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Sntbcsmeu's Jlbbrtsscs. J, E. P0WELL- WREXHAM. J. E. POWELL having made altera.. tibns in premises, bees to invite the attention of parties furnishing, builders. farmers, colliory proprietors, and mana- gers to his large and well-selected stock, ttNoprising the following departments. HOUSE FURNISHING. BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS IN FRENCH AND HALF-TESTER, FENDERS & FIRE IRONS, COAL VASES, f BLECTBO-PLATED AND BRITANNIA METAL GOODS, CUTLERY, TRAVELLING TRUNKS, feiTHS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TOILET WARE TEA TRAYS, AND EVERY DESCRI PTION OF JAPANNED GOODS BRUSHES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, WASHING MACHINES AND MANGLES, PARAGON OR QUET, LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN ROLLERS, GARDEN SEATS AND CHAIRS, JiTERY DESCRIPTION OF KITCHEN UTENsilLS. BUILDING. KITCHEN RANGES AND GRATES, HALF REGISTER & REGISTER GRATKS, ENAMELLED SL AND MARBLE MANTLEPIECES, RIM, MOR ISE, PLA. AN 3 1) 2 v ) & & JOINERS' TOOLS. COLLIERY REQUISITES. BAB IRON AND STEE BEST BOILEK PLATES, BEST BEST-TESTED CHAIN, FIRE PROOF BRATTICE CLOTH, TULOANISED SHEET RUBBER AND WASHERS, SHOVELS AND N "ILS OF EVERY DESCWIP1 ION, BRASS AND IRON SfEAM TUBES AND FITTINGS. 1/4 2in, PATENT FUSE. SMITH'S TOOLS, COPPER RAMMERS A\D CARTRIDGE CASES, (As per New Mines Regulation Act), OOTTON WASTE. LAMP COTTON. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. First Prize of the Denbighshire and Flintshire Agricultural Society awarded to B. Powell, 1868, & 1872. MOWING AND REAPING MACHINES, HORSE RAKES, BBVERLEY & BRISTOL CO'S. CARTS, OOIB YARN FOR THATCHING PURPOSES, OHAFF CUTTERS, ROOT PULPERS, GRIST MILLS, OIL CAKE MILLS, æKOIJK 4 DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGHS, ZIG-ZAG & CHAIN HARROWS, &c., Ac. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY REPAIRED ON THE PREMISES. FI&ST PRIZE FOR IMPLEMENTS OF TUII DENBIGHSHIRE AND FLINTSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AWARDED TO ¡; E. POWELL, AUGUST 5, 1876. pf.aAas Non Address :— J. E. POWELL, WHOLESALE & RETAIL IRONMONGER, IRON MERCHANT, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEPOT, TOWN HILL, ft 7, ABBOT-STRBBT, WREXHAM. 15So MR. T. H. COLEMAN SURGEON DENTIST RKOE N T-STR SI T [Opposite the 8avtngs Bank), WREXHAM, BEGS to inform the public that his NEW tB ESTABLISHMENT, lately known as Davig'i Temperance Hotel, is now completely fitted up to suit the comfort and convenience of his patients. TEETH extracted without pain by NITBOUS OXIDI CJu. ARTIFICIAL TEETH SUPPLIED at lowest possible prioes. Natural appearand aú c««fort guaranteed. A private Waiting Room for each patient. May Be Marked dailv without ,huH- bhrtsSts. NORTH W AL-E S CARRIAGE -WORKS. ESTABLISHED 1762. JACKSON AND SONS, HOLT STREET, WREXHAM, EXHIBITORS OF THE "ECLIPsE" STANHOPE PHOTON, &.e., In the INDUSTRIAL ANNEXE at the WREXHAM FINE ARTS EXHIBITION. BTBRTJZDESCRIPTION OF MODERN CARRIAGES BUILT TO ORDER ON THE MOST IMPROVED PRINCIPLES. DESIGNS FORWARDED, POST FR2E, ONI APPLICATION. 231 o THE WREXHAM DISTRICT pERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY, (Incorporated under The Building es Act," 1874). TRUSTEES. THi, HON. G. T. KENYON, I SIR R. A. CUNLIFFE, BART., THE REV D. HOWELL, PETER WALKER, ESQ., W. OVERTON, ESQ., J.P., W. LOW, ESQ., J.P. DIRECTORS. MX. WM. SNAPE, Chairman, I MR. J. F. EDISBURY, I MR. W. GARRATT-JOUES, DR. BURTON, MR. W. H. HUGHES, MR. RD. CHADWICK, MR. T. STBACHAN, MR. C. K. BENSON, MR. E. SMITH. AUDITORS. MR. F. STORR, I MR. G. E. WOODFORD, BANKERS. THE NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK. SOLICITOR. MR. EVAN MORRIS. SECRETARY. MR. R. C. FEARNLEY. PROSPECTUSES and RULES to be had at the Office of the Society, 3, ARCADE CHAMBERS, HIGH-STREET, \\REX"AM. SHARES X50 EACH, payable in 7, 10, or 14 years. Advances made on Mortgage Security to Shareholders, reparable in 5, 7, 10. It, 181, or 22 years. SUBSCRIPTION MEETINGS will be held on the First, Monday in every month, at seven p.m., at No 3, Arcade Chambt-rs. Wrexham, or members may, at their option, pay their subscriptions at the Secretary's Office on aay day (Saturdays and Sundays excepted), between the hours of two and five in the afternoon. 