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WINTER FASHIONS. No. 9, PIER STREET, & No. 1, LITTLE DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. HUGH DAVIES BEGS to announce that his STOCK OF NEW GOODS for the Winter Season is -D now complete, and includes every KOVELTY of Style and Texture for Ladies and Gentlemen's wear. A large Stock of Family Mourning* Funerals Furnished. Agent for Nicoll's Ready-made Clothing.-The Guinea Waterproof Cloak. Flannels, Calicoes, Tweeds, Blankets, &c., for Charities. G. T. SMITH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT DEALER, 24, GREAT DARK-GATE STREET. BASS AND CO'S PALE AND MILD BURTON ALES, GUINNESS AND CO'S CELEBRATED DUBLIN STOUT, In Cask and Bottle, at the same prices as at the Breweries. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE CHOICEST QUALITIES. VERY SUPERIOR PALE DRY SHERRY AT 36s. 40s. 48s. & 54s. PER DOZEN. MOET AND CHAN DON'S CHAMPAGNE. PORTS OF VARIOUS VINTAGES AT PRICES RANGING FROM 86s. to 84s. CLARETS 20s. AND 36s. PER DOZEN. G. T. S MITH, WINE MERCHANT AND AUCTIONEER, 24, GREAT DARK-GATE STREET. ROWLANDS & SON'S, WREXHAM, BEER STORES. MESSRS. R. & SON have appointed T. CORBETT, Spirit Vaults, Princess Street, "LT-L Aberystwyth, as Agent for the Sale of their Beer. In soliciting orders, T. C. gnarantees that quality and price shall not be surpassed. T. C., in returning thanks for past favors, and soliciting future support, beg to call attention to his superior Stock of WINES and SPIRITS. 7-. —-L— ■■Mil '■ggjg| B if B DISORDERS OF THE STOMACH 8 Are the sources of the deadliest maladies. The Pills in such disorders cleanse j H the bowels, regulate the liver, bring the relaxed or irritated stomach into a n I natural and healthful condition. Changing sickness into health and strength. | ■ -A-lXalMIIEIIsrT'S OF FEMALES. || ■ At the two epochs in life the system undergoes the most critical changes, th0 || H Pills then become priceless in disorders to which the sex is liable and at 1 B the turn of life are a sure safeguard against evil and dangerous consequences. 1 I THE BEST REMEDY "KUOWliT FOU 1 ■ Asthma. Debiln v Influenza. Stone and Gravel g ffi Bilious Complaints Dianbrefv Liver Complaints. Secondy. Symptoms S I Blotches on the Skin. Female irregularities. Piles. Weakness from what- g | Constipation of the liowels Indigestion. Retention of Urme ever cause g 1 Sold, with full directions, at the manufy. of Professor HOLLOWAY, 244, Strand, K 1 London, and by all Dealers in Medicine, in boxes at Is. l^d., 2s. 9d., 4s.6d., g H lis., 22s., and 33s. Ihere is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. || mammi'm1 iii11111 iii ii i11 ^186 7. 1867. THE NEW YEAR'S TEAS. THE NEW RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE, OPPOSITE THE TERMINUS, ABERYSTWYTH. JOHN JAKIES, Proprietor. WILLIART THOMAS, Manager. 'PHE Proprietor of the above Establishment is happy to announce that he has just received his NEW YEAR'S STOCK OF TEAS, which are of remarkable purity and excellence perhaps there is no article of consumption that requires a greater nicety of judgment than the selection of TEA, and that judgment can only be acquired by a practical and intimate connection with the great Importing Houses in the Metropolis. The Proprietor begs to state that his judgment in the selection of Tea is accurate and mature; and the High Class Teas he has brought into Wales will be found very different in quality to those sold by mere Grocers. These words are not written with any feeling of dis- respect, but only as a matter of Fact. When, therefore, the Propritor says that his Teas will be found superior and of a better quality than usually to be met with in the Trade, he is merely recording a Fact, and all who really wish to partake of First Class Article in Tea, will do well to realize that Fact by purchasing a sample at the above well stocked Tea Establishment. The New Year's Stock of Teas are now on Sale. TO BUILDERS ,& OTH:E:RS. Aberystwyth and Bronygof Brick, Tile, and Pipe Company, Limited. ^CC-> supplied on the shortest notice^fron^ the Company's Tard, Orders received at the Manager's Office, Queen's Road, And at Mr. D. H. Davies, Office, Railway Station, Abervstwvth. COMPANIES' ACT, 1862. The Welsh Colonising & General Trading Co., LIMITED- (CWMNI YMFUDOL A MASNACHOL Y WLAOVA GYMREIG GYFYNGEDIG.) CAPITAL, 4,50,000 IN 5.000 SHARES OF £10 EACH. DIRECTORS. DIRECTORS. CAPAhen^wyih,D(C^ai^mai^Yl>E' Ship Owner, North Parade, MR. GRIFFITH WILLIAM THOMAS, Accountant, 7, Abbey SEOW&WUR »*» A«»«. u. s,. W„ta,SB s«,T, BANKERS:-THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BAXK OF EXGLAXD. TRAVELLING SECRETARY _MR DAVID LLOYD JONES, Festiniog. CENTRAL SECRETARY :-MR. THOMAS CADIVOR WOOD, 24, St. Werburgh Street, Chester. Welsifrn'i'0ni'?arl3j'f estal)l'stlef' to charter, Pur^^n°/g«n^d[1SalJ'Ps for the conveyance of passengers and goods to and from the eish Colony, and for ihe transaction of general business wun auy port in thg hoc infor^?™tU8eVAruCles of ABB0ciati0n. Forms of ^PPi!C^,10w0f°' |^ar„es. the Letters received from the Colony, and every ""ormation, may be had from the Central Secretary, Mr. T. C. WOOD, 24, St. Werburgh Street, Cheater. JOHN KNIGHT'S PRIMROSE SOAP. many advantages attending the opening of Rajlway Tea Warehouse, and Sons' w i!«ast is the Proprietor's obtaining the exclusive priv ge of selling John Knight Thie nn?-i 1amed Primrose and other description of Soaps. betwppn thp piege.wi11 not be awarded to any other tradesman in Aberystwyth, by agreement °pnetor and this old established and distinguished Firm. and Sons' Primrose Soap, 5d., or 4^d. by the Bar. nT ^n'&ht and Sons' Fine Pale Soap, 4|d., or 4d. by the .bar. 2 T Knight and Sons' Pale Soap, 4d., or 3fd. by the Bar. ■TO* XL Kn'8ht and Sons' Best Mottled, 4|d-, or 4d. by the Bar. 2 Observe the name on each Bar,-JOHN KNIGHT & SONS. RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE, North Parade, Aberystwyth. JOHN JAMES, PROPRIETOR. WILLIAM THOMAS, MANAGER. T. BUBB, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, PAINTER, AND HOUSE DECORATOR, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS respectfully to intimate that at the insti- JD gation of several resident gentry to set up here in the above line, he has taken to the business of the late Mr. John Williams, Portland Street; and hopes, by strict attention to all orders he may be favoured with, combined with very moderate charges, to merit public patronage and support. Rufford's Baths; Closets and Urinals of various descriptions, suitable for gentlemen's houses. A large stock of Paper Hangings. 200 Gold and Silver Watches to select from, At lVo. 7, PIER STREET, Aberystwith. J. TRUSCOTT, 8atcbmaltn, OPTICIAN, ETC. Established, 1848. Gentlemen's Patent Lever Watches, In £ I. d. jC I. d. strong Gold Cases, from 1010 Oto25 0 0 Ladie,, ditto ditto, from 1010 Oto20 0 0 Patent Silver Cases,from 4 4 0 to 10 10 0 Flat Horizontal Watches,ditto,from. 2 2 0 to 310 0 Warranted to perform correctly, & a Twelvemonth's trial given. The most complicated Watches repaired and ad- justed. Watch Glasses of every size and description fitted immediately. 0- Gold Chains, Wedding BinQsJ and Plate sold according to weight. SWEEP YOUR CHIMNEYS! DAVID JENKIN JONES, OF 11, QUEEN STREET, BEGS to return bis best thanks to his friends and supporters for the patronage so largely be- stowed upon him. He also begs to inform the public generally, that he has engaged the services of an EXPERIENCED CHIMNEY SWEEP, who will always be ready at a moments' notice to execute any orders sent to the above address. CANDLES. Field's Patent Self-fitting Candles, From Is. per lb. upwards, in all sizes. SAFE, CLEANLY, AND ECONOMICAL, No paper or scraping required. Field's Prize Medal "Paraffine" Candles, (the