ISLBPHONE 222. SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES, FIELD AND OPERA GLASSES. BAROMETERS AND THERMOMETERS. WALKING STICKS. UMBRELLAS & SUNSHADES. J. D. SLDDALL, OPTICIAN TO THE INFIRMARY THE CROSS, CHESTER. REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. Umbrellas and Sunshades Re-covered in all newest colours. LANTERNS & SLIDES ON SALE OR HIRE. Oxygen and Coal Gas in Cylinders.
TNOS. WELSBY & CO. w 11 MERCHANTS BRIDGE dTUKKT, CHESTER. jCLARET, HOCK, CHAMPAGNE, &c. I Light, carefully-sel-ted Wines, suitat,e for ordinary use and winter entertainments, from very moderate prices. SHERRY, CLARET, BURGUNDY PORT, &c. Fine Dinner and After-Dinner Wines of choice 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. LA S r TWO PERFORMANCES. MILTON BODE'S FIRST ANNUAL PANTOMIME, "C I NDERELLA," Written by STANLEY ROGERS. The PANTOMIME will be POSITIVELY WITHDRAWN TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), JAN. 26th, In consequence of previous arrangements. 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 p.m. Box Plan now open at the Theatre, and at HERBERT ELLIS', 71, Furegate-street, from 11 to 4 p.m. Theatre Telephone, No. 271. JAN. 28—" THE GRIP OF IRON.Six Nights. JtfUSIC HALL, CHESTER, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH, 1901. GRAND EVENING CONCERT. Under the patronage of His Grace the Duke of West- minster, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Chester, the High Sheriff (B. C. Roberts, Esq.. J.P.). the Sheriff of Chester (Edgar Dutton, Esq.), Sir Thomas G. Frost, J.P., R. A. y, rburgh, Esq., M.P., Saml. Moss, Esq., M.P., Colonel Evans-Lloyd, J.P., George Dickson, Esq., J-P., J. Gooddie Holmes, Esq., J.P., John Roberts, Esq., M.D., J.P., James G. Frost. Esq., J.P., WILL BE GIVEN BY THE Rhondda Royal Glee Society (Winners of the First Prize at the Paris Exhibition, 1900). CONDUCTOR: TOM STEPHENS, ESQ., ASSISTED BY Contralto: Miss Hannah Jones, R.A.M. Tenor: MR. B. DAVIES. Bass: MR. D. J. BROOME. Pennillion Singer EOS DAR. Harpist: MR. TOM BRYANT. Accompanist: MR. PERCIE G. SMITH. Doors open at 7-30 p.m. To commence at 8 p.m. PRICES OF ADMISSION :—Reserved Seats, 3/6 West Gallery and Second Seats, 2/6; Side Galleries and Back Seats, 1/6; Upper Gallery, 1/ Plan of Hall may be seen and Tickets had at Messrs. PHILLIPSON & GOLDER'S. Carriages at 10-30 p.m. T H hiCh CONCERT Which was to be held at THE PUBLIC HALL, TARVIN, ON JANUARY 30TH IS POSTPONED On account of the Death of the Queen, until FEBRUARY 6TH. CHESTER OLD KING'S SCHOLARS' ASSOCIATION. In consequence of the death of her Majesty the Queen, the Annual Gathering arranged to be held at the Blossoms Hotel, on Tuesday next, the 29th inst., is POSTPONED to a later date to be here- after announced. HENRY G. HOPE, Hon. Sec. Old Bank Building's, Chester. QHESTER (XLEE CLUB SOIREE POSTPONED. TEAOHERS' DANOE, AT CAMPBELL MEMORIAL HALL. POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER PERIOD. ELECTION ADDRESSES. _'r TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. 1 LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, A vacancy having occurred through the lamented death of Mr. C. W. Dutton, I have been requested by a large number of Ratepayers to become a Candidate to represent yon in the City Council, and have much pleasure in again placing my services at your disposal. Having so recently contested the Ward, my views are already known, and should you do me the honour of electing me as one of your Repre- sentatives, I shall do all in my power to serve you faithfully. Yours obediently, CHARLES G. HASWELL. 