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r 1 ;o wlk's ri-NN _"ko v al ajmj X STJGEL PILLS FOR UEBttALES quickly oorreot all Irregularities, and rolltve the distressing symptoms so prej ralent with the sex. Boxeß la lAd a_td2e 9d, of all Oh en lit) and Patont Medicine j Vendors. Prepared only by The Lincoln I and Midland Oountles Drug 00., Llnoolu, England. Who'oea 0 J all th* Wholesale Houses. Beware of Imitations. / — ■ rrINWALD AND MOOx<T SOMERS L RAILWAY. tfOUNT SOMKI S _.KD CAYKNDISH ROYAL MAIL OOAOH. Tho above Ooaoh loaves flood's hotel or Oavendlsh Railway Station every day, nooting oaoh train, P»sei.gera by morning train may pro jeed by coaoh to Alford i'ores^ thence to ilistbven m time for the last train for Jhrlßtchuroh, or may roturn ln time for he last train for Aahburton. Parcels ani Orders will rocetve every ixttentiou. •SL.-rae and Buggies on hire. JOHN Hoor inOR OOUGHS, OOLOS, Bronchitis, jj Asthma, lufloon_a, Oonaumptioo, &o KAY'S Oompound Essenoo of Linseed, Anlieod, Senega, Bqnill, Tolu, etc., with Ohlorodyne KAF'S Oompound, a demulaent expec torant, for Oougbs, col do and ches complaints. KAY'S Oompound, for Ooughs and Oolds is oquslly servioeablo for Horses snd Uftttlo. KAY'S Tio Pills, a specific m Nouralgla, Face-a)he, eto. Oontains Qalnlne, Iron, eto. COAGULINE. — Oeraoni for Broken artloles. Sold Everywhere. Solo Makers — KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stoskpor t England. MP OK 1 A N T " ICMUW N i_l. B O F DOGS. MANY yea-B since we hod tbe pleasure to introduce to tbe public tho BU_"_"A.]_o I _ij__.T DOG BISOUII-.-ow co extemively te. m the nncipui kennel* of the world. Since that time we ha\o made many impor- • tnnt improvements m tLelr manufacture — ' mprovementa not of tbe r atnre of of vegetable 1 compounds w.ich may be added to any foou at a irniDg cojc, but of the nature to produco good hard ftceh and muscle, ingredients wtilch no ether Buacmt or Dog Fo.d poßseeses, and for which we have received numeroua meddß and high commondatioriß, amongst which we may memum f. at of Professor Dt Z.rn, who after ma_y cuefal analyces and experiments pronounced thise blecaiis to ba of thj gr ate»w exodlecce, aad to contain double the quantity cf nourishment that is to be oucd m cue dean thns lormius the b.at and mo.t success ul ioo.io. doga that is pwsibla to produce It is irap'.rtmt to noti.o that every b scuit i» Bt>mptd-" liuffAlo Meat, Trade _lark," the quul ty of wbicn we gaarantea. Twenty snillings per cwt, carrriage pa d, EOLE MANU FAOT OUBBS. , W. O. CLARK AND SONS, ' ANCHOR PATENT BISCUir WOBKS, LIMBHOUSB, LONDON, B.C. 1 BBTABLIBHHD 1861. a WEBSTER'S TJKABBIDGED In Sheep, Russia, and Turkey Binding*; , *CX7 EB.TEri'3 Unabridged Dictionary, TT iAew JSdition, with oupploment. "A Library m itself. '* Gtzt Webster— it has 118,000 words, 3000 engiavinga, and anew Biogrupmcal Diutiouary . Tho Standard m Govern -nent Printing 1 Offic3, 82,0.0 c pica m tnblic Schools, (Sale, 20 to 1 of any other aeriea. Best oil to make a family intelligent. Boet help to echolais, teuo.tra, and achoola. The Vocabulary contains £000 more words than are fouud ia any other Amorioun dictionary. 5 'It ia the best pract'eal English Dictionary g extant-—* Qaart.rly Keviow," Loni n. '__ It has all a'or.jr kept a loau'ng place, and the now Boition brings it »ai ly up 10 data — 1 •• Lon.oa Timiß," Juno, 1882. I No Sohool ia the Doninion, no teacher, and no rtader of tho innguago can afford to b. . wuhout tbis m -nnaioutJ work. — " O-nad.. Educational Journpl," It has come to bs recognised as the mo it useful cxi ting " word b.ok" 0/ the English Unguagd, all ovor iho world.—'* N.Y. Tribune," 1862. [ Q. and O. MERRIAM and CO., , Ppblishsrs 1 Springfield, Masi., U.S.A. rpHOBNHILL'S j0 Gutae. Bilver-fltt-d JL L.uy's Travelling Dressing Big. No. 68, 1.-ia.h Beat Poliaacd Morrocco Patent Wide* opening Travelling Dressing Bag, w.th one oataido pocke-, atitched hanulo, wit. gilt rings and platea, gilt doable-action legis tered lock^ a.d ihornhili'a i -proved patent stop-hinges ; Bag iiaed with rich Moiie Antique tiilk, with Tbornhiil'a improved indestrnotible ptcketoi COHTBHTB.— Bst of plain cat glits fittinga, with lieuty mgraved JhUll _ aikid Solid Uilver Sterling Tops consisting of oval soap, tooth ! brush roller with two touch bruehes, nail bruah f roller, with nail bruth, pomad jar, tooth powdir jar, t-vo 1 cent bottles, with screw <jipg. fvorv ha>r brash, ij> caae, 'vory ("loche. braa. d'tto gloye atr {core, cfitto paper kniTe, drooling comb ia cate, wr ting look, lined' a lie, and fitted with stationery, penaoldor, aad blotting, book, p.t-j-t portable inktt.nd lijjhc botes card cote, looking glaßi, thread aud needle c^se, pincusnion, inatrnment board fitted with pa mad epbsors, ivory nail trijn'qjerjfoVr Ivory handle last nments, and a pair 0/ iweseerst ' F|t]da 10 OpirfEAji. If the Sag is m Hussia iyeather„ f ll gnlqess „ f, Crocodile bkin. „13 guiceas Tbe Silver Tops may be richi/ gilt for 21s extra. BiouaviKO.— •Kngravine monogramfi two or three Itt rs ou the .ilver fitting! ivory brnshta' glove Btretchtra, paper knife, and foa io6tinmentß, tnd btamping iaiil.li m gold on the bug, 42u conipltt.. or only engravi g tho seven Bilver fittinga and atamiiing tha bag, 21b W. THORNHILL & CO., TO TBE QUKBN END R/STAL FAMILY. Hi AND 146, NEW BOND ST. LONDON.. EBTABLIPHED 1781. 1 G BA.EIU ]-(< »;j CI TIG 1 EPPS'S~COGOA , ' BREAKFAST. '] BY a thoiough knowledge of the natural ] laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful j application of the fine properties of weir i selected cocoa, Mr Ppps'hfls provided oud t breakfact tables with a i dejicatdjy flavijurfj be'verigh which may save us many heavy doctoi's bills. It is by the Judicious use of ] such articles oi diet that a constitution ma J b. built up until strong enough to resist every ■ fgndeney to djsease. tlundreds of 'sabtl' ' maladips ftre floa}jng around us veady ]o qttack J tjippe is a. wea}c point. >"/e rrjay 1 escape many a fa'al shaft by keeping ourselves, 1 well fortified with purp food arid a prpperly j pouriihcd frame.—Ap atopic m the Qty.il , Madealmply with boiling water or mii- - Sold ia Hb packets by ftroqersdabelled thoir- . JAMES EPPS & CO.. fIS \\ 1 \miw % »«w« ,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2189, 2 August 1889

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