ABERDARE RCIAL AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL, CONDUCTED BY THE T. J. JOSEPH GEORGE, UNIfy no USE. 3IILA AD PLACE, ABERDARE liSTABLISHED 1865. i thorough conducted on sound prin- ciples. rate attention is given to each Pupil. TERMS:—ONE GUINEA. F H Y SU FFER!" TBY GNK BOX OF EVANS'S 'US AND LIVER PILLS. hich is the best known remedy for and Liver Complaints, the Piles, and Gravel. sequence of numerous private recom- dations, the Proprietor has at length iced to bring these valuable Pills into tice, feeliDg aasur d that a general trial fully prove their superiority and aub- the important testimonials, already Pills consist of a careful and peculiar e of tLe choicist Vegetable Aperients; e every recommendation of mild opera- snccesstul effect, and r« quire no restraint etneni whilst taking them they act Iy, on the livtr, and disperse morbid ac- >ns; the intestinal functions an* rendered >y their use, and their regularity con- er the Pilla have ceased to betaken. bt- tound a most efficacious remedy for laments of the digestive organs, and the arietiea of bilious and liver complains, by more or less of the following symp- r quent sickness, acidity or heartburn, !) giddiness, spasms, flatulency, tender- •• region of the liver, c<>stiveness, piles t-1, yellow jaundice, drowsiness, loss of wind, depression of the spirits, pains ie loins and back, scrofula, scurvy, impuritio of the blood, rheumatism, the stomach and sid indigestion, in- fo, palpitation, pimples en the fac. &c. Pills speedily remove irritation and a tate of the Stomach, correct the morbid IIf the Liver and organs aubs-rvient to and promote a due and healthy secre- le. otes, Is. 11// and 2s. 9d. each', by Post, i. anil 3s., direct from the Proprietor, 'ANS, M.R PS., Dispensing Chemist 14, C OMMEliClAL-STRKET, HDARE, GLAMORGANSHIRE; And from all respectable Chemists. 7le Agents—London, Jr. Svittm k Co., and Bristol, Pearce .5' Co.; Acker man, "oxarcl .s. Co. Retail—Aberaman, Gadlys, Williams] James Lewis, George ferthyr; Bryflmatcr, A. M. Jones; B. A Gcorqe; lihymney, F. Dixon AliI,. T. Ê. f ivinx Llanelly, Jacob isuuc Jones, ilouLxcller, Trehirbirt. RS. TILTLEY, tivACHER Of 3H AND ITALIAN SINGING, PIANOFOltTE, &c., S ABERDARE every WeeJs. For ,ther information apply to MRS. TaLEt, lpr- errace, Aberdate. upil-9 i, aitll/d for the. Profession. W ifisms Lozr.ltGi S iv'medicated linseed extract ,e,7d. Kay Hra»., Moclpcrt, and all Chemists. T. PRICE, DER AND CONTRACTOR, SERINE STREET, ABERDARE. otife Repair? of ttery description done rily. )ttfopDB ESSBKCS OF LIVSKKB, for Colds and •es bins cases put of ten. Sold by all Chemists. n-X- _u- P I L ikl —1 ty of the Blood.-Enfeebled Existence. lieine embraces every attribute rrtntTirod in it ponfral re rood it overturns the fonmlfition of disease [v-e food "LnA i mi in re air. In obstruction or con- le liver. Inn" .bowels, or any otlier orgiins, thfter dally serviceable and eminently sjieoessfol. They t in reading In everv family, bein* a medicine hie utility for young persons, particularly to those ;tIWti008. ness, Xiosg of Appetite, Head- i, and Lowness of Spirits. lis effect a truly wonderful change in dehiUtntod they create a healthy Rppotitp.. corm-t intii- re woes* of bile, aDd overcome giddiness, headache, III At the heart. others and Daughters. is one thine more than another for wbioli In" it i- bbaoir parifring pmpertil". p jwrially their n.;in;.l' nte W««l from all unporities, r-movim^ dan- ilioni. anl r^nosriivr sn«j*rvied sfy rftion-. Univer- im the 0111 prand r^tjjedy for female complaititii, ever fail, never weakan the system, aud always rhat is required. stioa, Stomach, and Liver Complaints. wifferiiu; from wiy disorders of the liver, stomach, tu of digestioa, gh»nW have imniwliote recourse to a there is no madtaine loiown that Mte on tbOM Bpioiats -with MCh eeriaki MCC&M. II Ointment are sohl at Pmfasaor