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, ....,-- ffl - ' gaaSagHss^MßatrlsgMssf' KEATING'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Best Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES "^ Oldest and Beat Oough Remedy EATING S LOZENGES^ ~ " Oldest and Beat Oouzh Refnedy EATING'S LOZENGES] T^" Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy KEATING'S LOZENGES. "** Oldeat and Best Oough Remedy TT^ttAXiwO'S Lo2«NGiriiT ■'.'-., : " J-X. "A Simple Fact A»oot KEATING'bOOUGHLOZENGEB Ask throughput the world, m any oountry that can be named, yon will fiud them largely sold. Their is absolutely no rem cay that ia peedy lv giving relief, so certainly cure, and yet tbe most delicate can take tbem. One Lozenge gives ease : Sold m la lid tin.. KEATING'S LOZENGES. Obughs, Asthma, Hoaraaheei : -i i.,'. „ , -„ - :- T T -;, . TT^EATING'S LOZENGES. Jl\. Oooghs, ABthma, n Hpaiien>i KEATING'S LOZENGES. Oooghs, Asthma, Hoarsenee j^ EATING'S LOZENGES; ' ■D- Qoufehs, Athma, HdtMafleia j^ifiATiNG'S LOZENGES ~ Jjk.' .Oougbs, Asthma, Hoarasne^ . ; :T7 EAiiNG'6 LOZrvNGES. ,' nJh XV. ,! ' ahy Dooxosa wm, naa, top* there is no better Ooogn Medieme than KEATING'o LuZi^GE? Oue gives relief ; if yoi. »uff»r Icbm congn try them but once : iney wiU cure, and tbey ioiH nof li]jd*i your health; "they contain only the purest drugs, skilfully combifaed. Sold eveiy where m email tine. ' ; Ktating's Worn Tahkts. " A PURELf VEGETABLE' SWEETMEAT, both In appearance and ! taste, fusnishlhg a most agreeable method of. administering the only certain remedy fur INTESTINAL or THREAD' WORMS. It is a perfeotly safe and mild preparation, and la espebially adapted for Children,— Sold w Tx«s juxd.Botwu bt aj_c Ohehisis. Pwpnetor— THOMAS 1 Lundoi Export Chemist and Druggist. BUOOESS IHE BEST TES WOSXH HOLLOWAY'S ' , PILLS & OINTMENT. THIS UNIVEBBAL MEDIOINE IS A HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EVEBI ' wT idUfijUfi • THE PILLS ! Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, and act most powerfuUyyetsooUdnfilt on the * v ' UVER AND BOWELS, . Promoting Digeaden and Assimilation, and endowing the whole bodily, frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headaches. ' Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the potent force o '- these wen-known Fills, and ''they arc Itt ■ rivalled m their efficacy m all I FEMALE COMPLAINTS, 1 Removing ail obstructions, skin blensJWies r pimples' and boils, better than any othf 1 famdy medicine known. , H.,.. ; , "THEQWTMENT .'.'■'. , HAS A WORLD. vV DDE REPUTATION. [' ' irhcali every k of Sore, Ulcer aad Wound, more certainly than' any other known ■ salve. 'Its marvellous penetrating powerf 1 render it invaluable m all r THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. ' Curing Bronchitia, Quinseys, and Asthma. ■ reducing Glandular Lumps, ■ : cloaLig ftn j f healing Abscesses ant > Fistulas, and for 1. alleviating the excruciating torture* ot RHEUMATISM, GOUT, 1 And Neuralgia it is vususpasseuV It never 1" 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 aold byH vendors of Patent Lines throughout tha i Civilized World. :■*"??! w Directions for use m almost every lanauatft ■^^Purchiaiers sbould'look to the Labe on Pbt and Boxes. Off^ne addrew and' attee are not on they ue tptulous :> v - ; ",. — " ; " .. .. „ ; "j :■ ."■ ■■■ e> . Oriza V^r.^xii^i 207, Rne St. Honore*. Paria. " ; f E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Saybn-Orima (Orfaa Soap)— lrro__ fcm fot. ; mule of Dr p. Revell.' The bs*t aoaa , • for rendering the' akin Waite and eeft. [Sweetly and ' refreshingly " 'scented (rose, green md white). " !^ r . " Swvon-Orbw. Veloute, bxqalsltely perfumed for the toilet arid bath* Sayoh-Orln Oriaa Soap)— Noi^a, extra " fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, IS exaul-it» m. 1 ■'- *^ o#t«A'Savon>lneororej ' superior quality, rose tea, white heliotrope andjrlbite ../jriolet -— — «-■ Orlaa-Tonlca (extraot of plants) to eieenae the hair— hew mown^hey, i_Mwaroae, violet, eto, . :•■•■ /.•••■; :r-T.- X .. .Orlaa-Powder— Flowera of Carolina rloe j for, softening and refreehlng .«» sklnjinßxoßlientboxesjwlthpOwdee OiUa-Veloute— Flowers 1 of rice' powder. jidherlng tb the skin, with theW v ,:j lame of uerritfonii^y" ■ ' t; i^ rrr ' OrW-Flowen (white tod ambe>ed)l._U exeeUent tbllet ' water, to^P to the skin, sweetly and deUoately, pc» fumed'" . *,-;. „ ~. Aqo*-OrUa— Now tp*lßt water, nfrefthlng •^ha'akln'"'.'.\ ■„ ./ .,.. TTr Orlia-Hay— A tofle ; water with tht pev fume of new moon hay Orlra-Acldullne— Toilet vinegar, aromatle md dlslnfeotanti speedy 7 »d*Sted fpr Iftdlea' toUets • - ! : r OrUa-Scotoh^Laveiider-^Sprlgs oflSto oh ... , Uyettderiloirßri j;k rTen^l^fciwiiiei KftU-de-Oblogne'.OsL«— -The hlgb;-U^e tp»--lot 'witei" " ' ',"■."'*, ":,.' „" . . ■ OrI»-WiUr,- T^noentr*te4^ndrdi.tllljed, E^traotof superior Eau de Cologne., Gonttes-QshuirDentlfrioe — oAn eatUur.fd* 1 preserving the teeth - and TOH_t"ia <- good health wnd r^ventki|jf ; d%eay j Orlaa-Deniaire, Iw'paaW or pow'de?. fo ' Whitening the teeth wlttbttt alfeetrhfl ''the enamel ■' •■ - ;i " lir - •■••-•••^^ ' Ea Orlsa et Qrix^Lya — Perf &nee for perfumed ; to* ten „ dfiihg the halt f*ft and brllllanti and preventing I from falling off Orlaa-Laoto (Orlsa Milk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing ; • tonlo to: this 7 skin removing »ed epots and preveritinb wrlnkloton the face •' ! ■ ; -'- il Oremo Orlia (of Ninon de Lenolos)— Foi producing a beautlfnl White' complexion with the clearness and, velvety softness Of youth OriaelW-Qplorante fthe heat half dye)— For Inatantanooualy dyeingVthe hair to any anade, nnd with no danger to health. In boxes, eaoh with bVuiee ■ comb, pioapeotoa, and bottle ; or m boxes, the bottle only without aooes sorlei ■'''■>',- ■■' ■■ ° il ' Eaa Orlra-Inoolore Violette of the Oar a most oxquifllte perfftme quite a nosegay of violets. . Ess. Oriza Suave White heliotrope Bouquet of the flawer,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2152, 19 June 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2152, 19 June 1889

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