1199o A UAHD. rp H 0 M A S pt I C H A R D S JtL No. 3, YORKE-STREET, WREXHAM, PRACTICAL TAILOR AND WOOLLEN DRAPER. Gentlemen's first-class DRESS MATERIALS ia an extensive variety, at the most economical prices. A PERFECT FIT Guaranteed. A Lar and Superior Stock of Gentlemen's HOSIERY. Hats, &c. 1150 IJMJRMSHING Wnrelicuse and Depot of itit Patent Metallic Coffin Co., BL. Bridge Street JJ WILLIAM PIERCE. PROPRIETOR. 61- BY APPOINTMENT TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES. JOHN ROBERTS, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 4, VALE STREET, DENBIGH, .n In returning thanks to the numerous friends and patrons who hive so kindly supposed him during the time he his carried on ,he shove bu-ioe«s, begs to announce that he has relmqui>hed the Sotme in favour of NI r J 011-N J. HARDWI JKE, who has been his Foreman and Cutter for the last fifteen years, to whom he trusts the sauie liberal support will be given. Denbigh, July 20th, 187ti. JOHN J. H A R D W I C K E, In SHceeedine to .he above business, respectfully solicits a continuance of the kind favours bestowed upon his predecessor, aurlng then that no effort shall be wanting on his part to merit t:.eir support and patronage, and fiom his past, experience in London und Paris, feels confident that h<> is able to supply them with articles not to be surpassed for wear, style, and tit by apy house in the Kintrdom, at prices which defy competition. 106o ESTABLISHED 1838. S. DAVIES & SON, MILITARY TAILORS, 58, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. SPECIALITIES HOSIERY. HATS. GLOVES. PORTMANTEAUS. RUGS. DRESSING GOWNS. MACINTOSH COATS. UMBRELLAS. AU DEPARTMENTS are complete with a STOCK of GENTLEMEN'S WEARING APPAREL OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 296e "SLTR. EDWARD W. KEATINGE, SUEGEON DENTIST, CYNVAL VILLAS KINM EL-STREBT, RHYL. Nine years with Mr James B. Lloyd, Rodney-street, Liverpool. Attendance every Wednesday, at Miss Jones's, Milliner, 11, High-street (corner of Crown-square), Denbigh Teeth painlessly extracted under the influence of nitrous oxide gas ANTHRACITE COAL, FOR MALTING AND LIME BURNING. D. AND H. C. EVANS, Colliery Proprietors, Swansea. AGBNT FOR NORTH WALES, W G AAIBLE, MERCHANT AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENT WREXHAM. Priees-delivered at anv Railway Station—on application. W. G. also supplies Best Wallsend" House Coal. 71 lh NOTICE. 3in H. Kennedy ARCHITECT, PUBLIC HALL, WREXHAM. (Opposite to the Vegetable Market). ART TREASURES EXHIBITION. INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. J. E. pOWELL BEGS respectfully to invite the attention of Colliery Proprietors, Managers, and Users of Steam, to his stand at the above Exhibition, comprising VERTICAL ENGINE AND BOILER, Brass and Iroo J "team Cocks, Brass Water and Steam Guages, Water Guage Glasses and Rings, Brass and Iron Steam Unions, Iron Steam Fittings, Vulcamsed Sheet Rubber and PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS :— J. E. POWELL, WHOLESALE & RETAIL IRONMONGBE, IRON MERCHANT, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEPOT, 6, TOWN HILL, AND 7, ABBOT-STREET. WREXHAM. Agent for J. Cooke and Co.'s Patent Safety L»»nps. WILLIAM PIERCE, GENERAL UNDERTAKER, BRIDGE-STREET, WREXHAM, AGENT tu the Patent Metallic Air-tight Coffin Company, Limited. Works and Offices: 158, GREAT CHARLES-STREET, BIRMINGHAM. These Coffins are covered with white, black and crimson cloth or velvet, and every design of coloured adirjt&I rj-ni iniei B uwd Thij u: oaly 1 -tu. tl13 weight of aad Coffins, and ara jaore durable. The expense is so small that they can be used for all funerals except those of tne very poorest class. Various sizes Kept in stock. TIMBER, SLATES, BRICKS, TILES, CEMENTS, LATHS, SEWERAGE PIPES And all other Building Materials, AT E, MEREDITH JONES'S TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW MILL, C STRKBT, WREXHAM. 