KBATJJSG'S. LOZENGES. " Oldeat and Best Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES Oldeat and Best Oongh Remedy EATING S LOZENGES O ; deet and Beßt OouEh Remedy .. EATING'S LOZENGES.* Oldeafc and Beat Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. Oldeat and Beat Oongh Remedy KUiATING'S LOZENGES^ ~ ~ "A Simple Fact Aboxtt KEATIKG'bOOUGHLOZfiJSGES Ask throughout the world, m any oonutry tbat can be named, yoa will Hud them largely sold. Their is absolutely no rem ecy that Is peedy m giving relief, co certainly cure, and yet the most delicate can take them. One Lozenge gives ease Sojd Inisl^d tins. K EATING'S LOZENGES. . . Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness Kbatingis lozenges, Coughs, Asthma, Hoaroenes EATING'S LOZENGES. " Coughs, Asthma, Hoirsan— ■ KATING'^ LOZENGES, ~~ Oouehs, Asthma. Hoarseneti K EATING'S LOZENGES »■■ Ooaghs, Asthma, HoanentAiTZ EATING'ii LOZISNGE9. Jljl '* Any Dooioa wnJi tsllt tow '* there is no better Ooogh Medioino than KEATING'S LOZENGES. .< Ooe gives relief j if you a offer -from oongh try them but onoe : they vMi oaro, and (bey will not injura your health ; they oontaia only vho purest drugs, skilfully combined. Bold everywhere m small tins. Keating's lonn libiets. A PURELST, 'VEGETABLE SWflgTMEAT,'bpth m appearance and taste, furnishing a must agreeable method el .administering, the only 'oertaln remedy foi INTESTINAL on TaRKAD WORMS. It is a perfeotly safe and mild preparation, and U especially adapted for Children,— SotD in- Tims' and Botoles' by ill Chemists. . Proprietor— THOMAS SEATING Londo* Export Chemist [and Druggist. BUOOESB IHB BEST TBS WOfiTfl . , HOLLO WAY'S PILLS fc^Rßft; mHIS UNIVEEBAL MEDICINE 18 A X HOUSEHOLD BEQUISITE BVEBX \v.n ERB. : ' : , THlfi PILLS ■"-'- Purify the Blood, impart, tone to the Wervow systeto, andact most powerfully yctsoothincl* on the;*i '•::••" ■--•• . •«-»•# j LIVER AND BOWELS, Fromotmg Digestion and Asttmilatioa. and endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and, vigor. Nervous Headachefi Tremblings,., with f Lassitude and ; Genera Debility quicklyyield to th* potent forced' theie well-known Pills, and they are vuL rivalled m theiit efficacy m all ■ ' ■ FEMALE * COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstrugtions, skinbtetfthe« pimples and boils, better: than any othft family medicine kno^n. ,: \ f - V TH.E^ OINTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPtftAflON^ ■"w 11 -^ every k - , of Sore » Ulcer a°d Wound, nlore certainly than any other known salye. :*»lts marvellous penetratine Dower* render it invaluable m all r w THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and AsthoW reducing Glandular Lumps, closingsfflS heaUng Abscesses ant Fistulas, and fo» alleviating the excruciating tortures oi . RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. Itnevez fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease* _ : *■■%/■; ••' ;• ..■..;• .. The Pills arid Ointment are manutacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (latTlS Oxford street, London), ana are sold by M cSdWorfdr LiDeS "«-*—« Directions for use m almost every lanmasft *T Purchasers should look to theLabeT on Vot and Boxes.., If ia* address a»d ■fAsT-'i are not ojyhey are so wiPHl • - ' j ; " '-■ \.,-r-r ..,..'■'■• -'i::^ • i ■-■■• •• ; Oriza Perfumery. 207, Kne^St. Honore*, Parte, T B GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orl» (OVba SoajpUFrom' tie.feii i mule of Dr Q. Kevell. The be>t aoao ■ ■ for rendering the okin watte and aaftli « • Sweetly ; and Yefseßhln^ sceofcedri (rose, green and white). =, \T flavou-GrlM.-Velonto, exquisitely po«- - tot ihi toilet and baths ■•;-;■ -Savon-Oriia " Oriia Soap)— No, Zfy '.exttiL* fine, m bbxeo,'6" cakes, 1% 9xqoifite>Vl perfumes. No. I" r, ".. " . ii? -T Orisa-Savon-uieorore, anperlor qualit» t -• rose tea,"whlfce heliotrope and white violet Oel»-Tonloa (extract of plants) to eieansa> ; the hair—new f mown hay, i^oisroM. / violet, etc *.- OrUa-Powder— Flowera of Carolina rle»; for softening and refreshing tha-.* . . . skin ; m exoeUent boxer, wltfcioWtfei X pnff ''■■'*> ■-■."'si "■■" ■ -.«.fT'.r rt*nj^:H. .Qf lM-Yelonte— Floweia of rioe powder. [ adhering to the skin, with the perfame of new moon hay Otlia<Flowert (white and ambered}— 4i ... excellent toUdt waterrionle^th? " vf ...skin, sweetly and I delioatel* ■ p©»« — ...fumed ... „ , - iv^-.Ttl-iqan-Oilw— N«w toilet water, iefreihlne ;^ ..;' thftskin , '■- ■'- *"WM< OrUa-Hay— Atoilo water with Qm-pifc-' 'V ... fame of new moon hay- • ••• ' v '& :t Orlta-Aoldnllne— Toilet vinegar, a^omatfe and dislnfeotant, speoiailv ftdantad for ladies' toilota ' sHstpwn Orlxa-Scotoh-Lavender— -£jp,l g- of jSto eh lavender flowers ; v rich toilet watw Eau-de-Oologne-Oriia— The high-life tol. .iet wat©> . . ..... r v.--r" Orba-Wfcieir— Oonoentraled and. diitilled -- v ' Extriot, of superior Ban 4e Oolocne. , V n Gtotittes-Orisa-Denilfr^e -r-. An jO)^ dfc* a preserving' 'the »";i?©tikj :: and, rgtajublni tl good health and preventing deoay Oriia*Dentalre, In paato or powder, fo whitening tht teeth withont affeotfau the enamel r r ( r ; " r T Eli OrttoT et prTttto-pPeif^^foi;^ -" soentlng linen and the handkMeLJtiY 3 - without staining "' .";. w ~7/,1 >iia-OU~VeaJously perfumed j tot.w&a > " aering the Vair f^^^pP^it^uift :. - • preventingl' from fa»ling,off " > ■■ -, r )riza.Labte (Orlxa MUk)— An emulsive.^ ' lotlott refreshing "tonlo" to . the. .akfot« i v removing sed spiffs *ncl preventing, ' i '" wsinWea onthe faoe " .•-.■» 3r&me Oriia (of Ninon* "de Leaolos)--Fb» . : c prbdaoing a'beaa^fa\ white complex*; ?. ion with the olearneis- and velvet^ V 7 softness of youth . . : : •• \ )riaallne-Oolorante I«ae best hair dye)— Foi InstantJiiieonßly dyeing the hail to any Biiade, and with no danger to health. Zn .boxes, eaoh with brtwes Bomb, prospsotDß, and bottle j e» m boxes, the bottle only without sows eorles • . \~. ■'-. - • .■» ; :^ See Orlia-Inoolore Violette of the Oar ■ "■' a most exquisite.,, peirfame quite a -^ nosegay of Violets. Sss Orlza Suave white heliotrope Boo[uet of the flower.
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