ANNUAL SALE AT No. 9, PIER STREET, & No. 1, LITTLE DARK-GATE STREET, ABBBS.'SrSTWirTEa. HUGH DAVIES BEGS respectfulcy to announce that he has GEEATLY REDUCED the prices of las Stock of „ « Fancy Dresses, Shawls, Mantles, &c., «uc- Also, a large lot of Wicoll's Ready-made Clothing at half their value I This is a rare opportunity of getting GOOD ARTICLES at a VERY LOW PRICE. The whole must be cleared off to make room for Spring and Summer Fashions. CLEARANCE SALB. I M M. 13 IS" S E SAC BIFICE. R. EVANS, Ironmonger, No. 54, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, HAS resolved to offer the remains of his WINTER STOCK of Petroline and other Lamps, Coal Vases, Fire-irons, Fenders, Tea Trays, Dish Covers, Metal Tea Pots, &c., &c., at an IMMENSE REDUCTION from original prices. So, those who are about refurnishing for the approaching season, this will be a rare opportunity of purchasing at greatly reduced prices, an opportunity which would be unwise not to take advantage of. The prices of all Goods offered for Sale will be marked in plain figures, from wbich no abatement can be made. TERMS,—CASH. Clearance Sale to commence on Monday, February 11th, and to continue throughout the present Month. Sg, BBIPCrE STREET. 5ft. SYDENHAM HOUSE, No. 25, GREAT DARK GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. W. T. WILLIAMS RESPECTFULLY announces to the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants generally of Aberystwyth and the neighbourhood, that be has/purchafed the business of the late MR. DANIEL JONES and he hopes ty strict attention to business, keeping none but the best articles in the trade and moderate charges, to receive a continuance of that patronage which has been so UDeraiiy bestowed on his predecessor during he last nine years. W. T. W. has resolved npon disposing of the whole of the v^able Stock at a great sacrifice, in fact, considerably below cost pi ice, it being his intention to clear the whole off immedi- ately, in order to make room ior new Stock for the coming Season. The present Stock is now being SOLD OFF; and W. T. W. has no parties will find it to their advantage to accord him an early visit, the favour of which he earnestly solicits. CHARACTER OF THE STOCK TO BE DISPOSED OF. Shawls — Mantles- Cloaks —Jackets — Silks — French Poulards Fancy Dresses—Merinoes Muslins—Cambrics—Skirtings—Crinolines—Ribbons—Flowers—Feathers—Hosiery—Gloves—Lace and Muslin Goods—Dress Caps—Stays—Under-clothing—-Baby Linen—Parachutes—Umbrellas—Gimp Trimmings—Straw Hats. West of England Broad Cloths— Fawny Trouserings—-Ready-made Coats—Shirts, Scarfs, Ties, Hats, «pe. Carpets, Floor Cloths, Sheeting, Damask, Dimities. Quilts, Counterpanes, Blankets, Table Cloths, and all requsite Drapery for Furnishing. TERKS-CASH. ROWLANDS & SON'S, WREXHAM, ISa^ESR STOIMES. 1VTESSRS. R. & SON have appointed T. Spirit Vaults, Princess Street, Aberystwyth, as Agent for the Sale of their Uwr. In soliciting orders, T. C. guarantors that quality and price shall not be surpassed. T. C., in returning thauks for past favors, and soliciting future support, beg to call attention to his superior Stock of WINES and SPIRITS. I-rm f4fvw f ilwz I ULM U-k ■ This wonderful Ointment acts like magic in the cure of old wounds, sores, and | Ul cers, however inveterate. It's effect is marvellous in cases ot paralysis, contracted | or stiff joints, and in stoppage of the water or disorders of the kidney s it is unequalled | LEGS, ZBrEKE-A-STS, E_TC. 1 In many hospitals in Europe this celebrated remedy is now in general use. | In Spain, Portugal, and in Italy, the Physicians regularly prescribe its use for I sores and ulcers. Sailors, soldiers, emigrants, and miners find it most invaluable, p The Ointment and Pills should be used conjointly in most of the following cases: a Asthma Eruptions Piles Sore Heads w Bad Legs Glands, Enlargement of Rheumatism Tic Doloureux g Bad Breasts Gout |crofula Wheezing, with difficulty of Eg Bronchitis Lumbago Sore Throats Breathing H 7- tOr OA UTl ON:-N ona are genuine unless the words « Holloway, London," are 1 discernible as a Water-mark in 'every leaf of the book of directions which may B be plainly seen by holding it to the light. Sold at the manufactory of Profes- jf sor HOLLOW AT, 244, Strand, London, and by all Dealers in Medicine, in pots at ■ 2 -1 1«. 