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Emerson told an enthusiastic person, who was once predicting the approaching end of the world, not to fret, as “ we could get along just as well without it.” Reflected Glory.—A young dramatist shows an acquaintance through his gallery of family portraits. “ Lucky dogs, those ancestors of mine !” he observes, thoughtfully ; “ I’ve made a name for them !”—French paper. A Modest Disclaimer. —The Professor (opening his wife’s prayer-book by chance) —“ ‘With all my worldly goods I thee endow !’ Why, when we married, Maria, I hadn’t a penny to bless myself with, let alone to endow you.” Maria—“No, mv love, but you had a magnificent intellect, and endowed mo with that ” The Professor —“No, I didn’t, Maria.”— Pimch. Holloway's Pills. —N'cwous Debihty.— No part of the human mach'ae requires more welching than the nervous system—upon it hangs health and life itself. These pi H s are the °be;t regulators and strengthened of the nerv ;s, and the safest general pur’fieis. Nausea, headache, giddmess, numbness, and mental ap.uhv yie'd to them. They dispat-h in a summary manner those distressing dy.pept'c symptoms,, stomachrc pains, fulness at the pit of die stomach, abdominal d’-dension, and qve - - come both capricious appetites and confined bowels—the commonly accompanying oig is of defective or deranged rervous power. Ho’lc* way’s Pills are particularly recommended to persons of studious and sedentary haoi who gradually sink into a nervous and debT.aced sc ic, unless some such restorative be occasionally taken.—[Advt,]

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 678, 3 July 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 678, 3 July 1882

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