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Electricity. by the Leading_Physicians as the Best, Safest, and most Effectual Remedy for Spinal Complaints, Incipient Consumption, Diarrhea, Pleurisy, Whma, Bronchitis, Epilepsy, Lumbago, Debility, Dropsy, Paralysis, Loss of Voice, Hysteria, Cutaneous Diseases, Nervousness, Indigestion,

i pitation, &c., and has Cured some of the most Obstinate and Distressing Cases, after all other Remedies (so called) have Failed. lote Sole Proprietors' Address-Pall Mall Electric Association, Limited, 21 Holborn Viaduct, London, RTANT

THE necessarily limited space at our Asine raison d'etre of the


lishing a tithe of the innumerable testiPALL MALL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION,

monials we have received, and from such REQUIRED

an imposing array as we possess-we LIMITED,

have literally cupboards full of them-it 21 HOL BORN VIADUCT.


would be invidious to make a restricted LONDON, E.C.,

selection. Wetherefore r rain from pub

FOR is, primarily, to develop Curative Elec


lishing any in this advertisement, but will

YEARS. tricity, and thus to popularise a safe,

send printed copies, post-free, to anycertain and agreeable remedy for the

body applying for them, or will permit multifarious ills that flesh is heir to, and

any applicant to inspect the originals at

21 Holborn Viaduct. We believe that in not to accumulate wealth at the expense of the afflicted, as is too much the cus

adopting this course

we are acting in consonance

with the wishes and intentions tom now-a-days. The Pall Mall Electric Association, Ltd., hereby undertake to

of those ladies and gentlemen who have

favoured us with their experience of the allow a liberal discount to Hospitals and

THE PALL MALE ELECTRIC ASSOEN Charitable Institutions, and to ministers

ELECTROPATHIC BELT, and who, notof all denominations who desire to assist

withstanding their earnest desire to make

ELECTRIC ASSOC poor members of their congregations to

their experience as widely known as pos.

sible for the benefit of other sufferers, obtain these celebrated appliances.

find it absolutely impossible to give due attention to the voluminous correspond

ence which the publication of their names A PRAISEWORTHY EFFORT

and addresses entails upon them. SeveIS NOW BEING MADE BY THE

ral have written us to that effect, and one

gentleman, whose world-wide fame as a PALL MALL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION,

scholar and scientist would doubtless LIMITED, FOR GENTLEMEN

account for his statements attracting so

much attention, assured us that he had 21 HOLBORN VIADUCT, LONDON, E.C..

received during one week opwards of five

hundred letters, some of them from reto rescue from qua kery the important

mote quarters of theglobe. The majority subject of Curative Execiricity which has been too long the sport of ignorant


of his correspondents merely desired an

assurance that the testimonial, as pubquacks and itinerant vendors of, so


lished was genuine. We would ask incalled, galvanic chains and worthless

tending purchasers to accept the fact of belts, made up of pieces of old crinoline


names and addresses being attached as steel temporarily magnetised, which

sufficient evidence of the genuineness of speedily lose any power they ever pos.


the testimonials we will send to anyone sessed, and thus disappoint the expecta

applying for them, and not to put the tions of those who are induced to pur


writers of them to the unnecessary trouchase them. The Pall Mall Flectric

ble of replying to such superfluous interAssociation. Ltd., numbers amongst its

rogatories. We cannot consent to the members some of the leading Electri. of day, that all BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS, WORTHLESS CHAINS, &c.

infliction of such a tax on the time of

those who desire to make known their ductions may be relied upon as scientifi- PLEASE FORWARD THE EXACT SIZE ROUND THE WAIST WHEN ORDERING THE "ELECTROPATHIC BELT."

experience; and therefore we refrain cally correct and thoroughly genuine, Mr. Kelly, M.E., the Consulting Electrician of the Association,

attends daily
for consultation (free)

from 10 to r, and from 3 to 5, at the Private from publishing their testimonials otherLondon Illustrated Paper, July 7, 1882. Consulting Rooms of the Pall Mall Electric Association, Ltd., 21 Holborn Viadrut, E.C. An experiencer lady is also in attendance daily. wise than in pamphlet form.

ON RECEIPT OF POST OFFICE ORDER OR CHEQUE FOR 21/-, made payable to C. B. HARNESS, Managing Director, THE PALL MALL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, 21 HOLBORN VIADUCT, LONDON, E.C., will forward, post-free, to any part, the ELECTROPATHIC BELT, as represented above, for either a lady or a gentleman. If you are suffering from any slight derangement, with the cause of which you are acquainted, send at once for an ELECTROPATHIC BELT, and obtain relief; but if you have any reason to fear that your case is serious or complicated, you are recominended to write for a private "Advice Form," and a copy of Testimonials. which will be forwarded post-free on application to THE PALL MALL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, LTN, 21 HOLBORN VIADUCT. LONDON, E.C.; the Consulting Medical Electrician will then personally advise you, FREE OF CHARGE, as to what treatment will be most suitable to your case, and you will thus avoid the risk of disappointment which the indiscriminate self-selection of appliances often entails on those who are unacquainted alike with the cause of their sufferings and the nature of the remedy they desire to apply.

Mall Electric Association, Limited. Every possible improvement that ingenuity could suggest has been adopted, and it is now offered to sufferers as the most comfortable, the most efectual, and the Cheapest adaptation of Curative Electricity ever invented. Do not be misled by the advertisements of peripatetic vendors of rubbishing app iances in which there is nothing electric but the name. Bervare a unscrupulous and unprincipled imitators.

A Forty-eight Page Treatise, entitled " ELECTROPATHY; or, DR. SCOTT'S GUIDE TO HEALTH," post-free on application,

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MAY Mixture, 191


Portly Passenger (A), 234
Member for Woodcock's Song (The), 136

Pride has Another Fall, 41
ACADEMICIANS at us Again (The), 254

ABOUT Ihat Weird Infinence, 144
Mems of the Month, 255

Privilege without Responsibility, 270
Ambassadors (The), 205.

Absurd, 260
Monsieur Champagne, 139

Proof Positive, 247
And that's how it would be, 71
Moral for the M.D.R.C., 132
Agreeing with a Difference, 83

Proof “Positive" Process, 39
And things are not what seem, 167

Amateurs (The), 191
Misdirected Congratulations, 199

Professional Pride, 265
An All-Rounder, 3

An Un-Fare Remark, 16

Puff and a Blow (A), 149
Missing H-! (The), 117

And just when she thought she 'd Hooked Put in a Logical Way, 97
An Exception to the Rule, 189

Him too! 151 An Improving Story for' Little Adulte. My Batavian One, 224

Putting Him up to a Wrinkle, 105

And Still Growing," 10 rators, 7

Not Unlikely, 29,
An Improved Way of Begging, 82

Another Useful Act, 95
Noted Change (The), 50

RACB-Y, 215
Another Demoniac Plot, 17

“Art, Beautiful Art," 129 Nothing Better, 138

Rather a Sharp Attack, 77 Art Season (The), 225

As to Landed Property, 115

Rational Dress Association (The), 236

Ay, there's the Rub!” 267
Old and New (The), 9

Real Sport, 150
BEAUTY Banisher (The), 126
Old Songs Reset, 11, 21, 97, 265

Rector and Cor-rector, 85
Bereaved, 274

BLUR-Belle (A), 107
Our Charlie Again, 239

Regular Employment, 13
Billingsgate Fetish (The), 200
Bitter Blow (A), 222
Our Extra-Special and the Missing Link, Blushing for his Country, 249

Returning to the Primitive, 100

Review Scraps, 131 Blighted Being (A), 83. 13; And Miss Louise Michel, 33; On Bonnie, Bonnie Scotland, 237

Reward of Virtue (The), 9
the Wearing of Medals, 43; And M.
Blunderberrys at Breakfast (The), 169, 171,

CABINET Question, 138
Grévy, 55 ; At the War Exhibition, 77 :| Caution, 212

Roasting Parnell, 196
183, 234, 237, 259
At Moscow, 99 : And the Wild Horses, Cave Canes ! 99

Rubbing it In, 12 Bridge Question (The), 195

121; At the Electric Exhibition, 143; Child Affected with the Fish Craze, 225 By Deputy, 253 On a Fishy Subject, 180; At the Chess Common Form of Sympathizer (A), 56

SA-TIS Jam! (A), 3

Search (The), 211
Tournament, 191; And the Russian
CAPITAL Arrangement (A), 180

Compliment (A), 55
Waxworks, 215

Seaside Sufferer (A), 256, 266, 269

Constitooshinal, 224
Complete Refutation (A), 103

Sell (A), 33
Conversations for the Times, 28, 125, 147,
Our Hard-up Contributor, 61
Crême de la Crême, 119

Shali we Open our Art Galleries? 203
233, 254
Painful Subject (A). 49

Sketches at the Royal Academy, 196, 206, Conversion, 185

DESIRABLE Position (A), 245 "Patience, Justice, Sympathy." 105

240 Crowned at Last, 77

Difficulty (A), 227
Pleasant Position (A), 179
Directors' Dummy (The), 137

“Sleepless Himself, to give to Others
Plon-Plon in Prison, 33

Sleep," 175
DANCER'S Land, 104
Danubian Puzzles, 99
Praising the Prophet, 202

“EXCELLENTES ! vos Indications Pierre, Sportive Savant (The), 84 Departure from Custom (A), 168

mais très techniques," 20 Random Shots, 249

TEACHING the Young Idea, 29
Desperate Undertaking (A), 81

Eye-Witness Hallucination (The), 164
Rational or Ridiculous, 236

That Retarded Postal Delivery Question, 4
Directors' Dirge (The). 119
Recent Gales (The), 59
Fare Question and a Fare Answer (A), 193 Those Debts, 269

There's Many a True Word," etc., 235 Dis-tress-ing Ditty (A), 212

Reckless Riders, 247 Ditties of the Day, 7, 17, 27, 37, 49, 59, 71, Retiring, 155

Five a.m., 87

Those Reliefs, 201 81, 93, 103, 117, 125, 139, 147, 157, 167,

Forethought, 185
Review on the Brain, 121

Three Valentines, 63 174, 189, 199, 209, 216, 228, 243, 253, 263 Roadside Philosophy, 235

Fun's Derby Hieroglyphic, 213

'Tis Better Not to Know, 52 Don't Try it on with Him, 174 Room for Enterprise, 2 59

Tow-path Items, 118 Dots by the Way, 149

Game of Buttons (The), 180

“ Trade Custom" Swindle Again (The), 51 Royal Row (A), 10 Dynamite and Dagger, 131

Gruel-ty, 50

Tropical Tragedy (A), 182, 192
Saucy Story (A), 225
ERRING Errington, 246

HATTITUDE is Everything, 53

VALENTINES I Have Sent, 72
Science of Cheek (The), 116
Here Stands a Post, 143

Valentine Fancies, 73
Fact-FANCIES, 9, 39, 50, 85, 129, 161
Scoit-Free, 38

Highest Tribunal (The), 34
Fearful Sentence (A), 243
Signs of Dissolution, 37

Very Forward Play, 246
Honour to whom Honour is Due, 170
Slashes and Puffs, 2, 12, 22, 32, 42, 54, 64, How to Climb, 140

Very True, 154
Form of Insanity (A), 8

76, 86, 98, 108, 120, 130, 142, 152, 162, How to Remove an Obstacle, 128 Fun's Condensed Library, 18

“Waity" Question (A), 40 172, 184, 194, 204, 214, 226, 238, 248, 258,

Water Torture (The), 14
GATHERING Crowd (The), 153

In the Conservatory, 23
Social Sketches, 28, 38, 44, 60, 65, 82, 88, Intelligible, 205

