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NEW ARRIVAL OF FELT HATS. CUSTOMERS OWN CLOTH MADE UP AT MODERATE RATES.

NEW ARRIVAL OF FELT HATS. CUSTOMERS OWN CLOTH MADE UP AT MODERATE RATES.

FORD MILLS, LANGHOLM. TERM TIME. SPECIAL 1. EA RING SALE OF CHEVIOT TWEEDS, SIIEP II E RD'S PLAIDS, BLANKETS, &c. Any Lengths Cid at Particularly Low Prices.
30 May 1883 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
MOVE THAN HALE THE ENTIRE MILEY STOCIL

MOVE THAN HALE THE ENTIRE MILEY STOCIL

MOVE THAN HALE THE ENTIRE It Destroys ricks, ( 'area Scab, Waterproof s the improve. aad greatly increases. the ar.irth W.K.I. Sold ix ?nu for 25, 50. 100, Ss, 5s 64, oat I Is sack, awl iw larrr sins at 108 per 100 sharp. Beware of worthless imitations. Parties should buy only fr
26 July 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
poEms AND SONGS ON ESKDALE, LANG HOLM COMMON-RIDING, RACES, &c. (48 pages), Priee 3 . 1, per Post 4d. To

poEms AND SONGS ON ESKDALE, LANG HOLM COMMON-RIDING, RACES, &c. (48 pages), Priee 3 . 1, per Post 4d. To

he had at the Office of the &Utile out Liddesdo[e Advertiser, Laugholm.
26 July 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
NT EV/ Season's Pears, Apples, Cherries, Home grown Grapes, Peaches ; Strawberries, 6d per quart, at MYRTLE ANDEasus's, Fruiterer, &c.,

NT EV/ Season's Pears, Apples, Cherries, Home grown Grapes, Peaches ; Strawberries, 6d per quart, at MYRTLE ANDEasus's, Fruiterer, &c.,

47 High Street.
26 July 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
libalc ottb ribbegbate Abortion WEDNESDA Y. JULY 16, 1882. On Thursday evening a special sheet will be published at the

libalc ottb ribbegbate Abortion WEDNESDA Y. JULY 16, 1882. On Thursday evening a special sheet will be published at the

Advertiser Office, containing the results of the races and sports at the Common Riding. MILITARY APPOINTSIENT. 3rd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers Lieut. Andrew John Scott Johnatone be be Captain, vice W. M. Scott, resigned. Colonel Herbert inspected the various companies of the
26 July 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
SPECIAL LAMB SALE AT HAWICK.

SPECIAL LAMB SALE AT HAWICK.

Messrs A. Oliver & Son held their first great lamb sale of this season on Thursday, when there were pre. Dented 75 lots of three-parts-bred lamb, numbering 9800 ; 12 lots of Cheviot wedder lambs, 1650 ; 22 lota of half-bred Lambe, 1760 ; and 10 lots of sheep. 420- in all, 13,630
09 August 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
TEE AWIERTCAN IN

TEE AWIERTCAN IN

About twelve months ago there was a pleasant little stir In Dumfries caused by the arrival of • party of Americans en mode for Inverness from Brighton, by coach and road. Mr Andrew Carnegie, of New York, was the leading spirit of the party, and has subsequently put his impressio
09 August 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
SHEEP DIP

SHEEP DIP

(Ocer Treaty Years the.) In more extemOve use throughout the world than any oth.•t Sheep Drewing, and at present applied [n Scotland to ' WORE THAN HALF ENTIRE. SHEEP STOCK. It Deatn,ya'rieka,( 'tires:it:al', Watery' , the fleece, inaprovem and greatly inereaaes the Growth of Wo
06 September 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
LEITH WOOL SALM

LEITH WOOL SALM

LEITH WOOL ADAM, SONS, COY., Wixn. RIFOKBRII, Leg to intimate that their ONLY REPRESENTATIVE in DUMFRIESSHIRE and GALLOWAY is MR ROBERT MURRAY, Langlauds, Dumfries, who will give all necessary ' information to intending Consignees. Mt will attend the Markets iu the ' Distsict.
06 September 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
Lan/holm Horticultural Society. E ANNUAL SHOW takes place iu the TEMPERANCE HALLS, TO-DAT VEDNESDA Y). Admission from one to four

Lan/holm Horticultural Society. E ANNUAL SHOW takes place iu the TEMPERANCE HALLS, TO-DAT VEDNESDA Y). Admission from one to four

o'clock, le ; after four, Oil. THE EGYPTIANS: THEIR RACK, RELIGION, EDUCATION, tc. ALECTURE will be delivered by Mr AZIZ AHMAD, a Native of Lucknow. Hindu- Man, of Afghaao-Arabian Descent, and a Convert to Christianity from Muhammadanism—Subject, " EON PT AND THE EGYPTIANS "—ln
06 September 1882 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland