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SEATINGS COUGH LOZBNOSS--; I/EATI G'S COUGH LOZENGESj . 1/EATINbS COUGH LOZENGES 1, I/EATING'S COUGH LOOENGESfc 1 • .. U EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES;, „. 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12,1888. - "Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at expiring 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, I am still alive and getting on well) performed at St. Bartholomew'a Hospital for •bduct.or paralysis of the vocal chords, no one could poßsibly have * had a more violent cough; indeed it was bo bad-at times that it quite exhausted me. The mucus al#>/wbiob waa very copious and'hardj 'tefim* softened,, and I have been able to get rid of it without difficulty.~l am, sir,yours truly, - „ . ,'■ ' "MrT.Keating/' •";>■ l--v if; ' " ' 'y~' .'• -'Jay- >",o>.f v- , 'Medical Nott. : v *■■■/(':;■■--■ Thejabove speaks for itself. From etriet, -■ ; inquiry it appears that the benefit ttom' . using Kcating'a Cough Lozenge* ii uade* ' stated. The operation was a BpeoJaUjy severe one, and was performed ty' Hitspecialist, Dr H. T. Butun, of St. B*rtbete- - mew's Hospital.* Since the operation tb»'.> only means of relief is the use of 4h*M Lozenges. So successful are they that MB' ■'■ affords immediate benefit, although from ••. nature of the case the throat irritation. Ii to* , tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any refeNMl to be made to him. ■ ■ '■ ■ K EATING'S COUGH LOZEKOMt COUGH LOIENGIfc - . /EATING'S COUGH LOZENGHaV COUGH LOZBHGIBiV Sols Evbbtwmm or Tat. . ' Proprietor-THOMAS KEATDTO.I»ntoi; ,' success ihb best xbs -■ ; ; ; ' " WOBIB '_ - '-\ ■_ ,-. ' HOLLOWAY'B PILLS & OffITMEHI mms UNIVERSAL MKDIOIHB 18 X HOUSEHOLD oEQUISITS IYIBX WHERE. THE PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to tht tfitinm . system, and act moft powcrfuUyydsraiiißglj, ' '' oo the ■■■■.'- LIVER AND BOWELS,' Promoting Digestion and AinmUatioa, Ml ' endowing the wM*j< bodily . fna« ::wtth Strength and .tisor., **t —mi TTmiianliM. " i Tremblings, with Lassitude and : ;Gesem Debility quickly yield to the potent force o ': these wefi'known Pilli, and they in.vi rivalleo in their efficacy In all , , '■ "' * .. iBMALB COMPLAINTS."' Removing all obstructions, tkra '.blesaMkn pimples' and boils,' better than'any ttkc . taaaily medicine known.' ' 'l! ';-■ " THE OISTMENT HAS A WORLD- IDE REPUTAtIOW. ■■■' It heals every k : of Sore, Ulcer aid V7otmd, mors certainly than any other knowa ■ salve. „Its marvellous, penetrating powtiff. ..' render it invaluablejin all .... THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, . .'■'-.. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and *-*Hn*ix „'■■, reducing Glandular. - Lumps, closing tad healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and ~far ' alleviating the excruciating tortures ol :' RHEUMATISM, GOUT; . \ „ i And Neuralgia it is unsiupassed. Itnen fails to remove Scurf and every species of aid disease. , - . ■-;■ The Pills and Ointment are manutactarft ' < at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 1533 " Oxford street, London), and are sold by ail vendors of Patent Lines throughout tht ' ■" Civilized World. . . . -- Directions for use in almost every langoaft ' S^ Purchasers sbould look to .the Lab* on Pot and Boxes. If me addrtss and strec are not on they ate spurious OJSE bos of Oluk'i *41 pliia v « M - . - rantea to erne all discharges f/ou th« urinary organs In either box (aoqulnd of :: oonstitiutional), gravel and pai;?