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DENTAL SURGERY. ARTIFICIAL TEETH and PAIXLESS DEN- TISTR Y, as shewll and Specially Commended in Class 17, INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. L (tendance in the Principality for the last 30 Year s MR. LEWIN MOSELY, DENTIST, 30, BERNERS STREET, LONDON ESTABLISHED 1820. APPOINTMENTS FOR 1862. MONMOUTH.—Every fourth THURSDAY, at Mr. J. Powell's, Plumber, Monnow-street. Next Visit, Thurs- day, November 6. 4 BERGAVENNY.—Every ALTERNATE TUESDAY, at Mr. Harris', saddler, next door to the Angel Hotel. '1 Next Visits Tuesday, Nov. 4, and Tuesday, Nov, 18. IIEREFORD-Every ALTERNATE WEDNESDAY, at Mr Webster's Surveyor, St. Owen's street. Next visits Wednesday, November 5, and Wednesday, Nov. 19. NEWPORT.—Every fourth THURSDAY, at the King's Head Hotel. Next visit Thursday, Nov. 20. CHEPSTOW.—By appointment, at the George Hotel. Private Rooms at all the Hotels. Attendance from 10 to 5 IMPORTANT NOTICE. Mr. Mosely, Dentist, begs to direct attention to a New and Patented improvement in the manufacture of Artificial Teeth, Palates, &c., which supersedes all impure Metals and soft or absorbing agents, hitherto the fruitful cause of so many evils to the mouth and gums. A portion of this great improvement consists of a gum-colored enamelled base for the Artificial Teeth, which presents a uniformly smooth and highly polished surface, preventing any lodg- ment of food between interstices, thus avoiding the con- sequent unpleasant secretions, causing foulness of breath, &c. Additional Teeth can be added when required (thus saving great expense to the Patient) without extracting roots or fangs, and as the whole is moulded in a soft state, all inequalities of the gums or roots of teeth are care- fully protected, and insures a perfect system of painless Dentistry. Neither metals, wires, or unsightly ligatures are required, but a perfectly complete adhesion secured by Mr. MOSELY'S PATENTED SUCTION PALATE, No. 764, Aug., 1855. *#*Decayed and Tender Teeth permanently restored to use, preventing the necessity of Extraction. Constant Attendance at Town Residence, No. 30, Berners-street, Oxford-street, W., where Patients and let- ters will meet with immediate attention. Consultations and every information, Free. Charges unusually Moderate. TIRAVER BOOKS, BIBLES 1 & CHURCH SERVICES in Roan, Ca'f, Velvet, Morocco, and Antique Bindings, with or fTM without cases, rims, and clasps. Perio lical Publications and "Works procured from the "j~y^r^otv<lon Publishers every Thurs- AT (Jay morning, at J. II. darks' Post Office, Usk. •sjuaraiBisuj jCjjejJBnb JO ÂIJUa.{ -nut{ paxij Aq g^qBXedaj 'sauas g JO f 'g 'z 'I aoy Iooolly oi 09j UIOJj unns Âuu SABIJUBO nOÁ cÁ¡!moas IEUOSJO^ paAoJddv, TI)!AI JEQA ealTieaunB jjtAi. all pue 'ajii jnoi £ aansuj put? *'uoj\[ '!}.iodAV9 £ j ^OOQ; '91 'SHVMIAV *AV "•'M °} A'SBJJ T puc dtiaqQ b !>B iCauojt MOJJOJJ OJ no. £ j][J. uiviaoditi Usk. DAVID JONES respectfully announces to the Inhabitants of Usk that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS in the BOOT & SHOE TRADE, in Premises opposite the King's Head Inn, and begs to solicit their Patronage. Ready Made Boots and Shoes in Stock, and Orders in the bespoke department expeditiously attended to. Fits. J JONES having succeeded in curing those sufler- t ing from the most obstinate FITS ever known, respectfully informs those persons afflicted with Fits that he may be CONSULTED BY APPOINT- MENT.Address J. JONES, Lower Argoed, Shire- newton, nr. Chepstow, Monmouthshire.—Respectable references given from parties cured. THE CHAMPION LIVER & STOMACH PILLS. These Pills are compounded from the recipe of one of the most eminent Physicians of the day are.pre- pared by an able and experienced chemist, and are ac- kowledged by the Faculty to be the most valuable medi- dine for all disorders of the sttimach and derangements of the liver, ever prepared. Try a box, numerous testimonials have been given of their efficacy. Sold in boxes, ls. lid. each, by Messrs. Barclay ana Sons, wholesale agents, London; by J. H. Clark, Book- seller, Usk; Thomas Roderick, Druggist, Pontypool; and all Medicine venders. TESTIMONIAL. Gwehelog, December, 1859. SIB,—After suffering for several years from acute pains In my side, back, chest, and stomach, and after calling in several medical men and trying every remedy, I still suf- fered severely from the complaints. At length I was in- duced to try the CHAMPION LIVER AND STOMACH PILLS," fiold by you. The first box gave me great relief. Ithen purchased a second box, its contents completely eradicated the disease, and I am now in perfect health. Having received so much benefit from these pills myself, I think am only doing a service to the public in recommending them. JOHN ROBERTS. To Mr. CLAKK, Bookseller, Usk. WM. FoTriTR, GEORGE STREET, PONTYPOOL, Respectfully announces that he has HE-OPENED The OLD PREMISES with an entire Hfew assortmeMt of Papery. T)RIZE MEDAL (I 862).-TOILET & NURSERY i SOAPS, in Jib. Tablets, at 3d. each, or Four for lOd. smaller Tablets, 2d. each, or Six for 10d.— at J. H. CLARK'S, Usk. TENTS: and MARQUEES LET on HIRE by W. COOPER, BKIDGE INN, ABEBGAVENNY. To Be Let, FROM Christmas next, LLANOLWAY FARM, JO in the Parish of Llansoy.-Apply to Mrs. MARY WIT,T,TAWS, Bridge-street, Usk. TO BE LET, in the beautiful and salubrious Vale of Usk, so well known as a pleasant Winter resi- dence, PART of a GENTEEL HOUSE, furnished to unfurnished,r-Apply to C. F, Post Office, Usk. TT S K. Twyn Congregational Church. THE OPENING s s Connected with the above place of Worship, will commence on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6th, 1862. TWO SERMONS Will be Preached by the DRIEST". GEO. SIsZCXTH, (Of London, Secretary of the Congregational Union of England and Wales.) Service to Commence at 11 o'Clock in the Morning, and 6.30 in the Evening. On the FOLLOWING SABBATH, NOVEMBER 9, TWO SERMONS Will be Preached by The REVEREND MR. LOCH ORE, (Of Newport). Service in the Morning at 11 o'clock, and in the Evening at 6 o'clock. COLLECTIONS will be made at the close of each Service, in aid of the Building Fund. 0




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