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I/EATING S COUGH LOZENGES i I/EATI G'S COUGH LOZENGES ■/EATINcS COUGH LOZENGES I/EATING'S COUGH LOCENGES. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12,1889. "Dear Sir,—l am a poor hand at expreg* ing may feelings on paper, bat I should like to thank you, for your lozenge* have done wonders for me in relieving my .'.terrible* cough. Since I had the operation of [ 'Tracheotomy' (the samo as the lite Emperor of Germany, and unlike him, thank God, I am still alive and getting oo well) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for bduot, o, paralysis of the vocal chords, noone could possibly have had a more violent cough ; indeed it was bo bad at times thafc.it duite exhausted me. The mucus also,'which wa very copious and hard, has been' aof teneqs and I hays been able to get rid of it without difficulty.—l am, sir, yours truly, "Mr T. Keating," : •■« i. Haft. Medical Norn. «"'•■• The above Bpeaks for. itself. From Btrict inquiry it appears that th« benefit from using Kcating's Cough Lozenges is understated. The operation waa. a specially 7 severe one, and was. performed by the Bpecialiat, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St., Bartholomew's Hospital. Since the .•peration the only means of relief ia usi'of these Lozenges. So successful' are; way that one affords immediate benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritation is hi' tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any refereaee. to be made to him. '• ■ K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGSS& K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Sou) EvisK¥WiuuuE;'nr "*ttm~ Proprietor-THOMAS KEATPfG; London, BUOOBfIS IHB BEST TFB WOSTB :.' J..VI-, _ , ;■; HOLLOW AY,'B ; PILLS &ppHT. mHIS UNIVEBfIAL MKDIciIW; IS WHBraUSBHOLD tJaqmßtA TOI \ ' THB PILLS Purify the Blood, imptrt tone to the Nenowi system, and act most power fully yet sobthiaelt on the . ',•■ ••; ; - - ■'■ • -■' ■ LIVER AMD BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and AuiaiUatlos^ an I endowing the whole' bodily i frame witt Strength and rigor. . Nervous Htadaches. Tremblings, with Lissitude and „ Genera Debility quickly yield to the. potest, force o theie well-known Pills, and they ate «■■ rivsUeo to their effic&cv in all : v i EM ALE COMPLAINTS' Removing all obstructions, slife blcwfefaes pimple* and boils, better . than '"any oth« family medicine known>:" •■'«<'■< • • THE OINTMENT : HAS: A,WORLD- IDE REPUTATION, ,It heal* every k , r of Sore,. Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than.any other-knows salve. Its marvellous penetrating;.power* render it invaluable in all . ... THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quingeys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, closing and healing Abscesses an: Fistulas, and lot alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM,. GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unropsssed. It neve /ails to remove Scurf and every specie* of ski disease. : , 4 - • •}; The Pills and .Ointment are manufacture at No. S, r New Oxford street (lat* 531' Oxford street, London), and are sold by all vendors of Patent Lin«. throughout the Civilized World. ' ' ■. Direction!, (or use in atmost e»*ry Lnpu^ue Purchasers she«ld )6oi to the L«be on Vot snd lioxes. If ir.e ad^r-ai an^ stt^ , are n"t on Ifa«v Mejionriotis . ■ . r ?ir UJNB.bo^.of Ol*ik's * 41;pi,U»;i« i»^ raniea to core all discharge* fr<;tu<o« crinary organs in either cci (acquired of cooatitutbnal), gravel *o'<J. pair «i In/.he • back. Guaranteed ires from jaercnty Sold In boxes 4b 6d e»oh, by all ciiemiiu and patent medicine vendors. Sole ptoprietori, The Lincoln tad Midland Conn-* tie* Drofi Oc. Unr-I n , Eng) w d,; Fot sal*» by <bf .yhrlr^lu Ocosfs.^ :^ Dnaa l^iSdiiiiiiy. 307, Roe bt. HonomV JW T E GRAND'S SPKOIAL PRODUCTS JJ ■ • - li— ••'■■■•'• "f - . Savon- Orlsa (Orlra Soap)—Froml t^ife lot. mole of Dr Q. Reveil. The fc'et t eoap for rendsrlng tha sklr whito ace ttoti. Swaatty,. and refreshlnsrlv »ctat« (rose, green and whita), Savon-OrUa-Veloute, exqnliitolf p«y* ; fnmed'fcr the idtfet^ancf^ihs Savon.Orlsa Orlta Bpap)--No. 2, extta fi&9, lit Doxaa, 6 eakei; TV exqaiait* _ porfums«. No. 1 Orlia-Savoh-Iccorof c. «nporlot. qo*lity» rose tea, whlito Halibtvop<i'aD4 f »nlt« •' rlolet " ■ ' ' "''. - ,', Orlu-Tonloa (oxtraot of plants) tooHMma the hair—new mown hay, -o««to.«5, violet, etc, ■ . ' '."•',;..„;"',-■'' , Otita-Powder~-Flowui of o>rqUn« fie*; for Boftening and reJrresfilm; th« iklh ; la exaellent boxes, w(tb powdai i, paff ..->.^. Oiflaa-Velpote— Flowers of floe powdat adhering to' thi Rkla £ f ;wltli the pm. fame of new m666"h«y r O«iia>Flowon (white imd ambere*}—Ai excellent iroHet wat«, tonlo to the skin, iwettiy and delicately dm , tnmsi - ■' : '•''''- r ''i;. ■ Aqaa-Orlaa—Kaw toilet vatei, vr tfeahh»i tho|kln Otti»-E*y—'A toilo iratcs wHS thi pet* ; fame of new moon ha§ O»lwAoldoHuo—ToUrt vln»g»t, tsmnotf« and dlsinfeeiint, Bpeolally *kdapked tot !adlßfl(tcl\^ ; ; ': Oslsa*So6toh>laTMdet^-3pylgß:of BbO oh , Jsvondo* flowero ; s jstib toilet"watet ISaa-da-Oologne-Otlsa—Th'd t fci-lffe toi. let wator ■■■''' v t ',. ■ , Oitw-WataK-^OoneentfalwlandV *,ti Extract of superior Eaa de o'c.'m GoQttes'Crtea-Dentifrlce — An ox,- ; preserving the teeth snd gasm (■; good health and prevoatlng oit^f 1 Or!s»-Denta!re, In c*it« or powder, «f whitening th« tteth wftbo4| affoctln* tL.)enamel " r : ' />"•; ;iJ^'•'-;:-Ess 0 -- et Orisa-Ln ~-':Peifunia« scenting linen and the handkwtf* witab^ ktaioiug O»lfa-OU^Tt^onsly perfuaaoil)' fbi tern awing the halt *»ft and brilliant preventing I" fir - fa ling ofl Oilsft-Lftote (Orif ''tJHlkJit.in <nriiUlv lotion /"efrepcitfc- tcnlo to lH(i iM .karoovlafi[ red' ;poU tx^d ftirtt,th wjSakl(»ion;thei# aoe' " V Orema Oriia (of JSiaon de JxfaoWil—S\« pffodnolng fc besuiifel wHStt wrriplex : ion with tha'd»*rnoa».'an«i^_V6We%f ' «oftneira'ot yonih'. .:."'. ■-7 "'i } Ojl»%JJnfl.Qa?oraav ,tbo bmet fc*/* 3 f «v_ Fo» laßtanUae^ftEis-^e,^ 12*^ Wu to an? sa'ads, and ijrlt'h' no" danger health. In boxM, aaoh with brciee. aomb, prcwpactTJß, and bottle; or 1 boseJ, tho bc'ttU only Without «o««e.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2431, 16 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2431, 16 May 1890

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