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I/EATING S COIJGH LOZENGBSUEAO3 G'S COUGH LOZENGES] IfEATIN&S COUGH LOZENGES^ BEATING'S COUGH' LOCENGES. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12, 1889. "Dear Sir,—l am a poor hand at expresing may feelings on paper, but I should like to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders for me in relieving my • terrible couglu Since* I had the operation' o£ < 'Tracheotomy' (the same as the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him, thank I am still alive and getting on well) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for abduct, or paralysis of the vocal chords, no one opuld possibly have had a more, violent cough; indeed it was bo bad at times, ithat.'it quite exhausted me. The mucus also, which, was very copious and hard, haa been softened, and I have been able to ge% rid bf i* without difficulty.—l am, eir, yours truly, J" ' ' u-' "Mr T.Keating," /'"jyltaik [ Medical Notb. } '!:"'' J The'abov3 speaks for iteelf; . Profti rtrict inquiry it appears thatthe^lienenf -torn using Keating's Cough Lozengei' It understated. The operation' was a 'specially severe one, and was performed'W >'the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlm, of SI. Bartholo- v mew's Hospital. Since the; operation tbe only means of relief is' the use pf;Jii«M Lozenges. So successful are they thai eae ' affords immediate benefit, although from the ' nature of the case the throat irritation Ip is* tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any reference. to be made to him. . " ' TVrI/EATING'S OOTtQK; LOZEXam BEATING'S COUGH LOzttoift. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGE*. , K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGIS. Sold Evebywhbbe njf'THw* " ; " Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, Lbndonv ~~BUGOBBB IHS 8881 TIB ■ hp l iiovr a x\s j V "^/j/' • ■ PILLS & OINTMENT. mma universal midigihi ' is J. HOUSEHOLD oBQUISIXI IVIBZ THH PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervew system, and act mott powerMy yeteootlriaglt on the . . ■ „ ,vi,,,. LIVER AND BOWELS, Promotfng Digestion and AaußllatkM, as 1 endowing the whole bodily fnavo'awitl' Strength and Yicor. Nenroot Headaohn< Tremblings, with Laatitude and Genera/ Debility quickly yield to the potent lores o these well-known Pills, ana' they are wo- ~ rivtlleo iin theit efficacr in all ' ' i BMALB COMPLAINTS, v Removing all obstructions, skfa' blen&hea pimples and boils, better than: any' «th» : family medicine known. . ;', .i- ■ ,>i THE OINTMENT > HAS A WORLD.« IDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its, marvellous penetrating power* render it invaluable id all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis Quinseys, and Asthma, reducing Glandular Lumps, closing *nd healing Abscesses ant Fistulas,' and fo? allsviating the excruciating tortures' of' ~ •''l " RHEUMATISM, GOUT, ' And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. Itneve fails to remove. Scurf and every species of ski . - disease, ' ■ r ;,:,,-;, L _ _..- jl „ The Pills and Ointment- are manutactore ' at No. S, New Oxford street (late 533 Oxford street, London), and are sold by all ; vendors of Patent Lines throughout tha' Civilized World. r * ' ' ' . Directions for use in almost every langusft fSS" Purchasers shcvtld look to the £ab» on ?ot and Boxes. If me address and streo are not on they aic spwlous - ■■ ~ ■ { HFb^oT^oTMkTTirpinnrwM^ rantea to onre ail dlwharge* ttcut^hm urinary organs In either aex (acquired of constitutional), gravel and pair« in th« back. Gcuantoed ires from msrcttxy Sold la boxes 4» 6d each, by bll ohemltta and patent medicine vendors. Sole propdetoro, Tho Lincoln «ad Midland Coontlea Dreg Co.. Lincoln, Euglaii. For sals by the wholeo&ln Honses. ■ :. ;;: Ori^a Perfumery. 207, Bne St. Honote; Piirte 1, -'%[ LE GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Or!sa (Orlsa Soap)— From the lor> male of Dr P, Re veil. The bwli twip ■ for rendering the akin white and ooh. Swoatly and refreshlnylf icGßtfe (rose, green and white). v. SaT6n>Orla>Velonte, exqnisltely ptr* famed for the toilet and b»tha Savon.Orls* Orln Boap)—No. 2, wrtra fine, In boxes, 6 eakei, If exqoiiita perfumes, No. 1 ■ - n '?•■■'■■'■ ~!f; Oiln-Savon-Iceororei v raperlbi l qoalhy, rote tea, white hiliotrbpe and white ■ violet- ' -! t ' . •-'■=- ./'«"■ -••■ .. Oilw-Tonlca (extract of plant*) to cleans* the nab—new mown hiyf lUoanroM, violet, eto. r • , " v \-. 1-1 OrlM-Powder—Flowers of Carolina rloe | for aoftenlng and refreahlng £fc» ■kin; In excellent bbxet, with powaW Oilia-Velonte—Floweia of rlee f*ow4a»adherlng to th? skin, wlk* the per- , ' fame of new moon hay ■ „ Oiln-Vlowen (white and ambeted)—Ak exsellent'toilet water, tonlo'to th« tkhii iwoatly and delicately pm fumed ' _ l«ja»-OBlaa—Naw toilet watet, ieft«ahlr^ i theokin s ,' '■'- > Osha-Hay—A toile watet with tha. per* f ama of new moon hay. r « OBlsa-Apldollne—Toilet vlnegu, ai'omatl: and dJslnfoctant, ipedaUj adapted «os ladle« tcH«ta, Oslw-Saotoh.Lavojdor—Spjrlgi of Sco eh lavender flowen j a'uoh toilet,waiaw E»a«da-Oologno.Oilia—The \ - h-lifa toi. let watei ■ . , , ■• ::\\ "' Oelsa-Watci—Ooncentraied and till Extract of superior E»a de 'c'ovDa Goottsa-Oriaa-Dentlfriee —An exa »,; preserving the teeth"'and garni Id good health and preTentlng decay ; Orlia-Dentalre, Im patta, or powder, of whitening tha teeth wlthoat affeoUiag tl) enamel Eib 0 ;et Oilu'Lti — Peifumei noentlng linen and tho handkerct!* without ttalalag .. r Oslw-bU—V arlously perfumsd j tot ton dating the halt lift and brilliant, preventing Ifr fskiing off Onlsf.-LB0*« (Qrff Hllk)^An emulslv lotion refreshing ionlo to the ski wemovlng ?ed s?oU Acd prevectPp wrbklei on the face Gvssne Ob1j» (of Ninon da Lcnolos)—Fol pffoduolng » bwntlfnl white oomplex ion with the dwwM"' «nd velvety eoftneH ol yoath ' ' Orlaaline-Ooloraate (the beat hail dye)— For ; lnatantaneouly dyeing the' hair to any anade, and with np danger ; health. In yboxei, each with breaet comb, proipeetoi, and bottla; er. boxes, the bottle only without aeoat ioel«*i ' ■ • ':'". ''

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2406, 21 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2406, 21 April 1890