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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Sukils July 1, at his residence, 2G, Workhouse, road, Waterside, Edvard Sheils, aged 81 years. [His remains will removed for interment in the Gieodermott New Burying-ground, on tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, the 3id instant, at 10 o’clock. Friende will please accept this the only i
2 July 1883 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.

IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.

IMPORTANT FEMALES. New Edition, Enlarged to 132 pages, price Sixpence; post, Seven Stamps, in Envelope to all parts of the World. THE W O A N GUIDE-BOOK of Positive Remedies for the Cure of all Diseases peculiar to the Female Constitution. This work gives the Name in English of a
2 July 1883 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Sole Agents

Sole Agents

r. smith co., Chemists and Druggists, 65, Foyle-street, Derry. ISC Wholesale Buyers liberally dealt with. RIDE TO KHIVA, BY CAPTAIN FRED BURNABY, Roy a 1 Horse Guards, Page 13 says:—“ Two pairs of boots lined with fur were also taken ; and for physic—with which i; is as well be
2 July 1883 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FEE-SIMPLE LANDS.

FEE-SIMPLE LANDS.

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, THE SALEROOMS OF Messrs. GEORGE SADLEIR & CO., LONDONDERRY, On WEDNESDAY, the Ist day of AUGUST, 1883, At the hour of Twelve o’clock noon, In Two Lots. LOT No I—Part of the townland of FAWNEY, containing 51a. 2r. 21p., statute measure or thereabouts
2 July 1883 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HIS WAY TO FAME,

HIS WAY TO FAME,

HOW M-CULLOUGH, THE ACTOR, WON The story of John M’Cullough’s life reads like a romance. In 1849, at the ago of twelve years, he reached Philadelphia with exactly thirtyseven cents in his possession, and no expectations. The name of M‘Cullough a sign over store in the Quaker cit
2 July 1883 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PRELIMINARY NOTICE

PRELIMINARY NOTICE

WILLIAM LAWLOR, CABINET MAKER and UPHOLSTERER, AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR, For many years carrying business at No 12 BACHELOR’S WALK, Begs to intimate his Friends and the Public that the Partnership hitherto existing having been DISSOLVED, Ho will shortly OPEN HIS NEW PREMISES. And
2 July 1883 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Margaret Co<

Margaret Co<

The hearing of this case, Friday night, was proceeded the court already report* Miss Margaret Coghlan. Kathmiues, to recover damai breach of promise of ant—Mr Edward Spring —i House. Enlield. The cause action. The MacDermott. C, , Gerrard (instructed he defendant—Mr Hugh ion, QC
2 July 1883 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A SHIPWRECKED CREW.

A SHIPWRECKED CREW.

Intelligence from Brisbane reports that lllie barque, of Boston, which left Newcastle, New South Wales, was lost on Guadalentite Island. All bands reached shore, but, finding (he natives hostile, left in the ship’s boats, and, after boors at sea. were picked up by the Lotos scho
2 July 1883 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DYEING and Cleaning.—Glasgow Dye Works, 42, Upper Arthur Street. Gentlemen’s Clothes Cleaned in style impossible to surpass. No shrinking, and

DYEING and Cleaning.—Glasgow Dye Works, 42, Upper Arthur Street. Gentlemen’s Clothes Cleaned in style impossible to surpass. No shrinking, and

few hours. any) colour in a few days. Ladies’ Dresses of all kincUr Dyed or Cleaned. Carpets, Muslin Curtains, Blankets Cleaned. Damasks Dyed and Finished equal to new.—J. Neilus. 1491
2 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Grocers.—Wanted, Situation Young JL Man has upwards of six years’ experience, who can be well recommended. Address box 1695, Evening

Grocers.—Wanted, Situation Young JL Man has upwards of six years’ experience, who can be well recommended. Address box 1695, Evening

Telegraph. stout Lad, as Errand Boy, and VV tp make himself generally useful; one accustomed to horses preferred. Address box 1677, Evening Telegraph. WANTED, few first-class Shirt Stitchers and Basters ; also, few Shirt and Collar Smoothers; to really good hands constant employ
2 July 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland