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BUY the ORIGINAL (Gell's) DALBY's CA/tMINATIVE in all cases of diarrhcea, &c., and do not be pursuaded to purchase a

BUY the ORIGINAL (Gell's) DALBY's CA/tMINATIVE in all cases of diarrhcea, &c., and do not be pursuaded to purchase a

substitute, Price 1/9 per bottle; of all chemists—k. NEWBERY and SONS, 45, St. Paul's churchyard: established A.D. 1746. Third Edition, Post Free 6d, QPECTACLES : When to Wear and How to Use them? addressed to those who value their sight. By CHARLES A. LONG. Published by Bland a
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
RUPTURES—BY ROYAL LETT'ERS PATENT. WHITE'S MOC-MAIN LEVER TRUSS is allowed by upwards of 200 Medical Gentlemen, to be the most

RUPTURES—BY ROYAL LETT'ERS PATENT. WHITE'S MOC-MAIN LEVER TRUSS is allowed by upwards of 200 Medical Gentlemen, to be the most

effective invention in the curative toeatment of HERNIA. The use of a st el spring, so hurtful in its effects, is here avoided; a soft bandage being worn found the body, while the requisite tesisting powtr is supplied by the NIOC-MAIN PAD and PATENT LEVER fitting with so much ea
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
LIVER COMPLAINTS, BILE, AND -IL4 INDIGESTION CURED WITHOUT MERCURY.—There are only two medicines known which really act upon the Liver;

LIVER COMPLAINTS, BILE, AND -IL4 INDIGESTION CURED WITHOUT MERCURY.—There are only two medicines known which really act upon the Liver;

one is Mercury, in the form of Rue Pill or Calomel; tiae other is Dandelion; but it the public knew the thous Inds of people whose constitutions have been broken down by Mercury, Calomel, or Blue Pill, they would be persuaded to take no other aperient than Dr. KING's DANDELION a
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
PRINCE ALBERT CLUB.

PRINCE ALBERT CLUB.

The members of this club rowed an excellent fouroared race on Monday, for silver prizes, from Putney to Barnes. The result was as follows : Orange ... 1 White ... ... 2 Red ... ... 3 • Orange —Messrs. Rill, Burton, Melins, Disraare Fularton, coxswain. White—Messrs. Stump, Finlay
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
LATEST BETTING ON THE COURSE.

LATEST BETTING ON THE COURSE.

CESAREIVITC/1 STAKES. 9 to 1 against Golden Pippin (t 10 to 1 freely) 15 to 1 Killigrew (taken) 1,000 to 60 Dulcibella (taken) 20 to 1 Mavourneen (taken) 20 to 1 Barabbas (offered) 33 to 1 Bevis (taken) plOO to 1 Weatberbound (offered) 100 to 1 Conscript (offered) CAMBRIDGESHIRE
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
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qt Fon* uibe, FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1860. TYEATH-RATE OF TOWNS. THERE is always a grand antagonism kept up between talkers and doers. One would think they were haters of each other. But half the talkers talk of the honor of doing, and most of the doers are fon
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
GREAT WESTERN.

GREAT WESTERN.

FRO:kl PADDINGTON to the following stations :—Ealing, Flanwell, Southall, West-Drayton, Uxbridge, Langely, Slough, Windsor. First 7.15 a.m., last 7.0 p.m.; last to llanwell, Southall, West-Drayton, Slough, and Windsor, 11.30 par). From Windsor, first 7.55 a.m. ; last 10.55 pm; l
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
ART COLLECTIONS.-PERMANENT

ART COLLECTIONS.-PERMANENT

Apsley House, Piccadilly. Apply to Mr. Mitchell, Old Bond-street. Bridgewater House, Cleveland square, St. James's. Apply to Mr. Smith, 137, New Bond-street. Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, from 10 to 5. • Buckingham-palace. Admission by an order of the Lord Chamberl
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE

IMPORTANT NOTICE

THE TIMES NEWSPAPER and all other MORNING PAPERS supplied in town by 7 a.m.; LENT TO READ, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., is. per week, or eight bolus for Is.; six hours, Pd.; tbree hours. posted on the evening of publication, 23m. per quarter; on the second day, paid' in advance. All k
October 13, 1860 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England