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Awarded > 32~b—* Gold Merl BATTLE'S nl 73 SHEEP DIPS Guaranteed to be i.?5f Best Dips in the Market. FARMERS ARE INVITED TO TEST BATTLE'S AGAINST ANY OTHER DIP AND JUDGE FOR THEMSELVES. BATTLE'S IMPROVED POWDER DIP PREVENTS THE FLY STRIKING THE SHEEP. SEND FOR TESTIMONIALS, Ac., FROM BATTLE, MALTBY AND BOWER, AI121tytic21 and Manufacturing Chemists, LINCOLN. f212 SWEET AS HONEY. TO SINGERS. TO IMPORTANT. PUBLIC SPEAKERS. Universally lik-d by D. Jenkins Esq., M.B., Rev. E. W. D*viee, Tbe patient *ay work Cbildnn And recommends us won- Baptist Minister, Ton M usual whilst taking dertul ior tbe Voice. Rhondda, recommends Da vies Cough Mixture Davies' Cough Mixture —In this it exoeeda mot at all Times. Patent Medicines. HUGH DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE. THE GREAT WELSH REMEDY r- HUCH DAVIESS II, COO MIXTURL GREAT WFLS14 REMEDY. ¡: Ii I I tintfh D fvitja s CoUgh ,I ixtare.-tucom mended by the Highest Authority. Dr. Rams, M.D., L.R.O.P., M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Manchester, says:—" Having a thorough fknowledge he inmate composition of I T) A VIST's COUGH MtXTURR,' I can with the eirresteat coufHence asaur hose afflicted with an irritable Coaarh, as in Chronie Bronchitis, Bronchial Affections, Spigmodicjj Asthma Ac., tbftt it is likely to be extremely serviceable, giving great relielg and comfort." DAVIFS'S COUGH MIXTURE is ivoknowledi<ed generally to be the most speedy and efficaciom remedy for Chpst complaints and general Colds. Having been before the pub ic for many years, i., has gained universal reputation. Thousands testify to ita marvellous effect in immediately ALLAYING TICKLING COUGHS, Dissolving the Phlegm. an" relieving the distressing labour of bry*th'ng peculiar to ASTHMA. The Balsamic Hfaiintr a.nf Soothing qualities of DAVTES'S COUGH MIXTURE place it far Ii advance of the ordinary Cough "Balsams, many of which are compounds of Opium, Ac, andlt acta by dissolving tbe conge tied Phlegm, causing free expectoration, relieving th nonw 'of weiJf"" oppr«»«»>ion, Tick-'j-r.g in the Throat, and frequent desire to cough, that is so troublesome to the patient Invaluable for "Whooping Cough. Its pleasant taste makes it a boon to children. DAVIES'S PILLS for Indigestion. DAVIES'S PILLS the Cure for Liver Complaints. flAU/rQ'Q TDMin DAVIES'S PILLS the Cure for Headache. IW VIL O O f/V/O DAVIES'S PILLS the Cnre for Toothache. a it j t DI inno nil I O DAVTK PILLS t*e Cure for Wind. f /ofL/OUO riLLut DA.VIKS'S PIl.LS the Cure for Costiveneas. ,vr7<, it> /•>. «.r,r»>- DAVIES'S PI r,LS tn« Rest Medicine for Females. (i>UUAK LOAlbD). DAVIES'S PILLS the Best Cnre for 8kin Diseases. Sold Everywhere, Is lid and 2tI 9d per box. far at NKWTOWN by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Dealers. r Proprietor:—HUGH DAVIES, Chemist, .v MA OH 7NLLETH, list of t- South L ivW Scboo! f Pha.rma.cy-Qua.ified Dispenser Jof the London Apn tjei-xries Hall. 331 S i LA KGKST SKL*VTL«>\T IN THE TRADE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS »?1 li j Dl-R!' CT FROM THE XULLS.