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TO ADVERTISERS. prepayment being required for short Advertisements from parties with whom we have no account Lhey will see from the following scale the amount to be paid for each insertion, which can be sent in sUmps s. d. I 20 WOKDS 1 0 I 30 WORDS 1 6 40 „ 2 0 8. U. 54 WORDS 2 6 70 it 3 0 « I I If not 1'1i(1 in advance FULL RATES will tie cnainea. All Advertisements not ordered for a detinite period will hp inserted until countermanded. Wanted. WANTED, a HOUSE and SHOP, in Hope-strect.- W Rent 110 object—Apply Adveihsei Office, 1815a COOPERING T?ANTED, an?PPBENTICE to?he COOPERING W Business.—Apply to Mr J. PIERCE, Cooper, 51, Chester-stheet, Wrexham. 1939j WANTED, two Young Men, as competent assistants to the Grocery Trade.—Apply by letter, B. C., at the Advertiser Office, Wrexham. 1851C W VV RANTED Ladies' Genttcmen's?nd Children's left oil' Chulu-s. H?hcst prices given.—Apply No. 37, High Street, Wrexham. 5?? '%IPANY. AVanted, some WRFXffAill GAS COMPANY. — Wanted, some I fV NEW SHARES in the above Company. State number itnd lowest price,—Address S. R, 2, Bank-square, Southport. 1921b W ANTED, a respectable Person as GENERAL V V SERVANT in a. small family, where help is given. Wages according to ability. Engiish preferred.Apply personally, or by letter, to C., Brooklyn, Ruabon. 189Dj "1;XTA:N,T:D, Apartments consisting of a Sitting-room, VV HbJroom, and siN?I unfurnished room for study, &c., in the neighbourhood of Bhosdr'u. Where there is a ganlc-n preferred. Apply at the Advertiser Office. 1 71j 10HESTinTi^ .& Gentlemen's, 1 .L ftiait Cb'hiVeti's l.EFT-OFF CLOTHES iii or tmall quantities.—Apply vt the New and Second- hand Clothing 113-Ope- street- Wre-,b am baud 556b To7x)MMISSION TRAVELLERS—AManufacturer JL of Shirt an( Clothing is ready to treat for the sale of his "cods in Wales, with anyone having a good con- nection amongst Drapers and Out-fitters. Address Box It 47, Po-t Of-frce, Manchester. J:?? "A S MANAGER or Farm AILIFP.-The advertiser, J\. a pnactical man of experience desires to meet -with a re-ongairvment as above. He has had 20 years exper- ience in England, Wales, and Scotland. Has first-class testimonials.—Address, W. PAGAN, Nant Hall, Prestatyn, Rhyl, North Wales. 1906a To be Let. OFFICES to LET in the most central part of the town. Apply at the Advertiser Office. 1832a TO LET, a MALTKILN, situate at Hafodybwch — TApply to Mr THOMAS, on the premises. 1905a O^ LET, a MALTKILN, situate in the town of tli(-, Adria'liner Office.' lOOlj IN WitEXHArsl.- To be LET, a MALTKILN.— JL ANIDY to Mr EVANS, Three Tuns, V l'ëh:¡ll1. 1821b TO LKT, twenty five acres of AFTER-GRASS.—Ap- PLY to Mr W. BAYLEY, Stationer, Wrexham. 1935 NE W MARQUEE for HIRE ] 60 feet by 24 feeh— A-Apl)ly to Mr H.?MER, Turf Hotel, Wrexham. 1795j ? ? r REXHAM"TE?T COM PAN Y, LIMITED.— W MARQUEES ON HIRE. Apply to Mr T. R. HEY WOOD, Secretary. G55b T- 613E LET, at RbosdduaGOOD HOUSE, with im. t meili ite possession.—Apply at Mr Rowlands, gro- cer, Rhosddu, Wrexham. 1915 APARTMENTS TO LET, furnished, consisting of Parlour and Bedroom, pleasantly situated in the town. of Wrexham.—Apply at the Adveriiser Oljice. 1912 HEEP BY THE PARTS.—Mr THOMAS M. SHAW, of the Twll, Bangor, is desirous of putting 18 good cross bred EWES out by the parts, in either one or more ots. Communications strictly confidential. 1717a TO LlT, the HOUSE and SHOP, No. 16, Bank-street, conti ally situate;! in one of tLe busiest thorough- fares, and suitably fitted «ith every convenience for officef. Apply to Mr. E. JOXES, 52, Chester-street, Wrexham. IGlOe *_1L 10 be LhT, at Lhu?nllcn, the BIRCH HILL T BREWERY and DWELLING-HOUSE, at a moderate lent.—Apply to J. ARLINGTON HUGHES, Esq., Solicitor, Wrexham. 1886a TO BE LET, COTTAGE, with immediate JL possession near Hope rotation, Mold Railway, con- taining Parlour, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, four good Bedrooms, and 3353 yards of good land.—Apply to ED- WARD WILCOCK, shopkeeper, near the premises. 1909 TO be LET, from Lady Day, 1868, RHOSYNALT i PARK, situate about 3 miles from Ruabon, on the Great Western Railway, containing about 55 statute acre: of excellent Grass Land with good supply of Water. —Apply to Mr SAMUEL GRIFFITHS. Overton Bridge near Ruabon. 1sula HOUSE and SHOP to LET in the lead mine district, M Gwernaffield, suitable for draper, grocer, and baker. Shop, storeroom, kitchen, parlour, pantry, large back-kitchen, four bedrooms, two gardens, and suitable back buildings, all enclosed by walls. Family deaths the cause of letting -Apply to Mr E. TKEGILGAS, Mold. No objection to grant Lease. 1695a TO BE LET or SOLD BYPRIVATE TK1 ATY, a J_ pleasantly situated DW ELLING-HOUSE, con- taining two large front rooms, pai try, and two back rooms, and four good bedroon s, vita convenient out- buildings, garden, and about two acres of good land.—For further particulars apply by letter., R. E. H., Post Office, Mold. 902e MOLD, FLINTSHIRE. TO be LET, that most desirable farm called TYN- T WLL," situate on the Mold and Holywell turnpike roall, and within one mile of the Mold Railway Station. Comprising a genteel residence with suitable farm build- ings, and about 80 acres of Land.—Applications to be forwarded to Messrs KELLY, KEENE, and ROPER, Solicitors, Mold. 1892a TO BE LET, within one mile of the town of Wrex- ham, from October 1st, 18G7, to May, 1867, or per- manently if desired, The Caebryn," a genteel family residence, containing dining, drawing, and breakfast rooms, four good bedrooms, kitchens and servants' con- veniences, a good garden, yard with stabling for three horses, coach house, cow houses for three cows, together with fourteen acres of good pasture land.—Apply by letter to Miss BURTON, on the premises. 1606a VALUABLE STONE QUARRY. TO be DKT on LEASE, the GARDDEN LODGE TPREESTONE QUARRY, at Ruatou, now in full work (having been opened by the Proprietor). This Quarry to the celebrated Celn range, and, in addit^. u ;o • b 't Building purposes, the material is admi: y tc I for Grindstones of all size-, Scythe Shari e e Moinuimts, Curb a-.d Put nice-Ilearth Stones &c., of tl qu; lity, which find ready sales at hopp and A convenient Depot and Railway S:d;,i.- i-.i the Quarry, and other important tuf • r a fl' -xvied. apply to Ilenry Beckett, Wolverhampton. 1922? Sales by Private Contract. SALE OF FREEHOLD COTTAGES, IN TUTTLE STREET, WREXHAM. TO be SOLD by PRIVATE TREATY, either in one J_ lot or separately. All those 21 FREEHOLD COTTAGES and SHOP, situate in Tuttle-street, in the town and borough of Wrexham, now in the occudation of Mrs Mary Cross, and others. To treat for the same, apply to Mr T. P. JONES, Avenue Chambers, Liverpool; or to Messrs BAUGH and JONES, Temple Chambers, Wrexham. 1713a FOR SALE, two STEAM BOILERS one 29ft. 6in. by F5ft. 6in., and one 26ft. 3in. by 3ft. 3in.-Apply to the Broughtou Hall Iron Works, near Wrexham. 1823d TO GENTLEMEN AND GARDENERS.