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SPECIAL llllltill NOTICE. rm*N8 bunions callosities, warts, chilblains, diseased toe LUxliNo, evesy uxsoRDER of thk feet and hands, EFFECTUALLY CURED WITHOUT CUTTING, OR CAUSING THE SLIGHTEST PAIN, BY PROFESSOR LEWIS, CHIROPODIST, ANATOMICAL PROFESSOR OF THE PATHOLOGY OF THE HUMAN FOOT, (From Sydney, Australia), has opened a Consulting Room At Mr W. A. DAY'S, Coal Merchant, BRIDGE STREET, USK, every MONDAY, where he will be happy to receive,Patients for Consultation or otherwise, At M EVANS' Boot and Shoe Shop, 16, CROSS STREET, ABERGAVENNY, where he will be happy to receive Patients every TUESDAY, for Consultation or otherwise. At Mrs CAPELLA'S, 12, CORN STREET, NEWPORT, every WEDNESDAY, where he will be happy to receive Patients for Consultation or otherwise. At "Mr G HUGHES'S, Boot and Shoemaker, HIGH STREET, ROSS, where he will be happy t° receive Patients every THURSDAY, for Consultation or otherwise. At Mr S KEEN'S, HIGH STREET, COLEFORD. every FRIDAY, where he will be happy to receive Patients for Consultation or otherwise. At Mr ADAMSON'S, 14, CHURCH STREET, MONMOUTH, where he will be happy to receive Patients every SATURDAY, for Consultation or otherwise. Consultation Free! Charges strictly moderate, to enable all classes to avail themselves of his services. A wish having been expressed by several Ladies and Gentleman that Profsssor Lewis would visit this town, he is most happy in being able to gratify that wish, and begs to state that he may be con- sulted free of expense. In addressing persons suffering from Corns, he would observe that he has succeeded in discovering a method whereby the most troublesome Corn, whether hard or soft, may be removed, either from a child or an adult, without any pain whatever, and the patient is enabled to walk immediately with. perfect ease and comfort. Ladiea and Gentlemen are respectfully informed that Mr Lewis extracts Corns on an entirely new system. Professor Lewis's Lotion, for Chilblains, Weakness of the Ankle, Perspiration of the Feet, &c. in Bottles, 5s. and 7s 6d each. Corns. Bunions, Callosities, Nails growing into the flesh, and every disorder of the Feet that can be mentioned, will be eradicated without any pain whatever. Fees for extracting Corns, Bunions, and Warts, the same as in London, Paris, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Sydney, &c. Testimonials from most of the leading Professional Men of the day, which may be inspected any time on application. iggp Hours of attendance, from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m., at each of the above Addresses. Families waited on at their Residence without any extra charge, on receiving one day's notice, by letter or otherwise. ESTABLISHED 24 YEARS, UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE. Monmouthj-Jan. 17th, 1876. I have great pleasure in testifying to the skill with which professor Lewis has removed ten corns from my feet also to the painlessness of his operation.- Robert Jackson, Rector of Wonastow, and J.P. for the county of Monmouth. Monmouth, Feb. 12th, 1876. I have very great pleasure in adding my testimony to those already given to Professor Lewis, as to the skill and judgment with which he has performed an important operation on my feet, and I can also testify to the painless- ness of the whole proceedings and to the comfort which it has given me.-George Wilson, Surgeon, Abergavenny. I have much pleasure in stating that I consider Pro- fessor Lewis's operation in extracting corns without pain a complete success, from my feet and also from Mrs Evans' giving her satisfaction.—Thomas Evans, Rector of Goytrey, and J,P. for the county of Monmouth. From Robert L. Bowles, M.D., Folkestone, Kent. I certify that Professor Lewis is a most dexterous and skilful operator as a chiropodist. He has extracted three corns from my feet without pain or loss of blood. From F. C. Bailey, Surgeon, M.R.C.S., H.L.A., 32, Giles-street, Norwich. I can truly say that for the last 14 years I have not known what it was to have one day's comfort with my feet, until Professor Lewis operated on me to-day. I shall never forget his successful operation on my feet.—Sept. 18th, 1868. Bryn Mynwy Villa, Newport, Mon., July 10th, 1875. I can bear personal testimony to the painlessness and marvellous dexterity with which Professor Lewis extracts corns and bunions. Let patients take courage and believe me, when I say that there is really no pain in the operation and as far as I can learn the effect will be permanent.—W. J. Davies, Independent Minister. Cardiff, Feb. 9tb, 1875. Professor Lewis has extracted several corns from my feet without the slightest pain, and with great expedition. I recommend him to any person who is afflicted with these painful excrescences. E. Bond, Major.-Also extracted a very painful corn from my boy's foot, and has given me great satifaction.-E.B, Plymouth Villa, Tredegarville, Cardiff. June 3rd, 1875. About six months ago, Professor Lewis extracted three corns from my feet, and one very painful and troublesome bunion which has proved to be a complete success, having found perfect freedom from pain and inconvenience ever since, and I am highly satisfied and pleased with Professor Lewis's operation.—Jas. Sanders. Monmouth, Jan. 3rd 1876 Professor Lewis has this day extracted six corns with- out the slightest pain. Fred. Wild Pugh, late baker, etc. 46, Monmow-street, Monmouth, Jan. 3rd, 1876. Professor Lewis, has this day extracted several corns and removed a deceased toe nail. The whole operation ap- pears to be quite a success, and I can safely say it was with- out the slightest pain whatever.-Alfred Basham, grocer. Church-street, Monmouth, Jan. 24th. Professor Lewis has this day extracted ten corns and two bunions from my foot without the slightest pain.-G. Ashton, butcher. Monmouth, Feb. 20th, 1876. Professor Lewis has this day extracted two corns and a painful wart without the slightest pain. I shall always be pleased to recommend him to anyone wanting such things removed. -J. Tyler Taylor. Red House Farm, 24th January Professor Lewis has this day extracted five corns and two bunions from my feet, without the least pian.-C. R. Bennett, farmer. 38, York Place, Newport, 5th Jan. 1876. I can bear personal testimony to the painlessness and manual dexterity with which Professor Lewis extracts corns and bunions without any real pain.-W. H. lloutley, Hour marchant.—My wife can bear testimony also to the above particulars, Tydee House, 27th Nov. 1875. Professor Lewis has this day extracted six corns from my feet, to my great satisfaction. Thos. P. Banks. Cardifl, Feb. 2nd, 1875. I have pleasure in stating that Professor Lewis extracted two corns from my foot with success, and without pain.- James Hurman, Traffic Manager, T.V.R. Newport, Mon., May 26th 1875. Professor Lewis has operated upon my corns very skill- fully, and as far as I can now judge, quite successfully.- H. Russell Evans, Evening Telegram" Office. Newport, April 21st, 1875. Professor Lewis has this day extracted several corns (both hard and soft) from my feet most skilfully, and without paiu.—F. Matthews, Queen's Hotel. From J. B. Walters. M D. 46, Harmer-street, Gravesend. I have known Professor Lewis for some years. He has extracted some corns for me, and for several of my patients with the gratest success. I can with pleasure recommend him to any one requiring his services.—Sept. 8th 1868. TO COYER THIS SEASON, IN MONMOUTHSHIRE. MAGIC LANTERN, BY Jack 0' Lantern, out of Eugenie; by Bar- barian, out of Allegrette. Jack 0' Lantern, by Stockwell, out of Lurley. A powerful Chesnut Horse, six years old, 16 hands high, perfectly sound in every respect, with plenty of bone and substance, and looks like getting good Hunting Stock. Awarded first prize at Tredegar and Aberga- venny. X3 10s. each Mare, and 5s. the Groom. Approved Mares, the property of Farmers, Tenants of MR. HERBERT, of Clytha, covered gratis. Accommodation for foaling Mares. Apply to Stud Groom, Clytha, Usk, Monmouth- shire. CLA UK'S FISHING TACKLE WAREHOUSE, ST. MARY-STREET, MONMOUTH. HP ROUT FLIES, made expressly for Monmouth- X shire waters, forwarded to any address at Is. 6d. per dozen salmon flies, at 10s. THE GAME OF BADMINTON Sets for playing this most popular Game, from One Guinea to Three Guineas the set, may be ob- tained at J. H. CLAKK'B, Usk. EDWARD PACKARD, & Co., IPSWICH, HAVE BEEN AWARDED THE FOLLOWING MEDAS. London, 1862. London, 1-73. Paris, 1867. Vienna, 1873, Riga, 1865. Lyons, 1871. E. P. & Co. respectfully solicit orders for their celebrated artificial MANURES, Delivered at all Stations in dry, friable condition. All applications for agencies to be addressed to THOMAS PARRY, SEED MERCHANT, &c., CAERLEON, NEW- PORT, MON., Sole District Agent for Monmouthshire, Hereford- shire, Glamorganshire, and Breconshire. AGENTS FOR SOUTlFwALES, &C. Mr. Thomas Dutfield, Penhow Castle, Magor. Mr. Allen James, Treveddw Farm, Pandy, Aber- gavenny. Mr. John Williams, Peterstone-super-Ely, Cardiff; M J. G. Harris, Land Agent, &c., Longtown, Herefordshire. M E. M. Jones, Newchurch, Hay, Hereford. Mi. Oliver Davies, Land Agent, &c., Usk. Manure Depot:— M, R. & C. Co's Wharf, Newport, Mon, ESTABLISHED 1812. 4 H. & T. PROC T 0 R, AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTS, CATHAY, BRISTOL, MANUFACTURER'S OF SPECIALLY PREPARED BONE MANURES, FOR GRASS, CORN, ROOT, AND OTHER CROPS, ALSO, BONE SUPEKPHOSPHATE OF LIME. WORKSCATHAY, BRISTOL. Our MR HATHERLEY will attend ABERGAVENNY, ^USK, W and NEWPORT MARKETS during the Season. STORESMessrs WATERS & Co., Chepstow; Mr THOS. HYAM, Wyebridge, Monmouth, Full particulars, with prices, post free, on application. BRIDGE STREET, USK. J. F. POW ELL BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Usk and the surrounding neighbourhood, that the Partnership JD hitherto subsisting between Mr JAMES JONES and himself, was by mutual consent dissolved on the 10th inst., and that he purposes carrying on the business of TAILOR & GENTLEMEN'S COMPLETE OUTFITTER, on the premises lately in the occupation of Mrs. W. E. WATERS. NEXT DOOR TO MR. JOHN WILLIAMS, CHEMIST, Sfc. J. F. P. also wishes to say that he intends commencing business in a few days, of which due notice will be given, when he will submit for inspection an Entirely New and Large Stock of Gentlemen's Apparel, in every department. Gents' Hosiery, Gloves, Shirts, Ties, Scarves, Handkerchiefs, Under Vests, &ct, &c., in all the new Shades, Styles and Materals. The whole of the stock having been personally selected, in the very best markets, he can with con- fidence solicit an early call and inspection. J. F. POWELL would here beg respectfully to thank his numerous friends for their kind support vouchsafed to him during his many years residence in Usk. THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA AND THE CITY OF LONDON. His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Russia has conferred on Mr J. W. Benson the appointment of Goldsmith to the Imperial Court, in appreciation of Mr. Benson's artistic production of the Gold basket presented to the Emperor.by the Corporation of the City of London. > J W "RENSON, j, • JU TO the Queen and Royal Family. { To W.R.H. the Prince of Wales (special appointment). Maker of the Chronograph, by which the Derby and all If '"■ jn-eat races are timed. Prize Medallist of London, Dublin, If 11 and Paris.—LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.C.; AND wflHlLw 25'0LI> B0ND STEEET- $T \\T "DENSON invites attention to ^tlljfr Ji n • X) the unequalled advantages which he JsSL. is enabled to offer to purchasers by the use of steam power and the employment of a large staff of skilled English and foreign workmen. The highly satisfactory performances of his; Watches and Clocks is recognized by the Press and the Public. The prices charged, in every instance are the low- est compatiblejwith sound workmanship and high finish. iy OVELTY. English Clocks, far superior to fforeign, designed by English artists, manufactured if ifon the premises, and to be obtained only at the lliil Hh r L» o vdl a rwW\i$l above establishments. Clock Cases made to harmo- nize with the architecture of mansions, country Hi I UWu 111 houses, &c., and with their furniture. /If TX7ATCHES. From 2 to 200 Guineas. Rail- mUjjjm yy way Guards, Sailors, Soldiers, Miners, and Work- «%\W ^r^s^Lt/MM men's Watches (of extra strenght). CLOCKS. From 1 to 1000 Guineas. JEWELRY and Plate for Presentation, &c. Watches and,Clocks repaired by skilled workmen, ^s^ltegggglOld Jewelry, Silver, and Watches exchanged. Watches sent to all parts, safe, by post. Merchants and Shippers supplied. The new Pamphlets on Turret and Church Clocks (with The above sketch represents the Perpetual Calendar, testimonials), Watches and Clocks, Jewelry and Plate (pro- Independent Seconds, Keyless Watch. The hands, with- fusely illustrated), sent post free each for two stamps. out being re-set from time to time for leapyear, keep a J. W. Benson's New Work, Time and Time Tellers," perpetual register of seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, published by Hardwicke, Piccadilly. Plain, 2s 6d; Gilt, 3s. months, amf years show old and new styles; phases of CAUTION.—The Public are cautioned against misrepre- the moon and variations of heat and cold. sentations and attempts to sell Spurious Imitations. OPPOSITE THE THREE SALMONS' HOTEL, (Established 1782.) W I L LI A M S & SON, SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTURERS. Every Description of Article connected with the Trade supplied. PUNCTUAL AND PERSONAL ATTENDANCE. PERFECTLY PAINLESS-DENTISTRY GUARANTEED. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. IN Mo r4SO41 DE'kri'TIS S 30, BERNERS-STREET, OXFORD-STREET, AND 448, STRAND OPPOSITE CHARING-CROSS RAILWAY STATION, LONDON. The Oldest Established English Dentists. THIRTY-THIRD YEAR OF ATTENDANCE IN MON MO CTTHSHIKE AND HEREFORDSHIRE. APPOINTMENTS FOR 1875. MONMOUTH—Every 2nd MONDAY, in each month at Mr M. Jones, auctioneer, Agincourt-square.—Next visit, MONDAY, Feb. 14, and Mar. 13,1876. ABERGAVENNY— Every alternate TUESDAY. at the POSX-OEBICB, opposite the Angel Hotel.—IText nette TUESDAY, Feb. 15 and 29,1876. HEREFORD—Every WEDNESDAY, at Mr. Webster's, Surveyor, 151, St> Owen's-street, corner of Offa-street ATTENDANCE FROM ELEVEN TILL FOUR. TEETH and PAINLESS DENTISTRY.—Mesrs. LEWIN MOSELY and SON'S improved ARTI- FICIAL TEETH are recommended by the most eminent of the medical profession as undeniably the best substitute for the natural organs, securing, without possibility of the slightest pain, the greatest amount of ease and comfort. They are the lightest, strongest, most economical, and durable that can be produced, and are securely retained in the mouth without springs, wires, or large and cumbersome plates. For efficacy, utility, speech,mastica- tion, and the restoration of the original youthful appearance of the features, they are unrivalled. Their resmblance to nature is so perfect as to frequently deceive the wearers themselves. Messrs. Mosely's speciality in the use of the gas enables them to guarantee a perfectly painless performance of all appertaining to dentistry with a speed, ease and comfort unobtainable by any other method, pain, unpleasantry, or danger being utterly impossible.—Dr. J. T. W. Thudichum, of the Pathological Laboratory, St. Thomas's Hospital, in the Times of the 16th of Aug' st, 1870, says It possesses all the advantages of chloroform to the exclusion of every disadvantage. It has no amell, and produces quickly, in four or five full inspirations, a perfect ancesthesia, in which all operations can be performed without causing pain, and hardly a. minute after the cessation of its inhalation its influence on the patient has entirely disappeared. It never produces unpleasant sensations, choking, or sickness, and there has ever been a case of danger under its influence." For the efficacy, utility, and success of the system vide Lancet Tooth Extraction, guaranteed painless, 10s.6d. No fee charged for extractions when the better des- cription of artificial teeth are required. Artificial Teeth from 5s. each Sets from Xb 5s. All their Artificial Teeth being constructed in their own work-rooms in London, Messrs. Mosely are enabled to place at the disposal of their patients those higher re ources of the Dental Art unattainable in the provinces except at the trouble and expense of a journey to the mel -opolis.. Only London Establishments:—30, Berners-street, Oj '"ord-street; and 448, Strand (opposite the oharing-cross, Railway Station), where patients visiting Londo i will meet with every attention free of charge. All Consultations and every Information FKEE. NO CONNECTION WITU ANYONE OF THE SAME NAME. ,,¡;c: .u. WANTED. WOODCUTTERS & HOOPSHAVERS.—Apply YY to John Morgan, Castle Inn, Usk. FOR SALE.—Fresh emptied Port Wine Pipes and Spirit Casks. — Apply to THOMAS WILLIAMS, Hoop-maker, Usk, Mon. ANTED a GOOD GENERAL SERVANT, —Apply to Mrs W. A. DAY, Bridge-st., Usk. WBUNNTNGr & CO., Ironmongers, Usk and • Pontypool, have a vacancy for an Ap- prentice in each of the above towns (out-door).— Apply, Usk or Pontypool. WANTED IMMEDIATELY—A Good General Servant.—Apply to Mrs MORRIS, Royal Oak Inn, Usk. WANTED a Steady, Industrious Married Man, as Waggoner, Cottage and Garden found. —Apply to P. MARFBLL, Cwm, Clytha. A Varied Selection of Agricultural and Horticultural SEEDS. STATIONARY, PERFUMERY and FISHING TACKLE I. SOLD BY F. D.EDWARDS, CHEMIST, USE. SOOT! SOOT! SOOT! SOLD BY THOMAS WILLIAMS, 15, BANESWELL-ROAD, NEWPORT, MON. BEGS to inform his friends of Usk a nd Neighbourhood that he has a large quantity of Soot in stock. Delivered at any station within 30 miles of Newport, at 7d per bushel, and at 6d in Newport; all orders to be addressed as above. WILLIAM PANNIERS, LICENSED HORSE SLAUGHTERER, Wain-y-clare Inn, near Pontypool, Monmouthshire, and Pilbech Farm, Mamhilad (near the School). BEGS respectfully to inform his friends in the neighbourhood that he has taken to the business lately carried on by Mr KENT, at LITTLE MILL, and that he is prepared to give the Highest Price for live and dead Horses, Cows, &c. Inquiries for the Slaughter-house can be made at Wain-y-clare, near Pontypool. NOTICE.—William Panniers is a Licensed Horse Slaughterer. All messages and telegrams promptly paid for, and all orders promptly attended to. Communications should be addressed to WM. PANNIERS, Pilbach Farm, Mamhilad, near Pontypool, Mon. 23, IRONMONGER LANE, LONDON. (THE OLD HOUSE.) JOHNSTON'S CORN FLOUR IS THE BEST. TO OBTAIN THE BEST ASK FOR JOHNSTON'S CORN FLOUR. It is rich in flesh-forming and heat-giving pro- perties, and when boiled with milk affords com- plete and perfect nourishment for children and persons of weak disgestion. It is delicious for Puddings, Custards, Blancmange, &c. USK MON. THE THREE SALMONS HOTEL & POSTING HOUSE affords first-class accommodation to Families, Tourists, and Commercial Gentlemen.- Salmon and Trout Fishing may be obtained on application to the Proprietor, P. S. CRAWFORD, MIDDLE STREET, USK. J. 0. NICHOLAS, PAINTER, PLUMBER, & GLAZIER, SIGN- PAINTER, & PAPERHANGER, BEGS to thank his patrons for the support B accorded him since he has been in business, and hopes, by strict attention to their orders, to merit their support in future. A large stock of paperhangings on hand. -Veneered and guilt mouldings in great variety. Picture frames made to order. JOHN KNIPE & SON, GROCERS, SEED, CORN AND PROVISION MERCHANT, CRANE-STREET, PONTYPOOL. BEGS to announce that they will open their new Seed and Corn Establishment on Satur^ day next the 26th inst., with a ^ar8' great Garden and Agricdtural Seed&.andagreat variety of early seed potatoes, at very low prices. Note Address Next Door to the LONDON & PROVINCIAL BANK MESSRS. WAITE & SON m AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND ACCOUNTANTS, ESTATE & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, &c. CLARENCE STREET, PONTYPOOL. Office Hours—9.0 till 7.0. All kinds of Valuations made, and an immediate settlement of Sales by Auction. Large Rooms for Storing Furniture, Stocks, &c., jr Absolute Sale by Auction, I