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MARRIAGE OF PRINCE LEOPOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

ilAREIAGK OF PBD.'CE LEOPOLD. ' I The event of the week has been the marriage of the Dote of Albany to the Princess Helen of Waldeck, which was celebrated with dne pomp and ceremony -in fit. George's Chapel, Windsor, yesterday, April 27. The bride reached two days previously, on Tuesday, April 25. An enthusiastic welcome awaited ner wnen sne turned at queens-, borough — in weather which was anything bnt Royal — and her journey thence to Windsor was a genuinely triumphal pro gress. On Thursday the weather was -per-. feet. The air was cold, but fiie sky was brilliantly clear, the sun shone all .day. Everything passed off admirably. The ap- - preaches to 'St: George's Chapel were crowded with gaily-drEssed tzDops ot loyal spectators. The uniform, the dreeses, the rich tints of the painted glass windows reflected upon the floor, the knightly pennons hanging from the mnf — tiuw* and TTiRnv other features in the spectacle caused the interior of the .building to be an unbroken mass of magn...

English Extracts. BALLOONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

English Extracts. bamxkhokg. Cat. Bwsx, who te some weds padi'haa. Tjeea mxkinf prepsrafanns . *a in a balloon to France, parted from Canterbnry cm moming. (tt jme ja»,s acr jy -3JV-- RTwinwingj-timmAiifc a* JL30 the balloon was let go, and amid the Wtahinir of thousands of people die glided ^ ? z3 e litrio Twllafi banr ptmrir law uuit-au, — -? 1 '. Sbown-out to - make her: asocM JnDJB /juicily. Sie arrived off Dover at 12-40, and raaanf over Sb^B^ie^e t^iff .the. advCTi turas^ fosmd' themselves, about two odoct, ten miles from that town. Th^ fomJ,^ however, that they were not making tor yioht etmrse, and that they wcxe dowly. drifth^torads the Nmth Sea, .into whidi they deemed it wise to deseoid and take their _T ? ? -f luniii TlU^wl DTI far.ft wwinff ' ?reset Acoordin^r the two KronaniB donned their cork jackets, and. Mr. Simmons j having lifted the valve, in an instant the ear ?mA the water with a foroe that nearly j 6ent the Colonel into the sea. The time now was about 2.30, and...

Our Senate and our [?] LAW, AND LAW [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

Oar Senate and onrS^E LAW, AKD LAW EBB® (Br. odr Pasbula CoBiisflB Codktri constituencies l»B| twitted by metropolitan ngEjj sending 'road iand' bridge agBM presentatives to the House sj^H ?and charged with being colonists, abrogating the 4H greatest good of the gruBHI -Ye migQt witu enquiring. what portion SB pohtan press js devoted fa jjj good . of fiie ' whole oo^wSB whether the general tone ofJVKH tiie city is not in the direcbii^H andsuburbs ? In all^helwvn there lurks fiie idea, that and - by the citizcns, should WMB thing for the weU-being of be hatched, matured, and ^jaHj the world && law and rule. our co On try members have constitiienaes is a worid-w^HMj if a httie more oaW selection of our repres^JH Jseni rfe will tsease to be a W'Bl ^ile men. They _will jjBHfe not selected for thmr virtnei^H villiany.^ That; Baker ' sent any community bou^.^^HB proved^by his emulsion ; : arises, -were none of the . his. prbalivitieB j or - iM JjW previous to his election ...

Merimbula to [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

Menmbnla to nJ TV* . fBtocE ffimfc. » H tofa^Pq-brief.^M .bnla m my last to yon, ^ wasm waiting. We sta^H ifaat littls seaport with driven by fiiat steady axTl^H and, proprirtwy William C^H txafch -being literallyp^, WH (cuui Merimbnla view of the ocean Ibr ^ ''BB a. ^pauorauia-iiKe picture .PW and flie little bay with llH ' Allowrie ' discharging pony's steam droghfir. uj^H the road we meet ig from, its position ! thiak^^w have been studying House.' It eeems tobeii^BH of those Bine Gums to eheltn^B southerly winds. Hill'j ZOI house, abont sit miles ? ?; '''J. FBaoing a -1 IHI oar driver did not stop lVH give you any descrinHr^BKi heard, fiiat it is famous and also ' as a halting pwBKf brides and bridegrooms. farther on we come to tannery owned by Messrs.{tHH and.doing B large trade, t&BH told fiiat the starting of prise was mainly due to the ,381 infiuenceofa Mr. Comas 0[mBR whose exertions have been mental in -establishing a rjBDB dnstries. I am told in. connection with th...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

The demoostntioa at Cobargo bst - wedc on |3is ootnpletion of the new ' bridge in &it%ramliip has a eignifi cance beyond 'the mere fogstmg mj speech making Dot the oocaaon gave rise to, and if the Cobargo folks follow np the advantage the;, have gained they will deserve the giantm of those interested in the advancement of the northern portion of -oar district. Hie first practical move towards the demon stration referred to arose out of a sug gestion in the columns of this paper, and Tight well did the committee ap pointed at the meeting that was the re sult of that suggestion cany ont the task tbej had in hand. They have made the e-rintrace of Cobargo known, and they hare broaght prominently under the notice of oar rnlere the fact that a laige and commercially impor tant township has grown np oat of what a few years bank was a mere road side settlement , A glance at the coon try, of which Cobargo is the natural centre, will show that bat little foresight was necessary to pre...

THE RESERVES. [To the Editor of the Bega Standard.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

THE RESERVES. [2b tie EUter of the Btga Stmdan f.1 Sib. — I noticed in the two last two issues of your valuable papa:, reference to the Bega Reserves. And I quite agree with you that fiie matter ought to be seen into with delay. A public meeting ought to be held, and the matter discussed, to see if tli ere is enough reserved for all purposes. I r emaps tne small portion reserved may be enough for our present purpose, bat seeing the importance of this fast rising district, the next generation may not bless as for our apathy and neglect in not re questing a larger public domain for their use. Once it is sold it is gone, and a'gone. Don't we daily suffer the inconvenience of our cramped np public buildings, through fiie shortsightedness and neglect of those who ought to have been heard in matters — vie. fiie public generally — some fifteen or twenty years ago. And if I am ] rightly informed that Taxragauda reserve is only a temporary afiair? If soy on have along way over-stated our com...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

QUE. TELEGRAMS. [J rem w Tttyrapiv CcmtprMdexU.'] „ STDSET, Jhse 15. v jIesses. Goodlet and BmiHi'E «»se «cD' tinned yesterday and dill unfinished; eyjiTOTrP fiff jagmtifik wrndnflal SJiafiWBa vritnesses far tlie defence ernmined. BnrtalassanltCiHiimittedlastiught.A young w|'11 named Chisnolm quietly ci-mtmpin (Iwirge-street. whenayoni^ mnn np arid neat him. wnn a eosk, cil when down ticked -him in the face, breaking his jaw and lacerating iris brow. -Sir John Bobertson emphatically denies the tmtti pf ths. ^statement jn the Echo xroe&erAiLV that the Executive sent a cable gram to Sir Henry Partes giving him the option of returning in time for the open ing of Parliament or cl throwing np the polities! sponge ? T _ 'Victorian Government in a critical posi tion over the proposed remission of tax ations. ffcaneis' party threaten opposition and urge the Government to d3ra' pro- posed remissions till after flit new loan is finatgfl. The Tariff conunidoners' re port submitted. Woo...

THE BULLETIN. (TO the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

THE BDIiLETLN. ( To tie Editor pf the Bega Standard) Sie, — Your talented contemporary the Bega Gazette in its issue of May 27th last, quotes the statement of a 'new weekly paper' ' that Messrs. Haynes and Archi bald are about to sever their connection ?rith the Bulletin, and start a new morn ing paper,' and then makes fiie bewilder ing assertion, on its own responsibility apparently, that ' this rumour is not at nil improbable, as the eatieate cordiale. existing between the ostensible proprietors of the Bulletin, is well known to be some what strained.' Having yesterday arrived in Bega, and. had my notice drawn to the above efinsion, j I desire with your permission to say with I regard to the first part of it, that Messrs. Haynes and Archibald have no intention whatever of severing their connection with the Bulletin, and that there is not me sugntest trutn in, or tonnnanon tor, fiie statement alluded to. . Before the words ' this rumour' a sen tence lias evidently been accidentally...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] j LOXDOK, Wbdsesdat. j Australiaxb v. Derbyshire, latter 1st. innings, 106; J. Plaits contributing 33. Australians, 2 out for 122 ; Massif 66 ; Bannennan 24. Shaw and Selby ad dressed a letter to Maiylebone Club em - phatieally denying the truth of ft' scan dalous proceedings imputed, to caaws team while in An«=tralin. TTnnlnn recovering from his recent ill ness. Khedive accompanied by Dervish Pasha, also by commissioner, gone to Alexandria to enquire circumstances of re cent outbreak. The British Consul re covering. Arabi Pasha promised to obey file Khedive, and guarantees security to Europeans and to maintain order in Egypt. The Italian Government refuses to assist England and France in interfer ing in the affaire of Egypt by means of an armed force. LONDON, Thcesdat. Cosscls-Gkvfr vr. of several European powers gone to Alexandria where the Khedive and Dervish Pasha, the Turkish Commissioner, are engaged in enquiring into fiie cause of recent disturbance. A n...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

