WOODWARD, Poster, Town Grier, &c., STREET, ABERDARE, ^blic and Tradesmen Q- Rent8 the Largest U1A™NS iD the District, and is 'Aberam n? for PostinS> &c-» in d Hlfwain, Cwmdare, Cwm- 0ttl6r Parte of the District. .J. on Application. o n tracts lIlade per Quarter or Yearly. Id College, Swansea. ",If' FTN PHINCIPAL WILLIAMS, M.A. (Glas. g. B.D. (Edta.) °ol-r *eW' 8^e^r6d situation, healthy 8E^i°us play-ground, well- d tpllli ^parate bed foreach boy Jle discipline strict but iaj .^nng power. Backward puplis :ami ?" oa- Twelve pupils passed nations in 1881. Terms strictly eri s Hotel, Aberdare. } £ ? £ OBDINJfBY at this Hotel On > *u future at One instead of m-e,° clock a&^reviously. j ,r also/informs t e public that iSSr 6 ^PFEE, TEA, and EE- t 'n connection with the "been fitted up with every venience and comfort. SL. OXENHAM, Proprietor. DR. SMITH'S 11 of treatment by the Positive Remedies. ^Ure cf every form of Debil ty and Nervousness. New Wwrk, 11.4 Pages. free by post, in Oil ftcelpt of Three Stamps, to p Postage. tNING AND HELP TO INVALIDS FERiKG FROM DEBILITATING i, A SPECIAL MEDICAL \\ORK ON 8E, SVMnUMS AND TREATMENT, IT^TING AND NERVOUS DISEASE, ii,rti,s POSITIVE REMEDIES. MPHLET gives a LIST OF DEBILlTA — D SPECIAL D-SEASES ANIJ THEIR RKMF.DIES. describes the Causes and Medicines used by the Doctor in ino FOR THIRTY YEARS: It is written ed to enable INVALIDS to form a correct Of thejr diseiise. By the stid oftbis book, )ia diseases caused hy indiscretion will find J'l ti«»n of tbe disease tbey are suffering i,,8tr,,ctiens wh'nh will enable tbe A. v,iu*'> without PERSONALLY CON. Viss AnvVrAL MAN- '^•Tl?, CK INSTRUCTIONS by tlie vUSan<l8 l,a™ h&u Cared of it, ervou» Blushing, t-Hlitv Hyslei ia, Pl.t- Tiiliidity, ln> y*,Cal Be- Self-distrust, of js..j I izzint'SB, he b! Heart, Lore of Solitude, *^ead and Groundless Fears, l Muscular Relaxation, &c., s resulting from ex- p haustion of Nerve '• Power, the etfects of Overtaxed Energies, Enervating llal.its and ac*» ether abuses of tbe irV T System, i*, "l fo«nd everything COUNTRY °nld know t» Set on Health, Strength, )flft r>'k' and avou* the) lifiimitie of Old 868 °f Nervous Debil tj Cured given. thin Invalids' Hand-Book an Cure ot all Diseases. l» in Envelope/ f°r Three 8tampS t0 "ll^f Ca"C* now Ie left a, the Post or» unless in tht tender's own nam* SMITH, 8, BURTON CRESCENT, LONDON, W.C ?r?5t9P CLARKE B 41 PILLS „a *9 cure all-discharges from the ,1 8'ln either sex', acquired or constitu- » and Paina/in the Back. Sold in ren jC » by !$Chemists and Patent th °*« or to any addi ess for fiO U The Lincoln it Midland i X? ^oppany, Lincoln," Consulting ^RCO'11,—Wholesale London, and all the ro FteSISSBH pr2 OWAY'S- OINTM,ENTI ORTANT DISCOVER. Mo More Sufferingil very of this Ointment V- J sands of sufferers; wheu ,nvaIuaMe ring, it* rare Balsamic pi-opertiesAr^1^' ncaT.the Thus it heals inward wounds^nd ulce^ ,v° -OWK1.S OR Wo*IB, strengthena^the SI-IN.