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Known for 50 years as the best and purest dentifrice ever used; it
Preserves and beautifies the hair, prevents its falling off or turning
For the Skin and Complexion is unequalled for its rare and inestimable qualities. The radiant bloom it imparts to the cheek, the softness and delicacy which it induces of the hands and arms, its | capability of soothing irritation and removing cutaneous defects, discolorations, and all unsightly appearances, render it indispensable to every Toilet.
Ask any dealer in Perfumery for ROWLANDS' articles, of 20, Hatton-garden, London, and avoid spurious imitations.
MORSON'S PREPARATIONS OF PEPSINE.
AS WINE, in BOTTLES, from 3s. LOZENGES, from 2s. 6d. GLOBULES, from 2s. And as POWDER, in 1-oz. BOTTLES, at 4s. each.
Sold by all Chemists and the Manufacturers, MORSON and SON, Southampton-row, Russell-square, London. PRODUCED in all the LATEST FASHIONABLE COLOURS, MIXTURES, and TEXTURES, to SUIT ALL SEASONS and ALL CLIMES.
SPEARMAN and SPEARMAN (Plymouth) devote special attention to the production of Pure Woollen Fabrics for Ladies' and Gentlemen's wear, and warn the public to BEWARE OF IMITATIONS of their Royal Devonshire Serge, which, on the authority of the QUEEN, stands UN. RIVALLED FOR BEAUTY, HARD WEAR, AND GENERAL USEFULNESS.
SEA WATER CANNOT HURT IT."
Price for ladies' wear, 1s. 6d., 1s. 11d., 2s. 3d., and 2s. 9d. per yard. Extra milled and strengthened for gentlemen's suits and boys' hard wear (new patterns), from 2s. 11d. per yard, 54 inches in width. The Factors cut any length, and pay carriage on all parcels into London, Dublin, Belfast, Cork, or Glasgow, whence they are
cheaply distributed, by rail and steamer, throughout the World. In writing for patterns, which are sent post-free, state whether for ladies' or gentlemen's wear. Serges sold as used by her Majesty's Government.
SPEARMAN & SPEARMAN (FACTORS), PLYMOUTH, DEVON.
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY TRUE,
is allowed to be the greatest discovery of the present century, and is largely employed by the most eminent Medical Men, in hospital and private practice, in all parts of the world, and is justly considered to be a remedy of intrinsic value, and of varied adaptability, possessing most valuable properties, and producing curative effects quite unequalled in the whole Materia Medica.
FREEMAN'S CHLORODYNE is the best remedy known for Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis, and Asthma.
FREEMAN'S CHLORODYNE effectually checks and arrests those too-often fatal diseases-Diphtheria, Fever, Croup, Ague.
FREEMAN'S CHLORODYNE acts like a charm in Diarrhoea, and is the specific in Cholera and Dysentery.
FREEMAN'S CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Cancer, Toothache, Meningitis, &c.
"Mr. R. Freeman.
FREEMAN'S CHLORODYNE rapidly relieves pain from whatever cause; allays the irritation of fever; soothes the system under exhausting disease; and gives quiet and refreshing sleep. "Head-Quarters Staff, Cabul, May 5, 1880. "Dear Sir,-It is with much pleasure that I am able to state that your Chlorodyne has been of Special Service to me in alleviating the wearisome Spasms of Asthma, which is here existent in an aggravated form. Many of my patients now come and beg me to give them that medicine which always relieves them, and which I need hardly say is your Chlorodyne. Yours faithfully, "CHARLES W. OWEN, L.R.C.P., Lond.; M.R.C.S., Eng. "The Divisional Head-Quarters Staff and Civil Surgeon, Cabul." THE "TIMES," AUGUST 13, 1877. From our own Correspondent with the Russian Army. "Okoum, July 25, 1877. "The want of sanitary arrangements in the Russian Camp was dreadful, and had we remained there a few weeks longer, dysentery and typhoid fever would have played more havoc in our ranks than the bombs of the Turks. I myself acquired an unenviable reputation as a doctor owing to my being provided with a small bottle of CHLORODYNE, with which I Effected Miraculous Cures."
From MONS. BONJOUR BARTHELEMY, Delegate of the Society for the Relief of the Wounded, Decorated with the Cross of the Convention of Geneva. "Le Caillon, près Meung sur Loir, France, June 18, 1879.
