WINDOW BILLS, This House to Let," may be obtained at the Obi,.rver Office, price one penny each. WOKTH A GUINEA A BOX. BE ECHAM-'S PILJ1S A EE admitted by thousands to be worth a GtJlx*A A Eox for bilious and nervous disorders, such M wind and pain in the stomach, sU-k headache, giddiness, fulness and swelling after meals, dizxiuess and drowsiness, cold cftilli, •ashing of hean, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costive- Bess, scurvy, blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful ■reams, and all nervous and trembling sensations, tsc. The Ant dose will give release in twenty minutes. This is no Action, or they have done it in thousands of cases. Every sufferer is earnestly infixed to try one box of tbese Fills, and they will be acknowledged to De WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a few toses'ef them carry otTall gross humours, open all obstructions and bring about all that is required. No female should be witfc- •ut them. There is no medicine to be found to equal BBECHAM'S PILLS for removing any obstruction or irregu- larity of the system. If taken according to the to the directions tiren with each box they will soon resto e female* of all aftt l sound and robust health. For a weak stomach, Impaired digestion, and al. disorders of the liver, they act like "MAGIC," and a few doses will be flMad to work wonders upon the most important organs In the human machine. Insy strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long lost complexion, bring back the keen edge at appetite, and arouse into action with the ROSEBUD oi health, the whole physical energy of the human frame-These are "JTACTS" admitted by thousands, embracing all classes of Society, and one of the best guarantees to the nervous MMt iebilitMed is, BEECH AM'8 PILLS have the largest sale of any PWen, medicine in the world. BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS. At* remedy for Coughs in general, asthma, difficulty H breathing, shortness of breath, t ghtness and oppression of ttMe chest, wheezing, see., these Pills stand nnrivalled. They speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let aD. person give BEECHAM'S Coras PZLLB a trial, and the most violent cough will in a show tMlite be removed. CAETIOH.—The public are xw_"wted to notice tfcat the words "BKBCHAM'S PILLS, St Helens" are on the Govanuaenx affixed to each box of the Fills. If not on, they are forgery. Ptepared only and sold wholesale and retail by the proprietor. I. BBBCHAM, chemist, St Helens, Lancashire, in boxes at is. If and 2s 9d. each. Sent post free from the proprietorf srlicrM ltampa.-Bold by all druggists and paWrA Medicine DeUtM la ^e kiifdota. K,B.- v7all directions art given wita usk box.
MOTION TO COMMIT LORD BELFAST At the Westminster County Court on Tuesday, before the Assistant-Judge, the case of Chichester v. Chichester was again brought forward. Mr. Bradley appeared for the plaintiff, the Countess of Belfast; and Mr. Guedalla for the Earl of Belfast. Evidence was given that the coantess is, under an interim order of the Divorce Court, entitled to alimony pendente lite which Lord Belfast failed to pay, and Mr. Bradley asked that an order should issue for the committal of the earl in default. Lady Belfast stated that the sum of t62 10s. was now due to her under the order of the court; that her husband was living in good style, I that he was in receipt of large annual sums of money, including £1,100 a year as a paid official of the Crown, and that he was quite able to pay the alimony. Mr. Guedalla, while not denying the statements of Lady Belfast, asked that the case might be adjourned, as Lord Belfast was engaged in a case at the Law Court, in which he was plaintiff, and whish was part heard. After discussion the case was adjourned for the attendance of Lord Belfast.
