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MESSRS; H. W. HARRIS AND TAYLOR'S NOTICES. MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS. HOUSE, ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENTS, HAVE just REMOVED from their Offices, in _J t 140, High Street, to the NEW AUCTION MART, Estate and Architect's Offices, in Court Street, Merthyr, re- cently constructed to accommodate their increased Business. They beg to inform the Public that all matters entrusted to their care will be punctually, promptly, and carefully attended to. Offices: Court Street, Merthyr Tydfil. 6021 TO THE GENTRY, PROFESSIONAL AND AMATEUR GARDENERS, & OTHERS. -D U T Cff B U L B S. MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR RESPECTFULLY announce that they have just 1[t received direct from Holland their annual supply of the best DUTCH BULBS, consisting of a selected assortment of Double and Single Hyacinths, Narcissus, Tulips, Crocus, Iris, Jonquils, Double and Single t. Anemonias, Ranunculus, Liliums, &c., &c. An early inspection of the above at their Offices, Court-street, Merthyr Tydfil, will be esteemed a favour. Auctioneers' Offices, September 18th, 1873. 5099 SALE THIS DAY. C:E.F N-COED-Y.CYMMER. Desirable Leasehold Property. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS AND TAYLOR, At the "White Horse Inn," Cefn-coed-y-cymmer, ON FRIDAY, the 3rd of October, 1873, (this day) at Eight o'clock in the Evening, subject to such con- ditions of Sale as shall be then produced, all those Four DWELLING HOUSES, situate in High-street, Cefn- coed-y-cymmer, now in the occupation of John Rees, Samuel Davies, and others, producing a Rental of X15 8s 6d per annum. ft These Premises are held under Lease for a term of 980 years, from the 1st day of May, 1800, at the annual rent of 12s per annum. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. MORGAN, WHITE, and WHITE, Solicitors, Merthyr; Mr JOHN BEYNON, 43, Twynyrodyn; or to the AUCTIONEERS, Auction Mart, Merthyr Tydfil. Court-street, Merthyr Tydfil, Sept. 23rd, 1873. 6018 UPPER TAFF STREET, CAEDRAW, AND MORGAN TOWN, MERTHYR TYDFIL. DESIRABLE INVESTMENT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS AND TAYLOR AT the CBOWN' HOTEL, Merthyr Tydfil, on WEDNESDAY, the 15th OCTOBER, 1873, at Seven o'clock in the evening, (subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced),! Lot 1.- All those three DWELLING HOUSES and Premises, situate in Upper Taff Street, Merthyr Tydfil, numbered respectively 2, 3, and 27, one of which was formerly the "Butcher's Arms Inn, now in the occu- pation of George Peek and others, producing a Rental of JE19 16s per annum. Lot 2.—All those Six DWELLING HOUSES and Gardens adjoining the above, numbered respectively 4, 5, 6, 24, 25, and 26, and now in the occupation of John Manney, Jeremiah Shee, and others, producing a rental of JE24 14s per annum. Lot 3.—All those three DWELLING HOUSES and Gardens adjoining the above, numbered respectively 7, 8, and 9, and now in the occupation of Mary Owens, and others, producing a rental of JE21 9s per annum. The whole of the above premises are held under lease for three lives, and to complete a term of 99 years from the 24th day of June, 1826, at the yearly ground rent of 99 9s 3d, which will be apportioned between lots 1, 2, and 3. Lot 4.—The ground rent of zC9 9s 3d per annum, accruing under the lease of the above-named premises. iSAND STREET AND EDWARD STREET. Lot 5.—All those four DWELLING HOUSES and Premises situate in Sand Street and Edward Street, Morgan Town, Merthyr Tydfil, numbered respectively 13,14, 5, and 6, now in the occupation of John Jones, Miriam Williams, and others, producing a rental of X25 Os 6d per annum. These premises are held under lease for a term of 99 years, commencing from the 1st day of November, 1846, subject to a ground rent of S2 17s Od per annum. For further particulars apply to Messrs. MORGAN, WHITE, and WHITE, Solicitors, Merthyr; or to the Auctioneers, Auction Mart, Court-street, Merthyr Tydfil. Auctifea Mart, September 23rd, 1873. 6019 MR. DANIEL DAVIES' NOTICE. Established 24 Years. MR. DANIEL DAVIES, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, 19, IVOR STREET, DOWLAIS. 5854 VALUABLE REMEDIES FOR THE v AFFLICTED. DR. ROBERTS'S CELEBRATED OINTMENT CALLED THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND," Is confidently recommended to the Public as an unfailing remedy for wounds of every description, for ulcerated sore legs, even if of twenty years' standing cuts, burns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic eruptions, pimples on the face, sore and inflamed eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles, fistula, and cancerous humours, kc. Sold in pots, Is. 1J4-. 2s. 9d., lis., and 22s. each. