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I/BAIING'S COUGH LOZBNQBVI/EATING'S COUGH. LOZENGES \ /■ l/EATIN^S COUGBt - LOZENGES / I/EATING'S COUGH LOCENGEs/ BEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. ; 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12,1889. "Dear Sir,—lam a poor hand at expresing may feelings on paper, but I should like to thank you, ior your' lozenges have done wonders for fae 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* X • am still alive.and getting on well) performed . at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for abduct, or paralysis of .the vocal chords, no oneoonld possibly have had a \nore violent, cough j indeed it was so bad at times that it quite exhausted me. The mucus also, which nw. very copious and hard,-hat been softened, and I have been able to get rid of it withoa* difficulty.—l am, sir, yours trnlyi , ; -. "MrT.Kcatingi" V J. Hoi* . ' Medical Nora. ■ ; Tlio above speaks for itself. From etrfaft inquiry it appears that the benefit from .using ;<KeatingY Cough Lozenges U nndeft. stated. .The operation wa» a epeewlly severe one, and was performed by tt» specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of Si. Barthokkmew's Hospital. Since the operation •■•- only means of relief is the use of theM I^zengea. So auccesdul are,.they.*ha*e«e atforda immediate benefit, althoognirom !&• '. nature of the case the throat irritation llM* ' tense. Mr; Hill kindly allow* uwrebnM* to be made to him. ' .' ■ " I/EATING'S COUGH LO2l3rGplw I/EATING'S COUGH LOaE¥G». COUGH LOZBNQBSk;;J/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Sold Evxsvwhiu BT-Q7knb>- :, Proprietor—THOMAS KEATD^UuAte ~BQOOIB~B^IHI , BKBT TIB "■ wowa i t ., .., .. ,;■ HOLLOWAI'BV PILLS & JIHTMENT. rpHIB UNIVEBiAL MBDIOniB 18 JL HOUBBHOLD oBQUIgm BfBBX THB PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nerve** ffttem, and act most powerfiUljy«ts6btUi^f on the UVER AND BOWELS, Ptomotmg Digeitien and Aadalktipii.' aal eadowing. the whole bodily;' bsjbe-witfc Strength and iisbr. NWniu' Headeehee. Tremblingt, witn Laaitiidc. and Gcnm* Debility quickly yield to the potent force o thew well>known Pilli, and tney are «n> rivallea in thdi efficacr tn all . VBMALB COMPLAINTS, Removing all obttroctioni, ikfa hltifihri pimplei and boili, better than any othe family medicine known. THB OMTMBNT HAS A WORLD. IDS REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer tad Wound, mors certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating powan render it invaluable in all ' , THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and AstaaMu reducing Glandular Lumps, doting uj lienling Absceitet ant,- Fistulas, and for illcviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, ' And Neuralgia it is nnstupnssed. It neve fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease. ; ■ ' The Pills and Ointment are manofcetpre at No. 8, New Oxford street (hue 533 Oxford street, London), and are sold by. all vendors of Patent Lines throachoat the Civilized World. ■ Directions for use in almost every i««grnm sW Purchasers should look to theTLabr on Pot and Boxes. If iae addras and strea are not on Aer axe spvioas . ' , OtHK bos of Olark'a b 41 plsU v «evrantea to onre ail dlaonavgaa f/om ike): urinary organs tn aithei sex (aoqoind of oonstUntionai), gravel and paini In th» back. Guarantee i frea ftoin mefenry Sold In boxes is 6d aaoh, by all ehemkta and patent medicine vei^dori.: Bola no* prletors, The Unooln and Midland Cona> tfea Drag Co,. Llneoln, KnglauL Foil aila-bT tha wholaaala Honaee.

Onza JPerfmnery. ; 207, Roe St. Honor*, Part*, / J E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRQDUGTB SoTon-Orlsa (Orln Boap>—From tbei fo»> mule of Dr O. Retail. The beai «o»p for rendering the skin white «od ioft. Sweetly u>4 lefresbinrly sent* (rose, green and white). Safon-OriiaiVelonte, exqobltelv pet* . fonied for the toilet and b*tb« SaToa-pilia Ortik Soap)—Np. S.nta fine, inboxet, 6 eek M| 1% exqeieite peiftunes,, No. I . ; - Orlia>S«Ton«lrMor6ie t sapstioi' ansjltfi rose tee, white fceUotiof»«*4 white .▼lolejk.. . Oflik-l?pnloa (extraci ol plants) to eiosAst the, naUr-new mown hay, aiossroeev , Tlolet/eto. ' ..■.-;,■ Orls«-Powdev--Flowen of OarollnSitleej| ,foi.. softening ' and refreshing', tftf akin; In ozeeUent boxes, with powdot Ortu-Yelpiter-Flowers of rlee powdea. •dherlng to thi skin, wltk the petfame of new moon hay Orlsa-nowen (whlto and antbored)r%BA excellent toilet water, tonia to the skin, sweetly and delleately- pra famed • . . •'.-.. t - 6 -;-... r -T Aqoa-Orlwk—New tolUt water, re«re*h>4 l '; thoflkbr .-= '- :-- ■'". - *.i.,<i OrU»-H»y—A toile water with thsxtxr* : fame of new moon hay ,-. . .>.j..,7; Otiia-Aeidallne—Toilat Tlnefar, akoae.Ua : »nd disinfectant, specially adsite4 :: foi:ladies'.tcit«taV ■ . -V". .. 1 ,;^;.- Oil«-Scot«h-Laykjider--flptlgs ol Seuea laVande? flowers f a rleh tbUetfaias S»u»de.Oologni.Orlia—Tlxe ; i : h4ffe4p4. jet^ritft - „;, \; ■..-; z r:^. r\^i: OiUa-Watei—Ooneenttaled and tit Extiaot,of snpetlprEnie 00 na Qonttea-Or'jia-Dontlfrice.—An axu 1 -, preserving' the' teeth and gams In good health and nrarontlng decaj.^ Oriia-D'entalre, In pstU or powder; of whitening th« teeth withoit afleetlng tL) enamel Ess.Orlaa ci Orlia-t^s — Porfamos seentlng Unen aiid the. handkerctfe without staining - : Oilu-OU—Variously perfumed: fo* ren aerlng the hair s»f t and brilliant, v . . pravontlogl ft . facing off . Orlsa-Laeto (OiJrr MUk)—An emnlslT lotion refresblcj; tonlototheskl., bemorlng "d *cd prevebtfir wrinkles on the Jfaoo' ' Oreme Orlsa (of Ninon de Leneloe)r-Foi {j^odncing »" beattlfal' wh'tte-oomplex on with the elearnesi and Telrety softness o« foutH" Orlullne-Oolorinte (the best hab dye)— For instanttineouly dyeing the hair to any snsde, and with no danger health. In boles, ea©h with brosts comb, piospeotui, and botU»; ef boxes, the bottle onlj without isoti sor!^i ;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2403, 17 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2403, 17 April 1890

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