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G. T. SMITH, AUCTIONEER &, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, No. 6, Portland Street. AGENNT FOR THE SCOTTISH WIDOWS' LIFE AND ALLIANCE FIRE AND LIFE ASSORANCE SOCIETIES. ABERYSTWYTH. SUPERIOR FULL-LICENSED OLD-ESTAB- LISHED INN, in one of the most prominent Business positions in the town, where an excellent Trade has for many years been carried on, TO BE LET with immediate possession. Stock, Fixtures, and a portion of the Furniture to be taken at a Valuation. Apply to Mr. G. T. SMITH, Auctioneer, Aber- ystwyth. Bridge Street, Aberystwyth. G. T. SMITH HAS been instructed to SELL by PRIVATE CONTRACT the Excellent. Newly-erected INN, or TAVERN, known as the "MASONS' ARMS," in the occupation of Mr. E. VAUGHAN, and, the Neat and Commodious DWELLING HOUSE adjoining, in the occupation of Mr. R. WILLIAMS. Bridge Street, Aberystwyth. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY For Sale by Private Contract. G. T. SMITH HAS been instructed to to DISPOSE of FOUR Excellent and Substantial DWELLING HOU- SES, in the best part of Bridge Street. ABERYSTWYTH. VALUABLE Leasehold Ground Rents for Sale BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. GK T. SMITH HAS been instructed to SELL by PRIVATE CONTRACT the original Lease and Ground Rents arising from an important Property, compris- ing Part of GRAY'S INN LANE, the whole of GEORGE STREET, WILLIAM STREET, and POWELL STREET, and a Portion of MILL STREET. For further particulars as to the above Properties, apply to Mr. G. T. SMITH, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, 6, Portland Street, Aberystwyth. O-OGKEIETAISr. CS-BO. T. SMITH TJAS been instructed to SELL by PRIVATE n CONTRACT, All that substantially built and superior DWELL- V „ ^,L°WER and Kitchen Gardens, Yard, staples. Coach-house, and other convenient Out-isuildings and Appurtenances, in the occupation of THE Proprietor, Mr. GRIFFITH WILLIAMS The House contains Cellar, Dairy, Coalstore, Pantry, Kitchen, Breakfast Parlour, Drawing Room, Dining Room, 4 good Bedrooms, and 3 Attics. Also if de- sired, About 7 Acres of Arable and Pasture Land. For further particulars apply to Mr. GRIFFITH WIL- "ARMS> Goeinan; or to Mr. G. T. SMITH, Auc- tioneer, Aberystwyth. ov V MARBLE AND STONE WORKS, SWAN HILL, SHREWSBURY. R. BODSON RESPECTFULLY begs to intimate that the Show Rooms contain a large collection of Marble, Stone, & Enamelled Slate Chimney Pieces, R««.^AR',LE Stone Mural Monuments, cemetery &. Churchyard Memorials, Fonts, Fountain*, Vases, &.c. .Designs forwa,rded for inspection; and commu. mcations oy letter will receive immediate attention EPILEPSY OR FITS. FI T S.A sure cure for this distressing complaint is now M A "S18- PWU 1"A Treatise (of 48 octavo pages) on P f I !JTTt: «NDF^AT«E HERBAL Preparations" pub- I J S.lishedbyProf.O. PHELPS BHOWN. The prescrip- p T rn was discovered by him in such a providential T? I Q manner that he cannot conscientiously refuse to T- R -R A "MAKE U known, as it has cured everybody who has £ I T S" U8ED IL FOR PIT8' NEVER HAVIN? failed ita a single FIT T-TE- • THE INGREDIENTS MAY BE obtained from any FIT A""PERSONS desiring a copy may address FIT "«°-J>HBLTP8 BROWW> NO. 2, King Street, Co- three stomps ON' ENCLOSING stamp six copies, ¡.C C 1 PATENT CALVANIC CHAIN-BANDS. BELTS, I POCKET BATTERIES, 'T'HESE HIGHLY IMPROVED INVENTIONS RENDER Electricity perfectly self-applicable, in a mild sa 'mU0UP form, and extremely efficacious, no shock or utiplea- FOUNTR^'U0" EXPERIENced, whereby it becomes a true REANIM. F ,A"D vigour, speedily soothing agonising pains, AND TING,torpid limbs, reviving the sluggish functions of life, £ renewed energy and vitality to constitutions en- EURES „J?Y ,V^?U8T^TTTUENCE9' THE DAILY increasing number of SYSTIIS^ Y PULVERMACHER'S MEDICO-GALVANIC INVPNFMN 18 80 EXTENSIVE and varied, that it forcibly points to this ion AS the embryo of a universal remedy. ■1 t £ 2P0^0WING TESTIMONY signed by "<WE<6 °F T'LE MEdical faculty has been received:— FYIN^'THL^ ^"DERSIGNED, have much pleasure in testi-" "improvempn*1"'• L- PULVERMACHER'S recent" Appliancesfn LUR HIS VO,ATIC Batteries and Galvanic" ance to Sciem;N?]CAL PURP0SE8 ARE OF PREAT import-" "the considerat' ^'C'NE, and that lie is entitled to" "further the ad'v" AN<18UPPORT OF EVERYONE disposed to" Dated thu QF?N.CERNENT of real and useful progress." "SI„ OU\ WL AY OF March, 1866." SIR HE\SVE^^0C(>CK, Bart., M.D., F.R.C.P." "SIR W7U°^M B,RT., M D., F.R.S." "EDWD H «T^S80N. BART., F.R.S." "SIKTKAKDAT M D FRC-P" TFCTTR VPTJA/R MAKTIN, F.R.C.S." P of bTfNRXtpHER'S SYSTEM is also approved Royal Society of LONDON"RT>0F THE ACad«miede Medicine, Paris; AN<i the Imperial Facultv'nfv^UL COUE&E of Physicians, London; C°nfirtned bv thousands N? « LENNA; AND ITS curative virtues are Pamphlet gratis ) PNVATE testimonials of cures effected. ? PULVERMACHER'S • AIN"BANDS. BELTS, and BATTERIES B RN?HE> and NniDEafness, Head, Tooth, and Face B" ^FN-BANNK T 21H. to 80s. M PIL'R°AT. *JOSS °* Voice and other affections of the ^.IN^BAND8 F„" O- 10s. 6d. to 21». Y Paing X^OCN.1 TJ ? A, Rheumatic, Neuralgic, and T, PHAM. Paralysis, Cramp, SEC. ^ND8 FOR LNMK IBs. to 22s„ and 40S. Functional DISORDERU™BAGO, Indigestion, Liver, Chest, and „„ T.T X ERVOUS debility,;&c., worn as A Belt. .B. CHAIN-BANDS FOR 'WRITPU 22s. to 40s„ and 55s. ness, See 8 Cramp, Trembling, Nervous- B. COMBINED CHAIN-BANN 22s. to 80s., and 40S. General Debility, Functional NT Paralysis, Epilepsy, A complete Set of COMBINED CH8?TX? 30S. to 50S. CHAIN BATTERY for restoring V't -?ANDS, BELTS, and NO Galvanic Bands or Belts are genuine "ERSY TO ze5. .facsimile of J. L. PULVERMA CH Jh°'e bearing the label. ignatureon the CA1TTIOW.-A PERPETUAL INJUNCTION IN R„AAT CERY, dated 18th August, 1869, was granted to J. ? ™ CHAN- MACHEH against ALFRBD BABBOWS, alias C. D. HAMI»?A" "L'N> HENRY JAMES, alias C. T. RAPHBT, their ffents, and servants, i*estraining the said person or person. Penalty of £ 5000, from deceitfully advertising Belts, FCC., DE_ *«S1Vely ^Presenting them as electric. This ofcree is printed IW PULVERMACHER'S PAMPHLET of Testimonial!, JJ. REPORTS of cures containing likewise numerous extracts from STANDARD scientific works, viz., Dr. Pereira's Materia E^JF;LCA>" edition; Dr. Tanner's Practice of Medicine," 8th DISN.? AN(I Dr. Handfield Jones on Nervous and Functional tor ANTN' ^CC' 8ENTPOST free on application to the Sole Inven- ,A Patentee, J. L. PULVERMACHER, Q GALVANIC ESTABLISHMENT, ^00, REGENT STREET, LONDON, W. AN<L OF John Cole, Cliymist, Aberytwyth. ESTABLISHED 181S. FRANFORTHOUSE, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. MRSTLEON ™ RESPECTFULLY announces to the Nobility, Gentry, Inhabitants, and Visitors of Aberystwyth and the neighbouring District, her RETURN FROM LONDON with a varied and choice assortment of most superior Goods, which she is prepared to offer at unusually low prices. JEWELLERY of every description, including GOLD & SILVER WATCHES from the first makers; DRAWING & DINING ROOM CLOCKS of very excellent designs; JET GOODS, &c., &c. SILVER PLATE.-CABINET GOODS in Pearl, Rosewood, Tortoise shell, and Russian Leather. -Fine OLD DRESDEN SEVRES and INDIAN CHINA Rich BOHEMIAN GLASS PAPIER MACHE GOODS. A very large assortment of ONYX NECKLETS at extraordinary low prices. ELKINGTON & Co's ELECTRO PLATE.—TELESCOPES FIELD & OPERA GLASSES.—ABERTST- WYTH PEBBLES Cut and Mounted.—WATCH GLASSES & KEYS FITTED.—GENUINE FOREIGN CIGARS. MRS. LEON wishes lo draw particular attention to a rare and beautiful assortment of CHINESE and JAPANESE GOODS, which are now on view, and which she has imported direct from China and Japan, including WORK-TABLES inlaid with Ivory of the most exquisitely perfect manufacture; Carved Ivory CHINESE JUNKS, and other Ornaments of great value and beauty. WATCHES AND JBWBMLEaMT SEPAIBED ON TBS PREMISES. es- All Orders attended to with the greatest punctuality. I S. ALLSOPP FC SON. G. CARES W ELL, Agent for Aberystwyth, HAS now on hand a Supply of MILD & BITTER ALES. Office: 9, Portland Street, Aberystwyth. CLOVER. AND OTHER SEEDS. THOMAS GRIFFITHS, General Grocer and Seedsman, OPPOSITE THE GOGERDDAN ARMS AND LION ROYAL HOTEL, BEGS to call the attention of Farmers to the 1ar»e Stork of AGRICULTURAL SEED he has just laid in, and which he g'uarmitees to he of the best quality. T. G. takes this opportunity to return his sincere thanks to his numerous Customers for the I support they have atforcied hint during the many years he has been its Business, and begs to assure them that It will he his coostaut study tu merit a continuance of their kind favours. Fine Cowgrass Clover Fine Red Welsh Clover I „ Red English ditto Alsike ditto White Dutch Trefoil and Pacev's Scotch Perennial Ryegrass, from 18lbs to 281bs. Bushel- Also, a laree S'<». K -it KNULI*H end UVM, V RTI H KS — IIIP latter Io:'own Itt Paniyreryrod, near Aberayron, ar.d at (Jilla"yr,IHt!PII, i.enr Llni.H-ih — l.tli phew .-f]. hratp.i t..r itiis particular Crop. The whole ol fill hl)"v" :o.Ppfl.f tio- IVfJ k„„i9< hmt h.). ^1-tP.I from the very best stock known, aiul grow., unit V,e:,t <•«.»■; iluy ill, r. |„re .-itiniMi tail i.. -ive vi-ry ^aiisiH. trori to thp purchaser. CARSONS P A t N T, PATRONISED BT HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, THE BHITTSH GOVERNMENT, I THE COLONIAL GOVERNMENTS, I RAILWAY and CANAL COMPAN#.S, THE INDIAN GOVERNMENT, | THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT, | COLLIERIES, IRON MASTERS, 7,000 OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY, For all kinds of OUT-DOOR WORK, And is proved, after a test of upwards of 70 years, to surpass any other Paint. It is especially applicable to Irun Rooting, Park Fencing, Farm and other Buildings, Bridges, Hurdling, Farm Implements, Carts and Wagons, Gates, &c. &c., and all exposed work, effecting a Saving of more than 50 per cent., as it is cheaper, and lasts twice as long as Genuine White Lead or any other paint, and CAN BE T. A ON BY UNSKILLED LABOUR. It is sold in a One powder. Wffl keep any length of tijne. No. grinding, tinting, straining, or dryers are npuewwry- It requires simply to be mixed with Oil Mixture," according to Directions for Use, and at same time avoiding the objections to all paints sold mixed ready for use. Per Cwt, COLOURS. PerCwt. TRADE MARK Bright Red Light Stone 1 Dark Red J Bath Stone I Chocolate Cream ooloor V80fc Purple Brown ?26s- L'^ht Portland Stone 1 F PAINT ln| Ml Black Portland Stone A LanurAcruflEBronze Green ) Buff (for Stables). J WweMi»oJ^^af Bright Green Oak colour I™. Medium Green Lead colour J IUTM>ODeep Green Light Lead n Slate 28B. Blue I Prepared Oil Mixture for the Anti-Corrosion. Oils, Turpentine, Varnishes, Brushes, fee. CARSONS' PAINT, For PUBLIC EDIFICES, MANSIONS, VJMF8' lW11! °-L?^CK' Stone» Compo, &c., is unrivalled, and is the only Paint that will effectually resist the rays of the sun upon M Conservatories, Greenhouses, Frames, &c. 8 Ctyrt. delivered CARRIAGE FBKK to ali RAILWAY STATIONS in the United Kingdom. Patterns and Testimonials sent foa /free on application. No Agents WALTER CARSON & SONS, LA BELLE SiTOOEJJgWKlME E.C. And Sl, U.,ALIC, DUBLIlf. CARSONS' JlijiB PAINT. H 0 L Lt,O w I y is p I L si ——j OF TUB STOMACH Are the sources of the deadliest maladies. e x*ills in such disorders cleanse the bowels, regulate the liver, bring the relaxed or irritated stomach into a natural and healthful condition. Changing sickness into health and strength. AZXMXMMT-ZS 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 are a sure safeguard against evil and dangerous consequences. THE BEST BBMED? KNOVTN FOR Asthma. Debility. Influenza. Stone and Gravel Bilions Complaints. Diarrhoea. V>ei OTT1P^aints. Secotidy. Symptoms Blotches on the Skin. Female Irregularities. »^8. Weakness from what* Constipation of the Bowels Indigestion. en 10n of Urine ever cause Sold, with full directions, atthemanufy. of Professor HOLLOWAY, 244, Strand, London, and by all Dealers in Medicine, in boxes at ls.lid.,2s 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., and 33p. There is a considerab e sa\ing by taking the arger sizes. I I PROTECTION FROM'FIR ,IT /is OE AfA4,, ygMfUGHT ONLY ON THE BOXjU^J ^%TSAFETY THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST DANGEROUS IMITATIONS ME1A.ID0"W" mRADESMEN'S BUSINESS ADVERTISE- — — J. MENTb are inserted in the ABERTSTWYTH fTiO BE SOLD, about Five Tons of last year's OBSERVER—the only paper printed in the town,and A Growth, in quantities to suit purchasers. Ap- widely circulates—at One Shilling per inch per week, ply to Richard Owen, Cwmcynfelin. if ordered for not less than three months. THE ABERYSTWYTH MARKET & PUBLIC HALL COMPANY LIMITED. Incorporated under the Companies' Acts 1862 and 1867, the liability of each Member being limited to the amount of his Shares. CAPITAL JB8000, IN 1600 SHARES OF R5 EACH. PRESENT ISSUE 600 SHARES. Deposit 5s per Share on Application, and5s. on Allotment, the remainder at intervals as required. Should no Ailotment be made the Deposits will be returned in full. CHAIRMAN. JOHN M A TTH EWS, Esq, Mayor of Aberystwyth. BANKERS. THE NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK, Aberystwyth. SECRETARY pro tem- MR. DAVID LLOYD, Accountant at W. H. THOMAS, Esq., Solicitor. The Directors to be chosen at the First General Meeting of the Shareholders, of which due notice will be given. The Articles of Association are strictly limited to those prescribed by the Act of Parliament. PROSPECTUS. I THE Company has been established to supply a want long felt by the flourishing and rapidly rising town of Aberystwyth—viz., a spacious Market for Corn, Meat, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Butter, Cheese, Eggs, &c., &c., of an area suitable to the increased prosperity of the town, the present Market being wholly insufficient for the purpose. I It is proposed to build an extensive Market on Corporation Ground facing Terrace Road, I with additional entrances from Baker Street, and an area of about 10,000 square feet. This is the finest site in the town, and being the leading thoroughfare from the Railways to the Marine .a Terrace, is the part most frequented by visitors and others. The land has been secured upon extremely advantageous terms, based upon an impartial survey and valuation, the Vendor of the land in Terrace Road taking for the same JE600 in cash, and JE400 in fully paid-up Shares, and Mr. ELIAS. DAVIES and Mr. ERASMUS JONES jEoO each tor the gardens at the rear. As it is proposed to form entrances from Baker Street, two houses have been secured therein for the purpose. In order that the town may possess a large and commodious Market this season, without the delay caused by the erection of the permanent building, the Vendor proposes to erect at once a TEMPORARY M ARRET, to be opened on or about the 9th of May next, drawings of which can be seen at 51, North Parade. The Vendor guarantees 5 per cent. upon all Shares subscribed of the present issue for two years. In order to render this Market a strictly municipal one, a proposal will be submitted to the Shareholders, at the First General Meeting, to the effect that upon an efficient application of the Local Act compelling the use of our Market, all profits over 71 per cent. will be divided between the Shareholders and the Ratepayers, and an approved number of the Town Improvement Com- missioners shall be ex-officio Directors of the Company. Municipal Markets in this country are in nearly all cases great pecuniary successes. Car- marthen Market was let, for the present year, to the highest bidder for JE1490, and there is every reason to believe that this enterprise, efficiently carried out, will be equally remunerative to the Shareholders. No fees or promotion-money have been, or will be, paid to any one in respect of the forma- tion of this Company, the whole of the money subscribed being devoted to the legitimate busi- ness of the undertaking. Prospectuses and Forms of Application for Shares can be had of the Bankers; of JOHN MATTHEWS, Esq., Mayor; Thom^s, Esq., Solicitor; J. J. ATWOOD, Esq., Solicitor; and J. PELL, Esq., Aberystwyth- M A large number of Shares are already subscribed for. Immediate application should be made to the Bankers for the remainder, as the subscription list will only be open for a few days. SUMMER FASHIONS. No. 9, PIER STREET, AND 1, LITTLE DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYStWYTH. HUGH DAVIES BEGS respectfully to announce that he has RETURNED FROM LONDON with a choice JD selection of (7oods tor the Slim me, Season. His Stock consists of the NEWEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE TEXTURES & STYLES in Dresses, Shawls, Mantles, Jackets, Ready-made Morning Dresses and okirts, Hosiery, Gloves, Umbrellas, Parasols, Lace and Muslin Goods of all kinds, Flowers, leathers, Straw Hats, and various other Fancy Articles. A large Stock of Sheetings, Damask, Chintz, Dimities, Carpets, Floor Cloths, aud every requisite Article in the Furnishing Department. Also, new Trouserings, Broad Cloth, Ready-made Shirts, Ties, &c., &c. New Stock of Nicoll's Ready-made Clothing. JOHN JAMES, LONDON & ABERYSTWYTH -WUOLE8.LE & DETAIL TEA, WINE, AND SPIRIT STORES, 51, NORTH PARADE. sole; Agent for Bass & Co's Pale & Burton Ales. „ „ Guinness's Dublin Stout. „ Martell's Brandy. „ „ Hennessy's ditto. „ "Moet & Chandon's Champagne. „ • „ Fisse, Thirion, & Co's ditto. „ „ Max Greger's Hungarian Wines. Cross & Blackwell's Goods in great variety.. 1 Ø'" FAMILIES AND THE TRADE SUPPLIED. 