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CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Every description of Wanted, ior Sale," and similar flvenwemfcntB can be inserted in this column at the fall •i\ving cheap PREPAID rates. Stamps or Postal I rde can be lent:- 16 words, once M., three time. It as words, M 9d., Is. ML 32 words, 1. „ 2s. 40 words, „ liL 3d. „ 2s. 6d. And so on, adding 3d. for every additional 8 words err This Scale only applies to PREPAID advertisements Situations Vacant. WANTED shortly at Grammar School, 'V Ruthin, a good, useful, intelligent SERVANT. Age from 20 to 24. Apply at the Grammar School, Ruthin. 2214u.c P- ARLUUEMAio WANTED immediately JL for country (North Wales). Sff/all family. Wages, 224 all found. Good character indispensable. Apply, letter only, of R. Post Office, Ruthin. c .d17 WANTED a Respectable Woman, 30 to 40 years of age, aa HOUSEKEEPER on small farm. Good home to suitable person. Address H. Free Preas Office, Denbigh. .2228dlO ANTED WORKING HOUSEKEEPER, from 30 to 35, at a farmhouse; liberal wages to respectable person. Apply by letter, to Farmer," Free Press Office, Ruthin. 2258dl7 ANTED for the Country a respectable W MAN as Groom and Gardener. Good character indispensable. "A. Free Press Office, Denbigh. 2269d24 WANTED for country a sharp YOUTH for Stable and Garden. Good oppor- tunities fO/»one fond of horses. A.B.C, Free Press Office, Denbigh. 2270d24 W~ ANTED, the Farmers and other In- habitants of Denbigh and District to now that Sam T. Miller is a. buyer of Old Iron and other Metals, &c., at his Marine Stores, The Factory, Denbigh. Best prices given. 1820u.c. To be Let. rno LET, SHEEP FARM, MAES-Y- I TYDDYN UCHA," 187 acres; good "house and buildings. Sheep to be taken at valuation. Possession at once. Apply, Mr. Oliver Evans, Firgrove, Rathin. *dl7 5 LET, SYDNEY COTTAGE, Wern- fech<%n, Ruthin. Apply, Mr. Roberts, Blue Bell, Gwyddelwern. '2248617 OUSE TO LET.—Containing five bed- rooms and largo sitting room, at Townsend, Denbigh 3 minutes' walk from the Station. Apply for further particulars to Mrs. Hughes, Confectioner, Vale Street, Denbigh. 2238u.c. 0 BE LET OR SOLDa-Valnab FREEHOLD HOUSE and SHOP, on the way to the Station, in Ruthin, containing. a plate-glass front to shop, cellar kitchen, scullery, dining room, drawing room, and 7 bedrooms. Apply to W. T. Rou w, Dedwhyddfa, Ruthin. 2188dl0 For Bale. ON SALE, 6 acres of SWEDES, by the row or ton, to suit purchasers. Apply Thomas Bibby, Cefn Iwrch Fawr, Gyffylliog. 2227dl0 THRESHING MACHINE and ENGINE For Sale. Cheap. Apply Alfred Jones, Plas Clough Farm, Denbigh. 2156u.c FOR SALE, a lurry load of good Horse MANURE. Price, 5s. a ton. Apply The Cottage, Llanrhaiadr. 2281dl0 RARD GRAND PIANOFORTE" In Rosewood Case. <Full compass. Equs 1 to new. Price £45. A bargain. Warranted perfect. T. H. Rigby, Jeweller, &c., Ruthin. 2282d24 OR SALE, PORTABLE ENGINE, 5 horse power in good working order Apply at W. office of this paper, Denbigh. *d24 ON SALE," a good light running GIG also a 8et of HARNESS, Apply to John Edwards, Bodlondeb, Caerwys. 2267d24 Miscellaneous- W ANTED, end of January, well-built COTTAGE in thorough repair. Water laid on. Rent moderate. Letters only, to Mrs. Lloyd. 79, Vale Street, Denbigh. *d24 LOST, about November 15th, WELSH RAM, with R.E." on left shoulder. Apply Edward Jones, Pen-y-Waen, Llanbedr. Finder will be rewlrded. *dlO 10s. REWARD! LQST' Dark Bay Mountain PONY; shod on fore feet only; docked tail, a icder will receive above by returning Pony to W. Lewis, Grocer, Cymmau. 2279d24 ANTED GCV ES9 CAR, suitable for donkey. Must be light, sound, and APP1?. Free Press Office, Denbigh. 2278u.c. Beirvomts, Registry. SERVANTS' REGISTRY. oonducted by Mrs. Aldrich, STATIONER, RUTHIN ■8TABLISHXD 1870. Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road, Denbigh. WANTED Experienced Ladies Maid, who understands dressmaking and hair- dressing, for two ladies; good Nurse for Conway, three children, wsges £ 18; Cook- Generals for London, Southport, Rhyl, and Llanddulas, 214 to 216; Housemaid. Waitress "Y' Hotel, jei5; Nurse-Housemaid for Rhyl; and IUU^J Generals.—Disengaged: Head Kitchenmaid or Cocir in small family. MRS. ROWBCIHAM, Hall Square (LATE OF 28, VALE STREET). Ladles' and Children's Outfitter. Fancy Repository and Servants' Registry. -WANTED thorough Plain Cooks for V V Mold, Rhyl; and one for near Denbigh, small family, dairy aDd baking, £20; House- maid Waitresses. Housemaids, Waitresses and Kitchenmaids for Hotels, Experienced Generals and Farm Servants wanted at once, liberal wages.-Disengaged: A thorough experienced Housemaid Waitress for beginning of January. wages .£18; also young General Servants disengaged, Rhyl Agency for Servants. MRS. GREENHOUSE 17, WATER STREET, RHYL. [ WANTED good Cooks, baking and dairv • wages £ 18 to £ 25. Experienced House- maid Waitresses for Cheshire, St. Asaph, and Rhyl Housemaids, Nurse-Housemaids and good Generals for Rhyl, St. Asaph, Ruthin, Denbigh, and Cohvyn Bay strong Generals for farm, able to milk.-Disengaged Good Nurses Children's Maids, and Waitresses. *d31 You won't have Wet Feet if you use DALES' DUBBIN. T) A T bj C! J Its a Wonderful water- -A/XXUXJKJ proofer for Boots and Harness. Softens and preserves .'GOLD MEDAL Is&ther. Pleasant odour Allows polishing. Highest Awards at 22 Of si! Bootmakers. Of all Bootmakers. SADDITN, IRONMONGERS, < Messrs. CLOUGH& Co., Land Agents, general yuers Auctioneers Surveyors, &c., DENBIGH AMD RHYL. Mortgages & Loans negociated DENBIGH SMITHFIELD -:0:- Messrs Clout h ft Co's. CHRISTMAS SHOW & SALE, ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1898, when the following Prizes will be given by the AUCTIONEERS :— Cattle. Class. £ s. d. I.-For the Best Beast in the Sale, A SILVER CUP. II.—For the Best 3 Fat Beasts, Bullocks, or Heifers 2 2 0 III.-For the Best 2 Fat Beasts, Bullocks, or Heifers, the pro- perty of a Tenant Farmer of not over 60 acres, and solely de- pending on farming 2 2 0 IV.—For the Best Bullock or Heifer, property of Tenant Farmer, his holding not exeeding 35 acres, and solely depending on farm- ing, not to be a winner in Class 1, 2, and 3 ..110 V.—For the 3 Best Beasts, Bullocks, or Heifers, property of a Tenant Farmer of not over 80 acres, and solely depending on farming, A SILVER CUP given by His WORSHIP THE MAYOR OF DKNBIGH (E. A. TCBNOVR, ESQ.) VI.-For the 3 Best Beasts, Bullocks or Heifers, open to all comers, SILVER CUP given by His WORSHIP THE MAYOR OF DENBIGH (E. A. TURN OUR, Esq.) VII.—For the Best 2 Beasts under 2 years old. the property of a Tenant Farmer of not over 40 acres, given by r. J. WILLIAMS, ESQ., J.P., and MR. SAMUEL ROBERTS. BUTCHER 2 2 0 VIII.—For the Best Fat Bull, given by the late E. T. <JO>;ES, ESQ., J.P. 1 1 0 IX.-For the Best Fat Cow, given by T. Williams, Esq., Llewesog 1 1 0 Calves. X.—For the best Fat Calf (given by T. A. WYNNE EDWARDS, Esq.,) prize, value 10 0 VT §heej». XI.—For the Best Pen of 10 Shrop- shire Sheep, A SILVER CUP, given by His Worship the Mavor (E. A. TURXOUR, Esq). XII.—For the Best Pen of 10 Welsh Wethers, given by Messrs. GKE d: Son 110 For the Second Best Ditto, given by W. CLWVD PIEBCE, Esq. 0 10 6 XIII.—For the Best Pen of 10 Welsh Ewes, given by CHARLES COTTOM, Esq 110 For the Second Ditto, given by Councillor A. LLOYD JONES, Esq. 0 10 6 XH.—For the Best Pen of 10 (any other breed), given by ROBERT OWEN, Esq., J.P. 0 10 6 Pigs. XV.—For the Best 3 Bacon Pigs, given by W. MELLARD, Esq., J.P. 0 10 G XVI.- For the Best 3 Porkets. 0 5 0 XVII.—For the Best Fat Beast fed by Messrs. Crone & Taylor's Feeding Compounds, A Hand- some ELBCTRO-PLATED TEAPOT. The Beast to be the property of Competitor 3 months before day of Sale. Competitor to have purchased at least One Ton of their Compound Cakes. The Prize Winners must have been in owner's possession one month prior to the Sale. The Prize Stock must be sold out, or the Prizes will be withheld. Entries Ancti°neer8 resPectf»^y solicit early All Stock to be in the Smithfield by 9 a.m. Stock sent by Rail will be met at the Station and every attention will be given free of charge Hale at 10 a.m., commencing with the Sheep. Keep will be allowed on most of the Stock. SALES BY David Roberts & Son, Auctioneers and Valuers, CORWEN, DENBIGH, & LLANGOLLEN. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON have received instructions to Sell Bv Auction, at the WYNNSTAY ARMS HOTVr RUTHIN, on MONDAY, the l4 DECEM- BER, 1898, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions then to be produced), all that Valuable Freehold Farm, known as PENYCOED UCHA," situate near to Pwllglas, in the Parish of Llanfwrog, and distant about 4 miles from the town of Ruthin, containing by admeasurement 129a. lr. 28p., or thereabouts, of rich Arable and Pasture Land, now in the occupation of Mr. David Hughes, as tenant, at a reduced rental of,9120 per annum. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Corwen & Denbigh; or to Anearin 0. Evans, Esq., Solicitor, Der"-h. 2253dl7 Just Received I I a very Choice Collection of all Leading Makers' Xmas and New Year I Cards and Presents. All Sorts and every Card New Also other CHRISTMAS GOODS VERY CHEAP. We respectfully invite Inspection. BULLER, Portland Place, DENBIGH. 