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|/EAO:iNG'3 CQf r OH LQZIIIjaBS I/EATING'S: COUGH ->- LOZENGES;; V K EATING'S^ COUGH LOZENGES. jJ .IfEATING'S COUGH LOCENGESi ■(EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, Jvly 12,1889. *' Dear Sir,—l am a poor hand, at, exprea* ing may feelings on paper, but I should like ■ to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders' for me in relieving my" terrible cough. Since I had the operation of 'Tracheotomy^ (the same as the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him, thank': God,ll am still aliv6 and getting on well) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for abduct, or paralysis of the vocal chordj, no! one could possibly have had a more violent cough? . indeed it, was so bad at times that it jquite exhausted me. . The mucus also, whichjwas very.copious and hard,- has been softened, and I have been able'to" get rid of it without} difficulty.—l am,'sir, youre'truly,' i'Z. ,< ■' «Mr ft Keafiug,"* -;_;';. - ™$$jjsi ll _ ; t ' MzmoM, NotKr <; '■ - $ ->'■" v-h Theabovespeaks,for itself. From atrict inquiry, it, appears ths,t the benefit Jfrom using Keating'a Cough Lozengea fa nnderBfcated. The operation waa A Bpoci*Uy severe onei. and was' performed'Hq^^fHti specialist, Dr H. $. Butlin, of ■ $t Bartholomew's Hospital. Since.thepperatio»ith^ only means of ''relief "is .'the 'vap'yofc.jhaii*'- -' Lozenges, go successful' are r ihey thas one ; affords- immediate beneiiti; although from the nature of the case thotlliroat irritation taint tense. Mr* HillkindlyaUo wb any wfereaoil to be made to him. . •'. r-^\ n^T IfEATING'S COUGH LOZENGE* COUGft fWnßKQty^. K EATING'S COUGHX.OZENGBS. f, ' Sold Eymjymna'm tTnra. , ■ : Proprietor-IHOMAS KEATING, Lwm^p, ; ipooßßs xhb iwbt «*;;:;; ] ''■■;- woMiiv/^vc::,,;:^ •,- .-, . HOLLO'WAY'B Jrjx'■> ** J Ut"-"- ,. PILLS &_OIHTMENT. mms univkbsal mDiotra ib '■■• lr HOUSEHOLD mEQUUUTI ITIBT--• WHBBB. . ■ ,-'. . •..,,•. -■- •'• -v- - '-> « ' .. . THp->PlfcLi-,r.•:-,-: .1-:;- ■ Purify the Blood, impait tone to tin TTJuiii tyitem, and act most p-^rfnily jir ■fulhii^lf on the - " "'' ... •-...■■ ~i ■■ ! LIVER AND BO^HLS, P V- V J Promoting DigetdoD wtd Aaiailitibjk wl V, endowing the whole bodily &*••' «■£';. Strength and viffor. 'Nerrpaa 'Hnflifeli^L'' Tremblingi, with Littitade 'uHSTGrnM' Debility auickly yield to the poteA force • these well-known Pills, and the* «kt -M> riTalleo in their cmcacrlt til ' - ■ : FEMALE COMPLAINTS, : Removing aIL obstructions, iirfi Miitslini pimples and boils, better tkaa. imp- otke> l*mily medicine known, ■'■"■' ■<•■<- THE OIITTMBNT . „ ..,. HAS A WORLD. IDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Son, Ulotr-tad Wound, more certainly than any other kaowi sidve. Its marvellous penetrating powerp tender it invaluable in all X \ „■. V i. »1 ;■ . THROAT, AND CHEST DISEASES/ Curing Bronchitis, Quuueys, tad AaHasjuir-;. reducing Glandular Lumps, dotiiig\Tua-' ■ healing Abscesses, isne . fistulas,-. and."' foi ;■: alleviating the excruciating tortures of ' ' * RHEUMATISM; GOXJt, .\. r ;','.. And Neuralgia it is uiisupasaed. .It slew' ' fails to remove Scurf and every species of«kr'-■'•' disease. • . ■ ! •"■■ ■■ ''l''J'"'.''