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ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. ILETID Master—MK EDWARD JONES (in honours of the London University) Second Master-Mr C. R. DALGARNO, M.A. MR JONES, at the request of numerous friends, has opened a Preparatory School for boys from 5 to 8 years of age. Terms One Guinea per Quarter. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MR. INGLIS BERVON, ORGANIST OF ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH Teacher of the Organ, Pianoforte, and Singing. No. S, ISTIETW" STREET, Piano-Fortes Tuned & Repaired. Single Lessons given for the convenience of Visitors. ..8 All New Music at half the marked price, and sent by return of post. MARBLE AND STONE WORKS, SWAN HILL, SHREWSBURY. R. DODSON I) ESPECTFULLY begs to intimate that the JUj Show Rooms contain a large collection of IVSarble, Stone, & Enamelled Slate Chimney Pieces, Marble &. Stone Mural Monuments. Cemetery &. Churchyard Memorials, Fonts, Fountains, Vases, eke. Designsforwarded for inspection; and commu- nications by letter will receive immediate attention T. BTjiBS, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, PAINTER, AND HOUSE DECORATOR, ABERYSTWYTH, X) EGS 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 he may be favoured with, combined with very moderate charges, to merit public patronage and support. Rufford's Baths; Closet; and Urinals of various descriptions, suitable for gentlemen's houses. A large stock of Paper Hangings. 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, and any order in Slate work, can be executed with despatch. ELLIS & O.WEN, Proprietors. E. & O. having taken to the Enamelling Business recently carried on at the Aberllefenny Slate Quar- ries, are now prepared to execute any Orders in En- amelled Slate, in imitation of the most costly Mar- bles, at exceedingly low prices. A Book of Prices may be had on application at the Works, Moor-street, Aberystwyth. 300 Gold and Silver Watches to select from, At Nos.4&.7, PIER STREET, Aberystwith. J. TRUSCOTT, |kN rll '^CtPellcr' »t5ber= smitl). OPTICIAN, ETC. Established, 1848. Gentlemen's T strong q0J,| t t*ver Watches, in £ s. d. £ s. d Ladies' rtittn frem 10 10 0 to 25 0 0 °; fr°1'1 '0 10 0 to 20 0 0 Klat Ilnii, r'1Ps.inSilvrrCasps.from 4 4 0 to 10 10 0 01 batches, ditto, from. 2 2 0 to 3 10 U ■anted to perform correctly, & a Twelvemonth's trial given. Th • most complicated Watches repaired and ad- .)"s ed. Watch Glasses of every size and description htted immediately. fPW Golrl Chains, Wedding Ilinas, and Plate sold cording to weight. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS FOR THE NKR VOL'S AND DEHIT.ITATKI). R A single copy nf a new medical work, written by one of the most eminent medical men ot the present day, solely for the guidance and henefit of that, class of sufferers whose affections are often self-inflicted, and who desire a speedy and private cure, yet too often become the dupes of designing London quacks. For such sufferers this WIH'k is intended, showing a certain means of cure in all cases of nervous debility, relaxation, organic or local weakness, languor, •dushing, debility, and various other nervous symptoms "also showing how all the so-called impediments to marriage M'ay be effectually removed; with numerous illustrative CU<es of parties who have been restored to the blesj-ings of health by following THE advice laid down in this work ?*ENF tree to any address, on recpipt of stamp to prc-j.av postHge,-Address to the Secretary, Institute of Anatomy, ltinninghnni. CAUTIOX.- Part's of the above book have he!'n copied by se- ,,er,,il quaclis. Pel-sons should be careful in whose hands they ntrust their health, and read this work before applying to any one. THE ONLY SILVER MEDAL. First Prize- Paris Exhibition, 1867- out of27 Competitors. MOLLER'S COD LIVER OIL. .'MO LLE -Mrs. mm! PUREST NORWEGIAN. This celebrated Oilllgain obtained the only First PRIZE at the Paris Exhibition, 1867. making five Medals awarded. It is the best and purest made, and as such. invaluable in Consumption, Bronchitis, and Scrofula. Port Madoc, January 23rd, SG8. I have frequcntly prescrihed Moller's Cod Liver Oil .as sup- plied by MR Humphreys, Chemist, of Port Mad"c) to patients who could not take the ordinary kind of Oil and find that IWOST in nil cases it has proved most beneficial. IT is ea-ily re tained on the stomach, which is a "treat