ABERYSTWYTH PUBLIC BATHS. f THE SALT WATER SWIMMING b PRIVATE BATHS Are How Open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sundays 7 to 9 a.m. Entrance in Newfeundland-street (ott of Terrace. road and Queen's-road.) E. P. WYNNE, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH.
$ist jorf MARINE TERRACE. Sock House, -Miss Jones- Mr, Mrs, Miss, & Miss Eva Biteman, Manchester 3, Miss Jones— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Tait, Badminton Mrs, Miss, and Miss Emily Hughes, Oswestry 5, Osborne House, Miss Jones- Mr and Mrs Corser and family, Much Wenlock, Salop 7, Mrs Jones— Rev S. and Mrs Turner, Misses Turner, Denby near Derby Mrs T. R. Davies and family, Much Wenlock, Salop 8, Mrs Davies- Miss Hammond Miss, and Miss T. E: Bittleston; Mr. Mrs, and Master Jarvis, Miss Jarvis,Roath, Cardiff Mr W. T. Harters & family, Mobberley, Cheshire Miss Woodgate Mrs Lewis Lloyd, Nantgwyllt; Miss Bruwood, South Norwood 9, Miss Williams— Mr and Mrs Lambert, Leamington Miss Beddoes and maid, Church Stretton; Miss Marston, Ludlow Mrs Dixon, Mrs Langford, Bridgnorth 10, Mrs Jones— Mr Evans, ian., Southbank, Middletown, Welsh- pool Mr, Mrs, and Misses Habgood, Witney, Oxfordshire Mr E. H. Short, Green Cottage, Llangadock Mr, Mrs, and Miss Wood, Man. cheater Rev R. W. and Mrs Wilson, Sutton-in- Craven Vicarage, York 11, Mrs Delahoyde- Miss Wilson, Miss Spencer, Hereford 13, Mrs Clayton— Mr and Mrs Charles Bur ridge Mr and Mrs W. Podmore, Cold Hatton Mr and Mrs Deakin and family, Walcott; Miss Mackay, Charrington 15, Can-bridge House, Miss EAns- Mr and MrsC, C. Smith, Wolverhampton; Mrs Everist, Mrs Chester, Kidderminster 16, Miss H. Hughes- Mr and Mrs Louis Tyler and family, Cardiff Sir Hugo H. Martin, Dedbury, Herefordshire 17, Mrs Jones— Mr and MrsWalker, Earlestown Misses Greames and m'dd, Church Stretton 18, Mrs Owen- Rev Stuart Amies, St James', Gorton, Manchester; Miss Amiee, Old Trafford, do Belle Vue Royal Hotel, Mr E. Hamer— Mr and Mrs H. C. Matthews, Mr, Mrs, and Mr Loveridge, jun., Wolverhampton; Mr Lead- beater, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Blore, Cheetham, Manchester; Mr and Mrs Beaumont, Isle of Wight Mr John Dighton, Newent Mr Cowley, Newtown Mr Sherwood, Sheffield Mr Emery, Bristol Mr and Mrs T. Moore, Nottingham Mr W. M. Rees, Liverpool; Mr Fleteher, Stone. Staffordshire Messrs Turner, Hnbbard, Brigif, Bowman, Wontnor, Evans, Shothouse, and Mundy Misses Kemble and maid, Loudon Mr McKennel, Sheffield 24, Mrs Renrick- Rev G. E. Bate, Master Yate, Miss Yate & nurse, Madeley Vicsrage, Shropshire Mr and Mrs Humphries and family, Brierly Hill; Mr and Mrs* Langley and family, Birmingham 26, Waterloo House- Major General and Mrs Creighton Wood, London; Mrs Leonard, Hereford Mrs Harvey, Poston Court, Hereford Master F. M. Gwillun 28, Miss Hughes- Mrs and Miss Alice Stain, Miss and Miss L. Smith, Mr Thompson, Barton, Leicestershire Miss and Miss Annie Davies, London 29, Mr Evans— Mr Thomas Timins, Brocton House, Worthen, Shrewsbury; Mr Duddleston, Aston Hall, do; Misses Sykes, Miss Blunt, and Miss Tinline, Bury, Lancashire 30, Claremont liouse- Mr and Miss Lambert, Nottingham Mrs J. G. and Master F. G. Hickling1, Nottingham Miss Lu-itr y, Mrs Bagnall. Birmiftgbam; Mr C. Har; :ies an,05l party, Shropshire I 32, Mrs J. Delahoyde— r Miss Parry 33, Glousaster House, Mrs Roberls- Mrs Whittingham, Mrs Thomas Wycherley, Whit. ohuroh, Salop 34, Windsor House, Mrs Roderick— Mr and Mrs Webb, nvree and family, Brecon Mr and Misses Burgia, Wellingford Mrs Rock, Miss Smith, Miss Turnbill, Miss Rock, Shrews- bury 35, Brynymor House, Mrs M. Nelson- Bev J. T. and Mrs Rider, family and nurse, Car. rington Mr and Mrs Rider, Ellesmere, Salop Mr 1. L. Smith, New Tredegar Mrs Coverdale, Welshpool; Mrs Thomas and party, Bridgnorth; Mrs Currant and Mrs Sewell, do 36, Moreland House, Mrs P. M. Edwards- Mr, Mrs Macrae and family, Leamington Mr and Mrs Johnson, fami y and nurses, Mr Johnson, Nottingham; Mr and Mrs Higgson, Mr Thomp- son, London 38, Miss Thomas- Mrs Cook and Mrs Fraser, Liverrool 42, Mrs Jones— Mrs and Miss Willing, Pembroke Dock Mr Geo. Butcher, Glasbuvy 43, Picton House, Miss OsmotherIey- Misses Mathias, Landford Court, Pembroke Mr and Mrs Apperley and family, Miss Wynne, Hereford; Mr Nystrom, Sweden 44, Misses Jones- Mr and Mrs Dryland, Croydon, Surrey; Mrs Stewart, Miss Cosens and maids, Mytton Grove, near Shrewsbury 47, Chatham Hense, Mrs Edwards— Mrs Adams, Mrs Morris, Ballynsode, Co. Cork 48, Marlborough House, Miss Lewis- Mr and Mrs T. Holden and family, Liverpool Mrs Cartwright and family, Mrs Davies and family, Wellington, Salo? 50, Stanley House, Mrs Watkins— Misses Carlile, Miss Dickson and maid, Clifton 51, Mrs Richards— Dr Richards and party, Tronhetlog Miss Lloyd Williams Masters Willie and Ivor'Wynn. Williams Miss Baker, Corwen 52, Mrs Jones- Mrs Beech, family and nurse, Tipton Mrs and Miss Latham, The Poplars, St John's, Dudley Master Kearick and governess, Birmingham 53. Miss James— Miss Shewring and party, Bristol; Mr and Mrs Lechmere and family, Townhope Court, Here- fordshire Mrs Russell and family Miss Caldi. cott, Walsall 54. Mrs Miller- Mr and Mrs S. Smith Mrs and Master Saunders, Cirencester 55,- Mr antl Mrs Mort, Stafford Mrs Eveson & party, Birmingham 56,-7 Miss and Miss Ann Jones, Gwernkuchan, Mont. gomeryshire 61, Mrs Hogg- Mr and MrB Lewis, Llantrisant, Glamorganshire Mr and Mrs Willea, London 62. Mr D. Davies— Mrs and the Misses Jones, late of Fronygog, near Machynlleth Mrs and Miss Benson, Hertford 63, St David's House, Mr Jones- Mr Bracegirdle, Chester Mrs Elvins and family, Hands worth; Mrs Fptan, and the Misses Lambe dale, Handswortu, Birmingham Mrs Buddie, Liverpool 65, Clifton House, Mrs J. A. Powell- Mr and Mrs Cresswell, baby and nurse, New. bridge, Wolverhampton Qneen's Hotel, Mr W. H. Palmer— Mrs Mackey, London Major Hancock, Waverley Coart, Worcestershire Mr A. A. Hancock, Catuperdown House, Hereford Mr H. Gwinner, Mr H. G. Gwinner, London Mr J. G. Leach, HydePaik, London Mr J. Smith, Mr A. Smith; Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Bath Dr Morgan VICTORIA TERRACE. Evelyn House, Mr Hothster- Mrs Morns, family and maids, Comb, Carmarthen; Mr Lloyd Mr and Mrs Thurston and party, Llanfaerfechan 3. Ocean View Honf-S, Mrs W. H. Keligit- Mrs and Miss Beale, maid and manservant, Bryn- tirion, Bontddu. Dolgelley; Mrs B. Davies London Miss M. Beale. London; Miss Jackson, London Dr aad Mrs Rowlings Mr, Mrs. and Miss Browne, maid, and party, South Hill Road, Limpool f 4, Snowdoti House, Mrs Evans- Mrs, Miss Trylor, Mr J. J. Anderson, Edgbaston Mr and Mrs T. K. Morris, Leeds Miss Sara Morris, Brecon Rev H. C. W. I?hillips, Mrs and Miss Phillips, Lye Vicarage Misses Robin- son, Leamington Plynlymon House, Mrs Pierce- The Misses Walker, Wolverhampton; Mr D. and Mrs Willcock, do.; the Rev B. and Mrs Botcher, do.; the Misses Phillips, Mr and Mrs Phillips, Picester Mr G. and Miss Whelldon, Wolver- hampton 6, Trafalgar House, Mrs R. Felix- Mr Wm., Mrs, Master Thomas, Master Wm. and Miss Louisa Hughes, Wilmslow, Cheshire Mrs Brereton, Church Minshall; Mr J. C., Mrs, Miss L., Miss G., Miss R. and Miss M. Turner, Boston, Lincolnshire; Mr A. B. Smith, Dtlre, near Sheffield Mr and Mrs Knill. Belle Vue, Shrewsbury Miss Bright, Hartford, Cheshire Miss Bright, Birmingham Mr B. J. F. Salvin, Burn Hall, Durham 7, Brighton House, Mrs Doughton- Mr and Mrs E. Hampton, Miss E. Hampton Mrs A,, Miss, Masters A. and H. Warrillow, Hanley, Staffordshire Mr Benjamin Beardsall, Miss Gamson, Stourbridge Abergeldie House, Mrs Griffith Jones- Mrs and Miss Hunt, Matlock, Bath; Mrs Hine and daughters, Nottingham; Miss Heatley, Upping- ton, Shrewsbury; Mrs Hunt, Visley, Cheshire; Mrs Campell and daughter, Mackline, Swindon. Balmoral House, Mrs Jones— The Misses Davies, Liverpool; Mrs H. Phillips and family, Mrs W. Jones, Miss Power, Mr and Mrs Morral, Mrs and Miss Brown, Mra Huble an family, Bridgnorth. ALFRED PLACE. 7, Mrs Ellis-Afra Holmes, Miss Holmes, Miss Minnie Holmes, and Master Albert Holmes, Bir- • mingham NORTH PARADE. 19-Mrs W. L. MacMinn, Rock Ferry, Liverpool 23, Mrs Lumley-The Misses Beaman, Moxley BRYNYMOR TERRACE. 1, Mrs Meredith—Miss Adderley and Miss Forrester' Edgbaston, Birmingham 4, Mrs Ed war is—Mr, Mrs and the Misses Davies, Miss Collins, Hereford; Miss Harris, London 5, Mrs Ellis-Afr J. Price, Miss Price, Miss Cover and Miss Mordyke HIGH STREET. 38, Mrs Jones-Mr Herbert E. Monk, Willey, Brese- ley, Salop; Mr and Mrs Edwards, Oswestry NEW STREET. 9, Mrs Jones-Mr Powell Thomas, C.M. and Mr J. M. Williams, C.M., Swansea 14, Mrs Samuel-Mr and Mrs Maisey, Birmingham Bon de Mallet and Mr G. Hayes, Southampton NEWFOUNDLAND f^TREET. 13, Mrs Jones—Mrs and Miss Brown, Derby; Miss Hall, Preston Moreb House, Mrs Thomas-Mr and Mrs Price, Mrs Holbrook, Miss Jonefe, Worcester; Mr Thomas, London QUEEN'S ROAD. Pitt villa House, Mrs iones—Mr and Miss Webb, Leamington; Mrs, Miss and Mr O. Jones, Egre. mont, Liverpool 10a, Lnrline Honse. Mrp Fear-Mr Edwards, Maes- trayloe: Mr and.Mrs Edwards, Great Castle 23, Landowne House, MrsTrenwith—Mrs DaTeridge, Mrs Shaw and baby, Swansea 14, Glanayron House, Mrs Jones—Mr and Mrs Kenley, Liverpool 8, Bellan House, Mrs I Davies—Mrs, Miss and Miss M. A. Ogden, Stockport; tMiss M. A..Aldred, Man- chester Hardwicke House, Miss Nicholls-Mr J. Fairless, Kensington, London; Mr M. Porter, Dover QUEEN STREET. 24, Mrs Hughes—Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Dylife LEWIS TERRACE. Temperance Hotel, David James—Mr and Mrs Wil- liams and family, Shrewsbury; Mr Glover, Bristol 1, Mrs Tanner-Mr and Mrs Lewis, Bridgnerth; Mrs Johnson, London; Mr Jones, Kerry, near Newtown; Mr Toy, Manchester MARKET STREET. Talbot Hotel— Mr Bowen and Mr Humphrey, Abercarn; Mr Suf. folk, P.R.M.S., Norwood. London Mr Gee, Mr Thorne, Mr Birley, Worcester; Mr Morton, Newport; Mr Milner, Mr James, Mr Sumsdun, Mr Hains, Mr Williams, Mr Jones, Chester; Mr Jomes, Liverpool; Mr Richards, Mr Evans, Mr and Mrs Francis, Mr Cooper. GREAT DARKGATE STREET. Lion Royal Hotel, Mr J. Roberts- Mr and Mrs Bach, Mr Bach, Mr and Mrs Mag. mens, Shrewsbury; Mr E. Jones, Welshpool; Rev and Mrs Howarth, Capt Howarth, Mr R. Bnck. ley Williams, Glyncogau; Mr D. Harrison, Welshpool; Mr Willis, Manchester, Mr and Mrs Hewett, Reading; Mr Long, Clifton; Mrs McCree, London; Mr and Mrs Ewing, Mr Potter, Bristol; Mr Robbins and Son, Shrewsbury BAKER STREET. 5, Mrr H. Lloyd—Mr George Daniells, Regents Park, London; Mr Albert Price, Beaufort 6, Mrs Hnghes—Misses Baywater and Wilde,Kington, Herefordshire Mr and Mrs Wilson, Worcester. 10, Miss Isaac—Mr W. Kenwrick and family, Stour. port,Worcester PORTLAND STREET. 7, Glasfryn House, Mrs Captain Davies-Mr and Mrs Whittle and family, Brecon; Mr Joseph Jones, do. Bangor House, Miss Griffiths-Mr and Mrs John Richards, Miss Richards and Miss Nettie Ward Oswestry; Mrs Rigby, North and South -Wales Bank, Rhayader. 27, Mrs M. Hnghes-Mr and Mrs Harper, Market Drayton Mrs Hamer, Poynton, Wellington Salop; Mr and Miss Vernon. Market Drayton 28, Mrs Osborne—Rev and Mrs Lord, West Brom. wich Mrs Litrge, Hereford Mrs Meats, Cannon Bridge; Mrs T. S. Large, Bridge, Lollars 32, Miss Isaacs—Mrs W. B. Place, Mrs Samuel Johnson, Miss Wallis and Miss Nelly Wallis Betley, Staffordshire 1 36, Mr. Lewis—Mr and Mrs Mountfora, Stoke-on- Trent 44, Mrs Capt Jones-Mr T. M. Phillips, Aberdare; Mr D. J.iMorgan, Talgarth, Brecon 48, Mrs Capt Hnghes-Mr J. D. Taylor and family Bath 49, Mrs Williams—Mrs J. H. Jones, Miss Jones and Miss Maud Jones, Newtown; Mrs Turner Worces. ter
LISBURNE MINES. The Sunday school anniversary of the English Weeleyan ehapel, was held here on the 17 th inst., presided over by Messrs Davies and Heath, of Aberystwyth. The former delivered a very appropriate nd impressive address on the im; ortance of the study of the Holy Scripture, not merely the letter of the word, but to strive to know and feel the vital truths contained in it. The latter urged on parents the necessity and value of early training to Christianity, and kindly encouraged the chil- dren to duty and diligence in their preparation for useful lives, as from what he had seen