"I hereby attest that the Calorodyne manufactured by RICHARD FREEMAN, Pharmacist, of London, is the best remedy against CHOLERA and DYSENTERY, and further affirm, as Director of the Anglo-American Ambulances and of French prisoners during the War of 1870 to 1871, that a large number of those under my care were attacked with Dysentery, and that by means of his Chlorodyne they were in a few days perfectly cured." (Signed) BONJOUR BARTHELEMY,"
Four Chancery Suits terminated in favour of FREEMAN'S ORIGINAL CHLORODYNE, and against J. Collis Browne and J. T. Davenport. Lord Chancellor Selborne, Lord Justice James, and Lord Justice Mellish condemned their proceedings, and ordered them to pay all costs of the suits.Reported in the "Times" and other Newspapers, April 29 and July 24, 1873.
None genuine without the words, "Freeman's Original Chlorodyne," engraved on the Government Stamp.
Manufactured by the sole Inventor, RICHARD FREEMAN, Pharmacist, 70, Kennington Park-road, London, S.E.
PETER F. HEERING'S
veyor by appoint
ments to the Royal Danish
Court, and H.R.H. the Prince of Wales.
TO BE HAD OF ALL RESPECTABLE WINE MERCHANTS.
Sent post-free, in Sheath:-Polished Steel, 2s. 8d.; Nickel Plated, 38. 8d.; Gold Plated, 4s. 8d. some Velvet-Lined Case, for Ladies' Workbaskets, 1s. 6d. P.0.0. payable Gray's Inn, High Holborn,
J. FOOT AND SON,
329 and 330, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON, W.C.
PARR'S LIFE PILLS.
PARR'S LIFE PILLS clear the system from all impurities, without the least inconvenience. Persons who are suffering from headache or indigestion, whether arising from constitutional inaction or over-indulgence at the table are particularly recommended to try PARR'S PILLS. They have never been known to fail in affording relief. PARR'S LIFE PILLS are efficacious in bilious ailments, scorbutic complaints, affections of the nervous system, lowness of spirits, indigestion, redundancy of bile, dizziness of the eyes, violent pains across the forehead, impaired memory, sick headache, restlessness, and bad dreams, &c. Price 1s. 1d., 2s. 9d., and, in family WATAM packets, 11s. each. Sold by all Medicine Venders.
FITTING WITH PRECISION AND EASE, AT MODERATE PRICES.
GLOVES, SOCKS, VESTS, AND DRAWERS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
The Shirt Measures required are-round the neck, chest, waist, wrist, and height of wearer.
ORDERS FROM STRANGERS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A REMITTANCE, OR LONDON REFERENCE.
26, REGENT-STREET (TWO DOORS ABOVE JERMYN-STREET), LONDON.
ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S
B 41 PILLS
is warranted to Cure all Discharges from the Urinary Organs in either Sex, acquired or constitutional, Gravel or Pains in the Back.-Sold in Boxes, 4s. 6d. each, BY ALL CHEMISTS AND PATENT MEDICINE VENDERS; or sent to any address for 60 stamps by the Maker,
F. J. CLARKE,
APOTHECARIES' HALL, LINCOLN. Wholesale Agents-BARCLAY and SON, London; and all the
REGISTERED TRADE MARK.
FOR MORE THAN A QUARTER OF A CENTURY this POWDER has
GODDARD'S FURNITURE CREAM
FOR CLEANING AND POLISHING ALL KINDS
Sold in Bottles, 6d. and 1s. each, by Chemists, Grocers, Ironmongers, &c.
J. GODDARD, Station-street, Leicester.
NALDIRE'S TABLET, FOR WASHING DOGS.
PRIZE MEDAL, PARIS.
DESTROYS FLEAS, CLEANSES THE SKIN, REMOVES ALL
"No one possessing a Dog of value should be without Naldire's Tablet."
N.B.-Beware of Low-Priced Imitations, which are worthless.
NALDIRE'S POWDERS, FOR WORMS IN DOGS.
ONE DOSE A CURE.
STONEHENGE, in his celebrated work on "The Dog," says:-"Worms are a fertile source of disease in the dog, destroying every year more puppies than distemper itself." While the FIELD says, concerning distemper:-"All treatment, to be successful, must be prefaced by the expulsion of worms." Naldire's Powders remove these pests within one hour, at the same time giving tone to the stomach, and producing first-rate condition in dogs. One dose is sufficient, and dogs readily NALDIRE'S POWDERS are sold by all Chemists, and by BARCLAY and SONS, 95, Farringdon-street, London.
