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The Huddersfield - eo LL Chronicle Aa AND WEST YORKSHIRE ADVERTISER. xo. 25. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1850. Price 44d. - ee ALMONDBURY 70 THE MEDICAL PROFESSION AND SUPERB DISPLAY OF AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS. ESTABLISHED 1772. jELD [held] AND IETY [IT] BY SPECIA [SPECIAL] ERALLY. [REALLY] S SHAW, 28, New-strEEt, [New-street] HuppERSFIELD, [Huddersfield] begs to announce his RETURN from the LONDON HOLDSWORTH SONS' GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSES, f SOc [So] P TAL APPOINTMENT. and OTHER MARKETS, witha [with] Large and Choice Assortment of FRENCH MERINOES, [MARINES] Long and Square NEW WELLS, WAKEFIELD. p RESIDENT-B. N. R. BATTY, Esq. ENGLAND, CHEMIST, MARKET-PLACE, PAISLEY and WOOL SHAWLS, the Newest Styles in MANTLES ; Vicr-PRESIDENTS. [Vicar-PRESIDENTS] JAMES BENNETT, Eso, [So] art, LON B.N. R. BATTY, Jun., Eso, [So] a EASTER JOHN DOUGILL, Esq fey party ls Bee RICHARD ARMITAGE, Esq. ps ANNUAL EXHIBITION. sECOND [second] ANNUAL EXHIBITION E above Society, will take place on WEDNESDAY of the per 25th, [the] in the'CENTRAL ScHOOL-ROoM, [School-Room] i adjoining, which will be embellished jw variety of Specimens of 30 prs, [pr] FRUITS, AND VEGETABLES, FLO shed by Gentlemen and Amateurs. gad erable [enable] number of Prizes will be awarded, a List be seen by reference to the Printed Schedule a j the above, there will also be an go) GARDENERS' STORE PIGS. Sioa [Sion] Gentlemen will also show their Swine as en for Honorary Prizes. . (oop [op] o'clock, the Friends and Members of this At ol partake (as usual) of the GARDENERS' HARVEST-HOME SUPPER, FIELD Songs, Glees, and Recitations will, at intervals, wo of the evening. wa the or ADMISSION -From Two to Four o'clock, ur to Six, 8d. Supper Tickets, ONE SaIL- [Ail- Sail] gi a 'Admission after Supper-To Ladies and Gen- [Gent] Hy i Operatives, 3 CONFERENCE. NVERSION [VERSION] of the LANCASHIRE ON LIC [LICE] SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, for the esta. [east] U a System of Secular Education, to be maintained hen tes, [te] and under the management of local authorities uf [of] a the ratepayers, into a NATIONAL ASSO- [ASS- Assignee] geet [feet] pERENCE Prince] for the consideration of the above THe [The] on will be held in the MecHanics' [Mechanics] InstiTUTION, [Institution] on WEDNESDAY, October 30th, [the] at Eleven ae the oon. [on] in Oe wrote of the principles of the Association to obtain the appointment of delegates from reer [refer] nective [negative] localities, or to attend in their individual ier [er] de assist in the deliberations of the Conference. PUBLIC MEETING will be held on the soning [singing] of the same day.-By order, we ROBERT WILSON SMILES, Secretary. (yoss-street, [loss-street] Manchester, St 10th, [the] 1850. ----- MONSIEUR ERNEST ANTHONY, MasTER [Master] TO THE HUDDERSFIELD COLLEGE AND MONSIEUR ANTHONY, frexcH [French] MaSTER [Master] TO THE HUDDERSFIELD COLLEGIATE ScHOOL, [School] EG to announce that they have some Vacant Time which they would be happy to fill up b yt LESSONS in the FRENCH and ITALIAN LAN- [LANGUAGES] TAGES, [GATES] both in Huddersfield and the adjacent towns. The Messrs. Anthony, intending to form Two EVEN- [Even] Wc CLASSES, one for Beginners, and the other for pupils, request those persons who may be sof [of] joining these Classes to signify their intention iefore [before] the 29th inst. Address THE COLLEGE, HUDDERSFIELD. je Persons wh ge requested rf (MPERIAL [IMPERIAL] FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED, 1803. SUBSCRIBED AND INVESTED CAPITAL, SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS. HE Rates in this Company have been framed on the Lowest Scale consistently with security to the dscured, [secured] and so as to enable the Company to meet all their Loses promptly. Any Instructions for Policies with which the Company tur [tue] be favoured will be punctually attended to by GEO. LANCASHIRE and Co., Share Brokers, Agents for Huddersfield. THE LEEDS TIMES. HE Proprietor, in acknowledging the gratifying T support extended to this J ournal, [journal] has leasure [pleasure] 4 announcing that arrangements are now complete, for rating the Leeds Times in a handsome and uniform NEW TYPE, ( AND AFTER SATURDAY, THE 51x [x] OF OCTOBER, uuch, [such] while sufficiently bold for convenient perusal, will equivalent to an ENLARGEMENT OF THE PAPER .., 10 THE EXTENT OF ABOUT SIX COLUMNS. 'th the power of compressing a large amount of news ate a small space, afforded by the NEw [New] TYPE, added to the 'ple [le] dimensions of the Paper itself, the Leeds Times will practically HE CHEAPEST AND LARGEST SINGLE NEWS- [NEWSPAPER] PAPER IN THE PROVINCES. tn the Coplousness [Consciousness] and accuracy of its general intelli- [until- intelligent] Lom [Lo] X willnot [will not] be surpassed by the best of the Weekly or Provincial Journals; and of the News of the sd, districts of Leeds, Bradford, Hudders- [Udders- Huddersfield] rex [re] Halifas, [Halifax] Wakefield, Dewsbury, &c., there will be a viable fulness [Furness] of details than has heretofore been prac- [pray- practice] hie Leeds Tines may be had direct from the Office, wii) [ii] ABD, [AND] BRiccaTE, [Brigade] LEEDS (where Advertisements ett [et] en unlcations [calculations] should be addressed); or of any News Stl [St] Post-master throughout England, Ireland, and GRAND EXCURSION VE R B TO 'BY, NOTTINGHAM, AND BIRMINGHAM. A SPECIAL TRAIN will leave NORMAN- [Nominating] liNgqey [longer] &' DERBY, NOTTINGHAM, and BIR- [BIRD- Half] half iM, on WEDNESDay, [Wednesday] 25th of SEPTEMBER, 1850, HRA [HA] o'clock in the morning, and return from BMX Pa NGHAM [INGHAM] at 12 45 at noon, NOTTINGHAM, at 2, at 245 p.m., on Frupay, [Friday] 27th SEPTEM- [SEPT- September] tee S Eh TH) eee [see] 'ohous-from [house-from] 19 ee real will stay at Derby FARES TO DERBY AND BACK lst [last] class. 2nd class. 9s. Od. Zs. Od. 8s. 6d. 6s. Od. 7s. Od. 5s. Od. FARES TO ey OR NOTTINGHAM, AND BACK. Bradford 9s, Od. 8s. Od. 7s. Od. Bruty [Brute] dren [den] under twelve years of age half price. alte late] sation [station] cial [coal] Train will leave at 7 45 a.m., calling YwNge [Neg] 2 Special train leaving at 8 45 a.m., and reach- [reaching] Bering at9 [at] 15 a.m. , 2 cola Ad announces that he has been appointed res LL ENT [EN] in HUDDERSFIELD, for the sale o wisn, [wise] 4 EAGLAND'S PATENT TRUSSES, ch, for efficiency of action, comfort to th durability, will be found superior to any yet invented pe peculiarly ao to suit the various kinds of Hernia. Asa froot [foot] it these Trusses are superseding all others, highest can, if ired, [red] show Testimonials from the uired, [fired] Medical jes, [jess] IMPORTANT TO THE WORKING CLASS. DEFENDER FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE OFFICE. Registered pursuant to 7 8 Vic., cap 110. 34, NEW BRIDGE-STREET, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON. ESTABLISHED 1846. CAPITAL, ONE MILLION STERLING, RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH, Esq., Chairman THOMAS CoTTERELL, [Terrell] Esq., Deputy Chairman. . Director-J OHN [ON] KELDAY, [KELLY] This Company, in order to extend Life Assurance to that class of persons who have hitherto been debarred from par- [participating] ticipating [anticipating] in its benefits, have made arrangements for the Assurance of Lives by Weekly and Monthl [Month] Payments, for woe purpose they have had calcula' [calculate] the following ables [able] - FOR THE ASSURANCE OF 100, PAYABLE AT DEATH. Weekly Mnthly [Monthly] Weekly Mnthly [Monthly] Weekly Mnthly [Monthly] prem. [pre] prem. [pre] prem. [pre] prem. [pre] prem. [pre] prem. [pre] 8. d. 8s. d. s. a s. d. s. d s. d. 20; 9 3 1 35) 1 2 4 1 50 7 5 25 19 3.5 1 4 5 2 55 2 8 9 30 1 310 45' 1 6 6 5 60 210 ll 56 EXAMPLE A Person, 30, may, by a weekly pay- [payment] ment [men] of ls., or a monthly payment of 3s 10d. secure to his family, at his death, the sum of 100, or by larger or er payment may secure a proportionate sum. A person may also bya [by] small weekly or monthly payment secure to himself on attaining the age of 50, 55, é0 or any other the payment of a stated sum, or in case of his earlier death, the same sum would be paid to his family. In cases of sickness or want of employment the Direc- [Direct- Directors] tors will give Credit for the Premiums, which will remain as acharge [charge] upon the Polizy [Policy] for such period as may be agreed upon at 5 per cent The duty of every man to make such provision for th benefit of his family as his circumstances will permit, is universally acknowledged. To effect this important object to the best advantage and with the least inconvenience, there are no means which can be adopted so secure and so beneficial as that of Life Assurance, which is now brought within the means of every working man. The weekly or monthly payments required are so small that every man may afford sixpence or shilling per week, and thereby have the great and happy consolation of thinking that he has made such a provision for his widow and family as will prevent them from being a burthen [Burton] upon others, when eath [earth] may deprive them of his support. FIRE INSURANCES Of every description taken at the most moderate rates. Farming Stock Insured at 2s. 6d. per cent. Forms of Proposal, Tables of Rates, and every other information may be had on application to EDWARD COOKE, Law Stationer and Accountant, 17, Cross Church-street, Agent for Huddersfield and Neighbourhood; Mr. John Mellor, Assistant Overseer, Hollin Hall, Kirkheaton; or to Geo. Jagger, Assistant Overseer, Honley; John Siddal, Bookseller, &., Cleckheaton; Benjamin Ellis, Post Office, Gomersal. ts required in all the villages around Huddersfield. Applications for the appointment to be addressed to Mr. E. Cooke, 17, Cross Church-street, Huddersfield. HE INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE AND DEPOSIT COMPANY. CAPITAL, 100,000, IN 40,000 SHARES OF 2 10s. EACH 2, WATERLOO-PLACE, PaLL [All] Matt, LONDON; AND 27, CORPORATION-STREET, MANCHESTER. Registered pursuant to Act 7 and 8 Victoria, 110. (For enabling all Classes to participate in the advantages of Life Assurance, by granting Policies as low as 5; by accepting Premiums in Quarterly, Monthly, or Weekly Payments; by making beneficial provision where cir- [circumstances] cumstances [cum stances] prevent the Assured from paying all the Premiums and affording other important advantages hitherto unattainable by means of Assurance Companies.) Thus, by a Week ent [end] of One Shilling, a person 20 years of e may Assure 149 3s. if 'sere df age, 118 1s. and if 40 years of age, 89 7s.-to be paid to their families at death. By a Monthly payment of One Shilling, a person 20 years of age may Assure 34 11s. en of age, 27 7s. 6d.; and if 40 years of age, 20 13s. -to be paid to their Ry 2 Quarterly payment of One Shillin [Shilling] 20 By a rter [rte] mt of One g, a person years of ae may Assure 11 12s. 6d. if 30 years of age, 9 4s.; and if 40 'nel [ne] of age, 6 19s.-to [1st.-to] be in like manner paid at death. DEFERRED ANNUITIES also will be granted in consideration of the like payments. Thus, by a Weekl [Week] ent [end] of One Shilling, a person 20 years of age may secure an Annuity of 9 13s. Gi. to commence at 50; or 23 14s. 2d., to commence at 60 years of age-receivable Annually until death. A person aged 30 years, may, by the like payments, receive 5 2s. 8d. from 50, or 13 17s. 10d. from 60 years of age; and if 40 years of age, 2 0s. 8d. from 50, or 7 4s. 4d. from 60 years of age-receivable until death. By a monthly payment of Two Shillings, a person aged may receive an Annuity for Life of 4s 1s., to com- [commence] mence [fence] at 50; or 11 2s. 8d., to commence at 60 years of age. rson [son] aged 30, may, by the like payments, receive 2 8s 4d from 50, or 6 10s. 8d. from the age of 60 years; and if 40 years of age, 19s., to commence from 50, or 3 7s. 8d., to commence from 60 years of age. Other Advantages are also offered by the DEPosir Deposit or ' ACCUMULATIVE SYSTEM, under which the entire Pre- [Premium] mium [mum] is paid in one sum, the whole of which (after one year) will be returned, with a stated increase, at fourteen days' notice whenever required, on the Policy being delivered up; or the full amount paid may be borrowed at interest, on security of the Policy alone. vill [bill] Th rson [son] aged 20, on payment of 3 9s. 9d., w a olicy [policy] assuring' 10 at Death (on which Policy no further payment whatever is required), and after the first year may receive back 3 9s. 9d., or after the sixth ear 3 15s. 2d., as shown in Table, and surrender the Policy or may borrow the full amount of Premium paid, at the usual interest, on security of the Policy only, repaying the Loan at convenience. A person aged 30, on payment of 4 0s. 10d., or, aged 40, on payment of 4 14s. 8d., would each receive a Policy for 10, with the advantage of withdrawing or borrowing an the same manner. penefte [benefit] of This system may thus be said to combine the benefits o Life with the advantages of a Savings' Bank, as it provides a sum of money for the benefit of survivors in the event of death; a Cash Fund, as much at command as if deposited in a Savings' Bank, available for temporary use; and a continually rncreasing [increase] Provsion [Provision] for Old Age. Premiums TO AssuRE [Assured] 100 on a SINGLE LIFE. Ruane Ran] M4 Meet the Speci [Specie] b WITHOUT PROFITS. cst [cost] heayj [Heath] Special Train at Normanton, by Giang [Gang] Manchester ir- Age. Annual Half-Yearly Quarterly Single Teen ewsbury [Dewsbury] at a Huddersfield at 8 3, Mir Premium. Premium. Premium. Premium. ip, a At Normanton on Wednesday morning 64a .84. .84. a .84. .84. 