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Agent for the Manchester Wire Works for Flour and Smutt Machines, Meal Sifters, &c. i 78 LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY fTIHE Central Wales Extension Railway, from Craven _L Arms to Llandovery, and thence to Llanelly, Swansea, and Carmarthen, is now Open throughout for Traffic, affording a direct communication between Liver- pool, Manchester, and all principal Stations on the London and North Western System and Carmarthen, Llanelly, Swansea, and effecting a saving of 55 miles in Railway dis- tance between Manchester, Liverpool, and Carmarthen. Four through Passenger Trains are run daily (Sundays excepted). For particulars of times, see Time Tables. W. CAWKWELL, General Manager. Euston Station, June, 1868. GOUT & RHEUMATISM.—The excruciating paid Gof Gout and Rheumatism is quickly relieved ann cured in a few day's by that celebrated Medicine, BLAIR'S GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS. 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The Constitution Balls are strongly recommended by many highly respectable Gentlemen, for Cows and Oxen as a most valuable medicine in cases of Hove or Blown, Scour- ing on turriug out to grass, or from bad food, Gargate, Hide Bound, Loss of Appetite, Staring Coat, Distemper, Epidemic, or Influenza. Bullocks fat much faster by oc- casionally jiving a Ball. See Testimonials with each Packet. Prepared by the Proprietor, FRANCIS CUPISS, M.R.V.C.S., Author of the Prize Essay on the Diseases of the Liver of the Horse, Diss, Norfolk. Sold by ll Chemists and Medicine Vendors, in Packets with direcSons, at Is 9d and 3s 6d each or 7 large Packets for One Guinea, or 7 small for Half-a-Guinea. Any Gertleman using the Balls may Consult the Pro- prietot rratuitously, either personally, or by letter, post paid. Q 54 -r- HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. ITS SEARCHING AND HEALING PROPERTIES ARE KNOWN AND RECOGNISED THROUGHOUT THE VORLD. The number of Jearl this invaluable Ointment has stood the test oi Public opinion (and the longer known the better appreciated) is 9 testimony of itself more convincing than anything that could be written in praise of its truly wonder- ful healing properties. In the cure of bad legs, bad breasts, Bores, wouidst and ulcers its effect is marvellous. For ring- worm, scad-head, scrofula, and diseases of the skin gene- rally, thete is no remedy to be compared tc it. When assiduously rubbed upon the skin (previously well bathed with warm water) this Ointment is quickly absorbed into the sysrem, and cleanses, in its passage, every part to ?hich it is applied. GLANDULAR SWELLINGS, BRONCHITIS, MUMPS QUINSEY, SORE THROATS, AND DIPTHERxA. In any of he above diseases, immediate and permantn relief is obtained by effectually rubbing this detergen1 Oint- ment, twice a day. upon the neck, chest, and back. It acts upon the very mainsprings of life; for through the giands pass all new matter req uired for the body's reparation and all old particles detrimental to its preservation. The Oint- ment, used conjointly with Holloway's Pills, will act so searchingly and certainly as to effect cures in the most hopeless cases. RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, CONTRACTED AND STIFF JOINTS. Many thousands of martyrs from the above complaint have found life almost insupportable; yet, if Holloway's Ointment be briskly and perseveringly rubbed upon the parts affected, ease may be safely guaranteed, especially if the pores of the skin be previously opened by fomentations nith warm water. The gross humours require expulsion from the system; it is therefore necessary to have recourse io Hol- loway's admirable Pills, which by purifying and strengthen- ing the system, greatly assist the operation of the Ointment and facilitate and confirm the cure. BAD LEGS, BAD BREASES, AND ULCERATIONS OF ALL KINDS There is no medicinal preparation in the world which may be so thoroughly relied upon, in the treatment of the above ailments, as Holloway's Ointment. Nothing can be so simple or safe as the manner in which it is applied, for its action on tbe body, both locally and constitutionally. The Ointment rubbed around the part affected, enters the pores just as salt enters meat. It quickly penetrates to the source of the evil and drives it from the system. ERYSIPELAS AND SCROFULOUS SORES In all irritations of the skin, sores, ulcers, burns, of scrofulous enlargements of any kind, Holloway's Ointment presents a ready and easy means of cure. It manifests a peculiar power in restraining infliunrration, removing gtagnation, cooling the heated blood, and checking an aerimonious and unhealthy discharges. DISEASES ATTENDANT ON CHILDHOOD. Diseases incident to early life fall more unjer the many ggement of the mother thun the medical man. Holloway's Ointment should tb(r, fi,re be regarded by her as te •'Household Treasure," as it never fails in biidginw out the rash in tnefisles and gearlatina and for the removal uf all skin diseases it's effect is miraculous. In cases of whoopinn eough and croup, this invaluable Ointment should be rubbcy twIce. a day upon the tliroat and chest, and the youugest invalid will derive therefrom the most soothing relief Two or three of Holloway's famous Pills, reduced to a powder, will augment the curative powers of this Ungent. I Botf. the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following cases: I Bad legs Bad Breas Burns Bunions Bite of Mos- Betoes and Sand-Flies Coco-bay Chiego-foot Chilblains Chapped hands Corns (Soft) Cancers Contracted and Still' Joints Elephantiasis Fistulas Gout Glandular wellings Lumbago Piles Rheumatism Scald Heads Sore Nipples Sore Throat. Skin-di ease I Scurvy Sore Heads Tumours Ulcers Wounds Yaws Sold at the Establishment of Professor HOLLOWAY, 226 Staand (near Temple Bar), London also by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the Civilized World, at the following prices :-Is. lid., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d. 68.,228., and 33s. each Pot. N.B.-There is a considerable saving by taking the larger size Directions for the guidanoe of patients every disorder are affixed to he Pot. j PEMBROKE AND TENBY RAILWAY. ~Vj~OTICE is Hereby Given, that the next Half- X ? yearly Ordinary Meeting of the Shareholders in this Company, will be held at the Town Hall, in Tenby, on Thursday, the 25th day of February instant, at the hour of 12 o'clock at noon, for the general purposes of business f The Transfer Books will be closed on the 16th day 0 February instant, and will not be re-opened until after the said Half-yearly Meeting. By Order, T. STOKES, Secretary. 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Limp cloth, sprinkled edges 1 0 Cloth boards, red edges 1 4 Itoan boards, red edges 2 0 The usual allowance is made to the Trade, and to Con- gregations purchasing quantities. All particulars can be obtained on application to the Publishers, J. HADDON & Co., 3, BOUTERIE STREET, FLEET STREET, LONDON. The Books may also be had at the Bangor Depot of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, through all Country Booksellers, or direct from the Publishers. Single copies will be forwarded Poet Free at the above prices. r 41 THE CARMARTHEN SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL H. C. Barber, M.C.P., M.R.S.A., late J. Head Master of Nantwick Grammar School, as- sisted by resident Foreign and English Masters. Terms for Boarders, references, &c., may be obtained from Messrs Thompson and Shackell, Booksellers, and from the Principal, 7 and 8, Spilman Street. s 1 THE FRENCH LANGUAGE MADE EASY. MONSR. J. GERMAIN REGIS, Elevt du Lycce Charlemagne, GRADUB DE L'ECOLE DE DROIT DE PARIS ET DB L'CNI- VERS1TB DE FRANCE, RETURNS his sincere thanks to the Clergy, Gentry, JA/ and Inhabitants of Carmarthen and its vicinity, fNut\ W\'tlfl vf Jm b)n.11.;¡II¡n.. al&JJ '1è¿'l;&V'.fÍ that his French Classes will commence on the 10th of SEP- TEMBER, and that he will visit LLANDILO once a week. For Terms and particulars apply to M. Regis, 53, King street, Carmarthen. r 65 LEWIS & CO., IRONMONGERS, LOCK & GUN SMITHS, BELLHANGERS, 8, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN. KITCHEN RANGES of every description supplied and fitted. ?DOD SINGLE GUNS Ifrom 28s to 551; double from 42s to 75s. DOUBLE BREECH LOADERS, Pin Cart- ridge from £ 7 to £ 10; with Damascus barrels, from eilt. £ 14: Central fire from £8 to £ 15, £ 20, &c. REVOL- VERS from 30s to 4013; breech loading revolvers, 6 ehot. 42s: 7 shot, 56s. Revolving Rifles, from 120s. All war- ranted sound throughout. I 46 ISAAC ANTHONY. AUCTIONEER, BEGS to return his grateful thanks to the Public for Bthe very liberal support accorded to him as an Auctioneer in this and the adjoining Counties for several years, and hopes by promptitude and despatch in the settle- ment of accounts to merit a continuance of public support. Sales Cashed or Guaranteed, or Money advanced to any amount on approved Security. Engagements accepted either by the Day or per Centage. 8 Dynevor Lodge, Llanelly. X 8 SALE OF WINTER DRAPERY GOODS, WOOLLENS, MANTLES, MILLINERY STRAW AND FELT HATS, &c. Saturday, the 13th inst., and to continue for 14 Days. D- & W. DAVIES BEG to announce that they are now Selling a large Variety of GOODS, the value of which is affected by Season or Fashion, at a great Reduction in Price. 1, & 2, GUILDHALL-SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. February llth, 1869. DENTAL SURGERY. MR. BAYNTON will visit CARMARTHEN, on SATUR- ?L DAY, the 27th inst., at 53, King-street. 3, Dynevor Place, Swansea. NO TI C.E.RE KOVAL. TEETH. MR. EDWARD KING, Surgeon Dentist, at- M tends CARMARTHEN the second WEDNEDAY 8?cl two following days in every Month, at Mr D. 1 UCKER S, Watchmaker, Nott-square, Periodical attendance for the last thirty years. Residence—Bulwark, Brecknock. DENTISTRY. MR. E. L. JONES (of the Firm, H. M. JOKES k SON, Surgeon Dentists, M.C.D.E., 19, North- ampton-Place, Swansea-Establisbed 1809.) attends CAR- MARTHEN the last MONDAY in each Calendar Month, at Messrs. THOMPSON & SHACKELL'S, Guildball-square, from Ten to Five o'olock. Next visit, January 25 ARTIFICIAL TEETH upon the newest and most ap- proved principles. CHILDREN'S TEETH simply, but successfully regu- lated. Periodical A ttet/dance at the following Places :— CARMARTHEN—The last Monday, at Meesrs. Thompson 4 Sbackella'. Guildhall Square. Next viMti January 2oth, February 22nd, and March 29th. TENBy-The last consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday in each month, at Mr John M. Heuton s, O ana 6, Ilieh-stre. t. Next visits-January 26th and 27tb, February 23rd and 24tb, March 30th and 31st. HAVERFORDWEST-The last Thursday, at Mr W. Griffiths Boot Maker, High-street. Next vilits- January 28th, February 25th, and March 25th. EMBROKB-DocK-The last Friday, at Mr Wm. Bush-street. Next visits-January 29th, February 26th, and March 25th. A New System of Operating on a perfectly painlesa plan. One of the Firm daily in attendance. 19. Northampton- Place, Swansea. A Vacancy for a Pupil.