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fn&tsnuxt's brtØtJ. a^R EAT REDUCTION IN DRAPERY. T. J TVr 1L L 1 A M S, HIGHSTXEET DENBIGH, Begs respectfully to intimate to his numerous Patrons that the regaining portion of his SUMMER GOODS, In all the various Departments, have been Reduced to such Prices as will effect a Speedy Clearance, with a view of making room for heavy L-atuna Parcels. A eøJl is respectfully solicited. 209c BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS! gENJAMIN JJOLGATE, 42 AND 49, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH, BEGS to inform bis Customers and the Public generally that he is now prepared to supply Ladies', Gentlemen's, m.d Children's Boots and Shoes of every description, suitable ;for the present and gcming season. He is now showing a Splendid Assortment of LADIES' OXFORD AND DERBY SHOES of the most fashionable Styles also a Large Stock of Ladies' and Children's Polish Button Boots The Gentlemen's Depart m<»nt will be found replete with every description of Button, Lace, and Elestic-side foets and Shoes, of the Best Quality. All the above Goods will be i ffered at the Lowest Prices possible. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes Made to Order. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. b8366 CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE. < WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, &c • p I E R C E S HENBLAS-STR.EET, WREXHAM, WHERE a well-selected Stock is kept, and sold at the LOWEST REMUNERA- TIVE PRICES. Every Watch and Clock is warranted from one to three years. Every description of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, &o., cleaned and thoroughly repaired. Ten per cent off WEDDING RINGS. NOTE THE ADDRESS D D P- I E R C E WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, R E ,N B L A S S T R E E T (ADJOINING THE VEGETABLE MARKET), W R E X H A M. LONDON. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS WORKS, With NEW snow ROOM, near the Wynnstay Arms, CHESTER STREET, WREXHAM. J. S. CONRAN I BEGS respectfully to inform the Nobility and Gentry of Denbighshire, and of the adjacent Counties that having had his Premises considerably ENLARGED, and hia Workshops increased, he has .ew much greater facilities for carrying on an extended Business. BROUGHAMS, BAROUCHES, LANDAUS, WAGGOETTES, and every description of Four and Two-wheeled Vehicles built to order, of the very best materials, and in the most modern style. Repairs executed with despatch. Carriages exchanged. 6978 JOHN BEIRNE, ALBION CANDLE WORKS, 6?89 TOWN HILL, WREXHAM NOW READY. THE WREN-RA -NI GUARDIAN CRICKET SCORE BOO K SHOWING ANALYSIS OF BOWLING, &e. SINGLE SCORE SHEETS MAY BE HAD FOR ONE PENNY. ApPLY AT THE Guardian OFFICE, WREXHAM. MR. MAURICE, SURGEON DENTIST, LATE PRACTISING WITH MB, HORATIO JONES. of SHREWSBURY, Will attend re». '<rly at WREXHAM, THURSDAY^ FRIDAYS. I ARTIFICIAL TEETH on the most Improved Principles, guaranteed for Comfort, Durability, and Cheapness. EXTRACTION (withoutpain) withthe NITROUS •&IDE GAS. SURGERY at MR. SMITH'S, High-street (-next ieorto the North and South Wales Bank). 9407 JOHN H. KIDD & CO., Manufacturers of RAILWAY' WAGGON COVE RS RICK AND TENT CLOTHS, CART COVERS, LIME SHEETS, All sizes kept in stock. BRATTICE CLOTH, AIR-TUBING, HORSE CLOTHS, W-XTY.UritOOF Rum;, INDIA-RUBBER GOODS Hoofing Dry Hair, and Boiler Felt, SACKS, COTTON WASTE, LAMP WICKS. enICES PUBLIC HALL, WREXHAM. 6991 SUMMER GOODS. BEFORE Purchasing, call and inspect R. ARTHUR DAVIS'S (DENBIGH) Large and Choice Stock of SUMMER GOODS, which comprise all the novelties of the season, and are being offered at very low prices for Nett cask. 8368h F. W. Mawek- HAIR DENSER, AND PERFUMER, WIG MAKER, AND ORNAMENTAL HAIR MANUFACTURER, 1 ARCADE, WREXHAM. 748 NOTICE. Mil, K E N -N E D T, ARCHITECT, PUBLIC HALL, WREXHAM. (Opposite to the Vegetable Market). ARANAIRAA —FNO 9 *.m. to 1 p.m.t ehi fr#a NORTH OF ENGLAND DRESS WAREHOUSE, AUTUMN, 1875. GEORGE JJ E N R Y EE AND COMPANY, BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL; Having made some extraordinary cheap SPECIAL PURCHASES OF DRESS MATERIALS, BLACK SILKS 4s 6d to 10s 6d per yard, COLOURED SILKS in three qualities, In anticipation of the coming Season, will be happy to send Patterns of the same on request. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL. ESTABLISIIM 1835. 396b ESTABLISHED 1835. WHELPTON!S VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS ARE warranted' not to contain a single particle of mercury or any other mineral sub- stance, bat to consist entirely of' medicinal matters parely, vegetable. For forty years they have proved their value in thousands of instances in diseases of the head, chest, bowels, liver, and kidneys; and in all skin complaints are one of the best medicines known. Sold in boxes, price 7 Jd, Is l!d, and 5s 9d each, by G. WHKLPTON and SON, 3, Crane-court, Fleet-street, London; and may be had of all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. Sent free on reeeipt of 8, 14, or 33 stamps. 202o THE LABOUR NEWS AND EMPLOY- JL MENT ADVERTISER. PRICE ONE PENNY. Oflices-1, Long Acre, London, W.C. An Independent Weekly Organ of Information on the Condition and Requirements of the Labour Market in Town and Country, at Home and Abroad. Published for the use of Workmen, Employers, Boards of Guardians, Societies, and all interested in the World's Industry. Correspondence is requested from all parts. The paper should be on the table of every employer in the couatry.Leeds Mercury. Publisher, GEORGE SHEPHERD, to whom'stamps atad P.O.O. should be seat. 7001 NIXEY'S BLACK LEAD. L E A N L I N E'S S.-W. G. NIXEY'S C Refined BLACK LEAD for polishing stoves, &c., equal to burnished steel without waste or dust. Sold everywhere by aU Shopkeepers. CAUTION.—NIXEY'S Refined BLACK LEAD.—Cleanliness.—The proprietor begs to CAUTION the public against being imposed upon by unprincipled manufacturers and tradesmen, who with a view of deriving greater profit, are veBding spurious imitations of the above article. Aek for W. G. NIXEY'S BLACK LEAD, and see that you have it, 12, Soho Square, London, W. W76e. CraSwsnwit's 5UrErr,es&es. MACKINTOSH COATS AND LEGGINGS. MACKINTOSH DRIVING AND RIDING APRONS. MACKINTOSH GARMENTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. S. DAVIES AND SON, 58, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM, JTAVE much pleasure in informing the Public that, in consequence of the great demand for articles of the above-named description, they have just made VERY LARGE PURCHASES, and have now READY FOR INSPECTION a LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF ALL THH NEW MATERIALS AND IMPROVEMENTS IN WATERPROOF GARMENTS. Ladies and Gentlemen are respectfully invited to inspect UPWARDS OF ONE HUNDRED PATTERNS OF VARIOUS •MATERIALS, From any of which COATS and CLOAKS can be made in ANY SHAPE that may be required, and a PEREECT FIT and SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. S. DAVIES SON, 58, HOPE STREET, WREXHAM. PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS. W. G. Helsbt> jun-> (BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT) ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER, 24, TALE-STREET, DENBIGH (Nearly opposite the N.P. Bank). Late of 34, Church-street, Liverpool. The STUDIO is Opened from Ten a.m. till dusk for the production of HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY At Moderate Prices, with Despatch. All the Newest Styles of Portraiture. An inspec- tion of specimens solicited. No extra charge for Children's Portraits. Two positions always taken, and proofs submitted for approval. Photographs or other Pictures Framed. A large assortment of Frames for Cartes and Cabinets in metal, ivory, gilt velvet, and leather in stock. Cartes of the Denbigh New Church Reredos for Six Stamps. I THE ART STUDIO, 24, VALE-STREET, DENBIGH. [Appointments can be made by Post.] 37h RICHARD EVANS & COMPANY, "W R E X H A. M. PURE AERATED MINERAL WATERS. SODA WATER, LEMONADE, &ELTZER WATER," POTASS WATER, | GINGERADE, ] QUININE TONIC, AND LITHIA WATER. These and other Aerated Beverages are prepared with the utmost care by Practical Chemists. r Oun Vans deliver on regular days throughout the year at the following places:— WREXHAM, PENLEY, CAERGWRLE, RUABON, TILSTON, RHOS, CHIRK, BE'RSHAM, CEFN, GOBOWEN, FARNDON, RFLOSYMEDRE, MALPAS, BANGOR ISYCOED, BRYMBO, ELLESMERE, VRON, MINERA, OSWESTRY, FFRITH, TRYDDYN, HANMER, MOSS, PONTBLYDDYN. GRESFORD, ROSSETT, We also forward, CARRIAGE PAID, to any Bhilway Station in the Kingdom. AERATED WATERS IN FRENCH SYPHONS. ORDERS PH POST OR TELEGRAM PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. RICHARD EVANS AND COMPANY, WREXHAM 14 OJ MR. T. H. COLEMAN, SURGEON DENTIST RBGB N T-STBEET, (Opposite the Savings Bank), WREXHAM, BEGS to inform the public that his NEW ESTABLISHMENT, lately known as Davis'i Temperance Hotel, is now completely fitted up to suit the comfort and convenience of his patients. TEETH extracted without pain by NITBOUS OXIDB GAS. ARTIFICIAL TEETH supplied at lowest possible prioej. Natural appearand and comfort guaranteed. A private Waiting Room for each patient. May b« consulted daily without charge. ESTABLISHED EIGHT YEARS. TRY R A S E R'S WORKMEN'S TWO GUINEA WATCHES. 42, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. 8486o PT1HE BRITISH HON let loose. The JL sale of this satirical Britisher is immense. Price Twopence post free for three'stamps. Usual terms to Newsvendors. Published Monthly at the Office, 8, Piccadilly London, W. 375o WESTERN MAIL. Is distributed throughout eight counties, viz:— GLAMORGANSHIRE, CARMARTHENSHIRE, PEMBROKESHIRE, CARDIGANSHIRE. BRECONSHIRE, RADNORSHIRE, MONMOUTHSHIRE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, and extensively in the ad- joining Western Counties. WESTERN MAIL. The oldest and only eight page daily newspaper published in South Wales and the West of England. Price One Penny. WESTERN MAIL. Has a Certified Cir- » dilation four times as great as any other daily paper published in the district. TX7"ESTERN MAIL. Is unsurpassed as a medium for all classes o advert'SMnents, and iB used V hit ocai MCMUM, auctioneers, parochial autho- rities, railway and assurance companies, county officials &c., &c. WEEKLY MAIL. The largest circu lated weekly paper in the Principality. HEAD OFFICES ST MARY-STREET, CARDIFF SWANSEA OFFICE CASTLE-SQUARE. NEWPORT OFFICE COMMERCIAL-STREET MERTHYR TYDFIL OFFICE HIGH-STREET. LONDON OFFICES 130, FLEER-ERAEST, and 108. BISHOPOATF,-STREET, CITY. 7BS INSTITUTION OF LANGUAGES 19, WEITETRIARS, CHESTER. FKOFESSOR W. GEORGES-SCHLSINITZ, Late French and Classical Master at the Military Academy. Berlin; Appointed Successor to Mons. Junod; FRENCH AND GERMAN MASTER AT Birkenhead College, Birkenhead, Miss Jones's Ladies' School, Birkenhead; Miss Gatchell's Ladies' Schsol, Birkenhead; Fairfield Classical and Commercial School, Liverpool; Prince's Park School, Liverpool; Mrs Wilson's Ladies' School, Wrexham Miss Morris's Lakes' Schoo), Great Crosby; and at several First-class Schools in Chester. PROFESSOR GEORGES-SCHLEINITZ Jt- teaches on the method now adopted for several years past by the German, Swiss, and Russian Govern- ment Schools, and which has in these countries proved so highly successful with respect to its practical results. In France tho same method has been recently introduced into all Public Schools by order of the Government. Principals of thy Schools where Professor Georges- Schleinitz teaches in Lancashire, Cheshire, and Wales, and his numerous Private Pupils, acknowledge that this method has produced higher and more practical results than those generally arrived at by any other system. Children may begin at a very early age, deriving sub- stantial advantages from it; and as Professor Georges- Schleinitz applies his system to whatever text books are already in use, no further change in them is needed. Prospectus, with terms and references, on application to above address; or to Mrs Wilson's School, 14, Gros- venor-road, Wrexha*. 7887h THE MONETARY AND MINING GAZETTE. A reliable Record and Review of Mining, Financial, and all other Joint-Stock Undertakings. Every Saturday Morning, price 4d.; annual subscrip- tion, payable in advance, 15s.; free by post, 17s 6d. Original articles on topics pertaimng directly or in- directly to joint-stock undertakings. Reports of shareholders' meetings, accompanied by such observations as they may appear to demand. An examination and analysis of directors' reports and balance sheets, as showing the actual condition of a com- pany's finances and resources. Reports of the working, progress, and prospects of mining undertakings, supplied weekly, or as frequently as may be necessary to Keep all interested in them well informed as to their present and future. Notes on all notable things relating to joint-stock companies occurring during the week. Details of the products, constitution, capital, and posi- tion of all such mining undertakings as are deemed worthy of public confidence, carefully revised, as changes in them occur. Published by Thomas Lowther, at the offices, 213, Gresham House, Old Broad-street, E.C. and Edward Curtice, 12, Catherine-street, Strand, W.C.; and sold by Everett and Sons, 17, Royal Exchange, London, and all n«jws-vendors. 