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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

O'g(i?i &orrrspqtfictre. ILet it. be dtiSnctly undOestaonl, thlnt iwe do not identifyoirseolves witli the opinioneexpvrc.sedr by our cor responidonits. All,' eolinimnlcations must lafe' tlhLe tlincs nd- anddrc.is?'- bf the writers attached, not 1ecerearily for publicsn tion, but s a guarntee :bf good iFaitlh.J j

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARATAH. WARATAH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. (Before Messrs. Turton and J. J. Hill, J.P.'s.). ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

.--- TVARATA1I. W 1 :VARATAH POLICE~ OOJaT. \VEDNESDAY, ,JUN?E 7. .i . 7 '-(Before MIessrs. Turton and J. J. Hill, J.P.'s.), AIIUSIVE LANGUA O. .I`i silaBriton charLg?cd Mary Jones with usill'g abhnsiv inlnguage ifi a'pnblic place on thl3 h iilstalt. ? " . .--.Defendant was fined-£2-and -costs £1 8s. 6d., £2 8s. in all, or in default, oeone month in -Maitland-gaol. The- fine w~piid.. W h3IPE IIEATINO. 2n Andrew Nowlan was charged with assault ing and beating:lhisnwife onithe 15tl?~nitant, at New Lamlbton. Mr. Wallace appeared for the defendant .... t? . ,is, Etlo d E h +Thl,?compjlamant.wvished+ to witiidraw .the charge, bnt the bench told hler,tlat she would! never get another iriant'for the arrest of her husbatid, as this was the second time that she had ll himbn taken dowyn to Newcastle by the police.:. , i W : / 1 The case was then dismissed. ASSAULT VITII' INTENT TO DO OIIIEVOUS S,. : , B__ I ODILY .lHARM . .. +•:' John White,. on remand, was charged with violently assaulting V...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

Ok ~IMIUICIT'ALI'J'Y. We ar:plenced to nritice tlnt .Mr. Surveyr>lnckny Ihs compliletd the lcvelling of the meahi, road, fromn Mr. frirri' Iotcl past thie C(o-op)erative t.uel., andu we understand that so soon as the ]lans:uae til isled the Council are deteriiined to have the street formed as quickly as possible--Thle vahtittors, Mlc?is. Dux 'taon and Chtrlton, hove been plfishlng onl witli their wovdk and hmave nearly flitn!eld.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LAOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

>!V. HEWCASTLE SHWPPINC. VIt8sELTs LOAIG r ANdi TO LAO!). SBriton bt.e 45rb o, yhoo; tdi~d4po-6Perat .i~Oboron.s1X11%lvila iamtls~n 4V ·lsen N :-8.:'?Fortli?!sln p ,I 19,, v,,ood@var ; loaing W :ls:. Tjthonnc, ili 1153, kndrewu; loadingL.ambtemn4 ;Lutterworth, ship 883, Clarke; loading Co-opmr tive '. - John. rull, Iarque, 475, Tiyard; loading. New Laubtlon Wild Wave, brig, 194, WVilson Esaie Black, barque, 281, Sivier " aa?e, barque, 3'14, ,cConnachy' IayltbCastlu. barqu,3 48, Scott; to load Co oBperivcl' - -· AlWlueraharqne,774, Thomas ; to load New Lamib ton " Esk;bapic?, 41'l laiid up SVemyss Castle ship, 576, Shieltd'ot:load rLamb ton ,n" -... n?;u ship,13,3 Stuotrosn-hipo ,ol5mB?, Kadina, se'ip, <662 Barniesoau Gem, Iihrqluet 458, Peas?i i?? , Argonaut, ship, 1173, Cameron; to load Co.opera Stiro SJ. L. Hall, ship, 698, Smith.. ?2Gioois -Hope, ship, 741, Batenian .?{David. Hoadley, American bhrqu, 1099, Kelton, - . t, load,.W~allamud.'- ' • -? 5 ? SAriatide barqu...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

" V1DTO U ~. .O E. NE W C A S T L E. LVRRVAEL OF NEW WZNTER GOODS. - ----- MRS. COWAN ... EH AS mncll pleasure in informing her numerous customers in the Mibning Townshis and District, t~hat she hIs JUST IRECEIVEI) A SPLENDlPID ASSO?T i'IENT OFP VINTE'IR DRAPERY, MILLINERY, MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, AND FANCY GOODS, ANID HAVIING PIRi CI-I SED THEM FOR CA CII. SHE WILLT DISPOSE OF THE SAME AT PRICES HITHERTO UNHEARD OF IN THE DISTRICT. :of A SHOW ROOM, Newly Fitted Up, is set apart for Lam. sE; whlere every httetltion will be paidl. H-Tnving secnred the se..icae of a FIRST-CLASS ?iL INERlT and ;lD,:TIESS MAKER. parties favouniing Mrs. C. with orders milty dlepei upoi tiihei being execulted .with efficiency and despatch. Mllourning anul d WVedding Orders promptly attende1d 'o"' :o: : gaNOTE f'HIE ADDRET SS-? '"V I CTORIA H-OUT:S: E," Eunter-Street, NSew0castl. ... :o:- L Y E K ?-WANTED, APPRIENTICES to tihe MIILL!NERY and' DRESSMAKING:.. DARK GREEK STORE, (N .AU TUE SAWv M nII.B.) NOT...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Harbour Accommodation. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

HLarbour Acco?lanmodation. rY referrin, to theodebate which, took place in the .Assd?nbly on Wedunda. &' oilit ad di~ti,?nalrloan r estiltcit"ill-?b~euee thabt° £ijoO? i(bheen .voted-t construct a .whart. from the present steamers .i;har? y the coal staiths;, and .. 80,000 for' the purpose of construct'ng a .bramch • raiilVity if'roi• the Great Northllern ]R'ihwny to the proposed ?inil?:tatlik On Ti~nllEZ-; s~ifli ',DurinDfg thit debate, Mr..,STrT!TriauZ'R , . Minister fbor Works, ada,,i tla'tilat - tlhe ?vharf'accommo stated" tlhat i appeared to him that the time wdouild- soon arrive when the Govern ment of this cedloiv: would have to make nroisilon for thee shipment of coal from ·rtJadcl~son, Flhere such facilities existed for constructing wharts, and erecting other .apiiaioqes .for1 loading. vessels.' . ..If the eo fe?f dfewc ??sl.and the miners require anythini'g ore than tilie remarks of Mr. 19R n5 ISTsoN about, ppnstructing wharfs, in d.;5dSiney, ?&; to nrou6se...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

BIRTH. -.,, l " [ ' T. TODD of a Sun. X8 ii hkid 14Wate;e "N OR T'II U.IBERL ,A i NWDR1CORl .I·R. , SA2 R-AY. -JVNE 20i., 184.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MISS ADELAIDE STONEHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

I11?S AIDLAtl)DF: IS'ONI:IIA M l'hisM tnleit.ld Inlly, in orrnjunctiion -witlh ;"vr: If' Stoinuhannl, iAd Au. H1. (floul'tone, held nli,.hlcr oe' her nllasiunig elltlortninlne.tsr on \Wedncsoudy I ngli' kht. The perIfornance wnna similnar to thle one: Inst described, lullt l he ' Slketches finm lntlu're," wvc' really tadmlnirablle, andl as niuaing 'is on the I,'.vioiis occesions. 1Versretlcted thalt the'nttenduice wals .so limited, ns Miss Stonehmln generous.ly nnilouncedc tlhat half the proceeds of this e.lteirtnilinlcnt wnis Io iegivent to Mr's. Dixo unid ftmiliy ii'n ivmis to cthe 3rte Johln iHughes, lwhodied l'ron injuries recl~ved in ?l? \Valliseil pit.--ly nadveurtisement, elsewhere It wiHl be seen tllhat ii iss Stoniehtan intonuls lierf 'n jng aganira this (Satu?rday).cvening, and on nlfoulay evening, a~l or. Tuesday night ct aImnbitoii .

