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HAREIS's ANNOUNCEMENTS. MR. H. W. HARRIS, >f AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, HOUSE, ESTATE, AND -p. GENERAL AGENT, j-j GS to inform the Public that all matters att^™8^ care wiH be punctually and carefully to- Rents collected. Fire and Life Policies on advantageous terms. dailv* an^ other Shares Bought and Sold, and the "J Prices obtained on application. ces 140, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. [5476 TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE OONritAOr, A BAY MARE, J^-LoING Four Years old, good in harness or wind anVl^^b' *r°m hands high, and sound in or further particulars as to price, &c., apply to Mr. H. —— arris, Auctioneer, 140, High-street, Merthyr. [5469 TOWN OF ABERDARE. To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By 1111'. H. W. HARRIS, rZ-DESDAT' ^e 10th day of July, 1866, at the THREE in ^N.N» Cardiff-street, Aberdare, at Seven o'clock ,Ae Evening, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced, LL that D WELLING-WpsEland GAE- II- DEN, numbered 14, situate/jn th< row called n xwenty Hou >ea," on part of theI BlaengWawr Estate, th "} the occupation of Mr. Join/ Evans, as tenant eof, producing a rental of 17 3s. pier anni mi. a x premises are held for three lives, and to complete 1 6 o? ^9 years, suuject to the annual ground rent of A°s. od. only. 2^°* FURTHER particulars apply to Mr. LLEWELLYN, Timber l4n Cardiff-street, Aberdare or to the AUCTIONEER, *"Sh-8treet, Merthyr. [5470 LESSONS ON THE PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND HARMONIUM, BY 51 CROOK, 17, New Castle Street, Thomas Town, Merthyr. T For Terms, al)ply at the above address. thn lv 7s 1° supplied at a considerable Reduction from the published pri es. » Quarter commences July 30th. [5477 pianofortes AND HARMONIUMS. JPXrELLENT Toned Pianofortes, in Walnut E and Rosewood, at 25 Guineas, New Second Hand ditto, (jood, at t5, at 'rAYLOR'S PIANOFORTE WAREHOUSE, MARKET SQUARE, MERTHYR. fir Pianos for Sale or Hire. Music Half-price. °f the^erm11 ^Pe'°P^on °f purchase at the expiration A FACT! 80.000 IMEPJECEJS are now Sold — I "Watches superaWfoiL—One of these £ °"ly-Invented and Wonderful FrenVh ROCKET TIME- KEEPERS, in handsome Gilt CasaA wi\li Appendages, spl^nted Correct, will keep in gairng o\der for yeans, AilV1^ Thousands. Sent Post Flee fonl6 Stamps — Ga+v> eS-S' William SMITH and Co., Watchmakers, 2, T, Terrace, Holland Park Road, Kensington, Won, W. NO AGENTS.- 5451 K AYE'S WOPvSUELL'S PILLS. THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE. 4 ky all Chemists, &c., at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., and *s. 6d. per Box. KALE'S WOKSDELl' PILLS IHE BEST REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION. J all Chemists, &c., at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., and Is- 6d. per Box. [5517 JOHN WILLIAMS, Builder and Ironmonger, of Dowlais, and MARIA, his Wife, DECEASED. PUBLIC NOTICE. yV LL parties indebted to the above are re- Tofr rail at the house of HARRIES, of No. 15, "Btreet, Pantywyee. Merthyr Tydfil, immediately, so tn A?™ Vu" arrailoeuient to pay their different accounts DowkL 8 Sa1iuel; Cordwainer, Well Street, DAVID HARRIFS, OQ,, Executor of Maria Williams. _May iKsth, 1866. [5532 ltEAD THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISEMENT OF COHEN AND SON'S, WH0. would inform the public that they J cinl» °on(iuct their Business upon their established prin- ai!!iC, A J Seeing » Superior Article at the Cheapest auu Moderate Cost. COHENS' Men's Black Cloth Suits. 33s. Od. C(jHENS' Boys' ditto 18s. Od. COHENS' Men's Black Cloth Trowsers 12s. 6d. C(IIIENS' Boys' ditto 7a. Od. COHENS' Overcoats, best Witney 18s. Od. COllENS' Pilot Jackets. 15s. Od. COllENS' Boys' ditto 8s. 6d. COHENS' Men's Cloth Vests 6s. 6d. COHENS' Boys' ditto 3s. 6d. COHENS' Mole Trowsers 6s. 6d., 7s. Od., 10s. 0 Co Men's Fancy Trowsers and Vests 0 'Zlxt to be seen to be appreciated a Marvel of Moderate cheapness, of a good woollen quillity 17s. 6d. ^hese^ SON would especially inform the public that Nicies combined in one price, are beyond competi- ■*ith quality—they are thoroughly well made and cut, | S°od material, and of an unequalled low price. es desirous of effecting economy in their purchases of toEN'S, YOUTHS' & BOYS' CLOTHING, i should make a call at 1 C O rr UHEN AND SON'S CLOTHIERS & OUTFITTERS, 86 & 87, QUEEN STREET, TREDEGAR. tt [5504 ^SF" THOUSANDS NOW USE "^1 J °hnson, J ohnson&Co s PURE TEA. Tlle •rea for the MILLION,—on Unt of its great strength and uniform excellence. GBSERVEalI are8d.perlb.CHEAPEll Iu Packets only, from 2-ozs. to 1-lb., « 3-lb. & 6-lb. Tin Canisters- At 2/8,-3/-& 3/4 per lb. -hoice Qualities, 3/8 & 4/ per lb. Johnson, Johnson & Co. —i See /;TEA MERCHANTS. LONDON. s"1'! })V cl t^e n"me- 1S on each Pockr. eniists, Confectioners, &c., in every Town*. JFERT, LOCAL AGENTS. AberH^r: Chemist, George-town. ^^viir»fre Th°m^s. Chemist. l>ovvK;aWrr: ^ONES> Stationer, < Chemist. t i ^AI)tvniln A?H: THOMAS, Chemist. ] 8 AwjtK'Po8t 0ffice- 17> & CO., TEA ^VLebghakts, f Stwset, CITY, LONDON^ [0506 1 J WATERLOO HOUSE, MERTHYR. SUMMER TASHIONS. EVAN MEREDITH* BEGS to inform the Public of his return from London with a Splendid ASSORTMENT OF GOODS -*— comprising the Principal and Lattst Novelties of the Sanson, and that THE SHOW ROOM IS NOW OPEN. E. M. calls particular attention to his stork of Broad and Narrow C)ot"s, Fancv Contiiijrs, Fanrv Trousering silk Velvets, Pats, < a; s, f-'hitto, Collars, Ties, Scarfs, &c &c., and all other articles for gentlemen's wear, not to be surDaswd bv nr.y House in tl e Trade. p 38, Hijh Street, Merthyr, April 26ih, 1866. [.:503 MRS. SHAW ¥2EGS to announce to the Ladies of Merthyr and its vicinity that her SHOTV "ROOMS were *-9 RE-OPENED i"r the Season on THURSDAY, May 3rd, *vith a New and Elegant Assortment oi Alii liner j*. & c. in the lattst London and Paris Fashions. AN EARLY INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 4, Church-street, Thomas Town. (No Circulars.) [5502 TO SHOEMAKERS, SADDLERS, AND OTHERS. JOHN LOUGIIER, CURRIER AND LEATHER S ELLER, 12, BRIDGE STREET, MERTE 5"R TYDFIL. J. L. brgs to acquaint the Public that he hns just taken to the above Old-established Business, and by strict attention to business, he hopes to be favoured with t share of public support. [5273 MR. J E JONES, SCULPTOR, IGEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT/TIE HAS OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY PHOTOGRAPHING GALLERY On his Premises at the Entrance of Themas Town Cemetery, and in or er to meet the wishes of his numerous patrons, he lias secured the services of a first-class Artist from the leading stwijos of England, Ireland and America, Metro- politan and Provincial. The Gall 3ry has been constructed on the latest principles, and for the best artistic purposes is unsurpassed. IW i he usual CARTE DE VISITE will be produced at dONE-HALF the USUAL PRICE, I namely, 6s. per dozen. Enlargements at low prices. VIGN E I TES 8s. per dozen. Mr. Jones would assure his Friends and the Public of not only first-class, but permanent Photographs. I5446 SELLING, OFF AT REDUCED PRICESI MISS RlCfl MONDS, BERLIN WOOL, FANCY, & STATIONERY REPOSITORY 108, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, (Opposite St. David's Church). R|PHE following: Articles, in Stock are to be ^OLD OFE at G-REATLT REDUCED PKTCES:— Albums—Mus'cal, Pearl, Ivory, Velvet, Russia Leather, &c. Dolls—Walking, Speaking, Crying, and every other description of Doll. Vases, Lustres, Toilette Sets, Ladies Necessaires. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Dressing Cases, Fancy Soaps, Fancy Hair Brushes, Combs of every description, Lombardo Pins, &c. A large and magnificent Stock of Berlin Needlework. The new Hand Banner Screens, Braiding Designs and Braids of every description, Cottons, &c., also a stock of STATIONERY, AT MISS HICHMOJSTD'S BERLIN WOOL, FANCY, AND STATIONERY REPOSITORY 108, fligh Street, opposite St. David's Church. [5518 BOATING & FISHING AT PENTWYN RESERVOIR. rrHE Public of Merthvr, Dowlais, Oefn-coed-y*cymmer, and neighbourhoods, are respectfully 1 informed that the Season for Boating and Fishing has commenced at the