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Pabijb yptibeß..,; ; : tTEATJAG'S COUGH LOZENGES T i\ ■( ■ ■ :|"\ '■"■' ' ■■; K EATING'S 1 COUGH LOZENGES ' 1 ■ ■ ■ ■■ - T7EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES I\ ..-•>■ ■ ■ : ■■' '■■" K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES... • '. . :- !• - . 94, Commercial Road.Peckham, .- , , , r „ ■ .. July.l 2, ISW "Dear,Sir,-^I am-a.ppor.haid atexprew* ing my feelings on. paper,' but.l should like to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders for' me in relieving my terriblo cough;' Since I had the operation ;«• : 'Tracheotomy' (the same as.the I'late Bmf perorof Germany; and-unlike him; i thank God I am still alive arid getting on weU) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital foaduct, or paralysis of the vocal chords,: nont could'possibly have bad a more violent cough;, indeed it was ■ bo. bad ■at time that it quite exhausted me. The mucus also, which / was very copious and hard, has been softened ■ and I have been able yo get'rid of it'without difficulty,—l am, sir, youra trujy, " , MtT. Keating. . " "'! /"^ "\y.' ' Mbmcal Note.-' /' - ' The above speaks for itself. - Fjfora strict. inquiry' it 'appears that' the benefit- 'from using Heating's Congfr Lo&nges <i» under* stated.; The operation was a specially ,severet one, ,aria -was'i performedi By -the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St: Bartholo. mew'B ; Hospital. Since,, the operation the only, means of relief is the, use.,of these Lozenges. l So] successful rare their that one affords immediate benefit, although from, the nature of the case the throat rotation is' intense. Mr Hill kindly allows any riferenoe lobe made 1 to him; ■ ■ ■ ■". I''".'" f ' :r '4 K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGJ*. l HEATING'S COUGH LOZENGBrV; If EATING'S COUGH LOZKKGE& |#4ating's cough LoziiirGßi Sold E-BRTWHinip, is Tan L,/.',, r Proprietor—THOMAS .KEATING, London. '' BUOUBJ93. THIS' 'BB'ST'."!™*' ''-V" ■ woetb . ; „;/ ■.[> hollOWay'b ': .; PILLS ■■« jHfip. THIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOINH IS HOUSEHOLD nBQUISITB ITOBI WHERE. . '. . ■ - '■'■•' THE PILLS ' - Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Memotu system, and act most powrfnlly y>t ioutlua^y on the . . .■< ■..:,;, LIVER.AND BOWELS, .'.■,' Promoting Digestion aadjAstimUatiosv »■! endowing the whole r bbdd»" fraste' irith Stren'irth and 'vi^or.'- Nervcu* Hd^siiS Treihbiings, with- Laiiltnde 1 limi'rXjiaia Debility qricklT field to the potf«t fon* o thew; Well-known 'Pills, skid 'they' sre!«B> nvalleo "n theit efficacy in oil ' ■■' " iSMALEi COMPLAINTS, '•■ Removing alliobttroctionij skfablesdrtu ■.-imple* and boil% ■; better than ■ any: iothe 'airily mr'Heine,^uiown. -■ <■ -. ,; .i., f .-'. THE OMfMENti 1--.,..-,,/.- ' HAS A WQRLD. - .IDE REPUTAIiON. It Leah 'every k ' o( Sore, Ulcer, ud Woiiad, more'certainly than,iny.other knows salve.' 'Its ' marvelldui penetrating po^ffi* - ten'ler it invaluable in all' r> '' ' - -1-' THROAT AND CHESTDISftASBS; Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, 1 ■ ■ and AtthsatL reducing Glandular • Lninp^ 'clOkinj' ima healin? Absceiies anc; 1 FiiUilat| ' amd : lor , slleriatinc tln> excruciating tortures o! ' ■•'• '<• RIIE"MATISM ( MGOUTJ-.;c...r. Kni , Neuralgw it it unsvepuied..: It BtW io rereoTc scur' tni erery ■i;r'e":a ■ ■■ • ; .■/..",■,>(.'!'■' "Hie .Pills ?tvl Oipfr-.rr.r.-are-raanulsctttrj ■.! Ko. S, Now .fW Jlr>:.f jSLrret (Jatip'V.s33 ' Oxford^atteM, Lond/'r.)', 1 arid are ?o3d :by «U " venriors of Patent 'I-in«s"fKfbngbo'nt tlk . ' 'CMJiz^d'Woilfl. ■■. -; ' ■ ' ■ -1. 1 .■''■!'!