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Holloway's ointment and Pills are the best, _« most popular remedies season®, may with safety and with the of doing

Holloway's ointment and Pills are the best, _« most popular remedies season®, may with safety and with the of doing

good. Eruption*, sod all descriptions of sores, ulcerauons, presently benefited and ultimate* <suwd these healing, Soothing, and Ointmenf rubbed upon the abdomen cheeks all tendency tSon and avert, diarrhea and other disorders the Intestines frequently the summer and fruit seaso
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Lincoln, Friday, April 22.

Lincoln, Friday, April 22.

Diocese of Lincoln. AM, Appointments. The Rev. J F. 3"'*' , tJj patron, the Bishop Lincoln, to held ini Hannah - cum - - witb-Markby Vicarage, Rev. Reuben Jeffries, to Southern Vicarage, patron, the Earl Scarbrough the v - h lt»th to Rural Dean of North Holland No. 1, patron, th
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Latest Intelligence.

Latest Intelligence.

By Telegraph. New York, Thursday.—The Herald despatch from Puerto Cabello states that the inst. President Palaoio's troops, in attempting to dislodge the insurgents just below Polito, were defeated. Many dead and wounded were left on the battle field, the majority being Palacio'
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LATEST MARKETS (by Telegraph).

LATEST MARKETS (by Telegraph).

METROPOLITAN CATTLE, Thursday April 21.—Beast trade very dull about Monday's prices. Sheep firmer, with a clearance. Less demand for lambs. Calves steady at about late values. Beef 3s 2d to 4s 6d, mutton 4s Od to 4d, veal 3s 4d to 6s Od, and pork 3s 6d to 4s 8d per 81b. Lamb 6s
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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Local News.

LOUTH.—AW. Wilson has just completed his year of service as clerk to the Louth Union. It believed that this is unique instance of such long service as clerk to a board of guardians. At their meeting last week, the board congratulated Air. Wilson, and expressed a hope that he mig
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Louth Old Corporation Records, being extracts - from the accounts, minutes and memoranda, the warden and six assistants, of the

Louth Old Corporation Records, being extracts - from the accounts, minutes and memoranda, the warden and six assistants, of the

town Louth and free school King Edward VI. ill Louth, and other ancient documents relating the town, compiled R. W. Gonlding. It has been the compiler's pimiary aim in this work, he himself states, simply to make collections of excerpts from she warden and six assistants from 15
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOURN PETTY SESSIONS.

BOURN PETTY SESSIONS.

April U.—Before the Rev. G. Garter, Col. Reynardson, Lieut..CoL Parker, Colonel de BurUm, and Captain Pritchard, R. If. Removing Sheep without a Lic*nce.—Charles H. Bowser, was charged with removing sheep from Holbeacb Marsh Ufißugton, without the necessary licence. Mr. Farr, Bo
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SPALDING PETTY SESSIONS.

SPALDING PETTY SESSIONS.

April 19.—Before the Revs. J. Jackson and J. T. Dove and 11. Mawby, Hy. Clark, E. M. E. Welby, and F. Howard, Efyit, A Drunken Driver.—Jos. Storey was fined 10*. and costs for drunkenness whilst ill charge of pony and trap Pinchbeck on -March . Crieliv to a Horse.— Geo. Jackson
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FITS OR EPILEPSY.

FITS OR EPILEPSY.

GIDDINESS, SENSATIONS, FAINTS. I will demonstrate the whole world how that most dreadful of all complaints, " Epilepsy* which has been hitherto considered incurable, can permiuienitly cured (mthout the dianu of failure). Write with full hope and confidence tbe "Secretary," Bur w
April 22, 1892 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England