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E. LETTSOME & SONS, POKTKAIT AND JABDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHERS, icture Frame Makers & Picture Dealers. GIWUPS AND RESIDENCES TAKEN ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. CaSTLE STREET & VICTORIA PLACE, B LLANGOLLEN; RIDGE STREET, NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION, CORWEN; AND MARKET STREET, RUTHIN. BEFORE BUYING A WATCH ANYWHERE, write for "The Illus- Jjf&ted Pamphlet," sent free on Application oy the "LARGEST WATCH MANUFAC- TURER." FIRM FOUNDED 1745. WATCHES, ^1~to £ 100. Send your WATCH and JEWELLERY REPAIRS by Post, Registered, which will be ttvenonly to Sidl ul Workmen. Estimates sent before doing the Work, and â * take Risk and Cost of Carriage back. T. R. RUSSELL (MAKER TO THE QUEEN), CATHEDRAL WORKS, 18, CHURCH ST., LIVERPOOL. ( ) ( Sent free for 3 stamps to pay postage. pjERVOUS DEBILITY; its Causes and (w Cure; Marriage and its Impedimenta." Just J. 'xr new Medical Work by Dr. E. HAUGHTON, and J68t L-S0N' obtaining chapters on Health, its pt ^tion, loss of vigour, &c., also over 100 valuable °r'Pti°ns for self-treatment of various complaints. rea<^ w^° va^ue health, strength and an(^ wish to attain a happy old age. dress: Mr. J. NELSON, Medical Hall, Manchester. 11948) IvIONEY LENT WITHOUT BILLS OF SALE. NO SURETIES REQUIRED. ON PROMISSORY NOTE ALONE, REPAID BY EASY INSTALMENTS. ZVERRY CONSIDERATION AND FAIR TREATMENT. U^ER0US BORROWERS FOR YEARS PAST JJ «AVE APPROVED, & BEEN BENEFITED. %th Sureties, 7 per cent. p.r year, Repaid from 1 to 5 years. & Mortgages negotiated, 4 to 5 PC?" cent. ktg61 damped addressed Envelope with full particu- Jj0ll M-r- Preece Jones's Resid nee, Shrewsbury Of ji8?' Crescent Road, Rhyl, or call there any Monday the nu Informa tion free. Personal attendance at Chester Office, Tuesdays and Saturdays. (2251) OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE. CLEAN, and in good condition. Ten shillings jj Per cwt., or l^d. per lb. in small qnanti i»pâ Arlington, Llangollen. (2280) ÃERVOUS DEBILITY.âGRATIS, a Medical OHfg-, Work, showing sufferers how they may be j)08 £ without the aid of Quacks. Free on receipt of An»fge stamp.âAddress, Secretary, Institute of Birmingham. (2041) WHAT IS TRUTH? XrUTH is a solid "FACT," more solid than the JHet panite rock it is the richest coin of the purest ^ree from alloy of every description. The shaft of Min W"^ n°t face it, neither will the shots of pre- Ve enter it. It is surrounded on all sides by a tiojj 8aad foes but each and all, without excep- > are mute beneath its piercing glance. 'U FACT, AS SOLID AS THE ABOVE, THAT BEECHAM'S PILLS, ha." loh have been before the Public for thirty years, Qow become one of the leading Patent Medicines Iw6 Present day. From North to South, and from the West, they are to be found in the homes of thernrlch and the poor. All classes of society use > and they are by thousands declared to be f0 WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. st je females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as ow doses of them carry off all gross humours, and tw- a*l obstructions, and bring about all that is ill n lred. No female should be without them. There â Pjjr "iedioine to be found equal to BEECHAM'S of th S for removing any obstruction or irregularity SlVto? s^s';em' If taken according to the directions 0fajl with each box, they will soon restore females ages to sound and robust health. Jl ââ Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, and all *U(j afers °f the Liver, they act like "MAGIC," «H0st doses will be found to work wonders on the Strgjj^Portant organs in the human machine. They "8-1 the whole muscular system, restore the complexion, bring back the keen edge of he uLan<^ arouse into action, with the ROSE-BUD IT' ^he whole physical energy of the human «Hib .These are FACTS admitted by thousands, classes of society and one of the best 8 to the Nervous and Debilitated is, VP .AM'S PILLS have the LARGEST SALE of atent Medicine in the World. 4,e BEECHAM'S PILLS t Uox thousands to be worth above a Guinea Wi' *or Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Qiddi and Pain in the Stomach, Sick Headache, ]v°SS' I'ulness and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness Apn78ine,88. Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss Jbl Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurvy t^Qa.Hw 88 °* 1*'le k>kin, disturbed Sleep, Frightful .â¢) & an<^ Nervous and Trembling Sensations, iial, te The first does will give relief ni twenty Call8 110 ^°tion, for they have done it in thousands ^tajjjJ38, The Proprietor of these Pills having aUen great expense) a Patent for them, he S(lUal ^es whole world to produce a medicine to I? teSi.ea} for removing the above-named complaints, Sty 0^J.nS the patient to sound and lasting health, "^8e P;i] er *s earnestly invited to try one Box of Jjjjj, 8> and they will be acknowledged to be H RIGHT THING IN THE RIGHT PLACE. he ^ON.âThe Public are requested to notice that ^eecham's Pills, St. Helens," are on the oton 4-1 Stamp affixed to each Box of the Pills; if fr6r' eV a're a Forgery. r 6 £ W 0nly. and Sold Wholesale and Retail, by bai*cas> £ net.or' THOMAS BEECHAM, St. Helens, °st *n Boxes, Is. l^d. and 2s. 9d. each. Sen; Sol<j u 8 for 15 or 3g stamps. 41 ^he druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers Kingdom. I directions are given with each box. (106) for Young Ladies in GERMANY. ^imbnrg» Principal^, Miss Tavlor & Frl. Dresel. art ?8 iavlnv J Vinititig Professors; Resident G-overnesses. WTL TJ, 'e London from Sept. 2tfthk ]â or Prospectus, "â^SL^AYLQR. AflM.in/s Lib ary, Kew Brighton, Cheslnro. at ANTED to SELL the Home tn>?rr'er iff6 ashiug Machine. Moderate Cost. Cannot get out lc;;s labour and soap than any in use. Liberal A- 99, Bristol Road, Birmingham. 1R sep^I^^UINE"FLOWER SEEDS. 10 ir^ATE PACKETS of all the popular kinds, Phw Â¥ Finest Imported German Stocks, Astera, ^.BA/T&0* &C- ONB SHILLING, POST FREE. Bedford Road Nurseries, Northampton. CIO CpsuiJPfiliJT ^QUsaa(ja ^?s^ve remedy for the above disease; by its use been c° 03,868 of worst kind and of long standing to' I 'WillUre^' ^deed, so strong is my faith in its efficacy, TWO EOTTLES FREE, together with an *Wf)e NEW AND VALUABLE TREATISE on this _NY sufferer. Give Address in full. Dr. T. A. ⢠*« ««aXlW CtoliJfy FWM&gclQO A RUPTURE Treatment.-DR. J.A. SHERMAN, Author of the Popular American Method, is now in London. What the Patients think of it:- Mr. Henry James, Farleigh Road, Stoke Newington, Lon- Mr. E. Lock, 20, Gransden Avenue, Hackney, London, E., don, N., writes: "Your Appliance gives great support and is eays: Since he applied to Dr. Sherman he has had no trouble most comfortable, and the Curative X consider wonderful I from his rupture, and his general health is improving." feel you are bringing about a cure of the rupture I have suttered Mr. Simeon Ballard, 291, West Ferry Road, Millwall, Lon- from during 19 YEARS." don, E., whose brother died from strangulated