FOOTBALL. 1 THE FIGHT FOR THE LEOMTNSTER CUP. RH AY A DEL? ROUTED. Aberystwyth, at Rhaya der a short time ago, playing three or four reserve nuon. were defeated by the home- stars,whose p^rformaiioo IVas of anything but a scien- tific order. On Satarday Aberystwyth had them at home in thes^-ond round for the Leominster cap, and returned the compliment hClrtily. The pn -ea of afl- mission to the Vicarage Field wcrj higher than usual, but there was a good crow to witness the proceed- ings. With the kiok-off Garner met a neat pass by Rea. The visiting forwards got possession and worked the ball up the ground, but W. Davies pre- vented anything serious happening, Miles having aided Rea, the 'la'ter put the leather on to Arthur Owen, who deposited in Morris' keeping, Morris sending- an irresista^-ly shot between the uprights, thus scoring the first '70'11 for the homesters within a minute from the sUrt. The home forwards, urge i by Mile*, bad a second at, e-npt, Garner heading wittiin an inch or two of the crossbar. A third try at the uprights by the horn 'sters ended in the ball going be- hind. Hope Edwards being given a chance he was baulked by Miles, and in a second or two Rooas rushed into the open, but unfortunately misled the ball, it devolving upon Harry Smith to save, his action relieving the onlookers c Aftr some smart pl<iy by Art hur O^van, G-irner, awl illi,liaei showed up, the left visitiug b..ck liaving to treat the ba 1 witvi a kl conker/' 'Ihon the homesters^ w;Te conceded a corner, which wa-i placed by Harry smith, but its tre tmcntsp.lt 'smoke." Rea having- made rings around his immed ate opponents, Arthur Owen di-ol yed some capital combination in conjunct 011 with-Rea, which meant a warm minute or two in the visitors' end. Roose baring his char-re. kicked up hi" heels f(.r a j-hcrS whilo in mid field, and performing- the work of a hack admirably. Subsequently Hope Kdwards an i Francis spoi down their wincr, cimpell- ing Har y Smith to giv a corner, whi h was well managed by the back division. Moiris and J\I'cha"l made thinys r ttle for a bit, until Hops El wards arid Francis became (anger 'us, but that difficnl-y ceased with a emart attack on tht m by W. 'Davies, who on Saturday pl-tyed almost a faultless gama at lank, his kick.. being more forward and precise than at Oswestry the previous Stturday. Following this was some note- worthy plo.v by R a, who like wme, seems to improve w th age. His shots were Peri itself, and be as ably seconded on Saturday by Arthur O ven. The v;.«iting forwards eadeavonred to copy t e clock- work performance of the homesters, and for a minute or two they did so successfully, their inside left 1-tt ngo go a shot which weat only joet; behind. Another fi r *e oris'aight by theci w.%s futile. Roo,e playing a Lril a it canto. During some passim? amonsr^t the homn forwar Is, MorrEi dis- patched the globe to Rea, who s-)Pt a whizzing -hot right across the goal mouth, Mcha*l failing t- reo ceive it. Morris getting possession treatid the visitor' to one of his notoriously raoid eh. ti which struck a ha'f-back. and e ic.t"i coin] a^sion for that individnal from the crowd. Hope K-Jw*rda again en- deavoured to break dowa Irs wing, but W. L'av e-i successfully t«aa>!d the b,g 'ni After some handsome feeds by M-los, th* Viid r3 left winder* triedtolealw.ththoletLh.r but making a mnll of it, the horne.