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EATIJNG'S LOZENGES. '' Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES Oldest and Beat Qoogh Remedy . KEATING S LOZENGES. Oldeat and Beßt Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. — ; Oldest and Beßt Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ~* Oldest and Best Cough Remedy KJSiAXING'S LOZENGES^ " "A Simple Faoi About KBATING'ttOOUGHLOZEJNGES I Ask thronghout the world, m any country that can be named, you,, wIU find them largely sold. Their' .- la absolutely no rem eqy that la r peedy m giving relief, bo certainly [ cure, and yet the most delicate can' take them. One Lozenge given eaae.r Sold mls lid tins. . . . -. T7"EATING'S LOZENGES. JL\- Coußhu, Aathma, Hoaraeneaa ; ' " "^ : ~~ ■ . -.'• ■ ■v. :■. TT-BATING'S LOZENGES. _t_V. Oongha, Aathma, Hoaraenel «EATING'S LOZENGES. , Oongha, Asthma, Hoarsener K EATING'S LOZENGES, _ Coughs, Aathma, Hoaraeneat EATING'S LOZifiNGES Coughs, Asthma, Hoaraenea*"l/ EATING'S LUZ^GES. "~ : ~~' X\. '' Any Dooiob wni xblij you " ; there is no better Oough Medicine than KEATIJNG'tt LuZiiJNGifib. One gives relief ; if you suffer iron> congh try them but onoe ; they, will oure, and they will not Injure your health ; tuey contain onjy ihe purest drogn, akilfuiiy oonibined*^, Hold everywhere m smaii ilua,' Ming's Worn Taftiite, A PURJiLX" YEG£TABLiIi BWJCBT- ' MEAT, bovn m appearance and taste, , furnlahlng a moat agreeable method of . administer ing the only oertain remedy for INTESTINAL or TuJttiUAD WOKMS. It is a perfectly aafe and mild preparation, , and ia especially .adapted for Children.— > Sold m Tuts asd Boitlbs by all Ohemisis. fkypioecor— THOMAS KEATING Londoa : Export Ghemiet and Druggist. ■'•. '">.. BUCOESS £HB BEST TBS wofiia HOLLOW AYS* PILLS & OffITMENt mHIS UNIVEKSAL MEDICINE IS A A HOUSEHOLD KE^UISITE EVEBI THE PILLS '■."-■■ Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nerveus system, and act most powerfuUyyetsoothineli on the •■: ■. ■■■■■.:. ™ LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assimilation, and . endowing the whole, bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Ncrvoua Headaches, . Tremblings, with r Lassitude and Genera ' Debility quickly yield to tliie potent force o these; well-known Pills, and they are «ni rivalled m their efficacy mall . r : FEMALE COMPLAINTS, .Removing all obstructions, skin bleminhei : pimples and boils, better than any othe family medicine known. THEdJfITMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE RBPUTATIONi f It heals ,every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known ,; isalye^ Its marvellous penetrating powerf render it invaluable m all r THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES , ; Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. , reducing Glandular Lumps, closing Hwd ; , heaUiig Abscesses ahc Fistulas, and fbf ' ' alleviating the excruciating tortures ol RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf ana every species of ski \ disease. rThe Pills and Ointment are manuiacture at No. 8, Oxiord ; street (late c« Oxford P».cet, London), and are sold by aU - *£$*£* Um * tta »« h "«:^ ' Directions for use m almost every laneuaoe «sr Purchasers shoulH look to thTjLabY j ■ !on Pot aud Boxes. If me address aud atrce * ' are not on they are spurious ! v 207, Rue St. flonore-,,pa«a, . f B GKAND'S S^PJKOIAL PBODUOTP,; ; , «avbn-Orb» (Orlia Soap)— From tie fot> mule of Dr P. ReveU. The beat soap n \:.. for rendering the'skin ( white and soft. ■„ Sweetly and refreshingly , scented , „, (rose, green and white). ' \ Savon-Ortßa-Veldute, exquisitely m ' fumed for the toilet and baths Savon-Orlia „Oriaa Soap>-No, % extra, fine, m boxes, 6 oakes.li exqulslto perfumes. No. t "-.-■■'• OrUa-Savon-lncorore, auperlor quality, rose tea, white heliotrope andwhiti violet 7 . "; „ OrlsajTonica (extraotof.Blan.t^ioiieafaW the hair— new mown hay, wosarose. •- • ; ' . yiolet f eio. , ;°»W- p owder--Howers of .Carolina rice i , for softening and refreshing the >m . ■; f skin jin excellent boxes, with powder : Orlia-yeloute— Flowers of rice powder,. ; : ,ii f^efN *!»« ■kln l ;with '$m*bm!a\; P t .fume of t new mppi| hay .. • •'- r. tOite-Flpwerfc (white and amberodU-Ai ' ejpeUent toilet water,. toalotbTthto. : skin, sweetly and delicately pet : 3 fumed ,1? ...,., Aqua-piiia— New toilet water, refreshini7 the akin. ■ „ . .. .■ , . "., : -. ' P ll "'^-:^ t01^ 6 wtte * With fha path. -.;■;;. fume of new moon hay '.■■ v ' and dljjinfeoUnk, specially adapted ;« v/.>---lor ladiea 1 tollqtn , . . - ; ;o ''--"—. , Orlwk-Bqotoh.Lavender-r-Sprlga lottOHo eh , laVender flowers j a rloh toUet watei: .^ iEau«de-Oolpgne.Oriia~The ' hlgfclJfentof *-<* ■i-i ■■ le> .water r . ".:; , -.-, • ! '.- ■ Orlsai-^gr—Oonpentifated; and dlatllled, o Kxtrap^l ouperiouEau de Cologne.; sr Gouttea«Oriia-,Dentlfei.ae ,~ Ax* exilir forr. v pieae^ylng.ihe, teeth i.and gump >lii.o^ .i|^d, healthy, and preventing deciw mv- 1.1 Or^entaire,^ jpaste or pow4etiqfo awhining the teeth without affecting - theename,l ;, ". ■ ... .:-,_. Baa Orls* e^prlia-Lyi- Pertemea for, cv.;V u-s swpntlng, linen and .the handkwlLlel )> Orli*.9U--Veirioußly perfumed; foiwQetlpg the hair ig,ft and brillUnti and preventinaiofromfaiUngibfl !" * : ' Orlxa-Uote <$rlw -, Milk)— An emulflive lotion refreshing tonic to the skis : ■ removing usd : spots and preventing "■ ■ ' ,! , wrinkles on the face. : " ijDremojOrlaa, (of Ninon ' de Lenolos^For " O producing a beautiful white complexion with the clearness and velvety - softness of youth Orlwline-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)-^ - For Instantaneously dyeing the halt to any shade, and with no danger top health. In boxes, each with bruaes comb, prospeotuß, and bottle; er In boxes, the bottle only without aooes Borlea Bsb O^laa-Incolore Violette of the Oar .a moat exquisite perfqme quite a nosegay of violeta. Ebb Orlza Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2169, 10 July 1889

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