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KEATING S COUGH LOZEHGEB . ;.; ' |#EATI G'B COUGH LOZENQBBJ ; ':':'. |#EATINoS COUGH- LOZENGESV ':■;,. -V BEATING'S COUGH LOCENGE& / I/EATING'S COUGH LOZEfrGESL 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, .. ■; , July 12; 1880. ( "DearSirj—lam apoorhand'at lexttrei« , ing may feelings on paper, 1 but' Fsboula like to thank' you, for yonr 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-,€wd,' I am still alive and getting .on well) performed at, St. Bartholomew's Hospital for. bdu<jt, o, paralysis of the vocal chord*; noQne;.cquld . possibly', have had a more violet,- cough indeed it was so bad at jtimes .ihfik U'duit/ exhausted mi; : The. mucus'also^which'wM very copious and hard, has been ebfteaeqa afld I have been,able to get ridofit-withoui difficulty.—l am, sir, yours truly, . "Mr T. Keating," .*.':.., if J. Hfltt. ,■ ■ ■. ■ i . ■ ' s ' ■ 'i i•.' ■ ,- ■ ' i ' . ' • ■"■■ i [ ■' Medical' Notb •' .:'■•.■■,« . The'above Bpeaks for itaelf.' ,Frqm «trie* inquiry it appears.that th«>benefit, from using Keating a. CougH Lozenges* is stated. The operation , was a specially severe one, and;'was performed Dy,/the specialist, prHJ'T. Builft, of Si'^4«^>lomew's Hospital. Since' 1 the •peratibit'th» only means of relief is' the' u»!;6f-:'*hee« Lozenges. So successful are they that'on* affords immediate benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat 'irritation tense; Mr Hill kindly allows any reference to be made to'him. •',-,..,!. ..". 1/EATING'S COUGH LOZBJfGKB. "^EATING'S COUGH LOZENGBB.,". I/EATING'S * OOUGHoIiOZBNGES. I/EATINGi'S COUGH LOZENGES. . i Sold. EvEErwHBMt nr Tn» .' Proprietor-THOMAS KEAafcte,' London. BCCUESB Itlfi BEST TBB '.. •■'-.! i^-^-M^foßTB 1 '""• ■s'l< ~ ' r>' '■■' , ' HOLL^WAIIi PILLS & OINTMENT. riIHIB UNIVEBBAL MEDIGOTI li' ■ iJEQUIflira IYIBI Purify the Blood, iinparttone to the Ner*ot» system, and act most powerfully yet soothinelt on the ~* -. ' -' ; LIVER AND BOWELS, . . Promoting Digertieo and Ammlktloi. anl endowing the > whole bodfly frtabe^ w** Strength and vigor. - Narrow' Hcstfacftee, Tremblings,! with .LasitttdtjfindiT^SSi Debility quickly yield to the potent fore* o these well-known PiUi, and/they *« «n. rivalleo in theit efficac* In all i |4if*y s ~ i BMALfiXOMPLAIKTS, Removing, aU, obstructions, : tkla blemisntt pimples and bouV better than uy oth# family medicine known. , ,j , . - t „ TtiE, pi»TMBNT :^A\ A WPR^-; IPBREPUTATIOH. It heals, every k of Sore,, Ukex aad Wound, mbr& certainly than 1 any ptserknowa salve. Its ' tranrellous: penetrating powersrender it invaluable in all ' : - THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, ,and AsthsMu reducing > Glandular Lnrnpsi' clodig' and healing Abscesses' ant '* Fistulas,' 'and ! for alleviating the excruciating tortures o|!'; -■ f * r RHEUMATISM,-GQiUT,:\ HAnd Neuralgia it,;is ,unsuspassed. : It nwa fails, to remove Scwf and every! species'oftkT 'disease, > , . /-„'.,,,.,• ',-,,, '„,) \u A The Pills and Ointment are manulactor* at JjJo. 8, '|^£w . Oxford J street (late jf« Oxford street, London), and are sqld byalJ venders 1 of Patent;-Lines 'tnrougnout'th'e Directfortk for use in almost eVery language f®^ Purchasers should look to the Labe on Pot arid Boxes. If me ad4r<;ss »«<! s<ret -are not on th»w Meiipnriorti"; '"'! 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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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