The Advertiser may be had of MESSRS. ARCHER &
Son (?) Castle-Place, Belfast; by whom
Advertisements will be received.
Portadown,--MISS ARMSTRONG, Haberdasher.
Banbridge,--MR. WILLIAM METKIFF, Grocer.
Maralin,--MR. ALEXANDER HUMPHRIES, Grocer.
Gilford,--MR. PATRICK MURRAY.
Waringstown,--MR. JOHN NEW.
Printed and published every Thursday Evening, by
RICHARD J. EVANS, of Lurgan, County Armagh.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LEATHER, GROCERY, PROVISION, WINE,
AND SPIRIT WAREHOUSE,
Begs respectfully to direct public attention to her present large
and varied Stock of LEATHERS, comprising ENGLISH
and SCOTCH KIPS, NATIVE Do., HORSE BUTTS,
KIDSKINS, BEATTY'S LISBURN BUTT, with the
various other kinds used by Shoemakers and Saddlers. The
entire Stock being selected with care and judgment, which,
coupled with their having been purchased for Cash, will make it
evident that she can give a good article at as low a figure as any
other Establishment in Lurgan,
SHOE FINDINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Sole Agent in Lurgan for
JOHN CASSELL'S COFFEES!!!
Groceries of every description ; Hams, Bacon, English
Cheese, Scotch and English Heddle Twine, Gunpowder, &c. &c.
Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Guinness's XX Porter in Wood
At Savilmore, near Newry, on Sunday last, in his 32nd year,
the Rev. J. R. Cunningham, R. C. C. Lurgan. On same day, of
Appoplexy, at the Moira Railway Station, Mr. Thomas Stanley,
STRAW HAT & BONNET
Begs to acquaint the Public, that she has REMOVED
from her former residence to that House lately occupied
by MR. WM, MAHAFFY, opposite the road leading to the
Poor House, where she continues to Manufacture every
description of Straw Hats and Bonnets, of good quality,
and at moderate prices.
Tuscan and Dunstable Bonnets Cleaned and
altered to the present Fashion. Bonnets dyed black.
Silk and String-cased Bonnets made to order.
GARDEN & FARM SEEDS
Seed and Nursery Establishment,
LURGAN. Warranted the Growth of 1848. ThE Subscriber's Stock of the above will be found, on trial, to
be of the very finest and purest growths, and to include all the
most esteemed, and newest varieties. Prices as moderate as
those of any respectable Seed Warehouse in Ulster.
Orders to amount of Twenty Shillings and upwards, sent
carriage free to any of the neighbouring Towns.
HOUSE AND PREMISES IN LURGAN.
TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
At the Corner of Castle-Lane, Lurgan, as lately occupied
by WILLIAM TURKINGTON. The Premises are well
adapted for the Baking Trade, or General Business, as
it is in the very centre of the Market.
Apply to WILLIAM TURKINGTON, Baker, Lurgan.
Lurgan, May 3rd, 1849
FIELD TURNIP SEEDS
SKIRVING'S IMPROVED PURPLE-TOP Do.
LAING'S Do. Do. Do.
NEW FETTERCAIRN DWARF-TOP Do.
Orders to amount of Twenty Shillings sent free to
all the neighbouring Towns. Priced Lists furnished
Seed and Nursery Establishment, Lurgan.
SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.
DISTRICT OF PORTADOWN
THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON
In aid of these Schools, will be Preached (D.V) on
SUNDAY NEXT, 20TH MAY, INSTANT, by the
REV. DR. O'SULLIVAN,
Rector of Killyman, and Chaplain to His Grace the Duke of
The contributions of those who cannot attend the
Sermon will be thankfully received by the REV. HENRY
DE L. WILLIS, or REV. HENRY P. PROCTER, Portadown.
Divine Service will commence at the usual hour, half-past
On Wednesday, 30th Inst., aged 2 years and 3 months,
John, son of Mr. Patrick Magee, Lurgan.
TIMBER & SLATE YARD,
Begs to inform the Public, that he has added very
considerably of late to his Stock of Timber, which
he offers for Sale at very low prices, viz.--Yellow
and Red Pine, Memel, Birch, American and Irish
Elm in Planks and Battens of every length, Cart
Felloes, Spokes and Naves of the best quality,
Slates of various kinds, Slating and Ceiling
Laths, Alabaster and Roman Cement in Casks,
and Patent Roman Cement Paint, Ridge and
Flooring Tiles, Fire Bricks, Cut Stone Window
and Door Sills, Door Blocks, &c., with every other
article peculiar to the Trade.
Also, a very respectable NEW HEARSE for
hire on moderate terms.
Respectfully intimates to her Customers, and the Public
generally, that she has just received a select assortment of
HABERDASHERY & FANCY GOODS,
Of very superior quality, suited to the present and ensuing
Season, which she trusts will, on inspection, be found
worthy of regard, and induce a continuance of their kind
A few WOOLLENS and HATS remaining
on hands will be Sold at Low Prices, for Cash.
BRICKS FOR SALE
A LARGE QUANTITY OF BRICKS OF PRIME
QUALITY, TO BE SOLD ON VERY REASONABLE
TERMS; any person engaged in Building will find it
their interest to give a call with the Subscriber, at his
Residence in TULLYGALLY, one mile from LURGAN,
on the Road leading to PORTADOWN.
MR. GEORGE F. STEVENSON
(Organist of Lurgan Church,)
Respectfully announces to the Gentry and Public of
LURGAN, and the surrounding neighbourhood, that he
gives INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO FORTE, AND IN SINGING.
MR. STEVENSON also Tunes and regulates Piano Fortes
on the most approved modern method.
From having studied professionally under the direction
of MR. B. CROFT, principal Tuner in the celebrated
Manufacture of MESSRS. COLLARD & COLLARD, London, he
hopes to give entire satisfaction to those who may honor
him with their patronage.
"Mr. George F. Stevenson having studied Piano Forte
Tuning at Messrs. Collard's, under my direction, I believe
him to be an excellent Tuner.--B. CROFT."
195, Tottenham Court Road,
London, August 19th, 1847.
N.B.--Orders left at the Office of this Paper, or at Mr. Stevenson's
residence, Lurgan, will be punctually attended to.