AN EASY BALLOT PAPER.-To Mr. M. T. Morris, the Liver Establishment, Carnarvon, is due the credit of devising a ballot paper, which has been registered, and will be welcomed by presiding officers who have to deal with illiterate voters and others who will persist in nullifying their votes by placing the cross in the wrong place or by signing their names. The body of the ballot paper designed by Mr. Morris is black, the names and addresses of the candidates appearing thereon in white letters. The space in which the cross is to be marked is white. Should there be a third or fourth candidate, the spaces may be coloured blue, yellow, or anything upon which the black cross can be marked. There is no room on the paper for the voter to sign his name. A MISER AND HIS GOLD.-An extraordinary scene was witnessed the other night at West Bromwich, near Birmingham. A fire broke out in the house of an old man of miserly habits in Dagger-lane. The old man awoke from sleep to find his bedroom in flames and the firemen urging him to escape. He jumped out of bed, and made a dash at the bedcurtains, which had caught fire, and would evidently have jeopardised his life by his frantic pulling at the curtains had a fireman' not dragged him from the room by force. When released he again rushed into the room, and as he got hold of the bed curtains a bag of sovereigns tumbled to the floor, and the bag being partly burnt the coins rolled out. With frantic eagerness the miser dropped on his knees and immediately commenced to rake together his scattered hoard. Just at that moment the chief constable went into the room, and, thinking the old man was a thief, dragged him out into the open air, despite his pro- 119 testations that the money belonged to him. When the fire had been extinguished, the miser begged to be allowed to go into the room, and when he got inside he would let no one else in till he had care- fully gathered together his treasures. It is stated that he had scraped together, and kept concealed in the bed curtain, upwards of 150 sovereigns. THE DEPTH OF THE ATLANTIC.âThe depth of the Atlantic has been sounded; the shallowest accessible part of the ocean is in northern latitudes. Between Newfoundland and Valentia, over what is called the telegraph plateau, the submarine plain extends for 140 miles without reaching the depth of 1000 feet; then it begins to fall rapidly and goes down to a lower terrace of 9000 feet. After a little it drops to a lower plain, having a depth of 12,000 to 14,000 feet, which stretches without variation 1,700 miles across the Atlantic. Within 130 miles of the Irish coast it ascends by similar steps to the level of the plateau on which rests the British Islands. Coming south from Newfound- land, 200 miles from Cape Race, we cross the great bank, where the depth never exceeds 600 feet. Leaving this we plunge by a series of steps to the deepest part of the North Atlantic, with soundings of 25,000 to 30,000 feet.
A policeman named Frank Smith, employed at Stoke Station, on the North Staffordshire Railway, met with a shocking death on Sunday night. As a train was entering the station at almost full speed, Smith attempted to jump on the footboard, when he slipped between the carriages and the platform. His body was literally cut to pieces.
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THE STOMACH, BLOOD, BRAIN, NERVES, LIVER, LUNGS, BREATH, AND SKIN restored by Du BARRY'S DELICIOUS REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD, which cures effectually dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, acidity, cough, asthma, bronchitis, consumption, phlegm, diarrhoea, dysentery, lirer complaints, flatulency, distension, haemorrhoids, nervousness, biliousness, typhus, typhoid, scarlet, gastric, enteric, bilious, ague and other fevers, sore throats, diphtheria, measles, catarrhs, colds, rheu- matism, gout, eczema, eruptions, weakness of the glands, impurity and poverty of the blood, hysteria neuralgia, irritability, sleeplessness, low spirits,' spleen, palpitation, heartburn, headache, nervous de- bility; nausea and vomiting after eating, even in pregnancy or at sea sinking fits, exhaustion, epilepsy, paralysis, atrophy, wasting diseases, diabetes, feverish breath. 37 years' invariable success with adults and delicate children. 100,000 cures of cases considered hopeless. Four times as nourishing and sustaining as meat, and digesting when no other food will stay on the stomach, it saves fifty times its cost in other remedies. We quote a few of the 100.000 Cures: Cure No. 49,432, of 50 years' indescribable agony from dyspepsia, nervousness, asthma, cough, consti- pation, flatulency, spasms, sickness, and vomitino- by Du Barry's Food.