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PROTESTANT HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

PLIOTENTIA NI If.1IL .The Oratie ocikty hold their usul 2nonel )4 mI, 141t "iniign W\a.l"[acrid Oil Th'litri'ay avviiilig Ta?[. "l ent~lly svix new luienivrla. \wvo, initiated. In c0l0114tleilll with the Lsitil4.leL' trnLIaIliiLt?il, it *i-:I- dUcd?Il tL, uile-i 4 brate the 1~th ofil 4 July Ih Ilviii"t tlhe fulldiitionll stonle of thle IlIcitest:aIlt Ifall, itl to lIe vc·lclull in Wailliol; dlso, La plioei ii lM. l low'll hlddi0k, com blinIeIil 1with s?ploltls of lli? i rin'ti kht ll.. lA iuhlie teai w.'ll le hohl in th1o evenl~ingl, alsol .a cllloner anlid ball. -·S ers. ]ollet, Allai, .nirrllll, Yil, You ll, ald /Trottcr wLrLIe jppoiiteld ]I'rovi4ionii] dliliCire. ; rl h. Wmlr. Mlrrny secretnai-, nid ?ll. lat?. Tn i?. t1i?_ - su'irl,. A dlulblolatrlilon onillllllttio 1:3 hl?1rC L3IL ipiOintcil, 3l4l flon?, wlit th llzi v I allr:' '13'?y dolle, ill 5 lprelimiilry lw;,'" I, is evidelni ihliy arL'e1 Icter Illinc(3 1 o l nvIci e nrol) t ll llll lll'll e di Iti il:LC 1 it, It I1C .e13'...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MILITARY DRILL FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

.MILITARY DH-LL FOi UUO, PU C P 10ii00l \ Ve.aro pleased to notice that tlh Couicil eo 'hl ti w. has appointed Staff-sergeant Hayne s oil. l?e of drill insitructor to the v....ioii ahoeolf r'' the i? ju.ridiction i.n Newcastle and the miinil shijl , &') n Monday Mr. Iltynes couuny he dut'c;.' o'th the'Newcaatlo schools, on ' s ^ d.( attd ??l e ?~rvood, Hamilton, and t. Vorate oad, i; aon the following day he visitea l n on Tb urEoai - Lambton, and on Friday (y. ctolr att. thWallscnd atnd mttt»org scl W WVe in deratan d it is tho iutditiiiof te COUiCp t institm l a cadl t corps, a ise so extenaivoly pctr t In Syda icy and OllOtr plart Of tho colIy, 5f t ris hte hae a little p raiioc br Hr in. Porlms i -U the boy 'w""t tll rou gh thir pre o, drill inm most atir ifaotory maiuor, end has iio that bef ro long thn 'Y will le achlne to .lcIotl' cadets o, theo metrol ohlls. We iiglt meto. at the In to encpnu il the .os bre_' cadet c Irps received.o great praise fe tory ma rier in wh...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE BAD ROADS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

ITHE IAD'nOADS AOAIN. " (, Accidents in consequence of the dzgogreu vewtrO of the roads in and around Wallend areo sual 'day occurronces just now, that the inhabita nti pear to get quito accustomed to then .'OnWe-o nesday last Mr. I'ratten's cart, drawn by "'Oh. got stuck fast in the sLreat hole near the brida ,Iproachiing Mr. Harris's. Adoiile of horas we&5 hooked on in front to assist lin. oat, ,but U l. , .tree was broken without moving thue dray, ,d there it remained until unloaded and capdlori Several other ildray were ilso atuck theru,t ni ovr .early ?isizod, and if somothing is t don r -coon tofll up the hole, a fatal acoident,W~l.?t probubly bo the rceult. . .

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW TUNNEL AT THE CO-OPERATIVE COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

