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. Pnbllc Notlceiß. " — TT'EATrNG'S LOZENGEs. ix Oldest and Best Oongh Remedy I T7"EATIBrG'S LOZENGES. ' i\ Oldest and Best Cough Remedy TREATING S LOZENGHS. ' ■Ix O deet. and Best Oooyh Remedy TT^EATING'S LOZENGES i\ Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy T7 EATING'S LOZENGES. * ■ X Oldest aDd Beat Oough Remedy KifiATING'S LOZBNGfii] ••A Simple Fact Abot7t KEATING'oCODGHLOZENGES Ask throughout the world, m any country tbat can be named, you will find them largely sold. Their is absolutely no rem coy- that is peedy m giving relief, so oerUlnly cure, aDd yet the most delicate oan take them. One Lozenge gives ease Sold In Is lid tins. T7"EATING I S LOZENGES. ■f\. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness TT^EATING'S LOZENGES. J_V. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarsenes TT^EATING'S LOZENGES. ■LV Oongbs, Asthma, Hosrsenes TTT'BATIIVG'S LOZENGES, Xv Ooughe, Asthma, Hoaraenen K EATING'S LOZENGES < ~' Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseneu EATING'S LOZtfiNGES. '• Any Dootok will tell you" there ia no better Cough Mediolna than KEATING'S LOZENGES. One gives relief ; if you Buffer from cough try them but onoe ; they vMloura, uud they toiil not injar* youc health ; they oomaln only the purest drugs, skilfully combined. »oid everywhere m small tins. Keating's Worm TablUsL : A PURELf VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both m appearance an 4 taste, furnishing a must agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy; fof INTESTINaL or TaBEAD WORMS* %% U r perteody Rnfo aad olid prepiMtioD, and is espebiaiiy adapted foe Ohudsen.— Sold m Tiss an© Bottlbs 'by iii Chemists. ; .- -■.

Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING London ! Mxport Ghemiit and Druggist, r. '

OUCOESS THE BEST TES ' WOETH . ■ : .. HOLIiOWAY'S PILLS & OINTMENT.

nnms universal medicine is a JL HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EVEBI WHERE, : .

THE PILLBj Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nexvbui system, and act most powerfully yet soothinglj' on the ■•• - - - - '■' ■•■" :'Tvi"ii't> : s LIVER AND BOWELS, Promotfng D^gestien and Assimilfiioa, and endowing the whole bodily frame /with Strength and vigor. : Nervous Headaches,, Tremblings, with Lassitude and r Genem ; Debility quickly yield to the potent force o these well-known Pills, and they are oa rivalled m their efficacy m. all • ' .

! ' FEMALE "COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skin, blemfahes. pimples and boils, ' better than any othe family medicine known. : THE OINTMENT

HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATIpN. 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, doting' and healing Abscesses am Fistulas, and fo? alleviating the excruciating tortures ol

RHEUMATISM, GOUT, : ■ . . And Neuralgia it is unsurpassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease.

The Pills and 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.

Directions for use m almost every language WT Purchasers should look to thejLabel on Pot and Boxes. If we address and stree ' are not on they aie tporiom

Driza Perfumery, 207, Rue St. Honore*, Parts; '• '■ '■'- T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-OrUa (Orlsn Soap)— From the for* mule of Dr Q. Revell. The best soap for rendering the skin white and apft, . Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white). ■ Sayon-Oriza-Veloute, exquisitely per* fumed for the toilet and batha <: ' Sayon-OrUa Orisa Soap)— No. 2, extrt fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, IS, exqulsitf perfumes, No. I . - Orln-Savoii'lnoorore, superior quality. 11 ! 'rose tea, white heliotrope and whit* 'violet <•' ■■■ * ' ■" ■■- '■ '"' - ni '•' Orlsa-Tonlca (extract of plants) to oleanw - the fea^r — new mown hay, i^ossrow, violet, etc. "• " ) Orisa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rice j for softening and refreshing the skin j In excellent boxes, with {tawdet puff ; / - ; Orisa-Veloute — Flowers of ripe powdeTj ! adhering to the skin, wfth &• .perfume of new moon hay i • / OiUa-Flowert (white and ambered)— A* ! exsellent toilet water, tbnlo to I tht skin, sweetly and 1 delloately pet fumed Aqua-Oriia — New toilet water, refreshing the skin Orlsa-Hay— A toile water with thtper* fuma of new moon hay ; Orlsa-Aoldullne — Toilet vinegar, aromatte and cUainfectaht, specially adapted, for ladies' toilets : Orlia.Sootch-Lavender— Sprigs of Sfct) eb lavender flowers; a rtbh toilet wateM Eau-de-Oologne-Orisa— Tho hlgh-Ufe toiilefwatei '■ ■' ' ' ! ' ; .O.Av- •• • . Orln- Water— Concentrated and distilled ! 'Extract of superior Ean de .Oologne'r ; Gonttea-OrlM-Dentlfrice — An exllLr f or preserving the teeth and . . gums 4n good health and preventing decay ' OriswPentaire, to p«st« or powder, fo whitonlng th* teeth without aflectlng the enamel Em Orisa et Orisa-Lys — Perfamea for • soenting linen and the handkerehlel without staining . Orli»-Oll— VariquBly perfumed ; ?% j ten dering the hair s»f t and brJiibnt, and - preventing I from falling off Orlxa-Laote (Orl» Milk)— An emulslva lotion refreshing tonlo to the skin removing sod spots «nd preventlnir wrinkles on the face Oreme Orisa (of Ninon de Lenolos)— Fos producing a beautiful white oomplex!on with the olearness and velvety softness, of youth Oriaaliuo-Golorante 'the best hair dye) For lnctantaneously dyeing the hair to any snade, and with no danger to health. In toxes, eaoh with brutes comb, prospectus, and bottle; n In boxes, the bottle only without aooes sorles fiss Orisa-Inoolore Vlolette of the Car a most exquisite perfume quite a nosegay of violets. Ebb Orisa Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2127, 6 May 1889

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