2250d31 v GOUT V PILLS. FOR GOUT, RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA The Exoruclating Pain is quickly relieved and cured in a few days by these celebrated PiUs; well-known as the Great Remedy for the above: Complaints, SURE, SAFE AND EWKCTUAI* SoTd by all Chamistslolid ores 06t U, Id and 2s. 9d per box, 964*2 Sales by Mr. G. F. ByfordL CEFN JWRCH, half way between Bontuchel and Gyfiylliog. SALE of a Growing Crop of 7 Acres of Swedes in lots to suit purchasers, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16:h, 1898, by order of Mr. Thomas Bibby, who is leaving the Farm. Sale at 2 l/clock upon the Land. Q. F BYFORD, Auctioneer. Offices- St. Peter's Square, Ruthin. 2271dl0 G. F. Byford's Great Christmas Sho w and Fat Stock Sale, IN TUTS Denbigh Smithfield. on Tuesday Next, December 13th, 1898, at 10.30 a.m. Please note that G. F. Byford's Auction commences selling Fat Catt!e FIRST, at 10-30 a,m. prompt. PRIZE LIST: Class X s. d. 1.—For the best 2 Fat Heifers, Tinder two years old, the property of the same owner 2 2 0 2.—For the best two Black Welsh Bullocks or Heifers, the property of the same owner 2 2 0 3.—For the best two Fat Beasts, any age, the property of the same owner # 2 2 0 4.—For the best Fat Bullock, any age 110 5. For the best Fat Heifer, any age. 110 6.-For the best Fat Bull I.. 110 (No Prize Beasts to compete in more than one class). 7.—For the best Pen of 10 Fat Welsh Wethers. 0 15 0 8—For the Second Best Pen of 10 Fat Welsh Wethers 0 7 6 9.-Forthe Best Pen of 10 Fat Welsh Ewes 0 15 0 10.—For the Second Best Pen of 10 Fat Welsh EweR 0 7 6 11.—For the Best Pen of 5 Fat Sheep, Ewes, or Wethers, any other breed 0 15 12.—For the Second Best Pen of 5 Fat Sheep Ewes or Wethers, any other breed 0 7 6 13.—For the Best Fat Calf 0 7 6 The Prize Stock in every Ciass to be sold out bona-fide, otherwise the prize money will be withheld. A grand lot of Cattle and Sheep already entered from R. Blezard, Esq., Pool Park: Thomas Williams, Eeq., Llewesog; T. d[ Thomas, Esq., Pare Postyn; Messrs. P. E1 Story, The Coppy; H. Houghton, Bioadleys; R. Jones, Maesandod; Owen Wiliiams, Glan- clwyd J. Roberts, Foxhall; and several other noted feeders. 0_wners wiH oblige the Auctioneer by sending all Stock to the Yard by 9 o'clock, in order that the judging may commence at 9 30 and Sale at 10.30. Further Entries respectfully invited. The Cattle will be numbered as they enter the Mart. Office-St. Peter's-square, Ruthin. 2273dl0 Christmas Cakes. DAVID WILLIAMS, CONFECTIONER, Vale Street, Denbigh, wishes to direct the attention of the Public to his gret variety of I Christmas Cakes, j which are of the Best Quality, and sold at LOWEST PRICE. Don t Forget to have a view of the Windows and see for yourselves. Also a Good Stock of Christmas Fruits at the LOWEST PRICES. See Window. NOTE THE ADDRESS :—- David Williams, Opposite the Town Hall, DENBIGH. 182u.c. Next Thursday! I -tf DECEMBER 15th. The Seventeenth Annual Ruthin Christmas SHOW, in the Municipal Buildings, where the accommodation has just been LAKQELI INCREASED by the Corporation. Undoubtedly the GRANDEST COLLECTION ever seen in Ruthin of Prize Dcgs and Poultry; also Pigeons and Cage Birds, Dressed Poultry, Butter. and thA Prod' A. UUU VJOliUOU. In the Art and Industry Section are many Beautiful Photographs. Oil and Water Colour Paintings, Carved Wood Panels, Fretwork, Art Needlework. Do not Forget these Attractions. Come also B(tTLkeea Competitions in BREAD BAKING, Total Entries about 700. SHCW OPENS AT NOON. Admission:-12 to 4 p.m., Is.; 4 to 9, 6d. Corwen!