A MONTH'S FREE TRIAL AT HOME.
EASY PAYMENTS, 10s. MONTHLY.
CARRIAGE PAID. PROSPECTUS POST-FREE.
WEIR'S 55s. SEWING-MACHINES.
Lock, Chain, and Twisted-Loop Stitch, all one price. Attachments included. No extras. Hand or Foot. Latest patented improvements, loose wheel, larger shuttle than any other Sewing-Machine. Simple, silent, reliable, durable. Guaranteed equal to any £10 machine in the world for Family, Household, Dressmaking, and Manufacturing purposes.
J. G.WEIR, 2, Carlisle-street, Soho-square, London, W.
PAGE WOODCOCK'S WIND PILLS
GOOD for the Cure of WIND ON THE STOMACH.
Sold by all Medicine Venders, in Boxes, at Is. 1d., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. each; or sent by
post for 14, 33, or 54 stamps, according to size, by
PAGE D. WOODCOCK, Calvert-street, Norwich.
H. WALKER'S Needles (by authority), the
H. WALKER is Patentee of the Penelope Crochets, and Maker
PATENT DETECTOR LOCKS AND LATCHES.
128, Queen Victoria-street, E.C.; and 68, St. James-street,
Illustrated Price-List post-free to any part of the world.
WHAT IS YOUR CREST and WHAT
IS YOUR MOTTO? Send name and county to CULLETON'S Heraldic Office. Plain Sketch, 3s. 6d.; colours, 7s. The arms of man and wife blended. Crest engraved on seals, rings, books, and steel dies, 8s. 6d. Gold seal, with crest, 20s. Solid gold ring, 18-carat, Hall-marked, with crest, 428. Manual of Heraldry. 400 engravings, 3s. 9d.-T. CULLETON, 25, Cranbourn-street (corner of St. Martin's-lane).
of every description of Needles, Sewing-Machine Needles, Fish VISITING CARDS, by CULLETON. Fifty Hooks and Fishing Tackle, &c., &c. 53, Gresham-st., London, E.C.
PIANOFORTES, 7 Octaves, 18 gs.
HARMONIUMS, 5 Octaves, 6 gs., and upwards.
FINE OLD VIOLINS by the BEST MAKERS.
7, Finsbury Pavement, London, near Moorgatestreet Station. Established 1837.
MUSICAL WORKS. By J. T. STONE.
Messrs. BREWER and CO. would particularly direct the attention of
best quality, 28. 8d., post-free, including the Engraving of Copperplate. Wedding Cards, 50 each, 50 Embossed Envelopes, with Maiden Name, 13s. 6d.-T. CULLETON, Seal Engraver, 25, Cranbourn-street, St. Martin's-lane, W.C.
In the Preface to the Student's ELEMENTS OF GEOLOOY, by Sir Charles Lyell, price 9s., he says:-"As it is impossible to enable the reader to recognise rocks and minerals at sight by aid of verbal descriptions or figures, he will do well to obtain a well-arranged collection of specimens, such as may be procured from Mr. TENNANT (149, Strand), Teacher of Mineralogy at King's College, London." These Collections are suppliec on the following terms, in plain Mahogany Cabinets:
KE. B. has No Agents and no connection with any Company or other London or Provincial Firms.
Under the Direct Patronage of
Manufacutred by an entirely NEW
Process by which the threads are all securely interlocked.
It is considered the most durable ever
ANY LENGTH CUT.
And other Fashionable Pure Wool Fabrics for Ladies', Gentlemen's, or Children's wear.
SERGES AS SUPPLIED TO HER MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT,
BLACK SERGE, AS SUPPLIED FOR COURT MOURNING, &c.
Any Length Cut.
SPECIAL CAUTION.-Our ROYAL SERGES have been subjected, with other makes, to the constant wear and tear of everyday use, and whilst the imitation has worn SHABBY and the COLOUR FADED, ours have kept their COLOUR TO THE LAST; being of an ABSOLUTELY FAST DYE and MADE FROM ALL PURE WOOL, the SOFTNESS of the MATERIAL. REMAINS UNCHANGED.
EGERTON BURNETT, SERGE WAREHOUSE, WELLINGTON, SOMERSET.