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FOR SALE, ON HIGHLY ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS, SOME NEW AND VERY BEAUTIFUL JPIA. NOFOKTKS Enquire at the Residence of ME. EDWARD LAW RAN CE, Fro/essor of Music and Organist of St. David's Church. ADDRESS :â 6023 2. COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR. STAR AND RAILWAY INN, ABERDARE. WILLIAM DANCE (late Serjeant of Police at TV Mcrthyr), begs to inform his friends and the public that he has taken the Star and Railway Inn, Trap-road, Aberdare (between the Abernant Station and Aberdare), and hopes to secure their patronage. Wines and Spirits of the best quality. 5955 QASSELL'S PURE UNCOLOURED TEAS & CASSELUS COFFEES. CASSELL'S ORIENTAL COFFEE consists of a selection of the finest growths of East India. In the process of roasting and grinding tho full strength and line aroma are preserved, iciulcriusr it equal to the Collee so much prized in ORIENTAL COUNTRIES, THE PERFECTION of COFFEE. Price 2s. per lb. CASSELL'S COFFEES are also supplied at Is. Is. 2d., 1<. 4d., la. 1):1.. Is. Sd" and Is. 10d. per lb., in Canis- ters and air-tight Packasrcs from oue ounce to one pound, by Agents, Grocers, Chemists, Confectioners, &e., throughout the kingdom. CASSELL'S PURE UNCOLOUKED TEAS. CASSELL'S TEAS are pure and free from any faeinff powder or other injurion mutter, the Green :¡,s well as the Mack is the natural colour 0.' the leaf, it has not therefore the bright green hue of ordinary Green Teas, which are faced by the Chinese with mineral powder or other colour- ing matter to give them appearance. By the use of CAssELi/s TBAS real purity and uniform good quality are at all times ensured. CASSELL'S PURE UNCOLOUBBD TEA 2s., 2s. 4d. and 2s. Sd. ncr lb. PUKE UNCOL01:RJ!D TEA, finest qualities, 38., JS. W. and il: per lb. iu Packets of 2 oz. to 3 IIJ. Bold by Agents, Grocers, Chemists, Confectioners, throughout the kingdom. AGENCY.âTo placc CASSELL'S well-known TEAS AWD COFFF.B > within the reach of evciy fam'ly in the kingdom. A genii are required in every neighbour- hood IIOJ yet fully supplied. Fur terms. apply to CA""BLL, SMITH, & Co SO, Fenehurch Street, London. 6049 â< â* "ANCHOR" LINE. L A S G O W TO NEW YORK. The Steamers of this Line are despatched from GLASGOW FOR NEW-YORK EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, (Calling at Moville, Lough Foyle, to Embark Passengers.) FA _.E8 SALOOJT CABIN, 12, 13, 11, AND1 5 OUIXKAS. INTERMEDIATE, Errnrr (.IT-INISAS. I STKERAGE, MX GUINEAS. j moro4'Qliebec Passengers Booked at Lowest Fares to all parts of the United States and Canada. For further particulars app'y to HENDERSON BROTHERS, 30, Foyle-street, Londondeny or 4i), Union-street, Glasgow; or to J. MORG\N, SON, ami Co., Cardiff J. T. MORGAN, 19, Glebeland, Merlhy c Tydfil; or to G. BAKLOW, 17, Well-street, Dowlais, To prevent disappointment, intending Passengers are re commended to obtain Passage Tickets from Local Agents of thu Anchor Line before leaving home. UOoO CARDIFF TO NEW YORK. TVRECT steam COMMUNI- 1 4A CATION BETWEEN THE BRISTOL CHANNEL AND THE VlHrr^3» UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA. The SOUTH WALES ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S New, first-class, full-powered, Clyde built Steamships, GLAMORGAN, 2,500 Tons, 500 h.p.; PEMBROKE, 2,500 Tons, 500 h.p. CARMARTHEN, 3,000 Tons, 000 li.p.l; or other First-class Steamers, will sail regularly between CAR- DIFF aud NEW YOltK, These Steamship are built expressly for thr Trade, and fitted up with all the latest imprrvemcnts for ti e comfort and con- veuience of Cabin amI St.' jrage Passenger Steerago Passen- gers provided with mattresses. A Stewardess carried for the female Emigrants. For further particulars apply to W. J. I'resswc11. ], Castle- street, Merthyr; or to E. <â¢. Price, or Isaac Thomas, 24, Sevmonr-streut, Aberdare; or to Mr. H. A. Lewis, Postmaster, Ebbw Vale or at the Company's Office, 1, Dock Chambers, Carditl. 