'7 PEE CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES OF THE LADIES' CO-OPERATIVE SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, (LIMITED,) 'INCORPORATED UNDER ACT OF PARLIAMENT, Whereby Shareholders do not incur any further liability whatsoever after payment of the < £ 1 per sha/re clue on allotment. REGISTERED CAPITAL, £ 100,000. Issue of 50,000 Preference Shares oftl each, to be paid up in full on Allotment, bearing a Preferential Dividend at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum. Committee of Management. MRS. BELL, MRS. BECK, MISS IDA BYERS, MRS. BOUILLON, MRS. FRASER, V MRS. HALL, MRS. ORWIN, MRS. PERCY, MRS. POOLE, MRS. RAINS, MRS. THOMAS, MISS GERTRUDE WHYTE. (By the constitution of the Association power is given to add Gentlemen to the Committee of Manage- ment.) Secretary—MES. BENNETT. Assistant Secretary—MES. GEANVILLE. Provincial Superintendent-MRS. DOMERGUE. Registered Offices-S, Regent-street, London, W. PROSPECTUS. SEVERAL Co-operative Societies have been k3 successfully introduced, specially to benefit particular Classes and Professions, and it has been considered a matter of surprise that a Ladies' Society has not been established for their especial benefit To meet this long-felt want The Ladies' Co-operative Supply Association has been duly incorporated pursuant to Act of Parliament, for the purpose of supplying Ladies, upon the Co-operative System, with all kinds of articles of domestic consumption and general use. All goods will be supplied by the Association at a very moderate increase on the actual cost price, by which it is estimated that Shareholders will on the average save at least 20 per cent, on their purchases. Shareholders RESIDENT IN THE COUNTRY will have their orders promptly executed, and the Goods forwarded to them. So far as practicable, Superintendents of the several Departments, and the Staff of experienced Assistants will consist of Ladies, thereby providing another opening for Female employment, a subject which has for some time past been under the consideration of a large portion of the community. A very celebrated man says, "Society is to be reconstructed on the subject of woman's toil. A vast majority of those who would have woman industrious shut her up to a few kinds of work. My judgment in this matter is, that a woman has a right to do anything she can do well. It is said, if woman is given such opportunities, she will occupy places that might be taken by men. I say, if she have more skill and adaptness for any position than a man has, let her have it! She has as much right to her bread, to her apparel, and to her home,, as men have. I demand that no one hedge up her pathway to a livelihood." The Association have in view extensive Premises situate at the West End, which are most eligible for carrying on its business. A Special Department will be set apart for the reception and Sale of Oil Paintings, Water-colour Drawings, all kinds of Art, fancy, and plain Needlework, executed by Lady Shareholders. On all sales effected only a small commission will be charged. In connection with the Association, it is proposed to establish a School of Cookery, under the manage- ment of Miss C. H. Prichard, who holds a 1st Class Diploma, and Certificate from the South Kensington School of Cookery; also 1st Class Certificate in Cookery from the Society of Arts. Lady Shareholders would be entitled to lessons in Cookery upon specially advantageous terms. For the convenience of Shareholders, suitable Rooms for Refreshment, Reading, Writing, &c., will be provided, and a Register will be kept of the names of English and Foreign Professors, Governesses, and Tutors, House-keepers, Lady-Helps, Domestic Ser- vants &c., seeking engagement. The great success attending similar Associations is well-known; in the case of one Co-operative Society, qn mn s?n Z li18 USUai benefits conferred upon its 30,000 Shareholders and Ticket Holders, it recently XmL divide amongst its shareholders nearly = £ 100,000 of surplus profits. The turnover of the Society referred to is upwards of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Pounds per annum. According to the evidence given before a Select Committee of the House of Commons, the shares of one Co-operative Society which originally cost X2 each, are now worth between .£70 and .£100 each. For the present issue of Preference Shares (bearing a Preferential Dividend of 7 per cent. per annum) applications (in writing, or on the Form attached hereto) are invited from Ladies and Gentlemen resident in any part of the Kingdom, or elsewhere, the Association being desirous of having a numerous and extended Proprietary. SOME OF THE PROPOSED DEPARTMENTS OF THE ASSOCIATION, VIZ:- Groceries and Provisions, Fruit, Poultry, Dairy Produce, Fancy Goods, Ormolu, Glass, China, Brushes and Combs, Baskets, Perfumery, Boots and Shoes, Furniture, Carpets, Turnery, Bedding, Sewing Machines, Leather Goods, India-rubber and Water- proof Goods, Pianos and Harmoniums, Miscellaneous Musical Instruments, Music, Electro-plate, Jewellery, Clocks, Watches, Cutlery, Drugs, Toys, Optical Instruments, Parasols, Umbrellas, Perambulators, Photography, Colouring of Photographs, Artists' Colours, Artists' Materials, Books, Stationery, Domestic Machinery, Gloves, Hosiery, General Drapery, Baby Linen, Shawls, Millinery, Ribbons, r eaters, Flowers, Furs, Lace, Moire Antique, Satins, Silks, Velvets, Fancy Dress Materials, English, Scotch, and Irish Homespuns, French and Saxon Wooden Materials, Velvet and Fancy Costumes, Bridal Dresses, Bridesmaids' Attire, Court Robes Reception Dresses, Evening Toilettes,Dinner Dresses Walking Dresses, Mantles, Opera Cloaks, Robes de Chambre, Carriage Dresses, Habits, Special- Depart- ment for the Handiwork of Shareholders, &c., &c., &c. Ladies seeking employment, and competent to fill any position in either of the poposed Departments, are invited to send m written applications addressed to the Secretary. APP|ica4ion ^or may be made in writing in the following words, viz.:— To the Ladies' Co-Operative Supply Association, Limited. Slii rp? nfS| ithat vy°? will allot to me.Preference 7 ° 4. 1 each' Scaring a Preferential Dividend of ^,ANNUM'LN THE LADIES' CO-OPERATIVE SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, LIMITED, and I agree to accept suen Shares, and to pay the full amount of One Pound per Share uhereon on allotment, thereby freeing me from any further liability. B Name in full. Profession or Occupation (if any) Address in full. .9 t, I. II Date EIGHT PER CENT. DEBENTURE STOCK. Issue ofX25,000 Debenture Stock of the Ladies' Co- operative Supply Association, Limited, in sums of < £ 5 £ 10; £ 20; £ 50; < £ 100; and < £ 500 each, bearing interest at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, viz :-On the 1st January, 1st March, 1st June, and 1st September in each year. The debentures are issued for a term of one, two, or three years, at the option of the applicant. ::Applications for any of these debentures may be made in writing, in the following words, viz. To the Ladies' Co-operative Supply Association, Limited. T ..8, Regent-street, London. I request that you will allot to me £ 0f the 8 per cent. Debenture Stock, and I hereby aeree s'ook't0 «• -33S Name in full Address in full Period of Debenture (say if required for 1 2 or 3 years) Date The Association is duly incorporated pursuant to Act of Parliament, and is registered with an Authorised Share Capital of £ 100,000. The present Committee of Management are MRS. BELL, MRS. BECK, MISS IDA BYERS, MRS. BOUILLON, MRS. FRAZEJ. MRS. HALL, MRS. ORWIN, MRS. PERCY, MRS. POOLS, MRS. RAINS, MRS. ORWIN, MRS. PERCY, MRS. POOLS, MRS. RAINS, MRS. THOMAS, MISS GERTRUDE WHYTE. By order, Secretary. i^ANVUVLK, Assistant Secretary. Registered Offices—8, Regent-st., London, W. (684) I" .1111 1.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE FOR MARCH. Ruabon, Llangollen, Corwen, Bala, Dolgelley, & Barmouth. —— •: — SUNDAYS. 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 p 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 12 3FT2~P LYS DOWN. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. P>IN- P,M- P,M- P-M- p.m. a.m. a.M P M 8 0 9 50 1 30 2 45 „ F 2 7 0 9 55 4 15 10 40 6 5 ™FAIR- 8 7 9 57 1 40 2 52 F 7 7 7 j I0 47 6 I2 Trevor 8 11 10 1 1 50 2 56 P 411 7 11 10 51 6 16 LLANGOLLEN 8 25 10 12 2 0 3c23 §> 4 20 7 20 10 20' 4 45 11 0 6 25 Berwyn 8 35 10 17 3 28-3 4 27 7 27 j N 7 « 30 Glyndyfrdwy 8.45 10 26 3 37 436 ••• 7 36 10 35; N I« A 42 Carrog 8 53 10 32 3 42 "§ 3 4 44 7 44 N», £ 6 55 9 0 10 41! 3 50 S^ 5 0 8 10 10 50 e""o 11 31 6 56 Cynwyd 7 0 10 46^ 8 16 D B 0 Llandrillo 7 10 10 53 S10 5 12 8 23 Llandderfel 7 18 11 0 5 19 8 30 7 3L 11 11 4 5 30 8 40 7"'0 Llanuwchllyn. 7 40 11 21 5 39 Drvra-y-nant 7 55 11 35 5 51 | Bont-newydd. 8 4 11 46 £ 6 1 Dolgelley 8 is! 11 55 • H 6 10 R-N Barmouth 9 30i 12 40 A 6 501 0 V TJP 12P12312P 123 12312312 3, 12 3+ 1 2 3"T2~p"l 2 3IL2PL «T™th a9« p-.m- p3m6h" Tm p'.m' "m- BONT-NEWYDD" 134 10F30 IH J 6 40 DRWS-Y-NANT 8 M | EG LLANUWCHLLYN 9 0 NT G -• 4 20 7 15 6 59 LLANDDERFEL "[ [[[ 930 I!! 1122 I' .4 38, 7 37I 737 Cynwyd.°^ 9 36 "F28. 4 55 7 SI "• •" Jg G™ 6 53 "• 9 t }} S 255, J 8 15 I!; I! 9 25 4 50 8 5 Glyndyfrdwy 6 59 i': 9 58 32 1 | Z 5 16 Ill Z Z. 9 38 5 *1 S 20 LLTNGOLLEN 7 15 8 45 10 14 l| 20 I 23. 5 33 | 50 9 g 5 20 I 37 Pip III? 11 If* z 9 0 }0%52 if71% EUABON ARR- 7 36I 9 7110 36 12 42 3 45 5 55 G'LOL 10 17 5 42 9 0 *Will call to set down Passengers from Stations South of Birmingham inclusive, or to pick up passeng-ers for Stations tStops when required to for Main Line Stations only. *Mail.
THE TRANSVAAL LAND AGENCY FOR GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. (Est. 1877 ) SPLENDID ESTATES &FARMS for Sale, comprising nearly ONE MILLION ACEES, at 1/9 & upwards per acre, FREE OF RENT FOR EVER. PASSAGE FREE by ROYAL MAIL STEAMESS. For particulars respecting Plans &Prices &c apply personally oi■to"letter (enclosing stamped directed eiW lope to H. TV. DONNELLY, Esq., Head Agent and Manae-pr HEAD OFFICES 30, COLLEGE GREEN DUBLIN A GENTS in respectable positions engaged in the Land & House Agency business, &c., Wanted in all the chief towns in Gt. Britain., PATTERNS of NEW SILKS or Dress Goods Post Free. SILKS from I to 20 Gs. Fancy Dresses 7/6 to 5 Ga. Writ^-hto D. NICHOLSON & Co., 50 to 53, St. Paul's • Church Yard, London. E.O. Established 1813. WALKER's CRYSTAL CASE WATCHES Pari! is!|7e!7Per|edinS.o1i0t^ers- Medals, London, 1862, Paris, 1867. £ 3 3s. Gold from £ 6 6s. 77, Cornhill,E O. 230, Regent-st., W. & 76, Strand, W. C. Descriptive Pamphlet free. SA-FTDS, Best and Cheapest SAFEGUARD against FIRE and THIEVES. Piicenix Safe Works, Liverpool. ]VOTICE.—Tlie CHEAPEST CARPETS •RAV i F1001 coverings of all kinds. w 2f> O^o^-street, 1 and 2- Eathhone-place, .London, w.f and at Liverpool. TQEDSTEADS, BEDDING & FURNISH- Value for cash only.—RAY and riT i -m-0' 1 Oxford-street, 1 and 2, Rathbone-place, London. W., and at Liverpool. KILTING YOUR OWN MATERIAL BEAUTI- fully Kilted by E. M. Watkins' celebrated BY process, in any fabric, old or new, the light- est silk or the heaviest serge,from halfpenny Qi HPTl A TVT per yard- Samples sent free. Parcels sent by xrx. Post or Rail returned same day as received. m Myra and the Queen recommend. ii.M. WATKIN S' Inexpensive Mourning Warehouse, 3,Nor- ton Folgate, Bishopsgate Street; and Office for Kilting only, 9, Gt. Portland St., Oxford St. (Cut this out for future reference) 13ERAMBTJLATORS. Simpson, Fawcett & Co., Manufacturers, Leeds, Established 1859. Specialities, workmanship, and price moderate. PERAMBULATORS all bear their name & Trade Mark. J)'A R C Y's DUBLIN STOUT. Specially suitable for INVALIDS, being guaranteed to be brewed from MALT AND HOPS ONLY. ANCHOR BREWERY, DUBLIN. (Largest Brewery in Ireland but one). SIR W. A. ROSE'S "HASP BSAKD" T IGHTHOUSE COLZA OIL. Tr T, 4 I T> .Q SIR W. A. ROSE & Co., Merchants &Refiners of all kinds of Burning & Lubricating Oils PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICATION. Offices, 66, Upper Thames Street, London, E.C. B U I L D ERS, ME ROHANT S.- BRICKS, CEMENT, n-FWEVD Ar°X^SV.KA;iSrG;ES' GUTTERS, KAILS. GRENERAL IROA MONGERY & IROK FOUNDRY GOODS. x> a, ASHTON AJND GREEN, Limited, Bury Street, St. Mary Axe, London, E.C., Bristol & Dublin. Fnce Lists on Application. VOWEL WASHING MACHINES. Wringers, Mangles, Chaff Cutters, Corn Crushers. PRICE jChurns, New Butter Workers, Cinder Sifters, Cas^ LISTS stands Bone Mills, Knife Cleaners, and every POST J"6<iuisite f or the House, Dairy, Stable, Laundry, and PJ JTTJI i^0,K&ardTn- T- Br.adford & Co., 110 to li3, High IHolborn, London, and at Manchester and Liverpool. CLEANLINESS. J^IXEY's—Refined JgLACK LEAD. GA UTION-There are several spurious imitations. Now Ready, and may be had post free for one stamp. Edition of G. H. Proctor's pamphlet on T?, E D PERUVIAN BARK AS A CURE FOR INTEMPERANCE GEORGE^f PRO^O?0-^1^ A £ D A^O^TIVE. irl. 1ROGIOR, o6, Dean Street, Ne~wcastle-on-Tyne. L EFT 0 F F C LOT H I N G. WANTED FOR EXPORTATION. TEFT OFF CLOTHING, -■ FURNITURE, OLD CHINA, JEWELLERY, PLATE, GUNS, DIAMONDS, PIANOS, PICTURES, And all other descriptions of Property BOUGHT FOR CASH. P. O. O. remitted to country Families immediately upon receipt of Goods for which carriage is paid. Wines and opines Bougnt. Cellars cleared. -rrr v WARRANTS BOUGHT. A e buy Goods for Shipping, therefore we can give a good value for them. All Parcels from town or country receive prompt attention. Moneys Orders returned same day. Apply to F. J. FOGHILL & CO., 3, Crfiven Street, Strand, LONDON, W.C FAMILIES WAITED UPON. mRAVELLERS WANTED calling upon _IL Ironmongers, Upholsterers, Bazaars, &c., for the Sale of a new invention used in every house. £5 per week easily made. h all particulars sent on receipt of stamp. W. N. WORSSAM & lo^Lrags W orks, Barrett's Grove, Stoke Newington, London. A BEilDEEN GRANITE MONUMENTS, from £ 5, carriage paid. Inscriptions accurate and beau- iral. an d pricesirom John W. Legge,Sculptor,Aberdeen. -Lu LINE is stroii, Patent piano-wre PICTURE LINE is strong, safe, and are not impared by Ion", dSe. WETHERED's Patent BLIND FURNI- TmEisthesiinpIestajiJbest. It fastens automatically. ryURRALL's Patent- VENTILATORS secure a regular supply of fresh air without draught at a P. „ very small cost. ATENT BOOK-SHELF FITTINGS are economical of space and extremely easy of adjustment. Sold by all Ironmongers. Wholesale by WILLIAM TONKS & SONS, Birmingham, ot whom Illustrauions and particulars may be obtained. (670) (^ew & Second-hand) Carpets. bedsteads, bedding, blankets, quilts, counterpanes, sheet- Papers, billiard tables, pianos, music, boots & shoes at prices never before offered. The vast Stocks should be seen All goods warranted^ packed & delivered free. New illustrated ^-n?J1SArgratlS- MAINE'S, 131 to 139, NBWWGTOH BijTTS^ife NATIOKAI SUPPIY STOBES, Crampton ST., LONDON I s S CHINA & INDIAN TEAS. Under Prices, China, 2/ Indian, 2/6. 1-lb samnles free fox 9 & 11 stamps. T. Foster &Co„ 45, Cheanside X^OSTER's WINES&SPIRITS for CASK Co-operative prices, i doz. carriage paid to all country rail stations. Pnce lists post free. T. Foster &Co.,45 Chean«irl7 THE NEW rjIHE NEW WINDOWBLINDs! "EMPIRE" ,112-Alitt';rent c°lours- Far surpass any material hitherto employed. May be adapted to "WINDOW ,OTT, existing rollers. AVERYfeCO;, 81, Great Portland St.,London, W. BLINDS, fakers of Inside & Outside Blinds of every des- —— Iciiption.—Illustrated price list & patterns free THE TEMPORARY ADDRESS of the fine Teas'" fr?™ CIAw^ Im.P°rfce^ of truly pure and V4T)n n P? J11^ and China, is 2, FRENCH HORN- of reco^^dC^tnrirrrlar-S' E c-, cliemis<:s. Confectioners, &e., whe?e P 2H^n+d-lng -ln a?y town of the United Kingdom Agents? weilf^°etawit" WisWng t0 become WA TCHE S, Watches.—Midland Counties return edift £ ^0mptny- (Cheapest house in the world,) Money Flaf i n0i5 aPProved of. Gentlemen's Fine Silver Ladies'!V?, >^eavJ °ased, Superior Movements, 25/ Ladies' °^' ri0'i handsomely engraved cases, 25/ hi"hlv £ rdsbed S-e Levers exquisitely chased cases, Orderamvahlp' I wfj W^ed 1S?vS?len^s'70/ Cheques, P.O. Testimonials and price lists post free on application. BOILERS. Vertical Steam BOILERS. ABBOTT 'RNSTTR0K PR PRO^?SS- APP!J' & op, Engineers. Newark-on-Trent. TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. XTY.ARCHER& Co.'s "GOLDEN BIRDSEYE" Golilen Packet Tobaccos'' cut from the finest selected A Growth and of exquisite Fragranoe. ANT PLANT" Cigarettes &Tobacco, equal, if no'tsupe- 2 rti other well-known brands & much lower in Price The best Tobacco made. Manufactory, 170 & 172, Boro\ London S E CLOG SOLES. WOODEN SHOE SOLES. F PREVENT COLD FEET. ^nnest, dryest, and cheapest article in use for the feet, suitable for all classes of workpeople and others exposed to OTorr Pe AEERS, SHOEMAKERS, For prices, &c„ apply to MERSEY WOOD-WORKING Co Limited, Clog Sole Factory, BOOTLE, LIVERPOOL JimROD's .CURE for ASTHMA, Catarrh, wire him°olfw?Sp' &c" &c- /rl,e Discoverer of Himrod's at Gt.Britain Sons,37,Newgate St.,London. i- pm7 n^iGRl\VEIT;- Geok«e's Pile & Gravel for 15 &3gstampsfromJ. E.George, Mip s ll9ail, n™ BRITISH COLTIQFOFHEAMW^' Euston Road, London. ]\rORISON's VEGETABLE UNIVER i-TA SAL MEDICINES. Read the report for'1880 HYGEIAN ALMANAC which with the Medfcines can bp obtained from all Chemists and Druggists. 8 can °e MRS. ["POSITIVELY Cure all Female Complaints, Leucorrhoeal & other discharees FEMALE & instantly relieve those distressing bearing down TYT 7Q Palns- Boxes W- 2/9. of Chemists, &c„ or14 o? PILLb. S4 Stamps. 60, Blackwell Street, Kidderminster AMERICAN PRACTICE absolutely Cures Chronic Diseases and Nervous Debility, resulting from overtaxed powers. Evidences containing hints of great value sent free. Address Murray Hill Publishing Co., 129, East 28th Street, New York, U.S.A. Post8,ge on American Letters, sjd HAIR DESTROYER.—ALEXTTLMS^ DEPILATORY removes superfluous hair from the face & arms without effect to the skin, 3/6; sent by post secretly pack- ed for 54 stps. Had of Chemists. 21,Lamb's Conduit St.,London. EOSALIE CO UPELLE'S PURE LIQUID INSTANTANEOUS HAIR DYE l^OR producing any required shade, from Light i Auburn to Jet Black, in three minutes, so beauti- fully perfect as to defy detection by the closest observer. It is a clear, innoxious, agreeable fluid, which can be applied with the greatest ease does not stain the skin is permanent in effect; and has been pronounced unexceptionable by all who have used it. This Dye has been analysed by two eminent pro- fessors of chemistry; aud is not only recommended, but 1tsed by several eminent medical men, who have un;foriri!y testified as to its superiority and perfect freedom from any injurious quality. Sold at 2s. 6d. per oottle.by H. Jones, Castle-street. Llangollen. (569) CAPE of GOOD HOPE, NATAL, & EAST AFRICAN STEAMERS. The UNION S. S. Co.'s MAIL PACKETS sail from SOUTHAMPTON every alternate Thursday, and direct Algoa Bay and Natal Steamers every fourth Friday leaving Plymouth the next day. Apply at tha Company's Offices, Oriental Place. Southampton, or 11, Leadenhall Street, London. XT O! for America.—Join otir Colony in Virgin- ,ia- Don't go to "Western States. Send immediately for free illustrated price catalogue. J.F.MANCHA, Claremont, Virginia. TJAKER & CRISP's NEW and CHEAP -DRESS FABRICS. WASHING FABRICSextraordinaiy from 6d. per yard. All the New Textiles from 6d. per yard. Patterns Free.—198, REGENT STREET, LONDON, W. 1 OOO DOZEN KID GLOVES Extraor- r dinary. Best Alpine 2 Button Kid, 3 pairs 3/3 free for Stamps. Ladies' Chamois Washing Leather Gloves, a luxury for Country wear, free for 20 Stamps. BAKER & CRISP, 198, Regent Street, London, W. 1 OOO DOZEN REAL SHETLAND SHAWLS, all colours, 2 yards square. Post free for Stamps, 2/3. lOOO dozen ICE WOOL SQUARES, 20 inch 1/4; 28 inch 2/3; 34 inch 3/11; all colours, free for stamps. BAKER & CRISP, 198, Regent Street, London, W. SPRING DRESS MATERIALS. Colored Cashmeres, French Beiges, Vecunas, Pompadours, & all PAT- the latest productions of the French & English Markets TERNS to 3/11 yd. BLACK CASHMERES, surpassing -POST ^P'thing introduced for perfection of color&durability, 1 46 & 48 inches 1/3 to 5/6 yd. Silks, Satins, Velvets & Vel- ■FREE, veteens. George Newell &Co„ 217, Oxford St., London,W. jyrc KINSAN DJONES' SPANISH KID GLOVES are unequalled for wear, Every pair guaranteed. In all colours with 3 Buttons at 2/7 per pair, with 6 and 12 Buttons for wear' and Black, 3/10,& 5/7 per pair, free by post. HANOVER HOUSE, REGENT ST., LONDON, W. WONSTER SALE of PAPERHANGINGS dr 8' yi^oria Street, Bristol. One of the largest stocks in jbmgland. A million pieces to clear. Retiring from business, lhe business to be disposed of. 100,000 pieces at £ 3 17s. 6d. per ream of 480 pieces. 200,000 pieces of white pulps at £ 5 17s. 6d. AU others equally low. Patterns sent free of any quality. Any number of pieces supplied. T. C. STOCK, Proprietor. Architects, Waterworks & Sanitary Engineers, Plumbers, Builders and others. -o T TYLOR & SONS' ILLUSTRATED • CATALOGUE FOR 1880 is now ready, containing and 1'000 illustrations of SANITARY AND WATER SUPPLY APPLIANCES. Water Closets Lavatories, Baths, Cocks, and Valves, Waste preventing and Waterworks fittings, Water Meters, Plumbers' Brasswork. „ Apply to J. TYLOR & SONS, MANUFACTURERS, 2, NEWGATE STREET, LONDON, E.la W A Y G O O D & COT; ENGINEERS, Falmouth Road, Great Dover Street, London, S.E. LIFTS. GULLIVER'S VALE OP AYLESBURY 5T~ ^1IVTINERAL WATERS. PUREST &1.2g ^,S in the UNITED KINGDOM, see Analysis. 31 2 s One doz. assorted sample case free to any Rail Station for p. p.p.or stps.5/2/-allowed returned case&bottles. "in]VERY GROCER should keep tlie GRO- CERS' PACKET TEAS. Always command a large sale 'Wherever introduced. Valuable Books. Wholesale only of Hill, Maynard & Co., Vine St., America Sq., London, E.C. REA, NEALE & BOURNE'S (Birmingham) T3ATENT NO-CORK" OU Bottle, Clean! Useful! Economical! Never requires a Cork! Saves time, temper & oil! Sold by all respectable Ironmongers & Oilmen. RAS S,REED, STRING, & DRUM &FIFE BANDS, PIANOFORTES, & HARMONIUMS at Whole- sale Pi-ices at J. MOORE'S, Buxton Rd., Huddersfield. Prices with drawings of every Instrument post free. Music for any kind of Band. Bamdmen's Caps. Patronized by Army, Navy, & Rifle Corps, Second-hand Instruments bought or taken in Exchange. "DILLIARD BALLS, Chalks, Cues, & Tips at -—— HENNIGBROS., Ivory Works, 11, HighSt.,London, W.O. Cheapesthousein thetradefor Billiard tablerequisitesandivory goods m general. Old Balls adjusted or exchanged and tables re-covered. Price Lists on application. Established 1862. "L A B R ILL ANT I N E," METALLIC POWDER, for cleaning & polishing metals ?)ra,f1s)>18 used by the Life, Horse, & Dragoon Guards, the Fire Brigades, &c. Sold everywhere in 6d. & 1/- boxes. Propri- etors, J. F. BAUMGARTNER & Co, 22 Newman St.London, W. £ 25 OOO DOWN TO £ 20 DRAWN PTI V ^? EVERY MONTH in Bonuses, guaran- teed by Government and paid in Cash. Every Share a chance to obtain a Bonus. One share £ 1, Six shares £ 5. Particulars free. Apply to the Agency for Public Funds (Geneva), 33, Abchurch Lane, Lombard Street, London, E C TFLORAGE at. WHOLESALE PRICES TO CONSUMERS. &c., Sold on Commission. ATT £ n Bankers: Ransom, Bouverie & Co. -a-LiXi <5 Uo., PARK LANE. LONDON, W. rilO MOTHERS S UCKLING,witli deficiency ■, 1'ALMA CHRISTI is invaluable, and NEVER FAILS to promote a supplil. Bottles 2/9 and 4/6. J.. GREENISH, 20, New Street, Dorset Square, London Order of your Druggist. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER RRIHOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS purify the foulest blood, & remove every disease of the sto- mach, liver, & kidneys. Pure blood gives health. Thousands have been cured by these wonderful Pills whose diseases could not be reached by any other medicine.Sold by all Chemists in boxes, 1/li & 2/9; or from the establishment, 44, Oxford-st., Swansea, for 15 or 35 stamps. All sufferers are highly recommended to try them. A GOOD COMPLEXION is Ensured by the daily use of Oottman's White Prepared Fuller's Earth. Does not Choke the pores of the Skin, Invaluable to protect the Skin of Infants, Contains no Bismuth, Zinc, Magnesia, or Chalk. PostFree for 14 Stamps. H. Cottman. Chemist, Sydenham. WORN OUT SILVER PLATED ARTICLES also Copper, Brass, &c., replated equal to new by PLATING PASTE. One Simple application leaving a coating of pure silver. Post free, 20 Stanton, 4, High St., New Thorilton-heath, Surrey. £ 020 ANNUAL PROFIT from ONE ACRE of LAND, and £ 175 ner A.TITIIITO FMM THREE GLASS HOUSES — See MULTU7M-IN-PARVO GARDENING, By SAMUEL WOOD, Author of'' Good Gar- dening Third Edition, revised. Crown 8vo cloth, with illustra- tions, 2 (post free, 26 stamps).—" Should be read by all who contemplate growing for Market and profit."—farmer. Crosby Lockwood & Co., 7, Stationers'-hall-court London, E.O. *Y\^HO'S YOUR LAWYER? I haven't re- vT. quired one since I bought of Crosby Lockwood & Co., I' ^tatwners'-haU-co!irt, E.G., a copy of EVERY MAN'S OW1? vk-tt'°y a Barrister, price 6/8 (post free, 86 Stamps), which has been repaid to me 20 times over in the saving oi A^er? A complete and thoroughly intelligible epitome of the laws of this country."—Bell's Life. IVrR- SPURGEON, in Sword and Trowel," "T, says: "The straight, turned-up, turned-down and oblique pointed PENS of MACNIVEN & CAMERON are marvellously good. It is a pleasure to write with, them 6d. and 1/- per box, at all Stationers'. c.ome as a t>oon and a blessing to men, The Pickwick, the Owl, and the Waverley Pen." „ J>ox of aH the kinds assorted, by post 1/1.— MACNIVEN & CAMERON, 24 to 33, Blkir St Edinburgh, Penmakers to her Majesty's Government Offices, Est. Mo. rpo CLOTHIERS, HATTERS & DRAPERS. to 0f Wholesale Clothiers who make Garments re pPen to appoint a few more AGENTS. Apply in first instance to S.B.H., care of Bean>Webley & Co-34 St. Mary-at-Hill, London, E.C. A GENTS WANTED for a novelty .-Sample ~:14 stamps.—Lehfeldt Bros. & Co., 15. HolbornViaduct.TS.fl A FAIR SKIN AND LOVELY COMPLEXION insured by the use of MADAME ROSALIE COUPELLE'S EAU DE PARADIS, the only certain remedy for skin diseases yet brought before the public. It is largely prescribed and used by the faculty, and whilst it permanently eradicates tan, sallowness, pimples, freckles, small pox marks, roughness, and effectually removes discolourations, it is perfectly innocuous to the skin itself. One trial will convince tho most sceptical of its marvellous effects. There are many unprincipled and trashy imitations of the above, and the public are therefore warned that none is genuine unless bearing the signature Rosalie Coupelle," to imitate which is forgery. Price 2s. 6d., 43. 6d., and lis. per bottle, through all Chemists. Sold by H. Jones, Castle Street, Llangollen. (679) (679) THE GREAT BLOOD PURITTIER.-THOMP- SON'S BUKDOGK I ILLS purify the foulest blood, and KW J every Disease of Stomach, Liver, and Kidneys. Pure blood gives health. Thousands have been cured by these wonderful Pills whose diseases could not be reached by any other medicine. Tor rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back, scurvy, bad legs, wounds or white swellings, scrofula or king's evil, cancers, pimples and blotches on the face and body, swelled feet or legs, erysipelas, jaundice, dropsy. S!it reri Mls' /n boxes at Is- lid., and 2s. 9d. each. Sold by all Chemists, or from the Pill Manufactory, 44, Oxford* street, Swansea. "IITONEY." JUST PUBLISHED, 1/. -J-YJL" BUSINESS," new edition, ONE SHILIING 1 "MORALITY," OJTJ! SHILLING S&. Piatt, of 78, St. Martin's Lane, London W C will send a copy of any one of the »bore nn^t fiii Ofl/-in stamps.-sLuld be in every tradesman's iib?Jv P TEMIMA, 3/6; & WONHY WAITING 4/6 W03IEN. Entrance Scholarship, value £ ao fn Ko petedfor September, 1880. Apply to Mrs Thnmo S SO, Henrietta St., Brunswick Square, London W n' n" Seo*» KOPE's EXimcr^oriEAT ESSENCE OF BEEF, 2/6 per tin. Beef Lozenges, 1/- per box. Consolidated Soups from 2d. per tin. PEA SO UP For Charitable purposes in Large quantities, K SPECIAL TERMS OPF's SPECIAL FOOD FOR INVALIDS. See Price List. •vr AWly ± fo? AGENCIES to WManaging Director, .5, Agar St., Charing Cross ALTHAM WATCimslH^l^l^ GtoldMeda,la),moslreUabletimekfepersin the wnrhJ BAYLET^ Manufacturer of Best, Best Best, and Treble Best, Boiler Boat T,T,V JaH00PS &C- Crown Iron Works, Toll End, Tipton, Stetffordshire. NEW WHISKY IS POISONOUS, no matter how agreeably flavoured. Exact aep of SWA'W.„J CROWN Whisly guaranteed by H.M. Custom, Offin0™and Distillations of 1865; ?7, 70, 71, 72, 7i 74 « rSV Pnce for 2ffals. 64/ 63/ 56/ 52/ 48/ 44/ 42/- 40/1 ^8/ *!c ;a Rail Carriage paid on sample cases, case free THOMAS SCALLY & Co., Eustace Street, Dublin. Purchasing Agents Wanted. fllHE VAPOIlIFER7¥yT>iiTsHEPARD is a Bronchitis Kettle, Inhaler and Vapour Bath ooTnbir.D^. recommended bv the^ lancet British Medical the cheapest and most efficient apparatus invented. 51-fchiR MATTHEWS' oft Nil HAIR RESTORER IS NOT A DYE, WILL NOT STAIN THE SKIN RESTORES GREY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOUR IN A FEW DAYS. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST RESTORATIVE. 50, GREAT QUEEN STREET, LINOOLNS' INN, LONDON, (668) W O B.DS.W ORTH'S V "COCA" PILLS. JSl. Prepared from the Erythroxyton Coca Plant (of Peru), the successful" remedy for Sleeplessness, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Hay-Fever, and Asthma, 2s. per box' post free. H. Wordsworth, 6, Sloane Street, London' (669) SELF CURE NO FICTION! MARVEL UPON MARVEL! NO SUFFERER NEED NOW DESPAIR, but without running a doctor's bill or falling into the deep ditch of quackery, may safely, speedily and economically cure himself without the knowledge of a second party. By the introduction of the new French Medicaments Therapion, Nos. 1, 2, and 3, a complete revolution has been wrought in this depart- ment of medical science, whilst thousands have been restored to health and happiness who for years previously had been merely dragging out a miserable existence. Therapion No. 1.—A Sovereign Remedy for gleet and all discharges of the mucous membranes, whether of the urinary or other organs. Therapion No. 2.—A Sovereign Remedy for syphilis in all its protean forms; skin diseases, and those complaints which mercury and sarsaparilla are popularly but erroneously supposed to cure. Therapion No. 3.—A Sovereign Remedy for debility nervousness, spermatorrhoea, languor, incapacity for marriage, distaste for business or pleasure, love of solitude, blushing, indigestion, pains in the back and head, and all those disorders which the faculty so persistently ignore, because so impotent to cure or even relieve. Price 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and lis., of all Chemists. In ordering the above, the purchase r Should specify which number he requires. Read the new descriptive Pamphlet, sent post free for 3 stamps, by Mr. Lawes, Medical Publisher, Hand Court, Holborn. The stamp, to imitate which is felony, bears the word Therapion," in white letters, by order of Her ](I.jo:5ty'" Hon. Commioaionorn, who tKoroby aocure the proprietor against infringement throughout the United Kingdom and the colonies. Sold byH. Jones, Castle-street, Llangollen. (680) ■ms] GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. Patronited by several eminent Physicians and Surgront, and UNIVERSALLY held in high esteem. ^j.ve suffered and despaired for years and .IVtLrwfl"6 .,08 in Vain> be assured there is still a sale ana speedy cure for you at a small cost by usine ftEJ?TRGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL m are DOW recognised by all as being ^TJAVWT6' .°J[ne3ei disco*ered for PILE AND liTNinptv ntn nwe 88 the following paius, which, in NInety-mne Cases out of every Huudred, are caused by these pMnfnt Maladies PAIN IN THE BACK, FLATULENCY, GRIPI NG, COLIC, A SENSE OF WEIGHT IN THE BACK AND LOINS, DARTING PAINS IN THE REGION OF THE HEART, LIVER, AND KIDNEYS, CONSTIPATION, PAINS IN THE THIGHS, SOMETIMES SHOOTING DOWN TO THE CALF OF THE LEG AND FOOT, SUPPRESSION AND RETENTION OF URINE, PAINS IN THE STOMACH, AND ALL LlVf-ROOMPLAINTS. Thonaands har« b««n cured bv thc«« Pin.. been pronounced bop.fc.j Health by their uae. ONE BOX WILL CONVINCE THE HOST SCEPTICAL O. THEIR FFFICACY. nS: 2^MEoi'.lp(5S?FiEfIISPILILS- No. 3 OEORQB'S PI I.I.S pqr THE PILES. Important Testimonials from Doctors, Chemists, and S°Chlmf,to"» Pwift S 'inpro,Sg« EVKBT BOX IS PROTECTED BY THE GOVERNMENT STAMP. NOTICE.-The title "PILK AND GRAVEL PILLS" it Copyright, and entered at Stationers' HaU. Proprietor, J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.8., HIRWAIN. GLAMORGANSHIRE. = (490)
The most Beautiful Starch the World ever used GLENFIELD gTARCH. „ SOLD EVERYWHERE. R. WOTHEBSPOOS «te CO., GLASGOW & LONDON "ROSE'S LIME TUICE~TORDTAL. Prepared from the LimeFruit Is entirely free of Alcohol. TTOSE'S LIME JUICE CORDIAL. A Wholesome family beverage all the year round. OSE's L ROSE'S MM K -M'rc ■ I: ( 1i)JaiIA.L. JLW A delicious drinldn water, eff- V> eryescing in all aerated waters. T>OSE's LIME JUICE r^ORDIALi An excellent Stimulant V_^ .J:J An excellent Stimulant V_^ blended with spirits. TYOSE'S LIME JUICE POKDIAL. ALW Is highly medicinal, cooling c and purifying the blood, assisting digestion. |TOSEYS LIME JUICE CORDIAL. JLW Is recommended by the Lancet and medical profession as eminently wholesome. OSE's LIME JUICE CORDIAL. Sold everywhere byWine Mer- V7 chants, Grocers, Chemists,&c. TJOSE^S LIME JUICE CORDIAL. A-W Wholesale Stores, 11, Curtain Road, London, and 41, Mitchell St., Leith. Is. 6d. TUDSON's SOLD BY Is. 6d. TUDSON's SOLD BY nn(1 CHEMISTS OAANL D0LR) PAINT, AND OS. oa. JL STATIONERS. FOB RE-GILDING FRAMES -FOR WRITING TEXTS—FOR ARTIS- TIC CABINET AND BASKET WORK—FOR GILDING EGGS, APPLES AND FEATHERS. A MOST BEAUTIFUL AND ATTRACTIVE ARTICLE. BE SURE AND ORDER JUDSON'S GOLD PAINT. Judson's Specialities of CHEMISTS & STATIONERS. Anyone can use IIIT^QAM'C Every lady should do them in a pail of J U1/ 01/11 0 her Dyeing at Home. Hot Water, rvtrnrt The process is most Time IIV h interesting,and there- Ten Minutes. 0d. *lj")gd. suit almost magical I T^ECKETT's "I have prescribed Beckett's j • TTI'RTTT'Tl Syrup of Orange & Quinine, as an r| U J. J. elegant substitute for Bitter Beer QVDTTTIQ for the last ten years."—Norman OXJXUJrb. Kerr, Esq., M.D., F.L.S., London. Raspberry, Black Currant, Your Fruit Syrups are exqui- Lime Fruit, Lemon, Orange, site- I have met with nothing Ginger, &c., &c. °f the kind equal to them."— ■vr. Rev. Charles Garrett, Liverpool. MAKE MOST "I like them exceedingly. They DELICIOUS deserve to be entitled 'Nature's —Own Beverages;' I could not speak BEVERAGES- more highly of them." Rev. XJXUHUUO, Charles Bullock, B.D., Editor of CAH BE USED WITH "HomeWords," "Hand&Heart," HOT ORCOLD WATER. IN BOTTLES, 1/- and 1/9. boUl by Chemists, Grocers & Confectioners. Manufacturer— W. Beckett, Hey wood, Manchester. LondonDepots: J. Sanger «g aons, 252, Oxford Street; Barclay & Sons, 95. Farrinftdon St. (JOUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, and NEURALGIA, T)R. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE, A few doses quite effectual.—Caution.—The extra- ordinary medical reports on the efficacy of Chlorodyne render it of vital importance that the public should obtain the genuine, which is protected by a Govern- ment stamp, bearing the words "Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne;" See decision of Vice-Chancellor Sir W. -Page Wood, the Times, July 16th, 1861. Numerous testimonials from eminent Physioians accompany each bottle. "° T Fr-V^ W',G- WILKINSON, Esq., F.RO.S., Spalding. invaluable in Phthisis and Spasmoaic Cousrh: lhe benefit is very marked. A Frompi. M'Millman, of New Galloway, Scotland. n^iK?5e iv,e' Anodyne, and Anti-Spasmodic, I consider Dr. J. uoius i3rowne s Chlorodyne the most valuable medicine known, Sold in bottles. 1/li, 2/9, & 4/6 by all Chemists. NOTICE.-THE TESTIMONY OF MEDICAL LEMEN AND THE PROFESSIONAL PRESS HAS BEEN UNQUALIFIED IN PRAISE OF T AMPLOUGH's PYRETIC SALINE, as possessing most important elements, calculated to restore i ni9»intain health, with perfect vigour of body and mind itjin.youx4 houses and forget it not in your travels." •UiT*. AKOUI.— Unfolding germs of immense benefit to mankind." DR. MORGAN.-It furnishes the blood with its lost saline constituents." DR. TURLEY.—" I found it act as a specific in my experience and family m the worst form of scarlet fever, no other medicine being required." DR. S. GIBBON (formerly physician of the London Hospital). — It is the best preparation of the kind I have ever met with. Its usefulness in the treatment of disease has long been con- tinned by medical experience. I speak from adequate knowledge of the preparation, having been in the habit of using it in private practice for many years, and having taken a large quantity with me when I went as physician to the Smyrna Hospital. In hot climates it is of especial value." DR. SPARKS (Government Medical Inspector of Emigrants from the Port of London) writes:—"From my personal and professional use and knowledge of the value of Mr. Lamp- lough's Pyretic Saline for many years past, I have great pleasure in bearing my cordial testimony to its efficacy in the treatment of many of the ordinary and chronic forms of Gastric Complaints and other forms of Febrile Dyspepsia.— 5th August, 1857."—It is of immense value in Prickly Heat. DR. J. W. DOWSING.—" I used it in the treatment of forty two cases of Yellow Fever, and I am happy to state that 1 never lost a single case." w. STEVEN S, in his works on Cholera and Fever, states •. Since its introduction the Fatal West India Fevers are deprived of their terrors." Price 2/6,4/0,11/- & SI/- each bottle. H. LAMPLQUGTH, 113, Holborn, London. Post free for Five Stamps from MR. G. T. CONGREVE, PECKHAM, LONDON "CONSUMPTION, ITS ONLY SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT. (New Edition) with manll interesting coses of Cure 37 H.ATSfoundDeadafterusingtwo6d. Jars 3 » of STEINER's "VERMIN PASTE, Sold by all Chemists. Works: Henry St.,Limehouse, London. Try it, it never fails." "SIMPLE AND EFFICACIOUS" SIR BENJAMIN BRODIE'S COUGH LOZENGES A GIVE INSTANT RELIEF. And should be tried by all who suffer from Cough, Asthma, Bronchial Affections, and loss of voice. will ototaftem 2s. 6d., and 4s. 6d.; any Chemist will obtaIn them. W. F. rllMOREf Ch > Cavendish Square, London, W. TRADESMEN and ALL OTHERS in DEBT or DIFFICULTIES, suffering under pressure by creditors, or requiring temporary assistance, should consult MESSRS. MARCHANT & CO. 46, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.C. who, assisted by an experienced Solicitor, arrange most pressing matters for debtors and others, m Town or Country, without stoppage of business, publicity or delay. Writs, summonses, and all other legal proceedings stayed, and immediate protection obtained. Actions commenced in all the courts. Private arrangements effected with creditors. Charges moderate Consultations free. Letters answered. DHOTOGEAPHS Artistically Coloured. A Cartes de Visite, 2s Cabinet Size, 3s 6d each Send Colour of Eyes, Complexion, piece of Hair, & full particulars with Photo to Fraulien SCH.M KT- TERLING, Oak House, East Finchley, Lotul'm.N </I ni FAeS!M!LEorS!CNAmE ^POST FREE ON |^>FCG I USEFUL.FOB RECEIPT OF NAME STFTMPIN,G ANDJ36_STAMPS | I g^^a^^FLEET-STREET LONDON. E.C. TRADE MARKS .MONOC RAMS. CRESTS. S0C1E I 1ES SEALS INITIALS .LABELS Si" PES ICNED ANQ EWCPAVED ON WOOD FRCM THYSELF," Character and dig- 1.V position delineated from handwriting, by one who has made this art a study for many years with the greatest success. The Enquirer to send 15 stamps, with a paragraph copied in own hand- writing from any book or poem, with particulars of. sex and age. Replies within seven days. Papers returned if requested. Address Professor O. MOTTE, 325, Strand, London, W.C. NOTICE TO TOBACCONISTS, Grocers, Fancy Dealers, &c. FOE PIPES of all kinds, Cigars and Tobac- conists' Sundries, Walking Sticks, Cheap Clocks, Concertinas and Accordeons, Purses Combs, Brushes and other Fancy Goods at Lon-' don Wholesale CUT prices, write or send to W. H. SMITH & CO., Wholesale Dealers and Importers LON DON, S.E. P.S.