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TT-EAliJftvfS COUGH LOZENGES ; * KEATWS- COUGH LOZENGES T trEATING'S COUGH LOZfiNaES" t;REATING'S COUGH LOZENGES ; , , - < ;'<* „ ■•■•*,'? ■' ■ 9i, Comniercitiliß6aa; P«cfchsitn, , July 12,1890" ; ff Dear' Sir,—l am 4 poor hand 'At erpress- , ing my, feelings, on. paper, j ;b,ut I should; like to thank you,. for your : lqzenges t t idone wonders for me in relieving my .'wmblo cough. Since I had the operation 1 uke •TracMeotomy^(the same /asjrthe-,laWlEmf . peror of. Germany) and, ( (iuilikeiiiin,,'tbaldc God.l am still alive and getting on w^ll) performed at St.' Bartholomew's Hospital fo;a'dtict, or paralysis of the vocal chords/ nbn9 i could possibly have had a morel'vipleßt •cough," indeed it was bo bad. atftiinetaAt it quite exhausted me. -, The mucus also, which. was very copious and hard; has been soften*! 'and T have been able to get rid of it without difficulty,-Hl am, air, yours truly,' ■' \ >, f' I MrT. Keating. ' ''■ '■-..,,',.;j*', ,j\ "'■ > '" '"' '; 'ifoDtfdAb'Nqrfrt. "' •''" -"'-' The above speaks for itself. > From'Btrict inquiry, it appears that the benefit from using. Keating s Cough Lozenges. ia onders'tated. ",' The operation was. a •pecially severe one,; and" was 'performed*'oy 'the specialistv i)r H. T. Butlin, of * St. Bartholomew's Hospital - Since the operation tt* only means of relief is;the. ujk of,.^heM Lozengt'b. .So Huccciwful are iJicy that on* affords iinmndiiito l>oncfit, althoiigh from kha nitore vf rlu; cane t)xt throat irritation v intense. Mr Hill kindly allowi any reforonoa to be made to him. ,--? ;■,.;,, ,>,,,; „;.>(•-'«) /EATING'S COUGH K EATING'S COUGH' LOZENGE^ /EATING'S, COUGH LOZBNGESv K EATING'S OOUGHLOZE^GJEIS: f . ,i - ■ - '<- .*: ,^i« U,-n.u>\\ „»•..-! ',';>■!■■ . Sold E^ebwhbrb im Tins* '* ■■-.':■'' Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London* "'' BtfttoiSiT]i-HB f-JsßiT'' TEB .'{'{!, Z . . a; > HOT/li^WAT'B. PILLS a OIHTMBIFfi i HODSEHOIiDnBQUIfeIWS'KtfiiJr W3EBB. .*. ■■'•>.; :-; : .-)v-<« M THE PILLS , P ( urify ths;Bloodi i impart tone to th« : Ner*jo« . system, tad ict most powerfully yet loothingi) LIVER AND BC)WEi:iS' ;;it !' ;i Prpmotfßg.DigMtJon and Assimilation, tnl endowing (the;-whole r;bt>aay l/ritntfl'wltt TremblinKS, with L'aMiludft and .Genei» f '■•.•■■.■l'i'f r:uir?V> v >!"! "o 1 the'potent'7oree 6 ■i'fe weii-Lrowr I'il'k,* and 1' •*&} l ittv)^' riv<iJeQ;'n theiieffictcvm ail . ." ;i IT ■ -,-.;, ; j-*3male :c,o^r^LAI^JTS J . ( ■ : -i, ( „ Reporing nil obctnictioiit, >k/n bkmitbt* oiroples 1 and boils, better thab iny'ctt*' Utnily'iaedicineltcnwß. ': 1( "•■• <Tt '"]'' : ~!1' - .. THE OIhTMEMTIy.' U-.- r*-.'>, : HAS A UfORLp., ir.E. REPUTATIOW. v'Mw^.e^WF.*'. oiP? jSorej^.UlcerrMi" Wounil, more certainly than wiy other know* s =!*lvte; ■ Its; Vriarvelldus' p'eneirating" 'pcStti render H invaluable in all •• •' 'ft' '■' '.^;s»H THROAT A^D CHEST: 'DISEASES!'-'* Curing Bronchiti.% QBinscyei; »3 .AatlMMp reducing Glandulftr iai healing Abscesset' in? ' FTsttil?*: utd lot UleViatiDfr tK-. excruciafln^' tcrtttr'ei of 1 jf>RIfETT.MATISM, GOUT, Ani Nearalgu »t i« unspjßpaEsed,, Itat*« r 'alls to reciovc Sc:.r' 'eycry cpectei of ski dise»je, , '" ;■ '•' ' ■ , ' -; T^dT.lU ma -'-OMitx are mwiuhottre ? at Wo. 8, Njw 'CfcrlcM'sirect(lute X&r Oxford street, LondonJ^'ahd'are ;Mld h'f iflj -/endrrs of Fatent Lihes • fhrooehont th Cin',ized World. . „:.- . .:!■=-';/, Dirrctions /oruae in^Jm'osi-e»kry Un^o*ge „ ~M~ , Purchaser*, -sbctld lonfe to the F,»b« oi }'i< nnt^ T5 fW ,s. if uje a'rV MSf aß^ j> r . (J ft tjrt» ••»• ST^ «n»i>;!'