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IN USB AMONGST ALL CLASSES,

IN USB AMONGST ALL CLASSES,

USB AMONGST ALL CLASSES, ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, IN USE EIGHTY-FOUR YEARS. ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, EIGHTY-FOUR YEARS. May be had throughout the United Kingdom, In boxes la, Is lsd, 2s 9d, 43 6d, lls and 22e 13, NEW ORMOND-STBEBT, LONDON. MIDDLETON (BUNBEG), CO. DONEGAL. THE Derry Journal m
06 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WORRYING ABOUT TRIFLES.

WORRYING ABOUT TRIFLES.

There is legend of pastor whose safety lay in wearing only one garter. Michael Scott lost his magic skill if his wand was handled another. These legends show the popular belief that trifling restrictions are always the hardest to observe. Campan tells an amusing story of Mdme. L
06 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE DERRY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 1, 1885. IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE. of Guardians have not done their dnty to the

THE DERRY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 1, 1885. IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE. of Guardians have not done their dnty to the

poor. This is a proof too—if farther proof were still needed after the experience of late contests, that the men appointed guardians ought not tz, have been appointed, and that those appointed, having regard to the fact that nearly all not the rates the poorest districts the uni
01 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SUNDRIES.

SUNDRIES.

Pocket Handkerchiefs Id each. Coloured Squares for the neck 2d and 2sd. Ladies’ Silk Ties 6d, lOd, and Is. Sheetings, two yards wide, only Gd per yard. Brown Linens 3d per yard. Hat Ornaments. Feathers, Birds, Wings, Aigrettes, Gold Tinsel Shapes, Beads, Flowers, drc. New Broche
01 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE HARVEST OF THE DEEP,

THE HARVEST OF THE DEEP,

Mr. R. M. Fleming, Culdaff, writes ns opportunely on point of vital interest to the fishing industry on the neighboring coasts. We desire give his suggestions all prominence, since the time is now peculiarly fitting, but at the same time we deem it due to ourselves to say that M
01 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR IN THE SOUDAN. ENGAGEMENT WITH THE HASSANEYEH TRIBE. THE REPORTED RETREAT OF OSMAN DiGNA. Donoola, Tuesday— The troops

THE WAR IN THE SOUDAN. ENGAGEMENT WITH THE HASSANEYEH TRIBE. THE REPORTED RETREAT OF OSMAN DiGNA. Donoola, Tuesday— The troops

have had engagement with the Hassaneyeb tribe, near Hanuak monntain, south Merawi, killing twenty, and capturing six tribesmen and number of cattle. The Mudtr’s troops suffered loss. (daily chronicle telegram.) Suakim, Monday Afternoon.— Great disappointment has been caused here
01 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
“ STATE” LINE.

“ STATE” LINE.

STATE” LINE. Full Powered Bt^?jnahJpf. 3TAT>. ALABAMA. STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 3TAT.. •'P INDIANA. STATE OF NEVADA. STATE OF NEBRASKA. | STATE GEORGIA. One of the above Vessels will Sail NEW YORK FROM GLASGOW EVERY FRIDAY; -J LARNE HARBOUR (BELFAST) EVERY •SATURDAY, -yin.; Passenge
03 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
“ICH DIEN,

“ICH DIEN,

NEW PERFUME, BY FRED. LEWIS (Registered), Commemorative of the Visit of the PRINCE AND PRINCESS TO IRELAND, APRIL Bth, 1885. Vyl/'E respectfully inform the Trade and the ▼ Public generally that are now ready to receive Orders. FRED. LEWIS & CO., 6, FLEET-STREET, DUBLIN. R SUN FI
03 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZES FOR GAELIC.

PRIZES FOR GAELIC.

A MEMBER of the Council of the Gaelic Union offers a Prize of £5 to the teacher of a National or other Elementary School who shall pass the lai gest number of Scholars in Irish in the County Donegal at the Examinations of 1885 ; also, Two Guineas in Prizes, to be divided between
03 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
APOLOGY

APOLOGY

'S'TE hereby Eetract any Statements made regarding Mr. Andrew Christie and his Wife, ot Turmeil. We publicly admit there was no ground or foundation for such Statements ; and hereby apologise for having circulated same. Dated this 30th March, 1885. (Signed), HI3 . DAVID M‘CLOSKE
03 April 1885 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland