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TZEAT)2sG'S COXJGhToZENGBS TZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES T7EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES TZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES 94, Commercial Eoad, Peckham, July 12, 1890 " Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at express* ing my feelings on paper, but I should like to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders for me in relieving my terriblo cough. Since I had the operation re « Tracheotomy' (the same as the late Emf peror of Germany, and unlike him; thank God I.am still alive and getting on well) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital foaduct, or paralysis of the vocal chords, none could possibly have had a more violent cough, indeed it was so 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 to get rid of it without difficulty,—l am, sir, youw. truly, J. HILL. MrT. Keating. Medical Note. The above speaks for itself. From strict inquiry it appears that the benefit from using Keating's Cough Lozenges is understated. The operation was a specially , severe one, and was performed by the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Since the operation the only means of relief is the use of these Lozenges. 30 successful are they that one affords immedi te benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritation is intense. Mr Hill kindly allows any reference to be made to him. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGtfS |/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. L/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Sold E"ebywheee in Tins. Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING London. 6UOGEBS THE BEST TRS WOBTB HOLLOWAY'B PILLS I JDINTMENT. mHIS UNIVEBBAL MEDIOINB IS M. HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EVKUY WHEBE. THE PILLS Purify th.« Blood, itcpart tone to,the Ner»oa» system, and act most powerfully yet soothing) an tbs . LTVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assisn nation, »nl '.ndowing the whole bodily frame ''witr Strength anr] wig. r. Nervous Headacbei Tremblings, with Lassitude and Gcneri Debility qi;ick!y yielrl to the potent force o '.hei?3 well-known Pills, and " they sre vv avallea 'n theit efßcacv tn all i 3MAI.E COMFLAIFTS, Removing all obstructions, skin blenches Dimples end boiJs, better than any ««be family medicine known. THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD. IDE REPUTATION. It-heals everyl,: or Sore, Ulcer and Wound, mon: certainly than any other Vnpwn salve. Its marvellous penetrating potrerr reader it invaluable in all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, ami Agirhraa, reducing Glandular Lumps, closing and healing Abscesses anc Fistulas, and fo» • alleviating th<» excruciating tortures ot KIIETTMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is uns<isp.issed. It n*»e Vils to remove Scar! and every species o' ski ■isesise, The Pills an.] Pw'nivr.r are n.anumcturt ■-: No, 8, JS'sw CWor.i strest (late 533 Oxford street, London), ami are 30M 'iy *%JJ vendors of Patent L>rii*s thraufcloif th Civilized Worl.l, ' , Directions :'or use inalir.ri},! ev»ry Ungme< jjS" Purchasers sl'C«ld look to-the I.abe 01 'n! ?nd Hoi«. If icir adHr«ss par? sir ~lmk PERFUMERY. 207, Rue St. Honore, Pai-is, X E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS J_J • - Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)— From the formule of Dr O. Revell. The best soap for rendering the skin white and soft. Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white). Savon-Oriza- Velonte, exquisitely perfumed for the toilet and baths. Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)— No. 2, extra fine, in boxes, 6 cakes. 12 exquisite perfumes, No. 1. Oriza-Savon-Incorore, superior quality rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet. Aqua-Oriza—New toilet water, refreshing to the skin. Oriza-Hay—A toilet water with the perfume of new mown hay. 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We ma escape many a fatal shaft by keeping oursclve well satisfied with good food arid a pioperly rtcurimeroa irame.^An article in the Civ Sttvice CateJt Ma*eßimply with boiling watwro «i|Ur : in l-tb tw;Xet* by Otoeeri,!; bellod thtw~ JAfe V.% EPPfI & CO., HOMCEPATIO OHfcMJfST,- ,■.-!

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2471, 22 July 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2471, 22 July 1890

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