^h}gh ^nd Railway Bills P Kets from Rhyl. See J 2152dl0 I F, FALKNER'S c CELEBRATED 11 "EXTRA OLD" Irish Whiskey. THE FINEST SPIRIT IN THE MARKET. A. & T. ASHFORD, Sole Agents for Denbigh. 2l42a29 4 N 0 T T'S I Christmas Showroom Now Open, I replete with a large selection of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Christmas and New Year's Cards in great variety. AN INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. NOTE THE ADDRESS: 9, VALE STREET, DENBIGH. 2276d31 40, MARKET HALL, DENBIGH. H. Dryhurst Roberts begs to inform his numerous Customers that he has secured for Christmas One Splendid Shorthorn Bullock, fed by Mr, Jones, Maesllan; Prime Welsh Heifer, fed by Mrs. McLaren, Nant^Iall, Prestatyn. Excellent Numerous Sheep and Lambs, fed by Mr. Jones, Gla.nclwyd Farm; Mr. Hughes, Segrwyd Ucha Mr. Roberts, Dyl-y- bryn, Llannefydd, &c. H.D.R, solicits the favour of your Patronage. 2280317 I GREAT Clothing Sale. He Q. K. COOKE, Wholesale Clothing Manufacturer, New Brown Street, Manchester, in liquidation. Stcck, value jB9,490 2s. 10d> Having purchased at an ENORMOUS DISCOUNT a large portion of the above Stock, this is a GRAND OPPORTUNITY for securing DESPERATE BARGAINS in all classes of MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOY'S CLOTHING. This Stock can be confidently recommended, being all of recent manufacture, NEWEST STYLES AND MATERIALS. The following are some of the Lots:— Men's D.B. Overcoats, 15s 9d to 18s 6d, usual price, 30s to 40s. Boys' do., from 3s lid to JOB. Men's Suits, 12s 9d, usual price, 20s, also Youths' Suits, j| Men's Black Coats and Vests, 10s 9d and 14s lid, usual price 15s 6d to 20s. Youths' Black and Dark Blue Coats and Vests, 7s lid to 9s lid, usual price, 12s to 15s. Men's Drab Cord Trousers, 3s. lid and 4s lid, usual price, 6s and 6s 6d. Men's Cloth, 2s lid, 5s 6d, 6s lid, usual price, 4s 6d to 10s Gd. Men's Blue Serge Jackets, Is lOid, usual price 3s. Boys' Knicker Trousers, Is 6d 2s 6d, worth 2s 6d to 3s 6d. Lot of Boys' Suits, 2s 6d to 3s lid. Men's Flannel Drawers, Is 4d to 23 6d, worth 2s to 3s 6d. NOTE THE ADDRESS:- L. & J. ROBERTS, MWROG STREET, RUTHIN. 2285 1898. 1898. Xmas Goods. All the very j Latest Seasonable I PRESENTS. Xmas & New Tear Gifts of every conceivable kind. An abundance of FASCINATING TOYS, a magnificent Stock of GLASS and CHINA, and a beautiful Selection of XMAS AND NEW YEAR'S! CARDS. Our Goods are not to be eaiiallel In tho. vyti w:• r' AA,, ou.oi.jiwivj NOTE ADDRESS:— S. A. WHEWAY, 12, RUTHIN ROAD, DENBIGH. 