DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE. THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. $i« admitted by the Profession to he the most won tierftil &ad valuable remedy ever discovered. CgLARODYN 6 is the be^ remedy knv^o for Coughs, Consumptio^'BroncHitis, Asthma, C\TLOK' DYS9 effeotuallv checks and arrests those too often fatal (Jiseitses —Diptheria, Fever. Croup, Ague. fSffLORODYNa "eta like nhara it Djarrhoea, and is the only speoifjoia Cholera and Dysentery. *P> T ? eJiechuUy euta short all "ttach of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation and Spasms. iwiq,reou.Ovo iq sis the enly palliative in Neuralgia, khetimatisia, Goat, Cancer. Toothache, Meningitis, See. FromLon* FRANCIS CONTNGHAM, Nloaitt Charles, Donegal, 11th December, 1868. for# Francis Coaaynghtun, who this time last rear bought sorie erf Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne from lifer .t.t, sita k" fouad it a ntost wondot-ful medicine, will b. glad to have half-a-dozen bottles sent at once trhe abor* aAldrt-&" fibsi KmweS "tiamr-aloated to tka College of Physicians that he received a dispatch from her Majesty's .wi ¡i.¡¡a.il. t. the effcct thvA C'iioleri has been raging fearfully, nd that the ONLY remedy of any service i,w* -'H.tt^YNEi" — Se« LaTieet, 1st.December, 1864, CAUTION.— BEWAMJt of PIRACY and IMITATIONS •SAFTJCA..— i-t. ff. rafs VFDOA stated thatt Dr. J. JbowNI was, undoubtedly, the Ab r-l-W. Ot <6»'iliOJlOiJYjS K thai the s-.»ry of tiia Defendant, FBSBMAN, was deliberately untrue, which, he I rtj-i-.tM i*W«i iwtri t«,-8ee 15th July, 1864. A-4 to Sft .I. ii h et. Is lid, 2s d. 4s 6d. and i Is enafe. None is geauiae without the words "Dr. J. OOLLIS «; fif? CHLORODYNE ea the G'veraaient Stamp. Overwhelming Medical testimony accompanies each B, -u MAserAnrRsn ? f. T. DAVENPORT, 3.1, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, Londor. UNOOLK. FRYIPLW* Tit -.N.\It> HHWNG MABWOLAKTH IPL 4 adgtfodiaD; raisoRTB AS 5 11" WORDSWORTH, ttw^ttrtfccfeeifig A rgiwyd(I Esgob Lincoln. «TFfBlTHB» jiHWUnil ei arglwyddiaeth) to-ILItfut. SRIPFIT.I, -it Mary, Bangor f 118 a a SRWTDB EI GllYHOKDDI, 1 r- »!W orfwo) 1 lyfrwerthwyr. Aafooer arehebiori R#vA,v t>->9flir«, Bftngor. Tr «W«U4 9-re-i <' t rh ;r, Vr c<~<vi>, —" Kfe ÖJ:4 "i r'ZPAIO,kLLP.LED c,UCCWS OF ( J ~>OD! A 1 1 /s wOHLD-RENOWNED HousK HOLD Sr'ECIALITIES. ( >Hi LL BAKING POWDEE,. Id P»-if hi rtd. Is, Is 6d and? 2s Tins. Thobeit ih M, ,c. t •' ■' V'Hr k j j j R PLISH, Bottles, 6d, Is, "A s* omoh. The most Delieioas Sause in the" \of m :1. QUININE WINE, Bottles, K 1* ljfl. 2s aad 2e &1 each. The best Tonio y«t by Grocers, Chomists, Oilmen, &c. Ompated 6y GOOlJALLBACKJilOUSE & Co, LeeaL DIl JEUfiSALL'S FOOD FOR INFANTS. 