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HOLLOWAY'S VILLS,- FPidculic Diseases.—The alarming increase of death from cholera and diarrhoea should be a warning to every one to sub- duo any irregularity tending towards disease. Holloway's Pills should now be in every household to rectify all impure states of the blood, to remedy weakness, and to overcome impaired general health. Nothing can be simpler than the instruc. tions for taking this corrective medicine, nothing more efficient than its cleansing powers, nothing more harmless than its vegetable ingredients. Hol- loway's is the best physic during the summer sea- son, when decaying fruits and unwholesome vege- tables are frequently deranging the bowels, and daily exposingthousands, through their negligence in permitting disordered action, to the dangers of diarrhoea, dysentery, and cholera. PONTYPOOL. Printed by HUGHES & SON, at their General Printing Offices, for the Proprietor and Publisher, IIENUY HLGIIES, Junior, of Penygarn, in the parish of Trevethin, and published at the FREE PitEss Office, Market St.-J uly 19, 1879.

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CHAPTER VI.

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A SECOND MEETING

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A ROMANTIC MARRIAGE. ---

THE WEATHER OF 1879.