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RED HEART RUM. Acknowledged to be the Purest and Safest Stimulant. GRIMAULT & CO.'S MATICO LIQUID.

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MILNERS'

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NEW AND SECOND-HAND

BEST AND

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IMPERIAL OTTOMAN HEALER.

SAFES

DISTINGUISHED FOR UNIFORMLY SUPERIOR QUALITY. PARCELS POST ANTICIPATED.

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The Sweetest Scent HANDS' AFTERNOON TEA, 5)- per Ib. (the perfection of Tea). HANDS' BLENDED KAISOWS, 4/- per Ib.

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AT
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by their testimony a most wonderful and perfect remedy for the core of BURNS, SCALDS, Sun-
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TOWN OR COUNTRY.
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Negociators, SANGSTER & Co.'s

"SALOP INFIRMARY, SHREWSBURY, January 24th, 1882. 3 WARWICK COURT, UMBRELLAS.

"SIR, I have much pleasure in bearing testimony to the value of your 'IMPERIAL OTTOMÁN HEALER.'
It supplies a want long felt in the Medical Profession, doing away altogether with the old and injurious system

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Every Travelling Trunk and Houschold in the World

ought to contain a Bottle of CHRISTMAS PUDDING

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Prepared from Sound Ripe Fruit, as a Health-giving, Cooling,

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It is the best Preventive and Cure for Blliousness, Sick

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Constipation, Vomiting, Thirst, etc, and to remove the

effects of errors in Eating and Drinking. How to enjoy good food, that would otherwise cause bilious headache, disordered stomach, poisoned blood, &c., &c., use

STIMULANTS AND INSUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF

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tomers for ENO'S FRUIT SALT would not be without it upon From the Rev. Dr. HURST, Vicar of Collerly :-"I have used your Fruit Salt for many years, and have verified your state

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THE GREAT BATTLE OF THIS LIFE THE ART

OF CONQUEST IS LOST WITHOUT THE ART OF E

J.C. ENO, Esq., London. SIR, -After two years' trial of your excellent FRUIT SALT, ! press to you my gratitude for the wonderful preventive of sick headache which you have given can safely say that it has saved me much misery from Colonial severs, indigestion, and impaired to the world in your FRUIT SALT. For two years and a half I suffered much from sick headappetite, to which I have been subject during eleven years' residence in the tropics. It is inache, and seldom passed a week without one or more attacks. Five months ago I commenced valuable to travellers as a preventive of sea sickness and a relief from the other ailments of life taking your FRUIT SALT daily, and have not had one headache during that time; whereas aboard ship; and, for myself, I would as soon think of going a voyage without my tooth brush formerly everything but the plainest food disagreed with me. I am now almost indifferent as as my bottle of FRUIT SALT. With ordinary care it does not get hard and caked as other to diet. One quality your medicine has above others of its kind is that to it the patient does effervescent preparations do in warm and humid climates, and this is greatly in its favour.-I not become a slave and I am now finding myself able gradually to discontinue its use. I canam. Sir, yours respectfully, W. J. B."

not thank you sufficiently for conferring on me such a benefit, and if this letter can be used in P.S. 'If you choose to make use of this, or any part of it, you are at liberty to do so, without any way I shall be really glad, merely begging that the initials only of my name may be quoting the name, or you may use the initials."

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Prepared only by J. C. ENO'S PATENT at ENO'S FRUIT SALT WORKS, Hatcham, London, S.E. Sold by all Chemists.

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COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, &c. CAUTION-CHLORODYNE

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DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE (The Original and Only Genuine) is the best and most certain Remedy for Coughs, Colds,

Asthma, Consumption, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Diarrhoea, Dysentery Fevers, &c.
DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE.-CAUTION.- None genuine without the words “Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne" on

the Government Stamp. Overwhelming medical testimony accompanies each bottle.
Sole Madufacturer. J. T. DAVENPORT, 83 GREAT RUSSELL ST., BLOOMSBURY. LONDON. 8old in Bottles at 114, 2/9, and 4/6, by all Chemists.