15o HANDSOME PRESENT. REVISED Edition, Folio, about 200 pages, f 13/6^°^ Free by Post, securely packed THE GEMS OF WELSH MELODY, BY JOHN Owim (Owain Alaw), Containing several New Songs and Pieces, words in English and Welsh; with Symphonies and Accompani- ments for Piano and Harp, for 100 Pieoes. London Simpkin, Marshall, and 0.. Wrexham Hughes and Son. Firetuseeond, third, and Jfourth Series separately, 2/6 each rn glazed cover. New Edition of ROWT,AVn.ql wptcn ""n. &rai>tsnun's b(}rtSSt HAND LOOM BLACK SILKS. E. gMITH Begs tc invite attention to his stock of the above, for which he is sole in Wreiham, being made of the fiiest Italian silk, in warp and weft, and of perfectly pure dye, free from all sizing. He confidently recommends them for dara- bility, for retaining their lustre throughout constant usage, and not to split or wear greasy. Silk, Costume, and Mantle Warehhuse. MILLINERY & DRESSMAKING. 26 HIGH-STREET, WRBXHAM. THE OLD TEA WAREHOUSE, FAMILY GROCERY, FOREIGN AND COLONIAL STORES. 14, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. C. K. lOENSON AND CO., PROPRIETORS. These STORES are established to supply the Public with TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, FOREIGN & COLONIAL GOODS, GENERAL GROCERIES: &c., &c., at the LOWEST MARUT PRICB?. Taking QUAIITY as the STANDARD OF VALUE and the TEST OF CHEAPNESS, C. K. B. and Co. confidently that Goods purchased at their Stores annot be surpassed by any Stores, Firm, or Company n the kingdom. DELIVERY OF GOODS C. K. B' and Co. deliver all Orders, free of charge' bv their own Vnns, or by Carrier, or Carriage Paid to the nearest Railway Station. Orders oer Post, Carrier, or Messenger, will have im I mediate attention HOURS OF BUSINESS. C. K B. and Co's Stores are opened at 8 a.m., closed at 7 p.m. On Thursdays at p.m.. and Saturdays a' 10 30 p.m N.B—They will he entirely closed oa the four èlan set apart as Bank Holi iavs. THE OLD TEA WAREHOUSE, 14, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. 1193 I VAUGHAN'S BATHS, 14 & 15, HIGH-STREET, R H T L, Are NOW OPEN LJr the Season. HOT, Cold, and Tepid Pure Sea Water Bitbs can be hai from 6 a.m -nHl 10 p.m. dailv. Also constructed Bathing Machines upon the beach, for both ladies and gentlemen. SEA BATHING TIME TAHLE FOR SEPT., 1S76. M'rming. Evening. M'rming. Evening. 2 Saturday 7 30 „ 1 30 4 Mondav 8 30 2 30 6 Wednoaday 9 0 3 0 7 Thursday I1 0 4 Q 8 Friday 10 30 „ 4 30 9 Saturday 11 0 6 0 11 Monday 12 30 6 SO 12 Tuesday 13 Wedne dav 5 31 „ 9 0 3 30 7 C 15 Friday fi O „ 12 0 6 0 8 0 lfi Saturd y 7 0 1 0 18 I 8 31 „ 2 30 20 Wednesday 9 0 „ 3 0 21 T> ursday 10 0 „ 4 o 22 Friday 10 30 4 30 23 Sa urday 11 0 5 0 26 Monday LI 30 to C 30 26 Tuesday 7 < 27 Wednesday 6 30 8 31 11 7 0 29 Friday 6 0 11 30 1804 IMPERIAL ADVANCE BANK. 27, SOUTH JOHN-STREET, LIVERPOOL. MONEY TO LEND. IN TOWN OR COUNTRY. WITHOUT ANY KIND OF SURETIES. THE STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED. £20 TO .£2,000. READY to be advanced at a few hours notice, in snms to suit Gentlemen or Ladies (householders), without any kind of sureties, and with the utmost secrecy, repayable by easy instal- ments. MOST IMPORTANT TO Farmers, Cowkeepers, Car Proprietors, Shopkeepers, and others..£20 to £ 2,000 can be obtained, with- out any delay, in sums to suit them upon their own undertakings, without the aid of friends to become sureties for them, which can be repaid monthly. quarterly, or other terms, as may be agreed upon, to enable them to increase their stocks, and render them every kind of temporary accommodation. EXECUTIONS OF EVERY KIND PAID OUT. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. EVERY INFORMATION WILLINGLY AFFORDED FOR WHICH NO CHARGE IS MADE. Apply personally, or if by letter state amount required. EDMUND HENRY, MANAGER. 9 Deposits received.
