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TTRATjAG'S COUGH, LOZENGJES, T^EATIXO'S COUGH LOZENGES . TT-BATING'S COUGH IX>ZENGES T":' COUGH LOZENGES , 1\ ■ ,■• ■; / 94, Commercial Road, Peckhanii; 1 July.lff, 1808 51 Dear Sir,—l am *V 0 hand tftexpW' iiig my iQalings.on'. paper,}. b,ut. I should. ljk« tothank^you, for your lozenges- hare ,d©na wonders for me . in, relieving. my terriblo cough. Smce, ,1." Had tKe^iPße^ti^npit* 'Tracheotomy'(the sime as'.th'e^Jaie Jjjmf perorof Germany, 1 and t \MiU him;-;thank ; God lam still alive' and getting on well) ,per- • formed at St; Bartholomew's Hospital" foaduct, or paralyßis of the vocal chords, none douid possibly have'>hftd "a'mori^Tiolent ,/ cougty indeed it was. soibadofct time'that it / quite exhausted me. The mucusialsoj which / was very copious and hard, has been .softened/ and I havie,been able totget rid of h,witbo«l difficulty,—l am, air, yoursteuly,, ,{j. }r \ i / MrT. Keating.. _, „.\.t , \> „/'•-.!*• " '" '' &f KDICAL NOWU'*^}^'," '..',[ ' The above speaks for itseli. from strict inquiry it appears that'fcha'.lwiefi*^from using Keating's Cough' Lozenges is", aiderstated. The operation' wan '» specially severe one, ' and was performed ijjy'the : specialist, Dr H.T. Button, of Sk. BarthoWmew's' Hospital ! Sine* the operation only means ,of relief ,m ; fch«; UMtbtttut— Lozenges. , So;successful^ar* thcyrtfawt one "•- . affords immediate benefit, althpughfrom.th* _. v nature of the case the throat.irritation dt» in* tense;,; Mr Hill kindly allows,any refenaM to be made to him. ■ _ . -. .< un> f ,> j/EATING'S COUGH LO2ENG^ ( ; r : I/EATING'S 'COUGH' LOZE^GfBJ*^'; KEATING'S COUGH' LOZENOBR" • . KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGE* Sold E-T^t,TWHBRB,iK ( Tni9«{'- * Proprietdr—THOMAS KEATING, Londofc. • SDOOKSB rH3 8881 TBB ' • , . '-■!,,: ■''< ■"■'. >>*'■!*' 'yd' ' . , , H OJJtiO.^-Arf.'•/]!-A''o-J smA-> THIS UNIVERSAL topKnfes'.lß,'-: HOUSEHOLD aEQUISITK EVBEt VfHEBK. ' : ■■ ■ THB PILLS ; Purify the Blood, impart tons to th'e'Nervn«V system, and set most powerfully yet soothing^ ■m the ,'"■:" •' •". ' r" v --"<;(•■■■ ■'■■ ■« . LIVER AND BGWBLS," ' Promoting, Digestion, and,' Assimilatiofc,■'**■{" endowing. ikhe whole { 'bodily ,'X friineVf wft! Strength and vigor.,» Ncryotsi /Hemdacheil Tremblings, with Lassitude and £*o«t* Debility quickly, yield to the potent ..rorce re thert.wellikndwn Pillii,'»nd ; »h^y ire «n .ivaileo *n theii efficaev in ail „ i 3MALE COMPLAINTS, " Removing all obstructions,;' skfn' bleir.i»he»', pimnles and'bolLi, belter' 1 thiii any btivT ■?o»Uy mudicinff: known. ' (V|)l ': ' -1' TIJE OINTMFMt ■: ■ ■■■"" HAS A.WOR!LD«v»IDE: Ri:PUTATTO«;> It fatal* every; k i, , { of (Sore/ iUlcer-anii SVound, more certainly than'ahy other VnoWn. salve. Jts marvellous , penetrating power* render it invaluable iri all , „. „■. „,-. THROAT, AijrD CHEST, PISEASES,-", Curing Bronchitis, Quinteys, and' Astkomv reducing Glandular r Lu'mj^,^closing- anii" healing Abscesses »iit.' l]tiitiXYiu± "t.n4. t loi\ alleviating thi» excrnhiiitinp toHflife* of '■'." ' ■ • RHETiMATISM,:GOUT, /';: .^d' Neuralgia, »tv; unwwpaited. It neve. ■ai!s to remove and every'jp«iet of tki | „lir,£|ise. .. ' „- ■ :- l !-• yl . '< '' The Pills and ■ Omlmcnt *«>(toJannfactui"^ .-At. N0,,8, ,N«w Cx[ordv ! sireet.l\*tt>'.jj33 > ■ i Oxford -street, ,Lonfs on),,,^»nd are lold .by all. ive'nn.ori of .'Patent' Lines, , throuehuiit 1h f, iCi^jiMd .World,,; r .' , '„ ' ,„',,„.■,..,,.-. ..- .„ Directi^ins/or use in iliucst e?»ry Jan^naijf b - ' . 83" Puk-chiisfrs.shoiild Jook to the Lal.