5. d. 9 9 01611 8 7 3417 6 Mar 2 11610 W] 019 0 09 8 3711 8 RIMONY [MATRIMONY] MADE EASY; 30 2161 1 W1] 15 01010 40 8 5 OR H 35 4 5 012 4 431211 Prorasg, [presage] WTO WIN A LOVER. 70 2150 18 W 18] 41 014 4 47 6 8 aj Baten [Bate] oe LISTON, 2, Hastings-street, 45 3 410 113 5 01611 51 9 1 ites [its] gn Crescent, London, will send free to any 50 3179 201 10 [W W 10] 44 5519 7 tins Celpt [Sept] of thirteen uncut postage stamps, plan 55 415 W] 2 2 9 1 411 6017 5 ul tle [te] ladies and gentlemen to win thede- [these] 69 518 W] 9 3 1 4 111 2 6519 9 a8 may des of as many of the opposite sex as their thrall The process is simple, but so captivat- [captivate- captivating] WITH PROFITS. '8, that all may be married, irrespective Age. -Annual Half-Yearly) Quarterly Single r or position, while the most fickle or Premium. Premium. Premium Premium vl readily bow to its attraction. Young and ale 7 its inf oS 88 Well as the t, are alike sub- [sub] .8.d. ..d. 8. d. . 8. d. ' ted yates; [Yates] and last, though not least, itcan [it can] 20 117 5 019 4 910 2 4 (shle [she] ith it] such ease and delicacy that detection is 25 22 1 1 9 oo 99 3 Be Remoy, REM] ed fr 30 16 6 ina dings. Beware 211711 014 2 45 Naat [Neat] iitatng [hesitating] pretend Buildings. Beware of of 210 112 4 016 5 491311 Seeiving Seeing] an answer are requested to writeand [write and 45 314 1 118 2 019 4 54 6 50 4 811 2 510 [W] 13 3 5815 7 Up 5 5 8 9 216 0 18 6 6818 3 60 615 8 310 0 115 8 69 5 8 Wrongs AND SINGING IN THE EAR ALLY CURED WITHOUT PAIN OR Te OPERATION. om of this wonderfully discovered & at wy Or fift [fight] ' length. ge JAMES VERBRUGAN, [VERBENA] offer (eon [on] to the Institution for Cure of Deafness, Ce, rat aul [al] ue to the Ears of those afflicted with Deaf- [Deaf] Y years enables them to hear a watch fae [far] her discovery to the public from Prospectuses, with Forms of Proposals, &c., and every additional information, may be obtained tuitously, [gratuitously] on application at the chief Office, 2, Waterloo -place, Pall Mall, London; 27, Corporation-street, Manchester or of the he AGENTS - HuppERSFIELD-BEN. [Huddersfield-BEN] BOWER, 2, Market-walk. Halifax-James Hervey, Accountant. Mirfield-William Ormsby. Holmfirth-Samuel Wimpenny. seg [se] any part 280 Bain, and will forward it, Carriage 'Bradford-Thomas Haig, 33, Kirkgate. receing [receiving] Packed in a small Case with full Direc- [Direct- Directly] Birstal-George [Bristol-George -George] Bromley, Savings' Bank. Ney [Ne] pt of 1 rge [re] ' Maj, Order, S in Postage Stamps, orby [obey] 'Wakeficld-Lamb [Wakefield-Lamb] and Heald, 199, Kirkgate. My i ee to Dr. James VERBRUGAN, [VERBENA] 6, Leeds-Edward Hayes, 7, Park-row. Pain Rot one of yee [see] London. York-Wm. Willoughby, King's Head. Xe, oF the usual quack advertisements, but a Bolton-Richardson and Marsland, Solicitors, Feasegate. [Feast] fey ithe [the] study yr bared by one who has devoted hiswhole [his whole] Sheffield-Michael Beal, 72, Fargate. [Forget] Xe his priy [privy] of the Ear, and who daily Ripon-John Fleetham. Wer [We] Presence of Practice and all the Ear Infirmaries [C] uel [eel] Oliver, M.A. af its eee [see] who have been for the appointment of Agents to be ad- [ads] ws ren to an infant a arful [awful] being perfectly dressed to Wa, THOS. Woops, [Woods] Esq., Resident Director, 2, Waterloo-place, Pall-Mall, London. 4 I FURS, in real and French Sable, Chin- [Christi] cea [ce] Ermine, Squirrel, &c. &c.; COBURGS, [Co burgs] ALPACAS, SILKS, SILK VELVETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, c. &e. Ladies are invited to inspect this STOCK of GOODS before making Purchases, and will be offered at prices which will ensure a continuation of public patronage. S. S. would especially call attention to his MILLINERY DEPARTM [DEPARTMENT] NT, which, for style and elegance, cannot be s A large Assortment of DRESS CAPS and BLACK BONNETS constantly on hand. OBSERVE, 28, NEW-STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. as the whole are entirely New, HATS AT EXTRAORDINARY PRICES, AT G. BAYLDON'S, 37, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. REAT [REST] REDUCTION IN SUMMER HATS.-The hyr [her] Hat, from three-and-a-half to four ounces weight, that has been selling at 9s. is reduced to 8s.; and the Light Zephyr, at 12s, is reduced to 10s. 6d.; the Black and Drab Paramatta, [Pratt] at 5s. 9d., are reduced to 4s. 6d.; Black and Drab Shell Hats, at 5s. 6d., are reduced to 4s. 3d.; Boys Satin Velvet Hats, at 4s. 6d., are reduced to 3s. 9d. The above List of Prices will be found such as never have been offered to a British Public. ' BOYS' AND MEN'S CAPS AT REDUCED PRICES. E N O M F T H &E I R Ww R D. Whenever I've ask'd about Moses and Son, We albsee [Albs] the dealings of Moses and Son, One character always I've heard- [heard and] And.' judgment need not be deferred 3 That they show in the manner their business is done, We pronounce them to be, as we ever have done, They're perfectly 'men of their word. They promise to turnish [Turkish] the public with dress, At whose quality none have demurr'd; [murder'd] , And, after a trial, I frankly confess They prove themselves men of their word. E. MosEs [Moss] and Son have declared that, in charge, e dealings of men of their word. No more let us marvel and puzzle to know Why Monopoly now is so curr'd; cure'd] The plain simple reason at once will I show, Messrs. are 'men of their word. Whenever I've ask'd about and Son, No heavy expense is incurred One character always I've heard- [heard and] And here have they prov'd to the public at large, That they show in the manner their business is done, To be perfectly men of their word. of their word. They're perfectly men OBSERVE E. MOSES AN D TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 19, THORNTON BUILDINGS, BRIDGE-STREET, BRADFORD, YORKSHIRE. Branch of their London Establishment, 154, 155, 156, 157, and 83, 84, 85, and 86, opposite the Church, Corner of Minories and Aldgate, City, London, all communicating and forming one vast CauTIon.-E. [Caution.