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r\HS box OUrk'a b4l pills is wa L/ rantea to onre all discharges f/oni the ulnary organs m either sex (acquired o Jonstltutional), gravel and pains m the Jack. Guaranteed free from meronry. Sold m boxes 4b 6d oaoh, by all ohotnlsfa md patent medicine vendors. Sole proprietors, The Lincoln and Midland Oouniea Drug Co., Lincoln, England, For isle by the wholesale Houses. TnOWLK'S PENNYROYAL AND I STEEL PILLS FOR FEMALES lulckly oorreot all irregularities, and relieve the distressing symptoms bo prevalent with the sex. Boxea la l£d and 2s Jd, of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors. Prepared only by The Llnooln »nd Midland Counties Drag Co., Llnooln, England. Wholeea'e J all the Wholesale Sousea. Beware of Imitations. WT EATING'S POWDER destroys both |\_ fleaa. moths, beetles, aud all o*.her inaeots, whilst quite harmless to domeatlo tnimals. In exterminating beetles the success of this povrdei ii extraordinary. all is perfeotly olean m application. See the article you- purchase is KEATLNG'S. All imitations are noxious and ineffeotual. Bold m tins, 6d 3 10, and 2s 6d eaoh, by all Chemists. BLANOABB'S IODINE OF IRON PILLS k PPROVEDbythe Academy of Medicine £*-«°r, z** l *} "9 specially ret ommended by , the Medical Celebrities of the World fcr Scrofula (Tumors, King's Evil, etc), tha early itageaof Consumption, Constitutional Weak, neai, Poorness of Blood, and for stimulating and regulating its periodic course. None genuine unless signed '* Blanoard, 40, rne ßonaparte, Paris. • Bold by Dmggista andChenuao throughout heColonier it Af OUNT. SOMURB & METHVBN OIL ROYAL MAIL OOAOH. On andaftoi Jannan lit, 1885, the inderalgued will ran a Ooaeh eaoh Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, starting at noon from Hood's Hotel, Mount Somers, tot Sprlngbuin and Alford Forest, there oonneotlng with Doffs Ooaohfrom Methven returning same evening. F«re&~-Sprlng> burn, 20, set am, 3b; Alford Foieit, v retain, 6a. I 27 T. TTTT. TINWALD AND MOUtfT SOMERS RAILWAY. VTOTJNT SOMEFS AND CAVENDISH ROYAL MAIL OOAOH. The above Ooaoh leaves Hood's hotel or Cavendish Railway Station every day. meeting eaoh train. Pasaei.gers by morning train may pro aeed by coach to Alford I'oreat, thence tc Methven m time for the last train foi Ohristchurch, or may return m time'fpj the last train for Ashburton. Parcels ant Orders will reoeive everj attention. J^rae and Buggiea on hire. ln JOHN HOOD /A YARD AND BLAYN PAPER S~IXTY years of great success proclaim _ . . ■npenorlty m tbo treatment of Violent Oolda, Irritation of the Chest, Achinc, Sprain Sprains, Sores, Scalds, dorns, Bunions, Sof Corns, etc. This naodi sine, the property' o which haß been established more than half a contury by thousands of cures, is of an invalu. able use m many inflammatory diseases against which there ore not many effl acions remedies, and is therefore justly considered by a groat number c <*sur most eminent physicians as the most active and least irritating agent m the bove affeotions. In order to avoid counterfeiting, Mesiia Fayard and Blayn's si^natruv. has to bo required on every to of paper and on cue box. , Wholesale 80, Rue Baint-Merri, Paris France) and sold by all OhemUta m the Oionieii FOR COUGHS, GOLDS, Bronchitis, Asthma, Influenza, Consumption, &c KAY'S Compoond Essence of Linaeed, Anleeed, Senega, Bquill, Toln, etc., with Chlorodyne. , '■ KAY'S Oompoand, a demnloent expec torant, for Coagbs, oolda and ches complaints. KAY'S Oomponnd, for Coughs and Oolda is equally serviceable for Homes and Cattle. KAY'S Tic Pills, a specifio m Neuralgia, Face-ache, etc. Contains Quinine. Iron, etc. riOAGULINE. — Cement for Broken \J articles, Sold Everywhere. Sole Makers— KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stookport, England. GRATEFUL—COMFORTING. !' BPPS'S 0000 A. ! BREAKFAST. BT a thorough knowledge of the natara' laws whloH govern the operations o? dl^ nation and nutrition, and oy a oarefu appv-^tionof the fine properties o/ wel ■elected cocoa, M**. Eppa has proyided onv ; breakfast tables with a deUoatelj flavoured beverage whicn may save m many heavy doctor's bills. It Is by thr ndtolons nae of snch artioles of diet *ha' a oonatitntlon may be gradually bmit m until strong enough to resist every, ten denoy to disease. Hundreds of unbtlt maladies vie floating around na ready c attaok whereyer there t weak point We may escape many • fatal shift bj keeping ourselves well fortified with purt food and a properly nourished frame.— An article In the Civil Service Gaxeti*. Made simply with boiling water or milk Sold In #b paaVeta by Grocers, ÜbeJler thus i— ■ , JAMES EPPS AND 00., ] HOMOEOPATHIC OHXUISTf!. LONDON ENGLANL - —— — •; -j STEEDMAN'S : ,J soothing ; ; : POWDERS '') FOR : ! CUTTING TEETH, ;J CAUTION TO PURCHASERS. ■'$ — _ _ a< The value of this well-known Family Mcd rfnc has been argely tested m all part world, nnd by allgradcs of society, for upwai it FIFTY YEARS. Its well-earned, exten o: live sale has induced LRIOUS IMITA b HONS, some oii||wh;3 m OUTWARD IS \PPBARANCE so clo resemble the orJ ji [ma a.B to have deceived many purchasers [r the proprietor therefni" Csels it due to v >üblic to jgive i special nation against the use o >i SUCHTIMITATIONS. G Purchasers are therefore requested t I B! ully observe the four following < ™ ;haracteristicß, without which , -.E [enuine:— , „,.,,, i, '$ Ist.— -In eyery case the words JOHN gl STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALWORTH P SURREY, are engraved on the Governmec m >tamp affixed to eacl packet • , p( and.—Eacli Single Powder oas directiona £l dose^ and the words, John Stk 'TS ]he«Ußt, Walworth, Surrey, printed thereon 3rd.— The name, Steedman, is always ipe eithtwoßß's. 4th.— The manufacture ii carried on solely tWnlwortb, Surrej *U Sold In Packets by ail Cbemiits and Mcd) *8 me Vendors a i 8 xjd and ss 9d each, 1 »8 ¥«iift#P*N*, Pross** Rod Cg I oi

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2057, 7 February 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2057, 7 February 1889