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Zist of Visitors.

Zist of Visitors.

ALSTON. Miss DOWSON, Corner House.—Misses Bell (2), South. Shields. Mrs HALL, Lonning Foot House.—Mr and Mrs Bradbourne Dodds, family, and 3 maids, Stots Hall, Jesmond, Newcastle. Mrs LEE, New Shield.—Mr and Misses Dinning (2) and maids (2), Ellison Place, Newcastle. Mrs- NEVIN,
September 14, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Saddle and Harness Makers.

Saddle and Harness Makers.

WM. DAND, Saddle, Harness, Horse Clothing, & Trun Manufacturer, 3 Botchergate, opposite Station. Tailors & Clothiers. CARLISLE CLOTHING COMPANY, 29 English Streot. SCOTT, General Draper, 36 West Tower Street. WILLIAM STRONG, 4 New Market Arcade. Tobacconists. Pi:JITNEY CORRIE, C
June 8, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
. ' • C;t:

. ' • C;t:

. ' • • THE FURNISHING STORES OF THE NORTH. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE. K EEPS the LARGEST ASSORTMENT of BRASS and IRON BEDSTEADS, WIRE MATTRESSES, &c., in the North of England. ID 1T ID 0 IT SWIFTS ROW (Near the Racecourse), CARLISLE.
June 8, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
PUBLIC FOOTPATHS.

PUBLIC FOOTPATHS.

A letter was read from the Brampton Parish Council to the effect that they had heard evidence of witnesses respecting the existance of a footpath between 50 and 70 years ago from Townfoot a West Hill to Capon Tree. As Mr Ramshay, the owner of the land had made no reply to the re
June 8, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

A letter was read from the Kingwater Parish Council, complaining that only £7O had been spent on roads in the parish, while the rate paid was £l2B.—The SURVEYOR said the amount spent was fully adequate. The storm of August last and the Dovecote Bridge entailed extra expense in o
June 8, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
A NURSE'S CLAIM.

A NURSE'S CLAIM.

Mrs Fawkes, widow, Hayton Town Head, sued Abraham Bird, Hayton, as trustee of the late Jane Story, for £2 lie 11d, being wages at the rate of 58 a week, from September 22nd to November 30th, 1894, with is lid money expended for Mrs Story. Mr Hodgson appeared for plaintiff.—Plain
June 8, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
110 LET.—A quantity of OPEN DRAINING at WEALSIDE,— Apply, B. SPRAGGON, Willimoteswick.

110 LET.—A quantity of OPEN DRAINING at WEALSIDE,— Apply, B. SPRAGGON, Willimoteswick.

June 8, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
NATURE'S RED

NATURE'S RED

For the cure of Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood,Youthfill Imprudence, Dimness of Sight, Necvous D:seases of every form, Liver Coniplaintß, and all Diseases of the Urinary O rg ans. Write to W. ROSS, EN., 7 GARDENS, EAST (enclosing DI. stamp for p, s t,,ge), for this Great Herbal
June 29, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
MR. GLADSTONE'S CRUISE.

MR. GLADSTONE'S CRUISE.

ifr. Gladstone --- b - a; return cruise to the Baltic Canal. The following letter has been received on board the Tantallon Castle from him aud tho other passengers: _ _ " Tantallon Castle, 24th June, 1895. "Dear Sir Donald Currie,—Time has flown rapidly, as it usually does when
June 29, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England