6896 BREAKFAST.—Epps's Cocoa.—Grateful andGomforting -By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the tine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr Et) shas provided our breakfast tabled with a delicateiy favoured-beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold by grocers in packets only, labelled "James Epps and Co., Homoao- pathic Chemists, 48, Threadneedlrf Street, and 170, Pic- cadilly; Works. Eust.on road, London. 6721 FLORILINE !-FOR THE TEETH AND BREATH.—A few drops of the liquid Fiorili-ne" sprinkled orr a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teoth !'rom all parasites or im- purities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, ana a delightful fragrance to the breath, It removes all un- pleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. "Tiie Fragrant Floriliue," being composed iu part of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s 6d ofall Chemists and Perfumers. Prepared. by Henry GALLUP, 493, Oxiurd-street, London. u THE HAIR.—fcor Forty years Mrs 6. A Allen's World s Hair Restorer has received the commendation and favour of the public. It. has acquired the highest place that can be obtained for any moderate enterprise, and con- tributed to the adornment of tens of thousands of persons, who have the proof of its serviceable character. It will positively renew and restore the original and natural colour of grey, white, andfaded Hair. It will strengthen and invigorate the Hair,stop its falling, and induce a healthy aud luxuriant growth. No other pre- paration can produce the same beneficial result. Sold by all Chemists and Perfumers, in large bottles, 6s. Depot, 114 and 116, bouthamptou Mow, London. 211 THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.—All suf- ering from irritation «f the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate rehe. afforded by the use of Brown's Bronchial Troches,' These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most re- spectable chemists in this country at is ill-d per box. People troubled with a hacking cough," a slight cold." or bronchial aifections, cannot try them too SOOM, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary end Asthmatic affections. See that the words Brown's Bronchial Troches" are on the Government Stamp around each box.—Manufactured by JOHN 1. BROWN & SONS, Boston, United States Depot, 493, Oxford-street, Loudon. ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle ot MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harm less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub Swakes as bright as a button." It soothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teethins or other causes. Airs Winslow's Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers everywhere at Is Hi per bottle.-Mauufactured in New York, and at 493 Oxford- treet London.
THE ROYAL VISIT TO INDIA.
THE ROYAL VISIT TO INDIA. The Prince of Wales arrived early on Saturday morning at Brindisi, where he was received by Admiral di San Bon, the Italian Minister of Marine, and obtained a hearty welcome from the people who had assembled near the railway ter- minus. His Royal Highness and suite went at once on board the Serapis. Breakfast was served, and shortly before noon the Serapis steamed out of the harbour, escorted by the Italian ironclads and saluted by two of her Majesty's ships. The Prince arrived at Athens on Monday morn- ing. On landing with his brother-in-law, King George, who had gone on board to meet him, his royal highness was received with much popular enthusiasm, the streets being thronged with people, and the town, as well as the ships the in harbour, being decorated with flags. The Prince left Athens on Wednesday afternoon, having had an enthusiastic welcome and many expressions of sympathy from the Greek nation. The Prince, accompanied by the King, went for a drive on Monday afternoon. His Royal High- ness occupied the place of honour by the side of the Queen. In the evening the ancient monu- ments were brilliantly illuminated, and the whole of the Acropolis was lighted up with Bengal fires. The Prince, their Majesty's and Royal family, were present. There was an immense crowd of spectators. The King gave a State dinner in honour of the Prince, at which Vice Admiral Drummond, the Hon. W. Stuart, the British Minister, and Mrs Stuart, and the members of the British Legation were present. On Tuesday morning the Prince, accompanied by his suite, went to spend the day at the Royal country seat, of Tatoi Chareau.1
