\ PENNYROYAL AND I STEEL PILLS FOR BEfcALEB ilckly oorrect all irregularities, and iliove tho distressing symptoms so pre- ; ilent with tho box. Boxes la l£d and 2a i, of all Ohemists and Patent Medlolne endora. Prepared only by The Lincoln id Midland Counties Drug 00., Lincoln, ngland. Wholesale w f all the Wholeaule iousoß. Beware of Imitations. nItfWALD AND MOUtfT SOMERS L RAILWAY. lOUNT SOHEFS AND CAVSHDISH ROYAL MAIL 00A0H. The above Opaoh leaves Hood's hotel >? Oavendich Railway Station overy day, leotlng eaoh train. Pftßßeigora by morning treln may pro &ed by coach to Alford l'oresr^ tboaoe to lethven In time fo? the last train for ihriatchuroh, or may rotnrn in time for he l*at train for Aahburton, Parcels and Orders will receive every ttention. *3>vae and Baggies on hire. u JOHN HOOP nOR COUGHS, GOLDS, Bronchitis, tj Asthma, Influenza, Oonsamptlon, &o IT AY'S Compound Easence of Linaeed, |\. Aniseed, Senega, 3qaill| Tola, eto,, *ith Ohlocodyno. IT AY'S Compound, a demulcent expeo i\ torant, for Oongha, soldo and ohes somplainta. IT" AY'S Compound, for Coughs and Golds IV ia equally serviceable for Horsea and dattle. IT AY'S Tic Pills, a apeolfio in Neuralgia, W Faoe-a)he, eto. Contains Quinine, [ron, eto. nOAGULINB. — Oemeßv for Broken \J articles. Sold Every wb ex e. Solo Makers — • KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stookpo? t England. MPOKIANT 10 OWISJkKB Ob; DOGS. MANY yea*s since we had the pleasure to introduce to the public the BUFFALO WJSAT DOG Bl6oUllfc.,now so extensively sea in the principal kennel* of the world. Since that time we have made many important improvements in their manufacture— mprovementa not of the nature of of vegetable compotfTidß which may be added to any food at a trinitg coac, but of the nature to produce good hard fleßh and muscle, ingredients wnlch no other Buscnit or Dog Focd possesses, and for which we have received numerous medals and high commendations, amongst which we may mention tbac of Professor Dr Zurn, who after many careful analyses and experiments pronounced these biscuits to be of tha greatest excellenco, and to contuin donble the quantity of nourishment that is to be i onn din the fleßh thus forming the best and most successful food for dogs that is possible to produce. It is important to notice that every biscuit is stamped—" Buffalo Moat, Trade Mark," the quality of which we guarantee. Twenty shillings per owt, carriage paid, SOLE MANUFACTURERS, W. Gr. CLARK AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISCUIT WOBKS, IitMBHOUBB, LONDON, B.C. ESTABLISHED 1861. WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED In Bheep, Russia, and Turkey Bindingm WEBSTBB'S Unabridged Dictionary, flew Edition, with Ibapplement, 11 A Library in itself." Get Webster— it has 118,000 words, 8000 engravings, and anew Biographical Dictionary Tho Standard ia Government Printing Office, 82,000 c jpieß in Public Schoolß. Bale, 20 to iof any other Beries. Beet aid to make a family intelligent. Beßt help to scholars, teachers, and schoolßj Tho Vocabulary contains 8000 more words than are found in any other American dictionary. It is the beat practical English Dictionary extant— 1 ' Quarterly lieview," Londvn. It has all aloD? kept a leading place, and the new Edition brings it fairly up to date. — II London Times," Juno, 1882. No School in the Dominion, no teacher, and no reader of the language can .afford, to ba without tins,. monumental work, — " Canada Educational Journal*" . It has come to bs recognised as the mo3t nßefnl existing "wordbook" of the Englißh lnnßuage, all over the world.— " N.Y. Tribune," 1882. G. and O. MERRIAM and CO., Publishers Springfield, Masi., U. S, A. riIHOBNHILL'S 10 Guinea Silver-fitted JL Lady's Travelling Dressing Bag 8 No. 68, 14-inch Beat Polished Moirocco Pateat Wide* opening Travelling* Dressing Bag, with one outside pocket, Btitched handle, wit a gilt rings and plates, gilt double-action registered lock; and Uhornhill'a improved patent stop-hinges ; Bag lined with rich Moite Antique (Silk, with Thornhill's improved indestructible pecketsj Contents. — Sot of plain,: cut glaßß fittings, with richly engraved Hull M'arked Solid Silver Sterling Tops, consisting of oval soap, tooth brush roller with two tooth brushes, nail brush roller, with nail bruih, pomada jar, tooth fiowdtr jar, two tcent bottles, with screw caps, vory hair brush, in case, ivory clothes brusti ditto glove Btr>.touers, ditto paper knife, dressing comb in caee, writing book, lined s Ik, and fitted with stationery, penholder, and blotting, book, p&tent portable inkstand light boxes card cate, looking glass thread and needle case, pincuanion, instrument boa rd fitted with pair nail scissors, i vorv nail trim <u er, four ivory handltt instruments, and a pair 0/ twezeorsi Pbiob 10 Guineas. If the Bag is in Kussia Leather.. .ll gnineas „ j, Crocodile Skin. ..l3 guineaß The Silver Tops may be richly gi for 21s extra. .. Ergeaviho.— Bngravme monogramf, two or three l.tUrß on the bilver fitting^ ivory brushes' glove stretchers, paper knife, and fou instruments, and Btamping inUiila in gold on the bag, 42s complete. Or only engraving tha eeven silver fittings and stamping tho bag, 21s W. THORNHILL & CO., rO THE QUEEN END ROYAL [FAMJLY. 144 AND 145, NEW BOND flr, LOND,ON.| EBTABLIPHED 1781. CRAlEltn-CC* JCIXIG EPPS'SIOCOA ■ BREAKFAST, BY a tboiough knowledge of the |naturni laws which govern the operations of ligestion and nutrition, and by a careful ipplication of the fine properties of weir [elected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud jreakfast tables with a delicately flavoure»y >ever»ge which may save us many heavy ioctor^ bills. It is by the judicious use of ;uch articles ol diet that a constitution ma )e built up until strong enough to rssist every endency to disease. Hundreds of subtl naladies are floating around us ready to attack yherever there is a weak point. We may iscape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves veil fortified with pure food and a properly lourished frame. — An* article in the Civil ictvice Gazette Hade simply with boiling water or mil (old in i-lb packets by Groeers,labelled thus— I JAMES EPPS & CO., gQtICBOPATHIO OHHM IS 18
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