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JANUARY.

31 Days.
IM Queen's 17 W kranklin
2 T (tax's due 16 Th (b. 1706
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(b. 2642 19 FJS. Watt
4 Th (Newton 20 S
SF Sir Isaac 21 s Septu'ge.

s Epiphing 22 Msima S.
7 S Sun.af. 23 T Canon
8 M (Epiph. 24 W [King-
9 T Fire Ins 25 Th (leyd. 1875
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13 S (Epiph. 29 M (ma S.
141 S 2 Sun.af.30 T (Ter.end:
15 M Ox. Lent 31 W Hilary L.
rol T Term b.

FEBRUARY.

28 Days.
I Thimas day 16 F Lin. Mur.
2 F Candle. 17 S (ray d. '20
(ges. S. 18 S 2 Sur. in

2
4 S Quang'a- 19 M

(Leni 5 M (Tuesday 20 T (toh 22m. 8 T Shrove 21 W (of day w Ash Wd. 22 Th Length

Tu Qn. Mary 23 F [d. 1806 91 F (b. 1516 24 s J. Barry 10 S (Lene 25 S 3 Sun, in Us ist S. in 26 M

(Leni (2 M (tion 1688 271 T

(b. 1533 13 T Revolu- 28 W Montgue 14 W S. Valen.

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MARCH. 31 Days.

(1877 27 S S. Patrid 2 F (died, 18 S Palm 3 S G. Odger 19, M (Sunday 4 S 4 Sun, in 20 T 16. 1797 5 M

(Lent 21 W (Germny 6 T [1864 22 Th Empr. o 7 W (Victor b. 23 F Good & Th PunceAl, 24 S (Friday

F (m. 1863 25 s Easter 10 S Pr. Wales 20 M (Sunday US 5 Sun, in 27 T (d. 1520 12 M (Lent 28 W Raffaelle 13 T Alex. Il 29 Th Stock Ex 14 w (as., 1881 36 F (change 15 Th Dk. Kent 31 S (panic, FI 1831

(1078

15 Th

APRIL.

30 Days.
IS Ist Sumt16 M Battle of
2 M (dayafter 17 T (Culloden

T (Easter 18 W (1746
4 W Oliver 19 Th Ld. Bea
Th[Goldsinh 20 F (consfield
F (d. 1774 21 S [d. 1880

Easter 22 S 47 S. af.
S and S af. 23 M 1 Easter
M Lord

[b. 1843
T (Bacon

W Prs, Alice W (d. 1626 25 Th Eruption (2 Th Ib. 1857 27 F (of Vesu 13 F (B -atrice 28 s (vius, 1872 14S Princess 29 S Rogation 115 S and S.af. 70 M (Sunday

I Enster

MAY.

31 Days.
T (d. 1845 17 Th Pr. Tal.
W (T. Hood, 18 F [leyrand
Th Ascens'N 19 S [8.1834
F Liv'stone 26, S Trinity

S (d. 18732' M (Sunday
6 s Sun, aj. 22 T (b. 1815

M(Ascer. 23 W (Victori
8 T (lerd 1805 24 Th Queen
9 WF. Schi.- 25 F Prs. Hel.
10 Th (shot 1810 26 [b. 1841
1F Perceval 27 S ist S. aj
12 s (Sunday 28 M (Trinity
13 S Whit 29 T Chas. II.
114 M Bank

30 W (rstd. 1666
15 T (and gen. 31 Th Canton
11o W Holiday

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JUNE.

