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Sales by Auction. KV BAran AND JONES, .?. V MI L. or SALE. f' ￼ ￼ « y ? fxrtn'?t?. 0? P?!'t?'))?. .f Viihiahl,' Household Furniture, Oil Paintings, ■ J1'■</ firf'ir?*, 7')' ?))</ f?<f)' Cf?M?.?Bt?t and f' II/I! (l;] "??)- Effects, at r TH K CKLVN, 1 Cio riwrh', in the County of Flint, about 10 nriiiiie End Station, on the Wrexham Hallway, A? v-~i:s ltAUGH & JONES h?ve been instructed to l'f,'¡Uf" f?r ? SA?K BY AUCTION, on Tuesday, ?- .h\ ?f ??'? ??'? of the whole of the Valuable th¡';i:i:IIOr.O F!' /lXITnŒ and other Effects, at The ￼ "J" to C?r::vtte, afore?:id,Inte the property of f p. rr con-Wins of- Y )Il"; ):"?'?—Six maho?ny ch,rs upholstered ,} I "Itlwr sc?ts and backs, couch in ditto, easy chair "t I 1 .¡.I¡litt.. in A)nfr:?n cloth, mahogany dining table ,1: ?.) loose k;Yes, walnut card table on piHar ?nd I Inll'isoilt'* sidi'boanl with ccUcrd, plate drawer and rI'IW' 1 1 t ( '1 1 t ,h,,ard with loose tr?ys (silver p?ted back), ,).I" ..It f 'I 1 t 1 i |ver L"b« ;ri't frrime, oil and water co l or p inting .? ?,,?nt))' r phks in Ihtto, Turkey carpet and hearth ?'? f?n?.'r tire irons, Ac. T'l" 1 t 1 h 1 PUVWINC )!o"?' Six wn?nut wood chairs upholstered ,? ?,?' gentlemen ?nd ladies easy chairs, music 'Jt';1 ,i ')u:?! ,ph "ph'dstered (en suite), walnut oval and .).t?i)!r'd c??s and velvet pile table cover, I jt'. \\h:ttn"t? "i?' Canterburys combined, walnut '?'<T.r ?ith?i!vt'r plate back and white marble slab. t:i i 4.tt',ILC- pianoforte by "Town Company," ) ￼ "j. '-?t-s in ?Ht frame, painted china vases and I i ? ??'i?ncrhin:?. ,httn bt? and card tray mounted, vlliiiuitiiu'ii. <?'a". and other plates in silt frames 11.1 .1. iti-el pnli-lied rail fender and nre irons ]\l,i!1,;V Tlir. mahogany chairs upho?tered with ￼ ) ) iu:trt■ tahleandcover,piergiassingilt square '? !.? ')) nHt with painted China panR?s in base j'„< -t-ind and K!a?s shade, statnes on stands "it" ?.? ?h i??s. China vas.-s, Ac., Indian plates ) in ,I"I, 1II:!hl):ny ?!axed book case wi'h cup- )?')?"" '?' K'derminster carpet and hearth j\ r, \\IT HILI. A\nSTA!RCA?R.—Wheet barometer, V', ) .i?rind. dark m:nb]ep?'dest;? and white .Ht.o I I 11 i; ■ u liH-iin IV., largo brass and China paraffin '!i ntht r <l"or mats, and skin oil p-int- ? .?'?nr??h(n?w\ Htt!n?han and chamber "V;jjpiwls hil' carpet and brass rods, hall table ?;, ?,f.b? ?abt.b!e.?c. Tlif I'i i;VITT KK in L»e Irooins consists of brass-mounted < chimni'v ornaments, mahogany washstands 1,1. «l-ibs, toilet services, footpnn*, towel rails, i s :,nd toilet glasses, winged wanlrohe with: I reittie lioor, walnut ditto with ten drawers j ,r! bi-M -t nisht commode, brass and iron! ), i,| r lied-ifeads, spring hair and wool mattresses, feath-r !*• • bolster, and pillnws, Brussels and tapestry ,'rpr, .in 1 liearthruiis, w?nnt hanging what-not with !u:rr?r- ?t t! back, wicker axlashpr?. and other requisites. IZITi-lit flR\;JTnF., with the nsnalclllirtarv articles. eff.'i'ts, li;indsoine dinner services, china, glass, cutlery, KTLI- r linen. \"e.. itc Till <>i i iioiiu EFFECTS comprise part of a stack of hov, I;ni; rakes, pikels, yelves, forks, sundry tools, and •ell:,neoii'; effects. Citd -Hi s are in course of preparation, which will be ir.il> delivery six days prior to the sale. to coiiiineiice at eleven o'clock prompt, zf^-lb \.t', Jh'tit' r,,¡r,i¡ aii Stuck, capital Brown Mare, If !:■■■>. Tt-ir-trs »bt, suitable ft.r the land or carriage, tl-i'i- F»wl, ItniHenientx of Husbandry, q n, ]*.s?.-U, port of the Household Furniture, REITHY ORON, F ,1"1 rr'">re, three mil's .fro n Wr*zham. f|| 1>» ItK SOLD BY AUCTION, by MESSRS BAUGH 1 ..n,1 .lONT.S unon the premises fit Berthyn GNn, April "th, 1'80, the whole of the I.I\ i: s'nu'K implements of husbanilry—thrill, chain, i 11,) uudiins gears, dairv vessels and part of the House- h-l i I I'liNITUI.'K. the property of Mrs Margaret Hughes (who is giving up farming.) Tin: I.ivi: STUCK consi.-ts ni one cow and calf, milch two Ytcar-old short h(\rn bull, yearling heifers, excel- It,iit brown mure, 14). hapris high, 5 years old, useful for the carriage work, geese, ducks, barndoor fowl, <tc. Ivri.KMKNTs.—Iron plough, scutHer, set of three wood L;ir >»s, iron land roller, winnowing machine and fan, corn frtt. k, -acks. narrow wheel cart with harvest gear, rakes jiiki-K yelves, picks, dung hooks, riddle, seive, three sets i nf thrill gears, one set of leading ditto, ploughing chains, tw.. riding saddles, ladies' side saddle and bridles, peck Straps and odd gears, donkey's pelting, stone trough and ) three pi? troughs, lon? ladder, &c.. &e. Hviry Vk-SKLS.— Staff chiirn, tubs, variety of CMthen- \'?rt milk and cream pot &c, A)'? part of the HQ?KHOM) FrHITrRE, and an i t\r,'?!'nt r.issenL'er's Shandry. Sale at Twelve for One I,'dock. f 95-Sp PRELIMINARY. -1 Fx rh>.hl Vivell:n't-llmm*. Lands, atul Premises, at ADWY (ii-nr Bn/,i Ori'a and Eiujlifh Wesleyan Chapel) in the inirti-hiji tif ri, i-slatit, iii, the parish of Wrexham, in the thtlj <>/ Dt/ihitfh. TO BE SOLD BY ,H'CTlO by MESSRS BAUGH TI?TI-I .]()NFS at t)!<v'norArms, Adwy.aforesaid. ■ s, in,i week in Way. lk"ii, subject to conditions to he 'h'TI and tfiere tntl in the following or such other or lots as may lie agreed upon. t 1.1,r 1. -All that stone built and slated MESSUAGE with the large garden in the front "p,t -m :I) vanl in the rear, together with the cow- -ill ill building US. d for keeping straw, A-c., pinery, main road leading from Wi, • ,m to 'luthin and opposite Bryn OILI, the residence W. I.ester, Esq., and is now in the occupation of Mr •i..l n Willi .ins. I.or All that Field piece or parcel of LAND near • i. Ii nina a frontage to the township road leading :,f..n,ai,\ to Wiexhaiu past Higher Berse anil u- the propert v nf Mr Richard Jones and contains by • i. itii.ii la Or. <')' and is now in the occupation of the ,1,m \\¡lli:\II\ I.ilid is most eligible for building purples either I te residence or rottaue property. I • r Ms. a ) that Field Piece or Parcel of Land ad- ,¡'" 11~t described lot having a frontage the whole rent" to the highway leading from Ad ivy to Tyn-y- V i aiill now ,1 -i.i. itii.ii of the said .lolin Williams This piece of 1.:111,1 is most advantageously situate for 1 :;il iir_r pnrp ■ses, tie1 view therefrom is most extensive and )'i,-filesi|lle. l-r further jiarticnlars apply to Messrs ACTOX A" Bl'UY, v. it'n s, Wrexham, or at the Offices of the Al'CTIOXF'-EHS, '.i.;•!e ('hauibi-rs, Wrexham, where a Map or Pl-n of tli'J 1. ts Tiiav be inspected. Alvi, at 2 o'clock g -,I the same d vv. upon the firstly (le and utile! Effects, late tli • property of Mr Edward Owens, flUO.sn <\ u: JY MESSRS. TATTERSALL. RUGBY. I n- i'<!r' ond Special Sale ''J IIOLT2* T)S <0 IIORSES. A jM;s T\) THRSALL WILT. SELL BY AUCTION, -.T at Albert street, Rugby, on Saturday May 1st, com- tnir at 12 'lit. i 'l t'I.ES of ENTERED and fi COTrPLES of rl"- FOXHOUND.-4, tlte pi-nl)! -i-tv of the is disposing of part of hi- Lack in numher of liuntincr days. \1. the r.ntire )'h k of the NORTHUMBERLAND and J;I:I:W I' K:-iH II: E, I'Itnsi;:tinl! (if- t WV.' rid'PLES of ENTERED and 27 COUPLES of HkV I N EN TER ED FOX-HOUNDS, the property of Vitsnii Askew, ESfj, The foUuwiii^ >tuds of Hunters will be sold immediately after the Hounds: -Seven HORSES, that have been 1"111:1<1," hunted, the property of Lord Coventry. Twenty- ("lit HORSES (including a handy team and several Ladies Hur-i-s > that have regularly carried the Master (Sir J. AI 'rjoribanks) and servants of the Northumberland and li'iHirkshire Hounds, and sold in consequence of the s lesijniation of the Mastership. r'taldiui s, containing full pedigrees, itc can lIe had of Messrs TVTII:KSAI.I., All>ei t Gate, London, and nughy. 947t SALE BY MR SNAPE. f' irt, i, M„drrri Ilijth-class Household Furniture ￼ 01 ?flrt)dern flij(h-clasg 11(??tsehol(I pENyBPYN 140U.SF,, \f -??AP!; has been honored with iDstructons frm Ir i.- n t.?vd. E"'h (in consequence of his leavng _?'?.i). to si? bv PUBLIC AUCTION upon the I; •■iniM's as above, on Wednesday. ?!av?th,1.?' and the '?.?-.ifnM-?sar?- thewh")e of his very valuahk ?" "st f.t) HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other effects, l.'IJ.Il1t I t'' ?'?t\f; ):<?)?. Drawhi?-rn?n suites in w?nut ai.'l )..<.w,] ..)f.?:tnt rosewood cheffonier wHh marble top 'ttirn.r hack and front, rosewood sofa, spring an(] hair • 'ft. ?ud handsom-dv upholstered beautiful walnut Ion I •■'Me. whatnot, choice Brnssels carpet and hearthrug, pier t'lloi?-e ciirpet incl bcartlirug, per I"> I'lNlMi noim.— Massive ?nd exceedin?y handsome !"?h.-?.n)y .sideboard, Sp.?ni?h maho?ny dining and other "h?'. (?rvcd mahogany hookc?se, mahogany sin?e and T If" 'I" t, r- iii-li-t4,rlt,(l semi-cal)iuet pianoforte, <? octaves, ￼ ?. ??..u,). ),v H-d?rn?s. walnut couch c?pitut hall ■ •"c k. < „i ved oak hall chair*, barometer, wire flower stanc.s, A '.ii. in;, collection of K?d-room Eurniture, including, :iii(i iron ft)iir-liosl and t ti ;t. iiedsteails, maho!mny Md other dressing t?dcs •iiil waIl)(l, very handsome mahogany and other ^ard- t J t 1 "?, t..i!tt.- stasscs, toitfttc sef?tMS, cMp<?. commodes, t -a'Hlrot)'\ .} & -.??'t:.y ..i.?.'s .,)- drawers, featlver beds, bed-room c'mtr.?, ;d'¡," f.w "o]dplement or kitchen rfqu?it'-?, anu ot.?? ,.c <. <m)np!h-e at EIëw'n (I'dock prompt "ale t., c immence at Eleven o'clock prompt v. ,11 )? ,?., ? ?.e,? h?orf the S:?. and m<i} '?'?mht-?jciio)i6f.r. Uon Hous. Wrexh?n. lOwa :,UÆ: :B-m, J. W. BPOW?V?. -=- -:==:: I r, ?l-'Ivi',?TION OF DAY OF j s VLE AT BROUGHTON HALL STATION; ?t'! W. RROWN wnHtoMhis next FORTNIGHTLY ( • ■' "f Fat and Store C?t??, Sheep, Lambs, ?s, I' ,,c. on Ion¡l;¡v :lY '3r¡1 l11 j s '? the Aact'oncer 'Pl I t J! :f:¡. )'1;_f J vy. j Sales by Auction. SALES BY MR. LLOYD. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. FAIR DAY, THURSDAY, MAY 6th 1880. MR LLOYD'S next AUCTION will take place on 1, Thursday, May 6th, 1880, the present entries win mc1ude A prime lot of Fat Heifers, Bullocks, and Bulls. Several magnincent Dairy Cows and Heifers, Calved anlll to Calve (this Auction is noticed to be one of the lead- ing sales for first class Dairy Cows during this time of year). A lot of choice Barrens, Stirks, and Stock Bulls. A magnificent selection of Fat and Rearing Calves, Heifers and Bulls from the leading Stocks in the neighbour- hood of Cheshire. A prime lot of Shropshire and Welsh Wethers, also Store Sheep. A number of Pork and Bacon Pigs, In-pig Sows, and Store Pigs. Sale at 10 30 prompt. HORSE.SALE, First FAIR in the Month, at two o'clock. All Entries taken up to morning of Sale. Offices, Plassey, Wrexham. 209 MONDAY, APRIL 2tlth, 1880. Sale of 30 Head of Cattle, 7 horses, 11 Pigs, 200 Sheep, Gea, a Farming Implements, Dairy Vessels, »eotxal -pieces of very Antique Carved Oak Furniture, itc., at PLASUCHA, Situate two miles from Ruabon, one from Rhos, and four from Llanjotlen. 1. I R. LLOYD has been honoured with instructions from 1 s the Representatives of the late Mr Roberts (who are giving up the farm), to Sell by Auction, without reserve, in the Farmyard at Pllqii(. b:t. situate as aforesaid, on Monday, April 2(!th, the whole of the exceHent young DAIRY COW, calved and to calve, useful barrens, stirks and yearlings 7 powerful cart horses, in-foal mares and two year-old cart colts, 11 store and porket pigs, in-pig sows, ifcc., 200 grand Welsh couples and three and four year old wethers, together with the agricultural implements, dairy vessels, household furniture, &c., as follows :— FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.-Beanl scales and weights, patent do., capital oak winnowing machine, Bentall's root pulper, straw cutter hand or steam power, capital kibbling mill new with fast and loose pulleys, large size oil cake mill, ,.horse power for chopping, small horse power for churning new two 'ears ago, hand plough, 2 wheel ploii!h, I ridging ploughs, 2 sets of iron harrows, chain harrows, scufHe, large size cultivator, 2 rollers, cpitaJ 12-spout corn drill, double row turnip drill new, iron hav collector, horse rake, clover seed drill, 2 narrow wheel carts with harvest gearing, broad wheel cart with do, Crosskill's cart Uin wheels, narrow wheel waggon with patent axles on sp-ings, 2 light running dog carts with lamps and cushions complete rakes, pikels, yelves, shovels, sacks, cart ropes, heel rakes, bag trucks, iron boilers, pig troughs, scythes, odd timber, axe and saw, cross-cut saw, picks, mattocks, draining tools, turnip hoes, weeding paddles, swing trees, wheelbarrows, heel rakes, 3 long ladders, grinding stone, corn coffers, sheep shears, sheep troughs, stone caps and pillars, &c. DAIRY VESSELS, &-C.—Twenty pairs of cheese vats various sizes, cheese tub, 6 tin pans, cheese binders, curd breaker, curd mill, salting turnel, butter tub, Alter, iron fountain, circular churn. CATTLE.—Eleven young dairy cows calved or to calve, 3 barren heifers, 5 pair yearling heifers, 3 pair yearling bullocks. I-Toitsi-.s -Powerful roan gelding, 3 years old, 15-3 high, powet ful brown waggon mare, rising 8 years old 16 hands iiigh, and in foal powe-ful black waggon gelding, 6 years old, Iti hands high powerful grey waggon mare, 8 years old, 15-3 high, and in foal; stylish brown cob, 8 years old, steady in harness, and in foal; brown 2 year old catt colt black yearl.ng cart colt; roan cart colt, 2 years old, has been a regular wivkc-; useful child's donkey. C, FAII S -Three sets thrill gears 3 sets chain gears 2 sets of ploughing backhands new set chain gears, to fit a cob 2 set-; of brass-mounted harness 2 riding saddles 2 side saddles; 2 hack bridles SHEEP.—One hundred grand Welsh coupl,s o: e hundred strong 3 and 4 year old wethers. Pic.s.-Six pork pigs four store pigs; in-pig sow. POCLTRY.—Two geese and 10 gulleys one gander. Frn.NlTl'RE, &c.-T,a"i e plain oak cupboard, very antique excellent clock in polished oak case, large polished oak table, very handsome, on carved legs, 13 feet long polished oak screen, very antique oak cupboard, six polished strong oak chairs, one ditto arm chair, one ditto ditto, light polished oak wardrobe with three drawers, light polished "ak wardrobe large size, ditto hanging ward- robe, antique oak four-post bedstead, handsomely POlished'j and richly carved oak chest, brass skillet, four 1'1 ass pans, set of plated dish covers; 2 single barrel guns; square table; handsome mahogany sideboard 6 mahogany hair-seated chairs arm chair mahogany two-leaf t .hie soft; mahog- any spirit chest: four cases stuffed birds one engraving pair engravings cornice pole, four-post bedstead tent be stead carpet; feather bed, bolster, and pillows; mahonanv chest of drawers; 6 cane-seated chair-; druggett- ing 3 oak bedsteads; white t>p table; two oak bench" oak dresser carpet. Lunch at Eleven o'clock. Sale at Twelve prompt. The Auctioneer in calling particular attention to this Sale, wishes to intimate as the lots are numerous, the Sale will commence punctually at the time stated. pb055na SALE BY MR LOVATT. TO BHEWERS AND CAPITALISTS. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD INVESTMENTS AT WREXHAM. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by MR LOVATT (by order of the Mortgagee), at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrexham, on Wednesday, the 12th day of May, Four o'clock in the afternoon punctually, subject to condi- tions, and in the following or such other lots or order as may be decided upon by the vendor at the time of sale LOT I.-The recently erected Brewery, now in full work, ins condition called" THE VICTORIA. BREWERY, with an 8-quarters' steam brewing plant complete, fitted and served throughout with water and gas apparatus, together with all fixtures and other effects attached to the above premises. Also the several parcels of land adjacent to the Brewery, and the stabling, loose box, sheds, and premises lately occupied therewith. All the above Premises are situate near the Cattle Market, in the borough of Wrexham, and were recently built and occupied by Mr Thomas Manley, brewer. The Land is well suited for Cottage Building sites, for wlii'-h there is great demand in the town. LOT 2. —The old-established and well-known IX, adiacent to and fronting Lot 1, formerly called The Cock," but now "The Victoria Inn," situate at the junction of Holt and Farndon Stree's, in the borough of Wrexham, with the yards and outoffiees belonging thereto, now in the occupation of Mr Thomas Henry Roberts. I,OT 3.—The well-established Licensed BEERHOI SE, called The Bull's Head." with the yard and offices occupied therewith, now held by Mr John Williams, and situate in Farndon-street, Wrexham. All the above Lots iidjo n each other, have a street frontage of 70S feet, are immediately connected with the old Cattle Market and new Smithfield, and pre- sent an admirable site for improvement and buildim: operations Con-iderable outlays have very r. cently been made to improve f'e supply of water in the well upon the premises.and th re is nowa first-rate supply. The above property offers a rare opportunity for Brewers or Investors. For further particulars, or nnv treaty as to the property, :tp;uy to Messrs LEWIS AND Sox, Solicitors, Wrexham. _———————————————' 924fbn SALE BY MR JAMES TAYLOR. -r"r- ,r Sale rf Household and Bedroom Furniture, Domestic JJcquisites, Dairy IVsscZs, Butcher's Counter, Blocks, Tools, (-c., at 25, HIHH STREET, RHOSYMEDRE, near Ruabon. TtirR JAMES TAYLOR has been instructed by Mr Davies, butcher (who is leaving), to Sell by Auction on the premises, on Momlay next, April 26th, 18SO, the whole of the above vamaoie enects. Sale at Twelve for One O'clock. 1013p SALE BY MR. R. O. WRIGHT. q.. J-' ,V "J,J_r_'J'J-J ¡ CEFS MAWR. FREEHOLD COTTAGES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTIO, by MR R. 0 WRIGHT T ?t the Kites' Inn, C?fn Mawr on Mon?lUth ?Y ?SO suMect to conditions :-All those four DWELL- WG-HOUSES with the appurtenances situate in High- street, Cefn Mawr, in the several occup?o? of Messrs Richard Humphreys, Edward Lewis, and Thomas Jones, and one unoccupied. Sale to commence at 4.30 p.m., precisely. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER., Oswes- try or, to Messrs MINSHALL and IURRV-J0.\i>, solicitors, Oswestry. SALE BY MESSRS CHURTON. ELPHICK&Co ,r Sale (!f Valuable Dairy Stock, Waggon Horses, Pi[J,, Implements of Husbandry, and other Ffects, at TYN TWLL FARM, About One ffilefrojit Mold, and Two Miles from Vortltol), Flintshire. TjVk f B-F'SS«iS CHUHTON. ELPHICK & CO. h? been 'N?-itliiii,?triietioiis from ;\lr amuel 'VVa^ker, ?-h? is -iving up the ?rm, to SELL BY AUCTION on LTur e-.lav the 27th April, 18SO. commencing at Twelve «ne o'clock punctu-.Hy the whole of the under- mentioned VahMMe Live aud D"l FARMING STOCK. including seven excellent dairy cows, s?me of which have ?VM? foot, and the others in full milk young stock, ?.?verfut\-ah?b!ew.?nhors? cap.t?donkev t^ norket Pi'rs an assortment of excellent IMPIjbM???iB OF HUSBANDRY, including three <?rts, iron swmg and wheel -?t'? and harrows, one horse ge?inK, ch? cutters, turnip papers, '.cariners, o? dresser with shelves, and other effects. an^fT Luseheon (by ticket) will be on the t?ble ? T?e ° "vi]1—Catalogues may be had from the Auctioneers, Messrs Chiton, ELPHICK, ROBERTS, and R,CHAR^N' Chester. SALE BY MR. S. ASTON. Under A BILl. OF SAI,17. TO root AND SHOE MANUFACTURERS, SHOP- KEEPERS, AND OTHERS. Mr? ASTON hnsbt?] instructed to SELL by AUCTION, j?l this dav (?t!tr<?v. April 2?th). at Mr Jones, ■ 2. the -a,tiole of theSTOCK-I?TKADE. ??n'O?T? n?f ? quantity of Men's, Women's and children s BiOOTft ?D SHOES of ù0d quality, ? P-'?°? ne"' !.?t< 50 ditto of ladies and gent's uppers (handmade) hr^fs -nd ?-on rivets, aU kinds of nails, !aKe -tuanhty of ?.' bottles and casks, one e?k of pegs, br?s andiron scaJes and weights (by Avery), and all the requisites of the trade. Also, the ?hole of tie hOL?- HOLD ?UP?ITURE, which is lu.t? .?w. Sale to commence at Tv-n- tl) the minute. Off; • Aroyl- atrnr-f, Wrexham. lti2.:i? Sales oy Auction. -r- .r SALES BY MESSRS JONES & SON. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. THURSDAY, MAY 6TH, 1880. ESSRS JONES AND SON, will hold their 1'.1. next SALE OF STOCK in the above Smithfield, on Thursday, May 6th, 1880. STOCK ALREADY ENTERED. A lot of Prime Fat Beasts Several Dairy Cows, Fresh Barrens, In-calf heifers, short horned bulls A nice lot of Sheep, Lambs, Calves, and Pigs Also 100 Very fresh half-bred Wethers perfectly sound and healthy. 6 Fat Lambs. Sale at Ten o'clock. SETTLEMENTS AT CLOSE OF SALE. Offices :-4, Arcade, Iligh-srreet, Wrexham. 07b MONDAY, APRIL 26TH, 1880. FARNDON AUCTION MART. MESSRS JONES & SON, beg to announce that INI they will hold their next SALE of Fat and Store CATTLE, CALVES, SHEEP, and PIGS, at the Nag's Head Hotel, Farndon, on Monday, the 26th day of April, 1880, when the following Stock will be offered:— 15 Prime Fat Bullocks, Heifers, and Bulls Useful in-calf Cows Fat Shropshire Down and other Sheep 10 Fat Calves 12 Fat and Store Pigs and other Stock that may be entered up ti day of Sale. Also Broad-wheel cart with harvest gearing. Pony cart on springs with pig cratches. Further entries respectfully solicited. Sale at Two o'clock prompt. Settlements at close of S tie. Offices: 4, Arcade, H:gh-street, Wrexham. 974 Sale of Modern Household Furniture, Feather Beds, Garden lloller, Lawn Mower, I-c, at No. 4, VICTORIA TERRACE, GREENFIELDS, lihosddu. MESSRS JONES & SON have been instructed by a l' Gentleman, who is leaving the neighbourhood to SELL BY AUCTION on Tuesday, the 4th" day of May, IHHO, on the above Premises, a useful a-snrtment of Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects, which will in- clude walnut drawing room suite upholstered in green damask (nearly new), rosewood and walnut centrt- tables, mahogany couch in black hair, easy chairs, mahogany chairs in black hair, sewing machine, nearly new, cane seatel and other bedroom chairs, Brussels tapestry and othnr carpets, gnat skin hearth rug, stair and landing -tii(I otlinr carl)ets, carpets and oil cloth, handsome bras- and iron French bed- steads, mat'resses, feather beds, dressing tables, wash- stand, toilet glasses, towel rails, large painted maple ward- robe with 3 drawers and loose slides (nearly new), mantel boards and shelves covered with green baize, sundry books, paraffin lamps, hall gas light, two 3 light gasaliers, gas brackets, pendants and globes, window blinds, rollers, &c., 8 days and 30 hours clocks and timepieces, wheel barometer, white top kitchen and other tables, white top dresser with 2 drawers, coal vas. cupboards, clothes maids, benches, baskets, earden fencing wire, step ladder, rain water tub, dog kennel, garden roller, lawn mower, fire wood, about 3 tons of coal, and numerous other effects. Sale at 12 for 1 o'clock prompt. 1015n Sale of Household Furniture, Old and New Hay, Straw In-pig Sow, Wood Sheds, tic., at the HAND AND HEART INN, HOLT. ESSRS JONES & SON have been instructed by the if I Executors of the late Mr Joseph Davies to SELL BY AUCTION, on Tuesday, April the 27th, 1880 on the above premises, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising mahogany sofas in black hair and leather, three eight-day clocks, mahogany loo, oak, white top, and leaf tables, oak arm, easy, rocking, cane- seated, and other chairs, white top dresser with seven drawers and cupboard underneath, pier glass, butlers' tray and stand, oak corner cupboards, oak screens, bird cage, pictures, tumbler and wine glasses, pewter measures, funnels, jugs, oak cupboard, waiter and tea trays, spittoons, paraffin lamps, four-post bedsteads, mattresses, dressing tables, washstands, toilet glasses, towel rails, toilet ser- vices, oak bureau, several boxes, clothes maid, benches and forms, hearthrug, carpetting, kitchen and bedroom fenders, fireirons, shelving, stone bottles, meal tub, brown ware, crockery, butter tub and scales, water cans, milk sieves dolly and tub, wringing, washing, and mangling machine, iron pots, iron and tin saucepans, staff churn, buckets, coal boxes, frying pans, gridirons, dripping pans, candlesticks, &c. IN YARD, &c.-Part of a stack of old and new hay, straw, in-pig sow, number of rain water and swill tubs, wheel- barrow, wood sheds, pig troughs, fire wood, corn sacks, cart net, sieves and riddles, seed potatoes and boxes, garden shears, carpenter's tools, shovels, yelves, pikels, neck strap, cow chains, and numerous other effects. Sale at Twelve for One o'clock prompt. 904b WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. MESSRS JONES & SON have been instructed by the Executors of the late Mr Thomas Price, of Erlas Hall Farm, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Thursday, May 6th, 1880, in the Smithfield, Wrexham, the following lots, re- moved for the convenience of Sale, viz., a very active and fast trotting Grey MARE (in foal), two Fat PIGS, useful TRAP to carry four, set of Harness, patent Chaff Cutter, Wheel Churn (nearly new), and other effects. Sale at 10.30 prompt. 1014b PRELIMINARY. SALE OF FREEHOLD PUBLIC-HOUSE AT BRYMBO. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Messrs JONES AND T SON, at the Mount Inn, Brymbo, on Tuesday, May 11th, 1880, at Four o'clock in the afternoon, subject to con- ditions to be then produced, all that old-established and well-built PUBLIC-HOUSE, called the Railway Tavern," situate near the railway gates, Brymbo. The house con- tains two parlors, taproom, bar, kitchen, cellar, brewhouse, large clubroom, and three good bedrooms, with large and productive garden, containing by estimation about 1000 square yards, and now in the occupation of the proprietor, Mr William Moses. For further particulars apply to Mr J. Al.LTNr.TOX HUGHES, Solicitor; or the Auctioneers, 4, Arcade High- street, Wrexham. 1024b Legal and Public Notices. 1. l I I JOHN WOODFIN, DECEASED. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all persons having l any CLAIM or DEMAND against the Estate of JOHN WOODFIN. f rmerly of Burton, but late of Rossett, both in the ounty of Denbigh, gentleman, deceased (whose Will was proved at St. Asaph, on the Thirtieth day of March, 188(1, are ht-reby required to send particulars of such Claim or Demand to us, the undersigned, on or before the 13th (lay of May next. Dated this 13th day of April, 1880. BARKER, HIGNETT, & CARRINGTON, Chester, pllt)5n Solicitors for the Executors. PUBLIC NOTICE. THE NEW PATENT WEIGHING MACHINE ii? I Vegetahle )Iarket, Henblas-street, is now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. lO?P THE COMPANIES ACTS, 1862 AND 1S67. IN THE MATTER OF THE NANNERCH LEAD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, as a Current- Foc)in- Concern, the Machinery, Plant, and Materials of, or belonging to, the Nannercli Lead Mining Company, Limited. The Mine is situated about U miles from the Nannercli Station, on the Mold and Denbigh Railway, Flintshire, North Wales. The Lease of the Royalty can be secured by the purchaser. Schedules of the Machinery and Plant, and any further particulars, together with order to view, may be obtained on application to the Liquidator, Mr Ralph Carr, 163, Westgate-road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 979a IWABOX CHURCH VESTRY. Apiil 5th, 1880. AT the adjourned Easter Monday Vestry, it was resolved that the same encouragement that has hitherto been given to the Church Choir should still be continued. But as there is a deficiency in the Church expenses fund, F. was thought desirable that instead of the grant that has been made from this fund for the last few years towards the payment of some of the audIt singers and the annual choir treat, there should be a special subscription list for this mirnose. Subscriptions will be thankfully received by the Churchwardens and the Rev. John Rees, curate. The following subscriptions have already been promised. X s. d. Sir W W. Wynn, Bart. 31. P 3 0 0 The Rev E. Edwards, Vicar 1 1 0 Dr. Lawton Roberts 110 Dr. Jones, 0 10 b Mrs Lawton Roberts. 0 10 b E W. EDWARDS, Vicar. M. CONRAN, ?rC??."n??-h?w? ?."I<??n' LAWTON ROBERTS, M.D., j 983n PURSUANT to a Judgment of the Chancery Divisi*n|of the High Court of Justice, made in the matter of the Estate of Evan Williams, and in a cause Evan Morris and David Roberts against arah Williams. THE CREDITORS of EVAN WILLIAMS, late of Cwm, in the parish of Henllan. in the county of Denbigh, who died in or about the month of March, lSiio, are, on or before the 19th day of May, lSO, to send by post prepaid to 3ressis Gold Edwards and Weston, of fan' tgh, in the county of Denbigh aforesaid, the solicitors of the above- named Evan "Morns and David Roberts, their Christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions, the Christian and surnames of any partner or partners, the full particulars of their claims, a statement of their accounts, and the nature of the securities (if any) held by them, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said jit(Igmeiit. Everv Creditor holding any security is to produce the same before the Vice-Chancellor, Sir James Bacon, at his Chambers, situated No. II, New-square, Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, on Wendesday, the 26th day of May, 1880, at Twelve o'clock at noon. being the time appointed for adjudicating on the claims. bated this 12tli day of April, 18S0. C. HARWOOD CLARKE, Chief Clerk, GOLD EDWARDS AND WESTON, ICOSb Denbigh. ￼ the underjgned. Edward Kelly, of Talwrn-road, 11 Coedpoeth, hereby give notice that I will not be re- sponsible for any DEBTS my wife, Anne Kelly, may con- tract after this tlate,-April 2Z!1(1, lO. TIELTY. Witness—R. Robert, Wrexham. !)!);3h Public and Legal Notices. "r"J"r.r. WREXHAM UNION. APPOINTMENT OF CHAPLAIN. THE GUARDIANS of the WREXHAM UNION will, I. at their meeting to be held on the 29th inst, proceed to the appointment of a CHAPLAIN to the Union Work- house. Salary, JE50 per annum.—Applications to be sent to me on or before the 28th inst. By Order, J. OSWELL BURY, Clerk. Wrexham, April 22nd, 1880. 1004b BOROUGH OF RUTH IN. THE Town Council of Ruthin will at their meeting to The held on Friday, the 7th day of May next, proceed to Appoint a Treasurer for the said borough. The salary will be £10 per annum. The person appointed will be required to give security for the due discharge of his official duties in the sum of 11300. Applications to be sent to me on or before the 6th day of May next. W. LLOYD, TOWN CLERK. Ruthin, April 20th, 1880. 986f TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES AND OTHERS. FOR HIRE, ROPES and STAKES, for Athletic Sports, F&c. Wire rope, sufficient for a half mile course. At liberty any day excepting Bant Holiday (August 2nd), when they will be wanted for the Foresters' Fete, on Acton Park -Apply to J. EABORN, 998p Rhosddn. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned Charles Griffiths, of Gwastad, in the parish of Gresford, in the County of Denbigh, and John Griffiths, of Roden's Hall, in the parishes of Holt and Bangor, in the said County of Denbigh, as Farmers and Cattle Dealers, under the style or firm of Charles Griffiths and John Griffiths, has this day been DISSOLVED by mutual consent. As witness our hands this 15th day of April. 1880. CHARLES GRIFFITHS, JOHN GRIFFITHS. Witness,—T. REGINALD JAMES, 997n Solicitor, Wrexham. NEW AMERICAN BOWLING SALOON. f"|HIS New and Commodious SALOON is n w OPEN on the premises of Mr JOHN PARKER, Red Cow Inn, Penybryn. 23rd April. 1026b Entertainments and Meetings. J- A LLEGHANIANS!! LLEGHAN IANS (VOCALISTS AND BELL PLAYERS.) "The most charming musical treat ever enjoyed." MISS CARRIE HIFFERT, Contralto. I MISS JESSICA TINSON, Mezzo-Soprano. MR WALTER FIELD. Buffo. M R J. M. B 0 U L A R D, Basso. I MISS OLIVE SINCLAIR, Pianist and Organist. PUBLIC HALL, WREXHAM, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27TH & 28TH. Their EXTRAORDINARY CONCERTS consist of a charming selection of VOCAL QUARTETS, rendered in their own peculiar style, Duets, Songs, and Ballads also, their marvellous performance on a magnificent peel of 120 NEW SWISS BELLS. Delighted audiences everywhere. First Seats, 2s Second Seats, Is Third Seats, 6d. Doors open at 7.30; commence at 8; Carriages at 10 Tickets may be obtained of Mr J. F. Edisbury, 3, High-street, where plan of room may be seen, and seats secured, and at the Public Hall Company's Office, 7, Henblas-street. CASTLE ASSEMBLY ROOM, FLINT, APRIL 29TH & 30TH. Mr J. M. BOULARD, Manager, 42, New Bond-street, London. 971b PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. THE RUABON D ISTRICT of the MANCHESTER UNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY intend holding a DEMONSTRATION in W Y N N S T A Y PARK, on the 31ST MAY, the same being kindly promised by SIR WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN, Bart. Full particulars will be duly advertised.. 593b WHIT MONDAY NEXT. (BANK HOLIDAY.) QRASD DEMONSTRATION of the ALMA LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. ON ACTON PARK, by kind permission of Sir R. A. CUNLIFFE, Bart., M.P. ATHLETIC SPORTS, AMUSEMENTS, DANCING, FIREWORKS, &c &c. BAND OF THE 1ST D.R.V. will be in attendance. See Small Bills. Tenders invited for the sale of Refreshments. 911b I EBENEZER ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL, CEFN. B A Z A A R. (Under Distinguished Patronage.) A BAZAAR In aid of the above Place of Worship WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOLROOM in AUGUST NEXT. Further particulars will be duly announced. 914z 1 8 8 0. THE NATIONAL JgJISTEDDVOD OF WALES)L TO BE HELD AT CARNARVON, AUGUST 24, 25, 26, 27. Under the Patronage of the Nobility and Gentry of the Principality. NEARLY £ 700 IN PRIZES. CHIEF CHORAL PRIZE zCI59 AND GOLD MEDAL. A complete List of Subjects, particulars of Gorsedd Examinations, and all information sent by the Secretary on receipt of one penny stamp. D. RHYS, Sec. Grove House, Carnarvon. 701z PRELIMINARY NOTICE. IT IS PROPOSED TO HOLD A Q R A N D A Z A A R IN MOSTYN PARK, By the kind permission of THE RIGHT Hox. LORIJ AND LADY MOSTYN, In AUGUST next, Under Distinguished Patronage. Proceeds in aid of a New Church near Most} n Station. I Contributions of any description will be thank- I fully received at The Vicarage, Llanasa, near Mostyn 974a For the BLOOD is the LIFE." CLARKE'S WORLD FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE. THE GKEAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. FOR CLEANSING and CLEARING the BLOOD from _P ALL IMPURITIES, cannot be too highly recom- mended. It CURES OLD SORES, CURES ULCERATED SORES IN THE NECK, CURES ULCERATED SORE LEGS, CURES BLACKHEADS, or Pmi'LES on FACE, I CURES SCURVEY SORES, CURES CANCEROUS ULCERS, CURES BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES, CURES GLANDULAR SWELLINGS, CLEARS THE BLOOD FROM ALL IMPURE MATTER, FROM WHATEVER CAUSE ARISING. As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted fioe from anything injurious to the most delicate consti- tution of either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. Thousands of Testimonialg from oll pai-ts. Sold in Bottles 2s 6d each, and in cases, containing six times the quantity, 11s each, sufficient to effect a per- manent cure in long-standing cases, I y all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the world, or sent on receipt of 30 or 132 stamps, by F. J. Clarke, Chemist, Apothecaries HaH, LINCOLN. J Wholesale Agents. 1844n ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary organs in either sex, acquired or constitutional, Gravel, and Pains in the back. Sold in boxes, 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors or sent to any address for 60 stamps by the Maker, F. J. Clarke, Consulting Chemist, J High-street, Lincoln.—Wholesale agents, Barclay and Sons, j London, and all the Wholesale Houses. 903z I Legal and Public Notice. .o.r'J "r-" -f -.f-r -j- MR ROBINSON WATSON WILL (D.V.) COMMENCE A SERIES OF SPECIAL SERVICES IN BRYNYFFYNNON WESLEYAN CHAPEL, WREXHAM. ON SUNDAY, MAY 16TH, To be Continued Daily, Morning and Evening, until the Friday following. The Meetings conducted by Mr Watson have been made a blessing to many thousands of ?11 classes in all parts of The Afeetings Conducted by '.Nfr Watson have been made a l,lessing to many thousands of all classes in all parts of England. Business Announcements. r r.- -j'f .r-r-r-f-.r. r.r.r- _r'. GAME SEASON, isso. TO GAMEKEEPERS. C. K. BENSON & CO., 14, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM. Beg to notify that they are the SOLE AGENTS FOR NORTH WALES AND BORDER COUNTIES FOR THE SALE OF GEORGE WILSON'S CELEBRATED PHEASANT, POULTRY, & DOG FOOD. These goods can be supplied from C. K. B. & Co's. depot at Wrexham or direct from Norwich at the same prices as charged by G. W. at his Establishment, ST. AUGUSTINE, NORWICH. CARRIAGES PAID TO NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. PRICE LISTS WITH TESTIMONIALS FREE ON APPLICATION. S)69 HUGHES A N D SON, 5 6, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. LARGE AND SPLENDID NEW STOCK OF WALL PAPERS FOR 1880. A SHOW ROOM DEVOTED TO THIS DEPARTMENT. 864z THE ROYAL WREXHAM. FIRST CLASS PRIZE MEDAL ALE, I LONDON, 1 8 7 5 THE WREXHAM BREWERY CO., WREXHAM. 992 P RIZE MEDAL ALES, KILDERKIN THE GUINEA FIRKIN 21s. 10s. 6d. W R E X H A M PALE FAMILY ALE. BREWED EXPRESSLY FOR FAMILY USE, BY THE WREXHAM BREWERY COMPANY, WREXHAM. THE CELEBRATED GUINEA WREXHAM, IS GALLONS FOR 21s, 9 GALLONS FOR 10-; GD, Delivered Carriage Paid. THE WREXHAM BREWERY CO., II WREXHAM. d2471a ,n ¡ ESTABLISHED 1812. pROCTOR AND RYLAND'S BONE MANURES, PREPARED FOR T??IPS I WHEAT OATS GRASS I BARLEY POTATOES, &c. ALSO SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. CHESTER AND BIRMINGHAM. AGE:-iTS MESSRS DAVENPORT AND SON, YORKE STREET, WREXHAM. I Mr GODFREY PARRY Llansantffraid, Corwen. T T UAWROFT Chemist, Ruthin. A?TFMEYPentref, Ll?nvmynech, Oswestry. ??p S??o? MeTeh?t. H?kyn? Holywell. ? W. FASSALL, Bubnev, Whitchurch, Salop. )Ir WM WYATT, EUesmere, Salop. ? L W. ROBERTS, Mor? Mills, Oswestry. Mr WILLIAM P. JONES, Ironmonger, Mold. Mr W. GRIFFITHS, Cross Keys, Chirk. Mr ROBERT ROBERTS, Tan Rhiew, Groes, Denbigh. I Mr R. THOMAS, Ironmonger, Llanderfel, Corwen. | Mr JOSEPH COOKE, Maipas, Cheshire. I Mr WM. MADDOCKS, The shrubbery, Weill, Salop. I Mr WM. THOMAS, Middletown, Welshpool. I Messrs J. and E JONES, Bryn Zion, Caerwys, Holywell. Mr WILLIAM JONES, Nant Gwilym, Bodfari, Rhyl. A Price List, with Particulars of Prizes o £ ered for Root Crops for 1880, Post Free on application. 325pb MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, 20, Queen Street, WREXHAM. JBUTT begs to inform his numerous customers that tt a he still continues to CLEAN, DYE, AND ALTER LEGHORNS, FELTS, and STRAW HATS, and BONNETS to: the newest shapes to look equal to new. Note the Address- J. BUTT, 20, QUEEN STRELL T, 319f WREXHAM, SPRING FASHIONS j FOR 1880. IN MILLINERY, MANTLES, COSTUMES, &c. Brown, holmes & CO. beg to announce their return from Paris and Lyons, with the Latest Fashions for the Season, and respectfully request the favour of a visit to their Showrooms, SILKS. SILKS. They have made I?rge purehMes of ilks from the best Makers in Lyons, at prices fully equal to those of last year. These purchases include a variety of the New Soft finished Satins now so much used for draping, called Satin Merveilleux, Satin de Lyon, and Surah. DRESS MATERIALS. Their Stock of Dress Fabrics includes all the New Makes in Cashmeres and Beges, together with a variety of novel Persian and Japanese Mixtures Trimmings. NEW PRINTED WASHING FABRICS in Satines, Cripes, and Cretonnes. Exclusive Novelties in Hosiery, Gloves, Laces, Fancy Ties, and Parasols. Patterns sent free by post. CHESTER, March, ISSO. 331 CHOICE VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS. Y. STRACHAN, SEED MERCHANT AND NURSERYMAN, WREXHAM, Invites inspection at the Railway Station Nurseries. 408p PURVEYOR TO THE QUEEN AND R 0 A L FAMILY. ¡ m WILLIAM KENDRICK, CONFECTIONER, 20, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM, Sole Manufacturer of the Original and Highly Celebrated WREXHAM GINGERBREAD, I as Supplied to her Majesty the Queen. Sold in Boxes from One Shilling and upwards BRIDE CAKES Made and Ornamented to any Design. I SOLE AGENT for the MELTON MOWBRAY PIES. I VISITORS to WREXHAM can be SUPPLIED with I, LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, TEAS, &c., in his well-appointed I D I I ( ROOMS. ￼ PAPERS TAKE, ￼ DAILY PAPERS TAKEN. LUNCHEONS, PIC-NICS, SCHOOL TREATS, &c., CONTR ACTED FOR. I L A D I E S7 ROOM. tw W. K. has Opened the above Room for the comfort and convenience of Ladies. 081b RATCLIFFE & 8°:8, HA WARDEN IRON WORKS, NEAR CHESTER, I ENGINEERS, )IILLWRIGHTS, I BOILER MAKERS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, AND GENERAL FACTORS of every requisite for Mines, Quarries, Collieries, &c. Inquiries are solicited and Estimates given for Engines, Boilers, Pumping and Winding Machinery, Slate or Rubbish Waggons, and every description of Casting in Iron, Brass, or Steel. Estimates given for the Repair of Boilers, Engines, and I General Machinery. 22b Business Announcemants. -r-r- '> R. KNOWLEV,, HARNESS AND SADDLERY WOUK. 28 & 29, HENBLAS STREET, WREXHAM, Begs to thank his customers and friends for their past support, having commenced business at the ab.,ve address, he hopes to have a continuance of tlie same. Allover Hogskin Saddles from £ 3s. Single Harness, Brass Mountings from X.5 5s. do Silver Plated do £ 7 7s. Double Carriage Harness, Brass rlo ,,£1íj Ills do Silver Plated do ,,£i<: ]8s. Workmen sent any distance to Collieries, Farms, and Private Residence to repair Harness, Gears, etc., or any such work taken by contract. Note the Address;- R. KNOWLES, 28 & 29. HENBLAS STREET, (Opposite the" Adrn'tixer" Office,) 253p W R E X H A M DINE AT GTEVENS' JJESTAURAXT, CHOPS AND STEAKS, DINNERS, LUNCHEONS, TKAS, REFRESHMENT CONTRACTOR, 45 WREXHAM. SSJa SELECTED FARM SEEDS. y-r Q -.1 C -T- 1 A "7 Y £ }TRACHA> SEED MERCHANT AND NURSERYMAN, WREXHAM, Offers;1 Splendid Lot of the True SCOTCH CHAMPION P O T A T O E S, WHITE ROCKS, REGENTS, and other kinds. GCARAMnnn DIRECT FROM SCOTLAND. OATS, BARLEY, CLOVER, and GRASS SEEDS. PRICES AND SAMPLES ON APPLICATION. 409b SEFD SEED SEED CORN EXCHANGE, WREXHAM, Opposite the Butter Market, OPEN on THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. E V A N NV I L L I A 1f S BEGS to thank the Agriculturalists of Denbighshire for their liberal patronage during the last 22 years in Wrex- ham, and to invite an inspection of his new and drst-class stock of SEEDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONS, including Vale of Clwyd Red Clover (very superior), Here- ford Clover, White Dutch, Trefoil, Cow Grass, Alsike Clover, Scotch, English, and Italian Ryegrass, Vetches, Swede, Turnip, and Garden Seed, ik-(. &c. Also at BAILEY STREET, OSWESTRY. 787z JOHN JJURQUHARSON, Can still supply good PLANTS OF STANDARD AND DWARF ROSES of the most useful sorts for the Flower Garden, EVERGREEN SHRUBS and FRUIT TREES, HARDY SPRING FLOWERING PLANTS, suitable for the Rockery and Flower Garden. VEGETABLE and FLOWER SEEDS of the most useful sorts to he had at the Market Hall, where Orders for Nursery Stock, Lt-c., will be attended" to. 3N7b ￼ ROBINSON & J|U(IHES, PRACTICAL TAILORS AND DRAPERS, 30, HENBLAS STREET, WREXHAM. G. R. begs to state that he has been with Messrs H. Rogers and Son, Charies-stiunl, for upwards of nine years, and that he has taken Mr K. Hughes into partnership, who was with the late J. Clarke, Hope-street, for upwards of eighteen yours, and with Mr T. C. Jones, Chuivh-sti cot, for the Iat six years. R. & H. beg to solicit the Clergy, Gentry, and Inhabitants of the town and district for their kind support, and at the same time to thank their very many friends who have promised them their Patronage almost unsolicited, assuring them that nothing shall be wanting on their part to merit the same. ENTIRE NEW STOCK TO SELECT FROM. LADIES' ULSTERS, JACKETS. AND HABIT MAKERS. LIVERIES ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 45Cb ESTABLISHED 1817. i DYEING! DYEING! DYEING! ji DYEIG! ])YEIXG! DYElXG! •! FIRST-CLASS CERTIFICATE OF ? PRIZE MEDALi MERIT Awarded 1874. Awarded 1874. S THE LARGEST DYE-WORKS IN THE MIDLAND COUNTIES. r. IMPROVEMENTS IX THE ART OF DYEING; AND FRENCH CLEANING. i( AT THE MIDLAND COUNTIES STEAM POWER I DYE WORKS, I LEICESTER, LICHFIELD, AND BURTON ON TRENT, JOHN SMITH, I SOLE PROPRIETOR. j j AGENTS IN THIS DISTRICT WREXHAM MISSES WHITING, Fancy Repository, 2, High-street OSWESTRY: MRS M. REASON, Fancy Repository, Church-street. I zgr Goods sent to and received from the above Agents Weekly, AGENTS WANTED IN RUABON AND Ux-i REPRESENTED DISTRICTS. I ff5 The New Price and Color List for 1S78 to be had (iratis or Post Free. 305 b JAMES LLOYD, OAK TREE INN, RUABON ROAD, w R E X H A M. HORSES AND TRAPS FOR HIRE, FURNITURE REMOVED WITn GHEATEST CARE ALL KIND OF TEAM WORK DONE, CONTRACTS ENTERED INTO &c. 569 Town or Country. J. G. & J. L LOYD, PLUMBERS, GLAZIEUS> AND PAINTERS, LEAD pUMPS, WATER CLOSETS, BATHS, BEER MACHINES, AND WATER SUPPLY FITTINGS OF TIIF. MOST IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION. All orders promptly attended to. QUEEN'S SQUARE, WREXHAM. 237 p