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"FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.”

"OLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE

WORLD-FAMED

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Is warranted to cleanse the blood from all impurities from whatever cause arising For Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Eczema, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples and Sores of all kinds, its effects are marvellous. It is the only real specific for Gout and Rheumatic Pains, for it removes the cause from the blood and bones. Thousands of wonderful cures have been effected by it. In bottles 23. 9d. and 113. each, of Chemists everywhere.

Beware of Worthless Imitations.

DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S

CHLORODYNE

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_DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY. THE GREAT U GENERAL BOARD of SPECIFIC HEALTH, London, REPORT that

FOR it acts as a CHARM, one dose CHOLERA.

generally sufficient.

Dr. GIBBON, Army Medical Staff,
Calcutta, states : "2 DOSES COMPLETELY

CURED ME of DIARRHEA."
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BRONCHITIS. NR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE

is the TRUE PALLIATIVE in

NEURALGIA, GOUT, CANCER, TOOTHACHE. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE. N RHEUMATISM.

Dr. J. C. BROWNE (late Army Medical Stafl) DISCOVERED & REMEDY, to denote which he DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE coined the word CHLORODYNE. Dr. Browne is

is a liquid medicine which assuages PAIN of the SOLE INVENTOR, and as the composition of EVERY KIND, affords a calm refreshing sleep Chlorodyne cannot possibly be discovered by Analy WITHOUT HEADACHE, and INVIGORATES the sis (organic substances defying elimination), and nervous system when exhausted. since the formula has never been published, it is evident that any statement to the effect that a com DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE pound is identical with Dr. Browne's Chlorod yne

rapidly cuts short all attacks of

EPILEPSY, SPASMS, COLIC, PALPITATION, This Caution is necessary, as many persons de E HYSTERIA. ceive purchasers by false representations.

MPORTANT CAUTION.- The IMMENSE SALE R. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S 'CHLORODYNE. T of this REMEDY has given rise to many UN.

Vice-Chancellor sir W. PAGE WOOD stated SCRUPULOUS IMITATIONS. Be careful to publicly in Court that the whole story of the de observe Trade Mark. Of all Chemists, ls. ijd., fendant Freeman was deliberately untrue, and he 28. 9d., and 48. 6d. regretted to say it had been sworn to.-See The

SOLE MANUFACTURER,
Times, July 13th, 1864.

| J. T. DAVENPORT, 33 Great Russell-St., W.C.

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Prire BORDEAUX, an excellent light Dinner Wine. The quality of this wins Bottles. Bottles. will be found equal to wine usually sold at much higher prices ... ... ... 13/

716 T. ESTEPHE. SUPERIOR DINNER WINE, old in bottle. On comparison it will be found very superior to wine usually sold at higher prices. The appreciation this wine meets with froin the constantly increasing number of customers it procures us in London, and the Provinces, gives us additional confidence in submitting it to those who like pure Bordeaux Wine.

Also a very large Stock of Medium and High-class Wines,
Including Vintages 1868, 1870, 1874, 1877, 1878, ISSO, 1884, 1888, 1889, 1691.

Prices include Bottles. 6 Dozens Delivered to any Railway Station. Price List Free by Post. All who know these Wines tell us there is no Claret sold in Great Britain to equal them in value.

JAMES SMITH & CO.,
LIVERPOOL--37 North John St. MANCHESTER-26 Market St.

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I WENTY DOCTORS.-A Sufferer's Er

I perience of RHEUMATIC GOUT, with a to the amicted as to Diet, Dress, and Exercise. Pre | 6d. London: SIMPKIN AND Co.

MACMILLAN’S MAGAZINE.

APRIL, 1896.

STEPHANIE DE LIANCOURT.

before dinner. Try the black gnat I

tied yesterday, and don't deluder all The castle of Carrigadroghid occu- the fishes clean out of the water by pies a unique position, being built showing them those London beauties upon a rocky ledge rising from the of yours ;” my cheery friend holding bed of the Lee which winds past the tinselled contents of my fly-book through a typical Munster scene. I in the utmost contempt, as delusions should never have beheld its squared and snares for the sportsman alone. stone chimneys or dismantled gable. There had been promise of a cloudy ends if a chance journey to southern day when we started, but before I had Ireland had not resulted in a meeting thrown the first cast the sun was with my old friend Bob Speedwell, blazing in the intense blue of an Irish who insisted on my spending a few sky. The sport was not so good as on days at a cottage he was then renting the previous day and my interest in it near this lovely and secluded spot. soon waned ; but I consoled myself

The first day of my visit passed with the reflection that few unsuccessagreeably with rod and creel, but on ful anglers are blessed with such our return to Fern Lodge a letter scenery. It was close on noon when awaited my friend which, he explained, I caught sight of the gables of Carwould detain him in the neighbouring rigadroghid again. Leisurely reeling town of Macroom for some hours next up my line, I determined to halt here day. Desirous of saving Mrs. Speed- and while away an hour beside this well the task of entertaining me and grim relic of the old strenuous times keeping an eye to the devastations of of siege and foray. Unjointing my a clumsy girl who burlesqued the rod, I flung myself upon a bank conduties of a cook, I volunteered to ac- nected by an isthmus of sand with the company Bob on his drive and try my island on which the castle stands, and luck back along the Lee.

leaned back, my hat over my eyes, Accordingly, after an early break- trying to reconstruct the past from the fast next morning, we set off through legends Bob Speedwell had gathered the fresh air, riotous with the song of among the peasantry round : how it the larks, to a point close upon the was built to satisfy the caprice of bridge approaching the village of Ma- some dead and gone Una O'Carroll ; croom, where we parted. “Good luck, how Broghill besieged it, hanging old fellow," said Bob. “I'll be back Egan, the Bishop of Ross, before the No. 438.— VOL. LAY!!I.

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