Fifteenth] Routledge's Railway Library Advertiser.
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' Give me Health and a Day, and I will
make the Pomp of Emperors Ridiculous.'—Emerson.
' We gather the Honey of Wisdom
from Thorns, not from Flowers.'
"As an illustration of the BENE¬
FICIAL EFFECTS of Eno's ' Fruit
Salt,' I give you particulars of the
case of one of my friends. His whole
life was clouded by the want of vigor¬
ous health, and SEUGGISH LIVER
and its concomitant BILIOUS HEAD¬
ACHES so affected him, that he was
obliged to live upon only a few articles
of diet, and to be most sparing in their use. This did
nothing in affecting a cure, although persevered in for
some twenty-five years, and also consulting very eminent
members of the faculty. By the use of your simple ' FRUIT
SALT,' however, he now ENJOYS VIGOROUS HEALTH,
has NEVER had HEADACHE or CONSTIPATION since
he commenced it, and can partake of his food in such a
hearty manner as to afford great satisfaction to himself and
friends. There are others to whom your remedy has been SO
BENEFICIAL in various complaints that I think you may
very well extend its use ^ro bono publico. I find it makes
a VERY REFRESHING and INVIGORATING drink.—
I remain, dear Sir, yours faithfully, VERITAS." (From the
late Rev. J. W. Neil, Holy Trinity Church, North Shields.)
The effect of ENO'S ' FRUIT SALT' on any OlSIRDEREO, SLEEPLESS,
and FEVERISH condition is SIMPLY MARVELLOUS.
It is in fact NATURE'S OWN REMEDY and an UNSURPASSED ONE.
Ck\iT\0^.—Examine each Bottle, and see Capsule is marked EnO'S ' FRUIT
Salt.' Without it you have a WORTHLESS imitation. Prepared only by
3. C. END, Ltd., at the ' FETJIT SALT' WORKS, LONDON, by J. C. ENO'S Patent.