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■ ■■:■■ '-> KEATING'S^LOZENGEB. "" Oldest and Best Ooiigh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES ' Oldeat and Best Oongh Remedy EATINGS LOZENGES." Oldeat and Beat Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGEST" Oldeat and Beat Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. "* Oldest and Best Cough Remedy KfIiATING'S LOZENGES, ' " A SiMPiB Fact About KE ATIISG'bUO UGH LOZtiINGES Ask tbronghout the world, m any oonntry coat can be named, yon wili find them largely sold. ' Their 1b abaoluieiy no rem edy that Is peedy m giving relief, so certainly oure, and yet the most dedicate can take them. One Lozenge gives ease Sold In Is lsd tins. 7 K EATING'S LOZENGES. . Oouahi, Asthma/ Hoarseness TZJEATING'S LOZBNGJSS, ' l> JQk. Oonghs, ABthina, Hoataenes 1/ JiATING'S LOZENGES. -IA, Coog'hs, Aathma, Hoa_rienet 1/ iIiATING'S LOZENGES, J-X Oougnai Aathma, floMnentt K^ATING'ti LOZENGES Coughs, Aitb-aa, Ho W en»«w 1/ ICATING'ti LuZt«NGEB. * XX. •* Amy Dootob wili. tbli. tou " there ia no bectecOoogh Mediolne than KEATING'tt LUZJ_JSGE«. One given relief ; if yoa^ofl.r |rom oongn try them but once : they will, cure, and they will not injure your health; they- contain only the purest drugs, skilfully. doai&Jnea. Bold every where l m small; tins, A PURJ-LY VEGETABLE 8 WEUT-Ml-AT, bbtb m appearanoe aud taste, furniahlny a mtii agreeable method of admlnlaterlng the only oertain rem'edyfoi INTESTINAL or TaKiUAD WuKJIB. 'It is a perfebtly oafeand mild prowration, and la eapeoialiy adapted for Onudren.-— Sold m Tims a»i> Borrua %x\ m Qu&aata, •' ;' Jfropiieior— THOMAS KEAUNG, Londos. i JEBpor^C^mirtand2>lt^yif!*. M ' »>____-____ _ _ . ______ _ - BUOOBSS THE BEST TBS' WOfiTH •-■'■- - HOLLOW AY'S PLLLS & OINTMENT. • . • ■■■ ■ ■ ■ •. ; -<j ..••>?- raiHIS DNIVEBSAL IB A JL HOUSEHOLD BEQUIHITO kvbry WBEBBi . ;.-.. ~.~ JhirUy the Blood, impart tone to.the N«vo«t system, and act most powcrMyyrtiwothmglf on the - " ' ' '■'■'■"■ LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestien tnd Auimil_tio_L il and endowing the whole bodily traine^with Strength ana vigor, • Nervous Hi^Udies, Tremblings, with. iAtrittidc and' bd_era Debility quickly yield to the potent force o these, well-known fills, and they, ase on rivalled m theii eflicacv m all -.'. : ■,--;■ » FEMALE COMiPLAmTS, Removliig all obttrnctlons, skin blpnisjui pimples and boils, better , than any. othe Eaniuy medicine known. ' THE OWTMENT .' HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. 'It heali every k of Sore, ' Ulcer t«id .Wound, more certainly than any other* Imown salve. Its marvellous penetrating power* render it invaluable m all . . *™ ~: '• THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma* reducing Glandular Lumps, doting Tana healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and fot alleviating the excruciating tortures of * RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never 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^Ol vendors of Patent Lines throughout tha Civilized World. ■ •/ IsW* Purchasers should look to the Labs on Pot and Boxes, If ute address and stres are nbt on they are spiuious : 207, Rue' St. Honore*. P£rfa, r E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orlxa (Orlsa Soap)— From the for* mulo of Dr Q>. Kevell. The be»t soap for rendering the akin white and aoft. Sweetly and refreshing scetftid (rose, green and white). ; * 3 Savon-Orlxa-Veloute, exquisitely pii" fumed for the toilet and baths Savon-Orlsa Orlsa Soap)— -No, 2, extra fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, IS exquisite perfumes, No. 1 • - Orlxa-Savon-Inoorore, superior quaJJly, rose tea, white heliotrope raid white violet ■■■-■•' »-V Orisa-Tonloa (extract of plants) to 6{oax& the hair— new mown "hay, a-iossroif, violet, etc Orlia-Powder— Blowers of Carolina rice ; for softening and refreshing tha skin ; m exeefient boxes;, with powdet : puff: '■ i '■ ; '' - ; Orlsa* Veloute— Flowers of rice ponder, adhering to the skin, with the perfume of new moon h*7 ' T Orlsa-Flowerk (white ml ambered)-^_i_t excellent toilet water, toniQ to ttur skin, sweeUy acd delloately pel fumed ;'"* I Aqua-Orisa—New toilet water, refreshing theskin :: ''-'" OrUa-Hay—A todo water with the per' fume of new moon hay . ."■ Orlia-Aoldullne— Toilet vinegar, aromaUo and disinfectant, specially adapted lor ladies' toilets Oriia.Sootch.Lavender— Sprigs of |Se J eh lavendor flowers ; a rioh toilet wfttW Eau-de-Cologne-Orlxa— The high-life tol. let water \ .' , Orlsa* Water — Concentrated and distilled,' Extract of superior Eau de Ooldfioa 1 ' ' Gonttes-Orisa-Dentifrloe — An' exlllr T rot preserving the teeth and gums lti f good health and preventing decay : 'h Orlsa'Dehtiiire, Im pastd or po;w'd^ t to; whitening thsj teeth without afleottng the enamel rI '; Ess Orlsa et Orlsa-Lys — Perfomesldir, scenting linen Mid the bandkereilef without staining' ". Orlsa-OU— Vexioualy perfumed j foi ten aerlng the hair s«ft and brilliant, and '] preventing i from fa-ling off ' 7 . prlsa-Lacte (Orisa Milk)— An emulsive ' ' lotion refreshing tonic to the skin „ removing ced opota and .preventing ... wrinkles on the /ace * ' , Creme Of tea (of Ninon de Lenolos)— Fot . producing a beautiful white oomptex* lon with the clearness and velvety softness of youth ' ' Ctliallne-Colorante 'the beat hair dye)--- ' For Instantaneously dyeing the halt to any anade, and with no danger 'to health. Id boxes, eaob with Druses comb, prospeotOß, and bottle; er in boxes, the bottle only without aooaa Bories r ;T •"■■'• Ess Orlsa-Inoolore Vlolette of the Oar a most exquisite perfume quite > nosegay of violets. ' Ebb Orira Suave white hellotvopa Bouqaet of the flower,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2160, 28 June 1889

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