desideratum, and (-on- sequently gives Midler's preparation a derided superiority. K. ROBERTS, M.R.C.S.E.,and L.S.A., &c. Sold in capsuled bottles, half pints at 2s. 3d. each. by all Chemists. *.a See MOLLKLI's Name on label. T Circulars and Teslimoaials of Peter Miiller, 22, Mincing LVET. London, E C. Contractor to the North London Consumption Hospital. gent— J. DAVIES, North Parade, Aberystwyth. AMC E. ROBINSON'S London made Gpntje_ £ "• d- men's Gold English Lever Watch 18 18 0 E. ROBINSON'S London made Ladies' Gold English Lever WATCH 18 18 0 £ ROBINSON'S London made Silver English Lever Watch 7 7 0 E. ROBINSON'S Horizontal Gold Watch, Cn sIal Glass 12 12 0 Gentlemen's Patent Lever Watc ie strong Gold Cases 0 0 Ladies' Patent Lever Watches, in strong Gold Cases V 4 o Patent Lever Watches, in Silver Cases Silver Horizontal Watches ER. begs to announce that all Watches manufac- • tured by his London workmen are certified by him tobeofthebestconstruction, sound workmanship, and durability, the guarantee not being for twelve months only, but for a lifetime, accidents excepted. Those sold by him of country manufacture, ported from Geneve, are carefully examined, and the usual warranty given to the purchaser. Orders sent with a remittance or satisfactory re- ference will have immediate attention. All Watches are sent to the purchaser post or carriage free. PRESENTATION TIME PIECES. EDWARD ROBINSON, Watch & Clock Maker, MARKET SQUARE, SHREWSBURY, & CITY OF LONDON. WINTER 3PASHIONSO HUGH DAVIES DEGS to announce that his Stock of WINTER GOODS is now complete, having been carefully selected by himself in the LONDON and other Markets. The various Departments comprise the newest Fabrics and Styles-Silks, Fancy Dresses, Magdala Cloth, all Wool Serges, the Shot Droguet, Abyssinian Reps, Silk Reps, French Merinoes from Is. 6d. per yard, very cheap, &c., &c. A large variety of Shawls, the new Reversible Capes, Jackets, Waterproof Mantles and Costumes so much worn in Paris; Flowers, Feathers, Ladies' Straw, Velvet, and Fur Hats. A large Stock of Furs, Hosiery, Gloves, Fancy Coatings, Trouserings, Railway Rugs, Umbrellas, &c., &c. Nicolls' Ready-made Clothing-The newest Styles in Suits, Over- coats, &c., for Winter. N.B. A large Stock of Blankets, Flannels, Linseys, Calicoes, &c., &c, for Charities. No. 9, PIER STREET, AND 1, LITTLE DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS. A most extensive Stock of these Bedsteads is now ready for inspection AT B. H. DAVTS S SHOW-BOOM, IN QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. THESE Bedsteads are manufactured by the celebrated makers, PEVTON and PEYTON, -L of Bordesley Works, Birmingham, and Long Acre, London, and have the latest improvements. The Stock comprises Half-Tester and French Bedsteads, in Maple, Rosewood, rich Marone, White, Emerald Green, 8Jld other colours. lijgf Book of patterns, with full particulars and prices, forwarded on application. S. ALLSOPP & SON. G. CARESWELL, Agent for Aberystwyth, HAS now on hand a Supply of MILD & BITTER ALES. Office: 9, Portland Street, Aberystwyth. C- TO BUILDERS 6Z OTHERS. Aberystwyth & Bronygof Brick, Tile, & Pipe Company, Limited. BRICKS, FLOORING TILES, &C., supplied on the shortest notice from the Company's Yard. BRONYGOF. Orders received at the Manager's Office, Queen's Road, And at Mr. D. H. Evans, Office, Railway Station, Aberystwyth. This wonderful Ointment acts like magic in the cure of old wounds, sores, ami || ulcers, however inveterate. It's effect is marvellous in cases of paralysis, contracted |jj or stiff j oints, and in stoppage of the water or disorders of the kidney s it is unequalled Sj 33.A.D LEGS, SAJD BEEASTS, ETC. | In many hospitals in Europe this celebrated remedy is now in general use. & In Spain, Portugal, and in Italy, the Physicians regulai'ly prescribe its use for sores and ulcers. Sailors, soldiers, emigrants, and miners find it most invaluable. B The Ointment and Pills should be used conjointly in most of the following eases: | Asthma Eruptions Piles Sore Heads |j Bad Legs Glands, Enlargement of Rheumatism 1 ic Doloureux f| Bad Breasts Gout Scrofula Wheezing, with difficuUy of ;g Bronchitis Lumbago Sore Throats Breathing || OA UT1 ON:—None are genuine unless the words Holloway, London," are §9 discernible as a Water-mark in 'every leaf of the book of directions which may H be plainly seen by holding it to the light.