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EATjaGS COUGH LOZENteftT V, ;V 1':. ■■"-" '■. -?■.:. K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES v., ■: " TTEATING'S COUGH LOZENGBS : IZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES V J\ . . ..'• --„^-v •■ •,"; '■'■ 94. CommercialJßoadi iPeokhwrxj/j Juk 12, 1880 "Dear Sir,—l am j»i^ir hand afrexpraM- .": ing.my feelings' on ',p>per;.>u);Xwe«jdLli]M * to thank you, for your lozenges hive wonders for me ! in' relievuig ( insr' J&riblo ° cough.' Since I had the o^eratit«' re ■; ' Tracheotomy' (the name- an -the! 1 late'JEmf. / peror of Germany, and nhlike 1 him;J tfiaak / 3od I am Mill alive and gettingonw«ll)per\ .<■ formed at St.' Bartholomew's {Hospital to* aduct, or paralysis of the vocal dwnb; none ooiild possibly, haves,had,a more violent cough/indeed it wa«.»o, bad *t;time thai i» quite exfiauated me. ,^The mucus abo, Which ■ was very copious and hard^'Kas been sqSUaed • and I have been able, to get rid of itCwiihou* difficulty,—lam, 'sir, yonra truly,, '.. ■ '■' J; Ttti.f,, *". ■ ■ t MrT; Keating.' ' ■■'• •'•'■.*...■■:. i 1 MSDIOAIi Nbifc! ':'•■'■=■';,_' The above speaks for ita&fV'Frcm'tirict inquiry it appears tEa'£'the bentifft 'from using Keating^ Cough is ander* stated. The operafrJii .war >a'!*peoially Bevere one,, ana .was performed byitthe ■' specialist, Dr H. T. Bntlm, of St. Bartfcolo- . mew's Hospital. , Since the opentktvthe . only means of. relief,'k, the >nie f of ,^|mn . Lozenges. So successful are they that; jobe ' affords inrniediate! benefit, Iddioujjhfraß*-*** "■; nature of the case' the 'throat irritation!, ii ia« ■ tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any refereßM to be made to him. ' " ' ■' "•' , HEATING'S COUGH LOZENGBS. _■ HEATING'S COUGH LOZENGW. ■ ■ ■ ■ .' :. .■'■■•■.■■*:' I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. KE ATING 'S CO UGH.LOZENGBa , , :■.- ;;i . Sold E^EBTWsamit in, Tins. :,.,., Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING^ London. SUOOBBB THE . BEST . TBS '■ '' , , woexb".. ,"■ ...-; ■ . HOLLO WAT'S , ""■'' raiHIS UNIVEBBAL MEDIdKi la ; jJ- HODSBHOLIJ'jDiiQODinwiViaI WHXBB. • ■ ■■ ■ " -■: ■ '■■: -.! ■■■'■■ ' . THI PILLB ■. :.-••■ Purify : the Blood, impart toac M>tt*lMrWw ' .lyttem, and act most pow*r folly jet ktttlsaft on the , ..,>.... ,- , t LIVER AND.BOWILS, , ;;< . Ppmotrng , pigesUea sod Awklktirsv, §* I endowing thif, whole \totf^§B£r.!iSt Stiength and toot, ' HetfOw Headaches Tretoblings, with Lassitude' and Genew' Debility auickly yield to the potent' (pice p ; thew well-known Pillij anid, they W 'm* ; ritalleo ''n theit efficattrin all' ■' '"■■■' " ?■ i EMALE COMPLAIKTS; V ' , Removing ill obitrections, sfifttbreHisn'* pimples and .boils, ■ better.:than .iiny' othe 'x'mily medicine known.' ■ ■■ • THE OINTMENT . ;..,;..- , HAS A WORLD..., IDE REPUTATION. It heal* every k of. Son, r Ulcer jad Woind, more certainly than any other nlye. Its manreUoui' penetating poven render it invaluable itt all ' THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. : Curing Bronchitis, Qniaseys, and Asddaeu reducing Glandular Losops, ckninfinM healing Abicesset am' Fistulas, asd fet alleviating th> excruciating twlaVes of ' '■'■ RHETTMATISM^ GOUT, And NeuraJgu it,U . nnjaspassed.'.ltttfl«« fails to remove ScuW and, every species of ski; ■itseasc. ' .'. , ' ■ . „:'; The Pills and Cintntecr are manuiactmn it No. 8, New Oxford street '(late (n Oxford street, London), and are sold by «U vendors of Patent Lines'thrbughont th Civilised World, ' '' ■ "' ' :;■ Directions (or nse in almost every laagmaiM ' ; "S»r Furrfaiers showld Jook'to the Lab* 1 o-. Pot and Bozei. If me ad^r«*anS Btr' ' Irn nr>t r* th»v «rp «p«irirn» ■ . ..' •. ■; ' 0R1Z& PEREOMEiW; ■:■ ■i > - ■ * ■ ■ ■ 207, Rue St., Honore, Paris, ,!,".', X E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS J-J . ' , "' ■ . "... v-'. Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)-r-From the foi> mule of Dr O. ReveU. . The best soap for rendering the skin white.and soft;, and... refreshingly scented (rosCj greyn and white)... >„ ;..",> ■ ■ Savon-Oriza-Velonte, . exquisitely-; ; per« ■ fumed for the toilet and baths. '. - .: Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)— No. • 2, ; extra fine, in boxes, 6 cakes. 12 exquilit* perfumes, No. 1. '„;-. ..■:,.•■>;;. Oriza-Savon-Incorore, BBperior , qualitf tir rose tea, whit^ heliotrope and whiteviolet. , ■,'■■" . : i'■-■ ■■ Aqua-Oriza—New toilet water, refreshing to the skin. ; ./. . . .• j■ ' Oriza-Hay—A' toilet water witk. tht perfume of new mown hay.. - „, Oriza-Aciduline—Toilet vinegar,' aromatM. : . and, disinfectant, specially adapted ■' for ladies' toilets. ■. » priza-Scoteh-Lavender^Sprigß of flootofc ■ . lavender .flowers ; a nch toilet watecwl Eaur iio-, Cologne:. Oriza — The high-iJiit'; • i ( toilet.,water.'. ■■■ •.<,"■ <:■!;.>MT''!, Oriza-Water—Concentrated, and lMtugii ■ ! Extract .of superior Eau-de-Cologne. • Gouttes- Oriza-.Dentifrice —An 'extrac*', ! .for presenying the teeth and gumi.lt ! 'goodr health and preventing decay. Qriza-Dentaire, in paste or powder, fer • I -whiteniiig the teeth withoufcaffebtiag . i the enamel. ".;,"■ .;. Ess - Oriza -et - Oriza-Lys-^Perfumeai for ' scenting linen and the handkerchief"' without staining. •■ >; ■ : • •' :: Oriza-Oil—^Variously perfumed; for' reflJ. v' ; dering the 'liair son and brilliant,' aai "^ ; preventing it from falling off. <' Oriza-Lacte (Oriza Milk)—An-emulsive ; lotion, refreshing tonic' to the 1 skin, , . removing red spots and preventing ' wrinkles on the face. ■ ■ : ■ "■•'• Creme Oriza (of Ninon de Lencios^Por ' ■' producing a beautiful white com* l plexion with the clearness' and velvety, - softness of youth. • -: : ■"■' '■]. '.• Orizaline-Colprante (the best hair dye)^- . ; For instantaneously dyeing the hair - to any shade, and with no danger to . health. In boxes, each with brushes ■;" . comb, prospectus, 1 and bottle; or 1m -. j boxes, the bottle enly withott '• ' accessories. - Ees-Oriza-Incolore Violette of . c < y, ' ' most exquisito perfume, "quite ' *",' nosegay of violets. " ' t ■ ■•; Ess-Oriza Suave white heliotrope' Boa ' quet of the flower ' ' ': " " GRATEFUL—COMFORmG, , ,'. ; EPPS'S COCOA v • BREAKFAST. BY a thoiough knowledge of the nntnak ' .. laws which govern the operations - o ' djgestion and nutrition^ and by a : carefu - application rof the fine properties of'wel selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oa < ■ 'breakfast table; with, a delicately flavour* < beverage which may save r^.many heav ; doctors bills. It is by the judicious, use. j, ■», nAich articles ol diet that a constitutioa m , . . b*. built up until strong enough to resist ... erjdency to disease* Hundreds ;of Viub!, 1; " aladies are floating aroubd us ready to' attac '.' wherever there is »■ weak point. We ma escape many a fatal shaft by keeping bonelve well satisfied with good food and a pioperly • ncurisnerod trarhe.—An ■ article i» the C* ' ; Soviet Gaxc.U . ■ -■■ '•■ A k^adeslmplywlth boilinf waUro^ailk S^dinHbpaea^byetooMt^eUtdthat^, ; JAJgES BPPB & CO., :• HOMGEPATIO OHAMIBT, i LONDON. ENGLAND

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2451, 26 June 1890

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