84, Foregate.street, Chester, January 14th, 1901. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. TADIES & GENTLEMEN, —If it be your h Pleasure to elect me I shall esteem it an ho ? ?"? ? ?? Representative in the Coul Yours obediently, The C ross, Ch ester. J. D. SIDDALL. SHIPPING. ORIENT LINE TO AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, TASMANIA, CALLING AT FBEMANTLE* FOB THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. From LONDON & PLYMOUTH every Fortnight. 1\1 ?- C?BN & CO. "??i AND EPSON, 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. Telephone 204. I T. H. BANKS, I FURNITURE REMOVE EJ (ROAD OB RAIL) AND ■ GENERAL CARTER. COAL AND GRAVEL MERCHANT. Dep6t for Hilton, Anderson, Brooks & Co.'s LONDON PORTLAND CEMENT (Ingram and Clarke, Agents). Office 5, ST. WERBURG&'S MOUNT, CHESTER. THE CHESTER UNITED GAS COMPANY. THE Company have on view in their Show JL Rooms the Winter Stock of GAS FIRES By the principal Manufacturers, including all the latest improvements. Special 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 be 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 invaluable, especially in case 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. INC AN DE SCENT 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 particulars can be obtained on applica- tion, and Fitters will be sent free of charge to examine and furnish estimates. SHOW ROOMS AND OFFICES, CUPPJN STREET. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO G -I/; a. H.B.H. HER MAJESTY THE PRINCE I AND OF WALES. EG R. BOLLAND & SONS CONFECTIONERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 1g liST CLASS RESTAURANT. CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM. 1 WINES AND SPIRITS. I COFFEE. CIGARS. 8 BOLLAND'S TURTLE SOUP (prepared from fresh Turtle). B CALVES' FEET JELLY. FI Highly recommended for Invalids. J3 WEDDING CAKES. I As supplied to the Royal Family. H 122 SIZES "pt IN STOCK• ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES Gratis J J Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions. 8 CYCLISTS CATERED FOR. 9 Customers' Cycles Stored vjithout charqe. TELEGRAMS: "BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE, 57. PUBLIC NOTICES. 2 ￼ ￼ ￼ COUNTY OF CHESTER. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Proclamation of the Accession of HIS MAJESTY THE KING will be read by me at CHESTER CASTLE TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) AT TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON. BENJAMIN CHAFFERS ROBERTS, High Sheriff. 25th January, 1901. THE SPEEDY COMING OF OUR LORD J[_ 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. 7, 14, 21 & 28, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. Christian people of all denominations are invited. Admission Free. 8521 SPIRITUALISM. ON SUNDAY, January 27th, Mr. WILL PHILLIPS (Editor of "Two Worlds"), will Conduct the Services in the MASONIC HALL, UEEN-STREETJ Chester, at 2.4b and 6.30 p.m. All are welcome. Collections. BRITISH WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE JD ASSOCIATION, "Y" BRANCH. ON MONDAY NEXT, JAN. 28TH, 1901, A PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE TEMPERANCE HALL (George-street). Commencing at 7.30 p.m. Mrs. TOMKINSON will Preside, and- the Hon. Mrs. BERTRAND RUSSELL will give an ADDRESS. Collection towards Expenses. CHESTER GENERAL INFIRMARY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the A.NNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Governors will be held in the TOWN HALL (by kind