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I r KE ATTN G'S LOZENGES Oldest and Best Oongh Remedj EATING'S LOZENGES ' ' Oldest and Beet Oongh Remedy EATING S LOZENGES. " Oldest and Best Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES: " Oldest and Best Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZBNGES. ' Oldest and Best Oough^Remed, K^ -RATING'S LOZENGES^ * "A Simk,b Faot About KE^TING'aCOUGHLOZENGES A_k throughout the world, m any country tbat can be named, you will find thtm largely sold. Their is absolutely no remedy that is so .peedy m giving relief, so certainy cure, and yet tho most delioate an take them One Lozenge give B ease Sold m la 1 id tiuß. EATING'S LOZENGKB. " Coughs, -.Bthma, Ho.rseneSß. 1/ EaTINU'S LOZi_NGES, ■ ' O.oghs, Asthma, Hoarseneas EATING'S LOZENGES. ! ' Oongti., Asthma, Hoarseness T/" MATIN G'S LOZENGES. ■ V Ooughs, ABthma Htareeneßß KEAIING'S LOZEINGESOoughs, Aatbnia, Hoarseness KEAIING'S LOZENGiiS, "ANY DOOTOK Will, TELL YOA' there is no better Oongu Medioine than Ki-ATIISG'S LOZENGES. One gives relief ; If you suffer from oough try them bat onoe * they will oure, and they will net injure y oat health ; ttiey contain only the pureßt drugs, skiliully combined^ bold everywhere m small tins. Keating's Worm Tablets. A PUKi-LiT Vi-Gi-lABLJ- SWJCET MEAT, both m appearance and tas t iurniabing a meat agreeable method 0 administering the only oertaln remedy 0 INTESTINAL or TaßiilAD WORUia It is a perfeotly safe and mild preparation and ls especially adapted for Children.— Sold m Tins and Bottles by ____, Chemists.— Tfl AS KBAIINa Loudo* : * Export Ch-wiH, cmd Druqgiit SUOOESS IHE BEST TES ' WOBTH HOLLOWAY'S pills & jhmeie THIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOINE IS A HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EVER? WHERE. THB PILLSj Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, and act most powerfully yet soothing*! onthe * " LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestien and Assimilation, aad endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headaches. Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera' Debility quickly yield to the potent force o 1 these wefl-known Pills, and they are an* rivalled m their efficacy m all ' FEMALE COMPLAINTS, • Removing all obstructions, skin blemishes > pimples and boils, better than any othe j family medicine known. r THE OINTMENT , HAS A WORLD. A IDE REPUTATION. f It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and f Wound, more certainly than any other known ' salve. Its marvellous penetrating poweri render it invaluable m all J THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, 1 Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. ' reducing Glandular Lumps, closing and ■ healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and for . alleviating the excruciating tortures of > RHEUMATISM, GOUT, 1 And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It neve fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski t disease, , The Pills and Ointment are manufacture at No, 8, New Oxford street (late 533 ■ Oxford street, London), and are sold bjrall. vendors -of Patent Lines throughout the Civilized World, Directions for use m almost every lanftuaffe "W Purchasers should look to theXabft : on Pot and Boxes. If tne address aad strea 1 are not ou they are spurious Orisa Perfumery. 207, Rue St. Honore*, Paris, T E GRAND'S SPEOIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orlsa (Orisa Soap)— From the foi. mule of Dr O. Ro veil . The be» t soap for rendering the skin white and soft. Sweetly and refreshingly scented (roße, green and white). Savon-Orisa-Veloute, exquisitely pei* f nmed for the toilet and baths Savon-Orlsa Orisa Soap)— No, 3, extra fine, ln boxes, 6 oakes, l_ exquisite perfumes, No. I Orlsa-Savon-Inoorore, superior quality^ rose tea, white heliotrope and whiterviolet Oilia-Tonioa (extract of plants) to oieanse the hair — new mown hay, ujossrose, violet, eto. O-lsa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina ilee | for softening and refreshing the ' skin ;ln exoellent boxes, with powdei / puff Oilsa* Veloute— Flowers of rloe powdei. adhering to the skin, with the per' fume of new moon hay OiliA-Flower- (white and ambered)— Ax exoellent toilet water, tonlo to tht skin, sweetly and delloately pcs fumed Aqaa-Orlsa— New toilet water, isfieshlng the skin Orlsa*Hay— A toile watei with' thi perfume of new moon hay Orlsa-Aoldullne— Toilet vinegar, aromatlo and disinfeotant, speolally adapted for ladles' toilets, Orlsa-Sootoh-Lavonder— Sprigs of s Seo eh lavender flowers; a iloh toilet watei Eau-de-Oologne-G-iw. — The high-life toU let water I Orlaa* Water— Oonoentrated and die tilled, Extraot of superior Ean de Oologne Gouttes-Orlsa-Dentlfrloe — An exllli foi preserving the teeth and gums ln good health and preventing deoay ••• Orlsa-Dentaire, In put-* or powder, fo whitening th* teeth without affeoting the enamel Ess Orlxa et Orlia-Lys — Perfumes foa soentlng linen and the handkerchief without staining Orlia-Oil— Variously perfumed 3 fo. ren aerlng the hab s*f t and brilliant, »pd - preventing 1 from fa ling off Or!_a*Li__te (o.i«a Milk)— An emulsive, lotion refreshing tonio to the skin removing sed spots and preventing wrinkles on the laoe Oreme Orlaa (of Ninon de Lenolos)— Foi p.oducing a beautiful white complex* ton with the olearness and velvety softness of youth Oilaaline-OGloiante fthe beat hair dye)— ■ , Fob Instantaneously dyeing the hail to any snade, and with no dangei to health. Ie boxes, each with biases comb, prospebtus, and bottle ; sr In boxo., the bottlo only without aooes .orlsß _Ca_ Orlss-Xncolore Violette of the Oar s. moat exquisite pe.'sme quite a nosegay of violets, Ess Or I_a Suave whoit heliotrope Bouquet of the flower. ianw-__-____, M^ MMM^^^ M _a MM^M__M__«-»-_--M*»**-»B

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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