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TTEATING'S LOZENGES. X\. Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy T7"BATING*S L<33EFGESr p\. Oldest and Best Cough Remedy TREATING S LOZENGES^ _l\. Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ' Oldest and Best Cough Remedy TZ EATING'S LOZBJNGES, . '• Jx, Oldest and Beat Oough Remedy KisiATING'S LOZENGES^ " 11 A i?iMFLB Fact About KEATIJSG'toOOUGiiAiOZENGES Ask throughout the world, m any ooa o try that can be.jpamed, yon wilt fiud them largely sold. Thelf is absolutely no rem coy that Is peedy In giving relief, so certainly cure, and yet the most delicate can take them. One Lozenge gives ease Sold m Is Hd Una. : K EATING'S LOZENGES. 1 Ooaeha, Asthma, Hosrseneu _. K EATING'S LOZENGES. Oougha, Aathma, Hoaraenefl TT'EATING'S LOZENGKB. J[\. Congba, Aathma, Hosrsenei K EATING'S LOZENGES, ,- ; Coaghs, Asthma, Hoawenaw. K EATING'S LOZENGES Oougha, Asthma, Hoarsentia R EATINGS LOZBJNGES. '• Ahy Dooior -wniii tbll you" there is no becmr Oougb- Medioine than EEATING'd LOZENGES. Ouo glvea relief j if you suffer from cooga try them bat once : they will euro, and they vMI not m jura youc health j they contain only tha purest drugs, skilfully combined. Hold everywhere m small tins, Keatiiig's Worm TaDkts. A PURELY "VEGETABLE S WEBTMEAT, both In appearan'oe"ah4 taste, furnishing a rats t agreeable method of administering the 6n|y o«f tai%semedy foi INTESTINAL iqrtfuftCAD WORMS. It ie a 1 perfectly safband mild prtpsration, and Is eapeolaliy adapted for Children.— Sold m Tins and Botilxs bt all OHBMiSTSi Propnetor— THOMAS KEATING Londom^ ■•; Export Phemist and prvqgiet. SUOOESB THE BEST TES WQfiTH . :^ HOIiLOWAY'B^ PILLS & JINTMENT. npHIS UNIVEESAL^ MEDIGINE IS A a , hodsehold bequisit^byeay Whkbb. ■•■• -, I THE. PILLS Purify the.Blood, impartjtonetto the Nervoui system, and act most powerfully yet soothingly on the 1 l 0 j , . LIVBR AMD uJSQWELS, Digwtien and s Ajinnilatioa, and endowing, the- whole ' bodily frame with ■Strength ; and; vigor.; J Nervous Headaches^ Tremblings, with liaasftude and Genera Debility quyclyjjficjd! to the potent force o these wefi*kn^p Pills, and they are urn rivalled m th<iiefficacvitt all r --i! - 1 ;.•:;■; : ;>B&£ALi^p>|^ki^ps, Removing al} bbstfucUons,, „ akin a bieasl«hei pimples and boils, better . than x any oths family medicine, known. • . v . , ; , THE ;QISTMENT " HAS A WORLD-^VVipa REP^T^ATION. It heals every k .of Sore > . < rUlcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating powers render it invaluable m all .-, THROAT AND CHEST DISBASESj Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, rlp»;ng an<j healing Abscesses ant.. Fistulas^ and foi alleviating the excruciating tortures ot RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease. The FiJlB and Ointment are mjuiuiactute at No. 8 f New Oxford "street <|atc 533 Oxford street, .London), and at. c «oM by all vendors of Patent Lines throughout the Civilized World." „ .' , .f^ ' SsV Purchasers sbould.lookto {the Label on Pot and Boxes. If inc. address and streQ are not on they «ue spuiiout . 207, Rue St. cHonoreVJßaria, T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUOTS .Savon-Orlza (Orlsa Soap^FromHhe for> mule of Dr p. Re veil. ! The heat aoao • for rendering the skln'whfie^hd soft. Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white). Savon-OrUa-Voloute, exquisitely pel' fumed for the toilet and batha Savon-Orlxa Orlsa Soap)— Ko, 2, extra fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, iS exqalsitt perfumes, No. 1 ' . ..- Orlxa-Savon-Inoorore, iupertotJ|aaallty t : rose tea, white heliotrope ansi whlta . . Violet „.,., .. .; . . „,.:•» ;,..',£ Orlia.Tonica (eitrsotpf plants) to»le«nu the. hair— new , mono.; bay, .koaaroM. , ,„ Violßi,eto.: .: ; , ■ ;i,,r,..<l' l :1 Orlxa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina riot } T totA softening and r«fr«Mfhlng the I akin; in exceueritbokel^iwjth powder Orlia-Veloute—^lowers of ric4' Sawder, - : adhering to the^iddn, wl^ifa "pett time of ;.ney inofjn hay ,;," IT . ..^ " Oftia-Floweri and, axabered)— Ai ' exiellent' toilet watar^.^onlo iq the , skin, sw9»tJy ; and ' delicately pel fumed . >>i A qua- 0 »lsa— New toilet waterl tefteshing -the skin Orlsa-Hay— A toile water wlth^-^a per- • fume of new moon hay * „ OUaa'Aoldullne^—Toilet vlneguf, . .a^nd dlsinleotant, : BpeouU^, adapted for ladles^ t0i1et5 '..... .. r >."''" 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In toxea, eaoh with brusesj oomb, proapeotuo, and bottle j er in boxes, the bottle only without aooas Boriei y Sss OclM-Incolore Ylolette of tha Cat a most exquisite perfnme quite a noaegay of vloleta. Ess Orl«a Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 11 May 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 11 May 1889

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