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KEATTNG'S LOZENGES Oldest and Best Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES " Oldoat an3 Boat Cough Remedy KEAJ'ING S LOZENGhiS. Oldest and Best Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES; Oldest and Best Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ? ' Oldest and Best OougblJßemed, K 1 iiiATINO'IS LOZENGES^ [ ' u A Simple Faot About KE ATING'SOOUGD LOZENGES Ask throughout tho world, in any country that oan bo named, you will find them largely sold. Their is absolutely no remedy that ig bo speedy in giviug relief, so certainy ouro, arid yet the most delicate an take thera, One Lozoogo givds ease Sold in 1. lid tins. ; EATING'S LOZENGES. """> Ooughs, Asihma, Hoarseness. K' EATINU'fcV LOZENGJ-8, " Oongha, Asthma, Hoarsenen EATING'S LOZENGES. J ' Ooogh-, Asthma, Hoarseneii REATIN G'S LOZENGES. Ooughß, Asthma Hoarsenen KEA'IING'S LOZKNGES. " r^ Ooughs, Aathma, Hoaraeneii KEAAING'S JLOZENGES, "Any Doctor will tbu, yoa' there is no better Cougb Mediolne than KEATING'ti LOZEiNuES. One gives relief j if you Bottar ironcough try them bat onoe ; they, wiU oure, and they will not injure youi health ; they contain' only tha purest dtngs, nklliully oomblned i Sold everywhere In amall tins. Keating's Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEET MEAT, both in appearance and tllit furnishing a most agreeable method o admiulaterlng the only oertain remedy o INTESTINAL or THREAD. WORMS It la a perfeotly safe and mild preparation and Ib especially adapted foi Children.— Sold in Tins and Bottles bi ,ah O-L-MISTS. Proprietor— THAS KEATINO Londoa ' JSxport Oh*miH and Druggist =• 1 _-____—_. SUOOESS THE BEST TBS WOBTH HOLLOWAY'S PILLS & JWNTMENT. THIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOINE IS A HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE BVBBI WHERE. v. . ; > THE. PILLS; Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nerveai system, and act most powerfuUy yet soothing.on the . T3r LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assimilation, and endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headachei. Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the potent force o these well-known Pills, and they are tun rivalled in theit efficacv in all ' FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions,, skin blemilfieg pimples and boils, better than any-tthe family medicine known. ,i THE OItfTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating power! render it invaluable in all ' THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Aj-thiaa, reducing Glandular Lumps, closiiigand healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and for alleviating the excruciating tortures ol RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed, It neve fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski. disease. The Pills and Ointment are mami_*rtßre ( at No. 8, New Oxford street (kte _ia Oxford street, London),' and are Bold byall vendors of Patent Lines throuehuut th« Civilized World. • a * ou *- mnu ""• Directions for use in almost every language ««" Purchaser should look to the La.be on Pot and Boxes. If inc ad<ilre*w and stree are not on they arc ipnriou*- . Orisa Perfumery; 207, Rue St. Honore*, Parts, LE GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon- Oriia (Orisa Soap)— From the foimule of Dr Q. Revell. The belt map for rendering the akin white and aoft. Sweetly and refreshingly leanted (rose, green and white), v Savon-Oriza-Velouto, exquisitely pei* fumed for tho toilet and baths • | Savon-Orlsa Orlsa Soap) — No« 2, extra fine, in boxea, 6 oakei, 11 exqoidta perfumes, No. 1 Oiiaa-Savon-Inporore, inperloi quality, roie tea, white heliotrope and white violet Orlia-Tonloa (extraot of plants) to oleanit the hair— now mown hay, uiOßiroie, violet, eto. ■ : . ■ Orlsa-Powder — Flowers of Carolina iloe j foi softening and refreshing the ■kin j in exoeUent boxei, with powdei > pulf Oilsa-Volouto — Flowera of iloe powdet, adhering to the ikin, with tha petfume of new moon hay Oilsa-Flowen. (white and ambeied)—Ax excellent toilet water, tonle to tht ■kin, sweetly and delioately pafumed . -. Aqua-Ociia — New toilet watei, tefiM_tU.g tho akin Orlsa-Hay — A totle watei wlthj tha pel* fume of new moon hay Oiiia-Aoiduline— Toilet viqp;gai, aromatlo and dlalnf octant, spoolally adapted for ladles' toileta; Oriia-Scotoh-Lavondev— Sprigs ofiSto eh lavendet flowers • a rich toilet watei Eau-de-Oologno-Oriia—The hlgh-llfe tol. i iot water • ' Oilia- Watei— Concentrated and distilled, Extrnet of superior Eau do Cologne Goutteo-Orlsa-Dentlfrloß — An exllit Yoar preserving tho. teeth and gumi in good health and preventing decay-. Or!ia-Dentalre, in past,- oi pow der, fo whitening th-i teeth without affecting the enamel 'Bi Oriia et Orlaa-Lys — Peifumes foi nocnting linen and the bandkercilef without atalnlng ■ < Orlsa-OIl — Vczlously peifumed } -foi ten aerlng the hair *-f t and brilliant, and. preventing 1 from failing off OrUa-Laoto (Orlua .Mi)k)-f-An em__».v* lotion refreshing tonio to the akin cemoving^ed apots and preventing wrinkles on the f aoe : > ■ ; i • - : •» Oreme Oils* (of Ninon de Loneloi)— Foi producing a boactlf ul white complex* lon with tho olearneii and velvety Boftse-B of youth Osl-ftllue-Ooloran-o fthe best hail dye)*— > Foi iuotantaneou-iij dyeing the hail to any onade, and with ho dangei to health. In ho'.oo, eaoh with bioiea corr'b, piOßpootoo, and bottle ; si la bc-eo, the bottle only without aooes uo-ie-i Kes Orii*u Violetla of the Oar a moi •*. rxquislte porfame quite a noaeguy of vloleta. Ebb Orisa »Suave wholt helletr ope Bouquet of the flower. ■ ' ■ ' ■ ■ '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2228, 17 September 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2228, 17 September 1889

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