aid heard there that day he did not flatter by laying that they were blesied with more than an or- dinary "mount of talent. Dialogues, recitations and singing were given by the claldnm who spoke fu.l, clear,and emphatic, *nd grea t credit is da* to Mr Mitchell for the time and labour he has eiven in truiuinj the children, who are very fond of him and have applied themselves Mith great energy to attain such a statf of efficiency, Messrs Michell and R and J Bennett taught them to siag, which was rendered in good stile* being cheerful and lively, and the voices of ihe forty-fiv« chil- dren were sweet and animating. The pieces were from Messrs Moody *d Sankey and other selections, and the children occi.p ed nearly the whole of the two services without the re- petition of a single piece. Each service was well attended, and the collection wm above expectation. O Saturday, 22rd the tea tre*t was held, and each child p trtook of nice cake' and tea, being served by the teachers., Afterwards the teachers and friends partook of the good things provided. Sweets were given to each child, which were sniili-igly received, and rural sports werit freely indulged in *itt(l many prizes given. A very pleasart even"'g was spent, both old and young thoroughly enjoying theinsej Yes. LLANARTH. PcHoot. BOARD ELECTION.-The election ofmem- bnrs of the school board for the united district of Llaaarth took Mace on the 23rd inst. Fifteen candidate, were nomi nated, hut two withdrew, two were objected to and ele^o went to 'he poll. The district includes the'nari<hM nf Llanarth, Llanina, Cyd. Iwyf a„d Llandysailiogogo^ with Hen- fynvw as its contributory. It i„ th* large.t school boarddU- trict m the county, comprising about one twelfth the area and on, filteenth the population of Cardiganshire? TWe were three polling stations--Llanarth, Gwenlli, and Mydroilvn There were about 160 illiterate voters, who were therefore unable t" take advantase of the ballot. The organisation of the Liberal parly was simply perfect; bat the Conservative pa:iy were very badly organised, a fact due in a great "teMgnrf to the osndidates themselves, It u to be hoped that on onot "Ir occasion there will be a radical change in the oxistilig state ot tiffairs.' Thewatchworaofthe Conservative party om-lt he orgiini-ation, and without that there will be no !>ucce«». The result o: 'hf poll is as follows,and the constitution ùr the board far as parties go remains unchanged :-Mr Morgan E ai.s, Oakford,shopkeeper, L, 80S; Mr Thowllø DaYie., Llwynyrheol.fstrmer, L, 712 Mr John Davies, Tyhen, farmer L, 8 2; Mr John Watkin Davies, Cefncoediiaf, farmer, Ld 640; Mr John Parry, JtynonUfrith, farmer, L, 596 Mr Davil Jones, Derw Cottage, retired i ronmonger, L, 528; Rev Danlet Lfwis Llord, clerk i» Holy Orders, and head master of Chria, College, Brecon, C, 483» kr Bvan Thomas, BwJchcefa, farmer C, 415; Mr John Thomas Blaenywrn, farmer, C, 329 (electew). Mr ThomasLewis, Penrbiw, farmer, C, >17; and Mr David Thomas,Pamcoch V ilia, gentleman, C, 155 (non-elected The polling for two memdw < for the parish of Henfynyw toek place on Tuesday, with the following result:—Mr J, M Howeil, ironmonger, L, 164 Mr John James, Cilcert, farmer" L 110; Kev W. O. Bdwwds, ricar, ;c, 101. The «rst two were elected. ——