original) Is. Sd. per lb. FIELD'S MARBLE SPERM, (Registered) Is. per lb. J. C. & J. FIELD, UPPER MARSH, LAMBETH Sold by all Dealers in Candles. AGENT. Itb ND*E VA NS, Family Grocer and Italian Warehouseman, 35, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. DELICATE and CLEAR COMPLEXIONS. With a Delightful and Lasting Fragrance, by using THE CELEBRATED UNITED SERVICE SOAP TABLETS, 4d. and 6d. each. Manufactured by J. C. & J. FIELD, UPPER MARSH, LAMBETH. Order of your Chemist, Grocer, or Chandler. MARBLE AND STONE WORKS, SWAN HILL, SHREWSBURY. B.. DODSON RESPECTFULLY begs to intimate that the IIZ Show Rooms contain a large collection of Garble, Stone, &. Enamelled Slate Chimney Fl6C6Sf Marble &. Stone Mural Monuments Cemetery &. Churchyard Memorials Fonts Fountains, Vases, Designs forwarded for inspection; and commu- nications by letter will receive immediate attention. TALBOT WINS &. SPIRIT VAULTS MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWITH. JR. JONES begs most respectfully to inform • the Inhabitants of Aberystwyth and the Public generally that he has laid in an extensive Stock of WINES & SPIRITS, of the very finest qualitv, di- rect out of bond Also, a large supply of BURTON EAST INDIA PALE ALE; GUINNESS & Co'« EXTRA STOUT PORTER in Casks, Bottled, or on Draft; also, FRENCH WINES, at the reduced duties, at the very lowest prices. If your Hair is weak or falling off, try LEWTON'S CELEBRATED BOTANIC HAIR WASH, TESTIMONIALS from all parts of the world. T Prepared only by EDWARD LEWTON Hair Cutter and Perfumer to His Royal Hio-hness Prince Arthur, and His Imperial Highness Prince Lucien Buonaparte. No. 15, Pier Street, Aberystwith. IFEST" Ai4 EXTENSIVE STOCK OF PRIME CIGARS. FANCY Toys, &C. TEETH! TEETH:: M3o W&JBM89 DENTIST, (LATE OF LONDON",) 24, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH, ARTIFICIAL TEETH, of surpassing beauty, from one to a complete set, without extracting the roots, or giving any pain, incapable of dis- colouration or corrosion, and fixed without having any fastings seen, which renders it impossible to distinguish the artificial from the natural Teeth. Single Tooth from 5s. Sets from 51. 5s. All operations appertaining to Dentistry per- formed with great care and skill. Terms most moderate. Consultation free. Mr. J. E. presents his compliments to the inha- bitants of the above-njimed town and its vicinity hoping to have the favour of their patronage, which will be greatly esteemed. TRY POOLE'S BREAD! 26, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, (Opposite the National Provincial Rank,) WARRANTED Genuine, and stamped "Poole" on the top of every Loaf. H. POOLE also professes to srll Goods of every de- scription in PASTRY, of the very best quality,—viz., SEED, GERMAN FRUIT, and other CAKES, in great variety if not on hand, will be made on the shortest notice. Also, SOUPS, JELLIES, CUSTARDS, BLANC MANGE, PIES, TARTS, PUDDINGS, &c., suited for invalids and others, to order: British Wines-Lemonade-Soda Water-Sherbet- Ginger Beer, frc. Sfc. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MR. INGLIS BERVON, ORGANIST OF ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, BEGS to inform the Public that he has RE- MOVED from 13, Pier Street, to his Private Residence, 23, Portland Street, during the Winter Months, where the business will be carried on as usual. New Music half price.—Pianofortes Tuned, Sfc.