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Medical. Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. , Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. : ' Kills Uttiu, . : •« -Beetles: This Powder is quite, ANIMAL LIRE, fs.upriyal ing fleas, hu}js, cockroaches, be< furs, arid- every other species of ii men will find this invaluable: fteassih their dogs, W also 1 Iddie dogs. :: -■ j: •,!. t.- j mLi ■ THIS ARTICLE has found SALEthat it has temrded'dthei called 'article! in imitCtiohf '-Thfe CAUTIONED that the powder , bear the -autograph KEATING.; Keating’s Worm Tablets. Keating’sWonnTa Keating's Yft A PURELY VEGETABLE SI both in appearance and taste, ftp agreeable method of admihist certain remedy for INTE J THREAD WORMS. It is a and mild preparation, and is cs[ for children. Sold in tins by ai Druggists. • ' ' Proprietor, THOS. KEAT Y ALUABLE DISCOYI HAIR. • ■ A very nicely perfumed called THE MEXICAN NEWER, now being sold mists and perfumers throMg try, at 3s. 6d. per bottle, ceding all the old''restorers the purpose of changing j

4a/ :TK6«e ®iHs,aedfld|fcl«iff»B«6ißl6Nfad , peculiar :of the 'best IxndiiikU! est vegetable aperients** r#ithltheifteßP®c- j . tract .of >the flowers ;of > i thei i caihohhle. -j - They will be found a most efli(Ssftiaß* . remedy for ,derahgefiiertt iiS ‘ffib digestif organs* and-for rtorpidvacfion of the liveie| and bowelfljfijwlrich' produce ind’~'““““ andliver complaints. speedily remove, the, irritation and feverish state of -the, stomach, allay spasm,, correct the i c^ti§ffdffiefjiy§rMi d of sm* .. vieht to digestion,., pppa&fa f a due healthy SeraStiOTi, of i mm/4pHua]ieve' constitution ofsilf gcftify matter and other: imp«ri]ties T which, By ; ck blood/of the kidneys ; thus, by removing causes productive ofso much discomfu they, restore and ’ fiMa/ - To J t luxuries of the table^tbeayff on sire recommended WWsMeeonbi the fatal-,diawdepa jpeculSc to climates, J .<Their occasional " win , by their mnirehce over .the ab’. tions, that cqngoativa , dition - bf the wmch mso often the Vi earliest crf/severe fhinsSfSJTd T constitutional disturbance. It musrjKO - 3f| understood that tljeSie I pjlia I > sib D hit | recommended as containing, any or /datigerouSly abtive the ■ contrary, tlifey- dte a ’<3_._ a remarkable and whatever possess'depends iduchihpi ;tioh pf pirfe dfu®]‘_'Jmd lne ill and attention ‘bereotred pobn' quent preparation, as ‘ lodged peculiarity of their com; They arAinot rebommended add nor ais they adapted? jto M¥< coi 4 . butasahuld aodeffickdouVaperSh# tonio in the various forma of indrgeftffipfl, it will hot, perhaps, be ah state' that they have been ■’resortcii-TO under all systems of diet, changeS'&Framate, or atmospheric alternations frith an extraordinary degree of upwards of This celebrated family aperieht may berhpl throjighdut the IJnited SKiagdom tkOSP** at Is i|d/ 2s 9d, 4s 6d, and lls Od* aa well as in India, China, New Zealand, and. the Australian Colonies. •UjaiHCT

irJi VuJul THE ASHBURTON. GUARDIAN) ■ • PRiCS One Penny, GAN be obtained from *. ■ ' Agents, who will receive ordeiv:-- 1 > The Triangle East street E&t street street Wakeful Q** Au o Kj4e X / H. M. Jones F. Clark L. F. Andrews O. Carstena i Mr. McLsijUglaq | M;Atkmß6h ’ ,G. Jieadley ■ ■ r and Son * J. LaWbteA u ! Wm. Cox W. Harris’ , i)°B. H. Butler.: .' ; _ T. JEL Tomlinson [ IP drtli fl. i m | W^!ui S^ttU j Morgan and Hibbs - - Meihven Wi®' t forms,;wmek-can.be joW~ ~ * tHea^yefA^^fe. 1 3Mi ( f iby staUbg 'tHB bair m whichi agent they {tay 1 tfeir m —Menatfioaewt ■ ®OH 1

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 263, 8 February 1881

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