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ANGLESEY CENTRAL RAILWAY. OPPNING OF THE LINE FOR PASSENGER TRAFFIC BETWEEN GAERWEN JUNCTION AND LLANGEFNI. Time and rw Table commencing 8th. 18M. ? until further Notice. —————=-??— —————————————— UP. RAINS. —— _————————————————-———————-——— WEEKDAYS. SUNDAYS -¡ tNGLE JOUR:01E'Oi.;BLE JOi.lííÚ:Ÿ WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS p4  DEPARTUrtz FRo.Ni  ? _x 2 3 1 2 JJ ffl _12 li il! 1 2 3 1 S ——————*?" _amnooupmpm — d s d Llangefni.dep 7 4512 5 5 20 8 2,) Miles' 6d 4<t 2d 09 06 Arms.dep 74512 5520825 "g3 2' ,l „ 0 9 0 6 HolHnd Arms 7 53112 1: 5 28 8 33 ? IM 3d 4d 1 3 0 9 Gaerwen Junction 'a '2?o?0 8« | G ( L N"W Up Train dep 8 17112 47 6 45 8 5 Z ?Giterwen ? L ? W Down Train dep 9 24 ?it 51 5 48 8 47 1 ————— FARES'———————————————— DOWN I?M?S ————————————J WEEK DAYS SUNDAYS. -?-???OUR?.?pO.BLE JOL-K?Y.  ?''=? ??_ ?D?- | 7~3 1 2 DEPARTS F? ?-??? S ———' a m p m p m pm g —°- (LNWIJpTrain?r. 8 16 12 46 6 44 8 49 'g g Wes. GM?ven Down Train ar. 9 23 12 30 5 47 8 46 H Gaerwen Junction dep 9 29 12 50 o 55 8 55 25 2 M 4d 2d 9d 6d Holland Arms 939 10 6 o 9 5 ? 10d 6d 4d Is 3d 9d U?gefni 949 110 6 15 9 15 passengers by this train will be able to proceed by the Up Mail 1'ra™  h London, &c. y0^|0 ^IQ^L^ OndoU' &°' THAFFIC MANAGER. Contractor's Office, Llangefni, March 3rd, 1865. iMIIR.. SCOTT OF DUBLIKT. A R TIFICIAL TEE T H, 6, MARKET STREET, CARNARVON, MR SCOTT, the Resident Dentist, supphesArtiMari'ecth without givmg any pain to tV) the wearer (he does not extract old stumps), ,wd at the same time rendering the new Teeth Useful m mastica- tl0 ,,lid arhculatlOn. ?' Tee«i ?etu?omposed of a silioious substance, with a fine enamel upon them, admitting of every variety of t/?Md eulour. enables him to match any Teeth that may remain in the mouth, so as to challenge detection. UtmedieU gentlemen who have inspected Mr. Scott? Teeth pronounce them to be the most cleanly and whole- tnwe)r Unsightly wires and ligatures arearmded. All the most recent improvements of the London and p»\i« ihoois of Dentistry Me introduced into Mr. Seott'alaboiatory, strictly adhering to Mr. Brophy's standard rule of usill, no inferior materials, the workmanship being under his own special supervision. He will warrant all com- mands entrtiste(I to his care. Mr Scott begs leave to thank his numerous patients for their liberal patronage. CHARGES TO SUIT THE MOST ECONOMICAL. Mr. SCOTrsl Book on the Teeth now ready at all the Bcoksellws or from the Author. Price Is., by Post 13 Stamps For opinions of the Press on the merits of this Book, Vide North Wales Chronicle Dec. 17th last, and all the leading Ilewspapers of the Prinpality. N.B.-Mr. SCOTT visits LLANRWST the first WEDNESDAY in every month May be consulted with every Thursday at 306, High Street, Bangor. PURE FOREIGJt WINES. GOOD SOUND SHERRY, 189. per dezen GOLD WITH BOÐY, 24s. per dozen SUPERIOR PALE & DRY, 30s. per dozen GOOD USEFUL PORT, 18s. per dozen VERY SUPERIOR, 24s. per dozen. 1858 VINTAGE Full and Rich, 30s. per ao,-en 110 USILL ON, A RICH STRONG WINE, 24 s. Per Dozen. SOT-TI-Tl:) DIN NEB. CLARET, 185- PER 3DOZ. ST. JULIEN, 24s. PER DOZEN. ST. ESTEPHE, 24s. PER DOZEY. CHAMPAGNE, 4 2s. PER DOZEN. JOS. ROBERTS, CONFECTIONER, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. AGENT FOR IMPERIAL WINE CO., LONDON. ESTABLISHED 1812. PROCTOR AND RYLAND. In calling attention to their Special PREPARED BONE MANURES, Have much pleasure in stating they will be found of very^uperior quality, and the most economical offmd to the Agriculturist. TURNIP, MANGOLD, AND POTATO MANURES Have produce rcsu)tso? the ??.ati?ctory?d?nu?ive   WHEAT, OAT, AND BARLEY MANURES StreDgthenthe stmw. increase the quantity, and improve the quality oHhe grain in a very markedoogree. -?-' ?r' ?E'R??'?r'  Has been proved to be the most econemical source of Phosphates for the growth of luxuriant root aBd corn crops. GRASS MANURES, For mowing or grazing land, are very effective in improving the herbage. The preparation of Grass Manures is regulated according as they may be required to be more or less permanent in their character. OFFICES :-COKN EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, CARR'S LANE, BIRMINGHAM. WORKS BIRMINGHAM, WARWICK, BRISTOL, AND CHESTER. MAGASIN DE MUSIQUE, UPPER BANGOR. MR. H. HULSE, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC AND DANCING FIRST CLASS PIANO FORTES By the best London Makers FROM TWENTY FIVE GUINEAS. BPROVKD PATENT HARMONIUMS, FROM FIVE GUINEAS. SECOND HAND INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. HARPS, PIANO FORTES AND HARMONIUMS, ON SALE, OR HIRE. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of all descriptions, AND EVERY ARTICLE IN THE TRADE Supplied on the shortes notice, and at the lowest possible price. PIANO FORTES TUNED SINGLY, OR BY THE YEAR. I MILITARY AND QUADRILLE BANDS PROVIDED FOR FETES, BALLS, &c. I GToncjjes. BANGOR AND BETHESDA. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. J!lJf! A:ï, 'J '# THE Public are informed that _L on or about the 10th of APRIL NEXT, a first- claws NEW OMNIBUS will commence running daily (Sundays excepted) from the Doughs Arms Hotel, Be- theMla, and the ltailway Hotel, Bangor, meeting the va- rious trains at the Railway Station, Bangor. Further particulars will appear in future advertise- ments. 1 HUGHES AND LITTLER. March 8th, 1865. THE LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. TOUR THROUGH NORTH TVA LES. CARNARVON AND BARMOUTH. Carnarvon to Beddgelert, Treiuadoc, Portmadoc, Tany bwJcb. Harlech, and Barmouth. ':j.. THE ROYAL SNOWDONIAN TOURIST COACH WILL EXTEND its Route, via Beddgelert, W Tremadoc, Portmadoc, and Tanybwlch, starting from the ROYAL HOTEL (late (Abridge Arms) and Railway Station, Carnarvon, every day (Sundays excepted), after the arrival of the 9 40 a.m. train. Will also leave Barmouth at 9 30 a.m., every day (Sundays excepted), same route, arriving at the Royall Votel (late Uxbridge Anns), Carnarvon, in time for trains to Chester, Liverpool, Birmingham, London, &c. EDWARD HUMPHREYS, JONES & Co., Proprietors. Royal Hotel, Carnarvon, November 8th, 1864. Edeyrn, Nevin. Pwllheli and Carnarvon. Edeyrn, Nevia. PwUheli and Carnarvon. ¡;¡;tt- '< ¡. THE well-appointed Four-horse Ommbns TH PEI?l?';CE ALBERT, will leave the Cefnamwlch, Arms Inn, Edeyrn, every day (Sundays excepted), at 7 a.m., Matlryn Arms, Pwllheli, at it a.m. and arriving at Carnarvon by 12 noon, in time for the trains for Bangor to Chester, 6:c. The Prince Albert will leave the Britannia Inn, Car- narvon'at 2 15 p.m.; arriving at the Madryn Arms Ho- tel, Pwllheli, at 5 30 p.m. and arriving at Edeyrn at 7 10 p. in. The Proprietor of the above conveyance does not bind himself to carry either Policemen or Prisoners. HUGH THOMAS, Proprietor. Madiyn,Anns,:i^ov. 13,1864. MR- JOHN BERRIE, 6ILK, VELVET, WOOLLEN, AND COTTON DYER, AND FRENCH CLEANER, 13, OLDHAM STREET, MANCHESTER, HAS appointed U. E. ROBERTS, Draper _H and Silk Mercer, &e., Victoria House, Bangor, and J. Roberts and Co., Drapers, Port Dinorwic, Agents for the above well known establishment, and any orders en- trusted to their care will, ve prompt attention. MR. E. W. THOMAS, Organist of St. Ann's Church, and Teacher of tlte Piano forte, Orjtan, and Harmonium,, PLAS LLWYD TERRACE, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. PUPILS attended in Bangor and Neighbour- j, hood.-Terms, One Guinea per Quarter. MR. C. MAUGHAM, SURGEON DEXTIST, 14, NORTHGATE ST., CARNARVON. MIZ. C. MAUGHAM begs to acknowledge 1 Y with thanks the liberal support which he has re- ceived from his friends and the public of Carnarvon and adjacent Towns, and trusts by strict attention, combined with moderate charges, to merit a continuance of their favor. Mr. C. M. may be consulted daily, from 10 a.m. at the above address. PSIPES! PIPFS! PIPES! WHOLESALE AND FOR EXPORTATION. ALL SORTS OF TOBACCONISTS, FANCY GOODS AT GOLDBERG'S PIPE DEPOT I 3(>-PARADISE-STREET—30. LIVERPOOL. C^ W NoCharge for Packing Cases. PURE AERATED WATERS- ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, SODA WATER. ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, POTASS WATER. ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, SELTZER WATER ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, LEMONADE. ELLIS'S LITHIA & POTASS WATER, AN EXCELLENT INTERNAL REMEDY FOR GOUT. The Public are particularly requested to observe that every Cork is branded R. Ellis and Son, Ruthin," with- out which none is genuine. May be obtained from all respectable Chemists, Con- fectioners, and Hotel-keepers; and Wholesale only, from R. ELLIS AND SON, Ruthin, North Wales. MEDICAL AID (ok LttTElt OR REHSONALLY) BY Dll. HAMMOND (of th* Lbck Hotpitd member oftheCoUe?e 1? oft'msiciansaMtt'<ur?eon<).on!tdthose DISSASES which EMBiTTER and SHNMES the DURATION of HLMAN LIFE, He otfeMHintBwhtrcht MANLY VIC;oUlt and all tht- attliblites lOf PEltFl,Cr MASIlOOlJ con lie secured. The tyAMUED LI KK UENDEKI'U) HAPPY, and the cause of all domestic d.s- coril rcmoted. TIIOS11 WHO DHSlllli TO MAURY restored to HEALTH, IiKAlUY, (jRAOK and KLKOANOK. Also on L'lie AUUEST.CUUE, ami ISOLA TION' of Nervous, Physica and Sexual I)«-bility, Spermatorrhea, Nocturnal and Diurnal Looses, Painful Dreams, Wasting of the Organs of Generation, Impotence, Sterility, and all DISEASES of IN DlSCliE riONV' '1'he Author's chief aipi is to mitigate huuian pufleritig, and in pruof ot the efficacy of his theory, i.e will advise IN V'ALIOS how to Cure themselves, by calling oft him during professional hours. Those unable to attend personally are advised to enclose Six Stamps for1* THE SULF.CUKATI VK MANUAL." which will enable s itferers to etJVct a speedy and PRIVATE CURE VVl'l U- OCT 1) iNGliltOUS & AboRTlVBSO CALLED R KM EDI KS, All Letters to lie prepaid and addressed DR, HAMMOND, Kt). 11, Charlotte Street, Bedford Square, London. At home 9 till 2, and 6 till 8, Sundays 10 till 12. By the same Author, beautifully illustrated, 100 Pages (details with above), THE MODERN ARISTOTLE," OR PHYSIO- LOGICAL REVELATIONS ON LOVE, COURT- SHIP AND MARRIAGE. Their Social, Moral, and Physical Relations addressed to both Sexes; with ADVICF. and HINTS in choosiug a Husband or wife. Together with an ltquiry into the cause of Unhappy and Un- fertile Unions; how to ensure Fruitful and Happy Marriages, and the Restoration of Suspended or lost Privileges wiih EVERY-DAY SCEN ES," or LIFE SKETCHES OF TUB SINGLE, THE MARRIED, and the WIDOWED; beiug Figmeuts ot Facts, Physiology, and Philosophy. CURE YOURSELF WITHOUT MEDECINE OR FEES. (The Self Restorative). PROVING the real cause of Nervous, Mental, and Physical ftebilits, Lowness of Spirits, Indigestion, Want of Energy, Fear of IIIanil), Tltoughh of Suicide, and Premature Decline; with plain and simple Advise for securing Health, Happiness, and Vigour. WITHOUT DANGEROLS MEDICINES. Sent GRATIS to sufferers on reelipt of stanip for postage, by H. James, Esq., Percy House, Bedford Square, London. 