per- mission of the Mayor), on TUESDAY NEXT, JANUARY 29TH, 1901. at Twelve o'clock noon. By Order of the Board of Management, F. J. WARMSLEY, Secretary. Board Room, 12th January, 1901. CHESTER DIOCESAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Association will be held in the COUNCIL CHAMBER, TOWN HALL, CHESTER (by kind permission of His Worship the Mayor of Chester), ON WEDNESDAY, THE 30TH INSTANT. AT 11-30 A.M. THE CHAIR WILL BE TAKEN BY THE LORD BISHOP. J MELVILLE HALL, 1 Hon Secs C. COPPACK, 5" THE ANNUAL MEETING JL OF THE Chester Diocesan Board of Education WILL BE HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER OF THE TOWN HALL (by the kind permission of the Mayor), ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30TH, AT 12.15 P.M., THE LORD BISHOP IN THE CHAIR. A. P. HOLMES, H S T. H. SHERIFF, 5 ecs. Y. M C A LECTURE. TEMPERANCE HALL, JANUARY 30TH. lOWING to the Death of our Beloved Queen, I the LANTERN LECTURE on "The Hundred of Wirral," by JOHN HARGREAVES, ESQ., has been indefinitely POSTPONED. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CHESTER CO OPERATIV SOCIETY, LTD. The EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE of the above Society are prepared to offer a First Prize of JE1 1/- and a Second Prize of 10/6, to Members only, for the best ESSAY on The best method of Educating the Members in the Principles of Co-operation. Essays to be sent in by March 1st, 1901, under non-de-plume, to SECRETARY, Educational Com- mittee, 9, Black Diamond-street. OWEN JONES' EXHIBITIONS AT THE KING'S SCHOOL, CHESTER. THE Trustees of the Municipal Charities of t Chester offer for Competition among duly qualified Candidates ONE EXHIBITION in the Junior Department at the King's School. The subjects for examination are—Knowledge of Holy Soripture,.Arithmetic, History, Geography, and English Grammar. Marks will be given for Latin also. The Trustees reserve the right of withholding the Scholarship if candidates of sufficient merit do not present themselves, and no one can be elected who cannot come up to the standard mentioned in the Clauses 54 and 55 of the Scheme for the Government of the School. The Competition is open to Boys of good character and sufficient health, who are sons of persons eligible to participate in the Charity of Owen Jones. Exhibitioners will be elected for one Year only in the first instance, but the time for which they hold their Exhibitions may be extended by the Trustees at. their discretion according to circum- I stances. Regard will be paid to the relative ages of the Candidates in the Examination and the awardingJ of the Exhibitions. ) Candidates must be over 8 and under 15 years ofj age, and they must send in their applications, together with certificates of character (on forms which may be obtained from the undersigned), byl the 31st instant, when they will be informed of the time of the Examination. HENRY THOMAS BROWN, Clerk to the Trustees. .45, Northgate-street, Chester, 19th January, 1901. TELEPHONE 269. GEORGE EDWARDS. REGISTERED PLUMBER, | 100 & 102, BOUGHTON, CHESTER. P Gas Fitter, Lead Light Manufacturer, &0. HEWITT'S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. I ￼ 1 I I| IRICHARD JONES' GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. II NATIONAL MOURNING. I I BLACK DRESSES. BLACK SILKS. BLACK CRAPES. BLACK VELVETS. BLACK RIBBONS. I BLACK LACE. BLACK GLOVES. I BLACK TIM. I I BLACK HOSIERY. I a BLACK MANTLES. G BLACK CAPES. 1 BLACK COSTUMES. 