated and diatllled . ■■ Extraot of aaperlor Ean de OologDye» , , Goattei'OrlH-Dentl/rloe — An eitllr for preserving the teeth and gn;xti it> ", ' good health and preventing decay ° : : # Orlxa-Dehtaire, tn» paste or powdery for whitening th« teeth without afleotlng ,; the enamel ' , ?.•-->■"•■■. = Eas Orisa et Orlu<Lya »— Peifames ipf ■ - ■oentln_ linen and the haidkercLief . without staining. ; ","' Oriia-OU— Vtribualy perfumed ; f oar ren . derlng the hair laf t and brilliant, and . preventing t : from falling off - Orlia-Lacto (Orisa MUk)—An emulsive lotion refreshing tonio to the akin removing sad apots And preventing wrlnk'lea on the xaoe , ; , ;: Oreme Orlia (of Ninon de Lencloa)— For prodnoJng a beantiful white complex* ' ion with the olearneaa and velvety softness of youth Orlaallno-Ooloranto (the beat hair dye)— Fox inatantaneonaly dyeing the hair to any shade, and with no danger to health. Is boxes, each with brash oomb, proapeotus, and bottle; er in boxes, the bottle only without acoea sorlea - Eaa Oriaa-Inoolore Ylolette of tha Oar a moat exqulaite perfime quite a nosegay of violets BssOirlsa Suave white heliotrope > Bouquet ci the flower, I
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