1865- ALMANACKS, D!A1UI<>\ AND POCKET AWOKS, for the Year 1800, in great variety. J. K. DOWLAS, BOOKSELLER, &C., HIGH STREET, BANGOR. [A CARD.] W. & J. ATHERTON, PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, AND GAS FITTERS GREENFIELD HOUSE, MOSTYN STREET,. (opposite the proposed New Church), LLANDUDNO, And 226, CHAMX STREET, MANCHESTER. GUN GOTTON. (Baron Lenk's Process), FOR BLASTING IN SLATE QUARRIES, MINES, TUNNELS, &c. THOMAS PRENTICE, & CO. BE(? to intimate to Quarry PMpnetot's, B.)Iiner,?, ant! Contmctors, that they are prepared to execute orders for GUN COTTON, suitable to every de- scription of AVOI-K. THOMAS PRENTICE AND CO. would call special attention to the great advantage offered by this material, as Gun Cotton producos no smoke, so that the work can be proceeded with much more rapidly, and with less in- jury to the health of the miners. Prices, with sw-iiiples and instructions as to the method of u8iug it in mines, with full particulars, will be sup- plied on application being made to Mr. Wm. Casson, Plas yn Penrhyn, Portmadoc, .the Agent for North Wales. Establisk-jfl 1839. THE CELEBRATED CAAIBRLIN MEDICINE. A Preventative and Cure far all Disowlers resulting from ft Disordered ttate of stomach and Liver, and Impurities in the blood JONES' TREMADOC APERIENT & ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, Patronized by the Faculty, Nobility, Clergy, and the Public -at large, Prepared from the orginal Presciption of that eminent Physician (the Abernethy of Wales) the late W. LLOYD ROBERTS, M.D., OAKLAND. The practical trial of the above Profeesor for HALF A CENTURY, with' the more general test of TWENTY FIVE YEARS by the afflicted public, has now established the reputation of these Pills. Containing no Mercury, but composed of the most raye and expensive Vegetable preparations of the Britsh Pharmacopoeia, combined With a valuable SNOW- DONIAN HERB, forming a mild, laxative, tonic .re- medy. OPINION OF THE MEDICAL FACULTY. Extroat of a Letter from Benjamin Travers, F. R. S. Sur- geon 4 Extraordinary to the Queen, Surgeon in Ordinary to H. iR. H. Prince Albert, &c.&c. "Sir.The Combination of the Ingredients of the PILLS is so familaryto Medicaliren that I scarcely think their-efficacy a matter of question. London. Yours obediently, B. TRAVERS. Soid Wholesale by Appointment by Barclay & SOM, Eaniogdon Street Sutton & Co. Bow Churchyard; Han- nay .& Co. Oxford Street. Lomlon; Mander & W«av«r, Wholverliamtou E\*ans, Sons & Co. Lord Street Liver- pOOl; and Raimes & Co. Edinburgh and Liverpool; T. & A. Warren, Ratcliffo Street, Bristol; Butler, SaokvilLe Street, Dublin; and at the Cambrian Pill Depot, Tremadoe, North W,ùes; and retailed by all respectable Medicine Vendors in every town in the United Kingdom, in boxes at Is. 1d.-2s. 6d., and 4s. M. each. Great pracuring either of.the large boxes. Should any one fail to obtain the Pills in his own neighbourhood, if 14 Postage stamps for the Is. lid. box, 32 for the 2s. 6d. or 60 for the4s, 6d. be the Cambrittn Pill Depot, Tremadoc, North Wales, the Pills will be .-sent by return of Post five. -Directioijs.Lve given with each box. TESTIMONIALS are to,) numerous to be inserted, even a selection, but may be had.from the Agents in,All places. TEETH WITHOUT FAIN. Messrs. GABRIEL attends BANGOR, every J'ltllxAY, at Mr. Douglas, Caxton House, High Street. OSWESTRY, every WEDNESDAY, at Mr. Greens, Canton HOlli<e, The Cross. HoWusRe, EXHAM, every THURSDAY, 5, Hope-street. SHREWSBURY, every SATUHDAS, 48, High-street CARNARVON, by appointmenbmly. Neto Editioit.-Post Free. GABRIEL'S PAMPHLET ON THE TEETH. (ILLUSTRATED AND DESCRIPTIVE) Explaining the onlyetfectual mode of supplying Artificial Teeth without pain, to answer in eyery particular the purpose of natural masticators. These Teeth are supplied on the principle of capillary attraction and suction, thus dispensing entirely with springs, and are supplied with moderate charges. Messrs. GABRIEL have for many years practised their Specialite with unvarying success, and have the satisfac- faction to state thatthey have permission to refer to most of their patients. :SC'. r 1; D È)¡ Eli KHEOLD ESTABLISHED УNTJS1S, 134, DUKE STREET, LIVERPOOL. LONDON: 27, HAELEY STREET. CAVENDISH SQUARE, W. CITV ESTABLISHMENT 36, LUDGATE HILL, 36. (Four Doors from the Railway Bridge.) (¡ii, NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM. Messrs. GABRIEL guarantee every case they undertake. AMERICAN MINERAL-TEETH, from Four to Seven, and Ten to Fifteen Guineas per set, best in Europe, warranted. Single Teeth and partial sets at proportionate moderate charges. Only one visit required at the principal establishments from Country patients. ??? ???M?m? '"?S{ D P;E.  10 WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. THE GREAT SUCCESS of this DELICIOUS CONDIMENT has been the signal for the appearance of many el RIOUS IMITATIONS totally differert in FLA VOn. anJ destitute of the DIGESTI PROPERTIES of this SAUCE. Purchasers arc earnestly requested to ASK FOR LEA & PEBRINS- SAUCE, Prepared only by fij ? L?A & PERKINS, WOrcester. Jj/   k, Sold Whol Md for Export, by jjMKp ?Hossu & ^B,.ICKWELL,J/INDON^RA M???? and all Merr.hants and Oilmen, j?e?? Price Is., or free by post for 14 stamps. TIIE DIET OF INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD, a book for Mothers and Surses CONTENTS,—Diet ot infancy-chil,iren prematurely born— rules iluni'g mid alter weanin«—wet nursing— and duties "t u wet nune-diet after eight months of ;ige-(Iry nurs- ing, ur bringing up children by hitid-tlie different kii,tis of —byverages—\arious kitidsoi iood-rules for the nursing mother, &c. London Robert Hardwicke, 192, Piccadilly, W., and by order of all booksellers. DO YOU W\NT LUXURIANT HAIll, WHISKERS MOUSTAClilES, and EYEBROWS J—Of the numerous preparations introduced (tor the HAR. none have muintaiiud such celebrity as EMILIE IH:AN'S CRINILKNE, which is guaranteed to produce Whiskers, Moustachios, and Eyebrows in a few weeks and will be found eminently succersful in nourish- ing, curling, and beautifjing the Uair. checking greynes in all its stages, strengthening weak Hair,and preventing its falling j o.Y. In the reproduction of Hair in baldness, from whatever cause and whatever awe 'ONE TWIAL will prove its astonishing power. In the nursery it is indispensable, forming the basis of a beautiful head of hair. Price 2s per bottle; large Bottles,con- taining more than four times the ttmnll ones,58 cacho Sold by all Chemists in the world, or sent post free, on receipt of 24 penny stamps, by Misset DEAN and COUPELLE, flair Ite.,torers,&c., Bedford House, Russell-square, London, W.C. EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS.—"My hairwas rapidly coming off,|but in a week after using i-iurcriiiiiene it cease(l.I. Hick- son, Eldon-street, Sheffield. "In theshort time of one fortnight. I have got a beautiful moustache."— H,Adams,Wilsden, "It can now boast of a head of hair, which many cannol I Was quite bald on the crown of my head when I began using it."—W.B, "Ever), customer speaks highly of your Crinilene"— F. P. Jones, Chemist. 5, Paradise-street, Liverpool. "HINTS ON THE MANAGEMENT OF THE HAIR," Whiskers, &c., with Testimonials, List of Agents, &c,. sent post fi ee for four penny stamps* K NOW THYSELF! THE ORIGINAL GRAPHIOLOOI?! MA lllE COUPELLE, continues her vivid, and useful deli- neations of character from the handwriting of individuals, in a style peculiarly her own. Persons desirousof knowing their own characteristics, or those of an) friend, should send a specimen o writing, stating sex, ae, or supposed age,&i\, with 11 uncut penny stamps, and addressed etivtlope,to NIARII; COUPEL,LLI, Bedford House,Hussett Square, London, W.C., when they will receive a lengthened detail oftne talents, tastes, virtues, tailings, &c», of the writer, with many other things previously unsuspected and calculated to guide in the every day affairs of life. The Thousands who acknowledge the value and accuracy of Iiiss C,' sketches, establish the great utility of the science. "Thechar- acters you sent were wonderfully truthful. Niiss Hall,Athetir.N, Co Cal%vay. I was much surprised at the clever way in wlkieli you described my character,"—Jane Bray, 105, Lunedowiie Placf*, Brighton. It is pronounced quite xtraurdinar)..H-Charles Hamilton. II Yen described my character 90 truly, that I could not have done it better.Louis Rivior. A N ACT OF GRATITUDE.—A Gentleman who had been long' A suffering from a very deplorable state of nervousness, langour, lassitude, low spirits, almost constant liead-aehe, dimness of sig-ht. threatened deafness, ioss of memory and rren!ltlt in short all zest for enjoyment and everything thnt renders lite, pleagriit, has been marvellously restored oy very simple mea«3, and as a public duty feels it incumbent on him to impart the information to others similary 'affected, on receipt of a directed envelope bearing two stamps addressed H. B.Laurie, Esq,, Montague Chambers, Montague Street, London, W.C. FOR GRATUITOUS CIRCULATION.—A Physician many- Jf years extensivel y engaged in the treatment of Debility and the various mental, nervous and muscular affections resulting there- from—as loss of n>ftnory, dimness of ight, thickiie-s at hearing, giddiness, noises in the head, langour and lassitude, indigestion, ■ pains iiittie back, &c., will send the FREE EDITION of his large work (130 pages), on rectipt1 of four penny stamps. Tile work, contains his highly successful and only safe treatment, with all the necessary prescriptions and directions, by -which stifferei-s may obtain a cure of their ailments, the smallest possible ex- pense. Address, Nlr, Lawes, Publisher, 14, Hand Court, Hot- borrv, London. MEDICAL REVIEW.—"The shoals and quicksands against which this little work is well calculated to srRnrd the reader, render its careful perusal especially worthy the attention 0\ all young men. THE MST WONDERFUL REMEDY IN THE WORLD fpHOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS OF PERSONS HAVE i IntL]y been cut e(i of ltiie%tnatism, Gout, l.iiiiibtigo, Pai-.ilys- is, Sciatica, Neuralajin, Tic Ooloureux, Whooping Cougfi, Asth- ma, Bronchitis, Disease of the Lungs, Nervousness, and other diseases hitherto regarded ks inciirzible, by a remedy at once so simple, safe and pleasant, that the inogt delicitte can vail tliotii- s<»lvesK>f the boon. All particulars sent free by post on receipt of 14 stamps by Johnsou and Co., 10, Brooke Street, Holboin- E.C. HOW TO RENDER THE SKIN SOFT. SMOOTH, AND n CLEAR AS A CHILD'S remove all kindi of Skid Dis- eases, and impurities of Wood, by a physiological process so un- erring that failure is fmpossible, -Sent post free lol 1-1 penny stamps by Johnson and Co., 10, Brooke Street. Ihlborn, E.C. STRICTURE CF THE URETH RA; itanatufe.consequences. varieties, and speedy t cure, without the pain and risks of laceration, cutting or other irrational measures. Price Is., or post free for 14 stnmps, bv Joh.tSon & Co., Publishers, 10, Brook Street, Holborn, London. THE PLEASURE-SEEKER'S GUIDE, HO'1 ThEis L work con- T R ",OltY, ancl E.