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KEATING S COUGH LOZENGES j/EAIBt G'S COUGH .LOZEKOEST KEATINo S COUGH LOZENGES R EATING'S COUGH ' LOCENGEB. K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. .: . - ■ „ :•'!'! , T':"t .■'■•• 94, Commercial Road^Peokham, //'July 12, 1880. " Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at ■ expres- . ing may feelings on paper,'but I ahould like to thank you, for your lozenge* have done ' wonders for me in relieving my terrible -" cough. Since I had f J the operation of ■ " 'Tracheotomy' (the same as' the late Emperor of Germany, and iolike him, thank, God, I am still alive and getting 1 on' well) performed at StJ Bartholomew's Hoapital'fot'MWuoti or paralysis of the vocal ehords,:tio one could possibly have had a~ nford'vibl&t'cough; J .jpdoed.it wan so bad at timeeitiiat tt quite :! exhaußtedme. The, mucus ftL»,wfilch vu , : yery^copious and-hardj Jiaß been softened, and I have been able to; ge%rto of tt without ; difficulty. ~-I am, sir, yours truly. > ,] 1 - "MitKeatiig,"'* . i _,-.,.,, ,» MKDIOiJ,,NOI*. . -„,v j!., •■' The^abwe speal^Jpr itself, ;B%sCtt ttffc* inquiry it appears that the bsaafit fiom using Keating^ Cough Lozengai ■' i» voder* stated. (The operation; was, a epeoiaUy severe one, and' was 1 perforuied" Wtte specialist, Dr H, T. ButLui, of St^Barfch«femew'a HospitaL ' Sine* the qieratlon (he only means of relief is to* dm of tfeea* Lozenges.; «o enooesafal are they ttaft esss affords immediate benenVelthbtigttfom Ac - nature of the case the throat irritation fc lay Jense. Mr Hill kindly allot* anyMcMMt to be made to him. , ■ „ I/EATING'S- COUGH LOZEHGK COUGH LOBiiroA I/EATING'B COUGH LOZltlttm JJEATING'S COUQH LOZBHGEa SOU) EVBftTWHIBM Df ttWfc^ ' ■ ' Proprietor—THOMAS KSATiy(?, JWdMfc BUOOBBB IHB BBSX HB~ : WOBTB.-;.:.,!.,. ; PILLS OINTMENT. mHIB UNIVEBSAL* MBDIOWI IB X HOUSEHOLD nEQUIBII* MfTUir -■• ' Tfiß PlLliji ! "•• ■' ■■ Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nerrew •fitem, and act most powerfidly *«t so«tfaiwl> on toe:, ■. :jf .. Ji: . ir * -x,^ V) t ,r •=> , ' ' OVER AND BOWILS, Promotfne Digettien «ad Aanailatioß, sal endowing- the wh^.Vbpda^^fciptt, with Strength and visor. Nenmu w—^tThw Tremblings, witfe Laatitodc and Genen Debility qtdckly yield to the potent force o - thew w^-known Pills, acid . tliiey, ire «n- ' rivaUea in their effickcv in 'ell';': ''- " i'BMALE COMPLAIFTS, Remoring all obstrnctloni r iklii bldiiifcea pimples and boils, better than) iurtr othc temily medicine knoifrri,- ; . ■ : . _ THfe aiIJTMEKT! HAS A WORLDi, I|)E REPUTATION. :It lieali eyery 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' Athtw., j reducing Glandular Lumps, closing and healing: Abscesses anc Fistulas/ and lor alleviating the excruciating tortures of ' RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsusputed.; It ne*e fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disesise'i ': , „. -„, , iti ,V.f,, j i; - The Pills and Ointmect are nianutacturc ■ at No. 8, New Oiidrd street (late,; eai Oxford street, London), and are sold