.p,I'J,t aa RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE. No. 51. North Parade, Aberystwyth. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. TO THE VISITORS AND INHABITANTS OF ABERYSTWYTH. rpHE proprietor deems it necessary to remark, in ref'ereuce to the price list of Articles that fluctuations in the Markets arising from deficiency or excess of supply fiscal alterations and various other causes, operate against the maintenance of fixed or uniform prices for anv definite period; but should there occur any depreciation in value on any of the Articles his customers may rest assured of an immediate reduction. Large consumers can be supplied with goods at this establishment cheaper than if ordered direct from London. The proprietor pays carriage on orders for Teas, Coffees, and Spices, amounting to £ 2 and upwards, to any Railway Station. TEA I>El»Airr>il5\T. TEA, being the staple article in the Grocery Trade, has particularly engaged the attention and^ rares^dTsSiptions of Tea .8,JCreeded in rullinS fro,n t',e. all the choicest rarest descriptions of lea that judgment can acquire or capital command and he feel* assured that no establishment in Wales can possibly otter Teas upon the same advantageous and strictly merchant terms Advantageous BLACK TEAS. Ko- Per lb. No. Pprlh- 1 Strong Black Tea Dust js. 4d. 6 Rich strong Oopack Tea o/41", 2 Good useful ditto ]8. 6(j. 7 Very rich full-flavoured Tea 33 4^' 3 Sittings of Assam, and other fine kinds. Is. 8d. 8 TbechoicestMoning,Souchooff &K&fcnw- 4 Very good strong family Tea 2s. Od. imported oa 8<i 5 Very superior choice Black Tea, to which the proprietor calls especial attention 2s. 8d. SPECIAL QUOTATIONS. Vo 4 61b. Bags for lis. Od. No. 7 61b. Bags for ,9g od § ,^s" 0cM » 8 » 20s.' Od' 0 » 17s. Od. I?e my '^ea» Who makes spirits freely flow, And AM a?d purity, Wisdom, wit, and humour too, And as choice BS it can be? By his rkre Assam Pecoe? MY GROCER. MY GROCER Who makes voices fit for sono- nm. 1. » 1. • Rich and mellow, full and T^th? h*nds. tme br'™min& cup, By his fine new crop Souchong? J,1 Jupiter to stip, Gun*owder>ihe finest crK grocer COLONIAL DEPARTMENT. Having for many years given the most particular attention to the selecting and roasW of Coffee, the proprietor can with confidence assert that, for richness of flavour, and a cor/fi U.u) scientifjc preparation his Coffees are uur.valled; indeed bi8 fan,e in the Metropolis is so ireat lor this article, that he sometimes experience a difficulty in executing the orH.o «• u- He i» happy to say l,e has bee., honoured with a very lZeV„d i„creS "J," C"S; to those who have not yet favoured him with a trial, he respectfully appeals for a oF e,.and even Wlth the higher prices of other establishments. PP f°P a Fine Jama> COFFEES. Finest Plantation *9 Essence above in bottles at Is. and 2s Ears and choice Mwha" and Ea'st'i'ndi*a m °fy reV"re* hfll) £ )va,*r t0 make a C«P uia Is. 8d. of excellent Coffee instantly. Finest Foreign Chicory. I Od. per I b. MISCELLANEOUS I)KPA RTM KNT. it to«y, VTS'wiU flTtle''stock an"1':tLC.'e/P.riM'? '» "lis pohtan Establishments. WINE & SPIRIT DEPARTNIENT. SPECIAL REMARKS. It is a subject of general complaint that the conrumer does not realize proportionate benefit from the late reduction of duty on Wine. To a great ext.-nt the fault lies with the consumer himself, and arises from his being fast wedded to old prejudices, that do not permit him fairly to recognize the benefit of the new ortler ot things. 1 he proprietor, buying direct from the grower, saves all intermediate profit-a fact that should not go unnoticed, as it enables him successfully to compete with the largest firms in the Wine trade. Families are assured that all the Wines and Spirits supphed by Jhis establishment are perfectly free from any adu!tera- tion, and each artit-le as pure as from the Vine. The proprietor calls particular attention to the following selected articles which be considers well worthy of attention. I hey cannot he surpassed either in price or quality by any house in the kingdom, and will bear favourable comparison with what is usually sold at double the price. WHITE WINES. 