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CROSS KEYS HOTEL, HOLYWELL -'Ð:- P R V P R I E T 0 R- J. JE NNIN GS, -:0:- THIS HOTEL, WHICH HAS BEEN RE-ARRANGED AND DECORATED, IS t JV O W OPE A' For Com nercial Gentleman, who wifind every comfort and convenience. -:0:- MODERATE CHARGES. -:0:- NOTE.-The Ales, Wines and Spirits are pronounced by the Public to be the finest qualities ever supplied in Holywell. STBICTLY PBIVATE ADVANCES. ANY SUM FBOM £ 5 TO £ 1000 ADVANCES ON EXCEP- TIONALLY EASY TBUM3. STRICTLY PRIVATE ADVANCES. MRS. D. BEHRMAN, 16, CITY ROAD, CHESTER, A V I N G a Large Amount of Uninvoitted Capital is wishful to Lend same in sums of P,5 to F,1000 to any Respectable Person (Male or Fomale) on their own NOTE OF ..H AND:, without delay, law costs, orany impertinent inquiries at interest highly beneficial to Borrower, and on Deeds. FROM 5 PER CENT. INTEREST. This advertisement being from a strictly private source, haHtual borrowers are requested not to apply. 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Surveys are made and rates quoted for all desorip- tions of risks free of charge. Applications for agencies are invited. ALFRED MAYERS, 8, MILFOBD STREET, MOLD. BILL POSTER AND DELIVERER E ADE'S G our & RHEUMATIC pILLS I SHOULD NOW BB ILL IN BED. APE'S TMLL8 103, Jubilee Terrace, Wolverhampton Road, FADE 8 T3ILLS Walsall, Nov. 22nd, 1892. "Dear Sir,—I write to think you for Jj^ADE S TJILL8 the great amount of benefit I have received from using your marvellous Gout and Rheumatic Pills I am glad to think I am able to write, as had it not been for your grand Pills I should have been unable to do so, and am quite certain I SHOULD NOW BE ILL IN BED. I am extremely thankful, as I can still keep at my work, I O.OUT shall use every endeavour to make your Pills more widely known. You may T) HEUJIATI9M use this how you think proper.-I remain, yours faithfully, rj.oux E. GUEST RHEUMATISM •ft Mr Q Eade," JgADE'S GOUT & JJHEUMATIC pILLS. 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JOHN JAMES HUGHES, BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, HIGH STREET, HOLYWELL, BEGS to announce that he has succeeded to tht J) business so long carried on by hie late Father, John Hughes, at the above premises, and trusts that by prompt attention and moderate charges, combined with good workmanship, to merit a continuance of public support. THE HOME-MADE DEPARTMENT Will continue to be a special feature of the busines8 and great care will be exercised to onsnre the best materials only being used. STRONG HARVEST BOOTS The best and cheapest Home-made Boots in the Market. WOMEN AND MEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVEBY DESCBIPTION KEPT IN STOCK. YOUTHS AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SLIITEK OF EVEBY VARIETY 1BDBBS PBOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Repaire neatly executed. TRY GRIFFITHS' BEAUTIFUL TEA, at Is- IOd, per lb. GOOD FAMILY TEA, at Is. 4d. per lb. Best Brands of TINNED FRUITS. CANTON HOUSE, HOLYWELL firOR- THE, BLDWIXXW.,EUM[O. tSl WQRCqgEAMEq For cleansing and clearing the blood from all imparities it cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds its effects are marvellous. It Cures Old Sores Cures Sores on the Neck Cures Sore Legs Cures Pimples on the Face Cures Scurvy Cures Eczema Cures Ulcers Cures Blood a.-id Skin Diseases Cures Glandular Swellingfi Clears the Blood from all impure Mattar, From whatever cause arising It is the only real specific for Gout a ad Rheumatic Pains. It removes the cause from the blood and bones, As this Mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted free from anything injuriousto the most delicate constitution of either sex. from infancy to old age, the Proprietorssolicit sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS "21, Orchard-street, Warrington, January 5th. 1894. "I am pleased to say that your Blood Mixture and Lotion, used as prescribed, has dune mv daughter Elizabeth, aged 16 years, a world of good. About eight months ago she was attacked with a se\eie skin disease. I tojk her to the hospital here, and she attended for six weel-s. I then took her to the Manchester Hospittd for four months, but neither of them did her a bit of good (I was obliged to take her from her woik). At last I was persuaded to try Clarkt's Blood Mixtures and I now thank God I have done so, for, I am happy to say, the disease has disappeared, and, I can safely say it, the medicine has worked a miracle in my daughter's case. Everyone that knows her says it is a wonderful thing1, she only having taken three bottles, to see the difference in her appearance now and a few weeks ago. This is quite unsolicited, and I send it hoping it will persuade other possib.e sufferers to try your valuable medicine. I remain, Gentlemen, yours gratefully. ELIZABRTII BOYLB." 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