KEW GARDENS. Kew Gardens, comprising in the general term the Botanic Gardens, Arboretum, and Pleasure Grounds, Palace Grounds, and the Queen's Reserve, may be reckoned at about 300 acres in all. The Botanic Garden covers 69 acres, and the Arboretum and Plea- sure Grounds 178 acres. The remainder, though enclosed, is of great service to the public in various ways. There formerly stood on the site of the Botanic Gardens a residence known as Kew House, the property of a Mr. Bennett. In the year 1730 this house was rented by the Prince of Wales, father to George III., and by him the grounds were laid out for his own private enjoyment. After his death his widow, Augusta, made various improvements, employ- ing therein Sir W. Chambers, who subsequently pub- lished a handsome work containing plans, views, and descriptions. Many foreign trees were planted, and in various ways the foundations of a botanical collec- tion were laid by the Dowager Princess Augusta. The first proper curator was Mr. W. Aiton, a pupil of Miller, of Chelsea, the well-known author of the Gardeners' Dictionary." In the year 1789 King George III. took up his residence in Kew Palace, the picturesque red-brick edifice that still remains within view from the main entrance to the Royal Gardens. The Pagoda was erected in 1761 by Sir William Chambers, in imitation of a Chinese Taa. It is 160 feet high, and consists of ten octagonal storeys, the angles of the roofings of which were formerly decorated with dragons holding bells in their mouths. It was surrounded by cedars, planted at the date of its erection, and of which only five remain. The pagoda is not open to the public, and its only use is an adornment of the grounds. In this respect it is at least acceptable, and we should greatly regret were it to be removed. At the same time it is really an incongruity, and had it never been seen in this spot, would possibly by persons of taste never have been desired. Chinese pagodas are not temples as generally supposed, but memorials of events or personages, historical landmarks, and embodiments of ideas. They are usually built of brick, and covered with glazed tiles. The Chinese builders begin a work of this sort at the top and pro- ceed downwards, the foundations being provided last of all. The upper storeys are supported on temporary pillars, which are removed as the work proceeds. Bricks and tiles of all colours, with the exception of yellow, are employed as the fancy of the architect may direct. Yellow is used in royal palaces only, ana any builder who may use it for any other pur- pose exposes himself to the risk of decapitation or strangling; to decorate with yellow is a capital crime. The several avenues that radiate from the pagoda have their points of interest for the gardener and botanist, and there are some good "roads near by, in which will be found collec- tions of trees of the pear tribe, brambles, thorns, and Slanes, as also of the papilionaceous trees which pro- uce flowers and pods that bring them into relation- ship with peas and beans. The gardens were in some degree neglected from the time of the death of George III., in 1820, until the year 1840, when public attention was directed to the state of the Royal property, and the grave question arose whether it should not be made subservient to the public interests, both as a school of botanical science and a resort for health and recreation. The late Dr. Lindley was appointed to inquire and report, and the result was a recommendation to the effect that these gardens should be made the head-quarters of a botanical study in aid of horticulture, medicine, agri- culture, and commerce. It should be understood that at this time the gardens were still a Royal pro- perty but their special capabilities being thus authoritatively declared, her Majesty Queen Victoria at once gave them up to the public service, reserving to herself, for private use, a small strip next [the River Thames, and traceable by the boundary fence along the western half of the walk that connects the Lion Gate with the Isleworth Ferry. Within this track of woodland, where acres of blue-bells may be seen in the spring, is the Queen's Cottage, a pretty rustic toy that has not been (royally) occupied for many years. In the year 1841, Mr. Aiton, having had charge of the gardens for half-a- century, resigned his post to Sir W. J. Hooker, F.R.S., then Professor of Botany in the University of Glasgow. Great improvements were then commenced and carried out, changing the face of the entire scene. In 1843 the Queen added to her former gift to the public another tract of pleasure ground; and in the year 1846 the Royal forcing gardens that skirted the Itichmond-road were thrown into what we may call the botanical estate; and thus, step by step, the gardens have acquired their present features and dimensions. In the year 1865 Sir William Hooker died, and was succeeded as director by his son, Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, F.R.S., respecting whose scientific achievements and renown we need not speak, for are they not written at large in the book of the world?—The Gardeners' Magazine.
FOB THE BrOOD IS THE I.IFE.CLARKE' 3 WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE if warranted to cleans the bIDod from all impurities from whatever cause arising. Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin and Biood Diseases, and Sores ofF dnds, its effects are luarvellous. Thousands of testimonia u 4is in bottles, 2s 9dor S3 stamps each, by Chemists ao enJ Medicine Vendors everywhere Mourning Cards, in various patterns, printed, in Welsh and English, at the Observer Office, 1, North Parade, Aberystwyth. To IIOThu AND LODSTNG-HOUSE ILEEPEKS.— Wine Lists and Busines3 Cards, printed iu the best style.
MONEY LENT WITHOUT DELAY by the < CHARING-CROSS BANK (Regd.). No. 28, Bedford-street, Strand, London. Established 1870. Capital £ 150,000. Reserve Fund, £ 50,000. ADVANCES IMMEDIATELY MADE Upon Approved Promissory Notes as follows, wi hout ded uclions Advance £ 25—12 monthly repayments of £ 1 5 10 „ 50 „ 4 11 8 „ 100 „ 9 3 4 Larger amounts the same in proportion. Advances of £ 23 to £ 2,000 grante at a few hours' notice in town or countiy, male or female, on mortgage of furniture, trade and farm stock, plant, crops, &c., without removal, and to assist persons into business. Also on deeds, policies, and reversions at 5 per cent. for one mor.th to 14 years. Distance no object. Ea-y repaymnnts. Strictly private. Call or write. Notice. -Before applying elsewhere, ask any solicitor, auc- tioneer. &c., in England and Wales knowing this Bank, and you will at once find out you are treating with an old- established (1870) safe and Lona,fide Bank. Having large capital, we do busipess cheaper than others. Responsible Traders, Farmers, and others can have money without bill of sale. No good l,an ever refused Current accounts opened according to the usual practice of other banks. -;o charge for keeping accounts, or clearing countrr cheques; Interest at the rate of 4 per cent. allowed on the minimum monthly balances. Deposits of 10Z. and upwards received at 4 per cent. per annnm payable on demand. Subject to three months' notice of withdrawal, 6 p r cent. Subject to six months' notice of withdrawal, 8 per cent. Subject to twelve months' notice of withdrawal, lOper ceut. Interest paid monthly, quarterly, or as agreed, A. WILLIAMS, Manager. To HER MAJESTY To the Prince of Wale. By Special Warrant, jggSp £ J$ DatedlJecr. 27, 1865 Eated Fet>>-10' 18668 DAY, SON, &. HEWITT'S jgTOCKBREEDER'S J^ £ EDICINE QHEST, s _L No. 2. Contains the first Cattle Medicines ever known as "DAY'S." Unlike all other medieaments, they possess those special gases (discovered over 50 years ago) which have made them of universal fame. THE Chest complete with Guide to Farriery is JL £ 2 16s Od, carriage paid, and contains, besides other articles The BROWN CHEMICAL EXTRACT," for wounds sprains, sore throats, relaxed ligaments and tendons, puff-d legs in horses, swollen udders, and sore teft in cows, sheep, and dogs. The "GASEOUS FLUID," the marvellous remedy for Fret, Colic, Gripes, and Chills in horses for scour or bad flux in calves, sheep and lambs; for ereatin* healthy appetite, and putting a perfect check to flagging life. The "RED DRENCH,' great siomacb clear.ser and fermenta- tion germ destroyer. It rectifies the blood and expels all inflammatory matter, keeping off chills, yellows, red-water, and fever in rows, Olen, and sheep. The BRONCHOLINE," for Husk and Hoose in Sheep and Calves. It enters the blood and impregnates it with a pun- gent gaseous odour destructive to the Worm or Parasite in the Windpipe and Lungs. The RED PASTE BALLS AND POWDERS," for condi- tioning horses. They give tone to the relaxed system from over-work or other cause, impa ting sharp appetite, con-titur tonal firmness of nerve and muscle, buoyant life, and great vigour. Any article can be had separately. 22, DORSET STREET, LONDON, W. HAXELL'S HOTELS. LONDON AND BRIGHTON ONLY. London Telephone, 2577. THEY are scarcely one hour's distance from each JL other. Their several situations are world-known The London Hotel in the best part of the West Strand. The Brighton Hotel facing the sea, every Room commanding it. The Tariffs of both Hotels are the same :—Apart- ments, 2/6; Drawing-room with Bed-room en suite, 10/6; 12/6; visitors, en pension, 10/6 daily. No extras whatever. The best breakfast table and table d'hote in London and Brighton. Visitors at either Hotel can patronize the other without any further expense than their railway fares, their Apartments during their absence being retained without any charge. Every room in both Hotels being protected by The Harden "Star" Hand-Grenade Fire Extinguisher, it is impossible that any serious accident can occur. in* €S BENSON'S ( NEW PATENT (No. 4658), 'I "LUDGATE" WATCH, SILVER GOLD £ 5.5. mil IS A "SPECIAL STRENGTH* SILVER ENGLISH LEVER, MY BEST LONDON MAKE. WITH THREE-QUARTER PLATE MOVEMENT. ¡ JEWELLED THROUGHOUT. CHRONOMETER BALANCE, WITH DAMP AND DUST PROOF PATENT RING BAND, AND EXTENDED BARREL, IN I MASSIVE STERLING SILVER DOME CASES ¡ WITH CRYSTAL GLASS FRONT WINDS & SETS HANDS & OPENS AT BACK, MAKING IT A BETTER WATCH THAN ANY £ 10 WATCH IN THE MARKET, ITS ADVANTAGES OVER THE OLD AND FAULTY FULL PLATE BEING ENORMOUS, AS THE LUDGATE" WATCH WILL LAST ONE HUNDRED YEARS, IT NEVER BREAKS, AS IT CANNOT BB OVERWOUND, AND NEVER NEEDS EXPENSIVE REPAIRS. IS A BETTER TIMEKEEPER. IS A BETTER WATCH, AND IS BETTER VALUE THAN ANY OTHER WATCH SOLD FOR £10 IN TOWN OR COUNTRY. WILL STAND ROUGH USAGE OF ALL KINDS, AND IS THEREFORE THE BEST WATCH AND EQUALLY SUITED FOR WORKMEN, RAILWAY MEN, MINERS,- GENTLEMEN, BOYS, AND ALL WHO REQUIRE A PERFECT WATCH OF EXTRA STRENGTH FOR HOME, INDIAN OR COLONIAL USE. MADE IN THREE SIZES, AS UNDER: WORKMEN'S, LARGE SIZE. MINER'S & RAILWAY MEN'S, EXTRA LARGE SIZE, AND FOR GENERAL WEAR, MEDIUM SIZE. SENT FREE AND SAFE AT OUR RISK TO ALL PARTS FOR JE5. 5. 0 CASH, OR P.O.O., PAYABLE AT G.P.O. PRICE IN 18-CARAT GOLD LA CRYSTAL GLASS CASES TWELVE GUINEAS, SPECIALLY NOTE that J. W. BBNSOU ia the only Maker of a Three-Quarter Plate Englifln Watch for X5 5a., and that our Patent Lud- gate Watch, cannot be had through, or of any Watchmaker in the Kingdom. Any Infringe- ment of the Patent Rights will be proceeded against. A Book explaining the advantages of this Watch over the Full Plate English Watchew sold by all other makers, will be sent Post Free on application, to J. W. BENSON, WATCHMAKER TO H.M. THE QUEEN, THE STEAM FACTORY, 62, AND 64, LUDGATE HILL, E.O. AND 25, OLD BOND STREET, W., LONDON, Illustrated Pamphlets of Watches from X2 to JE500, Gold and Silver Jewellery, Clocks, (House, Chime and Turret) and Musical Boxes, Free oa Application. CLUB AssoCIATIoss.- FOREMEN, SECRE- TARIES OF FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, AGENTS, and others will find their Incomes considerably I increased by establishing Clubs, for the New Patent Ludgate Watch, as it is worth from X5 to .£10 more than any English Watch sold, and therefore bound tojuipersedeali others ia the Market, tSnsiness "Notices Gogerddan Arms and Lion Royal Hotel ABERYSTWYTH. THE "OLD COUNTY HOUSE." 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 repleto 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 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. W. H. PALMER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, QUEEN'S HOTEL WINE STORES, MARINE TERRACE. Per Bottle. Bottl a. a. d. s, d. Gift from 2 3 SHERRY from 2 0 IRISH WHISKY 3 0 PORT II 2 6 SCOTCH WHISKY It 3 0 MARSALA. „ 1 9 PALE BRANDY 4 0 CL ARET „ 1 3 RUM 2 9. CHAMPAGNE ,3 6 WINES DRAWN FROM THE WOOD. THE CELEBRATED EDINBURGH ALE—3s. PER DOZFN IMPERIAL PINT BOTTLES. Sole Agent for—GLENROSA SCOTCH WHISKY. BELLE VUE ROYAL HOTEL, MARINE TERRACE. All ORDERS over.£2 sent Carriage Paid to any Station on the Cambrian and M. & M. Railways. 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 splendid 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 (ZP** ANYTHING NOT IN STOCK MADE 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 Sliced into Slabs, Drilled, and Cut into any Shape or Form. Cabinets, Tables, &c., inlaid. Church Decorations. ALL WORK DONE ON THE PREMISES. THE ONLY WORKING LAPIDARY IN TER RACE ROAD. ■TORCESTERSHIRE Jg B W 0 KfiVsTE R S H I R E S wfLrT'w *T HALF PRICE. A I T FIJ WHEN BUYING WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, SAVE HALF THE COST HOLBROOKE Co.'S. mocmsto I[tEC]IiITT-'S BL-UE "LABGES^sale IN THE WORLD." PATRONISED BY ROYALTY. THE SCIENTIFIC SYSTEM OF DRESS CUTTING. (N. HANBURY, LIMITED.) DRESS CUTTING TAUGHT UNTIL PERFECT. THE Jury Commission, appointed by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, have awarded the ONLY MEDAL for DRESS CUTTING of the International Healih Exhibition to The Scientific Dress Cutting Association. The Scientific System of Dress Cutting was introduced in 1882. Until that time there was no known method of cutting a dress, except by the old-fashioned rule of thumb and guess-work. Slowly but surely the new system has worked its way, until now no lady of taste is content to have her costumes cut by any other plan. OUR PATENT DOUBLE TRACING WHEEL, tracing two lines at a time, one to cut by and the other to sew by, making the seams all the same width, enables a young girl to do the tacking as well as an experienced Dressmaker. The wheel-will be sent to any part of the United Kingdom on receipt of 2s. (Two Shillings) POST FREE. ? Post Office Orders-crossed-to be made payable at General Post Office, London, to N. HANBORY, Limited, 272, Regent Street, Regent Circus, London, W. A few more ladies of intelligence and good address Wanted, to learn our System, as teachers to give instructions at private houses. Unexceptionable references required. Agents wanted in every Town to sell our System. Send for Agents' Special, Price List. !One Scientific System, with general instruction at theothce as long as desired, including a double tracing wheel ••• • £ 2 2 0 One System in full, with special printed instructions, enabling anyone to thoroughly understand it, including a double tracing wheel, will be sent by post to any part of the United Kingdom for £ 12 0 PRICE LIST. including a double tracing wheel, will be sent by post to any part of the United Kingdom for £1 2 0 Address all communications to the General Office- THE SCIENTIFIC DRESS CUTTING ASSOCIATION, 272, Regent Street, Regent Circuo, London, W.