âMARIA JOLLY. Cure No. 100,516 Preservation of an ebbing Life.-A dangerous illness having left my stomach tou weak to assimilate ordinary food of any kind sufficient to keep me alivy. I owe my preservation toDu Barry's Revalenta Arabica, on which 1 subsisted for months, recovering a healthy digestion and strength, and muscle, to the astonishmer. t of my- self, my medical adviser, and friends.-EDWARDWOOD West Bank, Bolton, 14th June, 1883. Cure No, 98,418. -Consumption. Du BARRY'S FOOD has, through a kind Providence, been the means of preserving to me the life of a dear wife, who svas fast sinking into the grave in the last stages of consumption, not bein^ expected to live from one minute to another âRev T. CHORLEY. No. 46,801.-The Marchioness de Brehan, of seven years' liver complaint, sleeplessness, and the most intense nervous agitation, debility and melancholy, rendering her unfit for social intercourse. J i Liver complaint and diarrhcea, from which I had suffered fearfully for three years, desnite the best medical treatment, have yielded to Du Barry's excellent food -W. EDIE, Major, H.M.S., Unattached." Cure ]Slo._ 70.018.âSister S. LAMBERT, of diabetes from which she was dying. Cure No. 32,880.â Â« ^IAM Es3-> barrister-at-law, Cambridge ot 60 years paralysis, constipation, haemorrhoids and eczema. Cure of Mrs. MARY SCHERBOR, ot dyspepsia at the age of 116! No. 43,320.â DU BARRY'S FOOD has cured my wife of 20 years' most fearful suffering from nervous and bilious attacks, palpitation of the heart, and an extraordinary swelling all over, sleeplessness and asthma. Medical aid never availed her.-ATANASIO LA BARBERA Mayor of Trapam, Sicily." No. 72,048.â"Du BARRY'S i OOD has cured me of 36 years' asthma, which obliged me to get up four or five times everv niwht, f n v,.i.7. my chest from a pressure which threatened sunboation. âRev. P. BOILLET, Ecrainville, France." Cure No! 89,915 of 20 years' fearful debility.â"Avignon A m-H 18th, 1876. Du Barry's Food has perfectly cured me of 20 years' dyspepsia, oppression, and debility, which prevented myg dressing or undressing myself or making even tie slightest effort. I am now at the age of 61, perfectly restored to health and strength (Mme.) BORELL, nee CARBONETTI." 100 000 cures' including those of the late Emperor Nicholas of Russia, Dr. Livingstone and Mr. H. W. 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General Election in each of but the minor portion n? 1 y ? ,thmRs" This> however, is mation, the publisher hive d' lnfa?rt!tl0.n to the above infor- blank columns bv fi!finJ â¢ u a most ingenious arrangement ot fortunate enough to possess arnnS ^K^tions Proceed, whoever is with infallible accural-v Â»t of the book W'I] be able to ascertain, parties, and other interesting exa<!t position of the be compiling a book which rtiJSrÂ« atilus unquestionably Published at the priciTof ore 3,fâ¢"Â°ther ElectiÂ°a. will be invaluable, enormous number of 83.000 conies ofthl'h*k. iasil7 understand that thi bÂ°ok have already been sold.
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UPTE pains in CURE sick-headaches, pains in the back and sides, long faintings, hysteria, loss of strength and energy, blood poisoning, skin disease, dis- ordered liver, bad digestion, 7 c misery after food with agonies of pain ?âetc., etc, pIAN YOU DOUBT WHAT "GORDON'S EXTRACT" CAN DO AFTER READING THE FOLLOWIN G REMARKABLE CURE? D. THOMAS, 74, Hoxton Street, Bradford, -writes. July 24th, 1885 Gentlemen,âPermit me to attest my unsolicited and aunible testimony to the healing and curative properties of s our EX IE AC 1, not only in restoring the weak and debili- tated, but in the curing of Epilepsy in its most aggravated form not only do I speak from information, but personal observation in one special case-viz., that of a woman sub- jeciod to the above disease, lor upwards of twelve \vars not so severe at first, but as time went on the fits became more frequent, until the patient was seldom a week without the recurrence, until she was reduced to sheer helplessness and almost to a state of idiocy; for over three vears not able to do her own household work, and the family had tried anything and everything that doctors and patent medicines could do without effect; in fact, she gradually became worse rintil the doctors said there was no cure, and the patient could not survive long. They had tried many patent medicincs, one preparation to the amount of Â£ This for a time seemed to have a little effect, and the family had hopes of a cure, but so soon as the sy-tem became used to the medieine, the