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ESTABLISHED 1864
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W.  T  I  C  K   L  E    AND   S  O   N,

Sharebrokers and Commission Agents
52, Crosby=Street,  Maryport.

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HEWETSON  and  THOMLINSON

WHOLESALE AND FAMILY
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS.

HIGH-STREET, MARYPORT

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Cheap Furnishing Warehouse
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DIXON &  FERGUSON

Beg to draw attention to their choice
Selection of good and  useful Furniture.

22, Wood-street

(Next door to the Co-operative Stores)

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J. J. HINE

44, Brow-street
Maryport.

Is prepared to let on Hire for
Wedding or Pleasure  Parties,

Landaus, Waggonettes,
Open or Covered  Carriages.
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Hearses and Mourning Coaches
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Funerals furnished,
At Special Cheap Rates.

44, Brow-Street.

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Hair Cutting, Shaving, and
Shampooing  Saloon.
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R. DOBSON

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R.    L    O   W   T   H   E    R

Boot, Shoe and Clog Maker

61 John-Street
Maryport.

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WILLIAM BYERS,

BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND
NEWS AGENT,

24, WOOD-STREET, MARYPORT.
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Periodicals and books of every description supplied to  order.

Agent for the Dublin Freeman, Dublin Weekly News,
Nation,  Belfast Examiner, Ulster Observer, and Belfast
Weelky News, &c.

As the demand for the Irish papers is frequently in  excess
Of the supply, customers are requested to send in their
Orders a  few days before the day of publication, so that in
Future disappointment and  delay may be provided against.

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WORKINGTON
CLOTHING
MART.

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FOR STYLE      GO TO SMITH’S.

FIT                       GO TO SMITH’S

QUALITY            GO TO SMITH’S

PRICE                   GO TO SMITH’S

12 JANE STREET.

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
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LOOK     OUT

FOR THE

GREAT SALE

OF

READY - MADE

C  L  O  T  H  I  N   G

WOOLLEN   CLOTHS

REMENANTS, &C.,   &C.,

PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO
NEW PREMISES,

COMMENCING

ON

THGURSDAY, OCT. 12,

AT

M   I   T    C   H   E   L   L’   S

65 HIGH-STREET  &   JOHN-STREET
MARYPORT.

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Would you like a Suit to wear
At church, at market, or  at a fair,
In styles the newest that are worn,
And which would Royalty  adorn,
Or for a Rothschild would be meet?

Then call at WILSON’s,  Senhouse-street.

The suits he sells are all of wool,
And made to stand  the  hardest pull,
What though a farmer you may be,
Or though you may  spend your time at sea,
Suits of Cloths, both good and neat

You’ll buy from WILSON,  Senhouse Street.

A working man, with family large,
Can often scarcely meet  the charge
Which some engaged in trade do make,
And from his earnings  fortunes take,
For cheapness you will find a treat --

The suits from WILSON’s,  Senhouse-street.

A suit he makes for sovereigns Two,
Which equaled is by  very few,
But which he knows none can excel -
A suit quite fit for any  swell.
For trousers, Coats, or Suits complete,

Just call at WILSON’s,  Senhouse-street.

Address:

J. WILSON,
68,  Senhouse-Street
Maryport.

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