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RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE, 51, NORTH PARADE. jOSN JAMBS is always foremost in the field- The first to combat and the last to yield. That competition is the life of trade is an axiom long ago appreciated by the Public; and the Proprietor of the new.RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE is never so happy as when he is competing: or Bargains and Prizes in the Fruit Market, how fortunate he has been will be best evidenced by a perusal of the following list of articles, and retailed at prices which must delight and astonish his friends. Old King Christmas he must stare When he reads this Bill of Fare. CURRANTS. RAISINS. Per lb. p<*lb Good Currants 3d. Good Raisins Fine Patras 4d. Fine ditto Finest Vostizza 5d. Very choice, all large TABLE RAISINS. Finest Muscatel Raisins 10d„ Is., and Is. 2d. per lb. Finest Jordan Almonds Is- 8d., 2s., and 2s. 6d. per ORANGES. LEMONS. St. Michael and other Oranges, affording a choice Malaga and other Lemons in great variety. selection. » -O JJ- Who makes my Christmas Pudding nice, TV ho, when happy Christmas comes Flavors it with best Mixed Spice, Surrounded by his smiling sons, Citron, Peel, and Lemon choice? Supplies me with the finest Plums? MY GROCER. MY GROCER. Who the best Sultanas sells Who provides my Christmas fare Spanish Grapes and Muscatels, With the choicest Currants rare. And in the dessert excels? Rich and sweet beyond c^>a^oCER. MY GROCER. TEAS. Having ransacked the markets for the choicest description of Fruit, the Proprietor of the new Railway Tea Warehouse directed his attention to select some of the rarest TEAS for the Thristmas Dartv • and he has been fortunate enough to secure some exceedingly rich and rare qualities, so that'the families of Aberystwyth may delight their friends with a more than usu- ally delicious cup of Tea. -v- Per lb. No. Per lb. the proprietor calls especial attention 2s. 8d. imp Who supplies my Christmas Tea, Who makes spirits freely flow, Full of strength and purity, Wisdom, wit, and humour too, And as choice as it can be? By his rare Assam Pecoer MY GROCER. MY v*KUCER. Who makes voices fit for song, Who hands me a brimming cup, Rich and mellow, full and strong, Fit for Jupiter to sup, Ev his fine new crop Souchong? Gunpowder, the finest crop ? us nue v MY GROCER. MY GROCER. WINES. In the festive season a glass of really good Wine is a desideratum "devoutly to be wished," and the Proprietor of the new Railway Tea Warehouse is happy to oc • 0 Wines for Christmas are of the rarest vintages and of excellent quality; f. j 'i Madeiras, and Champagnes unsurpassed, for he is determined his Christmas n a la the best Wines that can be procured. WHITE WINES. RED WINES. No. Boz. Bott. No I«Z'!IB°1H Sherry, 1, agreeable light Wine i6s. ls. 4d. Port i,S0Hnd useful Wine. •— £ «• £ JJ- Ditto, 2, excellent Dinner Wine 20s. ls. 8d. Ditto, 2, fine fruity Wine l^'ed Ditto, 3, standard Pale W me 24s. 2s. Od. Ditto 3, full flavoured Old Wm 30a. 2s. 6d. Ditto, 4, standard Gold me 24s. 2s. Od. Ditto, 4 dry old Wine, *eCO™mr60s Ditto, 5, very soft, pale, nutty flavor 30s. 2s. 6d. Ditto Old Crusted do., 48s., 54., & bus. Ditto, 6, ditto gold, ditto 30s. 2s. 6d- WHITE FRENCH WINES. RED FRENCH WINES. Sauterne fine quality i8s. is. 6d. Claret, Yin Ordinaire, reco^memjed 16s. Is. 4d. Ditto, extra quality, recommended 24s. 2s. Od. Ditto,Medock,excellen Burgundy, fine quality Is8. Is. 6d. Ditto, St. Emilion, delicate alter dm Ditto, extra quality, recommended. 24$. 2s. Od. ner Wine n r jQ_ Other choice wines, 30s. to bus. per aoz. MARSALAS. SPARKLING WINES. Marsala, finest imported 24s. 2s. Od. Champagne, fine quality, recommen- Ditto, good sound Wine, grown in ded •' tQ „ Sicily 16s. Is. 4d. Champagne, fine quality, pinta •••• 8s. 2s. Od. BURGUNDIES. BURGUNDIES. Burgundy,finesoftWine^ecommended 208" is. 8d. Masden, afull-bodied Red Wine, from Ditto, extra quality, highly reCom- the South of France. It resembles mendcd 30s- Who, when Christmas holds his court, Who, when all around are merry, Supplies me with his fine old Port, And the joke is pleasing very, The richest and the wrc^or £ ROCBIL Furnishes a brilliant Sherry GRQCER Who the choicest vintage vends, Who puts wit into my brainy And a rich Madeira sends And my thoughts in happy » To delight my Christmas^en^oCER. By a sParkIinS fine Ch UYn GROCER. SPIRITS. Gin and other Cordials are all in the highest possible condition, an he hopes wi the conviviality and harmony of the social circle. Brandy, Pale or Brown, very useful 36s. 3s. Od. Whisky, Scotch,very old, recommended 38s. 3s. 2d. Ditto, ditto, highly recommended 42s. 3s. 6d. Ditto, ditto, 10 years old, • Ditto, ditto, Martell's finest imported Whisky, Irish, fine old, 38o. 3s. 2d. in Wood 60s. 4s. 2d.' Ditto, ditto, 10 years old, equal to Ditto, ditto, Martell's own Bottling. 56s. 4s. 8d. Brandy 3Qs. 2s 6d Hennessey's own Bottling 54s. 4s. 6d. Rum, fine Jamaica ••••' GGG g8 QJ* Gin, fine London, very strong 26s. 2s. 2d. Ditto, extra quality, very old Gin, Old Tom, finest made 30s. 2s. 6d. Who provides me always handy Who, when "kissing time has come, Very finest Cognac Brandy, Mistletoe and lots °f -Rum? And as sweet as Sugar Candy ? Fills the punch-bowlW1 GROCER. MY GROCER. Who. when friends are flocking in, Who is it makes old Daddy brisky, ^i°UrrPtKC^sins thick and thin, Positively young and friskj,, Cheers th«m „uh Cordua Gm? By his Scotch and Irak J^oCER. Mx (jKOOiliK. But Who's my Grocer ?" you should know, You 11 find famous juart below. JOUN JAMES, RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. JOHN KNIGHT'S PRIMROSE SOAP. A Hk tlle raany advantages attending the openingRailway Tea Warehouse, J CONS> \ea8t is the Proprietor's obtaining the exclu P 8»E of selling John Knight and boas worid.famed Primfose and other description of Soaps. JJe^Ee ProprfS11 not be awarded to any other tradesman1 m AberystWyt^ by agreement between ^roPnetor and th.g egtablish^d and distinc/uished *um. Tnhn a°d Sons' Primrose Soap, 5d., or ^jd. by the JSQ„LGT?T-ADD S0Q8' Fine Pale S°aP' 4^' °r 4d* Tnhn Kn^ght and Sons' Pale Soap, 4d., or 3fd. by the Bar. a,Ul S°ns' Best Mottled, 4id., or 4d. by .he Bar. e "»">« on each Bar,—JOHN KNIGHT & SONS. JOHN JAMES, Proprietor. NOTICE. •9. wo uocweusg Auctioneer 4- Valuer, RESPECTFULLY intimates to the inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood of Aberyst- wyth, that at the solicitation of many intends carrying on the business of AUCTIONEExi AND VALUER, and that from this date will be open to conduct Sales of Furniture, Stock, Merchan- dize, and other property that may be entrusted to him. J. W. R. hopes, by adopting a system of moderate charges, combined with strict integrity, to merit a share of public support. IJDIEDIATE CASH SETTLE- MENTS the day after Sale, if required, and MONET ADVANCED upon all descriptions of property consigned for absolute Sale. NB.-Reference to Bankers 2", Little Dark-gate Street, Oct. 26th, 1867. MARBLE AND STONE WORKS, SWAN HILL, SHREWSBURY. R. DODSON RESPECTFULLY begs to intimate that the JY) Show Rooms contain a large collection of Marble. Stone, & Enamelled Slate Chimney Pieces, Marble & Stone Mural Monuments. Cemetery & Churchyard Memorials, Fonts, Fountains, Vases, &c. Designsforwardedfor inspection; and commu- nications by letter will receive immediate attention T. BUBB, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, PAINTER, AND HOUSE DECORATOR, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS respectfully to intimate that at the insti- gation of several resident gentry to set up here in the above line, be has taken to the business of the late Mr. John Williams, Portland Street; and hopes, by strict attention to all orders he may be favoured with, combined with very moderate charges, to merit public patronage and support. Rufford's Baths; Closets and Urinals of various descriptions, suitable for gentlemen's houses. A large stock of Paper Hangings. TRY POOLE'S BREAD! 26, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, (Opposite the National Provincial Bank,) WARRANTED Genuine, and stamped "Poole" W on the top of every Loaf. H. POOLE also professes to sell Goods of every de- scription in PASTRY, of the very best quality,—viz., SEED, GERMAN FRUIT, and other CAKES, in great variety if not on hand, will be made on the shortest notice. Also, Soups, JELLIES, CUSTARDS, BLANC MANGE, PIES, TARTS, PUDDINGS, &c., suited for invalids and others, to order. British Wines-Lemon ade- Soda Water-Sherbet- Ginger Beer, &fc. Sfc. TALBOT WINE & SPIRIT VAULTS, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWITH. JR. JONES begs most respectfully to inform • the Inhabitants of Aberystwyth and the-Publie generally that he has laid in an extensive Stock of WINES & SPIRITS, of the very finest quality, di- rect out of bond: Also, a large supply of BURTON EAST INDIA PALE ALE; GUINNESS & Co.'s EXTRA STOUT PORTER in Casks, Bottled, or on Draft; also, FRENCH WINES, at the reduced duties, at the very lowest prices. 300 Gold and Silver Watches to select from, At Nos.40&.7, PIER STREET, Aberystwith. J. TITUSCOTT, Œt1atrtmafitf. .1Jd»tII tT.ifbtr:o OPTICIAN, ETC. Established, 1848. Gentlemen's Patent Lever Watches, in £ s. d. £ t. d. strong GoW Cases, from 10 10 0 to 25 0 0 Ladies'ditto (fitfo. from 10 10 0 to 20 0 0 Patent LeverWatches,in SilverCases,from 4 4 0 to 10 10 0 Flat Horizontal batches, ditto, from. 2 2 0 to 8 10 0 Warranted to perform correctly, & a Twelvemonth's trial given. The most complicated Watches repaired and ad- justed. Watch Glasses of every size and description fitted immediately. W Gold Chains, Wedding Rinas, and Plate sold according to weight. If your Hair Is weak or falling- off, try LEWTON'S CELEBRATED BOTANIC HAIR WASH. TESTIMONIALS from AII PARTS of THE world. Prepared only by EDWARD LEWTON Hair Cutter and Perfumer to His Royal Highness Prince Arthur, and His Imperial Highness Prince Lucien Buonaparte. iVb. 15, Pier Street, Aberystwith. BSIR A> EXTENSIVE STOCK OF PRIMB CIGARS. FANCY TOYS, &c. ^=S\ ESTABLISHED 1854. 13, Great Darh-gatt Street Aberystnith, DAVID THOMAS, 'ratcl1 and Cloclc Maker Jeweller, SilversmitJt,$c. The most Improved Watches and r^l blocks ai very reduced prices. A twehemonth's trial given ifrequired. Watches & Clocks cleaned and repaired on the shortest notice. COLD WEDDINC RINCS. ELECTRICITY IS LIFE. HEALTH AND MAXHOOD RESTORED f Without Medicine J. Cure yourself by the Patent Self-Adjusting Curative and Electric Belt. SUFFERERS from Nervous Debility, Painful S Dreams, Mental and Physicial Depression, Palpitation of the Heart, Noises in the Head and Ears, Indecision, Impaired Sight and Memory, In- digestion, Prostration, Lassitude, Depression of the Spirits, Loss of Energy and Appetite, Pains in the Bad and Limbs, Timidity, Self-Distrust, Dizziness, Love of Solitude, Groundless Fears,$'c., CAN NOW CURE THEMSELVES By the only Guaranteed Remedy in Europe, pro- tected by Her Majesty's Great Seal. Details free for One Stamp by H. JAMES, Medical Electrician to the London Hospitals, Percy House, Bedford Square, London. N.B.—Medicine and Fees superseded. In proof of the efficacy herein advocated, the Patentee will send the remedies to be tested before payment. I (References to the leading Physicians of the day.) ELLIS'S PATENT ROOFING FELT, the best and cheapest WATERPROOF COVERING for SHEDS, &c., also as a lining under slates for roofs of public buildings, factories, &c. May be had of respectable ironmongers, timber merchants, water- proofers, and ropemakers, and S. ELLIS & CO., MANUFACTURERS, 23, Strand-street, Liverpool. CHRIST'S COLLEGE, BRECKNOCK- FOUNDED BY K. HENRY VIII., A.D. 1541. 'THIS COLLEGE, theBuildings of which, includ- ing the Chapel, have been handsomely restored, offers a Classical or Commercial Education, upon the System of the best Public Schools, and on the most Moderate Terms. It is co- verned by the Bishops of St. David's and Llandaff, the Lord- Lieutenant of Brecknockshire, and other Gentlemen of distinc- tion in South Wale*. Its Grounds are extensive, and its site is one of almost unrivalled attraction. There are Vacancies for a limited number of Boarders at £50 per annum, inclusive ofiS Tuition, for which, and for all other particulars, application may be made to Mr. F. WATKllfs, Registrar of Christ's College, Bi-ecknock. TO BE LET, and UNFURNISHED APART- ystwyth at 28' Lit'tle Dark-gate Street, Aber- Apply on the premises. WINTER FASHIONS. No. 9, PIER STREET, & No. 1, LITTLE DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. HUGH DAVIES BEGS respectfully to announce that his Stock of WINTER. GOODS is now ■ ready for inspection. The latest Novelties in DRESSES, MANTLES, JACKETS, SHAWLS, &c., &c. A large Stock of BLANKETS, FLANNELS, &c., for Charities. 1fT Nicoll's Ready-made Clothing. S. A L L SOP P & SON. G. CARESWELL, Agent for Aberystwyth, HAS now on hand a Supply of MILD & BITTER ALES. Office: 9, Portland Street, Aberystwyth. TO BtrII-DERSj& OTHERS. Aberystwyth &, Bronygof Brick, Tile, & Pipe Company, Limited. BRICKS, FLOORING TII-^S' &c., supplied on the shortest notice from the Company's Yard, BRONYGOF. Orders received at the Manager's Office, Queen's Road, And at Mr. D. H. Evans, Office, Railway Station, Aberystwyth. TRY ROWLAND EVANS' SO U C H 0 N G, ,on At 2s. 6(1. per lb. UNRIVALLED FOR THE PRICE! SPECIAL MAJtCBES FOM SPRING. GRIFFIN, MORRIS, AND GRIFFIN'S PATENT BONE MiLX^UZtZSS, Carefully prepared for the requirements of every Crop. CERES WORKS, WOLVERBAMPTON. Agent, Sir. TAMES McILQUHAM, Bridge-End House, Aberystwyth. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, ABERYSTWYTH. DIvprE SERVICES are held at the above place of Worship every Sunday, at 11 a m. and 6 p. m. School t past 2. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at 7. Just Published, Price One Penny, JENKINS' HOUSEHOLD ALMANACK, AND YEAR-BOOK OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE For 1868, CONTAINS the rising and setting of the Sun and CONTAINS the rising and setting of the Sun and Moon a copious Calendar Postage Rates Law Terms; Tables of Stamps and Taxes; Eclipses; Notes to the Calendar, &c.; Golden Gleanings, with Plain Meanings; Few Words Sufficeth to a Wise Man; the Lessons that Difficulties Teacb; the Im- portance of Little Things Just as the Twig is Bent the Tree's Inclined; the Windows of the Soul should be kept Bright; a String of Diamonds; a good Wife makes a good Husband in the Husband Wis- dom—in 'he Wife Gentleness; but Gentle Words are always Gain; and much other valuable and impor- tant matter. Aberystwyth published by D. Jenkins, 8, Pier-street. /LEE^FEI^INS^ I WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. | t j Pronounced ( :|S Be careful j j by Connoisseurs fcl to ask for j I THE ONLY li#|» "LEA & PERRINV" Uavpeji!!IIs j "GOOD SAUCE," SAUCE, j %• See name on wrapper* label, bottle, and j stopper. Sold by Crosse & Blackwell, London, [ • and by all dealers in Sauces. i BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS, j LEA & PERRINS, j [ WORCESTER. MONTHLY MARKET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a MONTHLY IvrA-RKET will be held at the above place On the Tuesday preceding the first Wednesday in each Month, For the Sale of CATTLE, HORSKS, SIIEEP, PIGS, CORX, BUTTER, CUEESE, POILTRY, &C. A great number of Butter-merchants, Butchers, Pig-dealers, and Corn-merchants, have promised to attend the above Market; and for the convenience of buyers from a distance. the day before the Car- marthen Monthly Market has been fixed for holding he Tregaron Market. A Prize of 5s will be given at the first Market for the best Fat Pig, and 2s. 6d. for the second best. The Dealers earnestly solicit an early attendance. Market Tickets at about a single fare for the double journey "ill be issued from all Stations on the Manchester and Mitford Railway. 0RDER MOCHO HOUSE, 12, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Established 1836. JOHN MORGAN, LAPIBAEY JEWELLER, PEBBLES CUT & POLISHED. All kinds of Jewellery made and repaired on the shortest notice- The utmost value given for old Gold and Silver. SWEEP YOUR CHIMNEYS? DAVID JENKIN JONES, 11, QUEEN STREET, BEGS to return his best thanks to his friends and supporters for the patronage so largely be- stowed upon him. He also begs to inform the public generally, that he has engaged the services of an EXPERIENCED CHIMNEY SWEEP, who will always be ready at a moments' notice to execute any orders sent to the above address. CHAT ABOUT TEA. Bless me what's the matter, What is all this chatter? It surely cannot lie for nought; •' O no, Mrs. B. Says the shrewd Mrs. G., "It's all about Tea that I've bought. My neighbour has got Such a Tea for the pot, I determined to go to his mart; And ne'er did I sup, In my old china cup, Such a Souchong to cheer up the heart. And what do you think? It made my eye wink, When he told me the very low price, For the best Three & Four, He asked me no more, For a Tea-leaf remarkably choice. The first cup I took— An ague that shook My poor limbs, and made my heart wince, All at once went away, On the very same day, Aud I have been well ever since. No wonder I told, The Tea that he sold, To all my good neighbours so pat. That's the buz that you've heard, And I say 'pon my word, The leaf is the neighbourhood's chat." "0, then, Mrx. G., I'll go there for my Tea, My husband's so cross and so crusty, He w'ont drink a drop, Bought at "you know who's" shop, He says it's so stale and so musty." APPLICATION. a The Tea that caused this wond'rous chat, You'll always find and purchase at JAMES' RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE, North Parade, Aberystwyth. G. T. SMITH, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, ACCOUNTANT, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, 24. Great Dark-gate Street, BEGS very respectfully to thank the Nobility, Gentry, Professional Gentlemen, and inhabi- tants generally of Aberystwyth and the surrounding district for the patronage and confidence he has re- ceived during the six years he has been in business as an Auctioneer and Valuer, and assures them no effort shall be wanting on his part to give them satis- faction and to merit a continuance of their support. Furniture Sales cashed if required, and promptly settled: and Sales and Valuations oj every descrip- tion of property effected. I ————. This wonderful Ointment acts like magic in the cure of old wounds, sores, and til PPTS however inveterate. It's effect is marvellous in cases of paralysis, contracted or stiff 'joints,;and in stoppage of the water or disorders of the kidneys it is unequalled 3AD LEGS, BAD BEEASTS, -ETC?. In many: hospitals in Europe this celebrated remedy is now in general use. T <?nain Portugal, and in Italy, the Physicians regulariy prescribe its use for sores and' ulcers. Sailors, soldiers, emigrants, and miners find it moat invaluable. ninhment and Pills should be used conjointly in most of the following cases: iileum" Eruptions Piles Sore Heads Asthma Glands, Enlargement of Rheumatism Tip Doloareax Bad Legs gOQfc ° Scrofula Wheezing, with difficulty of Bad Brea-sts Lumbaro Sore Throats Breathing Bronchitis J g«h. (jj_ JJT1 ON:—None are genuine unless the words Holloway, London," are, IT CA. JJT1 ON. -None are genuine unless the words Holloway, London," are, discernible as a Water-mark in "every leaf of the book of directions which may be nlainly seen by holding it to the light.-— Sold at the manufactory of Profes- sor HOIXOWA?, 244, Strand, London, and by all Dealers in Medicine, in pots at 1 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., and 33s.—There is a considerable saving by f.fli-ing the larger sizes.—Very copious directions for use are affixed to each pot. L- MR. INGLIS BERVON, ORGANIST OF ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH Teacher of the Organ, Pianoforte, and Singing. NO. 23, PORTLAND STREET. nianofortes Tuned, ffc.—Single Lessons given for the convenience of Visitors. HAVERFORDWEST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER, REV. W. SCOTT, M.A., JH. Worcester Coll., Oxford, Second Classman in Classics, and late senior Assistant-Master of the Welsh Collegiate Institution, Llandovery. Terms for Boarders, under twelve years of age, 35 Guineas per annum above that age, 40 Guineas. A sound Classical, Mathematical, and English Education will be given, University distinction as- pired to, and particular attention paid to the intended future career of pupils and the wishes of parents. The Residence is large and very healthily situated. Address, Rev. W. Scott, Grammar School, Haver- fordwest. LLEDROD & YSTRADMEURIC GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. THE above SCHOOLS will be re-opened on TUES- DAY, the 11th day of FEBHCAKY, 1868, under the management of the REV. Lewis EVANS, B.A., of Oriel College; assisted by the REV. JOHN JONES, B.A., of Jesus College, Oxford. Rooms with the Head Master at 501, per annum, including Tuition. Every attention paid to the improvement of the mind and body. Punctual attendance required. Ystrudmeurig, Jan. 30th, 1868. PRIME HAY. TO BE SOLD, AT FFOSRHYDGALED, 30 TONS OF HAY, Well Harvested. FARMERS, POULTRY DEALERS,&C.— Wanted to Purchase, Daily or Weekly, every descripticn of Poultry established in a locality and surrounded by the nobility and gentry good prices can be had, and therefore can be given. Apply, with particulars, whether large or small quantities, to H. Iliffe, 20, Little Corani-street, Russell-square, W. C.-N.B. The nobility and gentry waited upon in the neighbourhood of Russell-square, Bedford- square, Tavistock-square, and a circuit of two miles, for daily orders hotels, clubs, &c. Aberystwyth Slate Works, MOOR STREET. Tomb Stones, Monuments, Chimney Pieces, CISTERNS, &c., MADE TO ORDER. N.B. These Works are fitted up with superior Planing and Sawing Machines, so that Floorings, and any order in Slate work, can be executed with despatch. ELLIS & OWEN, Proprietors. THE ABERYSTWYTH FOUNDRY. THE Business of this Foundry has been pur- chased by us, and will in future be caried on under the firm of DURIE & DAVIS." The general knowledge of the particular trade of the district, acquired by the long connection of our Mr John Davis with the Foundry, and the experience of Mr Durie as a Civil Engineer, will enable the firm to undertake any class of work which the extended requirements of the neighbourhood demand. In addition to the manufacture of Steam Engines, Boilers, Plaining and Sawing Machines, Water Wheels, Mining and Quarry Machinery, the general business of Engineers & Iron and Brass Founders will be carried on. The Stock will consist of Steel for Boring Tools, &c.; Bar and Angle Iron, of various sections; Tram Rails, Waggons, &c., &c. JAMES DURIE. Aberystwyth, 17th Jan., 1868. JOHN DAVIS. ABERYSTWYTH & DEVIL'S BRIDGE ROYAL MAIL, VIA TY'NLLIDIART, GOGINAN, & PONTERWYD. R STARLING, of the Queen's Hotel Livery and • Posting Yard, respectfully begs to inform the public that henceforward he will run a COVERED CARRIAGE between ABERYSTWYTH and DEVIL's BRIDGE daily, for the conveyance of Passengers, ParceU, &c., leaving the Post Office, Aberystwyth, at 11 a.m., and arriving at Devil's Bridge at 1 30, returning at 2 45 p.m. FARES:— Single Journey. s. d. From Aberystwyth to Ty'nllidiart 1 0 „ „ to Goginan 1 6 „ „ to Ponterwyd 2 0 „ 1, to Devil's Bridge 3 0 Double Journey. s. d. From Aberystwyth to Ty'nllidiart and back 1 6 „ „ to Goginan „ 29 „ „ to Ponterwyd „ 30 „ „ to Devil's Bridge „ 46 N.B. All orders for Horses, Carriages, Posting, Sfc., punctually attended to. BENSON'S WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATE. J. W. BENSON, WATCH and CLOCK MAKER by special appointment to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. MAKER OF THE GREAT CLOCK OF THE EXHIBITIOX, 1862, OF THE CHRONOGRAPH BY WHICH THE DERBY IS TUIBD, And of the HOLD CASKETS presented by the City of London to T.R.H. the PRINCE OF WALES and DUKE OF EDINBURGH, And Gainer of PRIZE MEDALS at London, Dublin and Paris. Manufacturer of Numerous FINE-ART RACING Crps, &c., Begs to inform the world that by the aid of Improved Steam Machinery he manufactures every description of CLOCK AND WATCH. viz. I viz. CHURCH, LEVER, STABLE, CHRONOMETER, HALL, HORIZONTAL, DRAWING-ROOM, I KEYLESS, DINING-ROOM, CHRONOGRAPH, LIBRARY, &e. PRESENTATION, &c. Watches sent safe by post to all parts of the world. GOLD CASES. SILVER CASES. Openjacc J Hun(e, I Open face I Hunters. double cases* | double cases• BENSON'S LONDON-MADE LEVERS. 10 10 0 18 18 0 4 4 0 5 5 0 15 15 0 18 18 0 6 8 0 7 7 0 20 0 0 28 0 0 10 10 0 11 11 0 80 0 0 35 0 0 17 17 0 20 0 0 BENSON'S CHRONOMETERS. 42 0 0 I 45 0 0 I 83 0 0 | 35 0 0 52 0 0 I 0 0 I 43 0 0 I 45 0 0 BENSON'S REPEATERS. 55 0 0 j 58 00 I 45 00 I 48 on 75 0 0 I 80 0 0 I 05 0 0 | 68 0 0 BENSON'S KEYLESS WATCHES. 2?no I 83 0 0 1 20 00 1 22 00 96 0 0 38 0 0 I 25 0 0 I 28 0 0 BENSON'S CRYSTAL CLASS WATCHES. JU0 I 5 5 0 0 880 j BENSON'S HORIZONTAL WATCHES. 5 50 880 I 220 | 330 12 12 0 j 440 1 5 5 0 For further Prices and Descriptions, and extracts from the Press, see BENSON'S IM.UST&ATBB PAMPBLBT, sent post free to all parts of the World. Watches Exchanged or Repaired. A Liberal Discount to Merchants. 33ENSONIS SHOW ROOMS FOR SII7S8 And Electro-plate contain every requisite for the Dinner and Tea Table, &c. See Illustrated Plate Pamphlet, containing numerous illustrations, descriptions, and Prices, sent post free to all parts of the world. Old Silver Plate bought or exchanged. 33ENSONIS TSWElLSBT DZrARTMETfT Contains every description of Fine Gold Jewellery, ineludinrr Bracelets, Brooches, Chains, Bar-riugsi lockets, Pins, Rings Studs, See., See., in all patterns. For prices, &x., st'e photo- graphs, sent post free to all parts or the world. Old Jewellery taken in exchange. J. W. BENSON, CITY STEAM WORKS AND SHOW ROOMS 58 and 60, Xandgate Bill. WEST-END ESTABLISHMENTS, 96, OLD BoIID-STREET, AND 99, WBSTBOrRNE GROVE, LONDON. EstablUJud, 1749. WANTED, A HOUSE, on the Marine Terrace, either to rent or to buy. Apply to the publisher. WANTED, SALESMEN for COAL, &C., at Bowstreet, Llan- fihangel, and Borth Stations. Apply to E. It. Morris, Welshpool.

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