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BOWEN'S TONIC-SALINE is to ship captains. being by far the best and safest remedy for Sauey and other diseases that

BOWEN'S TONIC-SALINE is to ship captains. being by far the best and safest remedy for Sauey and other diseases that

sailors and persons on board ship are subject to. For Biliousness and Sersiokness it is unequalled ; the worst cues will yield to its influence in • few minutes.
February 3, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
WEARDALE.

WEARDALE.

par eLawa - _ MGR House SCHOOL ANNIYHISART. above anniversary was held on Saturday last, when at one o'clock a large assemblage of scholars, with their teachers, walked in procession to Ireshope Born, Newhouse, and St. John's Chapel, headed by the choir, which, under the able le
May 5, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
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May 5, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
MA. Immonannommomamo . Ass I Allem

MA. Immonannommomamo . Ass I Allem

MA. Immonannommomamo . I Allem that the spinet A, Allen fee Wii kat Jane Alle. wee bound ma, in her own in to keep the pesos for six months. • Kill ITTKOKK. William Stoker and Jose ph Haddon, pitmen, Illickley Square, were summated for trespassing In searoh of conies on land in t
May 5, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
ASSAULTING A POLICEMAN AT HORSLEY.

ASSAULTING A POLICEMAN AT HORSLEY.

Thomas Bell, pitman, Horsley, was brought up in eustody, charged with assaulting Polio* Constable Wm. Bell at Horsley, on the 28th nit., and also with being drunk and riotous at Horsley on the same day. —P.C. (78) Wm. Bell, stationed at Ovingham, stated that on the 28th ult. he
May 5, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
BOWEN'S TONIC-SALINE makes a pleasant. invigorating and refreshing draught. that may be tisk , n habitually at any time from

BOWEN'S TONIC-SALINE makes a pleasant. invigorating and refreshing draught. that may be tisk , n habitually at any time from

infuse, to old age.
May 5, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
GOLD KEEPER RINGS, WATCHES, &e. • good GOLD KEEPER, or for WATCHES, 1. CLOCKS, TIME PIECES, Jie., which keep time

GOLD KEEPER RINGS, WATCHES, &e. • good GOLD KEEPER, or for WATCHES, 1. CLOCKS, TIME PIECES, Jie., which keep time

with the greatest accuracy, patronise the People's Watch and Jewellery Establishment, STRZST, BUHL% PROPRIETOR—WILLLkIi. HARRISON
May 5, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, um.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, um.

.3altwhlstle anitiligenot. HALTREISTLE SCHOOL BOARD. The following report of the three years' work of the above School was submitted to the monthly meeting of the Board on Thursday last : In presenting a report of the proceedings of this Board during the pest three years, as so
February 24, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
BIRNBAUGH MYSTERY : on, THE SECRET OF THE GRAVE.

BIRNBAUGH MYSTERY : on, THE SECRET OF THE GRAVE.

BIR NBAUGH MYSTERY : on, THE SECRET OF THE GRAVE. CHAPTER XXXVII. ta mixams TO TIVI AND 1/100 To 2 00OLSTON A PALM) IN ITAAOMMITT. p oi sibly may think that, after hawing l oured tie doenment, Mx &bort Blaokett, wool& at once hare harried back to Daniel oegr• nitber'saith it and
February 24, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
WIPILEPSY or FITS can be permanently oared 114 by BROWN'S HERBAL j and full particulars, with sample bottles of the

WIPILEPSY or FITS can be permanently oared 114 by BROWN'S HERBAL j and full particulars, with sample bottles of the

Media" can be bed of charge. None should believe their oases incarsble till they have tasted one bottle. Sample bottles contain six doses. Address P. BROWN, 8, Zing Street, Covent Garden, Lsodoa. Brown's "Treatise on Epilepsy," 48 pp., free to all by poet. Brown's " Illustrated
February 24, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England