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EATING'S LOZENGES, Oldest and Best' Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES " ' Oideat nod Be B t Qoogh Remedy KEATING S LOZENGES Oldest and Beat Ooueh Remedy EATING'S LOUNGES: Oldest and "Beat" Cough. Remedy EATING'S LOZENGEsT ' Oldeat and Baaj Cough Remedy X RATING'S LOZENGES^ " "A Simple FAor About KEATING'&OOOGJILQZENGES Aak throughout ihe world, m any oouctry tdat can be earned, yoa will find them largely sold. Their lia 'absolutely no rem coy that la peedy m giving relief, bo oertainly cure, and yet the 'moat 'delicate can lozenges. „ > J_\- „ Coughs, Aathma, JHoaraenesa TTTBATING'S LOZENGES. J-JL. Coughs, Asthma, Hosraenes X EATING'S LpZEJSfGES.;;> <1 Uoagba, Afltbma, Homenea |/ EATING'S LOZENGES, ''■': ■EV Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness K EATING'S LOZENGES Coughs, Asthma, Hoaraenc** K EATING'S LOZffiNGES.: . ■ " 11 DOOIOE yifILLTSIiSi YQV " there is no better Cough Medicine khan KEATING'd LOZENGES. One gives relief j if you suffer* from congn try them but once": thej M cure, ancl they wiQmt Inimo your health j they oontaia'dufy the P?" Bt ; 4?J?gfl| Wilfully oombinea. :; »°j d c e .y, e ty wheee m email tlna. i i A PURELY SeGETAB^ES WBErMEAT, both m- appearance and "iaate, furnishing a moat agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy lot 1 INTESTINAL or TaBEAD ; WtSs. It is a pe'rfeptiy aafe and mild and is espeoially "adapted f^r Chii^n.— SoitD ( ibf Tins and JBbTaaarf' bY all OHisiosts. , !, ■.•'"".',' " „'■■''■"■"""" , J?*poH Qhenuatfmd Druggist. . . eUCOESB 188- BEST TBS WOfiTfl ..•:. ' .. . HO.liic,OWAY'fi, J . J .'-. V - »S "% JHSHT. TmS/PNIVEBSAL MBDIOINB IS A wo-SS 118 * 301 * BEWISITB bVbBY • VrHKnßi • - . ' i. •„ - i j „ i THE P^LLS. '■' Purify the Blood,, impart tone to iht Nerven system, and act most powerfully yet aoothmeli On the ■ •; '. r :. .-.. . j ; i.i. , -r-; ■■* LIVER AND BOWELS, • ■> Ptomotmg Digestien and Afesimilatioß, and endpwmg the whole bodUy framed with Strength; and vigor. Nervous Htadachea Trembluigs, with Lassitude^ arid^Cfeicra gebuaty quickly yield to the potent force o these well-known P|lls |; and -they rivalled m their efficacy m »U j *; . ; FEMALE COMPLAINTS, - Removing all obstrucUons, skin blcmWies pimples and boils, better than *nr<!oth« family medicine known. . „ THE; OINTMENT .. HAS A. WORLD. WIDE REPUTATION. Itjieals. every k of Sore, Ulcer and i Wound, more certainly than any other'known salve. Its marvellous penetratine toowera render. it invaluable m all , P ?, Werf .THROAT ANDCHEST DISEASES Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Aatnmau reducing Glandular Lumps, .downj^and healing Abscesses ant .Fistulas, fot alleviating the excruciating tortures of '• V «■ KH ? U MATISM f GQUT, .-, - 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 .rtrtSSBSSS Oxford street, London), and are sold by all yendors of Patent Lines throuehout* the Civilized World. " 1 Directions for use m ajmpst every laniuaße *F. Purchasers should look to theliiabe on Pot and Boxes, if c addresa and stree are not on they are spurious ■;> ■ ■ . _ l> : ! ■■■-.. . - ~" " ~~~ ; „ .„i ■ ■ Dvizsl JPeriumary. 207, Rue St" Honorg, ' ■*&&?- ' T E GRAND'B B^QUIPrQBuqIB Savon-QrUa (ori«j So»p)— J^om. the-fot. mnle of Dr Q. Revoili , The be*t aoap Jq* rendering the akin white 1 and'jfoft. Sweetly, and : refreahin«ly ao^nted (rose, green and white)* » Savon-Oriaa-Velotite, exqiaiaitolw per lamed for she toilet and bath* l * Savon-Orlia Orl» : Sqarj^NH, 2, { eitm fine, In boxes, 6 MkeaVtS exauiilte 'perfumes, No. 1 , "■" Ofiaa-SaVop^nporore, auperloi qq»S»», rose tea, white heliotrope and whiti violet ... Orl».Tqnlo» (extract of plwtfa) to elunat vlole^So" 1161^ m °^ n h * y »^ OM » Oi «« Orlaa.Powde»--!Plowerß of CaroUna rioe » for aoftenlng and refreshing tha akin i In exoellent boxes, with powdtt Oilia. Velonte^lTlowerß. of iloe powda* , adhering to the'&ln, with tW Inme of new moon hay " ' Oti»Howerh (white and ambeted>^Ai exaellent toilet water, tonio to the akin, sweetly and delicately bet fumed • • "■ iqua-Orlia— New toilet watei. fefisihlna the akin ' " OrUa-Hay— A toile water with tha perfume of new moon hay Oitea-Aoidnline— Toilet vlnega*. aromatic and dJalnfeotant, apeolally adapWd for ladies' tolleta . * Orlia-Seotoh-Lavendet—Sprlga of 'Seo oh lavender flowera ; a rloh toilet watei Eau-de-Oologne-Orlia— The hlch-Ufe iol. let water Orlaa-Water—Oonoontratad and distilled Exteaot of auperlor Ean do Oologno Gontteß-OrlM-Dentifrloe ~An,«tmsot preserving the teeth and', gnma In good health and preventing decar* Orlaa-Dentaire, In paate or pow4erJfo whitening tiva teeth without afleotrna the enamel ■'■"" Baa Oriaa et Ortaa-Lya - Petfemea for aoentlng linen and the faan&ercHfof without atainlng Orlia-OU— Vtrlouflly perfumed ; foi ran awing the hair »»ft and brilliant, and pteyentlngl from fa'llng off Oriaa-La'ote (Oriaa Milk)— An emulalv* lotion refreshing tonio to th^ akin removing sed apoti and pveventlnff wrinkles on the laoe Oremo Orlsa (of Ninon de Lenclos)—For producing a beautiful white complexion with the clearness and velvety softness of youth Orlsaline-Oolorante [the beat hair dye)— For inatantaneouaiy dyeing the 'hair to any anade, and with no danger to health. Id boxea, eaoh .with brpaei comb, proßpectua, and bottle: n'in boxea, the bottle only without mom sorlea Esi Orisa-Incoloso Vlolefcte of tha Oar a most exquisite perfume quite a npsegay of violetß. Ebb Orlpa Suave white heliotrope Boa3uet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2165, 5 July 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2165, 5 July 1889

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