RTJ 0 U S E .-(•J'L'B A.WI » ». \). ?L REQUISITES 'for Household Cleaning supplied at the LOWEST PRICES for CASEI. E A D Y MIXED PAINTS. All Colours, in Patent Tins, which form a Convenient Paint Can. lib. 4Jd.; 21ba. 8 £ d.; 41bs. 1/4. STAINING VARNISHES, Mahogany, Oak, Walnut, Rosewood & Satinwood. ■ 4Jd. and 9d. per Bottle. MAHOGANY VARNISH STAIN, Loose at l"/4 per Pint. WHITING, DRY COLOURS,'& SIZE POWDER, at LOWEST PRICES. PEARSON & BARTON, LTD., CASH CHEMISTS, BROOK ST., CHESTER.
THOS. WELSBY & co. WINE MERCHANTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. CLARET, HOCK, CHAMPAGNE, Ac. Light, carefully-selected Wines, suitable for ordinary use and winter entertainments, from reiy* moderate prices. SHERRY, CLARET, BURGUNDY. PORT, &c. Fine Dinner and After-Dinner Wines of cloice growths and vintages. OLD SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES from the most noted distilleries. TELEPHONE 41. Telegrams: WELSBY, CHESTER."
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. "ROYALTY THEATRE, CHESTER. Proprietor-MR. MILTON BODE. Resident Manager—CHAS. E. S. McLEOD. AN ESTABLISHED SUCCESS. LAST SIGHTS. .MILTON .BODE'S FIRST ANNUAL PANTOMIME, .,6C I NDERELLAG" Written by STANLEY ROGERS. The Pantomime will be withdrawn SATURDAY NIGHT, .JANUARY 26th, in consequence of previous arrangements. PLEASE NOTE.In order to meet the exceptional demand for seats for the few remaining nights of the run of this phenomenal success the Early Door will be opened 1.15 Matinees, and 6.30 for evening performances. 6d. extra to all parts. Ordinary Doors Open: Matinees, 1.45; Evening .at 7.15 pw. Doors opsn at 7-15, commencing 7.30 p.m. Matinees: Doors open 1-45, commencing at 2 p.m. .Early Doors half-an-hour earlier, 6d. extra to all parts. Box Plan now open at the Theatre, and at HEBBEBT "ELLIS', 71. Foregate-street, from 11 to 4 p.m. Theatre Telephone, No. 271. JANUARY 28TH. SIX NIGHTS. "THE GRIP OF IRON." MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH. RHONDDA ROYAL GLEE SOCIETY (WINNERS OF THE FIRST PRIZE AT PARIS EXHIBITION, 1900). ZEF, NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE FOR FULL PARTICULARS. CHESTER GLEE CLUB. THE ANNUAL SOIREE WILL TAKE PLACS: AT THE TOWN HALL, ON 5TH FEBRUARY. i TICKETs:-Gentl&men's, 3/6; Ladies', 3/ may be obtained from any Committee-man; Mr. DELANY, Northgate-streot; and other Tradesmen. WAR IN CHESTER. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY, JAN. 21. THE SENSATION OF THE NEW CENTURY. GRAND MILITARY OPENING NIGHT, MONDAY, JAN. 21ST, when by kind per- mission of Col. SHERINGHAM, the 3rd Battalion Cheshire Regiment will be present and witness their comrades fighting their battles over again. The North American Animated Photo Co. 500 Animated Pictures of the BOER & CHINA WARS. Taken by the greatest Invention of the Age, the Telephographic Lens. CHINESE CRISIS ] Depicting all the Sensational Incidents and Horrors of the War. The Empire's Greatness 1 It is the Navy! Bluejackets Embarking-The Fleet Sails for China —Great Naval Battle-Landing and Capturing Taku Forts-Battl« outside Pekin-Count Waldersee and the Allied > lOUPS entering Pekin-Street Life in China, eL:, 300 Nw aMi Original Animated Pictures of the Boer Win-, <uoiuduig the only Animated Picture ever plioiog-iaphed and exhibited by this Company only- i-, t,, vV i. i' AT BAY! General Knox defeats the Bo,;r Leader — Capturing Guns, etc. Invasion of Cap, Colony, Driving the Enemy back. Special Knjjat'ement of the Band of the 2nd Vol. Batt. Cheshire llegt. (by kind permission of Col. T. J. Smith) who will play at each performance an original Fantasia, the Relief of Ladysmith, illus- trated by appropriate Animated Pictures. FUN&ttAL of the late LORD ARMSTRONG, Inventor of the famous Armstrong Gun. LONDON'S WELCOME TO EARL ROBERTS. IMPORTANT NOTICE.—The North American Animated Photo Co. are the largest exhibitors in the world. Different to all others. Entirely new to this country. Produced at a cost of over £ 5,000. Seats booked at PHILLIPSON & GOLDER'S, Sta- tioners. Day Performances WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 3. Children half-price to all parts. Nightly at 8. Doors open at 7.30. Carriages at 10.15. Prices, 2s., Is., and 6d. S. JETER'S, CHESTER. SALE OF WORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EXCURSIONS will run as under:- EFR,IDAY, January 25th, HALF-DAY TRIP to SHREWSBURY, WOLVERHAMPTON and BIRMINGHAM from CHESTER. FOOTBALL. ENGLISH CUP TIE. Everton JL* v. Southampton. On SATURDAY, January 26, a DAY EXCURSION to SOUTHAMPTON wiU run from CHESTER, &c. Tickets, bills and pamphlets can be obtained at the Stations. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. UPTON-BY-CHESTER & DISTRICT PLOUGHING SOCIETY. m WANTED, a suitable FIELD (about 10 acres) in whIch to hold a proposed MATCH, about ??Sb? ? ? 1? ? ? Rep? lies not later than TESDAY -NEXT, the 22nd inst., to Hon. Secretary, FRED T. HOLLAND, The Lord Raglan, Frodsham-street, Chester. SHIPPING. ORIENT L I N E TO AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, TASMANIA, CALLING AT FREMANTLE FOB THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. From LONDON & PLYMOUTH every Fortnight. ? ?' GREEN & CO. ? MaaajrersX ANDERSON, ANDERSON & CO. Head Offices: FENCHURCH AVENUE, LONDON For passage apply to the latter firm at 5, Fen- -church Avenue, E.C., or at the West End Branch Office, 16, .Cockspur-street, S. W. THE CHESTER UNITED GAS COMPANY. THE Company have on view in their Show TRoomLs the Winter Stock of GAS FIRES By 6he principal Manufacturers, including all the latest improvements. Speeded Attention is drawn to the New Patterns of DRAWING ROOM FIRES, which will be found most artistic and suited to all requirements, BEDROOM AND NURSERY FIRES should iae fitted up at once to provide against cold weather. A special feature in these is the attachment of a Boiling Burner on top. This is invalu&ble, especially in of sickness. HALLS, CORRIDORS, &c., Can be heated by means of REFLECTOR STOVES which will be found economical and easily regulated. SHOPS, OFFICES, &c. The Company have a large and varied STOCK OF STOVES suitable for Shops, &c., very cheerful in appearance, and constructed for use without flue pipe. INCANBESCENT GAS BURNERS. The Company have also on view the New Patterns of Incandescent Burner, with a selection of New Shades, Globes, and novel Self-lighting arrangement. Further particptlars can be obtained on applica- tion, and Fitters will be sent free of charge to examine and furnish estimates. GHOW ROOMS AND OFFICES, etJPPIS STREET. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO H.R.H. HER MAJESTY mA t THE PRINCE AND OF WALES. R. BOLLAND & SONS CONFECTIONERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 1ST CLASS RESTAURANT. CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM. WINES AND SPIRITS. COFFEE. CIGARS. BOLLAND'S TURTLE SOUP (prepared from fresh Turtle). CALVES' FEET JELLY. Highly recommended for Invalids. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. All Bizet kept in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Gratis Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions. CYCLISTS CATERED FOR. Customers' Cycles Stored without charqe. TELEGRAMS: "BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE, 37. CU L LEN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL V/ AND FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT, ST. PETER'S CHURCHYARD, THE CROSS, CHESTER. BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, TEAS, SUPPERS. WELL-APPOINTED BEDROOMS. WINES, SPIRITS, CIGARS, &c., OF THE BEST QUALITY. A TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEON DAILY. From 12.30 till 2.30. Soup, Fish, Joints, Sweets, Cheese & Salad. Is. 6d. No extra charges. S. S. CULLEN, Proprietor. (Late of the Grosvenor Hotel.) PUBLIC NOTICES. RAW in aid of JOHN LOWEY, L 9, Back Thomas-street.—Winning number, 198. 8692 MR. J. T. REDDISH, of 128, Brook- i j-L street, Chester, desires to THANK his many kind Friends for their numerous expressions of Sympathy with him in his recent sad bereave- ,ment. 8691 MR. and MRS. PAYNE and Family -M beg to THANK all friends who have so kindly sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. HOLLY HousE FARM, Hoole. 8661 INSTRUCTIONS having been; received JL authorising Enlistment of drafts for the IMPERIAL YEOMANRY, Candidates wishing to join this force should apply at the YEOMANRY OFFICE, Old Bank Buildings, Chester. Pay: 5/- per diem, with rations; the other allowances as for Cavalry. Horses, clothing, arms and saddlery will be provided. Enlistment holds good for one year, or, if the war last longer, for as long as the war lasts. N ATIONAL HEALTH SOCIETY.—CHESTER BRANCH.—MISS CURWEN will give (by request) a Course of LECTURES on Sick Nursing, beginning on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the23rd inst., at 3 p, at ST. MARTIN'S ROOM. Names of those wishing to attend will be received by the Hon. Secretary, 1, Paradise-row, up to the evening of the 22nd. Admission: 5/- the course, or 1/- the single lecture. THE SPEEDY COMING OF OUR LORD, M INVOLVING THE FATE OF NATIONS, And the Interests of the Church and the World. FOUR PUBLIC LECTURES, Upon the above subjects, will be delivered in the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWGATE STREET, CHESTER, ON MONDAY EVENINGS, JAN. 21ST & 28TH, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. Christian people of all denominations are invited. Admission Free. 8521 SPIRITUALISM. ON SUNDAY, January 20th, at the MASONIC HALL, QUEEN-STREET, Chester, Mr. JOHN BACK, Morecambe, will LECTURE at 2.4b and 6.30 p.m. All are welcome. Collections. CHESHIRE COUNTY LIBERAL UNIONIST ASSOCIATION NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN, that the ANNUAL MEETING of the Association will be held at the GROSVENOR HOTEL, CHESTER, on SATURDAY, THE 26TH INSTANT, at 3 p.m. All Liberal Unionists are invited to attend. JNO. H. COOKE, Honorary Secretary. Winsford, Cheshire, 17th January, 1901. CHESTER GENERAL INFIRMARY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Governors will be held in the TOWN HALL (by kind per- mission of the Mayor), on TUESDAY, JANUARY 29TH, 1901, at Twelve o'clock noon. By Order of the Board of Management, F. J. WARMSLEY, Secretary. Board Room, 12th January, 1901. CHESHIRE MILK PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION. President: THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF CREWE. The SECOND ANNUAL MEETING of members of the above Association will be held at the CREWE ARMS HOTEL, CREWE, on MONDAY NEXT, January 21st, 1901, at Two o'clock. THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF CREWE WILL PRESIDE. AGENDA:— To confirm Minutes of last General Meeting. To present the Annual Report. To submit the Statement of Accounts. To elect New Members. To elect the following officers 'for the ensuing year: President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Analyst, Solicitor, Auditors, and Secretary. To Elect the Council. The following members of Council retire by rotation, and are eligible for re-electioni Colonel George Dixon, C.C., H. Heywood Lonsdale, Esq., R. T. Richard- son, Esq.. Mr. D. E. Byrd, Mr. W. B. Sadler, Mr. Wm. Thompstone, Mr. Thos. Daviea, Mr. C. B. Davies, Mr. Thos. Parton. To appoint Committees. To approve the following resolution of the Council Meeting held on July 23rd That the Council recommend to the general meet- ing that a Conciliation Committee be ap- pointed to act in conjunction with a similar committee of the Manchester Milk Dealers' Association, to consist of four members and the secretary." Any other business. J AS. SADLER, Secretary. Botterley Hill, Nautwich, Jan. 12th, 1901. SALE BY TENDER. FOR SALE BY TENDER. A Large MINERAL WATER and BEER and A PORTER BOTTLING BUSINESS in the North-west of England. Turnover nearly £ 9,000 per annum.—For particulars apply W. H. CHURTON, 8688 Solicitor, Chester. NOTICE. JOSEPH ORME, SLATER AND PLASTERER, Has REMOVED his Residence from 2, King- street, to his Business Premises, SPA VILLA, CANAL STREET. Telephone 269. GEORGE EDWARDS, REGISTERED PLUMBER 100 & 102, BOUGHTON, CHESTER. Gas Fitter, Lead Light Manufacturer, &c. HEWITT'S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. GTJEST & WARDLE, CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, 12, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER, Have just secured a Manufacturing Stock of DRAWING-ROOM SUITES in Inlaid Woods, Dark Mahogany and Walnut, upholstered in Choice Silk Tapestries and Fancy Velvets, and are Mahogany and Walnut, REDUCED PRICES. offering same at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Dark MAHOGANY SUITES, in Silk Tapestry, £ 5. Beautiful INLAID SUITES, in Silk Tapestry, £6 10/ SEE WINDOWS FOR SAMPLE SUITES. Xmas Presents, useful & beautiful, at the Lowest Possible Prices. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY RAILWAY STATION. CARPETS. LINOLEUMS. BLINDS. CABINET FACTORY QUEEN STREET. TELEPHONE 236B. TELEPHONE 236. EDWIN LLOYD, FAMILY GROCER, FRENCH & ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN, 13, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER, Is now receiving continual Supplies of Seasonable Delicacies, namely- THE CELEBRATED SCOTCH HADDOCK, LOCH FYNE KIPPERS. HAM CURED HERRINGS. PAL^THORPE'S TOMATO & CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGE. COOKE'S FRESH CREAM. FRESH BUTTER AND EGGS. Daily Arrival of all kinds FRESH FRUITS, GRAPES, LEMONS, ORANGES, TOMATOES, &c. NEW WALNUTS, KENT COB NUTS, &c. PERSONAL AND PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS WEAR HOME-MADE BOOTS. THE ONLY ESTABLISHMENT WHERE THEY ARE ALL MADE ON THE PREMISES, AND SPECIAL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BESPOKE ORDERS is J. GUCKENHEIM, 30, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. REPAIRS DONE ON THE PREMISES AND SOLES SEWN ON. i RICHARD JONES' GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. SPECIAL CLEARING LINES IN THE BLACK DRESS DEPARTMENT. Black Rock Coating Serge, at lowest old prices, 1 1/6?1,11?2,6,2/11?. 1/6E1, si?mene Serge, fast dye, 13?, 1/4?, 1/9%, I 2/3, 2!9. Black Cashmere, our well-known make, lljd., 1 2i, I li4, 1/9, 2/3, 2/6, 2ill. Black Merino, 14, 1!9, 213, 2'9. 3, 6. Black Alpaca, pure mohair, 1:4, 19J, 2'84, 36, 3/11. Figured Alpaca, from li41 to 23, greatly reduced. All Wool Fancy Dress Materials, to clear, l/öi per yard, worth 2/6. I SILK DEPARTMENT. GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. BLACK SILKS. Black Satin Merveilleux, 1/91, 2,181, 3/6. „ Satin, li3, li9!, 2¡9. „ Satin Duchesse, 3i9 per yard. Bengaline Silk, 2/4, 2/8. 3/6 per yard. Peau-de-sou, 2/83/6, 4/6, 5/6. Surah, 113, 119!, 2/8!. „ Glace, 1/101, 2/3, 2/9. Shanghai, 9., 10fd. „ Lustrine, 8., li3id. Polonaise, I/O. COLOURED SILKS. All Silk Shanghai, 91d., laid. Coloured Satin, 1/9. „ Merv „ Surahs 1/94, 2/8J. „ Bengaline 1 i91, 3,,81. Glace lj9, 2/8. Moire Velours. l/4!. 18in. Silk, brilliantly figured, nd. per yard. Fancy Gauze and Silks for evening wear, two pieces. Crimped Chiffon and Gauze in six different shades. Special Line in Black Glace, l/6. VERY RICH BLACK BROCHE SILKS, Reduced to 1/9? 