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}; Sales by Messrs. Baugli & Jones. -#. DESIBABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, CALLED "CAE BRYNOG," NEAR WREXHAM. DEN- BIGHSHIRE. To BE SOLD BY MESSRS BAUGH & JONES, at the Lion Hotel, Wrexliam, on Friday, the 29th daY of May, 1863, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject fo conditions to be then produced. All those several tiflds, pieces or parceLs of LAND containing 13 acres or II d "[' B "'t t thereabouts, called vac Brynog, situate near Adwv'r Clawdd. in the township of Bersham, in the parish* of Wrexham, in the county of Denbigh, and now in the oc- cupation of Mr Maurice Hughes. And also all those 3 MESSUAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, with the out- buildings, gardens, and appurtenances thereunto belong- m?, adjoining the above mentioned land, and now in the respective occupations of Mr. John Roberts and others. The property is bounded on the north and east sides thereof by township road*! and on the south and west by the land of T. L. Fitzhugh, Esq., and is within the the h? of m1\ iles of the populous town of Wrexham, ?om whence there is railway communication to all parts of the Kingdom. There arc valuable Seams, Beds, and Veins of Coal Canncl, and Iron Stone, under the whole of the property, which is adjacent to the Vron, Talwrn, Broughton Hall, and Brymbo Collieries. The Minerals now worked in the adjoining estate com- prise the following strata, viz.:—The Smith's Coal 2 feet 6 inches; Drowsal 3 feet: Powell, 4 feet, 2 yards 6 feet; Crank, 2 feet 6 mches, (with beds of iron stone) Brassey, 5 feet, (with iron stone); Black Bed, 1 foot 6 inches, I with iron stone) Main, 9 feet, and yard 3 feet. lor further particulars apply at the Offices of Mr. Humphreys, Solicitor, Messrs T. and J. Allington Hughes, Solicitors, Wrexham, or to the Auctioneers, Temple Chambers, Wrexham. FIRST MONTHLY SALE OF FAT AND STORE CATTLE, &-c., AT ROSSETT. MESSRS. BAUGH & JONES having been rc- j jYI quested by several of their (farmer) friends to establish a MONTHLY SALE of Fat and Store Stock at the Rossett, have fixed their first sale for Tuesday, the 2nd of June, 1863, at the Alyn Hotel, and will ¡ thank parties wishing to enter Stock to do so as early as possible, with the Auctioneers, or Mr. Ledsome, of the j Alyn Hotel. N.B.—Messrs. B. & J. beg to say that parties favouring them with Stock for any of their Sales may depend upon prompt settlement of their accounts. Stock already entered :— Several Fresh Barrens 1 Calving Heifer 20 Fat Sheep Ditto Lambs 1 Young Sow and litter of 10 Pigs Narrow-wheel Cart upon springs, with harvest gearing complete Set of Thrill Gears Ditto Chain Ditto The projkerty of lr. T. Woolricli, JIr. Woodfine, and others. Sale at 12 o'clock. Lunch after sale. -_4 WBEXHAM SMITHFIELD MONTHLY FAIRS MESSRS. BAUGH and JONES beg to announce .DLL that their next Sale of Fat and Store Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Horses, and Implements in Husbandry, will take place in the above Smithfield, on Thursday, the 4th day. of June, 18GB. when they will be pre- pared with every accommodation for such Stock as their friends may favour them with. Terms moderate iind Settlements prompt. Sale at Ten o'clock. TO BE SOLI) BY AUCTION, by MESSRS. J. BAUGH »ml JONES, at the bouse of Mr.  PBIM.JI-S. J'oiitMvf hiii. m-nr ?uld, on Monday, the jJ 22iid •Tinif, at o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions;— All that FREEHOLD PUBLIC-HOUSE, culled the 1 Mill Skllt. Tavern," situate at Sam, near Trvddvn Mill, in the County uf Flint, with the Garden and Ap- J'urtt-i anccs thereunto belonging, formerly in the occu- pation of Mr. Win. Jones, the owner, but now of rr. Edward Prictr Jones. Brewer. or his undertenants. For further piirticulni's apply to Messrs. T. and J. Allington Hughes. Solicitors, or the Auctioneers. Wrexhnin. SALE OF FAT AND STORE CATTLE, AT GRESFORD. MESSRS. BAUGH AND JONES beg to annonnce ?jj that their NEXT MONTHLY SALE at the GRIFFIN INN, GRESFORD, will take place on Mondav, the 22nd day of June. 1H63, and will thank parties wishin to introduce stock to do so at tirir office, Temple Place, Wrexham, or with Mr. Danes, of the Griffin Inn, Gresford, as early as possible. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock prompt. COED-POETH, near WREXHAM. TO b" Peremptorily SOLD by AUCTION, hy, 1 Messrs. BAUGH and JONES, by direction of the Mortgagee, at the house of Mr. Carrington, the Cross Foxes, in Coed-poeth, near Wrexham, on Monday, June 15th,lbli3J at Six o'clock in the Afternoon, subject tu conditions to he then produced :— Three nntinished FREEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES, with apiece of Land adjoining, containing half an acre or thereabouts, be the same more or less, situate on the south-cast side of the Township Road leading from Coed-poeth to Nant mid Wern, and in the occupation of Messrs. John A: Joseph Senior, Builders. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, Edward Randies, Esq., Bryiiafon, Marcliwiel; or at Ù¡ Offices of Mcssif. T. and J. Allington Hughes, Solicitors, Wrexham. -==-=-=-: Sale by Churton & Elphick. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. Preliminary Notice of Sale of a very Desirable Residen- tial Estate, called Ehiewport," in Berriew, three miles from the railway station at Montgomery, and six miles from Welshpool, comprehending a Family Resi- dence, and Demesne Lands, extending to fifty acres, and also several fine mountain farms, fulling mill, meadow land?, Ac., close to the town of Llani^ dloes lx ing the unsold portions of the estates offered at LInn- idloes last year. M. ESSSRS CHURTON & ELPHTCK have the honour to announced that they have been in- ?mcted to SELL BY AUCTION on TUESDAY, the 2?nd DAY of JUNE next, 1863, at Welshpool, in the County of Montgomery, the whole of the above fine FREEHOLD ESTATES, full particulars of which will shortly be pub- lishtd. In the meantime any further information may be had from M r H. B. Jones, Solicitor, 22, Austin Friars, Lon- •Ion Messrs Broughton and Hensley, Solicitors, Nnnt- 1neh; or Irom Messrs Churton and Elphick, Auctioneers, Chester, and Whitchurch, Shropshire. NOTICE. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I will not be ac- -L countable for any Debt or Debts that my daughter Marv Edwards may contract after this date. THOMAS EDWARDS. Wortlicnbury, May Wth, 1808. ^itui-ss, Samuel R. Hall. NOTICE! FOR Lawn Mowers, Garden Tools (all Kinds), -C Agricultural Implements, Iron Bedsteads, Marble '-hinmev Pieces, Grilles and Cooking Ranges, (all kiuib), Baths, Toilette Ware, Iron Kuil, ltC., Apply to ALFRED OWEN, (Lute W- Overt on,) Hion-Hnu.H.R, WKKXIIAM. N.B.—Special quotations to Colliery Proprietors und Urge consumers. Tinmen kept for repairs. J It O N gKJ)S T E A D S OF EVBRY DECIOPTION AND PKICE, AT E. OWEN, 20, TOWN HILL, WREXIIAM. GREAT REDUCTION IN PAPER HANGINGS. A CHOICE assortment of the best, LONDON PAPERS, from 2id. per piece and upwards, Flocks. <iold. Satins, at proportionate Low inccs, At V. LLOYD'S. 4, CHESXEK-STIUIEX. » f Sales by Mr. C. Richards. -r I IMPORTANT SALE IX THE TOWN HALL, WREXHAM. j To the Nobility, Gentry, and Liluibltanls of Wrexham and the surrounding Neighbourhood. i TV ,/f R. RICHARDS begs respectfully to intimate that .1 he has been favored with instructions from the well-known firm of Messrs. Worthington and Green, Bowden Brook Works, Hanley, to offer for unreserved PUBLIC COMPETITION, on Wednesday and Friday, May the 20th and 22nd. 1863, a large and well selected stock of DINNER, DESSERT, BREAKFAST, TEA and COFFEE SERVICES of the most modem London shapes and patterns, which comprise in part—Dinner j I Services i1L Stone, of chaste patterns for 18, 12, 1 and 9 persons/Toilet Ware, grounded and ornamented with choice pencillings, Tea and Coffee Services made of superior China, the colouring and gilding beautifully arranged, Dessert Services, with flowered centres, ground borders, and heavily gilt, a very large miscellaneous assortment of handsome Parian Jugs and Vases, GLASS in great variety, both useful and ornamental, consisting j of Glass Lustres with cut drops, Decanters, Wines, ij Clarets, Champagnes, Tumblers, Crofts, Dishes, &c. The Auctioneer in calling the attention of his friends and the public generally to the above truly valuable effects, begs to state that on inspection they will be j found to sustain that high character for excellence which has always characterized the goods of Messrs. W. and Go's manufacture. The whole to be viewed on the morning of sale. N.B.