by all vendors of Patent Lines throncrhbut the Civilized World. : ( "'• ■'•'. Directions for use in almost"ev«ry langua|e %£" Purchasers should look to the Lakw on ?ot and Boxes. If me addi-so and stree are not on the? ai« sp«rlons : - OiSJS bo?; of Olark'i a 41 pUU ls^wairantea to onre all discharge* f#on* \h« urinary organs in either, sex (aoqalred of constitutional), gravel *nd piJr * in the b*ok. Guaranteed trea fjfonDi mercor^ Sold la boxes 4» 6d each, by all chemists and patent medicine vendors. 1 Soloipropeietora, The Lincoln wad Midland Coon, tlea Drag Co.. : Lincoln^ Eng]sa<2. Foe sale by the Whole&alle Honaen. 207, Rne St. Honore; Paru, X E GRAND'S SPECIAL PJ^ODUOTB Savcc-OrlE* (Orli* Soap)—Froin the formalo of Dr p. RevoU. The be»t soap fov rendering the skin white and tofw Sweatly and lefreahlnflflf *ua\m (rose, green and white). < : ! Savon-Orltt-Veloute, exqolnltelf pev> famed for the toOet and b»tki Bavon-Orlia Orlia Soap)—Nn. 8, extra fine, in boxee, 6 oakei; It ei^nlalte perfames, No. 1 Orl»».8»von.Incoro«e f ■aperlot anallW, rose t«i, white heUotror>e ani whiU •- > violet ■'•-■ \"- ' - ; • ' '■ ' " > Orba-Toniea (extract of plahti) to eleanw the njOi—new aown b^y; »iosiio«, > < violet, eta '--•';" -; , - '-;''"'' Orlsa>Powder^Flowen of Oaibllna ; fox «oftinlag and' refmhinV the skin j In eieellent boxw, with powde* Oilm-Velonte—Floweis ct tlot Ttow6u % adheilng to thvikln, wltti the p#«. f amo of new moon haj - ■ OrUa-Flowcn (white and ainb«»ed)-^Ai excellent • toilet witw, tonle to tht ■ iklo, iweetly acd dtUtately p«r fucied i~- ■" --- ■•-■ -■' I' l'"' Aqttt-Orli«—Now toilet water; nfteshlri the akin ; Oilia-Hay—A toll* wat<ti with the *><*•. fame of new moon hay ( ,-■ Oilift-Addnllne—Toilet vlnegai,. ajrMsalf e and dlslnfeotant, specialjf adapted -, forladtes' r 4c'M«t»;r, „ / „-'", ,',- Orlsift-Scotoh-Lavejider—.Sprigs of Sou ok lavander flfewers ; a rloh tollat wate* Kau-da-Oologae-Oriaa—The I > h-llfe 1 toi> ■ let Wtttt ,"' .' ( , •; ,' „.',.; Orlwt-WateiT-Oonoentrated and r til ' Sxtiaotof superiorKfii de ; c o^na, Gtonttea-QriM-Dentifrlce —An' extf,.; '-' preserving the toett.ahd goms In - good health and preventing decay OrlwDeutslre, 1^ pmU or powder, si whitening tha teeth without affoottng t1.3 enamel ",■',- Esi 0 set OrlwLys ';4 Peifume. icentlng linen and the haudkeicL'a *, wlthontstaining , . !>i,.,;,■ Orlsa;PU~Vejrlbu«ly perfumad,,',, fo# ton aerlng the hair i»ft and brlUUnt, .preventing I: fr falllag/offV'>-i-' Ozdn-Laeto' (Ori^:: Milk)—An emnltlv lotion 'ofrcstiliag tonic to the ekl removing saa spots 'AadpreTestfr ■ wilaklei on tho J aoe , . ; . . Oraine Orlxa (of Ninon de [ Lenolos^Vot pEodnclng a beaotlfnl whlta oosnplex lon with tne clearness and yelteif . softness ofyontE ' Orlii-Hne-Oolbrtnte fthe best hair dye)— For Instanta&eoasly dyeing the halt to any snaddi and with no danger haaltJi. lit boxes; each with bran* comb, prcipeotos, and botble; or boxee, this battle only without aoeea

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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