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MESSRS. R. W. HARRIS AND TAYLOR'S SALES. ^ESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS, SOUSE, ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENTS, fjEG to inform the Public that all matters **— entrusted to their care will be punctually, promptly, D and carefully attended to. Plans, Elevations, and Specifications Prepared. Works in all Branches of the Building Trade Measured and Valued. QUANTITIES TAKEN OUT FOR ESTIMATES, &C. Railway and other Shares Bought or Sold, and daily Prices obtained on application. Offices: 140, High Street, Mtrthy.t, Tydfil. 3025 TlLOMAS TOWN, MERTHYR TYDFIL. 'pO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT fiXHTiv1! 4:hat Substantial and Well-built DWELLING 21 T with every Convenience, situate and being No. ThnnfW?? Thomas-street now in the occupation of "nias Parry, Esq. AIRN0T>*UR^ER particulars apply to Messrs. H. W. HARRIS A „f.^YL0Ri Auctioneers, Merthyr Tydfil. auctioneers' Offices, April 14th, 1870. 3078 PONTLOTTYN, GLAMORGANSHIRE. I Leasehold Property for Sale. To BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Messrs. H. W. HARRIS$TAYLOR A T the ROYAL ARMS INN, Rhymney, on o'clo^i, .Tuekday, the 14th day of JUNE, 1870, at Seven Deed ln the evening, under the power in a Mortgage then and subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be W-ii ?nd. there produced, all those Two Substantial and the r fcl>WELLIN(J HOUSES and PREMISES, with \Vy ^ardens belonging thereto, situate in Heol Evan- Occuiw) ^ontlottyn, aforesaid, now in the respective Prodi.- °* Mr Charles Emerson and another, and Thp=ln-n a yearly rental of £ 15 12s. years f emises are held for the residue of a term of 99 the T|L day of May, 1838, and are subject to For fu,lone<* Sround rent of £ 2 5s. per annum. ^'HITH O I particulars apply to Messrs. MORGAN and 140 m'u r0"015. Merthyr-Tydfil; or to the Auctioneers, ™reet' Merthyr. erthyr Tydfti, May 31st, 1870. 3166 === DANIEL DAVIES'S NOTICES. DOWLAIS, & c. DESIRABLE INVESTMENTS. MR. DANIEL DAVIES j WILL SELL BY PRIVATE CONTRACT THE FOLLOWING DESIRABLE LPEOPERTIE S:— ■All those Four Substantial and Well- omit HOUSES, with Large Garden and Pre- hilses attached, situate in High-street, Dowlais Top, tenant^ being numbered 10, 11. 12, and IS, and °the,Tg Messrs. Thomas Lewis, Thomas Davies and den?? 2.—AH those Three HOUSES, with splendid Gar- dellg and Premises attached, situate on the top of Peny- BranM ,n(^er Incline, and close to the Dowlais Railway About i' ;eac"n £ from Dowlais to the Taff Railway. — Th li, ~an"acre of land attached to them. Parti* nauts will show the respective Lots, and further la ? 8 may be obtained of the Auctioneer. > Ivor-street, Dewlais. 3101 t> DOWLAIS. k TO CAPITALISTS. MR. DANIEL DA VIES, "WILL SELL BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, T^-BE LEASE of that Building Ground, ]Tn)eOawrllay siitsoupapte osnitee xt thto e MGwr. erDnUavwiyd n JeCnhkainpse'ls, GMraorcye-rs, traeentd, Ground contains room to build Three or tho ,<J°ttages) and stands in one of the best situations in town. 0^- particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer. Rice-—io) Ivor-street, Dowlais, April 28, 1870. 3102 TO BE LET, Respectable RESIDENCE, being No. 14, '°Ur la *arI°tte-street, Dowlais. The House contains alld other offices on the down floor, with ST i ed-rooms on the second floor there are also a The fir .and larSe Garden attached to the said house. With enuses can be converted into a house of business inav J* vwy small outlay if desired.—Further particulars 19 T of Mr DANIEL DAVIES, Auctioneer, &c., i.r "or-street, Dowlais. ay 12th, 1870. 3126 SATF, BY MR. DAVID PRICE. Market HOUSE, MERTHYR. Vv MR. DAVID PRICE, 1 ll SELL by AUCTION, In Front of the Theatrt, Merthyr, A MANUFACTURER'S STOCK of First- class Bowler and other MATS, about 1000 in *"rvber ^so, various other things. I)AV e take place on SATURDAY and MON ^ah. j t, the 4th and 6th JUNE, and on the following" days and Mondays, if not sold on the first days of Sale to commence each day at Eleven a.m. No reserve. Alletioneer's Offices, June 1st, 1870. 3169 Ij UIDTIND O D W E L L S LLANERCH HOTEL. THIS old established Family Hotel and Boarding-house, IS NOW READY FOR THE RECEPTION OF VISITORS. T E R M S the 1st of April until the 15th of June, £1 15s. lpet Week, including Board, Lodging, and Attendance, After that date, £2 2s. per week. Proprietor E. DAWSON. 3105 COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR. MR. EDWARD LAWRANCE, Professor of Music, and Organist of St. David's Church, iylerthyr, is prepared to receive additional Pupils. £ °erdare, &c., &c., visited professionally every week. Jertns for Pianoforte, Organ, Singing, Harmonium Les- lions, > &c., may be known on application. ADDRESS 3042 2, Courtland lorraco, Merthyr. BLINDS! BLINDS! BLINDS! h UTLER FOR WINDOW BLINDS. ..0 4, BETHESDA-STREET, IsSSfclfcsrrE THE BRECON ROAD, MERTHYR. rp Great in Priee! Butler's Improved Brass- i°P WindowSinds. Wire, Zinc, and Venetian Blinds. member! Butler for Window Blinds.—The only ^^Qufacturer tn Wales. 