-t rj la 1 aiotm-r oupoit-inity, which proved a failure. Fr >m tilÍslhid t ;i-igs gr- w it ry hard with the visitors, a th 'U^h ihere was a i t and momentary retaliation,when W.H..lont-sallnwtM his opponei.ti a foul right in the Aberystwjti euol. W. R. however soon redeemed his elar.eter by getting the homeater^ out of ti.eir pre !i< ament. The ball going on to D. Morca* that uramovab'e l.al sent it flying int) midfiel I. With but little in- terval Morrs played on to Rea, who set wed th,. ball right into the visiting goal month, but the backs raved. The visitor* came ont of their qna t ril very quickly, Evans sho ting pa*t Rooso, who slipped on the wet grass. Thns was the vi-itors' first goal scored, Michael and Morris after thiatri-d to put on another goal, but Marsden removed the lall with a l,ng kick. The gam■» wis again fi rmed llIt) the 'visitors' end, D. Morgan coiitribut nc a shot which just parsed the uprights, Morris following this up with a thundering kick, the crossbar seeming to crack under the coll'son. II. i'or,-ai ha^iiig tried to ruse the score, Aithur 01V,'n psl-s-.l on thw a ony with a capital shot for goal. W Davies was f. llo-xing suit wh*n h»lf Mm"* caw, t <o -core tendon-a T.-s i.<,■ iccon i opened w th a re iew ac'ick on tr.<# hoase gra'. '-ut I: :t-l-v* • -uaohftrgf Tr.fta R->' h- up 'he fcjii t~ A ;v.. „ th* tu'lhin, it Ejonuon ng result it gaui jy Morrt-j no Then a psA-.t, .'uti ii- i. wa-" -aifs- but i>. Morgan caw^tiing it scut a soorciser into the net, being tne-fcnn i grjvl for Abery-t'-vyth. Some goodplayouti p jrt of Mva. is was next w tnes.-ipd, but the ball went hi.!i. OVH t"Ie bar. Rea. was elected t) take a corner, aud he dropped t"e ball amongst the crowd before the goal mouth. A sharp stru^-glj followed, and the home;-t;rs hid hard Ii nps in not scoring. Th-centre half gave thd YstWjthians a foul, the sequence to which some mid-fi-11 llay. A pass by Morris t) R a, aid the ball went too far for the latter t) utilize it advantageoufly. The next per- formance, that of Arthur Owe i, was of a high-class character. The b ,ll slid al >Jlg to R a, who roiled it. along to Morris, who flashed through the third gotil amidst cheer■■. From this point a misty lain bayau to blow right iu th^ homesters'faces, the b 11 being sometimes obscured, but the progress of playi? g the visito-s off their legs WAS kJpt 111). Morgan kept slogging away in mid-fiell, and the home front rank pu-sued an unbroken ci>arsd 111 the fourth goal was notched by Rea with th • shot ot the day, for which he was rewarded with" loud chet-r-i from the crowd. After this Koo=e wa-s called npon t) do his duty once or twice. The vi-itor- would puto n stupendous spurts, aud their forwards would arrive panting in fr.,iit ol the goal to notch, but fioo-e would treat their effort-1 lightly with kicks which went far over the centra lin". And the visiting forwards wearied and sick at heal t bad to retrace their steps "to do it all over a,ran." W. R. Jones also worked starJily, and the game frnd^d with the bcore- Aberystwyth 4. Rhayader 1. The following were the teams :— ABERYSTWYTH. Go.I, Roo-J"; baok- \V. R. Jones, and tV. L'. Darius half bncks, Harry Smith, D. Morgan, aDd A. Miles; forw.rds, Michael, Girmr (0»pt), Morri-1, A. Owen, J. C. Kea. BHAYADEB. G< a1, Pross-r: backj, Pearson aid M rst in half b I -ks, J. Powell, Hamer, and W. Powpll; for > a- ds, E (wards, Fr.i;icis, Evans, D. Francis, and i.b-yd. lhe re eree «as Mr W. Evans, Newtown. The following matches were played on Saturday NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. J'LINT V CARNARVON IRONOPOLIS. At FliLt. Beenlt .—Flint, three goals; Caruarvon Iro iopol s, none. THE WELSH CUP: RE-PLAYED TIES. BAKOOB V WKSTMlN8TBa BOVEE8. At Wrexham. The game was fast and exciting, In the first half both s;des scored a goal. In the second portion B-1 gor score I t-.vice, and the result was:- Ba igor, thres goils; Westminster Kovi-rs, one. WELLINGTON 8T. QBOBGB'S V DRUIDS. At St. Gei rge's, The Droids' goalkeeper defended grin,ily, bnt was beaten shortly ucfore the in- 'erval. Cio-sing ovtr the Dmids were again oi hted to brin > oat 11 their defensive res >nroes, but the H Dugons" soared irom a corner, and eventually added another, th final bein? St George's^ three goatd) Druids, Heme, WELSH JUNIOR CUP (SECOND ROUND). HORSEHAY ALBroN V NEWTOWN RESERVE. At Newtown. Result:—Horseh y, two goals; Newtown, one. CHJRK V SHREWSBURY ATHLETIC. At Ch rk. Reeult :-Shrewsbury, three goals; Chirk, one. WREXHAM RESERVE V RUABON AI.BION. On the Wrexham Racecourse. Final score :— Wrexham Reserve, two goals Ifnabor., o.u-. BANGOR KS8SKVE V FLIN.T SWIFTS. At Bangor. At half-time the home team led l,y one gOil to nil. In the second ha f the homo teim i a i .11 the play, fin-illy winning by fonr goals t.- nil. WEDNESBURY CHARI YI UP iSECOND t-OUNi-')- OLD HILL RED ROSP; V BILSiON UNITED. On the ground of the form er. II I-to I sccrd five goali to one. WELLINGTON TOWN V OSWESTRY UVITKD. AtOswe-try. The Hi.cl resn.t «as a 1 nw of c; c goal each. WHITCHURCH TOWN V IilONBKIOGS UI.SlfRvES. At Ironbridge. A thick to.* whicn ei.v 1 e t ground made is so d.mclI t :,1 ;<> ] ti o p that the re'eree sto; j e 1 piny, thy mn r th=n s'uudin, at one goi.l each. BROWNFIILLS ALBION V H DXESF n D TOWN. At BrownhiH. Browninils sv It i, tv,) g. als o none. WSST BBOMW.ca Bas^KVB i V WA.VUL-- ATHLETIC. Thj Reserves withdrew, SHROPSHIRE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE, NEWPORT V At Hereford. The Salopians fad d to notch a legitimit.e point, snd retic-cd defeated by five goals to none. RUGBY. LIVERPOOL V NEWPORT. Result—New por', one goal; live pool, nothing. JUNIOR 31 F.DAL COMPETITION. The At-<~r7 t vyth Fojt' a 1 Club have decided to hold their second junior medal competition to further the pro-'pett-i of footbal! in the district. Teams de- sir its of competing mUiot send the name3 of players, w;th the entrance fee of 2s. 61, to the secretary, Mr Evan b'ees. All entries fr,r the competition will close on Tuesday, December 17th. The draw is to take place on Thursday, the 19th. WELSH ASSOCIATION CUP, The draw for the fourth rouvi W.18 aJc at Wrex- ham on Thursday night ts foil :— Brymbo v Aberystwyth, at Brj mbo. Referee, Mr F. E. Roberts, Ellesm^ro. Wrexham v Chirk, at Wrexh<im. Referee, Mr R. T. Gough, Oswpstry. Herefor I v Newtown, at Hereford. Referee, Mr John Taylor, Wrexham. Westminster Hovers or Bmgor v Wellington St. Geor.-e's or Druids, at Wrexham or Bangor. Referee, Mr 1-furh R^hert-i. Th: ties have to be played off on January 11th, kick off at 2.30. The North v South match has been fixed f r January 13th at Aberystwyth.
A CASE OF NERVOUS PROSTRATION RESULTING FROM INDIGESTION. TETEY say that mieery loves company, and they have had t so often it has passed into a proverb. Yet it isn't an all-round truth. Some kinds of misery dotest company. They want to be left a'-ono. They hate to bo elbowed and questioned nrd talked to. A wounded dog will always crawl into some retired placo by itself. The instinct of badly injured men, aftor a battle, is the same. Ali- ments that are mostly funcy, tend to set tongues wagging. But real, genuine and dangerous diseases don't incite to speech. Criae3 which are big with fate usually come and go in quiet. Tho." is why Mra Scuflham had no desire for the society of even her best friends at a certain time she is going to tell us about. Up to Apri\ 1881," she writes, "I never knew what it was to be ill. At that time I bCJan to feel that something was amiss with me. I had no relish for my meal- and after eating my ohest felt heavy and painful, and my heart would beat and thump as though it meant to leap out of its place. Pr;: sently I became so swollen round the waist I that I was abliged to nnloose my clothing, as I could not bear anything to touch that part of my body. Even the lightest food gave me pain; a little fish setting my heart to beating at a great rate. My feet were cold, and cold, clammy sweats would break out all over me, leaving me exhausted and worn out. At night I got no sleep to speak of, and in the morning I felt worse tired than when I went to bed. I also suffered a great deal from my fe"t being puffed up and sore. I could scarcely irer, about th-i house. When I went shopping I had to ride to the town and back as I could only walk a few yards. As time went on I lost my flesh and strength more and more, and gave up hope of ever recover- ing the precious health I had so sadly lost. I took medicines, and consulted a clever doctor at Derby who examined me and said my heart was weak. He also gava me medicines, but I got only tempo- rary ease from them, and in a short time was as bad as before. All this time I was so nervous and depressed that I had no desire for company. On the contrary, I seemed to want to be alone with my misery. Even a knock at the door frightened me, as though I expected bad news, yet I did not really. My nerves and fancies ran away with my knowledge and judgment. Thousands of women who have suffered in this way will understand what I mean. 1, "after year I remained in this condition, and^vhir, l "rent through I cannot put in words, nor 110 I ;vis: io try. It will answer the purpose ay that i eA.i. ed thu3 for eleven and a half rs, as much dead a? alive. I spent pounds on rula in £ ,;r. wa; not a whit the better • :iy of it. > -t->ber, 1S92. a hr^ wag left at our house, an 1 I rlJ" in of costs like mine boia cured by Mo-.her Sei< -i i-tj. I got a bottle from Mr. Bardel, the°chei— Nonninton Street, Derby, and when I had take ins medicine for a few day: my appetite was better hai less pain. kept on taking it, and soon my food agreed with me and I gained strength. After thi-i I never looked behind me, out steadily got str mg-ir and stronger. '■*■ I bad taken three bottles I was quite like a new woman. All the nervousness had left me, and my heart was sound as a bell. Since then I have enjoyed good health, and all who know me say my re- covery is remarkable. I am confident that Mother Seigel's Syrup was th) means, in the hands of Providence, of saving my life; and out of gratitude, and in hope of doing good, I freely consent to tho publication of this statement. (Signed) (Mrs.) Ann Sjuffh tm. Cooper's Lane, Laceby, Grimsby, May 1st, 1895." This letter is endorsed by Mr. William J. Toller- ton, of the same tow who vouches for the truth of what Mrs. Scuffham has said, as he personally knew of the circumstances of her illness at the time they occurred. No comment can add a jot to the force of this o len, candid, and sincere communication. Whosoever reads it must needs be moved and convinced by it The dis ease which filled this woman's life with pain nnd misary for noarh" tvvalve years v"jj i. dig-esti(ll or dyspepsia, au ailment Bly and cun^rg as a snake in the grass—and as dangef as So..d f,r the book of which Mr3. Scuffham speaks, and read the syrnp-ores in order that you may know what it is, and how to deal with it. The book costs you nothing, yet it would he worth buying as if every leaf wpr.' ham-1 ered gold.
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