INEW TUNNEL- AT THEi (O-O2I'NHATI 'VE COLLI:IERY. We hliiei'inneh plear hin. noticing, tlhant the con .rnit for- the n2ow tunnel nt this colliery ia now .completed. On 'Thursday last weo visited it, and was cohurtbeously shown renxdl lIy the b?lotraetors MerisraeJ.. lrydou, L'. Davis, H. and I F'orrester, and G.:'Lowis. ' The tlnnel is situated ahout half a £nile froni the [)preiseLlt worlkiing, in a tiortherly di rection, and is intended to work t'ho'imagniilient block of coal JAtowl to underliu the iproplrties of ,M.rs. Collilns, iMr. V. MIoody, uld other settller.a bc .eond the creck, aund extenlldilng to. the extrellle am tdary of the MarylanudE-state. The contractors couenencCd thei' work from'theo last of the workctd oet bo.'ds in the old tlunnel, and drlove outwards, cinseilueOtlythe task-was uinch mnore diflicult than if they hadL driven in. Trhey closuly ~hihecod tlhe ?drive as tlhey went wikh irofibark of thle iest quality. The main supports are resting on sole pieces, ren...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROAD BETWEEN DARK CREEK [?]ALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

RioAD 2'TwfS- I>.K c'AKK1 A,;'- ? >-ATPN1 :aWere plesied to' Eti7that ,Mr i.n.l A er contractiL 'for the ncw iliL of roadl bldtwee U.Lt rk-Cleek anUi 'Wanllenia is bIeing rpid lly pulhed on-: 'l'hu ctontriact •for'clearifi'g wis tntltoi .ly-Mr.: J'JLylor, i.ill-he j']ia now got i 5pa0c clourted the 'eoquired wvi'dthl'.up to .Flat Cree.-k or what ,ia more scoitLmionly kuinowi as *Blue Gun Creek. r 'iThe ]ilc-drivihn n mitoi.nery' for kdriving thb.niles, &c.. for the, coutruo.:ion of the _Bridge at tltslphntou iii L.l-o ol"?it groutd uow, and. opcrttions'ini bo cninne iilenod es .oit its J*r. \VtdlH '(thle surreypr front thu Ooloninal Arcbituc-t's ollicc) 'inspects thd ilf'kandgiv-is somedi~in:l instructions. l Five mbn arcrcemploye?i t present, and from tihe rway the wvork iejinow1 Jitinig p}stIcd on, we tay expect a good road for n.short disHt;eec :t lcast in the coturse of a few iunol'-t"'!.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

ANYVAl CRBEEBEK ANB GKrTrA. IT?c. 'uclci's Innl sale cane off according:to adver til'meint, oil Tuesday last, Mr. Biunkiksr 1as auc. .tioneer and- succeeded in improving on the prices he obtained for thle Anvil Creek a Company's allot 'nieuts on last Saturday. Thit land of Mr. 1'rice's !wns originally plurchiaseLCd in 5-ncro blocks, nt £5 per acre, a1. tlhe Goverlnment land sale at East iMaitlandl in August lst, Thle first lioldeis sold it to SiMr. i'ricc at £20 per acre, after holding it a i'ew mniontlh, le hlnH cut. it up in half-lcre nllotlicnts a.nd at the sale on Tuesday realised us high as £50 for the half acre, lle lowest going about £10, one-quarter acre lot fetclhing .u:lJ. T?he land was sub-divided into lots rlinging from 23 percheos to 2 roods, and the 'ollowing.are the quotations at which they went: one at £50, four it £35 each, one at £34, one at £24, one at .20, one at :£20, two at £10 each, one ait £18, one at £91, 4 at £17, one at;£16i 10s, one at £."15 10s, one at :...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

..u.....HAMiLTON. s.;ollier is working every day, but tfie men ,,genrally ared g;itting very fe?:ski?g It often happens that two men in tops only gt six. Boyond this there is nothing of importanqe to record int or about the town. The .9mjlt~n ?u iipal Council .held thqirIu fortnigltly meeting on Monday eV nineiasa '.;Prwsent :'Th'e aybr, Alder we? red"; andl uccounts to the amount of £:-.\,ere drdere?'ito be paid.--The Mayor sai e?heahiad liirinnged withI tlle Police .Maiir.Lte to hold'an happenl court on 23rd inst. hIIe recominended the Council to get theiTO yUrds of blue.metal broken placed on thie.liia'nilton road at once.-llii sugges tioli w:is udoite. 19i)t~h "Junle.*,

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Manchester Warehouse, Hunter Street, Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

