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JJUGHES'S JJUGHES'S JJLOOD LOOD II,, ILLS. pILLS. -t JL If you want to be healthy, strong, andvigorons.it is of vital importance that your blood be in good condition. Bad and poor blood means ill-health and probably death. Fortify yourself by taking JJUGHES'S jgLOOD JpILLS which are undoubtedly the very finest remeclyextant for improving and strencthening the Blood. If you suiter from INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, WIND, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, NERVOUS COM PLAINTS, BLOTCHES and SORES, PILES, SICK HEADACHE, KIDNEY TROUBLES, etc., etc., these Pills will cure you quickly and effectively. Don'tdelay any longer, but sjet a box to-day. Prepared by JACOB HUGHES, Mnfg. Chemist, and gold by Chemist3 and Patenfi Medicine Dealers at Is Ud, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d, or send value in scamps to Special Agents, Messrs NEWBERY & SONS, iand 3, King Edward-street London. H -UGHES'S HUGHES'S JJLOOD JJLOOD PILLS T>ILLS. 1 13454 -1- J F^arcSER&^1 piflEMRETBRHS I ffim REG t3TEREO JpP Fac-simile oj One-Ounce tackct. Archer's Golden Returns The pQpfaatlea of Pips Tobaa«ai Coor., STTSXT, A- F'P-"OIU,1CT. TTICHY NATURAL CELESTINS V BUNEBAIJ WATER. VTICHY For CELESTINS V GOUT, GRAVEL, "TTICHY RHEUMATISM, ETC. CELESTIN3 V MIXES WELL with WIXES or SPIRITS. Sole Agents for the STATE SPRINGS of VICHY. INGRAM and ROYLE (Ltd.). 26, Upper Thames-st., LONDON. E.C. Of all Chemists, Wine Merchants, Stores, <3rc.

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LIBERALISM AT COWBRIDGE.

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