Weird Influence (A), 122
Gut it Himself this Time. 210

What a Fall was there ! 61 104, 110, 126, 132, 148, 158, 168, 179 Great Central Anxiety (The), 60

Inventive, 183

Where! 250
Solemn Joke (A), 209
Greeting to the Glorious One (A), 23

Ireland and the Hounds, 30

Wouldn't do at all, 223
Gustave Doré, 41

Something New about Valentines, 63
Songs of St. Stephen's (The), 220

(W)rap for Him (A), 11

J. B. in the Streets, 78
HAD! 141
Songs of the West, 8

Johnny's Limners, 181
Harbinger of Spring (The), 235
Springs and the Book (The), 143

Jolly Little Fellow, 169
Hard on the Passenger, 93
Stage Realism and Modern Criticism, 33

Stalking-Horse (The), 157
Harmless, 107

KITCHEN Confidence (A), 31
Health of the Count and the Queen, 232
Sterling British Pluck, 148

BALANCING his Books, 15
Storm and Stress, 61
His Cherryshed Pastime, 150

MENTAL Derangement, 257

Bill Hatching, 241
Suitable Contribution (A), 94
How could He? 244

Mere Baby to Him (A), 173

Caught at Last, 90
" How the Rich Live," 264, 273
Sarfeit of Enjoyments (A), 222
Mixed, 74

Champion Runner (The), 165
More Frankenstein Business, 66

Conquering Hero (The), 25
INNOCENT Informer (The), 94

Coronation of the Czar, 230
THAT Task Again, 169
More than a Match, 96

Easter Eggs for Brighton, 123
In Memoriam, 274
Theory of the Evolution of Valentines, 65 Most Musical, Most Melancholy, 141
Most Probable, 21

Fish and the Fishmonger (The), 197
Intelligent Foreigner in Parliament, 83. Trio (A), 192

“Home, Sweet Home," 68 87, 105, 109, 127. 131, 159, 163, 173, 185, Turf Cuttings, 21, 30, 43, 53, 72, 75, 106,

Idol of the Day (The), 176 200, 210, 233, 244, 249, 265, 267

109, 140, 170, 182, 205, 221, 234, 239, 255, NBARING the End, 75
Never Intended, 186

In Training, 207
JUSTIFIABLE Suspicions, 216

Nitro-Glycerine, 161

Like a Giant Refreshed, 101
UNACCOMPLISHED Toiler (The), 228
Not Far Out, 153

March Past (The), 134
Not Inconsolable, 274

Master and Pupil, 145
KEEPING it Warm, 55

Unveiling It, 153
Useful and Ornamental, 257

Not so "Green as his Nation, 127 New Year's Party (The), 5
Knicknacks, 190

On View, 155,
Off to the Meet, 43

Riding their Hobbies, 218
VALUABLE Right (A), 88
LARGB Order (A), 110

Old Salt (An), 255

River Mashers (The), 112 "Varsity Blues (The), 114 Latest Amenity (The), 138

On the Hire System, 94

Sisters-in-Lords (The), 251
Vastly Improved, 44
Lays from Lemprière, 92

On the River, 116

Song of the New Law Courts (The), 57
Very Man (The), 158
Left Out, 263

Opening of the Royal Academy, 195

Tit for Tat, 35 Léon Gambetta, 19

Our Provident Way, 24

Telephonic Statesmanship, 79
Lesseps and Cook, 128
WAR? 239

Temperance for the Army, 46
Libellous, 87
Warm Watery Warble (A), 159
Past and Gone, 62

Thought-Reading, 271
Little Too Much (A), 27
Well Carried Out, 190
Permanent Employment, 159,

Watering his Plants, 187
Louise and her Followers, 128

Wildest Pantomime of 'em all, 18 Pleasures of Fishing in the Highlands, 160 1857 and 1883, 261

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