rupture, is Mr. R. A. Wreford, Baker and Grocer, 17, Oxford btreep, using the treatment with great improvement. Weston-super-Mare, is improving under the treatment, and 18 Mr. Geo. Kick, 19, Chandos Road, Stratford, London, after willing to correspond with sufferers who desire cure. suffering from rupture 10 years, applied to Dr. S. for treat- Dr. S.'s BOOK, with endorsements of Physicians, Clergy- ment, and since is highly pleased with his improvement and men, Merchants, and others who have been treated, prospects of cure. POST FREE. Office: 64, Chancery Lane. London, jK<Q._ AWARDED PRIZES AT THE NATIONAL EISTEDDVODAU FOR CARVED OAK CHAIRS, &c. I B 7 (i ?PIC A. & M^BERTS, (SUCCESSORS TO THE LATE JOHN ROBERTS,) CABINET MAKERS, EAST STREET, LLANGOLLEN, BEG to announce that they are now prepared to Manufacture ANY ARTICLE OF FURNITURE TO ORDER. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. Repairs done neatly and expeditiously, at fair prices. (2227; Ruptures Ruptures "TinnP I?? £ L PATENT XX V/ I VJ I j 0 Self-Adjusting AUTOMATIC RP I > F TCQ SOFT RUBBER SHELL X X\ U LOO Is the most perfect we ever examined.Medical Press and Circular, Oct. 21st, 1886. HODGE'S Patent Truss is the most comfortable and effective t.ruw. it «Hâ¢??! «la- Ho pwsnw a very great advantage. It adapts itself readily to the movements of the body.Lancet, Oct. 3rd, 1885. V,,ry ingenious and successful truss "-British Medical Journal, May 23rd, 1885. WITHOUT enlarging the opening as conic IL pad, are apt 10 do, while its resiliency ensures the pad keeping its place vvithout exerting injurious pressure." -Medical Times, Oct. 10th, 1885. POSSESS decider] advantage both in efficiency and comfort over all others with which we are acquainted." -Liveipool Medical Journal, January 7th, 1886. "A very ingenious truss.Edinburgh Medical Journal, Feb. 1st, 1886. Description, a Stamped Addressed Envelope, HODGE & Co., Army Truss Makers, 327, Oxford Street, London. Factory-18 James Street, W. (1895; ACCIDENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD, RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY, INSURED AGAINST BY THE RAILWAY pASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY, 64, CORN HILL, LONDON, INCOME. £ 2 46,000. COMPENSATION PAID FOR 118,000 ACCIDENTS, £ 2,350,000. MODERATE PREMIUMSâFAVOURABLE CONDITIONS. PROMPT AND LIBERAL SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS. Chairman HARYIE M. FARQUHAR, ESQ. West-End Office: 8, GRAND HOl E L BUILDINGS, W.C.; Head Office: 64, CORNH[LL, LONDON, E.C. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. (2059) LAURAINY&kk,- Ci OVED SPE ^e<3/STbred trad6 SPECTACLES v. BLINDNESS. THE HIGHEST MEDICAL AUTHORITIES, CONFIRMED BY DAILY EXPERIENCE, PROVE THAT COMMON AND IMPERFECT GLASSES ARE THE FREQUENT CAUSE OF IMPAIRED VISION, AND IN MANY CASES RUINED SIGHT AND BLINDNESS. HENRY LAURANCE'S IMPROVED SPEC- TACLES are scientifically adapted to the different defects of vision, and are a boon to those needing Optical Assistance. Extracts from letters received. The late SIR JULIUS BENEDIC r wroteThe clearness of Hen y Laurancn's Glasses as compared with others is re lly surprising." DR. RADCLIFFE, consulting Physician to the West- minster Hospital, writes :â" No contrivance could possibly suit better." T. EYTON JONES, ESQ., M.D.,F.R.C S., Edinburgh Grosvenor Lodge, Wrexharn, writes:â" I have been supplied with a pair of Henry Lauranee Spectacles, and am glad to be able to bear testi- mony to their value. They aid tLe sight without distressing the vision