-t;^ ; uu ::>ot an<l Boxe^.'':lf tne kd^rtta *ni streak I ORIZA PERFUMERY, v' 207, Rue St., Honore, Paris, ' ;' T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS ±J >. , • , .w_; ,; •■ • _ ■' - • Savon-Oriz<a (Oriza Soap)r-From the for. I , mule of Dr O. Revell. The besfcfloap \ for rendering the skin white and soft: \ Sweetly and " refreshingly scented' \ ■'''• (rose, greon and white). ■ ' .'■ • Savon-Oriza-Velonte, exquisitely perv \ fumed for the toilet and baths. Savon-Oriza (Oriza SoapV-3So. 2, extra fine, in boxes, 6 cakes. 12 exqniait* perfumes, No. 1. - - ' ■ Oriza-Savon-Incorore, superior quality, : rose tea, white heliotrope and whit* [ violet." - ■-■ \^ ■'■'■•' "n- t Aqua-Oriza—^New toilet water/refreshinf > i - tothe skin. , ; ' . ' >■:",; priza-Hay—A toilet water ; wiA llth*"* ' < perfumeiof new mown hay.-■ ''/, '('' = Oriza-Acidttline—Toilet vinegar, sroniatit : and >'disinfectant,' specially !adapte4"f f-; for ladies? toilets. ( i ; »i Orizia-Scotch-Lavender —Sprigs of Scotell 1 < r | flo#ers; a rich toilet watextfq Eatt •de - Cologne - Oriza •— The liigh-lifil<l | toiietuwater. l • t Orißs*Water—Concentrated 1 and :lastibf. Extract >of BUperiot Eau-de-Cologne^ • Qouttes - Oriza -■ Dentifrice '-+ An ©xt»ei r! I i-'forpresepriha the teeth and gtuns fil v> r . ! I good%he»lfclr»nd preventing dee»y*!u '<' in paste or powder, ''Up/** ' i -whitening the teeth without affeetißg I 'th,e enamel. ","> ! ' • '"" '' '"!'■ ","'''. Ess - Orizii * e^ - Oriza-Lyi?—Perfttmeii htt^ scenting linen and the handketohiai' ' without stnining. , . ','■''. !l Oriza-Oil—Variously perfumed ; tot. m> '^ * ' derin'g the hair soft arid briiiian^'awi * '. preventing it from falling off. Oriza-Lacte (Oriza Milk)—An emnlsiya j ] lotion, refreshing tonic to. the skin, . removing red spot-s 1 arid pro venting wrinkles on the face. ' l \'..',''. Crome Oriza (of Ninon dc LericiosJ—^Fof ';", producing a beautiful white com-' 1 '• plexion with the clearness and telrety' ; ;, softness of youth. . Orizaline-Colorante (the best hair dye)^/ For insbmtaneously dyeing thi hair to any shade, and with no danger to, health. lii boxes, each with brueheay ( comb, prospectus, and bottle ;or im ' boxes, the bottle only withol'";. accessories. Ess-Oriza-Incolore VioleWe of c y, ... mosfi exquisite perfume, quite V. nosegay of violets. . v „",■!■■[•■',.. Ess-Oriza Suave whit^. heliotrope;.B«tt^ " quefc of the flower ' . . '/, .'.V GRATEFUL—CO3HFORTING. i,,[ ;; ] ; \\ : EPPS'f COCOA i£ KREAKFAST. .".. -. ..;>■[,.. BY. a.tboiough knowledge of the nutWU'.,., laws -*hich govern the operations d v ", .digestibn and nutrition,, and by a* ctrefii., application of the fine properties o^'irel selected' cocoa, Mr Epps has provided on breakfesl table* with a delicately fla^onrt 1' ; beyeri>ge which may swe en many . lifet* ■• V " doctoi's bills. It is by '.he judicious ose' ■•■"' much articles of diet that a constitution m b; built up unMl strong eDocgh to resist ( «re.,; - endency to disease*, Hundreds of |„iubl „ . aladies arc floating around us ready to attac ..,--. wherever there is a weak point. We ma .. escape many a fatal shaft by, keeping ourselve.' ...j well satisfied with good food and a pioperly „. ncur>inerod irame.—An article in the Cttt ; - Sttvict Gatr.ft . . . ■ ■ Made simply with boiling jratero?milfc,. • 'Sold in Hb pnckotn by Qroewa,labcUe4 thw-' >: ■■ '. JA^SS EPFB k CO.,' HOMCEPATIO CBJIiMIST, London. England. „

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2449, 24 June 1890, Incorrect date

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2449, 24 June 1890, Incorrect date

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