^ srvaus weakness and depression, and all diseT°« 'T, I,I^W;S, AN» CHEST. N6 invalid need despair st this Ointment can be abtained. Rheumatism, aftd Neuralgia. C fonnidabla and dreaded diseases, with nocturnal °«s twitching*, muscular cramps, and sciatica, will treated by this Ointntfent. It is most important Ittment be thoroughly and effectually conveyed Pores of the skity to the affected parts, upon its soothing influence to bear, and thus eoB»%rt, and security. The Pills should also be doses to, lessen the inflammation, and to ga, 8ed Breasts, Old Wounds, t1 Tui ic -ions of all kinds. I OjntBient heals, in a remarkable eg « Ulceration, softens the stiff or contracted *R*s "Mb to disappear, and foul and k>ath- d l*cotne converted into healthy healing nt. e«ect» are not temponuy, but are radical and Old Skin Diseases. pi^t* melLfor 111 *seases of the skil», other cutanecm« j:* ^urvy- ringworm, blotches, lable Unguent. ^° ers» aj"e at once eradicated NTR 537 PR2FESS°R HOLLOWAY'S ^lDl « ». lid.. and BOM, and fr" of A»rge, b' SUMMER FASHIONS FOR 1882. ,r' HENRY I« E W I S' S SHOW- BO OMS Are now OPEN with a Choice Selection of all the Latest Novelties in MILLINERY, MANTLES, DRESS & FANCY GOODS, &c., ¡ SUITABLE ^OR ftHE COMING SEASON. 11, Commercial Place, Aberdare. SAN D. White's London Cement,Plaster Paris, Mortar Hair, &c., all of the best quality, at EVAN THoMAS & CO.'S, Ironmongers, and Miner's Lamp Manufacturers, • j J* -E It Mt It Mi -\i-' PRICE N APPLICATION. A LAIiGE AND CAREFULLY-SELECTED STOCK OF SCRAPS, Suitable for SCKEENS, ALBUMS, &c., is now on Sale at the Aberdare Times" 31, Commercial Place, Aberdare. .s. IIBXL' AM op I loinvim 7 )A i-A.,D I COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, INFLUENZA, NIGHT COUGH, &c. See above Tt^de lark on every Bottle, and insist on haying POWELL'S MLSAM OF ANISEED, Sold by all Chemists ft Medicine Yendors throughout the World at 1ltt 4 2/3. STATIONERY & FANCY WAREHOUSE "ABERDARE TIMES" OFFICE, 31, Commercial Place, Aberdare. I JONES & SON, PRIMERS, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, &c, DES1KE to inform tbe PUBLIC that they have in stock a large and varied assortment of PLAIN and FANCY STATION Eli Y anu FANCY GOODS, suitable for PRESENTS &c., to which they invite attention. A IltrrJ" Stock of Musical Instruments, including Concertinas, Flutes, Banjos, Tambourines, Drums Harmonicara, Mouth Organs, &c. The largest and best selected Stock in Town of HOME and FOREIGN MADE TOYS. Dolls in great variety, Chees, Drafts, and Draftboards, Dominoes, Roulette Games, &c. Wnrkboxes, Money Boxes, Fancy Boxes, Rimmel's Soap and Perfumery, Ink and Inkstands, Conversation Cards, &c. Combs and Brushes of the best quality Pipes and Tobacco Pouches, Cigar Cases. Ladies' Bags, Purses, Albums, -&c., &c. ■ ;o: OBSERVE THE ADDRESS— 4 ABElU>AliE TIMES" OFFICE 31, COAIMEliCIAL-PLACE, ABEliDAKE
LLYFItAu, c Y ,Ij tt E: I G. I AR W^ItTIl CAN J-O N E S A 1 M A B, 3 1, C () M M E h C 1 A L-P L A C E ABERDAHE, Priii eyhoeidiedg. Pris cyny f a. d. jEs. d Esbonlad Rurkit ar y Testament Newydd" <1116 lie Eto, vn rhwym 1 10 o Esboniad y Parch Christmas Kvans ar Lyfr Dadguddiad 0 2 6 0 2 0 Geiriadur Diiwinvddol ae Yi>gryibyro\ gaii ) diwtddar Parch J. T.Jones 0 6 0 0 6 6 Hanes y Nef a'r Ddaear, eto •• •• ..0130 0130 Atlnoniaeth Trefn Iachawdwriaeth gan Walker, yn rhwyni .016 010 Corti Duwinyddiaelb Brown, o Haddington .090 070 Pto, yn rhvrym t# 9 0 Gwyi dydioD set Awdlau, Cywydd I, TraetLodtvu, &c., Eisteddfod Llan e.rchymedd •• •• •• •• 0 2 6 010 dodiadau vr Hynaflaid, gan Caledfryo •• ..006 003 Hai^»a&R e*yddi°n, gan J, Wilson .0 6 006 ywyd a Cbyngorion Medoycol H. Jenkins,yr hwn a fu byw 169 o Traethawd^r yfeprVn h T "• a 0 0 1 0 Daearyddiaeth Wrvtfr6! Dr* ° 0 0 1 0 Parhad mewn Grl| eu ° 'eto 0 13 0 flanes Alfred Faw £ &c> eto M ? ? 0 0 Calecism y Parch, fe. Davien p V • J! 0 10 Eto v Parch. W. Diyi^Ri'y dw81a •• •• ..030 020 Ha^Vll.jd Dui wEirtK""id' el° ??? 026 Orataria Mor liberias •• •• *• •• 2 6 o 2 0 Cloiiany Cysegr •• n ± n Traethawd ar Swyddogaeth Barn, a Darfelydd, gao Parch. W. Jones, N cfyn 0 1 6 0 1 6 Eos Cefriog,nsef casgliad o Ber Ganiadau yr enwog Fardd Huw Morris- 0 1 6 0 1 6 gan y Patch. Walter Davtes, lianafon, 2 gyfrol ft 12 n a a Sylwadau P. Williams ar y Bibl 0 6 6 0 3 0 Eto, yn rhwym •• «. » 11 ft«fi Geiriadur Arfonwyson, awdwr Trysorfa yr Athrawon, at wasanaeth yr Ysaol Sabbatbel •• .016 010 Anianyddiaeth bef'yllfa ddyfodel Dr. Dick •• 0 3 6 0 3 0 Cofianty Parch. W. Havard •• ■ • •• -.010 010 Hanes Ninefeh, yn rhwym •• 0 6 0 0 6 6 Eglwys Crist, gaa y Parch. H. Jones, Caerfyrddin ..036 030 Ete, yn Saesneg. Ni ddylni neb fod heb hwn .• •• •• 0 1 o 010 Akddyginiaeth Asifeiliaid flowells, yu Saesneg 0 1 c 0 1 o
The Edinburgh Life Assurance Company Founded in 1823, and Incorporated by Act of Parliament. HEAD OFFICE: 22, GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH. BIRMINGHAM BRANCH 16, BEN;'ETT'S HILL.. LIFE BUSINESS ONLY IS TRANSACTED BY THIS COMPANY. EXPLANATION OF THE EDISBUHGH tlFE ASSURANCE COMPACTS NON FORFE I TUKE SYSTEM ri'l H IS System is 1101 confiutd to atty particular cliss^f Assura"ces. It applies to, all the Ordinary Jl Policies issued by the Company at tull rMtfs, a^well as to P:>lici*a »-f}»'cted by a Fixed Number of Ai)nu:tl Payments (5, 10, 15, 20, or 25), and to tyudowment- Asaurjiie- s payable at a specified age or at death. Policies issued undtr this System pat tietpate frfint their commencement in the Profits of the Company (Polices on the Without Pn.lit" scale alone i xi^-pted), on tbe >quitable plan of distribution followed by this Office. t 2 he benefits of the System are enjoyed front' the outset of each Policy, s<> that whether the Premiums are discontinued alter One, 'Iwo, Three, or a$y other number ot Annual the Policyholder is equally secure of receiving Hn tquivalet-t ltr the money he has paid. The rapid intrcase of Ike Cotnjwt.y'^ business sh ws that the advantages of this System are appreciated i-y the J'ublic 1 he Syst. ru w £ s adopted in its prry nt forrri in the year 1872, and the ioliuwtng Table txl.;bi -to the progress of the New Business transacted by tht Company since that time Aiijkiunt of New Assurances. During Year ending 31sf March, 1872 £ S'-1,100 1873 467.215 „ i„ 1874 550,936 »» /„ 1875 632,482 „ 1H76 6:>6,720 1877 683,002 The Edinbü-r6. P rsurance Life Company's Bonn's System. lItis System is peculiarly favourable to Good Lives. hilt- all Policies on the With Profit" scae gh- re from tht-ir eon:inericeni* nt in the Profitb of the. Company those n Yeung I.ives receiving a fail aud fquitab'e Kfite et Bonus—the Policies which continue lt4og in existence, and so contribute more than otheis to the Surplus t unds, receive the Largef bhare of Profits to which they are eutitled. AGENT FOR AliERDARE: MK. T* L. JONES, "Aberdare Times" Office.