— Pianofortes for Hire. Teacher of the Organ, Pianoforte, and Singing. NO. a3, PORTLAND STREET. A CARD. MR. MURPHY, Surgeon Dlftlst, 5, King-street, Aberystwyth. S. ALLSOPP & SON. G CARES WELL, Agent for Aberystwyth, has « now on hand a supply of Mild and Bitter Ales. Office, 9, Portland-street, Aberystwyth. Just Published, Price One Penny, JENKINS'S HOUSEHOLD ALMANACK, AND YEAR-BOOK OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE For 1867, CONTAINS the rising and setting of the Sun and CONTAINS the rising and setting of the Sun and Moon a copious Calendar; Postage Rates Law Terms; Tables of Stamps and Taxes; Eclip- ses Notes to the Calendar, &c.; Golden Gleanings, with Plain Meanings; a few Hints on Fault- Finding on the Early Teaching of Children to those who look on the Dark Side Wisdom does not always speak in Greek and Latin;" "Hopes and Fears chequer Human Life;" a good Woman, and her Influence "The Life of Men rests largely on Trifles;" Life is not to Live, but to be Well;" and much other valuable and important matter. ABERYSTWYTH Published by D. JENKINS, 8, Pier Street. MOCHO HOUSE, 12, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Established 1836. JOHN MORGAN, r..a.PIDAB. Y &. JEWELMR, PEBBLES CUT & POLISHED. All kinds of Jewellery made and repaired on the shortest notice- fQf" The utmost value given for old gold and silver. TEAS. THE Excellent TEAS of the CHINA TEA COM- PANT, DUBLIN, (Established, 1834,) made up in sealed packages, can be had of their authorized Agents throughout the United Kingdom. Agent for Aberystwith-D. JENKINS, 8, Pier St, notice* IT is particularly requested that all Accounts due to MRS. MARY ELLIS & SONS, Ironfoun- ders, of this town, up to the 31st Majf last, may be paid forthwith, as, on account of special business ar- rangements, all debts owing to the firm that time cannot be allowed to remain unsettled any longer. ESTABLISHED 1854. 13, Great Dark-gate Street Aberyttruith DAVID THOMAS, vatch and Clock Maker, The most Improved Watches and Clocks ai very reduced prices. A twelvemonth's trial given if required. Watches & Clocks cleaned and repaired on the shortest notice. COLD WEDDING RINGS. LONDON SOCIETY. RICHLY ILLUSTRATED. PRICE Is. MONTHLY PROGRAMME FOR 1867. New Novel by the Author of" Dennis Donne" "Sir Victor's Choice," Walter Goring," etc. In the January Number will commence, to be con- tinued throughout the year, PLAYING FOB HIGH STAKES. By Miss ANNIE THOMAS. With Illustrations. THE TWOPENNY PHILOSOPHER. By A. HALLIDAY, Author of' Every-Day Papers,' etc. These papers will appear Monthly in the course of 1867. 1 Love in a Cottage I 8 The Art of Conver- 2 The Cultivation of sation. Love. 9 Flirtation. 3 Bachelor's Buttons. 10 Hands and Gloves. 4' A Path of Roses. 11 Heroes to the Valetde 5 A Bed of Thorns. Chambre. 6 Grand-jDinners. After-Dinner Ora- 7 The Luxury of Ele- tory. gance. SKETCHES FROM THE BENCH AND THE BAR, SKETCHES FROM THE BENCH AND THE BAR, Biographical and Anecdotal. Accompanied by Portraits. The Sketches will appear throughout the year, and will include Sir A. Cockburn Lord Chelmsford Lord Westbury Lord Justice Knight Bruce The Lord Chief Baron (late) Lord Chief Justice Erie Sir F. Kelly Mr. Justice Byles Sir James Wilde Mr. Justice Willes Baron Martin Baron Bramwell Mr. Justice Blackburn Sir R. Palmer Sir Hugh Cairns Mr. Rolt; Lord Advocate (late) Moncrief: The Queen's Advocate Mr. Justice Shee Solicitor General (late) Sir H- jollier Mr. Edward James Sir W. Bovill Mr. Hellish Mr. Coleridge: Mr. Karslake Mr. Vernon Harcourt; Mr. Montagu Chambers; Mr. Hawkins Mr. Huddlestone; Mr. Giffard Mr. Serjeant Hayes Mr.-Joseph Brown Mr. Thomas Jones Mr. Serjeant Ballantine; Mr. Serjeant Parry. ANECDOTE AND GOSSIP ABOCT CLUBS. In Four Parts. By ±rank Seafield, M A., Author of The Literature and Curiosities of Dreams." RECOLLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR, and a Series of JLt Papeis. By Jack Easel, Esquire." Illus- trated by G. Du Maurier. I WISH CARICATURE. Notes on the Masters of J Humoristic Art,in England, j With Illustrations drawn from the salIent points of famous Caricatures. (Several Papers and numerous Illustrations.) XTISITS TO A COUNTRY HOUSE, and other Social V Sketches. By Tom Slender. RPIIE OLD LONDON HOSTELRIES, and the Men who a ™-Ujn ^emo:~La Belle Sauvage and the Pretty Widow The Saracen's Head Jack Straw's Castle etc., etc. LONDON MEN A Series of Character Portraits. 1. Mr. Pepys. 2. Charles Lamb. 3. Doug- las Jerrold. ARTISTS' NOTES FROM CHOICE PICTURES. The Paintings rendered on Wood by W. Luson Thomas. No. 1. Honeywood and the Bailiffs. A TALE BY THE AUTHOR OF HELIONDE." See "London Society" for 1867. One Shilling Monthly. ° Gt IL TY, OR NOT GUILTY. A Novelette, in Twenty short Chapters. Illustrated by W. Bayes. THE FALCONER'S LAY. Illustrated bv Birket Foster. THE SORROWS OF A JURYMAN. Illustrated. THE PRIVATE LIFE OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE, and other Phases of Town Life, By James Green- wood (the "Amateur Casual.") EDITORS' BOXES. By Frank Seafield, M A. See LONDON SOCIETY" for 1867. One Shiling, Monthly. CROSS PURPOSES. A Novelette. By the Author of Mr. Arle," Caste," etc. BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS or, Sketches of Play- house Society. The Heads by Charles H. Ross the Tales by Warner Sterne. 1 A Private Box at Drury Lane. 2 The Balcony at the Adelphi. 3 The Stalls at Her Majesty's Theatre. 4 The Gallery at Covent Garden. 5 The Pit at the Strand. 6 Behind the Scenes at an Amateur Theatre THE ROMANCE OF MEDICINE. See "London Society," a Monthly Illustrated Magazine o Light and amusing Literature for the Hours o Relaxation. Price Is. Monthly. SOCIETY AT PENANCE. See "London Society," a Monthly Illustrated Magazine of Light and Amusing Literature for the Hours of Relaxation. Price Is., Monthly. A Set of "London Society" (of which Ten Vols. are now published) is one of the Books most highly prized by English residents in the Colonies and Foreign Countries. "London Society" may be obtained by order through all Booksellers in Town and Country at the ahie £ Hailway Stations throughout the United Kingdom dnd abroad, through the leading Book- sellers. LEWES HOUSE, QUEEN'S ROAD. MISS JONES begs to announce that her School RE-OPENED on Monday, Jan. 21st, 1867. Terms on application. TEA Cheaper than ever! AT THOMAS GRXFFXTBS's THE "LION" TEA SHOP, Opposite the Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth. THE qaantity of Tea imported this year is unusu- ally large, amongst which are to be found some of very superior quality. The present and late pres- sure in the Money Market has enabled T. G. to se- cure a lot of Teas at extremely low prices-in some instances at a lower figure than the original cost! and lie now gives that advantage to his numerous friends and customers. T. G., although only a "mere Grocer," and having no "intimate connection" with Importing Houses," (except through Brokers,) challenges competition with any Establishment in the place, both as regards quality and price, as, for one reason, in respect to the latter, he has no expensive "managers" and as- sistants to pay out of his profit. N.B. One trial will convince the most sceptical. TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, On Moderate Terms, A FRONT SHOP AND PARLOUR. Also, FURNISHED APARTMENTS. For parti- culars apply at Mr. James', Tailor, 13, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH. tro he SoRr fig auction, BY MR. JOHN EVANS, On Monday, the 28th day of January, 1867, Between the hours of Three and Four in the Afternoon,—Subject to Conditions to be then and there produced,) AT THE PRINCE ALBERT INN, IN THE TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH, IN TWO LOTS, ALL THOSE TWO LEASEHOLD MESSUAGES Or, Dwelling-houses, Yards, 6f Premises, Being Nos. 7 & 8, situate in Penmaes-gias Road, in the said Town, in the respective occupations of Tho- mas Williams and Evan Humphreys. The Premises are held under a lease, of which 45 years are unexpired, subject to an annual Ground Rent off2 on each of the said Houses. Further particulars may be obtained on an appli- cation to Messrs. W. H. Thomas Sf Jones, Solicitors, Aberystwyth, or to the Auctioneer. EDWARD CLOCKER, Licensed to Let HORSES & CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. 5. Terrace Road, Aberystwith. Bar Closed and Open Carriages; Basket ditto, Waggonettes, fyc. IMPORTANT NOTICE. ON and after the 1st of NOVEMBER, the 4- HORSE COACH, in connection with the Man- chester and Milford Railway, will run at 11 a.m., from ABERYSTWYTH to STRATA FLORIDA STATION, arriving in Lampeter at 2 45, and Car- marthen at 4.45 p.m., in time for the express train to Tenby and Milford Haven, and Up-Mail to Swansea and Cardiff, &c. The Coach will return DAILY from Strata Florida Station, after the arrival of the 4jp.m. train, and reach Aberystwyth at 6.15 p.m. Fares,-INSIDE 5s- Ode OUTSIDE-3s. 6d. J. PELL, Proprietor. Belle Vue Royal Hotel General Coach Office and Posting Establishment, Aberystwith. JOHN REES, Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer. HOME-MANUFACTURED and London Fur- niture of every description.—Undertaker and Appraiser. Show Rooms,- Little Dark-gate Street, Aberystwyth. ew CRYSTAL PALACE INN, QUEEN'S ROAD, ABERYSTWITH Mo !»a H BMWMB BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has just opened the above House of Enter- tainment, and hopes, by strict attention and civility, to merit a share of their patronage and support. Accommodation for Visitors and others on moderate terms. BSS" Burton Mild and Bitter Beers. Dublin Porter, Hereford Cider, and Spirituous Liquors. TREGARON MONTHLY MARKET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a MONTHLY MARKET wi:l be held at the above place On the Tuesday preceding tlte first Wednesday in each Month, For the Sale of CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP, PIGS, CORN, BUTTER, CHEESE, roi-LTRY, &C. The first Market will be held on Tuesday, January 1st, 1867. J A great number of Butter-merchants, Butchers, Pig-dealers, and Corn-merchants, have promised to attend the above Market; and for the convenience of buyers from a distance, the day before the Car- marthen Monthly Market has been fixed for holding the Tregaron Market. A Prize of 5s. will be given at the first Market for the best Fat Pig, and 2s. 6d. for the second best. The Dealers earnestly solicit an early attendance. Market Tickets at about a single fare for the double journey will be issued from all Stations on the Manchester and Milford Railway. BY ORDER. Tregaron, Dec. 19th, 1866. TO BE SOLD By Private Contract, TWO Ricks of well-harvested HAY, the one at .L Bowstreet Station, and the other by the Llan- badarn Crossing. Also, TO BE SOLD, a set of BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, and a quantity of CAST STEEL DRILLS and STRIKING HAMMERS, together with a large quantity of PICh.S and IRON BARS for quarrying. Also, a good Jsew WHITECHAPEL for Sale. Apply to Afr. Thomas Smith, Contractor, Little Dark-gate Street, Aberystwyth. PAAL. SITES for Building COTTAGES, including Gar- dens, reaching to the river side of Ystwyth, adjoining Ty'nylone Chapel. For particulars en- quire of Roderick Williams, Builder, Aberystwyth. W. E. R. Bryneithin, 1867. FOR SALE, A THOROUGH-BRED high-skye TERRIER BITCH. Apply at the Office of this paper. TO BE LET, A PUBLIC HOUSE & VAULTS. Enquire at the Observer" Office. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE ABERYSTWYTH SPRING MEETING will take place during the first week of APBII., 1867. In addition to last year's programme there will be a stake open to the Principality of Wales for bon& fide Hunters. Full particulars in future advertisements. CHRISTIAN SOCIETY.—The New Family Magazine. One Shilling. Monthly. Grooms- bridge and Sons, 5, Paternoster Row, E.C.-At all the Railway Stations, and by order of any Book- seller in Town or Country. THE RELIGIOUS PHENOMENA OF THE PRESENT TIME. See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. CHRISTMAS CAROLS. See the Fourth Num- C her of Christian Society. EVENINGS WITH FRIENDS AND BOOKS. No. IV. See the Fourth Number ef Christian Society. The Literature of the Sea-Christmas Books- Letters from Hell-A Tutor's Counsel to his Pupils-The Religious Writings of A. K. II. B.