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. : 1. .... i . .TT.n.wm.kiTlJ rr-EATTNG'S LOZENGES. .b\. Oldest and Best Oough Remedy ~T7"EATING'S LOZENGES JLX. Oldeat and Beat Cough Rornedy MATING S LOZENGES. "" Oldest and Beat Ooatih Remedy EATING'S LOZEJSGES; " " Oldest and Beat Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES.. ' Oldest and Best CoughJßemed,, X' MATLNU'B LOZKNGES, ' ' " A Simplb Fact About KE A TIN G'b CO UGB LOZEN GES ABk throughout the world, m any country thai can be named, you will find them largely aold. Ihoir is absolutely no remedy that is so cpeedy m. giving relief, bo oertainy oure, and yet the most delicate an take them. One Lozeoge gives ease Bold m lv Hd tins. EATING'S LOZEWUISy. \ ' Coughß, asthma, Hosreeneea. Jt\, Oongha, ABihma, floaraenesa SaTlnG^ LUZiiNGEK). ' Ooughb, jißthmw, Hoaraeneia KJHiATIiNG'S LOZUNGES. " " OoughH, Aathma H areeneaa EAi. lNG'tt LOZUilv Giiitt. Oooghß, Astnma, Hoaraeneia KJ^AlliSti^ I.OZE£SGttS, *• Any Dooiob will isuu loa' there is no better Ouugu Medicine than KhJATIiN (i'a LOZEiN lijfig. One giVBO relluf ; if you sufler from cough try them oat onoe ; they toiU oure, ana they will not injure your hetum ; they oonum only the purest druga, skUiully combined,, bold every wfcere m eiuali tlna. Keating's Worm Tablets,; A PUjbUkJUk* Yto.GthiJLA.Bhtu tiWilikr MhiAT, bom m appoarauoe and taat furnishing a mcßt agreeable method o adiniDiotbrlng the only certain remedy o INTESTIN&L or TaiiiliAU WUKjltt It ia a perfeotiy aitfe and mild preparatiou and ia especially adapted for Children, -~ Bold m 'li«s and Boitleb by ali CiLEUISIS. Jfropaewr— lHAß iiEATINtt Loado* Export ChfmiH and DrtujgiH ■-, BUOOBSS IHE BEST TES WOETH HOLLcTwAX'B ' PILLS k JMTlip. mHIB UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS A JL HOUSEHOLD BEQUISITE BVBBI WHBBE, . > THE PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nerveua system, and act most powerfully yet soothinclt on the * LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assimilation, aad endowing the whole, bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headaches, Tremblings, vnth Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the potent force o these well-known Pills, and they, are- urn rivalled m their, efficacy m all * FEMALE COMPLAINTS, ', . Removing all Obstructions, skm blemifhes , pimples and boils, better than any otho , family medicine known. r THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD. » IDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and ' Wound, more certainly than any other known * salve. Its marvellous penetrating' powers 1 render it invaluable m all > 3 THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. J Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. 7 reducing Glandular ; Lumps, elating and - healing Abscesses anc Fistulas, and foi . alleviating the excruciating tortures oi , RHEUMATISM, GOUT, , And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed, It neve ( fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski , disease, The Pills and Ointment are manufacture 1 at No. 8, New Oxford street (late ?« . Oxford street, London), and are sold by all nd ,? rs °< ?? tent LiQ es throughout the ' Civilized World, » Directions for use m almost every laiuniare • WT Pufchase^s sboiUd look to thTLate 5 on Pot and Boxes. If me address and^ strce ) are not on they arc sp>ulou* S ■ ■ ' ••.■ '■ ■: '■' i Ori^a Perfumery. I 207, ilue St. Honors, Parla, : J T E GIIAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS j -"Li .— — ; Sayon- Or lsa (Oriia Soap)— From the . for* mule of Dr Q. ReveU. IhebeKtaoap r for rendering the akin whlto and soft. Sweatly and refroahlu^y scented . (roae, green and white); ■ ' ; ' , Savon.OrUa-Veloute, exquisitely petfumed for the toilet and bathi' " Savon.Orlia Oilsa 8oap)~No, 2, extra . fine, m boxea, 6 eakea, M exqulsita perfumes. No. 1„,; ' „,; OrUa-Savon-Incoroie, auperlor quaJity, rose tea, white heliotrope and whltt violet : Oruw-Tonica (extraot of plants) to deanst the hair— new mown hay, »toasr<}fte» | violet, eto. ; : Orlsa-Powder— Flowera of Carolina rice; for aoftenlng and refreshing -tht akin ; m exoßllent boxes, with powdea i/ P« ff Orlia-Veloute— Flowers of rloe powder, - adhering to the akin, with the pet- ' fume of new moon hay k Orlsa-Flowerfc (white and ambered)— A*. excellent tollot water, tpnio to th« akin, aweetly and dellbately par ' fumed Aqua-Orlia— New toilet water, refreshing 1 the akin 1 Osiia-Hay— A toile water wltaithapei« fnmo of new moon hay : . Orlia-Aoldullne— Tollot vinegar, aromatlo and dioinfeotant, apeolally adapted for ladles' toiletiV Orlia«Sootcih.La vender— Sprigs of^Soo oh , lavender flowers ; a rloh toilet watei L Eau.de.Oologno.Ori«a— The high-life toi. t let water Orlia* Water — Oo'noontra|.9d and distilled; j Extract of superior E»u de Cologne, , Gouttes-OrlaH-Dontlfrloe t- An exilur foa j preserving the teeth and gums ia t good health and preventing decay [ Orlik-Dentaire, \m paato or powder, fo , whitening th« teeth without affeotlng ( the enamel Esa Oriaa et Orlsa-Lya — Perfamea fos [ dooming Hnon and the handkerchief without staining O»lia-Oll— Vf.rloualy perfumed j tot ron | aering the hnlr «%f t and brilliant, and preventing 1 from failing off OrU».Laoto (Orlsa Milk)— An emulsive lotion cofreshing tonio to the akin , amoving sad spot* And preventing wrlakloa on tho /ace ' Crente Ovlxa (of Ninon dq Lenolos)— For i pirodnolng a beautiful white complex. ; ion with the olearneaa and velvety ooftnaoß of youth Orißnlinfl-Colorante (the beat hair dye)— [ For Instantaneously dyeing the hall to any snade, and with no danger to health. Io boxes, eaoh with bruaea ! oomb, proapeotua, and bottle j «r m boxea, iha bottle only without aooea I Borloa . .: • \ Eai OrUa-Inoolore Violette of the Car a, most exquiolte porfsme quite a , noaogay oi vloleta. Ebb Orlza SuAve wholt helleteopa Boaquot of the flowed

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