—Local Agent Wanted. WORTH KNOWING THAT— D. H. RICHARDS, BILL-POSTER AND ADVERTISING I AGENT, 43, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, LEASES the Largest Number and most Prominent JLJ BILL-POSTING STATIONS IN ABERYST- WYTH; and that Orders for Town and Country are Promptly and Efficiently Executed, at Lowest Charges. ADVERTISEMENTS received and inserbed in all Papers. PASSENGER TICKETS to the States, Canada, Queensland, &c., by Royal Mail Steamers. FREE i jQELIVERY To ALL :PARTS OF GREAT BRITAIN, AT WHOLESALE pRICES. E. D. & C°.'8 pURE TEAS E. D. & C°.'8 PURE New Season's TEAS Ein & rO.'S rflEAS U, \J X THESE TEAS Are of the Highest Quality. ETV It fiO.'S rpEAS Ave supplied at • A the Wholesale Price. Are forwarded Carriage Paid E. D. & co.'S TEAS to all parts. E D & £ )°-'s PURE New Season's TEAS Efl 4 riO.'S PURE rriEAS Price Is 8d • V J. X to 3s. per ]b. Write for Samples and contrast En & riO.'S "DURE rriEAS with • I any.other. Write for Samples to ELLIS J^AVIES: AND CO., 44, LORD :STREET, ILIVERPOOL, O"ALL PARCELS CARRIAGE PAID. BORTH HYDROPATHIC ESTABLISHMENT, In connection with the Cambrian Hot&i MATLOCK SYSTEM. THE ABOVE IS NOW OPEN. PROSPECTUSES ON APPLICATION. SAMUEL ALLSOPP & SONS, BURTON-ON-TRENT. SEASON BREWED ALES & STOUT IN PRIME CONDITION. ABERYSTWYTH Office-Hampton House, Rail- A [way Terrace. „ Stores—Railway Station. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS warranted to cure all discharges from the Urin- ary Organs, in either sex, acquired or constitutional, Gravel, and Palaa in the Back. Sold in Boxes, 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors; or sent to any address for 60 &tamps by the Makers, THE LINCOLN & MIDLAND COUNTIES' DRUG COM. PANY, Lincoln. Wholesale—all the Wholesale Houses. BOOKBINDING OF EVERY DESCRIP. TION AT EDWARD EDWARDS, GREAT DARKGATE. STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Back numbers of Serial Works Obtained. JUST PUBLISHED, THE BEST AND MOST MAGNIFICENT ILLUS. TRATED WATCH PAMPHLET EVER ISSUED IN GREAT BRITAIN. RARE OPPOR1 UNITY. A SPLENDID present (worth half-a-guinea) consisting of either ef the following articles will be given to every reader of this paper who sends for our superb new Illustrated Watch Pamphlet," and who then becomes a purchaser ef one of our world-famed Levers:—Ladies' Morocco Jewellery Case, Handsome Album, Sterling Silver-mounttd Pipe, Ten Keyed Accordion, or a Con- certina, Half-dozen Table Knives and Forks, Ladies' Handbag, Nickel Clock, Electro Breakfast Cruet, &c. We cap-not supply these presents cr the watches, which are about half retail prices, unless ou first send for our new Pan.phlet, and lead and realise the marvellous value we otier in the best and most perfect English Lever Watches ever made. Largest sale in the world. Read facts and what your neighbours say. Beware of imitations. The price cf our Catalogue if Is. per copy, but to the readers of this paper we will send a copy post tree for two stamps, which is the cost of postage only. Write at once to STEWART DAWSON & CO., 2, Ranelagh Place, Liverpool. HAVE WOOL. Y 0 UR A. & J. MAGNAUGHTON, OW -K;- WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS, ™ PITLOCHRY, PERTHSHIRE, Pay carriage for Wool sent them for Manu- Wn r> T facture into their Celebrated PITLOCHRY U U L, TWEEDS, DRESS TWEEDS, BLANKETS BED COVERS, DRUGGETS, SHEETINGS ■-r^Ti t \Trrn KNITTING YARNS, &c., &c. Hlfehtsteulo- MADE IN IO giums from the leading Journals. Patterns, Ccharg s, and full particulars as to time re- T r\ M rr Quired, yield