TToiil/lw/vV 3 ti, 633, OxtarA Strosi. London, ttao by nenrty ibble Vendor of fchjdtotae tlirwi^iowt the Cl-vilisetd Me and t'ot<v. at Is. i^d., Xs. 4s. 44.. M»m The amalled Bag POls ctmttuois four doacu the laàQ- Pot ti Onlwent oote ouaoe. d4,40ti#,m are afhmd to ePl¡t'4ot Tka and Pot, and > tmy tenp-mqr-, nmta Tttrkieh, Arabia, Anuoiuiin, or gblnese HENRY LEWIS FOR MILLINERY, MANTLES, COSTUMES, AND I FANCY DRESS MATERIALS I" SSOW ROOMS ARE NOW onBisr- 11, Commercial Place, Aberdare. CARPETS! CARPETS!! CARPETS! Cretonnes Cretonnes Cretonnes H. LEWIS, 11, COMMERCIAL-PLACE, ABERDARE, ILL show on FRIDAY, the 31st instant, and following days, several THOUSAND YARDS OF 0 HEMP, FELT, AND TAPESTRY CARPETS. The Largest and Cheapest Stock he has ever offered. March 27th, 1876. RHYS ETNA JONES Has just received an excellent VARIETY OF WOOLLEN CLOTHS, And \8 prepared to make np GOOD MEN'S SUITS from £ 2 5s. Ode to £ 3 15s. Od. NEW GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT AT 35, COMMERCIAL STREET, ABERDARE. D. L. PROBE RT, of Cwmbach, v!TOVO> fr'end«, aud the Puldic FF^nerally, tl^t he has juRf. OPENED the above „ e 'be occupation of the late Mr. DAXCE), with a Large and Superior Stock of all kinds of GROCERY and PROVISIONS. ■ ■ :o: THE LnWF.ST POSSIBLE PRrcEn CHAtOKfl fofe At.L GOODS. T. WHITSUN JONES, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE A K D COMMISSION AGENT, 35, COMMERCIAL-PLACE, ABERDARE. -+- Auction Rooms and Second-hand Furniture Stores. GUINNESSES EXTRA STOUT, BO.TTLED BY THOMAS TODD, HIGH STREET, ABERDARE. lETTER FROM THE DUCHESS OF EDINBURCH'S LAUN'DRESS- |l|pp^k I am vrTy much pleased with your SQUARE BLUE. I ^aV8 n,°W j1 it^or s°nie time, and both for far any I have hitherto used. Yours re ot S A 1, AstA Rf -L I N II, SQUARES. GARDNEtL" Is the FINEST for the LAUNDRY, supcr- sedes Tlmmb and Indigo Blues, is niioquallcd 0 J Ifal for Beauty of Tint, for Economy in use, and BEWARE OF w K ^U for not injuring the Clotlios. INFERIOR IMITATIONS To be had of most respectable Grocers, Oilmen, &c. -or'- "1" o. STATIONERY & FANCY WAREHOUSE "ABERDARE TIMES" OFFICE, 31, Commercial Place, Aberdare. JONES & SON, PIt I NTERS, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, &c., DESIRE to inform the PURLtC -7 h^p in stock a large and varied assortment of PLAIN and FANCY STATIONERY and FANCY GOODS, snitable for PRESENTS, &c., to which they invite attention. A large Stock of Musical Instruments, including Concertinas, Flutes, Saiijo-, Tambourines, Drums Harmonicars, Mouth Organs, &c. The largest and best selected Stock in Town of HOME and FOREIGN MADE TOYS. Dolls in great variety, Chess, Drafts, and Draftboards, Dominoes, Roulette Games, &c. Workboxes, Money Boxes, Fancy Boxes, Rimmers Soap and Pfrfntn"ry, Ink and Inkstands, Conversation Cards, &c. Combs and Brushes of the best quality Pipes and Tobacco Pouches, Cigar Cases. Ladies' Bags, Purses, Albams, &c., &c. -:0:- OBSERVEjTHE^ADDRESS— "ABEKDAllE TlilES" OFFICE,. 31, COMMEllCIAL-PLACE, ABEliDARE.
SPRING & SUMMER FASHIONS, 1876. WILLIAM SARVIS, CARDIFF & MARKET STREETS, ABERDARE, BEGS to Announce that his New and Extensive SHOW ROOMS will be Opened on SATURDAY, the 6th «f MAY, when an early call will be esteemed. DEPARTMENTS. -:0:- MILLINERY. I MANTLE SHOW ROOM. Large and Choice display of Millinery and A moqt extensive collection of French and Trimmed Chip Bonnets, Pljjliti and Trimmed Chip English Elegancies in Silk, Matelasse and Fancy find Fancy Hats in a gr>at variety of Shapes, Textures, the new French Polonaise and Princess Caps, Head Dresses, Feathers, Flowers, &e., &c. Fichu some very beautiful designs in Lyons Silk Velvet Mantles and Paletots. The Dud COSTUMES. Wrap in all Shades, &c., &c. New and Select Paris Designs in Black and LADIES' OUTFITTING. Colored Silk; and also Silk and Fancy Textures Ladies' Outfitting and Children's Department, intermingled. The styles iire