CLEAN!NO DUST, jl vVaV II It is manufactured only from fselerrted.mat*- ll rials of the*BEST QUALITY, and II GOLDMEMLi ro £ r6HEl^VipcKLyp^^tlldnhtriyt II Jfhi. -x- m t> u X^ £
When yo A I ask See that I (g^p3S00^/ yon get it! iMj^ A a bad qualities are often substituted. GHB The Genuine is used by the Laundresses of fP88^^ THE PRINCES OF WALES AND DUCHESS OF EDINBURGH. —— ————— per lb. SINCLAIR S- Th?c„i.. | CROfflR# A OILMEN The Family ( ILL II SA>FE3 TUCE, FTTFX, Wash with- Ttunirt out the misery of A f A "ffT D The Magia a Steamy House. WM f fcn Cleanser I of m FLI—SOAP 4^ for "SINCLAIR'S." A lady writes to The Quten, I recommend it to everr EM housewife; it saves time and material; economises fuel, aa |RR £ the clothes require less rub- liiilifF LIT BINGAND no boiling." JAMES SINCLAIR, Southwark, London,S JB. IRPHE OLDEST IRISH WHIS- 1 "lVTIiTl KEY IN THE MARKET. HA 1M IN THS PUREST AND MOST ■UXXI-' -1-1 WHOLESOME. ==^==^= BOTTLED IN H-MtfUSTOMS T STOICS. STOICS. ONE QCALIYFONLY. for Home JL A Trade &Exafftation.TH K BEST. In case^contftining Two IM- PEJ^AL GAUL >NS each. REEU^QUALITY AND ABSOLUTE V PUBJ^TY are guaranteed by the V PUBJ^TY are guaranteed by the 1 sole shipper?, WHISKEY,>Aues SS' son' J/BAXN WHISKEY MAY BE J/BAXN WHISKEY MAY BE \D,. OBTAINED FROM WINE MER. ) CHANTS EVERYWHERE. SOLE AGENT FOR ABERUARE M. R. DAVID, Rock Brewery. John E. Keipby, PATENTEE AND MANUFACTURER OF STEAM PACKING, SWiKm HEAR pCHESTEB. Squafre Platted Ila&tic Steam Packing FOR PISTON RODS. ^TONS, PUMPS, &c. FRENCH CHALK PACKING, RYOKAULbC PACKING, GLYCEUtlJrE PACKING, R E D L E a\A ° P K PACKING or Man- He les, CylinderCovi rs, Steam Joints. &c. WIRE GAUZE STEAM PACIvlNvI RINGS, And every description of i'ac\ingt ROIT.ND, FQUARE, AND FLAT. San?ules and PRICES on Application. Under the distinguished Patronage of the Biitish Admiralty. The Honourable Corporation of Trinity Hove Lonaon. ESTABLISHED 1864. T ALLAN LINE 8uotsm °irrcsrB To Composed of Twenty First-class Royal M a Steamers. T. SAILING DAYS—From Liverpool, every Tuesday and Thursday, to Canada, and every alternate Tuesday to Halifax and altimore, forwarding passengers on easy terms te all parts of Canada and the United States. Surgeon and Stewardesses provided free for all classes of Passengers. Passengers who secure their Tickets before leaving IK roe are fflft at the Railway Station in Liverpool TY AN AGENT of tbeCompay,n who takes TBEIN UNT" L^EY go on borda the STEAMER The Canadian Government grants ASSISTED PASSAGES\by the ALLAN LINE" to Married Farm Labourers and Female Domeste, Servants. „«•» R» For Rates of Freight or Passage, apply of ALLAN BBOTHIBS & Co., Alexandra Buildings, James-street, Liverpool; or to JONES & SOli, ABERDAKE TIMES Office, Aberdare. SMITH'S PURIFYING PILLS, A 1, ARE A POMTIVR CUKE FOR ALL DISEASES of the Urinary Organs, Recent or Old %tanding; Weakness, Hr.vel, Bllckkbe. and all Diwhargea, ii.M]ind«very 4, Diseare for which M rcury knd Copabia are u«e( to the injury ot the I atient's Conptitut oa After using jrhese fills, the body and nerves aie restored to He»lth tura Vigour So'd in I'oxeg (containing sufficient for the «xre) ptiee 4s. 6d Sixty Stamps n'sy. be sent. May be hfd direct from the Froprie ors on receipt of tbe amount lit Stamps. Sent by post to any address. H. & H. SMITH & Co.'s Positive Remedy Laboratory, 2G, Southampton How, London, W.C. What is your disease—What is your Remedy ? For aLnswer-Read The Invalids' Guide Book of Positive Eclectic Remedies for Eelf-Treatment. Gratis and Post Free to any Part Of t) e World, on receipt of two stamps to prepay postage. INVALIDS GUIDH-BOOK OF POSITIVE -t BFMEDIE? FOR THE CURE OF ALL DISEASES. IVERY HOUSFHOLD, EVtRY MAN \ND WOJdAN J-HOULD POSSESS A COPY. GUIDR-BOOK—gives iri.-tr ct:oD8 for Developing and Stret-jithiug the ilo.iy. How,to Hcgain Lost Health. GCIDK HOOK OF POSITIVB MEDICINES. All Invalids HIIOUI.I ie»<tthe Chapter on General Dise-ises. GUIkE HOOK OF ^OSiriVB RENIEDIPS-The Nervous Pyspeptic will find information for the Cure of their Disease GUII.E-BOOK OF POSITIVE REMEDIES mnst be studied bv those *ho ;liave br.-k n down thi-ir heaitk by Hith Brt s-ure Business tSle, Citv Work, Worry, Over-taxed Energies, Intemperance,*ml L >te Hours. GUIDE-BOOK OF fOsII IVE REMEDIES is the book for Youn^ Men. How H Regain Lo9t Health. GUIDE-BOOK OF ?PO.SHlVE REMEDIES All who wish to see what I>ise'a-e» are brought on by Mooern Lite should read this WorK. GUIDE-BOOK OF/POSITIVE REMEDIES is the book to be studied by Females. Contains a Chapter on Diseases Peculiar to Woman. GUIDE- OOK «'E POSITIVE REMEDIES gires also a L'»t of Diseases reselling from Loss of Vit .l Power. GUIDE- OOK for Dise *• s of Old Age or D*cay of Nature, Nervous 4c. ';L!IDE-KO()Kio Cure Constitutional or Hereditary Diseases Scrofulif; Consumption, 1'iniples, 4c. GUID -BOOK of Meoicinea for Cure of Diseases of Winter Coughs Bronchitis Asthma, 4c. GUIDE-BOOK tines wh..t Medicines will Cure Diseases resulting rora Impure liiood, all Skill Diseases. Jto Self-Teeatwent is Kasy, Sale, aud KHectual by followi Eg the Itules given in this Book. GUIDE-UtX'K of POSITIVE REMEDIES treats on Wasting Diseases, and gives a Positive Remedy for all Diseases. It is a GVIDK-BOOX of Positive Medicines whiih phoiiM be kept in -every hou-e as a Guide to the t:ure of Diseases without the aid of a Medical Max. Send for a fOp, of «ne—Graii*. Two Stamps must be sent to pay the Postage. Alay be had Direct from the Publishers, H. SMITH & Co., Positive Remedy Lnboratory, 26 Southampton Row, London, W.C. AMERICA £ 4 10*.0d. New Line steamer weekly>to New York direct yiwBw aDQ direct tor Boston about every 10 days. For Passage and fuil particulars apply, en- closing stamped directed envelope, to W. C. Thomas, Pusshp-o -broker, 35, Union-street, Liverpool. V N.B.—Passengers also booked to Australia, New Zealand, and all other parts of the world, by Steam and Sailing Ships at lowest rates. PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS. flOOKS & WALKER BEG to announce that they Wive OPENED their STUDIO at 13a, CANON STREET, and trust that, by production of First Class Work combined with Moderate Charges, they will merit a share of patronage and support. Portraits in any stylepf the art from Locket Size to 4 ft. by 3 ft. Oil Paintings on Canvas, Water Colouring,&c. C. D. V's\5s. 6d. pirdos., 3s. half doz. Gems 9 for^7 £ d. NOTEM^E ADDRESS :— FLOOKS & WALKER, I 13a, Canon Street, Aberdare, I Nearly opposite the Welsh Haip Inn. A CERTAIN CURE .-JPOR NERVOUS DEBlpTY. GRATIS, A MEMCAL WORK, SHOWING sufferers how J»ey may be cured and re- cover Health and Vitality, without the aid of Quacks witq Recijfes for purifying the Blood and removing skjfl Affections. Free on receipt of stamp to pikepy postage. Address, Secretary, Institute of Anatomy, Birmingham. Lnrsxxs LOZIVOES, a sofltfiiied linseed tea, laxative and demulcent, 6d.; post jrepf'Jd. Kay Bros., Stockport, and all Chemists. & MONEY.—WHERE AND HOW TO GET IT. m The'Bverlasting Perplexing Question. How to Solve the Mystery. Borrow it ? Yes. But Where ? Net at a Loan "Office whtre business is conducted in such a way that it violates all the Laws of Equity. Where then ? At the IMPERIAL ADVANCE BANK. Why there ? Because business has been carried Qjf at that Etlttib. lishmeot for the past six years in mA honourable and liberal spirit, never in a single instance taking an un- due advantage, :but always treating its numeroas customers with leniency. The Imperial Advance Bark can produce hundreds ot letters from borrowers (whose permission they bafe to do so) expressing gratitude for the liberal treatment they received from this bank; and applicants may rest assured that husi. ness will be carried on in the future as it has been in the past. The stability ot this bank will he at once recognised when applicants are informed that it was built and is tbe1>roperfy of the principal, and is valued at £ 20,000. The Imperial Atijrance Bank has at its command numerous sums, varying ftom jEtO to &1000, ready to be lent to Farmers. Private Householders (Ladies or Gentlemen), Shopkeepers, Car Proprietors, Licensed Victuallers, Cow keepers, Tradesmen, School Pro- prietors, Clergymen, Builders, Warehousemen, Lodg- ing-how-e Keepers, Professional Gentlemen, Clerks holding permanent situations. Persons about entering into Business, and all other responsible persons. The Imperial Advance Bank requires NO SURETIES, but lends to borrowers without requiring their friends' endorsements. Rent. Executions, and Loans paid off, and every kind of temporary accommodation granted without delay, in any part of England and Wales. For further information call at Bank, or apply by letter, stating amoupt required, to L. SIMMONS (Piincipal) 70 & 72, VICTORIA STREET, LIVERPOOL. KAY'S COMPOUND ESSBRC* oF LIHSKEU, a demulcent expectorant for Cougha^id'Cold. Sold by all Chemists. v YORKSHIRE RELISH It is the most delicious sauce That you can have with auy yrfUrse. Taken with soup it huth a dfcrm; d With gravies blending- doef no harm; U_ With cold meat ii a lux rare. To eat cold viands it mjkets you dare. The daintiest dishes nwre delicious; d, And even renders chafae more specious. Every disli it do«s it roye; E'en epicures this s«iee do iove. Of imitations pleajip beware To get the real satice take great care. SOLD EVERYWHEREGd., Is. & 2s. BOTTLES. Sole proprietors, GOODALL, BACKHOUSE & Co., LEEDS. coo kflfV EXCELLENT AND TOR MJ U PALATABLE HOUSEHOLD RECIPES Write to GOODALL, BACKHOUSE & Co., LEEDS, Enclosing a penny stamp for postage, when you will 'be pre- sented with a valuable book of 100 pages, bound in cloth, and fully illustrated. called nOOD THINGS," MADE, SAID, AND DONE FOR EVERY HOME AND HOUSEHOLD. KAleB COMPOFJID* ECSXKCE OF Liirszis, for CoJds and I Coughs. cuies nine cases Out of ten. Sold by all Chemists. M COAGVIurE.-Kay', best ,'Cement for Broken Articles, 6d., Is., 2s. Sold overytt^yt-e. X..y Bros., Stockport. ——3L- DOMINION LDTE. REDUCED FARES.—From LIVERPOOL, every Th UUSDAY. This line hooks Passengers through to all parts of AMERIOA, At Special Low Rates. sloon, itIO 108. Inter- mediate, £ 8; Steerage/ £ 6 6s. ASSISTED PASSAGES are grantedVo Manitoba, the North- West Territcyl and to 11 parts of CANADA. Assisted ocean es to Quebec for Agricultural Labourers, their Families, and Female Domestic Servants, 1:3 per Adult Mechanics, Navvies, General Labourers/and their Fami ies.' E4. For Passage Tickets apply to FLINN, MAIN AND MONTGOMERY, 24, Jamcs-strect, Liverpool; or to their Local Agents. TIC PILLa, a speeiiw in Neura'gia. Faceache, &c^ are sold by all Chemists. ay Bros., Stockport. A Certain Cure for the Neryojsrs & Debilitated. ]I GRATIS, a MEDICAL W^fK, showing sufferers how tbey may be curao a-id recover health and vitality without the ai of Quacks. with recipes for purifying the blood »d removing skin affec- tions also chapters of/Happy Marriages When and Whern to Marry The Temperaments Stam- kiering Vita^Force jfTIow Wasted and How Pre- jerved GalvaMc An^lianccs and the Wonders of the Microscope ljiJ)etecting Various Complaints. Pott free 'or Twc?*stanips. Address, Secretary, Institute of Anatomy, Bir- mingham. TO TT fttr. AD DØ WELL, TAKE BRAGG'SvegetabuKIHMCOAL It ABMWBS all impurities in IM Stomach and Bowels, and thus gives a healthy tonaJS the whole system. Sold in Bottles 3s., 4s. and <K each. OF ALL CHEMISTS. RUAGG'S CHARCOAL BISCUITS ■^CHILDREN LIKEUUM. They speedily eradicate Worms. In Tins Is., 2SRS 4s. each. SOLD BV ALL CHEMISTS. Also BRACCIS CHARCOAL LOZENCES. In Tins U. LJD. AGENTS WANTED to push first-class Lubrica^m^ Oils. Commission 10 to 15 per ceat.—Boat zOl, Post Office, Livetpool. MATTHEWS'S Aroio the many dangerous ■*■■■ II | F and doubtful compounds SOLTLSFR" III I §■- as Toilet Powders; always APT ■ '■■■■■I T SJ for MatUiewsU Prepare* Fuller* ■■■ JK ■ Earth, used inxhe RorafNorseriea, M\ I [OJ and highlv rfcommabded by tbe ■■EMLA | || SOUSE A C., IS, WIOMORE STREE^SHMN. New Clothing for Whitsun. JONES & SONS, THE Aberdare Clothiers, 4- 1Z EG to announce haVing just returned from -^ndonan(iotheg6^rketsandare now pre pared with the most EXCELLENT STOCK of EEAOT^ib CLOTHING Ever offered in Aberdare, for Men and Boys of all ages, at prices lower than any other establish ment iu the town. Remember at JONES & SONS, Canon-street, ABERDARE, 1BE RIGHT THINO IN THE RIG Hi PL A CE. BEE CHAMPS PILLS ARE admitted hy thousands to be worth above a GUINEA A BOX, for bilious and otYVoua Ulcorders such as wind ami pain at the stomach, sick lie.nUcl)e, giddiness, fullness and swelloess a fid men's, dizziness and drowsiuesa cold chills, flushing* of heat, Joss ot appetite, shortness of breath costive- lIess, scurvy, blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep frtshtfut dreams, and all nervotis and tremblina sensations, &c., &c. The first dose will give relief 20 minutes. 20 minutes. This is nu fiction, for they have dene it in th»« sands of cast-s. The Proprietor of these Pills have- sands of cast-s. The Proprietor of these Pills have- ing obtained (at great expense) a patent far them. he I challenges the whole world to produce a medd a equal to them for removiug the above-named cem- plaints, and restoring Hie patient to sound aud lastinc health. Every sufferer is earnestly iavited to try one bo O these Pills, and they willXie acknowledged to be WORTH A UUfNEA A BOX. For females of all agesifcese Pills are Invaluable, aS a few doses of tbera^rry off all gross humours! open all obstructions, a^3 bring about all tha< is re- quired. No female shtfuld be without them. There is no medicine to be fguod to equnl Beecham s Pilte for removing any obrfruction or irregularity of the' system. If taken act ording to the directions given with each box they ill soon restore females of alt ages to sound and Robust health. BeechaxaTs Magic Cough. Pills. n4f « general, 4stlima, Difficulty i° Wreathing, shortness in the Breath. Tightness and Oppressor of the Chest, Wheezinr. c.) these 1 ills stnnd unrivalied; and anyone lahour- the above ceiiiplaints need only try lhPaboLVeCBmPlaints Heed only try « J L' FRWVE thnt they are the best ever offered to the public, Asthmatic and Consumptive Coughs, H<>ars<-ness, and opprdssion of the Chest* J'ffl y„i,,l"e i! >.lreni.?Ve th"Vse,,s,i »f oppression and dimcully <.f Breatbintf, which nightly denrive the patient of rest. They «iv»- alm-st instant relief ami comfort to those afflicted with the above distressing and, when neglecied, dangerous complaints. Let any persons troubled with any nf the above com- plaints givd I-sRECHAM'S COUUH PlLLSatrfal. The most violent Cough will in a short time be fe- moved. Facts are more conclusive than arguments, and ta corvmeut upon such facts as th^ above won Id he siinerfluous. The extraordinary sale ef Beerham'a Pil s prove unmistakably that they are one ofthi best aud safest medicines at the present da, for disease and su kness vull not be f«un,l in a„y hou« aftf-r tnking a few doses of these excellent Pills thpA"T!iW"u3he ?ublic are requested te notice that the wnrds Beecham's Pills, St. Helens "areonTkf Government Stamp affixed to each box if the piUS; if not r.n, they are a forgery. P 1 *» Prepared only, anrl sold wholesale and retai the: pn.prietor, 1. Beecham, Chemist, St. Heleo Lfincashire, in boxes at Is. Ud. and 2s. 9d eaa stamps"84 frt e f'0m tiie proprietor for 11, 15, or Sold b* all DruggW. GHtl Paitnt Jfediciu DtnUr is United Mxgdow. N .8.-Full directions are given with each box. CH LOBOLI 8K« D Corea»t.ozKiro«8, • medical Utueed Cte^s^ilpOSt free( f B' Stock^aSrS .,a c ilik SPECIALLY WRISTBANDS, ABLE FOR SUIT "SHIRT FRUT & The Money Order Bank Limited. Chief Offlco: 10, EmgWilUam-stJeet, London. Registered Office: 4,6eorge-sfrett, Edinburgh. .Ii OEDERS issued singly and in quantities for any sum under £ H at rates varying from 33 to 87 per cent, below those of the Post Office. I hese orders are readily negotiable in all parts at home and abroad/and may be passed from hand to hand as Cash or paid into a Bank or Cashed\ at any of the Offices or Agencies throughoutVhe jLingdom. Agents are now ap- pointed in alStfie larger Towns and Villages. Agent for this District: D. M. RICHARDS. Accountant, 9, Gadlys Terrace, Aberdare. I EIGHT PRIZE MEDALS. SEC EICxHr VltlZE MEDAX8. AW,, ADVABTAOBS. Are entirelr. free from SMELL fSSSSfSilfegggSMjai, Are SS2fji^K?irith?ullI'H09PHO'«r8 KAY'S COMPODNB ESSINCX or I IMISD,-Asthma and Chemists.8 wlievod i.y it. 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