MB MAURICE, SURGEON DENTIST, has removed to Mr N. S. Scotcher* High-street, Wrexham Regular attendance on Thursday and Friday [ABVT.] STEDMAH'S TEETHING POWDEH.—ILIS dagoes, o Beeehfield, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, writes:—" I have used your teething powders regularly for nearh two years, and in no single instance have ] found them fail. No words of mine c*n half express the confidence I have in them, nor convey aay idea of the great value and comfort they have been to me and many ether mothers to whum I have recommended them." VALUABLE DISCOVERY FOB THE HATE.—If your hair is turning grey or white, or tallin* off, use Mexican Hair Renewer." for it will positively restore in every case Grey or White hair to its original col our without leaving the disagreeable smell of most Re storers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not deoayed. Ask your Chemist for the "MEXICAN HAIR RENEWEa," prepared by Henry C. GALLUP, 493, Oxford-slreet, London, and sold by Chemists aad Perfumers every- where at 3s 6d per bottle. ADVICE TO MOTHERS !—Are you broken in your reet by a sick child suffering witn the pain of cutting teeth? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of I' Mas. WIKSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is i erfectly harm less and pleasant to taste, it produces Latural, quiet sleep bytehevingthe child from pain, ai d the little cherub awakes as bright as a button." It oothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind regulates the boels, and is the best known remedy for, dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from tecthint ,.r'
CRICKET. EATON PARK r CRE"TER -The RETURN ""11tc:h between these cluhs wap phlyed on the ground of the latter on Saturday last, nd resulted in a victory for Eaton Park by 31 runs with two wickets to fall. CHESTER (2ND ELEVEN) ? CIVIL, SERVICE (CHESTER),-This match was played on the ground of the former, on Thursday week, and resulted in a victory for the "Service" Score:—Chester, 4U; Civil Service, 106. In the second innings, Chester scored 86 with the loss of seven wickets. WEEXHAX v OSWESTy.-Thls match was plaved at Oswestry, on Saturday, August 19th, with the following result. Score: WKEXHAM. OSWESTET. i^' T?ross' k 0 A. F. Jones, b Thomson 1 Or. Thomson, b G^ugh 43 A. G. Davies, b Rowland 1 A. R. ABpinall, bO'Hara. 10 L. Heath, c A. R. Aspinall H. C. Cross, b O.Ham 3 b Thomson 1 F. G. Aman, ct. Galloway 2 C. Galloway, cW. Aspinall, T. W. Rowland, c Fen wick, b Stanford 14 b O Hara 3 J. O'Hara, b 8tanford 15 W..Stanford not out 3 J. F. Davies, cE. A. Cross, U. H. Broucht-on, c Gal- b A man I loway. b O Hara 4 T. Lewis, I.b.w., b R-owiaiad 6 W. Aspinall, b Williams 3 T. F. Williams, bStanford 13 W. U Aspinall, c Heath, W. C. Fenwick. run out 8 b O Hara 5 J. Pickstock, b Thomson. 14 G. Morrison, bO Hara 0 W. Gonsh, not out 6 Extras. 14 Extras. 17 90 97 WREXHAM 1" VTHITTINGTON.