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KEATING S GOUQH LOEKNGE6 I/EATI G'S OOUGH LO2BXGIS J/EATINoS OOUaHj LOZENGES > If EATING'S OOUGK LOCBKGBS. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZEITGBS. 94, Commercial Road, Pecktuuft, .'July 12, 188 ft "Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at exprof* ing may feelings on paper, bat I should life* to thank you, for your lozengea have don* wonders for,me in relieving my terrible cough. Sinco I had the operation ef ■ '-Tracheotomy'(the same aa the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him,.thank God, I ftm a ßtl^ alive ftnd gating o» well) performed I at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for bdmct, e> paralysis of the' vocal chords, hoone could possibly haw'had'a. more violent cough. indeed.it vu go bad at times that it doit; exhausted me.;: The >nacaa alto, whioh.wws very copious and hard,. has been eofteneqe and.l hant bi« Bble fcfdb'eii of it wttbeir? difficulty.^ km; air, your* truly, ■ ■ ° ': '' ■ The above speaks ,ldr itself.: 9ram ettt* inquiry it appears that >tb«|, benefit fteta using Keating's Cough-Lozangva, tj andflrstated. The operation was • snaoMlr severe one, and was performed 1» "••Se specialist, Dr H.. T. BntUn, of Bt Bartbolfr,mew's 'Hospital. Sine* the attention eke only means, of .relief, U *c use of tbtee Lozenges. So success!"ril an 'iber that e«e affords immediate benefit/alwhi)oa trees tie nature of' the ease the throat fcrttttioß k Intense.- Mr ffill kindly alkmtf «ss/ ■iiMll to be made «6 him. >' l;; ■-■■''■ ■ IfBAIINO'fl; OOOOH fidflQMHl I^EAXOTO'S COUOH MCTlfO^ j/KAirNo-a cough XiOanrafc KEATING'S COUGB LOlltSlflL - . .• ; •;. ..',;.\'.v So&tt EvnmnrjMi tt-.ttsfi ProprietorWEHOMAfl IXAWSQ, IMtu. SDOOBba XHB< Bfeßl X»8 PILLS & OffiHEHT. rwxma uniyebsal mDumn ii X HOUSEHOLD aIQUIHITI ITKII .' THI PILIB Pnrify the Blood, impart tone to tbt.Nirfcw tfitem, and act nott powerfanyWsootfaiadt ' on the ■ '■•11 '■ ;'t':i>Jl ' : ;^** LIVER AND BOWski, \ Promoting Digestien "^^TrisnUsttWL Ml endowing Itoj/k& $$%&. •»" wl* Strength and tigo*. > Kentiti Headacheg, Tremblings, with Lassitude — A fimts ' Debility qcickly yield Wtht potent fort* • there weU*known Pills, and they are ■»• riTallea in thdi efficacy In all!'; a-BMALE COHPLAIKTS, Remoying all obitroctioM, akin bleabfeM pimpJes and boil*, better Jhs&is any ofli* family medicine known. ' ■"■-"• THE OINTMENT " HAS A WORLD. IDE REPUTATION, It heals emyk.jor Sore.. ..Ulcer iaJ Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its njarvellous' penetrating' power* render it invaluable in all ; ■ !■- ' : THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. Curing Bronchitis, Quuueyt,. and AsUuna, reducing Glandular Lumps,, doting and fceaJing Abscessti ant Fistulas," and for , alleviating the excruciating'tbrtares of' RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsaspassed. It neve fails to remove Scuri and every species of ski disease, '■ •■...■ ', The Pills and Ointment are manufacture at No. 8, New Oxford' street (late 513 Oxford street, London), and are sold by ail vendors of Patent Lines throughout the Directions for use in almost every Ibtngnue S3T Purchasers sliowld look to the Labe lon ?ot and Boxes. If lac addr«u and stree are not <?n they ue tovtoos ; OJSE bo^ of Oluk'i b 41 piUa U watrantea w.aara til diaehargea f<ow Mm denary organs in- .either sex (acquired of / coDstltntioul), gravel md paJr« | D the back. Gcannteed Iris from mercary Boid in boxes 4i 6d each,, by ail ohemlata end patent medloine vendors. L Solej ptopiletors, The Idnooln and Midland Connties Droc 00, Llnmln, tCngiaid, Fov sale If tht whnlsjih Hdasea. > Orisa Perfumery. 207, Roe St. Honor*,, Pasta, . T E OIUND'S SPECIAL PRODUOIB Jj .. 1 ;<-,.".: SaTon-OrUa fOrlsa Soap)— From tie foi* moieof DrO. RevoU.^Thebwtaoan < for rendering the skin white and soft. Sweetly and rnfroehlntrl|r " sticiite , (rose, greenjand white). 1. ■ • .' Savon-Orfia-Voloute, exqoisltelf : per , famed fov the toilet and baths Savoa-Oilsa Orln Boap>-No. 2, txtn fine, In boxes, 6 eaket, I* exqttlslU . perfomM, No. 1 . .r < ■ ■-■•■..) 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Oils»"Watei—Oonoentratad and til . Bxtrwtof soperloiJSaade o-bsne GtouttM-Oflbta-Dentlfrlde -^ An-ex.*.> preaer^ng the teett snd gnma In good health and prevajntlag' debaf Orfia-Dentaiie, U dmU by powoet, of . whitening th« teeth wltho«t«fl»ettn| ; ' til enamel .I.'' .■■•■■ - i:n . - ffiu 0 let Orlia-Lya— Patlflmee aeentlng Unen tod the handkwtt'e .withbiitiUintag . ''' Oilw-OU—Vwrloualf perfumed j foi ten. aetlng the ■ halt »*f t and brilliant, ptaveatiagi ft filing off Oslsa-Laote (Orlrf Mtlk)—An emol«(v lotion 'cfreealng.'.toniotto the ski boraoving sed ■ sputb «cd prevent fj wrlaklei on tho fade C^ o?eme O»l» (of Ninon do Leaalos)~lit»# p^odaolng a beaatifal white edmplex ion with" 'ho elearueis^aad velvety sdftngn ofyowth ■•;ui, ■■ . . Or'.»ltaeX!blor&ata rthej beat hair dye)— Fov Instantaneonsly dyeing tho^haii to any snnde, and [with no dat^st health. Is boxes, eaoh.wltHi b¥«ses comb, proipeotas, and bottto :"^t. boxes, ,tha bottle only wlthoctttftetja SO^I '. . . , ■ - " ■ ••: .•'™-irt ■ .. • . .. [„ ■ ■::,.: ;„):':;•. " . •■■■•■'•: . . vo ... -, . . r-'f.t;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2421, 5 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2421, 5 May 1890

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