>w*^ ( ,„_ | / ■ ;| l OKIZ4 ; MFOiSi^ .t 207, Buei'St. Hohote,'Parii?,! ;' T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PIiODtTOTS ±j ■ ■ ■"--• ; -■'.'■;\; 1; f ": Sayon-Oriza (Oriza Soap^-From fcheforj' \'" mule of'Df O. Rev'eU 1. The best soap for rendering the skin white and eofiv,. Sweetly, and' • refreshingly scented . (rose, greeiv and white). , ,!>.'" Savon-Oriza-Velonte, exquisitely !per» fumed for the toilet ana baths. Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)--No^ 2, extra fine, in boxes, 6 cakes. 12 exquisit* perfumes, No. l r ',"'" ;', „ , Oriia^Savon-Licorore, superior quality, , rose, tea, white heliotrope and whit* ' Violet. v "-;• ; „,; :;•;>, -'^ Aqua-Oriiai—r-New toilet water, refreshing '; .', 'to the'skin. ', % '.'!'•,./•;''.'*''' "' ; Oriza-Hay—A toilet water '\ witH,,'; til* ' perfume of new mown hay. ' r '^'.' t -"" .Oriza-AcidulineTf-Toilet vinegar, aromatit and 1 disinfectant, specially adapted ■. for ladies'toilets'. s,- „ ..; i,.,-. ;Oriza-Scot(sh-Lavender--Sprigß of Scotck' i lavender flowers ; a rich toilet witera • \&SIW: Cologne:- ori2a>-. The [ Wf&H/e | .toile* water.- ' '... , ' •,■-.'. t) '.-, ■„ r I Oriza-Water—^Ooncehtrated, and. '£jufsngS :;. Extract, of superior E^u^de-:Ooi6gnev < Gouttes - Oriza - Dentifrice rr An'; exferaci^ i , for preserving t^;tefe|h..and;mMM; ; ii|x I '"j good Health- and preyentmgdecay. Oriza-Dentaire,. ,iri paste or'po;frd<ur, t fw^ whitening the teeth without affecting ' the enamel. , Ess 7.oriza,-. et ; Oriza-LyiH-Perfumes lIP^" ; scenting linen and ; the handkerchief ; without stainingf „:,-,:;,,■-!;,.{ % . s .r jOriza-Oil —Variously perfume^ '„ for« tendering the hair soft, and brilliant, and} 1 preventing it from falling off.■,;,, Oriza-Lacte (Oriza. Milk)-rAn ■ emulsir#: lotion, refreshing tonic to, the skin, removing red; spots; and preventing - wrinkles on the face. , ■.., ( ■■,,< Creme Oriza (of Ninon de Lencios)7^Poe'. ) producing a beautiful white iOom- . plexion with the clearness and yilrety!} softness of youth. ,'•. •■•/?." ; . lt '■;,. OrizaUne.-Colorante (the ;best hair dye)—; f For instantaneously .dyeing the i hair to any shade, and with no danger^ tor health. In boxes, each with brushes comb, prospectus, and - bottle ;. or it>r boxes, the bottle > ■ only»., withoa ; accessories.,. „ „-..'. '-. ■.'■••:) ';»/• Ess-Oriza-Incolore Viplette of. c. y, ! „inpst, exquisite perfume, quit* as I nosegay of violets. eU i ij; t■. , 7 ; ft Ess-Oriza white..,heliotroperf<BonJ , quet of the flower .fr -^ h- t ; GBATEFUL—COMFORTING;----j , breakfast:., „,,. ; l_- r ■; BY a tboiough 1 Jtnowlcdpe of tb"e nntuaa laws which govern: the operatipngiJo digestion and nutrition,, and.by,, a, .careCuf* ■application of the fine,, properties 1; of 'selected cccoa, Mr" Ep'gs h'os.'prqWd^pu,!".■' : breakfast table? ;with :a delicktely''flayoure'j; s beverpge which may 'savte'vr'a many heav '. | doctors bills.' It isl Vy the' judfcictis u'rei 1. 1, 'much articles of diet thpta' ccrstititioh 1 m. '■b-built up until stror-g eronc'h to reiitt-eve' , endency to diyeasc iluridiecs of «Bb al:)dies are fioatinp r>rr-und usief.dy to nttafr 11 , whersver there \s n v.tak point. We »■■ ■escnpv many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselve? > well satisfied with good food and a, moper!y;,, ncunsncVod Iramr.—An article in tne., Cft».. Sttviee Gattitt Madesiinply with twlUn|. water o^ mlik '-\ Sole' in j-tb pucksts by Grooon,UbeU*l Oia»— J/ISS F.B KFPB.& CO., "; HOMtEPATJO OHRMTST, LONDOW. KNOtAND.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2454, 30 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2454, 30 June 1890

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