Business Noble GRATEFUL COMF EPPS’S C 0 i BREAKFAST. BY a thorough knowledge laws which govern the digestion and nutrition, anc application of the fine propi selected cocoa, Mr. Epps our breakfast tables with flavoured beverage which i many heavy doctor’s bills, judicious use of such article! a constitution may be gradi until strong enough to res: pency to disease. Hund maladies are floating aroun attack wherever there is i We may escape many a keeping ourselves well forti blood and a properly nouri See article in the Civil Servi Made simply with boiling 1 Sold only in packets or tin JAMES EPPS AE HOMOEOPATHIC CHI LONDON. Medical. A DYICE TO MOTHI /\ broken in your rest suffering with the pain of Go at once to the chen bottle of Mrs. WINSLOW’ SYRUP. It will relieve tl immediately. It is perfe it produces natural, quiet ing the child from pain, cherub awakes “ as brigh It has been in use in A highly recommended by m is very pleasant to take child ; it softens the gums, relieves wind, regulates t is the best known remed and diarrhoea, whether eething or other causes, ask for Mrs. Winslow’s S and see that “Curtis anc York and London,” is < wrapper. No mother she it. Sold bv all medicine l^d. —Depot, 493, Oxford WHO is Mrs. WINSI question is frequei shall simply say that she if upwards of thirty years devoted her time and tal physician and nurse, pri children. She has especi; constitution and wants of class, and, as a result of practical knowledge obtaii as nurse and physician, pounded a SOOTHING S dren. It operates like m and health, and is, me regulate the bowels. In this article, Mrs. Wins! world-renouned as a be race. Children certainly bless her. Especially is this city. Yast quantities Syrup are daily sold and think Mrs Winslow has i name by this invaluable sincerely believe that th dren have been saved froi by its timely use, and ti unborn will share its bene calling her blessed. No charged her duty to hei one, in our opinion, until the benefit of Mrs. Win Syrup. Try it mothers Ladies’ Yisitor, New Yorl VALUABLE DISCO HAIR. A very nicely perfume called THE MEXICAI NEWER, now being so' mists and perfumers thro try, at 3s. 6d. per bottle ceding all the old restore the purpose of changing hair to its natural origi will positively restore th case of greyness to its orb out dyeing it or leaving tin which most of the hair pr day do. This preparation known to fail in restoring natural color and gloss i twelve days. It promo prevents the hair falling dandruff, and leaving the healthy condition. It i vitality to the roots of th it to its youthful fresln Daily applications of thii a week or two will sure! grey, or white hair to its i richness. It is not a dye, tain any coloring matt substance whatever. He soil the hands, the seal]: linen, but produces the substance of the hair. I ing from Mr. Nathan Walkden : “One of my me the other day he hai for thirty-five years, and bottle of the Mexican 1
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