1 I BLACK MILLINERY. BLACK BLOUSES. I ALL AT SALE PRICES. RICHARD JONES, BRIDGE-STREET. I I GREAT CENTURY SALE DRAPERY, STATIONERY & BOOTS, STILL PROCEEDING. GREATER REDUCTIONS THAN EVER. DENSONS SALE. 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 PAGE CATALOGUE FOR FULL PARTICULARS. 9, 11 & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER. FOR HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE & CARPETS AT MODERATE PRICES SEE THE IMMENSE STOCK AT LAMONT & SON, UPHOLSTERERS AND DECORATORS, CHESTER. REMOVALS EFFECTED ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS BY ROAD OR RAIL IN LARGE PANTECHNICON VANS. ESTIMATES FREE. VALUERS TO THE COURT OF PROBATE. 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. PALETHORPE'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 GUEST & 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 offering same at GREAT, LY REDUCED PRICES. Dark MAHOGANY SUITES, in Silk Tapestry, £5. Beautiful INLAID SUITES, in Silk Tapestry, £ 6 10/ SEE WINDOWS FOR SAMPLE SUITES. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY RAILWAY STATION. CARPETS. LINOLEUMS. BLINDS. CABINET FACTORY: QUEEN STREET. TELEPHONE 236B. TELBPHONE 236. 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. GU CKENHEIM, 30, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. REPAIRS DONE ON THE PREMISES AND SOLES SEWN ON. "CESTRIAN" MODEL IRON FRAMED PIANOFORTES. WARRANTED FOR 10 YEARS. FROM 10/6 PER MONTH. THE FINEST PIANOFORTES IN THE MARKET.1 TO BE OBTAINED ONLY FROM- HERBERT ELLIS, I71, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. OLD PIANOFORTES RENOVATED AND REPAIRED. FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ESTIMATES FREE. ESTABLISHED 1875. _.M. IT-=- R E i! UÎ>¡¡¡' wa.¡-I )Ii..l FIELDER'S (76, FOREGATE STREET) GREAT CLEARANCE SALE (PREVIOUS TO STOCK-TAKING) OF ALL OUR RENOWNED CORSETS & UNDERCLOTHING, COMMENCES JANUARY 31, AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEBRUARY 16. IT IS AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM MET WITH FOR OBTAINING OUR WORLD RENOWNED CORSETS AT PRICES BELOW ACTUAL MANUFACTURERS' PRICES, AND SHOULD BE TAKEN EVERY ADVANTAGE OF. THE NEW FRENCH STRAIGHT FRONT CORSET MADE TO MEASURE. CORSETS CLEANED, COPIED & REPAIRED. 76, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. 4-STON & SON, CITY HOUSE FURNISHERS. BEDROOM SUITE, V5 5s. DINING OR DRAWING ROOM SUITES, V5 10s. I SIDEBOARDS & OVERMANTELS FROM 25s. CASH OR CREDIT. FREE DELIVERY. CATALOGUES FREE. ASTON & SON, U, WATERGATE-STREET, CHESTER. TELEPHONE 59. E. DALE, CHESTER AND ( CARNARVON, /CY FOR V HIGHEST CLASS HiRE SYSTEM AND ^V OR CASH. I LOWEST MUAMW Catalogue amt Fr" I on appuestion. COMPETITIVE ,X ?<Y — ? COMPETITIV/ E V//PIAN0S • PRICES PRICES ? F,.mlOt-M..tMy ? X?X ORGANS A \? From 5/-H<*<Mj X?'"< ¡ ",foru" Delivered; ? chM?w4ifto<t??T<d<ft ??? and warrantedI 1-ra. /oV TUNING- & SEP AIRS ? SPECIALITY. I '?''Ct'r? by Pod reo.in prc.upt a.tteatin. ? .X HE ?D OFFICE ? SH"OOMS- X 51, BRIDGE-T. ROW, CUES ER. n" -_III "1W'- BARBER'S OLD-ESTABLISHED CHINA ROOMS. Now Showing a Splendid Assortment of BREAKFAST, DINNER, TOILET, TEA SERVICES, AND VASES, SUITABLE FOR WEDDING PRESENTS, &c. GLASS, CHINA & CUTLERY ON HIRE. INSPECTION INVITED. 19 9 EASTGATE STEEET CHESTER. I. 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. I W. E. 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. ROLAND DAWSON, 46 & 48, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, fl AND 1 & 2, WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER, JEWELLER I AND CLOTHIER, DEALER IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, SILVEB AND ELECTRO-PLATED GoODS. PIANOS, FURS, CARPETS, BASSINETTES, &c. Cash Advanced to any amount on any of the above class of Goods. ￼ "| O Id. Unredeemed beautiful ??? A^/O- Diamond BREASTPIN Fox Head with ruby eyes cost £10 10s. new. ? ? /?_Pretty China TEA SERVICE, pansy I pattern, hand-painted. ?? A Well finished SIDEBOA_KU, C jj/ 3ft. 6in. wide in solid oak, high bevelled plate-glass back, canopy top. ? C?/?—Pretty and useful WORK TABLE, JLO/ O inlaid walnut top, octogan shape, nicely fitted, very strong. jf?Q Q /—Splendid BASSINETTE, rever- J?ftJ t)/ sible hood, two handles, false bottom, leather lined new style. -< Q/?—Handsome Walnut COAL BOX; 10/13 brass-mounted. f>Q "| K I—Very fine Solid Mahogany ?<LF JL<3/ DINNER WAGON, good size, 3 tier; has bad very little wear. I—Magnificent GROUP OF BIRDS; well ? ? arranged under shade. £ *<_) I it*—Out of Pledge, very handsome <?0 # ?) Dress Length of Corded Black SILK, 15 yards an exceptional bargain. DINNER CRUET, 6 cut- 13 glass bottles new pattern frame; wear equal to silver; almost new. HQ 1 K /—Lovely SQUARE of CARPET, 0?? AO/ velvet pile, size 3 by 3; a beautiful pattern with border. 1/ A YARD.—36in. wide good Bedroom CA RPET; reversible. 4*1 -I £ • /^J_Full size CHEST OF ??J.L?)/?)? DRAWERS with locks, &c., polished either mahogany or birch; well made. ?? ~| O //? Very fine pair of solid <3?0 J-0/? mahogany EASY CHAIRS, Rutland shape, upholstered in horsehair very massive. ?1 ~l K I Forfeited grand silver English <?-L -LO/ Lever W ArCH, by Jacobs, of <^M'4i- ddlesborough a 12 years' written warranty extra strong heavy cases; capped and jewelled extra. A /"I "I ? 15/- EACH.—Immense stock of /1.1 L-L Cloth HEARTHRUGS. ?*?7 "I /Well made walnut SUITE, <?& W. lU/ comprising couch, pair of easies, and four small chairs heavy frames covered in ruby colour broche velvet; have had no wear. Ol Half-dozen solid silver TEASPOONS. ? A/ in excellent condition. I PIANO, by noted maker; 0? ? -?? cost 80 guineas when new m Chippendale case ivory keys and exceptionally sweet tone; will be tuned and delivered. ?/?—Lady's pretty solid SILVER WATCH L?«/ ?? —good timekeeper. X4Q ?? /—Magnincent Set of Iron and Brass ófij BEDSTEADS, very heavily mounted, latest design, strong sides. 0/?-ComfortabIe EASY CHAIR, for lady. L??/ \? upholstered all over. -C*0 ?. /—0ut of Pledge, Singer's Treadle '?-C?? J1 L?/ SEWING MACHINE, in excel- lent condition with quantity of tools, &c. 1 Q /?—Exceptionally Handsome Set of JL<?/ \? Hand-Painted VASES; very large size; centre piece and two side vases. -?1 11? /—Nicely finished, new style <?JL-L -L?7/ BEDROOM SUITE, in satin walnut; consists of Wardrobe, Pair of Enclosed Tables, Rail, Cupboard, and 3 Chairs complete. EDGAR DUTTON & SONS, COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS JL? AND COACH PROPRIETORS, 30, FRODSHAM-STREET, CHESTER, are prepared to supply Funerals Cheaper than any other firm in the City, E. D. & Sons having purchased a Select Stock of BELGIAN HORSES, splendid Glass and Closed HEARSES, MOURNING COACHES, and BROUGHAMS. Private Broughams supplied tor Infants' Funerala. E. D. & Sons take the ENTIRE MANAGE- MENT OF FUNJSKALS, in Town or Country, with due regard to Economy and Taste. Coffins made and delivered in Town or Country at a few hours' notice. All Coffins made on the Premises by Practical Work C [Infants' Funerals complete with a Pair-horse Coach from 16s.] Hearses, Broughams, A Wedding Equipages on Hire at Moderate Charges. The Trade supplied with every Requisite. PRIVATE ADDRESSES 12, UNION WALK, adjoining Stables and WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON. ISAAC