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'•Any Dooxok tou tbm tou '* there is no better Cough Medicine than KEATIiSG'b LOZENGES* One gl?eo r=)ief ; If yon.toffar from co ago tiy .;. m bu£ once : thty will cure, aua they will not injure your health ; they contain only tha purest drugs, skilfully combined. Sold everywhere m small tins, Keating's Worm Tab Ms. " A PURJfiLr VEGEIABLIfi SWEETMEAT, botn m appearance and taate, furbishing a meat agreeable method ti adminißtecing the only certain remedy for INTESTINAL or TaKhJAD WOKMS. It Is a perfectly safe and mild preparation, and ia especially, adapted for Children. ~ Solp m Tins and Boixleb bz , ax& Ohbmisxs. • j ,-.. Proprietor— THOMAS EEATINa LondomUxport Chemist and Druggist, ? BPOOES3 THE BEST TES " WOETfI HOLLO\yAI'S \ i pills ;*;jop|pi nnHIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS A J. HOUSEHOLD RfiQpi3 iTB BVEBX WHEBEt THE PILLS D Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervrttt system, and act most powerfuUyyet»o6thlna» on the V , : LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assimilatum, and endowing^ the .whole bodily, frame with Strength vigor. Nervous Headaches Trdnblings, with Lassitude ajad Genera Debility; quickly yield :to the, potent force o these w,ell-knpwn Pills, and t they;,arei-«h> rivalled m their efficacy m all ' FEMALE COMPLAINTS, "''* Removing all obstructions, skin bleosfehei pimples and boils, better than any " othe famuy medicine known. : THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating power* render it invaluable m all , / THROAT AND. CHEST DISEASES. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps,, pining p^ healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and Tof alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUM ATISMi GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and every spedes of aid disease. . . . The Pills and Ointment are manufacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late ' «m Oxford street, London), and are sold by all SvmSdWorfd?* LiDM Directions for use m almost every langoaftt W Purchasers should look to theXabel on ?ot and Boxes. If cue address and itre* are not on thsv Me spurious :- •? vT Driza Perfume^ 207, Rue St. Honors, Partis - J E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orlxa (Orlsa Soap)— Prom the formule of Dr p. Kqy«U. - The best soap for rendering the skin white andgMft. Sweetly- ana refreshingly) scented (rose, green and white).- ' ' rTVO ~ Savon-Orlxa- Velonte, exquisitely -perfumed for the toilet and batha, Savon-Orin Orlsa Soap)— No! % t tfn . ! fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, IS ezqalsltf perfumes, No. 1 QrlsA-Savon-Ineorore, superior quality, rose tea, white hollp|rope and «MU violet , : . -, 'OtiiD-Tonloa (oxtraot o| plants; to cleans* ;t : tho nklt~new mown, hay, '^osajfOW. violet/tito. ' V ■«•-••; *■"•/ '*» Oriia-Powder-^-Flowera of Carolina rice!; for softening' ; and refreshings th% skin j m exoellent boxes, withi pbwdet OrUa-Veloute— Fiowers of rloe powdsf, adhering to the skin, with the perfame of new moon -hay Orlaa-Flowert ( v hite and ambered^-rAi excellent toilet water, tonlo to' the akin, sweetly and delicately -pet fumed' • „; ,-■ , vr iqua-Orlia — New toilet water, refreahint the skin OrUa-Hay— A toilo water with the j?«r» fume of new moon hay Ori«a-Aoldnline~Tpllet vinegar, and disjuf octant, specially' adaDted for ladies' tbileis v ■"' . l r%TT , Orliß.Scotoh.Lavender— Sprigs of Sto eh lAvedder flower j a ifloh I tollet wateii £<aU'do-Co'logne-Orixa^-The hlgh^llfe'rM* ■ . loi water; • : "' .•• ■<>' Orlia^Watar — Ooccentrated nnd distUleik Extract of supdrloc iiaa ,de Cp^ogne,,, , Gonttes-Oirisu-Duaiifi'loij •— An ; exlllr fot preserving the teeth snd gunu In good health and preventing decay. Orlsa-Bentairo, H pasto or pewder, fo . whitening this teeth without afleotlng the eMamel r • "■ „; •• Kis Qriia et Orlxa-Lys — Prafmtefloi Boentlng linen and the' hanSkMeHSf . .without staining" Ortta-OU— V?iiouply perfumed ; foi nil' aexlng the hair fcW t and brllllantj atrd preventing! from fa-ling oflf < r f >T ''" S '^ OrUa-Laoto (Oriia Milk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing tonlo to the skin rampvlag sad npota and preventing wrinkles on the £aoe \* Oremo Orb* (of Ninon de Lenolos)— "Wtm pjoduolng a beautiful white oomplexlon with the clearness and vefvetf softness of youth ' . ' " Odsallne-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)rFor Instantaneously dyeing the hair to any snade, and with no danger^ health. Is boxes, eaoh: with bftftea oomb, prospeotUß, and, bottles «r m boxes, tho bottle only wtthqut.aqcff oorles Ebb O?l>a-Inoolore Violette of the Oar » most exquisite perfume qoisL ■/ nosegay of violets. •- ■• •"-'•'» Ess Orlza Suave white heliotrope Boßr quet of the flawer. -^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2121, 29 April 1889

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