30 Days.
1 F Howe's 116, S (Trinity
2 S (vic. 1794 171 S 4th S. as
3 S and S. af 18 M Battle of
4M (Trinity 19 T (Water

T Weber 20 W floo, 1815
W saied 21 Th Summer
Th (1826 22 F (coni'ces

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(Day 13 W DrYoung 28 Th Coro'tion 14 Thl (d. 1844 29 F Globe 15 FT. Camp. 30 S (Theatre

ibnt. 16131

24 T

JULY.

31 Days.
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M (Trinity 18 W (berforce
T(m. 1866 19 Th Bp. Wil.
Helena 20 F

d. 1799
Th Princess 21 S R. Burns
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28 s Wi brfce. 13 F (des. 1789 29 S 10 S. af. 14 S Bastille 30% (Trinity 15 S 8h S. af. 31 T 1. Loyola 16 M Trinity

d. 1556

AUGUST.

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(d. 1786
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4 S Shelley 20 M (Trinity
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Trinity 3 M Cromw'll 18 T Btl. Alma 4 T (d. 1658 19 W (1854 5 W (sunk, 70 20 Th Manx ii't 6 Th (Captain 21 F (lost, 1787 7 F HMS 22 S (Trinity 8 S (Trinity 23 S 18th S. & 9! S 16th S. a. 24 M [d. 1808 10 M Tea first 25 T Porson u T (imp. 1391 36 W Balaclva 12 W Blucher 27 Th (tn. 1854 13 Th (d. 1819 28 F (Day 14 F Duke of 29 s Michms. 15 s (Wingtn 30 S 19 S. aft.

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F (Rennie 21 S 22nd S.a.
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13 S (Trinity 29 M Bristol
14 S 21st S. a. 30 T (riots, '31
15 M Virgil b. 31 W Al Hal
15 T

NOVEMBER.

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31 Days. IS (Adveni 17, MOx. Mich. 2 S 1st S. in 18 T (T. ends 3 M

19 W

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TIME'S TRICK-CHANGE.

HERE's a little "situation” from

the pantomime called Life;

Or, Harlequin the Dwelling place of

Happiness and Strife,
A varied piece, that at the “Globe”

has had a lengthened “run,"
But-to properly enjoy it, one should,

’twixt the acts, read Fun.

The “opening

was brilliant, and

its“ business" was sublime-
The brightest scenes were"Infancy”

and "Childhood's Fairy Time”.

Then the “Realms of Love and

Courtship" (in which Venus, as

the Queen,

Blessed many youths and maidens)

was the Transformation Scene.
Then what they call the “ comic

came next upon the bills,
All made of “rough-and-tumble biz,

of “rallies," "rows."and“spills.'
Unsuspecting folk were sat upon by

Funny Fate, the Clown ;
At times he laughed and joked

with them, at times he knocked
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Good News FOR THE OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL.-'Igh water may be had It is said to be difficult to foretell the death of anything, yet the almanacs at London Bridge every day next year.

tell us that on a certain date "Fire Insurances will expire. JANUARY AND FEBRUARY.

On the 1st of January the good little boys of the Stock Exchange have a holiday, probably taken in order to allow them time to renew their dog licences. Those gentlemen who are not the proprietors of dogs usually spend the day by perusing such books as Paley's “Evidences of Christianity," or Young's “Night Thoughts.” Dark lines round their eyes indicative of deep study may be observed on the end of January. Colds and coughs are sure to be prevalent. Even Irish patriots and Socialist leaders may be seen in their bed-rooms, rubbing tallow candles on their noses.

“February brings the rain,” Milton or
somebody else remarks. Inasmuch as, in this
brutal climate of ours, every other month does
the same, this statement does not worry us.
The semi-melted bits of ice during this month
afford the pickpockets most excellent oppor-
tunities of slipping and catching hold of obese

old gentlemen's watch-chains, to save them.
roam-
selves from nasty falls. The instinct of self-

demon cat fate I plainly
In the path of Aquarius happened to stray, so the "Tote" kindly preservation is implanted in all animated for matutinal meal you" ve been bought ; but you'll soon be
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