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TO BE LET, A Genteel RESIDENCE, situate in Church- street, Thomaftywn Mp^thyr Tydfil, well adapted for a rcspectSli family. A annum.âApply to far J*⢠X- Harkx^H tioneer, 143, High-street, Merttyr. COURTLAND COURTLAND' 'T 11 D TO LET, NO. 4 HOUSE in the above Jerrace^^ particulars of rent, apply to Mr. VffiW\ SMITH or to W. HARRIS, &c., 143, High-strfttf, Merthvr. X MOUNT PLEASANT, TROEDYRHIW.) TO El T, THAT compact and genteiel COTTAGE RESIDENCE, with an excellent piare of Garden Ground, now in the Gabriel Williams.âFor particulars of^ren^ccfc/ apply to Mr. H. W. HARRIS, Hwsel^(wnlj 143, High-street, Mertliyr. £ (} y 143, High-street, Nlertbyr. PONTLOTTYN, RHYMNEY IRON WORKS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, (Under an Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors), By Mr. H. W. HARRIS, On FRIDAY, ^9th day of JUNE, 1860, THE -whole of the, STOCK-IN-TRADE of Mr. T. DAVIES, Grocer, consisting of sugars, teas, soap, candles, sctda, starch, blue, mustard, peppers, pickles, currants, conee, cheese, butter, paper, scales and weights, spice, nutmegs, glass bottles, biscuits, washing povuter. tea canisters, and sundry other articIvT t<fir numerous to mention. S /I 0 Sale to commence at Two o'clock^an^L-tye/ whole will be sold without reserve./ fXVj Y Auctioneer's Office, June 25tl^860: 0 y' CEFN UCHA, CEFNCOEDYCYMMER. iTO BE SOLD, BY AUCTION, By Mr. Hjw. HARRIS, On TUESDAY, the prd Jay of JULY, 1860, at the CROSS Keys-Inn^ GJG^coedycymmer, at Eight o'clock in die Eyefing (subject to su± conditions to be tnen prodfccedi\_ r A LL those TM) ffllTTAGES and GARDENS1 tljjgreto belonging, situate near the Unitarian Chapel, Cetn, and now in the Occupation of Richard Jones and William Gibbon, as tenants thereof. LOT 2.âAll those TWO COTTAGES and GARDENS thereto belonging, situate near lot 1, and now in the occupation of Morgan Probert and Thomas Thomas, as tenants thereof. The two lots are held under lease for a term of; 999 years from the 1st day of May, 1780, suWggt to a ground rent of 16s. 6d. only. They produce a rental of £ 11 14s. per^mni||j. For further particulars, apply to/rae A»e-y tioneer, 143, High-street, MerthyiVV X Auctioneer's Office, J uue 20tl^^86vfj 200 WORKMEN'S COTTAGES WANTED At Mountain Ash, in the Parishes of Llan- wonno and A berdare. MESSRS. NIXON & CO. are prepared to grant BUILDING LEASES for 200 WORKMEN'S COTTAGES on their Land, near Navigation and Deep Duffryn Collieries, at moderate ground rents. The Cottages, when built, will be taken by them for a term of years, at a fair rental. Building materials can be obtained from them, if desired, at reasonable prices, and Money will be Advanced by Messrs. Nixon and Co., on mortgage of the said Cottages, at the rate of õ per cent. per annum. 999 years from the 1st day of May, 1780, suWggt to a ground rent of 16s. 6d. only. They produce a rental of £ 11 14s. per^mni||j. For further particulars, apply to/rae A»e-y tioneer, 143, High-street, MerthyiVV X Auctioneer's Office, J uue 20tl^^86vfj 200 WORKMEN'S COTTAGES WANTED At Mountain Ash, in the Parishes of Llan- wonno and A berdare. MESSRS. NIXON & CO. are prepared to grant BUILDING LEASES for 200 WORKMEN'S COTTAGES on their Land, near Navigation and Deep Duffryn Collieries, at moderate ground rents. The Cottages, when built, will be taken by them for a term of years, at a fair rental. Building materials can be obtained from them, if desired, at reasonable prices, and Money will be Advanced by Messrs. Nixon and Co., on mortgage of the said Cottages, at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum. For full particulars, apply to Messrs. NIXON 6 Co., at Navigation Colliery, or at their Offices at Cardiff; or to Messrs. HOLLIER & lIpatTQ^r, Solicitors, Aberdare and Mountain Ashr > Cardiff, March 29th, 1860. y TREDEGAR TO BUILTH. RICHARD JONES'S SPRING VAN starts from Tredegar every Tuesday morati^g, at Five O'clock, Brynmawr at Six orfojfL for Biiilth and Llandrindod, refurnim^oWWlegap'' every Friday, starling from %RKI, Builth, at Six o'clock. Jt^fsajrxMJyrpm Tre- degar to Merthyr every 3ttmrday»wilJfonday. Merthyr to Tredegar THE Public are informed that THOMAS GIBBON, the Mail Carrier between the above places, is permitted to CARRY /PAR- CELS, and which he engages to deUjrer with the greatest carc and punctuality. >lle J«ny £ s > the Coach and Horses, Merthyr,6 f'CTcpkyi the morning, and tlte Cambrian/Jnn, foeae&ar, at 12 o'clock, arriving at Mepnyr at \Jquarter P*st 1. Parcels left at either o £ .thfc^rj<h(ees, or 1Q any house on the road/^ill TO Milan care of and properly delivered. fy MERTHYR & ABERGAVENNY ROYAL MAIL. rj^II E above at Eight o'Clock Tredegar, at a Quarter-past Nine; and arrives in Abergavenny at H^H -past Eleven, in time lor the Twelve, o'clo*^ Tbh-d Class, Tram to Hereford, Shre wsbury^Sieyf rr^md Liverpoo arriving at the latter^uice styfigpt' 0 Clock the same Evening. It ON ITS RETURN, the Mjrfl lep^Uhe/ngel Hotel, Abergavenny at Hffl^pastAjne^'Clock in the Afternoon, (after me anJSfcai ofjme Liver- pool Train); and arrives in Metkhyr^fi a Quarter past Five, in time for the Vale dr Neath, an0 Taff "V ale Trains. To Carpenters, Builders, &e. The Cardiff Depbt oj Prepared Joiners' Work, the Canal Wharf Heist, Cardiff (near the South Wales Railway Station.) JAMES and PRICE have always on hand a largo Stock of the following named GoodsSkirtings, Mouldings, Archi- traves, Cornices, Sash Bars, Door Jambs, Angle Beads, Doors, and Sashes. Per foot. lj-inch Doors, 4-panelled square, framed at 2-inch Doors, moulded both sides. APdlX It-inch Bead, But and Square d. 2-incli 6-panel Doors, mould^a i » both sides. 10 .-0- 1^-inch Sashes and Frames, D#JL S Casings, Baltic Sunk Sills aim/ X Axle l'ullies, prepared to hang f double -Jr 1^-inch do., as above, primed, aim glazed with Crown Glass â 13|d. 7-inch Torus Skirting, lis. per 100 feet run. TO PETER DUEEIN. I The undersigned, hereby express my regret J for having, through an error of my o»n, preferred a charge of Felony against yoiL^vbiali 1 admit to be wholly unfounded, an«^coi«^9h to give compensation for the injuj^^hiitfei hp you to the amount of Twen lyJPmmAywhill/jS'' nave this day paid, including yc^^jpilicjfcps Dated June 7th, 1860. X THOMAS EVAN Watchmaker, Aberdare. WitnessâW. SIMONS, Solicitor, Merthyr. LORD BAG-CAN IMN, 001, MERTHYR^ REES GABE announces to JJisXommercial Friends and the Public that^ne above Inn has every convenience for their/fccoirynodation, and the Goods supplied are aJi ef theQ^erv^st quality. jr 1 (A \jr Horse and Trap kegj/ior SMrn oil rlasonable terms, and Orders fiflrthem hfffjxyf promptly attended to. Jf K O T I Q THIS is to give Notice*'that JAMES FLATTCHER, Mason, of jj«. 38, Yew- street Club Houses, Troedyrhiwf nearltfertli^r Tydfil, will not be responsibL^for AyVfebt/fltat may be contracted by mj/WrifL VMRGVUFET FLATTCHER, from this-djffe June^Mi, 1660. mark y The X! O^FAMES WL^OTTCHER. WitnessâBENJSMIN HAASVOAM. Notice to Shopkeepers bothers. I Hereby give Notice, that whoever trusts my Wife ELIZA, without my authority, I will not pay; and whoever tiikesjjiy Godds from lier without my authority- wUJprosacuVe. GBQ^^HttKS/^ Late of RJfy&ney,\Grocejpf now of E)|)w Valor Dated 20th Jyrfe, 186^. JL/f FRIENDLY BIT OF CHIT-CHAT XJL between Mrs. SCETJBWEH. and Mrs. THRIFTY, about." HARPER TWELVE- TREES' SOAP POWDER." SCRUBWELL. But do you mean to say that you have washed all that lot of clothes before breakfast this morning? THRIFTY. Oh yes, it's easy enough now to get rid of all the slap-aash, steam, and dribbling slops on a washing day in gooa time. I can always make quick work of MY washing by using" Harper Twelvetrees' Soap Powder," and it makes the clothes beautifully clean and white too, I can assure you. I merely boil them 20 minutes, and hang them -up to dry. I have never used anything equal to it, and I have tried all sort3 of things in my Jnnxe. In fact, one reason why I like "Hamper Twe^wtrees' Soap Powder" over other W^shinff/Po«peBf is, be- cause it is soft aiul/foollient tithe^ands, and makes such a^fina nice lather, Beetles, I never »Tub our clothcs, ymd jaju Umo\\Lifow black my Jim's shirts get at-the Fmndryy^ Patentee: HarperTw^otM<5s, "The Works," Three Mills-lane, Bromlev^by-Bow, Londpn. Sold by E. R. Gay, T. Rees, and R. Thomas, druggists, M erthyr Tydfil^ and by grocers and druggists everywhere, in Id. packets, and 6d. and Is. canisters. â NO MORE SICKLY OR ILL-CONDITIONED HOUSES OB OTHEB CATTLE. RAREY'S HORSE AND CATTLE IMPROVING FOOD restores the efficiency, vigour,^eEfHurance, and musj^of ill- conditioned or apparently worair'but lipases, cows, bullocks, calves, sheep, anjr pi^s-. a. short time it improves their apjfearance aM^/alue by 20 to 30 per cent. RA*USY 'M^l7^Regent's Quadrant, London. /In tiif|«to\ aros., at lis.; in casks of about 450 fieedy50sj/c\ about 1000 feeds, £ 5, being l £ d. per feed/ Forwarded on receipt of post-alic.e waders. The casks free of carriage. N I "NI, AGENTS:âMerthyf, Mr. W. Stephens, che- mist, IIigh-street|.Abe^aare, Mr. W. J. Thomas, 'chemist; Neath, Mrr- A. ^raymanj Ebbw Vale, B. A. George, chemist; ^Pontypool, T. Rode- rick, chemist. DU BARRY'S REVALENTA ARA- BICA CHOCOLATE POWDER contains the greatest amount of easily assimilated nourishment fpr strengthening delicate persons, children and infants with weak stpmnch, chest, or nerves, and, at t}ireeperic £ per/me^f affords a delicious breakfast, hinch, fer auppep- It isjhe best dietetic liomcepat^ic anjHnay be eaten either alone or mixed «*â¢l»4)u/Barry's Revalenta Arabica Foo^T' Admimbhr adapted to rear infants with. I^ftin^Als. |d(â¢, lib., 3s.; 21b., 5s. 9d.; 51b.s.#*12SlS?, %Â¥â The 121b. free of carriage oif rccmjfy of n^stofiice order. BARRY DU BARRY andvo., W, Regent-street, London, and mayi»e had through all Grocers and Chemists. â > AGENTS :âAberdare, W. J. Thomas, J. Jones, T.Evans; Abergavenny, J. P. Watkins; Bryn- mawr, O. Meredith; Ebbw Faje, Ji. A. George, chemist; Merthyr, Mrs. M. 'W. White, E. R. Gay, T. Loveridge, Davies and Phillips, grocers, T. W. Goodfellow, grocer, T. H. Willbms, grocer; Pontypridd, C. Bassett; Tredegar, C. Peaty; Ebbw Vale, T. V. Lewis. HENRI'S HORSE D CATTLE FEED. A HENRI'S PATENT CATTLE 'FEED is the most perfect preparation of dav for HORSES, COWS, CA -VES oi SITAEP, as hundreds of Testimonials cStlifvi> >PrifB 42s. per cwt.âHENRI'S PIG MEAKms-jglr cwt> HENRI'S PATENTIIED- Vf HORSE FEED, administered nightly, will qsfficklv re- store Horses that am-eickAir into splendid avid healthy cf/nditloli,ywiinter- fering with their daibr woA M\ stWes where this is used, swollen«gs,^dfi^ Tiafls, or sur- feit never appear. BoxeSf c"itaioftig 56 feeds, 12s. i HENRi'S FEED is the onjy) one patented (1855) and is sold, with a guaranteed ANALYSTS, by HENRI'S PATENT CATTLE FEED COM- PANY, Steam Mills, HULL, the sole manufac- turers, to whom or thvi" duly appointed Agents, orders must be given, and Post Office Orders made payable. London 40, King William-street. Merthyr and Aberdare THOMAS LOVERIDGE, Merthyr. The Greatest Boon of the Age! TEA DOUBLED IN STRENGTH! REDUCED HALF IN PRICE! Sea Sichiess and the, ill effects of Drink prevented and Health insured, by using -IVTAGNUM: PROMOTUM, £ K THE 1V-L INDIAN TEA IMPH^VKWâT^W which alone is simply a refreshingJbevtflkgtT. by the admixture of this INAALU^BLE COMPOUND, is made so strengthening an^noutiattous, Jo bene- ficial to the nerves, thatyffo emi^Snt/r family should be without it. It effectually prevents "sea swings, and not only imparts a rich tasilp and IT ME strength to the Tea, which it Sp resembles as to show no trace of its presence^ but, i acting as a tonic on the stomach, strength's the whole system, rendering it equally de'Su'able to, the man of business or pleasure as to, the most delicate female.. One Penny Packet will last a week in most, families, and will save kalf the Tea. Sold in packets at ty., 3d., (id., and Is. each, with full directions by various trades- men in Pembroke^^Swansea, Cardiü; Newport, Gloucester, Bath, Bristol, IJpcrpool" and Lon- don. V i,. Wholesale orders to be addressed to Mr. WILLIAM: WILLIAMS, GIebeland, Merthyr; Mr. BASSETT, Druggist, Pontypridd; Mr. DAVIS, Drusrglst, Cwmavon; or to Mr. GEORGE MAGGS, Sole Agent to the Manufacturers, 12, Deaiiftreet, PORTLAN^QUARE, BRISTOL. i S'2 SPONGING, Illp" VER, & EVERY DESCRIPTION x OF BATH, MAY BE OBTAINED AT Wo T G-BIFPITHS'S FURNISHING AND .^EJNERA^tllONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. IRON BEDSTJ^DS \^REAT VARIETY. Agent for Price's Patent Cm^-UtltAMd S of A which is undoubtedly the only one capable of resisting the aeeo/nplished Burglar^ispro/cd *by the late disastrous trial at Barnsleyi betiveen Price's and Miltier's Safes.âMe 1'jnrtxley Advertiser, May 5, 1860. t 147, HIGH STREET, OPPOSITE ANGEL HOTEL. EXCURSION EROL^MEIMIYH TO SWANSEA. yru THE MERTHYR TEMPERANCE Socnwr \iqgJfo i/form the inhabitants of ^Mertliyr and the surrounding neighbourhoods that tifey lav^arrpftged to run an EXCURSION TRAIN to SWANSEA on MONDAY, JULY 2nd, JSOflKX \1 The Train will leave Merthyr Stolon at mlr-nan Seven a.m., calling at Abernant, Llwydcoed, and Hirwaun Stations, and returning from dwaiJea at Eight p.m. TICKETS, 2s. EACH. fisUP For further particulars, see Bills. T. REES, :&ESII>ENT DETSTTIST, HIGH STREET (opposite the West of England Bank), MERTHYR, INVITES the Public, and especially thoge afflicted with decayed or defective Teeth, to an exami- nation of the durable and elegant Artificial Mineral Teeth, manufactured by him on the premises in High-street. They are perfect in tVeir resemblance to nature, never wear out or cor- rode, and answer in every respect the purpose of.natural Te<? £ h. Reference is kindly permitted to a large number o^herfrost respectable persons in the neigh- bourhood who have patronized him. I L Rees's Essence for the Toothache, whichjmiduceaAq^Jnstaafaneous cure, is sold in bottles at 6d. and Is. each. » .11 Rees's Tonic Astringent Mouth Lotfrm.y^li\gJrlxCelWnt preparation has been proved, by experience, to be of the greatest benefit for the ffuK OT Vpnjf^y ^ums, tender or relaxed gums; and as a general lotion for rendering the mouth sweet^fd cmiffortaiile, it will be found one of the most pleasant ever employed. Too ersons wearing ArtmciaJ^eeth it is invaluable. Rees's Tooth Poiudet prevents and removes t e formation of tartar, imparts to the Teeth pearly whiteness, gives a deiiglitf.il fragrance to the breath, and entirely prevents the injuriou effects of acid and steel medicines upon the enamel. THOMAS KBICE, ( Opposite the Vale of Neath R^hoay Station), MEETH7E, A "1> ESPECTFULLY announces that jfa iIeT|klNDFG PORTION of liis Xu SUMMEB^TDCilor MANTLES, SHAWLS, MTjfe WOEM FANCY DRESSES, &c., LL BE 0?TER(i<fl) AT GREATLY KEDpCE I ) PJRICES H â III miâ MI, ,|,| THE NATURAL. _,A. L-T C) WIlTBS OF PBA1TCE. r|^HE recent Reduction of Duties on Foreign Wines having placed good and wholesome Wines, .JL at a moderate-pricejmjyUiin the reach of all classes, r= T Z>Q 13^ X 3D a- OB HIGH *-S T, msststs, Begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Merthyr and neighbourhood, that he has just received a large STOCK of well-selected FRENCH, GEIIMAN, SPANISH, and PORTUGUESE WINES, which he feels confident will give satisfaction to those who may favour him with their patronage. FRENCH WINES. l/ SPANISll WINES. Per dozen Quarts. A Per dozen Quarts. Claret 24s., 28s., 30s. Sjapries. 24s., 23s., 36s., 48s. Chablis 2$s., SOSj/oGSjl ^6fsala/^7 24s. Koussillon ,26s., 3fl £ Vf /PORTUGUESE WINES. Old French Port L ^Kov(o 36s., 48s. 60s. Sparkling Burgundy 48?T VUl l^Kto Old 72s. tt- 0 d s.,50, Champagne 40s., 50s. An original Case, containing a Dozen pi ottles of French Wines, composed of the following different sorts, for 24s., carriage free :â Claret. old French Port. Chablis. Sparkling Burgundy. Roussillon. Champagne. B5&T Orders for these Cases, which will give parties an opportunity of trying these French Wines v are respectfully solicited. PROSPECTUS OF A NEW LIBRARY, READING BOOM, & PHILOSOPHIC INSTITUTION. MERTHYR TYDFIL. mHE Managing Committee of the Merthyr Library respectfully beg leave to1 nvite the attention JL of their Fellow-Townsmen, and of the Gentlemen connected with this town and neighbourhood, to a preject which they have for some time past had in contemplation. Literary Institutions are natural developments of the march of civilization and are both the products and instruments of sound social progress. Among these Public Libraries necessarily occupy a prominent position. Such Institutions naturally attract to themselves the most brilliant intelligence, and the more cultivated minds of their respective localities. The members therefore, from the superiority of their mental and moral characters, and from the greater soundness, variety nd extent of their information, naturally become the leaders of thought in their several circles and in an age who<e every movement and agency tends to widen the area of political power, and witen dangers, from crude views and ill-digested knowledge, increase in proportion to the extention of popular influence, it become the bouifden duty of wise a,id thoughtful men to increase the number of such influential and beaeficial agents; to aid and encourage all Institutions that have for thpir object, to purity and elevate the minds of die people at lapefe; to render the best Works in every depnrtment of Science and Art easily accessible to allejtfsses of the community; and to diffuse a knowledge of the most substantial, instructive, and Waiting, literature, of past and present times, among the teeming masses ot populous localities. S Actuate.1 by these motives, and with the ju^fstanc(^)f the Ironmasters and tljeir JMlow- Townsmen, a few zealous persons founded KUTII YKJLTHKin the winter of lS-foV from that time forth tha Institution has not only vrai-t^ineflVts ground but has also beep steadily«ro- gressive and_ self-supporting; its regulsu/^iPmbeV^iWv exc^d one hundred and twenty; \be shelves contain upwards of two thous;u/i volyttae^^f the nrcst approved Works in Science, Art, History, Poetry, Fiction, and Genera}/Liter:iturje\ rnese a>«e all rendered aecesible to tli^. humblest readers at a charge of only Eighte^npence per^iarter/nr rather less than T'nree-half-pence per week; and the Committee have the satisfaction to observe that the value of the Institution is so far appreciated, that from twenty-five to thirty volura<?s are taken out nightly. The leading News- papers of the day and several of the most approved weekly and monthly periodicals are regularly laid upon the Reading Room table. But the usefulness of the Institution is limited by the want of space. Deterred by the failure of more ambitious projects, the original "promoters contented themselves with renting a comparatively small room. This has novj^proved inadequate to the requirements of the Institution, and of their nightly crowds of readers; which occupy all the available space, are insufficient to contain the books already in the Library, and which are steadily increasing in number; for the same reason, they are unable to use a Set of Globes, a fine Telescope, a very good Microscope, and other instruments, the use of which tilev acquired by the amalgamation with them of the George-town Philosophical Society, founded in 1802; and they are unable to display their Maps among which are Ordnance Maps of the Merthyr District, geologically coloured, and a very hand- some Map of America, recently presented by THOMAS FALCONER, ESQ. They have therefore resolved to appeal to their Fellow-Townsmen to assist them in erecting a suitable building for this purpose; and having fructified the talents given to them on a former occa- sion, they are encouraged by the success of their past stewardship to expect a liberal amount of public support. They calculate thatrebout £noo will suffice for the erection of a building suitable for a Library and Reading Room, aftd to form the nucleus of a Museum; and they propose to raise that amount by means of A^JOINT,STOCK COMPANY, under the LIMITED LIABILITY