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Sales for JhciiBH. .)nc% .an -ut lDlt. .u- Hsssrs. Baragk, Jones, &&A Co, SMITHFIELD, WREXHAM MESSP.S. DATJG-H, JONES AND CO., will J1JL hold their next SALE OF STOCK in the above Smithiield, Ox THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1879. Stock already entered, yiz A lot ftf prime fat Beasts. A lot of useful Dairy Cows. Several fresh Barrens, Calving Heifers, and Short-horned Bulls. A nice lot of fat Sheep, Lambs, Calves, and PLs. 15 Chcice .h ,g Shropshire Down Ewes, F) Jnstn Lambs, and o 11 a-1; T p ->1 the property of Mr. R. J. Roberts, I! Lodge. 12 Grand Shropshire Down Ewe Lambs, and 7 Ditto Earn Lambs, belonging to Mr. J. Edwards, Carthagena Farm. 25 Ewe Lambs, 25 Whether Lambs, and 5 Shropshire Down Ram Lambs, the property of Mr. Thomas Parker, Burton. 2 Shropshire Down Ram Lambs, belonging to Mr. J. Millibar), Borras. 30 Young Shropshire Down Ewes and Earns, be- longing to gentlemen in the neighbourhood. Stock Ewes and Earns will be sold at eleven o'clock punctually. Sale at Ten o'clock. Settlements at close of Sale. SPECIAL SALE AT THE ROSSETT AUCTION MART. Important Sale of 320 Head of LIVE STOCK, includ- ing Eat Wethers, Fat and Stock Ewes, Wether and Ewe Lambs, Rams, Fat Heifers, Fresh Barrens, Fat Calves also, three large Stacks of old Hay, at the ECS3ETT AUCTION MAET. j MESSES, BAUGH, JONES, & co. beg to announce that thoy have been favoured with instructions from ilenry Hassall, Esq., to Sell by Auction, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER GTH, 1879, At their Mart, Golden Lion, Rossett, the follow- ing 40 Ripe Shropshire Down Wethers, 40 Shropshire Down Fat and Stock Eii-cs, 100 Fat and Store Cross-bred Ewes, 100 EiNe and-Wether Lambs, 5 Earn' and :Ram Lambs, 12 Eat three-year-old Heifers, S Fresh Barron Heifers, 9 Grand Fat Calves (heavy weights). Three Stacks of Old IIA Y, the growth of 1878, of about, 20 tons each, one stack of which is standing at Burton Farm, one ditto at the Rackery Farm, one ditto in a field adjoining- the turnpike road leading from Eossett to Llay. and are of first-class quality, and may be inspected on application to Mr. HKItY POTTER. One week's keep given if required. Sale at Twelve for One o'clock prompt. 1210 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER STK., 1870. FA RE DON AUCTION MAET. MESSES, BAUGH, JONES AND GO. bú, to announce to the gentry, farmers, and others, that they have made arrangements with Mr. Jones, Nag's Head Hotel, Farndon, to hold a Monthly Sale of FAT AND STOnE CATTLE, SHEEP, CALVES, AND PIGS. Their first Sale will take place on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH, 1879. Early entries are solicited, and may be made with Mr. JONES, Nag's Head Hotel, Farndon, or JONES AND SON, Temple Chambers, Wrexham. 3&r. Lloyd. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. FAIR DAY, THURSDAY, OCT. 2ND, 1879. ME. LLOYD'S next AUCTION will take place on Thursday, Oct. 2nd, 1879, .the present entries will include :â A prime lot of FAT Heifers, Bullocks, and Bulls. Several magnificent Dairy Cows and Heifers, Calved and to Calve (this auction is noticed to be an8 of the leading sales for first class Dairy Cows during this time of year). A lot of choice Barrens, Stirks, and Stock Bulls. A magnificent selection of Fat and Rearing Cfelvcs, Heifers, .and Bulls from the leading Stocks in the neighbourhood of Cheshire. A prime lot of Shropshire and Welsh Wethers, also Store Sheep. A number of Pork and Bacon Pigs, In-pig Sows, and Store Pigs. Sale at 10.30 prompt. OlmER OF SALE Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Calves, Pigs and Sheep. HORSE SALE, First FAIE in the Month, at two o'clock. All entries taken up to morning of Sale. Offices, Plassey, Wrexham. The regular supporters include Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart., M.P., Wynnstay Sir ft. Palmer, Bare., Sir R. A. Cuniifie, Bart., T. LI. Fitz-Huyh, Esq., E. Peel, Esq., Brynypys S. York,Esq., S. P. Hope, Esq., H. Lees, Esq. Pickhill Hall A. Peel, Esq., Gerwyn Captain Ormred, Penylan Captain Godfrey, T. Beakbane, 3-isq., A. Balfour, Esq., Mount Alyn F. E. Cotton, Esq., W. Meredith, Esq., Captain Best, E. Swetenham, Esq., W. H. Jones, Esq., R. Blezard, Esq., LI. Griffith, Esq., T. Clayton, Esq., Major Roper, H. Whalley, Esq., Plasmadoc; E. Tench, Esq., Ed. Evans, Esq., Bronwylfa Captain Owen, Peter Walker, Esq., J. Clarke, Esq.. H. Dennis, Esq., Rev. David