of wool, &c., on applicati LU I H. above. Printing for Churches, Chapels, Sunday Schools Concerts, and entertainments of every sort is exe- puted at the Observer Office, 1, North Paradf cromptls and at fair charges. RECEIPT FORMS, in books of 50 each, price Is, may bepurchased at the Observer Office 1 North Parade, very useful. TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL AND STEEL PILLS FOR FEMALES quickly correct all irregularities and relieve the dis- tressing symptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes Is 1 jd any IChemists. SPilt anywhere for 15 or 31 Stam ps, b E. T. TOWLB Chemist, Nott ngha<a ttuftUratumg. t EVERY FRIEND OF THE COLLEGE SHOULD SEE THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES MAGAZINE, CONrAINING Full Reports of College News C Original Articles, &e. Subscription for the Session (6 numbers) 3s 6d (post free). Send name and address to Magazine Secietaries, U. C. W., Aberystwyth. Orders payable to R. H. Edwards, financial Secretary. JOHN MOntlAN, PRINTER, Observer Office, Aberystwyth. Printing of every description executed at the Observer Office, 1 North Parade. Estimates furnished. Moderate Charges. NOTICES TO QUIT, from Landlord to Tenant, and Tenant to Landlord, may be had at ths Observer Office, price one penny each. THE MAGIC CLEANSER. jglNCLAIR'S COLD WATER QOAP Saves TIME—MONEY—LABOUR—FUEL. The Family Wash without the misery of a steamy house. Cannot injure the most dehcatefabric. SINCLAIR'S COLD WATER SOAP A Lady writes to The Queen-I find it saves time and material,as the clothes require less rubbing,no boiling, and has a much pcrer colour than with or. dinary soap. I recommend it to every housewife.' gINCLAIR'S COLD WATER SOAP A Government Inspector of Soap Factories says- My opinion of it is very high; on no account would I be without it in the house.' Beware of Imitations. Ask for "Sincla.ir'a." 4d. per lb. OF ALL GROCERS and OILMEN JAMES SIICULAIR, Southwark Street, London. S.E E. & R. REES, COACH BUILDERS, MARY STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEG to announce that, having extended their premises, they have additional facilities for conducting their Business. NEW CARRIAGES ON HAND. Broughams, Landaus, and all sorts of Carri- ages, made to order. JOHN ELLIS, IRONMONGER, G U N & L O C K S MI T H, BELLHA NGER, &c., GREAT DARKGATE-ST., ABERYSTWYTH. JE. begs to draw the attention of his numerous • customers to his Stock of BREECH and MUZZLE LOADING GUNS and AMMUNITION. Curtis and Harvey's Gun Powder and Chilled Shot. P. & W. GORNALL, PLUMBERS, GASFITTERS, PAINTERS PAPERHANGERS, AND GENERAL HOUSE DECORATORS. All orders promptly attended to. All sizes of Iron and Lead Pipes, Paints, Varnishes, &c., in Stock. Sanitary Pans and Trap from 2s. 9d. each. A LARGE STOOK OF PAPERHANGINGS From 3d. per Piece. 3, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. patronised by several emihent Physicians and Surgeon*, and UNIVERSALIS held in high esteem. Though you have suffered despaired for years and triad Remedies in vain, be k!«w fterø is still a safe and speedy care for you at a small cost by using fi EORGE'S PILE & GRAVEL PILLS. vJ which are now recognised by all as being the best Medicine yet discovered for PILE AND GRAVEL, as well as for the following pains, which in Ninety-nine Cases out ot e,ery Hundred, are caused by these painful Maladios• Pain in the back, Flatulency, Griping, Colic, A sense of weight in the back and loins, Darting Pains in the region of tho heart, Liver, and Kidneys, Constipation, Pains in the thighs, sometimes shooting down to the calf of the leg and foot, Suppression and retention of urine, Pains in the Stomach and all Liver Complaints. thousands have been cured by these Pills, and many who had befA pronounced hopeless have been thoroughly rutorad to their health by their use. ONE BOX WILL CONVINCE THE MOST SCEPTICAL ON THEIR EFFICACY. In order to suit all who may be suffering from One or Both el these Maladies, the Proprietor piepares this Vegetable Remedy In the following forms » No. 1.