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- ..>. , „- . . ■ IIR I ,J BAT IJJiG'S LOZENGES. Oldest end Best Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES ' Oldest and Beat Ooagh Remedy EATINGS LOZENGES. Oideßt and Best Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES! ~~ Oldeat and Best Congh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES! ~* Oldest and Beat Oough Remedy KtfATING'S LOZENGES^ "" 11 A Simple Fact About ■KEATING'teOOUGHLOZENGjES Ask throughput the world, m any country tnat can be named, yoa will find them largely sold. Their la absolutely no rem euy that la peedy m giving relief, bo certainly cure, and yet the moat delicate can take them. One Lozenge giveaeaae Sold m Is ljd tlna. * I*1 '''*'- -?? "T^EATINCKS LOZENGES. Xx Ooußhe, Asthma, Hoaraeriew XT EATING'S LOZENGJBS^ XX Ooogha, ABthma, Hoamnw IV EATING'S LOZENGES." '" ' J J ■L^l. Congha, Aathma, Hoartenem M EATING'S LOZENGES," ' :rr "' ; OouKhß, Asthma, Hoarieneti rz eating's Lozenges "- XX. Coughs, ABthma, Hoarienw TZ EATING'ti LOZii^GEB,, . ' " XX •• any Dooiob will tsLL rov tf there is no teaer Ooogh Medioine than KEATIJNG'd LOZEN&ESi One gives relief j if you auffer tfoni oongh try them bnt= bnbe':'^the| 1 wih cure, and »heytiri« riot lnjuKe your health ; they contain only the purest druga, akilfully bbiubinidw Bold everywhere In amaii>lna£ittatlng's MT^tP A PCfRELY VEGETABL.E SWJBBIJ4 MEAT, both m appearance and -tiitfcf uruiahlng a meat agreeable method of adminlßterlng the only certain remedy for INTESTINAL or TnfiEAD J 'W^itMS* It la a perfeotly aafeandmiid preparation, and la especially adapted for Ohildren,— Sou> ik Tims and Botubs by , ~ju£[ OHEMISIS. ■--■■-> .^ Prophevor— THOMAS KEATINQ, Load©*;' MpwiCtemiafawtJDfaggist.:- n, •; BUOOEBS IKB BEST TES WOfilfl HOLLO WAX'S ' PILLS <& OlNiitt; nHHIS UNIVEESAL MEDIOINH IS A A HOUSEHOLD BBQUISITiG ItoM '/' THE PILLS ; " S Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Ncrvotw *' system, and act most P<> w «nmyyeti66tffig^ LIVER AND BOWELS, Promotfng Digestien and Assimilation* and endowing 1 the whole-' bodily i frame with < Strength and vigor. Nervous Headacheif * ' tremblings, wit* Lassitude and , "GeneS r , Pcbihty quickly yield to the .potent force *% 1- these well-known Pills,, and ! theyrSTn?'I- rivalledin their efficacy iii all ' ' - ™ lP * ltv/ B ■;.» ■ FEMALE GOMPLAINTS. ' a Removing alU obstructions,^ akin' blanket! s pimples and boils, better than any otha"" B famuy medicine kridwn. .., _ ! THEJi OINTMENT : I HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION^ j It -heals every k of 'Sbr^Ufce* and J Wounds more certainly than any other 'Jcnowa,^ 0 salye>. Its marveUous penetrating " : powtt|s 1 render.it invaluable m all' '■■'■ ; ■ l '* r * W * J ' j jTHROAT AND CHEST DISEASES Curing Bronchitis, Qumseys," and "Asthmak reducing Glandular Lumps, clOiingand hdaling Abscesses ant Fistulas, and fot alleviating the excruciating tortures of I RHBUMATISfi. GOUT. And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and every species of akl disease, ■ - ■*^**:, ThePUlsand Ointment are manufacture at, No. 8,. New Oxford street (late^S Oxford street, London), and are sold by S Sv&worS; tent Lines «»?*««•• Directions for use m almost every laneuaoa P "f c^* sers look t0 thTlabo - on ; Pot and-Boxes. If-ike address and'abaa l arc, not on the? me spuriooa ; > m^T Oriza PerftimCTy; ; r 207, 1 Rue ! St. Honore*, Parto, ° ' F j E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Sa^dn»Orl» (OrUa Soip)^-ftom the foi . mule of Dr p. Roveili Thebai^ioan^ |or rendering the skin white atid'aofi- s Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white)) Savon-Orl».^elpute,,i esquiaifcelf rpti-A ' fumed for 6he toilet and hathV^ Savpn-Oriia Oriia Soap)— Np, 2 t extra: Orlsa-Savon-Inoororei superior qualify. > . rose tea, white heliotrope and #hlU aI: „. : violet OrUa-Tonlca (extract of planti) to oleanae the taalr—new mown h»y\ »iOßarba*i T violet, etc ■. 1 ...... Orisa-Powder— Fldwen ol Carolina rice 1 oy for aoftenlng and .refreahing, the akin ; m excellent boxes, wlihppwdw- - Orlia.yelouter-Floweroof rice powder, adhering :tp the skin, with the pe*'' J ' ". fume of new moon hay . . .>l>^ OiUa-Flowen (white and ambeied)— Ai .' , excellent toilet water, tonio to the ; akin, aweetly and delloately.: per.; i .;,. fumed, " "■ ■ ./ r - v Orlia-Hay— A toile water with thtptf fume, of new moon hay, Orlia-Aqldullne— Toilet vinegar, aromatle'^ and disinfectant, apeqlally adapted for ladlea' tolleta ") fv .•! Orl«a-Scotoh-Lavendeir— Spriga of^Sco oh «»• lavender, a rlohjtoUet watw.lu JKa^.de-Ool6gne.Orl«ai r The jhtgh.life tofe -. o i i"' 'let 'water' '. ' ' 'Oriia-Water-iiObhoentrated and distilled ' •• '•'••" 'Extraot of auperlor Ban de Cologne \ GoaUeß-Orliß-Dentlftlce '— An exufrlpr^ '" preserving' the teeth 'arid 1* ! . good ; health and prevteiiin^tleoay QrlM-Dentaiie, In panti. or ponder, f 6 * ..; whitening ,th* teeth without aflectlni f ' : , r the.enamel, • • ; - ;^; Em OrUa, ci .Qriia-Lyi --, Perfamea fo» « , ■■■'■■ i without Btalnlng - Orii»rOU^.VMloWßiy perfumed: tajmL.. aeKlng the hklr i»ft and brilliant, Vn* V preventing 4. froni failing oil «" - " lHr OriiafLiQ^ (Ori«a 4lilk)-^An' emulaive ' '.lotion refreshing tonlo to the ■kin 'V removing aed apota and preventing ''■;■' wrlnklea on the ,/aoe , • '.• ""'."•'. '' ' Creme Orlsa (of Ninon de Lenoloa)— For producing a boautlful white complex* ' ; lon with the olearneaa and velvety; aoftnesa of youth - iOrlaaUne*Oolorante I the beat hair dye)~ For inatantaneoualy dyeing the haii >;U l to any anade, and with no danger to - r "' A >'■ health,, In boxes, eaoh with bruse«> ,' ; ■" comb, proßpeotns, and bottle jlwr In > • boxea, the bottle only without aoaea .r Boriei Esa Oriia-Inoolore Vlolette of the Oar a ! moat exquisite . perfome t qulte * nosegay of violets. ■ '.'2 :■ -~± . Ebb Oriza Suave white heliotrope Boa*, <„ quet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 2 July 1889

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