above-named magnificent lake. 1TCKETS, for. One Day's Fishing, One Shilling each; or for the Entire Season, Half-a-Guinea, may be obtained of Mr. F. ATKINS, at High Street, Merthyr; and at Balaclava Street, Dowlais: also, at the Reservoir. BOATS MAT BE ENGAGED AT ALL REASONABLE HOURS AT CHEAP RATES. [5515 IMPORTANT TO COLLIERS. E V A N T H 0 M A S, IKONMOHGER, SAFETY LAMP MANUEACTUKEK, 7, CARDIFF STREET, ABERDARE, BEGS to call the attention of Colliery Proprietors and Colliers to his superior made Lamps. Clany Lamps, 5s. 3d. each Firemen's Lamps, 4s. 3d. Newcastle Pattern Davy Lamps, 4s. 3d. Clany Lamp Glasses, 61. each. Safety Lamps repaired at the shortest notice. [5501 THOMAS JAMES PEARCE, A.LE AND PORTER BREWER, PONTYCAPEL. ORDERS SENT TO No. 3, VICTORIA STREEET, PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WHOLESALE PRICES ON APPLICATION. (5507 rirst-Class Tuinisliiiig & General Ironmongery Warehouse, 147, BIGH STREET, MERTHYR, W. T. G R IFF I T H S, PROPRIETOR. BEST Electro-Plated Goods, Table Cutlery, Baths, Iron Bedsteads, Register Scoves. Kitchen Ranges, Fire Proof Safes, &c., &c. Oils, Iron Tubing, India Rubber, and other articles used by Iron Masters md Coal Proprietors. (5506 TO ALL WHO DESTRE A DINNER WELL COOKED— 3APTAIN WARREN'S COOKING POT IS INDISPENSABLE FT saves wapte and trouble—Preserves the flavour of the meat-Is excellent for making soups. of all kinds Renders burning, scorching, over-boiling, & smoking impossible—Effects a great saving over old nethods—Most delicately flavoured dishes can be made by inexperienced cooks—Meats may be kept hot for two hours without spoiling—Meat prepared by it is invaluable for invalids and persons of weak indigestion The same set of vessels may bd used for either baking or boiling-It has also a steamer for cooking vegetables. MAY BE HAD AT T THOMAS'S IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, 132, High Street, (opposite the Bush Hotel,) Merthyr TydfiL [5508 CAEDRAW FACTORY, MERTHYR TYDFIL. DANIEL ROBERTS, WELSH riiMEL & STOCKING YARN MANUFACTURER, A LARGE assortment of PLAIN and FANCY FLANNEL always on hand also, WHITE FLANNEL of a Superior Quality. WELSH STOCKING YARN of every description at moderate prices. CTD A S PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. L5509 Improvement in Dental Surgery inJlir Cjii^)) THOMAS REES, DENTIST, 28, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, j3 ESPECTFTJLLY announces that be has recently made professional visits to London and Paris for the purpose of }>erfecting himself in recent improvements introduced into the practice of Dental Surgery, sspecially those affecting the introduction of Artificial Teeth, without the necessity of removing hidden stumps, or giving the Patient the slightest pain in their application. He would especially draw public attention to these im- provements, as they indicate the perfection characteristic of the Art in the atteliers of Parisian Dentists, especially with respect to the manipulation and the affixing of Artificial Teeth. The Material used in the construction of these Teeth is so natural in colour that it defies detection, even if the mouth be looked into, whilst its durability is all that can be desired. Scaling, Filling, and Regulating Teeth executed on moderate tqp&9> and M (brict PtRtal principles* t6516 -c £ *^PARD.] EREDKRIC.K WARE, ¡ (LARI WARR Sc. 80N3,). TAILOR AID 0FT&TTEB,, i BRISTOL ||^Y. I South Wales Establishment:—5, DUKE STREET, Cardiff. [5499 J. OEPPEN, :<: TAIL0R AND 0TJTTITTET? 56, THOMAS STREET, MERTHYR. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO [5498 PIPES. PIPES. PIPES. TO PUBLICANS AND OTHERS. pIPES cf excellent quality always on hand at the PIPE FACTORY, Dynevor Street, George-town Merthyr. Orders immediately executed, either by the box or gross. [5479 THE IMPERIAL ART UNION. £5000 FIRST PRIZE, AND UPWARDS OF 1,500 OTHERS IN PAINTINGS, VARYING IN VALUE FROM JS1,000 DOWN TO £5 EACH. HPHTS AKT UNION allovsall Prizes to be selected by Prize-holders themselves, in any part of the Kingdom. Ticket holders or their representatives will be admitted to the Drawing. SUBSCRIPTION:-HALF A GUINEA PER SHARE. Remittances to be made to the Secretary, or any of the Agents, who will also furnish every information. RICHARD KING, Secretary. Offices-10, Castle-street, Holborn, London, E.C. N.B.—Agents wanted on liberal terms. References re- quired. [5327 JOHN PUGHE, LICENSED EMIGRANT AGENT, 80, TITHEBARN STREET, NEAR THE EXCHANGE, LIVERPOOL, T>EGS to iuform his Friends and countrymen •* J who are about to Emigrate to America, Australia, Patagonia, or any other part of the Globe, that they may have full particulars of the fares, time of sailing of Steamers and Sailing .Ships, &c., per return of post, by sending him a letter in Welsh or English, containing one stamp, to the above address. N.B.—The best Accommodation for emigrants on the most reasonable terms, and a convenient,room to keep their luggage free of expense. ° Steamers to New York and all parts of the States, and Canada every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and every alternate Friday and Saturday. Sailing Ships Weekly to New York and all parts of Australia We, whose names are subjoined, high*1' ..o<!ommend Mr. JOHN PUGHE to the notice of Emigrants who may be relied upon: WILLIAM REES (Hiraethog), ") B. THOMAS, Ministers JOSEPH WILLIAMS, of the JOHN THOMAS, Gospel H. E. THOMAS, > of NOAH STEPHENS, different WILLIAM ROBERTS, Denomina- DAVID WILLIAMS (Troedrhiwdalar), tions. R. ELLIS (Cynddelw), NOAH STEPHENS, different WILLIAM ROBERTS, Denomina- DAVID WILLIAMS (Troedrhiwdalar), tions. R. ELLIS (Cynddelw), [5500 THE PROVINCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). Capital. £ 100,000. Chief Offices :-104, FLEET STREET, London. DIRECTORS: THE RIGHT HON. LORD G. LOFTUS (Chairman of the London.") CAPTAIN T. HANDLEY (late of H.M. Indian Army), Southsea, Hants., and 2, Upper Belgrave Terrace, Belgravia. W. H. JOHNSON, Esq., Albion Villas, Tottenham (Mana- ging Director). CHARLES DOHERTY, Esq., Iffley Villa, Upper Norwood, and the Cavendish Club, London. JOSEPH FLEET, Esq., Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex. ALEXANDER BOYLE, Esq., The Junior Carlton Club, London. MANAGER FOR LONDON: J. W. WALTERS, Esq., 104, Fleet-street. SECRETARY: J. VINCENT MILLER, Esq., Nelson Villa, Clapham, and Brighton. ASSISTANT SECRETARY ALFRED JOHNSOX. Esq. W. H. JOHNSON, Esq., Manager and Actuary. Sick Claims pain in the District, £1,500. Number of Members in Merthyr District, 3,000. 'l"ll:JB Provincial Union Assurance Company t issues Policies for Sick and Life Assurances from 13 to £ 200, and from 4s. to 30s. per week during sickness, with medicine and medical aid. Females on accouchment receive 20s. No Society is better established upon a scientific basis. It has excellent officers-skilful surgeons -active agents honest collectors-and a sound board of management. Its tables are graduated, giving the exact risk for each payment; every member receives an indis- putable policy. Members are entitled to sick pay in twenty-six weeks, and to medical assistance from the day of entrance. Collectors call weekly for the Premiums due to the Society, and all disputes are decided by Local Arbi- trators. No increase of rates for Miners. Persons insuring for over E6 at death, receive an advance of 10s. per year for every year of membership. There are^ over three thousand members in this district alone. Special tables for endowments. Every member should ask for a List of Sick and Death claims paid. Attention is requested to the following extracts from the table:— TABLB III.—Burial and Sick Department.—A person can ilsure for jBlO at Death, and receive 10s. ptr week durinsr Sickness, and Medical att. ndalice. at the followii.jr rate ol payment:— Per week. Aile. Sickness. Heath. 6d. from 20 to 30 — go 10 0 and icio 0 0 8d. „ 30 „ 40 — 0 10 0 „ 10 0 0 10d. „ 40 „ 50 — 0 10 0 „ 10 0 0 The payment of Is. per week will secure the following weekly sums during Sickness and at Death :— From 25 to 35 -15s Od. and j615 „ 35 to 45 13 6 and 12 „ 45 to 55 12 0 and 10 TABLE IV,—To Secure JEM at Death, and 30,. per Week during 8icknell Fer week. Age. One Shilling and Eightpence from 25 to 30 Two SH Uintrs 30 to 35 Two ^HILLIUFJS and Twopence » 35 to 40 Two Shillings and Sixpence.. 40 to 45 Half the above amounts tor JE26 it Death, and 12S. 6d. per week during SIT kness. INFANTILE ASSURANCE. Children under five years old, paying Id. per week, receive t3 at death; over five years, receive 25. £100 AT DEATH.—9Jd. at 10 years of age; 10211 at 20 years of age, and Is. at 30 years of age, will secure £100 at the death of the assurer. BURIAL TABLES.—One penny per week at 15 years of a.ge secures i:7 10s. at death at 30 years of age, £6 9s.; at 40 years. £5 14s.; at 60 years of age, 92 13s.; at 70 years, £ 110s.; these amounts can be progressively increased for every penny premium paid. A penny member receives the same class or policy and cards as a member assuring for 1:200. Agents in Merthyr District m- j.1. J Mr. Wm. Lilly, 2, Albert-street. Merthyr-1 Mr. Ed. Davieys'; Penydarran- Mr. Wm. Seinsbury, 3, Baltic Place. Tredegar—Mr. Robort Martin, 13, Union-street. Pontypridd—Mr. W. Davis, Tumble. Cwmsibra—Mr. W. Davies. Beaufort-Mr. Joseph Price, the Prince of Wales. Mountain Ash—Mr. Watkin Watkin, 3, Pump-street. Members will be enrolled by any of the above Collectors, on application or information given which may be required. Agents Wanted. AGENOY DEPARTMENTS.—Agents and Collectors wanted in every part of South Wales not at present represented. Young men connected with Sunday Schools, large Works, Ministers of the Gospel, National Schoolmasters, and other persons of spare time, are required to become Agents for the Provincial Union Assurance Company in the following places on special terms:—Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Pontypool, Llanelly, Carmarthen, Neath, Briton Ferry, Llantrissant, Brecon, Abergavenny, Crickhowell. Applications for Agencies to be made to the Manager and Actuary, W H. JOHNSON, Esq., at the Company's Gffices, 104, Fleet-street, London; or to Mr. E. Davies. I Superintendent of Agencies for South Wales, 2, Albert- street, Merthyr TydfiL [5530 i JYK LICENSED PASSEI&ER A&ENT EOR AMERICAN AND AUSTRALIAN SHIPS. JGFJJ||^ E. D A V I E S, GRAPES INN. 29, UNION STREET, LIVERPOOL. WE, the undersigned, beg most respectfully to inform all iutending Emigrants that we have proved the above Establishment be one of the most comfortable and cheapest Establishments for strangers tostay at, so that we do heartily reconnnen .1 all intending Emigrants to write to the above address, where all infonna- ■ given respecting the Fares and Sailing of Steamers and Ships to America and Australia, and the best of ^ajxyjee and protection will be given them during their stay at Liverpool. ell -Benjamin Jones, Brynmawr, Mon. Thomas S. Davies, Dowlais; Thomas Jones, Tredegar R. W. Jones, (Cymro Cloff.) Brecon Stephen Davies, Aberdare John Davies, Gadlys William Rees, Mountain Abh David Davies, Mountain Ash, &c., &c. We have much pleasure in bearing testimony to the above Rev. Thomas Williams, Rector, St. Asaph Rev. W. E. Jones, Baptist Minister, Victoria, Mon. Rev. T. C. Evans, Ardwick, Manchester, Independent Minister, Ac. P. S. — All Emigrants will be met on their arrival at Liverpool, by writing to the above address before they will leave their homes. Passengers guaranteed the very lowest rates of passage, with special berths, and are earnestly recommended not to pay their passage until they come to the chief office here, and judge for themselves. [5497 JUL WELSH EMIGRATION OFFICE, AFCJLK HFJJGP'' LIVERPOOL. HPHOISK persons from Wales who intend emigrating to AMERICA or AUSTRALIA, are hereby in- formed that we book Passengers, either per Steamers or Sailing Vessels, at the very lowest rates in Liverpool; therefore they are cautioned against paying any deposit money, or any instalments, to any Agent in the Principality. If they pay such deposit money, whom do they expect will act as their friend and guide in Liverpool, where so many exist by defrauding intending Emigrants ? Every information will be immediately forwarded on receipt of stamped envelope addressed to JAMES LAMB & Co., Brokers, 47, Union-street, Liverpool. We, whose names are appended, confidently recommend all intending emigrants to put themselves under the care and instruction of the above Firm, feeling assured that they will experience from them the most honourable conduct THOMAS LEVI, Morriston DAVID SAUNDERS, Liverpool, formerly of Aberdare, Calvinistic Methodist Minister JAMES OWENS, Liverpool, formerly of Aberdare, Baptist Minister; NOAH STEPHENS, Liverpool, formerly of Sirhowy, Inde- pendent Minister. [549.> CANADA, NEW ORLEANS, II AND THE WESTERN STATES OF AMERICA. 4lll8|lk. HPHE MONTREAL OCEAN ROFAL MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Steamers -1- Sail from LIVERPOOL every THURSDAY. Calling at LONDONDERRY Every Friday, to take on board Passengers and Mails. FARES— First Cabin to Portland, New York, and Boston, £ 18 18s., and £ 15 15s according to accommodation. STEERAGE PASSAGE to Portland, Boston, or New York, £ 7 7s., includes a plentiful supply of Cooked Provision*, prepared and served up by the Company's Stewards. Passengers booked by all the Principal Railways to all parts of Canada and the United States at very low fares. NEW ORLEANS-BY STEAMER DIRECT.—From Liverpool, every alternate Tuesday. Fares-First Cabin, £25;. Steerage, 97 7s. For Passage, apply to WILLIAM SEARLE & Co., 15, Water Street, Liverpool; Londonderry, Foyle Street; or to their Agent, JOHN COPELAND, Clothier and Outfitter, High Street, Merthyr TydfiL Ocean Passage and American Railway Guide and Government Pamphlet on Canada sent on receipt of Four Stamps r5495 WELSH HARP STORES, ABERDARE. JAMES BEYNON AND COMPANY, COMMERCIAL STREET AND DEAN STREET, ABERDARE, TN returning their sincere thanks to the Public for the great patronage bestowed upon them for the last three years, now wish to inform the public that they have entered into arrangements with the principal Burton Breweries to supply their ALES at the same prices and terms as at the Brewery, Burton-on- Trent. Having purchased a large stock of OCTOBER BREWINGS, they can with confidence well recommend the Ales as being second to none. Miljd Ales brewed on the premises, in casks of 4^, 9, 18, & 36 gallons, at Is., Is. 2d., Is. 4d., & Is. 6d. per gallon. London Gin, 10s. 8d., 12s. and 14s. per gallon. Splendid Old Jamaica Bum, 16s. aud 18s. per gallon. Fine Old Irish Whiskey, 16s. and 18s. per gallon. ] French Brandies, from 22s. to 30s. per gallon. Wines at the usual Prices. Wholesale and Retail. N.B.—J. B. & Co. retail the same Genuine Goods at their Branch Establishments, viz.Royal Exchange, Trecynon Lamb lnn, Hirwain Black Lion, Caedraw, Merthyr. (5494 DAVID HART, THE LARGEST STOCK AND JOB BUYER IN MERTHYR. IF you want to buy Good and Cheap Furniture, go to DAVTD HART. General and Furnishing JL W a rehouse, 9, PONTMORLAIS, where you can buy every description of Furniture at the lowest possible prices. All goods warranted as represented. Any description of Furniture rnrde to order. Picture Frames made at half the usual prices. In submitting the prices of the following Articles D. H. pledges his honour to the public that they are of good description, and the cheapest in Merthyr :— £ s. d. B s. d. £ s. d. 3 Feet wide Iron French Straw Mattress (best made) 0 14 0 Stair & Passage Oil Cloth Bedstead. 0 15 0 Milpuff Mattress 1 0 0 from per yard 0 1 OA 3 Fet t 6 Inches wide 0 16 0 Full-size Milpuff Bed 0 16 6 Mahogany Pembroke Tables 1 2 11 4 Fe«-t wide 017 0 Six Cane Chairs.0 17 0 Kitchen Tables .from 0 4 6 4 F'et6 Inches wide 0 18 0 Six Windsoi Chairs 0 18 0 Milpuff from per lb. 0 0 Ii Every other articleV^ually as cheap.-D. H returns ltanks to the public for the encouragement he has received for the past Twelve years, and begs a continuance of their 1 t tronage. (kgt Note the Address :—9, PONTMORLAIS, opposite the Methodist Chapel, and 50, GLEBELAND STREET, Merthyr. 5493 THE "BEE HIVE," 31, VICTORIA ^STREET, MERTHYR. DAVID A NT H 0 N Y RESPECTFULLY arnounces to the Inhabitants of Merthyr, Cefn-coed-y-cymmer, Taoedy- rhiw, and Dowlais, that he has just taken the above Shop and Premises, which he has OPENED with a large, magnificent, and well assorted STOCK OF NEW DRAPERY GOODS Note the Addreu :-BEE HIVE SHOP, VICTORIA STREET. [5491 THE "TEA EXCHANGE," AND GENERAL PROVISION WAREHOUSE, TROEDYRHIW. W. S H A R r, TN returning thanks for tbp extensive patronage bestowed on him for the past Fifteen Years, respectfully announces that he has always on hand a well-selected Stock of GROCERY GOODS, consisting of Teas, Sugars, Flour, Cheese, Bacon, Butter, and every article connected with a Family Trade. Special Quotationa SHARP'S CELEBRATED TEA, SOUCH NG MIXTURE, FOUR SHILLINGS PER POUND. HILL, EVANS, & Co's. BRITISH WINES, Is. 3d. PER BOTTLE. BOOTS and SHOES in great variety, of best manufacture, and warranted to wear well Note the AddressPOST OFFICE, TROEDYRHIW. [5492 THOMAS JAMES PEARCE, WHOLESALE TEA DEALER, MERTHYR. OFF ICE S N o. 3, VICTORIA STREET. (5490 BROWN AND POLSON'S PATENT CORS P L 0 U RT, PACKETS 8d., TINS Is. RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN'S DIET. TO OBTAIN EXTRA PROFIT BY THE SALE, OTHER KINDS ARE SOME1IMES SUBSTITUTED INSTEAD OF BllOWN & POLSON'S. Each Packet is signed by the makers-" JOHN BROWN," JOHN POLSON." [5522 ————— ESTABLISHED DENTAL SURGERY! TEN YEARS. MR. E. R. GAY, SURGEON DENTIST, No. 55, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, HAS brought the MECHANICAL BRANCH «f his Profession to so high a degree of per- fection that PA RTIA L or EN 11 RE SETS of T KETH, constructed on his principle, can be fitted with the greatest accuracy, without the least pain or inconvenience and are worn with comfort even on tender gums and stumps thev serve all the purposes of INAIUR VL I Eht u, in MAMKUTIWN and .RI ICUl.ATiON, aad also preserve and sup- port the remaining teeth. Ihey are not liable to discolour or wear out, and present the appearance of A1U KAl TEEl'H ol great beauty. A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES. SCALING, STOPPING, REGULATING, EXTRACTING, and all OPERATIONS IN DENTAL SURGERY, performed with the greatest care. W CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.— CONSULTATION FREE. [5489 4 MR. DAVID PRICE'S INOTICE. DAVID PRICE AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, ACCOUNTANT, ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENT, 1JEGS to return his thanks for t hp. support he 1 hps received for the past seven years. All matters entrusted to him will be attended to with punctuality and prompt settlement. W ills and Administrations executed, and Valuation for Probate, Fire, and Life Policies effected. Public and pri- vate Accounts audited. 9"" Arrangements citectfd between Debtors and Creditors. AGENT FOR THE SUN FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICES, ESTABLISHED 1710. Auctioneer's Offices, 88, Tiiomas-street, Merthyr. r5486 MOULDING WHOLESALE. E. M. DAVIES, PICTURE FRA2IE MANUFACTURER, AIR-TIGHT CASE MAKER. Q HOP Fronts and Shop Fittings prepared by by First-class Workmen. Estimates given for general repairs. Picture Backs at half-price.-Glass at wholesale prices. -All orders for Mouldings and Glass to be accom- panied by remittance, payable to E. M. DAVIES, Old Hirp, Picton-street, Merthyr Tydfil. r;;r List of Prices on application. [5487 FOR WRITING OR COPVIffG GOOLD'S EUREKA BLACK INK Is perfection It writes Black immediately, flows freely, will not change colour, and does not corrode steel pens. Sold in bottles, 3d., 6d., Is., pints Is. 6d., quarts 2s 6d., gallons 8s 6d. H. J. WALKER & Co., Chemists, Bath, sole consignees. London Agents-Barclay & Sons, 95, Farringdon-street. Bristol—Pearce & Co. Cardiff Duncan, Times Office; Jones, Duke-street; MEKTHTR-P. WILLIAMS, TELEGRAPH Office. Stephens, Chemist. Newport-E. J. Phillips, Chemist Jones, Chemist. Swansea -Allwood & Morgan Glover. [5485 BLINDS BLINDS BLINDS BUILER FOR WINDOW BLINDS 4, BETH ES DA STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRECON ROAD, MERTHYR. Great Reduction in Price Butler's Improved Brass-Top Window Blinds. Wire, Zinc, and Venetian Blinds. Remember! Butler for Window Blinds.—The only Manufacturer in Wales. [5481 FREDERICK LLOYD ATKINS, ACCOUNTANT AND REINT COLLECTOR, Offices :-Opposite the Market Square, Merthyr TydfiL F Ii. ATKINS betrs respectfully to inform the Public that he has commenced business as ACCOUNTANT, and will shortly qualify himself as AUCTIONEER and APPRAISER. All business entrusted to him, such as Rent Collecting, Making up the Books of Tradesmen and Public Companies, and all other business pertaining to the duties of a public Accountant, will be faithfully and promptly attended to. Insurance effected upon Life or Property to any amount in the best and oldest established offices. Private arrangements effected between Debtors and Creditors, and the utmost secrecy may be relied upon. ♦% Money advanced upon goods for absolute Sale. [5482 DOWLAIS DISTRICT OF ODDFELLOWS, M.U. A GRAND OPEN-AI ft FETE will be held by the Members of the above Society, on THURSDAY Evening, 26th July, 1866, in a Field near the old Morlais Castle, kindly lent for the occasion by G. T. CLARK, Esq. —For particulars of Rustic Sports, &c., that will take place, see Bills. A BAND will be in attendance, and Dancing will com. mence at Four o'clock. Refreshments will be Sold on the grounds by the Com- mittee at moderate charges. Admission to the Field SIXPENCE each. The Proceeds will be devoted to the Funeral Fund of the District. [55 23 MR. J. EDWARDS'S NOTICE. JOHN EDWARDS, AUCTIONEER AND APPRISER, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, AND ENGLISH AND WELH CORRESPONDENT. DOWLAIS. \ID ILLS and administrations executed.' TERMS MODERATE. [5483 THE ROAD TO HEALTH & LONG LIFE di SECURED BY' HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Weakness and Debility. HOW many persons suffer from debility without knowing the causes why they are feeble! In most cases the stomach is the aggressor. Holloway's Pills have long been famed for regulating a disordered stomach, and restoring its healthy digestive tone they are therefore confidently recommended as a never-failing remedy in all cases where the constitution, from any cause, has become impaired or weakened. Females of all Ages and Classes. The fame of these Pills is partly based upon the beneficial effects they have upon the constitutions of females From the domestic servant to the peeress, universal favour is accorded to them for their invigorating and purifying pro- perties, vt hich render t so safe and invaluable in all dis- "0 orders peculiar to the sex. ? Despondency, Low Spirits. The misery (ccasione by a disoiucred digestion is, un- by fortunately, felt by most persons. Th' famous Pills should be taken in apwopriate doses to the disturbed functions. They dismiL-headache, biliousness, nausea, lowness of spirits, and all similar ailments. A course of these invaluable purifying Pills never fall in removing the cause of such morbid affections, without subjecting the sufferer to any inconvenience. Influenza, Dipiheria, Bronchitis, Coughs, and ■ olds. In our changeable climate few persons escape without colds, sore throats, influenza, diptheria, or bronchitis, for all of which the famous corrective Pibs may be taken with the certainty of effecting a cure W bile the Pills are ex- pelling all impurities from the body generally, Holloway's Ointment should be well rubbed upon the chest and throat it will penetrate the skin, reduce inflammation, and restore lasting soundness. Holloway's Pills are the best remedy Imavonin the world for the following diseases:— Aprue Dropsy Jaundice Sore Throats Bilious Com- Dysentery Liver Com Secondary Symp« Asthma (l'laintl Brlypelaø plaint* toms Blotches on the Female Irregu-Lumbago Tic DoulQuretz Skin Jerkies Piles Tumours Bowel Com- Fevers of all Rheumatism Ulcers (tions plaints kinds Retention of Venereal Allee- Colics Fits Urine Worms 01 all Constipation of Gout Scrofula, or kinds the Bowels Head-aclie Km¡¡ IS Evil Weakness, from Consumption Indigestion Stone and whatever cause Debility Inflammation Gravel &c., &e. Sold at the Establishment of Professor HOLLOW AY, 244, Strand (near Temple Bar), Lotidoyi also by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medii-ines throughout the civilized world, at the following prices:—Is. lj-d., 2a. 9d., 48. 6d., Ih., :2:2s.. and :3:is. each Box. 4WThere is a considerable saving by taking he large sizes. N.B.-Directions for the tfUtdancc of patwats in every disorder are affixed to each Box. [5484