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mOWLEtt PENNYROYAL AND I STEEL PILLS FOR UE_aALES quickly correot all Irregularities, and relieve the dlstr easing symptoms so prevalent with tho sex. Boxes la l_d and 2s 9d, of all Ohemlata and Patent Medicine • Vendors. Prepared only by The Linooln and Midland Oonntlea Drng Co., Lincoln, j England. Wholesa r e J all the Wholesale . Houses. Boware of linltatloua. ■ - ■ ....... 'IWWALD AND MOUNT SOMERS L RAILWAY. UOUNT SOMEPsTnD CAVENDISH ROYAL MAIL OOAOH. The abov. Ooaoh leaves Hood's hotel or Cavendish Railway Station every day, meeting each train. - Pa.sei.gera by morning train may pro .eed by ooaoh io Alford lorest > thenoe to Methvon m time for the last train for Oh-Jstohuroh, or may return In time for the laßt train fox Ashburton. Parcels ant Orders will reoeive every attention. R«i_ae and Buggies on hire. In JOHN HOOP FOR COUGHS, COLDS, Bronchitis, Asthma, Influenza, Oonsnmptlon, &o KAY'S Compound Essenoe of Linseed, Aniseed, Senega, Bquill, Tola, eto., with Chlorodyne, KAY'S Compound, a demulcent expeo torant, for Coughs, colds and oh*»s oomplalnts, KAY'S Compound, for Coughs and Colds la equally aervloeable for Horses and Cattle. KAY'S TIo Pills, a speoifio In Neuralgia, Faoe-a.he, eto. Contains Quinine, Iron, eto. COAGULINE. — Oemen. for Broken artiolea. Sold Everywhere. ' Sole Makers — KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stookpor t England. MPORTANT TO OWNERS OF DOGS. MANY yeatß since we had the pleasure to introduce to the publio the BUFFALO i-EAT DOG Bl&OUIT6.,now so extensively sea m the principal kennels of the world. Since that time we have made many important improvements m their manufacture— improvements not of the nature of of vegetable compounds which may be added to any food at a trifling cost, but of the nature to produce good hard fle.h and muscle, ingredients which no other Bnscuit or Dog Foul possesses, and for which we have received numerous medals and high commendations, amongst which we may mention tbat of Professor Dr Zurn, who after many careful analyses and experiments pronounced these biscuits to be of the greatest excellence, and to double the quantity of nourishment that is to be found m the flesh I thus forming tfi'e best and most successful food for doge that iB possible to produce It 1b important to notice that every bisouit is Btamptd-*' Buffalo Meat, Trade Mark," the quality of whioh we guarantee. Twenty shillings per cwt, carrriage paid, SOLE MANUFACTURERS, W. G. CLARK AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISOUIT WORKS, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON, E.O. ESTABLISHED 1851. 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Tribune," 18S2, G. and O. MERRIAM and CO., Publishers Springfield, Mass., U.S.A. I I i i THORNHILL'S 1C Guinea Silver- fitted Lady's Travelling Dressing Bag, No. 68, 14-inch Best Polished Morrocco Patent Wideopening Travelling Dressing Bag, with one outside pocket, stitched handle, with gilt rings and plateß, gilt double-action registered lock j and Thornhill's improved patent stop-hinges ; Bag lined with rich Moite Antique Silk, with Thornhill's improved indestructible pecketsi Oontentb.— Set of plain cut glass fittings, with richly engraved Hull -iarked Solid Silver Sterling Tops, consisting of oval soap, tooth brußh roller with two tooth brushes, nail brush roller, with nail brush, pomad* jar, tooth powder jar, two .cent bottles, with .crew oaps, ivory hair brush, m cose, ivory clothes brush ditto glove stretchers, ditto paper knife, dressing comb m case, writing book, lined silk, and fitted with stationery, penholder, and blotting, book, p-tent .ortable inkstand light boxes card ca_e, looking glasi, thread and needle case, pinensnion, instrument boa rd fitted with E air nail scieaors, ivory nail trim oier, four ivory andls inßt:umentß, and a pair of twezeerai Price 10 Guineas. If the Bag is m Russia Leather.. .ll guineas „ ii Crocodile Skin. ..lß guineas The Silver Tops may be richly gi for 21 extra, Er"gr_.ving.— Engraving monogram*, two or three letters on the eUver fittings ivory brushes' glove stretchers, paper knife, and f on instruments, and stamping initials m gold on the bag, 42a complete. Or only engraving the seven Bilver fittings and stamping the bag, 21s W. THORNHILL & CO., TO THE QUEEN END ROYAL .FAMILY. 144 AND 146, NEW BOND Sr. LONDON.) ESTABLIPHED 1781, GRATEJUL-COMFOBTING t EPPS'S~COCOA BREAKFAST, BY a tboiough knowledge of the.Jnatural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of weir selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured bevert-ge which may save us many heaVy doctor s bills, It is by the judicious use of such articles oi diet that a constitution ma be built up until strong enough to rssist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtl maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves' .well fortified with pure food and a properly nourished frame.— An* article m the Civil Sttvice Gazette Made simply with boiling water or mil Sold m 1-lbpaokets by Grooen,labelled thus— i -JAMES EPPS & CO., BOM CB'OPATHIO OHHMISTBJ LOHDON, mQIMQi '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2206, 22 August 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2206, 22 August 1889

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