Inis Property will command a practical monopoly of the Coal Trade of the Danube, Black Sea, and Constan- Un&'mefrom Contracts offered will amount to £ 30,000 per annum, equal to over 30 per cent, on the total Capital of the Company afterpayment of the Govern- ^A farther offer has been received to take the whole production of Coal at a clear profit of 10s. per ton. THE IRON GATE COAL AND CHROME COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under the Companies jicts, 1862 fo 1880, whereby the Liability of Shareholders is Limited to the amomt of their Shares. Capital 1100,000, in 100,000 Shares of £ l each, Of which 20,000 are taken by the Vendor in part payment of the purchase-money, and the first issue of 50,000 are now offered for subscription, payable:—5s. per Share on Application, 5s. per share on Allotment, and the balance, as and when required, in Calls of 5s. per Share, at intervals of not less than three months. In the event of no Allotment being made, the amount payable on Application for Shares will be returned in full. DIREOTOBS. 8m GEORGE INNES, Bart., Richmond, Surrey. JAMES CROSTON, Esq., Manchester, and Upton Hall, Cheshire. Nit. ALDwauN JENKINS, Higher Broughton, JMLancnester. „ T. SAUNDERS, Esq., J.P., Holland Road, Ken- sington, W. MB. COUNCILLOR HUGO SHAW, Manchester. THOMAS OLDHAM, Esq., Holmefield, Sale, Manchester. SOLICITOR. J. H. BOARDMAN, Esq., 41, John Dalton Street, Manchester. BANKERS. THE UNION BANK OF MANCHESTER AND BRANCHES (Messrs. Glyn, Mills and Co., London Agents). ATTDITOBS. MSBSBS. JOHN ADAMSON, SON, AND Co., Nor- folk Street, Manchester. SKCBETABT (PRO TBM). MR. F. W. DAWSON. RBGISTBBED OFTICBS. 9, CORPORATION STREET, MANCHESTER. ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS. This company is formed for the purchase of con- cessions granted by the. Crown of Hungary, of the mining rights in perpetuity over a distance of about 26 square miles in extent, situate on the Danube at Tisovitza and Eibenthal, near the well-known city of Orsova, together with the freehold land at Tiso- vitaa, and the works, houses, offices, and landing- stages ereoted thereon, and the plant and machinery appertaining thereto, and for working the extensive and valuable deposits of coal and chrome thereon. COAL.- This property has been inspected and favourably reported upon by some of the most eminent authorities-namelv, Prof, Hull, F.K.S., F.G.S., Director of the Government Geological Survey of Ireland, and previously Government Inspector of Mines in Lancashire, Prof. V. Ball, F.R.S., F.G.S., Director of the Government Geo- logioal Survey of India, and Commissioner at the Vienna Exhibition, 1873, Nelson Boyd, Esq., F.G.S.. M.E. J. E. Wood, Esq., C.E., F.R.S., Luke Blackwell, Esq., M.E., and others, who state that the coal on this property resembles both in appearance and quality the South W ales steam coal. being peculiarly adapted for use in locomotives, and for steam navigation, a fact that is proved by analysis. The coal seams are vertical, or nearly so, and crop out on the flanks of the hills, and can be worked by adits, without machinery, for raising or draining. Four of the seams are already proved, and opened out by adit levels. These seams vary in thickness from 4 ft. to 20 ft., and the quality is excellent. Another seam 48 ft. in thickness is stated to have been discovered, and others are known to exist. It is computed that these seams contain over 100,000,000 tons of workable coal, free from gas or water. These collieries, being the nearest cheap source of supply for vessels navigating, and towns upon the Lower Danube, Black Sea, and Constantinople, will have the whole trade open to them, and no English coal can possibly compete on acoount of freight and charges, which to Galatz amount to 15s. ft g to 20s. per ton, whilst it is estimated the total costs to this company for coal delivered free on board will not be more than 5s. per ton. The selling price of steam coal at Galatr is stated to be about 39s. per ton, and for native coal further up the river 21s. to 33s. per ton. The supply from the collieries can easily be made equal to 2,000 tons per week, and deliveries commenced forthwith. The directors have already received an offer of ecmtract for 20,000 tons of this coal per annum, for three years, with a clear profit to the eompany of 10s. per ton. A further offer has been received to take all the coal that can be delivered at the same rato of profit' The chrome ore crops out on the surface, and can be worked in open quarry, and the simple process of hand-picking would suffice to ensure a large immediate delivery, very little capital ing required, except for actual wages. The inspecting engineers concur in stating that the chrome ore can be delivered on the Danube, free on board at 5s. to 6s. per ton. A firm contract is already offered for 10,000 tons per annum, for three years, with a clear profit to the company of £2 per ton. The demand for coal on the Danube, and for cheome in England, America, and on the Continent being continuous and increasing, and the sources of supply of the latter being few, a ready sale at highly remunerative rates may be always relied upon for • ™?ch larger output. Tbe purchase money agreed to be paid for the 68?_tt mineral rights is £ 60,000, to be paid or satisfied as follows, viz.: £ 16,000 in cash, £ 20,000 in fully paid-up shares, and the balance in coal and enrome trom the property. Copies of the reports, memorandum, and Articles Of Association, can be seen at the Offices of the Company s Solicitor. Prospectuses and forms of application for shares may be obtained from the Solicitor, Audit ars, the Bankers, and also at the Offices of the Company. BRYANT MAY'S MATCHES d THE ST. WINIFRED ÆRATED WATER COMPANY, LIMITED. 7o be Incorporated under the Companies Aits' 1862 to 1880. Capital £ 3,000 in 3,000 Shares of 4 1 each, Payable 2s. 6d. on Application, and 7s. 6d. per Share on allotment, and the Balance if required in Calls at intervals of not less than three months. DIBBOTOBS ENOCH LEWIS, Esq., Mostyn Quay, Mostyn. JOHN PRICE, Esq., Liverpool. SAMUEL JONES, Esq., Holywell, North Wales. G. MAELOR EVANS, Esq., The Strand, Holywell. EDWARD JONES, Esq., T.C., Birkenhead. BANKERS THE NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK LIMITED, HOLYWELL. SOLICITOBS Messrs. P. M. EVANS AND R. J. WILLIAMS, HOLYWELL. ATTDITOBS Messrs. ROOSE. PRICE & Co., NORTH JOHN STREET, LIVERPOOL. SECRETARY (PBO TKJI). WILLIAM THOMAS COLE. REGISTERED OFFICE .-—HOLYWELL, NORTH WALES. PROSPECTUS: This Company is formed to take over and carry on an established and extensive Mineral Water Manufactory, situated in Holywell, North Wales, together with plant, maohinery, and all the necessary appurtenances for the successful and profitable pro- secution of this business in all its branches. Of late an enormously increased demand has sprung up for high-olass non-alcoholic beverages, and as much depends on the nature of the water from which such beverages are manufactured, this property is eminently calculated to maintain and extend the good reputation it already enjoyB for the excellence of its products, the water used being that obtained from the Holy Well, at Holywell, North Wales, and which is admitted by scientific opinion to be the equal of, or superior to any other spring in the principality. Owing to the increasing demand above referred to, an increase in the Stock-in-Trade is necessitated, and also additions to machinery, involving a small outlay of capital. The property, which is leasehold for 21 years, renewable at expiration, has been obtained on most advantageous terms, and the vendor retains a con- siderable interest in the concern. The purchase consideration for the Good Will, Stock, Horses, Carts, Machinery, Lease, Cases, Hampers, Bottles, etc., on the premises and in customers' hands is One Thousand and Fifty Pounds. Besides the trade already established, steps have been taken to insure a large connection in Liverpool, Manchester, Chester, and other populous centres. The Company's manufactures include Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Soda, Potass, Seltzer, Lithia:Waters, and Cordials. The only contract entered into is one dated November 24th, 1883, between R. JoNES (the Vendor) and P. M. EVANS and R. J. WILLIAMS, acting for and on behalf of the Company. Applications for shares on the form herewith will be received by the Bankers and Secretary of the Company. Prospectuses and application forms can be obtained from the Bankers, and Solicitors, and Copy of the ConfhHtt un be seen at the Registered Office of the Compaq. BENSON'S WORKMAN'S SILVER ENGLISH LEVER. p- £ 5 5s. OD. SPECIALLY MADE TO KEEP PERFECT 0 TIME. gTAND ROUGH WEAR and LAST A LIFETIME. IN ALL SIZES. CAPPED, JEWELLED, and ALL LATEST IMPROVEMENTS, Delivered safe and free to all parts on receipt of Xb 5s. Od. BY J. W. BENSON, THE STEAM FACTORY, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.C. Illustrated lists of Watches from 1,2 2s., to JE200 free. Agents, Secretaries of Societies, foremen, and others, required to establish Watch Clubsifor the above. A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. 