MR. A. E. GRAYSON, Dentist,
(Successor to his Father, the late MR. JOHN GRAYSON)
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
S. K. THOMPSON,
117, HIGHGATE, KENDAL
J. OTTLEY ATKINSON,
31, STRAMONGATE, KENDAL
CARTES DE VISITE OR ALBUM PORTRAITS.
J. HENRY HOGG'S GALLERY, in the Garden
behind the Savings' Bank, STRICKLANDGATE,
**Sold Agent for HUGGON and Co.'s celebrated
HOARE & CO.S celebrated LONDON STOUT and PORTER
same price and quality as supplied to the Great International Exhibition of 1862.
MR. ADAM SUGDEN, Stricklandgate, Kendal, Agent.
SEVERS & BATESON'S
Pints, 1s 3d. Quarts 2s.
AUCTIONEER & APPRAISER,
12, CASTLE CRESCENT, KENDAL.
Sales of Farming Stock, Stock-in-Trade, Furniture, and all kinds of Personal Property conducted on reasonable terms.
SALE ACCOUNTS MADE OUT, COLLECTED OR AUDITED.
N.B. Agent to the Crown Life Assurance Company.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
M. DE ROME,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Stock and Share Broker, General Commission Agent, &c.
AFTER Fourteen years occupancy of his late office, begs to inform his numerous Patrons and Friends that he has removed to more eligible Premises at
NO. 25, STRAMONGATE, KENDAL.
Where he will be glad to attend to all further business.
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
TEA JUST AS IMPORTED FROM CHINA.
FAMILIES can be supplied with Original Packages of Good Sound MONING, CONGOU, in quarter-chests, containing 19-1/2 lbs and 20-1/2 lbs of Tea, at 2s per lb., less quantities 2s 4d. Each chest has an over-weight of 3/4 lb. of Tea.
Carriage paid on receipt of Post-office Order for £1 19s or £2 1s. Less 2-1/2 per cent for cash.
LETTERPRESS AND LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTING. - All Orders for Books, Pamphlets, &c., &c., received at the
And executed with neatness and despatch.
11, Finkle Street, Kendal.
ESTABLISHED 45 YEARS.
FIREWORKS ! FIREWORKS !!
Cannon Balls, Paper Caps, Gup Caps, Fire Balls, Balloons, Powder Flasks.
The Largest, the Cheapest, and Best Assortment in the City to select from
JOHN OWEN, 49, SHUDEHILL, MANCHESTER,
Importer and Dealer in all Kinds of Foreign and English Fancy Goods.
Shippers, Shopkeepers, and Auctioneers, Hawkers, and others, are most particularly requested to call and Inspect the Stock of NEW ARRIVALS from the Continent, for the approaching season, consisting of Toys of all sorts, Work Boxes, Desks, Dressing Cases, Leather Goods, Pearl Goods, Bird Shades, Flower and Fruit Shades, Clocks, Lustres, Glass of all kinds, Trays, Teapots, Cutlery, Brooches, Buckles, Perfumery, Pipes, Dominoes, Chess, Drafts, and all other kinds of FANCY GOODS.
Cases of Goods always packed up to suit any Trade from £2 to £5, and £10 to £15, well selected, of all kinds.
Note the Address:
The Old Established Toy Warehouse,
49 SHUDEHILL, OPPOSITE THOMAS-STREET
M A N C H E S T E R.
JOHN OWEN, Proprietor.
ISAAC P. HEAP,
(late R. HEAP and Son.)
BUILDER, TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANT,
CROSS LANE & CAPPER LANE, KENDAL.
HAS on hand a good Stock of Boards and Scantlings of every size and description.
Boards for 3/4 d. per superficial foot at the Works
Timber, Coals &c., on the most reasonable terms.
Prices, &c., on application.
Estimates given for Joiners and Carpenters Work.
Residence: 102, Kirkland, Kendal
is the only kind used in Her Majesty's Laundry.
THOSE LADIES who have not yet used the GLENFIELD STARCH, are respectfully solicited to give it a trial, and carefully follow out the directions printed on every package. It is rather more difficult to make than other Starches, but when this is overcome, they will say like the Queen's Laundress, that it is the finest Starch they ever used.
Reduction in Price of
LIEBIG'S COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT.
