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MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS AND TAYLOR'S NOTICES. MESSRS. II. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS, HOUSE, ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENTS, NEW AUCTION M A li T, COURT STREET, METITOYXI, BEG to" inform the Public that all matters en- trusted to their care will be punctually, promptly, and arefully attended to. Plans, Elevations, and Specifications Prepared. Works in all Branches of the Building Trade Measured and Valued.—QUANTITIES TAKF.N OUT FOR ESTI- MATES, &c. Messrs. HARRIS & TAYLOR announce that they hold PERIODICAL SALES BY AUCTION at the above Mart, where Articles of Furniture and other Goods intended or next Sale, may now be received. 7383 TOWN OF CARDIFF. DESIRABLE INVESTMENT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, j At the QUEEN'S HOTEL, CARDTFF, ON MONDAY, the 10th day of JANUARY, 1876, at 0 Three o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be then produced: LOT 1—All that ONE-THIRD PART or SHAKii, in the Reversion of, and in the Loudoun Hotel, and the *ix Houses adjoining, numbered 170, 171, 172, 173 174, and 175, now in the occupation of Mrs. Winstone, Mr. Fingalstone, Mrs. Shrieber Mr Pccy, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Torres and another, situate in Bute Road ALSO of and in Two Housesjoining the Loudoun Hotel, in the occupation of^r;a™tsaXd another; ALSO of and in Two Houses, ^ard and btable situate in Frederica Street, TS umbered 33 and 34 now in the occupation of Mr. Payors and another; ALSO of and in One House and Premises, situate in Charles Street,_Ai,so of and in a Warehouse, situate in Bute Road aforesaid now m ■the occupation of James Ayre, all situate in Cardiff aforesaid. vp„,<. The Tenant for Life cf the Premises is :yeiirs. The above Premises produce an annual renta3f £ 500 and upwards, and are held under leases, some of which are for the terms of 9!) years, and others 999 yeara. a -p LOT 2.-A POLICY ol ASSURANCE m THE Scottish Pro vincial insurance Company, for the sum of £ 5 vearlv of a Gentleman now aged 32, subject to the half yea y PrFOT^urther particulars pppl yto Messrs SMMS^ndPLEWS Solicitors, Merthyr Tydai; or to the AUCTIONEERS, Court SAU1UONRMART,TCTURT Street, Merthyr Tydfil, December 14th, 1875. '6U BRIERY HILL, EBBW YALE. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, On WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of JANUARY, 1876, AT the BML-Y-JVLWYN INN, BRIERY HILL, EBBAV VALE, at Six o'clock in the Evening, subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be then produced:- All that capital and well built M ESbU AGE or DWELLING HOUSE, with large Shop adjoining, and now used as a Grocery and Provision Store, together with a good Stable and Coach-house, now in the occupation of Mr. George Thomas. The 1 remises are most substantially built. and in an excellent s-tate of repair. The Shop is very spacious, well adapted for business purposes on an extensive scale, and offers an investment to the capitalist not often met with. The Tenure is leasehold, for the term of 70 years from the 25th day of March, 1845, at a moderate yearly ground rent. Furtl ar particular3 may be obtained upon application to the AUCTIONEERS, Court Street, Merthyr Tydfil; or to Messrs Sxmows and PLEWS, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydnl. Aucfon Mart, Court Street, Merthyr Tydfll, December 14th. 1875. 7316 TO SHOPKEEPERS, GROCERS, AND OTHERS. BEDLINOG TEA CADDY, COLLY, GELLYGAEB. IN LIQUIDATION. MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR Have been instructed by the TRUSTEE to SELL BY AUCTION, On THURSDAY, the 13th day of January, la76, ON the Premises, the whole of the STOCK-IN- TRADE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and EFFECTS of Mr. JAMJSS THOMAS, Grocer, &c. The STOCK-IN-TRADE consists of Teas, Sugars, Treacle, Jams, Cheese, Blue, Starch, Mustard, Pepper, Brushes Brooms Buckets, Pans, Shovels, Washing hoards, bugrar and Tea Paper, Oils, Matches, Soap, Peas, Vinegar, Weighing Machine and WeightS, Tea and Provision Scales, Tea and Coffee Canisters, Hand Truck, Sugar cuttcr, &c., &rc. The FURNITURE consists of Square Tables, Couch, Clock, Fender Fire Irons, Iron Bedstead, Millputl lied and Bedding, Washstand and Dressing Tables, Toilet Glass, &c., &c. Sale to commence at Twelve o olock, and the whole will be Sold without reserve. Auction Mart, Court Street, Merthyr Tydfil, January 5th 1876. 7388 NOTTING HILL, LONDON. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSES. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, On FRIDAY, the 21st day of JANUARY, 1876, AT the LONDON TAVERN, Bishopgate Street, LOUDON, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon (under a. power of Sale), and subject to such conditions of Sale as shall De then produced :— ,,T LOT 1.—All that, substantial and well built DW tLLING HOUSE and Premises, situate in Treverton Street, Ludbrook Grove Road, Notting Hill, numbered 57, producing a rental of 434 per annum, and now in the occupation of Mr Turner. LOT 2.—A'L tha. substantial and well built DWELLING HOUSE and Premises adjoining Lot 1, anc1. Numbered 59, now in the occupation of Mr. Pratt, producing a rental of £ 30 per annum. LOT 3.—All that substantial and well built DWELLING HOUSE and Premises adjoining Lot 2, and Numbered 61, now in the occupation of Mr. Wright, producing a rental of JE34 per annum. The whole of the Premises are held under separate Leases for terms of 99 years, from the 25th day of March, 1864, at an annual ground rent of X,7 10s. each. For further particulars apply to Messrs SHARP and ULLATHORNE, NO. 1, Field Court, Gray's Inn, London Messrs SIMONS and FLEWS, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfil; or to he AUCTIONEERS, Court Street, Merthyr TydfiL 7315 ON S A. L E • JUST RECEIVED FROM LONDON, New and exceedingly tine PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS By the best Makers. MR. EDWARD LAWRANCE, PROFESSOR of Music, (Conservatorium of Music, Leipzig), and Organist of St. David's Church, Merthyr, has always on Sale, on highly advantageous terms, exceedingly Fine PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS, but by the best Makers only.—Address, Mr. EDWARD LAWRAJTCE, 2, Courtland Terrace, Merthyr. 7835 PEUJT'LB'a EDITION. IMPORTANT MEDICAL WORKS. By DR. HENRY SMITH. Twenty-first Thousand. By post, two stamps in envelope. GUIDE TO HEALTH; or, ADVICE and INSTRUCTIONS for the Cure of Debilitating Diseases. By HENRY SMITH, M.D., of the University of Jena Author of the Volunteer's Manual." &c. GUIDE TO HEALTH is a Medical Work on the Treat- ment bv Medicines only, cf Nervous, Mental and Physical Debility^ Lowness of Spirits Ingestion, Dimness of Sight, Want bf Energy, Irritability, Deafness Epilepsy die..re- sulting irom loss of nerve P°^f prfmature decline. Gives ^RUCTION;, by which Thousands have been restored to h'1 o cases and test1 monials from grateful PA TO'YOUNC MPN cure used in each case. Also. ADTlttlO }OUM,-MEN ON fcUBJECTSOF VITAL IMPOKlAlStL. il-e Pamphlet will be se it free by post, to any address, on receipt of two penny stamps.. ,I,W.Q Third iuousand. By post, seven stamps in envelop "W/ OMAN. Subjects treated Girlhood, Maiden- Y Y hood, Courtship, Marriage, Motherhood, Female Education, Female Health, Female Hygiene, Domestic Medicine, &c.,&c. N.LL—A Sgecial Edition, BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSIHATED BY EKOHAYIKOH ON "WOOD. Cloth gilt, One Shilling. NOTICE.-—The above medical woiks will be sent direct from the Author in an Envelope on reccipt of the amount in stamps. Address Dr HENRY SMITH, 8, Burton Crescent, London, WC CONSULT A LONDON PHYSICIAN BY LETTER WITHOUT FEE. TV1- the Eminent Specialist for the orthe BENEFIT^ ^EBLLITATLNS.AJQD contagious diseases, will personally on1:OU.NTR>PATL(?*; cannot consult him Sion wilT receiving desenption of their case, send his opinion, with advice and directions for the most successiul restoration to health and vigour. 7336 Address, Dr; H. SMITH, 8, Burton Crescent, London, W,Q MANCHESTER HODSE, MERTHYR. r PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. FOURTEEN DAYS' SALE. OF A LARGE BANKRUPT STOCK COMMENCING ON MONDAY WEEK, JANUARY 17th. JO H: N JONES, HAVING PURCHASED THE VALUABLE BANKRUPT STOCK I Of W. ELIAS, BRIDGEND, amounting to about £1,200 at 28f per Cent. (' k? 0 F F a 0 3 T, Will offer the same for SALE for FOURTEEN DAYS, commencing on the above date, at prices which must SATISFY all Comers. In addition to which, during the above period, he will dispose of the whole of his SURPLUS WINTER STOCK At such FIGURES as cannot but command a speedy CLEARANCE. TERMS o s EE Further particulars next week. 7392 S I V V WHY GO TO BRISTOL AND PAY MORE ? I THE "TELEGRAPH" I STEAM PRINTING AND PUBLISHING OFFICES, 50, HIGH STREET, I OPPOSITE THE MARKET-SQUARE) MERTHYR TYDFIL. RETAIL STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, 49A, HIGH STREET. P. WILLIAMS ANNOUNCES that having every facility, which Steam Machinery and A the Employment of the most Competent Workmen can render, for the execution of Printing Orders, he respectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage. His Charges for Posters, Bill Heads, Circulars, and every kind of Printing Work, are as Moderate as any in the district, and at least ten per cent. lower than the usual Bristol prices. For Expedition in the execution of Printing Work, the TELEGRAPH PRINTING ESTABLISH- MENT will bear favourable comparison with any Printing Office either in Bristol or the Principality; whilst for COLOUR PRINTING, Cards, Printed Headings, and work requiring special care and taste, the resources of the I Establishment—embracing as it does, an assortment of almost every kind of Plain and Fancy Type, and the engagement of a numerous staff of efficient Compositors—ensure these desirable advantages. I TO THE TRADE. I Printing, Binding, Ruling, Paging, and Perforating for the Trade. I At the TELEGRAPH Printing Office, Merthyr Tydfil. I GOOD Workmanship—Moderate Charges—and Promptitud in the Execu- tion of Orders—have been the prominent features in the business operations of this Establishment for the last Twenty Years. Goods of the value of £ 2, and upwards, delivered Carriage Free at all Railway Stations in South Wales. SOLE AGENT IN MERTHYR FOR THE EUREKA INKS. GENERAL STATIONERY. NO Person studying economy will buy WRITING PAPER by the quire. The Wholesale Purchaser buys his Reams by weight, and so does every Retail Purchaser who appreciates the maxim that a Penny saved is a penny earned." PLAYING CARDS At various prices from Tenpence to Half-a-Crown per pack. I GROCERY SHOP BOOKS Of every thickness, plain and interleaved, supplied at per gross or per dozen, at as cheap a rate as any House in the Kingdom. For the execution of every description PLAIN AND COLOURED LETTER-PRESS PRINTING, By Powerful Machinery, driven by Steam Power, the TELEGRAPH Office possesses facilities unequalled in the District, and can undertake the delivery of work in quantities at the very shortest notice. COLOUR BOXES (ENGLISH AND FOREIGN), From 6d. to 3s. each. These Colour Boxes, as supplied at the TELEGRAPH Office, obtained the Prize of the Society of Arts, and are specially recom- mended by that Society for general use. WRITING PAPEli An excellent quality can always be had at the TELEGRAPH Office, at Is. pe1 lb., and Envelopes at from 4d. to 6d. per 100. Those who purchase under this system save fully 50 per cent. THE TRAVELLING DRAPERS' POCKET LEDGERS *■ Are made in all sizes, paged, and indexed, if desired. They are strongly bound, and calculated to bear "knocking about." I iffloutnets Are informed that for Mourning Stationery and Memorial Cards, the assortment at the TsMsotArn Office will be found ample. THE ADDRESS s— THE "TELEGRAPH" PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, 49a, and 50, High Street; Merthyr Tydfil. 7333 NOTICES. ALLSOPP'S BITTER OR MILD ALE. I OCTOBER BREWINGS IN FIRST-RATE CONDITION. MESSRS. SAMUEL ALLSOPP & SONS RPAKE the opportunity OF announcing to PRIVATE FAMILIES that their GENUINE ALES, in I Casks, may be obtained of MR. JOHN DAVIES, CROWN HOTEL, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR, AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:— IN CASKS of 18 Gallons at 21s., 24s., 27s., 30s., 33s., 36s. and 42s Guinness's Extra Stout, and Allsopp's East India Mild and Pale Ales in Bottles. I DELIVERED FREE BY ALLSOFP'S CARTS. 7340 ) WINTER SHOW ROOMS. L, IM:o:R,IR,is, A. N O H O E, HOUSE, TDEGS to announce that his SHOW ROOMS for VVINTER FASHIONS ARE NOW rOPEN. The Leading Novelties in all DEPARTMENTS. Anchor House, Merthyr TYDFIL, October, 1875. 7264 PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS, AND ALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. T- OELXIRIM: Sc SON < 29, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, BEG resnectfullv to inform the inhabitants of Merthyr and neighbourhood, that they are now pre- pared to supply the above ARTICLES at a price to suit all parties. They have had great experience MPianoforte bv Messrf C AND Collard^Broadwood, Hopkinson, Kirkman, Brimsmead, lUlph Allison, and other BEST English and FOREIGN Makers. —Harmoniums by Alexandre, C&anni, and other makers. Second-hand Pianofortes and Harmoniums always for Sale. Pianofortes on the One, Ti00, and Three Years' System. Harmonium* at Monthly Payment*. Agents for Arthur Allison's, Dawe's, and Mamsden's Patent Melody and Pedal Substitute Organs. PIANOFORTES from 15 Guineas I HARMONIUMS from 4 Guineas. ALL OTHER INSTRUMENTS ON THE SAME SCALE. MUSIC SUPPLIED AT HALF-PRICE. LESSONS GIVEN ON THE PIANOFORTE. TERMS MODERATE; 7342 W. -a MEREDITH, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, CABPET wakehotjseman, AND GENEKAL HOUSE FURNISHEB, AC., 125, HIGH STREET, AND 52, GLEBELAND STREET, HEBTHYR, BEGS TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF PARTIES ABOUT FURNISHING TO INSPECT HIS LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY FURNITURE, CARPETS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, DBASS A III ON BEDSTEADS, &c. DINING & DRA-wirg-kOOM SUITES, IN MAHOGANY, OAI, WALNUT, &c., &c BEDROOM SUITES IN MAHOGANY, AMERICAN BIRCH, ENGLISH ASH, POLISHED PINE, JAPANNED WOODS, &c., &c., READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. A CARPETS. lia'vihs? been selected with great care and judgment from the Best Manufacturers, and amongst which will be found some of the most ELEGANT and UNIQUE patterns, to be obtained only at this Establishment. The whole having been purchased ON the most advantageous terms is marked at *E l^Mt remuneratWeOTofit, and very consTderably below present VALUES VELVET PILE, AXMINSTER, and TURKEY CARPETS supplied upon the shortest notice, at LONDON PRIC £ S> BEDDII<TQ. V>ri) ■! FEATHER BEDS, SPRING, HAIR, and other MATTRESSES manufactured upon the premises by experienced Workmen upon the shortest notice. AN IMMENSE STOCK OF PIER AND TOILET GLASSES IN GREAT YABIETY. FLOOR-CLOTHS, LINOLEUM, ETC, IN ALL WIDTHS. COCOA FIDRE, CHINA, AND MANILLA MATTIN 8. &a. Residences, either large or small, completely Furnished in » ft* hovri notice. 173*3 "ANCHOR" LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. QL A S G O W TO NEW YORK The Steamers of this Line are despatched from GLASGOW FOR NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY, Calling at MOVILLE, LouGn FOILE, to Embark Passengers FARES: SALOOIC CABIN, £ 13 iss„ jE14 14s., and £ 16 16s INIEIIXEDIATE, 7s STEERAGE £ 5 6s. Intermediate and Steerage Passengers Booked throuzh to all parts of the United States and Canada. 7347 Apply to HENDEBSON BROTHERS, Glasgow; or to J MOR- GAN, SON, and Co., Cardiff; J. T. Mono AN, 19, Glebeland Merthyr Tydfil; or to G. BARLOW, 17, Well-street, Dowlas. PULVERMACHER'S PATENT GALVANIC CHAIN-BANDS. BELTS, BAT- U TORIES, RECENTLY IMPROVED. Approved by the Academy of Medicine of Paris, and other Medical Authorities in England and abroad. The remarkable efiicacy of these self-applicable Volta'c arrangements is so widely known that ia contradistinction to those unprincipled advertisers who can only publish statements on their otvk authority, Mr PULYERKACBER pre- fers to submit the testimony of others, amongst whom are included many great scientific and medical autho- rities. These unimpeachable testimonies in favour of the marvellous curative powtra of this Medico-Galvanic system being too numerous for insertion here, are compiled in the pamphlet, GALVAMISM, NATURIIS CHIEF RESTORER or IMPAIRED VITAL EMBHGY," sent po-1 free for 3 stamps. The mass of evidence therein is supplemented by the following paragraph recently found in the standard work (p. 76,1867) of John King, M.D., Clinical Professor -A Obstetrics, at Cincinnati These Chains are very useful in many Nervous Disorders Muscular Debility Aphonia 1 Rheumatism Hemiplegia Epilepsy Dyspepsia Paralysis Torpid Liver Paralysis (Bladder) Central Paralysis Asthma Chorea Spinal Paralysis Amenorrhoea Impotency Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea Writer's Cramp Sciatica Spinal Irritation Hysterical Cramps Stiff Joints Nervous Debility and Contractions Hysteria Constipation Loss of Smell Hysteric Paralysit. Deafness (Nerv's) Lou of Taste, &c.' For further information and price list apply to J. L. PULVERMACHER'S GALVANIC ESTABLISH- MENT, 194, REGENT STREET, LONDON, W. 7M8 F.MINSNT .I GEORGE'B^V- at PILE & GEAYEL\\ § B PILLS. 9 £ Z H JJ 3 O M NTONMOS, FT H \J. E.QE0BGE, M.R.P.SJ' § "• V<. VkMilmkaftnakn*saMMHln<f*rr*M •N at. Ifcwe la attn q @aft an& apeettj ears far iron at m ■■sail wo by Hiaf G' URGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL LLS, wblch ar* no* raeagniaed by 4U as iMfinr ala. b Medietas MA dtooverM for VIZ.* AND OK.* Kl^aa wall m for tb* lollowifig paloa, which, In KU r ain* OsMutot «T*IT Handrvd, ar* eaued by the- paiafol lialaill* PAIN I, THM BAOK.PLATULEKOr, QRIPINO, COLIO, 4 BR R OF WttaMT IN THE BACK AND LmMe. » VAIN8 IN THE NEQfON OP THE HEAMT. t.<VM. AND KIDNEYS. OONSTIPATION." fAtMB IN THE THtOHfl. SOMETIMES SHOCTINQ DOWN TO THE OAUP OF THE LEG AND FOOT. SUPPRESSION AND RETENTION OP URINE. PAINS tN THE STOMACH. AND ALL LIVER OOMPLAINTS. nmmil amt Pina. aaTmaw yho.h»a MM IWINRRT bop«I «I. kav* BMA IMsqUr nslned to hoilti bf ftntar vn. ett* BOX wsu, oosmo* THB KOSX BOBptwal Of XHPB KTWOAOT. ft Ord* a on* wii mtm be aiJWwA* GJRX or BOm", MM* MtUMu, <k« fmrMr prtpartt W» TetttabU OnfaOow^tformt. So. 1.—AAOBAX'B PILB AND OBAJKL PILLB. Ma.s.-oxoBan'B Wo. 8r-gBOBqg'S KUbB >OB THB FIZiBB. ImforUmt TMMmowUUiirn toummUdrm n rtMlpt *f «titmpii eeeelepe. BMlmtmm, is by aflmpeeiaU.Clteau.U. nnf Sac K iMUiiu n m ««nunui nar, IfOriOJL—n« «enU M PILE AtlD€fMArSL MUM" m ftwmMiSX muttmmif HM. LONDON Barclay, Sutton, Newbery, Sanger Barron Squire, & Ck. BBMTOL:—CoUlM and Roper, PearceACo..Ac. LiVEiirooL«—Evans, Sons, and Co. Clay, Dodd, and Case ltalmo and Co. 7349 NOTICES. THE M ERTHYR AND DO WLAIS BUILD- ING SOCIETY ARE prepared to Lend, at the shortest notieet Sams of £100 TO £10,000. Re-payable in Monthly or Qu\rterly Instaln^nts. Borrowers in this Society have special advantages not obtained in ether Societies, or fr^m private Individuals. Tha legal costs .re u'' by the Society. and the independence of the lorrower, so long as his stipulated re-payments are made, is secured by the Kegistiar under the Friendly Society's Acts. Tile utmost Secrecy is maintained. 1 he Directors announce that they are prepared to receive >umsof Jloney as Loan Deposits, su^joot to the following rates of ii) terest I per cent, at two months'call; X. ii at four months,' and £ "> per cent. at six months' call. For particulars, apply to Mr. E. ROBKBTS, at the Otlice •( the Society, 34, Victoria-stieet, Merthyr. 7351 DO YOU WANT MONEY? IF so, the Merthyr Tydfil and South Wales Loan anil Discount Company are now lending Sums from £ 2 and upwards at the shortest notice, to II. useholders and others. Forms of applications for Loans, together with the Rules, can be had by applying at the Offices, 38, Bethel Street, or 19, Dynevor Street, Georgetown, Merthyr Tydfil. I'S.—.Money advanced to any amount on Surplus Stocks, and eveiy kind of tangible Security. 7:552 L. J. DAVIES, Manager. MONEY TO LEND— FROM £ 2 upwards—to Tradesmen, Farmers, -I- Workmen, Ac on personal security, Furniture (without removal), irade Stock, Unseasonable Goods, &c—Repayment "e arranged to suit the Borrower's convenience,—No Office fees; distance no object no genuine applications refused—Apply personally or by letter, enclosing stamped directed envelope, to H. M. BEIRNSTEIN, 189 and 190, High Street, Dowlais. 7333 MONEY! MON b.Y!! MONEY! MONEY immediately advanced from £ 2 and upwards, on Personal 1 Security, re-payablc by easy instalments. No Bills cf Sat > required, thus saving all extortionate charges. Apply to A. B. JACOB AND SON, 76, High Street, Dowlais, and at 38. Wellington Struet, Merthyr, [7354 Cash advanced on Deposits of Jewellery, Plate, Pianos, &c. DR. IiUKTER S Special Lcctures to Young Men, on HhALTH, ITS RESTORATION, AND HAPPY AlAuKIAGtiS. When to marry, with advice to those who cont emjlate iiiai:!a?o, pointing out certain impediments which render m;mi?d life unhappy, and directions for their speedy removal. oaould be read by all who value health, strength, and Manhood, and wish to attain a happy old age. rost tree on receipt of two stamps.—Address, SECBETAKT, institute of Anatomy, Birmingham. 7340 STEAM PACKET COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CORK, NEWPORT, AND CARDIFF. n IvJL fj^IRSr-CLASS PASSENGER X1 STEAMt'ES. The City of Cork 'Vn'm^Jrii^ Steam Picket Co's Steamers will leave COBK, f 3r NEWPORT J.andi C A an IFF, COBK, f)r NEWPORT C A an IFF, EVSRT MONDAY, returning to CORK from NEWPORT EVERY WEDNESDAY, and for CARDIFF, EVERY THURSDAY. Through rates for Goods and Cattle can be arranged on application to the Company at C, rk, or to their Agents. Fares: — Cabin, £ L Is.; Cabin Reiuru Ticket, available for one month (including Steward'^ fees), £ 1 lis. 6d. Deck, 7s. For li ther particulars see small Hills. ACEVT'. 17355 CARDHF—Mr E. C. DOWITIWG, Shilbioker. VEWPCKT—Mr, JAMES MADDOCK. 2ORK—i. ity of Cork Steam Packet Co., Limited, Penrose Quay The M .rvellors Remcdy for Coughs, Colds, Hoarsened Asthini, Broncl,:ti 1, Coasumption, and all Chest Affections OTQ3B x"^r:E. Sold by all Chemists,in bottle*, at Is ljd,2s Dd. 4s 6d & 11 Sent by the Proprietors upon receipt of Stamps. From Rev J. STONEHOUSE, S. Saviour's Vicarage Nottingham, AUGUST, 1874. DEAR SIR,-I can strongly recommend your Pectori tj e a- an invaluable Cough Remedy. I have given it a fair trial in my own family, and have also supplied it to persons suffering Lum in my parish, and in every instance it has given immediate relief. In some c-ises, after passing sleepless nighls, one or two doses of the l'aetorine hive had such a good effect that pereons have got a good nigiit's rest, and the Cough has speedily disappeared. lUr. A. ROLFE, St. Ann's Squ ire, Manchester, .1 "I ine is superior to any Medicine I have t.,eLfHOI1(:S or Colds." PECTORINE cures the worst forms o'.Cjughs and Colds PECTOltlNE cures Hoaisencss PKCTORINE gives immediate reliefjin Bronchitis PECXORINE is the bestMedioine for Asthma PJHCTORINE cures Whooping Cough PECTORINE will cure a ti oublesouae:tickling Cough PECTOKINE is invaluable in the Early Stages of Con- sumption PEiTOJUlNE relieves all Affections of the Chest, Lungs, aad Throat. Prepared only by SMITH AND CLARKE, Manufacturing Chemists, Park Street, Lincoln. Vice Chancellor Sir C. Hall granted a perpetual in junction, with costs, against F. Mason, Chemist, Kotherham, for u-ing the word Pectorine." LOCAL AGENTS: Mr. L. P. Jones, Ebbw Vale 7356 Mr. W. J. While, 12S, High-Street, Merthyr. Mr. Rees Thomas, 143, High-Street, Merthyr. Mr. T. W. Evans, Commercial-Street, Aberdare. ii fill ONLY two medicines really act upon tQe ljirer one is Mercury or Blus Pill, the other Dandelion, Thousands of constitutions have been destroyed by Mercury, Blue Pill, or Calomel. The only remedy is DR KING'S DANDELION AND QUININE LIVER PfLLS. which act very gently on the Liver, giving immediate relief in all cases of Bile, Indigestion. Sick Headache, Loss o' Appetite, Giddiness, Spasms, Heartburn, Flatulency, Nervouft- ness Gout, and all disorders ef the Stomach and Liver. Sold' by all'chcmists 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. 7357 RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND, for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and all disorders of the Chest and Lungs. It promotes expectoration, abates fever, and allays the cough. A^eeable to the palate, it is admi* nistered with ease and safety to CIIIL-DREN as well as ADULTS. It will be found to give instantaneous relief, and if perse- vered ir it will scarcely everfail to effect a rapid cure. I IM PORT ANT TESTIMONIAL. Amport Firs, Andover, May 29tli, 1869.—Sir,—I have for some j sars had your Balsam of Uoreliound for Mrs. H. B. Webster, and intended writing to tell you how much benefit she has derived. She was considered consumptive, but the Balsam has quite restored her, and she is now quite strong. I have recommended you dozens of customers, aud all have been pleased with it.—I am, yours, &c., H. B. WEESTEB, N.B.—'Hiere is a saving in taking the larger bottles. Wholesale Agents:— NV. Sutton & Co., Barclay & Sons London Collins & Roper, Bristol; and Evans, Sons, & Co., ^CAUTION— AS unpricipled parties are offering an imitation for sale, the public arc lequested to observe that the words IIAYMAN'S BALSAM 0:" HOREUOUND are stamped on the bottle, without which none are genuine. 73,58 THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, HIGH STREET, (Opposite the Vale of Neath Railway Station) MERTHYR TYDFIL. W JAMES, PROPRIETOR, THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP. FOR FURNISH ING IRONMONGERY THE SOUTH"WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR IRON BEDSTEADS rs^HESOLTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP 1 FOR PETROLEUM, PARAFFIN, & BENZOLINB OILS, mHE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY A SHOP, FOR PARAFFIN & BENZOLINE LAMPS n^HE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY X SHOP, FOR HAY WOOD'S BEST CUTLERY mHE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY I SHOP FOR BRUSHES: SCRUBBING-, BLACKING, LAUNDRY, AND UALUSTKK. rrUIE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY I SHOP, FOR GREENSLABE'S PLANES. PATENT 15ASH TOOLS, k DUSTERS. HE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR CARPENTERS' and MASONS' TOOLS, &c. la-E SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY 1 FHOP, FOR BUILDERS' AND GENERAL IRONMONGERY. Tma SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP FOR LUBU1CATING OILS, AS TI- FRICTION and OTHER GREASES, WASTE, &c. 7359