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McFlauncry heard a gentleman say 7 of another that ho had a too benign countenance, and remarked : “ A 2 be 9 countenance ! Fhwat a face to be sure.” Why is i the happiest of vowels? Because it is in the midst of bliss ; e is in hell and all the others in purgatory. Young women often keep their lovers by tears. “ Yes,” says Grmnwig, “ love, like beef, is preserved by brine.” A good story was told some years ago to a Galveston colored congregation, whose Easter had bucked off the Sunday-school unds at monte. Be was duly tried, and the verdict was : “ The Rev. Ainihiclab B'.edso am acquitted of the sin of gambling, pervided lie pays de money back by next Sunday 7 night. In,the meantime the members of dis ’ congregaslnm is warned against playin’ keards wid brudder Bledso.” Holloway’s Pills.— A certain cure for Headaches, Bile, Loss of Appetite,'and Lowness of Spirit.—These Fills can be taken without danger from wet or cold, and require no interruption from business or pleasure. They act mildly on the bowels, strengthen the stomach, and promote a' healthy action of the liver, whereby they purify '.he blood, cleanse the skin, brace the nerves, and invigorate the whole.system. They effect a 'truly wonderful change in a debilitated constitution, as they create a healthy appetite, correct indigestion, remove bile, giddiness, headache, and palpitation of the heart. Plain directions for the use of this medicine, at once so mild and efficacious, are affixed to each box. .

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 213, 10 December 1880

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 213, 10 December 1880

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