, fubiio JNotlces. KEATTJNG'S LOZENGEs. Oldest and Best Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ' OltW. and Bout Oongh Remedy EATING S LOZENGKS ~~~ Oidtfct and Best Oouch Remedy TZ"EATING'S LOZENGES! ' Jl\_ • Oideßt and Beat Ccaeh Remedy T7 EATING'S LOZKNGEB. IA Oldest acd Beat Oough Remedy KtSATING'S LOZEKGES] " " A Fimplb Faoi About KEATING'o/JOUGHLOZEISGES "Ask tbrcughovt the world, m any. coon try that can be named, you wili find them largely sold. '. Their is absolutely no rem coy that is ptedy »n giving relief, bo certainly cure, »Ld yet the most delicate can take them. One Lozenge gives ease ___ Sold m Is lid tins. "TT'EAriNG'S LOZENGES. ' >v\ JIV. Oonghe, Asthma, Hoaraeheii TT^EATING'S LOZEJKGjBS. ■" , , J_\- Coughs, Aathma, Hoarsenei EATING'S LOZENGES.' Coaghs, Asthma, Hoarsenei KBJATING'S LOZENGES. Dougbti, Aathma, Hoanenew KEATLNG'd LOZtfNGEiS Cougha, Aathma,' H^araene«i KEATING'6 Ll>Zu;i<GEß.. r ~" *• A»Y DOOIOB WILL IBLL TOI?" there ia no better Cough Medicine than KEATIfIG'S LOZifiJSGES. One gives relief ; if you aoffar from oongn try them bat ouce j thay , will ouu, and they will not injure your health ; they oouialn only the parent drag*, skilfully combined, Sold everywhere m amaU tids. Keatiug's Worm Tabkts. A PURELx' VEGEfABLK SWEICr--1 MEAT, both m appearauce and taste, furbishing a must agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy fur INTESTINAL or TußfiAD '.WORMS. It la a petfeotly safe and mild preparation, •nd Is especially adapted for ChUdren.~Sold m Tins ahd Botilbs by m£l Chemists. : Propiietor— THOMAS KEATING Londoa. Export Chemist and Druggist, SUOOESS THE BEST TES wofiia ' PILLS :* JINTIMt TIIHIS XJNI7EBSAL: MEDIOIKB' IS 'A J. ; HOUSEHOLD BEQUISITE KVEBX '.THE PILLS ; ■ Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, and act most powerfully yet soothingly on the it ".or* LIVER AND BOWELS, , Promoting Digestion and AsaimilatioH, and endowing the ; whole v bodily - franV! Strength and vigcr. 'Nervous Headachefc \ TrfemblingSj with Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the potent force 9 \. these well-known Pills, and they are an* |. rivalled m tKeit efficacy m all " ' c FEMALE COMPLAINTS/ , c Removing all obstructions, skfn blemttie* x pimples and boils, better than any oUm family medicine known, J THE OINTMENT I HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. « It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and n Wound, more certainly than any other known 0 salve. Its marvellous penetratine Dower* v render it invaluable iia all ±~«»» y THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. "'- I- Canng Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma; 1. reducing Glandular Lumps, closing and 0 healing Abscesses ant fistulas, and fbf c alleviating the excruciating tortures o! [. . A J „ RHEUMATISM, GOUT, c And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease, !° The Pills and Ointment are manufacture 1 £, N(^ 8 > New °*io** street (late 533 * Oxford street, London), and are sold by ifil 1. vendors of Patent Lines throughout the - Civilized World. a *■*" Purchasers should look to the Label . on Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree 1 are not on they ate spuriom : 1 -_ . i Oi^a Perfomerv. I < 20?, Rue St. Honors, Parii T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-OrUa (p^o«p^ ow : a c |» mule of Dr Q. Reveil. Thebest aos for rendering the skin white and aofC Sweetly and refreshingly seeofeA (rose, green and wblfe}. J Savon-Orisa>Yelonte, exquisitely per- . fumed for the toilet and baths v ' Savon-OrU* Orisa . Soap)— No: 2, extra fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, 18 exqulsitt perfumes. No. A : 7 i !< Oriaa-Savon-Inoorore, superior quality* rose tea, white 1 heliotrope anq whit* • ■ -violet ; ■ - 4 ■'■'': •":i " '/■' ■"'. ""',".".'!' OriEs-Tojuics (extraoi of plsiits) to eleanw . the Gair4-now mown hay, BioSßroiO* viclet, efco. » ; l Orlsa-Powdep—Flowere of ■' Carolina' rice } for softening and refreshing ths> „ skin ; m eicollent boxes, with powde* ■■puff ."' v '■'■;•*".. ■ \ '-'.....- •..;'«-.., , Orlia-Veloute— Flowers of rice r mowder» adhering to the "skin, with the per* fame of newinoonhay' v ! ll Orisa-Kowora (white "and amberedV—Al ' excellent toilet watery tonic to thr skin, sweetly and delicately pet fumed ....... .-. • •;> n * 1-Aqna-Orlia— New toilet water, refreahing the skin . -v.-'lfoTi" Orlsa-Hay— A toUe » water with thi p«« fume of new moon hay ' ' ' '; : Orixa-Aoldullne— Toilet vinegar, aroma^e and dfzflnfeotaat, speoUUy adapted for ladloo 1 toUets '.., ' ; . .." ■ : . ' .' .^ „ Orijj».Sootch-Lavond«f— Sprigs of Sco «ll la'verider ilovrero ; a rioh toilet watai, Bau-de-Oologca«Cxiia— The high-life toilet watox .-,.••. -.•:••.:■. ■. -:m: sn"" ■OrWft- Water — Ooncantrmtod and distilled ; i)zt?*ot cf s«pcr;.oy San de Cologne • >oaUes-Ozi»ft..<.>isii4>ij:i:o — An exdu fot ptoA&Tvir.^ the !«of.ii and gums m good health and preventing decay " Jriia-Dentaire, N paste or powder, fo whitening tha teeth without affecting the enamel. . . >■ - . r - . Ess Orisa et Orisa-Lys — Perfemes foi soenting linen and the handkerchief without staining .. .. . Orlsa-Oil— Variously perfumed ; loir ren . . dering the hair t^ft and brilliant, and preventing 1 from falling off -, i,...'. ; OrUa-Laote (Orisa Milk)—An emuWv» lotion . refreshing tonic to the skin removing red spots and preventing ' I wrinkles on the iface ■> - >- Oreme Orisa (of Ninon de. Lenoios)-*?Fo» piroduolng a beautiful white complex* . ion with the clearness and velvety , eoftneaa of youth Orlzallne-Colorante fthe beat hair dye)— For inntantaneoniily dyeing the half to any anade, and with no danger to* health. Id boxes, eaoh with Druses comb, prospectus, and bottle; er In boxes, the bottle only without aooes) sories Kan Oriia-Inoolore Violette of the Car a most exquisite perfume quite ft noaegay of violets. . ..,> ffisu Oriza Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower.
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