exceedingly attrac- Fancy Petticoats, Dressing Gowns, Toilet Jackets, tive and varied. Dinn-r, Walking, and Morning &c., &c. Children's Dr, gief, Boy's Suits, and Costumes, in all the Fabrics of the Season. Infant's Millinery or all kinds. IMPORTANT NOTICE! EVAN LLOYD, DRAPER, ABERAMAN, Being about to remove to his NEW PREMISES, will offer the whole of his STOCK at an IMMENSE REDUCTIONI COFFINS! COFFINS!! COFFINS! SAMUEL MORRIS, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, ♦ 64, BUTE STREET, ABERDARE, BEGS to inform the Piilnlib that lie is prepared to supply COFFtNS of all kinds, at prices As low if not low r than can be obtained of any other person in the neighbourhood. 11 u 11 S. M. also takes this opportunity of thaiikihg the Public for the support he has received during the past twenty years, and trusts he may merit a continuance of the same in the future. —— SAND., White's London Cement, Plaster Paris, Mortar Hair, &c., all of the best quality, at E VA N T H () M A S S, Ironmonger, and Miner's Lamp Manufacturer, .113WJ tt JP .SJt E. PRICE ON APPLICATION THE EMPEUOii OF RUSSIA AND THE CITY OF LONDON. His Imprfial Majesty the Emperor of Russia h!'s conferred on Mr. J. W. Benson the appointment of Goldsmith to the Imperial Court, in appreciation of Mr. Rt-nsoti'* artistic production of the Gold Casket (.h-acnted to the EmpetOr by the Corporation of the City of London. JT; \V "RENSON, TV* _U In tlie Queen and Royal Family T° U. H. the l'rince of Wales (special appointment). Maker ot the Chronograph, by which the l)eiby ami all great races are timed. Hr.ae Medalii»t of London, Dublin, ami Pari*. LUDflATE HILL, LONDON, E.C.; & 15, OLD BOND ST. \^I7" "l>KNSoN invite* attention to the utieq uledf 1 X> vantage* whiC' be i» tnzliletl to offer to purchasers by tb £ \v*e of wtcaiu power and the employment of a lnr^e staff of skilled Knglish and foiei)(n workmen The highly satisfactory perforn.an-je of t "Ict'e? and Clock* is recognized by the Preas ai>d the HnUlic 1 be prices cba*jreH, in every in>tanre a»* the lowe»t, compatible with found uorktaanship and high finish. ]VO\ ELTV. English Clocks, far superior to foreign, di-sipned by J- Bnglish artists, manufactured on the premises and to b« ol>- i d only at the above establishments. Clock Cases made to OJUvH harmonize with the «rcbitecture ot mansions, country houses, found uorktaanship and high finish. N OY E LT Y. English CInch, far superior to foreign, di-sipned by N Bnglish artists, manufactured on the premises and to ob. ,4 un 1)' at tbe above establishments. Clock Cases made to OJUvH harmonize with the «rcbitecture 01 mansions, country houses, &c., and Itb their ktiriitture. I WTATCHES. From 2 to 200 Guinras. Railway Guards, Sailor* S IB Soldiers, Miners, and Workmen'* Watclie? (of t xtra ttrengtli), ftBijlm CLOCKS. From I to 1,000 (raitieas. Wm US EWELRY and Plate for Presentation, L-c. a /2rf Jmf stcbe* and Clocks repaired by skilled workmen. B Old Jewelry, Silver, and WBlche" exchanged. Watches Piet-t ttl all parts, safe by post. Merchants and Shipper* supplied. The few Pamphlets on Turret and Clnirch Clocks (with testimonials), Watches and C'ocks, Jewelry and Plate (profusely illustrated;, sent 1 he a have sketch represents thf Perpetual Calendar, post free eaeh for rwo stamps. wUhout'be!n.,Se,0nf' K'>'e!,s W",chV JieL vear* W. Benson's New Woik, "Time and Time Tellers," published by »V r f ?",et ,m>e 10 t""e f' rrP1,5n Hardwicke, Pircudilly. Plain, 2s. 6d.; Gilt, 3s. Keep a perpetual register of seconils, mi""tes, hours, days, ucrks months, aud years; show old and new FACTION—The Pul lie are cautioned against misrepresentation* Sty le; pbasi sol tlie moon, and variations 01 heat A cold, and attempts to sell Spurious Imitations. CoiGULiNE.—Kav'g best Cement for Broken Articles,6d., l^2s. Sold elsewhere. Bros., Sfockport. Just Published, po^t free 34d. XI tRVOXJS DEBILITY, and HOW TO CURE IT, IN WITHOUT EXPENSIVE CONSULTATIONS and EXORBITANT MEDICAL t- EES. M owing the nefarious • system ol terrorism and extortion practi ed on real or imaginary su;rerers from nervous aud other disorder* by a certain class of medical practitioners. This pamphlet is Not an advertisement or preface to expensive consultations and high medical 4Ves, but is designed as a warning and a caution tr those who suffer from nervous debility, at the same time pointing out the means ot sclftreatmput (which can be followed without reference to the author) and containing the uecessary prescriptions and dietetic rules to be observed during the treatment; by one who has suffered from misplaced confidence in medical impoMtieu and qu. ekery- London; H 131101111. 15, Edith Villas, North End.S.W. KAY'S COMPOCNII ESSBKCB O» LINSEBD, a demulcent ex- pectorant, for t oughs apdColds. Sold hy all Chemists. 23, IRONMONGER LANE, LONDON. (THK OLD HOUSE.) JOH N STOP'S COLIN FLOUR IS THE BEST "QUITE FREE FROM ADULTER VT ION."—Lancet. .f I i, IS DECIDEDLY SU1't-:RIOlC.L"d I have examined" John*tf>n a Corn Flour n 1 liml it per- feet y j.urt; nod mo>t Excellent 111 qunlitv ht-n b"iU'd with m lk it ntfords 1 omplete i.our^haicut f,,r Children uuU per- sons of we»k digestion-' A. CiMmoif, M.n.F.R.C.S.I sons of we»k dige..tlOo." A. CiMmoif, M.n,F.R.C.S.1 Professor of Chemi.try, Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin. Select Classes for Youug Ladies. J THE MISSES JONES ARE open to receiye Young Ladie* for instruc- tion in Music, Singing, French, Drawing, and Dancing, OR very advantageous terms.— For further partidplara apply at 3, Gadlys Terrace, Brynhyfryd, Aberdare. XA. y' S TIO PILLS. • specific iulfeuralgia, Fac^OHE, are told by all Chemieta. Kay Brothers, Stookport, MONEY TO LEND, on good Freehold OR Leasfcliftfid Wtctlrity.-T-Apply lo JJAVIO XAIA HDØ. Soli<yit^j,.34, Canoe-street, Abcrdtue. •»» v; • U I Inventor of the Chifionnier Organ. w ) 0 1 CHIFFOXNIER ORGAN. THE ABERpARF. Harmonium and ohiffonnier Organ MANUfA CTOR Y. Bv. H P H I L L I P S llarmoniu\ Manufacturer end Inventor of the Chiffonnier Organ, RESPETTFULTA thanks the Profession, C'ergv, Gentry, and the Public in t-eneral for the'ir kind patronage in the pa.-t (having sold over 400 H.irtii«">ums Ohiffunnic- Organs), and hopes to have n continuance of thi-ir fsivour. I Traiie snpp ied with all kinds of Fittings, Pianos, mericnn Organs and Harmoniums, by Alexandre and (Jhvistoplic and Ktiennc, always in stock at makers' prices. Harm.minms repaired on the shortest notice. Harmoniums supplied to Churches, Chapels, and Good Templars on very easy terms. Experienced workmen always on the premises. ■ SHOVV KOOMS—6, Gadlys-road, and 5, Per- peveranceplace. lestimonial—From Professor Parry, Pencerdd America- Fellow Countrymen,—I have much pleasure in recommending the Chiffonnier Organ for its mellow and pipe-like tone, and for its external appearance. I Wishing the maker all the patronage he deserves.— I am, your humble servant, JOSEPH PARRY, MUS. Bac." Catalogue and list of Testimonials on application. ONEY TO LEND/on good FREEHOLD OJ LEASEHOLD,SECURITY. F..r turthei particulars apply ta M#. J. T. HOWKLLB, Solicitor, j Public Hall Offices, Ireherbert. LUTSEED Loi«N6ie. a solidified linseed te«, lHMtire and demule-nt. 01 post fr«e, 7d. Hij- 87"010.. Ptockport, tnda) Chemiata, GLENFIELD. GLENFIELD. THE QUEEN'S I LAUNDRESS SAYS THIS STARCH 18 THE BEST SHE EVER USED. GLEN FIELD. GLEUPIELD. • TJIOB THU BLOOD iS THE LITB, j Jf Bee Deuteronomy, chap, rii., verse 38. CLAR-KE WORLD FAMED |;I|ILIL|BJ,UT||111;1 F I Trade Mark,—"Blood Mixture." THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER & RESTORER for cleansing and clearin, the blood troin all impur.t.ted cut Dot bA too highly recommended. For Serofala, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and sore wf a)t kind It i« a never-failing and pertnaneat care. j It Cores Old Sore I Cures Ulcerated Sores on the fceek < ures UlcerateJ Sore Lees Cures Blackbea i^, r Pimples Oft Face Cures Spurvv -ores Cures Bneeroiis Ulcer Cures blood and Sinn Diseases CunlS Glaijgtilursvrt-Hinas (Hears the Blood from all impare Vttti From whatever cause aritiag- j As this mixture is pleasant o the taste, and war- ranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of cither sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. Thousands of testimonial* from all parts. Sold in Bottles, 2i1. 6d. each. and in capes. ODn. taining six times the quantity, Us each—sufficient to effect a permanent cure in the great m jority of long standing cases,—by ail Chemists and Patent 1 Medicine Vendors l-hrouirhout the United Kingdom and the world, or sent to ..Iony address an receipt of 30 or 132 stamps by CLARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIX TURK is sold in Bottles, 250 6d. each, and cases, contain ins six times the quantity, lis. each sufficient to effect a permanent cure in the great majority of SRS.. by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the United Kingdom and the world, or sent to any address on reoeipt, f 80 or 132 stamps by the Proprietor, Wholesale AN Patent Medicine Hoin" London Depot 150, Oxford Street. F. J. CJ- ArKK, Chemist, High-street, Lincoln. T. W. Evans, 14, Commerical-street, Aberdare AND .RICHARDS, 12 and 13, Cardiff-street, Aberdar DR. HUNTER'S Special Lectures to Young Men,on HEALTH, ITSjtESTORATION, AND HAPPY MARRIAGES.—Wh en to marry, with advice to those who contemplate marriage, pointing out certain impediments which render married life unhappy, and directions for their speedy removal. Should be read by all who hlue health, strength, and manhond, and wish to attain a happy old ape.—Post free on receipt o two stamps.—Address, Secretary, Institute o Anatomy, Birmingham. TIÐXS; LICE, SCAB, J'oor & MOOT H AND ALL COXTAGIOCS DISEASES. The "Glycerine Dip" (HARDWICKE, GUKRIN AND GO/S) HIS n"n-poiso"ous Dip is a certain preventative JL and cure of Scab, and is unrivalled for the complete destruction of Ticks, Lice, and Parasites of every drscr ption infestiui; the Skins of Sheep, catt e and other animals. It has gained a high reputation, for it possesses the double advantage of simultaneous- y repelling contagion and cleansing the skin from f 1th. It does not discolour or act injuriously upon the natural yolk tf the wool, but freds the Seece, maintains the natural lustre, and wonderfully promote* its growth. Ti e preat risk incurred by introducing newly .purchased Stuck amongst bealthy animals already on the farm may be entirely avoided by dress- injf them with tiiis Dip." For particulars and Testimonials of tbe highest order see pamphlet, sent free on application to the Sole Manufacturers and Kiporters, TOMLINsON, HAYWAR-D:& BISHOP, LINCOLK Price Sixpence per pound—in Tins of 5 and 10 lbs.. and Drums of 20, 30, 40, 50 and 100 lbs. each. N.B.—To be obtain. d of most Chemists, or should any difficulty arise, 20 lbs. or over will he sent to any Railway Station, Carriage paid, on receipt of P.O.O. THE "GRANULAR BROWNING" SHOULD BE USED IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD. IT IMPARTS a RICH COLOUR and SUPERIOR FLAVOUR to Roasted Meats of every description, Cbitkeu and Game, Gravies, Soups, Beef Tea. &e. Sold in botttes at Is and 2s 6d, by the Sole Manu- facturers, TOMLINSON, HAYWARD & BISHOP, LINCOLN And obtainable through every Chemist, Grocer or Italian Warehouseman t rorghout the Kingdom. TOMLINSON & CO.s BUTH.R POWDER MAKES FIRM and SWEET BUTTER all the iv-L year round, prevents it turuing rancid. rentov e theF) v.tur of sour pr ss, weeds, or rank herbage quicken* the churning, and increases the value 2d to 3d per Ih. Price 6d, Is, and 2s 6d, at any Chemists or Grocers. Sale of Very Desirable Leasehold Property on the Ynyscynon Estate. TO he Sold