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John Porter, MERCHANT, SQUARE, B . EGS respectfully to intimate that in addition to his usual stock of Goods, he

John Porter, MERCHANT, SQUARE, B . EGS respectfully to intimate that in addition to his usual stock of Goods, he

has made arrangements for receiving a regular supply of all kinds of FRUIT, in season. Also a supply of ABERDEEN FINAN HADDOCKS. All other kinds of Fish to order. The Square, 19th Sept. 1873.
01 November 1873 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE HUNTLY EXPRESS, NOVEMBER 1, 1873. Musical Publications, the CERTPINA, HARIANOFORTE, MONIUM. VIOLIN FLUTE, CONand FOR THE PIANOFORTE. Hamilton's Modern

THE HUNTLY EXPRESS, NOVEMBER 1, 1873. Musical Publications, the CERTPINA, HARIANOFORTE, MONIUM. VIOLIN FLUTE, CONand FOR THE PIANOFORTE. Hamilton's Modern

Instructions for the Pianoforte, (Moth edition), h Clerny's 101 Elementary Exercises for the Pianoforte, 2e Cramer's Educational Course for the Pianoforte, 12 books, each Morineit Pianoforte Tutor. la The Dance Music Scotland; by Andrew Thomson, Is od Music for the Piano; a Sele
01 November 1873 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TILE TICHBORNE CASE

TILE TICHBORNE CASE

The proceedings were resumed this morning with the examination of an old Carabineer, named Bigmore, who, soon after the defendant's arrival in this country, had an interview \kith him, and declared he was not his old officer. Evidence has been given for the defence showing that
01 November 1873 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
'''"'"",•IIIMM'MRIMMINI THE SHADOW OF THE GIBBET. CHAPTER XIX. FRANK'S FAB/MILL. "What is the matter?" Mrs. Curtis inquired, with a scared

'''"'"",•IIIMM'MRIMMINI THE SHADOW OF THE GIBBET. CHAPTER XIX. FRANK'S FAB/MILL. "What is the matter?" Mrs. Curtis inquired, with a scared

look, of her niece, as tho lovely orphan entered the dewing room, blushing and distressed, after her rejection of the Squir e Loizze's ffer. a unt," replieie, " Nothing very alarming• smiling at her aunt's evident apprehension of some new worry. Mr. Mellish his flurried me a lit
01 November 1873 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE HUNTIA NOVEMBER 1, 1873. _ It is no use disguising the fact that what is, or rather has been,

THE HUNTIA NOVEMBER 1, 1873. _ It is no use disguising the fact that what is, or rather has been,

called the Ritualistic movement, has now passed into s counter-Reformation m mot, and will, whenever sustained by numbers and perfected in orgsaisation, reveal its ultiusito aims with clearness and discision.—Bahop of Oloureger. Mr. J. Edwin Sherman, United States sioner to the
01 November 1873 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Corner for the Young.

Corner for the Young.

ENIGMA. My first you'll find if your inclined, On almost every girl, While they are young and can enjoy A little giddy whirl. But when the prime of life is past, They seldom wear it then, And strange enough, 'tis rare 'mong boys, Though 'tin not so with men. My next and last is
01 November 1873 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
h the U. P. Church, Mr Millar preach(

h the U. P. Church, Mr Millar preach(

in the evening from Rev. xiv. 13, " Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord . . . They rest from their labours; and their works do follow them." At the close he said his text had been suggested by what had taken place last Sabbath evening, when one of the most distinguished and
01 November 1873 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPHY.

GEORGE FORREST, Gordon Street, }funny, has pleasure in announcing the completion of his Photographic Studio, replete with the newest improvements, and constructed on the most approved plan, both of art and comfort of visitors. G. F. will in addition to the CARTEeDEVISITE, Ice.,
10 December 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
rtespoubtut. To the Editor the Handy Erprem.

rtespoubtut. To the Editor the Handy Erprem.

10 December 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A CURE TO BE HAD FOR A TRIFLE

A CURE TO BE HAD FOR A TRIFLE

HOLLOWAY - ' - S OINTMENT. PAD LIDS, PAD SNIASTS, AND OLCESIATIONS OF ♦LL KINDS. The cure of ulcers has won for Holloway's Ointment an imperishable reputation, as this healing Ointment will restore any case however bad to soundness. Many bad legs arise front imprudence, happenin
08 July 1865 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland