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MR. H. W. HARRIS'S ANN OUNCEMENTS H. W. HABRIS, Auctioneer, Appraiser, House,, Estate, and ■jteneral Agent, BEGS to inform the Public that all entrusted to his care will be punctually an carefully attended to. Rents colle^ef-ny^ and Life Policies effected on advantageotf WTJBS. Offices :—Mr Rees Thomas^<JI^W™ Merthyr, opposite Cloth HalL/' g TO BE LET A Genteel RESIDENCE situate Church- street, Thomas Town, Merthyr Tydf^wjl adapted for a respectable faID1'f" lT* annum.—Apply to Mr. H. W. tioneer, 143, High-street, Merthyr^ TC AVn P, R A COUITTLAND TE RACE. j' TO LET, toTet, y\^ No 4 HOUSE in the above Tej*fu:e.|*For, particulars of rent, apply to Ck^LBS SMITH or to Mr. H. W. Harris, ItoMWer, Sec., 143, High-street, MerthyK J NOTICE. ALL Persons having any claim on the Estate of GEORGE HEPPELL, late of Ply- mouth Iron Works, Merthyr, DecpffsejJ* Lare requested to forward the particular's tlij^reaf tx/ the undersigned, so that they mayfcje eaamwa and discharged. /j\ \a X H. W. HARRIS, Au^n%Jr,«vf 143, High-street, Mttthyr. June 3rd, 1860. y^ y PENRHYNIS, PENYDARREN. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. H- w- HARRIS, On SATURDAY, the 23rd day of JUNE, 1860, on the premises, THE whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, Goods, Chattels, and Effects, of the late EVAN EVANS, deceased, consisting of four- post and other bedsteads, millpuff and feather beds, looking glasses, earthenware, chairs, table*, chest of drawers, shelf and dresser, corner clip- boards, knives and forks, brass candlesticks, coffee pots, night commode, oak chart, dial, powder flasks, and a capital gun, \pfth surulrv other useful articles of Furniture. ( jy" Sale to commence at Four oXflockl aad thpr whole will be sold without reserve. > Auctioneer's Office, 143, BRgh-s^fqy June 20tb, CEFN UCHA, CEFNCOEDYCYIsmER. V TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. H. W. HARRIS, On TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 1860, at the CROSS KEYS INN, Cefncoedycymmer, at Eight o'clock in the Evening (subject to such conditions to be then produced), T A LL those TWO COTTAGES and .LOT 1. GARDENS thereto belonging, situate near the Unitarian Chapel, Cefpfand now in the occupation of Richard Jones/md William Gibbon, as tenants thereof. LOT 2.—All those TWO COTTAGES arnr GARDENS thereto belongiWsitu^Bjnear Iot4, and now in the occupationrofi Mbrgan Prooert and Thomas Thomas, as tetiantatuneof. The two lots are lield^inder Iras* for a^rerm of 999 years from the lstraay il 178^ subject to a ground rent o s. 6d. only. They produce a rental of £ W Warper annum. For further particulars, applwto the Auc- tioneer, 143, High-Street, Merthfr. Auctioneer's Office, June 20th, 1860. 200 WORKMEN'S COTTAGES* WANTED At Mountain Ash, in the, Parishes of Llan- iconno and A berdare. MESSRS. NIXON & CO. are prepared to grant BUILDING LEASES for 200 WORKMEN'S COTTAGES on their Land, near Navigation and Deep Duffryn Collieries, at moderate ground rents. The Cottages, when built, will be taken by them for a term of years, at a fair rental. Building materials caq be obtained from them, if desired, at reasonable prices, and Money will be Advanced by Messrs. Nixon ajm Co., on mortgage of the said Cottages, at tjie rate of 5 per cent, per annum. y f- > For full particulars, apply to Messrs. WfXMf 6 Co., at Navigation Colliery, or/fit^Helrjoffi^es at Cardiff; or to Messrs. HoLnnsRUE Solicitors, Aberdare and Moufitahi -Oh. Cardiff, March 29th, \S. H TREDEGAR TO BUILTfH. RICHARD JONES'S SPRiNG^VABjstarts from Tredegar every Tuesday MprnTOg. at Five o'clock, Brynmawr at o'JAockVfor Builth and Llandrindod, retu/iinAtovIWlegar every Friday, starting fronr thar*lMig'j/Head, Builth, at Six o'clock. Jt also nnst/om Tre- degar to Merthyr everj^faturday McLSTonday. Merthyr to Trodegar THE Public are informed that THOMAS GIBBON, the Mail Carrie* between the above places, is permitted to/ARB>V PAR- CELS, and which he engages to| dltiLv&r with the greatest care and punjmialitjl% 4^ Mives the Coach and Horses, ajCrthVr, rkpi o'ejock in -e the morning, and the Oambrimi jinn, Tredegar, at 12 o'clock, arriving/at at/a quarter past 1. Parcels left/at eithra of tha^e places, or in any house mrjKs, road, wUt betaken care of and properly delwered. MERTHYR & ABERGAVENNY ROYAL MAIL, vri fTlHE above J. Mai] leaves the Castle Hotel, me] rt Ilyr, every (Sun- days excepted), at Eight o'Clor.k Tredegar, at a Quarter-past Nine; and ai es in Abergavenny at Half-past Eleven, in time for the Twelve o'jitifk Third Class Tram to Hereford, Shrewsbury fester and Liver-poo arriving at the latter Mjce at Eight 0 OIOCK the same Evening/ »v ON ITS RETURN, tM MailllAvef the Angel Hotel, Abergavenny, ;>r HalwiastyOne o'Cloek in the Afternoon, (after the amvaf of the Liver- pool Train); and arrives in Wcryyv at a Quarter past Five, in time for the Yale of Neath, and Taff ale Trains.- To Carpenters, Builders, &e. • The Cardiff Depot of Prepared Joiners' Work, the Canal Wharf Hast, Cardiff (near the South Wales Railway Station.) J'AMES and PRICE have always on hand a large Stock of the following named GoodsSkirtings, Mouldings, Archi- traves, Cornices, Sash Bars, Door Jambs, Angle Beads, Doors, and Sashes. y Per foot, li-inch Doors, 4-panellecl sfy/fire,^ framed '\ct \7 2-inch Doors, moulded bajs! siom. V„ jJrd. 1-]-inch Bead, But and Square rj y>ad. 2-inch 6-panel Door ntc^il«eTr both sides 10d. I ^-inch Sashes andfFrafn^ VoaU Casings, Balti uiik s an Axle 1'ullies, prepared to Iimc double /•• » I i-incli do., as above, primed, and glazed with Crown Glass „ 13,1 d. 7-inch T orus Skirting, lis. per 100 feet run. TO PETER DUEKIN. I The undersigned, hereby expressly regret ? for having, through an error/i m*ov?n, preferred a charge of Felony ngaulfft yon, CTii^f 1 admit to be wholly unfbund*Mii^|»i<^jV<m £ jMit to give compensation for the l>v you to the amount of TwenAjf -ivylch I have this day paid, including yo|ft| solicitor's charges. J Dated June 7th, 1860, THOMAS" EVANS, Watchmaker, Aberdare. Witness—W. SIMONS, Solicitor, Merthyr. of abeedaee. To Hay, Corn, Flour, & General Merchants, TO BE LET far alterm,, or SOLD BY PRIVATWfCONTRACT, AI/Lthose well-eltablished PREMISES now occupied by Mr. WM, TODD, situate in Queen-street, Aberdare, consisting of a Dwelling House and Appurtenances, together with large and weil-arranged Store Rooms for trading in Hay, Corn, Flour, and General Goods The Stores are 51 feet by 25 feet in the clear, comprising two lower-storey rooms, with office and loft over the whole, replete with every con- venience for carrying on an extensive business. There is also a large Room, with loft above, 30 feet by 25 feet, constructed so as to permit the erection of a Steam-power Flour Mill, the advantages of which are incalculable, there being no Corn or Grist Mill wilira twelve miles of the district, which comprij(B aboiA 40,000 inha- bitants. f II y Stabling, 32 feetJny ll2 VaetTmcJoding room for Steam Enginei5r CHaffilaHa»€nd Crushing Oats, Beans. MaJ^ to.,»eK^aMor which may be had for griifere fiL&Wg. yWie whole of the premises are of recent!erection, and held under lease for 99 years, 9f^of ^yfiicli are unexpired. They are immediately ojffosite the Taff Vale Railway Station, being separated therefrom only lw a road, and within 400 yards of the Vale of /Neath Railway Station, and connected with the agricultural districts of Herefordshire by Rail- ways. For particulars, and to view, apply on the spot. May 30th, 1860. T C GRAND PIGEON MATCH AT Mr. G-. CULLTMOBBJC Talbot Inn, Tredegar, on TUESDAY,- JULY, 17th, I860. ii Prize—A first-rate ytouiJMtarreUed Gun, valued at £ 5 6s., the Bfope% or a/Sportsman. No. 11 bore, 1| oz. sMt~: fel yards /se for single barrels; 19 ditto ditto,(Wwble djrtto 100 ditto boundary; three-Birds fKcn. tickets, 3*. eacp. Barber supplies the Birdsyfind the Trap will be laid at Two ^'clock preci^y. "Prettv tube of mighty power, Charmer of my leisure hour"— gA Broseley. u TJ ON OUR ABLE MOTION was made XI of the BROSEM5Y qBaZED TO- BACCO PIPES at the wea1^J«hibinon, 1851. These Pipes, manofactinrCd l)v, ^pdr^tamped on each stem, E. SouTHOjmJBiMple^are strongly recommended to Gomlffijeff fop private use. Hotel keepers will find thm far superior to the ordinary clay pipes.' Sold in cases from one gross upwards. NO MORE SICKLY OR ILL-CONDITIONED HORSES OR OTHEB CATTLE. RAEEY'S HOKSE and cattle IMPROVING FOO!> restores the efficiency, vigour, endurance, imd muscle of. ill- conditioned or apparently worn out JrforsesyrowF, bullocks, calves, sheep, aa« pigs/ In short time it improves their appear an ceUind /alue by 20 to 30 per cent% RA^BY & Co^/J7, ^Regent's Quadrant, London. Lftins a^s^ at 6^ at lis.; in casks of about 45/ feeds, 50s.about 1000 feeds, £ 5, being 1M. per feai. Vorwarded on receipt of post-office oilersrxM casks free of carriage. AGENTS Merthyr, Mr. Vf. Stephens, che- mist, High-street; Aberdare, fir. W. J. Thomas, chemist; Neath, Mr. A. Hayman; Ebbw Vale, B. A. George, chemist; Pontypool, T. Rode- rick, chemist. DU BAEEY'S EEVALENTA ARA- BIC A CHOCf^ATE POWDEE contains the greatest ayfjunt of easily assirmfeted nourishment for stradgtheaKig delicate p^sons, children and infants with stomac^, chest, or nerves, and, at4hreepenc#Tier meaiVaffords a delicious breakftst, luri^flVor suppocr It is the best dietetic Jwmoepathic ^Kparatym, and may be eaten either.alone\o\nus& iwv* Du Barry's Revalenta Arabi^ll Boon- Al(mr!rab3y adapted to rear infants withrNln tins at Is. 6d.; lib., 3s.; 21b., 5s. 9d«; 51b.^»2s.; 121b/, 26s. The 121b. free of carriage on receipt Mi post-office order. BARRY DU BARRY and C/ 77, Regent-street, London, and may be had though all Grocers and Chemists. AGEUTS :—Aberdare, W. J. Thomas, J. Jones, T. Evans; Abergavenny, J. P. Watkins; Bryn- mawr, 0. Meredith; Ebbw Vale, B. A. George, chemist; Merthyr, Mrs. M. W. White, E. R. Gay, T. Loveridge, Davies and Phillips, grocers, T.' W. Goodfellow, grocer; Pontypridd, C. Bassett; Tredegar, C. Peaty; Ebbw Vale, T. V. Lewis. HENEI'S HORSE & CATTLE FEED. TTENRI'S PATENT CATTLE FEED is the J 1 most perfect preparation of the day for HORSES, COWS, CALVES, or SHEEP, as hundreds of Testimonials certify. Price 42s. per cwt.—HENRI'S PIG MEAL, 24s. per cwt. HENRI'S PATENT MEDICATED HORSE FEED, administered nightly, will quickly re- store Horses that are sicjr or (tfytheir feed, into store Horses that are sicjr or (tfytheir feed, into splendid and healthy jgDnditioi^Jiwithout inter- fering with their daitfy wojk\ ih stables where this is used, swollen legs, craacesOrcels, or sur- feit never appeal Bo s eoln/niug 56 feeds, !2s. Z r\\A y HENRI'S^FEED ($} the^nly one patented (1855) andissold, wiflra gami-anteed ANALYSIS, by HENRI'S PATKNT/CATTI-B FEED COM- PANY, Steam Mills, ADLL, the sole manufac- turers, to whom or their duly appointed Agents, orders must, be given, and Post Office Orders made payable. London Depot, 40. King Jf Uliam-street. Merthyr and Aberdare, THOMAS LOVEIUBGE, Merthyr. The Greatest Boon of the Ago! TEA DOUBLED IN STRENGTH REDUCED HALF IN PRICE Sea Sichiess and the ill effects of .Drink prevented and Health insured, by using Magnum PROMOTUM, OR the i'i. INDIAN TEA IMPBOVER.—Tea, which alone is simply a refreshing beverage, by the admixture of this INVALUABLE COMPOUND, is made so strengthening and nutritious, so bene- ficial to the nerves, that no emkp?'ant or family should be without it. It effectually prevents se ickn 11 not only imparts a rich taste and itgth to the Tea, which it so rej»anbles*« to/?how no trace of its presence, bat, a#i|ara tonic on the stomach, streng^eniytlViVroJfole system, rendering it equahy desirHle Jthe man of business or pleasure as 1id thj most delicate female.. y One Penny Packet will ymt a week in most families, and will save half flic Tea. Sold in packets at, Id., 3d., 6d., and la. each, with full directions for use, by various trades- men in Pembroke, Swansea, Cardid, Gloucester, Bath, Bristol, Liverpool, and Lon- don. Wholesale orders to be addressed to Mr. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Glebeland, Merthyr; Mr. BASSETT, Druggist, Pontypridd; Mr. DA vis Druggist, Cwmavon; or to Mr. GEORGE MAGGS, Sole Agent to the Manufacturers, 13, Deanstreet, Portland-square, Bristol. SPONGING, HIP, SHOWER, & EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BATH, MAY EE OBTAINED AT "w. T grib'S'ITH: V' FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGERY ESTA^ISJ^IWT. 'AR T IRON BEDSTEADS IN GREAT Agent for Price's Patent Case-Hardened Safe, which is undoul/fdly the onljfme capable of resisting the accomplished Burglar, as proved by the late disastrous^riaZ, at Barnslcy, between Price's and Milner's Safes.-See Barnslcy Advertiser, May 5, I860.' 147, HIGH STREET, OPPOSITE ANGEL HOTEL. EXCURSION FROM MERTflYR TO SWA"NSEA n/ THE MERTIIYR TEMPERANCE SOCIETY beg to inform the inhabitants of Merthjfr aad the surrounding neighbourhoods that they have arranged to run an EXCURSION TRftIN to SWANSEA on MONDAY, JULY 2nd, 1860. ft J The Train will leave Merthyr Station at half-past Seven a.m., calling at Aberpantl Lliwdcoajl, and Hirwaun Stations, and returning from Swansea at Eight p.m. y W TICKETS, 2s. EACH. ,K V For further particulars, see Bills, f J y T. EEES, ■• I' E/E SIDE 3sT T DEFTIST, HIGH STREET (opposite the West of England Bank), MERTHYR, INVITES the Public, and especiallv those afflicted with decayed or defective Teeth, to an exami- nation of the durable and elegant Artificial Mineral Teeth, manufactured by him on the premises in High-street. They are perfect in their resemblance to nature, never wear out or cor- rode, and answer in every respect the purpose of natural Teeth. Reference is kindly permitted to a large number of the most respectable persons ia tj*e Jreigh- bourhood who have patronized him.. jf i Rees's Essence for the Toothache, which produces an instantaneous cure, i^old In gjttle^/ at 6d. and Is. each. y V} y Rees's Tonic Astringent Mouth Lotion.—This excellent preparation hps beck xiMvej^by experience, to be of the greatest benefit for the cure of spungy gums, tenderor rehixelSum^ and as a general lotion for rendering the mouth sweet and comfortable,_ it will be^ounci fii^oi tne most pleasant ever employed. TOD ersons wearing Artificial Teeth it is invaluable.^ Rees's Tooth Powdet prevents and removes the formation of tartar, imparts t the Teeth pearly whiteness, gives adeJîghtf.11 fragrance to the breath, and entirely prevents the injuriou effects of acid and steel medicines upon the enamel. t THOMAS PRICE, (Opposite the Vale of Neath Railway Station), 7 MERTHYR, RESPECTFULLY announces that the REMAINING PORTI*lfc\0fWis SUM M ER STOCK of y\^ MANTLES, SHAWLS, MUSLIN ROBES, EANC1TDR^ES, TRIMMED BONNETS, &c., &o. WILL BE OFFERED AT GREATLY KJEDXJOBD PRICES. S." IIIWI 111 II'MI inn "MI ■■muni—MMN MI giMarc-.IWURRMW r ,I.-aa;aniiwni A—AAA—B—M———————■» THE NATURAL WIITllS OF FRAHCE. THE recent Reduction of Duties on Foreign Wines having placed good and wholesome Wines, at a moderate price, within the reach of all classes, T. loybbidge, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR, ¡ Begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Merthyr and neighbourhood, that he has just received a large STOCK of well-selected FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, and PORTUGUESE WINES, which he feels confident will give satisfaction to those who may favour him with their ronage. FRENCH WINES. SPANISHW IXe S. 1 Per dozen Quarts. Per dozen Quarts.. Claret 24s., 28s., 36s. Sherries ^*4S.(J2SS., 348s. Chablis 28s., 30s., 36s. Marsala y. 24s/Q Roussillon 28s., 30s., 34s. PORTUGUME »WOfEfS. Old French Port 34s., 36s. Porto • ./f. V* zj/C, 48s., 60s. Sparkling Burgundy 48s. Ditto Old .y. • • • 72s. Champagne 40s., 50s., 60s. y y An original Case, containing a Dozen Pint Bottles of French^ffines, cdBip^ed of the following different sorts, for 24s., carriage free :— jr Claret. I Old French Fort. Chablis. Sparkling Burgundy. Rousslllon, Champagne. Orders for these Cases, which will give parties an opportunity of trying these French Wines are respectfully solicited.. PROSPECTTJS OF A NEW LIBRARY, READING ROOM, & PHILOSOPHIC INSTITUTION. MERTHYR TYDFIL. THE Managing COR mittee of the Merthyr Library respectfully beg leave M nyfte tJrf^Tattention of their Fellow-Townsmen, and of the Gentlemen connected with this town and neighbourhood, to a project which they have for some time past had in contemplation. Literary Institutions are natural developments .of the march of civiliza^fom; both the products and instruments of sound social progress. Among these Pulflic Sbr^Jes necessarily occupy a prominent position. Such Institutions naturally attract to tj* £ mselvartlie most brilliant intelligence, and the more cultivated minds of their respective localttife. |Hte Mmbars therefore, from the superiority of their mental and moral characters, and iromjfne groatiff^suuiumess, variety, nd extent of their information, natyrally become the leaders of thought iu^nieiiy^everal circles; and in an acre whose every movement and agency tends to widen the area of pojuical power, and when dangers, irom crude views and ill-digested knowledge, incrense in proportion to the extention of popular influence, it becomes the bonnden duty of wise and thoughtful mcn to increase the number of such influential and be aeficial agents to aid and encourage all Institutions that have for their object, to purity and elevate the minds of the people at large; to render the best Works in every department of Science and Art easily nccessible to all classes of the community; and to diffuse a knowledge of the most substantial, instructive, and healthy literature, of past. and present times, among the teeming masses of populous localities. Actuated by these motives; and with the assistance of the Ironmasters and their Fellow- Townsmen, a few zealous persons founded Hie MERTIIYR LJBRAHV in the winter ot 1846 from that time forth thô Institution has not only maintained, its ground, but has also been steadily pro- gressive and self-supporting; its regular members now exceed one hundred and twenty; the shelves contain upwards of two thousand volumes of the most approved Works in Science, Art, History, Poetry, Fiction, and General Literature; these are all rendered accesible to the humblest readers at a charge of only Eighteenpencc per Quarter, or rather less than Three-half-pence per wefk; and the Committee have the ion to observe that the value of the Institutions is so far appreciated, that fro-n iwenfy-five to thirty volumes are taken out nightly. Tiie ^adiug News- papers of the day and several of the most approved weekly and monthly periodicals are regularly laid upon the Reading Room table. v But the usefulness of the Instr ution is limited by the want of space. Deterred by the faIlure Of more ambitious projects, the original promoters contented themselves with renting a comparatively small room. This has now proved inadequate to the requirements of the Institution, and of their nightly crowds of readers; their book-cases, which occupy all the available space, are insufficient to contain the books already in the Library, and which are steadily increasing in number; for the same reason, they are unable to use a of Globes, a fine Telescope, a very good Microscope, and other instruments, the use of which they have acquired by the amalgamation with them of the George-town Philosophical Society, founded in 1802; and they are unable to display their Maps, among which are Ordnance Maps o't the Merthyr District, geulogicelly coloured, and a very hand- some Map of America, recently presented by THOMAS FALCONER, ESQ. They have therefore resolved to appeal to their Fellow-Townsmen to assist them in erecting a suitable building for this purpose' and uaviug fructified the talents given to them on a former occa- sion, they are encouraged by the success of their past stewardship to expect a liberal amount of public support. They calculate that about £ 000 will suffice for the erection of a building suitable for a Library and Reading Room, and to form the nucleus of a Museum; and they propose to raise that amount by nceans of a .JOINT STOCK COMPANY, under the LIMITED LIABILITY ACT, in shares ot £ 1 each. They believe tlHtI. the credit of Merthyr itself is involved in this proposal. A far more ambitious project might justifhbly claim encouragement from the wealthy inhabitants of so large, populous, ami important [I pl:we as this; and when several of the neighbouring towns, especially Neath, Swansea, and Carm:: ihct), already have noble Institutions ot this kind, they feel assured that this appeal will elicit « p and a hearty response from the people of Meithyr. the Committee have much pleasure in announcing that 1-1. A. BRUCE, Esq., the Member for the Borough, authorised them to put down his name for £ 50; liberal promises have been received from other persons; and the Committee themselves will promote the object to the full extent of their several abilities. JOHN GRIFFITH, President. THOS. STFIPHENS, Non. See. IS-F" Applications for Shares to be made to the Honorary Secretary. UOTICE OIF ZR/EJ^EOAT-A-Il. RJOHNJiWIs/k'1 WATCHMAKER, ™SB1 & SI^VE^M?TH, J ESPECTFULLY informs his^ind ^^eyidthe Pu}»lfcgeneralk\iat l\ha/RE MOVED from Morgan-street to IOK NawrPWnisej/vn QUEEX^STRKJHV^«?T the Bftnk, which he has just Opened with an enmrelv NewJBtock/of Gold and^ver W^tyes, Jejjrellery, Plate, &c., which will be offered at greatly reduc<pric^s. y J. L. returns his sincere thanks for p favours, and begs to solicit a continuance of the same. Repairs done on the premises by experienced Workmen, at loio charges. WEDDING RINGS AT REDUCED PBICES. P9IXIPPJBD DISTRICT HIGHWAYS. TO CONTRACTORS. PERSONS desirous of Contracting for Exca- vating, Forming, making Drains, Metalling, and Fencing of a New Road (about 30 chains in length), from Troedyrhiw OldColliery to Graig- yn-ys-hir, in the parish "iy steadyfodwg, can see the plans and specifications ie Surveyor's Office, Pontypridd, on ami aiteiVMondirfy, j une 25th, 1860. YUj Tenders to be satu. to fee Tmnreyor's Office, addressed to the airl ojrbefore the 3rd of July, 1860, ill the fornr^to be had of the Sur- veyor, whichmill be opeiTCd dn the" 4th of July, 1860. The successful competitor to give approved security. By order of the Board. JOHN DAY, District Surveyor. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest, or any Tender. PGlTYPMBD DISTRICT HIGHWAYS. TO CONTRACTORS. PERSONS desirous of Contracting for the Excavating, Forming, making Drains, and Metalling of a New Road (about 20 chains in length), on the Gellygaer Mountain, near Brra- rhae, in the hamlet of Ys#wyd#g^yn, parM of Gellygaer, can see the pfanaTimd Specifications at the Surveyor's Office,\on'»d afeer Monday, the 25th of June, 18^0. Y The Surveyor wpl attCTort^n the ground at 12 o'clock on Thursday, tlie%8m or June, 1860, to give any information re red Tenders to be sent to the Surveyor's Office, addressed to the Chairm^nf on or before the 3rd of July, 1860, in the form to be had of the Sur- veyor, which will be opened on the 4th of July, 1860. The successful competitor to give approved security. By order of the Board. JOHN DAY, District Surveyor. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest, or any Tender. MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION, Election of Publio Vaccinators. HPHE Guardians will, on SATURDAY, JUNE JL 30th, 1860, at 11.15 a m., elect a PUBLIC VACCINATOR for each of theJollowing Dis- tricts, viz., the Dowlais Distrm^nd the Garth and Vaynor District. Form of Vaccination Co^traAt i!fS% Be sjjrai at my Office. y 1 y The Vaccinator be wiuivwufyned as by Law required. y Bv order. ] FRA NIT JAMES, Clerk. High-street, Merthyr, June 9th, 1860. Prichard's Aromatic SteeL-Pills ARE successful in all cas«^>f enfeMHed health, where the vital QpncL IffoVbecojtfie dete- riorated, and physical jfrfergies w, nd weak- ened. Prepared byfW. F^AaiA^fD, Apothe- cary, 65, Charina^^oqffcmVboKiR at Is. l|d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6<L^nd lis. *jToy had of Messrs. Smyth, and «ees, chemWs^Vlertliyr; James, chemist, Dowlais; Thomas^chemist, Aberdare; and by order of all medicine vendors. JUNE, 1860. Steam, Communication between Cork, Car- diffi and Newport. | „ rpiIE CORK STEAM SHIP I A is JL COMPANY'S Screw Steamer ■JJySgk "PREUSSISCHER ADLER," 1,000 Tons, Captain BYRNE DODO," 1,000 Tons, Captain Cr0KT) or "BUfTERN," 800 Tons, Capt. HOLLAND, areJ^te ruled to ply as under, and afford conveya^e for Passengers, Goods, and Cattle, at veil oderate rates. FROM GARDIPJ^ND NEWPORT. Newport, Sttar lie 2ml. k. 4/h.m. Cardiff, Saturdaj^L^ • y a.m. Newport, Saturday^ P-m. Cardiff, Saturday 2^» a.m. Newport, Saturday .^>V?0th.. • J.. 3 p.m. Fraig^apK.— Cardiff, Illed es th 41- p.m. Newport, Wednesdiijj^ ..Mi/ 9-^ a.m. Cardiff, Wednesday, .20jC 4 p.m. Newport, Wednesday, 9 a.m. To CORK, Best Cabin, 17sT^^—Deck, 7s. Horses, Carriages, Live Stock, Goods for SJdpment shouhi be alongside OKE HOUR before the advertised time of Starting. For Freight or Passage, apply at the Company'ii Office, Cork; or to Messrs. Owen and Downing Ship Brokers, Cardiff; or, Mr. Jas. Maddo<;ks.; KTi'part. JUNE, 1860. CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. —< rpHE Cardiif Steam Navi- ~~1 ..JL gafion Company's Fnst- Sailing Steamer "JENNY JONES," DAVID DAVIES, LJ Commander, is intended to ply between CARDIFF Bud BRISTOL, with Passengers and Mechandize, during the ensuing month, as under :— FROM BUTE DOCKS,: FROM BATIIURSTBA- CARDIFF. SIN, BRISTOL. June. jJune. > 1 Friday 2 p.m.1 2 S^rd,fyV\ 5 p.m. 4 Monday 4J p.m. 5 TmesjMy 7|«a.m. 5 Tuesday 5 p.m. J^edfcraiay 8 6 Wednesday 5f p.mV? ThursMy.Sh a.m. 8 Friday 7 a.mcS 9 SaViWay J 10 a.m. 11 Monday 8i 12 noon 13 Wednesday lOLft.m.ili TVursdsty.. 2 p.m. 15 Friday p.m. 16 SWhirJrty.. 3', p.m. 18 Monday p.m. 19 Tuesday 6^ a.m. 20 Wednesday 5* a.m. 20 Wednesday 7 p.m. 21 Thursday. 5f a.m. 21 Thursday 7 1 p.m. 22 Friday 61 p.m. 23 Saturday 9 a.m. 25 Monday 8^ a.m. 26 Tuesday 12 noon 27 Wednesday 10| a.m. 28 Thursday 2 p.m. 29 Friday 12| p.m. 30 Satuiday p.m. 2 To-and-Fro from Caniiff, 20th and 21st. a, To-and-fro from Bristol, 5th and 6th. Fares :—After Cabin, 3s.; Fore Cabin, Is. 6d, —Further information as to freight, &c., may be obtained by apptigpg at the Company's (Sflice, Bute Docks. Cai«K; or to John Kvered, Clare- street. Hall, Bristol. E. J. THOHRB, Goneral Superintendent. MR. JOHN PRICE, Wholesale Provision Factor, 26, Wellington-street, Merthyr. Home-cured We^h jtfacon oMhe, best quality at the lovMst t psices. PRIME BEY THE CASK, Alway re onable prices. STORF,S:-Hanc sId Stores, High-street TO DRAPERS. TO BE DISPOSED OF, AN excellent Ready-M<me<^BUSINESS in_ the above line, iythe b^j situation in" Dowlais. The premi^Jare^Ife^Rrge^f and most convenient in the n^Aboi^jbodyTvhere a re- munerative busings hak"%een d/nie for the last 10 years. Sat' ae so for its disposal, and any further iu ar will be given on applicatioiyfo Mr.—EVAF JONES, Draper, Merthyr. The above is an opportunity that seldom occurs to any Young Man with a moderate capital. LOVERIDGE'S RHEUMATIC PILLS. THE numerous Testimonials received during JL the past two years have fully proved and justify the Proprietor in recommending them to the Public as the best Remedy for the following Diseases: — RHEUMATISM—ACUTE, CHRONIC, AND MUSCULAR; PAINS IN THE BACK; PAINS AND GIDDINESS IN THE HEAD; BILIOUS COMPLA T8 CoSTIVENESS, ARISING FM(M Ii*SVesTION Among those recentlv^recei^d, arevbyfol- lowingX » HJgh-strM<, MertlKTL Oct. 7^859. SIR,—For fiftee^weeks I leered Jrom such violent pain an^/giddir^!jwn my ^ad that J could not sle^p night norjday, ymd at times became almost distracted «Sa dejlnous from the severe pain. I tried almost every remedy—ap- plied leeches and blisters, bya could obtain no relief until I took your Rheumatic Pills, which gave me almost immediate relief, and in a few weeks restored me to my usual good health. Yours, &c., MARY KEALAN, Confectioner. Mr. Loveridge. Cwm Rose Row, Tredegar. Sir,—My stomach and head had been bad for many years, and I had tried almost everything until I took your excellent Pills, which have quite cured me. Yours, &c., DANIEL EDWARDS, Mr. Loveridge. Founder. Ynysyfelin, Cwm Taft, June 20, 1859. Sir,—I had been bad for three years with pains in my legs and back, and I had tried Taff's Well and several other places, but did not obtain any relief until I took your Rheumatic Pills, and I have now the pleasure of informing you that I am quite recovered. Yours, &c., Mr. Loveridge. DANIEL BEVAN. Club Houses, Glebeland, Merthyr, June 26,1859. Sir,-My little girl, nine years old, had been a great sufferer from pains in her chest and through her limbs, but I am glad to inform'you she is now quite well, after taking your valuable Pills. Yours, &c., DAVID GRIFFITHS. LIST OF AGENTS :~Tredegar, Mr. Crosswell; Aberdare, Mr. Evans; Newbridge and Treforest, Mr. Bassett; Hirwaun, Mr. Sims; Cardiff, Mr. Evans; Dowlais, Mr. Lewis; Swansea, Mr. Glover; 'Brynmawr, Mr.Jones; Neath, Mr. Hib- bert; Aberaman, Mr. Charles; Aberdare, Mr. Orchard, Mill-street; Abersychan, Mr. Martin. —Wholesale Agents, Messrs. Barclay and Son, London. London. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. A CURE FOR TFIE AFFLICTED!—Pos sessed of this remedy every man is his own Family Physician. If his wire or children are troubled with eruptions of the skin, sores, tu- mours, white swellings, sore throats, asthma, or any other external ailment, a n^hsevering use of the Ointment is all that is nec^jssarj^o produce a radical cure. y Piles and MstulqflL radical cure. Piles and MstulqflL The cures which this Optnient efKctSj/n heal- ing Ulcers of long staying and wli^l/have re- sisted all other applicafions, akfltell ayin curing Piles, Fistulas, lia^beeikfioYokntjlss and so notorious throughout thi wMri, thfet any effort to give an adequate detaiW statement of their number or chfirBcter would be vain. It is suffi- cient to say that the Ointment has never proved inefficacious. Great Household Remedy! The diseases of the skin, to which children are jnost subject, such as encrusted sores on the head and face, rashes, ring-w rm, tetter, pimples, &c., are quickly relieved by his onguent. B th the Cintinent and Pills should be used, in the following eases: — Bad legs Corns (soft) Rheumatism I5ad breasts Cancers Scalds Burns Contracted and Sore nipples Bunions stiff joints Sore-throats Bite of Mosche- Elephantiasis Skin-diseases toes aid Sand- Fistulas Scurvy flies Gout Sore-heads oco-bay Glandular swel- Tumours Cldego-foot liners Ulcers Chilblains Lumbago Wounds Chapped hands Piles Yaws Sold at the Establishment of PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY, 344, Strand, (near Temple Bar), London, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilized world, at the following prices:—-Is. l|d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 228., and 33s. each Box. ( There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. '> N.B.—Directions for the guidance of patient n every disorder are affixed to each Box • DAYID paoiE, Auctioneer, Apprniterf AS&tntant, Houm, and L<u€d A omit. Fire and Life Pf^o^dvantageotw Punctual att^dance frtHtll nutters entrusted to him,/ Private Residence—38, Tfiomas-street, MerthyrTydnI: I"-I TTTTT———ME-— Mr. ABBIi S. JONES'S NOTICES. COMMERCIAL STREET, ABERDARE. LONDON WATTEIFOUSE DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. TO BlI LET BY PEITATE CONTRACT for a term of years, ALL those large and commodious Premises adapted for an extensive Drapery business the property of Mr. Samuel Lewis, Draper, and now occupied by him, situate in Commercial- street, Aberdare, where he has carried on the above trade for the last 12 years, and from which he retires to private life. The premises consist of a Bkrat Shop, 30 feet by 21 feet, with Plate GlaaTWii^ws and re- plete with the most modei^r fixflires aftd appli- ances, Show Room, Hat abon^Store Room See. The dwelling part cowfets ofjahin/-oom,par- lour, kitchen, with ^l^Sother >fonvenience, seven bedrooms, also yarehoitWan/ outhouses Commercial-street/fortflpUie /rincipal tho- roughfare for the la/ge and fa*-i/creasing popu- .r fr lation of the town, and affords the very best trading chances for visiting and casual cus- tomers, and the premises advertised are centrally placed, and directly on the main road from the Taff Vale and Vale of Neath Railway Stations from each of which hundreds of passengers issue forth thrioe a day. The whole of the premises are in perfect re- pair, and will be Let to respectable and trades- manlike parties enly, at a rent quite moderate in comparison with the present rates charged for premises in the same trade in the same town. For further particulars, apply to ABEL S. JONES, Auctioneer, at his Office, Commercial- street; or to Mr. S. LEWIS, the proprietor. June 13th, 1860. TOWN OF ABERDARE. m Mr. ABEL S. JONES Will SELL BY AUCTION, on MONDAY; JuLY the 9th, 1860, and following days, com- mencing each day at Two o'elocjt, THE whole of the well-selaftedL^nd useful STOCK of DRAPERY adTotWft GOODS the property of Mr. S. LE 18" street, Aberdare, who is retjmtag fiXm business. The opportunity is now offgred nj^mUiQ|s(whieh seldom occurs) of furnisjfiiyc tMmsdfas with every useful article the/ maKrequfre in this department, at convenient and etonqpoical prices, inconceivably lower t n those which are gene- rally charged by the trade; J The whole of the Stock will be sold without any reserve. The Working Oiasses are especially invited to attend this sale. Auction and Insurance Offices, Commercial-street, J*une 12th, 1860. BRECONSHIRE AND GLAMORGANSHIRE. HISHLY-IltPOBTAiri AJTD KXtBITSITB FREEHOLD ESTATES, VALUABLE MINBRALIB, COLLIERY, AND IRON WORKS, Comprising altogether about 14,000 Acres. Afooorii. JRORYOY, JrOGGAIlT, and TBIST Have received instructions from the Executors of the late JOSEPH CLA TPON, Esq., to offer for SALE, at the MART, on FRIDAY, JULY 20th, at 12, in lots, THE GREAT BRECON FOREST ESTATE, Onllwyn Colliery and IronWorks, a highly, important Freehold Property, situate about 14 utiles from the town of Brecon, and 26 from Swansea. It extends over about 14,000 acres of land, sub-divided into various occupations, with farm houses and buildings, each tenant occupy- ing with the mountain pastures a proportion of enclosed arable and cultivated land with planta- tions, well adapted for the rearing and shelter of sheep, let at low rentals, and adapted for the preservation of game. LOT 1 will comprise an Estate called CNEWR including Van Gyherych/ Van Fraith, Gelly! md Cefyder, in the county of Brecon, with rwo stone-built dwelling haOges, fqt shepherds • cottages, barn, stabhfcg, Tiouses, cow- houses, and other bujidilgiatogeflker with about 5,779 acres (lying/n ayirtJ feftce) of arable, meadow, and pasture lanA including about 33 acres of wood ami plffcfSlon/ This lot con- tains valuable limestone Mid fire-clay; it is tra- versed by the Brecon-forffit ttamroad,' by which an abundant supply of lime c be obtained. LOT 2.—The CEFNEIL /ESTATE, situate in the parish of Uywel, principally bounded by the road leading from Trecastle to Swansea, the high road from Brecon to Swansea, and adjoining lots 1 and 3. It consists of a newly- erected dwelling house, with barn, stabling, and buildings, together with about 1,347 acres of land, lying in a ring fence, including eight enclosures, which contain about 36 acres. LOT 3.—The CWMCRAY ESTATE, bounded by lots I and 2, and the high road from Brecon to Swansea, consisting of a dwelling house and outbuildings, together with about 814 acres of mountain land, lying in a ring fence. LOT 4.—The VAN-NSDJ> and BLAENLLIA. ESTATE, bounded by lots 1 and 5, and the high road from Brecon to Neath, consisting of two dwelling houses and buildings, together with about 1,617 acres of mountain land, lying in a ring fence, including 161 acres of enclosed land. LOT 5.—PANTMAWR ESTATB, situate 14 miles from Brecon and Merthyr, and about six miles from the Hirwain Railway Station, con- sisting of a dwelling house, two cottages and buildings, and about 1,914 acres of mountain land (including about 46 of arable and pasture), enclosed by a stone wall, and now used as a rabbit warren. LOT 6.—The PENWYLLT ESTATE, including Wern, situate adjoining lots 1 and 5; it is tra- versed by the Brecon Great Forest tramroad, and consists of about 2,356 acres of monntain land, a portion of which is on a bed of limestone, and also contains beds of rotten stone and Are sand. LOT 7.—A Cottage, Garden, and Pasture Land, adjoining lot 6, containing 4a. Or. 30p. LOT 8.—A Piece of Pasture Land, called Cae-Relig," or Willow Piece, adjoining lot 1, and containing 8a. lr. LOT 9.—A Piece of excellent Meadow Land adjoining the Senny-bridge terminus of the Brecon Forest tramroad at Castell, and contain- ing about 5 acres. LoT 10.—A Farm, known as "Pentre-goch- garreg," situate in the parish of Defynnock, comprising a substantial dwelling house and buildings, together with about 65 acres of pro- ductive arable, meadow, and pasture landi LOT II.-The ON.LL-,N-YN COLLIERY, situate in the parish of Cacoxton-juxta-Neath, in the county of Glamorgan, containing many valuable seams of coal and ironstone, the minerals extend- ing under about 300 acres, and the coal is of fine quality, and well ndapted for smelting pur- poses. Iron works haye been erected on the premises, and there are two furnaces, both of which are expected shortly to be in full operation. May be viewed on application to the bailiff, W. PHILLIPS, of Gurnor Wharf, Ystradgun- lais, Swansea; and full particulars, with plans, shortly had of Messrs. BTJRXHAM and SON, Solicitors, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire; DAYYJ THOMAS, Esq., Solicitor, Brecon; at the Atictien Mart; and of Messrs. NORTON, HOGGART, and TRIST, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange. STOLEN OR STRAYED. LOST or STOLEN, from the/River Side, Mill-street, Absrdar^oii jfosoAY last, the 10th instant, a PONY MARE, meyproperty of Mr. LEWIS LEWIS, Gfof«rVlillyRreet, Aber- dare. She is of blacir dolour,\eyut 11 hands high, with switch taiJrcut^^iar^pbout 2ft. 6in. long. There is a sMht^farHSf ^vound recently, inflicted on her hijR par eR the tail, and her age is rising fiveVears. Whoever will give gt cit information as will; lead to her recovery, if strand or if stolen, the' punishment of fcfte thief, will be handsomely re- warded, on application t tb" Owner as above, or to the Police of Mei' oiyr or Aberdare. ♦ i V t