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KEATING S OOUGH LOZENGES l/EATi G'S COUGH LOZENGB3I. I/EATINGS COUGH 'W^MqeH I/EATING'S COUGH .LOZENGES. I/EATING'S COUGH IiOZB3SES. 94, Commercial Road, Peckham; ■ July 12,1889. "Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at expresing may feelings on paper, but I should like to thank you, for your lozenges hay done wondere for me in relieving my terrible cough. Since I had the operation o 'Tracheotomy' (the same m the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him,,thank. jQod, I am still alive and getting: on -well). performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for.pdwct,' b, paralysis of th« vocal chords, ,»pone: could possibly have had a more.,violent cough; indeed it was bo bad at times that it, duit e exhausted me. The mucus aW, which w» very copious and Wrd, has been softeneq and I have been able to get rid of it without difficulty.—l ant,' Sir, yours trulyy '•'• "Mr T. Keating," ."•• JiBKL. < Medical Not*. The above speaka for.itself. From strie* inquiry it appears that the benefit from using Keating's Coagh Loeeages - is /understated. The -operation was a specially severe one, and was performed,: t)y the specialist, Dr H. T. ButUn, of St. Bartholemew'a Hospital,_' , Since' the .operatian the only means of relief 'is the; 1 use Igf'-Jheee Lozenges. Sfi successful are 'thMr.tha>~o«e affords immediate benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritation ib httense. Mr Hill kindly allows airy referecoo to be made to him; *' '-'"' ; ' •'■> I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGE* I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES, Sold Everywhere.wr Tnre. „l Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London aUCKJEbD IHB BKBI IBS WOfiTB HOLLOW AY'B pills a mm, riIHIS UNIVEB&AL MEDIOmB IB JL HOUSEHOLD nEQUISITK B^KBI 1 ' THi'.Fiiir,,-^- 1; •' Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervow lyjtem, and act most powerfully yet •ooihlael* on the - ; " rj; ■■i:''M !--if !m ■ LIVER AND BOWELS, > Promoting Digestion and ■ Asswiilatfoß, an 1 endowing the whole bodily ' fame with Strength and tiger. .Nervous Headaches, Tremblings, , with „ Lassitude and Genen Debility quickly yield to the potent, force o these well-known Pills, and , they, we > on* rivalled in theii efficacy In all . , ,: ,v i'EMALE /COMPLAINTS, ',.£> '*■ Removing all obstructions, ikln, ble»i»^e» pimples and-bbilii better thin any funily medicine known. "'" ' ' '•"'" : THE OINTMENT ' ' / HAS A WORLD. IDE REPUTATION. It heal* every k of Sore, Ulcer 1 and Wound, more certainly than any other knimn salve. Its marvellous penetrating'powers render it invaluable in all . ; ;i THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis', Quinseys, and Asthma, reducing Glandular Lumps,; >*nd healing Absceisej am Fistulas, and' lo? alleviating the excruciating tortures ol RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neiiralgia it is unsuspassed. It n»:»e fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski diseicse, „ ; The Fills an<3 Cintment are manulacture at No. 8, New Dxford street (late ; 533 Oxford streft, London), and are aoJrf by all 1"' vendors of Patent Lines throughout the Civilized World, " - '■' r ' Directions for use in almost evrry lsDguac^ S3f" Purchasers sbc»ld look to (he. Labe on Pot and ttoxes. If me addriss and stree are not en tbev are tonrioxu \J rantca : .-o enro all diechMges f/on. the urinary org&ua fn oither,.Bei (actjolred of constitutional), gravel ied pal' i in, tte b«ck. Gcaranteea trw fiom meecory Sold Ie boio»:4» 6d eaoh, byjkll ehemlais »nd patent medicine' vendors.' 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"'.^{f OrJEa-Po-jrder—Flowers of '.Oirolin^rioe ; '•'■ fo» .soften'n^ and 'Vwhes'h'fn^" itjit skin ; In excellent boxes,witbppwdot pttflf , ■ ■_ . ■ ■ "-;■"• _■/■> ''li' r ';- Ofif»-VeJoote—Flo wen cf i!oe pcirdet, tdhering to tin iklu/wlth tht p»ttame of new moca;hay ', ' Orisn-Flowerh (whHs and »mbeiodj-r-Av •xaellent toilet, water, tonle to: iht ekin, sweetly md delleatelf p« fusaod ; " " - ■ ; .-'"■'■ l ''" i qn».oilw—Now ko!l«t:«iter. n({Nhlr>k thetkln " ■ ; - .■•''■••- ;'!\':._'* Orlia-Hajr—A toils, water with, thiptifaiae ofnsw moon hay i.; Orlsa-Aolda!!no--Toflet vlnegM, ftromatli) and dJQJnfeetant, tpeclalljr adapted ■ fop i^dtm'.tc^ot. ':■■ nnv ■ *'• V ; c ;:;: Orlia-Sco^hai^iadeT~Spr!gr- Jof Jjfeu:oir : lavecder flowers; a rich toilet watM : Sau-de.Oolognß.()iba—The I fc-liJe tol. iat• watiwV'' "'\"'\',' "' l'"'\''"\, Orlia-W»tet—OoaccntraWd and itl /:; ! -' ■ - Extrwt of snpejrlor Etn de ,c' c vne '. \ - !G6nttßa-ofl.M.D(Bn.tffslee"'^:.'Ari' L;eiu; v \,, ! pteßerving'-the'' taot&i'' ■ an'd 1' "j«amß'in good health 7'eciiWevo&tlnß decay lvi' P*s^7^;'po*i«.tol ■ fcls eaamel !" ■' ■"'' ■,*"'.:"/","."; -IJ*V/ !g« 0 - et.'Orlsa-Lyi —"Peifiimee . »'- ---: scanting linen" and tfie: handk«fet!«;* ; without uta'nliiir ' ' ': ■ "''' '■ \ ,i' '•.'' , Ofha-011—-Vialomly perfutnod j foi roa ] aedng the o»l» • and brillikrH . ' proventiaj- ifr fa'l|ng,o3 , ! O^fca-tjaflte iQti*< •"■ srlilJk;— Ao. nrultir ictlou i'ofresKSt^ tciSc to ; ite%ki" ( ioraovSa? red r:ptiU >i d 1 rcv«.»itf' Oraiaa Or!»».(0' N"tßoa do L«?sflJop)--k f i o». psodnotri? *'baftci'f«h. wh"Ue"c?rapiex lor wUh ''»ml ?^lvetj, joftaeas nt.foxttk '. .;'...',." I Orisilltje-CJoloraTite 'tne best htir..^*)—. Fot iaitanniiierrtißly' dya.|ing,.th»}, t halt to tny flQ»dev»Qd('w4th*'no}daagbr h^althr Io boiearaaeb.'>fth'braaet i south, prosp9&ufl,'tQd bottle;" j'iOT . . boxes, tko bottle^ oblv wlt^aiiootr .- 1 '■ •'.-•! -,- • '' 1 '' 1 * }r' - —^——I—l^—^——^^^^^M^—— )"

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 22 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 22 May 1890

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