WILLIAMS & SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, A GAS FITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. PLUMBERS' BRASS WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTION ■Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, Ac. H Glass ia all Qualities and Patterns kept in Stock. NATIONAL MOURNING. JOSEPH BECKETT & Co. Have jnst received an immense Stock of BLACK MOURNING DRESS FABRICS AT SPECIAL PRICES. DRESS LENGTHS of BLACK SERGE, Six Yards Double Width, 611,811, 10/6 and 12/6 each. DRESS LENGTHS of BLACK SERGE, Seven Yards Double Width, 14 6,16/6,18/6, 2lj. each. ALL WOOL SERGES, 23, 2/6, 2/11, 3/11 and 4,6 the yard. SERGE SKIRT LENGTHS, and 4 yard Lengths, 4/6, 5/6, 6/6, 7,6 and upwards. Double Width BLACK CASHMERES and MERINOS, 1ill, 2 11, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11 and 5/11 per yard. All Wool POPLINS and BENGALINES, CLOTHS, FREIZES, and DIAGONAL FABRICS, 2/11, 3/11,54/11 per yard. Ready-made SERGE SKIRTS, about 150 Skirta in all Sizes and Lengths, 13/6, 17/6, 21 and upwards. MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS, COS- TUMES, SHIRTS, AND BLOUSES. GLOVES, AND EVERY REQUISITE FOR MOURNING. POSTAL ORDERS EXECUTED IN ROTATION. Chester, January 25th. 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 1i- per pair ALL MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS, &c., AT CLEARING PRICES. APPLETON'S SALE, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. COVERLETTE HAIR FRAMES, FROM 3 0. WEAR THE ■) ￼ [MMOV ABLE Fro I 3CALPETTE. 21," l TAILSF'-M ? PUREOAIRJ 5,6 T. SEALES BROWN, 3, LEECE STREET, LIVERPOOL. ASK FOR ROM OL A The Cream of Old Scotch Whiskies. PROPRIETOR GEORGE BARLOW, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, THE OLD VAULTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. EADE'S PILLS. IE ADE'S PILLS. E ADE'S pILLS. E ADE'S PILLS. E ADE'S PILLS. E ADE'S JpiLLS. All who suffer from Gout er Rheumatism should immediately have recourse to EADE'S PILLS. Hun- dreds of Testimonials have been received from all sorts and conditions of men testifying to the won- derful pewer these Pills have in giYing relief in the Ivery worst cases. These Pills are purely vegetable uid 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 any patent medicine of its class. GOUT RHEUMATISM GOUT RHEUMATISM GOUT HEBMATISM GOUT RHEUMATISM GOUT RHEUMATISM GOUT 16, Burton Crescent, Dewsbury-road, Leeds, May 2nd. 1894. 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 qaite 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 t8 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, ALBKET MOUNTAIN. EADE'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS AM Sold by all Chemists, in Bottles, I& ltd. Md J?-?' or sent post free for Postal Order by the Proprietor GEORGE EAVE, 2&% GoswM?-?OAp, E.C. Ask for d be M?e yocoMi?n BADE S GOUT ANY BHEUMATIC PILLS. EADE'S PILLS. J)ON'T COUGH-USE J)ON'T COUGH-USE DON'T COUGH—USE There is absolutely no remedy so speedy a. d Ves c:u 01 e Lozen relief; can be taken by the z.Vtodna,pcar KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES, KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES, KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES, If you cannot sleep for coughing. one If eating's Lozenge will set you right. Any Doctor will tell you they are UTTERLY UNRIVALLED. XJTTERLY UNRIVALLED. UTTERLY UNRIVALLED. Sold everywhere in tins lSfd. esch, or free on receipt of stamps from THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, London.