Matinchester Warehouse, Hunter Street, Newcastle. H AVING had occasion to visit thisw ell known establishment during my stay in thile city, I had an oppor'tunity of inspectinir this establishment, through the courtesy of its proprietor (Mr., Ed. O'Gallagher). The establishment is centrally situated, and corn mands one of the best sites in the city, and has three entrances. At the WVestern side, as yoin cater, 'is the ladies' fancy dress, silk, and mourning goods department. Immedi diately adjoining is the Manchester" ware house department, comprising. calicoes, .flan nels, sheetings, hollands, &c.; then conies the hoisery, haberdashery, and trimming department, which is well stocked with an jexcellent assortment of goods.suitable for the present season. - At 'the' furthest" e'd"' and adjoining the hat and cap department, is the ;gentlemen's, .boys, ' and 'youths' Crimean shirts, in every conceivable pattern. Art the extreme southern side is the gentleman's silk and felt hat ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TELEGRAPH LINES TO THE COLLIERY TOWNSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

TE'?.R?.AIOl- ~iNES TO THE C0oiLL Y5 To- OYl : Tlme Governnzile Gazelle of Tuesday says TC'OrO IO , will' be" received atatho Works oftlceluntt o ,tii oe' ' tlhe 14th July , ext, at 11 a.m., for tth'rction o nn additionalwireon existing poles, froimyeC"Stlo telegraph'oilce totlle' Lamnbtoh colliery,- and om W\artah telegraph station, an the Great Nortohr 1Riilnway, to Wallsend; Also, aline 'comiplcte?'ro Lambton colliery to the towvnslip'of Liombtn, hd from thence to Waratah, to joli thie GreatNO oim Railway.

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WOMAN'S DEVOTION: OR THE LADY OF CASTLE RANNACH. CHAPTER XII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

WOMAN'S IDEVOTION: THE LLDY OF CASTLE I RANNAC.H Bi REPLEGS.. CH rT,, .X Xir. (Coutinued)... AT tlhesalne.moment, w hlear r the slow, -. -' mBior'lirifulfilliiig. of 'theL' kirk, bell, :annd saw a innmher .f the tenantry pass the,;cnastle, on their way to'juii in thelprayers which ltbe minister was putting ni? for :the dy ihg woman.' , "" ....It is trune 'h was nint of his fitl. ,Bu~ t the g?otll nll |kno~v thlat there is a colnmuinion of saints,. whiczlhemhbraces all ,wlho are like lier... Overcome by the embtion rwhich had.swayved ·hir to and fro during tlhe day, Margaretnagnin slumbereld-rocked, as it were, tiO repose, by the sound of the bellwhidichtprobised" iher idn eternal Iiaic.: . Her. sleep'was agitatedland disturled-; her jlmse rwas nihot soi"io?ot, ";ut more ,,ice tsitt thian befoe ;,ishe i fiffuried frin fever; Ah, ,pokeo ra'pidlv to hrself ; lher talk was more iicloereint; s}he returned continnally to tlhe namlite ! of''Archiald; she uIever -r: nounced it ht witllh a ,...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

~LOCAL~ INTELLIGENCE. \VArLSEND' AND LPLATftSJ3U RQ. Tho WVnIlsond pithas workedeo~cy !sli~t~lC' diihcri ]sissue, *rlnd Uo-oporftuvcirs ~tltl cIcCOpVioL opf,tho front yestordinya~npriflB. wldcicrth9SS miiis~.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874

FRIEND OF ALL. LET no one be longer oppres.sed with thle notices that this malady is incurable till these puri fying Pills have lhad a fair trial. A few doses will remove thie more urgent symptoms, anrd thereafter completely control all-disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, relieve the oblstructed kidneys. cleanse impure blood, and confer on every function.health ful vigour. Imnpurities of Bloi1d. These woonderful Pills are valued at'the hlumblest h'rarths as well as~ in the houses of comifort and wealth. They work a thorough purification through out the whole' system, without disordering the naturnal action of any. organ, and eradicate those gcrtns of coniplaint which consign tens of thdusands to an early grave. [ndi Astion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick S .... Headache. No' "'organ in the human body is so liable to dis order as the liver, and none is more apt, when neg lected. to become seriously diseased. Remember when nausea, flatuleucy, or acidity on the stomach warns us t...

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