— Sold at the manufactory of Profes- i sor HOLLOWAY, 244, Strand, London, and by all Dealers in Medicine, in pots at n Is. 1 \d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., and 33s.—There is a considerable saving by I taking the larger sizes.—Very copious directions for use are affixed to each pot. R TO THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED.— fiR. SMITH, the CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN for the cure of NERVOUS EXH AUSTATIOX, INDIGESTION, RHEU- M ATISM, DIMNESS OF SHiHT, FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS, WEAKNESS, LOtV SPIRITS, DEBILITY, and all Diseases resulting from error, continues to send gratis a copy of his invaluable work, THE WARNING VOICE (ISO p.p). Contains the PI.AIN IVIKECTIONS by which MANY THOt SANDS of Dr. Smith's patients were restored to health and full vigour of man- hood after EL CTRICITY, and all other FALSELY-CALLED REMEDIES without medicine, had failed. The work is IL- LUSTRATED with hundreds of Cases and Testimonials from grateful patients, n-ith means of cure used. Sent free by post, st'cure from observation, to all on receipt of a stamped directed envelope. Address, Dr. SMITH, 8, Burton-crescent, London, W.C. No. 1, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH JOHN EDWARDS RESPECTFULLY announces the return of Mrs. Pt EDWARDS from the MARKETS with a choice selection of Straw and Crinoline Bonnets; French Satin Rib- bons Millinery; Bonnets; English and French Bonnet Shapes; English and French Flowers; Fancy and Ostrich Feathers; Straw, Crinoline, and Leghorn Hats; Hat Shapes; Hat and Bonnet Ornaments; all the new Shades in Frosted Bonnets, Tules, and Satin; Silk Fringes in all colours; Plain and Bugle Laces A cheap lot of French Kid Glows. Millinery Boom, 40, Great Dark-gate Street /LEfl &FEKR1NS1 WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, j ¡ i j Proaouncei f J| Be careful | by Connoisseurs to ask for j I THE ONLY p^l '.LEA&PERRINSl i I: JUALPERRINSI ;"G00D SAUCE/'RJJ SAUCE. | See name on wrapper, label, bottle, and stopper. Sold by Crosse & Blackwell, London, and by all dealers in Sauces. I BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. æ LEA & PERRINS, j WORCESTER. ^ALENTINES! VALENTINES!! VALENTINES! The .TTENTION of the Public generally is called to a very Jjarge assortment, just received from London. Such Elegant emblems of love and affec- tion certainly could Not possibly be obtained but at this Establishment. JL he prices being low they are within the reach of all. In design they are pronounced to be charming. N ow is the time for those wishing to give proof of their LANDLESS af- fection, to examine the extensive and rich STOCK NOW ON SALE AT D. JENKINS'S. 8, PIER-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. LLEDROD & YSTRADMEURIG GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. THE above Schools will be RE-OPENED on TUESDAY, the 9th of FEBRUARY, 1869, under the management of the REV. LEWIS EVANS, B.A., of Oriel College, assisted by the REV. JOHN P. JONES, of Jesus College, Oxford. 0- Punctual attendance required. Ystradmeurig, Jan. 21, 1860. 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 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. PAINT! PAINT!! PAINT! BEST Anti-Corrosive, in any colour, at .d. lb. Patent Metallic, in any colour, at :d. ditto. Best Paint, as generally used, in any colour,at .id. ditto. Cans of 56lbs., 14s.; 1121bs., 27s.; 5 ewts., E6. Mixed and ready for use. Carriages paid to any Railway Station in England. Cheques and P. 0. O. payable to Francis Jay, Wood- ham Works, Vauxhall Station. London, S.E. N.B. Sample drums os. fti. and 7s. 6d. each. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. G. T. SMITH BEGS gratefully to acknowledge the kind and liberal patronage he has so l'>pg received in his Wine and Spirit Business, and to inform the nobility, gentry, and inhabitants generally ot the district that he has disposed of the same to Mr. GOWAN CLAHK. He respectfully offers his services as Auctioneer, Valuer, Accountant, and general Agent, or in any capacity where trust or confidence is required, and assures his numerous patrons and the public that no effort shall be wanting on his part to give them satis- faction. G. T. SMITH, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, ACCOUNTANT, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, No 6, Portland Street. FANCY REPOSITORY, No. 11, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH A. More,a-^isr BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Aberystwyth and its Vicinity that she has opened a NEW SHOW ROOM at the above address. A. M. has just received a large assortment ef Fancy Wool Work, Patterns, &c. BRIDGET MEYRICK, (Deceased.) Pursuant to the Statute 22nd t 23rd Tict., Chap. 35, intituled, "An Act to further Amend the Law of Property, and to Relieve Trustees." NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all per- sons claiming to be Creditors, or having any claims or demands against, or affecting the Estate of, BRIDGET MEYRICR, late of Queen's Road, Aber- ystwyth, in the County of Cardigan, widow,(w ho died on the 21st. day of September, 1868, and whose Will and Codicil thereto were proved, on the 13th day of October, 1868, in the Principal Registry of Her Majesty's Court of Probate, by Evan Griffiths and David Lloyd, the Executors therein named,) are required to send in the particulars of such claims and demands to the undersigned, the said David Lloyd, on or before the 1st day of April, 1869, after which day the said Executors will proceed to dis- tribute the assets of the said Testatrix among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims or demands of which they shall then have received notice. Dated this 27th day of January, 1869. D. LLOYD, LEWIS TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. HOUSE WANTED TO RENT, FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED, detached, containing 3 Sitting-rooms, and 3 or 4 Bad rooms. Also, Grass for a Cow, if on high land, preferred, but within a moderate distance of the sea, and of a Market Town. Apply, by letter, with full particulars, to P. Y. care of Lee & Nightingale, Liverpool. GOVVAN CLARK, (Successor to G. T. Smith,) WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, Ale and Porter Sealer, 24, GREAT DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Xmproved application of Water Power. THE TURBINE. MAC ADAM, BROTHERS & CO., ENGINEERS, SOHO FOUNDRY, BKLFAST, after Twenty Years of experience, have brougiijt their improved TURBINE to great perfection. It is applicable to all practicabl^Stfti^lrtfl of fall, giving much greater power from the water than any kind of Water-wheel. On Low Falls it has the great advantage of not being impeded by floods or back water. It is particularly well adapted for situations where the quantity of water is variable, and where all other Wheels fail. Its motion is extremely regular, and, when desired a Governor can be applied effectively This Wheel is at work in a great many places, of which reference will be given. ELECTRICITY IS LIFE. HEALTH AND MANHOOD RESTORED f Without Medicine). Cure yourself by the Patent Self-Adjusting Curative and Electric Belt. SUFFERERS from Nervous Dihility, Painful Dreams, Mental and Physical Depression, Palpitation of the Heart, Noises in the Head and Ears, Indccision, Impaired Sight and Memory, Indigestion, Prostration, Jjossitude, De- pression oj Spirits, Loss of Energy and Appetite, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Timidity, Self-Distrust, Dizziness, Love of c .1 Solitude, Groundless Fears,$c., CAN NOW CURE THEMSELVES By the only "Guaranteed Remedy" in Europe, protected by Her Majesty's Great Seal. Details free for One Stamp by H. JAMES, Esq.. (Surgical Mechanician to the Hospitals,) PERCY HOUSE, BEDFORD SQUARE, LONDOX. N.B.-Medicine and Fees superseded. In proof of the efficacy herein advocated, the Patentee w:ll send the Remedies to be tested. (References to the leading physicians of the day.) ESTABLISHED 1840- CAUTION. Avoid Counterfeits, I have appointed Wo Iaicensee A Test Gratis. Send for Details. N.B. -This is the only acknowledged Patent Invention■ as in use at the various Hospitals, and recognised by the Medical Faculty of Great- Britain. LAWSOlTii SCOTT, MERCHANTS, ABERYSTWYTH & LIVERPOOL. DEALERS in Linseed Cake, Chemical Manures, &c: Importers of Foreign Cigars, Wines, Teas, &c. Agents for Heating Gentlemen's Houses, Public Buildings, &c., on the most approved principle. Estimates given. MONTGOMERYSHIRE VAULTS, Princess Street, Aberystwyth. DA. REES respectfully informs his Friends • and the Puplic that he has succeeded Mr T. CORBETT in the business carried on at the above address, and trusts, by keeping for Sale articles of the best quality, to merit a share of their support. Wines and Spirits—Allsopps' and other Ales- Dublin Porter in bottle or on draught. Board and Lodgings for Visitors. ESTABLISHED 1854. Jr 13, Great Dark-gate. Streft Aberysttvith, DAVID THOMAS, Watch and Clock X&aker SilwTsmiflt, <$'c. W The most Improved Watches and ■wVBKSKr* Timepieces at very reduced prices. A tweheinonth's trial given if required. Watches & Timepieces cleaned and re- paire(! on tlte shortest notice. COLD WEDDINC RINCS. NOTICE. TRANSFERROR BUSINESS. ABRAHAM JAMES HEREBY begs to inform the inhabitants of the town of Aberystwyth and its vicinity that he has transferred the LEATHER BUSINESS hitherto carried on by him at 33, Great Dark-gate Street, to his son, EVAN HUGH JAMES, who in future will conduct the same on his own account. A. J., in thankfully acknowledging the liberal support he has met with. respectfully solicits for his son a continuance of the kind favours of his numerous customers. Dolvbont, Jan. 13tli, 1809. THE SPECTATOR. INDEPENDENT LIBERAL NEWSPAPER. Every Saturday, Price 6d., by Post Id. The Proprietors, who in 1861 purchased the Spectator, have since that date conducted it them- selves. They are therefore exempted from many influences which press severely on the independence of journalism, and have from the first made it their chief object to say out what they believe to be truth in theology, politics, and social questions, irrespec- tive not only of opposition from without, but of the opinion of their own supporters. Their object is to reflect the opinion of cultivated Liberals, but in the matter of the American War they fought against the mass of the very class they are trying to repre- 9 sent, and were finally acknowledged by them to have been in the right. In politics the object of the Spectator is to maintain Liberal institutions every- where, that is, the right of free thought, free speech, and free action, within the limits of law, under every form of Government but, nevertheless, to maintain that in a free State the power of the whole commu- nity may be usefully employed in constructive enter- prise in theology, to maintain the views usually known as those of the Broad Church in ecclesias- tical affairs, to defend the inclusion within the Es- tablished Church of every variety of opinion consis- tent with belief in the divinity of Christ, and the right of the State to control the Church and in social questions, to urge the faith that God made the world for the people in it, and not for any race, class, colour, creed, or section, with all the conse- quences to which that principle leads. The journal commands the best sources of infor- mation, and has repeatedly during this year been the first to make the true bearing of events apparent to its readers. Its object, however, is not so much to supply news as to express the feeling of the edu- cated classes on the news, and correct that vagueness and bewilderment of thought which the constant receipt of news in little morsels has such a tendency to produce. Original papers supply comments critical and ex- planatory on Public Events, Political Appointments, Law Amendment, Commercial Affairs, Personal Incidents, and Theological Controversies. The News of the current week is compressed into animated narrative, which the laziest or busiest may read, without missing the life or import of the events. Every important work is noticed as it appears, with a full and critical account, so as to let the reader know what the book is, what it tells, and what is its place among other books. Of nearly every work some report is given. Notice is also taken of the general course of Literature, its pro- gress, rights, tendencies, personal events, &c. The Spectator contains a List of all Books pub- lished during the week (not under one shilling in price), with the names of the publishers and the prices attached, a feature which will greatly increase its value to booksellers, librarians, literary institu- tions, and private gentlemen. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.— Quarterly, 7,. 7d.; Half-yearly, 158. 2d.; Yearly, 30s. 4d.; free by post. OFFICE 1, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND, LONDON. And by Order of all Booksellers and Newsvendors. TWO HOUSES TO BE LET, in Qneen-street, Aberystwyth. Apply to Mr. G. T. SMITH, Auctioneer. A LIST OF HOUSE & OTHER PROPERTY to be Let and for Sale. to be Let and for Sale. Apply to Mr. G. T. SMITH, Auctioneer, Aber- ystwyth. The Bankruptcy Act. 1861. In the County Court of Cardiganshire, holden at Aberystwyth. IN the matter of Morgan Evans, of Chancery, in the parish of Llanychaiarn, in the county of Cardigan, Tea Dealer, Grocer, and Publican, ad- judged Bankrupt on the 31st day of October, 1868. An order of discharge will be delivered to the Bankrupt after the expiration of 30 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 20th day of January, 1869. ROBERT EDWARD, High Bailiff. The Bankruptcy Act, 1861. In the County Court of Cardiganshire, holden at Aberystwyth. IN the matter of Thomas Williams, of the Prince Llewelyn, in the town of Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, Innkeeper and Bookbinder, adjudged Bankrupt on the 19th day of November, 1868. An order of discharge will be delivered to the Bankrupt after the expiration of 30 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 20th day of January, 1869. ROBERT EDWARD, High Bailiff. The Bankruptcy Act. 1861. In the County Court of Cardiganshire, holden at Aberystwyth. IN the matter of Abraham Jones, of the village and parish of LIanbadarn-fawr, in the county of Cardigan, Labourer, adjudged Bankrupt on the 24th day of November, 1868. An order of dis- charge will be delivered to the Bankrupt after the expiration of 30 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 20th day of January, 1869. ROBERT EDWARD, High Bailiff. The Bankruptcy Act, 1861. In the County Court of Cardiganshire, holden at Aberystwyth. PHILIP NICHOLLS, of the Druid Inn, Goginan, -L in the parish of Llanbadarn-fawr, in the county of Cardigan, Innkeeper, having been adjudged Bankrupt on the 22nd day of December, 1868, a public sitting for the said Bankrupt to pass his last examination and make application for his discharge, will be held at the said Court, at the Town-hall, Aberystwyth on the 10th day of February, 1869, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, the day last aforesaid being the day limited for the said Bankrupt to surrender. The Registrar of the Court is the Official As- signee, and Mr John Jo es Atwood, of Aberystwyth, is the Solicitor acting in the Bankruptcy. ROBERT EDWARD, High Bailiff. REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF THE "ABERYSTWYTH OBSERVER." N and after this date the "ABEftYSTWYTH OB- ON and after this date the" AnERYSTWTTH On- SERVER" will be sold at the reduced price of THREE HALFPENCE by post, Two PENCE HALF- PEXXY. Publishing Office, No. S, Pier-street. January 1st, 1t<li9. J. W. IIOOKRI, Auctioneer Valuer, 10. MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS most respectfully to inform the Legal Gentlemen, Farmers. 'I radiomen, and the general public of Aberystwyth and its neighbour- hood that he intends carrying on business as above, aud trusts by strict attention to all orders entrusted to him to justify their confidence, and he hopes with moderate charges to merit a share of pnl>lic patron- age and support Inventories and Valuations taken for the purpose of Probate accurately and impartially N.B. Sales settled and money paid over to em- ployers same day. Liberal advances made upon all description of Property consigned for absolute Sale. MINING lrLAXT FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD, by private contract, the whole or portions of the valuable PLANT & MACHI- NERY in and upon the PENPOMPREN & PENY- BANK UNITED SILVER LEAD MINES, Taly- bont, near Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire: comprising 2 Water Wheels, nearly new, (with iron segments,) 40 feet diameter, by 4 feet breast, and 12 feet dia- meter, by 4 1 feet breast respectively upwards of 750 feet of Launders to ditto; Crusher, with 30 inch diameter rollers double reversing improved Wind- ing Machine 600 to 700 fathoms of Wire Rope, with Pulleys and Sheaves to support ditto; 11 fathoms 9 inch Pumps 15 fathoms 6 inch ditto 20 fathoms 5 inch ditto 90 to 100 fathoms of Iron Pump Rods Electrical Signalling Apparatus, with 1,500 yards of conducting wires 400 to 500 yards of double iron bridge Train Rails patent atmos- pheric American Ore Stamps, with "speed gearing for ditto 1 Zenner's Rotating Buddle, 18 feet dia- meter 2 circular Buddies, with 9 feet wheel to drive ditto; 1 Office, (of Wood,) 12 by 10 feet square I Ore Bin Scales and Weights; Wooden Sheds 6 Jigging Hutches flat. Buddle, Trunks, Strakes, Dolly Tubs, Catch Pits, Sieves, Barrows, Tools, and utensils on dressing floors Kibbles Tram Waggons Balance and Pendulum Bobs Angle Pulleys Crab Winch Lifting Screw Chains Tackle Ropes sundry lots of Timber and Iron Work; Ladders and DividingBoards in shafts; I Horse and Cart, and 2 sets of Harness Patent Straw Cutter, and Stable utensils Assayer's Fur- nace and apparatus together with all the other sundry materials and appliances necessary to the working of an extensive Lead Mine, the whole plant being in good order, of recent construction, and of the most modern and approved workmanship. Ap- ply to Mr. Edward Gledhill, Manager at the Mines, who will furnish all requisite information and par- ticulars. Just published, price One Penny, JENKINS'S HOUSEHOLD ALMANACK, AND Year-Book of Useful Knowledge, For 1.869. CONTAINS the rising and setting of the sun and C moon a copious calendar; law terms postage rates tables of stamps and taxes; notes to the calen- dar, &c.; A small leak will sink a great ship; Causes and excuses for bad temper; Serve well, if ye would be well served A wise woman cheerfully taketh wise counsels Wholesome fare or, the doctor and the cook Drunkenness is nothing but volun- tary madness;" Golden gleanings, with plain mean- ings "Have not too much thought for the rainy day;" "There is that which maketh the simple wise;" and much other valuable and important matter. ABEKYSTWTTH PUBLISHED AND SOLD BY D. JENKINS. The Liverpool Seed, Bulb, Plant, Garden, Tool, and Agricultural Implement Warehouse, 12, CLA.YTON SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. JAMES CUTHBERT'S NEW Vegetable and Flower Seed Catalogue, now ready, contains all the new and earliest Peas, genuine choice new varieties of Garden Seeds, and will be forwarded to all customers and applicants. J. C. continues to pay his usual special care in selecting his superior Stock of Mangel Wurtzel and Swedish Turnip Seeds from growers of character. The same attention has also been given to the selec- tion of his large Stock of Farm Seeds of every kind, and calls the especial attention of the Farmer to his really pure Seeds of Red and White Clover, an article difficult to obtain free from adulteration. 0- Peruvian Guano, Linseed Cakef and other Feeding Stuffs. ABERYSTWYTH LITERARY INSTITUTE & WORKING MEN'S READING-ROOM. THE Second public ANNUAL MEETING will JL be held in the Reading-Room of the Institute on Tuesday next, the 2nd February, 1869, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, the Rev. E. Owen Phillips, M.A., President, in the chair, at which the Report of the Secretary will be read, and other business transacted. G. B. O'HALLORAN, Hon. Secretary. Friday, 29lh January, 1869. LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT.— Paris and Havre Exhibition Gold medals. CAUTIOX. None genuine without Baron Liebig, the inventor's signature being on every ja.r, accompanied by full printed directions. About 70 Pints of excellent beef-tea for lis., the present reduced retail price per pound. Finest, most convenient, and by far the cheapest meat-flavouring ingredient for soups, made dishes, and sauces. Sold by all Italian Warehousemen, Chemists, Grocers, Ship Chandlers and Provision Dealers. Xf your Hair Is weak or falling- off, try LEWTON'S CELEBRATED BOTANIC HAIR WASH. TESTIMONIALS from all 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. 65IR AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF PRIME CIGARS. FANCY TOYS, &c. FARM TO BE LET, ANI) entered upon at Lady-day next, all that FARM, LANDS, & PREMISES, commonly called or known by the name of TROEDYRHIW & GARTHGWYNION LAND, situate in the town- ship of Isygareg, in the parish of Machynlleth, in the county of Montgomery. The Farm Buildings and Premises are in excellent order. The Farm will be Let from year to year, or a lease will be granted for a term of years, according to terms. For further particulars apply to Mr Lewis, Garth- gwynion. January, 1869. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a separate building, called REHOBOTH CHAPEL, situate at Taliesin, in the parish of Llancynfelin, in the county of Cardigan, in the district of Aberyst- wyth, being a building certified according to law as a place of religious worship, was on the Sixth day of November, 1868, duly registered for solemnizing Marriages therein, pursuant to the Act of 6th & 7th Will. 4th, chapter 85. Witness my hand, this 27th day of January, 1869, HUGH HUGHES, Superintendent Registrar.


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