0051 1 "ALLAN" ROYAL MAIL LINE SHORTEST SEA PASSAGE XO CANADA, AND T11E UNITED ST YTKSâShortest Route io the West. The superb Steam- ships of this Line now riu: ti ect every Tuesday and Thursday from LIVERPOOL, to LIUEBISC, forwarding Passengers to NEW YORK and BOSTON, and to ALL CITISS and TOWNS in CANADA and the UNITED STATUS. FROM LIVERPOOL TO QUEBEC. Phienician, Tuesday, Oct. 14 Circassian, Thursday, â 22 Sarmatiau, Thurs., Oct. 10 Can at'' in, Tuesday, â 28 Nova Scotian, Via St. John's Poly nesian, Thursday 3. Nova Scotian, Via St. John's Poly nesian, Thursday 30 N.F. &, Halifax) Tues Oct il Manitoban, Tuesday, Nov.4 The Mail Steamships for HALIFAX, NORFOLK., and BALTI- MORE, sail as fellows Forwarding Passengers by Rail to all parts of tho Middle Western, South Western and Southern States. Nestorian, Tuesday, Nov. 4 Cabin Passage to Halifax, Portland, Quebec, Boston, New York, Norfolk, Baltimore, or Philadelphia, £ 18 18s. or £ 1:; 15s. according to accommodation, includiIJg Provbions bm not wines or liquors, which can be obtained on board. Return Tickets at reduced Rates. A limited number of intermediate passengers taken in each Steamer, at jfc'J !>s, including Beds, Bedding, and all necessary utensils, dining :1.part from steerage. Applications for berths to be ma.de in advance. Steerage Passage to St. John, Halifax, Portland, Quebec, Boston, New York, Norfolk, or Baltimore, jM (js, including a plentiful supp'y of cooked p'o visions. Steerage Stewardesses are carried by this line io attend IóO the wants of female passengers and children. Baggage talcenfrom the Ocean Stea1lts4ip. to the RaiZfDag Car. Free of Expense. Any information required concerning Canada, can be obtained from .Mr. Dixon, Il, Adam Street, AdelphJ, London, Agent for the Canadian Government. Pamphlets on Canada supplied gratis by our agents. SHORTEST ROUTE to SAN FJKANCISUO, via tho UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. TIII;OI<;RI TICKETS issued on the most favourable terms. For Freight or Passage, apply to A LLAN BROTHERS A CO., Alexandra Buildings, James Street, Liverpool, and 85, Foyle Street, Londonderry. Of to MR. JOHN COPELAND, 124 High Street, Merthyr and Mr. J. T. MORGAN, 19, Gleteland street, Merthyr, COMPANY'S SPECIAL NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS. We advise Passengers to obtain their Tickets from OUT Ageofe« before leaving home. 0052 The best and Cheapest Route for Passengers from the West of England to the United States is by the QREAT WESTERN STEAM-SHIR" LINE BRISTOL AND NEW YORK. FIRST-CLASSâ¢CRE\VESTEA M SHIPS of this Line are intended to SAIL as of this Line are intended to SAIL as follows LADY LYEETT, 2,000 Tons SATURDAY, Nov. 1 ARRAGON, 1,500 Tons SATURDAY, Nov. 8 GREAT WESTERN, 2,OC ) .In November. CORNWALL, 2,000Tons (Building) Cabin Fare to New York, 13 Guineas.âReturn Tickets, 20Guineas. Intermediate 8.? guineas: Steerage 6guineas* including fare from any Railway Station in the West of England and South Wales, to New York, Boston, or Philadelphia.âMattresses provided. The Vessels trf this Line do not call at any Irish port, but proceed direct from Bristol to New York. Passengers may be booked through to all parts of the United States and Canada on very moderate terms. To secure berths Ac., apply to MAR.K WHITWILL and Sox, Grove, Queen-square, Bristol, âor to J. T, Morgan, 19, Glebeland-street, Merthyr Tydfil'; Jolul Morgan, Post-master, Pontypool Harse and Brown Newport. Mon. G. F. Webb and Co., Cardilf M. Jones and Bros-, Swansea; J. Callaway, Mountain Ash C. F. Howard, Greenfield, Llanelly; George F. Price, Church- street, Pontypridd. Passengers are recommended to obtain their Tickets from our Agents before leaving home. Gv5! EMPLOYxMENT IN AMERICA. 1 4 jfo, TDERSONS desiring EMPLOY- JL MENT in the UNITED STAIRS or Canada can learn, on Personal Application, the rate of XVages (which ii. California are very high), Passage Fares, and other official Particulars. Pamphlets, sueulars &c.. tree by post on receipt of two stamps. (,053 AMERICA AS IT IS. A volume of official information upon every part of THE UNITED STATES, Wages, &c., Price Sixpeuce, post iree. Apply to RJlJln & KEIM, United States and Canadian Emi- gration and Banking Agency, 36 Finsbury Circus, London. ALTERATION OF DAYS OF SAILING. CORK, NEWPORT, AND CARDIFF. "CURST-CLASS PASSENGER R"- STEAMERS leave CORK for N EW PORT and CARDIFF, with Goods and Passengers, every Monday, calling at MILFORD, returning from NEWPORT every Wednesday and rom every Thursday until further notice. Fares: â Cabin, 17S. gd Deck, 7s. Cabin Return Ticket available lor one month, ,1 7s. For particulars gee small Bills. AfrEyTS. CardiffâMr E, C. DOWKING, Shipbroker, Bute Docks; NewportâMr, JAMES MADDOCKS. û05;J Corkâ CITY pB CQRX MJt41¡( PACKET COMPANY, LIINI,BD, I UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. C. FULMAN, MERTHYR. Entertaiment to-night (Friday, October 10th), and to-morrow night (Saturday, October 11th). THE ALL E~GT H A N I A N S VOCALISTS AND SWISS BELL-RINGERS, WILL make a Return Visit to MERTIIYR on FRIDAY and SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10th and 11th, 1873, at tha TV DRILL HALL at DOWLAIS on the 13th ABERDARE, the 14th and 15th. Prices of Admission, 2s., Is., and 6d. Doors to open at Half-past Seven to commence at Eight o'clock. 6074 BRISTOL AND WEST OF ENGLAND SOCIETY FOR WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. A PUBLIC MEETING In connection with tls Society 1\11 be held at ZOAR CHAPEL, MERTHYR, (Kindly lent for the occasion), ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1873. HUCIR/S. OX^-A.'W" SHAY Will preside. ivi: IEZ s FAWCETT, Wife of Professor FAWCETF, M P., MISS LILIAS S. ASHWOKTH, Of Bu.th, and others will take part in the proceedings. ADMISSION FREE. Doors to be open at 7.30; Ch" to be taken at 8 o'clock. 6079 SINGER'S SEWING- MACHINES. NEW BRANCH OFFICE FOR MERTHYR TYDFIL. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 103, OXFORD STRLOfGT, S\V ANSEA, RESPECTFULLY intimate that, considering the importance of the town of Merthyr Tydfil as a centre of trade, and the large and rapidly increasing demand for "Singer's Machines" in the district they have OPENED A BRANCH OF THEIR OWN under the management of Mr LUKE OWEN, at No. 1, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, for the sale of their popular Machines, together with every requisite for their proper use. Mr LUKE OWEN pur- poses waiting upon all interested in Sowing Machines forthwith. Intending purchasers will therefore do well to see him personally before settling the puzzling question, \V hat Machine shall I buy?" All communications will receive prompt attention, addressed to THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, No. 1, VICTORfA STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Instructions on the Machine, together with Price Lisfs and Samples of Work Free of Charge. 6020 TYDFIL SCHOOL, MKRTHYLL (Recently conducted by Mr. E. Williams, M.A. deceased). MR. J. J. COPLAND, M.A., RESPECTFULLY announces that he has suc- R ceeded as Principal of the above well-known School, so successfully carried on for many years by the late Mr E. Williams, M.A. The long experience Mr COPLAND has obtained in Bath and elsewhere in important Classical and Com- mercial Schools, and the recommendations with which he is favoured, induce him to believe that in conducting the Tydfil School his experience and undivided atten- tion will ensure him the support and patronage of Heads of Families and Guardians. Mr COPLAND has successfully prepared Put ILS for Matriculation in the London and other L niversities, for Professional and other Examinations, and the expert- ence he has had enables him to ensure for every fupu placed under his care a sound Classical and Com.merclal Education, fitting the career in life intended in each case.. O I I The Domestic arrangements of the heboot aie under the supervision of Mrs COPLAND. Lonroers enjoy the most liberal treatment, and every care is exercised to provide all the comforts of Home. I.. The School was Re-opaned on Monday, ,j.jptein.'cr 22nd, 1873. )0 Terms, Prospectuses, &c., on application. I,( PUBLIC NOTICE. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that I will not hold myself responsible for any Debt that my wife, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, now residing at the Neptune Inn, Dowlais, may contract in my name, as she is not authorized to obtain any goods on my credit. DAVID WILLIAMS, Keeper. No. 50, Branch End, near Middlesborough, October 10th, 1873. 6081 LLETTY SHENKIN COLLIERY. TO SINKERS. rflHE Company solicit TENDERS for sinking their I N ew Pit to the Lower Seams. Specification may be seen by applying to the Manager, Mr L. LLEWELLYN, at the C(..llic. who will receive Tenders in writing up to the 22nd inst., but the lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. Colliery Office, 4th Oct., 1873. 6082 THE ABERTHAW LIME & CEMENT Co., NEWPORT, MON., ARE prepared to supply Best Abertbaw (Blue Lias) Lump and Ground Lime. Best Cement and P' '.ster of Paris in any quantities. WORKS-NEWPORT, MON. H^VD OFFICE 3, GLOUCESTER CHAMBERS, p- SWANSEA. 6011 "FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.Seo Deuteronomy, chap. xii., verse 23. CLARKE'S WORLD FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE. Trade Mark,â"Blood Mixture." THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIEB IiESIOREP SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Blotches, Ulcerated S:>re Leg's, Old Sores, Glandular Swellings, Cancerous Ulcers, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Curur-icles, P.igwornis, Scald Heads, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Set- tS, Diicolourations of the Skin, Humours and Diseases of the Skin of whatever aame or nature, are i;tcrally carried out of the system in a short lime by the use of this world-famed Medicine. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS FP tM ALL PARTS. IMPORTANT ADVICE TO ALL. Cleanse the _L V.tiated blood whenever you ti id its hnonriti es bu-sting through the skin in pupplc- e lptions, or sores cleanse it whea you f .d it obsi v:ted and sluggish in the veins cleanse it when it is foul, pod your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blü.Jd pure, and the health of the system will follow. As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, nml war- ranted free from anything injurious to the most deli- cate constitution of either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its valne. CLARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIX- C TURE is sold in Bottles. 2s 3d each, and in eases, containing six times the quantity, lis caeh-suflicient to etrect a permanent eure in the great majority of long- standing cases.âBY ALL CHEMISTS and P VTENT MEDI- CINE VENDORS throughout the United Kingdom and the world, or sent to any address on receipt of 27 or 132 stamps, by the Proprietor, F. J. CLARKE, Chemist, Apothecaries lTa", Lincoln- Wholesale: All Patent Medicine Houses. 0037 LONDON DEPOT: 150, OXFORD STREET. LOCAL AGENTS Mr L. P. Jones, Ebbw Vale. Mr W. J. While, 128, High street, Merthyr. ELECTRICITY IS-IM PULVERMACHER'S Improved Patent GAL- Jt- VANIC CHAIN BANDS, BELTS, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES, from 2s. and upwards. Reliable evidence in proof of the unrivalled etlicacy of these appliances in Rheumatism, Gout, Neuralgia, Deafness, Head and Tooth Ache, Paralysis, Liver Com- plaints, Cramps, Spasms, Nervous Debility, Functional Disorders, &c., is given in the pamphlet, "Nature's Chief Restorer of Impaired Vital Energy," post free price Gd or Medieal Electricity its Use and Abuse post free for three stamps. Apply at PULVERMACHER'S Galvanic Establishment, 194, Regent Street, London, W. or at Mr. Joy's, or Mr. Hayman's, Agents for Ncath, where Pamphlet and full Price List can be obtained, post free. GOSS CONSUMPTION AND SCROFULA. TO Avoid and Cure them, address, enclosing seven stamps, to JOSH. D. PHILLIPS, [6014 5, LOVELL's-COURT, PATERNOSTER ROW, Lojvjon, E.C BIL L P O S TIN G IN MERTHYR. CHRISTOPHER PULMAN, BILL-POSTER & TOWN C CRIER, 17, Victoria-street, Merthyr, undertakes Bill-posting and Distributing throughout the town and neighbourhood. (;0o0 All Orders by Post or otherwise carefully attended to. TO THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED. Just published for two stamps. HOW TO ENSURE HEALTH. By Dr. BARNES, M.D. (U.S.) A TREATISE on the LAWS GOVERNING LIFE, and the CAUSES, Sl AiPTOMS, and TREAT- MENT of all Diseases depending on Exhaustion of Nervous Vitality, such as Nervous Debility, Mental and Physical De- pression, Palpitation of the Heart, Noises ia the Head and Ears, Indecision, Impaired Sight and Memory, Indigestion, Prostration, Lassitude, Depression of Spirits, Loss of Energy and Appetite, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Timidity, Self- Distrust, Dizziness, Love of Solitude, Groundless Fears, and many other ailments which, if neglected, bring the sufferers to an early Death. Together with Hints on Chronic Rheuma- tism, Gout, Neuralgia, Epilepsy. Hysteria, and all diseases of the nervous and alimentary system. The Appendix to this valuable work contains many useful PRESCRIPTIONS for the alleviation of suffering and the cure of minor disorders, with full instructions for their prepara- tion and use. Contains also some friendly advice on Hygiene, or the WAY TO PRESERVE HEALTH. Illustrated by numerous testimonials from grateful patients who have been restored to health through the author's instru- mentality. Sent post free for 2 stamps or by letter post 3 stamps. SST Address, Dr. J. A. BARNES, 48, Lonsdale-square Barns- bury, London, N, 6059 I | ECONOMY OF FUEL. T^HE "GALLOWAY" CONICAL TUBES are J. now being extensively introduced into existing1 Boilers, and elTeet a sa ng of from 15 to 25 per centâFor £ v« T l)nnieillar8, apply to W. and J- GALLOWAY and Manchester:"00⢠° er Makers> Knot Mi" Ironworks, stren^n if'000 ?â theRe lbes *ow use; they strengthen the flues and improve the water circulation. TO STEAM BOILER USERS. SAVE 20 PER CENT. OF FUEL by fixin" "GAJJLOWAY TUBES in BOILER FLUES" Extracts from letters received. J.ROM TFDM.UIFD CI-TTEH WORTH and SoNs, Saddle worth.â "iiiee the aiteration, the production of steam in the same oodcr has not ouly been larger, but much more ree1 oar, and we can safely nay v-ith at least 20 per cent less fuel." From RonT. OXTORY and SON, Iltill. The saving in coal o us in pretty near one third. We shall have great pleasure in 'ecommending them to others." From the SAMPSON MANTFACTOBT, St. Pe.crsburgh.â" We have mca*; ed the quantity of water carefu 'y, and made three n.i :⢠and t ie result iH, that the bo"er is one third more powerful than it was before putting in the Galloway Tubes." Further information can be obtained by application to W. and J. GALLOW A\ and SONS, Eng leers, MAXCHE.STEB. 6080 HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. WANTEDâA HOUSEKEEPER in a Branch f'jstiiblishment, where no other servant is kept. Apply to Mr WM. HARRJS, 144, High-street, Merthyr Tydti'. 6087 TUITION. WANTED A Gentleman to attend daily one mile out of Merthyr, to give Latin lessons to chil- .)ren -Af.ply, by letter, to A.G., Telegraph Office, Merthyr. 6088 TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WANTEDâA respectable youth an AP- PRENTICE to the General Drapery business. -Apply to Mr E. MEI^DITH, Waterloo House, Mer- thyr Tydfil. 60g9 VIENNA EXHIBITION. HIGHEST MEDAL AWARDED i. -fL TO MESSRS. A, B. FLEMING & Co., MANUFACTURERS OF THE VECrETABJ1] MACHINERY OIL. 3s 6d. per Gallon. REFINERIES NEAR EDINBURGH. Contractors to H.M. Gove, iment. East and West Inf "a Docks, and the principal Shipbuilders r kd Eng' (eers i the kingdom. 6086

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