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To AIr. WILLIAM RIDLER, late Rail- way Contractor or Navvy, on the Merthyr and Brecon Railway, or to whom it may W concern. —— WHEREAS the said WILLIAM RIDLER was indebted to me, the mnlersigned, in the sum of £ 7 17s. for BoanJ^and Lodgings, and whereas the said Willhuff Ridler has left in my possession several ^mgatarsMTools, which^ he left in the presemxT :>f ^iltdt»fc, who ctm prove that the sam^elonf^a tfl( hint— Now this isj/f >-iv^TBv5»e, th/t u*fess said WilliamJfidler, o/isoftfe pefso^autlioriseck by him, shafl pay rne thfe abovesrfm, I shall, in one Month from the crate hej^of, Sell the same by Public Auction to defra the above sum, and such other expenses as s I be incurred thereby, and shall return the overplus (if any) to him or such other person authorised to receive the same. Dated this 24th day of July, 1860. WILLIaM ARTHUR, Victualler, Gwaelod-y-Garth Inn, Merthyr Tydfil. Witness—ELLEN JAMES. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. THE WONDER OF THE WORLD!—This great Household Medicine ranks anjong the leadins* necessaries of life, as it is well known to the world that it cures many complaints otltfcr remedies cannot reach this fact is as vyftl estab- 'os lished as that the sun lights the world. Bilious Affections. <.The quantity and quality of the bile are m ^itX importance to health.. Upon the liver, tne glanft which secretes this fluid, the Pills operate speeitfajly, infallibly rectifying- its irrepihi'rities, and e.ffbcStally curing jaundice, bilior^feniittants, and all the varieties of disease generated by all unnatural condition of the oi, Complaints oyFemale^y The functional in^ularitie^^tliar to tjjg weaker sex, are mrfo-iabl v coirdJLu (St'it lio nyfmn or by the They are_tl>^satbst airfUurck mdjpjtfe tor the Hollow ay s Pills are tip. bejtwvuidi/ knonm in the world for iheJ'oLip&ng d-he'ases I1 or Kind's Asfnma rit«s r.'vn IlUions ComplaisitsF«vBrs of all kindsSore Throats li!ot<:hús 011 rhe Fit,, snd *-ivavol okin •5out Secondarr Symp- iiowu- complaints Head-ache ioiiic Colics Inoigest-ou Tic-Docloureux Coiistipat.ioii of theltiflaniTr.ation Tumours Dowels JauiiUiw; Ulcers (tions Consumption Liver fomp'.ai: Venereal AiTcc- T^bility Lambag-o Wcrms cfalllziiidg JUrops/ pi;c.. Wcka-'KS, from I>>Be>itcry Rheumatism whatever cause ^rysy^elas Retention of Urine &c., &c. Sold at the Establishment of PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY, 244, Strand, (near Temple Bar), London, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilized world, at the foilowing prices: -Is. Isd., 2s. 9d., 2 4s. Cd., lis., 22s., &.4u! »:)«. each Box. There is a considerable saving by taking tlie larger N.B.—Directions for tlw r{ patient in ^vtry disorder axe affixed to each Box. MB. DAVID PRICE'S NOTICIJI — L V Important to Farties Pa^nishing, MARKET SQUARE, MERTHYR. j » TO BE SOLD BY AUCMOJ!^ By Mr DAVr& pm&S:, On MONDAY, AUGUST the 6th, l&JO, TH E following GOODS (rexMved for Xr convenience, of .*iife), d^lnnAof a ^firt of drawers, six nrand and stpjaraabbles, lanw- dining table, shelf mi dress& tfj0, bedsterndgT one bureau, foiff- mi 11 puff becfejOfle feather ditto, sixteen feather bolsters and pillows, an excellent fountain with brass tap, chairs, c$o&b, and other articles of Furniture, including a quantity of ware, three brass seales and weights, aullakm goods too numerous to mention. Also a strong Circular CHAFF-CUTTER. x- Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, and the iMt will be sold without reserve. "V 38, Thomas-sti-eet. Merthyr. v July 25th, 1860. Twynyrodyn, Merthyr. TO BE SOLD~iY JL&CTIoltf^ > By Mr. DAVID PRICE, /R tbtr Tempehancb HdTKL,1RmTOas^,rJw*r on TUESDAY, AUGUST 7th, 18% subiect to such condition* as will be then pmuced, THE SC3TOO.LRO^)M occupied Sin til lately by the Calvinistic ^lethodists fosr their Sab. bath School, which has been built fit a mennef that it can be easily converted into Two substan- tial Dwelling Houses; and has a pteep of ground in the back for gardens. It is held under a pro- mise of a lease for 99 years from the Court Estate, about 94 of which are unexpired, at the low ground rent of £ 1 7s. lid. for t £ e whole. Previous to the above being put ufc there will I>e offered for Sale, in front of the Semper&cc* Hotel, the BENCHES formerly i&r&e abovft ^Schoolroom, numbering about 30. The sale of the Benches will commence at 6 o'clock. The sale of the Room w .11 be pro Jeed«4 withKift 7 precisely. above premises are conveniently situated tfor Dowlais and Plymouth Works; aftd wlUf when completed/command constant tenants. Auctioneer's Residence, 38, Thomas-street July 25th, 1860. u Mr. AB3L S. JQBTES'B NOTICE. COMMERCIAL STREET, A^^DARE, -f'- "LOm)OK WAREHOUSE T>TOJPESY f. ESTABLISHMENT, TO ifs, ZET BY PRIVATE CQMt^UCT^ ") jt f<rr a term of year*, /< ^rLL those large and commodious PremJfeii Jgk. adapted for an extensive Drapery buaU^Bj"^ the property of Mr. Samuel Lewis, draper,"and now occupied by him, situate in Coam^itual- street, Aberdare, where he has Carried on the above trade for the last 12 years, and from wbtab he retires to private life. ~r The premises COflsist of a Front Sho^^dO feet by 21 feet, with Plate Glass Windows, and re- plete with the most mOOenl fixtures atnf appli- ances, Show Room, Hat Room, Store Room, ke. The dwelling part consists of sitting- room,par- lour, kitchen, with every other convenience, seven bedrooms, also warehouse amLfluthousea. v Commercial-street foims the principa tUo- roukiifare for the large and fast-increasia# popu- lation "bCthe town, and affords the very beet trading chances for visiting and «isual cus- tomers, and the premises advertised are centrally placed, and directly on the lhain road from the Taff Vale and Vale of Neath Railway Station*, from each of which hundreds of, pfRsengera issue forth thrice a day. The whole of the premises are in perfect re- pair, and will be Let to respeetable ftad|&ade»- manlike parties only, at a rent quite Imtdente Jn comparison with the present rates charged K^jpremises in the same trade in the Mote town. PoK^rther particulars, apply to Ab&l 8. JoNEs/Mnctioneer, at his Office, Commercial- "-ittreet; or ro-Mr. S. LEWIS, the proprietor. JVae 13th, 1860. i 'b<j "\NOTICE TO BUILDEBS^x^ PLOUGH BUILDING SO^TY. TENDERS are required, instant, by the aboveJ^etsL for HOI LB. ING FOUR ftOUSF.ria"TroelVrhiw^Ml- culars may be ob^inef} jjy applying to EDWARD Joner Crawshay's Arms, Merti^pT "V fj MltLI^tRY & DRESS MAKING. ""V, >' rtlHE MI86ES ISABELLA arid ALICE Jr PRICE, of 62, Chui-ch-street, Trkdb&ab^ heg to return thanks to theif numerous frbma* L for the great encouragement and paW have received since their arrival QjMnLonqiu, J where they acquired a knowledge of the mAt J approved Fashions of the Season. APPEENTICES WA.NT". Tredegar, Mon., June 26th, 1860. UBLIC NOTICE.

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