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~is EATING'S~LOZENGE». " " ■J-V. Oldeat and Beat Oongh Rcmsay XTEATING'S LOZENGES ' ' . -LX Oldest and Bast Oongh Remedy KEATING S LOZENGBSOldest and Best Oouah Bemedy BATING^rrdZENGES. Oldest and Beat Ooogh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. Oldeat and BeatOough Remedy K«ATiW(3'S LOZifiNGES, "A Simple Faci Aboux KBaIING'jjOOOGIILOZEJsGES Ask throaghout the world, m any country that can bo named, you will find them largely sold.!- Tnetr Is abaointely no tetuedy. that la peedy m giving relief, soloerttinly cure, atd yet, the most delicateican take them. One Lozenee glveaaase Sold In Is Ud tins. KEAriNG's Lozenges. , Ooughe, Asthma, Hoarseness E EATING'S LOZENGES. I Ooaghs, Asthma, Boarjftjfr IS EATING'S LOZENGES. -i-V. Oongba, Asthma, Hoarsenay . IZ RATING'S LOZENGES. XX. Ooughs, Asthma, Hoarsenew 1 IS EATING'S LOZENGES JuX Oonghs, ABthma, Hoar«ene#r 1/ EAilNG'si LOZ<£NGJ£6. ■ Jl\. *' A»r Dooiob ymj* tsllyqu" there is no be tier Ooogh Afcedioiae than KEATING'd LOZENGES. One gives relief ; if you auffer from conga try them bat onoe : they b wiU oure, and they xnlliwt injaro your httftlih j they oonialn only the purest drug*,- skilfully combined. Sold every where m small -tldsi< J Keating's Worm Taints; { ; gA PX^R^Xj TBGETABLJfr SWJaraji. c MEAT, both m appearance and taiter. furnishing a most agreeable method of administering the only certain lemedf til* INTESTINAL or T^RJ£AX> WOBSE8; It is a perfeotly safe and mild preparation' i and is especially, adapted' for Ohlldren.-^ Bold p Tims and Bottlm by xl* Q^£MiSXS. * ■■.'••' fropxie'ior— THOMAS KEATING ; Londoa' Export Chemist <md Druggist. BUOOBBS XPB BBBX TBS WOEIH HOLLOW AX'S ' PILLS * jNTMIt THIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOINH IS AHOUSEHOLD iiBUUJSITfi KTEBV WHBBBi ****** «f «uw-. : ■ ■ THE PILLS - - | Puriiy the Blood, impart tone to the Nervoaa jyitem, and act most powerfully yet tnnthingU' on the " . -■■■•,■ • -. •■ -nr!»**:iLIVER AND BOWELS, ' s Promotmg Digestion and- Assimilation,' arid endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headaches >. Tremblings, with 1 Lassitude and ■ Genera^ DebUity quickly yield to the potent force o i- these well-kaown Pills, and they. are mub— |. rivalled m their efficacy m all 8 FEMALE COMPLAINTS, c Removing all obstructions, skin blaaiahes , pimples and boils, better than anyothe _ family medicine known. * i?r J,: THE OINTMENT •" HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION ' \ w ll eVCiy k - i ?. f Sor *» TO*r' : &! a Wound, more certainly than any other known o skive. Its marvellous penetrating powers 3 render it invaluable m all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, closing ana 'healing Abscesses ani Fistulas, and for alleviating the excruciating tortures oi RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. Ithevei fails to remove Scurl and every species of ski ' disease, ■ , »*• ! The Pill? and Ointment are mahmacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late ci« Oxford street, London), and are «old byST vendors of Patent Lines throughout the 1 Civilized World, Directions for use m almost every lanmaEe : 1 «W Purchasers should look to theLibd on Pot and Bbxes. If me address aad street - - are not on they are spuriotu ' ; 207; Eu 9 St. Honord, Paris, ,-. ',' • T\ E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRQDUOTS < Sayon-Oriia.(orli» Soap)-T-?romi tiio for^n mule of Dr Q. JtieveU. The b*6t aoatr for rendering thaskin white and soft.' Sweetly and refreshuMflF ■■■ sdeatali . .;| (rose, green and white). ••" Saton^Orlia-Veloute, exqaisitely pet* : ' fumed for the toilet, and bath* ; ' : : . Savon-OrUa Orlra Soap)— Np. %v extra >' fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, ll ekqofitttfV . perfumes, No. I■ . ; . •• ■ .■? Or^sa-Savon-L^orore, superior ■ quality. : rose tea, white heliotrope and wb3t« Violet - . ■ .> ;];<s r , ; ;i Orlka-Tonloa (extsaei of pl«9^ toieleano* > ; the hair — new mown hay. i&oisßMe; ; - violet, etc ; : '.'■■■■> ■ > Orlw-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rt* j ' for softening^ and refreshing 'Otht^ skin ; m exoelient boxes, with powdar ■ : . ..puff " , '; ; .: ■ -:r O»iia-Veloute— Flower* of rice powdit, adhering to the akin, with ibm-on^ ■'■ fume of new-mootrhajr — -r-rrr Orlsa-Flowen (white and ambered)— ii excellent toilet water, tonic to thf „ skin, sweetly and dalloately per fumed Aqua-Oilia—New iollat water, flefsashint theikln v*~rr* OrUa-Hay—A toUe water with tht parfame of new moon hay ~ ( 1 Oiiia«Aeldullne— Toilet vinegar, aromatic ' and disinfectant, speoially adapted ' for ladles' toUete - * * Orlsa-Scotch-Lavender— Sprigs of|Seu eh , lavender flowera ; a rich toUet water Bau-de-Oologne-Orha-^-The high-life toii let water • > . - ' . _ Orlia- Water — Oonoentmiad and ' dfstOlid , Extraoiof superior Ban deOoW&i' Goattea Orisa-Dentiirloe ~ An exillr.foi; preserving the teeth add In ' , .: good health andpreventlngdectqr' y *° Orlia-Dentalre, is pasto or powcler, fo whitening the teeth without affeflttsa ' the enamel ' '™ • ' : E«a Orlia et OrUa-Lys — Perfsmes fot . scenting linen and tht WokiK&lel without staining - ,- ■• Tri . Oilßa|-Oll~VwflotMS perfumed j 1 6i ttto derlng the hair *aft arid bdllUnt, aSd . jlraventingi ffoin falling off tJ3 * J - OrlialLao^ (OrisftHMilk^-An emulalve lotion refreshing tonio to the skin' : removing rad °apot* and preventing r Winkles on the face : ■ .. Oremp Orlia (of N4hon de I^noloa^— sW" produolng a beautiful white oomplex* ion with *h? oiearnesf and ¥el?e»f ",;;/' aoftaess of youth OilisJine-Ooloront© fifae best hair tyeV-r For initantaneouDly dye^g the iaLi to any made, and, %Vcn iio %m£ to health. In boxoß^each withbruies comb. jJbspeotoD, and bottle; •fin boxes, the bottle only without aooei socles : •■■"■ Ejb Orliu-Inoolore Vlolette of thf Oar, V moat exquisite perfume quite 'a : nosegay of violets. Ess Oriza Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower. • ..'.._ : .;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2158, 26 June 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2158, 26 June 1889