2/8?, 3,9, 4/11? per yard. FANCY SILKS IN GREAT VARIETY, AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS. WASHING SILKS, In Stripe, Spots and Checks, 1/0J, 1/3J, l/6 £ VELVETEENS—Our Noted 2/- reduced to 1/10 £ BLACK AND COLOURED VELVETS, 2/9, 3/11, 4/11. CORDUROY VELVETEENS, all Shades, reduced to IOld. and 1/9!. 50, 52, 54 & 56, BRIDGE-ST., CHESTER. GREAT CENTURY SALE ID RAPERY, STATIONERY & BOOTS, NOW PROCEEDING. ?" ? ￼ IDE ..?80 -?s GREAT CENTURY SALE OF DRESS FABRICS, MILLINERY, MANTLES, FURNISHING DRAPERY, HOUSEHOLD LINEN; LACES, GLOVES, HOSIERY, UMBRELLAS, In fact every Article throughout the Establishment will be Cleared at a Great Reduction. SEND FOR 40 PAGE CATALOGUE FOR FULL PARTICULARS. 9, 11 & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER. "G U L LED" -& DIDN'T KNOW IT! Our "COUSINS ACROSS THE WATER" often boast of the "GULLIBILITY" of the BRITISH PUBLIC; and it is a, FACT, however distasteful to us, that we BRITONS are easily It" TAKEN IN 99 and there is a class of dealers in these days that trade upon this weakness of the "unsuspecting Briton," and make fine capital out of it. Trade schemes are cleverly organised, and disguised under some such title as "CO-OPERATIVE," "HELP-MYSELF," "MUTUAL BENEFIT," or "BONUS-GIVING" SOCIETIES; and great and startling advantages are offered to the Public by such AGENCIES. But perhaps the SEEMING advantages are not REAL advantages at all-and where there IS a real advantage given, there may be a "TAKE-IN" on another article as an "off-set t" If the Unsuspecting Briton" examined things a little more CLOSELY, he might find that he was HAD more often than he thinks !-and that's an unpleasant sort of reflection, isn't it ? Well, in the matter of GROCERIES in general, and TEAS in particular, there is at least ONE TRADESMAN that can HOLD HIS OWN without these NEW-FANGLED NOTIONS and PETTIFOGGING TITLES. A T ALFR ED TPT7" A "KTO STIU SELLS A GOOD ARTICLE at the LOWEST FIGURE! N I PJ F JjL ? K 7 He is sure of the PRICE and the customer is sure of the QUALITY J J None of the SOCIETIES can beat him in giving VALUE for MONEY, though they TRY to and profess to, and that part of the General Public that WILL NOT be HAD," prefer to stick to the GROCER who serves them well, without GULLING," without BIG NAMES, and without a lot of FUSS BRANCHES ALL OVER THE CITY. A. RICHARDSON'S CHESTER MODEL IRON PIANOS ARE THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. THEY STAND LIKE A ROCK. NO FICTITIOUS OR SOLICITED TESTIMONIALS, BUT THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE LOCAL REFERENCES GIVEN 21 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 15s. 2d. per Month. A. RICHARDSON'S POPULAR IRON PIANO, 14 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 10s. 6d. per Month. A. RICHARDSON'S POPULAR AMERICAN ORGAN HIGH MIRROR TOP, TWO KNEE SWELLS, 12 STOPS. 12 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 9s. 4d. per Month. INSTRUMENTS BY ALL THE HIGH CLASS MAKERS. < SOLE AGENCIES: STEINWAY, BECHSTEIN, BLUTHNER, KAPS, WALDEMAR. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIGH-CLASS SECOND-HANDS AT VERY LOW PRICES. A. RICHARDSON, 43, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER; AND BANK BUILDINGS. REGENT STREET, WREXHAM. ASTON & SON, FOR CITY HOUSE FURNISHERS, FURNITURE. DRAPERY. IRONMONGERY. CHINA. CARPETS. LINOLEUMS. REMOVALS. REPAIRS. CASH OR CREDIT. FREE DELIVERY. CATALOGUES FREE. ASTON & SON, 14, WATERGATE-STREET, CHESTER. i'NLEPHONB 222. 1 !o.1t;s & EYEGLASSES, I FIELD AND OPERA GLASSES. BAROMETERS AND THERMOMETERS. WALKING STICKS. UMBRELLAS & SUNSHADES. J. I). SlDDALL, pJ. !!1:a>< INFIRMARY L L 'I THE CROSS, CHESTER. REPAIaS OF ALL KINDS. Umbrellas and SET; -hades Re-covered in all newest colours. LANTERNS A SLID:- S ON SALE OR HIRE. Oxygen and Cera Gas in Cylinders. TRUSSES! TRUSSES! J. W. HUKE, Being theoretically and practically acquainted with the nature and treatment of HERNIA, keeps always in Stock, or makes to Measure with the least possible delay, TRUSSES of every descrip- tion and quality, adjusting and fitting them with the greatest care. J. W. HUKE, CHEMIST, THE DISPENSARY, 89, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. BARBER'S OLD-ESTABLISHED CHINA ROOMS. Now Showing a Splendid Assortment of BREAKFAST, DINNER, TOILET. TEA SERVICES, A-ND VASES, SUITABLE FOR WEPDING PRESENTS, &c. < — GLASS; CHINA & CUTLERY ON HIRE. INSPECTION INVITED. STR.EET. CHESTER. SALE. SALE. SALE. APPLETON'S ANNUAL END OF SEASON AND SURPLUS STOCK SALE IS NOW PROCEEDING, AND WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE MONTH. The whole of the Stock has been revised, and re-marked at prices that must effect a speedy clearance to make room for New Season Goods. The remains of the CHRISTMAS FANCY GOODS STOCK WILL BE OFFERED AT HALF PRICE. A grand opportunity for Bazaars and Sales of Work to procure smart goods at a small price. REMNANTS AND ODDS AND ENDS OF STOCK Will be offered at merely nominal prices. FURS AT LESS THAN SUMMER PRICES. A QUANTITY OF KID GLOVES (SLIGHTLY SOILED) Will be offered at 6id., 9 £ d., and I per pair ALL MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS, &c., AT CLEARING PRICES. APPLETON'S SALE, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. 1. E. EWEN, HOSIER, GLOVER & SHIRTMAKER. THE ANNUAL STOCK TAKING SALE IS NOW PROCEEDING. GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. BRIDGE STREET ROW. TELEPHONE 316. EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL STOCKTAKING SALE. W. E. LINDOP'S Annual Stocktaking Sale IS NOW PROCEEDING, and will Continue until the End of the Month. Genuine Reductions in All Departments. ENTIRE STOCK OF MANTLES, JACKETS, CAPES, COSTUMES, FURS, DRESS FABRICS, BLANKETS, UMBRELLAS, GLOVES, LACES, &c. GENUINE REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. W. E. LINDOP, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. WINTER CLEARANCE SALE. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WINTER UNDERCLOTHING. CHILDREN'S COSTUMES, MILLINERY, FROCKS. SOILED PINAFORES. LADIES' SKIRTS, &c., &c. ALL WINTER GOODS GREATLY REDUCED, MUST BE CLEARED. JOHN A. MATE, 19, BRIDGE-STREET ROW, CHESTER. nOVERLETTE HAIR FRAMES, I FROM 3/6. MADE IJP 2 PER n7. WEAR THE •) omm IMMOVABLE I o, I SCALPETT E. ??' TAiLS From I T AILS From 1 PUREOAIRJ 516 I T. SEALES BROWN, 3, LEECE STREET, LIVERPOOL. EADE'S PILLS. JjlADE'S pILLS. E ADE'S PILLS. E ADE'S PILLS. E ADE'S pILLS. E ADE'S pILLS. All who suffer from Gout er Rheumatism should immediately have recourse to EADE'S PILLS. Hun- dreds of Testimonials have been received from all Borts and conditions of men testifying to the won- derful pewer these Pills have in giving relief in the very worst cases. These Pills are purely vegetable and perfectly safe in their action. INSTANTLY BELIEVE AND RAPIDLY CURE THE WORST FORM OF GOUT, RHEUMATISM, RHEUMATIC GOUT, PAINS IN THE HEAD, FACE, AND LIMBS, And have the largest recommendation ever given but natant medicine of it. rIJLQA GOUT J^H E UM AT I S M GOUT HEUMATISM GOUT HEUMATISM GOUT RHEUMATISM GOUT HEUMATISM GOUT 16, Burton Crescent, Dewsbury-road, Leeds, May 2nd, 189t. Dear Sir,—It is with un- bounded pleasure I send you a few lines in praise of your most excellent Pills. It is six years since I first had Rheu- matic Gout, and I had three months in bed with it. Of course I had the doctor, and he sweated me down almost to a skeleton. The next spring I had another attack, and was persuaded by a friend to try your Pills. I did so, and am quite sure they prevented my being laid up again. I WOULD NOT BE WITH. OUT THEM IF THEY COST ONE POUND A BOTTLE. You are quite at liberty to make what use you like of this, and I shall be pleased to answer any poor sufferer