IN order to lead to an increased consumption of the above EXTRACT, the Company have reduced their Prices as under:
1 lb., 11s. 1/2 lb., 6d. 1/4 lb., 3s 2d. 2 oz., 1s 9d.
SEVERS & BATESON,
BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE,
Opposite the Market Hall,
CAST IRON SPOUTS, IRON TUBING, &c.
HENRY RUSHTON, Plumber &c., KENDAL.
PARTIES requiring SPOUTS, or IRON TUBES, can be supplied at the lowest prices.
All kinds of Gas-Fitting &c., done on the shortest notice.
WOOL PACK INN, KENDAL
BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public that he has on hand FOR HIRE, OPEN and CLOSE CARRIAGES, DRAGS, a neat PHAETON, WAGGONETTE, &c., at moderate charges.
Families contracted for by the Arnside Omnibus on the most reasonable terms.
PRINTING. -- Bills, Circulars, Cards, Labels, Cheque Books, &c., &c., executed on the shortest notice and moderate terms, and sent carriage free to any part of the district - at the
11, Finkle Street, Kendal
TO SHOPKEEPERS AND OTHERS. - The proprietor of the General Printing and "TIMES" OFFICE, is prepared to guarantee the satisfactory execution of all orders for printing of every description entrusted to his care.
11, Finkle Street, Kendal.
BROWN'S DYE WORKS, CARLISLE.
THE Guernsey Blue is dyed every week upon all Wool Cloths, Reps, and Merinoes.
All Orders left with the Agent will meet with prompt attention.
KENDAL AGENT - J. TOPPIN, Stramongate, Agent for Messrs. SUTTON, General Carriers, London and Manchester.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
GEORGE MOGERLEY, Pork Butcher, &c.,
BEGS to tender his best thanks to his numerous customers for their liberal support, and also to inform them that he has removed to the more extensive premises, No. 15, MERCERS LANE, MARKET PLACE, lately occupiedby MR. SHERRING, Butcher and Game Dealer, where he intends carrying on his business as Pork Butcher, Sausage Manufacturer, &c., and shall use his utmost endeavours to merit a continuance of their patronage.
September 3, 1869.
BARON AND HOGARTH, DRAPERS,
HAVING just received their New Winter Stock, are now in a position to show a very nice collection of all the newest materials, comprising
WINCEYS, REPS, FRENCH MERINOES, BLACK SILKS, PAISLEY AND WOOL SHAWLS, JACKETS, WATERPROOF CLOAKS, PRINTS, SKIRTS, SKIRTINGS, DAMASKS, SHEETS, BLANKETS, COUNTERPANES, CALICOES, FLANNELS, &c., &c.
BARON & HOGARTH, TAILORS & OUTFITTERS,
CALL attention to their new and extensive Stock of SCOTCH & WEST OF ENGLAND TWEEDS AND COATINGS,
Beavers, Whitneys, and Nap Overcoatings, Woollen Shirts, Shirtings, Ties, Scarfs, Collars, Gloves, &c.
A first-class 15s 6d. T R O U S E R S To measure, in all the newest patterns.
BARON AND HOGARTH, H A T T E R S,
ALWAYS have on hand a first-class assortment of Gentlemen's
FELT AND FANCY HATS,
Boys Hats, Caps, Glens, &c., in all the newest shapes.
JAMES'S EXQUISITE SAUCE. - This Sauce imparts a consummate zest to Roast Meats, Game, Fish, Steaks, Chops, Soups, or Salads, &c. Its fine Tonic properties invigorate the Stomach, materially improving both appetite and digestion, and it has the further recommendation of being more useful and economical than any other sauce.
Sold by most Chemists and Grocers, in bottle, 1s and 2s each, and wholesale by SUTTON and Co., London: and HIRST BROOKE, and HIRST, Leeds.
In Memory of
DECEASED RELATIVES AND FRIENDS.
In every variety, printed on the shortest notice. A very extensive assortment of patterns to select from. Suitable Verses for all ages and classes, AT THE
"TIMES" OFFICE, 11, FINKLE STREET, KENDAL.
Twelve Cards printed to any pattern for 1s 6d, and sent to any part of the Kingdom post free on receipt of the amount in stamps.
MRS. HARRIS HERBERT'S AMERICAN HAIR DRESSING.