-E] MOSES SON, regret having to guard the Publie [Public] against imposition having learned that the untradesman-like [tradesmen-like] falsehood ot being connected with them, or It's all the same concern, has been resorted to in many instances, and for obvious reasons. They have no connection with ener [enter] House in or out of London, except their Branch Establishments, 36, Fargate, [Forget] Sheffield; and 19, Thornton's dings, Bradford, Yorkshire; and those who desire genuine and Cheap Clothing, &c., should call at, or send to, either of their Branches, or to the Minories and Aldgate, City, London. ; eit [it] TAKE suis. [sis] This Establishment is Closed from sunset Friday till sunset Saturday, when business is resumed welve [twelve] o'clock. This Establishment will be Closed this EVENING, September 16th, [the] resuming business as usual on Monday Morning, September 23rd, at 7 o'clock. ESTABLISHED 1836, NOTICE -EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES. ONE OF THE FIRM MAY BE CONSULTED AT HUDDERSFIELD, EVERY THURSDAY, AT MR. GEORGE BROOK'S, WEST PARADE, (Opposite the Bee Hive, ATTENDANCE DAILY, 32, COOPER-STE MANCHESTER, A LITTLE INFORMATION RESPECTING THE TEETH, by Mr. F. ESKELL, [SKILL] Surgeon Dentist, (of the Firm of EsKELL [Skill] and Sons, Dentists,) No. 32, ooper-street, [Cooper-street] nearly opposite the Mechanics' Intstitution, [Institution] Manchester.- [Manchester] Artificial Teeth fixed on the New Principle of It is well known that there exists a feeling of delicacy on this subject, which often prevents the advice of friends from being given, even where the necessity for so doing is ap nt. One of the uses of this advertisement, therefore, may be to afford an opportunity for performing that act of kindnegs [kindness] by referring to or enclosing a copy of it, either avowedly or otherwise. Any rt of the information here givey) [give] may be communicated in such a manner as i best to insure for it individual regard, and which may thus, hy directing attention to the subject, prove a lasting benefit. 14 NEGLECTED STATE OF THE MOUTH HIGHLY D TAL TO HEALTH. In this refined age, in all s of life, in eve e of society, a state of the mouth is of the the loss of teeth et only destroys a Poe of the foes but is highly detrimental to health. en the teeth are lost, it is impossible properly to make use of solifl [skilful] food; and if the stomach is then loaded with pieces without being masticated, the patient is exposed to the distressing indigestions, [indigestion] the stomach loses its power of contraction, and becomes weaker, as it no longer digests Besides this effect upon the general health, the vacancies occasioned by the missing teeth cause those remainitg.to [remaining.to] become loose, or to approximate too closely to each other, the features to be drawn from their original ions, and the countenance to ap wholly distorted. To remedy this, recourse should be had, with as little delay as possible, to the Dentist's aid, who (supposing him skilled in his profession), besides attending to the Fe sche [she] state of the mouth, will supply Artificial Teeth, upon such unerring principles as to defy detection, whilst the ing gratification is experien [experience] of seeing the features gradually restored to that uniformity so essentially requisite to youth, beauty, and agreeable appearance, and, 'though last not least, answering satisfactorily for all the p of mastication and articulation. ty, can be matched so closely in shape and Mr. F. ESKELL'S [SKILL'S] Incorrodible and Artificial Teeth, of surpassin [surpassing] colour to those left in the mouth, and are formed so exactly to naturp, [nature] that the closest observer cannot detect th These teeth are fixed from one to a complete set, upon the néw [new] principle of self-adhesion, without extracting any teeth or stumps, or giving any pain whatever; and, being incorrodilile,-they [incredible,-they] possess the superior advantage of never changing colour or decaying. They adapt themselves over the most tend f-gyras, [tend f-grass] or remaining roots, without the least pain, and serve to support and protect the adjoining teeth.-Artificial om the above principle, from 10s. each tooth; partial or whole sets accordingly. Gre [Re] as mL ON CARIOUS TEETH. 3 . The effect of the most beautiful countenance, with carious, discoloured teeth, prejudices the minds of all beholders. It conveys an idea that the individual is extremely negligent of those observances so necessary to cleanliness and health. On the contrary, if the carious teeth are filled (see stopping decayed teeth, next paragraph), and some necessary dental advice be obtained, the usual result of a clean mouth and sweet b will be produced; and the most favourable impressions must follow, however homely a person may be, far more than canal concomitants of neglected teethy [teeth] greatest e most alluring beauty, with teeth decayed and a tainted breath-the r. F. ESKELL'S [SKILL'S] Succedaneum [Succeeded] for Filling Decayed Teeth is supfrior [superior] to any composition hitherto made use of. It is applied in a soft state, like paste to the cavity of the decayed tootl, [total] hardens into an enamel, and becomes incor- [incur- incorporated] porated [ported] with the outer shell; thereby ayrenting [renting] the progress of decay, converting a decayed tooth into a sound one, and preventing the approaches of that dreaded malady, the toothache. i Disease of 'the Teeth is frequently occasioned by a collection of what is called tartarous [Tartars] matter, attaching itself to the parts of the teeth not exposed to friction in masticating food, or from a constitutional predisposition on the part of the patient and if this tartarous [Tartars] matter (which is constantly forming) is allowed to accumulate, it will speedily insinuate itself by degrees between the teeth and gums, and thus destroy that cannection [connection] which is necessary for their support ; the natural consequence of further neglect is, firstly, extensive inflammation, indicating the unhealthy state of the mouth; and, secondly, from the gradual loosening of the teeth, the successive loss of one tooth after another; in such cases, Scaling the Teeth is indispensably necessary. Many persons, from their extreme sensitiveness, are reluctant to adopt this method and, entirely from the fear of having to undergo what they have been accustomed to consider an operation, continue to deprive themselves of the comfort of clean teeth, and to incur the hazard of, perhaps, being almost toothless at a comparatively early age. This is a totally groundless fear. The cleaning of the teeth with