Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

3 erthygl ar y dudalen hon



Free by post on receipt of Two Stamps to pay postage, 244 Pages. PJEBILITIES AND DERANGEMENTS OF THE GENERATIVE AND NERVOUS SYRTEM. CURED BY THE POSITIVE RE- DIES. THE BOOK OF POSITIVE RE- GIES. THE NAMES, NATURE, AND USE THE POSITIVE MEDICINES «VHICH VLT USED BY DR. SMITH FOR THIRTY 5 FC/ARS ARE NOW PUBLISHED IN "THE °OOK OF POSITIVE MEDICINES." This Book is invaluable to the NERVOUS and DYSPEPTIC, and to those whose Constitutions *je become Debilitated from Irregularities of ~"e, Intempraoce, Climate, Over-taxed or Abused ywJnergies, Late Hours, City Life, Woiry, Brain Toil, Old Age or Disease. GIVES THE NAME IN ENGLISH OF ALL THE MEDICINES for the cure of all Diseases of the Nervous System, Nervous Debility, Mental rmd Physical Depression, Palpitation of the HearL, Guises in the Head and Ears, Indecision, Impaired Sight, and Memory, Indigestion, Loss of Energy, Pains in the Back' Constipation, Blushing, Hysteria, Timidity, Self- distrust, Dizziness, Love of Solitude, Groundless Fears, Muscular Relaxation, Loss of Sleep, Faulty Nutrition, Loss of Flesh, Weakness, Pimples, Diffidence, Loss of Nerve Power, &c., &c. GIVES THE NAMES OF THE POSITIVE MEDICINES FOR THE CURE OF EACH DISEASE. SHORT, SIMPLE, AND PRACTICAL IN- STRUCTIONS FOR THE CURE OF ALL DISEASES BY THE POSITIVE REMEDIES. In this GUIDE-BOOK OF POSITIVE RE- MEDIES" will be found a LIST OF ALL DISEASES, and everything that a Country Invalid should know for SELF-TREATMENT. Sent direct from the Publisher, H. SMITH & Co., Positive Remedy Laboratory, 26 Southampton Row, London, W.C. FEMALE P.TfjLS. DR. SMITH'S FEMALE PILLS ARE A POSITIVE REMEDY IN ALL OBSTRUCTIONS AND IRREGULARITIES to y^ch Females are subject—Headache, Depression 2* Spirit, Sickness, Sallowness, of the Skin Pimples, ackache, and all Discharges. oTJ 6li us'ng these ('ills, the body and nerves are restored or a Vigour. Sold in Boxes (containing sufficient p ,e Cure) priee 2a. 9d. May be had direct from the nn.t3lne'ors on receipt of Thirty-four Stamps. Sent by Post to any address. H. SMITH & Positive Remedy Laboratory, 26 ,Southampton How, London, W.C. John E. Keirby, PATENTEE AND MANUFACTURER OF STEAM PACKING, SWINTON. NEAR MANCHESTER. Spare Platted Elastic Steam Packing FOR PISTON RODS, PISTONS, PUMPS, &c I FRENCH CHALK PACKING, HYDRAULIC PACKING, GLYCERINE PACKING, "RED LEAD It 0 PEP A C KIN G or Man- Holes, CylinderCovers, Steam Joints, &c WIKE GAUZE STEAM PACKING RINGS, Artfl every description of tacking, ROUND, SQUARE, AND FLAT. Samples and Prices on Application Under the distinguished Patronage of the Biitish Admiralty. Ihe Honourable Corporation of Trinity House London. ESTABLISHED 1864. Lyons; I A/ WRITING »G0RYINC Ink Sold by all Stationers. lHE RIGHT IHINO IN THE RiGHT PL A CE. BEECHAM'S PILLS ARE admitted by thousands to be worth above a GUINEA A BOX, for bilious and nervous disorders such as wind and pain at the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fullness and swellness after meals, dizziness and drowsiness cold chilis, flushing of heat, loss of appetite, shortness of breath costive. ness, scurvy, blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep frightful dreams, and all nervous and trembling sensations, &c., &c. The first dose will give relief in 20 minutes. This is no fiction, for they have done it in thou- sands of cases. The Proprietor of these Pills have- ing obtained (at great expense) a patent for them, he challenges the whole world to produce a medcine equal to them for removing the above-named com- plaints, and restoring the patient to sound and lasting health. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of these Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable as a few dosee of them carry off all gross humours open all obstructions, and bring about all that is reo quired. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal Beecham's Pills, for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given | with each box they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. Beecham's Magic Cough Pills. reinetly for Coughs in general, Asthma, Ti u? 10 ^reathing, Shortness in the Breath, gntness and Oppressior of the Chest, Wheezing, these Pills stand unrivalied and anyone Jabour- Ing uDder any of the above complaints need only try jBOX, to prove that they are the best ever ottered to the public, Asthmatic and Consumptive Roughs, Hoarseness, nnd opprdssion of the Chest. They speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of Breathing, which nightly deprive the cnnfnt*° They give almost instant relief and and' °TOI ° afilitted with the above distressing ne^ec,&d) dangerous complaints; Let plaints trpublfed with any of the above com* Thea^KKCHAM'S COUGH PILLSatrfal. moved. y ,0leV Cough will in a short time be re» Facts are\prt/ comment upon 8TI ? s,ye l^an arguments, and to superfluous. The ext facts. as the above would be Pills prove uninistakIw?rdiL ary sale of Beerham's best and safest mediciZ1 they are ooe of the disease and sickness win nsn(a^ t]ie Present day for after taking a few doses of theaV-"a «in*aS?1ll0,,S0» CAUTION—The public are requea?Pc,fI the words''Beecham's ini's.ltf'vV" Government Giamp ■-iS-ed *o each b^'xh'P- if not en, t'aey are a forg2«r. -s» Prepared only, rp¡! sol-' v^ojeaa'e and h the p-onrietcr, T. Chenvst, St. Lancashire, ia 1;CY.3S -t Is. H;-« and 2s. f eV-v.' Sent post free from the proprietor for 11, 15 z stamps. ai^Druggiitt and Patent Mtdieine Dealer in the N .B.-Fall directions are given with each box. SA N D. White's London Cement, Plaster Paris. Mortar 11 air, &c., all of the best quality, at EVAN THOMAS & CO.'S, Ironmongers, and Miner's Lamp Manufacturers, ,M It MlP .1]£ JI 1E PRICE ON APPLICATION ODOURLESS, SMOKELESS, PORTABLE, SAFE, CLEANLY AND ECONOMICAL. I I N G I L L E ;s s4 RPATENTOIL C PRIZE MEDAL OIL COOKING j STOVES 1 RmBmBQjkFmHm IN fÁGT WILL DO THE WHOLE WORK OF KITCHEN FIRE, CAN BE LIT OR EXTINGUISHED IN A MOMENT. SAVE KEEPING A FIRE IN WARM WEATHER. COMFORT AND ECONOMY IN SUMMER COOKING. P 'j 03 fnm n of Tronmi-.n^rg TV.a'ers throughout th^ World. Full Illnslrated List and name of nearest Agent will bo ior.v.w •, >•> a cvnnv o CooUor. trap, on RnpMcVJAn to the BvU M.aniU?.«turei8, on receipt of port TTin I.AI'P COMPANY. BJBWTNrjrr*H. Pears So3,"D Fair white hands@.L Bright clear complexloii Soft healthful slilii. LATEST NEWS OF THE WAR IN EGYPT. The following notices are selected from the Thousand Newspapers which quoted and expressed most commendatory opinions of the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE FROM THE SOUDAN, INCLUDING DESPATCHES FROM KORTI, GAKDUL, MEKAWI, AND THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE FJIOH KHARTOUM THE PALL MALL GAZETTE says Of the heroic THE SPORTSMAN:—" Many people have been march to the Nile:—" The palm for description must be struck with the vivid pictures of events waich succeeded given to the Correspondent of the LONDON DAILY Abu Klea, and which appeared in the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE, whose despatch is not only much the CHRONICLE." longest, but also the most vivid in its colouring and THE DOVER STANDARD:—"A Compliment to realistic in its narrative." Journalism.—The graphic accounts of tlw LONDON THE ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE says of the dashing DAILY CHRONICLE Correspondent with General fight before Metammeh:—" Nothing seems to have Stewart's force have attracted great attention." escaped the attention of the Correspondent of the THE SURREY ADVERTISER AND COUNTY LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE and the whole story TIMES :—" The battles of Abu Klea and of Gubat will is told with a quiet and full particularity which-to use in the hands of some future Napier-like historian fill a a very hackneyed phrase-leaves nothing to b desired." glorious page in British records. fortunate !y the story THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE of Feb. 1 complains is at hand in the columns of description telegraphed by of Lord Wolseley's' confused despatch relating to Gen. the Special Correspondents of our daily contemporaries Stewarts: "brilliant success;" and adds: "Among notably by that of the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE, the