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Business Announcements. r-J- -r.- OCK ULrHUR HAIR RE- lJ, il1 completely restore in a few days, grey 01 #r#m»"'re. ijcht hair to its original colour without the .1"(I,,lr..h lip;ht hair to ita original colour without the pr?"? -c? of injury. The Hair Restorer is the best ?h? ?.t for sale- It effects its object satisfactorily,  r ct y natural colour thoroughly cleanses th» ,» nra scurf, and causes the owth of new hair. pri" .„ ?..ur f and causes the growth of new hsur. 1. 1,1 ever?1) Chemists and Hairdressers, in large ^ti.L each. Be sure to obtain LOCKTER'S Sul- ?"H:?'??—— 888 riUACROFT'S ARECA NUT TOOTH p RAl'RO FT'S ARECA NUT TOOTH C. 'Tf Jh using this delicious uromatic Dentifrice, the 1' I" of the teeth becomes white, sound, and polished en*11 like ] 'TO •' jt is exceedingly fraant. and specially use- )¡\;tf Ir r"oUln\'iug incrustations of tartar on neglected teeth. iul I'Vv all Chemists, Pots, ?a and 2s 6d each. (Get Sol1' 8S8j ('r;1,'rpft'.) LOTION.—An L J  remedy 'llT p,«..?es. The most obstinate eruptions a.nd Pimples ^uiiueil by SutphoHne. and a clear, healthy skin ? ?"?.t Those complaining of tender, reddened, Md rH ? ?k!n- or affected by the sun, rough winds, &c., ¡Tnt'n '<"?''e''s from ConatitutkumI Skin Diseases will IUI': e ??.?t. benefit and comfort hy using Sulpholine 11tr:' n '?hi'h has powerful conserving and salutary L"tI' 'r. niuvcs the enect of constant perspiration, and ''?'.?'? the ,tide in a free, healthy condition. Bottles, ? ,?ieach sold by :'H Chemists. &.r  "l >EPI'ER'S QlNNE & IRON TONIC II r< -inr.vi' Indigestion, Flatulence, constant Heartburn, !"klit" ,f th,' Stomach, Smking Snsations, Nausea, A' ouiiiine t?'n is the most elective treatment in all ifit? UT ? ilig from derangement of the Nervous Sys- "'II., ,)1 Tl'I'HQUININE & IRON TONIC.- 'n "1■ • ,h in ?)? Wasting Diseases. Sold by Chemists r)l' 32 doses, price 4s fid; next size r ,{I; ,'pntalllmp: price !I htl; next size in n, .nd in 'r? Stone Jars, 22s. Tho signature l,"¡ tl I 1 1. d k IM iVkii ? t'? ?'? ? ?? ??- %S8z ill I' nilTKUS QUININE & IRON TONIC ,n,1 Knriches the Blood Strengthens the Nerves Svstein Promotes Appetite and improves I'¡ t :-yst.'I\1; Prl.m}utes Appt'tlte and Improves .11 t¡ .11 .\lIllIIat. thl! S1'11'Its alll\ :'Ilental Faculties Animates the Spirits and Mental Faculties, ,-t n,.J,J, n'o'Tuits the jTen,.rili Bodily Health, and induces .r"7r' healthy condition of the Nervous and Physical 8.88z I- r> > \K A< 'CM PODOPHYLLIN.—Aauid v tion ?'' Derangement of the Liver, particularly 'ri'??' from sti?ht congestion, By gently stimulating lI.ti,.n "f t?e 11 r, and iglitly moving the bowels, the j" V i.vlina", ?:tb sensations of fulness, head-a?he, pain 1 T" tli the shoulders (at the chest) after eating, un-  (at the chest) after eating, nn- \Int t ftf in the month, and other indications of 'T .-i ? ?r.' removed. Taraxacum and Podophyllin is C'iti 'er than calomel or bine pill for removing bile.