3052 AARON LLOYD, Fruiterer AND GREENGROCER B VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR, EGS respectfully to thank his Customers and the Public generally for the support acoorded for so many yearS past, and would intimate to them hnKhe has GIVEN UP HIS STALL in the MARKET and will henceforth carry on his business solely S VICTORIA STREET (opposite the Market Square), he hopes, by supplying pood articles at moderate ccs, to merit a continuance of their support. XT All Orders promptly attended to. ^°v. 16th, 1869 3014 FREDERICK LEGG & CO'S. INDIA-RUBBER WAREHOUSE, 2. PEARSON-PLACE, DOCKS, CARDIFF, CONTAINS a well-selected Stock of Vulcanized V India-Rubber of every description. Sheet Rubber and Washers, for flange joints of Steam v and Water Pipes. halves for Marine and Land Engines. -buffers and Bearing Springs for Railways, &c. ?,?uf?e Glass Washers. plastic Steam Engine Packing. yWcanized Hose Pipes. -yWcanized Tubing for Acids, Chemicals, \v,*canized Mill Bands for Driving Machincr)'. aterproof Garments. Ditto Sheeting for Invalid Beds, &c. «. Ditto Wagon and Truck Covers. pj and Water Beds, Pillows, and Cushions. AM n8 Boots, Stockings, and Trousers. every article usually manufactured in India-Rubber w Domestic, Surgical, Sporting, Nautical, Mechanical, Prio t^' Agricultural Purposes. I-ists on personal application, or by post. JH.3H6 NOTICES. J. OEPPEN, \TAIL0X AND OUTFITTER, 56, THOMAS STREET, MEKTHIR. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 3027 MATTHEWS, BROTHERS, & CO., WHOLESALE WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS. AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN CIGARS, MERTHYR. 3028 BILL.POSTING IN MERTHYR CHRISTOPHER PULMAN, BILL-POSTER & TOWN CRIER, 17, Victoria-street, Merthyr, undertakes Bill-posting and Distributing throughout the tow and neighbourhood. 3029 All Orders by Post or otherwise carefully attended to. t? CASSTELL'S W ^COTFIEEIITF CASSELL'S COFFEES of SURPAS- C SING EXCELLENCE, great and widely spread popularity-extending over a period of more than i twenty-one years-celebrated throughout the kingdom for their richness, strength, and fine flavour. Owing to the recent favourable importations, the qualities are even superior to formerly. Cassell's Coffee Is., Is. 2d., & Is. 4d. per lb. Cassell's Coffee, fine qualities, Is. 8d. & 2s. per lb. CASSELL'S PURE TEAS have been C fully tested, and their reputation thoroughly established. They have been used and most highly ap- preciated by families in all parts of the kingdom during the greater part of a generation. The fine qualities now being supplied are adapted not only to maintain but in- crease the celebrity. Cassell's Pure Tea 2s. 4d., & 2s. 8d. per lb. Cassell's Pure Tea, finest qualities, 3s., 3s. 6d., and 4s. per lb., in packets of 2 oz. to 31b. Sold by Grocers Chemists, Confectioners, and others. Supplied wholesale by LEONARD & Co., Nelson-street, Bristol, And CASSELL, SMITH & Co., London. A GENCY.—Additional Agents Wanted for the sale of Cassell's Teas and Coffees. For terms apply to Cassell, Smith & Co., 80, Fenchurch-street, London. 3016 THE TEETH. ESTABLISHED 1809 H. M. JONES and SON, Surgeon Dentists, M.C.D.E., Number 19, NORTHAMPTON PLACE, Swansea., invite public attention to their Patented System of Painless Dentistry, which entirely supersedes all others. Their Artificial Teeth, being indestructible, never change colour nor decay, and by their wonderfully life- like appearance, defy detection, and restore the natural and youthful expression of the face. Terms strictly moderate. Consultation Gratis. A Vacancy for an Articled Pupil. Attendance every Monday at the residence of Mr. MORGAN WILLIAMS, Registrar, 118, High-street, Merthyr, from ten to four o'clock. Periodical attendance at Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire. For dates see Local Papers. 3013 One of the firm daily in attendance at No. 19, NORTHAMPTON PLACE, SWANSEA, IMPORTANT TO OFFICERS OF VOLUNTEER CORPS AND BANDMASTERS. C- TAYLOE, Music Seller, Market Square, Merthyr Tydfil, RESPECTFULLY announces that he has engaged a man of considerable skill and experience, Jom London, to Repair all kinds of Brass Musical In- struments, thus saving the expense hitherto incurred in forwarding them to London. All work done on the premises. 3051 IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE SWANSEA ROYAL & SOUTH WALES UNION FRIENDLY SOCIETY. (REGISTERED BY J. TIDD PRATT, ESQ.) Chief Offices-17, ORANGE STREET, Swansea HAVE Opened District Offices in Pontypridd and Aberdare, Mr. D. O. THOMAS, late Agent of the Manchester Provident Society, being ap- pointed District Manager for Pontypridd, and Mr THOMAS MORGAN, late Agent of the above-named Society, 53,Bute Street, Aberdare, is appointed District Manager for that place. 