4 t1 SYDENHAM HOUSE. t 1 It i: It I NI H I T II. t WILLIAM T. WILLIAMS JgEGS to announce his return from LONDON with a CHOICE SELECTION of the most Fashionable Goods for the Summer Season. ( ] The Stock will be found replete with all the prevailing NOVELTIES, and is now ready for inspection. flsjS" The favour of a Call is respectfully solicited. I 1 J. W. ROGERS, Auctioneer. Valuer, & General House Agent, MANCHESTER HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH. SALES of every description of Property in town or country conducted with punctuality, com- bined with moderate charges. Sales and Valuations, Accounts Audited, and Debts Collected upon reasonable terms. Cash advanced, and all Sales promptly settled. TO BE LET, IN a Genteel Villa, situate one mile from the fashionable Watering Place of Aberystwyth. One SITTING ROOM and Two BEDRROOMsi comfortably Furnished. Apply for particulars to J. W. ROGERS, Auctioneer, House Agent, &c., Manchester House, Aberystwyth. SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. THE largest Mutual Life Office in the United Kingdom. Realised Fund exceeds £ 5,000,000 Annual Revenue £ 600,000 Floating Policies amount to jE14,370,369 Profit realised during the seven ) lfto ,ft„ years ending 1866 amounted to ] Jfc,,d4»ltK, ,us*Ia- The whole of which was divided amongst the Policy holders. R. WEBSTER, Agent. ESTABLISHED 1835. LAWN MOWERS & GARDEN ROLLERs. GREENS' PATENT LAWN MOWERS have proved to be the BEST, and have carried off EVERT PRIZE that has been given in all Cases of Competition. MANUFACTURERS OF GALVANIZED WIRE NETTING. GREENS' PATENT HOT WATER BOILERS. Drawings and Pnce Lists free on Application. THOMAS GREEN & SON, SMITHFIELD IRON WORKS, LEEDS, and 54 & 55, Blackfriars Road, London. S. ESTABLISHED 1809. MR. H. M. JONES begs to intimate to his numerous patrons and friends that he has entered into Partnership with his Son (an eminent Dentist), and the Practice will henceforth be con- ducted by the firm of Messrs. H. M. JONES & SON, Surgeon Dentists, M.C.D.E., 19, NCRTHAXPTON PLACE, Swansea, who invite inspection of their numerous improvements in Dentistry. One of the firm in constant attendance, and will be happy to render every information gratis. Children's Teeth simply and successfully regulated* An entirely new system of perfectly painless operating. Pure Air, rVaB WATER, and wholesome Food, Are the great essentials to good Health. THE NEW FILTER, Being the only one that Removes Lead and Lime and Sewage from Water. LIPSCOMBE'S PATENT SELF-CLEANING CHARCOAX. FILTER, SOLD by the INVENTOR and PATENTEE, TEMPLE BAB, LONDON and at B. HUGHES's, Ironmonger, opposite the Town dock, Aberystwyth. LEAMINGTON'S KITCHENERS. "—Z"I_ BBIZE K I TOil Ell E I PARLOUR & DRAWING ROOK GRATES. FENDERS & FIRE-IRONS. Iron Bedsteads, Mattresses* Paillasses, Featherbeds, 4c. Best Sheffield Cutlery.-Japanned Ware oj all kinds. BATHS AND PERAMBULATORS TO HIRE. BW Warehouse adjoining the Corn Market, Little Dark-gate Street. 1854. .0.13. Great Dk-gate St. ABERYSTWYTH. DAVID THOMAS, watclun^er -of Watches cleaned and repaired on the shortest notice. Jewellery repair- ed and made to or- der. WEDDING RINGS Gold Chains, &c. E R & RR I j WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. ] Pronounced pw Be careful by Connoisseurs to ask for THE ONLY ^Q"LEA&PERRW8"i i"0OOD SAUCE,FCJ SAUCE, j I See name on wrapper, label, bottle, and i, stopper. Sold by Crosse & Black well, London, • and by all dealers in Sauces. I BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS, j LEA PERRINS, i j WORCESTER. [ READ THE WARNING VOICE. A SPECIAL WORK FOR PRIVATE IN- STRUCTION. By HENRY SMITH, M.D., of the University of Jena, Author of the" People's Guide to Health," THB WARNING VOICE, a medical work (166 pages) giving the NEW SPECIAL TREATMENT oure of Nervous Debility. Painful Dreams, Mental HmjT^"y8*0!al ^Depression, Palpitation of the Heart, Noises in the n^aaana Ears, Indecision, Impaired Memory, Indigestion, wostr&tion. Lassitude, Depression of Spirits, Loss of Energy and Appetite, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Timidity, Self Dis- trust, Dizziness, Love of Solitude, Groundless Fears, &c. With New Chapter on the Use and Abuse of ELECTRICITY for the Cure of Nervous Debility. Contains many letters from patients who have tried the so-called remedies without medicine, proving that ELECTRICITY F8; NOT LIFE. ILLUSTRATE* with Cases and Testimonials from grateful patients WITH KBA^epjp: TIUBK USKD in each am. Seht free by post to any address, secure from observation, on receipt of two stamps. Addr. H. Smith, 8, Burton Crescent, London, W.C. IMPORTANT TO COUNTRY PATIENTS. CONSULT A LONDON PHYSICIAN WITHOUT FEE.—Dr. SMITH will, for the Benefit of Persons suffering from NERVOUS DEBILITY, &c., on receiving a description of their case, send his written opinion, with advice and directions, for the most successful treatment and cure. Address Dr. H. Smith, 8, Barton Crescent, London, C. W. BAZAAR, IN AID OF THE NEW ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, ABERYSTWYTH. THE above BAZAAR of Useful and Ornamental i. Articles will be held towards the end of JULY. Contributions in Articles or Money will be thankfully received by MBS. ROWSE, TREASURER, MRS. THOMAS, SECRETARY, Or any of the Ladies connected with the Church. LLANDRINDOD WELLS. LlAlTBRCH HOTEL. TillS old-established Family Hotel and Board- iL ing Hofise is now ready for the reception of vsitors. Terms, from the 1st of April until the 15th of June, £1 15s. per week, including Board, Lodg- ings, and Attendance. After that date, £ 2 2s. per week. E. DAWSON, Proprietor. BENSON'S WATCHES CLOCKS GOLD JEWELLERY Of all kinds. Ofallkintll. Of Nemett Designs. DRAWTNC-ROOM BRACELETS HORIZONTAL DINING-ROOM BROOCHES ^O^OMCTER CARRIAGE EAR-RINGS CHURCH LOCKETS CHRONOGRAPH HALL AND SHOP NECKLACES Mr BENSON, who holds the appointment to H.R.H. the Prince ?• v 48 published two Pamphlets, enrich and embel- lisned with Illustration—one upon Watch and Clock Making, and the other upon Artistic Gold Jewellery. These are sent post free I?" "I,6?0 Persons living in the country or abroad can select the article required, and have it forwarded with perfect safety. 25 Old Bond Street; and the City Steam Works, sa 4b 60, lau.dgpa.te Bill, London. PURE AERATED WATERS. Ellis's Bnthln Soda Water Bilis*SatlitnPotasswater EU1*But3iin SeltserWa- Ellis's Lemonade Ellis's Uthia Water 3r Lttbla aDd Potau 8BI11s,.aUtlaba80dawater Water FOR GOUT-the last-named is a splendid remedy. IIVBaT COSX IS 8SASSSO "R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN," and every label bears their trade mark, without which none is genuine. Sold by Chemists, Hotel Keepers, Con- fectioners, and Wholesale only from R. ELLIS & SOB, Ruthin, North Wales. A Hint to Visitors and Others. MARGARET JONES, OF THE "MERIONETHSHIRE ARMS," North-gate Street, Aberystwyth, DEALER IN LEFT-OFF APPAREL, BEGS to thank the Inhabitants of this Town and Neighbourhood, as well as the Visitors, for the support she has received during the last 20 years, and respectfully solicits a continuance of their kind favours. M. J. would be happy to wait personally on any parties who may have useless or unfashionable Attire to dispose of. jt sppji k O C E. S, JAaj, i {TABLE DELICACIES, I; Of the Highest Quality, Manufactured by POSSE*blackwell; JIP"' PURVEYORS TO THE QUEEN. j PBOPBXETOB8 OT j! CAPTAIN WHITE'S ORIENTAL PICKLE |j AND CURRY PASTE. j i Sold retail in all parts if the fforid, and Wholesale at the Manufactory, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON. WIZt *A,IS gHI,fnwi' 300 Gold and Silver Watches to select from, At ZTo. 4, )1 PIER STREET, Aberystwith. J. TRUSCOTT, Haatrijisafcer. ="-$. «etoellet, &tlbn> *mitt, v °pticijln> ETC. Established, 1848. Gentlemen's Patent Lever Watches, in £ s. d. £ s. d. strong Gold Cases, from 10 10 0 te 25 0 0 Ladies, ditto ditto, from 1010 0 to 80 0 0 PatentLeverWatches.inSilverCases,from 4 4 OtelOlO 0 Plat Horizontal Watches,ditto, from. 2 2 "to 810 « Warranted to perform correctly, & a Twelvemonth's trial given. The most complicated Watches repaired and ad- justed. Watch Glasses of every sixe and description fitted immediately. 8&r Gold Chains, Wedding Rinas, and Plate sold according to weight. hhihhbmh ZP-a.te:I3"T Metallic Air-tight Coffins, COmiOMC AU the advantages of Wood Shell, Lead and Oak Coffin. The most eminent Medical Practitioners have given certificates testifying as to the superiority of these Coffins over all others in a sanitary point of view, and as a complete preventive to the spread of contagious disease. They are specially adapted for M& conveyance to any distance, by rail- way or otherwise. The Coffins are covered with black, white. arev, or crimson cloth or velvet, and furnished with linings and choice designs of furniture, as selected, and they are considerably lighter and con- sequently more easily removed than Lead Coffins, with their necessary wood coffin and shell, being also better adapted for the purpose. Undertakers and others requiring these Coffins, should apply to the PATENT METALLIC AIR- TIGHT COFFIN CO.. LIMITED, 158, GREAT CHARLES ST., BIRMINGHAM, or to any of the Company's appointed Agents. A Coffin of any sixe can be Bent off at an hoar's notice. MOLLER.y ?-COE) LIVER Gained the only First Prizes at the Great Exhibitions of London. Paris, SEE. IT IS NOT SUFFICIENTLY CONSIDERED by those who take Cod Liver Oil, that the quality depends upon the condition of the fish. The Lofoten Waters, in Norway, are the only known district where the cod migrate for the purpose of spawning, and consequently in an excellent condition-the other large flshingpj^es being visited merely as feeding grounds, the fish are caHg*t*,a poor and emaciated state. Hence the well known superiority of Lofoten Oil; many reject, however, the light brown (first introduced1) on account of its unpleasant taste arising from its being prepared from putrid livers. PETER therefore, by a special process and extracting only from lelected livers, prepares at Lororsir a pale Oil (distinctly different te the pale NEWPOUXDLAKD), retaining all the curative virtues with a remarkable pure smell and taste. MOLLBR's Oil, bottled in Norway, is the only one offered to the public under the direct guarantee of the Manufacturer him- self; in fact, the only reliable guarantee of genuineness See therefore "PBTER MOLLER'S" Name on each bottle. Sold by all Chemists, at 2s. 3d. and 4s., and at the Londonbepot. 521, Oxford-street, W.C. 2VV Agent—J. H. DAVIES. North Parade,