I Bofcert Frahds Barns, now awaiting trial at lMliianH'. fa- ttie wmfcr of Clurls Forbes, near Stawell, is suspected -if having mbbed aad killed a mate of his Qmnlivan near Dnnkeld-Bboot two years ago. a'WMn^iiniii qweu ui a (TOW* The Aostralian ^even wete overlooked in the unites to a'londieoD, and althoach amide apologies wae made, Murdoch and bis men declined to 'H'*! It «»«?« ^ this distance, fiiat fiie cmisaon oould natdly be uGitfbng ftan m ^ luncheon to the cricketers without an invi tation to the oicketera, seems like putting cntte play of Hamlet; minm fiie Prince of IVriiiiwrk. Mr. If^rdochV pereistent refusal to attend wooldlead to fiie belief that he knew what was gang en 'behind fiie scenes- ' A horrible tnnrder was discovered at Too wotmba on Wednesday wedc. A dainman tiarfipd Michael Irwin left home near the waterworis on Moodaj to collect -^.1,, ram customers, and nothing being heard ci him, the police were communicated w.th and * search was imtiinl^ rweniHng m tfic b...

The Late General [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

Tie Late Cs^srsl Garn^L j (Feox Mes or ths Ti*E.) 'Gcekfpz Girrbildi was bore at Ktcf. j of poor parents, Jg'v 22. lST'T. Hir- j in°- ilanjs been ii»d tbe ses. be nude -vbsk T«y ycKiag, to Odessa and to Boece. VTsec Le was t^reccr-foer, he joectce Ei\ed np'srilh Mazaim ta a o^pinc^ agsicsi ^.kiries A Ftuaar C nut /?/ ??? ? -f * ?«- AWl. pe![ed to leave bis OEnEy. In iS3i be was mgiia ia. troabie, aril va cxjo deaaed to dea& ia his abr^eace for t similar attempt. He escaped to Fraii^e. sad st HirseiStfs, ^sbxBsss fnrrfafilF there by teodajr toe- pitisnts ia a cboJera hospital 'srfcoci t&e ncrses bad desert -A Thetiae fee aikd is aa 1 E^ypttaa, oorsette, ts& olwred Lis a&r- vices to tbe Be*- of Tccis ; but the j lift- wis sot stirring eoocgk for hiss. | and Is ISS5 be gave bis svocd to ti« repabCc of Bio Graciie, t&ea at war wrrfs BraziL Hie deelired -srir on Brazil with 16 sat in a Tessel of SO toes, bat *13 taken prisoner at Cials gaajr. aad 0...

SERIOUS OUTBREAK IN EGYPT. LONDON JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

SERIOUS OUTBREAK IK' EGYPT. [Fbom the Peess Teleoraxs.] LOXDOST. Jcxk 11. TuMKgence jost received Egypt tfiites that a fienoos Qsng !*« to-day amongst the natire inii,iuij,ni« of AWiwhia, whose hostility to the foro^n reaidoits of ' the city has freqqfntlj been mamfested of late- The nafzras. assembled in large nmnben, aad proceeded to fiie JSmoptaui qnaitCT, wnere they Bodneniy violaitly ntturirnfl the Enrapean^ who were miaHe to ullg way defence. * The mob fleeo5 went to the Hotish Consrilate, whsze they attacked the -hmmtpy. Before tbe ftwmi Vr C. A. Oookson, could itig eacape, he was dehgeroosly wooaded. Seroal other Enropeuis wrae kffled and wounded, amongst than bring the chief engineer of H VR Superb, now Ijing ill the harbour of AW. andoa, who was brutally V3LJ Th» native autlHinties did all in ftw, pows to qndl fiie ffistarbences, and nltimateiy the mililaiy were called ont, and ^ni- great -fiffi-'j»lly in dispeceh^ pitgmlace and restoring order. „ ' : JeSE 12. rnrther aonc...