—Ne«-e-t Styles in Twee-is, Harrie, Homespun y ) J J| j ^1' nf>. Bev?e 8 Se ge = A i. Pishing, Shooting, and H anting Tweeds a Speciality I Ala'. H -ni«spni». Clan I art n, and Sarge Costume (,'lofhs for La-iies, specially wove- 1 tn the Latest Nove'tieB 50 PER CENT R WEi> BY A VOI1>TNG INT 10H TilliF* O O I •T'i-'lArK PROFITS.—Ti 1 veiling Rugs, Shepherds Mands, Blanket^, Flannel^ I w T f|r\ [ St.-FIR: K-SIHINIR Yar»*. &C. D>> your Shopping direct by post, thus obtainim ■ Ww if xJ1} j Oro-it of ank'.ow.'ndirpii Exc jllence nt First t, Patterns Free. (Same this paper.) All Parcels paid, ALL WOOI A'RRI'■■ M'00UGALL 4 SC0TT' LANGHAUCH MILLS, OALASHIELS, «I.B. V/Ui | NOTE.—Farmers sod othero < an Lav own Wool Made into any of the above at Reduced Prics» el70 Vf WUMI aji;l Finished Goods from and to all Parts. ActZHTs WAwrvp, J Apo I DV/llUO TO ALL USERS OF VENUS SOAP. M eacA Wrapper* *•* *ao Wrappers, Timepiece No. 1,4in. Dial will be sent. Picture of tfl6 St&tli8 Wrappers, Timepiece No. 2,6in. Dial will be sent. TENDS OB MIIiO, J Ifer 8S0 Wrappers, Timepiece No. 8,9in. Dial will be sent. WIITB^SENT^NVAM^S 1 Wrappers, a Gentleman's ( Handsome ) will be sent. Vor 35 Wrappers, and j W 800 Wrappers, a Lady's (Keyless WatchJ will be sent. I F°* Wrappers | j J Ifer 8S0 Wrappers, Timepiece No. 8,9in. Dial will be sent. VNLL Bt SENT TO ANY ADIDREW 1 Wrappers, a Gentleman's ( Handsome ) will be sent. Vor 35 Wrappers, and j W 800 Wrappers, a Lady's (Keyless WatchJ will be sent. I F°* Wrappers | j I I» Handsome Grit Frame. ALLAN LI N E Royal Mail Steamers TO UNITED STATES & CANADA. 'Jader oastmet with the Canadian Govarnment for WBVtfMiQe of the Canadian Mails.) OPROM LIVERPOOL. SABDINIAK For Qn eoec & Montreal.Oct. 12 1 MONGOLIAN .ForQ1),ht;!c <% Montreal Oct. 19 PARISIAN .For Queh-c & Montreal Oct. 26 LAUiiENTlAN For Qvr'!)PC & Montreal Nov. 2 FARES FOR OCEAN PASSAGE. Saloon, 1% to 18 Guinea •. Second Cabin, j67 7a. Steerage, 5,3. Xhroagh Tickets to all Stations at Special Rates. PMsengers are landed on the railroad wharf and transferred from ship to train without any incon- venience aD4 expense. The company's special con- duotor aoeompanies West-bound passengers. IW NoT<.—This Line provides the cheapest and most OOBWUent route to all parts of Car-nda, tobat the N orth-wet Provinces, British olumbia, and the Western States of America. Cheap thiough rates to Austria and New Zealand via C.P.R., Vancouver, and Honolulu. $ 10 Boons to Settlers altd Homestead Certificates relatinl to the Government Free Grant Lands of 160 ATTTOTJ11ISTS, SPORTSMEN, and others.- Bmud Trip Tiokets combining excursions to Niagara gtils, the wonderful scenery and Sporting Districts tI. tbs Rooky Mountains and British Columbia, and other places 8f interest in United States and Canada. ftogramms of tours on application. SPECIAL BfcTURN RATES TO THE CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR. BBritish Megatcs new reports and all the latest !L| end paasphleta free. pixQOt services from Glasgow to New York and goat= ua Pbiladelphia all the year round. fall parttanlan on application to JJJUAB