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NOTICES. MESSRS; R. W. HARRIS AND TAYLOR'S SALES. MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS. HOUSE, ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENTS, BEG to inform the Public that all matters entrusted to their care will be punctually, promptly, and carefully attended to. Plans, Elevations, and Specifications Prepared. Works in all Branches of the Building Trade Measured and Valued. QUANTITIES TAKEN OUT FOR ESTIMATES, &C. Railway and other Shares Bought or Sold, and daily Prices obtained on application. Offices: 140, High Street, Merthyr Tydfil 4900 No 14, COORTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Sale of Excellent Household Furniture. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, Oxr "WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of Ax-ril, 1872, on the Premises, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and others EFFECTS, of the late Mrs. Th<TmpiIs"ng' Mahogany Loo and Dining Tables, Couch, covered *ith velvet, and Chairs to match Music Stool, Fire Screen, Pietures, Medallion Statues and Stands, What-not, Damask Curtains, Caipets, Hearthrugs, Ciumb Cloths Easy Chairs, covered with leather; Mahogany Hair-seated Chairs, and Couch Fender, Fire Irons, Mahogany Sideboard, Oil Cloth, Busts and Brackets, Timepiece Bagatelle Board, Flower Stands, Mahogany and Iron half-tester Bedstead and Bed Furniture, Feather Beds Bolsters and Pillows, Mattresses and Palliasses, Toilet Glasses, Marble top Mahogany and other Wash- stands Dressing Tables, Card Tables, Toilet Ware, Stair Carpeting and Rods, Towel Horses, Cane-3eated Chairs, Shower Slipper and Foot Baths, Mahogany Chests and Drawer's Desk and Shelves, Flower Pots, the usual Culi- narv and Kitchen Utensils, and sundry other articles toonumerous to mention also an EXCELLENT COTTAGE PIANO IN BOSBWOOD. Catalogues may be obtained from the Auctioneers three days previous to theSale. Sale to commence at TWELVE o Clock, and the whole will be sold without rese. vet Auctioneers' Office, March 13th, 1872. SALE BY MR. DAVID EVANS. TWYNYRODIN, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Leasehold Cottage and Other Property. MR. DAVID EVANS Is instructed TO SELL BY AUCTION, AT the CROWN INN, MERTHYR TYDFIL, on Thursday EVENING, MARCH 21st, 1872, the ollowing LEASEHOLD PROPERTY:- LOT I.-All those Three DWELLING-HOUSES, with GARDENS behind, Nos. 21. 22, and 23. in Twynyrodin, j opposite Zion Chapel, in the occupation of Evan Rees and others, and producing a gross rental of £ 17 17s 6d. LOT 2.—A U those Four DWELLING-HOUSES, with GARDENS in front, in the Court adjoining Twynyrodin House, being Nos. 2, S, A, and 5, in the occupation of Benjamin Jones and others, and producing a gross yearly rental of itis 10s 6d. LOT 3.—That DWELLING-HOUSE, being No. 50, in Beol Coedcae, in the occupation of Jeremiah Saunders, at cne yearly rent of £ 3 18s. LOT 4.-All those Four DWELLING-HOUSES adjoin- ng Zion Chapel, being Nos. 89, 1, 2, and 3, in the occu- pation of Wi liam Gwynn and others, producing a yearly rental of £19311. 6d. LOT 6.—All those Five DWELLING-HOUSES behind the Shop, with Gardens attached, being Nos. 4, 5. 6, 7, and 8, in the occupation of Lew Is Todd and others, and pro- ducing a yearly rental of X18 4s. LOT G—A U those Three DWELLING-HOUSES, situate on the side of the Tramroad, behind Zion Chapel, in the occupation of John Fling and others, and producing a yearly rental of jE13 ]9s. 6d. LOT 7.-All those Five DWELLING-HOUSES on the Tramroad Side, being Nos. 83, 84, 85, 86, and 87, in the occupation of Elizabeth Rees and others, and producing a yearly rental of £ 22 15s. LOT S.-ÄIl that SHOP and DWELIING-HOUSE, YARD and OFFICES, No. 90, Tvynj.-odin, with GAR- DEN, now in the occupation of Mr. David Davies, at the yearly rental of JE20. LOT 9.—AH that DWELLING HOUSE, known as Twyayrodin House, situate No. 24, in Twynyrodin, with GARDEN attached, in the occupation of Mrs. Enoch Williams. ———— Sale to Commence at Half-past Seven. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer. Auctioneer's Offices, 46, Thomas Street, Merthyr Tydfil, March fth, 1872. MERTHYR TYDFIL LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. WANTED, for the DOWLAIS DISTRICT, an Active INSPECTOR of Roads, Pavements, Nuisances, Scavengers, Hauliers. Water Supply, Works in progress, buildings, and lamps. He will have to keep the time of the Masons, Laborers, and Horses employed, and act under the direction of the Surveyor to the Board. Applications, in the applicants' own handwriting, stating age, previous employment, and salary re- quired, accompanied by testimonials, to be left at my office not later than Saturday, 16th March, 1872. Particulars of the duties may be known on ap- plication to the Board's Surveyor. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Merthyr Tydfil, CLERK. Feb. 29, 1872. LE WIND INDICESTIOti- ONLY two medicines really act apon the Liver one is Mercury or Blue Pill, the other Dandelion. Thousands of constitutions have been destroyed by Mercury, Blue Pill, or Calomel. The only safe remedy is DR. KING'S DANDELION AND QUININE LIVER PILLS. which act very gently on the Liver, giving immediate relief in all cases of Bile, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Less of Appetite, Giddiness, Spasms, Heartburn, Flat- ulency, Nervousness, Gout, and all disorders of the Stomach and Liver. Sold by all chemists and medicine vendors, in boxes at Is. lid., 2s 9d. 4s. 6d. or for stamps from J. RORKE, 47, Mortimer-street, Cavendish Square, London, W 4870 EMINENT PHI GEORGE'S^A //PILE & GRAYELYIh # I FILLS. £ £ II— 1 2 0 t\ HteHUBTOB, II rn | \j.E.GEOBGE,M.B.P.S./ i *■ V<, HIRWAIN," GAI; irbourb you have nfftred And despaired for year8 tried Remedies la rata, be assured there Is ■tut WL Mib iu speedy cure for you at a small EORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL VJPILIiS, which are now recognised by all as being the beat Medicins yet discovered for PILE AND GRA?BL,U well as fer the following pains, which, fat Niaety-nine Cases out of every Hundred, are caused by these painfal Maladies)— PAIN IN THE lACK. FLATULENCY. GRIPING, COLlO" A SENSE OF WEtaHT IN THE BACK AND LOINS, DARTING PAINS IN THE REGION OF THE HEART. LIVER. AND KIDNEYS. CONSTIPATION. PAINS IN THE THIGHS. SOMETIMES SHOOTING DOWN TO THE CALF1 OF THE LEG AND FOOT. SUPPRESSION AND RETENTION OF UR!N"E. PAINS IN THE STOMACH. AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. Tketnondl hav» been cured by these Pills, and many wh» bad Men proflcmnced hopeless, hav# been thorough}/ miered to bealtt, by their use. ONE BOX WILL CONVttfCE THE MOST SCBPTIGAL OF THISI.R EFFICACY. T" ordw is MR -U ..110 mcju be tuffering from ONE or BOTKeJ Maladiel, the Proprie tor prepares thit Vegetable Remedy in the following form. Ko. 1.—GUlOStGE'S 'PILE AND GRAVEL PTT.T.g. «o. 2.—GBORGE'S <3-RAVEL PILLS. J!lo.a.-GEOBGJC'S PILLS FOR TEN PILES. Important Tattimoninu will be forwarded to any addrtet of a stamped envelope. and 3s. 9d„ by all respectable Chemists. NOTICE n**07'eCTED 397Z THE eovzxKMBBT MAJtf. are c7p»rt £ ?r' u PILE V^L PtLLS v » u '■ni entered at Stationers' Ball. wi, LONDON :-BAS OLESALE AGENTS. BABRBK, SQTOIB iY5 SuTT0N I NEWBBBT; BAMMIB; BRISTOL Cotti • & °P' « LIVERPOOL: BYA*¥S &S,OPn2 Pl:jLRCR & Co.; Ac. Gabs I BAIWSS Co 0o*5 Cla5' Doi>p> :1902 Y NOTICES. 1872. TO SERVE MARES THIS SEASON. Each Mare £1 Is. and 2s. 6d. the Groom. The Money to be paid on or before the 26th June, 1872, or 5s. will be charged for collecting. The Groom's Fee to be paid on first visit. YOUNG SPEEDWELL Bred and owned by Mr. MEREDITH, Caemarydwn Farm, Merthyr Tydfil. YOUNG SPEEDWELL was got by the cele- brated Cob, Express, which horse was never beaten as a fast Trotter. His dam is the well known Trotting Bess, which in every contest has come off victorious, and always has been regarded for symmetry and quality one of the finest Mares in this district. For further pedigree, see Stud Book. YOUNG SPKEBWELL is a beautiful bay, black legs, with flowing tail and mane, and is entirely free from blemish. He is of splendid action, and of perfectly docile temper, and as a Trotter is one of the fastest in the neighbourhood. His age is rising three year old, and 15 hands high. All Mares intended to be served by YOUNG SPEEDWBLL are to be brougkt to Caemarydwn Farm, and it is sot proposed that he shall visit any of the towns, but that the Mares shall be very limited in number. MERTHYB TYDPIL UNION. NURSH WANTED. THE Guardians of this Union will, on SATUR- DAY, APRIL 6th, 1872, Elect a NUKSE for their Infirma Applicants must have no family dependent upon them, and must be able to read and write. Sala X,26 per annum, with officer's rations, and separate apart- ments. Applications in their own handwriting, stating age, with recent testimonials (not more than four, to be sent to me on or before FRIDAY, MARCH 29th, 1872. No applicant to attend unless sent for. There is an Under Nurse, and the average number of patients is 60. By Order, FRANK JAMES, Clerk. H igh Street, Merthyr Tydfil, March 9th, 1872, "The TEA of TEAS." "NEW SEASONS" PURE TEA IN PACKETS Is very choice and pungent-and is selected from the Best Pure importations judiciously blended. 2/- 2/6 2/8 3/- 3/4 3/8 4/- per lb. Sold in every Town in Great Britain by authorized Agcnls-(Chemists, Confectioners, &c.) LOCAL AGENTS:— Merthyr—I wis, chemist, Georgetown. Mertbyr—W. J. WHILE, chemist, 128, High-street. Aberanan, Sims, chemist P'pool, Edwards, stationer Aberdare, Thomas, 70, Mill- Pontypridd, Davies, chemist street Pentlottyn, Davies, Post- „ Evans, chemist office Dowlais, Bees, chemist 'Khymney, Dixon, chemist Emmanuel, confectioner Tail's Well, Williams Ebbw Vale, Jones, chemist Tredegar, Jenkins, chenist Hirwain, Sims, chemist Troedyrhiw, Knox, chfmist Morriston, Bevan, Post-office [4885 JOHNSON, JOHNSON, & Co., TEA ME HANTS 17, Bloomfield-street, City, London. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. MESSRS. JONES and STUCKEY, Whole- sale Wine and Spirit Merchants, of Merthyr, having DISSOLVED PARTNEBSH1P by Mutual Consent, any Claims against the Firm should be sent in to Mr FRED. STUCKEY, 33. High-street, Me'thjr, who intends arrying on the Business. 4973 HORNIMAN's TEA is selected only from the spring gathering, and imported free from' facing' powder; tea distinctively strong and delicious in flavour is thus obtained. Genuine packets are signed 1f' .lf8:1JJlO17UÎ!n.a.% 2110: LONDON. Prices, 2s. 8d.—3s.—3s.4d. & 3s. 8d. per lb. LOCAL AGENT T. SIBPHKBS, Chemist, High Street, Merthyr. 4946 J. OEPPEN, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 56, THOMAS STREET, MERTHYR. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 4903 BILL-POSTING AT ABERDARE AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. WARGUST, Bill-poster and Town Crier • Bents all the Posting-stations at Aberdare and district, and attends personally to all orders, which are carried out on the most moderate charges. 4909 ADDRESS;—11, PEMBROKE-STREET, ABERDARE CASS a PUR EA-S M c oF r E E; s. CAS SELL'S COFFEES of SURPASSING EXCELLENCE, great and widely spread popularity—extending over a period of more than twenty- one years-celebrated throughout the kingdom for their richness, strength, and fine flavour. Owing to the recent favourable importations, the qualities are even superior to formerly. Cassell's Coffee Is., Is. 2d., and Is. 4d. per lb. Cassell's Coffee, fine qualities, Is. 8d. and 2s. per lb. e ASS E L S PURE TEAS have been C fully tested, and their reputations thoroughly established. They have been used and most highly ap- preciated by families, in all parts of the kingdom during the greater part of a generation. The fine qualities now being supplied are adapted not only to maintain but in- crease the celebrity. Cassell's Pure Tea 2s. 4d., and 2s. 8d. per lb. Cassell's Pure Tea, finest qualities, 3s., 3s. 6d., and 4s. per lb., in packets of 2 ÐZ. to 3 lb. Sold by Grocers, Chemists, Confectioners, and others. Supplied wholesale by LEONARD & Co., Nelson-street, Bristol. And CASSELL, SMITH & Co., London A GENCY.—Additional Agents Wanted for the sale of Cassell's Teas and Coffees. Fe iterms apply to Cassell Smith & Co., 80, Fenchurch-street, London 4911 PROTECTION FROM FIRE. BEYA1NT AND MAY'S PATENT SAFETY MATCHES LIGHT ONLY ON THE^EOX. "DEYANT AND MAY'S !lCUII sHgtEOjjuTOEp BRYANT AND MAY'S PATENT SAFETY MATCHES rAlJ^i ARE NOT POISONOUS. BRYANT AND MAY'S ^Tir,o PATENT SAFETY MATCHES WITHOUT PHOSPHORUS. BRYANT AND MAY'S PATENT SAFETY MATCHES LIGHT ONLY ON THE BOX BRYANT AND MAY-S PATENT SAFETY HOLDER For use wherever a Match is frequently required. BRYANT AND MAY. MI I NOTICES. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE SWANSEA ROYAL & SOUTH WALES UNION FRIENDLY SOCIETY. (REGISTERED BY J. TIDD PRATT, ESQ.) Chief Offices-CASTLE CHAMBERS, CASTLE SQUARE, SWANSEA. HAVE Opened District Offices in Pontypridd and Aberdare, Mr. D. O. THOMAS, being appointed District Manager for Pentypridd, and Mr. THOMAS MORGAN, 53, Bute Street, Aberdare. is appointed District Manager for that place. ZWO paid in the Dis- trict. 4901 LADIES' BOARDING SCHOOL, 29, CHARLES STREET, CARDIFF. MRS. S. J. DAVIES HAS pleasure in announcing that the DUTIES OF HER ScaooL-were RESUMED on THURSDAY, 18th JANUARY, 1872. TERMS POST FREE ON APPLICATION. MERTHYR AND RHYMNEY BRIDGE. ^^N^ OMNTBTJS CASTLE HOTBL, Merthyr, daily, at 8.30 am., 12.21i p.m., and 4.16 p.m. for RHYM- KEY BRIDOK STATION JtETURNING On the Arrival of the 8.25 a.m., 1.6 p.m., and 4.47 p.m. Trains from ABERGAVENNY. December 28th, 1871. 4863 1ST O TIQE. A SUMMONED MEETING of the TRT;E BKITONS SOCIETY, Mount Pleasant Inn, Dowlais, will be held on TUESDAY EVENING, March 26th, 1872; at SETEW o'Clock precisely, to take into consideration the position of members Emigrating out of the United King- dom in the Society. Members are earestly requested to attend punctually. By Order, A LEWIS, Sec. L..R. LUMLEY, APPRAISER, 29, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYB TYDFIL. ESTIMATES PREPARED. WORK in ail branche of the Building Trade Measured and Valued. Dilapid&t and Cost o Repairs made up at Reasonable Charges 4906 TOBACCO PIPE WORKS, MERTHYR TYDFIL. To Publicans and Others. EXCELLENT Short Cutty Pipes delivered to JfJ any Railway Station at the following prices: Six Gross Packed for 5s Box of Mixed, Long and Short, Nine Gross, for 10s. Post-office Orders payable to W. F. TAYLOR attended to by return of post. 4904 PROVINCIAL JNSURANCEQOMPANY WREXHAM AND LONDON. Established 1852. CAPITAL £ 200,000. Held by a highly respectable Proprietary. THE DIRECTORS HAVE much pleasure in calling attention to the steady increase of the LIFE FUNDS of the Company as shewn by the following particulars:— THE LIFE ASSURANCE FUND At 31st December, 1862, was je51,298 Do do. 1865 „ £89,865 Do. do. 1868.. jei28,606 Do. do. 1871 „ £165,528 This fund is EXCLUSIVE OF THE ANSUITT FUND, Is SECURELY INVESTED, and has been ACCUMULATED FROM PBEMIUMS RECBIVED. LIFE CLAIMS PAID IN THIRTY DAYS After prm>f of death. TOTAL LIFE CLAIMS PAID, £ 160,000. FIRE INSURANCES Effected at moderate rates of premium. CLAIMS PROMPTLY AND EQUITABLY SETTLED. TOTAL FIRE CLAIMS PAID, £ 440,000. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOAKD THOMAS BARNES, ESQ., Of the Quinta, Salop, and' Farnworlh, Lancashire. ROBERT WILLIAMS, SECRETARY. Applications for Agencies to be made to the SECRETARY or to Mr. E. PROSSER, 5, Brighton Park, Clifton, Bristol. DAME EUEOPA'8 INFANTS' LIFE PRESERVERS EVERT Mother in Europe is invited to try the above Powders; their effects in relieving the distressing symptoms attending dentition are invaluable. Fits, Convulsions, Vomiting, Relaxation of the Bowels, &c., kc., are magically arrested by a few doses. In Inflammation of the Lungs, Scarlatina, Measles, &c., &c., if taken according to the directions given, the Europa Powders will be found highly efficacious in modifying the attack, and thereby arresting danger. They are warranted by the Proprietor to excel in virtue every preparation hitherto offered to anxious mothers for the preservation of the lives of their offspring. One trial only will be sufficient to convince the most sceptieal of their marvellous restorative action upon the Infant system. TESTIMONIALS. Bee Hive Shop, Ystrad, September, 1870. Sir,-l willingly bear testimony to the good effects produced by your Powders upon my child while Teething. I think such a valuable medicine should become known to every mother. Make what use you think proper of this note. Mr. George, Medical Hall, Pentre. Respectfully yours, E. MILES. Ystradyfodwg, July, 1870. Dear Sir,—I feel assured that if you would only advertise your "Infants'Life Preservers 'you would receive the best thanks of thousands of heads of families, for presenting them with such truly wonderful medicine. They only require to become known to be universally used. Both my wife and self firmly believe that, under the Divine blessing, the life of our child has been often saved by giving a dose or two. I write this in the hope that you will, some time or other, publish their virtues, with benefit to yourself, and also to millions of little sufferers. Mr: George, Medical Hall, Pentre. I am, dear Sir, yours, respectfully, B. PHILLIPS, Carpenter. DAME EUROPA'S INFANTS' LIFE PRESERVERS are prepared only by B. A. GEORGE, Dispensing and Family Chemist, Pentre, Pontypridd, and sold in packages at Is. lid, and 2s. 9d. each, by every respectable Medicine Vendor in the World. May be had Post Free from the Inventor for 14 or 34 Stamps. Directions around each Powder. CAUTION.-See that the Inventor's Signature is written on the Government Stamp. WHOLESALE AGENT.—WM. MATHER, LONDON AND MANCHESTER. RETAIL AGENTS :-Aberaman, Sims; Aberdare. J. Richards Blaenavon. R. M. Evans Brynmawr, A. M. Jones; Cardiff, Coleman Cinderford, Gwinnell; Ebbw Vale, LI. P. Jones Hirwain, J. E. George Llantnssant, Dfl. uew ellyn Merthyr, W. Smyth and W. L. Daniel; Mountain Ash; Abel James; Monmouth Cossens; Neatn Alia. Hayman Pontypool, Thos. Roderick Pontypridd, Bassett; Rhymney, F. Dixon; Swansea, J. Davies Alegar, r. W. Evans; Treherbert, D. M. Jenkins. 4913 COMPTON HOUSE (Near Wesley Chapel), MERTHYR TYDFIL. D. J. E V A N S, DRAPER, SILK MERCER, &c., T) ESPECTFULLY announces his recent RETURN from LONDON, and that each DEPART- _TV/ MENT is now Replete with the Latest and most Fashionable NOVELTIES of the SEASON, There are a large Assortment of DRESSES, MANTLES, MELTON and WINSEY SKIRTS, BONNETS ana HATS in all the Newest Shapes, in STRAW, FELT, and BEAVER. This Department being under the special supervision o! Mrs. EVANS (late Miss Pinker), who also gives her personal attention to the execution ot an wruera entrusted to her by her Lady Patrons.. TIES SCARFS, and HANDKERCHIEFS in the Newest Patterns and Styles. -HOSIERY in all Sizes and qualities. —GLOVES in the different Sizes, and in every variety of make and quality.—TRIMMINGS in all qualities and shades Tl EVANS, whilst offering on behalf of himself and Mrs. Evans, their gratitude for the liberal hitherto accorded them, respectfully solicit a continuance of their favours, which shall always receive their immeoiaoe personal attention. CHARGES IN ALL CASES STRICTLY MODERATE. 4914 CHATWOOD'S INVINCIBLE SAFES. W. T. GRIFFITHS, GENERAL IRONMONGER. 147, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR, HAS pleasure in announcing that he has been appointed Sole Agent in this district for the Sale of CHATWOOD'S CELEBRATED SAFES, which were the only Safes of British Manufacture meriting a Prize Medal at the Great Exhibition of 1867. They are unrivalled for the security against the clever attacks 01 ine modern burglar, and are unsur passed for the safety afforded to Jewellery, Plate, Account Books, Documents, sc., in ease of Fire.-Catalogues Free. 4916 Please Observe the Address :-NEAR THE ANGEL HOTEL. IMPORTANT TO COAL OWNERS, IRONMASTERS, CONTRACTORS, md OTHERS. ft- A. & H. K E N T, JB11I&- LICENSED HORSE SLAUGHTERERS, & LEATHER DRESSERS, <pTiirijS? (0F BRISTOL AND MERTHYR TYDFIL,) RESPECTFULLY announce to those resident in ABERGAVENNY, BRYNMAWR, NANTYGLO, BLAINA, EBBW VALE, BEAUFORT, TREDEGAR, and other Districts, that they hav« Opened a BRANCH BUSINESS in suitable Premises, near the CLARENCE INN, BBYNMAWB, where they^gire personal attention to all Orders they may be favoured with. The uttermost value given m CASH for all worn-out HOKbi-o ana wnun, whether living or dead, and which are removed on the shortest notice.. • vu.uiiii A. H. KENT since they have resided in Merthyr (the year 1866) have been patronised by all the principal jsstaBuwi merits in the District. Afta* *4* Orders by Post or Telegraph immediately attended td. WA> » 1 ■' a I TARAXACUM, t, OR 1 DANDELION COFFEE, L Prepared from th* pure fr(*h Dandelion Root. 3 5 i —r-: 4— s— 8 ? O gj Thi» article contains, m an agreeable farm, all the properties of S JL the root from which it is prepared, the Valuable qualities of -which ffi g are daily becoming mo& generally appreciated. af 3 jg Especially reeommended to Invalids is aii article of diet, and ffi g « particularly to those *ho suffer from Weak Digestion, Nervous g* g S and Dyspeptic Affeotions, Flatulency, Distension, and Biliary^ S 5 8J Obstructions, in all cases of which it will be found invaluable at 5} the same time extremely pleasant to the palate. w £ 2 S; Public Speakers arid Singers will find it to be a very pleasant p £ <g beverage after their exertions; it assists digestion, and stimulates » tt) § jg the flpwntkm" of the Stomach. I DIRECTIONS TJ&E. 1 b 0 W Upon two table-spoonfuls of this Preparation pour one pint of boiling S water, let it infuse by the fire for ten minutes, then add milk and sugar$S- ,M as agreeable. *»> H 2 55 PREPARED 3Y og W. L. DANIEL, ii § CHEMIST,—64, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR. I<i £ 3 jg Sold only in Tins, at 1*. 6d. each. g. « Two Tina sent by Bail to wiyPart United Kingdom on receipt of H PQ Forty-eight stamps. i« S « Two Tina sent by Bail to wiyPart United Kingdom on receipt of H PQ Forty-eight stamps. i« S H fliOC-AXi A.GHC3STTS: p 4918 gj Have been appointed in all the Principal Towns of the United S jS Kingdom. > -»■ J ■ ■ '0- || J "■ J-'v -»■- —3 NOTICES. HARMONIUMS, I ALL SIZES, AT 268, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, WARRANTED VERY BEST QUALITY. WITHOUT Stops, S4 4a. Three Stops, 96 6s. Five Stops, S7 15s. Eight Stops, including beautiful Voix Celeste, jCll 10B. Ten Stops, JE14 14s. Twelve Stops, £18 10s. Fourteen Stops, i26. Sixteen Stops, JE30. Etc WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES TO C. LAYLAND AND COMPANY, HARMONIUM IUANTTFAOTURERS, '%T 268, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. fw AMATEURS AND THE TRADE SUPPLIED WITH ANY ARTICLE OF HARMONIUM FITTINGS. 4961 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. H. W. GRIFFITHS, SURGEON DENTIST (And Assistant for a considerable period to Mr. T. Rees,) t> ESPECTFULLY informs the Publie of Merthyr, Aberdare, and Neighbourhood, that he may »i consulted professionally, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. dally, at 3A, Victoria-street, Merthyr. All operations in Dentistry carefully and skilfully performed. Artificial Teeth, guaranteed to answer all the purposes of Natural Teeth, supplied at Moderate Charges. Children's Teeth regulated. Consultations Free. The most careful attention paid to orders. Charges strictly Moderate. or ADDRESS—3A, VICTORIA STREET. 4919 DENTAL SURGERY. MR. E. R. GAY, SURGEON DENTIST, 0 85, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR. ty i—• pq — 01 OQ Attendance from Tea ».m. to Eight p.m. Consultations Free. %• The great satisfaction given by Mr. E. E. GAT, to most of the influential Families in the lZ] town and county, including tT § R. T. CRAWSHAY, ESQ., fed ES Of CYFARTHFA CASTX*. will, he hopes, be a sufficient guarantee of his sldll and experience in all departments of the Dental Profession. In order to give Patients the full advantage of one of the most useful discoveries of Modern Science with reference to Dental Operations, Mr. E. R. GAY has introduced into his practice the use of NITROUS OXIDE GAS, which gives perfect Immunity from all pain, whilst it is unaccompanied by the slightest danger even in the most delicate constitutions. 4773 65, HIGH STREET, MERTHYB. 4920J

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