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 15TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 15m JOKE. Saxcbl Sereombe, 80 acres, at Tanja-21st section, south of his, formerly C. Hall's 40 acres, and east of Go wing and Kelly's land. Thomas Hunter, 40 acres, Tanja, 21st section, north of his O-P. and adioininff the T„Vn J _ George Black, 40 acres, Bournda, sec tion 13, starting from a marked tree. George Robert Salw»y, 40 acres, Karira, 2^secfeay adjoining northern boundary George Salway, 40 acres or more, Kanra, 21st section, between Ins measured portions (formerly Henry's) *nd fiie Ber magmroad.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

Esuant^ODimrissPius. — Darisg the late mtamc whes the at lajsipierie ctsages an? slit* E*iden asd eit retse, it is a subject far grave asd ssioss tcc^fn&it how the hea lih em t e fc-KS creserci An oecasasai alterative, lie fee Pills. ciS bt ti# Escest peno^ie of -ise&e beciese it overcoats sH derxsgescsts of the rys ke, gErifei sid rcgshcles the circo Eat aso, asd pies that Eaeeffc! ossgj to the scttogi street cres which caries tbe frsane tHmspfcaall/ thnjagh trait ts which the vest sua Escirly maid ?era nmtnh Nesn^sc pains sod rfcec isstie sgoeies' dsrrve present and per BLineat reQef fnxa dEigeit fra-iiori with HeCowiy's Ointnent. whic& acta? as £ dmratKKi. releases the ecrjred acd irritated t-i-.oi-^esseii from their fwytMPj asd ite sore tiers prtasere. ^'1 LLIAM KEIB. 2ML0E CLOTHIER, Sx.Segr^'i Lee iiasaijnce, sect Xr. W.B. FrtWt Farfrry, ATCKLA5I) STEEET, BEGA. g F. M O O B B , PSACTFCAT. WATCHM^KFR, 4c, i AicdS3- Sessex^ Bssa, LatefesnJ. ffrrwirr*^ Hxce...

Original Correspondence. [We do no identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by correspondents.] VOLUNTEER CORPS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA STANDARD.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

— — ==_ .. I Original Correspondencs. ' | [Wedonoti3aiti{rosndie'n9i ex. peejejd by ccpe^wpgeots. j VOLUNTEER GOBK. rTn tbi 'Rnrrti* or tsz Bsci Studaej-] _ -Stg, — Rfl'*' ? ?enrrr v wniifa tti S late issne on the sobject id a Yolnnteer Corps for Sega, there can be no doabt that the estab Kdnnent of sodi a corps with its attendant discipline and training would prove & great to the young mat of Bega and the ? ? ? 2! ? ? ' flm T fa/kl I Kill I ^umning UINnrt, wiiu a ww* '''''j ? would gladly offer flwfr services in wilftnnut T.TTTT.1TCTC Tti no part of the colony could be found better material or more favoring cir cumstances. I trust that the idea will not be allowed to drop, and would suggest that a public be called without delay to push the forward. ? MAETESI-HENjBY. Bega, 15th June, 1SS2.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

Church. Services. Church, of England. jyVISE REEYICK wiS be Mi xk St Jcfenfr Bega, Manga. Haiy Baptise an the first deafer i» emr month. *S 4pja. KJ. In twa rf ataeuiif tbe Saeoaaept osBcptiBBv3be afeosMtsedafi eaf tinecai ,ane * *1)! e. BvxBS-jastBS, yumt. *«»?»**—? B. E$BL. Diftbxct orPinnu i-bEdkt Jts* iSu— Mmribela, U ua.; Bmbah, S pja.; EtVn 7 pfBt. Jto* *&.— Boekr All. 1) in. : Wfrndtaa, 3 pA. EHHAED l^n$5, Ooarnprn. Catholic. ^£AS3 «31 be ffViiit-l qo Batltj u under:— Jane 15.— Beg* sad Bmrs Vooatua. * Jane 15 — TWrvWi «od PiriTwl^. JiJj- I-Beg» «ad CohKgo. p. HEALY. ? 'Wealeyan. jyTISB SKEVICE wiH T?e owwlirlwl atnader^ JudpIS.— Begs,Uam.; 8 gja. ; Begs, ? p j# Jco£ 23.— B^ga, 11 ; Ttengaad*, 3 p.zn_ ; Eeza, 7 pJB. Vra DirSoncL Jtme 22.— I-ocl*e Geek, 7 p.p. June *S — MwiTW 7 Ti a /one 27.— Txntwaagki, JX AXX. jane 29. — Stony Crr*k, 7 pjn. JafrlX— Peiiiugui.7pA. Jnlf 1C— Maota*!, Xpja. Ffr-ri*r m Bqni fnTj Tnrg3^ rrmnr^. «ib*lf-p*Ei V p-a. XiT SoncB. Jnae as.— Xaatn...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