medicine became useless and all hopes again blighted. The family, in tact, became seriously impoverished in expending money with hope of a cure, but all to no purpose besides" the husband's health became enfeebled for want of rest for such a length of time that he was laid aside for long, until the fani ly was reduced to a pitiful condition indeed. How- ever, as the last effort your liXTEAOT was resorted to and with surprising effect! six or seven bottles regularly taken successively until the fit., became less frequent and the health became improved, until the woman was enabled to attend her household duties; and now, though she has not used the liXiitAC I iOi many months, she has not 1.;u; fits for twelve months, an 1 is now in her usual health. Any 'narty writing me for proof, I will gi :dl,- answer and give the iu.l name and address of sufferer, and at my f-xpense they will most elidly reply to allY inquiry, but for reasons which are justifiable they w:mkl rauser not have their name come before the pre iic. Yet you are ao perfect liberty to make wuat use of my t;<t.< ment you like, and, believe me, yours respectfully, DAVID THOMAS, Bookseller and Stationer. CURED by GORDON'S EXTRACT" AFTER 11 YEARS' CRUEL SUFFERINGS. "I have derived more benefit from GORDON'S EXTRACT' than from any other medicine yet tried. When I commenced taking it, I had been very ill at times for eleven years, mostly in bed or on the couch, and the last two years my medical attendant gave very little hope of my ultimate recovery. Occasionally I was better, but the cruel headaches, pains in the back and sides, with long fainting^ and strong hysteria. became so severe that strength and energy were rapidly giving way. Following the directions given in your kind letter, after taking the firs, three doses the pains left me, and after the third day I quickly recovered. My friends are much sur- prised to hear and see the result of my taking GORDON'S EXTRACT âwould have been less so to have heard me deadâ but I am well, and this they cannot quite realise. Have given two bottles away to four ailing persons, and will be glad if you will send me one more, stamps enclosed. The EXTRACT is a marvel of cheapness considering its virtue; no home should be without it.âMATILDA BETTS, wife of the Rev. R. Betts, 1, Angel Street, North Walsham, 16th July, 1884." NOTE,âDyspepsia- (indigestion) was the trouble. "GORDON'S EXTRACT" cured that, and all the symptoms then vanishedâthey always do if this great rem. dy is This is not an exceptional cure. GOliDONS EXTRACT" will do for others what it has done for Mrs. Betts. InURED by GORDON'S W EXTRACT" when all other Patent Medicines Failed. â¢ I hope you may be able to find room among the testi- monies you have already of your valuable medicine; it is i\ onh\ of (.preadiiig tÂ»r and wide, that other poor sufferers may see the good it has done me. I have for years suffered from disordered liver and'very bad digestion, and I was at a lois to I now what to do or even to take, for I have had recourse to almost all the patent medicines advertised, but none of tr.em did me any permanent good. My life was becoming a misery to me, for whatever I made use of in the way of food. 1 was m agonies of pain, so I got into such a state that I felt i. won.d give up eating. I got one of your books, and I saw 1 'â a mmij-ter wrote to you, you would give him some for ii'.0 'T ^!T 'â r' s0 ca'e(l 0!l 0llr worthy minister and pastor Mr. Jabez arey), end asked him to write to you, which he ,ti J, ami got three bottles. I took them, and three more I oought of Mr. Boucliier. of Bridgewater, and, thank God, it haH almost mastered my diseases I can now eat anything, and fee.i it does me good. My life was a real burden, but now it is a pleasure, tor I can eat with com'ort, work in ease, and get refreshed with sleep. Trusting others who are victims )f k dreadful diseases may be induced to try your ',XTlL\CT (the value of which I know) with like happy remits.âJCIK CAVIL, High Street, Stogursey." UNABLE to EAT MEAT for TWO YEARS.