by Private treatv, ELEVEN COTTAi iES or DWELLING HOUSES, in one or more lyts, on the above estate. Part of the purchase money may rem-iin on inorf;ai»<\ For Particular*, apply to MR. WM J^nes, Auc'.ion«tr, White Hart, Aberdare. I HEARSES AND MOURNING COACHEF. ISAAC THOMAS, undertaker, 24 and 25" SEnIOUR-STEET, ABERDARE, BEGS to inform the public that he has pur- chased the HKAHSE4 and MOUKN1NG COACHES from Mr Sarvis. draper, and con- sequently is prepared to undertake the entire niani.genient of Fuuevals. He can now supply Coffins, Mir iuds, Hears s, Mourning Coaches, and will also undertake the building of Brick Graves, so that relatives may be relieved of all care in this* respect. His charges will be found to he les- than any other in the Principally, He is alst, prepared to send Rearficit, with feather plumes, or Moit-ninK Coaches to any part of Wales, tin- whole bping of the best discriptieo that can bt produced. obsbbvR THE AbCRBsa 24 & -25. S £ t\)OUU.-STl. £ :iI\ A:nFil n KAT's Cewrorsfl Bssnrca O« Althma Bronchtci's are lmnivHistely feliere4 br it. Scld aff Chemists. GITEX A WAY for the benefit of nerronC safliBteN \riio tftrp ihettMelteti by tl. new Sri. tew of treatment, flitch ha; been «jccesi<fwj in tli '-Hiiitf of Owl hi Oettoo* »n<i fPnem! ilfl>il ty, Inra of -nemorv« failitjp eight, fcpilepSx r'i»!<(|inptiBn in<ilmifi»n, hemlnChe, stali the lint of tearful rtlseiite* knows tit Dlt IOU,, complaints, mlln" if hich ba«i htta giren up by, ttiedoctoiK 8" quite ineurrabte. Seivd four jwncy ►t«wup« Dr. THOMBON/ 68 Hsrlbolmuewroad, Kentisb Town, boodon, and he will forward, r-t tree atjt doan of tttw medicine, wit j direetinnx for use, by titt ahl of which rrmrf tftte tuny ri-p.<ver n*rmatient health in a tffy short time, tlios sating thrmRlrrl frooD a life of tnitwry, mad the eiJ" tortionate churee* ofthoae who adterttt to cure <h<t« dmeases. KJUacfs frota cefififal Teatimoniala: "My ,al' bfeiltb is mMh ituprefed that e#en tTiy fHetdt hare re-" tnarked the ehangre ib ipy >|ipeifuce.. R- W." Br utiirifach it in a healthy atxte. and I can enjoy my meals Blow. J.W." "I was so ntmiif hefdre fikinc yolkr medicinr^' that I was unitMe t- write. ,J.T." The ttenftlisf of tb* haiidi and knees is ^one, TJ I hnTebrtdno polpitatioT" of the heart or bcalacM. flnce V took, it Mj- G.L." "My wifte suffered for* fear* frntt ierymmoes-, giridineaa in the head, p.oln acnJM the fotvheirf. 9nd loss of appetite I" afli thankful to »av your medicine cored, her in a very sh«rt time. li.O." My frle'tiri* cobnider your core of my raM a perfect muaclf. Rev. J Harrourt." BEARDLESS FACES & BALD HEADJ?. A Phyaician who fur thirty yvmt* lu> iiraetiod in Diseases of the Hair, ha« d-ncoferctl a FOMiOK «htd< k.t pledges his honour will fn ercry case Restore the Hair in baldness from any csrnse, and ptndrfce whisker* and mom- tachioa, eyebrows, Sec. For penerat and toilet use, it nourishes amt preserves the hair, strengthens aud prevcM* its fallifrp off, ebecko dryness, and restores tfie proper" coh>nr, Jeradicatea senrf abd dandriff, keeps the hea<f delikrlitfully clean and cool, and the b«ir aOft and giooSv. LaSies wit) Mud it prenntftes the turl aNd wave of tbe hair, ard tbat the ekquisite perfuihe U nti fie Snd ndt at tainable in any other compound. Being tree from any iniurious mifl<-rd! or other admixture, it is naed by tbonsands of Mothers in the Nnrsary to beantify children'* hair, and prevent baldneax, scurf or any failing is after life. The Keope, in plain Enjili^, which any one CIIU prepare nt home, for rfie" rente, wiil be-satit free-by post, • on receipt 01 a directed envelope and tit penury mampb, lov Mr. H. ERNEST, J7, Crawa Terrace HaTeiwtock Hill, London. ADVICE GRATIS. A Medical man up*" wards of tweaty-six years in Losdon practice, ha* published a work shewing the ti ue cause of Nerrou* Mental, and Physical Debility, lownes* of spirits, indi#r s tion, want