13EECHAMIS PILLS Are admitted by Thousands to be worth a GUISE A A Box for Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as wind and pain in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fulness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flushings of heats, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy, blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful dreams, and all nervous and trembling sensations, &c. The first dose will give relief in twenty minutes. This is no Action, for they nave done it in thousands of cases. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of these Pills, and they will be ackv >wledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a few doses of them carry off all gross humours, open all obstruc- tions, and bring about all that is required. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equa BEECHAM'S PILLS for removing any obstruction or ir- regularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all disorders of the liver, they act like "MAGIC," and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long lost complexion, bring back the keen °if /*PPet*te> and arouse into action with the ROSEBUD of health the whole physical energy of the human frame— These are "FACTS" admitted by thousands, embracing all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the neivous and debilitated is, BEECHAM'S PILLS have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS As a remedy for Coughs in general, asthma, difficulty of breathing, shortness of breath, tightness and oppression of the chest, wheezing. &c., these Pills stand unrivalled They speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let any person give BIF.CHIK S COUGH PILLB a trial, and the most violent cough will in a short time be semoved. PIITTIOS—The public are requested to notice that the wnrda "BMCHAM'S PILLS, St. Helens, are on the Govem- meS Stamp -Wed to each box of the Pills. If not on, thfteparedf0o]Syr*nd sold whole^e and retail by the pro- prietor, T. Beecham, Chemist, St. Helens, Lancashire, in boxes at Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. each. Sent post free from the proprietor, for 16 or 36 stamps. Sold by all Druggist3 and 04 Patent Mediainc Dealer* in Wales. N.B,—Full direotionii art firm with each box. LOYAL PHILANTHROPIC FRIENDLY SOCIETY, j Established 1844, and Registered pursuant to Act of Parliament. '0'- CHIEF OFFICES :—36, ST. ANNE STREET, LIVERPOOL. '0'- Paid in Death Claims R204,000 0 0 It Grants to Members. 5,427: 15 0 DR. Financial Statement from January ist, ISS), to January ist, 1884. CR. je a. d. 4 a. To Nett Capital as per last Statement 322.30 8 6 By Cash—1083 Claims at Death 8848 1 u Cash collected 16300 14 8J 119 Grants to Members.. 176 7 # u Interest, Ac 1442 8 7 OoReotoral Commission and Allow- ances 48^4 10 7| Expenses of Management 3618 7 9 Balance carried down 33987 4 6 JE49973 11 91 44iiY3 11 Pi == To Balance brought down, being the worth of the Society, and consisting of the following Investments, &c. £ s. d. To Mersey Docks and Harbour Board Bonds. 12000 0 0 Liverpool Corporation Bond. 1000 0 0 Birkenhead Corporation Bond. 1000 0 0 Mortgages on Freehold Properties. 