âCured by "GORDON'S EXTRACT." Storri(l:;e, Cradley Malvern Jane, 18'5. Gentlemen,âSome time ago. in my rounds, I rretapoor man who had b0en ill and umible to do any work for two year^. lie had been in the lio-^itul, but they could do nothing for him. lie had been uuabl to eat any meat f .r hvo year,, and in constant pain. I recommended him to go to the Rev. Mr. Bentley, the v.car of the parish, and ask him to write to you tor him which he did and you very kiiullv sent ,of your ';EXTIMOT. which he took, and in a snort tirne he was able to go to his work as a farm labourer. I saw him last week, and he said he was never better in his me to write yon, and say the good your iLAÂ±iw\w_L has done him avid thank you from hrs heart for your kindness in sendhg it to him. He is now never with- out some in the hoMe, and his wife and family ali take it. You are at liberty to use this in any way you think proper, together with my name and address, and if you or anyone wishes, I will send you the person's name and address, and he will answer any questions,âYours truly, WILLIAM LEWIS, Agent. iy. F.RA.SN.ED., REwW riting WIin LSOtNhe, Sanitary Journal Health, of the 17th July, says "GORDON'S EXTRACT." 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Every lady should learn our beautiful and useful process of KaiHtmg photographs, engravings, woodcuts, &câ to oils, we claim for this invention the first place, amongst the nu- merous methods ol the day, for promoting artistic taste and giving employment to persons of slender means or providing a pieasnreable occupation for those desirous of utilising their spare time on learning a profession which may eventually be of great service to them. Success guaranteed in every case. llie technicalities may be mastered in an hour, and proncieney guaranteed after one week's practice. The pupil need not have had the slightest previous artistic training, and any knowledge of drawing is entirely unnecessary. Pains taken to provide work for pupils. The cost of production is mcreiy nominal, the only outlay being for colours and medium. No glasses or other expen sive accessories used. Quite distinct from Crystoleum. Terms, two guineas; by correspondence until perfect, in- cluding elegant case of colours, brushes, &c. Pupils easily earn from Â£3 to Â£5 per week, with an outlay of 5s. Full particulars of the Manager, PHOTOLEO COMPANY. Studios Victoria House, 12 and 14, Catherine Street, Strand, Loudon, W.C. Bankers-Londox and County Banking 00. EASY. SAFE. + ad JjT Buy a Copy, and Basaar, j [ EXCHANGE & MART. j See for Yourself. -;Â¡' vx 2d -<Y. CliEAP. QUICK. "'I" dy j*o*L BILIIIARD & BAGATELLE TABLES, Requisites for do., & all Bil- liard Work done promptly by Hennig- Bros.,11, Hi*rh-st.,W.C.,Lnrlri. 4s. 6dâTROUSERS for the MILLION.-4s. 6d. EVERY Working Man should have a pair of Army Cloth or Serge Trousers at 4/6 per pair; also new Tweeds,4/6 to 10/6: sent post free. Patterns sent, 2 stamps. E. & C. ADKINB, UP,Newington Butts. London. PA I NT C mixed ready for use, best quality, 3d. per lb. or 24s. per I mil I U cwt. Carriage paid onlcwt. SendforListof Colours. MORGAN & SON, Colour Merchants, Blackfriars Ed., London. INTEMPERANCE.-Tower House Retreat, West- gate-on-Sea, Kent. Principal, J. H. BROWN. Under Government control. Only Establishment in England specially erected for Inebriates of the Upper and Middle Classes. rilpPirD Seal Jacket, and Fur-lined Mantle Maker. runnil.ll) Alterations & goods price-list post-free. C. A. LOWE, Estd. 1879. 2, Clapton Pavement, Clapton Road, London, E. 0 /C TDATTOrDC to Order, Send 0/U IKUUdljlto i0eVSfiSr:uC sr will receive Fashion Plates and directions for Self-Measurement (easy as A B C). Our Prices will be found at least 25 per cent. under other houses. All parcels carriage paid. AddressâTABLING BROTHERS, Wholesale Clothiers, 42. Goswell-rd.. London, E.C. UNION LINE. CAPE of GOOD HOPE, NATAL, & EAST AFRICAN STEAMERS. THE UNION S.S. Co.'s MAIL PACKETS sail from SOUTHAMPTON every alternate Thursday, leaving Ply- mouth the next day. Apply at the Company's OHices, Oriental Place, Southampton, or 11, Leadenhall Street, London. ESTABLISHED 1851. JJIRKBECK g AN K.â So. Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London. THREE per CENT. INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS repayable on demand. TWO per CENT INTEREST allowed on CURRENT ACCOUNTS calculated on the minimum monthly balances when not drawn below Â£50, The BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full particulars, can be obtained post free on application to FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager. The BELFAST ROPE WORK Company JLi (Ltd.), Price List on application to Belfast. 