-Trayellers will be sent to any part upon communication. 1 A GEUTS WANTED for the sale of India £ V Rubber Hand Stamps. Special terms to Stationers, Printers, Agents, &c. Enclose stamp for terms to W. G. ANDERSON & CO., Cento- ggggh Manufacturers, 29 Paternoster Row, London DEBILITY.—GRATIS, a Medical .,1 7°5,k showing sufferers how they may be cured without the aid of Quacks. Free on receipt of postage stamp. Address, SECRETARY, Institute of Anatomy, Birmingham. (488) Universal Patronage. nil sufferers from general or local disease take heart «"* roiiow m the wake of thousands \eho ascribe their restoration ot health to the use of liOLLOWAY's OINTMENT AND PlW-8* itheumatism m the muscles or joints, gouty pains, neuralgi" tortures, cramps and spasmodic twitches depart under tha employment of these noble remedies. Bad lees, all kind* of wounds, ulcers, sores, burns, cutaneous inNammations, ar; quickly conquered. The reputation Holloway's Ointment and s hflve acquired throughout the habitable Globe should induce every afflicted person to give them a fair trial bef01* despairing of relief or abandoning hope. Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Sore Throats, Coughs, and Colds. This Ointment will cure, when every other means railed. It is IÏ lIovereign remedy for all derangements of the throat and chest. Settled coughs or wheezing will be prompt removed by rubbing in the Unguent. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts. Old Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers. *s surprising how quickly a sore, ulcer, or wound, depri*?? the body of strength and unfits it for the duties of life, and" is no less wonderful tx> watch the effect of Holloway's healing Ointment, when it is used according to the printed direction'' and assisted by appropriate doses of the Pills. Gout and Rheumatism. £ ? cnred wlth the greatest certainty !f large qnantltW n-u- 9 tment 1>e wel1 worked into the afflicted par** Ihis treatment must be perseveringly followed for some tiff* nnd duly assisted by powerful doses of Holloway's Pills Th««« purifying and soothing remedies demand the earnest attention l*"0118 to rheumatism, gout, sciatica, or other baiBft* affections of the muscles, nerves, or joints. Both the Ointment and Pills should be used in flO following complaints:- Bad Legs Corns (Soft) Scalds Bad Breasts Fistulas Sore Throatl [;"rns Gout Skin Diseases Bunions Glandular Swellings Scurvy Chilblains Lumbago gore Heads Chapped Hands Piles Tumours Contracted and Stiff Rheumatism Ulcers "■ Joints Sore Nipples Wounds The Ointment and Pills are sold at Professor HoiLoWA^ Establishment,, 5St Oxford Street, London; also by neartf every respectable Vendor of Medicine throughout the World, in Boxes and Pots, Is. l £ d„ 2s. 9d., 4s? 6d., lis., 22s., #»<» 3ds. each. The smallest Box of Pills contains four dozen; »°d the smallest Pot of Ointment one ounce. Full printed directions are affixed to each Box and Pot, and cAlI be had in any language, even in Turkish, Arabic, Armenian* Persian, or Chinese. Ko. 15—S N.B.-Advice can be obtained, free of charge, W applying at the above address, daily, between t)h hours of 11 and 4, or by letter. (489) ifl R. HUGHES, H. HUGHES, WATCH ]M ANUFACTURER CASTLE STREET, LLANGOLLEN, BEGS respectfully to call the attention of JD public to his extensive stock of WATCHES AND CLOCKS, The lowest and best in the Principality. He is, therefore, able to sell as cheap as any hott8010 the trade. All Watches and Clocks are guaranteed. A large selection of GOLD and SILVER CHAlI*S» at the lowest prices. Also, a first-class stock of every description of GOLD RINGS and JEWELLERY. Clocks and Watches re aired and cleaned. (491) YN AWR YN BAROD, Pris la. mewn amlen, a la. 6oh. mewn gilt cloth, HANES PRYDAltf OK CYFNODAU BOREUAF HYD Y FLWYDDYN 1878, GAN Y PARCH. OWEN JONES, LLANDUDNO. H. JONES, ARGRAPHYDD A CHYHOEDDYVVIÓI LLANGOLLEN. (5101 ONE BOX OP CLARKE'S B 41 is warranted to cure all discharges Urinary Organs, in either sex, acquired or tional, Gravel, and Pains in the Back. Sold in Box08' 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemists and Patent Vendors; or sent to any address for 60 stamp? the Maker, F. J. CLARKE, Consulting Chemist, Hi £ »' street, Lincoln.—Wholesale Agents, BARCLAY & S°J* London, and all the Wholesale Houses. (4&V SOLUBLE TOOTH °POWDER TABLE'^ A RE small, prettily-shaped, flat and fluted,P c°loured ovals, somewhat in the shape of a ot meat lozenge, of a firm and solid consistency, gttif being handled—containing an exact quantity 0 i.jjjg. ably-prepared Tooth-powder enough for one Une being placed on a brush, and a _aaly poured over it will dissolve almost instant»neLjigb* into a smooth and velvet mass, free from the „ test approach to grittiness, and the peculiarity ply Dentocrete Tablet ia that it will, on being thus jcj08 saturated with water, give up its constituent je9 to to search out and amalgamate with the teeth be cleansed away, while the brilliancy of „i:0e88» will be enhanced to the utmost. The ? comfort, economy, and even luxury, of this will soon be readily and universally ackuowlo B Sold by all Chemists and Perfumers throug gOlf> kingdom. Wholesale of BARCLAY an? tor, 20 Farringdon-street, and E. C. RUBY, Propr Riding-house-street, London. ntltaiB0 Price 2s. 6d. per box. N.B.—Each box more than half a gross of Tablets. Printed and Published every Friday Mornin £ » by the Proprietor, X HUGH JONES, wobB;S AT HIS ATMOSPHERIC PRINTING vv 17, CASTLE STREET, LLANGOLLEN, IN THE COUNTY OF DENBIGH, March 19, 1880. All Orders, Advertisements, and are requested to be addressed to the Aav Office, Llangollen.