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or counterfeited, . Tbis is estrue of. a family medicine, and if; is g g<)Bitiye proof .that tbe remedj imitated is of the vJiignißst-'-valiie. 1 ." As soon as it bas been tested proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters best and most valuable family many imitators sprung up and steal "tlie notices in which the press and .of the. country had expressed the bf H. B.,'and in every way trying to ininvalids to use their stuff instead, w.eipeciing to make money on the credit and good f,M&me.oi !;"H. B. Many others started nostrums in similar styleito H. 8., with variously in which the word "Hop" or used in a way to induce people to !|t)elieveithey were the same as Hop Bitters. ' All remedies or cures, no .matter t^xiat : tneir style or name is, and especially those pnt^vi/hd-word "Hop "or "Hops" in .their imitations or counterfeits. . Beware of K^emjv. :v th<-m. Use nothing but Hop Bitloi.:. with a bunch or of green Hops uu- ihe white label, and s}p)rKSjbule's . name blown va tW uiu??. Trust i]fiOttling;/else. . Druggists and i%sn-:' a are against dealing in imitations <_>i '>';:;tb"« , ?.'.-- - j .V-•-■• •■■'■' ;
?VEottgh ok Corns."—Ask foi IS'-AW Corns." 7£d. Quick relief, complete. it -feQymanent'cure. Corns, warts, bunions. Moses, Moss Sydney.,-General Agents. Post."—"Ye Boyal Ame(Registered.) Each piece'is stamped Marfc, "Amethyst" and two small , Manchester ; London. Retail by all leading drapers througheut theKingdoin. "Perhaps no textile ever been offered to ladios so nearly adproaoh'?4*&v£"? .--'quality and richness of real silfr velvet. In f EPnty'oi.cplour. and shade its draping leaves scarcely Mbe desired." W. Eattrayi Sole Agent for - iffi&tfjjjfaxTfh . List."—April 14th, 1881.—Velfqp export. "Ye Eoyal AinethysidßPelveteen, £ foa^ufacfcured ■at •Manchester, is made 4BRI shades,' *.i*9?-^il.l'be found a first-class ..material, having a rich appearance, quite equelf to silk velvet; £jue EilSiaperfectly fast, and the colour permanent, tho ytajitor.not being affected by rain or damp, as is the case •:<?s ther velveteens. The " Cisele?" Velvet manu- ¥^? tu .j£ff oaly py. this &m, is the most chaste and rich exhibited, and becoming very fashionable in :and France; All these goods are stamped "W. Eattray, Sole Agent for AucfcJ^IiE,J , 1881 .j—The fact of not only one of the most fashionable, tNp.utji-the': niost serviceable and economical materials , '''* n 3 uce ß- every manufacturer of dress fabrics to some special mafce of his own ; few, however, v C';^ft JWoioughly: successful in producing any really 4sjectiyeiin appearance, and of good wearing qualities jrj*»;the sftise time.' Among , these few, however, we may j*e«ainly cite the niafee fcnown as " Eoyal Amethyst" ; ■rpn ..tjie.';nand it is beautifully. soft and light, and falls graceful folds, firm, but without stiffness. f *u3^'W& ka ?& !e ■-*•' l>eautifiil shade; very deep in the ??»flAa<?*YSj "lights'? of the folds are thoroughly jv.prplv.ety.M-f.The." Royal Amethyst" velveteen is made 'fflW- *pft.?ashionable colours, and these present the k^^ n *?t&es Vve have attributed to the blacfcs, both in i^S?*:-^ ; >PPoaranoe. W. ,Eattray, Sole Agent for -• ■ ■' .
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