1VTEW SEASON'S TEA, in all its excellence, 2/-> 2/6, Lower qualities at lower prices. PHILLIPS and COMPANY, 8, King William Street, City, London, E.C. A Price Book post free. Teas, Coffees, and Cocoas, per Parcels Post. EPPS'S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA SINCLAIR'S Â« jdEPftt- fi geaajfa O Jf* ALL The Family R^FLL FL GROCERS & OILMEN Wash With- LPVLU SAVES TIME, FUEL, assas WATERS a 8teamy House. Cleanser I Beware of SOAP Imitations. â Ask for SINCLAIR'S." m A lady writes to The Queen, I recommend it to every BIB. ^ssSEgj|lÂ§jpÂ» housewife; it saves time and material; economises fuel, as the clothes require less rub- ulcflMl) y bing and no boiling." TAMES SINCLAIR, Southwark, London, S.E. PLATT'S SPECIAL I TIE'S' CHINA TEA IN 3 QUALITIES. PL^-TT & CO., 77, St Martin's Lane, London, W.C., will fend free to any part of England, Ireland, or Scotland, on â¢jceipt of cash with order- First quality, lib. 3/3; 21bs. 6/3; 41bs. 12/ and 31- extra for every further lb. Second quality, lib. 2/9; 2ibs. 5/3; 41bs. 10/ and 2/6 extra for every further lb. Third quality, lib. 2/3; 21bs. 4/3; libs. 8/ and 2/- extra for every further lb. M^B.âIf 251bs. are ordered we charge Id. per lb. less; if 501bs. 2d. per lb. less. I NO PLANTS FOR I- r CABRIAOB PAID. 4. 3/ Consisting of 40 GERANIUMS, good sorts and well rooted. 20 VERBENAS, best sorts. 4 FUCHSIAS. 4 HELIOTROPES. 12 AGERATUM (splendid for cutting). & 20 BLUE LOBELIA. Half Collection 2/6. Postal Orders (crossed) payable to the PLANT AND BULB COMPANY, GRAVESEND. IVTERVOUS WEAKNESS, &c.-A Gentleman X J recently cured, after many years' suffering from Nervous debility. Melancholy, Sleeplessness, Forgetfulness, Trembling, functional Weakness, Unpleasant Breams, Faintness, Palpita- functional Weakness, Unpleasant Breams, Faintness, Palpita- Â«jr!Â» will inform Sufferers free how he was cured. AddressâH. M., Esq., 26, Marshal Street, Aberdeen. FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND for SALE at Caterham, near Croydon. 16ft. frontage by 120ft. deep. Â£ 16 a Plot, 1/3 per week, or 5/4 per calendar month. Free conveyance. C^ans & particnlars of Mr. F. Field, 3. Bucklersbury.London.E.C. FREEHOLD LAND. 20 feet frontage. ~J 100 feet deep. JEIO per Plot. Near station. About 30 miles out. Payable by instalments. Free conveyance. H. J. E. BRAKE. Farnborough. Hants. JTORSES' MANES inclined to lie the wrong side, cut or rubbed, Walley's Patent Canvas Elastic Mane ifWs are warranted to permanently lay the shortest and most stubborn Mane in six hours. Noted reputation. All parts of the world, by post 11/âJ. S. WALLEY, Whitchurch, Salop. ABERDEEN GRANITE MONUMENTS, f. frjm Â£ 5, carriage paid. Inscriptions accurate and beau- wxm. Plans and prices from J. W. Legge, Sculptor. Aberdeen. fÂ°r DIABETES, BBIGHT'S, KIDNEYS, &C. emJli, BETHESDA Mineral Waters. ALLEN'S Remedyfor BBON- JITIS, ASTHMA. AC. Testimonials from Rev. T. Penrose. Reading. HEALTH SECURED by IVrORlSOir'S VEGETABLE T0^niveRSAL MEDICINES. âhad of all Chemists throughout Great Britain. POST FREE FOB SIX STAMPS. The MARVELLOUS WORK on CONSUMPTION, BY GEORGE THOMAS CONGREVE, Coombe Lodge, Peckbam, London, S.E. Mr iWlishingONE RECENT CASE :E 0 :EzKiuthe"ChriatianWorld" TCU i and other VWVI.!E.S. NEABLY 100,000 SOLD! â 9 IB, 9 mmmm FOCS-SI And DAMP AIR produce Catarrh, Doughs, Hoarseness. THE FINEST REMEDY FOB COLDS, COUGHS, etc., IS CONGREVE'S BALSAMIC ELIXIR, In bottles, Is. lid., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE HOUSES. Anchor Brewery D'ARCY'S DUBLIN STOUT Dublin. (Largest Brewery in Ireland but one.) EN A VANT YEAST WILKIN & CO., BTJTTERINE AppoldoSteinsbury. L N ON. BRIJM&FlFE, HAKMONIIIMS MELODEON BANDS, PIANOS, ORGANS and Hold HuddPNflplS !T^fcEaie. at J. MOOEE & CO., Buxton VTusii'- for Hnnr/l T! 5'ces Wlth drawings of all Instruments post free. Caps. Patronised by Army, ifavy, and I iD^an|l Instruments bought or taken In Exchange. V T T! Roman Strings, Music, Fittings, &c., fits frnm^n/l?^Si rii,Guitar>Banjo,&c. Violin students' out- ^^ggj^ Â£ ^ggggjree. EASTBDIIN. YioUn Maker. Halifax. I W"r?T1^ kinds. Waltham Watcbes, I F .n^S. r?8' Musical Instruments, Silver Jewellery. V j ATTT r Housc. Illustrated Catalogue 3 stamps. W MIIjIjING-TON, 12, Houndsditch,London. Cash & Trade only. M T^lVTOlVrTn prance)B0SSHART'S IwiTri HOTELS D'lTALIE AND GRANDE BRETAGNE. â old-established Protected, warmest position, surrounded by large PATWV? Bns-STery Quiet and retired, flighly recommended i G0,0fl cuisine and efficient attendance. Moderate charges. Billiard-room with English table, and lawn- J tennis-court for Visitors' use. MRS. THE NEW ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, LIMITED. CAPITAL Authorised, Â£ 2, OOO.OOO; Paid up, 2500,000. LONDON 40, Threadneedle Street. EDINBURGH 23, St. Andrew's Square. BRANCHES AND AGENCIES IN Bombay. Newera Ellia, Melbourne, Calcutta, Badulla, Shanghai, Colombo, Haldamulle, Singapore. Galle, Hong Kong, Sydney, Jaffna, Madras, Yokohama, Kandy, Mauritius, Kobe (Hiogo). The Bank receives money on deposit, buys and sells bills of exchange, makes telegraph transfers, issues letters of credit and circular notes, forwards bills for collection, and transacts bank- ing and agency business generally. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Fixed for 3, 4, or 5 months at 3 per cent. per annum. Fixed for 6 or 9 months â 4 â Fixed for 1 year certain â 4i â â Fixed for 2 years â 43 â â Fixed for 3, 5, or 7 years 5 â Current Accounts opened and cheque books supplied. Interest at 2i per cent. per annum allowed on the minimum monthly balance, if not below Â£100. Advancesimade upon approved Securities. Pay and Pensions drawn, Insurance Premiums, Club Sub- scriptions, and other periodical payments made at an uniform commission of i per cent. Securities bought, sold, and received for safe custody. In- terests and Dividends collected. Drafts issued upon the Bank's Eastern Branches at current rates, free of commission. BILLS collected or negotiated, and every description of exchange business conducted. The Directors are now receiving applications for 4 per cent. Debentures of Â£10 and upwards, secured upon the freehold Bank Premises in the City of London and elsewhere. Â» All necessary information and forms can be obtained by application to the Agency, 23, St. Andrew's Square, Edin- burgh; or the Head Office, 40, Threadneedle Street, London. ROBERT TURNER ROHDE, Secretary. SHARES in PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANIES for SALE.âThe most successful class of Home Industrial Companies, and the safest channels for the investment of Capital. â Messrs. H. R.. LEWIS and Co., Brokers, Bartholomew House, Bank, London. T~ HE SOUTHWARK LEAD & GLASS Co., BOSE ALLEY "WAREHOUSES, PARK ST., LONDON, S.E. LOWEST CASH PRICES to the Trade for Sheet Lead and Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Tin, Solder, British and Foreign Glass, White Lead, Oils, Colours, Varnishes, Plumbers' Brass Work, Wrought Iron Tubing, Rain Water Castings, &c. Prices Current on application. Prices Current on application. WOOL-GROWERS can HAVE their WOOL manufactured into Tweeds, &c., for own use by sending it to ROBERT HOUSTON & SONS, 28, WEST BLACKHALL ST., and ROCKBANK MILLS, GREENOCK. EACH CUSTOMER'S LOT IS MANUFACTURED GREENOCK. SEPARATELY, unless he instructs otherwise. Carriage of Wool per Goods Conveyance payable by R. H. & S. Write for Patterns and Prices. FOR SALE.âScotch Cheviot Tweeds, Blankets, etc., our own Manufacture; any length cut. FINGERING WORSTEDS at MILL PRICES GREENOCK MERINO MILL YARN'STORES. Branches in all the Principal Towns in Scotland. The Spinners of these celebrated Scotch, Welsh, and Berlin Fingering and Wheeling Yarns, which are well known and largely used throughout Scotland, are opening Stores in all the Principal Towns m England. They are also prepared to appoint one Agent m each of the smaller Towns in England.-Apply "Agent" FLEMING, REID & Co., Greenock, N.B. Wheeling Yarn, lid. per oz.; Scotch Fingering, lid. per oz. â¢ Berlin Fingering, 23d. per oz.; Welsh Wool, 3d. per oz.: Heather Mixtures and Fancy Colours, id. per oz. extra. TERMS CASH. (JUUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, ââââ BRONCHITIS and NEURALGIA. DR. J. COLLis BROWNE'SCHLORODYNE, A few doses quite effectual. â Caution. â The extraordinary medical reports 011 the efficacy Chlorodyne Â§^WMBhMaMaPBBiMM13 render it of vital import-ance that the public should 119g obtain the gen- uine, which is protected by a GoTernmentSHaHnB^fflHHBd stamp, bearing the words VHBHBHU Dr. J. Collis Browne s Chlorodyne." See decision of Vice-Chancellor Sir W Page Wood, the Times. July 16th, 1864. Numerous testimonials from eminent Physicians accompany each bottle. Sold in Bottles, 1/li, 2/9, & 4/6, by all Chemists. HF"\ [J J Q SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS, tL O 1/14 per large Bottle. HOREHOUND HONEY, For the prompt relief of CHEST COMPLAINTS. COUGHS, and SORE THROATS. CHOLERA.-The late eminent Dr. Stevens recommended Lamplough's Effervescing Pyretic Saline every 15 minutes to any one attacked by this disease. The success of the saline treatment was such that, out of 465 cases so treated in Coldbath Fields Prison, all but four recovered. Keep it in your houses. It is most important in all cases of Fever.âH. LAMPLOUGH, 113, Holborn, E.C., London OUND DEAD by SAJNEORD'S RAT POISON.â"I found 130 rats killed by one dressing with it."âJ. U. PAINE, Farmer, Caxton. Sanford's Rat Poison answers well. I found 210 killed by one dressing with it."âW. KAMPLY, Manor Farm, Boughton, Hunts. Price Is.: Is. 2d. with postage, of SAN- FORD & SON, Sandy, Beds. Also MICE POISON, for dressing Corn Stacks. Answers well. Kills mice on the spot. 59 found dead in the house by one packet. Send stamps and try it. ââOF MEDICAL WONDERS,TT~ I) 111| U should be read by all young men. Important toL^|||i V allltf |\ debilitated nervous sufferers and those about to Ml III |V v v **marry. Free in Envelope for 4 stamps. Publisher's Medical Hall, Fitz. Sq., Sheffield. Established 1830.