Live beyond your means, and you will soon fiad it beyond your means to live. The election for Armagh city took place on Monday, with the following result:—Beresford (C), 278; Kaye (L), 247. Mr W. H. Gladstone, M.P., and the Hon. Mrs Gladstone have left Cliveden, the Duke of Westminster's seat, near Maidenhead, for Hawarden Castle, Flint- shire. On Friday morniug the Rev John Robinson, of Woolhampton, Berks, unhappily stumbled as he was descending at Messrs Cassell, Petter, and' Galpin's Printing Works,- Bride-lane, London, and fell to the bottom. On being taken up it was found that his neck was broken and his skull badly fractured, so that he shortly afterwards expired. The health of Thomas Wainwright, who was last week committed for trial for being accessory to the murder of Harriet Lane, has broken down under the anxiety caused by the long examination into the case before the police magistrates. His illness prevented the removal of himself and brother to the gaol of Newgate for a few days. It is announced that the Great Western Railway htve entered into negotiations for the purpose of taking over 4 the undertaking of the Bristol and Exeter Railway, on the basis of paying the proprietors G per cent. for the next seven years, and 6t per cent. in perpetuity; Bristol and Exeter stock has gone up considerably in con- sequence of the probability that the atrangement will be carried out. The Home Secretary on Saturday received an address from the Edinburgh Working Men's Conservative Association, wherein he was thanked for his exertions on behalf of the working classes. Mr Cross, in reply, referred to the satisfactory manner in which several acts passed last session were adapting themselves to the interests of the people. He defended Government against the charge of submissive" legislation, and stated that the commission appointed to inquire into the operation of the labour laws was not intended, as some said, to be an expedient to shelve this question. The formation of a public opinion among working men was strongly urgdd, and, in conclusion, the speaker expressed his belief that the advance of education and the improve- ment of dwellings would cause an immense change for the better in tho condition of the masses. THE TU-VNEL SCHEME UNDER THE MERSEY.—Mr W, Williams, a member of the Liverpool Town Council, is making arrangements for a public meeting in the month of November, at which he will explain his plans for the construction of a tunnel between Liverpool and Birken- head, and the consequent more direct railway communica- tion with North Wales. The scheme is for the sinking of an iron subway in a groove to b3 cut in thj bed of the Mersey of sufficient diameter to admit the ordinary rail- way carriages. The cast iron tubes will in no case be less than 2t inches in thickness, and it is contended that the tunnel can be formed at a cost considerably below that of the construction of an ordinary tunnel. Starting from ITontenoy-street in Liverpool, with an intermediate station at the Exchange, and, passing under the Prince's Landing-stage, the line would touch the opposite shore at Seacombe (whence a short line would run,-to New Brighton), thence under the Great Float, through. Birkenhead by Heswall, under the Dee to Bagillt. whe.e it is possible a junction might be effetted with the Chester and Holyhead line. Fro:n Bacilli it is proposed to run eastward by Flint and Connai^s Quay and br Hawarden to join the Mold Branch Railway. The liighfc Hon. W. E. Gladstone has, we understand, expressed his opinion that a tunnel under the Mersey would be of great importance to Liverpool and Birkenhead, and has inti- mated that if the concurrence of those who have a pro- prietary interest in the land und in the mining and quarrying industries of North Wales can be obtained, he shall be willing, sometime in the ensuing month, tOo attend the public meeting over which Li,-ul,Coloael Steble, the present jMayor of Liverpool, has promised to preside, < MANUFACTURE OF Cocok.