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MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS AND TAYLOR'S SALES. MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS, HOUSE, ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENTS, BEG to inform the Public that all matters entrusted to their care will be punctually, promptly, 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, &e. Railway and other Shares Bought or Sold, and daily Prices obtained on application. Offices': 140, High Street, Merthy-i Tydfil. 3025 I •USMPERANCE HALL, MERTHYR TYDFIL. TO DRAPERS, FAMILIES, AND OTHERS. important Sale of Linen d: Woollen Drapery Goods. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. H. TV, HARRIS # TAYLOR, AT the TEMPERANCE HALL, Merthyr Tydfil (removed for the convenience of Sale), on TITESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 21st and 22nd of JUNE, a choice and well-selected Stock of DRAPERY "OODS, consisting of superfine broad and narrow woollen r°tns, gentlemen's shirts, shirtings, fine French linen jronts, collars, silk scarfs, ties, hosiery, men's stout ^ardigan jackets, shawls, mantles, rich velvet jackets, ■f.ffnch corsets, gloves ribbons, rich black and coloured men's silk, straw, and felt hats, &c., &c together AIX a JEWELLERY, consisting of studs, lockets, ibert chains, solitaires, Ac., &c. ^'0 months' credit will be given to wholesale purchasers TU 0 an(i upwards, with approved security. -1 he Lots will be put up to suit the trade, as well as pr*vate families. wii '° commence each day at 11 o'clock, and the whole j he sold without reserve. Auctioneers' Offices, June 16, 1^70. 3186 pENYDARRAN, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Leaselwld Property. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, On MONDAY, the 27th day of JUNE, 1870, AT the HonsE & GUOOM INN*, Penydarran, at eight o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced. All that LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING **OUSE, with the Garden thereto belonging, situate and DeiJJg No. SO, Gellyfaelog-road, Penydarran, now in the occupation of Mr Thomas Davies, at the monthly rent of 10s. 6d. These premises are held under a lease frcm the Peny- I u*rran Iron Company for the residue of a term of 99 yews, commencing from the 29th day of September, 1839, j? are subject to the yearly ground rent of M'A Is. 6d. for further particulars apply to Messrs. MORGAN and Solicitors, Merthyr Tydfil; or to the Auctioneers, High-street, Merthyr Tydfil. Auctioneers' Offices, June 15th, 1870. 3188 MERTHYR TYDFIL. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Messrs. E. W. HARRIS$TAYLOR, At the VOLUNTEER INN, Merthyr Tydfil, ON FRIDAY, the 24th day of June, 1870, twelve Pockets of PRIME YEARLING HOPS, rna,ch will be put up in lots of Pockets and Half-Pockets, ''suit small as well as large purchasers. '-ale to commence at 2 o'clock precisely. Auctioneers' Offices, June 16, 1870. 3187 _SALE BY MB DAVID PRICE. MARKET HOUSE, MERTHYR. MR. DAVID PRICE, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, In Front of the Theatre, Merthyr, A MANUFACTURER'S STOCK of First- class Eowler and other HATS, about 400 in also, a large number of Fancy Wool Shirts, and *«0U8 other articles of Drapery. jv-J-ne Sale will take place on SATURDAY and MON- Sai ^ext, the 18th and 20th JUNE, and on the following aturdays and Mondays, if not sold on the davs of sale J* advertised. kale to commence each day at Eleven a.m. No reserve Auctioneer's Offices, June 15th, 1S70. 316 ====- SALE BY MR. WILLIAM MORGAN. MR. WILLIAM MORGAN Is instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, In one or more lots, At the NEW INN, MOUNTAIN ASH, ] On MONDAY, the 27TH day of JUNE, 1870, At Seven o'clock in the Evening, f ALL those Eight MESSUAGES or DWEL- I LING HOUSES (with space to build 2 more houses) s*tuate in Dover-street, Mountain Asli, yielding a rental £ 62 88., and held under a lease for 99 years from 30th I860, at the annual ground rent of £ 8 i-s. The Rouses are well situated, substantially built, have gardens ( attached, and are let to respectable tenants. A portion °« the purchase money may remain on mortgage. For particulars see Handbills, and apply to Auctioneer, 'JWernyblithe, Glyn Neath or Mr ISAAC DAVIES REES, I Solicitor, Aberdare. 317 BLINDS! BLINDS! BLINDS! BUTLER FOR WINDOW BLINDS. 4, BETHESDA-STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRECON ROAD, MERTHYR. Great Reduction in Priee! Butler's Improved Brass- *°P Window Blinds. Wire, Zinc, and Venetian Blinds. Remember! Butler for Window Blinds.—The only Manufacturer in Wales. 3052 COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR. MR. EDWXRD LAWRANCE, Professor of Music, and Organist of St. David's Church, *s PrePared to receive additional Pupils. Aberdare, &c., &c., visited professionally every week. Aerms for Pianoforte, Organ, Singing, Harmonium Les- 3> &c., &c., may be known on application. ADDRESS :— 3042 2, Courtland Terrace, Merthyr. 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 j?I"he has GXVEX UP HIS STALL in the MARKET ,ySE, and will henceforth carry on his business solely «t VICTORIA STREET (opposite the Market Square), here he hopes, by supplying good articles at moderate PHees, to merit a continuance of their support All Orders promptly attended to. ^ov^ieth, 1869 3014 THE CEFN BRICK AND COAL COMPANY, Cefn Railway Station, Near Merthyr Tydfil, South Waits, BEG to inform the Public of Cefn, Merthyr, and its Neighbourhood, they have on hand at above Yard, a large STOCK of first-class BRICKS, tr¡.A.. "DoG STONES, and COAL, which they can recom- t?e.nd to the Public at a low price. GRAVES also ^cked at l°w Prices. OFFICES:—ROSE & CASTLE, CEFN. 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., ^^Plied to order. Prices on application. o043 FIRST-CLASS PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS. T^LANOFORTES and HARMONIUMS, by the w" best makers, may be procured on highly ad- Oi*?taJ?eous terms,, of Mr. EDWARD LAWKANCS, and Professor of Music, 2, Courtland Ter- > Merthyr Tydfil. 3042 NOTICES. J. OEPPEN, \TAIL0R AND OUTFITTER, 56, THOMAS STREET, MERTHYR. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 3027 MATTHEWS, BROTHERS, & CO., MATTHEWS, BROTHERS, & CO., WHOLESALE WINE K SPIRIT MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN CIGARS, MERTHYR. 3028 BILL-POSTING IN MERTHYR CHRISTOPHER PULMAN, BILL-POSTER & c 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. o.. CASSELLYS I-, c orWB CASSELL'S COFFEES of SURPAS- C SING EXCELLENCE, great and widely spread popularity-extending over a period of more than 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. AGENCY.—Additional Agents Wanted for the sale of Cassell's Teas and Coffees. For terms apply to Cassell, Smith & Co., 80, Fenchurch-street, London. 301S TH E 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. Mokcian 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- TAYLOB, 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. rHE SWANSEA ROYAL & SOUTH WALES UNION FRIENDLY SOCIETY. (REGISTERED BY J. TIDD PBATT, ESQ.) Chief Offices-17, ORANGE STREET, Swansea HAVE Opened District Offices in Pontypridd i and Aberdare, Mr. D. O. THOMAS, late J Agent of the Manchester Provident Society, being ap- L pointed District Manager for Pontypridd, and Mr Thomas S1 Mokuan, late Agent of the above-named Society, M,Bute ai street, Aberdare, is appointed District Manager for that )lace. 3050 BROWN & POLSON'S :JORN FLOUR I IS GENUINE. PREPARED SOLELY FROM MAIZE- INDIAN CORN J TO OBTAIN IT] EXTRA PROFIT BY THE SALE, OTHER QUALITIES"* BEARING A FALSE NAME Li IBE UNSCRUPULOUSLY SUBSTITUTED INSTEAD OF BROWN AND POLSON'S CORN FLOUR, Which is preparedjsolely from Maize-Indian Corn. BROWN AND POLSON 13 were the first to adopt the name of Corn Flour, and hey are greatly interested in maintaining its reputation, phich is liable to be discredited by the unwarrantable ppropriation of the name to articles of a different cha- y| icter. Brown and polson's CORN FLOUR With Milk for Children's Diet. ROWN AND POLSO N'S B CORN FLOUR to thicken Soups and Sauces. ROWN AND POLSON'S B CORN FLOUR to thicken Beef-tea Brown and polson's CORN FLOUR for Custards. BROWN AND POLSON'S B CORN FLOUR for Blanc-mange. BROWN AND POLSON'S B CORN FLOUR for Puddings. PEARLLN A Is rich in albuminous properties. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON E ARLIN A Is rich in flesh-forming properties. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON. PE A R L I N A Has the sustaining properties of Oatmeal without being so heating. PEARLIN A JL May be used with or without Milk. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON. PE ARLIN A Boiled with water, and a little salt, is the most digestible Supper. PEAELINA For Breakfast. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON T>E ARLIN A For Baked Puddings. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON 13 IN A T>E ARLIN A For Plum Puddings. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON. pEARLIN A 2965 upon each Package. Price 6d. NOTICES. I JOHN EMRYS JONES, SCULPTOR AND PHOTOGRAPHER, BEGS to announce that he has removed his Stone Works and Photographic Business from Thomas Town ta PONTMORLAIS, just opposite the English Wesleya Chapel. 3150 i MILLINERY, MANTLE AND DRESS-MAKING, ETC., i UNDER COMPETENT MANAGEMENT. R. EDWARDS (Opposite the Vale of Neath Railway Station, 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. iFunetalg completelg jJFntnfsfjelf. 306S 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, DAVID H ABT, 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 LondoB 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 ngures 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 :— d z a. d. s. d. £ s. d. Drawing Room Suits 12 12 0 Full-size Feather Bed, Bol- Milpuff Bed full size and Mahniranv T,nn Tahlpc 2 2 ster> tw0 Plll°ws 5 5 0 best quality 0 16 o ,» Milpuff Mattresses 110 Milpuff Bed full size seoond Mahogany hair-seated spring Paliasses 014 0 quality 0 10 6 soiu. 4 4 0 Iron half-tester Bedstead 112 6 Stair & passage Oilcloth from 0 10 Mahogany hair-seated chairs 0 15 Iron French Bedstead 0 15 6 Picture Frames at half the Easy Chairs from 1 1 0 Circular front marble Wash- usual price Mahogany Pembroke Tables 1 2 6 stand 1 15 0 I Milpuff from ljd. 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 Address :—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. n MR, E. R. GAY, S SURGEON DENTIST, £ HH 55, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR.. Attendance from Ten a.m. to Eight p.m. Consultations Free. &- Ph jxJ dq The great satisfaction given by Mr. E. R. GAY, to most of the influential Families in the qq p^rj town and county, including • R. T. CRAWSHAY, ESQ., Of Cyfarthfa CASTLE, will, he hopes, be a sufficient guarantee of his skill and experience in all departments of the Dental Profession. 55, HIGH STREET MERTHYB. 3047 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. H. W. GRIFFITHS, SURGEON DENTIST (And Assistant for a considerable period to Mr. T. Rees,) RESPECTFULLY informs the Public of MerthjT, Aberdare, and Neighbourhood that he mav be consulted professionally, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, at 3A, Victoria-street, Merthyr All on*ration* 1 •entistry carefully and skilfully performed. Artificial Teeth, guaranteed to answer all the purposes of applied at Moderate Charges. Children's Teeth regulated. Consultations Free. The most careful attention mild to 11 orders. Charges strictly Moderate. oa tV ADDRESS-3A, VICTORIA STREET. 3035 W ILL I A MAS PRE V, )EALER IN CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE &c. 51, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR-TYDFIL, fN announcing his succession to the above Old-established Business, carried on for the last Fortir L years by his late Father, and afterwards continued by himself in conjunction with his Sister vranM itimate that he has a large and magnificent assortment of Goods, comprising Dinner, Dessert, Breakfa^ ailet Services, the Patterns of which are select and modern, and the quality the best manufactured also a large ,ock of Cut Glass, in every requisite for the Table, of brilliant quality and finish. French China, BoheZn vS nstres, Toilettes, China, Glass, Earthenware, Electro-Plated Goods, Cutlery, matched to pattern andwJ r Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper Parties, at Moderate Charges. All Orders punctually attended to pplied.—An inspection solicited. "vuv 87, HIGH STREET, MERTHYB TYDFIL. M. W. ROBERTS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IEONMOKffEE DEALER IN CUTLERY, ELECTRO PLATE, STOVES, RANGES E R FENDERS, FIRE IRONS, IRON BEDSTEADS, MECHANICAL TnnTfl COPPER AND TIN GOODS, uulJ°' AND ALL MANUFACTURED ARTICLES OF IRONMONGERY AND H A. R D ApEi Special attention is invited to his New Stock of BATHS, and GARDEN TOOT s i GROCERS' TEA CANISTERS, SCALES, &c., at prices which will compare favmL'w to with those charged by Bristol Houses. avourably Dealer in Oils, Colours, Roojing Felt, and Vulcanized India Rubber Good* mi 4 W37 T R A D E lid MARK. COLMAN'S BRITISH CORN FLOUR IS prepared from RICE, the Staple Food of more than Three Hundred Millinna /un „ People, and is unequalled for Blanc Mange, Custards, Puddings, Cakes, Soups, Ac and < \>"00,000) of and easily digestible Food for Children and Invalids. wholesome Testimonial from EDWIN LANKESTER, M.D., F.R.S. Rice-flour is Corn-Flour, and I regard this preparation of Messrs. COLMAN'S as *8un»rt<» i now before the public." Uperior »nything of the kind Testimonial from ARTHUR HILL HASSALL, M.D. I find it to be perfectly pure and most carefully manufactured; it forms an exceeding ji article of diet." ingl* digestible and wholesome Testimonial from CHARLES A. CAMERON, M.D. 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., I lb., and t lb.. Packets.. 3038 6 & 7, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR.-G00p"g~1R7n MOSES GOODMAN & CO. BEG to announce that they have now on hand a Large, Magnifioent. and Furniture, of the very-best of Manufacture in the Trade, which thev cnna .?80r^d S^oclc • respect of Quality and Price, as unsurpassed in Merthyr or elsewhere. The foUowin/nWr«7_5,, ly offer» bo"1 in the charges, and as for the quality, an inspection is solicited:— pnees will convey an idea of TRICES £ s. d« £ Chest of Drawers J J 0 to 4 0 0 Milpuff beds & s- £ s, d. 0 and upwards Wood bedsteads to 0 IB 0 Mahogany loo table •• 1 0 0 Easy chairs •• JJ and ttpward5 Mahoganyhair-seatedspringr6ofas2 10 0 to 4 0 0 C cane-seated chairs for S r? 2 Mahogany couch 2 10 0 and upwards 6 mahogany chairs for „ Pembroke table J 5 Well made round table 4a"ftr j, •• „ French bedsteads 10 0 Square tables turned legs 6s. 6d. Gilt pier glasses 150 to 500 Paliasses "• and upwards Iron bedsteads 060 ..2 00 Washstand and table Feather beds 0 0 10 to Is. 3d. per lb. Looking glasses.. ]] g 3 0 her Articles too numerous to mention, equally cheap and all we made. New and Second-Hand FURNITURE of every description.—M. G. and CU> «/j ». Goods sold by them, are made on the premises, and of the best description m VeS OT Parties leaving the neighbourhood, wishing to dispose of their Goods mav call Muitfe* the utm»st value for the s«n« 7 caU» will have 3vw NOTICES. Gr A E D E N SEEDS. D- GEORGE (LateT. KEES), 128, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, BEGS to state that he has just received a Large Stock of New Garden Seeds from one of the largest 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 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THE MERTHYR TYDFIL CRICKET CLUB will (by the kind permission of R. FOTHERGILL, ESQ., M.P.) hold their ATHLETIC SPORTS!! i In the PENYDARRAN PARK, in the Middle of JULY, 1870. FURTHER PARTICULARS WILL BE DULY ANNOUNCED. 3183 THE FIRE AT WATERLOO HOUSE, MERTHYR. EVAN MEREDITH WII[JT-I OP:Ex 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, 3870 (To-morrow), when he will SHOW a Magnificent NEW STOCK of GENERAL I DE/APERY G-O ODS, Adapted tQ the Present Season. The Inspection and Patronage of the Public are respectfully Solicited. 3147 ALBION HOUSE, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR. The Public are most respectfully informed THAT OUR SHOW ROOM IS NOW OPENED With an Extensive Assortment of NEW GOODS, Consisting of Jackets, Shawls, Dresses, Straw Millinery and Bonnets, Feathers, Flowers, and Straw Hats in Endless Variety. 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 -SOITT-H- WALES IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, 122, High Street, Opposite the Yale of Neath Railway Station, Merthyr. DOMESTIC T 3Z 3- -M 0 -V M M& E MT rZ S NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT ONE OF HANCOCK'S PATENT BUTTER MACHINES, Fn_ AND GENERAL DOMESTIC PRESS, UK washing butter from all traces of milk and acid, also for cooling and making it firm in hot weather,'without touching with the hand, and for removing the flavour of turnips and turning salt butter into Iresn for daily use by the action of cold water only also for pressing juices from fruits, mashing potatoes, turnips, ana carrots. This machine mashes potatoes into ornamental forms, at the same time being as fine as flour. Used also by chemists, Ac., 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 AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, 122, HIGH ST., MERTHYR TYDFIL. gf r p ( I TARAXACUM, 1' fj 0E I DANDELION COFFEE, L « Prepared from the pure fresh Dandelion Root. « —:—; i'l 3 32 This article contains, in an agreeable form, all the properties of 2. w the root from which it is prepared, the valuable qualities of which tt] § S are daily becoming more generally appreciated. 2, S3 m Especially recommended to Invalids as an article of diet, and •§ particularly to those who suffer from Weak Digestion, Nervous X Fj jj! and Dyspeptic Affections, Flatulency, Distension, and Biliary g q Obstructions, in all cases of which it will be found uivaluable, at I*} tie same time extremely pleasant to the palate. £ < Public Speakers and Singers will find it to be a very pleasant hi § .2 §*1 beverage after their exertions; it assists digestion, and stimulates ttt g the operations of the Stomach. § §5 DIRECTIONS FOR USE. | W O fli Upon two tabto^poonfola of this Preparation pour one pint of boiling « p I let tt iofuae by tke ifr* fat ten minutes, then add milk and sugar Sb «?" ijl ;g MacreaaUa. |^ gj 2 S rUTABSD MM S si W. L. DANIEL, 8 1 CHEMIST,—64, HIGH STREET, MEBTHYR. 8 ? g j Sold only in Tint, at 1*. 6d. each. gj g, j. Two Hom a«nt by Ban to aflyyrt^of the United Kingdom on receipt of ffi I r&OO/LL* -A.»K3STTS: | I A tier dare Thomas,—Evans: Brynmatrr- Evans; Cefn—D. Hughes,—$ S Jones Dotclei*— Evans; Hirwain—George Mountain Ath—White » a| Pontypridd—Bassett: Bhynney—Dixon Tredegar—Evans; Troed- » t riiic—Sharp,—Jones. m — a 3046 A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND ELEGANT PAPER HANGINGS, TO BE SOLD CHEAP, AT THE 1 TELEGRAPH OFFICE, HIGH-ST., (Opposite the Market House, Merthyr. 30 PRIliTING, BINDING, RULING, PAGING, AND PERFORATING FOR THE TRADE, The" Telegraph" Steam Printing Office, viii MERTHYR TYDFIL. p OOD WORKMANSHIP.—MODERATE CHARGES.—PROMPTITUDE U IN THE EXECUTION OF ORDERS 3045 AimRicA to the" leathe±^de 41 °t™s- TO rnHE undersigned are prepared to .oppiv AvoixvAiiLA ■ L ather Dealers, on the most advantageous term's ,rTA — WHITE and BKOWN LEATHER S WrmS' MR. E. DAVIES, Also WOOL for SALE, ia large or small quantities, to Bookseller, and Newspaper Agent, Circle, Full Market Value given for Sheep and Lamb Skins. Tredegar, ——— IS now appointed AGENT for the Free and TATTER £ "R ft PUTT Assisted Passages to the Australian Colonies, and uvliJjQ 0t XlUuI\_Ejj LEATHBE MANUFACTUEEES, AKD DAVIBS, who is riso an FELLMONGEBS, 8eD Tredegar idNShS^.FH' "SloS WREXHAM, CHESTER, & STRAND, SWANSEA I NOTICES. REES LLOYD ATKINS, (SUCCESSOR TO THE LATE F. ATKIXS.) I 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 AGENT, at NORTH STREET, DOWLAIS, and PENGELLY FAWR, VAYXOR. 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 GLENFIELD STARCH SEE THAT YOU GET IT, As Inferior Kinds are often Substituted for the sake of extra profits. 3030 AUSTRALIA. "BLACKBALL" LINE OF PACKETS, SAILING FBOM LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FOR MELBOURNE AND QUEENSLAND. rilHE Vessels of this line have made the fastest passages on HBysflfcfN. record to and from Australia, and their accommo<iation for all classes of pas- senders is unequalled. Thirty Acres of Laud, valued £ 30, are senders is unequalled. J& Thirty Acres of Laud, valued £30, are given free to all classes paying their passage by this Line to Queensland. e For particulars apply to JAMES BAINES, TAYLOR, and Ce., ;C0, Castle-street, Liverpool; or to T. M. MACKAY SON, and Co.. 1, Leadenhall-street, London. 3152 "ANCHOR" LINE OF TRANSATLANTIC STEAM-PACKET SHIPS. m *1. I ) EGULAR and Direct Steam commu- inrhiJrli nication from GLASGOW to NEAV YORK. Unless prevented by unforeseen circumstances'. Every Wednesday and Saturday, i Calling at Moville, Lough Foyle, on following day, to embark passengers1. And for Halifax, N.S., and St. John, N.B., Saturday, July 9th. SALOON CABIN. £ 12 12s, £ 13 13s, £ 14 14s, and £ 15 15s. (According 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 Railwav Stations in the Uuited States of America, and in the Dominion of Canada, as safely, speedily, comfortablv and Cheaply as by any other Route or Line. For further particulars, Apply to HANDYSIDE &' HENDERSON, OOf, Foyle-street Londonderry, or 51, Union-street, Glasgow, or to MORGAN, Sox, and Co., Cardiff: or to Mr. J.MORGAN Castle Street, Glebeland or to Mr. G. BARLOW 17 Well- stree Dowlais. 33^0 JUNE, 1870. INCREASED" STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CORK AND CARDIFF AND NEWPORT 5 mHE Cork Steam Ship Company's J- First-class Powerful Steamers "DODO," Captain Raynes, 1000 tons, 300 ^S55Sv R- "GANNET," Captain Cathcart, 1000 tons, 3C0 h. r., 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 JUNE, 1870. < To CORK. From Newport, Wednes. 1 6 afternoon 1 Cardiff, Saturday 4 8 morning Newport, Wednes S.-llJ morning > 2 — Cardiff, Saturday.H.. 3 afternoon ( — Newport, Wednes 15.. 6 afternoon I — Cardiff, Saturday IS.. R morning C — Newport, "Wednes 20..7j morning t — Cardiff, Saturday 25. 3 afternoon a — Newport, Wednesday 29.. 5 afternoon i FROM CORE. To Milford and Cardiff, Wednesday. 1 3; afternoon — Newport, Monday 6.. n morning I — Milford and Cardiff, Wednesday 8 9 morning — Newport, Monday 13..2i afternoon Milford and Cardiff, Wednesday 15.. 3J afternoon I — Newpert, Monday 20..morning t — Milford and Cardiff, Wednes 22.. 9 morning g — Newport, Monday 27.. 2 afternoon, j Milford and Cardiff, Wednesday. M.. 21 afternoon FARES from Cork to Cardiff and NewportBest Cabin, I 17s. 6d.—Deck, 7s. No Steward's Fee. Return Tickets avails ble for one month. 27s. f3T Goods conveyed to and fft>m Limerick and Glasgow J at Through Rates via Cerk. 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 Younpr Men, on HEALTH, ITS RESTORATION, AND T HAPPY MARRIAGES.- When to marry, with advice to those who contemplate marriage, pointing out certain p impediments which render married life unhappy, and d directions for their speedy removal. Should be read by a: all who value health, strength, and manhood, and wish to iI attain a happy old age. — Post free on receipt of two ai stamps. — Address, Secretary, Institute of Anatomy, E Birmingham. 3153 51 ————-————————————————————— ————————————————————— a Just published, Post Free for two Stamps. S DR. "WATSON (or 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 1 ON THE ( SELF-CURE of nervous and physical debility spermatorrhoea, wasting of the vital fluid*, and r withering of the nervous tissues, lassitude, losi 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, SOUTH CRESCENT, BEDFORD SQUARE, LONDON,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 a work lately published or the benefit of Suffering Invalids.Holpital Gazette. CONSULTATION (GRATIS) BY LETTER. ] N.B.—DiMMeB of infection cured 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 r obligations, and showing the means whereby certain C impediments which mar the happiness of Married life, a impediments which mar the happiness of Married life, a may be speedily removed. g — t Just published, post free for three stamps. 1 MEDICAL FRIEND AND MARRIAGE .i.T-JL GUIDE; or THE WAY TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. Weakness, Debility, Loss of Power, Impediments ♦ Marriage, Lassitude, Depression of Spirits, Loss of Fn<l and Appetite, Pains in the Back and Limbs Self-Distrust, Love of Solitude, Groundless Fears tion of the Heart, Noise* in the Head and EL™™ ,P Indecision, Wretchedness. Impaired Si2lit and iifziness* Indigestion and Bodily Prostration, d Memory, CURED BY SUFFERERS THEMSELVES. Enclose three stamps, and address, W HAITT 1 South Crescent, Store-street, London W c w^nitfi!qUali^Cat-0niWhich destroy the happinessof 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, loss of energy and appetite, pains in the back and limbs, timidity, self- distrust, dizziness, love of soUtude, groundless fears,^pal- pitation of the heart, noises in the head ana ears indeci- sion, impaired sight and memory, indigestion, and bodily prostration of the whole system. The most important fact that these alarming complaint* may eatily be removed WITHOUT MEDICINE Is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely net*,and whlv 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. L. R. LUMLEY, APPRAISER, 29, VICTORIA STREET, MEETHTR TYDFIL. ESTIMATES PREPARED. Work in all branches of the Building Trade Measured and Valued Dilapid¡,tions and Cost of Repairs made up at Seasonable Chargm 3053 MONEY. < £ Money from £ 100 to £ 2000 to be Propert^ °D Mortgage of ^hold or Leasehold Property. Apply at 28. Victoria Street, Merthyr-Tydfil. siOS ]\TONEY TO LEND. Tradesmen Far- one to five years, or half-yearlv. Money also on Mortgage upon Leaiehold, or Landed Property, of in- Apply to Mr C tZ! h»ve already been advanced. Newport Mon 4™s'Aspect-place, Stow HilL stamps for reply. aPPkcations by post to contaiufcjur 0L? PAPERS AND PARCHMENTS — &c., Cangyne Buildings, Redeliff-street, Bristol, are just now prepared to give a very high price for any sort of OLD PAPERS for re-manufacturing into Paper, &c. upon re- Baw will ♦ H°ns' addressed "Waste Department" orffwu sent,for Packing the same, and, upon receipt present prices will be found much in excess of that given by Dealers and others. 3031 RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND Chert°UagndS' T°ldS' Ho"seness. and all abates fever and {jungs;, 11 promotes expectoration, paLaS ifis'.cougk ^Sreeable to th^ Palate, it is administered with ease and safetr to cstt ItwillTfou^dtogv^inX: fail re?ect a^d1^.rSeVeredin IT HAS A MOST PLEASANT AND LUSCIOUS TASTE. Important Testimonials. qTTJ "uru«„ • c. Calthorpe Street, Birmingkam. tnict iv. 5 111 Swansea, I was recommended by a che- from i?erepi° 17 y°f Ealsam. and found great benefit Yours truly 801118 ^mediately to Address.- To Mr. Hayman, Chemist. AR>SL Con tractor. c:r -r m. Picton Place, Carmarthen v,.?- have had several bottles of your Balsam, and have found it of infinite value. It is indeed aD excellent remedy for truly, JAMES BOWEK, Station Master JosErn Davies, Engineer, Aberaman, ill for three years with bad Cough and Asthma, often unable to work. Sims Chrmlt tt 1S ^d; ,b°ught the Balsam from Mr! better after taking one bot- | tie, and was quite cured in a fortnight. 1°nlLby A-Hayma*. Chemist, Neath sold io bottles at Is. Id. and 2s. 94. each, by all resnectahla chemists in Swansea, CardifT, Merthyr Aberdare^ Car marthen, Haverfordwest, and the whofe PrtnSSSi^ Wholesale Agents:— W. Sutton & Co., Barclav & Son* London Henry Collins, Bristol; and Evans & Co., Liver- Jim unpricipled parties are ofTering an imi- tation for sale, the public are requested to observe that »lic "HAVMi.K'« Balsam or Hokehocnd^^stann- d on the bottle, without which none are genuine. 303- READ THE "WARNING VOICE." A SPECIAL WORK for PRIVATE IN STRUCTION, by Hexrt SMITH, M D of the llniversity of Jena. The Warning Voice to YotLne Men (160 gives the New Special Treatment cufof Nervous Debility, painful dreams mental ^hi i'S1Cf palpitations of the heart, nois« m the head and ears, indecision, impaired sisrht and mon-, indigestion, loss of enerjry nnd annetftP the back, timidity, self-d^tmsfdi^Ltffi ofKd? groundless fears, local weasness, museular relaxation which, if neglected, endin consumption & premature death* Gives prescriptions and instructions by which^ th^uSSta have been restored to health and vigour. W°thT« Chapter on the Absurdity of Galvanism or Electricity for the Cure of Nervous Debility. Contains manv letten from Electricity Will Not Cure. Ssssxyjss ?»d from gratefal patients, WUK MEANS OF CUBl: in each CMe. The Warning Voice (10,000 copies of which are printed for ^y^^cS stamps. observation, en receipt of two Address, Dr. H. Smith, S, Burton-crescent, London, W.C. IMPORTANT TO COUNTRY PATIENTS. Dr^SMlTH^m bJ Letter» Fee Nervous Debilitv of those suffering from case sendhiswriVto^'V,cmreceivu?? a description of their case, sena nig written opinion, with advice and directions, for the most successful treatment and cure Actions, 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. «lh!(tIy^EEFUL MEDICAL GUIDE which not only gives the cause, but shows how a permanent cure can be affected in all nlrHf l debility, depression of spirits, timidity, imp^recTE and memory pains in the back, lassitude impediments to marriage, stricture «idall venereal dise^s, Dr. BARNES long experience in the treatment of^JT sexual diseases has enabled him to treat the mort inteter" ate cases with nmrked success. This valuable w^k "Tm SECRET FRIEND," IS illnstrated with numeronTie. and testimonies from patients expressing their deeoest gmuude for having been restored to hlalth and Sy To the Married and Single this book is in valuable Seat ^C^Ad^w nm °^8elTation on receiPt °f two stamps. THE MOST RELIABLE FRIEN. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. GLANDULAR SWELLINGS, BR9NCHITIS, QTOTSET. lnauvofPtl' T,HR0AT8' AND WniSS. L!1- a5°7e diseases, immediate and permanent ♦ "ne j yi effectually rubbing this detergent Ointment twice a dayjupon the neck, chest, and back. It lets upon the very mainsprings of life for through the glands pass all new matter required for the body's repara- tion, and all old particles detrimental to its preservation. The Ointment, used conjeintly with Holloway's Pilla, will act so searchingly and certainly as to effect cures in the most hopeless cases. BAD LEGS, BAD BREASTS, AND ULCERATIONS Of ALL KINDS. There is no medicinal preparation in the world whick may be so thoroughly relied upon in the treatment of thw above ailments as Holloway's Ointment. Nothing can be so simple or safe as the manner in which it is applied, or its action on the body both locally and constitutionally 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 tfc* management of the mother than the medical man Sol- leway'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 .1 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 HoUowav's famous Pills reduced to a powder, will augment the curative powers el thisUngent. Both the Ointment and Pittt ihotdi be tued tx as ftllowmm eatei Bad legs Chilblains Gout Sore-ihreau Bad breasts ChafpedhandsG I a n d u I a rSkln-diseas< £ Burn* Corns (soft) swellings Scurvy Bunion* Cancers Lumbago ttore-headt Bite of Ko..ContractedandPiles Tumours chetoes and stiff joint. Rheumatism, Uloers Sand flies Elephantiasis Scalds tfoonda Coco-bar Fistulas Sore Nipplea Taws Chiego-foot Sold at the Establishment of PROFESSOR HOLLOW AT ) 533, Oxford Street, London, and by all respectable Drai- gists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilised world, at the following pricesIs. lid., Cs. gd is 414. lia., 22s., 33s. each pot. ST There is a considerable saving by taking the tamer sizes. V Directions for the guidanoe of Mtiwts In eveft iiswfter are affixed tt eack ret. no