^â¢"â¢^â¢ "PASSAGES BOOKED TO INDIA AND AUSTRALIA by all regular Lines or Outsiders at cheapest possible rates. No commission charged. Full information on ap- plicationto Wm. WATSON & Co., 27, Leadenhall-st..London,E.C. BOOK-KEEPING- thoroughly taught by Post. Particulars 1 stamp. Masy, rapid, thorough. Hayler, Walsingham, Norfolk. fig wilfl The Latest Improved and Most Perfect c gEWfflG .JjfOTIII Ever introduced to the English Market. MANUFACTURED BY THE Splits feeing Machine fÂ§ o., At CLEVELAND, Ohio, U.S.A. pi G Ã¸: q 0 ai W <1 B g o 01 t eo See a "WHITE" before Purchasing. Warranted by Legal Guarrantee for Five Years. Also the" PEE R L E S S" Hand Machine. Agents and Wholesale Dealers Wanted. Saul for Circulars to the WMU Â§$wing M$sUm Co., 19, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. (1325) TJTRKBECK BANK.âEstablished 1851. Southampton Huildinjrs .Chancery Lane, W. Deposits received at 3 per cent interest repayable on demand. On current accounts, interest allowed on the minimum monthly balances, when not drawn holow Â£ 2.5. Nochnnre lor Keeping accounts. The Dank undertakes the custody of securities 2nn?^mei!' ard the collections of bills of exchange, dividends, and rvin:pi Rtocks and shares purchased and sold, and advances made nartf iÂ°"rs 10 TIN 4> ON Satllrdi>ys 10 till 2. A pamphlet with fuli particulars on application. FRANCIS RAVENSCKOFT, Manager. 1, Ãª. :A Is a Delicious Beverage and Tonic made from Port Wine, Liebigs Extract of Meat and Extract of Malt; Nutritious StF,e"fh/nil?g. Slmuiatmg Flesh-forming, & Health-restoring suitable for the Robust in Health as well as the Invalid. Important unsolicited Testimonial from Mrs. Symes, Oakwood, Ovoea, Ireland fâ¢ES Will thank Messrs Coleman and Co. to send her one i^hamper. Carria^e paid^to Dubli^ <>f Meat and Malt Wiâe," Perhaps Messrs. Coleman would like to know that the Extract has been .J .mÂ°SJ astÂ°nl9?lmfr ,use ln restoring strength to herself and three others, to whom she has given some. The first Mrs. Symes took was the _Sample sent to Dr. Hudson, Surgeon, ovoca and Ballina Park House. Thceffeet was felt and perceived AT ONCE, and Dr. M. has procured all the rest for Mrs. Symes. As this entails trouble in delivery; Mrs. S. thihks it best to have it sent DIRECT. Mrs. Symes has recommended it to fourteen persons, two of whom were in quite as weak a state as she was, with similar effect. Pl^se send account by post, and say If bottles and hamoer are return, able Address, 2n4 june, 1885. MRS. SYMES, Oakwood, Ovoca. INLAND. Sold by all Druggists, Wine Merchants, and Patent Medicine Venders in the United Kingdom, in Bottles, 2s. od. and 4S. 6d eich A*K for COLEMAN'S LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT AND MALT WINE, and "see that you get it." 2/9 size, 30s. per doz. 4/6 size, 50s. per doz. Carriage paid to any Railway Station in Great Britain. Sample Pint Bottle sent free by Post on receipt of 33 stamj/i. Sole Manufacturers, COLEMAN & CO.. Gildengate Street, Norwich. j R. HUGHES, /jl Llangollen. R. HUGHES, WATCH M ANUFACTUREB CASTLE STREET, LLANGOLLEN, e BEGS respectfully to call the attention of the ) public to his extensive stock of WATCHES AND CLOCKS, The lowest and best in the Principality. He is, therefore, able to sell as cheap as any house the trade. All Watches and Clocks are guaranteed. A large selection of GOLD and SILVER CHAINS at the lowest prices. Also, a first-class stock of every description of GOLD RINGS and, JEWELLERY. Clocks and Watches repaired and cleaned. (49].4iJ Purify the Blood. A D^spepsm.^Constii 4 HVHVPHiliwEUnHHHMI âº 4 1 w 1 â w â mM mrrn â w i3 > H m A1 ri 8 B B k i 19 â 11HI 13 âº 1 Price Is. ljd., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. per box. ][NDIGESTI-O-N. NEW TP.E by a Practising Physician. Causes, Svmptoms, â Self-Cure, and Dietetic Table. Post free Id. Â£ ân PublianersâHAMILTON & Co., Oxford Street. SoutharnPS^ XTOW TO MAKE POCKET MONEY spare time. Ladies or Gentlemen. Easy, artistic, Pr Â£ | ntable. Send 6 (six) stamps for samples and instructions C. WILLIAMS & CO., 8t Middleton Square, London, E.C^^ BURNT TO DILVTJ* PRIZE MEDAL, HEALTH EXHIBITION. B AILEY'S PATENT "EVER READ, DOMESTIC FIRE ESCAPE. SIMPLE, SAFE, AND CERTAIN- Rescue from Buildings on Fire. H. T. BAILEY, Sunny side, Blacklieath, Kent^. ALF GUINEA CIIRi STM AS ^HAMPEjP of genuine foreign wine and spirits, one bottle eft gin, brandy, port, sherry, claret, and half bottle ch full measure, full strength, fine quality; 1/- additional W.