instruments adapted to the purpose, if skilfully performed, need occasion no pain which the most delicate person would in the least regard, and will afford immedate [immediate] and permanent pleasyre; [pleasure] so much so, that those who have once experienced it will need no argument to induce them, at any time to repeat it, in case it should become in any degree necessary. CLEANING THE TEETH. . Attention to the preservation of the Teeth cannot be commenced teo [to] early. Children should be taught to make it part of their daily ablution and those who have grown up in the neglect of it should immediately resolve no longer to delay attending to it. It should always be remembered that, as nothing jsmore [remorse] easy than to contract a habit of neglecting the Teeth (which is often done unconsciously), so nothing is more easy than to overcome such a habit. A simple rule laid down and adhered to of attending to them every day (for a fortnight), would, in most cases, prove sufficient and when once they have been restored to a proper state, the comfort such a practice affords would, in most cases, effectually pre- [prevent] vent its being, on any after occasion, omitted. With regard to Tooth Powders and Lotions, a vast variety of pretensions have, at different times, been advanced if propety [property] prepared, however, their efficacy is undoubted but, unfortunately, many of the Tooth Powders which are offered for sale, with the promise of rendering the Teeth beautifully white, perform, for a short time, all that is promised, at the expense of a permanent and irremediable injury to the Teeth for they often contain a quantity of tartaric or other acid, which effects a gradual decomposition of the enamel Mr. Eskell's [Skill's] prepara- [prepared- preparations] tions [tins] do not contain any hurtful ingredient, and can be confidently regommended [recommended] for cleansing and beautifying the i injuring the enamel. i Teeth, without injuring CHILDREN'S TEETH.' Almost one is aware, that from about the age of six or eight years, children begin to loose their temporary and acquire thelr [their] permanent Teeth. This is a very important period as to its with the after Boek [Book] of life and parents can scarcely perform a greater service to the persons of their children by having their Teeth frequently inspected, in order to correct, whilst possible, any irregularity of formation. . In conclusion, Mr. F. Eskell [Skill] begs to observe, that he can be Consulted on all branches appertaining to the profes- [profess- profession] sion, without charge, at his residence, No. 32, Cooper-street, nearly opposite the Mechanics' tution, [tuition] Manchester. 2 fro till Five o'clock. ; ; Palates made in a superior manner badly-applied Teeth Re-modelled Extracting, Scaling, &e. Children's Teeth Regulated Schools attended. Attendance daily, 32, Cooper-street, nearly opposite the Mechanics' Institution, Manchester; and also in HUDDERSFIELD, EVERY THURSDAY, at Mr. GEORGE BROOK'S, West ParaDE, [Parade] (opposite the Bee Hive,) from Teg [Te] till Five. 3 DELIVERED CARRIAGE FREE TO ALL. PARTS OF ENGLAND. TEAS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. TEA WAREHOUSE, 2, BUCKLERSBURY, [Bucklers bury] CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. ISHMENT [NOURISHMENT] was commenced in the year 1830. Its SUCCESSFUL PROGRESS REY VEABS [WEBS] faa [aa] gett [get] our anticipations. The Patronage of the Public has elevated its position to one of the LARGEST in the TRADE. main object has been, and still is, to supply the Public on TRADE TERMS. Great and assuming as such an undertaking sonore [sore] to be, it is obvious that todo [too] BUSINESS on a- WHOLESALE SCALE, it is necessary to have wholesale appliances. In conformity with these ideas, our Locality was chosen in a bye thoroughfare, where Space and Accommodation are sufficient to carry on trade to ANY EXTENT, but without those merciless and enormous expenses inseparably attached to Retail Shops in prominent situations, whereby an Extravagant Profit is rendered necessary. Hence it will be seen that we are in a Position to supply the Public on the BEst [Best] and Most EconomicaL [Economical] TERMS-in fact, to supply at First Hand, by which all intermediate Profits are saved, i iety [it] of 'I'EAS [I'WAS] now imported into this country, dethands [demands] the most scrutinizing caution. In this we have Considerable Advantages, as from the extent of our Trade we are enabled to employ a Qualified and Experienced Person, whose sole duty is that of carefully Selecting, Tasting, and appropriating Teas for consumption. The following are our present quotations - BLACK TEAS. GREEN TEAS. s. d. PEG. Cone duty on all being 2s. 24d. renders comment Common Brom [From] 3 on the quality of this tea unnecessary.) g Young Hysom [Hansom] 3 4 Sound Congou [Congo] Ta ese 3 (This will mix with the 3s. black.) (A good useful tea for economical and large con 4 sumers.) [Summers] Fine Young Hyson [Dyson] 8 Strong Congou [Congo] Tea........... ea seas 3.4 (We recommend this with the 3s. 4d. black.) h approved of. x wih [with] an ea aoe) [are] 88 Soper Young so (Pekoe flayour, [flour] Strongly recommended.) Pritts [Pitts] 40 tea is more fa Tepuie [Tape] than aay [say] other it is Gumpowdar [Gunpowder] Tea 44 a very superior tea.) The finest Young Hyson [Dyson] 5 Finest Pekoe 4 4 (This is a high class tea.) (This is fit for any use.) Finest Lapsang [lapsing] Souchong 5 Fine Shot Gunpowder .......... wee 6 (This is rare tea, very scarce, of an extraordi- [extraordinary- extraordinary] ; nary flavour.) The finest Gunpowder imported 7 COFFEES. . The Coffee Market is very uncertain-prices changing daily. We quote the present prices 8s. d. Fine Ceylon Coffee 1 Fine Plantation (recommended) 12 Finest Java Coffee (superior Coffee) 1 4 Finest Cuba Coffee (strongly recommended) 1 6 Finest Mocha Coffee 1 8 Our Coffee is roasted by the latest improved patent machinery, h discussion having recently taken place in Parliament about; CHICORY, we are induced to keep the best imported, at 8d. per Th, on sale for those who prefer its admixture. , Having briefly alluded to the Hotel Keepers, Schools, and all rge [re] Establishments, who will derive considerable advantages from these arrange- [arrangements] ments. [rents] ARE DELIVERED CARRIAGE FREE TO ANY Part oF ENGLAND, when the quantity ordered exceeds Six Pounds; but the Carriage of Coffee is not Paid, unless accompanied by Tea. . Returning our best for past favours, we refer to our system f business as a satisfactory inducement for your d recommendation. farther MANSELL, HORNE, AND