of energy, premature decline. tc.; with the means of core; wherby the following maladies are speedily and permanently removed and vigorous health reatored. Every torm aNd variety of debility, spermatorrhoea. ls*< situde, depression of spirits, Joss of erergy and appetite. pains in the buck and limbs, timidity, eeW distrust, tint ziness, love of-solitude, grbddle" fears, palpitation of tU« in* rt, noises in the bejld and ears, indecision, impaired sieht and -metuory, indtpestioii a, d bodily piostrition of • the whole! system. The most iniportaTit faet ttfat these alurnun^ complailttl. may be easily remored is clearly demonstia<e<l, and the entirely new and uniformly siiocees- ful treatment as followed out by the author fnlly explained. • by which all sufferers are enabled to cure themaeives per- fectly, and at tbe least possibla cost, without taking quack. menicine, or rniiinnir a doctor's brtK 'I he book will be sent on receipt of a stamped end directed mrt-lope, by lbr. RUSSKLL.dl, CLARENCE Rt) O. KF.N IISH TOWN. LlIN DuN. ThouxaBds of sufferers who hare fallen into a' ■ b d state, have borne grateful- testimony to tin- T*4ue ao ( simplicity of the advise given, which hSs pertectljr restored them-tr health.1 TO THE NERVOUS ANft DEBILITATBD. EVERY MAN HIS OWN DOCTOR. New Wnrk on the Self-Cnre of all diseases, hy a never failing made of treatment successfully practised by a Hospital Physician for many years past Tbiiw Bent is a true guide td sufferers from depteoeion of tpirit loss of memory, headache, dimness of sight, deaf»«-•«.. indigestion rheumatism, pains- in the back and limbs, loss of" appetite, palpitauorv of ihe heart, congh, premature det.line. consumption, prnstration, tteeit 'de. nervaos dt bility, aDd any form of meutirf or physical weak, resulting from loss of vitalty or nerve power. which, if not arrested, end. in early death or chronic disease. In hundreds of c-ses patients have enred themselves, after electricity, quack medicines, aud ordinary medical ttx-h, have failed to give r-lief. A eopy will he seat trots atz receipt of two penny stamps, by the publisher, Mt EBNKST. 17, Crown Terrace, Haveratock Mill. Uail^ I his remarkable Work, by an accomplished Physician' will I ring comfort to many who hav* been the victim* of quacks, impostors and inrnpaMe pra<tWoi ers."—Medi<ai Journal. "'I here is no qmu kery or learned mysterv 1ft, this book, b it a plain exposition of the caw«< symjH aud rational treatment of this pernicious clasa.of Adip^nsf, all set forth with the clearness of a praftKul man,, wisher to he understood, and tlie, earnestness m a cp, scientious man, who only wishes to be Hnspital Giizette- "Tbw work is popular in every «rr, • of the word, and its worth is nntald, t" tbo e whe ^aaiifr froui a fueling of shame, consult the family physician. Helf.t "Maogazine. HE MAGIC REMEDY. OXE BOX or ■ M THE VERNON PILL ivtattly telievies one speedily cores nervousness and ^en^rul weekneas T .« first dose will convince the sceptic of U. mafwilous pwwt r in any cases of indigestion, depiesai— of spfrtbt' ran 1, palpitatiun of the heart, rhoamatiam, Mahtw, head ark. stomach and liver cumplaiuta, and all farms af naii«w< irritability. It strengthens, reuovafes, and givaa hoalttif tone to the braiaand oervoUK system. A box sent pes. trNO receipt of four penny stamps, by !>r. TEhKOli, la.SyUsi t Road, Kentish Town, London. Ihoutnuids of tnliMai.li from grateful patients attest the wontltrfol dbcao J the VaulQJW Pilu NERVOUS DISEASES AND THEIR SPEF.B\ CURE. An origisil Work on tbo sea causes of IMPAIRED VITAL Dt-CLiy. Ft'SCTl'iNAL Dtll^HeEMEKTB'oBd U. various disorders of the >' tllVE HI KTCfUKKS. 