-K tnrnable hamper.âBARBELL & SOX, 85. Hall Street, SpalojBf CHRISTMAS From 2/6 to Â£ 10 .O.O. ââ TVTEW NOVELTIES CATALOGr^' -y 500 ILLUSTRATIONS. POST FREE ON APPLICATION' 0 A. BARRETT & SONS, 63 and 64, Piccadilly. London. ââ" "I 885.âBLACKWOOD'S SHILLING SCBIBBLl^ DIARY. Seven days on each page, with blotting Size 13 by 8i. Send stamps to Publishers if you cannot get don: James Blackwood & Co., Lovell's Court, Paternostersâ- A LUXURIANT GROWTH OF WHISKERS, MOtJSTA- CHIOS, HAIR, &c., produced by using the NeW discovered HAIR FORCER. Quite Harmless. Success oei tain. The result of one Box will surprise you. Sent secre w packed, post free, 13 and 26 stamps.. R. ROBERTS, 17, Shaw Street, Derby. ['< PEACOCK PICKLES. â Are the Best for Hotel Keepers, Publicans, Dining Rooms, and a boon to Honseholders, being a tre* with Cold Meat, and making the plainest Tiands palat*" Pronounced a luxury by those who have once used them.. Sold in gallon jarsâCabbage, Is. 3d.; Piccallili, 2s.; WH*40* 2s.; Onions. 2s. 6d. Sixpence on all jars. â.n& Peacock Pickle Factory, R. BROWN, Manager, 24, Street, Southwark. Delivered carriage free within 12 London, and to all London Railway Termini. NERYOUS EXHAUSTION, a Loss of Muscular Power, Strength, Energy, Vitality, Constitutional Debility, Functional ness, Feeble Appetite, &o. Eight page giving speedy and certain cure. Two stamps. I PROFESSOR DE VERE, Vale House, 326, JÃ»DS- Road, London, S.W. IlilllllUV/VfcillllH oâ Impurities of the Blood. These wonderful Pills are valued at the humblest hearthsiÂ» well as m the houses of comfort and wealth. They thorough purification throughout the whole system, disordering the natural action of any organ, and eradiÂ» those germs of complaints which consign tens of thousand an early grave. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, Sick Headache. ,ha No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder as w1 liver, and none is more apt, when neglected, to become senouS diseased. Remember when nausea, flatulency, or acidity H1CiT>rIY?' w?-rns.us that digestion is not proceeding L that Hollo way's Pills regulate every function, give strength1 every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, Â»uc' and sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generate^ excess ol any kind, whether mental or physical, the effects w these Pills are in the highest degree bracing, renovating, Restorative. They drive from the system the morbid causes disease, re-establish the digestion, regulate all the secretion* strengthen the nervous system, raise the patient's spirit a bring back the frame to its pristine health and vigour. Turn of Life and Dropsical Swellings' The turn of life is the most distressing period in woman existence; it destroys thousands. The whole of the gros humours collect together, and like a tide sweep away hea and life itself, if not timely and powerfully checked, most certain antidote for all these dangers is Ilolloway's Pi"s* fPViA mi â Ti an d The Kidneys-Their Derangement anu Cure.. If these Pills be used according to the printed directions, an j the Ointment rubbed over the region of the kidneys for Â» least half an hour at bed-time, as salt is forced into meat, will penetrate the kidneys and correct any derangemen Should the affliction be stone or gravel, it is particularrly commended that the Ointment, in such cases, be used nig" and morning, as by its judicious application the most astound itig cures may be performed. Ilolloway's Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following diseases:- Ague Female Ir- Lumbago Secondary Symp" A<tiuna regularities Piles toms Jl; 1'>-as Com- Fevers of all Rheumatism Tic-Doloreux plaints kinds Retention of Ulcers 15! jtoiies on the Gout Urine Venereal Affection S!n;i Headache Scrofula, or Worms of all I Com- Indigestion King's Evil Weakness from p!n"'s Liver Corn- Sore Throats whatever "a use, JJvbi.iLy plaints Stone and &o.,&c. I Gravel Sold at Professor HOLLOWAY'S Establishment, 73, New Oxford St. (late 533, Oxford St.), London; also by near!" every respectable Vendor of Medicine througboltf tiie Civilised World, in Boxes and Pots, at is. i Â£ d;, 2S. 9Â°" 4S. 6d., IIS., 22S. and 33s. each. lull printed directions are affixed to each Pot and Box, and can be had in any language. N.B.âAdvice Gratis. at the above address, dail1,. between the hours of 11 and 4, or by letter Pp }> !>r< 1, lui1 J' us <â¢â¢ â I'rinMiiU 11- ,ji,n > i 1 county ol Don f I>t Â£ 1885. A or.nt 1 H'LVIT'J 1 MI MIS Â» *"1011 ARC:J .rX â [!â gollen.