■'{■' The Pills and Ointment art 1 nannfaeipre"' at No, 8,; New Oxford street (late '533 '■'■'■ Oxford street, London); and are sold by ill •"■ Tendors of Patent Lines ihrowhiot tka '-: Civilized World. f , . T. - , . Directions for use in almost every L'frw -- ST; Purchasers sbonld.lqbk to, the .Laki-.VU on Pot and Boxes. If Vme addnea and street,'., ;■■ are not on they ue spweioos , ;.' l^",'.J';!."', OJSK box of Olwrk'u i 41 pUb li war- - ranted so enre all dlieharge*f/bm orlnary organs in either imx (acqalre4 of V r oansUtutlonil), gr»vel «tld nsine; in. tho:^ back. Guarantee d frea from' nuireuy t Sold in toxei 4i' 6d eneh, bjf all chemiitk - and patent medicine tendon. . 8ol« 'pro- ' prietora, The Llneoln lind MldUid Oooni '. tlae Drag 00,.' Lincoln, EngluLd. Fot ' ■ale by the wholesale Hon»?«. ~ „ . Dnza Perfomery. > I . 1 207, itne'St. np-^t r E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUOra Savon-OrliA (Orlu Soap)— From the fot* ; male of Dr P. Reveil: ThebeitMMp / ; forrend3flngtk«jkinwhlteaß«lMft.A . Sweekly and lefreehiaflfj :«atate.i. (roae, green andwhiteX > ■"■ ■ Saron-C^lisWvelpnte,, ,^exqqlal|«ly - pettn: -■ \ fumed for the toU<*anid b*tha Savon-Oils* Orl«a Soap)-^p. 2, eztn fine. In boxes, 6 neJr.ee> 11 ex«.iielt« perfunaee,No.l -'„-}■-:;,,- ;;;.;U'.J ; OrUa-Savon-tnooroie, rar^efioii oßjiUty, -t rose tea, white baUoUope salwkJte 1 :Tiolet;: T -. A :,. ..-;■ Orli»-Tonloa (eitraot of planti) te ekaski* i '■'' ; the haii—hew mpwa, hay^rietjsraa,/ / ■"■■ , violet ? eto. - ; /," .",' t- ■•■ Orli^Powder^Flpwen o| JTatollaa atbt fi '■ lJ • ' '• for .' aoftenlng;' and^,, Mbfabgngri «as) J ?.- ---;-; r sklobj in ezealleni boxec, wltk ptniaaii ,■ >••-'] \y&~ r x ( f, '•. .„•-- -, t-r.-v y OrUa-Veloote—Flpwew ,p|:riot jpowter; adhering to the vido, wi* tke pet! "■■■■ fame of new mooa hay . ; ■ Urn. . Orlsa-Flowei* (white Mid ambeeed)—Ak excellent toilet wntet, tooie fir:tot'. ■kin, sweetly and dtlieately p« '■■ 'c 'fumed"" . ■■ -: -.' \-,,'' 'y . Aqia.OiUa—New toUetwater, Mlmhlr ft ■■' 'the'ikin '■';."..,, "■ -:• : ••:-.•'> Orha-Hay—A toUe watet with toe pee* . - fame of new moon ]bay . , : - -■: ■:.>■'<■; -. Orta'Aoidnllne—Tolle \ vlnegat, atosßatl* U■ ■ - and difllnleotent, ipcdaily adapted 1 r forladlee 1 totteU;; ;..--'. i ii .:.-..., Orlsa-Sootoh-Uvtadet^-Spflfi of 8«O ek ; lavender flowenj niteh toilet watem' K»u-de-Oologne.Orlaa—T%e ljh4Jfe to*. V M'^tet: /• \--V.i- V-\ ■ Orlia-Water—Ooncenbialed tni; ttl rs ■■ Ex^raotof superior Km da 00?ne r Goattea-prUa-Dentlhlwi — An exu r t i - preserving the teefiikk !»hd gnmiJa good, health andprtnrantingidecay ;, Oeta-Deulaire,, 1« naitir qr ;powrdet t T«f whUening the teeth wlthoitafl«elßtt| tit enamel .-. ■ -■ Em OrUa et Orlia-Lye — Perfsmee fo : .._.^ Beentlng linen and the. handkercife ■■j ' without eteinlng „ ■• -■ '.'. <■■""' ; Orlsa-Oli—;Vwlouily perfumed;; fo« tea aerlng the hair f»ft and brilliant, v:, psayentlngl fr fillUng.offt ) OrUa-Laota (Orirr Milk)—An emnlslv I lotion 'efreflhlng <«nic to the ikl - waaiovlng nd 3?oti, *nd preTcntfc 00■■■ wrlaklei pn *h8 faflii -, „.\ .'I . 1 OremeOrUa(ofNlnon. dfe, Lenel M )-1' 4 , l Dsodoolng a beaaufiill white oompUr Ton with t^ etamau and refretF: ■oftneii oi jrouih r v. ; v t a,:,; vIJ OrlMllne-Oolorinte (the beet hair dye)— For inetantaneoMlj dyeing the htJf to any snade^ and with no danger health. In boxes; «aoh with bn»ee comb, proepeetm, and bottle jer r box«* ( the bottle ouly without aoeee ;f Bn OiUa-labolore Vlolekte of the Oat ' a most exquisite t«rfime qßite; eT ■ ncwegay of violets . .-:t-=-Em iOrlia^Snave wholt helletroDe loij. » qaet of the.'flowetj ■ . ■

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2396, 9 April 1890

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