-A large JL Stock of GARDEN POTS of all sizes ready for the Potting Season, at Plaskynaston Potteries, Cefn, Ruabon. OTTAGE SITES.-For Sale, an eligible Plot of LAND suitable for the erection of Cottages,close to the town of Wrexham.—Apply, Advertiser Office. d HANDSOME PIANOFORTE for SA-LE, with all the L L modern improvements, in rich walnut case.—Apply at the Advertiser Office. 1461a ON SALE, a number of PIGS—very choice breed.— Apply to Mr RICHABD GRIFFITHS, Gardener, Gatefield, Wrexham Fechan. 1557d ON SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACT, Two CORN- ISH BOILERS, equal to new, 30 feet long, and feet diameter; Mountings and all complete.—Apply to Mr GEORGEHOWAITH, Leeswood Green Cannel Pit, Mold; or to Mr E. H. TAYLOR, Padeswood, Mold. 1756a TO TIMBER MERCHANTS.—To be disposed of, the Twho' e or part of an Interest in a Timber Yard and Saw Mills, situate m the midst of colleries, and cloe and Saw Alills, -Por further information apply by letter A.B., jMuertMef Omce, Wrexham. d TO BUTCHERS AND OTHERS. ON SALE, Fat and Store Sheep, any number to suit purchasers, every WEDNESDAY, at the TURF HOTEL.—Apply to Mr. DAVID JONES, Sheep Dealer, Xombpit-street, Wrexham. 819a Sales by Private Contract. FOR SALE.-A PONY TRAP and HARNESS, all in .P excellent condition.—Apply to Mr ROEERT MOSS, The Nant. 1902f ROUEN DUCKS.-TO be SOLD, at a moderate price, 9 DRAKES and IS DUCKS.-Apply to John LEWIS, junr., Rhanberfedd, Hope., Flint. 1913f TO be SOLD by PRIVATE TREATY, a commodious PUBLIC-HOUSE and Three C(-vVTA.GES, 4-,ich containing six room-, with Pigstyes and Pri\ "3., A, wIll with good water ull the premises. Situate on !;I'lc1 and Wrexham turnpike, about three miles from There are respectable tenants in. The building is llO' paying over 8 per cent. I ei- furthr parti- culars apply to W..TOXE.S, Architect, Mold. _lïSf,a m1 O BE SOLD —FREEHOLD BUILDING LANDS, Tin Lots varying f:m a quarter to several Mrcs, beautifully situated in the most flourishing parts of the Brou-btc,ii ani Gwoivjlit townships. Also, a fine site for a Villa in Grove Park. Lots "f valuable Building I Lands for Villa R •Meiiccs, situate on either side of the Giosvenor B-vid. The Property called Regent's Place; comprising 3 houses, an office, and a large and commo- dious yard. This has a frontage to Hope-street, and its proximity to the Railway Station renders the Property peculiarly valuable to a builder or a timber and slate merchant.—For plans and particulars apply to Mr ISAAC SHONE, Agency Offices, Wrexham. 1291d I STEAM ENGINE AND SELF-ACTING LATHE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, a Capital JL Six-horse Perpendicular STEAM ENGINE, with boiler, nttin?s, and steam guage, 6? inch cylinder, 15 inch stroke, on a large foundation stone, fitte with ?- 1 force pump, metallic piston, wrou?ht-ir? mM fitted with By Wheel, wall box, n- 11 bor4c perpendicular ST ? ? ???'?" iSt a capital ?-If-acUng T b.?,st, che; also, a capl a l' .aCClllg' ? ?.<?INE and bedstfone; extra pacl{}, ) -v y l.. a ? -?ATHE? with 7-inch centres and tm t ?'D 12 in- talis 12 inches, on planed iron bed and —-«juards. 12 fefei i6ng, wi,rh face and driving plates, and set of chagc wheels for screw -cutting, and over-head mo- tion the whole of the bricks from boiler and chimney shaft. 