Hoot i Im.!—The ■ • well-known circus-' rider* Emily lioisset, is about to become Countess Clemer Bathyftnyi, for theCount, her protector* will buy her freedom from manager Benz, and make her his wife. ’She will, soon spring through the hoop for the last time, finally pass her finger through a little' goldeu one. seem to be uncommon in “the lioisSet family, for it was not so long ago that' J a Xioisset, cousin to the present spangle-quCen, was led to the altar by Prince Beuss. The pair honeymooned "in Heligoland, because: bis Highness’s outraged family made the Continent too hot for him. Being dependent on said - family, he had perforce to subscribe to the condition that he should ohange hiS'namein rettirn for a yearly allowance. Since then, however, he has separated from his wife. Holix>Way’s Pitts.— The sudden changes, frequent fogs, and pervading dampness sorely impede vital functions and conduce to illhealth. - The remedy for these disasters lies in some purifying: medicine, like these Pills, which is Competitet to ■ grapple with the mischief at 1 its, source, and stamp it out without fretting~teC'iierye6 or weakening the system. Holloway’s Tills' extract from -tee blood all noxious matters, regulate the action _ of every disordered- ’organ, : 'stimulate the liver and kidneys, and relak the bowels. In curing chest complaints these Pills are remarkably effective* especially when aided by friction oi the Ointmenton its ; walls. This double treat-, ment will ensure a. certain, steady, and beneficent progress,: and sound health will soon be re-estel^iteedp^^riri., ...i*
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 508, 3 December 1881
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 508, 3 December 1881
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