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Sales by Mr. Johnson. WREXHAM, DENBIGHSHIRE. Desirable Freehold Property in High Street, Hope Street, Brook Street, and Grove Tark, rexham. rpo BE SOLD BY AUCTIOX, by Mr. JOHNSON, at J- the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrexham, on Mon- day, the 2nd day of May, 1859, at, 3 o'clock in the afternoon, in the following, or such other lots as shall be agreed upon at the time of sale, and subject to con. ditions to be then produced. LOT I.-All those seven several COTTAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, with the yards and appurten- ances thereunto belonging, adjoining the British School in Brook-st., in the Borough of Wrexham, in the oounty of Denbigh, and now or late in the respective occupa. tions of David Hughes, Edward Thomas, Margaret Roberts, Eliza Wilkinson, Ellen Roberts, John Wynne, and Robert Jones. LOT 2.-All those 6 several COTTAGES, or Dwelling- < ouses, with the yard and appurtenances thereunto be- longing, situate near to the last mentioned premises, and now in the respective occupations of William Gregory, Thomas Jones, Edward Whitley, Elizabeth Clarke, W. Jeffreys, and Mary Pugh. N .B. The whole of the premises, comprising Lots 1 & 2, are in good repair, and there is a pump belonging to lot 2 yielding a plentiful supply of excellent water, the use of which will be reserved to the purchaser Of Lot 1. LOT 3.—All that Croft piece or parcel of LAND, containing by estimation one acre, or thereabouts, situate in or near to Brook-street, aforesaid, and at the back of Mr. Price Vaughan's Brewery, now in the holding of William Rowland, Esquire; this lot is well adapted fur Building purposes. LOT 4. -All that plot or piece of BUILDING LAND, situate on the North West side of the New Road, or Street, called Grove-street," lately forming part of the Grove Park Estate, being Lot 9 of certain lots or parcels of Building Land advertised for sale by Auction, on the 21st April, 1854, and shewn in the plan annexed to the particulars of such sale, and containing by admeasure. ment 1228 square yards, or thereabouts. LOT 5.—Another plot of LAND adjoining lot 4, numbered 10, in the former particulars, and containing 1,227 square yards, or thereabouts. LOT 6.—Another pint of LAND adjoining lot 5, numbered 11 in the said former particulars, and con- taining 1,222 square yards, or thereabouts. LOT 7.—.mother plot of LAND adjoining lot G, num- bered 12 in the said former particulars,(and containing 1,220 square vards, or thereabouts. Lor S.—All that substantially built MESSUAGE, or D welliug-house, with the shop, yard and premises there- unto belonging, being in High-street, in Wrexham, aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mr. Moses Wright, draper. This lot is admirably situated for business. LOT 9.—All those two SHOPS with the Dwelling- house and extensive out offices, warehouses, yard and premises, thereunto respectively belonging, situate in Hope-street, in Wrexham, aforesaid, now in the several occupations of Mr. Edward Jones, hatter and clothier, and Mr. John Davics, druggist. This lot contains 519 square yards, has a frontage to Hope-street of 41 feet, and is one of the best commercial sites iu the town, and lucrative businesses have been carried on there for many years. The respective tenants will shew the lots, and any further information may be obtained on application to the Auctioneer, or at the offices of Messrs. James and Owen, Brynyffynnon Offices, where a plan of I ots 4, 5, 6, and 7 may be seen. SALE IN CHESTER-STREET, WREXHAM. MR. ?SNSON has been commissioned by the Re- .?.L presentatives of the late Mrs. Cooper, to SELL BY Auction, on Monday, the 16th May, 1859, the whole of the substantial and Useful EURNITDRE, in Maho- gany. comprising Dining and other Tables, Sideboards, Lounge ;and other Chairs, Carpets, Pictures, Glass, Caiaa, 4-pi>3t} French and Iron Besteads, and every other requisite for the Bedroom. Kitchen utensils and other articles as per catalogue, to be had a week before the sale. Sale at Eleven o'clock. Sales by Mr. Griffith. Very Important Sale of Dairy Cows. HeifeTl. Farm Implements and Effects, at Shocklach Hall, near Worthenbury. MR. GRIFFITH has received instructions to SELL -HLL BY AUCTION, on Friday, the 6th May, 1859, at Eleven o'clock in the morning, upon the premises at Shocklach Hall, Cheshire, Worthenbury, Forty Eight very prime Short Horn DAIRY COWS, near the whole of which have calved, one exceedingly well-bred BULL, Twenty Yearling HEIFERS, li ack Mare and Pony, exceedingly handsome yearling COLT together with the Farm Implements and Teams of Horses (if necessary,) the property of Mr Cookson, of Shocklach Hall, aforesaid. The above Stock is well known as being first-class, which needs no further comment from the Auctioneer, who invites a punctual attendance at Eleven o'clock in the morning when the sale will commence. Sales by Mr. Jenkins. Sale of Fat and Feeding Cattle, Stirks, Shropshire Sheep, Berkshire Pigs, Waggon Mare, &c., at Newton near Ellesmere. MR. JENKINS has been honoured with instructions, l.Y t?SELL BY AUCTION, iu the Farm yard at Newton, on Thursday, the 5th day of May, 1859, 42 Prime Young Fat and Feeding Cattle. 14 Promising Stirks. 50 Cipital Suropshire Ewes, with and in-lamb. 30 Smart Pigs. A powerful Waggon Mare, 6 years old, &c &C. t! e property of C. K. Mainwaring, Esq. Lunch at 12; Sale at One o'clock punctually.—Cata- logues may be obtained from the Auctioneer, Ellesmere. WELSHHAMPTON PARSONAGE, IN THE COUNTY OF SALOP. MR. JENKINS has been directed by the Rev. G. J?JL S. Master, who is leaving the neighbourhood, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Saturday and Monday, the 7th and 9tn days of May, 1859, the whole of the valu- able HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Glass, China, &c., a very rare collection of Curiosities, Ancient Armour, Stuffed Birds, Oak Carving, &c., &c. Particulars ia due time, and catalogues maybe obtain- ed nine days prior to the sale, at the office of the Auctioneer, Ellesmere. WREXHAM, RUABON, AND LLANGOLLEN DISTRICT OF ROADS. PURSUANT to an Order of three of the Trustees JL of the above District of Roads in meeting as- sembled on the 2Sth day of April instant, Notice is Hereby Given, that a meeting of the Trustees of the said District of Roads will be held at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, in Wrexham, in the County of Denbigh, on Thursday, the Nineteenth day of May next, at the hourofOne in the afternoon, for the purpose of appoint- ing a Surveyor and Collectors of the said District of Roads, and any person or persons desirous of becoming Candidates for the said offices are hereby required to send in their applications stating terms, addressed to me at Wrexham, on or before the 19th day of May next. Dated this 29th day of April, 1859, EDWIN WYATT, Clerk to the said Trustees. Surveyor's Salary £50-responsible sureties will be required. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that E DWARD .L? EDWARDS of Abenbury Vechan, in that part of the parish of Wrexham, which is in the County of Flint, ironmaster hath by Indenture dated the 27th day of April 1859, granted, conveyed, and assigned all his real and personal estates and etfects unto John George Barton, of London, merchant, and William Hughes, of Plas- kynaston, near Ruaboll, in the County of Denbigh, iron- master, upon trust for the equal benefit of themselves and all other the creditors of the said Edward Edwards who shall execute these presents, or assent thereto in writing, within two calendar months from the date thereof, and that the said Indenture waS duly exe- cuted by the said Edward Edwards, and John George Barton, on the day of the date of thereof, in the presence of James Charles Owen, of Wrexham, in the county of Denbigh, attorney at law, and such execution is at- tested by him and the same indenture, was on the day following, executed by the said William Hughes in the presence of Thomas Jones, our clerk, and such execution is attested by him, which said indenture now lies at our office for inspection and execution no h b f h by the creditors. And Notice i3 hereby further given, that all persons indebted to the said Edward Edwards, are required to pay their respective debts at our office forthwith. WEN JAMES & OWEN, Solicitors to the Assignees. Bryn-y-ffynnon offices, 29th April, 1S59. MONEY TO LEND. READY to be advanced on Mortgage Security, several sums of MONEY, in amounts from £;)0 to &;)00. Apply to Mr. J. Jones, Solicitor, Wrexham. FINE FLUKE POTATOES, AND FLUKE POTATOE SETS, FOR SALE, In large and small quantities, Apply to Mr. MEREDITH JONES, W rexham. OPENING OF THE NEW ORGAN. BAPTIST CHAPEL, CHESTER-ST., WREXHAM. f)? ?? DAY, May 1st, 1859, TWO SERMONS yRZ•n'  P.^h^'n the ?°" place of worship, by fT' ?LKES.ofOswestry, after which CoHee. tiLonns will be made in aid of the Organ Fund. Divine Service TIlCOmmence at a 1narter before 11 in the Morniog, and halt-past 6 o'clock in the Evening. EDWARD BENNETT, WELL-SINKER, PUMP-MAKER, &c., &c, PENTRF., B HOUGHTON, NEAR WREXHAM, U EGS to return his grateful acknowledgments to his B friends and the public, for the liberal support he has rceived, and has much pleasure in referring to the Testi- monials he has received from the following gentlemen Sir R. H. Cuoliffe, Bart.; W. Rowland, Esq, Surgeon J. Dickeusoo, Esq.; Mr. Pnb, Solicitor Market Hall Directors; Mr. Broughton, Druggist; Mr. Francis, King street; Mr. Jones, Plumber, Chester-street Mr. Morris, Caia; Mr. Rogers, Tailor, Mr. Vaughan. Brewer; Mr Young, Hope-street, &c., &c. N.B.-Orders can be left with LNIR. Bayley, Bookseller, Wrexham. HOPE- STREET, WREXHAM. ROBERT DAVIES, ROPE AND TWINE MANUFACTURER. TAKES this opportunity of expressing his gratitude J. to his very numerous supporters for their kind patronage during the years he has been iu business, and begs to inform them, that through infirmity, he is re- tiring in favour of his grandson, HORACE HORTON, in whose business capabilities he has the fullest confidence. HORACE HORTON, In succeeding to the above business, respectfully an- nounces to the inhabitants of Wrexham, its vicinity, and the public generally, that he intends carrying it on in its various branches, and trusts from his own practi- cal knowledge, together with the superintendence of Mr Davies, with strict attention, and moderate charges, to secure that liberal support so kindly bestowed upon his predecessor. If 11. begs also to say that he manufactures improved Oiled Sheets, and Tarpaulings, fur Waggons, Carts, Vans, ilorse Covers, &e. Stack Covers and Tents made to any dimensions, &c. Fishing, Cart, and Sheep Fencing Nets. Patent Shoe Thread.—Bell Ropes made. Orders by post punctually attended to. MUSIC-HALL,—WEEXHAJVL The Gentry and Inhabitants are respectfully informed that a GRAND CONCERT. will be given in the above Hall, by the MANCHESTER GLEE UNION On Saturday, the 7th of May, 1859. Artistes ;—Mr R. JERVIS, Mr. JAMES HOLT, Mr. E. WALTON, Mr. J. COOPER, Mr. BIBBY, iAf c. BRFWElt, Mr. WHYAT, and Mr. SMITH, of the Gentlemen's Concert Hall, the Free Trade Hall, the Theatre Royal Opera Company, and other Concerts in Manchester. Doors open at Seven, Concert to commence at Eight o'clock. Admission—Front Seats, 2s. Second Seats, Is. Third Seats, 6d. GROCERY AND PROVISION WAREHOUSE, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. ELLIS PHILLIPS, BEGS to inform his friends and the public that he JD has commenced business as a Grocer and General Provision Dealer, in the Shop lately ocenpied by Messrs. Challoner & Son, where he hopes to be favoured with a share of public support. The articles offered for sale will be of the very best quality and at very moderate prices. Home Cured Hams and Bacon. Cheese, Salt and Fresh Butter constantly on Sale. NEW EARTHENWARE HOUSE, TEMPLE PLACE. MRS ROGERS respectfully invites the attention of the inhabitants of Wrexham and its vicinity, and to inform them that she has just opened a shop for the sale of,CHINA and EARTHENWARE, also a variety of useful and Fancy Baskets, and hopes by strict attention to business and moderate charges to merit a share of public patronage and support. A good assortment of Buckley ware on hand. Next door to the County Court Office and Mr Lead- beater's, watchmaker, Church,-yard. WREXHAM CRICKET CLUB. PATRON-SIR W. W. WYNN, BART., M.P. PRESIDENT—TOWNSHEND MAINWABING, ESQ., M.P. TREASURER—R. W. JOHNSON, ESQ. Those gentlemen who wish to join the above Club are requested to forward their names and address to Mr G. Warburton, Honorary Secretary, Bank-street. Wrexham, April 7th, 1859. C 0 A L, SLACK, AND LIME. I OA us rwromvtlv delivered in the Town and J neighbourhood. Orders received by the Agent, E. Meredith JONES, Timber Merchant, Charles-street. READINGS FHOM CHARLES DICKENS. UNDER THE PATRONAGE AND IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF THE WREXHAM LITERARY INSTITUTE. ON TUESDAY Evening, May 3rd, 1859, MR. WILLIAM CHEVALIER, Will give a selection of Readings from CHARLES DICKENS, in the Town Hall. Front Seats, Is; Second ditto, 6d. Members free. Doors open at Half-past Seven, to commenco at Eight o'clock. Tickets may be had from the Booksellers, the members of the Committee, or from ALFRED T. JONES, Secretary. AYE'S WOPSDELL'S VEGETABLE KPILliS have cured thousands whese complaints were considered beyond hope. White the most efficacious and speedy, they are, at the same time, the safest remedy that can be employell none need fear to take them. and yet all may hope for relief and cure from their use. The number of TESTIMONIALS from all classes of society, which have been published, prove that their curative qualities are the most remarkable of any medicine of the present day; and the fact hat they have been constantly increasing in sale for more ban twenty years shows that they stand the tost of time and xperience, and th t, wherever they are known, their value 1 ppreciated. SALT FOR FARMERS. EDWARD HENSHALL, Railway Salt Works, Wins- Efor(]$ Cheshire, begs leave to inform the public that he has appointed Mr. ARTHUR CLARKE, Bryn-y. ifynnon Terrace, Wrexham, sole agent for Wrexham and all neighbouring towlIS on the line of Rail way. The Salt will be found clean and to answer all Dairy and agricultural purposes. E. H. employing his own W ag- gons, and having made arrangements with the Railway company, is offering Salt at Reduced Prices. TO COVER THIS SEASON, AT WYNNSTAY STABLES, AT 2 Guineas each Mare, and 5 Shillings the Grooni, THE "MAJOR," BY THE "COLONEL." Tenant Farmer's Mares Half PriCc, Wynnstay, April, 1859. STEAM TO AUSTRALIA UNDER SIXTY DAYS. Passage Money 215 and Upwards. "BLACK BALL" LINE OF BRITISH & AUSTRALIAN EX-ROYAL MAIL PACKETS AND EAGLE LINE OF PACKETS Sailing from Liverpool on the 5th and 15th of every month. PACKET OF THE 15th MAT. « rriHE Liverpool and Australian Navi- Ct JL gation Company's Magnificent Steam Clipper ROYAL CHARTER, 2,719 Tons Register, 200 Horse-power. This Celebrated Clipper has made five passages to Melbourne— 1st Voyage in 59 Days, 2nd Voyage in 64 Days, 3rd Voyage in 62 Days, 4th Voyage in 63 Days, 5th Voyage in 64 Days, and earned a reputation for speed unequalled by any other Steam Clipper in the world. Under canvas alone she has frequently maintained, for several successive days. a speed of upwards of 400 miles in 24 hours. Her Saloon arrangements are perfect, and combine every possible convenience—Ladies' Boudoir, Baths, &c.; and her noble passenger decks, lighted at intervals of six feet by sideports, afibrd unrivalled accommodation for all classes. Apply to GIBBS, BRIGHT & Co., Merchants, 1, North John-street, and JAMES BAINES & Co,, Tower Buildings, Liverpool) or to their Agents. SPRING AND gUMMER F ASHIONS) 1859. SHOW DAY, MAY 3RD. T C. JONES BEGS to announce his return from London, where he has purchased a large variety of Goods. all of the Newest -L? Styles, in MANTLES, DRESSES, SHAWLS, SILKS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, LH1E, PARA30LS, &c., &c. which have been selected with the greatest care, having m?rdto both quality and style, the whole of which will be ready for inspection on TUESDAY, May 3rd, when a call wiil be esteemed a favor. Chnrch-st., April 23rd, 1859. JJRAPER Y AND MILLINE Ry E STABLISHMENT, HO PE-STREET, WREXHAM. SUMMER FA S HIONS, 1859. J. SuDLOW L)EGS respectfully to announce to the Lidies of Wrexham and its Vicinity, thit he has jmt returned from Lo ndon, Bwhere he has personally selected the various Novelties of the present season, comtriMag MILLINERY AND FANCY STRAW BONNETS, HATS, FRENCtI AND ENGLISH FLOWERS, RIBBONS, FEA.THERS, CAPS, HEAD-DRESSES, COLLARS, SLEEVES, GLOVES, DRESSES, MA.NTLES, &c. His Show-Room will be ready for inspection on TUESDAY NEXT, May 3rd, and following days, when the favour of a call will be eiteemid. Wedding and Mourning Orders promptly attended to, BJanets Cleaned and Altered to the Fashion. Hope-streetAp ril 23th, 185J. ILLINERY j^OOMS, g E G E N T g R E E T MRS. F R A 8 E R RESPECTFULLY informs her customers and the Ladies generally of Wrexham and neighbourhood that she is now in London, where she is selecting her mual elegant Stock of MILLINERYT in all its branches, suited to the present season, and intends showing her SUMMER FASHIONS on and after THURSDAY, May 5th, 1859. Brynyffynnon Terrace, Wrexham. WREXHAM EISTEDDFOD. THIS EISTEDDFOD will be held May 2nd, 1859, when Prizes to the amount of £30 will be awarded to the [ J- successful competitors, on subjects already announced, in Prose, Poetry, Recitation, Singing, &e., at the YORKSHIRE HAL L, At 10 and 2 o'clock. At 6 o'clock in the Evening of the same day, a GRAND CONTEST OF CHOIRS will take place the subject for competition being Handel's sublime piece, the HALLELUJAH CHORUS," for Prizes amounting to ieB 10s. THE WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR IN THE CHAIR. TICKRTS :-Day Tickets, First Class, 43.; Second Ditto 2s, ol.; Third Ditto, Is. Ga. Tickets to the 10 and 2 o'clock Meetings, First Class, 3s.; Second ditto. 2i.; Third ditto Is. Tickets for the 6 o'clock Meeting only, First Class, Is. 6d.; Second ditto, Is.; Third ditto 6d. !?* PROGRAMMES may be had on application to the Secretary, on and after Tuesday 26h instant. at id. each. A SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Wrexham for Shrewsbury, and all intermediate Stations, at 9 30 p.m. L. JONES, (Rhuddenfab), Wrexham, April 21st, 1859, SECHETAHY. FIRST SHOW OF SPRING AND SUMMER NOVELTIES! JONES, ROGERS, AND ROBERTS ARE now prepared with the NEWEST DESIGNS and latest productions in every Department for the present season. Amongst other Novelties they will Show a largo Assortment of Braid, Crinolme, Plain and Fancy Straw, and Millinery Bonnets, Flowers, Head Dresses, Feather3, Dress Cai)s, &c., &c. ft large Assortment of Mourning Bonnets. ( The favour of a call, or an order will oblige. Patterns sent free by Post, on application. Oswetry, April, 1859. WANTED immediately. Twelve Improvers and Apprentices to the Millinery and Dress Making. BRTN-f-JE YNN ON BREWERY, AND STEAM SODA WATER WORKS, WINE, jgPIBI T, ALE AND pORTER, VAULTS, UPPER HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. WILLIAM BATHO respectfully begs to return his most sincere and grateful thanks to the numerous friends and customers of his late lamented father, for the patronage so liberally accorde-l to him for upwards of 20 years, and embraces the present opportunity of stating that the business will now be carried on by him, and is REMOVED from Lower Hope.street to the enlarged and more convenient premises in Upper Hope-street, (late the Buck Inn), where he hopes by strict punctuality, and by giving his personal attention to all orders ent sted to him, to merit a continuance of their favours, at the same time he begs also to say that he has now had fitted uF a STEAM E NGIN E, and other first class Machinery, embracing all the latest improvements, for the Mari ok, X ftATE D WATERS, comprising Soda, Chalybeate, Potass Waters, Lemonade, and Ginger Beer, manufa red from the Water of the far-famed Bryn-y-ffynnon Well. The Wine and Spirit Business will also have the special attention of W. B., whose aim will be to supply a first- rate article at the lowest remunerative price. The Brewery having teen much extended, will afford much greater facilities for the prompt execution of all orders. Innkeepers and Private families supplied with Home-Brewed, Burton, Mild, and Bitter Ales, in Cask or Bottle, London and Dublin Porter. Dealer in Cigars. All Goods delivered Carriage Free within 10 miles. Wrexham, March 24th, 1859. PERUVIAN GUANO, DIRECT from GIBBS BRIGHT and Co., in quantities from 5 cwt. up to 30 tons. ARTHUR CLARKE, March 30th, 1859. General Commission Agent, Wrexham C I G .A R S C I G A R S FINE OLD HIGHLY FL AV OYRED #AVANNAS. Me ROBERTS, Bros., respectfully solicit the attention of all connoisseurs to their immense stock of fine old HAVANNA CIGARS, possessing a very superior richness and fulness of flavour one of the most deli- cious articles" ever offered for sale in Wrexham. AGENT FOR MAKER'S VIRGINIA BIRD'S EYE. High-street, corner of Chester-street. G ENERAI F URNITURB, QARPETS, BEDDING, LOOKING GLASS, WALLPAPER, OIL CLOTH, MATTING, IRON BEDSTEAD, FEATHER AND FLOCK WAREHOUSE. FURNITURE IN ROSEWOOD, WALNUT, OAK, MAHOGANY, BIRCH AND ALL PAINTED WOODS. CA" kirri woo CARPETS, BRUSSELLS, TAPESTRY, KIDDERMINSTER, DUTCH, • FELTS, DRUG GETTS, &c. EDWIN OWEN respectfully informs the Public that he has made considerable additions to his extensive JUJ SHOW ROOMS, in order to give purchasers an opportunity of a larger selectiou of the above, to°gether with every Article connected with the Trade, and at such prices that will ensure satisfaction. W NOTB THE ADDRESS-IG, TOWN-HILL, (LATE OF THB OLD SHO_% BBIDGE-STBEET.) TO AGRICULTURISTS. ANCASHIRE MANURE COMPANY. (J. KNIGHT AND VO.) WIDNES NEAR Wt'A R R I N G TON, MANUFACTURERS OF NITBOGENTSED 15ONE MANUEE FOR WHEAT, GEAS3, TURNIPS, & POTATOES Genuine Super-phosphate of Lime, Sulphate of Ammonia, NUr?ta of Soda. appoinl ed Agen A CLARKE begs most respectfully to inform tha Agricultural P?ic thit h9 ha? been appoint. <d Agen Afor the sale of the above valuable MA?URE?, anl fjjl? cjndl^ni; that wai)dva: give3 them ? trial wil not be disappointed in the result. A Stock of the various Manures will bo kept always on hand, in bags of 2 cwt cich, so that every one may have an opportunity of testing the fertilising properties of these well-known Manures. A. C. has also an Agency for Salt, delivered at all Railway Stations direct from the Wor ks. c A R p E T S C A R P B T C. AR P E T 8 OLD ESTABLISHED CABINET & UPHOLSTERY WAREHOUSE,. BRIDGE STREET, WREXHAM WILLIAM PIE R CE, BEGS most respectfully to inform the Publio of Wrexham and the neigh boiirhood, that he has just ad ded to his atock a large quantity of t his stoc k a KIDDERMINSTER, DUTCH, FELT AND OTHER CARPETS, Which he is prepared to sell at the lowest Trade Prices, hiving made his purchases Previous to the present rise in Prices. W. P. has always in Stock, a large selection of the beat HOKB-MADS CET FURKITWBS, aud etery 1 other article m the Trade. GOLDEN EAGLE D RAPERY AND ILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, TOWN-HILL, WREXHAM. MISS E D W A B D S BEGS to announce that she has just returned from Loudon with a choice selection of STRAW AND MILLINERY -B BONNETS, DRESS CAPS, FLOWERS, MANTLES, DRESSES, SHAWLS, &c., which will be ready for inspection on TUESDAY, May 3rd, and following days, when the favour of a call will be esteemed. FASHIONS. B AZAAP., HIGH-STREET, w REXHAM. R. LLOYD, HAS returned from London, where he has repleahh.ed his atock with the Greatest Novelties in the following IE L Departments, which will be ready for inspection on Taesday, May the 3rd, 1859, aDd redpectMly solicits !he favour of a call SHAWLS MANTLES DRESSES SILK ROBES BONNETS. HATS MUSLINS MILLINERY LACE RIBBONS I I FEATHERS GLOVES FLOWERS COLLARS AND TIES. Six Apprentices wanted to the Millinery and Mantle-Making. -— '-■■■■■ • Ijk. LLINERY jg S TAB LIS H MEN T, (Adjoining the Black Lion InnJ i U P PER HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. SUMMER F A S H I O N S MRS. BURROUGHS, (late S. JENKINS, Charles ateeet,) respectfully intimates to the Ladies of Wrexham, and IXi. neighbourhood, that by the request of many of her former customers, she has decided to resume her business, and having purchased a very choice selection of MILLINERY in every variety, S rru Wand FANCY BONNETS, HATS. CAPS, HEADDRESSES, FLOWERS, RIBBONS, &c., &c., respectfully solicits a con tiuuancc of those favours so liberally extended to her when in business before, for which she embraces the present opportunity of ex- pressing her grateful acknowledgments. Mrs. B. intends shewing her Summer Fashions ou Wedn esday and Thursday, May 4th and 5th, and following days. N.B.—Mourning and Wedding Orders promptly executed. Straw B masts Cleaued and Altered. Apprentices to the Millinery Wanted. BOTJCHEB AND CO. BEG respectfully to inform their Friends and the Musical Public, that finding it desirable to centralize their Bbusiness, they have taken the premises in BRIDGE STREET ROW, late occupied by Mcssn Smith and Co. Stationers, where they purpose in future carrying on the Music Trade IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS The stock will comprise an extensive and well-selected choice of Instruments by first-class makers, including PIANO FORTES, HARMONIUMS, HARPS, CONCERTINAS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KINDS, AND EVERY ARTICLE IN THE MUSIC TRADE. SHEET MUSIC will henceforth form an important branch of the business, and B. and Co beg to announce their intention of con- ducting it on the principle so long adopted in most large towns, viz., SELLING AT HALF PRICE FOR CASH. The Stock will be carefully selected from all the principal Publishers, and maintained in the utmoet complete- ness by supplies twice a week, of all the newest and most popular compositions. B. and Co. take this opportunity of acknowledging the very liberal patronage which they have received hither- to, and trust they shall be favoured with a continuance of the same in their new undertaking. TO OPEN APRIL 30. 27, Bridge-street Row. ELECTION OF KNIGHTS OF THE SHIRE FOR TIn COUNTY OF DENBKMI. THE SHERIFF of the County of Denbigh will, at JL the COUNTY HALL, in Denbigh, on Tuesday; the Third day of May now next ensuing, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, proceed to the Election of two 'Knights for the said County of Denbigh at which Time and Place all Persons entitled to Vote at the said Election are requested to give their attendance. And take notice, that all Persons who are guilty of Bribery at the said Election will, on Conviction of such Offence, be liable to the Penalties mentioned in that Be- half in "The Corrupt Practices' Act, 18.54." And take notice, that all Persons who arc guilty of Treating or undue Influence at the said Election will, on Conviction of such Offence, be liable to the Penalties mentioned in that Behalf in The Corrupt Practices Prevention Act, 1854."  T#QMAS LLOYD ?ITZSUGH? Wrexham, April 28,1859. — "Sheriff. TO THE FREEHOLDERS AND OTHER ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF DENBIGH. GENTLEMEN, IN the expectation of an immediate Dissolution of the JL present Parliament, I venture for the sixth time to solicit at your hands a renewal of the trust you have so often before reposed in me. I have no fresh exposition of my political opinions to make. They are well known to you all. Nor am I aware of any vote of mine requiring special explanation. In the late division I thought it my duty to support the Government against a hostile combination of all sections of the opposition, who declared by their vote, not their disapprobation of the Government Measure of Reform, but their refusal either to accept or even consider any emanating from Her Majesty's present advisers. Agaibst this vote the Government have appealed to the country. Should I again be honoured with your suffrages, I shall give to ministers an independent support, endea- vouring to do my duty as your Representative by attention to your local interests. I am, Gentlemen, Your faithful and obedient Servant, WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN. Wynnstay, April 9th, 1859. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF DENBIGH. GENTLEMEN, TIIE Government having decided on submitting the 1 question of Reform to the Country by a dissolution of Parliament, I venture again to offer myself as one of your Representatives. I felt it incumbent on me to oppose the late Bill, as inadequate to the wants and requirements of the country, and as affording no permanent settlement of the question. If again returned I am prepared to support a larger measure both of enfranchisement and disfranchisement, based however, on what I consider the fundamental principles of the constitution. On all other subjects I shall continue to advocate the same ameliorations and reforms I have hitherto done, convinced that a timely reparation of defects both in Church and State is the only means of maintaining our existing institutions. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your most obedient and humble Servant. R. MYDDELTON BIDDULPH. Chirk Castle, April 7th, 1859. W. DAVIS, PAPER HANGER, DECORATOR, AND VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURER, 1, QUEEN'S SQUARE, QUEEN STREET, WREXHAM. WD. begs respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of TV Wrexham and its Vicinity, that he has commenced business in the above trades; and having been, for a period of 26 years connected with the first houses in Liverpool and Manchester, he can guarantee those persons entrusting him with orders, workmanship and materials as good in quality and low in price as any house in the kingdom. W. D. trusts, by promptitude in the execution of all orders, combined with moderate charges, to ensure a share of public patronage and support. N.B-Old Blinds repainted, taped, and made equal to new, bought or exchanged. Parties finding their own Papers can have them hung with equal care and at as moderate charges. PORTRAITS FOR THE MILLION!! I MR. JONES HAS OPENED HIS PROVINCIAL PHOTOGEAPHIC ROOMS, At Mr GOMER JONES'S, Bank-street, and calls special attention to hia Alabastrous Portraits, which have never been equalled. Portraits and Frame, from One Shilling and Sixpence. This is considered to be the cheapest and best Photo- graphic Establishment in the Provinces. Oil Paintings, Engravings, and Family Pictures copied. 4W Portraits taken for Lockets, Rings, Brooches, &c. N.B.—Families attended at their own residences. Specimens may be seen at Mr Bajley's, Bookseller. THE OLD STAND, ABBOT STREET. T. RIDEOUT IN returning his best thanks to his friends and the JL public for the liberal support afforded him since his commencement in business, trusts by keeping a good supply of prime Roast Beef, Veal, Mutton, Pork, and Ham, to continue to merit a share of public patronage. Strangers visiting Wrexham March Fair will do well to payhim a visit. Hot meals at all times of the day during the Fair by steam power. Also cold cuts. N.B.—Temperance, Pic-nics, and all other parties got up on the shortest notice. Tea Urns and a Tent capable of accommodating 200 people for Hire. l Horses and Vehicles for lure. DAVID JONES, l TAILOR, &c., BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public that he JD has REMOVED from Brook-street, to more con- venient premises, situate in Lambpit-street (opposite to Mr Lloyd, Plumber), where he intends carrying on the business in future, and hopes to merit a continuance of public patronage. Orders executed on the shortest notice. RUABON COAL COMPANY. (LIMITED.) THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that the  above Company arc now supplying at their pits, the undermentionodcoals-for country sales, by teams. Prices at the Pit- S, D. Best Yard Coal. 9 2 per ton Wall and Bench Coal 7 6 „ Main and Brassey Coals. 6 8 „ Screened Nits and other Slack 3 4 „ Coke for Foundry and Malting purposes. 12 0 „ Orders addressed to the colliery by letter will be punctually attended to. N.B.—This is the only colliery in North Wales that supplies coals for the use of her Majesty. WHAT IS THE TIME ? WATCHES! WATCHES! From R2 2s. Eael IF you are in want of a goodWATCH(-warrantedtokeep i. correct time), send a Post-office Order to J OSEPH SEWILL, Watch Manufacturer, 61, South Castle Street, Liverpool (directly opposite the Custom House), who will by return of Post, send a first-rate Silver Watch, guaran- teed to keep good time, for the above small price—ex- changed if not approved of. J. Sewill solicits the attention of the public generally to his very extensive stock, as undermentioned, the quality of which he offers with implicit confidence. Gold Patent Detached Lever Watches, 18 carat at B10 each; own make. Chronometer, Duplex, Centra Seconds, &c., of very finest quality. Gold Horizontal Watches, finest fiaished, 25 each. English Patent Levers, from JE4 to &7 10s each. Silver Horizontal Watches, from zC2 2 to £3 10s Presentation Watches, in gold and Silver. Captains, Shippers, and the trade supplied on very reasonable terms. ø- W' ateh Manufactory, 61, South Castle-street, Liverpool. All particulars may be had by post. GWERSYLLT FIRV, CLAY WORKS, NEAR WREXHAM. JDODD & Co. beir respectfully to inform the No- bility, Gentry, Farmers. Builders, and the public generally that they have now on Sale a quantity of first-class Bricks, Tiles, Ridge Tiles, Bearers, Chimney Tops, &c., &c., which they recommend with great confi- dence, considerable improvements having been effected by them in the manufacture. N.B.—Orders promptly attended to. W. G. SANDY, LAY CLERK OF CHESTER CATHEDRAL, AND ORGANIST OF GRESFORD CHURCH, TU piDERTAKES the tuition of CHURCH CHOIRS, 7- and attends twice each week in Gresford and the neighbourhood to give instructions in MUSIC, PlAN 0- FORE, and SINGING. Terms on application. Upper Northgate-street, Chester. JUST PUBLISHED, Price Is. M.. F'cap 8vo., with Illustrations, A HISTORY OF WREXHAM and its Neighbourhood ?v BY JOH? JONES, ESQ., SOLICITOR, Containing also a Directory of the town and surround- ing Works and Companies. "Tli3 year is approaching that sweet spring time which begins to set Tourists afoot among places noted for natural beauty, for great men. or for rare deeds. All such who are inclined to pass into the vicinity of Wrexhain will And a use- ful guide in Mr Jones' little volume."—Atlieuaeum, March 19th. tS!3. 19th, 18i3. Published by B. POTIER. High-street. London: WHITTAS.EE & Co. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. A DISTRICT, COUNTY OF DENBIGH, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that during the year 1859, subject to the approval of the Court of Quarter Sessions, for the County of Denbigh, I JOHN BRADSHAW, Inspector of Weights and Measures for the A District, will attend at my office, Bryn Castle, Wrex- ham, on Tuesday the 24th, Wednesday the 25th, and Thursday the 26th days of May next, from Ten o'clock in the forenoon until Four o'clock in the afternoon, on each day, then and there to examine, compare, and stamp (it found correct), all such weights and Measures as shall be brought to me for that purpose from the Parishes of Wrexham, Brymbo, Gresford, Holt, and Marchwiel. And I also Give Notice that I shall attend at my Office aforesaid, on the First and Third Tuesdays and Wednesdays in each month throughout the year, to examine, compare, and stamp, all such Weights and Measures as shall be brought to me for that purpose if found correct. And I also further Give Notice that I snail attend at Ruabon for Rhosllanerchrugog, Rhos-y- medre, Cefn-Mawr, Cefn-Bychan, and that part of t he Parish of Erbistock in the County of Denbigh, also Llan- gollen, Chirk, and Llangedwin, for the remainin g part of my:Diistriet, for which due notice and particulars will be given. Inspector of Weights and Measures Office, Bryn Castle, Wrexham, April 25th, 1869. "WHEW JOV ask FOR GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH BBS THAT TOU GBT IT, aa inferior kinds are often sobaitatedt ESTABLISHED 1762. CARRIAGES ON SALE. TACKSONS AND JONES, COACHMAKERS. ? Wrexham, (Successors to Joseph Cooper), in ex- pressing their most grateful acknowledgments for the distinguished patronage and support they have received from the nobility, clergy, and gentry, since taking to the above old establishment, beg respectfully to intimate that they have on sale a large assortment of NEW and SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES. The new Carriages consist of exceedingly light double Broughams, with circular plate glass fronts, for one or I two horses; double and single seated Cabriolette Phastons, with and without heads; very light fashionable 1 ony Phaetons; handsome four wheeled Waggonettes with gig fronts and all recent improvements; four and two-wheeled Dog Carts; Whitechapels and Spring C a of various forms; Sociable Cars, adapted for Innkeepers. The above Carriages are all built of the best seasoned materials, and finished in first-rate style of workmanship, and are all constructed in the most fashionable forms, combining elegance, durability and lightness, the whole of which will be warranted. Second-hand Fly Chariot; very light running mail Coach, to carry four Indde and twelve out light two- horse Break; Mail Phaeton, handsome light Chariot, Phaetons, Gigs, Bath Chair, exceedingly light Brougham, &c., &c. Basket Carriages made to order on the shortest notice. Wrexham, March 17th, 1859. %jO it rno BE LET, GARTH COTTAGE, Trevor, de- JL lightfully situated within a hundred yards of the turnpike road leadiug from Ruabon to Llangollen, about one mile from the Csfn railway station, three miles from Llangollen, and the same distance from Ruabon. The Ruabon and Llangollen Omnibus passes twice aday, and the proposed line of railway to Llangollen will, pass the cottage at a distance of from three to four hundred yards. It contains a kitchen, parlour, four bedrooms, scullery, washhouse, &c. There is also attached a good kitchen garden, stable, and an abundant supply of water. Apply to Mr. Wright, Post Office, Garth.  BE LET, unfinished, in a house pleasantly situated Twithin two miles of Wrexham, a Parlour, Sitting Room and two Bed-rooms. Apply to Mr. Bayley, Bookseller, Wrexham. WREXHAM. MOST DESIRABLE KESIDENCE. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a genteel JL and very desirable residence, called BODHYFRYD, situated on the confines of the town, on the Cheater.road, recently occupied by the late Mrs CooPEli. and attached to which is a well stocked garden, together with about 5 acres of superior Pasture Land. The house is thoroughly dry, and contains every ac- commodation for a small family, having a good Entrance Hall, Dining, Drawing, and Breakfast Rooms, four be it bed rooms, dressing room and water closet, besideJ air- vant's apartments. There are excellent stables, saddle room, coach house, and cow house attached, with a commodious yard, and a good supply of water. Application to be made to Mr Owen 0. WILLIAM*, Holt-street, Wrexham. TO BE LET, aud may be entered upon immediately .1 a DWELLING-HOUSE, situate in Wrexbam- Fechan, in the town of Wrexham, within 15 minute* waik of a first-class Station on the Shrewsbury and Chester Railway, and lately occupied by Robert Humphreys Jones, Esq., deceased. If contains two Parlours, Drawing Room, five Bedrooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Cellars, with Stable, Coach-house, Yard, Garden and Pump. For further particulars apply at the office of Mr. Haghea, Solicitor, Wrexham. A NEAT VILLA. RE3[D. £ NCE, NEAR WREXHAM TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a neat VILLA RESIDENCE, pleasantly situated within one mile of Wrexham Station. The House consists of Two Par- lours, Two Kitchens, Larder, Pantry, Four Bedrooms, small Closet, &c., Flower, and Kitchen Garden, well stocked with choice fruit trees, and about Two Acres of Land, with suitable Out Buildings and every necessary convenience. Apply to Mr N. S. Scotcher, Jeweller, Wreiham, or Mr W. Bayley, Bookseller. TO BE LET, with immediate possession OFF A TCOTTAGE a very desirable residence with every convenience, including a good Garden, Stable and Coach house, situate within three miles of Wrexham, on the Ruthin and Minera Road. Apply to Mr. Lester, Peny- geili, near Wrexham. go JjZ A FREEHOLD VOTE FOR DENBIGHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD, to pay above 95 per cent interest, JL Two substantially and recently built DWEL- LING HOUSES, with Gardens attached, situated at Cefn-mawr, in the parish of Ruabon. For particulars apply to Mr Bayley, Bookseller, Wrexham; and to view the same to Mr Hughes, Foundry, Cefn, near Ruabon. April 28th, 1859. POTATOES ON SALE. ABOUT 500 Bushels of good sound POTATOES, in -L Y one or more lots. Apply to W. Booth, Esq., Llangollen. TIMBER ON SALE.—To be SOLD by Private Con- -L tract, a large quantity of Ollk, Elm, Ash, Larch, and various other kiuds of TIMBEB, at the following places :—at Gresford, near Wreibam, on the Shrewsbury and Chester Railway at Mollington, near Chester, on the Chester and Birkenhead Railway; and at Bromborough, between Chester and Birkenhead, on the same Ulway.- Apply to Mr C. TOWNSHEND, Chester. PURPLE TOP SWEDE TURNIP SEED, GROWN by the undersigned and to be Bold at 9d Gper Pound, delivered in Wrexham or Chester. Holt Hall, GEORGE W. CHALONER. FREEHOLD PROPERTY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, two good TCOTTAGES, with productive Gardens attached, situate at Rhosrobin, near Wrexham, in the occupation of George Platt, and Henry Edwards, respectively. Apply to Mr. Edward Jones, Auctioneer, or Mr. John Jones, Solicitor, Wrexham. TO BE SOLD a SHOP FRONT, with Two Windowt j. Size of each, 8 feet by 6 feet, with shutters oom- plete.-Apply to Mr Allmaud, grocer, Hope-street, Wrex- ham. March 19th, 1859. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY all that re- JL cently Erected and convenient VILLA RESI- DENCE, situate at Rhosddu, Dear the town of Wrexham, with two large plots of Garden ground attaehed, containing in the whole one thousandaudfifteensquareyards of Land or thereabouts, be the same moce or less, and now is the oecG- patiou of Mr J. R. Gutnmow, architect The above Property is Freehold of inheritance, and al- though situate close to the Town of Wrexham, is in the Township of Stansty, consequently free from Borough &ad other Town Rates. Further information may be obtained by applying to Messrs. EDGWOBTII aud DTVESEUX PUGH, Solicitor^ Wrexham. March 18th, 18-j9- £ iiuaii0»s5, S&awi&fcr, WANTED a steady, industrious and careful Y V WORKING MAN having had some experienoe upon Land, understands attending to Sheep, COWl, &c., and has a knowledge of Gardening,—constant employ ment will be given.—Apply to Mr Bayley, Hope-street. Wrexham. I WANTED in a Gentleman's Family, in the neigh" TV bourhood of Wrexham, a good PLAIN COOK, good character indispensable.- Apply to Mr Bayley bookseller, Wrexham. THREE or Four respectable YOUNG FEMALBS Me JL wanted immediately as Apprentices to the Dr- and Mantle Making bigness. Apply to Misa Jenkine, York-ttreet, Wrexham. fTTANTED either mv or any time during the  W a respectable HOUSE or VILLA, or goS? Cottage, in the parish of Chirk, Llangollen, or Ruabon containing two good Sitting Rooms, three for four Bed- rooms, Kitchens, Garden, and other convenienoes. Letters, stating situation, rent, and other partioulan. addressed to Mr. Charles Hughes, Stationer, Wrexham will meet with attention. WANTED at an Inn in Liverpool,! a respect" W FEMALE of goodaddress, about 35 age, to take a responsible part in the raanggeradag. pbe class references required. Application to Mr. agin, Bookseller, Wrexham. i TTTANTED a Strong Active BOY, from 14 tela \WANTED a. Strong Activl) BOY, hOIIl 16 81811 years of age. Application to ? ?*?5??mt I Bookseller, Wrexham.