— ;'p:<fI',1 t.v ) P.HI'EH, 2;f7, Tottenham Court Koad, Lon- 1'1 rh i-i- name is on the bhdl. Bottles, 2s 9d and 4a tid ?"h ?' ''? ?' Chemists. SSSz  DOWN' TO £ 20 DRAWN EVERY 4*' O1H in Bon\l". guaranteed by • "taeiit and p.id in Ever? '-Ill;Lre a chance to i„.inii. One Share £ 1, six shares £ 5. Particulars \ntily to the Agency for PuhlH hI1HIs«;enova), J:, AWhiir- !i l! iiie, l.mnbard Street, London, E.G. A Just published. f„ | K ) T 11 W A LKS COAL FIELD. ■ |; ? i(of Diagrams showing the Depth, 1?, 'i t !t'a l ?:uot's of the St-:nn-) in the principa) 1 Local Names of the Seams in the principal 'U. the vari us districts, with Index, Geological 11 '?.) ] ..ri/ont.t? sections across the Kuabon, Brymbo, !)M ??-tyn districts. jnllN J: TKS (iflKCOIJY and 01F:1<: PRICE, ,,f Hope Station, near Mold, Flintshire. I>r;,Mounted on liollaiid, colored and varnished, and j?,! .!? x..)??!t"y rotors. :i? each; or in book form, ).' 1 )r.umr? 1m ) colored, A"is each. TI,.>rir»- (iilitrditju says: "No ?e.?oK'-t, cothery W''T'Vietor, "r tudent can consider hM library complete !Cri"nj"t tliis aMr:?-rive .?nd useful map." I ? ?).'s? f;\Y).f:Y .<: HRA)'n:v, J??'r/)'.?r OrHce, ? ?' i, where opies may be "cen: or on receipt of Post <?. <n?r copies will be forwarded to address niven? h « « r jc: 1 |s. Watches.— Midland Counties Watch Com- ■ ii:tny". (Cheapest house in the world.) Money returned if uoods not approved of. Gentlemen's Fine »>'i!vtr M.:t Cnstal glas^, heavy cased. Superior Move- l.adies' and Youths* do., do., handsomely eii r,v, ) -~> I.ailies' very heavy cased Gold Levers fX|ai-itelv i li:tse,| eases, highly finished, extra jewelled movements. 70 Clieques, P.O. Orders payable S. Hissey, Vj,e .-treet, llirminglian). Testimonials and price lists on ;pplii'ation. II: W. A. HO";¡.s "HAIP Bl,AND." T H! JIT HOUSE COLZA OIL 1-i SI It W. A. ROSF. CO., Merc!iiits and Refiners of all kinds of Burning and Lubricating Oils PRICK 1.IT FREF. ON APFMCATION. Office's, t'ni, t'ppcr Thames Street, London, E.C. HIMI.n >I>'S Cl'lIE for ASTHM A, CATARRH, COLDS, CK< >L"P, Ac., .Vc. The Discoverer of Himrod's !,i,,iself for 1? years a great suKerer from Asthma, has at l.o. succeeded in combining this most successful I", r Canister, 4s, or by post, 4s 3d, of all Chemists Ast-iil* tor (treat Britain and Ireland, F. Newbury, and Newgate-Street, London. Ml, NFR'S SAFES, Best and Cheapest Safeguard ?i_ against F! R H and THIEVE. Phtenix Safe Works. LiverpooL yy ILLIAM PIERCE, I CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER, I RIDGE STREET, WREXHAM. Ageiit tv the Patent 3letallic Air Tight CeJfin Com- pany, Limited, Birmingham. The Coffins are highly recommended by all the Medical Practitioners of the Neighbourhood. 3 They are covered with black and crimson cloth or I velvet and every design of colored IMetal furni- I tiii-e is used. 8 The METALLIC SHELL COFFINS, encased I in stoilt polished oak, or covered with cloth or I velvet, can lIe had ut a few hours' notice. I sHELl.S AND COFFINS always in stock. I 1;5'5 J | "I "> i: \SS, REED, STRJG, and DRUM ?nd FIFE ,) BANDS, PIAOFORTEH ? HARMONIUMS sup- illivil,it Wholesale Pricr at J. MOORE'S, Buxton-road, Hud- itersrit Id. Prices with drawings of every instrument post tree. Music for any kind of Band. Handmen s Caps. r.,tr ..n.?d by the Army, X?vy. Rin6 Corps. Second- h..nt: Instrument? bought or taken in exchange lii,trtLIll?Ilte h,)Uglit (,I- tU)Zell ill c.chii-ige (1 11K GOOD HOPE, NATAL, and KAST AFRICAN {{ > I KA.M F.RS.—The UNION S.S. Co.'a MAIL !■ A' K K'L's sail from SOI'TITAMPTON every alternate Thurs- •i; and direct Algoa Bar and Natal Steamers every fourth Friday, leaving Plymouth the next day. Apply at the Com- pany's office-, Oriental-place, Southampton, or 11, Leaden- li .l! stii-etI.ondon. !•; W .iADLEII'S WELLS THE A THE. Every Evening. Prices from lid to £ 2 10s. j Fill) SUCKLING, with deifciency of BREAST t The PALM A CHIUSTI is invaluable and N F.Villi FA I L t.. J,romnte'l ",uPJlly. B ttles 2 11 and 4,(j.—T. 20, New Street. Dorset Square, London. Order of your druggist. 1: ATS found Dead tifter ns ng two fid Jaf I < i i S l F.iNKl.' S VERM IN PASTE,Sold by all Chemists. II St Linieliouse, London. "Try it, it never 1'. THE CROSS, OS W KSTB Y. DAILY and V.KKKLY NEWSPAPERS, conveyed by < the Cambrian on the day of Publication, the first 'I rain after receipt. All orders promptly at- ended to hv c" G. B A Y 1.7<; Y, BOOKSELLI.R. BRITISH COl.LKGE OF HEALTH. I E':stoT)-ro.(d, London. \|"ORJSoN's VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL MEPI- I (INKS, iiead the report for 1HS0 in the HYOKIAN 'A\AC. ?hich with the Medicines can be obtained 1 "in all Chemists acti Druggists. nil I /»EI! S, —MFRCHA.NTS. SLATES, TIL ES, I) BRICKS, CEMENT, STOVES, RANGES. GUTTERS, NAILS. ci-.NF.ltAL IKONMOXdERV <t IRON FOUNDRY t ASIITON AND GJIKEN, Limited, bur. street, St Mary Axe, London, E.C., Bristol and Ji Dublin. Pr.e Lists on Application. \\70R.V OUT SILVER PLATED ARTICLES also! Cojiper, 'Brass, A-c., replated equal to new by I ANTON'S PLATI NG PASTE. One simple application ti; piire ,;ilrer. Post free, 20 stamps.— '•-my Stanton, 4, Hich-street, New Thornton-heath, H A Y M A N'S 'B A *L S A -Nf j OF HOREHOUND: the x..? (. rtain and speedy remedy for all disorders of I "'t- ('I I I ''? '?"'?t and Lun"s. In Asthma and Commmption, Bron- j .h tn, ";¡b, Infiuonza, Difficulty of Breathing, Spitting 'I'ping Couph, Hoarseness, Loss of Life, Ac., I thi.4 '?'s.un ?ives instantaneous reUef, and if properly per- i11,, scarcely-ever fails to effect a rapid cure. jt has n..w heeit tried for many yeaM, has an established !<I'"tation, and maty thousands have ueen benefitted by t IhP. IT HAS X MO»srr PHEASANT TASTE. lill'OR'SAX'f TKSTlifOSlAL. H htUjieltl, Chayletown, Sheffield, October, ll/A, IS. b. ha>e qiveit your Hainan a personal trial, end, almost INSTANT ltri:.IEF, haze recommended th- rc, with the name rootilt. 1 shall have pletwj,re *? ''n<h n't the itattie end rcpitiation of such a valuable fi-fl! y. incdif. I aw, yours, ifv. UEOBlE CIVIL. 17, llati,nan, Chemux, Neath. (iEOfi,CiE Cn'll, I -lAYMAN'S BALAAM OF isIOJiEHOUWD I ':i Nursery is invaluable, as chil(ii-?n are fond of it, and ? -'tca,er)y. Immediacy it is tai.en cou?hiE? ceases, • "-t ) M-inej. is cone, and /efreshinK sleep enstws. No I 'M t\whu ]?.s onoe tried it, ?ould ever &fterwards hs with- j ""t it. ''r' p:?) ?nh by A. HAYMAN, Chenust. Neath and  1 Id antl 2s -)(I per botU?, oy ;?] t'?emists. Y'rit'6, Is Ud and 2a-?d per hottte. ?Y 11 f rancis, J. F. Edi?ry, J. Daries, Jam's. And ,)\\ I, chemists, WrexhaLi?- j ] II I J. E It. Vertir;il ¡;;t.m B O 1 L E R ii. All si^cs in Stock or projjress. Apply A^HHTT A: Co., Engineers, N £ jrark-on-Tr«nt. (r 7 li ANSVAAL LAND AfiESCY FOR GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. (Est. 11;77.) KNDH, ESTATES AND FARMS for Sale, O comprising nearly -s t'- MILLION ACRFA., at ];!) an(I upwards per acre, — FREE OF KENT FOR EVER. |>AsS 'J:R" by 7Mr? MAIL STEAMERS. 1'1.1\, J "r i'?'ticut?rs respectiu P!?ns and PrwBs, &c., ).p)'\ '"?'?y or by letter ?en?sing stamped directed:  H. W. J)!)SEÙ.Y, .l'Iq, Head Agent anll 'PC) ? ?- W. Ile:ld Agent ?ndS ".??'??'?? 30, COLI,F(ir f:RER? D'nLI. „ ?'?"< "<'rMMt.-7)n<i<?<M<i</a? //1 the ??''?' 't." .L/.lli'  .'(" (I'(J'f.1 flU the "I('f! ■ ■ "r, dr., Wov'dl !n ???"'<?! (('It, Business Announcements. FRANCIS'S VOICE LOZENGES, For Clearing and Strengthening the Voice, relieving all Affections of the Throat, Hoarseness, Huskiness, Sore Throat, Relaxation of the Uvula and Tonsils. Public Speakers and Singers take them with much benefit as a Preventive of Hoarseness, and as a Remedy when it exists. TESTIMONIALS. Miss Davies, R.A.M., London-" I have found your Lozenges very effective in removing hoarseness, and can thoroughly recommend them." Mr Fanish, Liverpool- "The effect of the Lozenges is remarkable indeed; gave me a voice as clear as a bell." Mr Lewis (Llew Llwyvo)-" I believe that I could not have performed my part (owing to hoarseness) at the concert had it not been for thee fficacy of yonr Lozenges." Mr Hughes, Chorister, Bangor Cathedral, N. W.—" Your Lozenges completely restored my voice," &c. Rev. Mr Roberts, Glanaled-" They are excellent for dis- ordered voice and hoarseness." A Clergyman, near Wrex- ham-" They have a wonderful effect upon my voice." L. England, National Schools, Appleby, Penrith-" I must say that I have derived great benefit from sour Voice Lozenges." Y. Thesbiad-" Crugleisio o'r blaen-canu yn awr." Isalaw-11 I strongly recommend your Voice Lozenges." Miss Harris, R.A.M., London-I found the Lozenges h;gbly beneficial." Miss Marian Williams R.A.I., London-" The Lozenges at once and completely removed a slight hoarseness under which I was suffering." Mynyddog—" Os oea crygni, Francis's Lozenges maeut y rhai gorau agefais erioed." Sold in Boxes, 7id, Is lid, 2s fldeach; or per post, the Is lid for Is 2d, 2s 9d for 3s, in stamps, from J. FRANCIS, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Hope-street, Wrexham. 1726c IMPORTANT TO ALL IN TRADE. X ESTABLISHED 1836. X T U B B S MERCANTILE OFFICES, 42, GRESHAM STREET, LONDON, E.C. WEST END BRANCH-53, CONDUIT ST., REGENT ST., W SrnSCRIDERS, BY OBTAINING TIMELY INFORMATION, MAY AVOID IAKING BAD DEBTS, AND MAY, THROUGH THIS AGENCY, RECOVER DEBTS DUE WITH PROMPTITUDE. STUBBS' WEEKLY GAZETTE Supplies Information Indispensable to Traders. BRANCHES at Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton, Belfast, Cork, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Portsmouth, Soutkamp- ton, Sheffield, Gloucester, and Bradford. TERMS— £ 1 Is, £2 2s, A:3 3s, £5 5s, according to re- quirements. PROSPECTUS forwarded on application to the SECRE- TARY, Stubbs' Mercantile Offices, 42, Gresham Street, London, E.C. TRADE AUXILIARY COMPANY (LIMITED). CAUTION. THERE IS NO OFFICE IN LONDON CONNECTED WITH STUBBS' MERCANTILE OFFICES. 42, GRESHAM STREET, E.C. (SITUATE AT THE CORNER OF KING STREET, OPPOSITE GUILDHALL), EXCEPT THE WEST END BRANCH AT 5:1, CONDUIT STREET, REGENT STREET, W 2022b ECONOMY IN THE GARDEN. NEW CATALOGUE, 1880. JOHNT & GEORGE JJJC JJATTIE j Beg to announce the publication of their NEW CATALOGUE of VEGETABLE SEEDS.—The choicest kinds. -+- FLOWER SEEDS.—The newest varieties. POT-A..roES.-Be.t Exhibition kinds. GLADIOLI. Very choice collection. EVERY GARDEN REQUISITE. CHOICEST QUALITY. MODERATE PRICES. I POST FREE TO ANY ADDRESS. S K I: D WAR E HOUSE: NORTHGATE STREET, CHESTER. I FURNITURE, CARPETS, Brussels, 2:2!, 29,3/3 A i 1 best 3 9, Tap.- ,-v do., 1:30,000 If Furniture. Bedsteads and Beddi.i.: at ■ v never before offered, should he seen. AU Ofc i ntrranted, packed and delivered free. WM. VV • vr. W holesale, Rxport and General Furnishing Wart-5' em.i and National Supply Stores, 131 to 139, Newinj. U,5, London, S.E. New Illustrated Priced List Gratia WfALKER'S CRYSTAL CA WATCHES,tz, siuper- ceding all others. Prize M. als, London L., Paris 1SS7. 6>-l*er from £ 3 3s. Gold fr. n A:6 6s. 77. Cornhill, E.C.: 2; 1?Agent-street, W. aud 76 -r.:and, W.C. Descriptive i1; r hlet free. A Nb, MEDICAL 'V. iiK rir HENRY S; ni, Doctor of Medicine and Surgery 1, the University T and Doetor of Medicine of the Metropolitan Medical j College, New York, by Examination, lSôO. Just Published, Enlarged Edition, 144 pages, Crown 8vo., Free by Post Two Stamps, in Envelope, DEBILITATING AND NERVOUS DISEASES THEIR CAUSE, CONSEQUENCE, SYMPTOMS, AND TREATMENT. The work gives the RESULT OF TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS' SPECIAL PRACTICE for the Cure of all Diseases of the Ner- vous System, Nervous Debility, Mental and Physical Depre- ssion, Palpitation of the Heart, Noises in the Head and Ears, Indecision, Impaired Sight and Meuory, Indigestion, I,oss of Energy, Pains in the Back, Constipation, Blush- Loss of Energy, Timidity, Self-distrust, Dizziness, Love of Hysteria, Groundless Fears, Muscular Relaxation, &c. ? iSnogli. tude, GUIDE TO HEALTH, STRENGTH, and VIGOR- It is ? OUS OLD AGE, invaluable to the Nervous, Sedentary, Dvspeptic, and all those whose constitutions have become debilitated and relaxed from Irregularities of Life, In- temperance, Climate, Age, or Disease, or from Over taxed or Abused Energies, whether of body or mind. Gives Instructions and Advice for the Treatment of Ner- vous and Physical Debility, Local and Constitutional Weak- ness, Premature Decay, and all Disorders resulting from loss of vital force. Also by the same Author, by Post Seven Stamps in Envelope, ON DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMAN., THEIR CAUSE, SYMPTOMS, AND CURE. This work is written for the use of Females. It is a Guide to the Cure of a class of ailments to which the Female Constitu- ■ tion is peculiarly liable. NOTICE :-Consultations free by tter. NOTICE.-The above Medical Works will be sent direct j from the Author, in an Envelope, on the receipt of the mount in stamps. IMPORTANT TO COUNTRY INVALIDS. CONSULTATION lY CORRESPONDENCE. THE AUTHOR OF THE ABOVE WORKS will for the benefit of country invalids, on receiving a description o jtheir case, send his opinion, Free of Charge, with advice and directions for restoration to Health. A Confidential form of Correspondence containing Ques- tions, Ac., to assist persons in describing their case, will be sent, post free, on receiving a directed envelope. ADDRESS HENRY SMITH, S, Burton Crescent, London, W.C 17t5 THE NEW  ANCASHIRE STEEL PEN I _J AND ALL OTHER PENS, Manufc^turcd by EDWARD VOORSANGER, so LD BY •CHARLES G. BAYLEY, THE CROSS AND CHURCH-STREET One of the Agents for Oswestry.  PATTERNS of NEW SILKS or Dress Goods J1 LU?M? free. SILKS from ONE GUINEA to TWENTY GUINEAS. Write to D. NICHOLSON and Co., 50 to 52, St. Paul's Church Yard, London, E.C. Established 1843. ABERDEEN GRANITE MONUMENTS, from £ 5, Acurriage paid. Inscriptkns accurate and beautiful. Plans and prices from John W. Legge, Sculptor, Aberdeen. TIMBER SLATES BRICKS i TILES CEMENTS LATKri SEWERAGE PIPES, And all other Building Materials at E 3JEREDITE JONES'S, Ee ?JL  TIMBER Y A. R D and ..G TEA:\1 SAW 3CILL, CHliRLES STREET, 1816 WREXHAM. PUBLIC NOTICE. rr^HOMAK LEWJ, general bill pœcr and advertising r agent, rents all the posting Btaions in and round Oswestry: bill poster to the Cambrian and Great Western Railway1 Companies. Office: <!«¥■" £ Id Row, Beatrice street, Oswestry, where all orders must be addressed XTOUR new 'vVowel' AI is a-o/ie-derfu! Machine, both I as Washer, Wringer, and Mangier teriously Mrs G. considers it beyond all praise." Vide Purchaser Price Iti lOs, Carriage free am4cl trial free. Catalogue 4jee by post. PARIS, 1^78, three Hilver Medals to Tt!«MAS BRADFORD, & Co., 140 to 14;1, Higli Holborn, London, and Cathedral Steps, Manchester. REI. I E F FROM COUGH JN TEN MiNUTES. THE |nnHE NEW WINDOW BLI"Ð, fn 12 -TH? JE ?.M,,?.?..jJ? di?Mnt colors. F?r surpass any "EMl'!RE,m¡lteria.l hithertB employed. Alay he adapted to existing rollers. AVERY & Co., fcl, Great Portlaod-streei, W IMX>»> London, W. Makers of Inside and Outside  Blinds of every description.—I!!ustMi?d pr?ce BLIND*. jjS £ ??j patterns post free. ¡ r„rvf, YOUR OWN MATERIAL BK-\{'TlFULLY I' KILTINUjj £ jjtet| by E. M. Watkins' ce?ebMted process, ?- in any fabric, old ox new, the lightest sill: or the heaviest serge, from halfpenny BY per yard. Samples sent free. Parcels sent s-1 TEA' by P"t or Rail return. d same day as .Nf. .ireceivp-d. "31yr,,L" and the "Queen" re- I o eommend. F .Nl. WATlilNg' Inexpensive Motirniiig Waicliouse, Norton Folcate, Bisbopsgatt hijfet and Office for Kilting I only, (4, Gt. Portland Sf-net, Ovf^rd Street, «'»*■ W? out for Wjtiire reference.) Business Announcements. "r- "J"o.r-J .r'í"" J" TO FARMERS.—NO RENT TO PAY. 3,000,000 ACRES OF FARMING LANDS IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA. A FEW HUNDRED POUNDS will enable a Settler to to comfortably establish himself in a home of his own, and acquire a Freehold Farm on the line of the St. Paul Minneopolis and Manitoba Railway, in the Red River Valley of Northern Minnesota, the finest wheat growing country in the world. Descriptive pamphlets, Arc., on application to MOLTNEUX ST. JOHN", agent, St. P. M. and M. Railway Company, 18, Tower Chambers, Liverpool. 473& COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, B RONCRITIS, and NEURALGIA, DR. J. COLLIS BROWNES CHLORDYNE.-A few doses quite effectuil. -C.,i tition. -The extraordinary medical reports on the efficacy of Chlorodyne render it of vital importance that the public should obtain the genuine, which is protected by a Government stamp, bearing the words Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne." See decision of the Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Woed, Timet, July 16th, 1864. Numer- ous testimonials from eminent Physicians accompany each bottle. From W. C. Wilkinson, Esq., F.R.CS., Spalding.-I con- sider it invaluable in Phthsis and Spasmadoc Cough; the benefit is very marked. From Dr. M'Milhnan, of New Galloway, Scotland.-As a Sedative, Anodyne, and Anti-Spasmodic, I consider Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne the most valuable medicine known. Sold in Bottles, Is I'd, 2s 9d, and 4s (;d by all Chemists. BILLIARD BALLS, Chalks, Cues, and Tips at HEIG BROS., Ivory Works, 11, High-street, London, W.C., Cheapest house in the trade for Billiard Table requisites and Ivory Goods in general. Old Balls adjusted or ex- changed and tables re-covered. Price Lists on application. Established 1862. FRIEND OF ALL HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. CURE FOR ALL! The Universal Reinedyfor Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, and Ulcerations of all kinds. rrHERE is no medicinal preparation which may be so thoroughly relied upon in the treatment of the above ailments as Holloway's Ointment. Rubbed upon the sur- face of the body, over, or near the affected parts, it disap- pears under the friction of the hand, penetrating at once to the source of the evil, and thus perform its healing errand, rapidly, safely and without pain. In all long standing cases, Holloway's Pills should also be taken, as they purify the Blood and expel all depraved humours from the system. COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROATS, AND BRONCHITIS. This Ointment is irresistible in the cure of these throat and pectoral complaints, which when neglected often end in settled asthma or consumption. The Ointment well rubbed upon the chest and back, niijht mi,I morning, pene- trates the skin, and thus absorbed, is carried directlv to the lungs, where, in immediate contact with the whole mass of circulating blood, it neutralizes or expels all im- purities. By these means all pulmonary complaints may be cured with rapidity and case. DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS, STONE AND GRAVEL. In any of the above complaints more benefit may be Je- rived in twenty-four hours, by adopting the following" simple means, than could be brought about in six months by any other treatment. In bad cases, if the Ointment be diligently rubbed into the small of the :>.ick, over the re- gion of the kidneys, it will quickly penetrate and give im- mediate relitå Six or eight of the Pills should be taken ) nightly according to circumstances. GOUT, RHEUMATISM AND STIFF JOINTS. This invaluable Ointment exercises a more obvious .-on- trol over Gout and Rheumatism, than any other medicine. No one need remain uncured, who will in good earnest make a vigorous application of this infallible remedy- according to the Printed Instructions affixed to each Pot. All settled aches and pains will likewise be banished by the same treatment. SKIN DISEASES, SCROFULA, AND SCURVY. The beneficial effects of this peerless Ointment are truly wonderful in cases of Ringworm, Scurvy, and Scrofula, or King's Evil, and its powers are adequate co the removal of the most inveterate Skin Disease towhich the human frame is subject. Both the Ointment and Pills should be used in the fol- Bad Legs Bad Breasts Burns Bunions Chilblains Chapped Hands Contracted and Stiff Joints lowing complaints:- Corns (Soft) I Fistulas Gout Glandular Swellings I Lumbago Piles Rheumatism Sore Nipples Scalds Sore Throats Skin Diseases Scurvy Sore Heads Tumours Ulcers Wounds The Ointment and Pills are sold at Professor HOLLO- WAY'S Establishment, 533, Oxford-street, London also by nearly every respectable Vendor of Medicine throughout the Civilized World, in Boxes and Pots, at Is lid 2s 9d, ts t5rl, lis, 22s, and 33e each. Full printed directions are affixed to each Pot and Box, tnd can be had in any language. 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RAY and MILES, No. 23, Oxford-street, 1 and 2, Rathbone-place, London, W., and at Liverpool. Now Ready, and may be had post free for one stamp, Sixth Edition of G. H. Proctor's pamphlet on RED PERUVIAN BARK AS A CURE FOR INTEMPERANCE. AND GENERAL TONIC AND RESTORATIVE. GEORGE H. PROCTOR, toO, Deane-street, Newcastle- on-Tyne.  EFT OFF CLOTHING. WANTED FOR I J EXPORTATION. LEFT OFF CLOTHING, FURNITURE, OLD CHINA, JLj JEWELLERY, PLATE, GUNS, DIAMONDS, PIANOS, PICTURE And all other descriptions of Property BOUGHT FOR CASH P.O.O. remitted to country families immediately upon receipt of goods for which carriage is paid. Wines and Spirits bought. Cellars cleared WARRANTS BOUGHT. We buy Goods for shipping, therefore we can give a good value for them, All Parcels from town or country receive prompt attention. Money Orders returned same day. Applv to F. J. FOGHILL and Co., 3, Craven-street, Strand, LONDON, W.C. FAMILIES WAITED UPON. NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY. A Gentleman, having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means of self-cure He will be happy to forward the particulars to any sufret ei- on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope. -Address, J. T. SEWELL, ESQ., Mayville, Hammersmith, London, W. 528c -<- TO VISITORS. T H E pENNY GUIDE TO WREXHilI With full information of all objects of interest in the town, and excursions to GRESFORD WY.VNSTAY HOLT MINERA BANGOR HOPE MOUNTAIN OVERTON CAERGWRLE CASTLE ERBISTOCK KANTYFIRITH RUABON &C., &C. Sold by all Booksellers. Published by Bayley d: Bradley, Advertiser Oyice. II Hits the mark the author aims at, viz., to supply in as concise and complete a form as possible, information as to what there is to see in and around the town and how to see it.Oswestry Advertiser. A very cheap, complete and interesting guide to this interesting district. Well written, with its information full concisely given, the tourist will find this little book the very thing he requires.Carnarvon IIerald. "In this little brochure, published by Messrs. Bavley and Bradley, of Wrexham, visitors to the metropolis of North Wales will find a pleasant and reliable com- panion, who will conduct them to all the places and objects t.f interest in the locality, and who will give a pleasant and concise description of ea.ch.-Shrewsbury Chronicle. t Money. j — — /r. THE CAMBRIAN LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED, Is prepared to advance any sum from £ 5 to £ 500 upon JL personal or otker security, for periods of from three months to two years, repayable by weekly, monthly, quar- erly, or -other instalments. Good bills discounted on ad- vantageous terms. The strictest confidence observed.— Applications to be made to the Secretary, Mr James Price, Offices, Stuaaier Hill, near Wrexham. 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