1-. -J-, No. Doz. Bott. No. Bo«- SHERRY, 1, agreeable light Wine 16s. Is. 4d. SHERRY,5, very soft,pale,nuttyflavor 30s 2s. 6d. Ditto, 2, excellent DiDnerWine. 20s. Is. 8d. Ditto, 6, ditto gold, ditto 30s. 2s. 6d. Ditto, 3, standard Pale Wine .j 24s. 2s Od. Old) RICH SHERRIES, s., Ditto, 4, standard Gold Wine .| 24s. 2s. Od. 48s., and 60s. per doz. MARSALAS. Marsala, finest imported 1 24s. 128. Od. I Ditto,good soundWine,grown inSicilyi 16s. lIs. 4d. WHITE FRENCH WINES. Sauturne, fine quality 18s. Is. 6d. | Burgundy, fine quality 18s. Is. 6d. Ditto, extra quality, recommended 24s. 2s. Od. | Ditto, extra quality, recommended. 24$. 2s. Od. RED FRENCH WINES. Claret, Yin Ordinaire, recommended 16s. Is. 4d. I Claret, St. Emilion, delicate after-din- Ditto,Medock,excellent dinner Wine 20s. Is. 8d. I ner Wine — 24s. 2s. Od. | Other choice wines, 30s. to 60s. per doz. RED BURGUNDIES. Burgundy ,finesoftWine,recommended 20s. Is. 8d. Masdeu, a full-bodied Red Wine, from Ditto, extra quality, highly recom- the South of France. It resembles mended 30s- 2s. 6d. old dry Port 24s 2s. Od. Roussillon,firstgrowth of vintage 1861 24s. 2s. Od. RED WINES. Port, 1, sound useful Wine. • • • • 16s. Is. 4d.. Port, 4, dry old Wine, recommended 36s. 3s. Od. Ditto, 2, fine fruity Wine. ^8- 2s-°d. J Ditto, Old Crusted do.,48s.,54s.,& 60s. Ditto, 3, full flavoured Old Wine 30s* 2s- M. | SPARKLING WINES. Champagne, fine quality, recommended I 42s. i 3s. 6d. I Champagne, fine quality, pints I 48s. 2s. Od. Who supplies me with old Port, Who, when all aronnd are merry, The richest and the rarest sort, the joke is pleasing very, Worthy of a Monarch's Court? Furnishes a brilliant Sherry ? MY GROCER. MY GROCER. Who the choicest vintage vends, h,0 Puts wit into my brain, And a rich Madeira sends „ lhoughts in happy train, To delight bis many friends? W a sParkling fine Champagne? MY GROCER. MY GROCER. SPIRITS. Brandy, Pale or Brown, very useful 36s. 3s. Od. Whisky, Scotch,very old recommended 38s. 3s. 2d. Ditto/ditto, highly recommended 42s. 3s. 6d. Ditto, ditto, 10 years old, unequnlled 42s. S.s. 6d. Ditto, ditto, Martell's finest imported Whisky, Irish, fine old, recommended 38s. 3s. 2d. in Wood 60s. 4s. 2d. Ditto, ditto, 10 years old, equal to Ditto, ditto, Martell's own Bottling 56s. 4s. 8d. Brandy 42s. 3s. (id. Hennessey's own Bottling 543, 4s. 6d. Rum, fine Jamaica •••• • 2-?. fid. Gin, fine London, very strong 26s. 2s. 2d. Ditto, extra quality, very oia ^0s. 3s. Od. Gin, fine London, very strong 26s. 2s. 2d. Ditto, extra quality, very old <K3S.,3s.Od. Gin, Old Tom, finest made 30s. 2s. 6d. Who provides me always handy who supplies me with old Very iSnest Cognac Brandy, When some auld "Lnngsynes have come, And as sweet as Sugar Candy ? Causing merry tales and tun MY GROCER. MY GROCER. Who, when friends ore flocking in, Who is it makes old Paddy brisky, Country cousins thick and thin, Positively young and Cheers them with a Cordinl Gin? By his Scotch and Irish W hlSl\l'Y 1 MY GROCER. MY GROCER. But Who's mv Grocer ?" you should know, You'll find his famous Mart below. titattfmttr* of tf)e A meeting of tl'S Senses took place t'other dav And surely wliat all the world says must be true, And the speeches were remarkably good, go they gay. The >Te» Season Teas are as fresh as the dew. I" aee," said the Eye," that the public go more I "pel," said the" Hand." that the money I count To'James's Tea Mart than ever before. is ,(aj)y increasing in bulk and amount; I'm sure X don't err in the le^st when I say And honestly chinks and drops into his till, That the customers flock to his counter each day. xhen goes to the markets its end to fulfil. I *mM » said the Sose," when I get near the ghop, T « taste," said the «' Ptdate," no Tea any where The fraeranee that comes from the *• eas^nt Crop. Like his famous SOUCHONG—beyond all co;npare^_ I'm oerfaint h a tTEA S—so delmhtfuy sweet, The flavour d. lights so that.J1 the .ia, ,throueh The nose of the Public roust gnvtefullly greet. kettle is boiling and waiting to brew. I've heard," said the Far," a great deal of talk Thug s))0ke the flve se,)ses, and each of them poli'd About his strong CONGOU wherever I walk. por the choicest of TEAS that ever was sold. JOHN JAMES. RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE, NORTH PARADE. ABERYSTWYTH. JOHN tnsriGHT'S PRIMROSE SOAP. AM°^S tl)e TOany advantages attending the opening of the New Railway Tea Warehouse, not the least is the Proprietor's obtaining the exclusive privilege of selling John Kmghl and Sons world-fained PrimfQse and other delcription 0f Soaps. This privilege will not be awarded to any other tradesman in Aberystwyth, by agreemenl between the Proprietor and this old established and distinguished Firm. T i^ knight and Sons' Primrose Soap, 5d or 4 £ D. by t • John Knight and Sons' Fine Pale Soap, 4^d., or 4d. by the Bar. T u 2? ^°ight and Sons' Pale Soap, 4d., or 3fd. by the |^ar* knight and Sons' Best Mottled, 4 £ d., or 4d. by the Bar. Observe the name on each Bar,—JOHN KNIGHT & SONS. JOHN JAMES, Proprietor. j NOTICE. •1. W. ROOERI, Auctioneer Valuer, RESPECTFULLY intimates to the inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood of Aberyst- wyth, that at the solicitation of many friends he intends carrying on the business of AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, and that from this date will be open to conduct Sales of Furniture, Stock, Merchan- T «nrd £ ,h.e1' ProPerty that may be entrusted to him. J. YV. R. hopes, by adopting a system of moderate charges, combined with strict integrity, to merit a share of public support. IMMEDIATE CASH SETTLE- MENTS the day after Sale, if required, and MONEY ADVANCED upon all descriptions of property consigned for absolute Sale. f f & NB -Reference to Bankers 2", Little Dark-gate Street, Oct. 26th, 1867. MARBLE AND STONE WORKS, SWAN HILL, SHREWSBURY. E. DODSON RESPECTFULLY begs to intimate that the Show Rooms contain a large collection of Marble, stone, II. Enamelled Slate Chlmner Pieces, Marble II. Stone Mural Monuments. Cemetery II. Churehyard Memorials, Fonts, fountains, Vases, eke. designs forwarded for inspection; and commu- nications by letter will receive immediate attention T. EUBB, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, PAINTER, AND HOUSE DECORATOR, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS respectfully to intimate that at the insti- 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 be way 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. TRY POOLE'S BREAD! 26, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, (Opposite the National Provincial Rank,) WARRANTED Genuine, and stamped "Poole" on I he top of every Loaf. H. POOLE also professes to sell Goods of every de- scription in PASTRY, of the very best quality,— VJZ 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 (or invalids and others, to order. ( British Wines-Lemonade- Soda Water-Sherbet- Ginger Beer, 4-c. Sfc. TALBOT WINE &, SPZRZT VAULTS MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWITH. JR. JONES begs most respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Aberystwyth and the Public tl,at ,ie l,as ,aid in an extensive Stock of WINES & SPIRITS, of the very finest qualitv, di- tiAi<KA08to^i ^d/ft'i'i!8"1ri"Casts, Bottled, or on Draft; also, FRENCH WINES, at the reduced duties, at the very lowest prices. 300 Gold and Silver Watches to select from, At Bos." &7, PIER STREET, Aberystwith. J. TRUSCOTT, flOattbmaktf. .'emeUn, ømttO, 01-TICIAN, ETC. Established, 1848. Gentlemen's Patent Lever Watches, in £ t. d. 1 8. d. strong Gol.1 Ca,es, frem 10 10 0 to 25 0 0 Ladies' ditto ditto, from 10 10 0 to 20 0 0 PatentLcverWatches,inSilverCases,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 Rings, and Plate sold according to weight. 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. No. 15, Pier Street, Aberystwith. A?, EXTENSIVE STOCK OF PRIJlB GTOARB. FANCY Toys, &c. ESTABLISHED 1854. 13, Great Vark-gatt Street Aberytttvith, DAVID THOMAS, vatcta and Clock Maker mnTJeweller, Silversmith,$c. The most Improved Watches and R«\8sgS»HF7 frSflt'lockt. a. very reduced prices. A twelvecionth's trial given ifrequired. Watches L blocks cleaned and repaired on the shortest notice. COLD WEDDING RINGS. ELECTRICITY IS LIFE. HEALTH AND MANHOOD RESTOltED (Without Mtdicine). Cure yourself by the Patent Self-Adjusting Curative and Electric Belt. SUFFERERS from Nervous Debility, Painful s Dreams, Mental and Physicial Depression, Palpitation of the Heart, Noises in the Head and Ears, Indecision, Impaired Sight and Memory, In- digestion, Prostration, Lassitude, Depression of the Spirits, Loss of Energy and Appetite, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Timidity, Self-Distrust, Dizziness, Love of Solitude, Groundless Fears, Sfc., CAN NOW CURE THEMSELVES By the only "Guaranteed Remedy" in Europe, pro- tected by Her Majesty's Great Seal. Details free for One Stamp by H JAMES, Medical Electrician to the London Hospitals, Percy House, Bedford Square, London. N.B.—Medicine and Fees superseded. In proof of the efficacy herein advocated, the Patentee will send the remedies to be tested before payment. (References to the leading Physicians of the day.) ELLIS'S PATENT ROOFING FULT, the best and cheapest WATERPROOF COVERING for SHEDS, &c., also as a lining under slates for roofs of public buildings, factories, &c. May be bad of respectable ironmongers, timber merchants, water- proofers, and ropemakers, and S. ELLIS & CO., MANUFACTURERS, 23, Strand-street, Liverpool. ABERYSTWYTH FOUNDRY. THE business of this Foundry is now conducted by "DURIE' & DAVIS." In addition to the manufacture of Steam Engines, Boilers, Planing and Sawing Machines, Water Wheels, Mining and Quarry Machinery, the general business of Millwrights, Iron and Brass Founders, is carried on. t The Stock consists of Steel for Boring Tools, Tram Rails, &c. ohn Fowler & t As Agents in Wales for Messrs. John Fowler & Co.'s Steam Plough and Locomotive Works, Leeds, we can supply Fowler's Steam Ploughing and Cul- tivating Machinery, Traction and Portable Engines, and Flowler's Patent Clip Pulleys for Inclines, and for Hauling and Hoisting by means of Wire Rope. Sole Licensees and Manufacturers in Wales of Harris's Patent Combined Cast and Wrought Iron I Waygou Wheels. DURIE & DAVIS. ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE AT 9, PIER STREET, AND 1, LITTLE DARK-GATE STREET ABERYSTWYTH. HU»H DAVIES Begs respectfully to annoAre that he is selling his Stock of Dress £ Jackets, Mantles, Shawls, and many other descriptiofctrf Goods, at an IMMENSE SACRIFICE, tc ■ufiake room for Spring Fashions. Carpets, last«ear's Patterns, considerably reduced. Nicoirs Ready^madp^5|g►thing, 15 per Cent, off last year's Stock. n- The Sale will only last few weeks.—Patterns sent Post Free on application. S. ALLtjQPP fc SON. G. CARESWELL, Agent for Aberystwyth, H ASberyI,w°thb"°a SUPP'y *"LD & B1TTER ALES. Office: 8, Portland Stnet, TO BUILDERS aZ OTHERS. Aberystwyth A Bornyeof Brich, Tile, &. Pipe Company, limited. C<P"nj'S r"d- And at Mr. D. H. Evans, Office, Railway Station, Aberystwyth. TRY ROWLAND EVANS' SOUCHONG, AW At 2«. 6d. per lb. UNRIVALLED FOR THE PRICE! SPECIAIi ^AafjJBliS FOR SPRING. GRIFFIN, MORRIS, AND GRIFFIN'S PATENT BONE MANURES, r p w Carefully prepared for the requirementscf every Crop. CERES WORKS, WOLVERHAMPTON> Agent, Mr. JAMES McILQUHAM, I ——————————————————- Bridge-End House, Aberystwyth. SYDENHAM HOUSE No. 25, GREAT DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. ~XKT „ ."TTTTT X T A urn .Begs most respectfully to inform the 1'ublic xhaine continues to Sell Off the remains of his Summer and Winter Stock, And has resolved upon disposing of the same at a great sacrifice; in fact, many Articles CONSIDERABLY BELOW COST PRICE, It being his intention to clear the whole off immediately, in order to make room for the new Stock for the coming Season. The Stock has been arranged ready for Sale; and W. T. W. has no hesitation in saying that the Public will fiod it to their advantage to accord him an early visit, the favour of which he earnestly solicits. TERMS—CASH. FRANKFORT HOUSE, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. EST ABLISiiED IN THE YEAR 1815- MKST LEOK "DEG8 very respectfullyt0 ann°unce to the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants of Aberystwyth, and the Principality genera^ly» that she has succeeded in arranging to RETURN to the old and well-known Establishment in Pier Street, which she intends To RE-OPEN IN A FEW WEEKS With an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of JEWELLERY, GOLD and SILVER PLATE. ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, WATCHES OF ALL KINDS, CIGARS, and FANCY ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. The Stock will be most carefully selected, and will consist entirely of NEW ARTICLES, No portion Of the Old Stock having been Retaken. MRS. LFON ventures to hope that she will continue to possess that support and patronage which she has received fo'' so many years, and which it will ever be her study to merit. Further particulars in future advertisements. Jin EDWARD ROBINSON, Watchmaker, Goldsmith, and Jeweller, Market Square, Shrewsbury, 4- London. I ONE of the LARGEST and most GENUINE STOCKS in the Provinces, combined with the MOST REASONABLE CHARGES. SECOND HAND PLATE. I ¿ I DISORDERS OF THE STOMACH I 0 Are the sources of the deadliest maladies. The Pills in such disorders cleanse H B the bowels, regulate the liver, bring the relaxed or irritated stomach into a f| natural and healthful condition. Changing sickness into health and strength. I AILMENTS OF FEMALES. At the two epochs in life the system undergoes the most critical changes, the Pills then become priceless in disorders to which the sex is liable and at the turn of life «*re a sure safeguard against evil and dangerous consequences. THE BEST REMEDY KlsTOWlsr EOS Asthma. Debility. Influenza. Stone and Gravel Bilious Complaints. Diarrhoea. Liver Complaints. Secondy. Symptom Blotches on the Skin. Female Irregularities. Piles. Weakness from WMX« Constipation of the Bowels Indigestion. Retention of Urine ever cause I Sold, with full directions, at the manufy. of Professor HOLLOWAY, 244, Strand, London, and by all Dealers in Medicine, in boxes at Is. l^d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., and 33s. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. | lis., 22s., and 33s. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. | _j f'¡'A' Aberystwyth Slate Works, MOOR STREET. Tomb Stones, Monuments, Chimney Pieces, CISTERNS, &c., MADE TO ORDER. N.B. These Works are fitted up with superior Planing and Sawing Machines, so that Floorings, nnd any order in Slate work, tan be executed with despatch. ELLIS & OWEN, Proprietors. FARMERS, POULTRY DEALERS,&C.~ JL Wanted to Purchase, Daily or Weekly, every description of Poultry established in a locality and surrounded by the nobility and gentry good prices can be had, and therefore can be given. Apply, with particulars, whether large or small quantities, to H. Iliffe, 20. Little Coram-street, Russell-square, W. C.—N B. The nobility and gentry waited upon in the nei n-Miourhood of Rusfdl-square, Bedford- square, T:ivistock-square, and a circuit of two miles, for daily orders hotels, clubs, &c, MR. INGLIS BERVOE ORGANIST OF ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH Teacher of the Organ, Pianoforti and Singing. 23, PORTLAND STREE1 Piano-Fortes Tuned & Repaired. Single Lessons given for the convenience of Visitor All New Music at half the marked price, and sent of post. HOUSE & SHOP TO LET. A Mt0ST comnjodious HOUSE AND SHOP T< -ril LET' new,y erected, situate in one of th most prominent positions in the town, (Little Darl gate-street, Pier-street,) to be let with immediat ?v'-neSSIOn'o ptrt,culars aPP!y to Mr Roderic Williams, Ruildcr, King-street, Aberystwyth. In the Matter of the Companies' Act, 1862 ê" 186: AND OF The Clara United Company, Limited. IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons claim- XI mg to be creditors of the above-named Com- pany, now m course of voluntary liquidation Tre required to send in forthwith to the undersigned, as Solicitor to the Liquidator appointed by the Com- pany, particulars in full of iheir respective claims so that the same may be examined and, if found cor- rect. discharged. Dated this 27th day of February, 1868. E. A. MARSDEN, 30, Walbrooh, London, f Solicitor. APPEAL. PARISH CHURCH OF LLANBADARN-FAWR, Near Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire. Diocese of St. David's. THIS venerable Fabric, lortg the pride of the neighbourhood, and admired by all intelligent strangers for its peculiar architectural beauty, is now in the most urgent need of repair. In another column will be found some account of its history and present condition. Drawings for its complete restoration have been prepared by an Architect of the highest eminence, Mr. J. P. Seddon, to whom the whole work will be committed. It is estimated that several thousands will be re- !ur entire restoration but Mr. Seddon »eports the Jvaye to be in the more urgent need of repair and it is therefore intended to set about this portion of the undertaking as soon as a sufficient sum is in hand. The following are the names of the Committee en- gaged in carrying out this work THE RIGHT Rfv. THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. THE YERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. DAVIDIS. THE VENERABLE THE ARCHDEACON OP CARDIGAN. THE REV. E. 0 PHILLIPS, M A., R.D., incumbent of A heri/xtin/th. COI.. PRYSE, M.P., Lord-Lieutenant of Cardiganshire, COL. POWELL, Kant- Kog. J SIR PRYSE PRYSE, BART., Gogerddan. 0. E. J. POWELL, ESQ Sant-Eot. .M_- THE VENERABLE THE AJIUHUMLUH UI 1UW. THB REV. L. GILBERTSON, B.D., Fellow ofJetut Colleae Oxford. THB REV. JOHN PUGH, Vicar of the Parish ^t^ £ eFr°^aith-' i or bY any Member of committee. A- iiEH PERRIh^ j WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. j Pronounced IS Be careful | j by Connoisseurs to ask for UNCI j THE ONLY" LEA & PtRRIHS" j •' UAitPDimn i"600D SAUCE," pgjj SAUCE. See name on wrapper, label, bottle, and stopper. Sold by Crosse & Blackwell, London, | and by all dealers in Sauces. I BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. « LEA & PERRINS, WORCESTER. fa- "■ JAMES FORSYTHE, LIVE STOCK AND MEAT SALESMAN, Newgate Market, London, RETURNS thanks to his friends for their patron- age since he commenced business, and assures them that consignments forwarded to him will re- ceive his prompt attention. Careful drovers attend train and boat. Bankers London Joint Stock. SWEEP YOUR CHIMNEYS! DAVID JENKIN JONES, 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 engatsed 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. MOCHO HOUSE, 12, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Established 1836. JOHN MORGAN, LAPIDARY & JEWELLER, PEBBLES CUT & POLISHED. All kinds of Jewellery made and repaired on the shortest notice- 0- The utmost value given for old Gold and Silver.
CHAT ABOUT TEA. Bless me wbat's the matter, What is all this chatter t It surely cannot be for nought; 0 I no. Mrs. B. gays the shrewd Mrs. G "It's ail about Tea that I've bought. My neighbour has got Such a Tea for the pot. I determined to go to his mart; And ne'er did I sup, J11 myoId china cup, Such a Souchong to cheer up the heart. And what do you think? It made my eye wink, When he told me the very low price, For the best Three & Four, He asked me no inorp, For a Tea-leaf remarkably choice. The first cup I took- An ague that shook My poor limbs, and made my heart wine*, All at once went away, On the very same day, And I have been well ever since. No wonder I told, The Tea that he sold, To all my good neighbours so pat. That's the buz that you're heard, And I say 'pon my word, Th* lpAf ia the t!bat." .e. O, then, Mr*. G., I'll go there for my Tea, My husband's so cross and so crusty, He w'ont drink a drop, Bought at you know who s shop, He says it's to state and 1,0 musty." APPLICATION. The Tea that caused this wondlrous chat, You'll always find und Tiinvha.se at JAMES' RAILWAY TEA WAREHOUSE, Wortli Parade, Aberystwyth.
L. — — V V l, TO BUILDERS. T)ERSCXNS willing to submit Tenders for taking fvp TAMpE™bniHinK the PARISH CHURCH OF LAMPETER- PONT -STEPHEN, Cardigan- sinre, 10 accordance with the AMENDED PLANS IKD ■ SPECIFICATIONS now adopted by the Committee, are informed that the said amended Plans and Specifica- tions will lie for inspection at the Office of DAVID by „v°w' E.sq-' Solicltor' Lampeter, from Monday, 9th March, to Saturday, 14th March, inclusive. Tenders upon forms supplied to be delivered by post, prepaid, on or before Monday, 16th March, adddressed to The Church Building Committee," 0 Lampeter. le Further particulars may be obtained from the i- Architect, Mr. R. J. Withers, 51, Doughty Street, e London, W.C. I k The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. R BY ORDER OF THB COMXITTBK, Lampeter, 28th February, 18G8.
Through Trains in connection with the Cambrian Railways. DOWN TRAINS. ,a. m. a. m.|a. m. a. tn. a.m. p. m. LONDON —Eust. dep. 6 15 B 0 11 20 Birmingham 8 45 10 50 1 45 u Wolverhampton. 8 18 11 28 2 22j Stafford 10 5 12 SO 3 25 •« Shrewsbury 1 45 1 45 5 45] Welshpool arr.' _2_85 g 85 6 40 •' London dep.: 6 15 9 0 ill-SO ^13 Stafford •« 10 0 12 45 8 20 0 20 £ ^we, i!0 60 3 40 5 20 8 35 «hitchureh a IT. 11 25 4 is •• 5 58 0 11 Oswestry arr.l 1 50) «« 7 Leeds • dep.I 7 50 11 01H # j (i ~4~q H uddersfleld 8 8012 51 2 80 4 C 4 35 Manchester Lond Bd.l 1 45 10 45j 1 sol 8 0 3 1." 0 so Stockport 7 58 II 51 1 50| 8 80 5 2t 6 50 Preston 0 8012 20 8 5 4 4 Liverpool, Lime Street 7 3010 30 1 16 8 43 5 ( 7 0 Warrington 8 1811 24 2 81 4 25 3 Sf 4J Crewe 9 0(12 80 8 40| 5 45 5 2i 9 Whitchurch 9 80 1 2 4 18! 6 20 7 1] 0 J1 Oswestry arr. 10 20| 1 12 '« 7 12 8 85 Hi 1 ken head dep. 8 35jll 30 3 35 4*50 Chester 9 2012 15 4 15 5 40 Wrexham 9 4512 39 4 39 6 25 «« '« Oswestry, O. West, arr. 10 80 I 50 5 17 7 15 •« •• Oswestry, Camb.T.dep.10 85 2 5 '• 7 20 J7~ Welshpool ill 80 2 50 8 S Newtown 12 8 3 25 8 37 Llanidloes 12 45 4 8 *• 9 16 Machynlleth 1 30 4 53 0 67 Borth 2 6 5 30 10 27 ABeRYSTWYTHarr. 2 28 5 55 10 50 «* Aberdovey .12 9! 5 24j "I ■* Dolgel ley, by'bus. arrJ 4 25! 7 20| In addition to the above, the train carrying the Bnglith maUe reaches Aberystwyth at 10.30 a.m. Thi. is only a passenger traia '0 from Newtown. tTP TRAINS. /a m. |a.m. a. m. a. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. Dolgelley,br'buB,dep. 7 0 IS 0 S 0 Aberdovey. 8 84 1 29 '« 4 40 ABERYSTWYTH. «« 8 0 1 5 3 S • 8 24 1 28 fl e Machynlleth ■■ « 9 5 l M e # Llanidloes « 9 40 «« 2 as «• 79# Newtown 10 30 3 28 8 • Welshpool 11 15 4 6 «$45 Oswestry •' «' 1 15 5 30 9 f Shrewsbury 8 30 12 801 16 10 10 | I Stafford 9 45 1 85) « 5 11 f ■ Wolverhampton 10 83 2 20 6 56 2 f H Birmingham 11 10 8 0" 7 30 i H LONDON iW *»j „ ■ <Sr::E:«R JStS'S'S!?*! I !S!8S;IS I Manchester 10 55 1« J M Wll 5 « ■ Huddenfleld 12 25 3 0 6 25 9 45 ■ Leeds W5 i__ £ ■ Oswestry, G.West. dep. 8 45 1 15 5 33 9 511 15 I Wrezham 9 84 H Chester 10 5 2 35 7 0 10 5 IS 1* H Birkenhead 10 43 2 35) 7 50 11 5l» H
XVSanchester A. Milford Railway* ■ UP TRAINS. WEEK DAYS. H '1 2 g 12 g I 2 g 128 12* H a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p. ABERYSTWYTH dep 6 0 120 2 SO 0 10 H Llanrhystyd Rood 9 10 1 38 A 6 M T lanilar 8 18 1 57 2 43 6 36 Trawscoed o o « • 7 ^ar"oFn0rida M ISS— U J S2S,? £ ■ r! (arr |l0 40 4 24 3 47 7 51 ■ Lampeter 10 45 4 35 3 50 7 55 H Llanybyther 11 8 5 0 4 6 8 10 Maesycrugiauill 18 5 20 A* 8 20 Pencader Junction 'II 88 5 33 4 18 6 S3. Pencader arr. II 35 5 35 4 20 8 S3 "["pencader dep ,11 45 4 30 s 45 Conwil ,12 10 4 65 9 15 Bronwydd Arms 5 0 9 28 H Carmarthen arr. 12 30 5 15 fl 40 -j Piirmarthen dep. 8 40 12 38 6 85 PS 1 Carmar, Junc.Jepi 9 25 12 40 6 35 > 5 St Clears » 41 J ,„l 5 82 (Whitland. arr.lg^ I 19'„ 5 jo 20 I 40 6 40 H a | Narberth -• Ta AM g Kilgetty tt Begclly JO 36 1 56 y £ Saundersfoot 10 41 2 I 7 10 £ ) Tenby 10 50 2 10 „ j Penally 10 53 2 13 I Manorbier ..11 9 2 20 •g I Lamphey II 18 8 31 § Pembroke ..H 28 2 36 J » P« L Pernbr. Dock arr. H 30 2 45 •j s- f Carmarthen dep, 8 40 1 15 5 20 *5 ^Llandilo arrJ 9 25 2 0 6» sfc 1 Llandovery ..j'O 35 2 45 6 56 f Llanw.WellsCh.j 3 30 >Carm. June, dep 9 0 1 0 6 27 ■ I Ferrvside arr.! 9 15 1 14 « Llanelly ..I 9 50 1 50 7 8 S. Swansea 10 25 2 35 7 48 '3 Neath 10 47 2 54 7 51 K Cardiff 12 38 4 38 9 0 E j Newport 1 5 5 4 • 21 ■S Portsk. June. arr. 2 <<i 5 59 Bristol arr.: 3 30'* 10 Chepstow 2 30 5 58 9 51 ■g Gloucester 8 40 7 5 10 47 S Cheltenham 5 5 7 25 „ M 3W Gloucester dep. 4 6 7 15 '2 401 S Cheltenham 5 5 7 25 „ M 3W Gloucester dep. 4 6 7 15 '2 401 I LONO. Pad, arr.! 9 30II 10^ f 95 •« DOWN. WEEK DAYS. 1 2 g 1 2 g 1 2 K I 2gi a.m. a.m ».m. ^m- •f^D„Pad-deP 8 10 lOdS'wS g. Cheltenham « S3 11 1012 55 Chepstow1" »5 1 45 I Bri?tSor dep «20 s 1012», B Portsk. June, arr (< 16 1 « £ Newport dep 8 35 1 45 2 30 • Cardiff i ? S > Neath 10 57 3 0 3 Swansea • 18 OH 10 3 28' 4 0 S Llanelly 8 4011 58 4 13; 4 45 5 Ferryside 0 11 12 3S 4 5 6 10 ICarm June, arr 9 2312 46 4 30; 5 23 t i LianwTW'Us Ch ''•* • £ J Llandovery dep 9 0 3 30" | ) Llandilo 10 10 4 3 V Carmarthen arr H 0j 4 56 K! f Pemb. Dock dep 8 15;10 45, 3 15 n Pembroke 8 23,10 53. 3 23 >. 1 Lamphey 8 27|10 57 8 27 g j Manorbier 8 37ill 7 3 37 £ Penally „ 8 45,11 16 3 48 Tenby. „ 18 5511 25: 6 « I Saundersfoot 9 411 35: 6 9 4 I Kilpetty & Begellv „ 9 911 39' 5 13 | I Narberth 9 2511 67; 5 31, o- 1 Whitland arr „ 9 40)12 12; 5 45| eS (Whitland dep „ 12 24 6 O) 6 ] St. Clenrs |12 39 g (.Carmar. June, arr |12 56 6 26 — f Carmarthi n arr 9 30' 1 10; J' Carmarthen dep 6 0 9 40 1 20j ° <! Bronwydd Arms 9 50 <« Conwil 6 2510 5 1 45| « U L Pencader arr 6 60 10 30i 2 10, j ■ Pencader dep 7 30 10 35 2 16 55" Pencader Junction 7 32 10 37,2 17 57 Moesyci-uifiau 7 52^10 49 2 81 12 Llanybyther 8 1511 2| 2 42 7 25 ( arr 8 3511 15 2 55 40; Lampeter jdpD 8 4511 20 3 0 8 0." Bettws ..8581128 3 10 8 8 Pont-L'anio" ..9 2311 42 3 25 8 23, « Trewron 9 4011 51 3 35j .8 30 Strata-Florida 0 512 7 3 52, 8 4S T "w^eoed .10 2512 26 4 12! 9 5 Llairilar 10 38 12 85 4 22j 9 15; Llanrhystid Road 10 50 12 45 4 33 9 2s! < BERYSTWVTH arr 11 01? 55 4 45 p 35' • To stop by signal only. Passengers wishing to "get out at these Stations must signify the same to the, Guard at the pi*» ceding Station.
ABERYSTWYTH TIDE TABLE, tttt SHOWING HIGH WATBB AT ABKBTITWTTR. March, 1868. b. m. h. n. A. II. P. K. Saturday 7 5 56 6 34 Sunday 8 6 52 7 IS Monilay 9. 7 41 8 3 Tuesday 10 8 26 8 48 W'eiiiifsday 11 9 9 9 29 Thursday 12 9 49 10 9 Friday 13 10 29 10 47 (Low Water about six hours after, I