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A goadplng account of Aber and its attraction*, by ha Author of "A Russian Ghost Story," &c. Published by Noun. Douglas Brothers, Bangor. Newa-ageaba can OOialn sapplias on the usual terms. OWREGYSAU ANNGYDMAROL A DIBERYGL, Wed! oo pret feQy ers deugala mlynidd, o waith yr enwog 0. Ctriffifh, Tryfaa, gu fed oanneedd lawer wedi eu hanfon yn PgU+A j blyBjddiu dtweddaf alias 0 G/mrti i'r America, Awa- Iralia, a thaleithkkn Prydelnlg erelll. MS* 0. WILLIAMS, 8ABB&B8, S, CA8TIJS SQUARE, CAERNARFON, VBDYMuNA hjsbjsu j wlad yn gyffred- i*el ei fod wedi prynu yr hawlfraint (patent) gan ■r»«i*BW«l»ydde8 J dlweddar Owen Griffith, Ysw., Tryfaa, a'i w4 ympe*derty*aGWBITHIO y Gwregvsaubyd-nededig uohod BTffiaoroarfoH. Y mae gaa Mr O. Williams ddlgoneddar law o bob Aries va brogessol, y rhal a werthir am brislau llawer is ■*g ft arfartd en (wertbn gaa Mr Griffith. el"EMTBAV EshtvryTFI A DIBERYGL I'R RHAI SYDD WEDI TORI EU LLIBNGIG. 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WILLIA51 .VART GLADSTONE'S FAMOUS AFITICLE'ON I T U A L I S 2,1 HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED BY MESSRS. DOUGLAS BROTHERS. ) p 1HE TRANSLATION HAS BEEN MADE BY THE REV. HUGH OWEN (MEILIR) RECTOR OF LLANERCHYMEDD, J BY THE SPECIAL PERMISSION OF MR. GLADSTONE. ORDFIIX to be sent direct to Messrs. Dcnglas Brothers North Wales Chronicle Office, Bangor, who will supply Newsagents on the usu»,l terms. __¡-c "J In consequence of Spurious Imitation of LE1\ & PERPTINS 7. SAUCE, cwLi,ib are calculated to deceive thepublic, LEA & PERRINS have adopted A NEW LABEL, bvaring tbqir Signatures, tbQJI æ:a- ( which will be placed on every bottle W orcestershire Sauce, after this Skfce, aWd/wMout Which hone U ^ehuine. J W Sold Whor^iale by the Proprietors, Worcester; Crosse and Blackwell, London; and: Export Oilmen generally. Retail, by dealers in sauces throUgltout the writfd. VeTsmber. 1874. 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The Hotel contains upwards of One Hundred Rooms, and an elegant and well-appointed LADIES' COWEB ROOM, with Reading Room. BOARDING TARIFF.—Very many Visitors having expressed t desire tolive in the Hotel at a fixed charge, t6- nelude all and every expense (Wine, &c., alone excepted), arrangements have been made by which Families eaa live in the Hotel, with nse of Coffee Rooms, Ladies' Saloon, Bedroom, &c., and most liberal Board, including throe oeaw Dinner, for the sum of Ten Shillings each person per day. The Kitchen is under the direction of one of the first Chefs in England. The Breakfast Table here is superior to any London Club House. Theeudlence of the Cuisine, the beauty delicacy, and cheapness of the Wine are untcersalIV ack-nowledged, and here, mirabiU dietu, they place a eapikl, Claret before you at2s per bottle.—Vide Public Press. SPECIAL NOTICE.—For the convenience of Visitors, upon the reception of letter or telegram, plaoes secured them at any of the Theatres, &e. 9 v.j'V f.'ov MR. NIC HOLS 0 N t.:f.: fjfCJ < AND OPERATIVE MBCIOÂL DENTIST, COLLEGE ROAD, .i"1L., U.. P.P E R BANGOR. 