Howell, George Plant, Esq., J. R. Bennion, Esq., E. Moss, Esq. B. S. Roberts, Esq., W. Thompson, Esq., H. K. Aspinall, Esq., Henry Humphreys, Esq., E. Randies, Esq., Rev. James Dixon, J. Kenrick, Esq., Wynn Hall: R..J. Sisson, Esq., Capta in Ford, F. Page, Esq., National Provincial Bank; T. H. Jones, Esq., North and South Wales Bank Hughes, Esq., J. Bury, Esq., Hillburv T. Williams, Esq., J. Bierne, Esq., Mrs. Johnson, Esless; The Misses Lewis, The Misses Hayes, Miss Jones, Barn Hill; Mrs. Campbell, Miss Acton, Rhyd, Broiiglitoii New British Iron Company, Broughton Coal Company, Euabon Coal Company, Wrexham Union Messrs. Thomas R. Parry, T. Roberts, Berse; J. Griffiths, Stansty; S. Peate, J. Griffiths, Roden's Hall G. G. Griffiths, Old Hall; J. Lee, R. Salmon, T. Evison, J. R. Birch, M. Edmunds, F. Richards, H. Morris, J. Sandbach, Job Lea, J. Lea. C. Burroughs, W. Mackenzie, S. T. Reeves, T. Wainwright, R. Harrison, E. Humphreys, T. Meredith, J. Davies, R. J. Roberts, T. Fearnall, J. Edwards, Carthagena J. B. Murless, S. Dale, A. Sutton, T. Brassey, R. O wens, J. Roberts, T. Forrester, Cooke, J. Lee, H. C. Murless, C. Parsonage, Bevan, T. Jackson, Hafodywern, J. Jackson, Eardley, W. Billington, Darlington, J. D. Beard, R. Morris, 9 Caldicott, Lloyd, Pengwyn Hall, J. Weaver, Manley Hall, Jackson, Bradley Mill, Brown, S. Parker, Churton, R. Fearnall, The Lea, D. Jones, Vownog, W. Lee, Lower Hall, Chidlow, Cloy, H, Price, J. M. Shaw, W. Snape, Lovatt, P. Bithell, J. Mc Levi, J. Morris, â Viccars, Bangor, âWoollam, Farndon, S. Griffiths, â Lewis, Llwynonn, C. Owens, Pearson, F. Jones, Millbrook, J. Hughes, F. Minshall, Pier- point, â Price, Almeer, J. Holt, Dongray Hall, J. Morris, â T. Parker, â Davies, â Griffiths, Plas- gobowen, I 'loberts, Croesvoel, T. Morris, W. Wright, Puleston Mill, S. Lewis, R. Taylor, and J. Boote, Park Eyton, M. Owens, Wrexham, 'â Payne, Wynnstay, David Jones, Ruabon &c., &c. 50 GUINEAS IN SILVER CUPS. MR. LLOYD'S PRIZE LIST FOR NEXT CHRISTMAS SHOW. In addition to the TRADESMEN'S CUPS. Open to regular supporters during the year only as follows 24 GUINEAS in three Prizes given to the sellers of the largest amount of Stock in the Smithfield, or at the Horse Sale, or Annual Stock Sales to be held at home only, up to Christmas Show, viz. :â First Prize (Open) 12 Guineas Second Prize (Smithfield). 8 Guineas Third Prize 4 Guineas SILVER CUP, value 10 Guineas, will be given to the owner of the best six beasts in the Smithfield. SILVER CUP, value ,5 Guineas, for the best ten Welsh Wethers. TENANT FARMERS' CUP, value 10 guineas, for the best collection of Stock, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs-not less than four of each. Only regular supporters allowed to compete. 933 JLucfioii. 1: Lloyl THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 1879, (FAIR DAY). NORTH WALES AND CHESHIRE HORSE AND CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, BEAST MARKET, WREXHAM, (Noted for the Sale of Grand Cobs, Cart Horses, &c.) MR. LLOYD has again the pleasure of announcing that his next SALE OF HORSES, Carriages, Traps, &c., will take place in his Repository, situate as aforesaid, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2nd, when he will offer for Sale the, following Horses, &c.- 10 Cart Horses. 15 Cobs, Hacks, Ponies", and Colts. Several Carriages, Tra,ps, Shaixkys, Harnesr, Gears, &c. Also, the property of Mr. John Evans, The Hollies, March wiel: A Fir.;t Class Turn-out, consisting of a stylish iron grey Cob, rising four years old, 13-1 hands high, steady, and a fast mover. Whitechapel, with cushions com- plete (new). Set of silver, mounted Harness (equal to new). I Mr. Strachan, Crispin, Wrexham Day Horse, rising four years old, by "ZekiI Home- spun," by "Brown bread," just broken to harness. Dark Chesnut Horse, rising three years old, by Gamekeeper." Bay Horse, rising two years old, by "Gamekeeper." Dark Chesnut Filly (Sucker), by "Gamekeeper." N.B.âThe above Colts are out of a noted half- bred Mare, with plenty of bone, and would make good hunters or carriage horses. Mr. Robert Thomas, Wrexham Bay Cob, rising three years old, 15 hands high, steady to ride, or drive. Mr. Williams, Rhos Black Cart Horse, rising four years old, 1G hands high, and a capital worker. Mr. Walker, Bryn, Penyllan: Stylish Brown Cob, rising four years old, with good action, good lookin and steady to ride or drive. The Hon. Geo. T. Kenyon, Ellesmere Brown Cart Horse, rising four years old, 1(5 hands high, and a good worker. Mr. J. H. Sparrow, Csfnybedd Thorough brell Bay Mare (by New Oswestry, dam by Silverlace by Grosvenor ") five years old 15-2 high, quiet to ride, and a good hunter, very fa»st. Mr. Williams, Llangollen A,first class Phaeton, in good repair. The property of a gentleman going abroad A first class Pony Phaeton, turn over seat, in good repair. Further entries respectfully toliciicd. Sale at Two o'clock prompt. l1S) 15TH STOEE SHEEP SALE AT THE NORTH WALES, CHESHIRE, AND SHROPSHIRE SI-IEEP MART. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2 1879. 1^/TR. LLOYD has again the pleasure to an- -LfJL nounce his Third Store Sheep Sale of thi3 Sea:3Q¡1, which will comprise :â 25 Magnificent Yi-op hire Raino. 200 Superb Shearling and stock ewes. Also several Leicesters, Being drafts from the well-known flocks of Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart., M.P., Sir R. Palmer, Cefn Park S. P. Hope, Esq., Marchwiel Hall; Captain Ormrod, Peny- lan B. S. Roberts, Esq., Burton Hall; Mr. Hughes, Pennant; Mr. Meredith, Borras; Mr. Roberts, Borras Mr. Williams, Mr. Milligan, Mr. Edwards, Carthagena; Mr. Lloyd, the auctioneer, and others. The property of Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart., M.P., Wynnstay "Banner Bearer," three shear Ram (by Briti.-h dam by "Union Jack," grand dam by "Non- pareil"), bred by Mr. Evans, Uffington, and was let in 1877 for 25 guineas. 15 two and three shear Ewes, by "Sir Roger," bred by Mrs. Beech.. 5 Shropshire ram lambs by Sir Roger." John Read, Esq., Northop Hall 40 grand shearling Leicester Ewes. 30 ditto Ewe Lambs. Winner of Several Prizes at the Cheshire, Denbighshire, and Flintshire Shows. W. Thomas, Esq., The Buildings, Baschurch, Salop Winner R.A.S.E. 7 grand shearling Shropshire Rams. R. Parry, Esq., Borras Hall 12 Shropshire Ewes. Mr. R. J. Roberts, Borras 20 Shropshire Ewes. 10 ditto Ewe Lambs. 5 ditto Ram Lamb" Mr. Meredith, Borras 20 shearling Ewes. 10 two shear Ewes. c 10 three shear Ewes. 4 Ram Lambs. Mr. Milligan, Borras 4 Border Leicester Ram Lambs. 1 two shear Earn. 5 Shropshire Ewes. Mr. Williams, Borras 1 Shropshire Ram. 5 ditto Lambs. Sale at 12.30. Further entries solicited. 11S7 2&r. J. J. Steward. CHESTER OCTOBER FAIR. THE GROSVENOR PADDOCK HORSE SALES. MR. J. J. STEWARD will hold his next Monthly Auction Sale of Horses, Carriages, and Saddlery, On FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10TH, 1879. Commencing at Eleven o'clock. The Auctioneer will be obliged if gentlemen having horses for disposal will enter them at least a week prior to the Sale in order that they may be duly advertised. Offices-Grosvenor Chambers, Chester and Runcorn. 1152 Mr. George F. Felton. TREMOEFA, Near Conway, and one mile from Tal-y-Cafn Railway Station and Ferry. Attractive and important Sale of Fanning Stock, Implements, &c., [-C. MR. GEORGE F. FELTON is honoured with the instructions of Chas. Williams Bulkeley, Esq., J.P., to Sell by Auction, on THURSDAY, the 2nd of OCTOBER, 1879, at the above Farm, the whole of his extensive and valuable FARMING STOCK, briefly comprising- 10 valuable and well-bred Horses, of various classes. 12 prime 3-year old Bullocks. 2 Welsh Bullocks and 1 Heifer, 18 months old. 550 Sheep, chiefly drafted from the renowned Baron Hill Flock, founded by the late Sir Richard Bulkeley, Bart., and crossed with stock purchased at high figures from Shropshire and Leicester- shire breeders. This flock contains pure and sound blood, and offers a grand opportunity to breeders and butchers of securing excellent and prime stock. Also the extensive assortment of modern patent Implements in Husbandry, Harness Gear, &c., &c. A Luncheon will be provided at 10.30. Sale at 11.30 prompt. Catalogues may be obtained of the AUCTIONEER, Estate Offices, Llandudno. Three months' credit will be given on approved bills, or 2; per cent, allowed tec cash, 1192 Sales Iw Sudroii. Hossrs David Estets Son. Under an Execution frcr.i the Sheriff of Denbighshire, at the PLAS UCHA COAL AND FIRE CLAY COMPANY'S WORKS, NEAR RUABON. ON THURSDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 2nd, 1879, On the premises of the above named Company, MESSRS. D. EOBERTS AND SON win Sell by Auction, the VALUABLE PLAN T, Machinery, and about 300,000 Plain and Ornamental Bricks (in suitable Lots), 82 Tram Wagons, 14 Wheel- barrows, Ladders,-Tools, Timber, Scrap Iron, Castings, Office Requisites, &c., &c. The Sale to Commence at Eleven o'clock. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Temple Buildings, Corwen. 1204 To be Sold by Auction, by TI/TESSES. DAVID ROBERTS & SON, at 1-TJL the Eagles Hotel, Llangollen, on MONDAY, the 20th day of OCTOBER, 1870, at Threa o'clock p.m., in Four or more Lots :â All that very charming and .desirable VILLA RESI- DENCE, called Glandwr," ne..r Llangollen, with the garden and two crofts, containing about two acres, as occupied by Mr. Samuel Hughes. l Also all that COTTAGE and GARDEN, called The Sycamore," adjoining the above, as occupied by Mrs. M. E. Jones: Also all those TWO comfortable HOUSES in Regent-street, Llangollen, as occupied by Mrs. Holt and Mr. Pryce-Jones. Also all those TWO DWELLING-HOUSES and GARDENS in Penllyn, Llangollen, now occupied by Mrs. Sarah Lewis and Mr. David Lloyd, and yielding an annual rent of £6 10s. For further particulars apply to Messrs. EICHAKDS and Sox, Solicitors, Llangollen. Llangollen, September 20th, 1679. 1101 SSecsrs. CCO8 and Son. FREEHOLD PROPERTY at THREAPWOOD, in the Counties of Chester and Flint. To. be Sold by Auction, by MESSES. COOPER and SON, at the Lord Hill Inn, in Whitchurch, On TUESDAY, 14th OCTOBER, 1879, at Four for Five p.m. punctually, in One Lot, a FREEHOLD TENEMENT, n'tu'ite iir Threapwood, in the counties of Chester and Flint, with ont-oihee', cottage, and garden, and six pieces of LAND, containing in the whole 14a. lr. 2p. or i hereabouts, in the occupations of Francis Biggins and George Owens. Th.3 whole of the land is in gra The ten:-nis will shew the property, and further particulars may be had fro:i1 Mr, JOHN SVOKE; of Til. utock, nciir W hilchurch the AUCTIONEERS or Messrs. BITGOKKS and LEI:, Solicitors, Whitcmnch, Shropshire. 1193 Msssrs. Lytliall Sd ^aasell. COLOMENDY, MOLD, NORTH WALES. TtCESSBf, LYTIIALL and i!ANSELL are honoured with instruc'ions from Lieut.-Colonel B. G. Davie:! Cooke to Sell by Auction, without re- oerve, On WEDNESDAY, the 22nd OCTOBER next, At Coloniendy, .Moldâ450 Fat and Store Black-faced SHEEP, A large portion three-year old wethers. Hia unrivalled stock of upwards of 100 large, middle, and small- breed white PIGS, Which have obfamsd numerous honours at the R.A.S. England, R.A.S. Ireland, the International Exibitions Paris, Kilburit, &c. Tite Sâe will commence at One o'clod. 1197 WREXHAM UNION. TO TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, AND OTHERS. HpIIE Guardians of the-above Union are pre- JL pared to receive TE2CDEKS for the supply of 36 Men's Suits, 36 Boys' Suits, and 36 Men's I Hats. Samples may be seen on application to Mr. Ralph, Woi-khouse, Wrexhain. Tenders to be sent to me on or before Ten o'clock on THURSDAY Next. Tile lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. By Order. J. OSWELL BURY, 9, Temple Row, Wrexham, Clerk. 2Gth September, 1879. 1201 _n_ PRISON AND LAND (FREEHOLD) FOR SALE BY TENDER. THE Secretary of State for the Home Depart- -!L ment is prepared to receive TENDERS for the Purchase of the PRISON at Mold, in the county of Flint. Forms of Tender, with plan of the property and conditions of sale, mty be had on application at the Home-Office, Whitehall; at. the Treasury Solicitors'De- partment, Treasury chambers, Whitehall; and of li. G. .Roberts, Esq., Solicitor, Wrexham-street, Mold. The Tender (sealed) endorsed "TenderMold Prison," must be sent in to the Secretary of State, on or before tiie 20th day of October, 1879, but the Secretary of SLte will not be bound to accept the highest or any Tender. 119S fsiiblk' Uofcs. CHRIST CHURCH, BWLCHGWYN, NEAR WREXHAM. THE above Church will be CONSECRATED -B- on TYEDNESDA Y, OCTOBER the Id, 1S79. Sermons will be preached in English at 11 a.m., by the RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE at Three p.m., by THE VENERABLE ARCHDEACON SMART; and in Welsh at C.30 p.m., by THE REV. E. T. DAVIES, B.A., Vicar of St. David's Church, Liverpool. A Collection Will be made after each service towards liquidating a debt of above JE200. A Luncheon will be provided at the Board School, or 2s. 6d. each. 1194 PIGEON SHOOTING. TO BE SHOT FOR, a well-bred Welsh -I- HEIFER, at the house of Mr. GEORGE POWELL, the Crown Inn, Llanfynydd, on MONDAY, the 22tli September, 1879. Conditions of Shooting-Bell's Life. Twenty mem- bers at 10s. per member. Five birds each; 60 yards boundary. Double guns, 19 yards rise use of one barrel only. Single guns, 21 yards rise. lioz. of shot. First bird in the trap at one o'clock. Plenty of the best Blue Rocks on hand. One mile and a half from the Cdn-y-bedd Station (Wrexham, Mold, and Connah's Quay Railway), one mile from Black Diamond, Coed Talon, near Mold. 1206 TO CONSUMPTIVES. WOULD you like to know how to stop the v v cough and CPuse easy expectoration, thereby relieving the lungs -so that they can heal? Would you like to know how to expel the fever and stop the night sweats ? Would you like to know how to strehghen the system up to a standard of good health by a few life- giving herbal remedies ? If so, send for my 32 page Treatise on -1' Herbal Remedies for Lung Complaints.' Sent t« all applicants free of charge prepaid by mail.â Address, PhtoF. 0. P. BROWN, 2, King-street, Covent Garden, Wndon. 586 JCcfpi an DuMic U'ottces. PENYCAE, RUABON. A B A Z A A R WILL BE HELD AT W Y N X S T A Y By the kind permission and under trlie immediate patronage of Sir Watkin and Lady Williams Wynn, on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, THE 21sT AND 22ND OF OCTOBER, 1879, IN AID OF THE BUILDING FUND OF PEXYCAE CHURCH. The following ladies and gentlemen have consented to become < PATRONS: Lord Edwin Ilill Trevor, M.P. The Lord Bishop of St. Asaph Honble. George Kenyon Major Corn wall is West Geo. Osborne Morgan,Esq., M.P. R. M. Biddulph, Esq. Edmund Peel, Esq, S. Yorke, Esq. T. L. FitzHugh, Esq. S. K. Mainvvaring, Esq. Rev. T. H. G .Puieston Major Tottenham Edward Evans, Esq. (Bron- wylta) R. V. Kyrke, Esq. Capt. Conran R. Tighe, Esq. The Very Rev. the Dean of St. Asaph Col. Elgee, and the officers of the 23rd R. W. Fusiliers S. P. Hope, Esq. W. Brancker, Esq. O. S. Wynne, Esq. F. Cowan, Esq. Rev. E. W. Edwards Harold Lees, Esq. Peter Ormerod, Esq. Rev. D. Howell(V> rexharn) Rev. J. Jones (Cerrigy- j druidion) George Thomson. Esq. (Pen- ybryn) S. K. Bishop. Esq. (.Llau- erchrugog Hall) J. Kenrick, Esq. J. C.Edwards, Esq. (Trevor Kali) Rev. J. D. Edwards (Rbor-ymedre) Rev. T. Jones (Rhos) 1 Lady Edwin Hhi Trevor 1 Mrs. and the Misses Hughes Honble. Mrs. Geo. Kenyon Mrs. West Mrs. Osborne Morgan Mrs. Biddulph Mrs. Peel Mrs. Yorke i-s. FitzHugh Mrs. Mainwaring Mrs. Puieston Mrs. Tottenham Mrs. Evans Mrs. Ivyrke Mrs. Conran Honble. Mrs. Tighe Mrs. Dciiiaor Mrs. Elgee Mrs. Hope Mrs. Brancker Mrs. O. S. Wynne Mrs. Cowan Mrs. & the Misses Edwards Mrs. Lees Mrs. Ormerod Irs. 61,11 d Mrs. Ffoulkes and Miss i Ffoulkes Mrs. Howell 2Irs. Girardot j Mrs. Jones Mrs. and the Misses 1 Thomson Airs. Pi-hop Airs. Kenrick Airs. Edwards Mrs. and Miss Edwards Mrs. Jones The Stalls (including one for Refreshments) will be arranged in GUEAT nALL, Access to which will be by the Principal' Entrance, and selections on the organ will be given at intervals during each day. The Bazasr will be open on Tue-day, October, Plet, from 12 until 8 and on Weuiic ü"y, October 22ad, from 12 until 9 p.m. ADMISSION J First Day To lie Park, Gardens, and Bazaar 3s. Od. To the Park and Gardens only Is. Oct Second D.,y-To the Park, Gardens, and Bazaar Is. Od. To the Park and Gardens only 0s. 6d. The 3s. (red) Tickets will be av^ilublefor both days. The Gardens will he closed each day ct Five or'ock. TICKETS can be obtained at Mr. T. OWEN'S, The Library, Oswestry Mr. KAILTON POTTER, VV"rexham the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Ruabon; the Rev. D. WILLIAMS, Penycae, Rupbon and at the entrance to the Park and the Bazaar. Arrangements have been made with the Great Western Railway Company to issue Cheap Tickets by the ordinary trains. Contributions, either in money or in kind," will be thankfully received by the Rev. D. WILLIA.MS, Peny -e, Ruabon. 1207 OF THE TOWN CLERK OF WREXHAM. AT a MEETING of the Past and Present Mayors and Members of the Town Council, held at the Guildhall, on September 3rd inst., the Mayor in the cbu,ir, it was unanimously re-olved "That a Testi- monial be presented to John jame-, Esq., Town Clerk, and that such Testimonial take the form of an Oil Painting." All present intimated their intention of subscribing. Subscriptions will be received by the Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, DR. EYTON-JONES, Grosvenor Lodge, Wrexham, who will acknowledge their receipt in the local papers. £ s. d. Subscriptions acknowledged 45 11 6 Additional Subscriptions:â J. D. Pugh, Esq., solicitor 1 0 0 â Davits, Esq., Mount, Ruabon 1 1 0 Hev. T. LL Griffith 220 Hampden Poyser, Esq. 2 2 0 Mr. E. Jones, plumber 1 1 0 Jno. Jones, Esq., solicitor 1 1 0 Rev. David Jones, Penmaenmawr 2 2 Q Rev. H. Lee, Sheniton Rectory I. Io W. Lester, Esq 1. 1 0 Wm. Hy. Darby, Esq I 10 Chas. Darby, E^q 110; Tiios. Chilton, Esq., Gresford 1 1 0 Mr. Jones, Tyrapath Cottage, Llwyn Onn 0 10 6 Rev. E. Jerman 0 10 6 Mv. J. Ollerhead, Hope-street 010 6 Mr. T. Kennedy, Hope-street 110 Mr. W. Thomas, Ashfield 0 10 6 A. J. Brereton, Esq., Mold. 1 1 0 Mr. Wm. Jones (Jones, Lloyd & Co.), Mold 110 Jiio. Bury, Esi., J.P. 110 C. Esq., J.P. 2 2 0 Messrs. Bayley and Bradley llOi J. Farrar, Esq., Manchester 3 30 Dr. E.Williams. 1 1 0 i Messrs. Knight *-I- Co., Fleet-street, London 110 1149 (t DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. ^VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace in and for the Countv of Denbigh, will be held at the Countv Hall, in WREXHAM, on THURSDAY, the 16th day of OCTOBER, 1879, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, and will be continued at the same place on the follow- ing day at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. The business relating to the Acts made and passed regarding the police, ajid the business relating to the assessment, application, or management of the County Stock or Rate, will commence on Thursday aforesaid, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, at which hour all bills and demands against the County are to be laid before the Court. The Grand and Petty Jurors, and all persons bound by recognizance to prosecute and give evidence, or to surrender in discharge of their bail, are to appear at the County Hall aforesaid, on Friday, the lfth day of October, 1879, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. Increase of Police Force. And Notice is Hereby Given (on the requisition of five Justices acting for the County of. Denbigh, under the authority of the Act of Parliament passed in the Sessions held in the 2nd and 3rd Victoria, chapter 93), that at the said General Quarter Sessions of the Peace it will be proposed to increase the Police Force of the said County by the appointment of One additional Police Constable, to be stationed in the Denbigh District, subject to the consent of one of her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. JOSEPH PEERS, Clerk of the Peace. Ruthin, lith September, 1879. Instructions for indictments should be sent to my office (if practicable) four days at least before the Sessions. N.B.âThe County Treasurer will pay the claims against the County, at the County Hall, in Denbigh, on Wednesday, the 22nd day of October next, at Ten tt'clo<ik a.m. U66 i&fral an ft ^tvbik Butte. PARLIAMENTARY BOROUGH OF DENBIGH. MUNICIPAL BOROUGH OF WREXHAM. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Alfred Coxon, Esquire, the Revising Barrister, will hold his Court for the Revision of the Lists of Parliamentary and Municipal Voters, 011 THURSDAY, the 2nd day of OCTOBER Next, 1S79, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, at the GUILDHALL, BKVN-Y- Fr VNN0X, instead of the Town Hall, as ori- ginaliv published. JNO. JAMES, 1211 Town Clerk. PARLIAMENTARY BOROUGH OF DENBIGH. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that Alfred Coxon, Esquire, the Barrister-at-Law appointed to revise the Lists of Voters within the Parliamentary Borough of Denbigh, and the several boroughs sharing in the election of a member of Parliament for the said Borough of Denbigh, will hold a court for such revision, FOE THE BOROUCJE OF IfOLT. At the Town Hall, in Holt, on F HID AY, 17th day of OCTOBER next, at 11 o'clock a.m. And all Overseers, Relieving Officers, and other Persons having to produce their lists, rate books, relief books, and other documents, are hereby required to attend. J. PARRY JONES, JR., Town Clerk for the Borough of Denbigh." Denbigh, 12th August, 1879. 1076 PAR LI AMENT AB Y BOROUGH OF DENBIGH. MUNICIPAL BOROUGH OF DENBIGH. T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that Alfred JL Coxon, Esquire, the Barrister at i_aw appointed to revise the Li. ts of Voters within-the Parliamentary Borough of Denbigh and the several boroughs sharing in the election of a Member of Parliament for the said borough of Denbigh, and also to revise the burgess lists for the several municipal boroughs of Denbigh, Ruthin, and Wrexham, will hold a court for such revi- ion Foit THE BoaorGH OF DENBIGH. At the Town in Denbigh, on WLLNSDAY. the 8th day uf OCTOBER at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. And all Overseers, Relieving Officers, and other persons k. ving to produce their lists, rate-books, relief < book. and other documents, are hereby required to attend. J. PARRY JONES, a ex., Town Clerk for the Borough of Denbigh. Denbigh, 12th August, lEiS. C FyiST DENBIGH RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. T L-T OF .SUBSCRIBERS to -.ie JLJ SHOOTiNG FEND for the year, loi'9. c Shone. Esq. (M yoi) 10 0 Lieut.-Co!. Sir W. Vi. Wynn 10 0 0 h Capt. Yorke 10 C 0 ri 0 The Rev. LI. Griiffth 1 1 0 Capt. Commandant J. Devereu.x Punii 100 Li. ut. J. Stewart Crawford 1 0 0 Lieut. T. Brittaia Williams 100 Lieut. F. Vaughan-Williarns. 1 0 0 T. Lloyd FitzHugh, E.-q. 1 0 0 S. P. Hope, Esq. 10 0 W. IE Jones, Esq., late Llwynonn 1 0 0 Colonel Smithers 0 10 0 Cai.>tain Ford 010 0 T. Bury, 5th D.R.Y. 0 10 0 Lieut. J. O. Bury, ditto 0 10 0 J. W. A. Cooper, E.-q. 0 10 0 Mr. R. J. Williams 0100 Mr. R. H. Done. 0 10 0 I\lr. John Mason 0 10 0 Mr. F. Storr 0 AO 0 Mr. Frank Newstead 0 10 0 Mr. Charles Edwards (Bank) 0 10 0 Mr. George Worrail 0 10 0 Mr. Charles Huxley 0 10 0 Mr. R. W. 0 10 0 Mr. John Wiiliams, Town Hill 0 10 0 Rev. George Bewjher 0 10 0 Mr. Alfred Owen 0 10 0 Mr. Thomas Ingham 0 10 0 Mr. W. A. Hulden 0 10 0 Mr. W. J. Si. son 0 so 0 Mr. Jonathan Fisher 0 10 0 1 Mr. JobnJoues, Island Green C 10 0 Dr. Williams, Hok-btreet 0 10 0 Dr. R. Widiams, Regent-street 0 10 0 A. H. Reid, Eiq 0 10 0 John Lewis, Esq. 0 10 0 J. Allington Hughes, E..q. 0100 T. Painter, Esq 0 10 0 Thomas Rowland, Esq. 0 10 0 Mr. Gwiit Catherail 0 10 0 Mr. Hugh Price. 0 10 0 Mr. J. B. Murless 0 10 0 Air. J. B. Muriels, jura. 0 10 0 Mr. Henry Bithell 0 10 0 Mr. James Davies 0 10 0 Air. George Weaver 0 10 0 Mr. Thomas Hughes 0 10 0 Mr. Edward Lovatt 0 5 0 Mr. W. Bolton 050 Mr. Walter Juivs .050 Mr. H. A. Hamshaw 0 5 0 Mr. James Leece 0 5 0 Mr. E. T. Fitch 0 5 0 Mr. E. Dowries Jones 0 5 0 Mr. Edward J ones, Chester-street 0 5 0 Edward Tench, Esq. 0 5 0 A. H. Poyser, Esq 0 5 0 Mr. R. Potter 050 Mr. Edward E. Rogers. 0 5 0 E. M. Junes, Esq 0 5 0 Mr. John Randies 00 Mr. Jones, Bank Buildings 0 5 0 Dr. R. W. J. Evans 0 5 0 Mr. E. Manners. "0 5 0 Mr. JohnBeale 0 5 0 Mr. John Beirne 050 Mr. J. W. Jones, saddler 0 5 0 Mr. David Jones, butcher 0 5 0 Mr. J. F. Edisbury 0 5 0 Mr. E. H. Williams 0 5 0 Mr. Joseph Davies .050 Mr. E. R. Palmer 0 5 0 Mr. T. Goodier 0 5 0 Mr. T. H. Jones 00 Dr. Llewelyn Williams 0 5 0 Mr. W. E. Samuel 0 5 0 Mr. A. C. Baugh 0 5 0 Mr. T. Jackson 0 5 0 Mr. W. Snape 0 5 0 John Bury, Esq. 0 5 0 Mr. George Bradley 050 Ashton Bradley, Esq 0 5 0 Mr. T. C. Haughton 0 5 0 Mr. George Manley 0 5 0 Mr. Frederick E. Roe 0 5 0 Mr. Lewis, grocer, Hope-street 0 3 0 Dr. Palin 0 2 6 Mr. George Bate. 0 2 6 Mr. H. Loxham. 0 2 6 Mr. T. Stant 0 2 6 Mr. Alfred Stant 0 2 6 Mr. Charles Davies, Hope-street 0 2 6 Mr. J. B. Shirley 0 2 6 Mr. R. C. Vaughan 02 6 Mr. R. O. Jone.L. 0 2 6 Mr. J. W. M. Smith 0 2 6 Mr. Daniel Samuel 0 2 6 Mr. J. Thompson 0 2 6 Mr. T. Walker 0 2 6 Messrs. W. and J. Pritchard 0 2 6 Mr. Alfred Trail Jones 0 2 6 Captain Evan Morris presents a Silver Cup, value 1210 10s., to be shot for by the members of B Company. 1200 Just Out, Post Free, 15 Stamps, THE HORSE AND CATTLE OWNER'S GUIDE. Explains their best management in health. e Gives clear instructions how to cure them when diseased. Enables any one to be his own animal doctor. Cows with Foot and Mouth Distemper can be cured in three days with little loss of condition or milk. Sent by THOS. BFISLET, Publisher, Cadishead, War- ring, 978 :r(:lt'Slll:rr' 5 3,Ã0rrSc;. OIIXE PHOSFNCR KEI CEAKE. ZCEEON E. a doiicious spnrkiiDjr tonic Bever- '£ age for daily use; containing the essential con- I stituents of the BLOOD, the BE A IN, and TISSUE NON-ALCOHOLIC. .n. ZOEDOFE, a PHOSPHATZD i BEYEF.AGE, invaluable to everyone engaged in professional, litersry, scientific, commercial, athletic or other pursuits, involving the wear and tear of J'ENTAL OF. PHYSICAL [STRAIN. *7OEDONE, specially valuable to COx* v'ALES- CENTS and INVALIDS. The heaitny wi;1 find i: a g7eful and comforting beverage. ZOEDONE, recommended by the faculty.â Medical testimony post free. ZOEDONE, preferred by many to Champagne, -4 at six to eight times the price. ZOEDONE mixes perfectly v/itfc Ciaret, other Wines, Beer and Porter. f^OEBONE, a beverage fcr WINTER, as well /J as for SUMMER use, and for any CLIMATE. Z. OEDOSE, par excellence, a Leverage for BALLS, P1C-NICS, EVENING PARTIES, BANQUETS, EElES, and other Festive occasions. Z OEDONE, an elrparst. pleasant, and sustain- ing beverage for Railway Travellers. Tourists, and Emigrant. ZOEDONE, put up like Champagne, in Cham- pagne Botiies, and is fit for any table. Z OEDONE thus described by a inedical con- noiseur :â" Everyone was struck with toe variety and attractiveness of tae liquids at the Dinner at the "Langhans." By universal consent f it paiu. was awarded to ZOEDONE," a sparkling, d dieicus, exhilarating drink, containing Phosphates and Iron." ZOEDONE, spoken of by loading h-'urnals in' corresponding hie'h tern: and assigned it the highest place at the MEDICAL BANQUET. Pr:o;:â including /h and a, ON RAILS AT WKKiHAJi :â 6s. Od. per dozen, in half Champagne Lottie usually sent in six dozen cases. 12s. per dozen in large Cham; agne Bottles, usually sent in three dozen cases. G'i. KxriiA PES Dor. specially prepared f"r 'hipment, and packed in casks. TESTIMONIALS. From William Carter, M.B., L.L B., London, 31.R.C.S., London, Phi/sicato ihc Rival ISoutkeru Hos- piud Liverpool, Lecturer o.v Maimt- .'It-dica, Liverpool â licjal Infirmary School of 31edislnc. JUlle 9f1, 1879. I have great pleasure in espressinsr the high opinion which I have formed of the value of Zoedant t;: a iconic bcyerage and medicine. It seems to me to meet a decided IV, Tit. hf by its means we are enabled to prescribe phosphate of iron, iime, &c., not merely in a very assimilable, uut as well in a most palatable and refreshing form. I have prescribed it largely, and from iuy observation of its effects beHeve it will be of great ut>e to the profession. From Norman Ecrr, F.L.S. 12, Grove Road, Regent's Baric, Loudon, loth Ma 1879. Zoedon° is a most agrees!.> refrgsnr-g "ial e.egant tonic. Tnis pleasant sp.rkhng ii^itag w\iie rtiost acceptable at the social board,, is an invaluable adjunct to medicine. Fran. Williaia If. Do'dc..Y.D.. Edinonroh. Honorary PhyzicL-iit to the Chester Innr,.i-iry. Chester, Junv 1.4th, 1879. I have been much pleased with your effervescing drink termed "Zoodcme." I have tried it mid fnUlll it an extremely agreeable,.refreshing, ami in", igorating bever- age. I have recommended k to ma,-r, of my patients, who are unanimous in speaking well of it. To Messrs Evans and Co. From the Rrr. D. Howell, D.D., Yi^ar of Wrexham. Vicarage, Wrexham. =\ Wales, Man, 24Ui, 1879. Messrs R. Evans and Co.âYour "Zoed ne is incom- parably the best non-a:cohn.,ic! oevera -e i nave -ver tasted. It is used daily in my family. It is refreshing, stimulating-, and strengthening. From Dr. Stephens, S!, for Chiidr< < L¡tti)OOl:. July 6th, 1879. I have recommended Zoedone to many of my patients, (specially ladies and children, where I considered a little vine necessary, with, 1 an; to say. tne most gratifying results. "I have carefully examined a sample of tne New Aerated Mineral Water, manufactured ny Messrs. Evans & Co., and to which they have aiven the name of Zoedone.' I find the statement rL, respecting *t:o its composition to be fully borne out by the analvsia. The Zoedone is a BHIGET. SI'AIIKLING, and VEKY PLEA- SANT beverage, quite free from any medicinal taste-: in- deed. it forms a most agreeable and elegant vehicle for the administration of the Phosphates Lime and Iron which it contains, and which are in a state of complete solution."âARTHCE HILL HASSALL, M.D., London, Author of '"Food, its adulterations, and the method of their detection." AGENTS EVERYWHERE. PATi-NFEX: â I). JOHNSON, F.C.S. MANUF.'XTUESKS R. Y. v A & CO., WREXHAM. NORTH W ALES. POTATOES POTATOES!! FAMILIES, Hotels, Public Institutions, ajid F the Trade supplied. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. MATTHEW JONES, WHOLESALE POTATO MERCHANT, 100, GRANVILLE STREET. BIRMINGHAM. 698 LAM PLOUGH'S P Y R E TIC SALINE. HAVE IT IN YOUR HOUSES, AND USE NO OTHER. This alone is the True Antidote in FEVERS, ERUPTIVE AFFECTIONS, SEA OR BILIOUS SICKNESS. Having peculiar and exclusive merits. For the protection of the public against un authorised imitations, I have again appealed to the law, and obtained a perpetual injunction, with costs, against the defendant, a Chemist in Manchester. SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS. Obs,rve-Thc Genuine has 1ny name and IViuMc Mark on a Buff-coloured Wrapper. t 113, HOLBORN-HILL, LONDON. OU