%rursionist's Handy Book. This work <-on- tamin? (in additionmuch intetestiu? information) a Tariff of • Hotel Charges, will be found very serviceable to all who patron- ize Kxeur?ion Trains. Post free ?r seven stamps by 3,,)?i)?on and Co., 10, Brooke Street, Holborn. New Edition for 184 just out. EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS OF THE NEW MODE OF TREATMENT. Post free for Six Stamps, open ends, or 14 in a Sealed Envelope THE MOST STARTLING TRUTHS are contained in t? T LAST NEW BOOK on PREMATURE DECLINE and its ready removal; the modern treatment of certain disqualifications; with rules and numerous prescriptions for the speedy cure by verysimple me;tm of nervousness, debility, and all the more com- mon diseases and supposed incurable maladies of the sexual sys- tem. Invalids 'will be astonished at its-contents. By Dr. W. LIE Roos, From long- practical observation in the most famous Institu-. tions of this country and the continent, the Author has had somewhat unusual facilities for acquiring that uniform success,, which has hitherto characterized his treatment, and he refers with pride to the numbers he has been instrumental in restoring to health and happiness: whilst to alltwho need such aid he il offers every assurance of speedy restoration. Persons at a dis- tance should forward a detail of their case by letter, with remittance, when advice and medicines, will he eent by return. Post-office Orders to be made payable at the General Post Office, to DR, WALTER DE Roos, 25, Bedford Place, Blooms-. bury Square, London, near the British Museum. THE MOST WONDERFUL MEDICINE in the WORLD CURE IN FOUR WEEKS.—THE GUTTJE VITJE, or, tj VEGETABLE LIFE DROPS, Protected by Royal Let- ters Patent; Sanctioned by the Faeulte de France, &c., Ilave ill numberless instances proved their suporiority over every other advertised Remedy for langour, lassitude, depression of spirits, excitement, distate and incapacity for society, study or business, indigestion, pains and palpitation in the side, giddine8" noise in the head, &c. This medicine strengthens the vitality of the whole system, gives energy to the muscles, speedily removes nervousness, renovates the impaired powers of life, and invigorates the most shattered constitution. For skin eruptions, sore tiiroat, pains in the bones, aud those diseases in which mer- cury, sarsaparilla, &c., are too often employed, to the utter ruin of health, its surprising efficacy has only to be tested. Before wasting valuable time in seeking aid from instruments, electricity, galvanism, with similar absurdities professing to set anide medicines,'by American and other impostors, sufTeretts will do well to make fair trial of a remedy, which concocted on scientific principles cannot fail. Price4a.(5d. and lis., or four times the latter at 33s. per bottle, through all Chemists, or dir- ect from 25, Bedford Place, WHERE THOUSANDS OF TESTI- MONIALS HAY EE SEEN. THE THREE DAY'S CURE-NEW FRENCH REMEDY I THEKAPION; as uniformly adopted in the French hospitals and by the notabilities of the French faculty; in a remarkably short time, often two or three days only, without the slightest discomfort, inconvenience, or risk, removes all discharges from the mucons membrane, whether of the urinary or other organ?. It combines all the desiderata to be sought in a iledicine of the kind, and surpasses everything hitherto employed. Devoid of all unpleasant tastp. and smell. In packets, 2s 9d, 4s Cd, lis, and 33s, through all respectable medicine vendors., or sent direct from the establishment on receipt of stamps or post oiffce order. The lis size contains three at 4s 6d, and those at 33s, four of the 1 Is. The stamp, to imitate which is felony, bears the word Ther- apion." in white letters, by order of Iler Majesty's Hon. Commis- sioners, who thereby secure the proprietor against infringement throughout the United Kingdom.and the colonies. ,] PAINS IN THE BACK, GRAVEL, LUMBAGO, GOUT RHEUMATISM, DISEASEOF THE Jil DNE I'S Bi, k D, DER,&C- THE COMPOUND RENAL PILLS correct acidit- of the stomach, and indigestion, promote the functions of the liver and kidneys, thereby preventing stone in the bladder and kidneys, with many other serious disorders to which these impor- tant organs are subject. Listlessne«s, weakness, peevishness, and complaints long supposed to be nervous, often arise solely from contamination of th blood with certain impurities which should have being carried off by the kidneys: several unsightly eruptions of the .skin and faceiU) arise from the same cause, and may be as readily remove*. V t hese Pille, which in 19 cases out of 20 cure with a rapidity almost marvellous, Is ld, 28 9d, 4s 6d«'lls,and 33s por box, through illclieiiiists. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS MAY BE SEEN BY ANY ONE. Sold hy;-Hugheg, Chemist, Bangor; Roberts, Chemist. Coll. way; Griffith, Chemist, High-street, Carnarvon; Edwards, Chemist, Denbigh; Hughes. Chemist, Holyhead; and Moore, Chemist, Newtown; and at least one agent in almostevery town; but should difficulty occur, enclose theamonn t by Post-office order or otherwise, to 2r). Bedford Place,, Bloomsbury Square,London and they will be sent secure! v packed per return. NOTICE AND CAUTION .—Injurious imitations of the above by Quacks and others, who lorge testimonials to puff off their useless trash, sufferers should guard against the recommendation of the spurious or other articles, by dishonest vendors, who thereby obtain a larger profit. The genuine have the words "WALTER DE Roos, LONDON," printed in white letters on the Government Stamp, by order of Her Majesty's Flon. Commissioners, to imitate which is felony and transportation. MASCULINE VIGOUR GUARANTEED Without the possibility of failure, by the use of Dr. BRIGHT'S REMEDY, prepared in the form of a Lozenge, to secure secrecy. Invaluable in all cases of Generative and Physical Debility, Sperinatorrhcoa, &e. Price lis on application, or sent carefully packed, free by post, for 12s., for stamps or post office order. Address, Dr. Bright, 29. George Street, Hanover Square, Lon- don, W. DR. BRIGHT'S SPEEDY CURE. The BUCHU GLOBULES, containing the essence of Copaiba and Cubebs, freeiroin taste, being encased in sugar, at once cure all diseases arising from infection, strictures, &c., subduing all inflammatory action. Price Its on application; or free by post, 12s 6d, for stamps or post office order.—Address, 29, George Street, Hanover Square. THE SILENT FRIEND ON MARRIAGE, 150 pages, beautifully illustrotep, paiee Is., post free 1-1 stamps, sealed 20, containing prescription of Preventive Lotion. Make this invaluable work your guide and adviser for self-cure in all cases resulting from the errors of excesses of youth, infection, loss of natural power and vigour; all female irregularities and barreness. Address, Messrs. Perry & Co., Surgeons, 19, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, W.C. Consultations daily, 11 till 2, and from 5 till 8, GIVEN AWAY, A WORK ON MARRIAGE, Its Duties and Impediments. Showing how the vigonr of youth may be restored, and retained to an advanced age. 8vo. 180 pages. Sent post free for 2 stamps, sealed 12, Address, Dr. Bright, 29, George Street, Hanover Square, London, W. CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM, SPASMS, &0. CA UTION.IN CHANCERY-" C H LOR 0 D Y N E. VICE-CHANCELLOR WOOD stated that Dr. J. Collis Brownc was undoubtedly the .n?r? Chtr? E,uinenth..pit.tPhysi.? of  that DrJ. ColJis   tbO discoverer of CMorodvne; that thev prescribe it ta?.ty, and meaR no other ?that -lDrBr.?es-Se.t Ju?v "lh 1864 The oublic, therefore, are cautioned apunst using any other than Dr. J. COLLI8 ?' "?"' CRLOR ,,YN?. TI?IS INVILUABLR HEMKUY produce. quiet refreshing sleep, rdLws pain, calms the avefom rpui-ftroa fhn /Wino-<•<! functions, nnd stimulates healthy action of the accretions of the bodv. From J. M'GBIGOR CROFI, M.D., M.R.C. Physicians, London, late Stalf-Snrgcoll to R.M.F. "After prescribing- Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne, for the last three years, in severe cases of Neuralgia and Tic Doloreur, I feel that I am in a position to testify to its valu- able effects. Really in some cases it acted as a charm, when all other means had failed. Without being asked for this report, I must come forward and state my candid opinion that it is a most valuable medicine." co '1'1 0. (] From JNO. E. UOULSTONE, M.U., Jvnigiiton. "I can confidently state that Chlorodyne is au admirable Sedative and Anti-Spasmodic, having used it in N<;ural^ia, Hvsteria, Asthma, and Consumption, with remarkably favor- able results. It relieved a fit of Asthma in four minutes, where the patient had autferodekMn years in a most distressing manner no previous remedy having had 80 immediate aud beneficial an effect. ] -,< Ac, aA Rent free. on receipt of stamps, by I j\o nome suoiua ue wunout it. DOlU in wituw, waud»u ■*» > Observe  none J. T DAVENPORT, 33, Great UusseU-street, L( 'n O11, I sole manufacturer. Observe nnrHrnlirlv none ?enume without the words "Dr. J. CoIUa Browne's Chlorodyne on the Govcrnmeat ?btamp. ? DENTS TURRET CLOCKS. THE attention of Public Borlies, Gentle- JL men, and others is respectfully requested to the improvements marlc in the construction of clocks suitable forSTABLFS, CHURCHES, and other LARGE BUILDINGS, by the late E. J. Djnt and F. Dent, Clock and Chronometer Makers to the Queen and the late Prince Consort, and Makers of the GREAT CLOCK for the HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, &c. Turret Clocks with Compensation Pendulum, adjusted for variations of temperature, to work the hands of Dials of any size from 1 foot to iWfeefc diameter. DENT, ü1, STKAND (adjoining Coutt's Bank), AND 34 AND 35, ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON. DENT, CHRONOMETER, WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER To the Queen and the late Prince Consort, aud Maker of the Great Clock for the HOUSES uF PARLIAMENT, TNVITES attention to the'-nperiorwurkman- L ship and ete?nce of ,les;gn of his extensive Stock of Watches and Drawing Room Clocks. Ladies' Gold Foreign Watches 7 Guineas. Gentlemen's ditto 10 u Ladies' or Gentlemen's Gold English Lever ttitt( 1c) Strong Silver Lever Watches 0 Gentlemen's Gold Compensatioll Balan^ (littu "*0 Silver (litto (litto 2a MaritteChronometers 3) Gold and Silver Pocket Chronometers, Astronomical, Turret, and Bracket Clocks of every description. An elegaut wssortment of London-made Fine Gold Albert and Guard Chains, kc. DENT, öl, Strand, (adjoining Coutts's Bank); 34 ttii(I 35 Royal Exchange and at the Qlock aull Maiine Compass Factory, Somerset Wharf, Strand. London. NOTICE TO lUVESTOSS. OFFICE FOR PATENTS, 4, TRAFALGAR SQUARE, CHARING CROSS, LONDON. Printed it.struclions (gratis) as to the COST of PATENTS for <ire:it Britain or foreign countries. Advice and assistance in disposing of or working inventions. Branch offices and asencies in every continental state, and in America. Hntablished 80 years. Full information as to expired nr existing patents at home and abretd.—Apply personally or by letter to Messrs. PRINCE & Co., Patent Office, 4, Trafalgar Sq., Charing Cross, London, WXj* CAPT. rGWIRE's PATENT HAMMOCKS. *? These Hummooks are se U -su p port?.n?, and ap;')ttabte to in-door and out-door purposes, bein? alike serviceable in the field, the lawn, the boudoir, or on the yacht. Blest invaluab.e to Officers in the army, Emigrants, and Tourists, as they can be readily adjusted in any situation. Illustrated Prospectuses forwarded on application to the Depot for M'Gwire's Patent Hammocks, 17, Great Portland-street (Oxford-street end), London, W., where the different kinds of Hummocks may be seen. 7 Bank Buildings, Old Jewry London, E.C. Is the Chief Office of the ACCIDENTAL DEATH INSURANCE COMPANY. J. W. ORAM, Secretary. jTLTRAORDINARY CURE OF A COUGH —The following letter has been received:- "Nightingale Hall Edmonton. "DEAll SIR,-I have recently suffered much from most violent cough, proceeding from a tickling in my chest, which no remedy, out of many I resorted to, could allay. My head was constantly aching, and my whole frame entirely shaken. Having seen the good effects of your Balsam of Aniseed in several members of my family, I purchased a small bottle, and when going to bed at night took a teaspoonful in two tablespoonfuls of water, just warm. The effect was immediate; it arrested the tickling in my chesty I slept well, and arose perfectly re- stored in the morning, with the exception of debility' arising from fatigue by incessant coughing for some days previous. My cough entirely left me and has never returned. Having since heard of a lady in the neigh- bourhood who for arlong time had laboured under a most distressing cough, and who had resorted to every remedy within her knowledge, I sent the remainder of the bottle to her; and that long-standing, obstinate, and (as she ?th .u? ?t incurable cough was perfectly cured. I am, my dear Sir, yours very truly. To Mr. Thos. Powell." WM. BOARDS." POWELL'S BALSAM OF ANISEED. For Coughs, Colds, Shortness of Breath, Asthma, Tickling In 1he Throat, and all Pulmonary affections, this medicine will be found invaluable. Prepared and sold by THOMAS POWELL, at 16, Blackfriars' Road, London. Sold by all chemists and medicine vendors in the kingdom; also in Australia, New Zealand, Cape of Good Hope, North and South America, &c. in bottlesat Is IJd; 2s 3d, and lis each. CAUTION.—Observe the words 11 THOMAS POWELL," Black- friars'-road, London, on the Government Stamp, without which it cannot be genuine. 4 Ask for Powell's Balsam of Ani eed. NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE. The greatest and most useful invention of the day, AGUA AMARELLA.- Messrs. JOHN GOSNELL and CO., Three King-court, Lombard-street, London, Perfumers to Her Majesty, respectfully offer to the public this truly marvellous fluid, which gradually restores the human hair to its pristine hue—no matter at what age. The Agua Amarella has none of the properties of dyes; it, on the contrary, is beneficial to the system, and when the hair is once restored, one application per month will keep it in perfect color. Price one guinea; half bottles, 10s. 6d. Testimonials from artistes of the highest order and from individuals of undoubted respectability may be inspected on application. Messrs. J. GOSNELL and Co. have been appointed Perfumers to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. ANY ONE CAN USE THEM. A basin of water is all that is required to produco the most brilliant anu fashionable colours on Silks, Woollens, Cottons, Ribbons, &c. in ten minutes, by the use of JUDSON'S SIMPLE DYES, MAGENTA MAUVE VIOLET GREEN SCARLET BROWN ORANGE I CRIMSON PINK & BLUE I Price 6d, )s 6d, 2s 6d, and 5s per bottle. These Dyes will "Iso be found useful for imparting colour to Feathers, Fibres, Grasses, Seaweed, Ivory, Bone, Wood, Willow Shavings, Paper, also for tinting Photographs and for Illumi- nating. May be had of all chemists in the United Kingdom and Colonies. Wholesale Depot, 19i, Coleman-street, London. AGENTS WANTED. This Tea is imported with (he" leaf not coloured, and com- billes purity with jiM flavour and lasting strepigth. Sold by Chemists, Stationers, and Confectioners in aU parts of the kingdom. Local .Agents. Vvelchpool. JONES & SON, I'nud Street, Carnarvon. WILLIAMS, Bridge Street. Conway. JONES. High Strcct. Rhyl, CROWE. 3, Boiifor Street. FORD'S PECTORAL BALSiM OF HOREOUXD. PREPAHED by Mr. Ford, thf? Patentee. _6_ This celebrated mcdicine still maintains its high position in public estimation. Por the cure of Coughs, Colds, Influenza, and Pulmonary complaints, it remains without a competitor. The well known properties of th^ herb, with the elegance aud extraordinary Balsamic qua- lities of this preparation of it, has secured for the Pector- al Balsam of Horehound the highest and most extensive patronage. llitiucnz" awl common Colds will be found to yield to its benign influence in a few hours and in Asthmatic complaints, of however long standing, allevia- tion and relief will certainly follow the use of it. Mr. Ford respectfully requests purchasers to observe that his signature will be on the outside wrappei to each bottle, and that the name of his sole Wholesale Agent, Mr. Edwards, 07, St Paul's, is engiuved on the Govern- mciit Stittiii). Sold in bottles at Is. 0d., 2s. !)