IS the favourite Preparation used by the American Ladies for strengthening, vivifying, promoting the growth, and adding brilliancy, fragrance, and lustre to the Hair. It cures Baldness, and CHECKS FALLING OFF OF THE HAIR, And restores grey hair, to its natural colour, cleanses it of all impurities, thus preventing the formation of Scurf or Dandruff, giving it a soft, silky and wavy appearance.
IT IS NOT A DYE,
Nor does it stain the most delicate skin or finest head-dress, as it contains no Alkaline Earth, Cantharides, or any Acrid substance merely being intended to supply that natural nutriment to the scalp, of which it may be deficient either in quantity of quality: hence it is an
ESSENTIAL TOILET REQUISITE
For all who wish to have and preserve that choiciest gift of nature -- a good Head of Hair.
IT'S GREAT SALE IN AMERICA
Is in consequence of its well-known cooling, refreshing, and invigorating properties, not only on the Hair Roots, but likewise in keeping the head cool and preventing the headache, hence it is extensively patronised by the Members of the Senate, the House of Representatives, and all Ranks of Society throughout the Northern and Southern States of America, where it has been in general use for nearly TWENTY-FIVE YEARS.
So large is its sale that it was SPECIALLY mentioned as an article for Taxation by the American Minister of Finance at Washington, in 1862. (See "THE TIMES" American correspondent for 1862).
MRS. LAWRENCE, No. 78, Maldon Road, Haverstock, Hill, London, writes under date, September 23rd, 1863: ---------
"My hair, which was rapidly falling off and turning grey, has been completely restored by the use of your invaluable Hair Dressing. It is so pleasant to use, and gives the hair such a clean and brilliant appearance, that I am satisfied any person on using it, will never be without it."
From MISS L. BOWSER, Kingston Terrace, Holdrness Road, Hill, dated July 14th, 1868:....................................................
"My hair, which was becoming very thin, has been greatly thickened and improved through the use of your valuable Hair Dressing. It is a most pleasant and efficacious preparation for strengthening and improving the hair."
From MRS. CAMPBELL, Sanction Lodge, Yorkshire, dated July 15th, 1868:...................................................................
"Your Hair Dressing has given very great satisfaction to myself and friends. I have found it to thicken the hair and prevent it from falling off. In conjunction with the Hair Restoratives it has completely restored colour to the hair of a friend, which previously was nearly white; I can therefore confidentially recommend these preparations as very superior to any I have hitherto used."
MRS. H. HERBERT'S HAIR DRESSING is sold by all respectable chemists at 3s 6d and 7s each Bottle. A great saving is effected by purchasing the larger.
Each genuine Bottle bears MRS. HERBERT's Registered British Trade Mark (the American Eagle) and Signature on label and wrapper. Wholesale Agents MESSRS.J. SANGER and Sons, London.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO LADIES.
MRS. HERBERT has just issued an English edition of her Treatise on the Human Hair and its Physiology, comprising its varieties, treatment, beauty, and improvement: together with a few hints on the PRESERVATION OF THE COMPLEXION, intended for the guidance of those who wish to preserve beautify, and enhance their personal appearance: it can be obtained GRATIS of most respectable chemists and perfumers, or from the following agents -- for Kendal, M. BURTON, Chemist, Stricklandgate, and J. S. MEDCALFE, Chemist, 55, Highgate.
PROFESSIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS / ISAAC FEARON.
IMPORTANT TO THE AFFLICTED
A TRULY VALUABLE MEDICAL DISCOVERy.
ISAAC FEARON, farmer, Braithwaite, near Keswick, Cumberland, has discovered a certain cure for many distressing complaints, the efficacy of which he has tested for more than thirty years upon hundreds of persons in various parts of the country.
He has now changed his residence to Moor Row, near Whitehaven, Cumberland, (within 100 of the Railway Station), on the Cleator, and Egremont Railway.
The following complaints have been cured, to the surprise of many, after they had been given up by their professional attendants:...................Gout, Erysipelas, Chilblains, in all cases, have been cured. The medicine can be sent to any part. Inflammatory Erysipelas should be attended to as soon as possible. This medicine can be applied in any age without danger, and relief will be felt in a few hours.
