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""" Ooagha,.Aß>hu>, , H>ar«oneßß •'Any Docxoe will mv O fl' thece is uo better CongL M, dibioe thaa KHiATL&iG'fc LOZiJ.iNtflfiSi, Ouo givoa relief j it you anftor from cough try them bat oude ; they trill oure, »nd they willnot. lujure yooc heaith ; they couiuin only the yuceat dcoga, ekiiialiy combined bold evory where m email tluoi Keating's W 01111 TabkC A PUKjBiLSf VEGiUiABLai SWJfiBX MEAT, botti m appuarauoo and tas t furniahing a meet Agree»bia method o admiuiatuclag the only caruin remedy o INTEJaTiN^L oc TiilSiflA.D WORMb It 1b a perfectly safe and mild prepaiation and la bapeoiaUy adapted for Ouiiduri,— Sold m Tihs an© BoTnas By aia OHKMIfIIS. ; , ; ; , Proprietor— TH AS KEATING Loadd l^ Export GfamiH andDruqgUt ' ■■. ■ . 1 • < ' ;' BUOOESS IHB BEST TBS - WOBTH - HOLLO WAY'S 1: PILLS &JBBRB. THIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE bIS A HOUSEHOLD BEQUISITE EVBBY VHEBE, , THE PILLS ' ' Purify the Blood, impart tonei) the Nervou» system, and act most powe'rftid^yctßObtnmelw on the *—^# LIVER AND BOWELS, Promotfng Digestien and Assimilation and endowing the whole bodily fraiaV with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headache* Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera* DebUity quickly yield to the potent force o these well-known Pills, and they are urn rivalled m their efficacy m all ■„. ' FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skin blemUfaea pimples and boils, better than' any othe family medicine known. ■ ... THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD. Vv IDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating powera, render it invaluable m all '• : '- THROAT AND CHEST DISEASE Curmg Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma*, reducing Glandular Lumps, closing andi heaUng Abscesses ant Fistulas^ and fosalleviating the excruciating tortusas of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed, It neve fails to remove Scurf and every snecies of ski disease, ThePUlaand Ointment are manulacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 533 Oxford street, London), and are sold by idl vendors of Patent Lines throughout the Civilized World, . Directions. fqj nsc m almost evfcry language SStf* Pwqhassrs sbciild look to the Labe on Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree are aot oa they axe spurious Oiisa Perfumery. 20?, Bae St. Honori. Pario, T S GSAKD'S SPECIAL PHODTJCWS Savon-Orisa (Orlsa Soap)— From. Ihe £b^ mule of Dr Q>. Kevoil . .$& beat oo»p for rendering the akin vh»^o ans aott. Sweetly and refraahiauly ocesuted (roae, green and white). Savon-Orlsa-Veloufce, exquisitely pew fumed fos the toilet and baths Savon.Ocisft Oclaa Soap)—Nb.. a, extra fiae, m boxea, 6 cakes, 1% exquijta perfumes, No. 1 Oiisft.Savon.lncorore, Buperioi .quailty, rose tea, white heliotrope and. vhlte violet Oriia-Tonlc*. (extract of planta) to cleanaa the aaiy—new mown hay,^oflßtoae,, violet, etc. Orliia-Powder^-lTlowerß o2 Carolina tlo» ; fos softening and refreshing the ckin ; m exaaUant boxes, with powdei a . puff " ' ' OBlsa-Veloute--Flowera of lipa powdei. adhering to the akin, witli the dm' fnmeof new moon hay Orlsn- Flowery (whlto and aaiberedl—Ait exoellent toilet water, tonlo to tht Bkih, aweetff and delicately pc« . fumed Aqua-OeJaa—ifew toilet water, lefieflhjpa the skia . Orisa-Hay— A fcoile watei with:' 'iho pei* f aaio of new moon bay " Osixa-Aoidqline— Toilet vinp^^ asfpmatio and diainfootant, ivpednlly adapted toi ladles' tolleta < Oilsa.Sootoh.Lavp; a ao!r— Spilga of Sco oh lavendea ; a lich toilet watei Sau-da-Oo^ogce-Oifisa—Tbe liSgh-life toi. let vcatss . ",' Orls^.."Wi?,tQff— Ooncenteaisd and distilled , Sstiaefc o" cuparios !^aa da Oologne , Gouitea-OdEa-Beatiklce ~ An exilif. foi . prazoEvJag the taoth and gurao m good health and psavpntbag decay-Orlsa-Dentake, M p«^to of • pow der, to whitening th^ teeth without affecting tho enamel Baa Orlsa'ot Orian-Lys — Peifameß fos soenting linen and the bandke*c~2ef without otaishiag Osi«a-Oil-- i Vrrioualy perfumed j fo^f ren a&rittg iho h-Ax z*it »nd brilUant, and. preventing i frcm fa ling off Orba-Lacte (Orlai^ Mtlk)— An emujafm. ! lotion refreshing ionic to th% akin; i-Qrisoviag red opoto /iisd pre^anting Trriakleu on the Jaae Orosne Oslaa (of JMiuon de Leaolos)— lfo* pffoducJng a benntlf si white ooraplaiion T/lt'ii the cleasaoaij snd vei^etp coftneas of youik Osigftihio-Ooioraiilio Ithe beat hale dye)~ Fojr fasjtjaataijaonaiy dyeing the haiir to sny auade, and with no dangoi to health. In boxes, with bruaeß comb, proßpeotu^, ca d bottle ; as In bcxeo, the bc/cile only without aodei toriea Eds Orlea-.lwtfoioi-o "¥7olo£t» of the ,O^r a «aao:^ oKquJoita pei-itajao quite/* uoaegay of violets. > Eeo Oriza Suave whoit holietrope Bour qaet of the flowor.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2225, 13 September 1889

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