ACT, in Shares ottl each. They believe that the credit of Merthyr itself is involved in this proposal. A far move ambitious project might justifiably claim encouragement from the wealthy inhabitants of so large, populous, and important a^jlace as this; and when several 01 the neighbouring towns, especially.Neatli, Swansea, and Carmarthen, already have noble Institutions of this kind, they feel assured that this appeal will elicit a prompt and a hearty response from the people of Merthyr. The Committee have much pleasure in announcing thnt 11. A. BRUCE, Esq., the Member for the Borough, Miithorised them to put down his name for £ 50 liberal promises have been received from other persons; and the Committee themselves will promote the object to the full extent of their several abilities. JOTIN GRIFFITH, President. TUOS. STEPHENS, Hon. Sec. IPT Applications for Shares to be made to the Honorary Secretary. v- i f -r- ITOTIOE OF ^E3jyCO"V-A.H,. JOHN LEWIS, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, & SILVERSMITH, TREDK^liu RESPECTFULLY informs his kind Patroi^witVt^egenerally that he has REMOVED from Morgan-street to his New PremA<es jm QqEENj|&RB £ T, near the Bank, which he has just Opened with an entirely New Stfrck ofJ-Gold pa^Siver watches, Jewellery, Plate, &c., which will be offered at greatlv reduced aficel! J ir i J. L. returns his sincere thanks fop^aast favors, jurojbegs to solifeit'a continuance of the same. Repairs done on the Demises by experienced Workmen, atjow charges. I WEDDING RINGS AT REDUCED PRICES. i # "YN NAWDD DUW A'I DANGNEF." "Y GWIR YN BRBYN Y BYD." A "DUW ArOlB DAI I." "EISTEDDFOD GENEBLAETHOL pfl^DBABfH CYBIfiD," ABEEDAE, AM ALBAN F lsfa. Testyn y GADAIR,-A WDL AR GENEDYT CYMR?T" S. Gwolt 15 Gini. f Y Tlwsj 5 â PrifDestyn Rhyddiaithol,â" Traithawi^ar Hanes Swyd^ Forganwg, ei Hynodion, ei Phorth- laddoedd,ei Mynyddau, Mwnau,ei Afonydaa'i Masnach yn^yffredinol"Gwobr ay Gini. Ceir Hysbysiad pellach etto/yn ol llaw. T. J. JONES (Cynonwyson), Comotfydd. X Ystafell Cymreigyddion y Carw Coch," Mehefin y 25ain, 1860. PONTYPRIDD DISTRICT HIGHWAYS. TO CONTRACTORS. PERSONS desirous of Contracting for Exca- JL vating, Forming, making Drains, Metalling, and Fencing of a New Head (about 30 chains in length), from Troedyrhiw Old Coliiery to Graig- yn-ys-hir, in the parish of Ystrarlyiodwg, can see the plans and specificatiorfs at lie Surveyor's â â Office, Pontypridd, on ainr aftetlNMnday, June 25th, 1860. i O Tenders to be senj/lo tie tfyjvev^r's Office, addressed to the CbJrman, or Wrorathe 3rd of J uly, 1860, inttrn fow*to%e h<m of tih^ur- veyor, which win be openCT on Jtie 4th of JSly, 1860. ⢠V The successful competitor to give approve security. By order of the Board. JOHN DAY, District Surveyor. /The Board do not bind themselves to accept tljlfe lowest, or any Tender. PONTYPRIDD DISTRICT HIGHWAYS. 1 TO CONTBACTOKS. PERSONS desirous of 'Contracting for the Excavating, Forming, making Drains, and Metalling of a New Road (abouC 2JLchains in length), on the Gellygacr Moujnain, u«r Brva- rliae, in the hamlet of Yscjjijadaftpn, jtanjift of Gellygaer, can see the pknffs*Min(iB)eciMation9 at the Surveyor's OfRcolf on akM aner Jntmday, the 25th of June, 186fic The Surveyor will attend mi the wound at 12 o'clock on Thursday, the 28m of Jftme, 1860, to give any information required. Tenders to be sent to the^Surveyor's Office, addressed to the Chairman, on or before the 3rd of July, 1860, in the form to be had of the Sur- veyor, which will be opened on the 4th of July, 1860. The successful competitor to give approved security. By order of the Board. JOHN DAY, District Surveyor. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest, or any Tender. Prichard's Aromatic We Prichard's Aromatic Steel/Pills A RE successful in all cases o^nf^Cbj/d health, where the vital fluid /nasO^ecomfir dete- riorated, and physical eneivfes wasteckyarta weak- ened. Prepared by W^jric*arJ{. Apothe- .,r cary, 65, Charing Crods, ««ey?it Is. lfd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., amj/lls. be/fiad of Messrs. Smyth, and Reesj diemists, MCrthyr; James, chemist, Dowlais; Thomas, eiieraist, Aberdare; and by order of all medicine vendors. JULY, 1860. Steam Communication between Cork, Car. diff, and Newport, i rpHE COKK STEAM SHIP A J%, A COMPANY'S Screw Steamer PREUSSISCHEll ADLER," 1,000 Tons, Captain BYRNE "DODO," 1,000 Tons, Captain CROFT, or A BITTERN," 800 Tons, Capt. HOLLAND, are intended to ply as under, and afford conveyance for Passengers, Goods, and Cattle, at very moderate rates. FROM CARDIFF AND NEWPORT. Cardiff, Saturday 7th/7. 7 a.m. Cardiff, Saturday 14*n 1 p.m. Newport, Saturday .y/51sti.jbt. 7 a.m. Cardiff, Saturday â â ./â ^>hKl.. 1 p.m. Fiu/5 COTUS.âipr Cardiff, WeilrTesif^ 4 p.m. Cardiff, Wcdn^af,K TiUn. 8 a.m. Newport, WMnesdf^>f<th 3| p.m. Cardiff, Wednesday, -X.25th 8 a.m. To CORK, Best"Cabin, 17s. Od.âDeck, 7s. No Steward's Fee. Horses, Carriages, Live Stock, and Goods for Shipment should be alongside ONE HOUR before the advertised time of Starting. For Freight or Passage, apply at the Company' :1 Office, Cork; or to Messrs. (Wen and Downing Ship Brokers, Cardiff; or, Mr. Jas. Maddockt., -evrport. JULY, 1800. CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. âk ~~7k^ nPHE Caidiff Steam Navi- ~1 JL gation Company's Fast- Sailing Steamer "JENNY JONES," DAVID DAVIES, Commander, is intended to ply between CARDIFF and BRISTOL, with Passengers and Mechandize, during the ensuing month, as under :â FROM BUTE DOCKS,IFKOM BATIIURST BA- CARDIFF. SIN^ BRISTOL. July. July. 2 Monday 3| p.m.! 3 Tuesday 6^ a.m. 4 Wednesday 5 p.m.Thursday.. 7^a a.m. 5 Thursday.. p.rni-^Friday 8\a a.m." 6 Friday 6 JKTFL' 7 Satin^y.. 9 a.m. 9 Monday 74^uiti. 10 T^sifiy 10^ a.m. 11 Wednesday JQ a.m. 12 1' i a.m. 13 Friday ..>1.0i ^n-iljl^turdiJif.. 2 p.m. 16 Monday<. 2 ]T.k. KVuesrfSy 5 p.tp. 18 Wednesday 4* aad. 18 Wjmnesduy 6 p.m. 19 Thursday.. 5* afln.ilO^iursday 6^ p.m. 20 Friday. 5^ p.imijK Saturday 85 a.m. 23 Monday 7i p.n/r24 Tuesday 10.^ a.m. 25 Wednesday 9 a.m.|26 Thursday 12 noon 27 Friday LOF a.m. 28 Saturday p.m. 30 Monday 2i p.m. 131 Tuesday 5^ p.m. To-an*d~Fro from Cardiff, 18th and lOtb. a To-and-fro from Bristol, 5th nod (5th. To-and-fro from Bristol, in conjunction with the ELY, 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 20th, 21st., '23rd, and 24th. Fares After Cabin, 3s.; Fore Cabin, Is. Cut -Furtlici- iiifoi-inatioyi as to freight, ire., may be obtained by applying at the Company's Ottice, Bute Docks, Cardiff; or to John Evered, Clare- street Hall. Manm-street,. Bristol. J5. J. THOMAS, General Superintendent, MR. JOHN PRICE, Wholesale Provokt Factor, 26, WellingtcmjdfrcctQferthwr. Home-cured WeJroBalon oS the^Kest quality at W k thwcet ces. PBIME WELSH ^TTE^BY THE CASE, Always on sale, ^r^easonable prices. STORES :âHancock's Old Stores, High-str eet A TO DRAPERS. hJ > Td BE DISPOSED OF, Vl ^excellent Ready-Money BUSINESS in. the above line, in theJrfGst situation in Dowiflis. The premises ara/najargest and most convenient in the neighimurhoM, whew a re- munerative business baenoctone Jj0f the last 10 years. Satisfactory realsfes foj/fts disposal, and any furthej^arucilfcrs wjjf be given on application Mr.' EVAN^/OONES, Draper, Merthyr. The above is an opportunity that seldom occurs to any Young Man with a moderate capital. To the Chairman, Elected, and Ex- Officio Members of the Board of Guardians of the Merthyr Tydfil TJnion, GENTLEMEN, O INCE-i^uing my Circular Note of the 23rd April, I860, you have decided upon sub- dividing the Merthyr Upper District for the pui poses 01 Vaccination; I have therefore now to solicit youi.vote-sand interest b/my behalf for the appointment of Public Y^ccinator for the Garth and Vaynor District^ After twenty years' mxtctice ok my pro^ssion in this my native towa, it isil tfust, naidless to refer to my qualHrcation/yoV the office; I will only assure you/thatj^f elkcted, I'will devote my best attention to Aisclarspr its important duties to your satisfaction. 1/ I have the honour^ be, Your ojredient Servant, f T. J. DYKE, Member of the Royal of College of Sur- geons, 2nd Nov., 1838; Licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries, 5th V Oct, 1837. ertl^r Tydfil, June 18th, 1860. LOV.ÃRIDG E'S RHEUMATIC PILLS. THE numerous Testimonials received during the past two years have fully proved ana j ustify the Proprietor in recommending them to the Public as the best Remedy for the following Diseases: Ak* ô BEEUMATISMâA CUTE, CHRONIC, AND MUSCULAE < > PAINS IN THE BACK PAINS AND GIDDINESS IN THE HEAD; Bilious COMPLAINTS; CoSfflVElSJSS, ARISING FBO^RLNDIGESTION ^Incyig th(5se recently re^n-ed, are the fbl- ^Il^gli-streetyllfertbfr, 0<jt.J?fl859. SiR^Foi^fifiteen wâ¬eks I wfferlriTrom such violent piiin and jtfmdinessjjil/mvAead that I could not sleejvriight nbjrdayf md at times became almos^istracjEal ireliritjus from the severe pain/1 tried arttnost^very remedyâap- plied leeches and blisWrsy^ut could obtain no relief until I took your Rheumatic Pills, which gave me almost immediate relief, and in a few weeks restored nie to my usual good health. Yours, &c., MARY KEALAN, Confectioner. Mr. Loveridge. Cwm Rose Row, Tredegar. Sir,âMy stomach and head had been bad for many years, and I had tried almost everything until I took your excellent Pills, which have quite cured me. Yours, &c., DANIEL EDWARDS, Mr. Loveridge. Founder. Ynysyfelin, Cwm Taff, June 20,1859. Sir,âI had been bad for three years with pains in my legs and back, and I had tried Taft's Well and several other places, but did not obtain any relief until I took your Rheumatic Pills and IJmve now the pleasure of informing you that I am quite recovered. Yours, &c., M*. Loveridge. DANIEL BEVAN. v Club Houses, Glebeland, Merthyr, â June 26, 1859. Sir,âMy little girl, nine years old, had been a great syferer from pains in her chest and through her limbf, but I am glad to inform you she is now quite well, after taking your valuable PIlls. Yours, &c., DAVID GRIFFITHS. LIST OF AGENTS :-Tredeg-nr, Mr. Crosswell; Aberdare, Mr. Evans; Newbridge and Treforest, Mr. Bassett; Hirwaun, Mr. Sims; Cardiff, Mr. Evans; Dowlais, Mr. Lewis; Swansea, Mr. Glover "Brynmawr, Mr. Jones; Neath, Mr. Hib- bert; Aberaman, Mr. Charles; Aberdare, Mr. Orchard, Mill-street; Abersychan, Mr. Martin. âWholesale Agents, Messrs. Barclay and Son, London. DAVID PEI^Z 'cA Auctioneer, Appraiser, 1 Hmuut and Land A$n £ \jT t Fire and Life Policies EFFI^TED^| advantageous Punctual ATTENDAN^^ IFTYATT^entrusted Private HESIDENCE-GS^OM^-STREET, MerthjT Tydfil. Mr. ABBL S. JONES'S NOTICES. COMMERCIAL STREET, ABERDARE. LONDON WAREHOUSE DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT/^ TO BE LET BY PRIVATE COKTSACT for a term of years, ALL those large and commodious Premises adapted for an extensive Drapery business, the property of Mr. Samuel Lewis, Draper, and now occupied by him, situate in Commercial- street, Aberdare, where he has carried on the above trade for the last l^yeare, and from which he retires to private life/ The premises consist/of a Front Shop, 30 feet by 21 feet, with PMe Glass Windows, and re- plete with the mosr modjrp fixtures and appli- aDiTiS' ? Ro9^' Ha|j|bom, SHtore Room, &c. The dwellma^arf^psislB of^tting room,par- lour, kitehenf ^th eVery other convenience, seven bedrooms, 1A wAehamse and outhouses. Commejfnal-strlH foiVas the principal tbo- roughtawE for^JWlarge ufd fast-increasing popu- LATIOJ^F the tojen, and affords the very best trading chances for/visiting and casual cus- tomers, and the premises advertised are centrally placed, and directly on the main road from the Taff Vale and Vale of Neath Railway Stations, from each of which hundreds of passengers issue forth thrice a day. The whole of the premises are in perfect re- pair, and will be Let to respectable and trades- manlike parties only, at a rent quite moderate in comparison with the present rates charged for premises in the same trade in the same town. For further particulars, apply to ABEL S. JONES, Auctioneer, at his Office, Commercial- street; or to Mr. S. La vis, the proprietor. June 13th, 1860. TOWN OF ABERDARE. -4fr. ABEL S. JONES Will SELL BY AUCTION, on MONDAT; JULY the 9th, 1860, and following days, com- mencing each day at Two o'clock, THE whole of the well-s £ !ecied and useful STOCK ofDRAPERj^anirother GOODS, the property of Mr. S./EWK Commercial- street, Aberdare, who ij^etiring front business. The opportunity is now^jffei^Vo families (which seldom occurs) of fii<rni&hing Themselves with every useful artic^theAVayVfequire in this department, at coj^eni^At^afcd economical prices, inconceivably lower thatfithMe which are gene- rally charged by the trade; The whole of the Stock will be sold without any reserve. The Working Classes are especially invited to attend this sale. street, Aberdare, who ij^etiring front business. The opportunity is now^jffei^Vo families (which seldom occurs) of fii<rni&hing Themselves with every useful artic^theAVayVfequire in this department, at coj^eni^At^afcd economical prices, inconceivably lower thatfithMe which are gene- rally charged by the trade; The whole of the Stock will be sold without any reserve. The Working Classes are especially invited to attend this sale. Auction and Insurance Offices, Commercial-street, June 12th, 1860. CEPN SCHOOL, CLASSICAL & MATHEMATICAL. THIS Institution, established twenty-three years ago, is conducted by the Rev. OWEN EVANS, who begs to infrfm the Public that, owing to extensive alterations ha has made in his house to meet their demand^ MjVill sj»0rtly be enabled to receive^an in^aBl jfumJ^r of Boar- ders, who will treated Witt as inch kindness as will be consfstenfTwUh aheirimprovement. The duties of this listiftitkm will be resumed on the 16th day of JuhY.)r O. E. with pleasure aiQ confidence refers to his numerous old pufms as to character and proficiency. TBBMS Per Quarter. Boarders £ 6 0 0 Day Boarders 2 10 0 Day Pupils l 3 0 Use of the Globes (extra). 0 5 0 GEAITD PIGEON MATCH AT Mr. G. CULLIMOEE'S, Talbot Inn, Tredegar, on TuESDAKJutT 17th. I860. PrizeâA first-rate dojrole-barrelled/Gun, valued at £ 5 5s., the p^ftertv j|f|g Somsmaa. No. 11 bore, 1| oz. shojr; il fiHBWs^or single barrels; 19 ditto dpo^cUiV dipo 100 ditto boundary; threeJErds e)c*] Barber supplies the Birds/find the Trap be laid at Two o'clock precisely. IF YOU WISH TO RESTORB TOUR HEALTH AND INVIGO- RATE YOUR SPIRITS, you cannot do better than take a trip to one or other ot the Welsh Mineral Springs. Before you leave home, send for a copy of Pryse's Handbook to the Brecon- sliire and Radnorshire Mineral Springs, which "contains the History of Llandrindod, Llan- degley, Llanwrtyd, and BuUth Wells, with full directions for using the/waters, by a tho- rougjtily qua ified Medicalr Gentleman topo- graphical, an<jquarian, MKL geological no^Sand exerpts from the writings JBT the mosreminent authors; an HoteKand IMging-Wise Direc- tory; and desleys in nearly all y the principal i<wns/«ifflin a orfcle of 50 miles. The reader/wiU. alsq fmd in its pages much ainusingjrad inwestaig riding for odd leisure hours,Jul of wnpsh fc^alculated to add to the enjoyment and amuarnient of the visitor and tourist. How todovain it:âSend 24 penny stamps to JOHN PRYSE, Mont- gomery, and it will be spnt pojjt free to any address. N.B.