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.— i i n ii m EATfNG'S~LOZBNGKB. Oldest and Best Ooagh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES ' Oldeat and Beat Qoqgh Remedy EATINGS LOZENGES; Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES] — Oldeat and Beat Ooagh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. " Oldeat and Beat Cough Remedy KiMATING'S LOZENGisi "A feiMPLB Fact Aboux KB&TING'bOuUGaLUZEJriG£B Ask throughout the wosid, m any oouotry tbat c»ri bo named, you vfill find them largely oold. Their is absolutely no rem euy that is peedy m giving relief, so oertainly cure, and yet tbe most delicate can take them. One Lozenge gives eajfl Sold iv Is lAd tics. KEAIINCi'S LOZENGES. Oougbs, Astbma, Hoarseneti KEATING'S LOZENGES. Qpnghs, ABtbma, Hoarienet ■> EATING'S LOZENGES. '* Oongba, Aathma, Hoarsened 1/ RATING'S LOZENGES, ~" XV. Oougba, Asthma, flosrseneaf, KJfiATING'S LOZENGES T~ '"-. 1 Oonghs, Aathma, Hoaraenwje, KlfiAllNG'ji.LOZjfiNGfiß. , % 'An y Dooiok whl tell you " there is no better Ooogb Medtoin* than KEATING'si LOZKNGfi«J». Oae gives relief ; If you suffer fcoa&i conga try them but once: they vMi oure, and they vMI not Injofp' 1 your health ; they contain only the , purest drags, skilfully oombmed, Sold everywhere In small tint. Keating's Worn TahlUs. : A PURHiLx' VEGETABLE SWfiKIMEAT, both In appearance and taite. * furulßbing a must agreeable method of J administering the only oertaln remedy ftif INTESTINAL or TiiiilSAD -> WUKMS. J It is a perfeotiy safe and mild preparation^ and is espeolally adapted, for OblldretU-* Bqvd zk Tub jlsd Botzlis bt _v ObSMISISi ; : r^opnecor— THOMAS KEATING Londoft Export Chemist and Druggist* BUOOBBB XHB BBBT TBS < WOSTfI HOLLO WAX'S pills ;■* '-matt mfflS UNIVEESAL MBDIOINB IS A - X HOUSEHOLD EEQUI6ITK bVhEY .> WHBEB, •' ' THE PILLS ! J Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervoas system, and act most powerfully yet soothingly on the . LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and AsnmUatiOß. , and w~ endowing the whole DodV'Sn? JH Strength and vigor* Nervous Headachei ' "Tremblings, with. Lassitude and Genera" DebiUtyquickly yield.to the;potent f orce o '"- there weflinown' Pills, and they are un rivalled hi their, emcacv. m «11 i FEMALE CdMPLAiKTS, Removing all obstructions, skin blemishes pimple* and boils, better than *ay otha ■flunuy medicine kqown. . ■. i ' " THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD- WIDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore/ Ulcer and ' Wound, more ccrtauily than any olher known "**' salve. Its marvellous penetrating powers render it invaluable m all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and AsthnW reducing Glandular Lumps; closing and ' healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and : fb» ' alleviating' the excruciating tortures ol RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never . fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski " ' v disease. The Pills and Ointment are manulacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 533 ; > Oxford street, Loiadon), and are sold by tut . - vendors of Patent. Lines throughout fl& Civilized World. • • '■" ■ -■ ' ~' Directions ior use m almost every lattffVan ' ' ' MC PuircHasers should look tQ thTXIIM : "■» ,on Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree J* < are not on they are spurious ' Dnza Perfumery. 207, Rue St. Honors, Paria,* iU T B GRAND'S SPECIAL PKODUQTB Savon-Orlia (Orhta Soap)— lTiom t>e for. mule of Dr Q. KeveU.: The b«it aoiip 1 for rendering the skin white and eoft!^ Sweetly aad refreshingly KfiOted ■ ! (rose, green and white). Savon-Orlju-Veloute, eiquisitelr pet* 'fumed for ihe toilet and baUut ><• '^ SavoniOrika Orlia Soap)--No. % odteV, Oriaa-Savon-Inoorore, luperloi quality, 'rose tea, white heliotrope and white ; violet . • > 1 : Orlsa-Toslc* (extraot of plants) to Oleinte ihe hair—new mown hay, aioasroie; '- ir vidletieU , ; 11^7.,r Orima-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rice : *;.'. for softening and refreshing 'tnel n 1 skin; In excelleatboies, with powde* puff .Cjrba.Velonte— Flowers of rice powder. , adhering to the skin, with the i peti ' : - : ; f nme of new moon hay > n : ri -. ,1 Otiia.-Flowen (whlie and anibered)-Hai; v;, excellent toilet water, tonlo to tbr ■kin, iweetly and detfcatejyr pet fomea _•••-■- Aqua-Orl«a— New toilet wateif. Mfnthint .^ the skin ; ' ; "' * li ''•'■ l * lla OrUa-Hay— A toiU - water with the pet- ; •,ir fume of new moon hay • ' U;1 ii0 -;' OrlwAolduline— Toilet vin^gtir, aromatio and , disinfectant, .specially «das*e&<for ladies r tolJeis , „, ,. .-• ;•--,.;. Orlsa|Scot6H'Lavdhder— Sprigs of^Sco eh, -1 lavender flowers ; a iloh toilet watet Orisa-Water^-Oonoentraisd and distilled, , Extr»ot of superior Ban do Odldgtoe 1 ; iU - Gonttes-Orlma-Dpnytrioe -^An'dxlUr UM-^ ?***?*?s& t S»s / tsetso<2w«l i^auiito-j op Orba-DcJnialre. irf pMto ,OV, POirde».4(iK n.. , whitening t^teeih^iioV^wtiS, 0 v theetiamel-^ ■■ 01 -~ Ess Qrlaa et Oriia-Lys — Petfemea fot ' aoentlng linen and the handkerchief ,; , wlthont stalulng K•• "J ;^™T^ rV. X T tt# w» ■ ■ awing hall *^t and btUllan»i and -"■ preventing 1, nom f a iins off . •r • • «. ■ ■■> ■ ■ Orha-La^e 1 (Orii» MUk^-An emulslveu . loUbh ; refreßhln^ tbnio to the skin „ ffembVlng sed - spoti ( and preventing ' . wrlnklea on the Jfaoe 5; ' • .' ' Oreme Orlsa(of Ninon de Lenelojy^>Fetf >o piodaoLag a beautiful, WfcitftOOmplfrxJ •" ; lon with olearneu: and velvety- - softneu of youth .. ; . OrUallne-Ooloranto fihe best hair dye)-- . , For lnjtantan'edrjily dyeing the* halt to any anade, and with no danger, to' health, In boxes, eaoh wlthV^rnsea comb, prospootns, and bottle; cr v lnboxes, the bottle only without aboe* ~ sorlei : - •■•■■ ■■■'■■■•-•■ :1 ' Ess OrJsa-Inoolore Vlolette of the Oar ' S, most exquisite pexfamo qalte si - nosegay of violet*:----. --»— - •— -• Ebb Orlza , Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2157, 25 June 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2157, 25 June 1889

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