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KEATING'S LOZENGES Oldest and Best Oough Remedy KEATING'S LOZENGES ~T Oldwnt and Boat Oongh Rem edy KEATING .8 LOZENGES. Oldest and Best Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES; ~ Oldest and Beat Congh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Best OoughJßeiiaed, X' iJiATJLNG'S LOZENGJKS^ ' •' A Simple Fact Aboitt KE A TING'b COUGH LOZENGES Ask throughout the world, m any countfy that oan be named,' you wiil find them largely sold. Their is absolutely no remedy that Vis so speedy m giviug relief, so cer^ainy oure, and yet the most delicate an take them. One Loaeuge gives ease . Sod m Is Hd tins. EATING'S LOZENGES. ; Coughs, Asthma, Hoarsenes*. X" I-A'TIN^'S LOZMNGES, ' Oongha, Aathma, Hoarseness EATING'S LOZi-NGES; ; ' Ooogbß, Aathma, Hoarssnei* KEATING'S LOZENGES. ' Ooughs, Asthma Hoaraaneaa TT- EA'iING'S LOZENGES. J_\. Coughs, Asthma,' Hdarsenes* KEAi'ING'S LOZENGES* " Any Dootob wiil _*b_l xoa w there is no better Ooogh Medioine tbau KEATING'S LOZENGES. . One glvea relief ; If you. sufler from qough try them bat onoe ; tbey wUI oure, and they wUlnoii injure 'yoa* health; they contain only 1 the purest drugs, skillully oomblned, Sold everywhere In small .tins. Keating's Worm Tablets; A PURELr yE^ETABLESVVBEjt MEAT, both m appearanoe '" and! ta* t tt fiirnisbipg a meat agreeable' method o administering the only* certain retnedy o INTESTINAL or TaBKAD WORMS It Is a perfeotly safe and mild prepaiitlon and Is especially adapted for: Children.— Sold m Tihs and Bootlbs »yV/AH Ohemisis. ■ f' ) Proprietor— TH AS KEATING '. Londoa Export Oh^rni^ a^ Br^qgiit, l,''[ ■ . : ~ " ,'.:: : ;:~..\j SUOOESS THE BEBT TES " "' J WOBTH HOLLOWAY'S PILLS & _OINTIENT. THIS UNIVEBBAL MEDIOME IS A HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE BVBBX WHEBE. . ,r* THE PILLS , ,':'. Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nerves* system, and act most pdwerfinlyyetioothWli on the . .T~~~»* LIVER AND BOWELS, i Promoting Digestien and endowing the whole bodily" frame with. Strength and vigor. . Nervous Headache* Tremblings, with Lassitude and' 'Genera Debihty quickly yield toother p6tenl- -force o these well-known PiUs, and*, theylare's unr rivalled m their efficacy m all FEMALE COMPLAINTS/ Removing^all obstructions, sW. blendshes punplea ahd bods, better th^n ' ariylthe "' family medicine known. . -t ' '■■■ THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD. * IDE REPUTATION It heals every k of Sore. Ulcer' aad Wound, more certainly than any other.knowa salve. It 3 marvellous penetrating Dowera render it invaluable m all ■ * w * ,w^ THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES Curing Bronchitw, Quinseys, and. A*&_ia. reducing ; Glandular Lumps, dd»W^3 healing Abscesses anc Fwtula'' S ' f 0 » alleviating the excruciating tor*-_res ol ' RHEUMATISM, GOUT° And Neuralgia it i 8 unsuspassed. I t Mew dU« 8 e. remoVe Xi aDd eV " F Specie 4 «KJ Th<j Pills and Ointment are 'tiuumiactara at No. 8,. New Oxfdrd street (lat?^« Oxford street, London), and are sold by all CivflSdWorfd^ LinM ,on Pot a»d Boxes, If me address aad stree are aot on they sue spuriom , ' ''; -■■ i Dri&a Perfamery. •207, Rue St. Honor^ Paris, ,: T E GRAND'S SPEOLAL^RODSbT& Savon-Oriaa (Orl*a Soap)— iFrdni' thelfo*v mule of Dr Q. RoveU. The best <Beap fo* rendering the akin white' and- aoft, Sweetly and r,efreshlnsfly , aasated) (rqsoi gJTOen, and w;hlte), Say on-Orisar Veloute, , exquiaitelw perfumed for the toilet a'nd'baths Savon-Orlsa Orlaa Soap)— No. 1 extra fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, I? exquisite perfume*, No. 1 :^ - OiiM-Savon-Inoorore, superior i quality, roao tea, white heliotrope and White violet > , Orlsa-Tonloa (extraot of plants) to olean** the hair—new mown- hay, 'u-ossxote, violet, eto. Orlsa-Powder— Flower* ol Caroling rioe j for softening and refreihl^tf'tha ■kin j la exaallent boxes, with powdei. j puff 0»l*a- Veloute— -Flowers of rlos powder ; adhering to the skin* with the. p« v ' ! , fume of now moon hay [ Orlaa-Flowerk (white and amryetediriAiv excellent toilet water, tonio 'tTtht akin, sweetly and delioately pa* Aqua-Oiiaa— New toilet water, refreshing the skin - ( ..- . - Oslaa-Hay— .a toile wate* jwith thtpe*" f uisq of new moon hay o*l*a*Ao!dullne— Toilet vinegar, aromatle and dlsinfeotant, specially; adapted fo* ladles' toilets, Oklia-Scotoh-Lavender— -Sprig* of ;Seo oh lavender flowers ; a rich tollot wate* Eau-de-Oologno-Orhw— Tbe high-life toi. iet water OrbM-Water— -Concentrated and distilled Extract of superior Eon, de. Oojogvae * Gouttes-Orlxa-Dentlfrloe — ', Ah tkljju toa preserving the teeth arid gnat* Id good health and preventing decay Orlaa-Dentalre, In past, or powder, fo whitening th* teeth witftatit affeotlna the enamel <~» Ess Orlaa et Orl*a-Lv % ... p e »f B mea fo* soentlng linen v»d the,.handke*cl:lef withont itsdr^ng '' 0»l«a-Oll— V«i.lQusly perfumed ; ,fo* *en derbai; the hair »*f t and brilliant, and pjceyontlng I from foiling off Orlw-Lacto (Orlau 51ilk)— ;An emulsive lotion refreshing tonio to the skin removing red spot* and. preventing wrinkles oh the ,-faoe Oreme Orlxa (of Ninon de Lehclos)— Fo* puroduolng a beautiful white oomplex* lon with the clearness and velvety.. ooftnesa of youth Orlcallno-Oolorftnto fthe beat 'hal»r^ l _.«T -M , For icstftntaneously dyeing '^e'hai* to any onade, and with n»_ aa ni ,„- *„ health. boxes, ea^^Sose: oomb, prospectus, /„nd bottle j. e» m iSK only without aeoe. Ebb OrUR-Ir,_ 0 i ore Vlolette of tbe Oar » exquisite porf rime quite a nosegay of ylolets. fl«s Orlza Suave whoit heliotrope Bouquet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2221, 9 September 1889

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