CLAYTON—SCHOFIELD—An-rus* 11. Saints’Chur h. Hamer, by the llev J Lobby, C College, Lennoxril'e, Can a«i?ud the Rev C !• Hodge, Vicar of the parish. Thrnias Henry, eldest son Thomas Clayton, of Bryn Mally. Wrexham, to Alice, : daughter of tho late W VV tf tucklcy 11-ii. Rochdale
Bruce. Red Rag filly, Emma Melbourne, Playfellow, Lady Annie, First Flight, Resin- tbc-Borr, Jeff Davis, and National Air, Ok DPR of Rcnni.no day. Princes* of Wales,2.o; UannymeJo,2.2o; Surrey and Middlesex, 3.0: Welter, 3.30; Batons', 4.0; Denham, Cup, 5.0.
Tire annual show of flowers, fruit, vegetables, farm produce, and fancy work in connection with the Costlcrock Agri-Uorticultural Society was held at Castlcrock yesterday. A special train was run -from Derry, calling the intermediate stations, and bringing large number of excurs
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. [Before the Hon. Judge Miller.] Dublin, Tuesday. IN RE M’ULELLAND. The bankrupt’s interoet in two farms in the County Armagh had been sold to Mr. Henry Carson. One of tho conditions of sale was that the assignees would give the purchaser possession without a
la reply to Mr. Bkyce, Sir C. DILKB regretted that up the it had been impospiblo to carry out the articlis of the Treaty Berlin with reppeefc to the refornca t* bo introduced into the Gorcraaiont the Armenian provinces. Communications had been going between the Ambassadors of th
CONTRACTORS. TENDERS arc required from competent persons for the CONSTRUCTION of SEWER Town of Lurgan, in accoidanco with the Plan, Soruoa, and Specification to be seen the Town Clerk Office, between the hours TEN o’clock am. end ONE o’clock p.m., any weekday; or « the Office of