?HBgpAVIGATION ?HHpip ALLOW HHHSE£|pt&ve as fol ^H^B&SK&pAY, at 10'a ic., .^Mobnino, at j^BBBgEBTimDAT, at 9.30 11 a.m., foi BBh|M^BE661D., ' -and taken FRIDAY. M^MB^P'Bates. Measnre during Haaiag^M^. gibson. Mayalm^aT^ keon. - ^S^^^^VIGATION EskV $ier. Toil Beturn, ior ONE hlmron for MMj8MtL horses by Agents at llliBiis«Bfc0M0N. a^gaj^Mrafam.T.ia .-.: ama^^aa^SgE tas MMsMO^ Above f^BHB^MSfljj^forwarded ynHra^SKG OF SnSgmgraroN. Eden. ra^gBnglcoMPANY !|H|M|,; £670,000. b^H|H^bxbddb HR|^^Hn^J£8 col Bank- ?aggj^^SB|^^p.'{i.m. ; on ^gB^BHpwager- ? ^MH^»00,000. Cash I^^HB^HB^Ka^proved ? deposits, j||Mjl|MfeBMWfe' o csa. »^PeaoD. mJ^uuwuI^e: banjl |i|raMrapjB NOW |5j|K|ra^pQo'bargo. trans laja|aJ^^ HBHSkKw OPEN hhhh^'' bee ^SH^HBR^&tcted. ?nHCBB|mHraAGEB. |9^BBjj^HBiPd at the WmKBBBM -? WMBMHSr* ' ? RgnmaR^a * *,.'?? inninf's $:, |^^^^^^k|&DABD), 9^^HB|hT:e , ^^^H|HB^BEEET, 'West, I^Ko, JgS^3w9&KIl, mHglwB£^Gwm. Business Directory. ^( AS S,...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

COMMERCIAL. BJUBXSDALE LIVE ST0C2 TTAB1TBT Jcx® 6. ] }(isae A- Kicimn un Co. Brant: — A oxiadeF&Me [uitftuidzKiit ra nwirifffi in all of Eios osi Silmdsr. putics. ; UHr Su uteres. F*S cattle, as «i»r, ot, | . t-. I have been, sllitg at highly remunerative pnseE for come *™*r tsd aything in coo - dition brought to the Biiradile market fctches prices. On Sllnrdxy oar ytidi were veD espplied with itdR cattle. Wc f*-li 9g snail-framed con far Mr. E. Shiels, of Mjnaro, at £2 Os 6dper head; a rimflar lot far Mr. Crisp, Hanaro, at £2 le ; 45 amaH-framed hiflodtf for Kr. Dnid O'Hoaite Bochaa. mid in ram junction with Messrs A. STLeaa and Co., at £* : 35 cow* far stk owner, at £2 lav a mob of steer^for a local owner at £» 3s ; it lot of nzikji cowfe, from £4 to £4 10c, and about 25 bead local hisses ; also a few etoctluxcafeKQ Monaro. We quccui the I3*rkr-. »fi beitg both brisk Mid firm, and Te loo): for tSBer prices for store stock and bosses as the Epring qnntila. We bad aaoEt sati...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

BtRTH, VTT JJMffl —Ob fee Mtfa Jnae, 1852, aft the tea doee of Mr. JJR'. giapil, ficramoj, (fee Mr. -flbxi WiHiszBS Hfrmm, x£ a j . gtga £taii&ari-. 2Vm |o osr Principle*. SATTODAY, JUNE 17, 1882.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

Holt.oway's Pji.LS.-^Those Pills are. more efficacious in strengthening n de debilitated constitution tlinu nny 1 other medicine in the world. Persons of n nervous habit of body, nnd nil who nfo suffering' from weak digestive organs, or whose health.hai become deranged by bilious affection, disordered, stomach, . or l|ver complaints, should' lose' notimo in giving these admirable Pills a fair trial. Coughs, .colds, .asthma, oi short ness of breath' are also within Che rapge' of the sanative powers of this very re markable medicine. The pnres effected by Ithese Pills 'are 'hot 'Superficial or temporary, hut complete and permanent. Theyare »r mild as they are efficacious* audi may be given with confidence to delicate females and young children. Their action on the liver, -stomach, and ?bowels is ? immediate, 1 beneficial* and lasting, restoring order and health in every case. '11 T R , B. LIPSCOMB, : solicitor, &c., . . Has qoijjmonoed tho practice of his profession in JJEGA. ...

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