however long worn." HUNDREDS OF SIMILAR TESTIMONIALS have been received from persons who.e sight has been benefited by their use 'when all others have fai ed. A lengthened list can be had gratis on application to the AGENT FOR LLANGOLLENâHUGH JONES, Stationer$Optician. All Spectacles Stamp d H. L (1860) IftTALKER's "Crystal Case"AT ATCHES â¼ unequalled for accuracy & durability. J PnzeMedals, London, 18G2& 1885; Paris, 1867. Gold Keyless half Chronometers. from £ 20; Silver, £ 10. SilverLeverWatches from £ 33s.77 Corn. hill. & 230. Regent-at. London. N ew Illustrated Catalogue sentfree? WATKIN & DAVIES, pLUMBERS, G LAZIERS, pAlNTERS, HOUSE DECORATORS SIGN WRITERS, GILDERS, AND PAPERHANGERS, CHAPEL STREET, LLANGOLLEN. (487) HOLLO W-G ROUND RAZORS MADE SPECIALLY FOR JOHN DAVIES, TY COCH, LLANGOLLEN, Are Sold during the Jubilee Year at the Extraordinarily Low Price of ONE SHILLING, OR 1/2 PER POST. (2255) BUY NONE BUT ENGLISH WATCHES. BENSON'S SILVER, OLD. Q 0 E S æ C) co 9 co o 5n c.ø ENGLISH LEVER, Patent No. 4658. Th« h'ffhest class of Watch at HALF THE USTTM, PKTCE. Finest ENGLISH THREE-QUARTER PLATE LEVKR BEST LONDON MAKE throughout, fullj- iewellcd. chro nometer balttnc", p tent protection from dust an damp, warmnt.. d to keep periect time, and last a life- time PP cially a('a ,e(^ for hard and rough wear. In missive SILVER ljaa-uiarked 5s. Sitos to suit nil cla scs. Sma 1 tor v*E sTLE.^EN, Medinm for WOKKrNG MBN, Larjre for RAILWAY MEN. In GOLD Cas s. IS car.11, from ±,U 12s. bei.t free on receipt of cash or T O.O. Book with pricey explaining advantages of this Watch, post free. Benson's illustrated Pamphlets of WATCHES from £2.28., Clocks and Jewellery, Post free. J, W. BiNSON, ^klIr The Steam Factory, 62 & 64, LUDGATE HILL, 25, OLD BOND STREET. LONDON, BENSON'S CLUBSâAgoriis wanted to form Clubs for Hen-on's Lud^flto Wtitch, wlucu suporsodos all others Liberal terms to for.moa. insurauce Ageuta, and others, Liebig's Extract of Meat and Extract, of Malt; Nutritious Strengthening, Stimulating, Flesh-forming, and Health- resU-r' f for the Roouou in "^lth an well as the Invalid. strongly recommended by the Medical Faculty. Important unsolicited Testimonial from E. HOPKINS, Esq., L.R.C.P., L.F.P.S. Hundreds have been received from Medical Men. 64, Aston Road, N., Birmingham, December 17th lggg DEAR SIRS,âI beS t0 a?HSoy!le^e re;ceipt of sa'mnle'of your Extract of Meat and Malt Wme," also one you w a short time back. I have new Quite Twenty Patirmto taking it, and as a a"d^engtK agent, X consider it second to none, being equally useful in all forms of debility. Yours faithfully, SUUJ mal EDWARD HOPKINS, Messrs. Coleman & Co. L.R.C.P., L.F.p.s. Sold by all Druggists, Wine Merchants, and Patent Medi cine Vendors in the United Kingdom, m Bottles 2x ga 4s 6d each. Ask for COLEMAN'S LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT AND MALT WINE, and see that you gat it « If there is any difficulty in getting the \V me, write direct to the Manufacturers, who will forward 0 Sample Pint Bottle free by Post on receipt of B8 stamns â Dozen â » Bail â 80s. y SOLE MANUFACTURERS, COLEMAN & CO., St. George's, Norwich, P HE UM ATISM, GOUT, BRONCHIAI; & JL^CHEST DISEASES, A complete & effectual system of Pinp Baths and Inhalations for the cure of these maladiesâsame as adopted in Hornourg, fieichenhall, & Isclil, will s-hortly be op. n t o the public at the lIyclro-7'lw¡'wlJent.ic Queen's IloÃl FarnboroHants. SXEBK'S PINK PRODUCTS will be used*

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