1469u.c. MAKE A NOTE OF IT. Large and very Choice Stock of I BRITISH AND FOREIGN Imported CIGARS J ABSOLLTLLY the FiNEST BRANDS 1 obtainable, in Boxes of 5's, 12's, 25's, and UP 1 to 500's, I Large range of very best BRIANS, LOEVIE, BB ETC., 13 in and out of Cases. Cigar and Cigarette Tubes and Cases, Vesta Boxes, Tobacco Jars, Plush and other Fancy Pouches, and everything suitable for Xmas Presents. Very Best Goods. VEBYj [LOWEST PRICES. Please Can. BULLER, DENBIGH. i 22514S2 1 W. Price Jones HAS Choice NEW FRUITS SUITABLE FOR THE Christmas Season, AND INVITES Comparison of Quality and Price. Currants 2d., 2jd., Sd., 4d. per Ib Valencia Raisins, 3d., 4d., 5d. do. Sultana Raisins, Gd., 7d., do. Lemon Peel, 2^d., Bid 5d. do. 2 Muscatells, 9d., Is., Is. 2d. French Plums, 6d, Figs, in boxes, 10d., Is. 6d., Is Sd Jordan Almonds, 2s. per lb. Valencia, Is. 2d., Is. 4d. I W.P.J. has a large assortment of Cosaques. Bon-Bons, Santa Claus Stockings; also Chocolates in Fancy Boxes and Baskets in great variety. W. Price Jones, 23, High Street, DENBIGH. Advice Worthy of your Attention. IF YOU WANT GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS of the BEST QUALITY AT MODERATE PRICES, Try R. OWEN. OUR PRICES FOR CORN, FLOUR, &c., will stand comparison, whilst the Quality is guaranteed, NOTE ADDRESS:— R. OWEN, 45_ TTicrli — u, AND     DENBIGH. WAREHOUSES: Diamond Buildings. U& NOTICE! NOTICE!! No. 39, High. Street. THE SHOP FOR GENTLJBlMEN. A LARGE STOCK OF Hats, Caps, Ties, fN,v 1114 n — i snirts, u oiittre, una Hosiery. Complete Gent's Outfitter. R GRIFFITH JONES, 39, High St., Denbigh. 17117jea KielButter in Perfection. E. P. JONES, SON & Co., DENBIGH, are direct importers of the Finest Kiel Butter, and therefore the Public can rely on Quality and Freshness; and the Price as the Lowest. 2224fl2 Scholastic. JgOAKDING ZNF DAT S cnoor Love Lane House, Denbigh. PsiwcrpAX—MISS E. HUBBARD. The Course of Instruction includes English, Musio, Singing, French, German, Drawing, Painting, and Needlework. PupiiB can be p" £ pared for the Local Examination. Dentistry. Cental Notice. MR. THoMAs LUKYN (FROM LONDON), DENTAL SURGEON, succes sor to Mr. W. H. Key and Mr. W. R Williams), may be consulted daily at Fern Villa, Church Street, BAyl. DENBIGH.—Every Wednesday at Mr, J Harrison Jones, Apothecaries Hall. F.UTHIN.-The First Tuesday and Th.rd Monday in each Month at Mr. Williame Tudor House, 6, Well Street. N.B.—Patients visited by appointmeEc. US. 1?^. KEATINGE, L.DS-, SUIiUEON DENTIST, "Vaenol," Opposite the Church), Russell Road, RHYL. ATTENDANCES. DENBIGH—At Mr. T. R. Jones, Milliner, 50 High Street, every Wednesday. allTHIN-At T. H. Rigby, Jeweller's Shop, 14 St. Peter's-square, every First Tuesday in the Month (Fair Day), and every If Mia* y Picture framing. lIlZ LSB YYS Best and Cheapest house for every description of PICTURE FRAMING. HELSBY'S, 24, "Vale St., Denbigh. rEsTABLISHICD 1874.] 2211fll L Charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman was Noble, but the Charge for 1898 Highest Grade Cycles AT BULLER S is ridiculously Low during the next week or two only. W B fwlio has just returned from Coventry) is nhifl"to offer the World's Best Machines at' Prices, UNDER COST of Production Singers, Rovers Townends, Excelsiors, Raglan, and 2 £ ,y the Best MakOT. Al»o a few Eaual to New, at Secondhand Prices; very little used. Anyone m search of BARGAINS Ke „ write, ana NOTE ADDRESS ■— BULLER, T)TJ1^TT3!Tq -f-j- — 2130j14 Tailoring fur-Ladies HARRY ROBERTS, ^AILOB, 80, PARK ST., DENBIGH, I TAILOR ZT" °rderS for O^^DE GARMENTS FOR LADIES. GOOD FIT and STYLE Guaranteed. All Orders receive strict Personal attention. • 226Ofly9 -|-V ESTABLISHED 1851. ■pirkbeck Bank. Qthampton BuildirLzsr, Chancery Lame, TWA London. iaiu J and a HALF pec CENT. INTEREST am? 0Q DEPOSITS, repayable on demand, AVV0 per cent, on CURRENT ACCOUNTS, 0" mluinium monthly balance, when not drawn below jeloo STOCKS, SHARES, and ANNUITIES pur- Qhasedand sold. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. or the encouragement of Thrift the Bank teoeires small sums on deposit, and allows teoeires small sums on deposit, and allows interest Monthly on eaoh completed XI. BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY. HOW TO PURCHASE A HOUSE FOR TWO GUINEAS PER MONTH. BIRKBECK FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY HOW TO PURCHASE A PLOT OF LAND FOR FIVE SHILLINGS PER MONTH. The BIBKBECK ALMANACK, with particulars, post free, on Replication to FRANCISSBAVBNSOEOFT, DA VIES, Market Vaults, Denbigh h?has t hls°"merous Customers that Plendld Stock of the following IGoods at popular Prices, namely8 Very Old Port and Sherries, J -,0 Scotch and Irith Whiikiet, IT* QLN AND HoUand Oln, BUM, Mi8Kl« 11,1(1 Peppermint, MAKTELL'S FRENCH BRANDy Moet and Cli. 1 RUTHIN ™PaB"e*' MWBRAL Troman, Banbury BTOtolu Limited s CELEBU^^ ALES AND LONDON SZoljr always on hand, on Draught or in Bottle*. -MB Also in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks. Always in Reliable Condition. A TRIAL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Market Vaults, DENBIGH. 1344J31 TEACHER'S ED ,TEACHERS INND .4 !r tiono Old sco WHISKY: 8 BTEAOHERX S o C LA S C; O,W. WHISKY. The Leading Scotch Whisky of the [lay. A. ANDREW'S, The Old Vaults," High Street. SOLE AGENT FOR DENBIGH. D. EVAN HUGHES (late Howel Lloyd), SEEDSMAN, FLORIST, AND FRUITERER, Henllan Place, Denbigh has a grand Selection of Fruit, Flowers, Artifioial Wreatha Globes, etc. D. E. Hughes begs to announce that he has just reeeived his New Stook of Bulb., Tulipt, Hyacinth, Crocut Narcitmt [Snowdrops, Double Daffodils, etc, Purchasers would do well by coming to inspect this Stock before baying elsewhere. Prices moderate. Also his fine New Stock of Artificial Wreaths and Globes. Marble inscriptions varigated in wording. Agen for Canary Guano, Sold in tins, is. 6a 2029s. 99 You can get every HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE LCheap and Good at T. P. ROBERTS9 FURNITURE MART, RUTEIIN FIRST CLASS FURNITURE for Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bedrooms, Kitchens, etc. Pianofortes, £ l xiioiuuiiis, etc. SIX LARGE SHOW ROOMS Fully Stocked. Wonderful Value at LOW PRICES. 1853J99 G. LLOYD ROBERTS, Railway Hotel, DENBI 6K&, begs to inform his numerous customers that he has a Splendid Stock of the Finest WINES, SPIRITS, CIDEB, and CIGARS. that can be bought. Old Tom, John de- Kuper's Geneva Gin, and Martel's Brandy. Ales and Stout oaDr. and in Bottle. HARVEST ALESo« — per Agent for Worthington & Co., Burton on Trent. 1807u,c. TAN GYjgj pretroleum (or Oil) Engines. IZF,S RE;A ks row DY-1 to 16 BREAK BORSE POWER. SIMPLE. RELIABLE ECONOMICAL. in TANGYES' LIMITED MANCHESTER. 181M31