FANCY GOODS. Ac, rtemtti. to 161. NORTH STEER f, BRAIL «U 1 U rmdf (or On SATURDAY. Mi inri. For Stow mo oar Window, BSD AT. ioft. aad folloamfC d»y*. In VariMy ond on beyond doaeriyfeM. BELFAST AND PIOVINCIAL BUILDING AND INVESTMENT COMPANY (LIMITED). Bsaacaonm Cartrai, XIOQ.OO
HALL AND INNER HALL. Musgrar* Brother*’ Store, with Tile* mod Fitting*; Bronsa Sit-lighi Gamliar and Olobm; Two Italian and Urn*, surmounted with Baossa Ftooaaa haring arrargeinent* for caa; Braa* Picture Bod* Chain*; two Chair* Table* Carpet* Qaa Bracket* and Shade* Ac.
I AMES CO. to •/ MIT TEES pwrch>:nntj SILVER WATCHES, ORSA.MESTAL CLOCKS, Diamond and other J'wetlery, that offer ademhujet, both at reijardt Price, Elegance Design, and (pia/itg. , ~ /. v n ,f J Jait receded, S>x Catet of LOCK and ‘number of very Beautiful MARBLE and ORMOLU CLO
oca »r*a»L axpoaTW.) Eastwood v. Eastwood and o'hers. Dcai.iv. B*TO«D*r.—The bseriog of thi* case, before tl*e court shout week since, was resumed wa* bill filed George Joseph Eastwood, as adroioisira'nr Jarne* Robert Eartwood. drcea?ed. praying (bat Igacy of T 3.000 given to sa
MR. AYTON desires to invite attention to several New Improved Styles of PORTRAITS, suitable (or Christmas and New Year Numerous Specimen.* taken from Life, produced from Pictures previously done, may be been at the STUDIO, KENNEDY-PLACE. Londonderry, Nov. 17, 1874. WATCHES, CLOC
A T BH IT A I * L'hahlks Chapman, Commander, Xou*. Horse power. well-known and favourite Steamer baa made ibe Passage out to Melbourne in 53* daye. Her accommodation for all clasaea of Passengers is anrivalled. Passengers forwarded Through Rate* principal Ports in Australia and
NOTICE ANNUAL COLLECTION ACCOUNTS. The Accounts of this Office, including those falling due at Slat irut., are note being furnished, to Agents, Subscribers, Advertisers, dc. Early settlements are respectfully requested. DERRY JOURNAL Office, December, 1874. LONDONDERRY YOUNG MEN’
The following was tried the other day in the Second Common Pleas, Dahlia, before Mr. Justice Morris and a common jury Ann Carroll v. Farrellj/. Thia was action recover for alleged breach of promise marriage. Damages were laid £5OO. The plaintiff is bouse and parlour-maid, the de