âA cheaper Edition may also be had, price Is. 6d., copies of whick are on sale at the TELEGRAPH Office, Merthyr. iMfe HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. THE WONDER OF THE WORLD!âThis great Household Medicine ranks among the leading necessaries of life, as it is well laiown to the world that it cures many complaints other remedies can not reach; this fact is as well estab- lished as that the sun lights the world. Bilious Affections. The quantity and quality of the bile are of vital importance to health. Upon the liver, the gland_ which secretes this fluid, the Pills operate specifically, infallibly rectifying its irregularities, and effectually curing jaundice, bilious remittants, and all the varieties of disease generated by an unnatural condition of the organ. Complaints 0/Females. The functional irreamarities peculiar to the weaker sex, are invarinbly corrected wiroout, pain or inconvenience iVthe w; of Holiday's Pills. They are the safb^t and surest lnomcine for the diseases incidental to fjjmalV: of a« ages. Holloway'sJPills are tYe bestftemedy known in the wxrfld for toefvUowing diseases:â Ague Y\ lrj^uia- Serofula,or Kind's Asthmar K ritiesl' jjvii BiliojlS ComplaijaJfeFevorB ar all landsScre Throats Bl^hcs on the Fits Stone and Gravel Skin tieeondary Symp- Bowcl Complaints HpS^-ache toras Colics Indig-figtion Tic-Douloureux Constipation of tbrtjiflammatton Tumours Bowels f Jaundice Ulcers (tions Consumption Liver ComplaiL. Venereal Affee- Tredegar, on TuESDAKJutT 17th. I860. PrizeâA first-rate dojrole-barrelled/Gun, valued at £ 5 5s., the p^ftertv j|f|g Somsmaa. No. 11 bore, 1| oz. shojr; il fiHBWs^or single barrels; 19 ditto dpo^cUiV dipo 100 ditto boundary; threeJErds e)c*] Barber supplies the Birds/find the Trap be laid at Two o'clock precisely. IF YOU WISH TO RESTORB TOUR HEALTH AND INVIGO- RATE YOUR SPIRITS, you cannot do better than take a trip to one or other ot the Welsh Mineral Springs. Before you leave home, send for a copy of Pryse's Handbook to the Brecon- sliire and Radnorshire Mineral Springs, which "contains the History of Llandrindod, Llan- degley, Llanwrtyd, and BuUth Wells, with full directions for using the/waters, by a tho- rougjtily qua ified Medicalr Gentleman topo- graphical, an<jquarian, MKL geological no^Sand exerpts from the writings JBT the mosreminent authors; an HoteKand IMging-Wise Direc- tory; and descpfmve ittumeys Jt6m nearly all the principal i<wns/«ifflin a orfcle of 50 miles. The reader/wiU. alsq fmd in its pages much ainusingjrad inwestaig riding for odd leisure hours,Jul of wnpsh fc^alculated to add to the enjoyment and amuarnient of the visitor and tourist. How todovain it:âSend 24 penny stamps to JOHN PRYSE, Mont- gomery, and it will be spnt pojjt free to any address. N.B.âA cheaper Edition may also be had, price Is. 6d., copies of whick are on sale at the TELEGRAPH Office, Merthyr. iMfe HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. THE WONDER OF THE WORLD!âThis great Household Medicine ranks among the leading necessaries of life, as it is well laiown to the world that it cures many complaints other remedies can not reach; this fact is as well estab- lished as that the sun lights the world. Bilious Affections. The quantity and quality of the bile are of vital importance to health. Upon the liver, the gland_ which secretes this fluid, the Pills operate specifically, infallibly rectifying its irregularities, and effectually curing jaundice, bilious remittants, and all the varieties of disease generated by an unnatural condition of the organ. Complaints 0/Females. The functional irreamarities peculiar to the weaker sex, are invarinbly corrected wiroout, pain or inconvenience iVthe w; of Holiday's Pills. They are the safb^t and surest lnomcine for the diseases incidental to fjjmalV: of a« ages. Holloway'sJPills are tYe bestftemedy known in the wxrfld for toefvUowing diseases:â Ague Y\ lrj^uia- Serofula,or Kind's Asthmar K ritiesl' jjvii BiliojlS ComplaijaJfeFevorB ar all landsScre Throats Bl^hcs on the Fits Stone and Gravel Skin tieeondary Symp- Bowcl Complaints HpS^-ache toras Colics Indig-figtion Tic-Douloureux Constipation of tbrtjiflammatton Tumours Bowels f Jaundice Ulcers (tions Consumption Liver ComplaiL. Venereal Affee- Debility Lufcbago. "Worms of allkinds Dropsy Piles Weakness, from Dysentery Rheumatism whatever cause Erysypelas Retention of Urine &c., &c. Sold at the Establishment of PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY, 244, Strand, (Dear Temple Bar), London, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilized world, at the following prices:âIs. l^d., 2s. 9d.. Is. 6d., lis., 2"2s., and 33s. each Box. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N .B.âDirections for the guidance of patiettl in- every Hsorder are affixed to each Box.