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— . . . . .iriisca EATINGS LOZENGKS. r ~"' Oldeat and Beat Oongh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES """* Oldeat and Beat Oongh Remedy EATING S LOZENGES. ~ Oldeat and Beat Oonah Remedy EATING'S LOiINGEa Oldeat and Beat Ooagh Remedy K EATING'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Beat Oough. Remedy K RATING'S LOZENGES^ ~ "A Simple Fact About ' Aak thrunghout the world, m any conDtry that con be earned, yoa wili find them largely sold. Tneir is abaolutely no rem coy that la peedy m giving relief, ao certainly , cure, and yet the most delicate can take them. One Lozenge glveieeae Sold In la lid tins. * TT EATING'S LOZENGES. J_JL ; Oouuha, Asthma, Hoarceneee K EATING'S LOZENGES. Oongha, Aathma, Hoareenet 1/ EATUSG'S LOZENGES. Xx Oongbaj Asthma, Hoaraenea IZ EATING'S LOZEJSGES, ■■^ Uougfaa, Aathma, Hoaraeneaa TT'MATLNG'b LoZJfiJSGEd ... „"" JLJL Ooaght, ABthma, Hoanene/>»» KifiAllNG'ii LOZjfiJNGES. •' AMY DOCIOK WILL TELL YOU " there ia uo better Ooogh Medicine than KEATING'* LOZifiNGEtt. Oue givea relicf } if yon puffer from congn try them but onoe ; ' tney wih oure, and they will not iniore yourhealih; they contain only tfa* purest dtuga, •kilfuiiy cowSjinod. sold eveiywhere m small tins, beating's Won Tablets. A PUttJSLf YEGEIABLhi SWEETMEAT, both m appaaranoe and taste, furnishing a meat agreeable method of adminlaterlng the only certain remedy for URTESTIHaL or TaitUiAO WullMS. It U » perfeotiy aafeand mild preparation, and ia especially adapted for Children,— Sold m Vims amo JBotxlbs by au Ohbmisis. ■ " i-wpneior— THOMAS KEATING} Londo* Export Chemist and Druggist, BUOOESS THB BEBT TBS WQfiTfl EOLLOWAY'S PILLS & _OINTMENT. npHIB UNIVEBSAL MBPXOIKB 18 A X HOUSEHOLD HEQCISITB STSBY VfIEBE. THE PILLS , Pnrify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervow aystem, and act most powerftillyyetsoothinelf on the LIVER AND BOWELS, .' Promoting Digestion tmd Ajsiiailation. intf endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and vigot. Nervous Headaches; Tremblings, with ' Lassitude and Genera? Debility quickly yield to the potent force 6V these well-known Pills, and they are vt rivalled m then efficacy m all '> : FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skin bleaiiltespimplea and boils, better than any othe family medicine known. • . . THE OINTMENT 'HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. It hcala every k of Sore, JJlcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating powen render it invaluable m all ' ' THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES; * Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and ' Aithmau reducing Glandular Lumps, dOiing afld healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and fb» alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, ; And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It neves 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 ail vendors of Patent Lines throughout thm Civilized World, »B «« we ' **" Purchasers should look to the Labs on Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree are not on they are apuriom Oriza Perfumerj; 20?, Rue St. Honors', Pteasai. ■ r E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Ortaa (Orlu Soap>rr.From tbe^formule of Dr Q. Oievell. The beat soap for rendering the skin watte- and aoffc. Sweetly.) and refreshingly adenteS x gteen t^nd widte). ... •:: Savon-Orlxa-Veloute, exquisitely ' pc»« fumed for the toilet and baiha Savon-Orlsa Orlsa Soap)— No. 2, 'ekirt fine, m boxea, 6 canes, 11 eXb^tiliitt perfumes, No. 1 Ortu-Savon-Incorore, superior quality. rose tea, white heliotrope and whit* violet ■■ ■ ; r \ Ortia-Tonica (eztrcot of plants) to *<+iiftw the nair— new mown nayy auossroM. ,• violet, etc. -= > ; : ; Orl«a-Powder— Flowers of Carolina flee : for softening and refreshing tke ■kin j m excellent boxes, with poWier „, ■ Duff ; . •:...: •; :■ • 1 :., t.■■ ri \v /. ■. OrUa-Velout6— Flowers of rice" powder. adhetlng to the ikin, with th« p«r---r fumepf, new, moon hny •>»!. ■ t Oil*a?lowerk (white and umbered)— Ai exaellent toilet water, tonic to tht ■kin, iweetly and delleately' pu fcmod . . i i /::■ ':■■ ■. ■■ Aqua-Orlya— New toilet wafer, refiasaint the skin : ; ;:^ Orl»»-H»y— A toUe water with tavpet* lama of new moon hay >^ Orlia-Aolduline — Toilet vinegar, aromatle i and disinfectant, specially adapted for ladiesUoUeta *;v^ Orlia.«Scotohj.Lavonder~Spiigi -ofjSto db 1 javender flowers ; a jrioh toilet Water Eau;d.e-Oologue.Orlma— The high-life tbi> ; . .let water . ■; ■ -• <» ml£ ?•" OriatiWater^— Ooneentraled and« dlatUlsdExtract of superior Eaade^Jbtegne' Gout^ea-OrUa-DenUfrloe —i An «xUa fra preaerylng the teeth and 6gtunl m 2 good health and prevontlng; decay' OiUa-DentaJre, ta. paatd 6r pdwder, fo whitening tlvt teeth without aflectmg the enamel 7 1 " Ess Orlaa et Orliv-Lyi •^^FerfGmea foi iie«&ting linen and the handkercLlei without 'sialning ' - - Oriaa-Oil— Yeriously perfumed ; fot ten aerlng the hair v»t t and brilliant, and preventing 1 from faUing off Orlaa-Laote (Oriia Milk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing tonio to the akin removing sad spots And preventing wrinkles on the laoe .. „'' ■ Oreme Orlia (of Ninon de Lenolos)—For prodnclng'a beautiful white complexlon with the olearnena and vefvbty Boftness of youth . Oriialine*Oolorante rthe best hali dye)— For instantaneously dyeing, the hair to any snade. and with no danger to health. • In boxes, each with brnaea oomb, prospeotus, and bottle; cr f in boxes, the bottle only without aeees Borleo Bss Orlia-Inpolore Violette of the Oar a moat exquisite pesfome quite a noaegay of violets. Ebb Orlsa Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower, a

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2154, 21 June 1889

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