3050 BROWN & POLSON'S CORN FLOUR IS GENUINE. PREPARED SOLELY FROM MAIZE- INDIAN CORN TO OBTAIN EXTRA PROFIT BY THE SALE, OTHER QUALITIES BEARING A FALSE NAME ARE UNSCRUPULOUSLY SUBSTITUTED INSTEAD OF BROWN AND POLSON'S CORN FLOUR, Which is prepared'solely from Maize-Indian Corn. BROWN AND POLSON B were the first to adopt the name of Corn Flour and they are greatly interested in maintaining its reputation, which is liable to be discredited by the unwarrantable appropriation of the name to articles of a different cha- racter. TJROWN AND ROTORS With Milk for Children's Diet. BROWN AND POLSON'S B .n. CORN FLOUR to thicken Soups and Sauces. EO WN AND POLSON'S CORN FLOUR to thicken Beef-tea BROWN AND POLSON'S CORN FLOUR for Custards. BROWN AND POLSON'S CORN FLOUR for Blanc-mange. RO WN AND POLSON'S CORN FLOUR for Puddings. EARLINA Is rich in albuminous properties. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON P EXRL IN A Is rich in flesh-forming properties. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON. PE A R L IN A Has the sustaining properties of Oatmeal without being so heating. PE A R LI N A L May be used with or without Milk. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON. PEARLINA Boiled with water, and a little salt, is the most digestible Supper. PEARLINA lor Breakfast. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON PE ARLIN A For Baked Puddings. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON PEARLINA For Plum Puddings. Prepared by o PO BROWN and POLSON. PEARL INA Recipes upon each Package, Price 6d. NOTICES. JOHN EMRYS JONES, ..J- SCULPTOR AND PHOTOGRAPHER, BEGS to announce that he has removed his Stone Works and Photographic Business from Thomas Town to PONTMOBLAIS, just opposite the English Wesleya Chapel. 3150 MILLINERY, MANTLE AND DRESS-MAKING, ETC., UNDER COMPETENT MANAGEMENT. R. EDWARDS (Opposite the Vale of Neath Railway Station, i Merthyr), BEGS to announce that he has added the DRESS-MAKING To the MILLINERY and MANTLES; and that all Orders entrusted to him in the above branches will be executed on the Premises in the First Styles. | All Mourning Orders Punctually Executed. JFttnetals completelg iFutm'sfjeti. j 3063 i = i <i; • -=: PENTWYN RESERVOIR. ■ TO ANGLERS, BOATING PARTIES, &c. THE FISHING SEASON having now commenced, TICKETS for the Reservoir can be procured JL at the Reservoir of Mrs. ATKINS, Lessee; or at the TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Merthyr, at the following Charges: SEASON TICKETS, 10s. 6d., EACH; DAY DITTO, Is. EACH. PARTIES REQUIRING BOATS CAN MAKE ARRANGEMENTS AT THE RESERVOIR. 3151 TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IN SEARCH OF A CABINET, UPHOLSTERING, AND BEDDING MANUFACTORY, D AV I D BE A S. T, Of 9, Pontmorlais, and 50, Glebeland, Merthyr, invites attention to his Articles of Cabinet and other work, which wil be found equal to the best productions emanating from any expensive London Credit Firm. HART'S SYSTEM OF BUSINESS, Firstly, Quality and Fashion, in every description secondly, legitimate economy in prices, giving the public the full benefit of large and extensive transactions thirdly, the marking of all Goods in plain figures fourthly, the taking in exchange Goods of any commodity. Personal superintendence, with a rapid business conducted on the Cash principle, enables him to quote the following Moderate Charges :— £ s. d. & s. d. £ s. d. Drawing Room Suits 12 12 0 Full-size Feather Bed, Bol- MilpufT Bed full size and Mahogany Loo Tables 2 2 ster, and two Pillows 5 5 0 best quality 016 6 „ J • Milpuff Mattresses 110 Milpuff Bed full size second Mahogany hair-seated spring Paliasses 0 14 0 quality 0 10 6 nr i z. Iron half-tester Bedstead 1 12 6 Stair & passage Oilcloth from 010 Mahogany hair-seated chairs 0 15 Iron French Bedstead 0 15 6 Picture Frames at half the h,asy Chairs from 1 1 0 Circular front marble Wash- usual price Mahogany Pembroke Tables 1 2 6 gtand 115 0 I Milpuff from lid. per lb. Six Cane Chairs 0 17 0 Painted or polished Wash Stair rods (per dozen) 0 2 6 Six Windsor Chairs. 0 18 0 Stand and Table (pair) 0 15 6 Every other article equally cheap, and competition and contradiction defied. The trade and country dealers supplied at Wholesale Prices. Where economy and style are equally an object with ladies and gentlemen, they should favour DAVID HART with a trial Order Observe the Arldress :-Star Cabinet Works, 9, Pontmorlais, Merthyr; Second-hand Depot, 50, Glebeland, Merthyr. N.B.—Orders for Goods must be accompanied with a Merthyr reference or a remittance. 3033 DENTAL SURGERY. « MR. E. R. GAY, M SURGEON DENTIST, £ HH 55, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR.. 1-3 M pq fed -etj Attendance from Ten a.m. to Eight p.m. Consultations Free. Ed Q2 *.The great satisfaction given by Mr. E. R. GAY, to most of the influential Families in the pq town and county, including R. T. CRAWSHAY, ESQ., Of CYRARTHFA CASTLE, will, he hopes, be a sufficient guarantee of his skill and experience in all departments of the Dental Profession. 55, HIGH STREET MERTHYR, 3041 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. H. W. GRIFFITHS, SURGEON DENTIST, (And Assistant for a considerable period to Mr. T. Rees,) 0 ESPECTFULLY informs the Public of Merthyr, Aberdare, and Neighbourhood, that he may XV be consulted professionally, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, at 3A. Victoria-street, Merthyr. All operations in Dentistry carefully and skilfully performed. Artificial Teeth, guaranteed to answer all the purposes of Natural Teeth supplied at Moderate Charges. Children's Teeth regulated. Consultations Free. The most careful attention paid to all orders. Charges strictly Moderate. Cir ADDRESS—3A, VICTORIA STREET. 3035 WI L L I A MAS PRE Y, DEALER IN CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE &c. 51, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR-TYDFIL, IN announcing his succession to the above Old-established Business, carried on for the last Forty years bv his late Father, and afterwards continued by himself in conjunction with his Sister would respectfully intimate that he has a large and magnificent assortment of Goods, comprising Dinner, Dessert, Breakfast Tea and Toilet Services, the Patterns of which are select and modern, and the quality the best manufactured also a'large Stock of Cut Glass, in every requisite for the Table, of brilliant quality and finish. French China Bohemian Vases Lustres, Toilettes, China, Glass, Earthenware, Electro-Plated Goods, Cutlery, matched to pattern' and lent on hire for Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper Parties, at Moderate Charges. All Orders punctually attended to. The Trade supplied.—An inspection solicited. gggg I 87, HIGH STREET, MEBTRYR TYDFIL. M. W. ROBERTS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGER, DEALER IN CUTLERY, ELECTRO PLATE, STOVES, RANGES, FENDERS, FIRE IRONS, IRON BEDSTEADS, MECHANICAL TOOLS, COPPER AND TIN GOODS, AND ALL MANUFACTURED ARTICLES OF IRONMONGERY AND HARD W ARE. KW Special attention is invited to his New Stock of BATHS, and GARDEN TOOLS ■ also to GROCERS' TEA CANISTERS, SCALES, &c., at prices which will compare favourably •with those charged by Bristol Houses. 3 Dealer in Oils, Colours, Roojing Felt, and Vulcanized India Riibber Goods. 3037 == 'J T R A D E MARK. x NOW-" COLMAN'S BRITISH CORN FLOUR TS prepared from RICE, the Staple Food of more than Jhrce Hundred Millions (300,000,000) of 1 People, and is unequalled for Blanc Mange,^ Custards, Pud g >1 P c., and is the most wholesome and easily digestible Food for Children and Invalids. ,vl.raT™ M T) F l)i Testimonial from EDWIN LANKESTKR, M.JJ., Rice-Flour is Corn-Flour, and I regard this preparation of Messrs. COLMAN S as superior to anything of the kind now before the public." T, T TVT T4 Testimonial from ARTHUR. HILL HASSALL, M.D. I find it to be perfectly pure and most carefully manufactured; it fo n exceedingly digestible and wholesome article of diet." >r n Testimonial from CHARLES A. CAMERON, M.D. I have never tasted anything of the kind more agreeable in flavour or so easIly digestible." Sold by all Grocers and Druggists, in 1 lb., t lb., and j lb., Packets. 3038 6 & 7, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR.-GOOD NEWS FOR 1870. MOSES GOODMAN & CO., BEG to announce that they have now on hand a Large, Magnificent, and well-assorted Stock of Furniture, of the very best of Manufacture in the Trade, which they confidently offer both in respect of Quality and Price, as unsurpassed in Merthyr or elsewhere. Ihe following prices will convey an idea of the charges, and as for the quality, an inspection is solicited:— PRICES: S. d. g 8 (J £ s d Chest of Drawers I 0 0 to 4 0 0 Milpuff beds. 0 8 0 to 0)5 (i, Clieffioneers « 0 and upwards Wood bedsteads 0 4 e and upwards Mahogany loo table « O Easy chairs 0 18 0 M ahogany hair-seated spring sofas 2 10 0 to 4 0 0 6 cane-seated chairs for 0 15 0 Mahogany couch. 2 10 0 and upwards 6 mahogany chairs for 1 4 0 Pembroke table J Well made round table 4s. with turned lees 5s. 6d. French bedsteads c n Square tables O 6 0 and upwards Gilt pier glasses i £ to 5 0 0 Paliasses O 10 0 Iron bedsteads ,.060 ..200 Washstand and table, o 10 o Feather beds 0 0 10 to Is. 3d. per lb. Looking glasses 0 3 o 0 her Articles too numerous to mention, equally cheap and all we made. New and Second-Hand FUBNITTIRE of every description.—M. G. and Co., pledge tltentselves that all Goods sold by them are made on the premises, and of the best description. tW Parties leaving the neighbourhood, wishing to dispose of their Goods, may call, andther will have v the utmost value for the same 3039 NOTICES. 68, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR. J. f V.Tl'NX'S HALF-CROWl<r (s/6) TEA. THIS Well-known Strong Black Tea can now be obtained from Mr. ALEX. GUNN, Confectioner JL 39, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR, and UNION STREET, DOWLAIS, and delivered by his Vans to the ollowing places weekly Cefn, Troedyrhiw, Rhymney, Tredegar, Quaker's Yard, and Nelson. 3155 Gh A B D E N S E E D S. J., D- O E O R G EI (Late T. REES), 128, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, BEGS to state that he has just received a Large Stock of New Garden Seeds from one of the -~r,. lar?est and most respectable Houses in the Trade, and solicits an early inspection. The priees will be found strictly monderate— compatible with New and Genuine Seeds. Catologues on application. 3044 THE FIRE AT WATERLOO HOUSE, MERTHYR. EVAN MEREDITH WILL OPEN A SHOP Temporarily (until the NEW PREMISES are erected in High-street) NEXT DOOR TO MR. MEREDITH'S FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, VICTORIA- STREET, On SATURDAY, JUNE 18TH, 1870, when he will SHOW a Magnificent NEW STOCK of GENERAL DBAPERT O-OOIDS, Adapted to the Present Season. The Inspection and Patronage of the Public are respectfully Solicited. 3147 ALBION HOUSE, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR. WHITSUN HOLIDAYS. The Public are most respectfully informed ;.1 THAT OUR SHOW ROOM IS NOW OPENED With an Extensile Assortment of NEW EF O O D s, Consisting of Jackets, Shawls, Dresses, Straw Millinery and Bonnets, Feathers, Flowers, and 'J Straw Hats in Endless Variety. t ALSO MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS. JONES AND JEREMY RESPECTFULLY Solicit the same Liberal Patronage as hitherto received, for which they beg to tender the Public their best thanks. 3082 -=- THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, 122, High Street, Opposite the Vale of Neath Railway Station, Merthyr. DOMESTIC IMPROVEMENTS, NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT ONE OF HANCOCK'S PATENT BUTTER MACHINES, F AND GENERAL DOMESTIC PRESS, OR washing butter from all traces of milk and acid, also for cooling and making it firm in hot w eatlier, without touching with the hand, and for removing the flavour of turnips and turning salt butter into Urr?.- y t*le act*on of co*d water only also for pressing juices from fruits, mashing potatoes, turnips, • 1 ils machine mashes potatoes into ornamental forms, at the same time being as line as flour. Used also by chemists, &c., as Tincture Presses; PRICES :-For Family Use, 10s. 6d., and 15s. 6d. each. For Dairy Use, 42s., 52s. 6d., and 105s. each. SOLE AGENT for Merthyr, Dowlais, Rhymney, and Tredegar Districts, 3034 WILLIAM JAMES, FURNISHING ANp GENERAL IRONMONGER, SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY Jf^JiEHOUSE, 122, HIGH ST., MERTHYR TYDFIL- j> sr- f ■ > M I TARAXACUM, I H °B 1 DANDELION COFFEE, |„ 2 w Prepared from the pure fresh Dandelion Root. Ki 2, « ctf gf 3 g I This article contains, in an agreeable form, all the properties of go S the root from which it is prepared, the valuable qualities of which 'j] o Are daily becoming more generally appreciated. S, Especially recommended to Invalids as an article of diet, and M rg particularly to those who suffer from Weak Digestion, Nervous « g 2$and Dyspeptic Affections, FlatrJency, Distension, and Biliary rjf S Q Obstructions, in all cases of which it will be found imraluable, at t»> p a & the same time extremely pleasant to the palate. £ < 85 Public Speakers and Singers will find it to be a very pleasant .8 « beverage after their exertions; it assists digestion, and stimulates (4) 9 H the operations of the | DIRECTIONS 3TOR USE. W jO ■1 Upon two table-spoonfula of this Preparation pour one pint of boiling (j of water, let it infuse by the lira for ten minutes, then add Tniik and sugar «M 2| aa agreeable. S5 << S « rREPARED BY » Si W. L. DANIEL, i* S | CHEMIST,—64, HIGH STEEET, MERTHYR. | £ 9 a Sold only in Tine, at la. 6d. each. 2. ■ £ • ■ = t$> • X Two Tins sent by Bail to any part of the United Kingdom on receipt of ;|3 f £ rorty-glghtjjtampa- jj| 5 S fLOCAL AGENT8:$ ffi Aberdare—Thomas,—Evans; Brynmattr— Evans, Cefn—D. Hughes,— v 3 Jones Dovlai*—Evans; Birwaim—George Mountain Ath—White w <K Pontypridd—Bassett; Xhymney—Dixon Tredegar—Evans; Troed- 3? vrhiw—Sharp, Jones. & B- ——— « 3046 A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND ELEGANT PAPE HANGINGS, TO BE SOLD CHEAP, AT THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, HIGH-ST., (Opposite the Market House, Merthyr. 30 PRINTING-, RULING, PAGING, AND PERPORA1K[i& FOR THE TRADE, AT The" Telegraph" Steam Printing Office, MERTHYR TYDFIL. OOD WORKMANSHIP. -MODERATE CHARGES.—PROMPTITUDE (jT IN THE EXECUTION OF ORDERS 3045 -= L. R. LUMLEY, [ .dPPRAISER, 29, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. ESTIMATES PREPARED. Work in all E branches of the Building Trade Measured and Valued Dilapidations and Cost of Repairs made up at Reasonable Charges. 3053 THE^CEFN BRICK AND COAL COMPANY, Cefn Railway Station, Near Merthyr Tydfil, South JVales, BEG to inform the Public of Cefn, Merthyr, and its Neighbourhood, they have on hand at the above Yard, a large STOCK of first-class BRICKS, PAVING STONES, and COAL, which they can recom- mend to the Public at a low price. GRAVES also Bricked at low prices. OFFICES ROSE tk CASTLE, CEFN. 3057 THOMAS MORGAN, AGENT, A. R. THOMAS, TIMBER MERCHANT, EAST BUTE DOCK TIMBER YARD, AND STEAM SAW MILLS WHARF, CARDIFF, Adjoining Custom House. ALL kinds of FOREIGN TIMBER, DEALS, SCANTLINGS, LATHS FLOOR BOARDS, &c., supplied to order. Prices on applcation. 3043 FIRST-CLASS PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS. PIANOFORTES and HARMONIUMS, by the P best makers, may be procured on highly ad- vantageous terms, of Mr. EDWARD LAWRANCE, Organist, and Professor of Music, 2, Courtland Ter- race, Merthyr Tydfil. 3042 NOTICES. REES LLOYD ATKINS, (SUCCESSOR TO THE LATE F. ATKIXS.) RESPECTFULLY thanks his friends and the public generally for the support they accorded to his late Father, as Auctioneer and Appraiser, and would intimate that he will continue the Business of AUCTIONEER. APPRAISER, HOUSE, ESTATE, and GENERAL COMMISSION A«ENT, at NORTH STREET, DOWLAIS, and PENGELLY FAWR, VAYNOR. Agent to the Sun Fire and Life Insurance Office Established A.D. 1710 and the Commercial Indemnity Corporation of Great Britain Limited). He begs to state that all matters entrusted to his care will be conducted in full confidence, and all accounts settled in the most prompt manner. Business conducted on the most reasonable terms. 3156 WHEN YOU ASK FOR GLEN FIELD STARCH SEE THAT YOU GET IT, As Inferior Kinds are often Substituted for the sake of extra profits. 3030 AUSTRALIA. BLACK BALL" LINE OF PACKETS, SAILING MOM LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FOR MELBOURNE AND QUEENSLAND. Jr.IT JT- THE Vessels of this line have _1_ made the fastest passages on record to and from Australia, and their accommodation for all classes of pas- WjfiAflilaMpr senders is unequalled. Thirty Acres of Land, valued £ 30. are *niw' (' given free to all classes paying their passage by this Line to Queensland. For particulars apply to JAMES BAIXES, TAYLOR, and Co., 60, Castle-street, Liverpool; or to T. M. MACKAY, Sox, and Co.. 1, Leadenhall-street, London. 3152 "ANCHOR" LINE OF TRANSATLANTIC STEAM-PACKET SHIPS. *3 T) EGULAR and Direct Steam commu- i"V, rC, nication from GLASGOW to eommu. NEW YORK. Unless prevented by unforeseen circumstances. Every Wednesday and Saturday, Calliag at Moville, Lough Foyle, on following day, to embark passengers And for Halifax, N.S., and St. John, N.B., ;i Saturday, May 21st. J SALOON CABIN. f: £ 12 12s, 113 13s, E14 14s, and EI-5 15s. AsecQrding to accommodation and situation of berths. INTERMEDIATE EIGHT GUINEAS, STEERAGE SIX GUINEAS. Steerage Passengers are Booked Through, via New-York to BOSTON and QUEBEC, at same Rates of Passages as to New-York. They are also forwarded to all Railway Stations in the United States of America, and in the Dominion of Canada, as safely, speedily, comfortably, and Cheaply as by any other Route or Line. For further particulars, Apply to HANDYSIDE <C FHENDERSON, OG.V, Foyle-street, Londonaerry, or 51, Union-street, Glasgow, or to MORGAN, SON, and Co., Cardiff: or to Mr. J. lIIoR"A.N Castle Street, Glebeland or to Mr. G. BARLOW, 17, Well- stree Dowlais. 3040 MAY, 1870. "INCREASED" STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CORK AND CARDIFF AND NEWPORT HE Cork Steam Ship Company's 1 ril HE Cork Steam Ship Company's 9* JL First-class Powerful Steamers DODO," Captain Raynes, 1000 tons, 300 aiSSSSSsp ,T "GANNET," Captain Catlicait, 1000 tons, 300 H. P., are intended to ply as underneath, unless prevented by any unforeseen occurrence, with or without a Pilot, with liberty to tow vessels, during the month of MAY, 1870. To CORK. X ewport, Wednes 4..6i afternoon Cardiff, Saturday 7.. 9 morning Newport, Wednes. 11.. It afternoon — Cardiff, Saturday B.. 4 morning Newport, Wednes 18.. 7 afternoon — Cardiff, Saturday morning — Newport, Wednes 25. ,1A afternoon — Cardiff, Saturday 28. 4 morning FROM CORK. To Newport, Monday 30.. 2A afternoon — Milford and Cardiff', Wednesday 4.. 4 morning Newport, Monday. 9..81 morning — Milford and Cardiff, Wednesday. 11.. 11 afternoon Newport, Monday 10.. 3 afternoon Milford and Cardiff, Wednesday. IS.. -t morning — Newport, Monday 23..9 morning Milford and Cardiff, Wednes 25..lli afternoon To Newport, Monday 30.. 2s afternoon. FARES from Cork to Cardiff and Newport:-Best Cabin, 17s. M.—Deck, 7s. No Steward's Fee. Return Tickets available for one month. 27s. tST Goods conveyed to and from Limerick and Glasgow at Through Rates via Cork. Horses, Carriages, Live Stock, and Goods for Shipment should be alongside FOUR HOURS before the advertised time of starting. For particulars, apply to the Secretary, Cork Steam Ship Co., Cork Ford and Jackson, Milford James Maddocks, Cork Steam Ship Co.'s Wharf, Newport, or to E. C. DOWN- ING. Bute Docks, Cardiff. 3041 DR. HUNTER'S Special Lectures to Young Men, on HEALTH, ITS RESTORATION, AND HAPPY MARRIAGES.—When to many, with advice to those who contemplate marriage, pointing out certain impediments which render married life unhappy, and directions for their speedy removal. Should be read by all who value health, strength, and manhood, and wish to attain a happy old age. — Post free on receipt of two stamps. Address, Secretary, Institute of Anatomy, Birmingham. 3153 Just published, Post Free for two Stamps. DR. WATSON (OF THE LOCK HOSPITAL, F.S.A., F.R.A.S., Member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, has just Published EVERYBODY'S GUIDE TO HEALTH OK THE SELF-CURE of nervous and physical debility spermatorrhoea, wasting of the vital fluid*, and withering of the nervous tissues, lassitude, loss of energy and appetite, groundless fears, and other disorders of the sexual system; presented to sufferers in order to lay bare the hidden causes of those maladies which afflict humanity, and afford such advice as will effect a cure in the majority of cases, without dangerous medicines and expensive con- sultations, which may be dispensed with. Sent post free, on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. WATSON, No. 1, SotTTH CRESCENT, BEDFORD SQUARE, LoXDOX.W.C. For distinguished qualifications, vide Diplomas. Professional consultations daily from 11 to 2, and 5 till 8 evening. Sundays 10 till 1. We are glad to find Dr. Watson has embodied his great experience and recent discoveries in awork lately published or the benefit of Suffering Invalids."—Hospital Gazette. CONSULTATION (GRATIS) BY LETTER. N.B.-Diseases of infection oured in a few days. Also by the same Author, free for three stamps, MEDICAL GUIDE TO MARRIAGE, a Practical Treatise on its Physical and Personal obligations, and showing the means whereby certain impediments which mar the happiness of Married life, I may be speedily removed. Just published, post free for three stamps. MEDICAL FRIEND AND MARRIAGE GUIDE; or THE WAY TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. ,SS. Weakness, Debility, Loss of Power, Impediments to Marriage, Lassitude, Depression of Spirits, Loss of Enertrv and Appetite, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Timiditv Self-Distrust, Love of Solitude, Groundless Fears Palpita- tion of the Heart, Noises in the Head and Ears Dizziness Indecision, Wretchedness, Impaired Sight and Mpmrar' Indigestion and Bodily Prostration, Memory, CURED BY SUFFERERS THEMSELVES. Enclose three stamps, and address, W HALLE Esq 1, South Crescent, Store-street, London c Certain disqualifications which destroy the happiness of Wedded Life, are herein demonstrated to be curable in a days WITHOUT MEDICINE. The Remedial agents are simple in application, whereby suffererer tare enabled to cure themselves privately, and at a trifling outlay. Just published, post free for two stamps. WONDERFUL MEDICAL DISCOVERY, with local means of Self-Cure without medicine, whereby the following maladies are speedily and perma- nently removed, and vigourous health restored, nervous and physical debility, spermatorrhoea, incapacity for marriage, lassitude, depression of spirits, enerfy and appetite, pains in the back and limbs, idity, self- distrust, dizziness, love of solitude, eaTs>Pal- citation of the heart, noises in the head and ears, indeci- sion, impaired sight and memory, indigestion, and bodily prostration of the whole system.. The most important fact that these alarming complaints may easily be removed WITHOUT MEDICINE Is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely new and hiehlv successful treatment, as adopted by the Author, fu explained, by means of which EVERY ONE IS ENABLED TO CURE HIMSELF perfectly, and at the least possible cost.-Sent free on receipt of two stamps by W. HILL, Esq., M.A., Berkeley House, South Crescent, Russel Square, London, W.C. 3154 NOTICES. rpRY COLES AND CO.'S IMPROVED OIL PASTE BLACKING. Manufactory 8, PHILADELPHIA STREET, BRISTOL. Agents Wanted. 3005 MONEY. SUMS of Money from £ 100 to £ 2000..to be advanced on Mortgage of Freehold or Leasehold Property. Aprlyat 28. Victoria Street, Merthyr-Tydfil. :;ios MONEY TO LEND. Tradesmen Far- I mers and others who require an advance of money can have any amount, from £ 50 to £ 5000, upon good per- sonal security, at 5 per cent, interest, from any period from one to five years, repayable quarterly or half-vearly. Monev also advanced on Mortgage upon Freehold, Leasehold, or Landed Property, for a term of years at a low rate of in- terest. I. pwards of £ 000,000 have already been advanced. Apply to Mr. C. Johns, 13, Prospect-place, Stow Hill, Newport. Mon. All applications by post to contain four stamps for reply. 3093 OLD PAPERS AND PARCHMENTS,— A-7 Owing to an unusual demand, CHARLES T. JEFFRIES and SONS, Wholesale and Export Stationers, &c., Cangyne Buildings, Redcliff-street, Bristol, are just now prepared to give a very high price for any sort of OLD PAPERS for re-manufacturing into Paper, <bc. Upon re- ceipt of instructions, addressed "Waste Department," Bags will be sent for packing the same, and, upon receipt of Goods, the value will be forthwith remitted. Their present prices will be found much in excess of that usually given by Dealers and others. 3031 RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND, for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and all disorders of the Chest and Lungs. It promotes expectoration, abates fever, and allays the cough. Agreeable to the palate, it is administered with ease and safety to CHIL- DREN as well as ADULTS. It will be found to give instan- taneous relief, and if persevered in it will scarcely ever fail to effect a rapid cure. IT HAS A MOST PLEASANT AND LUSCIOUS TASTE. Important Testimonials. 18, Calthorpe Street, Birmingham. SIR,—When in Swansea, I was recommended by a che- mist there to try your Balsam, and found great benefit from it. Please send some immediately to Address — Yours truly, J. BARNSLEY, To Mr. Hayman, Chemist. Contractor. 1C, Picton Place, Carmarthen Sir,—I have had several bottles of your Balsam, and have found it of infinite value. It is indeed an excellent remedy for Cough.—Yours truly, JAMES BOWEN, Station Master JOSEPH DAVIES, Engineer, Aberaman. ill for three years with bad Cough and Asthma, often unable to work, and confined to his bed bought the Balsam from Mr. SIMS, Chemist, Hirwain, felt better after taking one bot- tle, and was quite cured in a fortnight. Prepared only by A. HAYMAN, Chemist, Neath sold in bottles at Is. Id. and 2s. 94. each, by all respectable chemists in Swansea, Cardiff, JMerthyr, Aberdare, Car- marthen, Haverfordwest, and the whole Principality Wholesale Agents:- W. Sutton &, Co., Barclay A Sons London Henry Collins, Bristol; and Evans & Co., Liver- pool. —— CAUTION—As unpricipled parties are offering an imi- tation for sale, the public are requested to observe that the words OF HOHEllorND" are stamped on the bottle, without which none are genuine. 3032 READ THE "WARNING VOICE." A SPECIAL WORK for PRIVATE IN- STRUCTION, by HEXKY SMITH, M.D., of the 1'niversity of Jena. The Warning Voice to Young- Men (leo pages gives the New Special Treatment and only cure of Nervous Debility, painful dreams, mental and physical depression, palpitations of the heart, noises in the head and ears, indecision, impaired sight and me- mory, indigestion, loss of energy and appetite, pains in the back, timidity, self-distrust, dizziness, love of solitude, groundless fears, local weaKness, muscular relaxation, &e.. which, if neglected, end in consumption A: premature death. Gives prescriptions and instructions by which thousands have been restored to health and vigour. With New Chapter on the Absurdity of Galvanism or Electricity for the Cure of Nervous Debility. Contains many letters from sufferers who have tried the so-called remedies without medicine, proving that Electricity Will Not Cure. ILLUSTRATED with Cases and Testimonials from grateful patients, WITII: MEANS OF CUKE usEn in each case. The Warning Voice (10,000 copies of which are printed for Free Circulation) will be sent in an envelope free by post to any address, secure from observation, on receipt of two stamps. Address, Dr. H. Smith, S, Burton-crescent, London, W.C. IMPORTANT TO COUNTRY PATIENTS. Consult a London Physician, by Letter, witheut Fee Dr. H. SMITH will, for the benefit of those 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, Burton Crescent, ondon, W.C. 3075 WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF NERVOUS DEBILITY Read the SECRET FRIEND" and judge for yourself. THIS WONDERFUL MEDICAL GUIDE which not only gives the cause, but shows how a permanent cure can be affected in all cases of nervous debility, depression of spirits, timidity, impaired sight and memory, pains in the back, lassitude, spermatorrhea, impediments to marriage, stricture, secondary symptoms and all venereal diseases, without the use of mercury* rl Dr. BARNES' long experience in the treatment of all sexual diseases has enabled him to treat the most inveter- ate cases with marked success. This valuable work" THE SECRET FRIEND," is illustrated with numerous cases and testimonials from patients expressing their deepest gratitude for having been restored to health and manly vigour. J To the Married and Single this book is in valuable. Sent post free secure from observation on receipt of two stamps Address, Dr. BARNES, 30, Thornhill Crescer.J. 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The Ointment, rubbed around the part affected, enters the pores just as salt enters meat. It quickly penetrates to the source of the evil and drives it from the system. DISEASES ATTENDANT ON CHILDHOOD. Diseases incident to early life fall more under the management of the mother than the medical man. Hol- loway's Ointment should therefore be regarded by her as a Household Treasure," as it never fails in bringing out the rash in measles and scarletina and for the removal of all skin diseases its effect is miraculous. In cases of whooping cough and croup, this invaluable Ointment should be rubbed twice a-day upon the throat and chest, and the youngest invalid will derive therefrom the most soothing relief. Two or three of Holloway's famous Pills. reduced to a powder, will augment the curative powers of this Ungent. £ ofk the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following cases:— Bad legs Chilblains Gout Sore-throats Bad breasts ChappedhandsQ I a n d u I a rSkin-discr.se? Burns Cerng (soft) swellings Scurvy Bunions Cancers Lumbago Sore-heads Bite of Mos-ContractedandPiles Tumours chetoes and stiff joint* Rheumatism, Ulcers Sand flies Elephantiasis Scald* Wounds Coco-bay Fistulas Sore Nipples Yaws Chiego-foot p Sold at the Establishment of PROFESSOR ROLLO\ A." 533, Oxford Street, London, aDd by all respectable Drngl gists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilised world, at the following prices :-ls. lid., 2s. 9d., 4s. gd. lls., 22s., 33s. each pot. fie There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to each Pot. 3919