16625 0 0 II Freehold Property 1673 19 0 Cash in North Western Bank. 1069 9 4 Treasurer and Oounrty Agents' hands to meet Claims 56i 16 1 f,33,937 4 6 Worth of the Society S33,937 4 5* Saved during the year. 1,706 15 11 Audited by Mr. Frederick Gittins, Chartered Accountant, 40, Castle Street, Liverpool. ACTIVE CANVASSERS WANTED-Apply to Mr. EDWARD BOOLHY, Agent, Brjifflrfd-stwet, Holywell. ESTABLISHED, 1812. :0:- PROCTOR AND RYLAND, ORIGINAL MANUFACTURERS OF PREPARED BONE MANURES, FOR ROOTS, CORN AND GRASS, AMO, SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, :0:- WORKS—CHESTER AND BIRMINGHAM. -:0:- Detailed List, with particulars of Prizes for Roots offered. n 1884, post free. AGENTS: — Mr. James Russell, Brimstage, Birkenhead. Mr George Cross, Sandiway, Northwich. Mr. William Lea, Cranage, Holme* Chapel. Mr. William P. Jones, Ironmonger, Mold. Mr. Henry Mauley, Aston, Nantwich. Mr. Peter Jones, Corn Merchant, Halkyn, Holywell. Mr. J.J. Bancroft, Ruthin. Mr. A. H. ITiompson, Sandbach. Mr. Godfrey Parry, Llansaintffraid, Corwen. Mr. William Jones. Nant Gwilym. Bodfanj phjjd. Mr. Joaeph Lloyd, Miller, St. Asaph. Messrs J. and E. Jones, Bryn»K>n. Caerwy«,T0[wywell. Mr. T. W, Davenport, Corn Merchant, Wrexham. Mr. Robert Roberta. Tanrhwr, Oroes, Dennjpi. Mr W. Griffith*, Cross Keys, Chirk- Mr. John Hughes, Uewelyn Terrace, BEETROOT V. SKIN DISEASE IN DOGS. SPRATT '~S~ PATENT MEAT "FIBRINE" VEGETABLE DOG CAKES (WITH BEETROOT). SINCE WE REVOLUTIONISED the mode of DOG FEEDING over twenty years ago by introducing MEAT DOG BISCUITS we have been constantly experimenting with the view of still further improving our celebrated PATENT MEAT "FIBRINE" DOG CAKES, More especially with the view of obviating the objection raised to all Meat Biscuits-viz., the want of sufficient vegetable matter in them. We found by frequent experi- ments with all kinds of vegetables, that beetroot was the only one which retained its vegetable properties under the great heat of biscuit baking. BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS! SBB EACH CAXB IS STAMPED S P R A T T' S PATENT" AND A "X." DOG MEDICINES AND DOG SOAP. Full List and Pamphlet on Dog Diseases, Post Free. SPRATT'S PATENT, BERMONDSEY, S.E. ONE OF THE BEST OF ALL ALCOHOLIC STIMQUUlfl* Ie BRITIS/I MEDICAL JOURNAL ON WMMTT The under-mentioned "Castle Grand" Whiskies have been aaUcfd ftea "It A Gilbey's Stock of 10,000 Butts, as the choicest specimens of old Scotafc mm idsh Whiskies. I8AU Castle GRAND" SCOTCH WHISKY) Fine Highland Malt Whisky Very old 10 per cent under proof ) Cutlo GRAND" IRISH WHISKY ) Fine Dublin Malt Whisky Very old 3/9 W 10 per cent under Ibdk. Bottl* ilwoM bear W ft A Gilbey's Gold Label and Capsule with 1 VMent Seal on Cork as in margin, and Signature on side of Cork thus— j Q 11 Fi WMB FROM W & A CIIBEV'S AGENTS Ili EVERY TSWK IN THE UKIlED MjBMK ¡ RENOWNED REMEDIES. THE PILLS Purify the Blood, correct all Disorders of the LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, AND BOWELS. They invigorate and restore to health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable ir. all Complaints incidental to Females of all ages. For Children and the aged they are priceless. THE OINTMENT Is an infallible remedy for Dad Legs, Bad Breast?, Old Wounds, Sor s and Ulcers. It is famous for Gout and Rheumatism. FOR DISOBDEBS OF THE CHEST IT HAS NO EQUAL. FOR SORE THROATS, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, COLDS, Glandular Swellings, and all Skin Diseases it has no rival and for contracted and stiff joints it acts like a charm. Manufactured only at THOMAS HOJ.I.OWAY'S Establishment, 78, NEW OXFORD STREET (late 533, OXFORD STREET), LONDON, And are sold at Is. 2s. 9<í., 45. 6d., lis., 22s., and 3Y. each Box or Pot, and may be had of all Medicine Vendors throughout the World. ir.B.—AdviM Chratis, at the above address, daily, between the hours of 11 and 4, or by letter. RE SARAH LLEWELYN, DECEASED. PURSUANT to an Order of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, made in the Matter )f the Estate of Sarah Llewelyn, deceased (Dayies r Browne, 1883, L 78), the Creditors of Sarah Llewelyn, late of Rhyl, in the county of Flint, Spinster, who died on the 5th day of July, 1882, ire on or before the 25th day of MARCH, 1884, to lend by post prepaid to Mr. Folliott Sandford, of Belmont, Shrewsbury, in the county of Salop, the Solicitor of the Defendant, Peter Browne the A.dministrator of the Estate and effects of the leoeased, their Christian and Surnames (including khose of partners) their addresses and descriptions, the full particulars of their claims, a statement of their accounts and the nature of the securities (if any) held by them or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Order. Every Creditor holding any security is to produce the same before Mr. Justice Kay, at his Chambers, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, on FBIDAY, the 4th day of APBIL, 1884, at Twelve o'clock at noon, being the time appointed for adjudicating on the claims. Dated this 22nd day of FEBBUABY, 1884. H. F. CHURCH, Chief Clerk. E. H. BIGGIN, Of 81, Chancery Lane, W.C. Plaintiff's Solicitor. ESTABLISHES 1840. CHURCH OF ENGLAND LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE, TRUST AND ANNUITY INSTITUTION. 