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'A CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISE JENTS. ¡ Advertisements of the following kinds, TAID FOR WHEN ORDERED, are inserted in the Guard:au on the following scale Twenty words :—One insertion, Is; three insertions, Jø 6d; six insertions, 4s 6d. Thirty words:—One insertion Is 6d three insertions, 4s; six insertions, 6s 6d. Forty words:—One insertion, 2s; three insertions, 5e 6d; six insertions, 8s 6d. The above prices refer to advertisements of the following classes SITUATIONS WANTED. I LODGINGS, &C., To LET. SITUATIONS VACANT. ARTICLES WANTED. HOUSES WANTED. 1 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. HOUSES TO LET. ARTICLES FOR SALE BY LODGINGS, WANTED. PRIVATE CONTRACT. ARTICLES LOST AND FOUND. Advertisements should reach the Office by FRIDAY morning, accompanied by Stamps, or Post Office Order payable to FREDERICK E. ROE. ———. ,[JI l1nÜh. AGENT WAX TED to push first-class Lubri- cating Oils. Commission 10 to 15 per cent.— Box 201, Post Oifice, Liverpool. 1135 WANTED, a Maltster. Must be a thorough practical man and steadv.—Apply to GUIRRON, PARRY & THOMPSON, Brewers, Wrexham. 1321 Footman & upper housemaid wanted, JL experienced and of ",00-1 character. Footman not under 22 yea,r3 of age or 5ft. Tin. in height.—Apply to Miss GILL, 10, Abbey-street, Chester. 1517 WANTED, a situation as GAME-KEEPER. TY Well experienced in rearing game. Can pro- duce eleven years character. Open to engagement at once.—Address JOSEPH JOHNSON, Post-oiflce, Llan- fair, near Ruthin. 1222 EMPLOYMENT. I WANT 1.000 AGENTS to Canvass for "THE COMPLETE HERBALIST." # J7 I will give such terms and furnish such advertising facilities that no man need make less than 630 per month, no matter w\0th,"r he ever canvassed before or not.—Address. 0. P. BROWN, 2, King street. Co vent Garden, London, and full particulars will be sent by return post. 536 TO NOBLEMEN AND G:EX7L:t:JEX. AN Experienced LAND AGENT requires an Engagement as Agent or responsible Manager holds the highest references for trustworthiness and ability a complete knowledge of estate management and general improvement, obtained in a nobleman's estate office together with road construction, land sur- veying, drainage, &c.. combined with a good architec- tural knowledge, and some considerable acquaintance with farming and forestry likewise a good accountant. —Apnly, W. E. J., care of JAMES DICKSON and SONS, 108, Eastgate-street, Chester. 1218 l {. O let. TO EE LET.—No. 3, St. Mark's-terrace.— Apply to ,{r. Edward Jones, Architect, Caxton Buildings, Wrexham. 613 To LET, fit once, a very convenient six- JL i'Der MALTKILN, in Wrexham.—Apply at at the it-Size of this paper. 1202 F, A:J{".f of 110 Acres, with goocl House and O lui^uldings, to be LET, 2i- miles from Mold.— Apply to CHARLLS MANSBP.IDCE" Estate Agent, St. Asapa. 1312 TO (jf.T, a HOUSE in Lome-street, Rhos- u iu, containing Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Cellar. 5 Bedrooms. Sent moderate.—Apple to GWILT C'ATIIEKAL, 23, Regent-street, Wrexham. „ 8 TO LET.—ST. MARK'S HOUSE, Hope- street, Wrexham, containing dining-room, drawing- room, breakfast-room, seven lofty bedrooms, bath and w.c., housemaid's and linen closetS, good sized kitchen, scullery, pantry, larder, and two cellars. Water and gas laid on. Suitable for dwellinghouse, temperance hotel, or offices.—Apply to ED. JONES, Architect, or Dr. EYTON-JONKS, Grosvenor Lodge. 1229 TO BE LET, a well-built House in the Borough of Wrexham, pleasantly situated and healthy. The house consists of dining-room, drawing-room, breakfast-room, seven lofty bedrooms, bath and W.c., housemaid's and linen closets, good sized kitchen, scullery, pantry, brder. and two cellars. Water and gas laid on.—Apply to Mr. EDWARD JONES, Architect, Caxton Buildings, Wrexham. 768 TO BE LET, and may be entered upon at the end of September next, "ABBOTSFIELD VILLA," corner of ( now in the occupation of Thomas Bury, Esq. The House consists of drawing, dining, and breakfast rooms on the ground floor. Kitchen and back kitchen with hot and cold water in each. There are on the chamber floor five bedrooms, bathroom, lavatory, "C., &c., with hot and cold water, &e. The Out-offices consist of a ihree-stall stable, fitted with Cottarn's Patent fittings; saddle-room and coach- house, with lofts over each gas, servant's w.c., &c. The house stands in the centre of pleasure grounds, and is enclosed by a wall, with front carriage entrance and back door from road. For further particulars apply at the office of this paper. 1079 €fcucirtion. PHONOGRAPHY. FSTRHCTION in Pitman's System of Short- hand by a verbatim writer and certificated teacher. Terms, &c., on application.—Phono., Guardian Office, Wrexham. 1185 M USIC A L TUITIO N. MR,. EDWIN HARRISS begs to inform his Pupils and Friends that the next Term of Lessons will commence on Monday, October 6th. 8, Eiddig Terrace, Wrexham, October 3rd, 1879. 1229 PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM, SINGING, &c. MR. F. C. WATKINS, St. Asaph, Choir Master of St. Asaph Choral Union, Conductor of Denbigh Philharmonic Society, and Ruthin Musical of Denbigh Philharmonic Society, and Ruthin Musical Union, &c., &c., begs to inform his pupils and friends that he resumed duties on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd. For terms, &c., apply to MR. F. C. WATKINS, St. Asaph. 1105 TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY. SINGING AND MUSIC. A LADY, pupil of eminent London Masters, desires Pupils. French spoken during lessons. The highest references. Addrea:-S. B. A., 15, WEST PARADE, 1316 R H Y L. draftsman's hhrtSs. UNEQUALLED FOR TEAS! JOHN MUSKER, OF THE NOTED TEA WAREHOUSE. OCR CELEBRATED INDIAN TEAS At 2s., 2s. 4d., 2S. 8d., 3s., ARE acknowledged by the Trade to be the best TEAS ever sold at the money, and are specially recommended for family use, being selected with great care and judgment from the choicest growths only, and blended in that proportion which is requisite for a RICH FRAGRANT TEA, which practical Tea Tasters alone can produce. Parcels of 6 lbs. and upwards sent Carriage Paid, to any part of the United Kingdom, on receipt of Post Office Order. PLEASE NOTE—Only obtainable from J. MUSKER, HOPE-STREET MARKET, HOPE.STREET, WREXHAM. 1015 DRAFTSMEN'S hhrtsats. EDWARD ROGERS & SON, (ESTABLISHED 17CI;) WOOLLEN DRAPERS & HATTERS, FASHIONABLE & MILITARY TAILORS, 6, CHARLES STREET, WREXHAM. SHOOTING, FISHING, AND HUNTING SUITS. LIVERIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. GENTLEMEN'S SCARVES, HOSIERY, UMBRELLAS, WATERPROOF OVERCOATS, PORTMANTEAUS, BAGS, IN GREAT VARIETY. E. R. & S. beg to inform their numerous Customers that they have now completed their purchases for the Coming Season, consisting of SCOTCH TWEED, CHEVIOT, AND HOMESPUN SUITINGS, FASHIONABLE OVERCOATINGS AND FANCY TROUS ERINGS, the latter made to order from S. 6D. UPWARDS, Allowing thereon for Cash a discount of Five per Cent. 1168 PATENT MEDICINES AT CO-OPERATIVE PRICES AT THE NORTH WALES PHARMACY AXD PATENT MEDICINE DEPOT. r -I-L.j 1- -t JLJ -t _1-\ D J.Lt. 'u' 1. Uusal Price. Cnsh Price. s. n. s. D. 1 0 INSECT POWDER 0 1) 2 9 Eiio's Fruit '-)'alt 2 3 4 6 Ditto DITTO 3 10 1 1} ALCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS 0 9 1 1A BLAIR'S PILLS 0 101 1 0 Fluicl 8 2 9 Collis; Brown's Cliloroclyne 2 3 1 V. Ditto DITTO I I til- 1 0 CITRATE of MAGNESIA 0 8 1 LI Cockle's Pills. 1 0 FLUID MAGNESIA 0 9 2 6 DE JONGH'S OIL 1 10 1 1-J HOLLOWAY'S PILLS 0 10J 1 Ü Kay's Essence of LINSEED 0 LOJ 2 6 LfLlJplou?-,h' s Saline. 2 0 2 0 Food 1 6 1 L- £ STEADMAN'S 0 10 1 6 SEIDLITZ POWDERS 1 0 G 0 P 5 0 1 11 WIN SLEW'S SYRUP 0 10 £ 7— The above-mentioned genuine Patent Medicines and Proprietary Articles may be obtained for CASH at the prices here quoted from J. E. ED1SBUSY, M.P.S., 3, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM. 1003 PHOTOGRAP II Y. CARTES from Cs. CABINETS, OIL PAINTINGS from 30s. flr- ROYAL LILTTERS P.-J.TKNT GRANITD TO BROWN, BARNES & BELL FOR ARTISTIC IMPROVEMENTS IN PHOTOGRAPHY. Churches, Mansions, Private Residences, Family Groups, Garden Parties, Fetes, &c., photo- graphed by Special Artists throughout North Wales. Favourite Animals at Owner's Residence by appointment. WESTMINSTER BUILDINGS, LATE ART EXHIBITION, WREXHAM. 311 ANOTHER GOLD MEDAL. AGAIN THE ONLY ONE AWARDED FOR _Jl- COD-LIVER OIL, PARIS, 1878. m OLLEP,S (Norwegian) COD-LIVER OIL Prepared by Moller's Special Method, free from indi- gestible fats of other oils, is superior to ANY in delicacy of taste and smell, medicinal virtue and purity. The most eminent London and European Physicians pro- nounce it the Purest and Best. Given the highest award at Twelve International Exhibitions. Only in capsuled bottles, of all chemists. 632 WILLIAM PIERCE, CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER, BRIDGE-STREET, WREXIIAM. Agent to the Patent Metallic Air Tight Coffin Company, Limited, Birmingham. NNUE COFFINS are highly recom- JL mended by all the Medical Practitioners of the neighbourhood. They are covered with black and crimson cloth or velvet; and every design of coloured metal furniture is used. The METALLIC SHELL COFFINS, en- cased in stout poli-hed oak, or covered with cloth or velvet, can be had at a few hours' notice. SHELLS AND COFFINS ALWAYS IN STOCK. JOHN H. KIDD & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF RAILWAY WAGGON COVERS RICK AND TENT CLOTHS, CART COVERS, LIME SHEETS, All sizes kept in stock. BRATTICE CLOTH, AIR-TUBING HORBB CLOTHS, WATERPROOF RUGS, INDIA-RUBBER GOODS Roofing Dry Hair, and Boiler Felt, SACKS, COTTON WASTE, LAMP WICKS. OFFICES HOLT STREET, VI REXHAM. 51 ESTABLISHED THIRTEEN YEARS. CIGARS! CIGARS!! CIGARS! A SINGLE BOX at Wholesale Price, con- taining 100 full flavoured well-seasoned CIGARS I 111 0 will be sent, carriage paid, to any Railway Station, upon receipt of P.O.O. for 14s., made payable to John Price Rowlands, Importer and dealer in British and Foreign Cigars, 75, Wavertree-road, Liverpool. Terms and Price List of Cigars sent Post Free on application. Six of these Cigars will be sent (as sample) post free for 12 Stamps. The following gentlemen have kindly testified to the superior quality of these Cigars :— Mr. James Ratcliffe, Hawarden Ironworks, Hawarden, near Chester. Mr. J. Price, Jeweller, Northgate-street, Chester. Mr. W. Agnew, Gunmaker, Berriew-street, Welsh. pool. 335 TIMBEII, SLATES, BRICKS, TILES, CEMENTS, LATHS, SEWERAGE PIPES, And all other Buildiny Materials, AT E. MEREDITH JONES' TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW MILL CHARLES-STREET, 63 WREXHAM. I ESTABLISHED 1817. I 1'7 | DYEING DYEING! DYEING! II FIRST-CLASS PRIZE MEDAL Awarded 1S74. CERTIFICATE OF FJ MERIT 1 AWARDED 1874. | THE LARGEST DYE WORKS IN THE E MIDLAND COUNTIES. IMPROVEMENTS in the ART of -i- DYEING and FRENCH CLEANING AT THmR MIDLAND COUNTIES STEAM-POWER DYE WORKS, LEICESTER, AND BURTON-ON TRENT. I J 0 H N SMITH, SOLE PROPRIETOR. AGENTS IN THIS DISTRICT :— j WREXHAM THE MISSES WHITING,"Fancy | Repository, 2, High-street. |s OSWESTRY: MRS. E. REASON, Fancy Repository, Church-street. CEFN, RUABON: MR. E. A. R. EVANS, 30, Russell-street. xff Goods sent to and received from theabove Agents Weekly. AGENTS WANTED in unrepresented districts. ty The New Price and Colour List for 1879 to be had Gratis or l'ost Free. 64 COAL SUPPLY. THE LLAY HALL COAL, IRON, AND FIREBRICK CO., LIMITED, BEG to announce that for the better con- venience of the Tradesmen and general inhabitants of the Town and its immediate outskirts, they have OPENED AN OFFICE IN THE CORN EXCHANGE BUILDINGS HENBLAS-STREET, For the reception of orders, settlement of accounts, &c. where all commands and inquiries will receive careful and prompt attention. COAL DELIVERED IN SACKS OR BULK. Builders Clay Goods stocked in every variety at the Depot (Railway Station), Rhosddu. AGEXT-EDWIN GILLAM. 611 DRAFTSMEN'S GBFTRSSS. C — c THE NORTH WALES PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES. c TO the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, and Public s generally of Wrexham and neighbourhood. | i The Premises hitherto known as i C. K. BENSON & CO.'S ( OLD TEA AREHOL SE, 14, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM, 1 IS NOW OPENED AS THE NORTH WALES PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES, For the Supply of ) TEAS, COFFEES, FRUITS. SPICES, CONTINENTAL, FOREIGN AND COLONIAL GOODS, GENERAL GROCERIES, PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES, &c., &c., A T W II OLE 8 ALE P RIO E S. PIlICE LISTS CAN BE HAD FREE ON APPLICATION NORTH WALES PUBLIC SUPPLY STORE-S, b "L () Lv D' 14, ITIGII-STREE, T, WREXHAM. These Stores of Supply are based and conducted on the Co-operative principle,—the Smallest Profit for i' Cash Payment, with a view to meet the requirements of a class of Customers who are able and willing to pay leady money for their good. and reasonably expect to receive full advantages for the same, thereby doing away with the system whereby good customers are made to pay for the bad. 7f0 3UBBCSJPTI017: 170 LIABILITY. XOTF. THE ADDRESS :— 14, HIGH STREET, { vyd'jZ Lh Keith ana South Wales Bank), VFRIEX l I Aivl. ] Just Old, Post FREE, 15 SHVAPT, THE HORSE AND CATTLE OWNER'S GUIDE. Explains their best management in health. Gives clear instructions how to cure them when diseased. Enables any one to be his own animal doctor. Cows with Foot and Mouth Distemper can be cured in three days with little loss of condition or milk. Sent by THOS. BESLEY, Publisher, Cadishead, War- rington. \7S A GIFT WORTHY OF A ROTHSCHILD IS BROWN'S SHAKESPERIAN ALMANACK, Now Ready for 1880. It fairly glows with quotations and illustrations from the "Bard of Avon." I shall print about 3,000,000 copies, and being desirous of making the distribution as rapidly as possible, will send ten or fifteen copies free, prepaid, to any one who will judiciously distribute them in their locality.—Address, O. P. Brown, 2, King- street, Covent Garden, London. 53tj

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