« in th« ■ back. Guaranteed ires from mercvif ' Sold in boxes 4s 6d each, by airchemlrta '„ and patent mediciue rendora. Bole pro-. .A prlotors, Tho Lincoln and Midland Conn* . ties Drag Co.. Lincoln, EcglaLjl For '"■■'■ sale by the whoteaftle Hooscs. ,'.', Onza PerfiiLmei^. 207, 800 St.. Honors, Paris. TT E GBAND'B SPECIAL PKODUOTI Savon-Orfia (Or(a Soap)— From the fot> - male of Dr P. Re veil. The bait aoap foi rendering the skin white and «at»<' ' r'l Sweetly and refreshingly afitata (rose, green and white). - ) SaTon-Orisa-Velpnte, exqoioltsly ptr fnmed for the toilet aud baUia Savon-Orlsa Orisa Soap)— No. 3, aztn fine, In boxes, 6 oakes, if.aza.aUdt* peifamei, No. 1 . Otlaa-Savon*lnooroi* ( raperioi qaaUty f - rosel tea, .whlke haUotiop* and Whtt« L flolet ■• , ; , t - r r , ( „, -„,. Mi', OiUa-Tonloa (eztraet of plant*) to elaanatjix'i the nalr—new, mown jhay, ■Uoaifoi*, \ violet, ©ka , ; . ' Orlta-Powder—'Flowsn of CaroUn* lisa t r for softening and ' iefiefthlnf ■kin; In excellent boxes, wlih powdtjioi^ Oilaa-Veloate—Flowers of iloa powdat, adheslngrto ,th-» skin, with. th*|p*#*(;"t fameof newmoon hay <:[ -T:* ; w-" Oilw-Flowen (white, and. aabm*d)-fA* -«' ezeellent toilet f wat««i,itoulo to the ■ skin, sweetly and' deUoutely ptt ! t fumed ,;". ', - : -..; r '--,-;----;----r;^--, Aqta-Oilw—Naw toliot water, isbeahit 4 : .tho.ikin „-;.'■■ """ • """ Ovln'Hay—A toil* wat«i wick th* ptf fame of new moon hay ■- '•■ I-* f\' Otiia-Acidßlino-^-ToUet vlnegif,' aroinaMo ::. and dislnfeetant, speelaUy adaptad , ' for ladle*' :..".. ~\;w;C>,.A' <:aVt Oilia-Sootoh-Lavaadei—Bprlga of S*«> tk£ | Uvendot flowers { a rich toilet .waftut --I B»u-de.Oologne-OrJtar-TV •? t ihi-Kf*] td. ; i:; .: lot "water ...-/■-., f. .-;.■ :M OrJia-Watet —Ooneentraked asd ctl ■■ Extraotof snperlorß« de .o'-O>na.,.-., r ; Gootteß-Ortia-Dentifrlbe —An exu?.; ''^\ preserrlng the teeth and. gwiii.ta.. f good health and preventing decay ' ,', Oalsa-Dentaire, In puU 01 powdet, of s.l whitening tha tooth wlthoat afleotlni ' * tLs enamel '"I; Bis 0 ! et OrlwLys — Foifame# ■osntlng linen and th* bandkeK^la wltboatalalnlag,' >, (if V3:i OiUa«Oll— Variously poifumodjvfoi rea. ; ■ aering tha hair s»ft and brMlUnt, ;V. ■- pjaveatlngl ft ",, faUing off x :irj.i v ,- r Oclsft.Lsete jQri*F MIIKJ—An emnlalT g lotion *efreeclbg tonic to th* tUny.> -. ; ktmovlog sed spots «nd pr*vaDtfsr wr!nkle«onthe hae Oremo Orba (of Ninon de Lenolos)—tot.. -, nifodaolng 4* beaotlfnl wbltaeomplax ion with «»• elearnew and Talvetf ■oftnass-ofyoulhTr- . .:^i :-I■■ Oitaallne-Oolonnte fthe bnt hah JijtbFoi Instantaneously dyeing th* nab < to any snado, 1 and.wlth no: daagw:.- i: health. In boxes, eaoh with bra*** comb, proipeotni, andbbtil*; *t.'! ;; boxes, the bottle onlj wlthoat aoaaftv

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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