—GEORGE'S PILL AND GRAVEL PILLS. No. S.—GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS. No. I.-GEORgE'S PILLS FOR THE PILES. Important Testimonials from Doctors, Chemists, and In* ralids, from all parts of the country, will be forwarded to way address on receipt of a stamped envelope. Sold in Bczes, Is lid and 28 9d, by all respectable Chemlatl, by Post, Is 4d and So, in postage stamps. EVKXT BOX IS PROTECTED BY THE GOVERNMENT STAMP. NOTICE.—The title "PILE & GRAVEL PILLS' is Copyright, and entered at Stationers' Hall. Proprietor, J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.Sej HIRWAIN, QLAMOBGANSHIBE. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Impurities of the Blood, These wonderful Pills are valued at the humblest beartbs as well as in the houses of comfort and wealth. They work a UwIr- 3ugh purification throughout the whole system, without disor- dering the natural action of any organ,and eradicate those germs ef complaints which consign tens of thousands to an early graveu Debility, Loss of Appetite, Headache, and Lownett of Spirits. These Pills will, in a few days, effect a truly wonderfui change In Debilitated Constitutions (no matter their ecctttng cauae)." they create a healthy appetite, correct indigestion,removeeseeas of bile, overcome giddiness, confusion, ttctr headache, and all those gloomy forebodings arising from a bad stomach or dis- ordered digestion.. The Medicine for Females, Young and Old. For overcoming all obstructions and restoring suspended secre- tions, there is no medicine to be compared to these Pills. UlIl. versally adopted as the one grand remedy for Female OomplainU, these Pills cannoifail, they strengthen the system, and always ttring about what is required. To females entering into woman- hood, or at the turn of life, they are invaluable, being a perfect safe-guard against dropsy, headaches, palpitation of the heart and all nervous affections often distressing at those periods. Complaints Incidental to Children. Whooping cough, measles, scarlatina, fevers, and all diseases of the skin, may be immediately checked, and soon cured, by these purifying Pills. No mother should be without them. Ons two, or three (reduced to a powder), may be given nightly witfc the certainty of doing good. Nervous Disorders. Any derangement of the nerves effects disastrously both, the body and the mind. To the nervous invalid these Pills are of vital necessity, as they impart tone and vigour to the internal organs, and consequently to the nervous system which pervades and connects theni. Hence their marvellous cures of hysteria, low spirits, spasms, fits, nervous twitchings, and other kinds 01 complaints. i[Ollo,rvay'A Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following diseases:- Ague Headache Stone and Gravel Asthma Indigestion Secondary Symp- Bilious Complaints Liver Complaiints toms Blotches on the Skin Lumbago Tic-Doloreux Bowel Complaints Piles Ulcers Debility Rheumatism Venereal Affections Dropsy Retention of Urine Worms of all kinds Female Irregularities Scrofula, or King's Weakness from Fevers of all kinds Evil whatever causes Geut Sore Throats &c. &e, Blotches on the Skin Lumbago Tic-Doloreux Bowel Complaints Piles Ulcers Debility Rheumatism Venereal Affections Dropsy Retention of Urine Worms of all kinds Female Irregularities Scrofula, or King's Weakness from Fevers of all kinds Evil whatever causes Geut Sore Tbroats &c. &c, For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impurities cannot be too highly commended. 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