9 & 10, KING STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament—4 & 5 Vict., cap. xcii. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, ONE MILLION. ASSURANCES granted on the lives and property of the general public upon very favourable terms and conditions. Sums assured are made payable during life, so as te constitute a provision for old age, as well as against premature death. "Free" Policies are issued, which can never entirely lapse through non-payment of Premiums. The Policies of this Institution now extend to cover Loss or Damage occa-sioned by Lighting, whether the Property imured be set on fire thereby or not. bPECIAL ALLOWANCES made from the Proprietors' Fund in aid of Premiums on both Life and Fire Assurances effected by Clergymen and Ministers, and Members of the Scholastic Profession. Prospectuses, Forms of Proposal, and every infor- mation may be obtained of the undermentioned Agent of the Company or of H. M. BAKER, SEOBETABT. AGENT—J. R. JONES, CAEBWTS SCHOOLS, HOLTWBLL. MARCH, 1884. LIVERPOOL & MOSTYN. The fast-sailing steamer S W I F T S U R E) ROBERT LOWE, Master; Fitted up specially for the station, will ply between LIVERPOOL & MOSTYN, leaving North end of the Prince's Landing Stage, and Mostyn (weather permitting) witttliberty to tow. as under:— DATE. From LIVERPOOL. From MOSTYN. 8 Saturday 1 0 a.m 10 Monday 10 80 a.m. 11 Tuesday 8 0 a.m 12 "Wednesday 0 a.m 18 Thursday 9 Oa.m 14 Friday 30 a.m. 15 Saturday 10 80 a.m 17 Monday 1 0 p.m IS Tuesday 12 0 noon 19 Wednesday 3 16 p.m 30 Thursday 2 0 p.m J1 Friday 3 30 p.m 23, Saturday 2 30 p.m M" Monday 8 30 a.m 86 Tuesday 7 30 a.m 28 Wednesday 9 30 a.m 27 Thursday 8 30 a.m 28 Friday 11 0 a.m 29 Saturday • 30 a.m 31 Monday 1 OP.M.. Heavy Goods received at Chester Basin, near St. George's Baths, for Mostyn Daily at S 30 to 10 0 a.m. and as under— March 12th, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 14th, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.; 19th, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.; 2lst, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 26th, 10 a.m. to t p m. 28th, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. FARES—FORE CABIN, Is. 6d. AFTER CABIN, 2s. 6d. RETURN SAME DAY, 2s. Od. 8s. Od. Light Goods received at Prince's Landing Stage an hour before the time of sailing. The Steamer not to be held responsible for non-sailings. Steamer not accountable for damage or injury to Horses, Carriages, or any Live Stock. Goods when landed arc entirely at the risk of the consignees. Passengers taken on board and landed at New Brighton on notice being given to the Pier Master there. Tickets not transferable. Children Six to Twelve, Half- fare. Special arrangements for Pic-nic, School parties, &e. Refreshments on Board. i L I BOlal iftatt Sttamtrs to UNITED STATES & CANADA FROM LIVERPOOL. SARMATIAN Fou HAuFAx & PORTLAND..Mar. 13 SARDINIAN ..FOR HALIFAX & PORTLAND..Mar. 20 PARISIAN FOB HALIFAX & POBTLAND..Mar. 27 CIRCASSIAN..FoB HALIFAX & PORTLAND.. Apr. 3 NOVA SCOTIAN FOB HALIFAX & BALTIMORE..Apr. 8 POLYNESIANFOBHALIFAX & POBTLAND..Apr. 10 OCEAN RATES: Saloon, 12 TO 21 GUINEAS Intermediate, 1,7 7. STEERAGE, £4 4s. Through tickets at special rates to Chicago, and to all points in the Western States and Canada. tr-r, NOTF.-The best, quickest and cheapest route for Manitoba and the Great North West is by the Mail Steamers of this Line. ASSISTED PASSAGES to HALIFAX are granted to GENERAL LABOURERS, MECHANICS, &e,- for £ 4, and to AGRICULTURISTS, AGRICULTURAL LABouuxBs, and FEMALE DOMESTIC SERVANTS for X3 and T S to Inland points in Canada atSpecia portland Passengers landing at Halit T?ailwav and going inland are accompaxu 1 by the Company's special conductor. PAMPHLETS on Canada and Manitoba and the PAMPHLETS on Canada and Manitoba and the Western States free on application. Full particulars from | ALLAN BROTHERS & CO., JAMBS STREET, LIVERPOOI OR TO- THOMAS BALES, Eyton Terrace Flint. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A G RA NII) B A Z A..A- R AND SALE OF FANCY WORK WILL BE HELD IN THE NEW ASSEMBLY HALL, HOLYWELL, During the first fortnight of the month of J un, 1884. The proceeds to be devoted to the purchase of the Freehold and the renovation of the ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, Holywell. Contributions will be thankfully received by REV. OWEN THOMAS, M.A., PASTOR. MB. HENRY JUDD, TREASURER. MR. THOS. H. WATERHOUSE ) TW c MR. P. HARDING ROBERTS f ii0N- bECS' Further particulars will shortly appear. ROFT TOB TANYARD. JOHN HOLMES, GENERAL DEALER. WHITFORD STREET, HOLYWELL, BEGS to thank the public for the support he has J) received since he has taken over the above business and to intimate that he is still open to buy HORSES, COWS, CALVES, SHEEP AND DONKEYS, either dead or alive, for which he will pay full value, and will fetch them from any distance up to TEN MILES round Holywell. N.B.—Letters or Telegram, promptly attended to. ESTABLISHED, 1854. | £ VANS, RICHARDS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GENERAL DRAPERS, UPHOLSTERY, CARPET, & MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMEN, LONDON ROAD, LIVERPOOL. MOURNING OUTFITS, FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS. IN consequence of their continually increasing Country Orders, both Wholesale and Retail, EVANS, RICHARDS & Co. have made special arrangements in order to more fully develop that department of their trade, and aTe now in a posi- tion to execute all Country Orders with economy, promptitude, and despatch. Orders amounting to Cl and upwards, are forwarded, Carriage Paid, to all parts of North Wales. TEBKS-CASB BEFORE DELIVERY. ESTIMATES GIVEN, PATTERNS SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION. WINTER SEASON, 1883-4. EVANS, RICHARDS, & Co., have much pleasure in announcing that they have, in view of the coming season, made very extensive CASH PURCHASES of all the leading Novelties from LONDON and PARIS, and the undermentioned Departments are replete with new and fashionable goods, offering decided and genuine bargains throughout SEALSKIN MANTLES, LACES. FUR-LINED CLOAKS, SCARFS, FUR CAPES, RIBBONS, JACKETS, OUTFITTING, BONNETS, TRIMMINGS, HATS, GLOVES, COSTUMES, HOSIERY, SILKS, CARPETS. DRESS MATERIALS, CURTAINS, FLANNELS, BEDSTEADS, DRAPERY, BEDDING, BLANKETS, &c., &c., &c. SHIRTS, EVANS, RICHARDS AND CO., LONDON ROAD, LIVERPOOL. MARBLE & LIMESTONE QUARRY, PANTASAPH, NEAR HOLYWELL. MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD STONES, GATE POSTS, WINDOW SILLS AND HEADS, STEPS, COPING, &c. MONUMENTS AND TOMB STONES, &c., In Granite and Foreign Marble. IMPERISHABLE METAL LETTERS. PRICES ON APPLICATION TO- A LANGDON, ST. WINEFRIDE'S HOUSE, WELL STREET, HOLYWELL. "FOR THE BLOOD IS THE Lift- HEaaN worn » FAMEP al-VAid EIITFLIIRMLL TRADE MAEK.—" BLOOD MIXTURE." THE GRËAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. For cleansing and clearing the blood from all imptiritie* ± or ci^nauiK recommended. ^or Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kin. It is » never-failing and permanent cure. It Cures old Sores. Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck. Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs. Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the Face. Cures Scurvy Sores. Cures Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings, Clears the Blood from all impure Matter, From whatever cause arising As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted free from anything injurious to the most delic ite constitution ox either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial o test its value. Thousands of Testimonials from all part8. old in Bottles 2s. 6d. each, and in Cases, containing si* times the quantity, lis. each—sufficient to effect a permanent Ie ure in the great majority of long-standing cases throughout the world, or sent on receipt of 30 or 132 stamps by THE LINCOLN & MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG CO I Wholesa e All Patent Medicine Hosnea.