-Infidel Clergy-Dr. Moore's First Man aud His place in Creation—Cambridge. OOFTLY THE ECHOES COME AND O GO." See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. THE RETURN OF THE SAMARITAN. See the Fourth Number of Christian Soeiety.; THE APOCRYPHAL GOSPELS. See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. DOCTRINAL DIFFICULTIES. See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. FAITH AND DOUBT. See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. VERSES. See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. THE LOVER OF MONEY. See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. THREE PHASES OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. THE YOUNG LADIES OF CHRISTIAN SO- CIETY. See the Fourth Number of Christian Society. QHRISTIAN SOCIETY. With sincere pleasure we welcome into the field this new candidate for public regard. It be- longs to a class of writing that we cannot have too much of-honestly bold and not presumptuous— profoundly religious, and not uncharitable solid in thought, and not heavy manner. Its piety, based on a deep veneration for divinely revealed truths, is at the same time quite free from the bigotry that distrusts or denounces modern science; and its tone and temper are full of the spirit of Christian fraternity. Such, at least, is the impres- sion we have derived from the contents of this inaugural number, which, if duly matched by those that are to follow in its wake, must prove the har- binger of a happy career. Rarely indeed are the graver topics of the day handled and discussed after so agreeable and winning a fashion as in the article forming the first of intended series under the desig- nation of' Evenings with Friends and Books;' nor can we forbear from presenting here a fragment of it, before taking our leave, for the present, of this truly valuable miscellany.Brighton Times. "PURITY & EXCELLENCE OF QUALITY." m ON LY NtD FOR i A\,N ^A D (TRADE MAfTxt BU LOS HEAD I j 186 a L THFIR GENUINE AND DOUBLE SUPERFINE ARE THE QUALITIES PARTICULARLY RECOMMENBED FOR FAMILY USE RETAILED IN EVERY TOWN THROUGHOUT THE UNITED KINGDOM. ¿//(;; <I: E. MORRIS, No. 14, CHURCH STREET, Opposite the Meat Market, ABERYSTWYTH, DEALER IN ANTIQUE & MODERN CURIOSITIES. Best Mandarine Chinese Jars, Etc. Old Goltl and Sileer bought. D J>ND .t Iv: '■{AlPfF.1 WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. j THE GREAT SUCCESS of this 1 DELICIOUS has been the signal for the app^rance of many SPU- RIOTS IMITATION o totally different m FLAVOR and destitute of the DIGESTIVE PROPERTIES of this SAUCE. Purchasers are earnestly requested to ASK FOR LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE, Prepared only by i jkLEA & PERKINS, Worcester. M *•* Wholesale and for Export, by jgipMvS? CHOSSE & Bl.ACK.WKLL, London, and all Merchants and Oilmen. IMPORTANT NOTICE. ABONA-FIDE MONEY SPECULATION of £ 12,000,000 sterling, Guaranteed by Govern- ment, is to be allotted in various sums upwards to £ 20,000. Any one, by investing £ t, may secure £ 20,000 sterling. For Prospectus (which will be sent gratis), apply by letter, addressed Mr. J. A. RINK, 14, Duke-street, Adelphi, London. W.C. BARMOUTH, PORTMADOC, AND BACK DAILY. THE "SNOWDONIAN TOURIST" Coach Will leave Barmouth daily, (Sundays excepted,) on the arrival of the Passengers from the 10.25 Train at Barmouth Ferry Station. W. CHALTON, Proprietor. TO PRINTERS. A PERMANENT SITUATION to a Steady Young Man, acquainted with Case and Jobbing Work. Apply to the publisher of this paper. TO BE LET, With immediate possession, in the best part of Pier Street, A DESIRABLE SHOt1, with the whole of the HOUSE. Also, a FANCY BUSI- NESS to be disposed of. Apply to Mr. Edward Jones, Jasper House.



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