who cares to write me (enclosing stamped address). Wishing you every success, yours truly, I ""BruT .MOUNTAIN. EADE'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILL? Are Sold by all Chemists, in Bottles, Is. lid. and 2a. 9d.; or sent post free for Postal Order by the Proprietor GEORGE EADE, 232, GOSWELL-BOAD, E.C. Ask for and be sure you obtain J&ADE'S GOUT ANY RHEUMATIC PILLS. EADE'S PILLS. COMPTON HOUSE WINTER BOOT & CLOTHING SALE, ON MONDAY NEXT, JANUARY 21st, UNTIL THE FOLLOWING SATURDAY. PAIRS 12,000 PAIRS (Twelve Thousand Pairs) BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPEES, GAIT.ERS. Great success has rewarded the exertion:, of th. Compton House Buyers, who had set before them the somewhat formidable task of making tbe First Boot and Shoe Sale of the XXth Century of equal* if not of greater, interest than any of those which have attracted such crowds of e&ger purchasers during the latter years of the Century that has just passed away. The Purchases have been on a very extensive scale: the goods are extremely varied and suited for all winter purposes they have, in every case, been secured at heavy discounts and it is firmly believed that no previous Boot Saic has provided better value for money than will be offered in the course of next week. VALUABLE STOCKS (Several Tons Weight) KEADY-MADE CLOTHING FOR BOYS, YOUTHS, AND GENTS. Great Success has rewarded the exertions of the Compton House Buyers. The Collection of Cloth- ing which will be on Sale during the coming week is provided by Three Stocks, secured on most extraordinary terms in London, Leicester, and Leeds. On the most cursory inspection of these goods, no two opinions can exist as to their high character or as to the advantages in price they offer to all who have to meet the requirements of the family. The variety, which is very large comprises Winter Clothing for Boys' and Youths of all ages, whether for the roughest or for better wear. The styles are the favourite modes of the season, and both cloths and work are excellent. A REMARKABLE PURCHASE OF LADIES' UNDERWEAR. 2,580 UNDERVESTS AKD COMBINATIONS for WINTER. These are in various seasonable textures, in- cluding 180 Undervests for Children, in fine ribbed wool. All are exceedingly cheap. ODD LOTS^OF GENTS' UNDERWEAR & OUTFITTING, Comprising a large quantity of Useful Winter Goods, all at Clearing Rates. Important to Ladies and Gentlemen. IMPORTANT TO PARENTS. COMPTON HOUSE, ALL NEXT WEEK, From MONDAY, JAN. 21st, TILL SATURDAY, SALE OF WINTER BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, READY-MADE CLOTHING AND UNDERWEAR. VAST QUANTITIES OF Ladies' Strong Useful Boots. Ladies' Boots for DressyWear. Ladies' Shoes for Out-door. Ladies' House Shoes and:Slippers. Ladies' Evening Shoes. Footwear for Girls and Children. Gaiters for Everybody. Men's Hard-wearing Boots. Gents' Boots for Best Wear. Gents' Shoes for General Wear. Gents' House Shoes and Slippers. Gents' Dress Shoes. Footwear for Youths and Boys. Leggings for Everybody. Boys' Overcoats and Suits. Boys' Clothing of all kinds. Gents' Overcoats and Suits. Gents' Clothing of all kinds. Ladies' Winter Underwear. Gents' Winter Underwear, etc., etc., etc. "STANDARD" PAPER PATTERNS Form an indispensable home requirement in every family where good style and economy are. considerations. They represent all the latest and I best modes and garments for Ladies, Gentlemen, and Juveniles of all ages, are perfectly cut, and sc simple that anyone can use them. Sold only at Compton House, Liverpool. THE MOST PERFECT COFFEE EVER INTRODUCED. This is Blankes' Famous Faust for which W. H. Watts and Co. are sole agents in Liverpool. On your next visit to Compton House, please accept a sample cup, without charge, and judge fo* yourself. GREAT BOOT AND CLOTHING SALE AT COMPTON HOUSE, LIVERPOOL. i