—Experienced Packers (from the Works) will be in attendance. Sale at 2 o'clock punctually. j Office, Hope-st., Wrexham, May 12th, 1863. TOWN HALL, WREXHAM, DENBIGHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr RICHARDS, t on Monday, May 25th, 1863, a variety of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, suitable for bedroom and other purposes, which has been removed for con- venience of sale, comprisingHandsome half tester mahogany bedstead with footboard and cornice, ten four-post mahogany and other bedsteads, in cliints and moreen hangings, nine Excellent FEATHER BEDS, two wool mattresses, oak beaureau, mahogany and other wash stands and dressing tables, toilet glasses, four mahogany commodes, press bedsteads, oak linen chest, child's crib, ditto cradle, bedroom chairs, handsome set of mahogany dining tables with two loose leaves, office I table with drawers, hair seated chairs, cheffioueer, ma- hogacy corner cupboard, oak ditto, mahogany card table, machie table, large pier glass, fine toned grand piano- forte in rosewood, harp, three mahogany knife boxes, two hall lamps, two moderator ditto, perambulator, oak screen, large niterer, Kidderminster and other carpets, thread matts, trble covers, picture ornamexts, decanters, champagne glasses, writing case, two copper urns, seven portmanteaus, stand and wheel churns, quantity of grates, two children's chairs, and many other articles too numerous to mention. I Sale to commence at one o'clock. Office, High-street, Wrexham, May 15, 1863. I WREXHAM JUNE FAIR. I MR. RICHARDS begs to announce that hIs next Sale of Fat and Store Cattle will take place in the Wrexham Smithfield, on Thursday, June 4, 1863. Sale at 10 o'clock. The Auctioneer will thank parties who intend entering stock to do so as early as convenient. Sale by Mr. Lovatt- ¡ ATTRACTIVE SALE AT CtWERSYLLT HILL, WREXHAM.! MR. LOVATT hfB much pleasure in announcing in- in atructioD5 rpcdved from Meyrick Sbawe Fiankett, Eq.. who is leating the neighbourhood, to SELL by AUCTION, on Monday and Wednesday, May 18th and 20tb, the whole of the OUT-DOOU STOCK, comprie- iog-Ã capital milch cow, yearling heifer, pair ot car- riage hones (well known for their good qualities, both to ride or drive in single or (iouble harnets), cab- headed phaeton, dog cort, patent cart with harvest glaring, bean lluebu, bay cutter, turnip  d\(er. &c. Also, the whole of tte HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE in rosewood, mahogany, polished oak, and beach, in suites from entrance hall, drawing, dining, atd i bedrcom the hall; dairy and brew- house arc supplied with every requisite for thtir several uses. Tht: whole in thorough good order and equal to new. Catalogues will be ready for delivery on Thursday, j May 14th, 1863, price threepence each, cr forwarded by post for four stamps, on application to the Auctioneer. Office-Old Swan Inn, Wrexham, May 7, 1863. j -0_- 0 WREXHAM rNIOX. j TENDERS FOR PAINTING. j THE Guardians of the Wrexham Union invite i JL TENDERS from r Painters, for painting the out- side woodwork of the Workhouse, according to a speci- cation which may be seen at my office on and after Tuesday next. Tenders are to be sent to me before 12 o'clock on I Thursday the 21st instant. I Bv order of the Board, JOHN BURY, I May 14, 1863. Clerk. CARRIAGES. THE LARGEST STOCK OF CARRIAGES IN THE PRINCIPALITY. (ESTABISHED 1762.) JACKSON & SONS (Successors to the late Mr Joseph Cooper), COACH BUILDERS, HOLT STREET, WREXHAM. IN expressing their most grateful acknowledgments for the distinguished patronage