1 \d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., and 33s.—There ia a considerable saving by ■ taking the larger sizes.—Very copious directions for use are affixed to each pot. ■ TO BUILDBR0 ^OTHfiRg, Aberystwyth and Bronygof Brick, Tile, and 3Pipe Company, Limited. I^ BROl^GOFING TIL,ES' &c*' 8uPPlied on the shortest^ notice from the_[Company's Yard, Orders received at the Manager s Office. Queen's Road, And at Mr. D. H. Davies, Ofnce, Railway Station, Aberystwyth. COMPANIES' ACT, 1862. The Welsh Colonising & General Trading Co., LIMITED. (CWMNI YMFUDOL A MASNACHOL Y WLADVA GYMREIG GYFYNGEDIG.) CAPITAL, £ 50,000~7N 5,000 SHARES OF 210 EACH. DIRECTORS. CAPA?.e^wylh. (CbJrmar?)Yt>E' 8hip Owner, North Parade, MR. GRIFFITH WILLIAM THOMAS, Accountant, 7, Abbey *•Wertur8h SM' BANKERS -THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OF ENGLAND. TRAVE LING SECRETARY: —MI!1)AVII) LLOYD JONES, Festiniog. CENTRAL SECRETARY:—MR. THOMAS CADI^OR WOOD, 24, St. Werburgh Street, Chester. PSlaklishf><1 t0.c'iari^"pn^?pf buslnes^w'VLShips '°r the conveyance of passengers and goods to and from the e,sh c°'ony, and for the transaction ot geneial business w,lh auy „ort ln the VT0,1(1- »1fonmitf!fCtuSf'8' Ar,ie,es of Association, Fornis of Application for Shares, the Letters received from the G'o'ony, and every "i'dtion, may be had from the Central Secretary, Mr. 1. G. A\0OD, St. Werburgh Street, Chester. JOHN KNIGHTS PRIMROSE SOAP. not^thi^i16 m?ny advantages attending: the opening ot the New Railway Tea Warehouse, and Sons' worhff* 18 tlle ^roPrietor's obtaining the exclusive privi egc o selling John Knight Tim r>riv;i ained Primrose and other det-crptiou of Soaps. between the Pr^6- not e awarded to any other tradesman in Aberys wjth, by agreement en tne iToPnetor and thjs o,d e8tablis,^d and distimJuished Firm. Tnl!n'1i7^n'^lt and Sons',Primrose Soap, 6d., or 4jd. by the Bar. vm^ht and Sons' Fine Pale Soap, 4.^d., or 4d. by the 13ar. Jo I) i) Kit and Sons' Pale Sv>ap, 4d., or Sld.,by the Bar. join ght and Sons' Best Mettled, 4Jd., or 4d. by the Bar. KSJ Observe the name on each Bar,—JOHN KNIGHT & SONS. T T:SA WAEEHOUSB, North Parade, Aberys twyflj. JOH N JAMES, PROPHIKTOR. WILLIAM THOMAS, MANAGER. TO BE IUBT, A SITTING ROOM and TWO BEDROOMS, situate in a central part of the town. Apply to the publisher. 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. T. BUBB, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, PAINTER, AND HOUSE DECORATOR, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS respectfully to intimate that at the insti- gation of several resident genirv 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 Wo. 7, PIER STREET, Aberystwith. J. TRUSC0TT, Batcbmaftef, jetntIIer, £ >ilber= smítO, OPTICIAN, ETC. Established, 1848. Gentlemen's Patent Lever Watches, in £ t. d. £ s. d. strong Gold Cases, frem 10 10 Oto25 0 0 Ladies' ditto ditto, from 10 10 0 to 20 0 0 Patent LeverWatches,in SilverCases,from 4 4 0 to 10 10 0 Flat Horizontal Watches, ditto, from. 2 2 0 to 3 10 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 Rincrs, and Plate sold according to weight. SWEEP YOUR CHIMNEYS! DAVID JENKIN JONES, op 11, QUEEN STREET, BEGS to return his 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. TEAS. THE Excellent TEAS of the CHINA TEA COM- PANY, DUBLIN, (Established, 1834,) made up in sealed packages, can be had of their authorized Agents throughout the United Kingdom. Aglfnt for Aberystwith—z>_ Sj. BARMOUTH, PORTMADOC, AND BACK DAILY. THE "SNOWDONIAN TOURIST" Coach will JL leave Barmouth daily, (Sundays excepted,) on the arrival of the Passengers from the 10.25 Train at Barmouth Ferry Station. W. CIIALTON, Proprietor. TALBOT WXNE & 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 quality, di- rect out of bond Also, a large supply of BURTON EAST INDIA PALE ALE; GUINNESS & Co.'s 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 aii parts of the world. Prepared only by EDWARD LEWTON Hair Cutter and Perfumer to His Royal Highness Prince Arthur, and His Imperial Highness Prince Lucien Buonaparte. JVo. 15, Pier Street, Aberystwith. m- Ay EXTENSIVE STOCK OF PRIME CIGARS. FANCY TOYS, &c. TEETE TEETIE iTllMia DENTIST, (LATL OF LONDON.) 24, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. ARTIFICIAL TEETH, of surpassing bpauty, 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-named 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 Bank,) WAKRANTED Genuine, and stamped "Poole" on the top of every Loaf. H. POOLE also professes to sell 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, &e., suited for invalids and others, to order. British fVines-Lemorwde-Soda "Water— Sherbet— Ginger Beer, Sfc. g-c. NOTICE OFJREIVSOVaC MR. INGLIS BEKVON, ORGANIST OF ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, BEGS to inform the Public that he has RE- MOVED from 13, Pier Street, to hia Private Residence, 23, Portland Street, during the Winter Months, where the businej-s will^be carried on as usual. New Music half price.— Pianofortes Tuned, !fe.- Pianofortes for Hire. Teacher of the Organ, Fianoforte, and Singing. NO. 23, PORTLAND STREET. S. ALLSOPP & SON. G CARES WELL, Agent for Aberystwyth, has • now on hand a supply of Mild and Bitter Ales. Office, 9, Portland-street, Aberystwytb. 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 £ 1, 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. 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 Moon; a copious Calendar; Post»Fe 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 hnd much other valuable and important matter. ABERYSTWYTH: Published by D. JENKINS, 8, Pier Street. MOCHO HOUSE, 12, PEER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Established 18.36. JOHN MORGAN, LAPIDARY & JEWBI»le^ PEBBLES CUT & POLISHED. All kinds of Jewellery made and repaired on the shortest notice- W The utmost value given for old gold and silver. E. 1\ŒORRXS. No. 14, CHURCH STREET, Opposite the Meat Market, ABERYSTWYTH, DEALER IN ANTIQUE & MODERN CURIOSITIES. Best Mandarine Chinese Jars, Etc. Old Gold and Silver bought. ESTABLISHED 1854. 13, Great Dark-gait Street Aberystwith DAVID THOMAS, atch and Clock maker, The most Improved Watches and a very reduced prices. A twel\einonth's trial given ifrequired. "r atehes & Clocks cleaned and repaired 011 liie shortest notice. COLD WEDDING RINCS. J.O.NDON SOCi ETY. 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 ANMU'TMOMAS. With Illustrations. rpiIE TWOPENNY PHILOSOPHER. By A. X IIALLIDAT, Author off Every-Day Papers,' ptc. *>1< These pitpers will appear Monthly in the course of 18G7. 1 Love in a Cottage Art of Conver- 2 The Cultivation of sation. Love. Flirtation. 3 Bachelor's Buttons. Hands and Gloves. 4 A Path of Roses. Heroes to the Valetde 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 Dinners. 12 After-Dinner Ora- 7 The Luxury of Ele- tory. gance. SKETCHES FROM THE BENCH AND THE BAB, Biographical a.nd 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 Erle Sir F. Kelly Mr. Justice Byles Sir James Wilde Mr. Justice Willes Baron Martin Baron Bramwell Mr. Justice .Blackburn ^ir R. palmer Sir Hugh Cairns Mr. Rolt; Lord Advocate (late) Moncrieff; The Queen's Advocate Mr, Justice Shee Solicitor General (late) Sir K- U l,er Mr. Edward James Sir W. Bovill Mr- Mellish Mr. Coleridge; Mr. Karslake Mr. yern"n Hareourt Mr. Montagu Chambers; Mr. Hawkins Mr. Huddlestone Mr. Gitfard Mr. Serjeant Hayes Mr. Joseph Brown Mr. Thomas Jones Mr. Serjeant Ballantine; Mr. Serjeant Parry. ANECDOTE AND Gossip ABOUT CLUBS. In Four Parts. By h rank Seafield, M.A., Author of The Literature and Curiosities of Dreams." RECOLLECTIONS OF A BACHKLOK, and a Series of Papers. BY Jack Easel, Esquire." Illus- trated by G. DIl Maurier. "jyiNousH CARICATURE. Notes on the Masters of Pi Huinoristic Art;in England.; With Illustrations drawn from the salient points of famous Caricatures. (Several Papers and numerous Illustrations.) VISITS TO A CtKJNTitv HOliSE, and oiher Social Sketches. By Tom Slender. TUB OI.D LONDON HOSTKI.HIJ;K) an(] Men who frequented them 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. ATAUE BY THE AUTHOR OF IIEUIONDK." See "London Society" for 1867. One Shilling, Monthly. T GUILTY, OR NOT GUILTY. A Novelette, in Twenty short Chapters. Illustrated by W. Bayes. THE FALCONER'S LAY. Illustrated by Birket Foster. THE SORROWS OF A JURYMAN. Illustrated. maE PRIVATE LIFE OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE, and 1 other Phases of Town Lile. By James Green- wood (the "Amateur Casua).") EDITORS' BOXES. By Frank Seafield, M A. See -1 "LmwoN SOCIETY" for 1867. One Shiling, Monthly. Ciioss PURPOSES. A Novelette. By the Author of "Mr. Arle," "Caste," etc. BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS; or, Sketches of Play- JD house Society. The Heads by Charles H. Ross the Tales by Warner Storne. 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. Õ The Pit at the Strand. 6 Behind the Scenes at an Amateur Theatre THE ROMANCE OF MEDICINE, gee "London Society," a Monthly Illustrated ATagazine o Light and amusing Literature for the Hours o Relaxation. Price Is. Monthly. OOCIETY AT PENANCE. See "London Society," a Monthly Illustrated Magazine of Light and Amusing Literature lor the llours of Relaxation. Ptice 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 he obtained by order through all Booksellers in Town and Country at the chief Railway Stations throughout the United Kingdom and abroad, through the leading Book- sellers. TREGARON MONTHLY MARKET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a License has been granted for holding Monthly Markets for the Sale of Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c., at Tregaron, and the same will be held regularly on the TUEsDA Y next preceding the first Wednesday in every month. BY ORDER. FREEHOLD PROPERTY. TO BE SOLD, by Private Contract, all that FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, with a PIECE OF LAND attached, situate at BORTH, and adjoining the Railway Station. Apply to Capt. Hugh Morgan, A berdovey; or Mr. Abraham Lewis, Post Office, Borth. FURTHER REDUCTION IN TEAS, AT THOMAS GRIFFXTHS's THE "LION" TEA SHOP, Opposite the Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth. T GRIFFITHS begs respectfully to call the • attention of the inhabitants of Aberystwyth and vicinity to his recent purchases of Tea, just arrived, and to call especial attention to the prices and vicinity to his recent purchases of Tea, just arrived, and to call especial attention to the prices as below, proving that he has taken advantage of the great depression in the markets to secure to his customers the full advantage of the same; and he trusts that by so doing he will merit an increased share of their patronage, determined, as he is, that no London establishment shall beat him in price or quality. He, therefore, calls the attention of Hotel keepers and large consumers to his celebrated Lion Mixture," which will be found equal to any 3s. 4d. Tea ever offered by the trade. Finest Tea imported, 6lbs. for One Guinea. Very Choice Tea, 7lbs. „ Fhe Lion Tea, 81bs. „ Good Family Tea, lOlbs. „ Good useful Congou, 12lbs. „ P.S. Carriage paid to any distance for any of the above, and will be exchanged if not approved of. TERMS,-CASH. EDWARD CLOCKER, Licensed to Let HORSES & CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. 5. Terrace Road, Aberystwith. 0- Closed and Open Carriages; Basket ditto, Waggonettes, fyc. PC | WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. THE GREAT SUCCESS of this J- DELICIOUS CONDIMENT lias been the signal for the appearance of many SPU- lUOUS IMITATIONS totally different in FLAVOR and destitute of the DIGESTIVE PROPERTIES of this SAUCE. Purchasers are earnestly requested to ASK FOR LEA & PERKINS' SAUCE, Prepared only by XJ LEA & PERRINS, Worcester. Jy *«• Sold Wholesale and for Export, by CBOSSB & BT.ACK.WKLL, London, and all Merchants and Oilmen. 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 ABERY8TWYTH 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 4 p.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. Epsom Derby Venture, 1867. JOHN LEWIS LLOYD, Wine and Spirit Merchant, NEWPORT, MON., BEGS to anuounce that, at the solicitation of many Iriends in all parts of the country, he has been induced to consent to superintend the following scheme for the Epsom Derby of 1867. FIRST £ 400 SECOND JEI50 THIKD Aloo STARTERS AND NON-STARTERS £350 zcilooo Each Non-Starter to receive One Pound. One Thousand Shares at One Guinea each. There will be a General Meeiing of the Sub- scribers at Six o'clock p m., on Wednesday, May 8th, preceding the i ace, when, in their presence, the final business will he transacted. The Lisliwill then immediately be printed, and, on receipt from a Subscriber of a stamped addressed envelope, a copy will be forwarded to him through post. Parties residing at a distance may depend upon the strictest confidence and integrity in the execu- tion of their commissions, but no reply will be made to any letter unless it enclose a directed envelope, with postage stamp. Post-office ordprs made payable to JOHN LEWIS LLOYD, Wine and Spirit Merchant, 23, High Street, Newport, Mon. The real name of any Subscriber need not be entered in the Subscription List unless required; any assumed name or title may be forwarded and will be written on the counterfoil of the script, which will he returned to, and held by the Share- holder, on receipt of the Money or Post-office order. The arrangements are so systerni'i'*> that neither fraud nor mistake can possibly occur. The Money will be paid to the respective winners on Monday, May 27th, at eight, o'clock. V. A NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THB ROYAL CARDIGAN DIVISION OF militia assemble for Twenty-seven days Train- v. f lr^ Exorcise, at Abeiystwyth, on the 2oth oi April, 18G7, when aH Volunteers belonging to the Regiment must report themselves at Head Quarters at 12 o'clock noon. on that date. All Volunteers who have been enrolled since the 23rd of April, 1860, wiJI be called up for Preliminary Instruction Fourteen days immediately preceding the Training. These men must, therefore, present them- selves at Head Quarters at 12 o'clock noon on Thursday, the 11th of April, 1867. By Order of the Commanding Officer, C. BASSETT LEWIS, Captain and Adjutant of the Royal Cardigan Militia. THE PEOPLE'S MAGAZINE: SIXTEEN large pages of Useful and Entertaining O Reading, profusely Illustrated with first-class Engravings, prepared expressly for this publication. Weekly, One Penny. Sold by all Booksellers. THE PEOPLE'S MAGAZINE Monthly, Six- x pence. The new Part for March is now raady. Eighty pages, with Frontispiece printed in colours. Sold by the Booksellers. PARIS EXHIBITION. To intending Visitors. A new Sketch Map of Paris, (printed in Colours,) including the recent improvements, is given with the March Part of the People's Maga- zine. Price Sixpence. London: 77, Great Queen Street, W.C. WANTED, BY a highly respectable person (English) a situa- tion as HOUSEKEEPER, where an under- servant or boy is kept; or to wait upon an invalid. Apply to A. B. C., Post Office, Towyn. AW^DOW LADY, of middle age, may find a comfortable home as Housekeeper at a Sur- geon's and Chemist and Druggist Establishment, within a few minutes' walk of the sea. Apply to F. R. M. A., office of this paper, from whence appli- cations will be forwarded. LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. TO RE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, all that DWELLING-HOUSE, being No. 35, North Parade, Aberystwyth. The above is held under a lease granted by the Corporation, of which 42 years are unexpired, sub- ject to the low annual ground rent of £3. Apply to Hugh Hughes, Esq., Solicitor, Aberystwyth. TO BE LET, APART of a House No. 24, Bridge Street, (lately occupied by the North & South Wales Banking Company,) containing Kitchen, Back ditto, Drawing Room, and 2 Bedrooms. Also, if desired, a large Garden adjoining. Apply to Mr. Thomas Howells, Grocer, Bridge Street. CORN STORES^ TREFECHAN, ABERYSTWYTH. ABERYSTWYTH. G EVANS begs respectfully to inform the in- • habitants generally of Aberystwyth and its vicinity that he has just opened an Establishment at the above address for the Sale of OATS and other AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. Twenty Tonf of CLOVER will be Sold at prime cost. I TREGARON MONTHLY MARKET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT A MONTHLY MARKET will be held at the above place On the Tuesday preceding the first Wednesday in each Month, For the Sale of CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP, PIGS COBN, BUTTER, CHEESE, POULTRY, &C. The first Market will be held on Tuesday, January 1st, 1867. A great number nf 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. Gd. 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. JOHN REES, Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer. HOME-MANUFACTURED and London Fur- J_J_ niture of every description.—Undertaker and Appraiser. Show Rooms,-Little Dark-gate Street, Aberystwyth. Notice is hereby given, TnAT a separate Building, named Soar Chapel," situated at Tre'rddol, in the parish of Llan- cyn county of Cardigan, in the district of Aberystwyth, being a Building certified according to Law as a place of religious worship, was, on the 12th day of February, 1867, duly registered for solemnising Marriages therein, pursuant to the Act of 6th and 7th William IV., cap. 85. Witness my hand this 19th day of February, 1867. HUGH HUGHES, Superintendent Registrar. The Bankruptcy Act, 1861. RICHARD GRIFFITHS, of the "Horse and Jockey," Bridge Street, in the town of Aber- ystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, Publican and Shoemaker, having been adjudged Bankrupt under a petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in the County Court of Cardiganshire, holden at Abervst- wyth, on the 11th day of February, 1867, a public sitting for the said Bankrupt to pass his last examination, and make application for his dis- charge, will be held at the said Court, at the Town Ilall, Aberystwyth, aforesaid, on the 19th day of March, 1867, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, the day last aforesaid being the day limited for the Bankrupt to surrender. Mr. John Jenkins, the Registrar of the said Court, is the Official Assignee, and Mr. Hugh Hughes, of Aberystwyth aforesaid, is the Solicitor acting in the Bankruptcy. ROBERT EDWARD, High Hail iff. The Bankruptcy Act, 1861. In the County Court of Cardiganshire, holden at Abet ystwyth. IN the matter of David Hughes, of Commins, in the village ana parish ofLlanfihangelCroyddin, in the county of Cardigan, late Miner, now Railway Labourer, adjudged Bankrupt on the 22nd day of June, 1866. J An order of discharge will be delivered to the Bankrupt after the expiration of thirty days from this date, unless an appeal be duly entered against the judgment of the Court, and notice thereof be given to the Court. Dated this 27th day of February, 1867. ROBERT EDWARD, High Bailiff. A BEAUTIFUL, well-educatcd, and energetic young lady, the daughter of a landed proprietor in Ireland, eloped with the son Of a poor fanner, taking passage in the ship American Congress, which arrived from New York last week. Her brother followed in the Java, and from Halifax telegraphed to the New York police superintendent to have the lady detained should the ship arrive before he did. The detec- tives found the girl when the ship anchored in the bay, ar.d she was taken to head-quarters, when she stated that she should marry none but the man who was the companion of her flight that, although engaged to a gentleman now in China, with :.n income of £ 30,000 a year, she chose the man of humble rank, whom she learnt to love when htr Il, a, t was pure and her love that of innocence, and him she would have. She had sold her horse, and oorrowed JE20 of her brother to pay the expenses of h ir journey. There seemed to be but one way, an(1 clergyman was accordingly summoned, and the ceremony performed, the brother arriving just in time to be (-jie of the jiartv at a wedding which lit had travelled so far to thwart, but to which he became reconciled tipoYi learning all the circum- stances of the romantic affair.
A DREAM REALISED. Mr J. H. Lloyd, M.D., of Anglesea, writes as fol- V—" years ago, I travelled inside the coach running through the Welsh mountains from Carnarvon to Aberystwyth, on a day that rained torrents uninterruptedly. The insiders Were obliged to say something to pass the long hours. There was a very respectable-looking old gentleman and his daughter, besides myself and another, inside. Somewhere between Dolgelley and Machynlleth, some new recollection worth narrating seemed to dawn upon the old gentleman, and whispering to his daughter, she replied "Yes, papa, that would be worth telling;" and to preface it, he seemed to think it proper to mention his name and address, Mr Jenkins, of Aberystwyth." I also now men- tion it as a confirmation, as the old gentleman, I am sure must be dead by this time, though I have no doubt some of his friends could corroborate me. He had been taking his evening walk through the fields near Aberystwyth, and had met several work- men and other people, and bad seen one who was digging in a ditch. In undressing to go to bed he found, to his surprise and regret, that he had lost his pocket-book, containing a large sum of money. It was useless to do anything that night, but at day- break every effort was made to recover the treasure, but without success. Day after day the search was continued with utter failure, and he had 11 pocketed" his loss, and had, I think he said, forgotten the matter, haying as much money as he wanted." But he had a dream one night, at least a year or two after the loss—I cannot remember the exact time now-and the dream pointed with the most minute description to a certain thorn or bush, near the place where the labourer was ditching, as the spot where the pocket-book was to be found. He thought the dream odd and hopeless, but be could not help sauntering down next day, and his curiosity was greatly excited by finding the identical bush he saw in his dream, and close by the remains of the earth the labourer had been digging up. A very slight search under the thrown-up earth discovered the pocket-book with its contents safe, but damp, just as dropped. He had dropped it just when the work- man was throwing up a spadeful. I shall never for- get the expression on the countenance of the octo- genarian as he concluded, but a painter would have > snatched it up as a good portrait of Faith.The Western Morning News.
THE CASTLE BUILDERS. A gentle boy, with soft and silken locks, A dreamy boy, with brown and tender eyes, A castle builder, with his wooden blocks, And towers that touch imaginary skies. A fearless rid^r on his father's knee, li^en^r unto/stories tqld k At the roujict'tame 9Mj £ B*SlJS0*fy» Of heroe^r and adventures manimd. r There will be otfier towers for thee to build There will be other steeds for thee to ride: There will be other legends, and all filled • With greater marvels and more glorified. Build on, and make thy castles high and fair, Rising and reaching upward to the skies Listen to voices in the upper air, Nor lose thy simple faith in mysteries. H. W. Longfellow. • And after these there came the Day and Night, Hiding: together both with equal pace, Th' one on a palfrey hlacke, the other white. Faerie Queen," canto vii.
THE MARKETS. ABERYSTWTTH, Monday, February 25lA, 1867. Wheat 8s. Od. to 9s. Od. per bushel, Barley 5s. Od. to 5s 6d per bushel, Oats 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d., Potatoes 2s. Od. a bushel, Butter (fresh) Is. 4d., (salt) Is. lb., Eggs lOd. a dozen, Cheese (Welsh) 3d. to 3|d. per ib., Beef 7d. to 8d. per lb, Mutton 8d. to 9d. per lb., Pork 6d to 8d. per lb., Soles Is. per lb., Plaice 4d. per lb., Eels IUd. per lb., Mackerel 6d. each, Crabs 6d. each, Oysters Is. 2d. a score, Lobsters Is. 3d. per lb., Turbot Is. per lb., Fowls 2s. (id. to 3s Od. a couple, Ducks 3s. 6d. to 4a. a couple, Geese 4s. ad. to 5s. 6d. each, Hares 2s. 6d to 3s. Od. each, Rabbits Is. 2d. each, Grouse 5s. Od. a couple, Partridge, 3s. Od. a brace, Pheasants 6s. 6d. r. brace, Wild Ducks 6s. 6dabrace,Wool Is. 4d. to Is. 7d. per lb. —Wheat from 6s. JOd to 8s. Od. per bushel Barley 4s tld. fo 5f. 4d. per bushel ot 54lb., Oals 2s.O. • • P usheJ of 401b., Flour 34s to 4Hs. per sack of iiSOIbs. r,c °tu)VtfnS7xR(Il t!eat' 8s" 6<1- r° v*- 0<1., Barley, waiting, OS. Od. to 7s. 0(1, liarley, grinding 5& gj to n.i Oats 4a 6d 10 4s. 9d„ a measure KRKS 12 &r 18 iuUer U 2d to Is 3d a lb., Fowls -is to 3s 6tt a couple, Ducks, Ss*6d to 5s Od a couple; Geese 6s. Od. to 7*. Od, each, Potatoes, Ss. od. to 8g. 0d. per measure. WELSHPOOL.—Wheat, per 801b., 9s od to 9s fld, Barley per 40(jts., 5s tid to 6s SM, Outs per bag, 168 od to 21s Od. Egg. 12 for Is, Buiier Is 2d to Is 3d per Ih, Fowls 3s 3d to 4s Od per coup'e, Ducks, 38 6d to 4s 6d., Potatoes Ss. 3d. to 3s. 6d. per bushel. WREXHAM.White Wheat 9S. Os; to 98.. 3d., Red Wheat 8s. 6d. to IJs. 3d., Oats 4s. 3d. to 4s. 9d., Malting Barley 8s. 3d. to 7s. Od., Grinding Barley 5s. 6s. to (is. Od., Potatoes 28. 9d. to 3s. Od. per measure, Hutter Is. 4d. to 18. 6d. per lb., Fowls Ss. Od. to 3s. Gd. per couple, Ducks 4s. to 4s 6d. per couple, Eggs 11 for Is. Through Trains In connection with the Cambrian Railways. DOWN TRAINS. I'1 <i a" in- ». m. a- p. m. Lontlon dep. fi 15 9 0 11 20 10 0 a 43 Birmingham 8 45 10 50 I 45 1 5 6 10 Wolverhampton 9 18111 23 2 22 1 50 5 50 Stafford 10 5 12 80 3 25 8 0 g 30 Shrewsbury 1 45 I 45 5 0 0 7 80 Welshpool arr.i 2 85 2 85 0 80 3J>0 8 35 London .dep. 6 15 9 0 II 20 2 45 Stafford 10 012 45 8 20 6 80 Crewe 10 50 3 40 5 20 8 86 Whitchurch arr. 11 25 4 18 f 8 11 Oswestry arr. I 50 6 30 f 10 0 Leeds dep. 7 50 Tl Of S *0 8 »0 4 0 H uddersfield 8 305 S 15 » 15 4 55 Manchester Lond. Rd. 7 45 10 45 1 SO 4 15 5 15 g 30 Stockport 7 58111 5 1 50, 4 25 5 28 6 50 Preston 11 9 5512 15; 3 5 4 0 M Li verpool" Lime Street 7 I 15 3 45 5 0 7 0 Warrineton 8 18 11 21 2 8 4 25 5 88 7 45 Crewe 9 °(12 30 3 40 5 20 « 40 8 35 Sh^i » I 12 4 18 5 55; 7 11 9U Oswestry arr-JL_50 6 30 6 30 8 0 10 0 Hi kenlieadTTT^ dep.l 8 "5,11 80 8 30 4 50 Chester 9 20i'2 10 4 151 6 40 « Wrexham 9 45; 12 35 4 39! <« e 25 «« Oswestry, Q. West..arr. :10 20; 1 12 5 17J 7 12 « Oswestry,Camb.dep. 10 85 2 5 ~2~~& 6 451 ~8~5 WeIs/i|tool .11127 2 55,7 2818 45 Newtown 0 8 28! S 0 Llanidloes «j8 <• 438 35 Machynlleth 1 15 '« 4 58 9 14> 1 45 5 25 9 371 AKRRYSTWYTH arrj 2 15 5 5510 7' Aberilovey 2 20 5 55 '• Dolgelley, by 'bus. arr. 4 0! 7 30 In addition to the above, the train carrying the English mails reaches Aberystwyth at 10.30 a.m. This is only a pacsenjrer train from Newtown. UP TRAINS. a.m. a.m. a. m. a. m. a. m. p. m. p.m Dolgelley, by'bus, dep. '• «« g jo «• n 10 3 5 Aberdovey « « 7 50 1 0 4 35 ABERYSTWYTH. «• a 0> 1 5 5 30 Bortli Sao135 Machynlleth «« •« 95" I 58 •« 0 30 Llanidloes 5 20 9 40 2 45 7 20 Xewtown 6 5 10 80 8 28 8 0 Oswestry (i 80 10 35 3 20 6 45 8 4 Welshpool 7 90 U20 «' 3 55 7 45 8 *0 Shrewsbury 8 30 8 80 12 SO S 1510 StO 8 Stafford 9 45 9 45 1 45 6 23 1 48 1 48 Wolverhampton 10 25| 10 25 2 20 0 53 10 20 2 0 2 5 Birmingham 11 5 11 5 8 0 7 8011 20 2 SO 2 81 London 2_80 4 0 5 15! S 15 9 g? 6 0 6 0 Oswestry arr. 8 0 •' 10 5512 0, 4 50 7 40 9 30 „ dep. 8 5 11 1012 f 0; Whitchurch 8 57 12 8 12 571 6 13 8 50| •« Crewe 10 40 12 88j 5 35 8 30 9 20j « Sniftord 11 36 1 4S| 6 28 9 30 1 48 « London S 50 & 5 50 <« WHrrintfton 10 20 281 8 8110 20 « f.iieipool 11 10 2 15; 3 30 8 55! 11 5 « Presion J2 40 2 83 3 28 9 lo'll 25 « Stockport 10 1 2 46 H 15(10 43 »' Manchester 1 45' S 0 8 25'll 5 « Huidersfleld :^t 3 0 6 22j 9 45 .< Leeds 4 S0l 7 OjlQ 40 <• ■" it Oswestry, G.West. dep. 8 45j 1 lfj| 5 50 9 » Wrexliiiin 9 S2j 1 58 6 82 & 48 Ciie.vt.er '0 0 2 8 7 0 10 S '0 4;' a a 8 0 11 5! ABERYSTWYTH TIDE TABLE, SHOWING HIGH WATER AT ABERY8TWTTH. March, 1867. h. m. h- "• A. M. M* Saturday 2 3 20 3 59 Sund.iy 3 4 41 5 17 Monday 4 0 0 5 49 Tuesday 5 6 18 6 37 Wednesday H 0 7 18 Thursday 7 7 37 7 54 Friday 8 8 13. 8 29 (Love Water about six hotlr. after.