Co. 2, Bucklersbury, [Bucklers bury] Cheapside. ONE AGENT IN EVERY TOWN APPOINTED UPON 'APPROVAL OF REFERENCES, aa on which we conduct our business, we respectfully solicit the attention of Dro [Dr] GOODS DELIVERE [DELIVERED] advantage not offered to the same extent by any other CABINET FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY. Beps, [Bes] MATTRESSES, AND BLANKETS. MANTLE, TOILETTE, &C., GLASSES. PassaGe [Passage] CLOTHS, MaTTINas. [Mattings] for supplying Goods of sound materials and wor [or] D CARRIAGE FREE. At this Establishment parties furnishing have the opportunity of selecting every article of Household Furniture,an ouse [use] out of London. The Stock comprises- [comprises carpets] CARPETS AND HEarTH [Heart] Rucs. [Russ] PaPER-HANGINGS. [Paper-HANGINGS] DaMASKS [Damasks] AND MOREENS. [MOREEN] GENERAL FURNISHING HARDWARE, &v. The Show Rooms are replete with every possible variety in each respective department, suited to the tastes and circumstances of all purchasers, and no expense is spared by the Proprietors to maintain their long-established character 'kmanship. [workmanship] ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PURCHASED. LEGAL NOTICES. Duty Free. W BEREAS [BOREAS] a Petition of JAMES KAYE, of Scissett, in the parishes of High Hoyland and Emley, or one of them, in the county of York, journeyman joiner, an insolvent debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Yorkshire, holden at Holmfirth, in the said county, and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said James Kaye under the provisions of the statutes in that case made and provided, the said James Kaye is hereby required to in the said iden. at Ho aforesaid, the judge Said court, on the seventh day of October next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely, for his FIRST EXAMINATION touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said statutes. And Notice is Hereby Given that the choice of assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said James Kaye, or who have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. Frederick Robert Jones, jun., the clerk of the said court, at his office, at Holmfirth, in the said county. Dated the ninth day of September, 1850. F. R. JONES, Jun. Duty Free, HEREAS [WHEREAS] a Petition of JOHN HEALD, of Butterley, in the parish of Kirkburton, in the county of York, general dealer, an Insolvent Debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Yorkshire, holden at Holmfirth, in the said county, and an interim order for rotection [protection] from process having been given to the said John eald, [Dale] under the provisions of the statutes in that case made and provided, the said John Heald is hereby required to ap' in the said court to be holden at afore- [fore- aforesaid] said, before the Judge of the said Court, on the Seventh day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the pre- [precisely] cisely, [wisely] for his FIRST EXAMINATION touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said statutes. And Notice is hereby given that the choice of Assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons 'ndebted [indebted] to the said John Heald, or who have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. Frederick Robert Jones, Jun., the Clerk of the said Court, at his Office, at Holmfirth, in the said county. Dated the ninth day of September, 1850, F. R. JONES, Jun. Duty Free. HEREAS [WHEREAS] a Petition of THOMAS RHODES, of Holmfirth, in the county of York, machine-maker, JOSEPH VARLEY, of Holmfirth afore- [fore- aforesaid] said, machine-maker, and JOHN KNIGHT, of Honley, in the Parish of Almondbury, machine-maker, which said Thomas Rhodes, Joseph Varley, and John Knight were up to the month of July, one thousand eight hundred and any Co-partners in Trade, carrying on business at Holm- [Holmfirth] firth aforesaid, as machine-makers, Insolvent Debtors, having been filed in the County Court of Yorkshire, holden at Holmfirth, in the said county, and an interim order for rotection [protection] from process having been given to the said omas [mas] Rhodes, Joseph Varley, and John Knight, under the provisions of the statutes in that case made and pro- [provided] vided, [sided] the said Thomas Rhodes, Joseph Varley, and John Knight are hereby required to ap in the said Court, to be holden at Holmfirth aforesaid, before the Judge of the said Court, on the Seventh day of October next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely, for their FIRST EX AMI- [EXAMINATION] NATION touching their Debts, Estates, and Effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said statutes. And Notice is Hereby Given, that the choice of Assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. persons indebted to the said Thomas Rhodes, Joseph Varley, and John Knight, or who have any of their Effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. Frederick Robert Jones, jun., the Clerk of the said Court, at his Office, at Holmfirth, in the said county. Dated the ninth day of September, 1850. F, R. JONES, Jun. HEALTH WHERE 'TIS [ITS] SOUGHT OLLOWAY'S [HOLLOWAY'S] PILLS. CURE OF A DISORDERED LIVER AND STOMACH WHEN IN A MOST HOPELESS STATE, Extract of a Letter from Mr. Matthew Harvey, of Chapel Hall, Airdrie, Scotland, dated the 15th January, 1850. To Professor HOLLOWAY. Str,-Your [St,-Your] valuable Pills have been the means, with God's blessing, of restoring me to a state of perfect health, and at a time when I thought I was on the brink of the ve. I had consulted several eminent Doctors, who, after cing [cong] what they could for me, stated that they considered my case as hopeless, I ought to say that I had been suf- [su- suffering] fering [fearing] from a Liver and Stomach complaint of long stand- [standing] ing, which during the last two years got so much worse, that every one considered my condition as hopeless. I as a resource got a Box of your Pills, which soon gave re- [relief] lief, and by persevering in their use for some weeks, together with rubbing night and morning your Ointment over my chest and stomach, and right side, I have by their means alone got completely cured, and to the astonishment of myself and everybody who knows me. (Signed) Matraew [Mature] Harvey. CURE OF A CASE OF WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY OF FOUR YEARS' STANDING. Extract of a Letter from Mr. William Smith, of No. 5, Little Thomas- [Street] street, Gibson-street, Lambeth, dated Dee. 12th, 1849. 