and support they huve received how Jsotilitj, (JJuy, tnd Gentry, J. 4t S. heji tesptttfully to intimate that thty have ON SALE « laigo Assortment of NEW iiND SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. THE NEW CARRIAGES C mist of ixcicdicgly light double Brougl ame, with circular plate glass In ntc, It r rue or two Lonce, double and single-staled Cabricktte Plosions with and without heada; very light taehioDfcbie Cone-backed Pony Car- e: bl1-tdenme four-wheeled Wr.ggonettes vith all Jlaf's h _I d D d recent imptOY?et'ta; four aud Iwcwheehd Drags and D? Car?, .ud B.? PI ?to?; n?tWbitechapeis and og art, 8, bl Cd t d bp ring Carts of nlÎou8 <orn? Sociable Cars, adapted lor Hotbi.ketperF, &c., &c.. 1? above c.r.i.g? are all bmll on the premises, of e lIuOVt: C':> d. fi t 1 I 1 the beat seasone d ma-erials, finished m Dist-rate sty e ol t e IClit fltl50nf I d J' h f ?0!kmonabip, and are co?tructed Irom the mot fa? WOI 'IDOI:Ø lp, an bT d .hionable <?gn8, combining elegance, ?rabihty, and :5 lona u e t elgn8, b t d d i lights, b b 1 Ot hich wl11 e warranted, aDd Ig tlél! t e woe sold at the lowest remunerative prices. SECOND-HAND. Yny light one-horse Omnibus, en two wheels Bas- ?t-gtg and "hltehapel; Double Gig With mOTeable Lacking; I?bt Wocful Bekfr's Cart, with fixed head; ) tuitai?tdOorecce; ccTcral large P?aet?a withh?a and laEEea to !o?n? c!oK earners (very HHtabIeMf IJ- kteper:) Ugbt ODe boue Break ?mall One oc y, Irish J Hunting Car, Waggonette, Britskaa, Swiss Car, Dog Cattj, Gigs, Hath Cbair, small Phffitone, &c., &c., ail ottered at II great reduction. Hat ket Carriages made to order on the shortest notice. >i.B.—A design of any of the above carriages for- wsrded Iree of cost on application. lleialdry, OrDamentai Painting, Family Hatchmeate, &c., executed, as usual, in the first tily;e. Old Carr.iges oi t!V. ry dcetriptioa taken in exchange, or fitted, up In the best manner. Holt* street, Wre?tMP, ?pni 17? ??. 18, TOWN HILL, WREXHAM. D. H TJMPHREYS BEGS to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public generally for the liberal support he has JD received in the Ironmongery Business, and at the same time he begs to solicit a continuance of that support, and also to state that he has always on hand a stock of JOINER'S TOOLS, Bar, Hoop, and Sheet Iron, Saws, Files, Edge Tools, Baths, Grate Ranges, &c. All sorts of Tin and Copper Work done. SUMMER FASHIONS AT MANCHESTER HOUSE. CHURCH-STBEET, WREXHAM. M. WRIGHT BEOS to inform his friehds and the public, that he has returned from London with a Choice Stock of ±J SUMMER GOODS, comprising—Woollen Cloths, Fancy Dresses, Muslin Dresses, Shawls, Mantles, Jackets, White Skirts, Crinoline Skirts, Straw and Crinoline Bonnets, Straw and Crinoline Hats, Bonnets, Shapes, Cap Fronts, Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Gloves, "Collars, Sleeves, Hose, Hair Nets, Fancy Dress Buttons, Stays, Parasols, Sun Shades, Umbrellas, Shirts, Silk Hats, Felt Hats, Cloth Caps, Silk Hankerchiefs, Neck Ties, Shirt Collars, &c. DRESSES, MANTLES, AND BONNETS MADE TO OHDEB. Church-st., May 10th, 1863. IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF TEA WILLIAM PORTER, TEA DEALER AND FAMILY GROOER, &c., No. 1, HIGH-STREET, (COBWEB OF HOPE-STBEET), Successor to Mr. Overtoil and Mr. Beale, HAS much pleasure in stating that in consequence of the REDUCTION in the DUTY ON TEA, by the I Chancellor of the Exchequer, has REDUCED the Price of all his Teas 5d. per pound, and he believes this gijeat reduction in the price of Tea will result in a much larger sale of this important necessity of domestic comfort. He congratulates all loTers of GOOD and CHEAP TEAS on this great boon, and calls their particular attention to the following REDUCED LIST OF PRICES:— Useful Black Tea (sound and good) •• 2s. 6d. per pound. Good ditto ditto 3s. Od. „ Superior ditto ditto, highly recommended to large consumers.. 3s. 4d. „ Rich Pekoe Flavoured Tea 3s. 8d. „ Finest Tea imported (a mixture of the rarest and finest Black Teas).. 4s. Od. Fine Pearl-leaf Gunpowder and Young Hyson, from 4s. to 5s. „ N.B.