BU0iitr00 Notiteø. WILLIAM EDWARDS AND Co., GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, 15, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. FLANNEL! FLANNEL!! FLANNEL! FOR REAL WELSH FLANNELS, WOOLLEN DRESSES, CLOTH SHAWLS YARN AND STOCKINGS, BOYS' JERSEY SUITS, MEN'S CARDIGAN JACKETS, GO TO THE WELSH FLANNEL DEPOT, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. J. EDWARDS & Co., Proprietors. ESTABLISHED 1826. THOMAS WHITE, (Son and successor to the late Elizabeth White,) MANUFACTURING LAPIDARY AND JEWELLER, EGYPTIAN HOUSE, TERRACE ROAD, AND YORK HOUSE, MARINE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. A Iplendid collection of Jewellery of the newest designs, comprising Necklets, Brooches, Ear Rings, &o., always in Stock. GEM AND OTHER RINGS. OLD CHINA IN GREAT VARIETY liT ANYTHING NOT IN STOCK MA.DE TO ORDER. DEALER IN SILVER AND ELECTRO PLATE. N.B.-No connection with any other firm in the town the same name. GILDING AND ELECTRO PLATING. Beach Stones and other Pebbles Slico into Slabs, Drilled, and Cut into any Shape or Form. Cabinets, Tables, &c., inlaid. Church Decorations. ALL WORK DONE ON THE PREMISES. JOHN EICHARDS k Co., TAILORS, DRAPERS, SX GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 4, Market Street, Aberystwyth. A LL Orders Promptly Executed in the Newest Style and of best Workmanship. SPECIAL attention is called to their 12s. 6d. Trousers, all wool and well shrunk. L IVERY SUITS, &c., made to order on the Premises ALL Goods marked in Plain Figures. One Price Only. Funerals Completely Furnished. ECONOMY ECONOMY I ECONOMY OF OF OF TIME. LABOUR. CAPITAL. A NEW GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT IS.. NOW OPENED BY WM. RICHARDS (For several years of the firm of D. P. & W. Richards), AT No. 6, Pier Street, Aberystwyth, (OPPOSITE THE TOWN CLOCK) Where GOODS of the Best Quality, of every description, will be Sold, at the most Reasonable Prices. This Establishment will be supplied from the best Wholesale! Houses, so that Customers cannot fail to be well served. A Trial Order is respectfully Invited. — — — | — INCREASED VALUE OF WATER-POWER. MACADAM'S VARIABLE TURBINE. FTHIS m*el (which is now largely in use in England, Scotland, and Ireland) is the only one yet X invent*! which gives proportionate power from both large and small quantities of water It can be made for using a large winter supply, and yet work with equal efficiency through all variations of quantity down to a fifth, or even less, if required. It is easily coupled to a Steam Engine, and in this way alway» assists it by whatever amount of power the water is capable of giving, and therefore saves so much £ MI. This Turbine is applicable to all heights of fall. It works immersed in the tail water, so that no part of tke fall is lost, and the motion of the