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I"—^_- Ptibltc Wot Icee. ' KEATTNG'S LOZENGEs. Oldest and Beat Co Q gb Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy EATING S LOZENGES. . ~~ Oldest and Best Ooueh ftemedy I TTHEATING'S LOZENGFS? JlA_ Oldest and Be3t Cof h Remedy TT-EATING'S LOZENGES. :* : ■■-» ' Jl\_ Oldcet and Beat Cough Remedy T7~EATING'S LOZENGES, r Jl\. "A Simple Fact A bqut" KEATING'toCOUGBLOZfiiiGES Ask throughout the world, m any *couDtry that can be named; -you will fiadthem largely sold. There is absolutely no rem edy. that Is so peedy In giving relief, ao certainto ; cure, and yet the most delicate; pan take them. One Lczenge gives esse. Sold m Is IJd Uds. K EATING'S LOZENGES. . . Cougha, ABthma, Hoarseness : "TT'EATING'S LOZENGES. Jl\. Oonghß, ABthma, HoarSßnei EATING'S LOZENGES. r^^ Coughs, Asthma, Hoanenei T7^bating;s lozenges. XI Uoughß, Asthma, Hparienes* TT^EATING'S LOZiBNGES . . -; 7 'JT\. O ought, Asthma, Hoarsfne<l K~ EATING'S LOZfiNGifiS.,, ' *'A»Y DOOXOB WILIftELL YOU 11 there is no better Cough Mediolne than KEATING'd LOZ.BNGES. One givee .i.eliet ; if you tuffar from cough iry if.oin.: but onoe: they "• / will oure, aud they, yritinojb injure your health ; they oontaln only the purest drngs, skilfully combined, bold every where m small tlns« '. Ki^g^L Woim^TaWcts. A PURELY VEGETABLE SW^BTMSAT, faokh m appearance and taite, f nrniahiog a. mopt sgreeable method of admlnlaterlDg the only bertaln remedy foi INTESTIIN AL or Tid HEAD WOBMB. It is a perfectly cafe and mild prepsratlon, and ia eapeolally adapted for. Children. ?rSold ik Tins and Bottlbs by am» Ohemisis. Proprietor— THOMAS 'KEATINfr London i Export Chemist and Druggist, SUOOESS THE BEST TES ' WOBTS- ' ••-•-■ / ; HOLLOW AY'S PILLS tJpiE THIS . UNIVERSAL MEDICINE ': IS J A HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EVBBY ■WHEBEi' •=; ;-. ; .■ .: ..«. ■•■-■■. -P. THE PILLS ; j Puriry the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, .and act most powerfully yetsoothingli on the'- '■ ' '■' ' • '; ■ - ■■'■■. 1 -- LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestten and Assimilation, and endowing, the ..whole bodily frame., with Strength and' vigir. Nervous Headaches, Tremblmgs, with Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield, to the potent" force o these ..well-known Pills, and- they are uo> rivalled m their ; efficacy m all FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skm blemiifie* pimples and boils, better than; any othe family medicine known. ; : THE OINTMENT ; ; . HAS A WORLD- WII>E REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating powerf render it invaluable m all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma.. reducing Glandular Lumps, doting ana healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and for alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease. ThePUlsand Ointment are manufacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 533 Oxford street, London), and are sold by all vendors of Patent Lines throughout the Civilized World* .'• ■, :. i- ... Directions for use m almost every language JsW Purchasers should look to theriLabel on Pot and Boxes. If me- address and stree/ are not on the? are ipuriom Dri^a Perftunery, .207, Rue St. HonoreV Parto. ;, T B GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODI7OTa' Savon- Or lsa (Orlsa Soap)--Frpm the |or^ mule of Dr Q. ReyeU, The best soap for rendering the skijQ white, and soft. Sweetly and refrejhlnVly scented (roae, green, and white). Savon-OrlMvVeloute^ eiquisltely perfumed ; for the. toilet and baths Bavon<Oriia Orisa Soap)— No. 2, extra : fine* m boxes, 6 cakes, 12 exqulslt* perfumes, No. 1 „-, Orixa-Savon«lnoorore, superior quality; rose, tea, white heliotrope and .whit* violet - . : Orbta-Tonloa (extrnot ot plants) to.olatnM the hair— new mown hay, violet, etc , , Orlsa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rice"; for softening and refreshlngi the skin ; m exoellent boxes, withTpowdet Orlsa.Ye^oute— Flower*' of rice powdif, adhering to -the - skin, with the7 peifnme of new moon; hay, \ .'■■■■ Orlia^Flow.erb (white and ambered)— Ai exsellont toilet water, the - ikln, sweetly and delloatelyT pel fumed . .• : .< - , . v/ -, - Aqua-Orlia— New toilet water, refreanint ; the skin . '.: Orlia-Hay— A toile water with the pel* fume of new moon hay: : . . Orhta-Aoidullne— Toilet vinegar, aromatic and . dlfllnfeotant, speolaUy adapted f ot ladles' toilets './^^ V Orlsa.Sootoh-Lavender— sprig»; of Sto oh lavender flowers | a rich, toilet Wate»: - Eau-de r Oologne-Orlsa— The high-life tol- - . .let wate.s .. „' ' ■• ;..■■. :..•: • Orlsa-'Water— Concentrated and distilled • Extract of superior Eau deOolognsi Gouttes-Orlia-Dentifrlqe — An exlflr foi preserving the teeth; and gums In good health and-preventlng decay . Orlia-Dentaire, to pasta 01 powder, foi ! whitening Urn teeth without afleotlng the enamel „ En Orlsa et Orlsa-Lys — • Perfomei f Ol Boentlng linen nnd the handkerchief without staining Orlxa-Oll— Variously perfumed;;. Jo* iea derlng the hair soft and brilliant, and preventing 1 from falling off Orlia-Laote (Orlsa Milk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing tonic to the skin;, removing sad spots And preventing wrinkles on the fcwe Oreme o*lm (of Ninon de Lenolos)— Fqi producing a beautiful white oomplexion with the olearnest -and velvety aoftneaa of youth Orizaline-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)— For Instantaneously dyeing the hail to any onade. ' and with no danger to health. In boxes, each, with brush, combj proapootDß, and bottle } »r In boxea, the bottl^ only without aoees . Bories . Sbs Oriia-Inoolore Violette of the Car a moat exquisite perfume quite s> : nosegay of violets : ; Eas Orlsa Suave white heliotrope 800. quet c! the flower. f

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2112, 17 April 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2112, 17 April 1889

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