—Every article connected with the Grocery Trade charge the lowest possible price. Samples and Price List of Articles on application. Observe the Address— W. PORTER, (LATE Mx. J. BEALE). SUMMER FASHIONS. T. C. TONUS BEGS to inform his friends and the Public that he has returned from London with a choice selection of goods -D for the Season, comprising Millinery, Straw Bonnets, and Hats, Head dresses, Flowers, Ribbons, &c., &c. Likewise, Dresses, Shawls, Mantles, Jackets, in great variety, Crinoline Skirts, which are now ready for inspection P.S.—T. C. J. has always on hand an extensive stock of Mourning. FULL REDUCTION IN THE PRICE O.F TEAS AT. WILLIAM PHILLIPS'S GrENEBAL GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, No. 1, TOWN HILL, WREXHAM, In consequence of the duties being considerably Reduced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer. W P. begs to thank his Friends and numerous customers for their kind patronage, and trusts to receive a W continuance of their kind favours. He also respectfully solici a trial from those who have not already visited his Establishment, being assured that the superior qualities of his TEAS will give every satisfaction. JOHN L. GARNET T9: CONFECTIONER, HIGH-STREET, WRE^AM. OLLERHEAD'S ORIGINAL WREXHAM GINGERBREAD. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS MELTON MOWBRAY PORK PIES. 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LEWIS & Co. s CELEBRATED BRITISH WINES. F. FRASER, 1WATCHMAKEB, SILVERSMITH, AND JEWELLER, 42, HIOH STEEET, WBEXHAM, RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of bin customers, and the puUie ?in'rally, to his Stock of ENGLISH ?d FOREIGN CLOCKS, TIME-PIECES, WATCHES, GOLD and SILVER GUARDS, ALBERTS, JEWELLERY in all its branches, Writing Detks, Work Bcxe3, Carpet Bags, Satchels, Portemonnaiee, Combs, Brushes, Gtntlemen's Travelling Satchels, Spectacles, &-c., &c., which he is determined to aell at the lowest possible prices. Monthly payments taken. A reduction of 10 per cent. in Wedding Rings. ESTABLISHED 1821. PROCTOR AND RYLAND IN calling attention to their SPECIAL MANURES, beg to state that, by taking advantage of the progress made in Chemical Science, with the assistance of careful experiments on a great variety of soils and the most approved methods of preparation, they have, as far as possible, perfected the Manures which they manufacture GRASS MANURES. The extraordinary change produced by these Manures upon old pastures is now well known. The coarse rank herbage which cattle do not relish, and upon whioh they milk poorly, will be transformed into a carpet of "nataral red clover oreow grass, and white clover, which they do relish, and upon which they thrive well; the quantity of milk will be greatly increased, and the quality much improved." For Meadow Land alio these Manures can be strongly recommended, as they will produce large and early crops of Hay, of superior quality. WHEAT, OAT, AND BARLEY MANURES, Whiefc will strengthen the straw, and increase the quantity and improve the quality of the grain to the amount of < several shillings per quarter. TURNIP, MANGOLD, AND POTATOE MANURES, BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF" LIME, GUANO, NITRATE OF SOBAr Ac. liT SiLTMY 1i:1:B CHESTER, BIBMINGBAM, WARWICK, AND Btareoi ESTABLISHED 1821. SPECIAL MANURES G R IFF IN, MORRIS, AND SfiOIII Invite attention to their Manures which are successfully used in FORTY-SEVEN BRITISH COUNTIES. TOP DRESSINGS FOR ALL KINDS OF CEREAL CROPS. Surprising results are produced by the use of their wall-known GRASS MANURES, TURNIP, POTATOE, & MANGOLD MANURES. Agriculturists are invited to send for an Annual Circular, containing List of Prices, Particulars of Premium s, &c. CERES WORKS, WTOLYERHAMPTON, March, 1863. »-• — — N O T IC E •' O RE M 0 V A L. DURING THE RE-BUILDING OF THE PREMISES, No. 1, HOPE-STREET, THE BUSIKEt-lS OF E D W ABB JONES, LATE R.' THOHXHIA,) HAT MANUFACTURER, AND GENERAL OUTFITTER, WJLL BE CARRIED ON AS USUAL, AT NO. 8, TOWN HILL, ADJOININGJMH. R. VAULTS, Where he will hare a large and superior Stock of GENTLEMEN'S WEARING APPAEJSL of every debsription. « I  Sales by Xr. Grifilths- 1 ANNUAL ?ALE?Dp -FAT STOCK, AT BORRAS, NEAR WREXHAM. MR. GRIFFITHS has the honour to announce JM. instructions received from Mr. Meredith, to SELL BY AUCTION, on his premises, situate as above, on Tuesday, the 19th day of May, 1863, com- prising- 10 Magnificient Fat 3-year-old Hereford Bullocks 10 Splendid Cows and Heifers 60 Shropshire Down 2-year-old Wethers (very ripe) One week's keep if required. Sale at One o'clock. A Lunch will be provided. WREXHAM JUNE FAIR. SALE IN THE SMITHFIELD. MR. GRIFFITHS begs to announce that he has JjUL been honoured i?h instructions from Messrs. R. and T. P arrAy UoCf TEI a l *!a an and Plas Golboum, to SELL BY AUCTION, in the above Snuthneld, on Thursday, the 4th day of June, 1863, the following FAT STOCK:— 20 Splendid stall-fed Fat Cows and Heifers, of first quality 60 Prime Fat Shropshire Down and other Sheep Sale at Eleven o'clock prompt. N.B.—The Auctioneer considers comment on the above Stock superfluous, as the breeders are so well known for bringing out Stock of unequal quality for several years past. (TO-MORROW). HILL-STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. THE ANNIVERSARY SERMONS will be Preached Ton Sunday, May 17th. In the Morning at half- past 10, by the REV. JOSEPH JONES; and in the Evening at half-past 6, by the REV. F. B. BROWN. Collections after each Sermon in aid of the Chapel Debt Fund. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. T. COPLESTON, PAINTER, GLAZIER, &c., 2, BANK PLACE. BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public, that in J) consequence of his present Premises being re- quired for the extension of the Advertiser Buildings, and the erection of Steam Machinery for the printing of the Wrexham Advertiser," he has removed to the ROOM ABOVE, where he trusts he shall continue to receive the support of those who have hitherto favoured him with their commands. MUSIC HALL, WREXHAM. LECTURE AND READINGS BY A BLIND POET AND AUTHOR. THE Friends of the Wrexham Temperance Society, j have engaged Mr WILLIAM BOTTERILL, the celebrated Poet and Author, born blind, to deliver Lectures and Readings, in the Music Hall, Wrexham, en Monday and Tuesday Evenings next, the 18th and 19th May,. Chair will be taken each evening at half- past seven o'clock. Admission free. FRANCIS. DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHYMIST. 54, Hope-street, (and Branch, 19 Town, Hill), Wrexham, (formerly with Messrs. Pohuel, Williams, and Co. London, Medical and Attalytical Oliyntists, and Dr. Jay, Grosvcnor Square, London.) PRESCRIPTIONS and Family Recipes carefully and JL scientifically dispensed, and all Drugs, Chemicals and Pharmaceutical preparations, may be depended upon being genuine. Sole vendor of the-Patent Varnish Paint (of all colours), superior and cheaper than paint, used on the estates of Earl Ponis, Viscount Fielding, ^H&MFLGBARNES, Esq., &c., &c., ror irurdles,. wood fed iroft rails, gates, doors, conservatoire^ and fat^oinf implements, mining and colliery machinery. Will etatuF greater heat then any paint. 54, Hope-street, May 1863. WREXHAM BOWLING GREEN. THE opening of the above Green, will take place on JL Tuesday, the 26th instant, when a Cup will be played for by the Members. Play to commence at two o'clock p.m. precisely. Dinner on the table at eight o'clock p.m. JOHN MORETON, Wrexham, 15th May, 1863. Secretary. THE MISSES JONES & LLOYD WILL be prepared to SHOW on Monday next, W and following days, a choice selection of London and Parisian Bonnets, Hats, Dress-Caps, Head-Dresiies, i Flowers, Feathers, &c., &c. They have also on hand a quantity of Coloured Straw Hats, which they will offer at a Great Reduction. Attention is particularly called to the DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT, which will continue to receive their best efforts. Ladies own Materials for Mantles and Dresses made up. Mourning and Wedding orders executed with prompitude. Widows Caps made to order. < JONES & LLOYD, (late of Liverpool), I 28, HOPE-STREET. REGENT-STREET, OPPOSITE THE SAVINGS' BANK. MRS. WRIGHT, IN returning her grateful acknowledgements to those I JL ladies of Wrexham and its vicinity who have hitherto so kindly supported her, bejis to inform them j that abe has received a supply of SUMMER PASn- I IONS, which are now ready for inspection, comprising the newest style of bonmti, bats, and the various articles of millinery, trimmings, Sec. Mrs Wright also respectfully calls attention to her Dress-Making business, which will continue to receive her best efforts. Ladies' own materials for cloaks and dresses she will be happy to make up, with punetuality and despatch, having a stock of patterns in the Parisian and London mode for the approaching season. Straw bonnets cleaned, dyed, and altered. Wedding and mourning oruers promptly executed. SUMMER FASHIONS. MItS. EVANS, Queen-street, begs to inform the .HjL ladies of the neighbourhood that she has just returned from the principal markets, where she has se- lected the greatest novelties in Millinery, New Bonnets, Hats, French and English Flowers, Feathers, &c., &c. I SHOWING SUMMER FASHIONS, AT THE BAZAAR, 7, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM.  LLOYD bgB to inform his Friends, Gentry, and E • the Pnblic, that he has returned from the M arkets, and is now prepared to show a choice selection and novelties in the following departments:— SHAWLS. A variety of fancy coloured Shawls, Paisley, &c. A parcel of plain and trimmed Black. Lama, and Indiana, long and squares, a decided bar- gain. MANTLES. The newest shapes, including the "Alexandra" Jacket in black silk and tweed. A variety of Mantles and Paletots in all materials, Ladies and Childrens jackets. SILKS, FANCY DRESSES & MUSLINS. French and Swiss black Glacie, black gros, fancy colour- ed silk Dresses, a well assorted stock of Challies Mohairs, &c., in all the new.colors. Organdu & other Muslins. Parasols and Sunshades. Crinoline skirts. Hosiery and Glovas. Laces, Flowers. Feathers, Ribbons. Straw & other Bonnets. Woollen cloths. A variety of Gentlemen and Juvenile ready made cloth- ing, also made to order. Gents shirts, handkerchiefs, ties, &c. Hats in all shapes and colors. I MILLINERY. I This Department will be replete with every article,and attended to by experienced Milliners. Family & complimentary mourning. rCNHRALS CONDUCTED. gg u Iiø it Id. To BE LET, a NEW HOUSE, built for Pnblic JL House, situated at Ponkey, Rhos, containing Front and Back Kitchins, Parlour, two Bedrooms, vety large club-room, and a first-rate Cellar. Apply to Mr John Hewitt, Llanerehrugog HaU, Ruabon. T° BE LET, a respectable and cemmodioM HOUSK Tin Penybryn, containing Parlour, Kitchen, and four Bedrooms. A Garden attached. Apply to Mr. Wm. Stokes, 5, Penybryn. mfta TO BE LET and entered upon on the 24th day of ± June next, a DWELLING HOUSE and SHOP, in the centre of High-street, in the thriving and rapidly increasing Town of Wrexham, now occupied by Mr. Thomas Williams, Draper. The above premises an most conveniently situated for business purports, being opposite to the Market Hall and Corn Exchange.—For particulars as to Rent, Sit., apply to the Office of Nesan. T. and J. ALLINGTON* HUGHES, Solicitors, Wrexham. TO BLACKSMITHS. A Blacksmith's SHOP to be Let, in an improving Atown in Flintshire, doing a good bnsinMI. For particulars apply at the Printers. TO BE LET, ABENBURY FORGE, which is in TfnU working order. Also House and Land. Apply to Edward Tench, Esq., Maese Gwyn, or to Mr. Edwd. Edwards, on the premises. T 0 BE LET and entered upon immediately a i. DWELLING-HOUSE, in the most delightful suburb of Wrexham, consisting of Sitting-room, four Bedrooms, Kitchen, Back-kitchen, Scullery, &e., &a., and has a frontage to one of the pleasantest drives in the kingdom.