-Il We will now give all. account of the process adopted by Messrs James Epps- and Co., manufacturers of dietetic articles, at their worse in the Euston-road, London."—See article in CasselVt Household Guide. 6721 STEDMAN'S TEETHING POWDER.-lrs Hughes, of Beechfield, Poulton-ie-Fylde, Lancashire, writes L have used your teething powders regularly for nearly two years, and i-n no single instance have I found them, fail. No words of mine can half express the confidence I have in them, nor convey any idea of the great value and comfort they have been to me and many other mothers to whom I have recommended them." VALUABLE DISCOVERY FOR THE HAIR.—If your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use The Mexican Hair Renewer." for it will positively restore in every case Grey or White hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most Re- storers." It makes the hair charmingly beautifnl, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald, spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for the MEXICAN HAIR RENEWES," prepared by Henry C. GALLUP, 493, Oxford-street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers every- where at 3s Gd per bottle. EPPS'S COCOA.—GRATEFUL AXD COMFORTING.— By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutri- tion, and by a careful application. of the fine pro- perties of well-selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctor*' bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to dis- ease. Hundreds of subtile maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak eoint. Wean.-iy escape many a. fatal shaft by keep- ag ourselves well for' itied with pure blood and a poperly nourished frame."—Civil Service Gazetio GOCHELWCH T DVNWAREDIAD TWYLLODROS 0 Ar.L- COCK'S POROUS PLASTEK.—Oblegid y gwerthirait an- arferoi y mae y Planter, roagorol hyn wedi ei gael, a'c rhinwedaau rhagorol sydd ynduyot at y lwytiw: t (/;<<- bago). y gi UII wt sciatici), poenau yu yr ochr a'r cefn, iL pboena u a deiinlir yu lleoi, y taao personau diegwyddoc wedi bod yn gwneuihur nc vu (:y,,yg ur worth blasteri ffugiol, o wneuMiuriad a dwvllayr ae fei uuÍg oruchwyliwr dros Bcyd.uu Fawr a'r IwedJan. ui" gailait sicrhau fed yr an o'r Piastsri hyn yn hur joud Y sawl y bydd stamp y Llywodraeth a'r geiritu byn, mewa. llythyrenau gw-, Atlcock and CQ. Porous Plasters -.nnynt; a sicrha y cyhoedd iddynt ea hunain y gwir Blastr chwys !v!!og drwy omedd prynut heb i'r geiria ullJd fod aii., D. Brandrefch,. Liverpool, unig oruchwyliwr dros Ewrop a'r Trefadig- hau.-Cospir maelwyr mown olast«ri twyllodrus. DELICATE CHILDREN.—Weakening diseases require tonic treatmcnt.-The condition of the blood in children suffering from general debili!y. rickets, Hphi.il disease, wasting, paralysis and consumption; from spasmodic, croup, Epilepsy, worms, weak eyes, and all eruption?, st one of poverty, requiring a touic to enrich it, and cltjar the system liVm all impurities. The best medicine far- all the abova ailments is Stedman-!Jhillips Tonic Dr which will add color to th cheeks and restore the litrfe patients to robust health, and paicnis should not fail to give them a proper course. Prices io-Vd, 2s. d, and 3 64. -Of all chemists or large bottle s.nt for Ù¡'- P.O.O. by the proprietor of Stedmsn's Teething Powders, the safest remedy of their kind for infants teething. Depot. -78, East-road, Loudon, N. BEWARE OF PIRATICAL IMITATIONS OF ALLCOCKII POROUS PLASTER.—Owing to the wonderful OALU these celebrated plasters have obtained by their curative pro*. perties in lumbago, sciatica, rheumatism, pains in si<le and back, and. in short, all pains and local AFFECTIOAS^ some unprincipled parties have been manufacturing and offering for sale spurious piasters, put up in such A manner so as to deceive the unwary, and, as sole agejsfc for Great Britain and Ireland, lean guarantee "no<W§ genuine save they bear on the Revenue Stamp, in whiSe letters, the words li Tt!,)-i. ALLCOCIC & Co. Poswa PLAS*KRS," and the puH. T I-er purchasing unkw this is on, will sectire to THEMSELVES the genuine Poraae Pliteter. Henry D. Brandreth, Liverpool, sole ugent FCAR Europe*-)IID the Colonies. Dealer* in spurious pl&staes will be prosecuted HTM