wheel is not affected by floods or back water. References to places where it is at work will be given on application to MaeADAM BROTHERS & CO., BELFAST. TO MINE AND QUARRY OWNERS AND MANAGERS. WANTED TO PURCHASE—Second-hand Machinery, Wrought and Cast Scrap Iron, Old Rails, Condemned Machinery, Old Water Wheels, &c.; Metal, Hemp and Manilla Rope. ON SALE—Cheap, Second-band Smith's Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Chains, &c.,&c. APPLY TO -r- McILQUHAM, ABERYSTWYTH. • — —— —— i Bnstness Kottces ™Wriff7~PALMERi WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, QUEEN'S HOTEL WINE STORES, MARINE TERRACE. Per Bottle. I iJottles. s. d. s. d. Wf from 2 3 SHERRY from 2 0 IEI8H WHISKY „ 3 0 PORT 2 1 SCOTCH WHISKY 3 0 MABS1LA. .V.' 1 » PALE BRANDY „ 4 0 OLA RET 1 3 RUM „ 2 9 CHAMPAGNE 3 WINES DRAWN FROM THE WOOD. THF CELEBRATED EDINBURGH ALE—3s PER DOZER IMPERIAL PINT BOTTLES. SOLE AGENT FOR GLENROSA SCOTCH WHISKY. AND AT WELSH HARP, TERRACE ROAD. (xogerddan Arms and Lion Royal Hotel, ABERYSTWYTH. THE "OLD COUNTY HOiJSE." FIRST-CLASS FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL. THIS HOTEL is close to the Castle and Clock Tower, and within three minutes* walk of the Railway Station. The Hotel is now replete with every comfort Spacious Ladies' Coffee Room. Well-furnished Sitting Rooms and Bedrooms. HANDSOME BILLIARD ROOM, CONTAINING TWO TABLES WINE AND SPIRIT STORES ATTACHED. OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. FIRST-CLASS POSTING, STABLING, & LOOSE BOXES I Conveyances leave the Hotel at half-past Nine every Morning for the Devil's Bridge. Fare there and back 4s. Tariff on Application. JOHN ROBERTS, Proprietor. DYFFRYN CASTE LL HOTEL, PLYNLIMON MOUNTAIN. THIS ESTABLISHMENT has gone nnder thorough repair with new Management and is nowopeac to receive Tourists, and visitors at very reasonable charges, either by the day or week. The Hotel is in close proximity with the Plynlimon mountain, and about 4 mlies from the DaviFa Bridge, and on the Tarnpike road, leading to Aberystwyth, Bhayader, and Llanidloes. Every accommodation, including good Stabling, Src. Guide and Ponies for the convenience of Visitors RICHARD HARVEY, PROPRIETOR, PONTERWYD, (Near Aberystwyth). VISITORS! VISITORS! VISITORS! THOMAS~GRIFFITHS, GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT,. Opposite the Gogerddau Arms and Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth (Established 1858), Begs to call the attention of Visitors and Others to his Extensive Stock of Real Wiltshire Smoked Bacon, also Home-cured Bacon and Hams. Fine Old Rich Cheddar and Double Glo'ster Cheese, &c. Fresh Butter and Eggs from the principal Dairies in the neighbourhood^ The Sea Side New Season Tea at 2s. is not to be matched. SAMUEL ALLSOPP & SONS, BREWERS, B (TRTON-ON-T RENT. Season Brewed ALES and STOUTS in Prime Condition Aberystwyth Office-Hampton House, Railway Terrace, Do. Stores-Railway Station. THE SERIES OF ARTICLES "HOW THE POOR LIVE" BY GEORGE R. SIMS, Illustrated by FREDERICK BARNARD, NOW APPEARING IN THE PICTORIAL WORLD, Should be read by all those who have at heart the interests of their fellow men, as they show, in a powerful, graphic, and truthful manner, the hard- ships and privations endured by the London Poor. .