) quiokiy oorreot all irsreguiaritiea, , and ' relieve the distressing syraptoine so pre/alani. with the sex. Boxts la l£d and2t 9d, of ail QheiLlßbi aud Patent Modlciu-. Vendora, Preyed only by The Linoolt and Midland (Jo a titles Dru^ Uo., Liucoiu Eu^lind. Whoieea's J ail the WboleaakdLoueen. Bowarti of JiiiihUoDa, t JLNVV^LD AND MODiiT SOMifiKfe I 1 RAILWAY. : idOUNT SOMEi S AND OAVHNDISH ROYAL MAIL OOAOH. The abovt Ooaoh leaves Rood's hotel jr Cavendish Railway Station evsry day, aaeeting each train, ±'«aoei.gan; oy moroin^ train may pro <e£L by ooaoh k o Alford i'oreß^ thonoa to) iMthveu m time lot th« last train ioi ajrlßtcnuron, or rosy return m tlmefozi ae.last train for AgJabuxtou, Pairoels ant Orders will reoeive ever} attention. ■- ? >wa and Buggies on hire. , -a JOHN HOol> i,iOH OOUGfIS, GOLDS, Bronohltla, Jj Aothma, iofluensa, Consumption, &c KAY'S Compound Ksaenoe of Linseed, . Aniaeed, rfonega, Squill, Tola, etc, with Chlorodyne. [7;Alf'S Compound, a demulcent ezpeo J\. torant, for Coughs, colds and ohea complaints, KAY'S Compound, for Coughs and Colds is equally aervloeable for Horses and Uattie. KAY'S Tlo Pills, a specific m Neuralgia, Faoe-a)he, etc. Contains Quinine, Iron, etc. /lOAGULIJSE. — Cement for Broken \J art Idea, Sold Everywhere, Sole Makers — KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stookpor t England. MPORTANT TO OWNiiRb Ub DOGS. "m/r ANY years aince we had the pleaaure to JjS. lutroiinco to the public the BUFFALO \ux.ii.Ti)OQßl6oDrii.,now bo exten&ively be m the kennels of the world. Bmce that time we have made many important improvement* m tueir manufacture— mprovements not of the nature of of vegetatle compounds wiiich may be added to any food ut a tri-ii g coac, but of the nature to produce good hard flesh and muacle, lugredientu wnich no ether BnßCuit or Dog J?oud possesses, and for which we have received numerous medttla and high commendations, amongst which we may mendun t ac of Profeaaor Dr Zorn, who after iuauy eyeful analyces and experiments pronounced theae biscuits to ba of thj gr atesexoclleucs, nad to contain double the quantityof nonrißhmeat that la to be oncd m we Scan thus forming the b^at and mo^t success ul ioojiof dogs that ia pjßsibla to produce It ia impsrt^ut to notice that every b acnit ia Btanipvd- " Buffalo Meat, Trade Mark," the quality of which we guarantee. Twenty ahilhnga per cwt, carrriage pad, 6OLB MANUFAOTUBBEB, W. O. CLARB^ AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISOUIT WOBKB, LIMBHOUBE, LONDON, B.C. ESTABLISHED 1861. WE BSTEB'S Utf4BBIDGED In Sheep, Basaia, and Turkey Binding*; TTTEBaTEa'a tJaabiidged Dictionary, Tf £»ew Jsdition, with taupplement, '•A Library m itself." Get Webßtcr— -it haa 118,000 words, 8000 engravings, and anew Biographical Dictionary The Standard ia Government Printing Officu, 82,0u0 c-piea m Public Schools, bale, 20 to 1 oi any other eeriea. Beßt ail to make a family intelligent. Beat help to Bcholara, wac tiers, and schools. The Vocabulary contains £000 more words than a:e found ia any other American dictionary. ' It is the beat practical English Dictionary, extant — ' Qaartarly Heview," London. It haa all aloe « kept a leading place, and the new-Bctiiioa brings it (aitly op to data — 'VJLonuoa Tiiacß," Juno, 1882. No School m the Douinion, no teacher, and no reader of the Janguage can afford to be withouc this m.numeut*l work, — "Oanad* Educational Journol." ; It haß come to ba recognised as tbe mo it useful exiting "word book" of the Bnglieh' language, all over the world.—" N.Y. Tribune,"; 18b2, G. and O. MERRIAM and CO,, Publishers Springfield, Mass., U.S.A. rnHOBNHILL'S JC Gui&ea Silver-fitt id, I L toy's Travelling Dressing B.ig s No. 68, 14-in-.h Best Polio jed Morrucco Pate 't Wideopohing Travelling Dr-.ssing Bag, with one; ontaide pojke:, stitched hanule, witi gilt rings; and platea, gilt double-action registered lock,' ad Jhornhiii's improved patent stop-hin^ea }\ Sag Jiaed with rich MoLe Antiqna tiilk, with Thornbill's impruv yd v d indestrnctible packets* ; COBTBNTS.—Sut of plain oct glass fittings, with iiculy engravea JbLL .: aikcd Solid Silver Sterling Topj, consisting of oval suap, tooth . brush roller with tw j toutn crushes, nail bruah rolle*, with nail brush, pomad jar, tooth powder jar, t vo tcent bottles, wichaorow o^ps^ ivory hair brush, m case, ivory cloaca brua^i ; dittu glove Btr .tenors, ditto p^per knife, dresa. iDg comb ia case, wr ting . ook, lined a lie, and fitted wiih stationery, penholder, ad blotting, book, p.t^Lt i urtable inkstand light boxes, card cate, looking glass thread and. needle case, pincuauion, instrument boa rd fitted with pa.rna;l eoitsora, ivoiv nail trimmer, four ivory handle inst umems, aud a pair of twegeers* PRIOH 10 QVIHSAB. If the Base ia m iiueaia Leather.,,ll Guineas: „ „ Crocodiie bkia.,,lß guineas The Silver Topa may t.e richly gilt for 21$ extra. Js&GKAVlHG.— Engraving monogramf, two or three l.tt.ra on ibe rilver iittiuga ivory brushes' glove airctchera, paper knife,.and fooj lnetrumenis, i^ud stamping initi ,1j m gold on the bag, 42a complcto. Or only engravicg the teven silver fittings and stamping tha bag, 21s W*THORNHILL & CO., TO THE QUEEN ESD B')YAL FAMILY;. 144 AND 146, NEW BOND flr. LONDON j EBTABLIPHED 1781. G Will 11 r-U * J CITI G ; EPPS'fCOCOA BREAKFAST. BY a tboiough knowledge of natural ] laws which govern the operations :of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful ] appligation of the fjne properties pf weir i selepted cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud ,' breakfast tables with a delicately flavoure y bpver?ge which may save us many heavy ', doctors i bills. It is by the judicious use of ' such articles of diet that a constitution ma ' b ; built up until strong enough to rssist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtl maladies are floating around us ready to attack I wherever thepe is a weajc point. We may t escape many a fafal shaft by keeping ourselves r well fortified with pure food and a properly j nourished frame.— An article m the Civil Setvice, Gazette Made simply with boiling water or mil Sold m i-lb packet* by Grocerß.labellea thuaJAMiiS BPPS & CO., HQMOiJOPATJiIO OHBMlbia 4 * mm pwwfo p
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