press telegrams the next morning the LONDON which a consensus of opinion in press circles admits DAILY CHRONICLE'S was the only good one." has shot at once to the front in its splendidly-written BOLTON EVENING NEWS:—" There is news this account of the last battle in which our iittle but gallant morning of a most startling character regarding events at force under Stawart rolled back the tremendous onset the seat of war in the Soudan. The first authority for the of the Arabs." Information of the Fall of Khartoum was the LONDON NEWCASTLE DAILY JOURNAL" The tele- DAILY CHRONICLE, which has been conspicuous for grams of the fighting before Metammeh were through- excellent accounts of recent battles in the Soudan." out of the most brilliant character. The palm for des- PENNY ILLUSTRATED PAPER:—"A veteran War cription must this time be given to the Correspondent Correspondent, Mr. Charles Williams, won the Press of the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE." laurel for his animated account of the Battle of MANCHESTER DAILY NEWS:—" The most con- Metammeh, in Mr. Edward Lloyd's popular newspaper, secutive narrative appears in the LONDON DAILY the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE." CHRONICLE, from the pen of Mr. Charles Williams, NEWPORT ECHO:—"All authorities are agreed and the descriptive touches in this long account are that the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE takes the just what one might have expected from suchaprac- palm for its masterly description of the battle before tiged writer, whose telegrams go to the LONDON Metamipeh." DAILY CHRONICLE." QtREAT liORTDOW 3VEWSPAFER. Sixty-four Columns, One Penny. DAILY CHRONICLE Enormous G REA T SUCCE S S. Sale. More Late News than any other Daily Paper. To be had of all Newsagents. TELEGRAMS.-News and Correspondence from all LAW.-Special Reports of aU Chancery and Civil S&SIJJS" mo." "p o<"»a,»- ™toiSoS ssasa?™ ™4 0oui,"j' PARLIAMENT.-Wire laid on from both Houses into MARKETS from all parts, specially reported. the Office of this Journal. SHIPPING.—Wrecks and Casualties, Foreign Arrivals, SPORTING.—Latest Racing, Betting, Cricket. Football JJome Sailinss and Arrivals, Mail and Steamship Rowing, Sailing, Athletics, &c. News. Aparts.ULTURE'—LateSt AgricuItura,l News from 411 Our lastEn^gh^s T^fg^mi^rom all ptrts of England Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. CHEAPEST AND BEST ADVERTISING PAPER. Advertisements MUST be pre-paid. Post. Office Orders to be made payable at Ludgate Circus, to EDWARD LLOYD, Fleet Street. J Office-DAILY CHRONICLE BUILDINGS, FLEET ST., LONDON. E.O. i.-n" e =sa RENOWNED REMEDIES. .=HO,LLOWAY,s PI -L.S- OINTMENT THE PillS I Purify the Blood, correct all Disorders of the B LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, AND BOWELS, | They invigorate and restore to health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable in all Complaints S incidental to Females of all ages. For Children and the aged they are priceless. jB THE OINTMENT I Is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores and Ulcers. It is famous jS for Gout and Rheumatism. FOR DISORDERS OF THE CHEST IT HAS NO EQUAL. H FOR SORE THROATS, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, COLDS, g Glandular Swellings, and all,Sldn Diseases it has no rival; and for contracted and stiff joints it 9 acts iike a cnarm. t") • ] The Pills and Ointikent are sold at THOMAS HOLLOWAY'S Establishment, B /*8s NEW OXFORD STREET (LATE 53^, OXFORD STREET), LONDON; PI "Iso ^TT rearly e-'ery respectable VeScLo' Medicine, in Boxes and at is. 2s. tyd,, 6^ f 1 r- *zzs. and 33*. each. The is. 9d. size contains three times the quantity of tho smallest size the j "j. 5d. size six the 11^. size sixteen; the 22s. size thirty-three and the 33J. size fifty-two tim«s tlis quantity of the smaller Boxes and Pots. yi y Full printed directions are affixed to each Box and Pot, and can be had in any language. ■ ■ N.B.—Advice Gratis at the above address, daily, between the hours of 11 and 4, or by lettwr. fl 1 Haa^aB^KSnBB«BBBSBHeaK!BBB99BRBBBSESBnHBHHBH

xTlie Aberdare Burial Board…