—Apply to Mr BURY, Estate Agent, or Mr Bayley, Bookseller, Wrexham. OLD LICENSED PUBLIC-HOUSE TO LET:- The LLANERCHKUGOG ARMS," with Browhoune and other conveniences. For further particulars apply to Mr. Wm. Edwards, Colliery Agent, The Rhos, near Wrexham. TO BE LET, 15 Mres of good PASTURE LAND, -L caUed The MiU Hay Meadow," situate in the Borough of Holt. Apply to Mr. Thomas Jones, Tyn y coed, Llanychan, Ruthin, or the land may be seen by applying to Mr. W. Eccleston, Holt Gate. RHOS-Y-MEDRE, DENBIGHSHIRE. TO BE LET, or SOLD by Private Treaty, with im- Tmediate possession, a PUBLIC-HOUSE, called th< Oddfellows Arms," with two Cottages attached, to- gether with a large Plot of 1 and, suitable for Building purposes, within ten minutes' walk of Ruabon Iron Works. For further particulars apply to Mr. Janes Marshall, Railway Office, Aberdovey. TO LET, Four convenient DWELLING-HOUSES, J. situate at Holt Street Terrace, Wrexham. Rent moderate. Apply to Messrs BAUGH Ie JONB0, Temple Chambers, Wrexham. TO BE LET, comfortable APARTMENTS, a short JL distance from Wrexham, consisting of Sitting and Bed room. Apply to Mr. Griiffths, Foundry, Shostyllra, near Wrexham. go he CART GEARS FOR SALE. FOUR sets of Scotch GEARS by Lee, of Ruabon, of the very best leather. Will be sold cheap. Apply at Wynn Hall Colliery. ¡ FOR SALK. 'A One Horse STEAM ENGINE, with a boiler, large I A enough for a 4-horse engine, with 26 to 85 feet  iron piping. Apply to R. Hughes and Son, 56, Hope- | street, Wrexham. ————————————-———-————————————- TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, a Neat X PHAETON, with everything complete as far as Boxes and Lamps, and capable of carrying two inside and two out; also a Good Set of Harness. Everything I in good condition. To be Sold a Bargain. Apply to Mr C. G. Bayley, the Cross, Oswestry. ON SALE, that well-bred Brown Horse of the Waggon kind, called YOUNG MARQUIS, &e property of Mr. Bithel, Gwersyllt, Denbighshire. Apply to the owner, or at the Advertiser" Office, Wrexham. TO BE SOLD, a capital Farmer's MABB, 7 ye<M Told, suitable for any purpose. Apply lb Mr. Bladon, Marchwiel. TO BE SOLD, a BILLIARD TABLE, with slate JL bottom and India rubber cushions. Apply to Mr. W. Pierce, cabinet maker, Bridge-st., Wrexham. WREXHAM MARKET HALL. TO BE SOLD, at a GREAT DISCOUNT, 15 TSHARES in the WREXHAM MARKET HALL COMPANY. Apply to Mr. Knibbs, auctioneer, Wrex- ham. HORSES AND STEAM ENGINE FOR SALE. FOUR useful Draught HORSES to be Sold, in Ju consequence of the opening of the Wymn Hall Coal Company Railway. Also, a capital 18-inck Cylinder ENGINE, 30-inches stroke, stands on ite foundation, complete with winding gear, lately used in sinking a new pit.—A bargain. Apply to the Wyim Mall Coal Co., Ruabon. "iht:dioSt If" W ANTED immediately, APPRENTICES to &he V V Dre? and Mantle making buNDess. Apply to Miss C. Jones, I, College-street, Wrexham. WANTED to purchase a HORSE PONY, from 13 T Y to 14 hands in height, must be fast and free from vice. Address by letter stating price, age, colour, and where to be seen, to E. M., 30, Regent Street. Wrexham. W ANTED, two WHEELWRIGHTS, apply to Mr Thos. Lloyd, Erbistock. TO BRICKMAKERS. WANTED a BRICK and DRAINING PIPE TT BURNER. Apply to Mr John Jones, London House, Corwen. With testimonials. TO HOUSE PAINTERS. WANTED four good BRUSH HANDS. Apply to VT Mr Geo. Warburton, House Decorator, 22, Bank Street, Wrexham. WANTED, a situation as DAIRYMAID, in a re- specta ble Family, either in Cheshire or Den- bighshire. Apply at the Office of this Paper. MRS HUGHES, 47, Hope-street, is in immediate ■" -1 want of Apprentices to the Dress, and Mantle making business. A PARTMENTS WANTED, consisting of two bed- rooms. A Farmhouse in the neighbourhood of Wrexham preferred. Address, B. C., Post-Office, Wrexham. WANTED a good second hand ENGINE, from 2 to 40 horse power, with boilers and winding gear complete; also Rollers, and Pug Mill for grinding and tempering clay. Address, stating particulars and price, to Mr. John Lewis, Burnt Wood, Buckley, near Mold. mis W TED- a Situation as FARM BAILIFF, of W long experience, either light side or haavy. Good reference furnished. Apply to Mr. Bayley, bookseller. ==-='======--====- GUNPOWDER, SFO T rTT, \3r AT T. SMITH'S, -HIOR-STIIEET, WBEXHAM 21