¡ m C? First-Class Beverages."—The Orceer. I t* TB Hjr'i BC 1 I "Have an established reputation."—NmemfiamhSt, ■ ■ » I law' leeBeH«Ki | I "Exceedingly pleasant."—The Sock. SLACK CUKRANT, RASPBERRY, ORANGE, piMi ■■■¥■ f1^ V* I It IIX LEMON, LIME-FRUIT, GINGERETTE, F-Kl 11 | I iKIlNSK WINTERINE, &c., &c. 6d,,l/,&l/9 per bottle. I I lUI ■ HI l»VVf 1A/AI Offl CV I 1S1IIK?B m< As supplied to the Great Temperance Masonic Banqput WV \J L& tLt 1 LI CI U EU rr S at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, March 38,1883. TUr nDMU» AC rue *ec A CAM "A capital combination of moot tasteful THE DRINK OF THE SEASON Church Standard. manufacturer, W. BECKETT, Heywood, Manchester: London Depot: 96, Farringdotl BtIWl. 10M.. Chemists, Grocers, Confectioners and Coffee Tavern Companies. n lTr„ W ototr^ WHOSE OCCUPATION FORCES THEM TO vm TSimnTr^Tn npo WEATHER, SO CONTRACTING BHE17. iNUllLu 1 MATISM,_ AGUE, AND RHEUMATIC GOUT, PRICE'S ^HI1UMATIC 01LS," WHICH ARB HARMIJE8S AN» «• -m /» SS GIVE YOU IMMEDIATE RELIEF AND TO.TI- TM flSinPWM IfT 1\T IN THK most ADVANCED STATE OF TOOTH JL U& JL lfJLJ2j*Jy • AND PAINFUEr MALADIES. THIS EP IB CERTAIN'TO Da PROCURE A BOTTLE AT ONCE FROM AND 3TOUR NEAREST CHEMIST. PRICE 2s. »i>. WHOLE8AJUK AGENTS, BARCLAY AND S0N9, S5, FARIUNQDOH J) T Tnisi 71/f" #7* \T fcONDON,. BE CAREFUD TO ASK.POR I fJJLl iyJojJflJjjJM, -'PRICE'S RHEUMATIC OILS." Gold Medal Paris Exhibition, 1878* KINAHAN'S PURE, MILD and MELLOW. DELICIOUS and MOST WHOLESOME. I I THE CREAM OF OLD IRISH WHISKIES. LL Dr. HASSALL says—"Soft and Mellow,Pure, well Mature, and of very Excellent Quality. I WHISKY. The Gold Medal Dublin Exhibition, 186S. 20, GREAT TITOHFIELD STREET, LONDON, W. FELTEN AND GUILLEAUME'S PATENT STEEL BARB FENCING WIRE. H -V mom", SOLE AGENTS FOR CARDIGANSHIRE— WILLIAMS & WHITE, i ABEliYSTWYTH.~ Wh Et VEGETABLE PUR.IFYIKQ; VV PILLS. ESTABLISHED 1835. Are one of those rare Medicine* which, for their extraordinary eafiitt properties, have gained an al- IMifsws. most UNIVERSAL REPU- .jpJLA TATION. Numbers are eon-' T ffikSa MA«k JfcfwMtollTatantly bearing tfiatimony their Lr-at Talue in di<order< of the HBAD, CHEST". BOWELS, LIVER, and KIDNEYS; also in RH13IIMATIBM, as may be sten from the T st:m 'tdtttt publinhed from time to lime. :'y tht timely useof-ueh a remedy many of the ten- ously afflicting disorders which result from proper mean- tieslfcfea might be avoided, and much suffering sared, for- Preve;ition is better than cure." Sold in Roxes, price 7jd„ Is lid., and 011., by G. WHBLVTON and SON, 8, Crane Court. Fleet Street, London; and by Chemists and Medicine Vendor* at home and afcroaA. ffnt free by post in the United Kingdom for S. 14, or 3ft Stamps. » Printed by Steam Power and Pnbluoaa Oj ions MORGAN, at the Observer Office 1, Korth FANRFMR Aberystwyth. SATURDAY, JUNE SO, MM.