1118 t-r bas been jostly eontidired tbe UBKAT £ 8T MlCfilCti \VORK OF THE AG K it describes the n«wi. *rwp4<Kte« aDd mode of treatment to be adopted to eflhet •yermas&t cure of all the most dangerous mti dM. Amongst u. '1 NKRYOUS DEHILIT1 leadioc to a thorough breaking up the eeasitution AKFE(T)OXS of the F Y rg end I IK ending in TOTAL BLf>DNESi* an4 IjEVFNKM ,,1tL, CROLI and DEPRESSION OP SPIRITS, terminating • IKSANITV PAINS in the ttACK and LOINS, torort «a*r« of FATAL AFFECTIONS OF THE 1LI UNITS. be. 9t< V>reon has for T\N EKTT Y EARS d himself to u. class of diseases, sad has diseoverr. a nsest B1M ri. METHOD OF TREATING THEM « „«t tfcs aas «t at r deleterious drag, it is worthy of note that aottl isesvlh the METHOD OF TREATING THEM « „«t tfcs aas «t at r deleterious drag, it is worthy of note that aottl isesvlh the physician had a delicacy in treating oases of D> hsM^. s mply becouss such disorders did aot raccive dus tlkMuo, and wara thus lelt to unquntiA^d persons, mneh So 1st yir- judice of the sufferer. Bnoh a atakJ of things had md*ir-r^ the author to pohlisli his experience for the bencftt eftbu2" rejjuirieg aid fiom legitimate aenrees Coot poat frea «i, re_eipt owo peno; stamps by »>r Vemoa, to, irhad i J Keohah Town, London. EKVOUS AND PHYSICAL D^KILI I V. Resulting from error* or tay a.lu r e4«*f. not as treated by Quacks with mineral poicoaa »n ( colon red water, fea eflectaslly eared br a aoral IM4 hisfhly sticoassful vigdo ef troaUaeat, discorerad by th; adTertiser who after many >e»r» ot axtrMae soflsr'n wax completely restored to 8Muact health. Pf,ml-t,, by feelings of humanity, lie thus asakes kaewa by which every sufterer is enabled to care him*t r perfectly AND AT the least pfsaible oaat, witlroat hav- ing recourse to advertising empirics e* their Vc«*4« t nostrums. He will be happy to f-rweiri the jsartirwtara to any sufferer on rec ipt of a stamped aad directed envelope —Address Mr. J. T.. SxvrxLf., 7. Musgrsre Cwaenl^ Fulhatn, London- LOANS and MORTGAGES.—MONEYS to LKND in SUMS of £ »0 anH AY war DA, «PO-' Personal security, at FIRE per cent. LAFEEREOA, iiv a')Ie from one to seven years. IHEW, several £ U.\T < upon Mortgage of freeliold and I^A.-CH'oltf Froper-.< from 3& per cent. TerwlI, ten to twenty-ONE JE^ S. NO cftnunis-ien CBWICE'L.—Apply, PERSONALIS, tvro-" ferred.) or by letter,to Mesars. Beran, 10, LINCOLN J TI n Fields, London. W.C. KB.-ba\ereû i. PAl" ble half-yearly, an I is not required in adranee. HEALTH A SOURCE OF HAPPXXJSM. IMPORTANT MEDICAL AND SOCIAL WOILK. By HENRY SMITH, M.B. Jeaa). LnUrp«d Kditloit, He P"p:'t". frea by poat, two stM^ps,t etivelwpea. T^EHILITATIXO AND NKITVOUS DIS^ S; the r t'ause, BrmpUKus, Cooseoneooes. an" Cur" 1 I II IS WURIí OIVKS DK. SMITH'S THE \TMMT (th- result of want..ix ears' spc i»i p » ui r) tor th« Onreoi al. "Pu' Mental I hy»icsi Dcjiression. Palp.Ut.ou of tha hewrt,' b'oises >: th^ H -a au.l Kais, In.l. c-.sion. Impair*! Si^ht aa>l Memor. • In iij^sti. n ,,t KnercT, i„ tk, Brc.k fw.stipati. Hlurh.iii; li\Fteri», ihxiiMM, Ma. p Heiaxnuoi., Ac, resultit* Iroiu JtThansiioo of htr, Power, the effect of Over-t-.ieJ Raerciea, KaerraUng U«h.. Hnut) «oil, Latr Over mid other ulntae* of i « which, ii *nd in premi»tar? J r *,Jh>VI.1 ANO/I.\8THI*CTI01C, IUuairfttod « t. Mid 19r4iinoriailsr with me»iis tw*ri >n Pmcb < •lo»H»ry of ferUi. In^Mrtoat H&t«i to o« obooci. 1 oy Pfttjetita f Free by port rtnay in envelops. \1J0MAN; Her Duties, Kelutions, aw! Poaition. Subject* teested: Oiethood Mftidw'-ooc. °Uru !rP* Moihf. hoid. Female lUJu.-atios H r rf, sut j ct* of Vital importance to W ouiso. 10 .K-A. .Hprcial Edition, llunnmu r. ESSKAVIKOS 08 Wuos, Uloth cilt, OM flhilling IMPORTANT TO COUNTRY PATIENTS. DR. H. SMITH, the Emtoaat Specie: • wi^» d« vot«d >wet7-air fears to tfie Sreobii-ni Weivoos and Wi,oting IHsi-aaea. w^t, for Ii., lit ■> tlhoae sfco ssiiasl skiiwait h—yrsonatfy.on r<-oe>vm^(d-r rii 01 their caM, oead bn i f t>ioo. frve et ehhres fadvioo. tor tlwir regtorx >■ a So kwM 4 ('■osMea, > > arm aT .4 .4- am OF-W hv post. AdJi-sa I>r H SHlfti. f Haw/w. V AJ,
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