—This match was played at Wrexham, on Saturday last, and ended with the following result. Score: WREXHAM. WHITTINGTON. A. C. Low, b Beckett 1 J. B. Lloyd, b Kvrke õ H. C. Cross, run out 9 J. Pritchard, b Kyrke 1 G. F. Thomson, c Gal- J. F.Cooper notout 57 lowav, b Beckett 2 C. H. Wright, b Morgan 1 A. R. Aspinall, c Oswell, b E. M. Thelwall, I.b.w., b Beckett o K,rke l R. H. V. Kyrke, b Wriht Ii T. lIswell. b Kyrke. 7 Capt. Williamson, run ont I A. How. b Thomson S 0 G. Jones, b Wriprht 0 H. O. Howe, o Williamson, I. W. Rowland, not out. 5 b Thomsom 8 E. Morgan, c Lloyd, b G. Galloway, b Powland 0 Wrizht I T. Ward, b Thomson. 6 G, Sherratt, c How, b T. Lloyd, c Broughton, b right 8 Thomson 0 U. Brousjhton, c How, b J. Beckett, st. Sherratt, b Beckett 1 Thomson o F. Aman, c How, b Beckett 0 Extras 9 Extras 17 54 L OR WIRRLL V BROMBORO' POOL.-This match was played on Saturday last, on the ground of the latter, and resulted in a victory for the Wirral by 46 runs. Score: e WIRRAL. BROMBORO' POOL. W. F. Banyard, run out 6 A. Williams, c Strachan. b F. Faulconbridge, c F. A. Daniels 12 Green, b Williams C G. Halliwell, c Straciian, b G. Daniels, run out C Daniels 2 J. Y. Strachan, c F. A. G. Green, c Strachan, b Green, b Halliwell 34 Hewson 1 J. Ravenscroft, c F. A. R. Brocklebank, b Daniels 7 Green, b Harden 0 W. Harris, c Strachan, b Galloway, b Harden 0 Hewson 6 A. J. Bold, c W. Brockle- W. Harden, c Banyard, b bank, b Harden 22 Daniels 0 T. C. Maxwell, b Halliwell 3 W. Brocklebank. b Daniels 6 J. J. B. Hewsi n, b Halli- F. A. Green, c Hewson, b well. 27 Daniels 1 Wishart, notout 6 R. Price, c Strachan, b F. Cleary, absent Daniels 2 Adaius, not out 4 Wagstaff, b Daniels 7 Extras. 7 Extras 19 111 M CAPTAIN MESHAM'S ELEVEN r. MAJOR BIRCH'S ELEVEN.—This weil-contested match was played on last, on the beautiful ground at Pontryffydd, hut the rain prevented ui.ire than one innings being finished. Captain Mesham's well- known hospitality needs no comment, and greatand small were luxuriously entertained. Score: CAPTAIN MESHAM'S ELEVEN. Mr W. B. Buddicom, b R. Lyster 0 Mr R. LI Williams, b G. Lyster 8 b J. S. Birch 12 Mr C. Yates, I.b.w., b G. Lyster 22 Mr B. H. Jones, c li. Wynn, b G. Lyster 1 b R. Lvster 8 Mr T. LI. Williams, c and b G. Lyster 1 c and b R. Lyster 5 Captain Mesham, b 1!. Lyster. 5 Mr H. LI. Williams, c G Lyster, c E. vnn ] Mr S. Hughes, b J. S. Birch 3 not out 0 Mr A. B. Mesliam, not out r> run out ] Mr d. Chough, absellt.. 0 Mr H. Hughes, b J. >. Birch 0 not out 0 Mr J. Berth on.b E. Wynn 0 B 9, 1-b 1, w 2, n-b 5. 17 B 2, w 3 5 63 01 MAJOR BIRCH S ELEVEN. Mr H. Wynn. b Captain Mesham 0 Mr G. Lyster, b Yati-s 17 Kev J. Galbraitli, b Yates 6 Mr H. Lyster, c Yates, b Capt. Mesham 13 Mr E. W. \Y vnn, run out. 8 Mr Owell WiliiLiiiis, run out 6 Mr A. E Tumour, b Yates 1 Mr J. S. Birch, b Yates 0 .Nlr R. Wynii, b Cxl)-,aiu Ai'esham ] Mr E. Tumour, c Yates, b Capt. Mesham 5 Mr T. Fernley, b Yates 0 Mr M. Birch, not out 1 B 11, w 1 12 80
FIXTURES FOR 1876.
