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I/IJIIINGS OOUGH LQSBNQEB IV . , . KEAVI G'S COUGH LOZENGES l/EATINtf S . COUGH. LOZENGES,. I/EATING'S COUGH , LOOENGEB. BEATING'S .COUGH LOZENGES. 94, Commercial Road, Peokham, July 12,1889. "Dear Sir,—l am a poor band at expresing may feelings ou 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's Hospital jfor, bdu>ct» o t ' , paralysis of the vocal chords,, noone cou(d possibly have had a more violent cough indeed it wae bo bad- at times that ft- doit; exhausted me. The ibacni also,!wiuchfwae very copious and hard,' hai.beea aoften«qt and I have been able to get rid of It withonf difficulty.—l am, sirVyoun truly,' r \ *Mr *. Keating/' <-* '■ ; ■' ;/ *% fijLii 1' ' ; i , ■ „ '; ■: i '-' '*i "V .:.'- *" V ; . '.' -.; t;[ =*', :\\ r; 4--"-" „ • ; Mmdical Now. The'above speaks for itaelf.■. Frodi storks inquiry it appears that the .' r benefit from using Keating'e' Cough' Loaengei i* onderstated. The operation waß a raecia^f severe one, and, was performed /by fhe specialist, Dr H. W. Butlin, of St. Barthokmew's Hospital. Since the •peration Ac only means 'of 'relief ie -thVnW'of'"thiee 1 Lozenges. So succeseful are they that co» affords immediate benefiti Talthbugn from tfce . nature of the pase the throat imtatiinii ifatense. Mr Hill krndlf aUows »&j referees* to be made to him. v!*l ■ '- * ' ' ■'' If EATING'S COUG.HLO2MIGB&, KEATIJJGI COUGH LOaMfOHL KEATING'* OOU&H LOZHTOBGL KBATING'I COUGH LOZISGBS. Proprietor-THOMAi tKATUTG, I^JeA SUCCESS IHE BEBT TBS ■„, j ,, r , . .1,-^SO-;.;} : „I (' o'iT.-xiß HOLLOWAT'B , r - PILLS & OINTMENT. '■ _^__- ' ,~-? .-V .e-V.*' ''" npHIB UNIVEBSAL MBDIOWI IS aBQUISITB IYBBI ■. ■ ■ ■' -:TiHi iipiiiM'J?"'M:-v!l \(-;!. Purify the Blood, impart tone to the NerreW system, and set mopt powerfully yet loothißgl^ on the . * ■-..,..,;,„>■ LIVER AND BOWELS, i Prompting Digettieo and Attamilatiqev, an f endowing the; whole bodUy -Afpm, wltl? Strength and rigor. Nervoaa Headache*, Trembling!, with Latritude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the poteat force o there well-known Pills,,and "they »re •»«' rivallea jn their efficacr in all ' • •■'/■- - ; ' '•■"i'BMALB COMTLAX&TS!,' Y l „■, Removing all obstructions, skin bleniijliea' pimples and boils, better than any otk» family medicine known/ y j '■• ),■) ; _" THE.OIKTME|NTi r , HAS A EWORLD. IDE REEUTATIOW.t It heals every k" ';6f"Sbrei .Ulcer iad ;Wound, mors certainly than any other known' 'salve. Its marvellous penetrating power*Irender it invaluable in all, ■. , , M .,, . , ,;- ---j THROAT AND CHEST DtSEASES, ';,) Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and,' Asthma,!' reducing . Glandular Lumps, clOKing'ud ~ healing Abscesses ant , Fistnlal, 1 and - io» alleviating the excruciating tortures 0f..-; • ~'? -r' RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed.Jlt ne«e fails to remove Scurf and every aperies of ski disease, , , „' ■, ; „ .':•■',••■'■:■ :,■:■■■.-■. r The Pilb and Ointment .are, manufacrarc < at No. 8, New Oxford street (late ( 633 v Oxford street, London)) and are sold by all" vendors of Pntent Lines throuchbut the Civilized World. ..-.;.;. •;: ,>*-'/;;>.* Directions for use in almost every hngdtft y fS" Purchaisers should look to the Labe on Pot and Boxes. If me iddrtu and stree are not on they are cpwrioas ' v ' v ',/ , NE box of Qlwk'i b 41 pliU ia wairantea to enre all dlachargea f/om Uie orlnaryorgans in either mx (acquired off conatitutlonal), gravel And palrs In the , back. Gntrantetd tree filom meicntr Sold in boxes 4» 6d each, by all ohefalit* f . and patent medicine venddrt. 