2 To Professor HOLLOWay. [Holloway] Srr,-I [Sir,-I] beg to inform you that for nearly five years I hardly knew what it was to have a day's health, suffering from extreme weakness and debility, with constant nervous headaches, giddiness, and sickness of the stomach, together with a great depression of spirits. I used to think that nothing could benefit me, as I had been to many medical men, some of whom, after doing all that was in their power, informed me that they considered that I had some spinal complaint beyond the reach of cure, together with a very disordered state of the stomach and liver, making my case so complicated that nothing could be done forme. [form] One day, being unusually ill and in a dejected state, Isaw Is] your Pills advertised, and resolved to give them a trial, more perhaps from curiosity than with a hope of being cured, however I soon found myself better by taking them, and so I went on persevering in their use for six months, when I am. happy to say they effected a perfect cure. (Signed) WILLIAM SMITH. (frequently called EDwaRD.) [Edward] CURE OF ASTHMA OF TWENTY YEARS' STANDING. Extract of a Letter from Mr. J. K. Heydon, 78, King-street, Sydney, dated 10th 1849, To Professor HoLLowayr. [Holloway] Srr,-I [Sir,-I] have the pleasure to inform you that many ex- [extraordinary] traordinary [ordinary] cures of Asthma have been effected here by the means of your Pills. One is that of a Lady residing near the Razorback, who after having for twenty years been unable to make the slightest exertion, suffering very fear- [fearfully] fully from shortness of breath, coughing, and spitting, but is now, to use her own expression, able to run up to the top of that mountain. Another case is that of Mr. Caton, Tailor, Hutchinson's Buildings, Clarence-street, who was so dreadfully bad that he was confined eniirely [entirely] to his bed- [bedroom] room for six months, prior to his commencing with your Pills, and attended regularly by his medical man, who pro- [pronounced] nounced [announced] him to be in a dying state, yet he, likewise, to my knowl [know] has been restored to perfect health by the use of your Pills, and rubbing your Ointment night and morn- [morning] ing into the chest. (Signed) J. K, HEYDON. THE EARL OF ALBOROUGH [BOROUGH] CURED OF A LIVER AND STOMACH COMPLAINT. Extract of a Letter from His Lordship, dated Villa Messina, v Toshio [Tosh] 21st 1845. To Professor HOLLOWAY. Sir,-Various circumstances prevented the possibility of my ing you before this time for your politeness in sending me your Pills as you did. I now take this oppor- [upper- opportunity] tunity [unity] of sending you an order for the amount, and, at the same time, to add that your Pills, have effected a cure of a disorder in my Liver and Stomach, which all the most eminent of the Faculty at home and all over the Continent, had not been able to effect; nay, not even the waters of Carisbad [barricaded] and Marienbad. [Miranda] I wish to have another Box and a Pot of the Ointment, in case any of my family should ever require either. Your most obliged and obedient servant, (Signed) ALDBOROUGH. These celebrated Pills are wonderfully efficacious in the following A Female Irrogul [Irregular] gue [ge] emale [female] i- ing' ma Trregulari. [Irregular] Scrofula, or King's Bilious Complaints Fevers of all kinds Sore Throats Blotches on the Fits Stone and Gravel Gout Secon [Second] 8 Bowel Complaints Head-ache toma [Tom] yer Colics Indigestion Tic-Douloureux [Tic-Dolores] Constipation of the Inflammation Tumours Bowels Jaundice Uleers [Ulcers] Consumption Liver Complaints Venereal Affections Debility Lumbago Worms of all kinds es Weakness, from Rheumatism whatever cause, ipelas [erysipelas] Retention ofurine [of urine] &c, &e. id at the Establishment of Professor HoLLoway, [Holloway] 244, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) London, and by most all re- [rebel] ble [be] ists, [its] and Dealers in Medicines throughout e civilized World, at the followi [follow] rices-Is. 1 d., ae. 0. 6d., Tis, [Is] 3s, sad. BM. Be There wa censiderable [considerable] saving by taking the larger sizes. -B.-Directi [B.-Direct] r the guidance of Patienta [Patients] in Disorder are affixed to each Hox [Ho] SALE BY MR. THORNTON. WOOLLEN CLOTHS. T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. THORN- [THORNTON] TON, on Fripay [Friday] next, the 27th of September, in the usual Sale Room, at the White Hart Inn, Huddersfield, One Hundred and Seventy-Eight Ends of superfine Broad and Narrow WOOLLEN CLOTHS, consisting of Blue and Black Broads, Hair Lines, ins, Shepherds and other prevailing colours and patterns. Sale to commence at Ten 0' in the forenoon. Catalogues may be had of the 2, New-street, on Wednesday 1 . SALES BY MR. TINKER. ee WOOD. T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. GEORGE TINKER, at the SOVEREIGN INN, SHEPLEY, or FRIDAY next, the 27th of September, at Six o'clock in the Evening, subject to conditions then to be produced,- [produced] 892 LARCH, SCOTCH FIR, SYCAMORE, and other TREES or POLES, being the entire clearing of the Planta- [Plantation] tion [ion] called Carr Edge, situate near to the Sovereign Inn aforesaid, about a mile from the Shepley Station of the Hudderstield [Huddersfield] and Sheffield Railway, in which Plantation the said Trees or Poles are now standing or growing. Further particulars may be had on application to Mr. Davip [David] of Netherthong, Woodman; or to the AUCTIONEER, at his Office, Holmfirth. September 18th, [the] 1850. BUILDING GROUND NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION, HOLMFIRTH. O be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. GEORGE TINKER, at the house of Mr. William Dyson, the Ware Hart Inn, HOLMFIRTH, on WEDNESDAY next, the 25th day of September, at Seven o'clock in the evening, in the following or such other lots as may be agreed upon at the time of sale, and subject to such conditions as will be then produced - Lot 1.-All that eligible Piece of BUILDING GROUND near to the railway station at Lane End, Holmfirth, being part of a close of land called Lumb Bank, bounded on the east by Bridge Lane, which separates it from the said sta- [station] tion, [ion] west by the goit [gout] of the mill known as Thomas Charles- [Charlesworth] worth's Mill, north by the said mili, [mile] and south by the remainder of the said close, and containing by admeasure- [ad measure- ad measurement] ment [men] 253 square yards (more or less). Lot 2.-All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND south of and adjoining Lot 1, and extending from Bridge Lane to the river Holme, and containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 228 square yards (more or less). Lot 3.