Various patients of Erysipelas have been saved after the doctor said the brain was affected and they could not be saved. He has had many scores of cases of Erysipelas and never lost one; and still more lately he has promiscuously discovered a perfect cure for White Swelling, without breaking the skin, by easy application, but it takes from five to ten weeks to make a perfect cure.
This wonderful discovery has relieved many cripples, and saved many limbs that the doctors were going to cut off. This is one of the most surprising discoveries that has hitherto been published.
Also, Jaundice, Ulcerated Legs, Piles, Scorbutic Affections, Waterloo Itch, in four or five days, without causing any dirt or smell; no washing required -- large Eruptions running over different parts of the body -- also Sore Eyes, Setfasts, and all Skin Diseases -- Lumbago, and difficulty in making water -- and many cases of Scrofula have been cured by some simple means than has ever been in practice, and a care for Asthma by easy medicine and little cost; this cure I got from an American doctor.
All communications addressed to him at Moor Row, near Whitehaven, Cumberland, will have immediate attention, where a list, or register of cures is kept for the inspection and satisfaction of the afflicted.
Most of the above cured if a correct statement be given by letter, post paid, including an addressed envelope (stamped for reply). The cost, will be according to the nature of the case. All cases seen by himself. The patients may make their agreement of "No cure no pay", if where the patient can be under his own inspection, and the sum agreed for be guaranteed.
The following highly respectable gentlemen have permitted references to be made to them, viz., ....................................
REV. G. NEWBY, Borrowdale Parsonage
THOMAS SIMPSON, Esq., Borrowdale
MR. JOSEPH RICKERBY, agent for W. MARSHALL, Esq. M.P., Patterdale Hall
MR. WILLIAM TWEDDLE, Workington
MR. EDWARD BELL, Derwentwater Hotel, Portinscale, near Keswick
MR. WILLIAM HARKER, station-master, Whitehaven
MR. WILLIAM FAULDER, Veterinary Surgeon, Cockermouth
MR. T. HAYTON, wine and spirit merchant, New-street, Whitehaven
MR. THOMAS FALLOWS, High Bailiff, Keswick
MISS MARY KNOWLES, Highgate, Kendal.
It is marvellous the variety of diseases of long standing that have been cured by the above man; it is amazing, and how he has acquired his knowledge is unknown to any but himself.
NOTICE. ------- ISAAC FEARON is sorry to say in consequence of severe illness, he must discontinue his attendance at his usual places until further notice. Patients who cannot visit him at his residence, communicate by letter. Any one who may wish to be under his inspection for two or three weeks, which is sometimes necessary, can be accommodated on reasonable terms for board or lodgings.
ISAAC FEARON boldly challenges any one, either professional or otherwise, for the cure of gout in the feet, and erysipela in all various forms, either arising from scars or otherwise.
JAMES HOGARTH, TEA |DEALER|,
GROCER, AND PROVISION DEALER.
WHO has had Nine Years experience with MESSRS. JOHN BUTTERWITH and SON, begs most respectfully to announce to his Friends and the Public, that he has taken the Shop and Business lately occupied and carried on by MR. ROBERT WHINERY. Having purchased an entirely NEW STOCK, hopes, by strict attention to Business, to receive a share of Public Patronage.
12, Stramongate, Kendal
THE ANIMAL WORLD, Illustrated, price 2s. per month. No. 1 is now ready, and may be had of Partridge and Co., London, and of all Booksellers.
Liberal terms offered to trade agents who will introduce this Journal.
Reply to the Proprietors, ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS, 105, Jermyn Street, London, S.W.
Sold at the Kendal "TIMES" Office.
DAWSON'S OILS AND SALVES.
BEGS to inform the Public that he is now prepared to supply the above. The receipts have been in the family for upwards of two hundred years, and have been widely celebrated. They are infallable Cures for Bad Breasts, Inflammations, Wounds, Scalds, Burns, Sore Nibbles, Bad Legs, &c., &c., and can be supplied by rail, carrier, or throught the post, in bottles from 1s to 8s each. Salves and Plasters from 6d to 1s each.
JAMES DAWSON will attend at Kendal on Saturdays at MR. SINKINSON's, the Fleece Inn. Stainton is situated 5 miles from Kendal, and 8 miles from Milnthorpe.
Wayherd Cottage, Stainton,