11 -o [ friee Medals were gained by Aim at Chester in 1866, and at Aberystioyth in 1865, FQK. THE BEST WELSH TWEEDS AND WINSEYS JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MEYRICK HOUSE, DOLGELI-EY, Scile Prize 34edal holder in Dolgelley sMa Morionothshire, TTAVING gainwi «x,.ebrity for his genuine HAND-LOOM WELSH WEBS and WELSH il TWEED CLOTHS, ha* lately areatly extended his business, and is now prepared to supply HAND-LOOM WELSH FABRICS, consisting of TWEEC CLOTH," FISHING CLOTH, FLANNELS, WEBS, LINSEYS, aijd J WELSH WHITTLE SHAWLS, in various colours. Mr Jones personal superiBteisds the Manufacture at his own Mills from pure Mountain Wool. at Manufae- r'. Prieea, far belo y those charged for inferior articles usually sold as Welsh" by English manufacturers. Clothing made from these materials are worn by the Nobility and Gentry for Shooting, Fishing, Cricketing, d Travelling, &c., and being entirely MANUFACTURED OF PURE MOUNTAIN WOOLS, without inter amxtnre, will be found very durable. L, n „ Wholesale and Retail Orders executed at the shortest notice. C&sh or Reference expected with all WELSH WYNN8TAY SHOOTING CLOTH, 2s. per yard. CLOTH FOR FISHING SUITS, 2s. Cd. per fix*, very superior CLOTH, at 4* 3d. per yard. Five per sent. Discount for Cash. Pattens sent free per post oa application to Mr JOHN Metric* Joints, Meyriek House, Dolgelley. K. Jones respectfully cautions hit Customers against unprincipled persons who are in the habit of taking the tot opportunity of spurious patterns of Flannels afta Tweeds, whieh are aot Welsh," and thus causing 2sani>ointment. as he is the only maker in Dolgolloy or the oounty of Merioneth who has obtained Prise Medals Ul«k favourite Welsh Goods. 7082—1186 VICTORIA MUSIC WAREHOUSEJ, UPPER BANGOR. ? .i/1U J. C CUBITT, PIANOFORTE AND HARMONIUM TUNER, Late with Messrs. Broadwood, Collard and KirkmaD, London. PIANO,FOR.TES, HARMONIUMSI& AMERICAN ORGANS FORfSALE OR HIRE. PIANOFORTEG mom £ 16. HARMONIUMS FROM £5. VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, TAMBOURINES, MUSICAL BOXES, AND ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ALL THE NEWEST MUSIC KEPT IN STOCK AT HALF THE PUBLISHED PRICES. INSTRUMENTS TUNED, REPAIRED, OR TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. N B —AN Excellent GRAND PIANOFORTE for HIRE at CONCERTS, BISTEDDVODS, PRIVATE PARTIES, &a 988 ESTABLISHED 1812. ° PROCTOR AND RYLANFS BONE llANURES, iLPREPAREDgFOR TURNIPS, GRASS, WHEAT, BAKLEY, OATS. POTATOES, &s. LfJO SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. 1M A CHESTER AND BIRMINGHAM. r •: AGENTS. Mr Lewis ToDep, Llwynob, Llanfair, ANGLESEY.^ Mr John Lewie, Trewyn Farm, Mynaddfwyn, Llaneicby- medd, Anglesey. Messrs J. and 0. Edwards, Merchants, Pwllbeli. MR JOB. Lloyd, Miller, St. Asaph. Mr J. J. Bancroft,.Chemist, Ruthin. Mr Evan Newel], Tûwyn, Merionethshire. Messrs James Davenport and Son, Corn Merchatts, Wrexham. Mr Godfrey Parry, Llansantffraid, Corwep.. Mr R. Thomas, Llandderfel, Corwen. Mr Peter Jonesi Com Merchant, Halkin, Holywell. Mr WillifimiDew, Junr., Bangor. Mr William Dalies, Talycafn, Llanrwat. Mr RobertVaugban, Llansannan, Abergele. Mr Thos. Owen, Heudy, Carnarvon. Mr William Jones, Nanc Gwilym, Bodfari, Rhyl. Nlr William Jooes, BiynsioD, Caeiwyn, Holywell. I Mr Robtrt Roberts, Tan Rbew, Groes, Denbigh. '(' t PRICE LIST WITH PARTICULARS OF PRICES OFFERED FORFROOT CROPS FOR 1876, POST FREE ON APPLICATION. tr.