(I., Is. (;(I and 10s. Od. each by most respectable Chemists aud Book. sellers. SxAllCII B LAKUFA CTUHERS TO R.R.H, THE PRHïCES OF WALES. QLESi'lELD pATt;T gTAUCII, USED IX THE ROYAL LAUXDEV. i AND AWARDED THE pmE MEDAL' FOR ITS SUPERIORITY. Sold by an Grocers, Chandlers, Oilmen &c. WOTHBRSPOON & CO., GLASGOW AND LONDON. FIRSTMANUFACTURED 1742 1 OR MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED & TWENTY YEARS. I We guarantee KA. y/the perfect purity of jl this Mustard. J?? ? S? in ,??/ ????/  The attention of the public and of the medical pro. fession is called to this facsimile of a label pieced on the top of all canisters of Keen's Genuine Mustard, which can be purchased of most Family Grocers. KEEN, ROBINSON, BELLVILLE & Co., LONDON. DR. LLOYDS SKIN POWDER, tetificd by Drc,medley tn- iin i"nae"lnl Ot yhoDspsital phpkian" to he the most effectual remedy in nU cases of irritation of the skm (all redness, roughness, pimples, &e., spelH!y removed), M as Mmpfo and moie agreeable than vwlet powder, imparting a de licacy of appearance not attainable by other means. Its pl'cpnmtion 'is confided by Dr. Lloyd solely to J 1. DAVENPORT, 33, Great Russell-street, Blc-msbuiy, d 2s. 0d., an d 4s. (> d London. Sold-in boxes. Is. ld., 2s. (ld., and 4s. (i,l. MEDICAL TESTIMONIALS ACCOMPANY EACH BOX. ruptures. By Her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent. WHITE'S MOO-MAIN LEVER TRUSS REQUIRING no sled Spring rumd the jD? recommended by thc following peculiar- ties and advantages :-l?t, facility or application 2nd, perfect freedom from liability to chafe or excoriate; 3rd, it may be worn with equal comfort in any position of the body, by day or night 4th. it admits of every kind of exercise, without the slightest inconvenience to the wearer, and is perfectly concealed from observation. We do not hesitate to give to this invention our un- qualified approbation, and we strenuously advise the use of it to all those who stand in need of that protection, which they cannot so fully, nor with the same comfort. obtain from any apparatus or truss as from that which VI., have the highest satisfaction in thus recommending."— Church and State Gazette. Recommended by the following eminent Surgeons :— William Ferguson, Esq., F.R.S., Professor of Surgery in King's College, Surgeon to King's College Hospital, &c. C. G. Guthrie, Esq., Surgeon to the Royal Westminster Ophalmic Hospital W. Bowman, Esq., F.R.S., Assist- ant Surgeon to King's College Hospital; T. Gallaway, Esq., Senior Assistant Surgeon to Guy's Hospital; T. Blizard Curling, Esq., F.R.S., Surgeon to the London Hospital; W. J Fisher, Esq, Surgeon-in-Chief to the Metropolitan Police Foroe Aston Key, Esq., Surgeon to Prince Albert; Robert Liston, Esq., F.R.S. James Luke, Esq., Surgeon to the Lond<on Truss Society Eramus Wil. son, Esq., F.R.S., and many others, A descriptive circular may be had by post, and th Truss (which cannot fail to fit) can be forwarded by post on sending the circumference of the body two inches below the hips, to the manufacturer. Mr. WHITE, 228, Piccadily, London. Price of a Single Truss, l(5s., 21s., 20s. 6d., and 31s. 6d. Postage, Is. t) Double.. 31s. Od., 42s., and 52s. 6d. Postage, Is. 8d. Umbilical,, 42s.. and 52s. 6d., Postage, Is. IOd. Post-office orders to be made payable to JOHN WHITE, Post-office, Piccadiuf. NEW PATENT ELASTIC STOCKINGS, KNEE CAPS, &c. The material of which these are made, is recommende by the Faculty, of as being peculiarly ELASTIC and COlIIPRESHIBLE, and THE BEST lNV ENTION forgiving efficient and permanent support in all cases of V EAK. NESS aud swelling of the LEGS, VARICOSE VEINS. SPRAINS, &c. It is porous, light in texture, and inex- pensive and is drawn on like an ordinary Stocldng. Price from 4s. 0d., 7s. (id., 10s. to U'.s. each. Postage, Od. JOHN WHITE, Manufacturer, 228, PICCALLLY LONDON. Specimens may be seen in the Crystal Palace. Conxs and BUNIONS.—A gentleman, nwny years tormented with Corns, will be happy to afford others the information by which he obtained their com- plete removal in a short period, without- pain or any in- convenience. Forward address on a stamped envelope, to W. Goodall, Esq., Epsom, Surrey. LIVERPOOL. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. THE ONLY CONSERVATIVE DAILY NEWSPAPER IN LANCASHIRE. fJIHE DAILY COURIER PRICE ONE PENNY Containing Eight Pages, is a first-class medium for al dasses of Advertisers. The Circulation of the DAILY COURIER has been more than doubled within the last few months, and is still increasing. Publishing Offices, 00, Castle-street, Liverpool where orders are received, asalso by Mr. J. K Douglas, Chronicle Office. Bangor, and by any of the London and Provincial Advertising Agents. r f::j' \Y rJ g n m C i fi V n rS SJd ft g!rå Ilfû gr  PURE, N?RAL C^OURP ?<?W\? ?\\??\??? It is the best and cheapest Tea, Unequalled for Flavour and Strength. in 2oz., 4oz., 8 oz., and lib. Packets, at :18 4d, 4s, and 4s 4d per Ib, AGENTS. RrTHIN-LLOYD, CHEMIST, MARKET PLACE. Carnarvon—Williams, do. Wrexham -Keudrick, Confectioner. Holywell-Jones. Pharmaceutical Chemist. Flint—Hughes, Grocer, &c. Llallduduo-Harman, Herald Office. Llanidloes- E. and R. Hughes, Chemists. Bangor—Williams, do. Bangor-Roberts, Draper. &c. Valuable Agencies stiH vacant. For particulars apply to THE HIMALAYA TEA COMPANY, 37A, St. Mary's Axe, London, E.C. Energetic Agents would apply to THE HIMALAYA TEA COMPANY, 37A, St. MMy's Axe, Londo, B.C.