801% p^b- 1' pdetors, The Lincoln and Midland Cunotlea Dnit' Co. (" Lincoln/ Englaifi; '• Foe gale I f tht Wholwrft Hoam. : t —— | rr-- ; —. t ; ' . .__» -t. 207, Bne St. Honoie, Patu, ; ,■ J E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS !Jj , ;V ., „: , £ .«—.,■■.,,! :<*.>.>, i'l Savon-Orlia (Orlia So»p)—From the for* ; . mnle of Dt Q. ReVail. The bett eotp (at tendsrSng.thoßkin white and edit. '■ Sweetly and tefreahtn^lT ■cfinta ; (rose,green andwhU*). .'■- ' >•"''' Savon-Orlxa-Veloate, exqnUitoly pet* ) famed fov the toilet and baths ; Savon-Oziia Oriaa 8oap)~No; a, extvs , fine, In boiee, 6 oakos, It etqnliite v ! petf umet, No. 1 .;;'.-t: -. <\ "■■iL' Orisa-Savon-Inoorote, inpetioir quality; '<> ! loia tea, whitft hcilbtiope and whil« Orlaa-Tonloa (extract of pUnte) to oleifiM the hair~new mown hay, aioiuoNi j * , vloiet,eto. j -,-,'. - '>'. - ■;<'' (*.-; i-,. /■■- Orlia-Powdtt—Flowen of Carolina itoe 5 ; for loftening and refieshlng ■ tlrt';''; skin; in excellent boxee, with powde* ■• - paflfr., ,-;.*. '< .-;-; '- :•- '!>;,:.. ' ■.. Ojlaa-Yeloate—Flowen rof - rtei» > powdar, r adhering to th-i ikl^ wftto the pei> ! : , fameiOi new moon 3w»y < ° '' Otbn-Fiowen (white and aahwed)—A* :' i sioelieai: ioilet w&ift, toiale to > the - skin, Bweetlr und ,f dellnitely p« , ; fumed -.; . :: . ■ '>■<-■ '• v-; • • "•■ A" AbwOitia—New tdlet w»t«i, fefnihlpg^ ' ;;^ihoskln; „ ■, - ;.;-.■>..'• „ *T OrUa-Hty—A toile watei with the per* ' faiae of hew moon hay • • ,<> O»la*Acldailne—Toilet vlnsgat, »tomatla ; and, disinfectant, ipeolalljr adapted io» k<d!ea'tc4\«ta r : --■ ■■ ■'-•" Oriiui'Scotch-Ijavftadoi—Sprigs 'of Sco ohl laveridejfiowcpa ; 6 rich tfili'et 1 wates Biu->de.oologne.Oflia—TW i i c-Ufe tbU- ' '.iot w»tei ■.; ' .; 1' , : =.'> /■•■' ",-'•- •'■>"' Osiw-Watei—Concantratod cud ,ftl •■': '<;: Bxtrabtof snporlorE«a 'deji ' 0 d-nt'"'"" Ooottes-Of |ja,Dentlfrloe ' An'er^ V 1 ; prewiring the -t9e,& and ' ga»ir' In •- ; good health »nipwvectlnjj decaff' ' ' Oilsa-Dentates, l*»- jjati c* powder, of whitening tha tbeth without aflectiai '■ ( tLsenamsl ■,-/ „•■,. .. Km- 0 ;• Ji -et-.OrlK»:-l4nif~'Ptttfanfw iJ'; >'f* Boontlng linen and the haudkercb!* 1 without italning;/,; -; - ■;.; -. „",- - r j^i-, OiUa-OU^-Vftfilously peifaatod ;• ''-(oi-rtk ; fletlng the hair iaft and b'^lant, preventing 1 fr : failing off J J - oilß»ii*aot« (Qtif Mllk)~Aib\ emuhf? > lotion \ 'efreßnlc^ tonlo ftci the aki "- v- ---; t koasorlag'aad'/spots J ( txA 'yterevttr ,-!;.' .' ' wrlakleion the fsoe y/' .',.',,',:'" ,:, f; Chreaas Q»lm,(o^ Ki3apn,3a' liaaijlQi)~i*'o»V ( t" . psoduoliig i' btefcSHtlftil'-ffhitn comple? , ;! ! ■ ion , wliSi' the ■ cleaineii ] and yelve.cy;."". -' B6fin'oia''ot y'onth 1, 1;' ', :' "-;' l-^\' ,, , fi ,V Orlsilti:e-Oolbr»nte fthe'bedt hair dye)— , FOl instßntaneonily dyelriij the hat* : ! to Bay anadei and #lth no danger '{ , ' health.'' 'In boxcipVeMh^wiUi bJrtwet r ; oombi'pipapw^itid^'bbtjile';'.o'r.^j^: bbxeiii the ibqttla. Qoly without accei, (i { aoriwi ; E ' (i '; '_, "' _'„," ,','.,',,}/..."" , ■ .., . '.._',. - .n' -, ■ ,-. 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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2412, 28 April 1890

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