-All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND south of Lot 2, and containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 294 square yards (more or less). Lot 4.-All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, with the erections thereon, being south of Lot 3, and ex- [extending] tending from the Greenfield and Shepley Lane Head turn- [turnpike] pike road to the river Holme, and containing by admeasure- [ad measure- ad measurement] ment [men] 284 square yards (more or less). Lot 5.-All that other Plot of BUILDING GROUND, with the outbuildings thereon, lying south of Lot 4, and containing by admeasurement [ad measurement] 790 square yards (more or ) ess). [es] The above Property is copyhold of the manor of Wake- [Wakefield] field, compounded for and. the fine payable in respect thereof small and certain. Plans of the Property as divided into lots, will be at the place of sale. on and after the 16th of September instant, and also with Mr. LirrLEwoop, [Littlewood] of Damhouse, [Farmhouse] near Holmfirth, surveyor, of whom further particulars may be had as well as Mr. TINKER, the Auctioneer; and at the Offices of Mr. BOOTH, Solicitor, Holmfirth. SALE BY MESSRS. DAVIS SON. -- -- FREEHOLD PROPERTY, IN THE TOWNSHIP OF RASTRICK. THE NEWLANDS HOTEL. T be SOLD by AUCTION, by T. DAVIS and SON, by order of the Mortgagee, on Fripar [Friar] next, September 27th, [the] at Six o'clock in the evening, at the house of Mr. Cooper, the GEorcE [George] in BRIGHOUSE, (unless previously of by Private Contract, or other- [otherwise] wise withdrawn from Sale, of which notice will be given,) subject to such Conditions as shall be then declared,- [declared] All that Valuable FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, [MESSAGE] situate in the township of Rastrick, in the parish of Halifax, in the county of York, recently occupied by Mr. Abraham Hors- [Horsfall] fall as an Inn or Public-House, and called The Newlands Hotel, with the Coach-house, Stables, Sheds, Yards, and other Conveniences and Appurtenances thereto belonging. Also, all that COTTAGE and GARDEN contiguous to e same. And all that Plot of BUILDING GROUND, adjoining or near to the said Inn, containing 600 square yards, or thereabouts. The above Premises are most snbstantially [substantial] built, and being of recent erection are in complete and thorough re- [rear] ir; they are advantageously situated about half a mile from the populous village of Brighouse, adjoining the turn- [turnpike] pike road leading from Huddersfield to Bradford, and in immediate contiguity to the Station of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company; there is a good supply of excellent Water, and the Property from its situation and the converient [convenient] nature of its arrangements is well adapted for an carrying on an extensive business. Further particulars may be obtained on application at the Offices of Messrs. HITCHIN and GLEADALL, Solicitors, Halifax. Halifax, September 5th, 1850. TEETH, TEETH.-ESTABLISHED 1836. Ms& FREDERICK ESKELL, [SKILL] Surczon [Surgeon] DENTIST, of 32, COOPER-STREET, MANCHESTER, has arrived in HUDDERSFIELD, in consequence of the numerous applications for his professional aid. He may be consulted EVERY THURSDA [THURSDAY] Yat [At] Mr. GEORGE BROOK's, WEsT [West] from ten till five. Attendance daily at their establishment, 32, Cooper-street, nearly opposite the Mechanics' Institution, Manchester. illing [filling] decayed teeth with Eskell's [Skill's] celebrated White Terra Paste, which never changes colour, and makes a decayed tooth into a solid substance, useful for mastication and articulation, preventing toothache, and lasting many ears. Loss oF TEETH.-Mr. Eskell [Skill] continues to supply the loss of teeth, without springs or wires, upon his new system of self-adhesion, and without extracting any teeth or stumps, or giving any pain whatever. At the following c -s. ad 'A single artificial tooth, A complete set from 5 5 A complete set of natural teeth, on finegold [fine gold] plate 15 An entire set of natural or terro-metallic [terri-metallic] teeth, ighly [highly] finished in the first style, with fine gold sockets, usually charged 40 guineas 20 Loose teeth fastened, whether arising from old age, the use of calomel, [Colonel] or neglect. Mr. F. A. Eskell's' [Skill's] method combines all the modern im- [in- improvements] provements [movements] of Paris and Berlin. TIC DOLOREUX [DOLORES] CURED. painful affection of the facial nerve isa spe- [se- species] . cies [ties] of Neuralgia, which comprises similar affections in other parts of the body. It is characterised by acute pain, attendant with convulsive twitchings [teachings] of the muscles, and continuing from a few minutes to several hours. All persons affected with this painful and tormenti [torment] malady are recommended to try ome [one] HICK'S CELEBRATED TIC PILLS, Which have invariably been found to produce and effectual cure. TESTIMONIALS. . To Mr. John Ford, Chest ad. Sir,-I have recommended Mr. Hick's Pills for the Tick tu all my friends with complete success. I cannot speak of them in too high terms of praise.-Yours, &., Shrewsbury, Nov. 8, 1846. To Mr, Hick, Sir.-I have great pleasure in giving my testimony of the ex- [excellence] cellence [excellent] of your Pills for the Tic Doloreux. [Dolores] I was frequent afflic [afflict] with this complaint, but have not suffe [suffer] from it since taking a box of your pills. I cannot too strongly recommend them.-Yours, &c., Wm. Hepworrs. [Hepworth] Wakefield, June 12th, 1847. te, Leeds, Jan. 27, 1847. Sir,-I think it due to you and the public to give my testi [test] mony [money] in favour of your excellent Pills for the Tic Doloreux. [Dolores] slightest attack for the last two have occasionally taken the Mr. Hick, Wakefield. eee [see] ee eee [see] eee [see] tan W. H. Hunter. wo winters, during which time I pills.-Yours obediently, Cuas. [Cas] NELSON. . Princess Street, New York, Dec. 14, 1 Sir,-When I left Wakefield I brought ait [at] ta six boxes, of your Tic Pills, one of my family having suffered very severely from that complaint. I find I Rave been too liberal in supplying my friends, who have all derived the relief from Please let my friend Walker have twelve boxes, and he will for- [forward] ward them to me by next steamer. The Pills have Wrought the most astonishi [astonishing] W. Watson. . Mr. SHILLITO. Holifax-Mr. [Halifax-Mr] Holm . ord ais Hick. arth-Mr. [art-Mr] Lomax. Dewsbury-Mr. tet hone, Brighouse--Mir Cas pk io Lane T. ate; Macgowan, [McGowan] Woodhouse may lets let Wade Lane; Pickles, Kirkgate; HICK'S CELEBRATED COUGH x -