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FIRST ORDER OF MERIT Awarded to LEOPOLD HOFF, Hamburg, at the Melbourne

(Australia) Exposition, 1889, and

A BRONZE MEDAL At the Hamburg Industrial Exposition, 1889, for quality and

excellence of his Malt Extract.

This original article can only be obtained in the United States under the label of


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CAUTION.-- Beware of the substitution of a so-called Malt Extract put up in a squatty bottle with the name Johann Hoff and Moritz Eisner on neck, the proprietors of which have just been convicted, in a Berlin court, of publishing a false court decision and of supporting the same by the false affidavit of one of their firm. The original and genuine HOFF'S MALT can only be obtained in the United States in bottles as per cut. scribing, please write for HOFF'S MALT EXTRACT TARRANT'S, which will alone prevent substitution.

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AT SEND FOR a full description of AVENA SATIVA; Its preparations and Compounds; also, othee pocialties, with prices and doses of full list annexed, and Testimonials; also, REVISED and ENLARGED HANUAL ON PURE CONCENTRATED MEDICINES, CONCENTRATED TINCTURES, etc.



Paralysts, Epilepsy, St. Vitus Dance, Alcoholism, the Morphia or Opium Habit, Chloral Habli, stooplasman

Nerve Exhaustion, Etc. DOSE.-From ten to thirty drops or more, as often as may be indicated to meet the urgency of the cure

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WHITESVILLE, ALLEGHANY COUNTY, N. Y., NOVEMBER 19th, 1886. 2. KIITH & Co., 75 William Street, New York.

Gentlemen -At the time of receiving yours of October 26th, I was treating my first case of the “Oplum Addiction" with con, tinc. avena sativa., and was waiting to know the result before answering. I saw the patient on the 17th Inst., throu Teal after she took her last dose of opium. She has also stopped taking the evena. Is able to do considerable light wort Does not have any desire for opium, is looking well and able to walk a half mile, which she did on the 16th Inst. She had been taking opium about tour years, and at the time I commenced treating her, she was taking an ounce a week. I com menced with 15 drop doses (of the con. tinc. avena sativa.) every four hours, gradually increasing to 85 drops every two honn I gave her opium once in twenty-four hours for six days, diminishing each dose, the last dose being one grain. I saw her co the eighth day, she was feeling quite well and declared she had'nt the slightest desire for opium. I count this case cured. I now treating one of over ten years with the habit, but have to use a much larger dose (of the avena). The case is now on the foarth day of treatment, and taking at present 70 drops (of avena) every two hours, and is doing splendidly. will report raras In the future. If the above report is of any use to you, you are welcome to use it as you see it

Yours truly,

January 18th, 1886. Under above date Dr. C. advises us of cure of second case of Opium Addiction mentioned above, by use of con. hinc. comme sattue. administered under same general plan.-B. K. & Co.

RIVERSIDE, R. I., September 10, 1889. B. KEITH & Co., 75 William Street, N. Y.

Gentlemen : Six years ago I wrote you in reference to the success I had met with in the use of yonrCON. TINC. AVENA SATIVA." Now, after six years more experience with this remedy. I am prepared to say that in the treatment of Nervous Prostration (from whatever cause), in Sleeplessness, Chronic and Acute Alcoholism, and last (but far from least) in the treatment of those formerly addicted to the use of Morphia, I consider it a Nerve Tonic par excellence. I have used this in my practice for ten or twelve years, and, until I find something better, shall continue to do so. One thing I think the Profession sbould be cautioned in reference to, viz: the substitution of other preparations of Aveda in place of yours. I always specify "Kei h's." and have yet to be disappointed in the result. Wishing you continued success, I am, gentlemen,

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NEWARK, N. J. Gentlemen, I have treated twelve very severe cases of Dyspepsia with the Elixir Dyspepsia Comp., all of which han Deon cured by its use. The case of a lady of ten years' standing, is worthy of special notice. Was obliged to take to her bed be Beptember, 1884. Even & teaspoonful of water, milk or beef tea would cause excruciating pain for at least half an hour. W onlod to see her Christmas evening. Administered the Elixir Dr pepsia Cornp. in hot water every four hours, or just a attempting to eat, and in less than two days she could take half & teacupful of beef tea without any inconvenience.) Gyopepada I find it especially valuable, in combination with the avena.

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