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KEAT)*a'B-COyGH LOZINGES TZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES JA TZEATING'S COtfGH' LOZINGES rv - -I-- .. •- TZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES rv ■••/ — ' > 94, Commercial Rood;'Peckhain.': ./ —- Juh/12,18M "Dear Sir,—l/am*^ptfpr hwrf. at expreu* inginy feelings on. _paper, but I should like to thank you,, for ypuiv.lozengai h»ve done * wonders' for nic in relieving my terriblo - cough. Since" I had the operation re '' Tracheotomy'- (the same as ' th* • late Emf peror of Germany,l and unlike him; thank God I am still alive and getting ak weU)rperformedat St.; Bartholomew's Hpspitalfoaduct,,or paralysiß',of.the ivocal, chords, none could possibly;,have. had,.a;more violent . cough, indeed it was, so bad at tkue ithat it cjuite exhausted inc.,' .Thfimucus^jsp, which^J Was' very copious and hard, lias beei^ and I Have been able'to get fid of; it with^H difficulty, - 1 .mi, i»ir, your? truly, ' J^^M ■MrT. Keatirig.';':!?"'"Tt"'' '"' '^^^^k

Medical Note. \^^^^^^| The above speaker' fott 'itself; '^^^^^^H inquiry it appears that the b^^^^^^H usingi Keatißg^B-Cough Lozenge^^^^^^H stated. The operatioa ( jwate; <4^^^^^H severe one, ana. was rperforme^^^^^^H specialist, Dr H. T. Buthn,, of 'St^^^^^B mew's,Hospital^,, Since the operaS^^^H only means of relief ib the u>p, oi^^^^| Lozenges. So successful are; they tb*t^^H affords immediate benefit, although^froni^^H nature of the case the 1 throat irritation ik tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any referenoS ito be made to him. I'^^ ■"-'-'■' ■>' "( r ~ K EATING'S K EATING'S COUGH-LOZENGES, ... ■J, , 'l - >!>UTS!T{' J!'i>Jul iL^ ' -/* ,j/EATING'S COUGH {LPZENGE^n T K EATING'S q^U.dH'LOZEN^S.'; Proprietor—THOMA^i^TlNGtiLopdoiL rgiEia UNIVBBBAL MEDIOIHI ■tf - > ; HODfiKHOU> aTSOUISITt Etlßl WHEBB.,i,r-.-rf; f s j.!ij,v.v-i£ v,-bC-oarJs39<i, ''. . Purity the Blood,, input tone to tile Nctvom^ ifttem, and, act uott, poweifnlly yctaootfifa^lr ; f qti;the' , '".*'-" '' ■• .'",.,>,, r ,.^ "i' 1 |. , ' LIVER AND, 80WEL5..,,,. Promoting' Digeition' and' Aiiiinibtioa,' ab I 'Rjjdomh^ the 'whole '-"laajflljl' frrae .'Hit ■ Slren^h and riijet.'; 'Ner»ouii r ' IHe»i«ck IBi.1 Bi. Tremblings,- with ' Lwiturfe 'and tftoamV Debilityiqßickiy yield < 0 tbe"pot«nt 'fofoTo'' the« well-Vnowa .Pilli, and * they nt ''la*: nvaileo ;n thdt effic*crtn »H' ' ■ - :rn''-^ „v i SMALE.:CO^rPLAIfct7S,' '' "" T> > RemoTing , all obstructions; • ikln ■ hkafilm j>imple* and boy.ij if ;better 4oanj t «By.<.«|fcg^'J family medicin?,known. „,.,»v « v ' ' /It beak*every k of, Sore, ,Utcerv|»i ' Wound, morir certainjy than any o^ier knowa' ialve.' • Its 'roAfvellottS 1 -.pchctrathSg powti*f' '• render ir invaluable ia aJl!^ ' r: -'' *^*^'~ .: J, T«ROATANDiCHEgTI)ISEASfe; ; Curing Bronchit«*;Quinie7V and "'Aiflaia^'i reducing .Glandular : liump»i clt»stc^RV> healing,.Abscesst> tn: >) fFii^ulat, >'iMi--im^'■ vUeyutina tVexcrucialine tbrtare» oJ wil ,' ■.',., R ; nETi..MA.7:I^,!,GOU?r ¥ ftrU; • " And, Ner.r?]ff>-, \i is ,n nsui^assecl, ?j ft M«t '•? 'ails to'remove Sc«r",and ever? specie^ dfiki ''- •Übsjic, '(" ■ ' ',V' ';',! "j Vl:*-.;>„ *:<:

'' Tilt Fills and Ointment ,are manuttctttrc ■"'l W6'."B, !Ke*v'.Oxlot4 sitccYilMle., i i 33 A Oxford street, Lo-:(!o'.;). an.cKsu-e iold 'by nl!. I fenders of-Tatertt L.mci' 1 rVr v'chim\ th I ■CinliwiJ.WorM.*'.^ ■ ; _■■'' l': '':. r' ! Directions for nse'in .MmosVtvvrr languid ,W Purchasers sh<M!d look-to-the' I'Lite' ' Oi pot ar><* f: o*cs. It' ire acl«-'ri:s suit! 1 *>f' 207, Rue. St. Honorej -Paris; ,;.- "''<'- T E GEAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS jSayon-Oriza (Oriza Soap^Froiu, .th© for. ', -mule of Dr O. Keveu. The best s<*p: . for rendering i}ie skin white and soft. ; Sweetly \ arid^ refreshingly, ißcented ' (rose) green and white)..,; „: . < ,^r ." Savon-t)fiza : yelonte,. , exquisijfcijy.', per* ; . fumed for the.toilet andbauis.•;!,'. \ Savon-Oriaa (Orissa SoapV- -JSpL 2, extra fine,, in boxes, 6 cakes. 12 exquisite perfumes, No. 1. \ ; ,:,.,,,. , ; .,., ; { - = Oriza-Sayon-IjacQrore, superior quality, . rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet.., ,< , i ',■■.•'.- ] f :'<.;^\''. I: Aqua-Oriza—^New toilet,water, refreshing ,■" to the skin. , ; , ; „ „_.h - t , , t( \ ,v,\ t , '/, Driza-Hay—A', toilet water 'with- v the/ >'C perfume of new mown hay..,-'; i. t>;> ; lV Oriza-Aciduline—Toilet ( vinegar, aromatic '. and disinfectant), specially adapted „ forladies'toilets. , . ■ ,/■ ; • ; ,■',< '-^h Oriza-Scotch-Lavenderr—Sprigs of Scotch . ■:, lavender .flowers; a rich toilet water. Eau-de- Cologne.-Oriza —rThe' , high^lile :, .- toilet water. „'. ;; .»[ ,/{-'ffl '-,-5' Oriza,-Water—Concentrated and lasting* ' '\ i -. Extract of superior, Ean-derCologne. Gouttes - Oriza -.Dentifrice,—An extract , for preserving. thete«th and gums ia ,_,": gqpd health ;and preventing decay, r '; Qriza-Deritaire, t in paste or powdetf; for ' . ■ whitening the teeth..without afTebtiiig ■ the enamel, -j '-_> |v ■' ( '•'■ v-\\^i\ ',■ Ess r OrizaiT et - Oriza-Lys—Perfumek'for scenting linen and the httndkercnief without staining. - . i .■-.--.• Oriza-Oil-^-Varidusly perfumed;; for rendering the hair soft and brilliant^'and preventing it from falling ■ off. Oriza-Lacte (Oriza Milk)—An emulsive lotion, refreshing tonic to.theskini - removing red ; spots and preventing wrinkles on the face.,;. : .', ■i>s;;.;u\ Creme Oriza (of Ninon de Lencjoa)r-Fo* producing a beautiful, white,<cdm> plexion with the clearness and -t«WBy«-r^ softness of youth.«--.-.- ' Orizaline-Colorante >j(the besthair dye)— ' For instantaneously dyeing the hair to any shade, and with npd^ui^ to health. In boxes, each with brushes, comb, prospectus, and bottle; or ia / ■boxes, the '.tattle only, wither* V accessories. '.''-. •'\'"J^i r ,rj 1 Ess-Oriza-Incolore Viblette of ■£fc.'.f£v' '' most' exquisite perfume,V <^uite ;,,(| ■ nosegay of violets. . ' [> <f .'.. ,,'{>\y''- rf Ess-Oriza Suave white heliotrope ,Bou ; *" ' qtiet of the flower)" "'\'.'\, '..".';'.^, v' '„^7 ,- GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. '! v

EPPS'S GOGOAV , IiREAKFAST, BY a tbo:ough inowlcdpe of the nntnaa . laws which 1, govern the operations f( p I digertion and nulriiioh, 'and'by "a'^carcfa--application of the fine' pro'iiertij-s ''ci ' yd selected cocoa, Mr ! Epp's his provided on breakfast table? with a delicately'/flkvoure bevei»ge which may , save* vi'•■m*ttfl ii'hed%' doctqiVbillF. It >sly 'he- jvdicicts^tte'r. miich articles c-t dfci thai a (crstituticn'^Nl be built up until strorg fßorgh to ifelistjevefV endency to di^eait;, Ilunri'eds of ?üb'^ a!?dies aie ficalirg nui;r.d ustendy to title wherever there is a weak point. .We put* escape many a fatal shaft hy keeping oorzelvc. well satisfied with good 'food arid a pioperlj ncunrnerod frame.—An article'in the Cm. Sttvite Gamtit ' . •■•.■•■■■■• '-. "■"/'" tfftdesimply with boiling watero^niflK : Sol-J in J-lbr^^cUby Groctn.labcntd'thi-' [ ' JAS K8 EPPB & C 0.,. 11 '•. ■ ! HOMCEPATIOOHfcMIST. ) LONDON. ENQLAND. * t

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2453, 28 June 1890

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