■■ 1 "Dbections for use inn'tnnf:st tyifj'iknf'tiiif ■ •■?**■* Pu 1 rh-jsers should >nok'to'the LsKe ' yo/?at aori T?ov-rs; )f me ariJr«Vs 'bb^ rtfee ■■;■:■..DftlZi P^RFUMERtv I -",,'. 207, .Rue S}t..Honore,. Paris, ... -T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PROPUCIJS . .'SaVdn-Qriza (Oriza Soap)— From the forf ,} mulepf DrO. .Reyell. ; The best soap ;, r fo^xendering the Bkin white and w:ft. . {",-, Sweetly and.,, refreshingly scented (rose, greon and white)., .; , „'•' Savon-Oriza-Velonte,". exquisitely . : per* ' . fumed for the toilet and oaths. ■ .;., Savon-Oriza .(Oriza SoapY-No,. .2, i.eztM fine, in boxes, 6 cakes. 12 eixqnjait* ..perfumes^ N0.,1. ;, ,„. .. „ • . ..., Oriza-Sayon-Incorore, enperior quality, . rose tea, white heliotrope anil: whit* violot. ■ „. ■ > ;. Aqua : oriza—New toilet water/refreshing to the skin. •■ „ ■ .. , ■ Oriza-Hay—A * toilet water .with,; ,th» perfume of new mown hay.' \, . .Oriza-Acidnlinc—Toilet vinegar, aromatfe and, disinfectant,; specially adapted for ladies' toilets. , : „ : . Oriza-Scoteh-lAvender-r^Sprigs of Sootck lavender powers; a rich toilet watafe Eau - do • Cologne - Oriza — The ; high : li» toilet water. Oriza-Water—Cohcehtrated' and lasting. . Extract >of < Buperior Eau-de^Odk>gnt% Gouttes - Oriza - Dentifrioe ~An extract , : - for proserVingthe teeth and ranis 1 ift , . good health and preventing deoaj.;;: Orizn-Dentairo, in paste or powder, fit . whitening the teeth without affecting ■the enamel;' ■ ' ; ' Ess - Oriza - et' - Orira-Lys—Perfumes ■ for. scenting linen'and the handkerchief without'staining; •• ■ • " Oriza-Oil—^Variously perfumed'; for »fe dering the hair soft and brilliant awi preventing it from falling off. ' '•' Oriza-Lacte (Oriza Milk>—An emulsire lotion, refreshinig-tonic ,tb"_thesldni removing red •'spots' and'preyentinf wrinkles on the face. ''■ \ ' ''"'"'■ Cremo Oriza' (of: Ninon de Lencios)-r»<* 1 producing a beautiful white donv ' plexion with the clearness and Velvety softness'of youth. ' ' ? . ' ; Orizfiline-Colorante (the beat hair dye>^« i For instantaneously dyeing the hair ; to any shade, and with no danger 1 M hcilth. In boxesi each with brushieay : ' comb, 1 prospectus, and bottle ,* ck Is boxes, the l! bottle:' enly wi*h»^' i accessbries; '" '''■'', '. :t' r 'i y iEss-Oriza-Incolore'.Violette'pf^ c .' IT, '; I ■ most, exqiiisite. porfume I,' quibe^ * ' nosegay of violete.' ■ ■ '■J •'■ •■l^' l'' -Ess-Oriza Suave whitb heliotrppji 'BW- • quet of the flower' . •" ' '': _._','"' GRATEFULr-COMFORTINGrt, ( BREAKFAST. ■ * BY a tboio'ugh knowledge of the nntttJa " .laws wluch.'govern the,operations • o ''digestion and nutrition,: and,-by a carefu application of the fine properties of wel selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided-ou b'reakfa3t tables with a delicately" flsjwire •beverage which may save Cs"many . heay doctoi's bills. It is by the judicious use.. much articles of diet that a constitution m; b"> built up until strong enoufj h to resift JeVe endency to disease* Hundreds'ol tub ■ aladies are floating around us ready to tttac wherever there is a weak point.. Wi i»' , : escape many a fatal shaft by keeping miner** well satisfied with gcod food and a pioperly,: ncurisnerod Jrame.—An article in.tae.'Cri' Sttvitt GauiU , , „,;(, „; „ r:: -... ; ;i Made simply with boiling watero' * milk' !Sold in i-lb pucksta by Gtooan,Ub3lle4 th»»r»i ■ i JA>i ES KP.PS & 0O, t ! " : i 1 HOMCEPATIO OBfcMIST, 1 LONHON. SNQTiAND'. ' :

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2450, 25 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2450, 25 June 1890

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