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HOW TO HE STRONG.

HOW TO HE STRONG.

Never let the howels be either confined or ailed It Ju,r) . singular that Hollins ns Pihl abmild he recommended for aon upon the bowels. many persons that they woold increase cctaxation. This k a great mistake, Mess' Pak will immediately correct the liver and skip ere; v kind of
June 16, 1860 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
JUNE 2Orri, 1860, IS THE LAST DAV FOR TICKETS. ONE SHILLING PER SHARE. ART UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN 11 600

JUNE 2Orri, 1860, IS THE LAST DAV FOR TICKETS. ONE SHILLING PER SHARE. ART UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN 11 600

PRIZES. Highest Prize, Painting, value, CIA. Second „ 1/9 ~ £lOO. no PRIZE WILL BE OF LESS VALLI ELAN ONI GUINEA. The Dratring a ill take place on June 30th. 1860, no Ticket* can he Said after the 20th. Printed Lists of the successful numbers will be sent to each distributor imm
June 16, 1860 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
CHEAP CLOTHING.

CHEAP CLOTHING.

J. & T. OLIVER IIFC; to inform their Friends the Public That thr? bete commenced a CLF.ARING SALE of their READY MADE CLOTHING, ermiouP tu alteration of their Premises earls in the Spring, and in order to effect • Speedy Clearance, they will offer them at Greatly Reduced Prices.
January 27, 1857 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
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January 27, 1857 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

TO A CROCUS. • WALL•TLOWIa. Warming, wild harbinger of "sing! To this small nook of earth; Feeling and fancy fondly cling Round thoughts which owe birth To thee, and to the bumble spot Where chance has Axed thy lowly lot. To thee,—for thy rich golden bloom, Like heaven's fair bo
January 27, 1857 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
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January 27, 1857 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
a ROX BU RG HSH IRE. - CO. NVENER hereby calla a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the COMMISSIONERS of SUPPLY

a ROX BU RG HSH IRE. - CO. NVENER hereby calla a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the COMMISSIONERS of SUPPLY

of the COUNTY of ROX. BURGH, to be bald within the CoutyrT-H at., JEDammo. On WLDWERDA• the 4th day of FEBRUARY neat, at Twelve o'Clock Noon, to consider Vie Draft of a Bill to provide for the abolition of and of Statute Labour Conversion Money • to receive a Report from the Val
January 27, 1857 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
ROBE Itt BRUC E'S COMMERCIAL LODGINGS TEMPERANCE HOTEL, 35, LEITH-STREET, EDINBURGH. Good beds, well aired— atom( coffee, tell, Soups, steaks,

ROBE Itt BRUC E'S COMMERCIAL LODGINGS TEMPERANCE HOTEL, 35, LEITH-STREET, EDINBURGH. Good beds, well aired— atom( coffee, tell, Soups, steaks,

chops. fish—us your taste may be. The purlours demi, Where daily may the news be seen.
March 10, 1857 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
SALE OF WOOD. To be SOLD by PUBLIC ROUP, nt ABBOTRULE, upon WEIINCODAT the 11th day or MARCO current. ALarge

SALE OF WOOD. To be SOLD by PUBLIC ROUP, nt ABBOTRULE, upon WEIINCODAT the 11th day or MARCO current. ALarge

Quantity of WOOD, consisting. of OAK, LARCH, BEECH, SCOTCH FIRS, &c.—The LARCH Es are of good size, and the Scone well adapted for RooFtsu, &c. The usual Credit or Discount will he give*. The Sale to commence near RULETOWNII CAD COT• eaoce at 11 o'Clock Forenoon. JAMES FAIRBAIRN
March 10, 1857 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
"The We of an Apprentice Draper." AN ORIGINAL TALE. HY LOUVER.

"The We of an Apprentice Draper." AN ORIGINAL TALE. HY LOUVER.

As our hes Scotch chields were taking notes in a London café the onward course of old father Time was advancing. The dawn of another morning brooded over the mighty Babylon of modern days, and the orbs of heaven began to withdraw from the vast epitome of a world. Dunce and Hall
January 13, 1857 - Teviotdale Record and Jedburgh Advertiser - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland