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Sales by Auction. SALES BY MESSRS BAUGH, JOSE, AND CO. .r_' "F_ SAtE OF FAT AND STORE STOCK, AT THE ROSSETT AUCTION MART. U U'(;H, JO?ES. & CO. will hoM the:r b "I't s-lk 0f FAT and STORE STOCK at the 11' Lioneijossett t on Mondav, February ?th, 1878. ??oAMcn"t?-ionn .??? ,,?u.y E?F.Ui.n j â. Prime Fat Bullocks and Heifers \!? of !<-?-?"'?'? ?YCra] Fut Calves t'at allll :t,,1' I',s .1 ?so    !wS '???- ?-' ? ?'?"' '?'- in ç;,o a uH loN tosuitlHinIiasers. p? g The prllperty of Biitoi Esq., F" pott9j r¡., I T,hepropprt; '? '?", Townshend, E. Swetenham, )}\( e 1.1 r I 'I J  Route)!. ? ? ? J. Awar d S, Mr Jones, ?t??) '?il'  F "lIkllI, Mr ??-'?. Mr I I "\ir 'le? ?Wootrich, Mr E, Woolnch, t'I'll'l:l1'l., I\. u V n.' '?n?MrnaYn? M<Ws D.?ey, Mr H!chc)?e. Mr Dudicston. Mr Lcdsome and others. Further Entries respectfully solicited. Sale at Two o'clock prompt. 232 sU1, IX THK VEGETABLE MARKET, WKEXHAM. T') m: SOLD BY ACCTtO?. by \ÅsRs )'tt t!H J<??s. A Co., on TUESDAY, the 5th I f tl ''t "f ??. hn) "H'v !?7? (re.ncved for the convenience ".1\"111"" 'I 1'\1" a??m.ut. o, useful n?RHOLn II pri'ViTr'itK :md Other Effects, comprising valuable 'j,?, )?s"'v.?'d. f'Ut r.'mi?. by H. Telkien, -).')'' ?' Di '.t'X?'?' '?' Bro ulwoo 1, suitable f?r ?  f "k hi:Ii1¡\1'. ni»r 1;t"S111 tT'anl(", tsff.?, rosewood, o )k Vl ???j. t.(h)?. t"i!?t !?a-iM, feather and Hock beds, tt..?, n?? and w.??d bedsteads, m,rb!e top and ,ther vh'WIWR drains? tables, :oi)et services, ). t ..f d'.nvers, oak chest, m?ho'??nv hau'.seatd, n \?,,t'. ('lm"t'lt(I, and kitchen chairs, ?.?vhedstp))- Mdint: fire screen: night com- ??uv?" Stter. scales and weights, pictures, l iv.tnvolli'i- and other boxes, bird (breeding) siiin beard "?? ?'"?- glass cMe 5ft. by lit. 'nn:ll 1\11, '?"'?' n.'piron?, ashpMis, brown wire, and nmuerous other effects. t?.rve. S?e at 1 for ? o clock. 2? WHKXHAM SMITHFIELD. Trfri:s;»A V, FEBRUARY lSiS, OK FAT AND STOKE STOCK EVERY FAli: DAY, at Ten o'clock, and the Auctioneers respectfully request that the Stock be at the Mart e:irlv. STOCK. Ai.RF.Anv ENTEIIEH. A I"t pf Prime F" t Beasts Ditto of Dairy Cows A nice lilt of Sheep, Lambs, and Pigs Sale at Ten o'clock. BAnm, JONES, AND CO. OOTb Important Rale id CHEYET HEY, H'IVX ham. MKSSRS BAUGH. JONES, A' Co. h?toiin- .?) nounce that they have been favoured with in- .:r.?!i..))? from Dr. S?ner. t ? SELL gy AUCTION, in Tn'.sitAY, WEDNESDAY, and FUIDAY, the 12th, tall. and loth of February, 1*78, the whole of the excellent and modem HOUSE- appertaining to dining, drawiim. and sitting rooms, library, seven bed ,1.1 dressing looms (whi.-h are principally in wal- nut, mahoisiny, rosewood, and oak). handsome piano- forte in rosewood. Brussels, Kidderminster, and otluT carpets, nearly new, engravings. old china, collection of corals, and a valuable library of books, also garden requisites and other miscellaneous effects. Tl'.e s;ile \Im commence punctually each day at 11 (t'??k OKFLKU OF SALE. pint J)'<ii,âFv'in! lot I to 1«2, l'oina kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, store-room, dining-room, and part of library. Day'.â From lot 11.;2 to 358, being books, iV-iv.'ini-rnnin, hall, stiir-awe, sitting-room, and No. J Third Ibiii.âTleilrcms No. 2, 3, 4. 5. n. and 7, bed and other linen. cel'r. yard, and garden. C;it:i!n';nes may be bad on application to the Auctioneers, or if by l'ost inn receipt of a Postage Stamp. 2:30gf Ilf F'li'i.i T il1p'eu}'lf.t, Ilf.ltF:h',ltl I'IIiiiFi'ftthur Hal, lVx*c?s, at I'KNYBONT FARM, A* O fitt'tho}}. OAUGH, JONES. »v Co., have received j i iu?trnctions from the Executors of the late Mr Tiwai'ts .lniies, to SELL BY AUCTION, on MONHAY, tiic lltli day of February. on the aboce premises, t'liMvli.il" of the Live an 1 D ul FAIIMiXfi STOCK, c miiiri^iim three yonns iL.ir>' cows, two year old in- calt htdfi-r. tv.o promising yearling heifers, useful roan ilv.iibht horse, six smart store pigs, broad mid nairow- iviii'il carts with harvest .Hearing, patent axle and w!ii.l,. wool lan.1 roller (new), wood cultivator, iron hand ))li,iiih, two wheel do. by Howanl, ridain? pbinill. inir of iron harrows, set three wood do., turnip dvill, wiunowim; machine, patent chaff cutter. tiiMiip sliivr. malt screen, stack frame with lfi stone i'ilhrs and cap-. wheelba.Tc.w, three ladders, corn truck, oil .firn sucks, beam, scales and woishts, fti ind- stuiiH fr.-nue. heel and other rakes, half measure, liop[je?'. scyi.be.s. iriiiu-' trees, 13 cow cljaius. 11.ih. picks, iic.ttocks, scrapers, 11nn hooks, sieves, ri'ldli s, and other other shovels, iron bars, cart .'Mi'k. seven s tiiiii-troiialis, stone cistern, 5 ft. 2 in. ft. I; iii. thrill, plough .sears, set of hanicss. raVnia saddle, brides. A-o., aiiil a quantity fitly seed pnt:ito:js. A: ⢠also the whole of the Household Finnituvt, Dairy Vessels, and other effects â s;de it 12 o'clock prompt. 231f mkssks cnnsTox, ELPHICK. AND CO. 1:' -"v-' Suttee of Site of Dairy Cmâ¢, Barren //â i/V|.«, si;,i?, Culls, Cart Horse* mid Cults, Sheep, Iiitiiii'uifiilf of flt'iibfoitlrji, and (if SHORDLEY CASTLE FARM, "â¢â if />«>, Flintihh-f. Mi'S>l!S CHURTON, E?PHICK. and CO. bcs to ?'t. :)))N'.u))ceth;tt they have been favoured with 't!'urti..)is from Mrs EHxabeth Maddock, who is pe- I'liliiin the dairy svston, to SELL BY AUCTION, on "?t\. the 11th February. 1K'S. the above- "?'itinned valuable Live amI Dead Famnn.n Stock. :1:, Full particulars will shortly be published. 257c BY MESSRS "ETCHES NUNNER LEY, AND ETCHES. THE XEXT WHITCHURCH (SALOP) HORSE will take place on Km PAY, February ]""7". All entries close on Fob. 15th. i'fCHKs, NCNNEI.'LEV, AND ETCHES, AICTIO.VKERS. "fticc W'atei'iiate-street, Whitcliurch, Salop. 227 BY 1m JAMES TA 1 LOR.  W UKXHAM HORsK F?n p?, FHURUARY 7TH, [S7S, ?)'?J'?T\y).'d; w!)I 11"1 ?s nsua l a in ti P \J11 ho], "l e as lIsna ?''? ?,'? ?b"?et, next Thursday, of ''1" Kntr?»-.T Ac1 it' ?anit'ss' <'?' ?"'? 8ruWler> ciotlnn '(" 'T" a ar^' "umber of new corn sacks, I Pnt)'; 1""J'e ,tf,,]] 1' ''Hi* n' k V '?ed nP to the hour of sa!e- o lo- /"0 Ilot'Schold Funi- '? '?'?, ?n.?<- (Ull! 7/o??.A?-.? ?')-?- "HOSELY COTTA15K." fnliit. ?'"?' "'?"?? about One mile from Gres- f'1'- Hishwav leading to Chester f"r,"|,iân ?n'\h.i?. ? "?tru..tc.d bv Mr. Thos. ?! )')" H teavhm the ne.?hhonrhood), to s).? ?, '? .L C) tOX. at ''Jlosely Cottage, (iri-.sfor d ;¡fHJ'f.ti t' T')-' at 'I-1j¡eJ, Cntta;.4c," (;re;fortl, ,U!\n vi'llM-i.J February 5th, I."j7. bis (""II( "r'?«?"?..?c.. vix.: B)ack cow (On the I'HI"I 'I I piint c n. i' 10' heifer (to '?? at end of the 'Hh) 'I ,klr,awlieri-y stirk.two?ilts. small "ti''k oil V- *:i" !irt stack of straw (to ?o oH'\ iron ,II" 11'1 "t '?,.r â 'i''r' of tlmk'r hand-hay ennin". "H'll!" .}, fc trim h s. lnni' "??. P?''?. and other miscel- '???? to"ether with a mriet\ of nsefu! Hoi'?'u'?" H- '):xrn [:E.?c. Sale at 2 o'dock punctuaHy. 21Xf I I PLAS MOUNTAIN, MINEIIA. Tq T" 'tiVS?L,) hy ACCTiON.byMr J.TAYLOR, "t tI I '¡¡Ult: y1'" 'iu,'se "? Mr Joseiih Jones, shoemaker, '?"t ? ')"?'' t i'tts?wvn .?)Utta!n. aforcsaxLon' 'ls^wyn .Mountain, a or,:s.l1d on H.ia«,'ni February. 1S7?. a variety of useful i â¢lltljiv''iV i."rnitnre and other EffRcts. A)so, unless â¢lisj,,k I I>r ioi-to the It:yof s :le, a "mall stack of H?. "pnortothe d.-yof .s?)e. .n)an stack of' ?a!eat2o'c]ockpron)pt. 2?:). ? ADDRESS. \('(" 'Vl\f. pARRY, ACCOUNTANT, AND ESTATE AIENT, t'nnsig-I\mer t f ( r?'?'? of Ooods of every description rW('iv«t !!f l ffw positive s:Ue. ;¡,e, eon,l .(1 s "m,!uttwl in town amt icmniti v npnn ?ti, "pntable terms. "tpt Settlement of Account.. ?Mcy for ^be transfer of business. T ? '?ht and ()ld, ] OFFICE I j > CHURCH STREET, WREXHAM. 10r Sales by Auction. I SALES BY MR. LLOYD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH, 1878. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. MR LLOYD begs to inform his numerous friends 1'1 and supporters that he has taken FIRST and SECOND STAND in the New Smithfield (which is on the left hand side of the entrance), where he will in future hold his fortnightly sales of cattle, sheep, pifis, Ac., and trusts he shall receive the same support that has hitherto been accorded him during the time he has been in business as an auctioneer, and has the pleasure of announcing his next sale will take place on THI RSDAY, February 7th. The following Stock are already entered. A prime lot of Bullocks, Heifers, and Bulls, In-calf Cows, and with Calves at foot, Barrens, Stirks, Store Bulls, ifce. A magnificent lot of Fat and Rearing Calves A prime lot of Shropshire and Cross-bred Fat Sheep A number of Pork and Bacon Pigs, also Stores The property of regular supporters of the late Auction Mart: Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart., M.P., Wynnstay; Sir R. Palmer, Bart., Sir R. A. Cunliffe, Bart., Hon. Geo. Kenyon, T. LI. Fitz-Hugh, Esq., E. Peel, Ksq., Bryn-y-pys; S. Yorke, Esq., S. P. Hope, Esq., H. Lees, Esq., Pickhill Hall; Captain Ormrod, Penvlan: A. Peel, Esq., Gerwyn A. Balfour, Esq., Mount Alyn: Capt. Godfrey, H. W. Meredith, Esq., T. Beakbane, Esq., F. E. Cotton, Esq., Captain Best, E. Xwetenham, Esq., W. H. Darby, Esq., Brymbo T. Clayton, Esq., Major Roper, H. Whalley, Esq., Plasmailoc Captain Owens Althrey, Peter Walker, Esq., George Barbour, Esq., Bracton; J. Clarke, Esq., R. C- Webster, Esq., George Plant, Esq., Henry Dennis, Esq., Henry Humphreys, Esq., J. it. Bennion, Esq., Eo Randies, Esq., R. J. Sisson, Esq., Charles (Griffiths, Esq., Thomas Morris, Esq., Esp Hill; J. Kenrick, Esq., Wynn Hall Mrs Johnson, Esless The Misses Lewis, Miss Hayes, New British Iron Company Messrs T. Evison, Eyton R. Peate, tyton; Thos. R. Parry, J. Million, T. Meredith, R. J. Roberts, J. Davies, Llanypwll E. Williams, H. Bate, S. T. Reeves, K Humphreys, T. Roberts, Berse: T. Fearnull, Royton J. B. JIurless, S. Dale, Holt: R. Parker, Belgrave J. Forrester, A. Sutton, Thomas Griffith, T. Brassey, Althrey T. Beake, J. Owens, Coddington Moss, Rossett; Cooke, Worthenbury R. Harrison, Plascoch J. Edwards, Carthagena T. Wainwright, J. Roberts, Woodliouse: .1. tee, H. C. Murless, Ruabon T. Jones, Hollie.,3 ('. Parsonage, Bevan, Jackson, Eardlev, W. Billing- ton, M. Darlington, Ac., itc. Sale at 10 o'clock to a minute. 2()Jtpn PR EL IM IN AR l A N NO V NC E M ENT. /?' ?.f< atl,'aä;ec awl important Sale of 90 head I(f' Dai,y Of<??, iiic7,!(Iii)li i'ottiiDa i, -;I Cotc.i, t'?'? and ? m?'c, 10 fre*h ii-mnj i barrens, 10 ?'j-<??-?M .B"M"t;?. 10 .w?)7f'? BI/llock., ö! >learliit'i Ilelfern, and 4 useful ?/?.<. 4 Horse* (in- c?t?t? half-bred Mare 5 years nM by "Lal/llllah," I a M?/?f' hunt re**), 2 ('(' r! Horse* 4 year* ()M, Cart Filly rising 2 war, ??, 15 7'?/<. including 2 excellent in-pig S<nr*, 1 Boar, and 12 strong Stores, aho, ? I Boai-, a)iel 12 tyl.?t) '(i C?i/of?? maker*, of modern ciuistruction, and t? f.?f'<?.? condition; the whole of the Dairy and Brewing Vessels, ?'??t('<' icith part of the Household Furniture and idler ejTccti. At Evton, distant 4 miles from Wrexham. 2 from Bangor, :.1 from Overton, and 4 from Ruabon. MR. LLOYD has -rt,?it pleasure in announcin g '?? t))!tthf has been hom'urpd with?iustructicna! from Mr li. Peate, of Eyton (who is giving up the Fitriii), to Sell by Auction, upon the above-named premises, on FRTlHY, March 1878, the whole of the afnrr.named Live and Dead Farming Stock and other Effects, i Full particulars will appear in future advertisements, I N.li.- The Cattle are all in calf to a Pedigree Bull, Pure bred Bulls have been used in this herd for the the last 10 years, purchased from E. Peel, Esq., Bryn- y-pys Jas Hardcastle, Esq., and others. Offices Plassey, near Wrexham. 2:1ih I SALE BY ?iIESSRS PUGH, STOKES, & OWEN. IILE HOUSE, Ode Mile f rom Oswestry, on the Shrewsbury Road. Ii 1\1Esnf; PUGH, STOKES, A?D OWEN be? to 1.' announce their instructions from Mr Richard Jones (who is retiring from farming), to SELL BY AK TiOX, on Tuesday, 5th February, 1¡8, the whole of his very valuable and extensive HVE and DEAD FARM STOCKING, IMPLEMENTS, Ac., viz.. CATTLE. 1 Excellent Short-horn Bull 3 Two-year-old ,short-horn Heifers 7 Fat Cows (The above are cirn-fed and very ripe) | I J1-1 Cows, in calf, close to profit 5 Three-year-old Heifers, close to profit 7 Two-year-old Heifers, barren 5 Two-year-old Bullocks 5 Yearling Heifers 5 Yearling Bullocks I SHF.F.I'. l(i Two-year-old Fat Sheep 102 Yearling Ewes and Wethers 72 In-lamb Ewes TIGS. ? Sows in-pig 25 Smart strong Stores HOUSES, iVC. i Two splendid Teams of Seven Horses, young. powerful, and active with their Gearing One Basket Carriage, One Set Cob Harness i IMPLEMENTS. Five Road and Harvest Waggons, 3 Carts. Corn DriH, Turnip Drill, ("lover Drill, 3-wheel Plough, b ridge Plough, 4 pair of Iron Harrows, pair of Iron Twins, Coleman's Cultivator, Hornsby's Reaping Machine and Self-raker, Hay Maker, Horse Rakes, two horse-power Chaff ('utters, Pulpers, Kiblers, Oil Cake .Mills, Winnowing and Weighing Machine, self-acting Gun, and it vitriety of useful Implements, fully parti- cilarised in Catalogue. Luncheon by ticket at 10.;J0. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock punctually. The Auctioners have every confidence in recommend- ing the above stock. The fat i-itttle are all young, have been stall-fed, and of the finest quality: The dairy cows and in-calf heifers are mostly from the pedigree stock, roloury, and well-framed, and close to profit. The young bullocks and haïrens are very promising. The fat sheep art- one and two-year-old, Shropshire Down, very ripe, and of grand quality. The iambing ewes are very strong, and have been selected with great care. The waggon horses are remarkable for their (luality, power amI activity. A Conveyance will meet Great Western and Cambrian Trains on morning of Sale. Descriptive catalogues may be obtained at the principal Hotels, and the offices of the AITTIONF.F.RS, Church-street, Oswestry. (1202c SALE BY MESSRS. PICKERING, SON, & WOODFIX. ,r-. -u_ Freehold Cottages situate at the Nine Houses, Shotton, near Con milts Quay, in the Cijittity of Fliizt. TO BR SOLD by AUCTION by Messrs. PICKER- ING, SONS, and WOOD Fl N, at the Ship Inn, Com'dt's Quay, on Monday, February 11th, 1878, at half-past Four to Five o'clock in the afternoon, punctually, subject to conditions of sale then to be produced, and in one lot. all those two MESSUAGES or COT TAGES, with the Gardens and Outbuildings thereto belonging, situate at the Mne Houses, Shotton, near Connah's Quay, in the parish .of Ha- I warden, in the couutv of Flint, and in the respective occupations of Mr John Davies and Mr John Hopkins. I And also all that other Messuage or Cottage, with the appurtenances thereto belonging, at the rear of thelast mentioned premises, and in the occupation of Mr Wm. Switzer. I For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers I the Eastgate, Chester, or at the office of Mr Thomas V. Royle, solicitor, Newgate-street, Chester. 256it SALE BY MR BIRCH. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. The next Mart Sale will be held on Thursday, February 7, 1878. MR BIRCH he?s to inform his numerous fnend.s ?? and customers that the fon"¿ng- STOCK has been already entered for sale, comprising a lot of Prime Fat Beasts. Prime Fat Sheep and Lambs. Fat and Store Pigs. Calves, &c. The property of the supporters of this mart in eluding Simon Yorke, Esq., A. Peel, Esq., J. Clark, Esq" G. Brassev, Esq., J. Walker, E*j., T. Brassey, Esq., E. Lewis. Esq.. Messrs J. Milhgan, R, J. Roberts, T. Evison, T. Roberts, J. Sandhaeh, Hnxlev, J. Piggot, J. Sandhaeh, junior, Lee, Cliffe, Are., &c. Sale to commence with fat cattle at Ten o'clorjc. Office Mareliwiel, Wrexham. 1685c SALES BY MR DAVID ROBERTS. -'J' -.r- 011 Monday, next, February 4th, lS, at Blaenau t'cha, Vroacyllte, and near to Chirk Castle. MR n 1VII) ROBERTS will SELL BY AUC- II TION, 11 Head of well bred cattle, 5 Draught and other horses, sow aJl(l:! store pigs, .57 Welsh sheep, farm implements, dairy utensils, and part of the household furniture. The property of Mr Thomas Thomas, who is lea viug: Terms Cash. Lunch at 11 and Sale at 12. 250 Oil Friday, February Hth, 1878, at Cadnant Ucha\ (ile'i. Ceiriuy, tmo utiles front the toll'm hi Llail- gollen. R DAVID ROBERTS will SELL by AUCTION iTJL 13 head of cattle (some with calves at foot, and others to calve early), 7 horses, colts and ponies, young donkey, sow, 1 s pigs, geese, stacks of hay and barley, turnips, f:mn implements, and dairy re- j quisites, the property of Mr Richard Jones, who is retiring from farming. The usual credit or dis- j count. Lunch at 11, and Sale at 12 o'clock. 251g Oil Saturday, February M, 1878, at Llandegla, ON the property nfIr Evan Jones, gamekee per removed to the Plough inn for the convenience of sale, Ii head of cattle, 7 horses and colts fat pi" litter of young pigs. I tons of canital hay (to go off), farm implements, dairy utensils, and few articles of house furniture. The usual credit or discount. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. Auctioneer's Office, Temple Buildings, C'orwen I 25% Sales by Auction. SALE BY MR. JOHN JONES. MR JOHN JONES will hold his next. Sale of CATTLE, SHEEP, and PIGS on the Wrexham Smithfield, on Thursday, February 7th, 1878. Sale of 3 useful shandries, set of double harness, single ditto, gig lamps, chaff cutter, cart gears, saddles, bridles, rugs, &c., on the Beast Market, at one o'clock. Further Entries respectfully solicited. Auctioneer's Office, Crescent-terrace, Wrexham. 271 l\iR JOHN JONES will SELL BY AUCTION, at IT I the Croft adjoining the Market Hall, Rhos- lIanerchrugog-, on Monday, February 4th, 1878, CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, HORSES, TRAPS, Ac. also a Stack of Prime Clover and Rye GRASS and HAY lying close to Rlios. Sale at One o'clock. Auctioneer's Office, Crescent-terrace, Wrexham. 272 SALE BY MR. J. W. BROWN. STOCK SALE AT BROUGHTON HALL STATION. MR. J. W. BROWN will hold his next Fortnightly I i y. I Sale of Fat and Store Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Calves, &c., on WEDNESDAY, February 13th, 1878. Early entries to the Auctioneer will oblige. High Street, Mold. 239 Important Sale of Harness, Saddlery, Horn Clothing, ,I-c., at the Market Hall, Mold. MR J. W. BROWN has received instructions from 1., i a Ip?ding firm of Manufacturers, to SELL BY AUCTIHN, on SATURDAY, February 9th, and WED- NESDAY (Fair Day), February 13th, 1878, a very large consignment of Harness, Saddlery, Horse Clothing, &c., comprising sets of double harness, single ditto, pony ditto, cab ditto, mounted in brass and silver, and iu great variety, ladies', gentlemen's, and chil- dren's riding saddles, riding bridles in various makes, head collars in all sizes, riding and driving whips, and a very large assortment of horse rugs, Clothing, <kc., <fc. Sale at Three o'clock each day. High -street, Mold. 279K Public and Legal Notices. THOMAS ROWLANDS, Talon Smithy, near Hope, CHALLENGES anyone in the Principality to Walk any distance, for so much aside, which can be arranged on application to him at the above address. 248b -âââââââââââââââââââââââââââââ. TOWN HALL, WREXHAM. ¡ A PPBLW LECTURE will be delivered bv the A Rev. STEPHEN TODD, R.W.G.C. and d,w.. Grand Lodge of England, on Wednesday, February fith, on GOOD TEMPLARY and the NEGRO QUESTION." Chair to be taken at half-past Seven. Members of the Order are earnestly invited. Questions will be answered. 2fif)a BRYIBO WATER COMPANY. ~VT O T I C E IS HER K B Y C, IVEN, that the EIGHTEENTH GENERAL HALF-YEARLY MEETING of the Proprietors of the Brymho Water I Company will be hdrl at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrcxhxm, on Friday, the 22nd day of February, 1?, at the hour of three o'clock in the afternoon. The Transfer Bof?ks of the Company will be closed on the Sth (?y of February, and continue closed untU after the Meeting. By order of the Directors, THOMAS CHARLES, Secretary. Offices: Brymbo, Feb. 1,1878. 247b TRANCE AND WIV;OX' ..ETHER.COPE AND -S SPECTRAL OPERA COMPANY, also the original Pepper's Uhost, from the Royal Polytechnic Institution, London. Public Hall, Wrexham, for one week only, com- mencing MONDAY, Feb. 4th, 1878. Messrs Strange and Wilson have the honour to an- nounce to the nobility, clergy, gentry, and public of this town and its vicinity the above Exhibition of the new scientific, musical, literary, and Ãtherc opk Entertainment, which combines all the astounding effects of the .ETHERSCOPE SPECTROSCOPE AND PHAXTOSCOPE. Strange and Wilson, with an entirely new Enter- tainment, Scientific, Pictorial, Musical, and II. Iusionary, supported by a talented company of operatic artistes. On MO.VDAY and FRIDAY, the entertainment will j commence with the late ClIas, Dickens' exquisite tale, a Christmas Carol The new and splendid scenery by R. Johnson, Esq. j Music specially adapted, and the whole produced under the personal superintendence of Mr Harrison. The immortal name of Charles Dickens isa sufficient guarantee that benevolence, humanity, and true re- ligion are the all-prevailing themes of any work that bears it. ON TUESDAY, the entertainment will commence with the operatic mystery of Faust! with Gounod's j lovely music, written for this entertainment in order to display the wondrous spectral effects in five epochs, thirty beautiful tableaux. Ox WKDNRSDAV, Jobn Barnett's firand Scotch Opera, entitled-The Mountain Sylph. ON THURSDAY, the Warning Foice On SATI UDAY, Schiller's beautiful poem, the Storm of Tho?bts On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, to conclude with an entirely new spectral sketchâMuddlehead in a Fix or, the Phantom Swindler. j On Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, to conclude i with an entirely new spectral sketchâThe Haunted House. Proprietors, Messrs Strange and Wilson. Manager, Mr H. Harrison. Agent in advance, Mr J. Wheeler. Reserved Seats, lis; Unreserved, 2s; Third Seats, Is: Promenade, till. Tickets and plan at the hall. Children under 12 and schools half-price, promenade excepted. Open each evening at half-past 7, Entertainment to commence at 8. Carriages to be ordered for 10.15 p.m 220g â .'£OLD AND FIA WARDEN DISTRICT PJLOCOmxu MATCH. OPEN TO ALL ENGLAND. Wednesday, February 20th, 1S7S (7/ prevented by 'frost, on Wednesday, the 27th, at Shifna Ilt'J near PREMIUMS to the amount of nearly 150 wil" be offered for competition. Entries to be made on or before Saturday, February Kith, to Mr Hu?h Hughes, Bodhyfr'd, Mold, or Messrs. J. and (?. McHattie, Chester, from whom par- ticulars may be obtained. No entries will be received after the date named. 234a WREXHAM DISTRICT PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Incorporated under the Building Societies Acts, 1874. Shares, X.30 each. Entrance Fee, Is per Share or part of a Share. THIS Society is now prepared to make advances, Trepayable in a certain number of years, on Mortgages. A meeting is held on the first Monday in each month for receiving subscriptions and enrolment ef members. For further particulars apply to the Secretary. J. B. SHIRLEY. No. 12, Temple-row, Wrexham. t.lOr STAR HOTEL, MOLD. ST. DAVIDS DAY. THE ANNUAL DINNER will be held at the above HOJel, on FRIDAY, MAIJCH 1ST, 1878. PRESIDENT T. W. EYTON, ESQ., J.P. ( MR E" R J0NE<?' VICF-PftESIVE.NT. ( Mr B. POWELL. As a limited number only, of Tickets are issued. 1 Early application is respectfully requested. 1-1) 3 133 I ST. DAVID'S DAY. THE ANNUAL DINNER in celebration of the TPatron Saint of Wales will take place at the ROYAL OAK, MOLD. PRESIDENT MAJOR TREVOR ROPER. VICE-PRESIDENTS W. E. MARSTON, ESQ. 53n A. J. BRERETON, ESQ. pROVIDE AGAINST ACCIDENTS. By taking a Policy of the RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY. The oldest and largest Accidental Assurance Com- pany. Hon. A. KINNAIRD, M.P., Chairman. ANNUAL INCOME £ 210,000. A fixed sum in ease of Death by Accident, and a Weekly Allowance in the event of Injury, maybe secured at moderate Premiums. Bonus allowed to Insurers of five years standing. ACCIDENTS OCCUR DAILY £ 1,230,000 has been prtill as COMPENSATION. Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, the Local" Agent, or G4, CORNHILL, LONDON. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. Agents Agents for Wrexham Mr W. JAMES, Wheatsheaf Railway Station. ili, J. B. SHIRLEY, j National Provincial Bank of England. 12n Public and Legal Notices. SOUTH WALES DISTRESS FUND. A MISCELLANEOUS 0 O N C E R T will be held in the TEMPERANCE, HALL, WREXHAM, in aid of the above Fund ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY STH, 1878, Consisting of SONGS, RECITATIONS, AND MUSIC also a Comic Sketch, entitled ALL A HOAX: OR, THE RELIEF FUND. Doors open at 7.30, Chair to be taken at Eight, by THE REV. D. HOWELL, VICAR, PRICES OF ADM issio.N.-Reserve(I Chairs, 2s; Front Seats, Is; Back Seats, tkl. Tickets may be had from the Secretary, T. P. Taylor, 9, Bank-street, or members of the I.O.G.T. 242b COPP-4- COLLIERY, LIMITED. COPPA COLLIERY, LIMITED. THE CREDITORS of the above-named Compar., (now in course of voluntary liquidation, are re- quired on or before the 28th day of February, 1878, to send in their full Christian and surnames, and ad- dresses, with particulars of their claims or demands, to Mr RICHARD VYVYAN TREGELLAS, of No. 20, St. Werburgh-street, Chester, addressed to the "Liquida- tors of the Coppa Colliery, Limited," and in default thereof, the said Liquidators may proceed to wind up the Company, and distribute the assets thereof among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which the said Liquidators shall then have had notice. Dated this 25th dav of January, 1878, FREDK. CHARLTON, 1 J t Liqtii(]-,ttors. R. VYVYAN TREGELLAS, ? 1"??- 249f NOTICE. A LL persons having any claims against Doctor or Mrs Steuer, of Chevet Hey, are requested to send their accounts to Mr Conran, 50, Chester-street, Wrexham, who is also authorised to receive all moneys which are due to them. 2(i2b PUBLIC NOTICE. WE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that MR. W HENRY SNOW, of Mold, in the county of Flintshire, is no longer in our service, and all accounts owing to the firm should be remitted direct. January 8th, 1S78. EDWARD WEBB ifc SONS, WORDSLEY, STOURBRIDGE. N.B.âOrders by Post promptly attended to, and Catalogues sent on application. 03e ADWY R CLAWDD. C1YNELIR CYFARFOD LLENYDDOL A CHON- ? CERT yn y He uchod Dvdd Cwcner y Groglith. Ebrill lSeg, 1878. Ceir programmes gau yr Ysgrifenydd, Jeremiah I FMwards, Talwrn, ond danfon dau stamp ceiniog. IX (.WELL DY-G NA GOLUD. DmlNawdd I t:, 0, MORGAN, ESQ., Q.C.M.P., A J. C. EDWARDS, BSQ., TltKVOR HALL. Cynnelir j EISTEDDFOD FA WREDDon VN Y TABERNACLE, CEFN, j DYLf) LLLN Y I'AS;T EERILL 21, LS7!S. ¡ BEIRNIAID I Y Farddoniaetli. Traethodau, &-e. Llew Llwyfo. Y Gainadaeth Mr I>. Jenkins, A.C., Aberystwyth, a Uew Uwdo.  PRIK DESTYNAU PRll' IkSTY:oiAl' I Hanes Dafvdd," Gwobr, £ 1 10 0. Traethawd, "Hane. Dafy,lll," Cwobr, £1 1\' O. I Prvddest, ErchvHf'ra y rhyfe] preseno] rbwng Rwssia a TIHuri," heb fod dan ?00 muell, Gw "T, 1'r Cor heb fod dan 15, nac uwchlaw 30 mewn nifer, a gano tireii Blodeuyn Olaf," gan J. Ambrose Lloyll, (iivobr, £ 2 10 0. 1'1' Cor heb fod dan :211, nac uwchlaw 40 mewn nifer, a gano oreu 0 Father whuse Almighty Power," Handel's Judas, Gwohr, £ 3. 1'1' Cor heb fod dan 40, nac uwchlaw 80 mewn nifer, a gano oreu Worthy is the Lamb," Cr Amen," Handel's Messiah, Gwobr £10. Geiriau Cymraeg neu Seisnig. Gellir cael lhestr o'r testynau ond anfon lie. at un o'r ysgrifenytldion. W. WRIGHT, Queer. Street, Cefn. 1113!) B. BOWEX, Cambriaji House, Cefn. Education. ,r" QRAMMAR SCHOOL REXHAM A. D., lti03. HEAD MASTERâ 2iiz THE REV. THOMAS KIRK, M.A. St. John's College, Cambridge. Boarders return, Tuesday, Jan. 29th, ltiïft IR E. B. SIMMS, (Or:tanist, of the ParUh Church, Wrexham, and Professor ol Music at the feilleye, Cheater.) will Resume his Organ, Pianoforte, Harmonium, and Singing Lessons, thorough Bass, Harmony, &c., on WEDNESDAY, the 22nd Instant. SCHOOLS ATTEND ED.| 1, KIxe; STREET, WREXHAM. Jan. 9th, 1878. 80b TOWER HAU., LLAGOLLE. ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES. PRINCIPALS :â DR. & ilIRs- ELLIS, The house is delightfully situated on an eminence about half a mile from the town, and commands splendid views of the far famed Vale of Llangollen. The course of instruction is such as to qualify Young Ladies for useful and honourable positions in Societv, as well as for competitive examinations. I-Irospectiisk, &c., on application. 173f GROSVENOR ROAD, WREXHAM. P, S AND ^JISS WILSON. SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Duties will be resumed on Wednesday, 30th inst. 90h Tenders. -r- TO BUILDERS. BAPTIST CHAPEL, PENYCAE, RUABON. THE COMMITTEE are prepared to receive TEN- DEnS for re-building the above. Plans and specifications to be seen at the Rev. John Davies', Penycae, and Tenders to be addressed to him on or before February 11th. They do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. RD. OWENS, Architect, 143b Liverpool. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of five HOUSES in Talbot-street, in the Borough of Wrexham, for Mr E. EVANS. Plans and specifications may lie inspected at my office on or after TI ESDAY next the 5th instant., be- tween thri hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.iii. Sealed tenders are to be delivered at my office on or before 12 o'clock on Saturday. 21ul instant. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily he accepted. ALFRED C. BAUGH, 3, Temple Row, Wrexham. February 1st, 273f TO B U I I. D E R S TENDERS are invited for the erection of a T 3Iinjstel" house, adjoining Bathafarn Chapel, Ruthin. Plans and specifications to be seen at Mr. T. H. Jones', Conwav House, Ruthin. Tenders to be sent to the Rev. W. H. Ev.ms, Llys Myfyr, Llanrwst, not later than the 21st- February next. 22fih STOCKTAKING SALE. BROWN, HOLMES, tt CO. bog to announce their Animal Stocktaking Sale will commence on FRIDAY, THF. 1ST OFFEBUCAKY, continue until Saturday, the 9th. A larger variety of Goods than usual will he offered, together with a (iiiantityof Soiled Table Linen, and Lace and Muslin Curtains. A number of remnants of Brussels Carpets will he included in the Sale. CHESTER, January 2(kh. 187S. Now Ready, crown vo.. cloth, with numerous Wood Engravings and Folding Plates, lis. (lJostage ,wI.) SLATE and SLATE QCARRYING (A Treatise on), SCIENTIFIC, PRACTICAL, and COM- MERCIAL. By?. C. DnTE", F.C.S., £ c. Crosby, Lnckwcod and (?o., 7, St?ioHers' -hali-conrt, London, E.c. -h Public and Legal Notices. WREXHAM INFIRMARY. THE ANNUAL B ALL, IN AID OF THE ABOVE INSTITUTION, WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, WYNNSTAY ARMS HOTEL, WREXHAM, ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, 1878, UNDER THE IMMEDIATE PATRONAGE OF fj. C. OWEN, ESQ., (MAYOR OF WREXHAM). SIR W. W. WYNN, BART, M.P. (the Patron of the Institution), LADY WILLIAMS WYNN. I HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER. i THE DUCHESS OF WEST- MINSTER. COL. COOPER, Commanding, and the Officers 23rd Brigade Depot. DR. DICKINSON, and the other Medical Officers of the Institution Patrons: ( Aspinall, Mr H. K. Beirne, Mr (ex-mayor) Burton, Mr John Bewsher, Rev. G. Chilton, Mr Clav n, -Mr Ctl?t?ffe, Sir R. A. Bart. II Davies, Dr. Edward Dixon, Mr Wm. Eyton-Jones, Dr. FitzHugh, Mr T. LI. Ford, Captain Minsliull Ffoulkes, Mr J. H. Godfrey, Captain Griffith-Boscawen Capt. Griffith, Mr N. R. Hill Trevor, Lord Edwin Hope, MrS. P. Humphreys, Mr Henry Hughes, Mr Allington Jones, Lieut-Colonel James, Mr John Jones, Mr W. H. Kenyon, The Hon Geo. T. Kenyon, The Hon. and Rev. Trevor Patronesses: Aspinall, Mrs H. K. Beirne, Mrs Burton, Mrs Bewsher, Mrs Chilton, Mrs Clayton, Mrs Ciiiiliffe, Lady Davies, Mrs Dixon, Mrs Eyton-Jones, iNIrs FitzHugh, Mrs Ford, Mrs Ffotilkes, Alrs Godfrey, Mrs Griffith-Boscawen, Mrs Griffith, Mrs Hill Trevor, Lady Edwin Hope, Alrq Humphreys, Mrs Hughes, Mrs Allington Jones, 1AIrs James, Miss Jones, Mrs W. H. Kenyon, Mrs G. T. Kenyon, Mrs Trevor Patrons: Leyland, Lieut.-Col. Nay- lor, Lees, Mr Harold Lester, Mr Lewis, Mr John Meredith, Mr H. W. Mesham, Captain Manisty, Dr. F. Ormerod, Mr Peter Owen, Captain Mostyn Peel, Mr Archibald Puleston, Rev. J. H. G. Swetenham, Mr Sykes, Mr John Sisson, Mr Townshend, General Tottenham, Colonel Townshend, Colonel Tench, Mr Whalley, Mr G. H., M.P. Williams, Dr. Edward Williams, Mr Llewelyn. M.B. Walwyn, Major Whieldon, Mr A. E. Walker, Mr Peter Webster, Mr R. C. Patronesses: ¡ Leyland, Mrs Naylor, Leeg, lfrg Lester, Mrs Lewis, Mrs Meredith, Mrs Mesham, Mrs Manisty, Mrs Ormerod, Mrs Owen, Miss Mostyn Peel, Lady Georgiana Puleston, Mrs Swetenham, the Misses Sykes, Mrs Sisson, Mrs Townshend, Mrs Tottenham, The Hon. Mrs Tench, Mrs Whalley, Mrs Williams, Mrs Williams, Mrs LIewdyn Walwyn, Mrs Whieldon, Mrs Walker, Mrs Webster, Mrs DANCING TO COMMENCE. AT NINE O'CLOCK. LADY'S TICKET, TEN SHILLINGS; GENTLEMAN'S TICKET, FIFTEEN SHILLINGS. TICKETS (for which early application is particularly requested) may be obtained from Messrs C. Bayley and Co., Mr J. F. Eilisbury, the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, and from R. W. J. EVANS, d238clif HON. SECRETARY. Business Announcements. CAUTION! BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS OF RECKITT'S PARIS BLUE. THE Marked Superiority of this LAUNDRY BLUE over all others, and the quick appreciation of its merits by the Public has been attended by the usual result, viz., a flood of imitations the merit of the latter mainly consists of the ingenuity exerted, not simply in imitating the square shape but making the general appearance of the wrappers resemble that of the genuine article. The Manufacturers beg therefore to caution all buyers to see "RECKITT'S PAUlS BLUE" on each packet. Sold in Penny Squares by all respectable Grocers, Oilmen, and Druggists. 857p WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELLERY. WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELLERY. WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELLERY. ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, FANCY GOODS, &c., &C., &c., SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, TO BE HAD IN GREAT VARIETY AT p. F R A S E R' S 42, HIGH STREET, W R E XH A M LARGE CLOCK OVER THE DOOR. PRIVATE ROOM FOR WEDDING RINGS. 2024n H OLKEP, AND CUDWORTH, GENERAL ENGINEERS. Having had considerable practical experience in the manufacture and repairing of LOCOMOTIVES, ENGINES, AND MA- CHINIST IN GENERAL, We tiTSL, by prompt attention to business, combined with good workmanship, to merit a are of public patronage. Estimates given for Millwrights' and General work. WORKS :â ADJOINING WHEATSHEAF STATION, ¡ WREXHAM. NURSERY STOCK. Y. gTRACHAN, SEED MERCHANT AND NURSERYMAN I HIGH STREET, WREXHAM, BECS to offer the finest selection of Standard and Dwarf Roses, Standard and Dwarf Fruit Trees, E-'ercreen and Flowering Shrubs jn great variety, also a large Stock of Larch. Spruce, and Scotch Firs, a-i.il many thousands of Quicks, and Privet. An early inspection invited at the RAILWAY STATION NURSERIES, WREXHAM. 2593p i SEEDS! SEEDS!! Y. STRACHAN, SEED MERCHANT AND NURSERYMAN, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM, offers the finest selections of KITCHEN AND FLOWER GARDEN SEEDS. An Illustrated Catalogue with prices on application. Early Orders Solicited. 1881i TO VISITORS. THE pENNY GUIDE TO WREXHAIII With full information of all objects of interest in the town, and excursions to GRESFORD WYNNSTAY HOLT MINERA BANGOR HOPE MOUNTAIN OVERTON CAERGVVRLE CASTI.E ERBISTOCK NANTYFFRITH RCARON AC., &c. Sold by all Booksellers. Published by Bayley <t Bradley, Advertiser Office. Hits the mark the author aims at, viz., to supply in as concise and complete a form as possible, informa- tion as to what thrre is to see in and around the town, and how to see it.Ostvestryii(Itet-tiser. In this little brochure, published by Messrs Bayley and Bradley, of Wrexham, visitors to the metropolis of North Wales will find a pleasant and reliable companion, who will conduct the m to all the places and objects of interest in the locality, and who will give a pleasant and concise description of each. âShrewsbury Chronicle. BALL AND EVENING DRESSES AT HALF PRICE. G EORGE H ENR-Y LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT STREET, LIVERPOOL, Have purchased from the best manufac- turer in London his entire stock of BALL AND EVENING DRESSES At the large discount of 50 per cent. The goods are perfectly fresh, bemg made for this season and comprise BLACK AND COLORED NET DRESSES G R E N A D IN E S, TULLES, TARLATANNES, trimmed Silk and Flowers, &e. The stock will be ready for sale on Monday next the 4th instant, and will be offered at this large reduction during the ensuing month MAKING With each Robe is Material and Trimming; for Bodice. G. H. Lee and Co. will during the month of February complete the making, finding all ths usual materials for Bodice at 7" bd each. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BAKNETT STREET, LIVERPOOL. 258e [CARD.] YJICHARD QLLERHEAD. AUCTIONEER, CHARLES-STREET, WREXHAM- 2112n DI KING THE .MONTH OF JANUARY. BROWN, HOLMES, & CO. .eg to announce that durinu' the month of .fanuarf they will offer the whole of their :t(it-k of .Mantles, Paletots. Costumes, Made- up Dresses, Skirts, Shawls and Furs, con- siderably reduced in price. < In the Silk Department a- variety of small checked an,1 striped Silks, together with a â tock of .Japanese Silks, have been marked very cheap. Their special makes of Plain Black and Colored Silks may be relied upon for purity, excellence of manufacture and durability, and have never before heen offered at such low rates. Patterns sent free by post. BRIDAL TROUSSEAUX. Indies selecting their Bridal Trousseaux will find every requisite in the various De- partments. Estimates given for complete outfits. SILK MERCERS TO HER MAJESTY AND H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. Cuester, January, 1878. 331 g STOCK TAKING SALE. I SELLING OFF AT REDUCED RATES. I HOSIERY, UMBRELLAS, GLOVES, RUGS, TIES, PORTMANTEAUS, SCARFS, MACINTOSH COATS,Ac. MUFFLERS, SILK & FELT HATS, WOOLLENS. REMNANTS AT HALF-PRICE. C D A V 1 E S, ,5S, HOPE STREET, I UTE 6. DAVIES AND SON. 212a CHARGES FOR POSTING BILLS ON "ADVERTISER" HOARDING, Station Road, Wrexham. S. D. I SHEET BILLS UP TO DOUBLE DEMY 0 ti 2 â Do. Do. I 0 3 â Do. Do. I t: I LARGE BILL FITTING CENTRE SQUARE 5 0 BILLS POSTED FOR A TERM AT SPECIAL RATES. BILLS PRINTED AT THE "ADVER. TISER" OFFICE, FREE. Any persons found Posting Bills without authority, or defacing any on the hoarding, will be PROSECUTED for IV spass. ADVERTISER OFFICE, WREXHAM. KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO STARCH. Now used in the largest laundries, Shirt and Collar Factories, and Bleach Works, &c, is pronounced to be SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. on account of its strength, superit.. finish, and entire freedom from acids. Awarded the First Prize Medal oil every occasion of Exhibition. Sold Retail in Wrexham by BENSON and Co., 14, High-street, and Wholesale by the Oswego Company, eU, UPPER THAMES STREET, LONDON, E.C., J. H. FAXON, Sole Agent for Great Britain. 1:124c Business Announcements. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR. TO THOSE INTENDING TO FURNISH, JAMES GERRARD, OF FOREGATE HOUSE, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER, Has the greatest pleasure to announce to the Public that he has jest completed the purchase of one of the LARGEST STOCKS OF FURNITURE, CARPETS, AND LOOKING GLASSES, He has ever had, SUITABLE FOR THE SEASON OF 1878. Every article i<.r the comfort and convenience of Housekeepers will be found at FOREGATE HOUSE, and i. J. G. having purchased in a falling market is now pre" pared to sell at far I LOWER PRICES THAN EVER. I DINING ROOM FURNITURE. DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE, BEDROOM FURNITURE9 LIBRARY FURNITURE, HALL AND STAIRCASE FURNITURE, BREAKFAST FOOM FURNITURE, NURSERY FURNITURE, KITCHEN FURNITURE, ALSO I IRON, EP..4SS, AND WOOD BEDSTEADS. FEATHER BEDS, ¡ SHEEn:, HAIR AND SPRING MATTRESSES, SHEETS, COUNTERPANES, PALLIASSES, WIRE MATTRESSES, "iVADl AND FLEECY BLANKETS, ALL KINDS OF BED AND WINDOW CURTAINS DIMITY CURTAINS, DAMASK CURTAINS, SEP CURTAINS. CHINTZ CURTAINS, IRETONNE CURTAINS. And every cfner Materiaftuitahle for Curtains. JAMES GERHARD having had such a very long experience at ihe trade can compete in price with either Liverpool, Manchester, or London. ES-IIMATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION. Carriage Pai 1 rn Parcels of Goods above £25 to any Railway "taÃm within 100 miles cf Chester. JAMES FLRRAtD, Foregate House, Chester, I' wishes to iismounce lhat he has paid particular at- â tention to the CAE PET TRADE, and has now on I hand an IMMENSE STOCK I OF C A I PETS II OR AT LONDON PRICES. ⢠NSW PATTERN T,tN3NG ROOM CARPETS, DRAWING ROOM CARPETS, BEDROOM CARPETS, BREAKFAST ROOM CARPETS, ALL AT LO WER PRICES THAN EVER. BRUSSELS CARPETS, KIDDERMINSTER CARPETS, TAPESTRY CARPETS, STAIR CARPETS, TURKEY CARPETS, THE FINEST IMPORTED. All Sizes. Estimates Given. JAMES GERRAF.D respectfully invites all buyer of Furniture and Carpets to make an inspection of his Stock before buying elsewhere. Foregate House, Foregate-s-treet, Ch<sitr, is the main street outside the Eastgate, where purchasers can see one of the Largest Stocks d Furniture in the Kingdom. J AMES GERRARD has added to his large Establish- ment ANOTHER SHOW ROOM, 150 FEET LOXG. FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RE-POLISHED. WINDOW FITTINGS, ROLLER AND PRIc; BLINDS C.F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, VENETIAN BLINDS In either Iron n W< ofL of all Colours. WINDOW CORNICES. CORNICE POLES. V.:n. -:htn BI'TI/IS Rer-aired and Repainted. of FLOOR CLOTHS AND MATTING For Kails. Fas-v^ ts, stairs, Lobhys, Landings, or Florins. i'JriTlS Fn iff LINOLEUM IN THE NEWEST PATTERNS. | FLIIAKS LIESJSXBSR TLIE .IORE" 1.. 5.. ¡-.I _1 .t. l'=:J\. tit. :) .sS- JAMES GERRARD, VVV;CLI;s4I>; CABINET MAKER FPHOLSTERER, 21, FOREGATE STREET, F c) R E G AT15 B O USE, C HESTER. LICF.NSED .HFA<;1:R ft VALUER TO THF. COURT OF PROBATE. VALUATIONS TAHF.N. kzjpnr Business Announcements. ROYAL WELSH SAUCE. UNSURPASSED FOR PIQUANCY, PURITY, FLAVOUR AND STRENGTH, IN 6D AND IS FOLI'L.ES. Superior to any other Contiin;e:!iaJ Relish at DCIBTE the price. WHOLESALE AT THE MANUFACTORY. RETAIL AT ALL GIROOEP.S, CONFECTIONERS AND ('JISMI.SV; SOLE PROPRIETORS £ MANUFAC- TURERS, R. EVANS & COMPY., WREXHAM. '1.1)., __l."q_, IMPORTANT TO FAKH !â¢& BY ROYAL APPOINTMENT. TO W TO?? HER MAJESTY ???- P<:[?TOf By special warrant, ea??a. v.' s, f,Y '< pe..?t dated Dec. 27, v-arrant dated 1865. Frh, D-Y, OX, AND IJEWJTT, Inventors and only Proprietors <â¢> the STOCK BREEDERS MKDP 3NE CHEST. For all DISORDERS in KORHT, CALVES, SHEEP, and In this chest are the following xcatchleas and >" t- renowned remedies, all that a fartee; can REQUIRE-'TO I cure disease amongst his stock, and koep them IN ti "M healthy, and buoyant condition :â The" Chemical Extract," f< r n'oHmfci, X-.v < 11 Udders, Arc. The Gaseous Fluid, for (jMcour, and de- bility. The Red Drpnch," for Cleansia^ â¢I.JO-.VA AND The RCd Paste Balls," for Conditioning Horses. The Gaseodyne," for Heavhu: â >; Paining. The Alcoholic Ether," for ColUs and hÃl". The Carminative Chalk," fox JCia.-rhtea IN I .NI I and Calves. Price of Chest complete, with +0 FA- los (id. Sent carriage pai(L Any article AN he had separately in boxes. Awarded "Certificate of hy the NUGEOA Agricultural Society of Victoria, Australia, SPRING ex- hibition, 1871: President's Medal, Spalding Sho-.V, July, 1872; Silver Medal, Manchester and Sa.!i'»il show, November, 1874; Silver Medal, PRESTON Agri- cultural Show, June, 1875; Silver Medal, iVorfcbai/iptcn- shire Agricultural Society, .Stamfnrrf Show, Septem- ber, 1875; Silver Medal, Cheuhice AgricrHc at Society, Crewe Show, September, 1875 Specie National Agricultural Society of Victoria, Australia, Spring Exhibition, November, 1875; Medal, Cheshi.E Agricultural Society, Chester Show. September, II-Tri; Silver Medal, South African Exhibition, Cape To ,N, 18,/ and SHver Medal, Northumberland AgricuJtetal Society, Newcastle-on-Tyne, August, ?77. Th?e important inventions h?es-ond the TEST (IF I time and are the Fanner's True F: ;jrl and GUIDE in all his Cattle Diseases. CAUTION.âBeteare of lm* pried 'niiiaiicui, ,i.. It that the name of DAY, SON, >J KWIT7 V» en ULL Bottles and Packets. DAY, SOX, AND ||EWIYT, ;:2, DORSET-STREET, BA2ISP.-STR LONDON, AND WANTA' ⢠I' 3I:RKFL. ESTABLISHED K;I. THE TEA TRADE. â¢4, HIGH S'lJvjLiST, V/REXKAM. THE present Season's arrivals of TEAS from China are again cxcetoingly large, while the excellent quality OF years is fully maintained. The MOST deliw.IT taste of connoisseurs will be gsaiiiktl by the superior character of some of the INDIAN TEAS which have arrived, reseinl :i-IG the ,-1.1 CHOICE KAISOWâSO highly appreciated ty consumers of the finer classes of TEA. The unparalleled success which has marked the progress of our business from year to year is the result of our practical KNOWLEDGE of TEA, and of the exercise of pioper CATE in the selection of Stock, which enables us sell TEAS and COFFEES of >np« :R,R quality at moderate prices. We tender our sincere thanks to out numer- ous customers for their constant-y :< reasij!G support and extensive recommendation and they may rest assured that all orders en- trusted to us will continue to have (fr prompt attention. The following qualities are WELL worth special notice: s. d- Strong Kaisow Congou, refreshing, pun- gent. 1 X Fine Kaisow Congou, a choice mix- 2 0 Delicious Breakfast Congou. is a perfect Tea of great strength 2 4 Choice Moiling Congou. This is a ten. c-F sterling quality. » n Finest Moning Congou. We especialjy commend this high-class Ten 2 1\1 Finest Lapsang Souchong, unsurpassed at the price 3 II Finest Kaisow Congou, a family mix- ture of tine Teas, choicely blended,' rich in ;{ The Finest Mixture of Teas that can be produced. This is the prince of Teas ti A CHOICE AND SELECT STO'K OJ'' FRENCH. ITALIAN, AND COLONIAL GOODS. DELIVERY OF GOODS C, K. B. iv Co. deliver all Orders Free of Charge by their own vans or by carrier, or carriage paill DO the nearest railway station. ORDERS per post, earner, or -â¢st-ng.-r will have immediate attention. HOURS OF BUSINESS. C. K. B. it Co s Stores are opened at S.O a.«>. ami closed at 7 p.m. On Thursdays it ::0 p.m., and 011 .-Saturdays at 10.30 p.iii. N.B.â They will be entirely closed 01 the Four days set as Bank Holiday. C. K. BENSON & Co., FAMILY GROCERS, 14, HIGH STRPPT, I ffiftene WREXHAM.