FIXTURES FOR 1876. WREXHAM. Sep. 9, Whittington, at Whittington. 23, v. Oswestry, at Wrexh m. 30, Closing Match, at Wn-xham. WYNN STAY. Sep. y, v. Brombo:-ougb Pool, at Bromborough
FOOTBALL. The Jixtures for the season are inserted free oj charge, and should reach thix tfiice as earty as possible. ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE CuP-The fi-st ties for the Challenge Cup competition have been drawn for the coming season wi h the following resultDruids v. Shrcpsh re WtlLdre P,ilither-1, v. "Voodgrangre, Rov;ii Engineers v. Old Harrovian- SotiThtil v. Old Wvt?e- hami-ts, Union v. Koehe-ter, Pilgrims v. Ramblers. Heits Rangers v Great Marlow. Hiyjn Wvcombe. v. Cambridge U ion, Gresham v. Forest School, Upton Park v. Ley on. Souh .Norwood v. Saxons. bt Surrev Kifles v. 105h R gim nt, R-ading Hornets v. Swifts. Sheffield Club v. Trtj .ns, Saffron Walden v Waaderers. Barues v. Etonians, Oxford Union v. Old Sdopiansj Claphain Park v. Rebate Priory. The Queens' Park, Glasgow, has also enfeie but was excu ed competing rdl the second ties hare been decided. The first tici will have to be finished by November lotti. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SIR.—I hope the iVelsh team are preparing for the next international match with Sio land. T have not seen or heard anything lately about 'he affair. Could the committee say where the nutch ill be played, and when they will commence their trials. Ir. is generally understood that it will be at Wrexham. I hope too the Wrexham club will commence as soon as possible. for we shall have no more cricket worth looking at. I' I remember most of the clubs in the distrirt last year had arranged their matches before the Wrexham c!ub had called the:r first meetiug. A LOVER OF FOOTBALL. Wrexham August 29 187(¡.
MR FAREWELL ADDRESS TO His CONSTITUENTS.—Tne following address to the electors o' tne county of Buckingham has been issued by the Prime Minister consequent upon hi- elevation to the Peerage: Gentle:;eu,-Tlle Queen having been graciously pleased to summon me to the House of Peers, 1 return to you the trust which, for so inanv years, you have confided to me as your member in the House of Commons: an assembly in which I have passed the greater part of my life. It has been a period of trv niji occasions and memorable events. and if I have been permitted to take some part in their management and control, next to the favour of our Sovereign. I am deeply conscious I am indebted for that opportunity to the fidelity of your feeling lhroughout my public life I have aimed at two chief results. Not insensible to the pri ciple of progress I have endeavoured to reconcile change with that respect for tradition which is one of the main elements of our social strength and, in external affairs, I have endeavoured to deveUp and strengthen our Empire believing that combustion ot achievement and respon- sibility elevates the character and condition of a people. It is not without emotion that I terminate a connection endeared to me by many memories and many ties, but I have the consolation of recollection that, though I cease to be a member, I shall still nave the happiness of living amone you and that, though not directly your representative, I may yet, in another House of Parliament, have the privilege of guarding over your interest and your honour.—Your deeply obliged and ever faithful servant. B. DISRAELI." Epps's COCOA.—GRATEFUL AND 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 manv heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judicious use ot such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to dis- ease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a W; point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keen mg ourselves well for'ified with pure blood and a properly nourished fra me." -Civtl Service Gazetu CJ.3 TIT 1') I I
The metropolitan police force consists of 10,227 men. The Prince and frincess of Wales arrived at Abera- geldie on Monday. The death is announced of L rd Kibble-dale, at Ger- eva, in his 4Htfc vear. Fresh case. of smallpox continue to break out in aH the infected districts in Blackburn. Eighty-seven persons were killed in London streets last year, and maimed or injured. In he year enued the l-t ef March last the goM sweep" of the Mint realised .