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rjIHE SBb|AT AMEl<|!UAfl REMEDY HAMMOND'S~~PAIN PAINT stops healache, toothache, lo dololoieui la five .minuter: and is a CERTAIN CURB for

rjIHE SBb|AT AMEl<|!UAfl REMEDY HAMMOND'S~~PAIN PAINT stops healache, toothache, lo dololoieui la five .minuter: and is a CERTAIN CURB for

rhe imatissa, erysipelas, abscess, sciatica, oatanrh, Influenza, bronohitis, diarrhoea, the worst ulcers piles, most ma gnant cancers, bums, old sores, swef'tiss. inna ■ mation, and all diseases ef the skin, and all ■-•sternal pains, hy a thorough outward application of Pain Pai
July 25, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
" I am out of health " is a common exclamation. The advice is, take Lamplough's Pyretic Saline. Tbe cure

" I am out of health " is a common exclamation. The advice is, take Lamplough's Pyretic Saline. Tbe cure

for Fevers, Biliousness, Sniall-pox, Skin Diseases, anu many other ailments* Bo d by Chemist*, and the Maker 113. Belborn-hili Loncou.—Advt Tan, Freckles, and Redness of the bkin, from what. ever cause arising, are speedily cured by nstng Locock'a Lotion for the Complexion. It i
July 25, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRILLIANT AND UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OF THE AND 1 L S

BRILLIANT AND UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OF THE AND 1 L S

° N gfcWING £IOMPANY at the VIENNA UNIVERSAL, EXHIBITION of 1873. BUI Majesty tbe EMPEROR of AUSTRIA has conferred the "IMPERIAL ORDER OF FRANCIS JOSEPH" TJPOH TBI HONOURABLE NATHANIEL WHEELER, PRESIDENT OE THE and I L S O N MANUFACTURING COMPANY OE THE UNITED STATES AND GREAT [B
July 25, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A HAPPY ACCIDENT AT BRIGHTON.

A HAPPY ACCIDENT AT BRIGHTON.

At the time of which I speak the Prince Regent's reign was paramount, and his conduct was infectious. Pink coats and paste diamonds, ribald jests, and blasphemous oaths were the fashionable order of the day ; and to shoot his neighbour for a tipsy quarrel over cards, or to insul
August 29, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.-The return of very fine weather has done much towards the completion of the harvest, and

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.-The return of very fine weather has done much towards the completion of the harvest, and

a fair amount has now been gathered in fine condition, which lately was in peril; and the damp state of some of the new samples in the country markets shows we have had a narrow escape. The bulk in England may now be considered safe, and another week of such weather would pretty
August 29, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ODD BITS.

ODD BITS.

Tailor (measuring customer of " Ortonian " girth) : '* Would you hold the end, sir, while I go round ?"— Punch. An American editor recently wrote—" We cannot j tell a lie. It was cold ye3terday." A rival litcraleur at once laid hold of the remark, and commented thus :—" The latt
March 14, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, March 6.

LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, March 6.

BANKRUPTS. IN THE LONDON BANKRUPTCY COURT.—To surrender under the Bankruptcy Act of 1869:— J. L. Edland, milliner, March 20. —G. W. Conves. Peckham, gentleman, March 18. IN THE COUNTRY.-T. G. Wilkinson, Canterbury, draper, March 17. -G. C. King, Chelmsford, grocer, March 25. — J
March 14, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

R. Briggs, Paterson, U.S.—Your P. 0.0. has not been received, but it may yet come to hand.
March 14, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
JOHN WILSON'S GREAT TRIAL.

JOHN WILSON'S GREAT TRIAL.

Just where the Wilderness-road of the Adirondack Highlands strikes the edge of the great Champlain Valley, in a little clearing, is a lonely log-house. On the 10th day of July, 1852, a muscular, gaunt woman stood at the door of tho house, overlooking the vast extent of the valle
March 14, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
gTANSFELD'S CORD and MOLESKII CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, 2*6, KIRKGATE, LEE S (Three Doors Below the Bradford Hotel, and a few Dooi

gTANSFELD'S CORD and MOLESKII CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, 2*6, KIRKGATE, LEE S (Three Doors Below the Bradford Hotel, and a few Dooi

Below the Kirkgate Covered Market). A EIGHT SHOP FOR WORKING MEN. — :0:- MEN'S Cord Trousers, 3s. lid. per pair. MEN'S Cord Trousers, 4s. lid. „ MEN'S Cord Troucers, ss. lid. „ MEN'S Cord Trousers, 6s. 6d. to 7s. lid. per pair. MEN'S Cord Trousers, Bs. 6d. per pair— with or with
March 14, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England