40 feet high. Apply to Mr Fox, Auctioneer, Savings' Bank, Oswes- try, 1824d PRELIMINARY NOTICE. PERSONS desirous of purchasing Handsome and Substantial Semi-detached VILLAS, containing each of them dining, drawing, breakfast, and other spacious rooms to match, can do so shortly as two such houses are now being erected near to Grosvenor Lodge, on the west side of the Grosvenor Road, close by and within a few minutes walk of the Wrexham Railway Station. NOW ON SALE.-A beautiful modern Country VILLA. RESIDENCE, suitable for a gentleman who may wish to hunt with Sir W. W. Wynn's hounds, in a healthy and delightful situation, and within a very short drive of the Wrexham Railway Stations. There are a few acres of land with large gardens, stables, and coach- house, and other convenient offices belonging to it. For Particulars and Plans apply to Mr ISAAC SHONE, Agency Offices, Wrexham. 7th June, 1867. 1292d Lost and Found. LOST, from the Wynnstay Arms Yard, a SMALL PARCEL, containing a pair of Boots; supposed to have been put by the under-ostler in the wrong carriage. The finder would oblige by returning them to Mr JAMES WHITEFOOT, at the Wynnstay Arms. 1037i FOUND, a PURSE containing money. The rightful Fownel, can have it by paying expenses.—Apply at the Advert iser Office for information. 192ub ~OUND STRAYING, 14 rearing CALVES. The Fowner can have them by paying expenses on appli- cation to Mr GRIFFITHS, Auctioneer, Overton. 1936 FOUND, a Spaniel DOG, if not claimed before the JL' 16th inst., will be sold to defray expenses.—Apply to RICHARD WILLIAMS, Stansty Hall. 1910 TAKEN up four SHEEP, the owner can have them Tby describing the marks and paying expences.— Apply to Mr GEORGE HARDING, Cuddington, Malpas. 1911 Education. Mil, EDWIN HARRIS S, (Organist and Director of the Choir of S. Mark's Church, Wrexham,) WILL be happy to give LESSONS on the ORGAN, I V V HARMONIUM and PIANOFORTE, and in ) SINGING. ) Pupils prepared for the Profession; also, finishing lessons given in either of the above accomplishments. Schools attended. Terms on application to Mr EDWIN HARRISS, Wood- bine Cottage, Rhosddu, Wrexham. 1447d MR EDWIN HARRIS, Organist and Director of JAJ- the Choir of S. Mark's, Wrexham, will be open to ane ngagemcnt on Sunday Eveuings' after the 13th of OCOTBER, 1867. 1934 ELEMENTARY SINGING CLASS. MR EDWIN HARRIS will commence a series of Elementary Singing Lessons on THURSDAY, Oct. 31st. Subscriptions 7s 6d for the series. Names to be sent to Mr E. Harris, Woodbine Cottage, Rho-ddu, Wrexham. Mr HARRIS particularly requests those who intend joining the above class to attend the First Lesson. The Room in which the lessons will be given, will be announced in next week's pap Jr. 1933 Business Announcements. No. 35, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM. MR DAVID JONES begs to inform his friends and the public of Wrexham, and its vicinity generally that he has taken the above shop and premises, lately oc- cupied by Mr Thomas Williams, of Gresford, which he intends opening THIS DAY, with a supply of prime Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c., and respectfully requests a share of public patronage. High-street, Saturday, Oct. 12th, 1867. 1928 THE RUABON FOUNDRY COMPANY, ENGINEERS, RUABON, NORTH WALES. MAKERS, of Steam Engines, Boilers, Clay Mills, j?JL Pit Head Pulleys, Waterwbeels, Cranes, Cast and Wrought Iron Girders, Turntables, Crossings and Railway I Plant in General, and Colliery Machinery of every class. All descriptions of Castings at very low prices. Orders executed with despatch and accuracy. Drawings and estimates on application. 1463a CHEETHAM AND CHADWICK, ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS, 3IACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, EAGLE FOUNDRY, TUTTLE STREET, WREXHAM. ENGINES, Vertical or Horizontal, Clay Mills, Water E'vVhcels, Pit-heads, and o?her Pulleys, Turn Tables, Wrought and Cast Girders, Boilerand Boiler Mount- ings, Colliery Plant, Shafting and Gearing of all kiuds for Brewers, Farmers, Millers, &c., Horse Machines, Agricultural Implements, Iron and Brass Castings of every description. Repairs, Smith work, &c., &c. 1931 R. C. EDWARDS, :J M.R.C.V.S.E., & M.E.V.M.S., VETERINARY SURGEON, 18, WREXHAM-STREET, MOLD, BEGS to announce to the inhabitants of Mold and its neighbourhood that he has arranged to commence practice at No. 18, Wrexham-street, and hopes by sedulous attention to the duties of his profession to obtain the confidence and support of owners of Horses, Cattle, &c. Mr E. feels justified in mentioning that the examiners of the Edinburgh Veterinary College, where he passed his examination, honoured him by awarding him fiist- class medals-one for proficiency in Horse Pathology; another for Cattle Pathology; and a third for Chemistry. 1888a QANTON JJ O U S E, CEFN, RUABON. TEA, GROCERY, & ITALIAN WAREHOUSE. JOHN LLOYD, PROPRIETOR. 1240j THOMAS ROBINSON, AND CO., Burton-on-Trent Ales. JAMES PARKIN, Agent for North Wales, Cheshire, and Shropshire.—All orders entrusted to J. P. executed direct from the house. 1227f MRS. McKA Y, DRESSMAKING &• SEWING MACHINE ROOMS, 14, CHESTER-STREET, WREXHAM (Late 17, Queen-street). QUILTING AND UNDERCLOTHING MADE. 1855b CHARLES CLARKE, BILL POSTER FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY) TOWN CRIER, AND NEWS AGENT. FLINT. r the sale of the WREXHAM ADVERTISER Bagillt, Northop, and surrounding districts. NOTICE. THE GWERSYLLT BRICK AND TILE WORKS are now in full operation and open to supply the Public with all descriptions of Fire Clay Goods on most moderate terms. For further particulars apply* to the North Wales Coal Iron, and Fire Brick Company, Limited, Gwersyllt, nea Wrexham. 1398 Business Announcements. CONCERTS.-PENNY READINGS. MR. E. HARRISS, Organist, S. Mark's, Wrexham, will be happy to engage with promoters of Concerts, Penny Readings, Entertainments, &c., during the forth- coming season. Woodbine Cottage, Rhosddu, Wrexham. 1710a A CHALLENGE TO THE WORLD. ISAAC JONES, 87, HIGH-STREET, MOLD, Flintshire, is open to an engagement in difficult cases of cows calving or mares foaliag, where skill must be exercised with a view of saving the mother's life, with any man on the turf for ZCIOO. 1597a TI-TE BUCKLEY BRICK AND TILE COMPANY, LIMITED. fHIS Prepared to supply FIRE BRICKS, FLpOR aftd RIDGE TILES, PIPES, and every other article of Bueklay Mountain Fire-clay Manufacture, of first-class quality. All orders will be promp: exec;YisIl1 944 Wy inforrtjatifjji given on appli. cation to MB JNO. M. GIBSON, Secretary and Mana? J  BUCKLEY, NEAR SFOIO. uly, 1867. ?ggQ? J  M-T> T> PHOTOGRAPHY. PORTBsA?? cid?atrt??mS? n??' *"■ ?? ?? CABINET i PORTRAITS for framp' r Thesepicturcs(" .» These pictures f- ? ?? ? recent .i.mport .?roTe- ments in u?pp?el. ?,?-??????? and finish }t°o  ?oeel engravings, an d '"? acknowledged to be ..me of the best specimen acknowledged to be ",orne of the .best SpeClmeD'yet produced by photography. The 9abnet ??rtraits can also be had beautifully <??''? oil or water colors. Cartes de Visite plain or tinted. 26, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. Mr B. J. EDWARDS begs to announce that he is now making arrangements for the present season for photo- f h graphing country residences, groups, portraits of horses, &c. Terms on application at the Studio, 26, Hope-street, Wrexham. 43b BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS, CHURCH SER- -D VICES, and the OLD CHURCH HYMN BOOKS, always on sale at CHARLES G. BAYLEY'S, THE CROSS & CHURCH-STREET, OSWESTRY. MR. W. a EATON, AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, ESTATE AGENT, AND ACCOUNTANT, BEGS to solicit those who may require his services in BSelling by Auction, Letting or Managing House Property, or speedily Disposing of Businesses, to furnish him with full particulars of their requirements. Books Balanced and Audited, Tradesmen's, Executors', and Trustees' Accounts prepared for settlement. Deeds, Documents, Specifications, and Writings accurately and expeditiously copied. Rents and Debts collected and recovered. Fire and Life Policies effected. Valuations for Probate and Administration prepared. Office 69, Wrexham-street, Mold. 1268e THE WREXHAM A DVERTISER May be obtained from M R. THOMAS L L 0 Y D, News Agent, 1G, TITHEBARN-STKEET, LIVERPOOL.  FIVE QUIRE Packet of good CREAM LAID A NOTE PAPER for TENPENCE, at A. & M. BEADCIEY S, Stationers, Wrexham. ACCOUNT BOOKS, NOTE PAPER, ENVELOPE S STEEL-PENS, REGISTRATION INK, and a GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF PLAIN & FANCY STATIONERY SOLD BY C. G. BAYLEY, The C-oss & Chuveh SLveet, Oswestry Railway Announcements. WREXHAM MOLD AND CONNAH'S QUAY RAILWAY. ALTERATION OF TRAINS. ON and after OCTOBER 1st, and until further notice, the TRAINS will run as follows:— DOWN TRAINS. | UP TRAINS. STÅTlOS. :1 2 3123123 1 2 3123123 STATIONS. a.m. p.m p.m ST.?.TIOIZS. a.m. p.m :p.m Wrexham dep. 9 4021??-0 Duckley (lep. 10 2(? 5 08?.5 Gwersyllt „ 9 472 17.8 7 Hope Junction 110 27?5 7 8 52 !ilo 31?5 159 0 Cefnybedcl. 9 o4? 27 8 17, Ca,?-wle „ ilU 3?? 159 0 Caergwrle 10 52 3.?82.5 Ccfnybfdd. .5 2'2 9 7 HopeJunc?on 110 11) -1 441S -? -1 Gwersylit 77 10 52?a 3-)9 17 Buckley arr. 10 20? 5':J3 45 Wroxhana.uT.1 11 0 5 40 9 25 This Train on Saturdays will leave Wrexham at 8 30 p.m. „ "Buckley at 9 15 „ MAWDDWY RAILWAY. THE Public are informed that this Railway was TOPENED for Public Traffic on Monday, Sept. 30th. The Passenger Trains run as under (calling at Aber- angel and Cemmes when required) :— A.M. P.M. P.M. P.K. 1,2, & Par. 1,2,3. 1,2,3. 1,2,3. DInas .dep. 8 40 12 40 4 20 G 10 Ceinmes Iioad arr. 9 10 1 10 4 50 6 40 A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. 1,2, & Par. 1,2,3. 1,2,3. 1,2,3. Cemmes Road .dep. 9 20 2 35 4 55 6 50 Dinas .arr. 9 50 3 5 5 25 7 20 Traffic Manager's Office, E. ELIAS. Oswestry, Sep. 27th, 1867. y CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. THE Public are informed that the EXTENSION of -L the line between PENRHYNEUDRAETH and PWLLHELI is now open for Goods and Prssenger Traffic. For rates, &c., apply to Traffic Manager's Office, E. ELIAS, Traffic Manager. Oswestry. September 24th, 1867. a CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. SEA BATHING.—Every MONDAY and THURSDAY until further notice, a Cheap EXCURSION TRAIN will run to ABERDOVEY, TOWYN, BARMOUTH, and DOLGELLEY, at the following Cheap Fares for the Double Journey:— To Barmouth Junction and To Aberdovey Penmaenpool and Town. (for Dolgelley) a.m. 1st Cls. Cv. Cr. 1st Cls. Cv. Or. From Oswestry.dep. 6 45 „ Hyncty?. „ 6 53 ) Llanymynech 6 59 7s. 9d. 3s. 3d. 8s. 9d. 4s. 6d. Four Crosses 7 3 Pool Quay „ 7 12 „ Butlington 7 18 ) l 7s. 3s. 85. 45. Welshpool 7 8s. 4s. „ Forden 7 40 „ Montgomeiy.. 7 45 [ 7s. 3s. 8s. 4d. „ Abermule „ 7 55 „ Newtown 8 6 Ijlanidloes. 7 40 „ Dolwen „ 7 46 5s. 9d. 25. 9d. 7s. 3s. Mandln?m 7 56 J „ Moat Ij?nc June. 8 21 Caersws 8 25 S £ £ z »,, SSSj ?.ed.2s.3d. «• «• Car no 8 50 Llanbrynma¡r." 9 5 Cemmes Road.. 9  )?s. 6d. Is. 9d. 5s. 25. Gd. ? segagsf- SMI* *• The Excursionists may break their Journey at Machyn- lleth. Children under Twelve, half-price. The Return Train will leave Penmaen Pool at 4 25, Barmouth Junction at 4 45 p.m., Towyn at 5 30 p.m., and Aber- dovey at 5 50 p.m. BY ORDER. Traffic Manager's Office, Oswestry, August 24th, 1867. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. LAST EXCURSIONS OF THE SEASON. ON MONDAYS, OCTOBER 7th, 14tb, 21st, and 28th, and THURSDAYS, October 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st, a Cheap EXCURSION TRAIN will run to BORTH and ABERYSTWITH, at the following Cheap Fares for the Double Journey :— TO BORTH. TO ABERYSTWITH. 1st. Cov. Car. 1st. CJ. Ccv. cars,  l .2! ?? ?? ?Od =»« Barmouth Ferry 7 10 t LlwYl1gwril ?. 7  Is 6d s Od 2s Od T?;"L:n? oa ?6d <a M 2s Od Children under 12, Half-price. Returning from Aberystwith at 3 30 p.m., and Borth at 4 5 p.m. BY ORDER. Traffic Manager's Office, Oswestry, Oct. 3,1867. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. SEA BATHING.—LAST EXCURSION OF THE SEASON. SEVEN HOURS AT THE SEA SIDE. ON MONDAYS, OCT. 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th, and THURSDAYS, OCT. 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st, a Cheap EXCURSION TRAIN will run to BORTH and ABERYSTWITH, at the following Cheap Fares for the Double Journey :—On Mondays and Thursdays. Depart from Oswestry at 6 45 a.m.; Llynclys, 6 53:; Llanfyllin, 6 15; Llansaintffraid, 6 35; Llanymynech, 6 59; Four Crosses, 7 3; Pool Quay, 7 12. Fares To Borth, 1st class 6s. 6d., cov. carrs. 2s. 6d.; to Aberyst- with 1st class 8s., cov. carrs. 4s. Buttington, 7 18 j Welshpool, 7 30. Fares To Borth, 1st class 6s., cov. carrs. 2s. 6d.; to Aberystwith, 1st class 7s., cov. carrs. 3s. 6d.; Forden at 7 40 a.m.; Montgomery, 7 45- Kerry, 7 30; Abermule, 7 55. Fares for double journey- to Borth lst class, 6s., cov. cars., 2s. 6d.; to Aberystwith 7s 3s6d.Newtc.wn, 86; Llanidloes, 7 40; Dolwen, 7 46; Uan(linim, 7 55; Moat Lane Junction, 8 21. Fares to !Borth, 5s., 2s. 3d.; to Aberystwith, 6s., 3s. Caer- sws, 8 25; Pontdolgoch, 8 35; Carno, 8 50; Llanbryn- aU  Fares to Bortb, 4s., 2s. j ? Aberystwith. 58., k <2s. L 6a. Cemmes Road, 9 15; Machynlleth, 9 25: Fares to Borth, 3s., Is. 6d.; to Aberystwith, 5s., 2s. (id. Arriving at Borth a. 10 0, and Aberystwith at 10 30 a.m. The excursionists may break their journey at Machyn- Ileth or Ynysias. Children under 12 half-price. The return tlam will leave Aberystwith: at 6 0 p.m., Borth at 6 30 p.m., and Machynlleth at 7 0 p.m. Traffic Manager's Office, Oswestry, Oct. 3rd, 1867. BY ORDER. THE WONDER OF THE AGEil AT oc, AT A atet i Spir it < -p Sponge LAMP, G 0 burns splendidly without < holding Liquid. V Ten hours brilliant Light for a Farthing. Paraffin Lamp, to burn with or without chimnies. PARAFFIN, BENZOLINE, AND COLZA OILS At greatly Reduced Prices. <T :R\\O A p large Stock o G of Fcnders and I r 0 Fire-irons; Kitchen a Parlour Grates: Marble and Enamelled Chimney-Pieces Iron nedatead i and Matireases; Electro-plated Tea and Cofree Services, Eleçtro-plaied Spoons, Forks, and Cruet Frames, Joseph Kodgers and Son's celebrated Cutlery. t\1A' t Cyfo Corn '? G \1" Sacks, Chaff and a Pulping Machines, Washing and Wringing do., Ploughs, Harrows, Carts, Scarifiers, Weighing Machines, Scales and Weights, C. S. Digging and Potatoes Forks, Spades and Shovels. Builders and Parties Building supplied at Wholesale Prices. R. O. JONES, GENERAL FURNISHING IRONMONGER, THE GOLDEN PADLOCK, 41, HIGH STREET (3 Doors from the Town Hall), 189ij WREXHAM. LATEST MARKETS. LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET^^ The market this morning war very excited, and the small quantity of wheat available for millers caused the price of that article, to gradually acvance, until at the close of the market white wheat sold at 8s. per quarter over Tuesday's rates, and red at 4s. to 5s. Flour was 3s. per sack dearer. Oats and meal were rather higher. Beans and peas were Is. 6d. per quarter dearer. Indian corn was 9d. over the quotations of last market. LONDON CORN MARKET.—YESTERDAY. The market was firm, with an upward tendency for wheat. Oats 6d. dearer. Other things unaltered. WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.—FRIDAY. Wheat was fully 3s. dearer than on last Friday, with a fair sale. Barley and peas Is. dearer. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. LATEST NEWS. FRIDAY NOON, OCTOBER 11, 1867. I Prices. RAILWAYS. Last Last 100 Croat Fi_-tern. Z ~Tfl I Friday. To.(hy. 100 Great Northern (Stock) 'llOt'lV1 a 100 GreatNorthc.m (Stock) '110?'n? 100 Great Western lo" g14' '7 100 Lneashire and Yorkshire  ? )'R" 7 -a '8 1 2 6 7 100 South Western. ?-8?' 100 Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincoln ? 50, F 50 1 100 London and North Western .1114.14I 114 V 100 Caledonian ;l04xd,? ?04'3 j l04xd I' i"4 12343'' 41 100 Metropolitan. ?I24''?l- ''343' 41 10 Wresh;¡m, Mold, and Connah's Quay ?j 4 12334, 4,f 100 ^rand Tiunk of Canada  19?,? ips 19 23 Alliance (Lim.) BANKS. J! 10, 91 d 2j Alhanee (Lim.) 10 9? d a Eastern Exchange (Lim.) .? ?, § d 10 Mercantile and Exchange (Lim.) 71i, 1 1J '1 d 10 National (Lim.) i d 11, 10 North and South Wales 20 f a 20^ 7} North Western (Lim.) a ?d 2k' l d 2.5 London Financial (L;m.) 2 2, 0 d 6Liverpool Finance (Lim.) 2S,? 10 Manchester and Liverpool District 16. 16' p 20 Midland (Lim.) 1 d, par 12 yationalProvineial. 40 40 1 ?National Provincial Bank I47 8 '? 9 ICredit Fon. and Mob. of England. 7J, 6| d MISCELLANEOUS. 10 Anglo-American Telegraph. Ha, s 17S1 3 3 5 ?Atlantic Cable 8 per tents 3.? 3 3??3? 7 (Mersey Steel and Iron Company ct! G d 1National Stearn Ship Company 53, 6 681 )611 20 North Shore Mills (Lim.) 193 20] 20 iWest India and Pacific Steam fj 6:1, gi 40 Flintshire Oil and Cannel Company 30, 20 d LOCAL. 1 Provincial Insurance Company ? an 10 Market Hall Company 2 5 &as Company, Wrexham 4 p ?pxd 2 Gas Company, New Shares. 2A?p p?pxd 1 Gas Company, Ruabon 4 p 5?GasCo;npany,Ce;n ? ?' par 10 Wrexham Wa' e=, orks Company par 10 ?WynnllallCjalComDany. Ud lO?yn?r-OwenColHeryCompmy. ?par.sp par 1 Wrexham Loan and Investment j p 10 \DrPhwys asson Slate Quarry 2d 3 d 25 MmeraMine 135 p 3?MineraUnionDo.J ?" 1 P S?SouthMineraDo. ? ? 1 d 3 Wvnnstay Mining Company 1 d 9?Park Do. 1  0 | Pool Park Do par 3? leentral Minera Do 3 d Consols for Money, 91], 94^; for the Account, 941, 94A. ALBERT BURY, Stock and Share Broker Temple Row, Wrexham.

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