£3,365 Is fed. Mr John Bright, accompanied by Mrs Bright, arrived at Inverness on Tuesday, on a fishing tour. In the financial yecr ending the 31 st 0p M-.rch, the void money orders amounted to £4,838 Is Id. A recent census in Nebraska shows that that State has more than doubled its populat;on since 1870. Mr Skinner Prout, the artist, died on Tuesdav morn- ing, in his iOh year, after a lingering iiiuess of many months. The Great Powers have, it is said, agreed to send to the Porte a joint request for the suspension of hostilities. Mrs Xichoil, of Bodmin, Cornwall, attainei her hundredth year on Saturday, and is still nale and able to move easily. According to the rOrk Herald, the pota^oe disease has once rn ira ma. e its appearanoe in the neighbour- hood of Thirsk. Newgate was the scene of another execution on Tues- day morning. The culprit was John Ebekhr.ft, wb. murdered his wife in Paddington. The work done by Parliament last session has been officially tabulated. The number of acts passed w^s— Public. 81; local, 234 private, 2. At the Birkenhead poiice court, on Mondsy, the captain of an American vessel was fined and JOS-s for not having a shipkeeper on board. Professor F. W. Newman, of Clifton, a brother to the Rev. Dr. Newman, of the Birmingham Oratory, his asked to be admitted to the Unita-ian Chuich. The Australian Gcvernment nave sen; to the Frenrii Government a protest against pardoned convicts being sent from New Caledonia to the Australian colonies, A crazy man in Rochester, whose insanity some peo pie wnl ta:i to see. dr.iwned turns. in a n me o ner day because his wife iusded that he must wash his face. Firth-park, the gift of Mr. Mark F rth, ex-Mayor of Sheffl-di., was handed over to the boroush cjrpora- ti >n on Monday. The park has cost a sum of over | £ 30.000. The hamst ia Denmark is now nearlv finished, has been favoured with exceptional weather. The wheit crop is thuught to be deficient in quantity, but the quality is good. The annual fairs at Wimborne, in Dorset, in passing through one of which a lady was thrown out of her carriage and killed, have been abolished bv an order issud by the Home Secretary. The Lancashire U uian of Conservative and Constitu- tional Associations have resolvei to present an address of congratulation to the E ,rl ot Beaconsfieid. informing his lod,hlp that "Lancashire is proud of him" Tne first cargo of Sttte from the U lited S are was hrou¡rhr by a vesael vrhich arrived at Fa.in. u'h on Tues- day. The slates are said to be equal in quality to those f, úwi in the WeiS1 quarries, and much cneaner. D.Hing" the holding of the annual licenMne: session it Live-pool on Tuesday, Mr BremmT, a solicito-' of large practice, was addressiug the magistrate1, when he suddenly dropped dowu and expired within a few minutes. The Lords of the Committee of Council on Education have given notice of their intention 10 exclude "physical geography" fiom the list of subjects of instruction which is encouraged by grants 10 did from the >cience and Ait Department. A dissipated looking woman, was remanded by the Soulhwlllk tstipendary, on Monday, on 'ne charge of throwing her child, «u ini'unt Ighten in >nths old. out of tne window. Ti e child is in the hospital in a pre- carious The offer of 100 guineas made h' a lady through the School B aid of London for a Manual on Coi k-r'i is now ndlaud void, no wi rk having baen fori homing fulfilling the conditions which uere *f;fulat.ed at ibtf time the gift was offered. Acco-din.' to repor', the great Po ve-s are prep irine a Acco-din.' to repor', the great Po ve-s are prep irine a joint note, which 'hey wji (jreseut. to Tll ker, cotnp'.a'D- ng of her oarbarous conduct of fh*# present struggle. Preparng a joint noie, are thev ? Well, it's time some one in t Lie bill.—Fun. Mr Gladstone, in a postcard t, one of his constituents, has expressed a doubt whether the advantages of triennial Parliaments would outwe gh the evils in the shape of in- creased election expenses aud hindrance to public busi- ness which he fear? they y ould < r'*a-l. I There is a good deal of religious bitterness in Lancaster at the present time because the Mavor (Aidcrma* Preston), who is a Roman Catholic, has Minounre t his I in'enuou tt) to attend, in his office1 cry. Sr. Peter's (hu,ch, on tne occasion ol Arehbi-h •(. inMin^ preach- ing these next .-unaay. I A fatal boat accident occurred ft Wevm u'h Oil Saturday evening. Two lads, nam*- k- s and O-'Chard, lef; the harbour in an open bo; t. ntted ac-ost the bay to O<miugton. About nro-ni^hr the boat swamped. Otchaid succeeded in s ^mnnng on shore with great, difficulty, hu' S'okes wHs I'.i owned The breaking of the «xle of a aiiL'uon of a poods -rain, near dulytown, ou the Ca H onian lod'wav, 011 Tuesday night, blocked the other line. The lJIail tra!D from Carlisle, which drove up inrtiertiaMv ran mto the goods watrgons, and its engine and tender were thrown on the metals. The d-iver and fireman, who jimped iff, were not hurt, and several lad'es and two boys were more or less injured. The Political Correspuudence asserts that the Turkish Cabinet Ministers, in Council with several other State dignitaries. agreed to Sul-an Murad V.. and to proclaim his brother. Abdul Hamid. as his successor- tmd this change is expected to be effected shortlv. The Siancartfs Constantin-ple correspondent telpg-raphb. that Mur.ia's deposition will place, political necessities making further delay impossible. From Sydney comes -viformation of the capture of the British ship Dancing Wave by the na-ives of Florida Lianas, of the Solomon group, the vessel having bPea been Loted and the crew murdered and eaten bv the savages. One man escaped to an adjoing island and gave lIformation .0 a barque, which set sail in chase of the Dancing Wave, ultimately overtaking her. By that time the deed had been corrm'tted. The inquest as to the explosion on hoard fle Thunderer was concluded on Wednesday. The iu. found a an- animous verdict of "Accidental cause, hv the stop valve being closed at a time when the eafetv valve was inoperative owiug to the expansion of the met, They sugs-es'ed certain future alterations and experi-" Hunts to be made in marine boilers of the Hovel nary, and they added that the Thunderer's boilers were of exrell n manufacture. A Thirsk correspondent writes—Richard Banner Oakley, the late mmsger of the Co-operative ank, who was recently senten-ed hy the Recorder, at the C-ntral Criminal Court, to five years' penal servitude, for obtaic- ing money under false pretences, was born at Sowerbv near lhir-k. and at the time of his mnj'ritv possesseu a larse fortune, being the owner of the Oswaldkirk e- tate, which he inherited from his mother, who, before mar- riage. was Miss Banner. The Liverpool School Board have adorned a nm what successful expedient to encourage regular attend- ance of children—namely, the distribution of medals and certificates to the most attentive pupils. The reward are triven to those who atlend 420 times on1 of a possible 450 during the year. The rewards were dis- tributed this year by Mr. W. Oulton. Chairman cf the Schoel Management Committee, and the number enti- tled to the rewards was 1,150 out of 10 000 m attend- ance altogether. Toere was no preaching in this town last Sunder and all in consequence of a practical joke perpl>trated by a livet.. youne girl. The voung girl, inspired bv the world, the fiesh, and a little devil mixed, sat dewn, late on Saturday evening, and sent, a note to each of the pastors. The m ssives were on tinted paper, and written nicely. The, each contained these words All is discovered—flv." Nine of the preachers fi id St. Louis, and three went West. There is a sensation in towc larger than a man's hand.—Kansas City Times. An address of congratulation to the Prime Minister on his elevation to an earldom is in course of signature in Maidstone, Hnd is of an unusually interesting ehardetf The signatures are those of the chmrm in of the local Conservative and of the 60 or 70 strrvjving electors who voted for Mr Disraeli in 1^37. Writing to Colonel Stanley, one of the Conservative candidates at the last jeneral ejection, Mr Disraeli wished him success and I!ddpd. I "hall always feel grateful to M'ijds;)ne a the borough which gave me my first seat iu Parliament The excise authority at Tnnbridgre Wells have been mn m^ar.i on the sellers of non-intoxicating beverages. and have been heavily fined bv the magistrates for off-nc-'s against the Refreshment Ilonse Act. On Monday, Alfred Ralph, baker, Camden-road, was sum- moned for keeping a refreshment house without a license, in that he suppliel one Joseph W. Hall wi h a bottle of lemonade and a sponjje cake at a quarter to eleven on the evening of the 22nd of Julv. The bench said there wis no charge against the defendant of intention to defraud, but they were bound to fine him in the miti- gated penalty of .£5. They would recommend tb excise to further reduce the penalty. Various other persons were fined in the same sam, or in the modifid penalty of £3.
Jf<Mou<o:rc •P'&i.—Good Dig-estion-Witb the weather alarmu.p.y chanpeable, and ford minemas ljenetmtmi? to e very sources ot hfe. the skin will become inactive, and the meostion impaired, unless corrected bv suitable means Ho,loway s Pills are universally acknowledged to be the safest .speediest, and best corrective of imparity. Loss of appetite, acidity, lfatulency, and nausea are a few of the OODven1en wh)(\n o.?"D 9a.J _b1