BROTHERS & CO., James btreet, Ltranyooi PJJK ft BON, Printers, The Cross, Newt< WI g. HOKARD6, Horsemarket, Newtown. JOHN KINSEY, Marble and Stone Works. Llandinam. WIL WALTERS, Wellington Hotel, Welsh poo) DAVID JEHU, Auctioneer, Llanfuir. I MOKKIS a SON, Drapers, Llanidloes. I w. IL SMITH, 82, Park Avenue, In Oswwfij. t THE POPULAB LAW BOOK, ALWATS KBPT UP TO Dir. NO MORE LAWTEUS' BILLS I < WATR NOKT Hcn-'ly, THIRTIETH EDITION (1833), 700 closely- prmtfd pat-s. containing about 4,000 Statement* nr, i'omt.c of Law, verified by Notes and References t« Authontifg. Price, post free, 6s. 8d. (gaved at erj? consultation !) cloth. Tp » MAN t> OWN LAWYER: A HANDT 1~J BOOK OF THB PRINCRPTEG OF LAW & EcmrTv Ily A BARRLSTKri. 30th Edition (1893). Brought np to date, mola'hng the Betting and Loans (Infants (Act, l§92- Gaming-Act, 1892; Sbop Honrs Act, 1892; Public Librarie' Act, 1892; Small Holdings Act, 1892; 'Witness pSm, Inqmnes) Protection Act, 1892 Clergr Discipline Act m Forced Transfer Acts, 1891 and 1882 Custody of Children Act, 1891; Slander of Women Act, 1891, etc, With full particulars how to Sell or Morteaire Land tu™ ♦».« t J Registry without professional assistance. Also the imnortan chantres m tne Law made by the Bankmptcv Act 1880 an,; Conveyancing and Real Property Act, 1892 the New W as ,w L,.w u to small Properties nnder the Intestates* Estates Act lf»o the Directors Liability Act, 1890; Prevention of 0^11^' Children Act, 1889; with many other recent Acts. COMPKISIHS Ilghts nd Wrongs of Individuals—Commercial Law-Law is to Goods Stolen or Lost—Criminal IAW—Parish Law— ^ounty Court Law—(lame and Fishery Laws—Poor UM', Lawsuit;?—Bets MdWa.?ers-Bi)I. of Exchange—Agreements —wopynght—Patents—Trade Marks—Iusnrance—Libel and Slander Divorce Mortgages Stock Exchauge Practice— Trespass-Nuisan ces-Tmusfer of L-trid-Wills, etc etc- Exei^iwiue T312 LAW lPO. Landlord and Tenant—Master and Servant-Workmea and Apprentices — Heirs—Legatees — Husband and Wife—Exe- cutors and Trustees—Guardian and Ward—Married Wom&n —Infants—Partners and Agents—Lender and Borrower—, Debtor and Creditor—Purchasers and Vendors—CoamaTies —iriendly Societies—Churchwardens—CTerirym<*n—I)Ee £ »pfi: —BanKers—Farmers—Conti-actors — Sportsmen — Farriers— Horse Dfealers—Auctioneers—House Agents—Hotel Kmwro -Pawnbrokers Surveyors Railways Carrim Go&. stables, etc., etc. Should be in the hands of every bngineso m-n, and all who wish to abolish lawyers' bills."—Weekly Times This1 excellent handbook • • admirably done, admirablv arranged and admirably cheap."—Leeds Mercury. CEOSBY LOCKWOOD I^SOIR, STATIOJJEKS' Hall COURT, And Sold by PHiLLirs & SON, BOOkWIlaVNeWtoWil who intend to Ma" in bll MOVID 5U THE MAGIC MIRROR. ill I MPM"may,QPCgrnthem. Important HLL MPH to '# til-health- Happiness f" f J7 ""M 8E9u,rd by it* bright reflections A safeguard from evil to all who possess it. Fret ber 4«i for two Stamps. AD»juissr^ rrce per pott UESSRS. WILKIN8011,43, FIT«UN SQUUC, BREFFIELD, EHO. DR CAR FAGT-GUPPW, E P P S' GRATE FU L—COMFORTING. COCO ■ OILINO WATKA or

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