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Two Vascar college girls were on their way home over the Albany and Susquehanna railroad the other day. “ Maryland 1 ” yelled the brakeman, as the train pulled up at a station. “ What did he say ? ” asked one of the girls. “ Marryland,” replied the other. “Oh, let’s get out ! ” exclaimed the first with sudden interest. But they were too late ; the train had started. A ijakkr, whose loaves had been growing “small by degrees and beautifully less, when going his round to serve his customers, stopped at the door and knocked, when the lady within exclaimed, “ Who’s there ? ” and was answered, “The baker.” “What do you want?” “To leave your bread.” “Well j r ou peedn’t make such a fuss about it—put it through the keyhole,” was her reply. Hot long ago a now railway was opened in the Highlands. A Highlander named Donald heard of it, and bought a ticket for the first excursion. The train was about half the distance to the next station when a collision took place, and poor Donald was thrown unceremoniously into a park. After recovering his senses he made the best of his way horiie, when the neighbors asked him how he liked his drive. “Oh,” replied Donald, “ I liked it fine, but' they had an awfu’ quick way of puttin’me oot.” Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Multitudes suffering under a complication of disorders might obtain relief through these healing and purifying remedies, which should hie employed without a day’s delay. When the weather is variaule and colds and influenzas are prevalent, this Ointment, well rubbed upon the throat and chest, gives the greatest ease, and checks all tendency to inflamation in the lungs and other organs. The Pills assist the curative action of the, Ointmenty inasmuch as they purify the blood and so quicken its circulation that congestion is rendered almost impossible. Holloway’s treatment deals most successfully, too, with that very troublesome and often tedious aliment, indigestion, which is the bane of thousands from overwork and fast

Lost. Reward. LOST*,-' from WaKamti, ' bn' Monday, November Ist, One Chestnut HACK, branded HD on the left shoulder, with hollow back. Last seen in the direction of Barrhill. —Anyone returning him to. FiaEW-ANDEB Bbos. , will receive, the above Reward." ' ■ 487

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 209, 6 December 1880

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 209, 6 December 1880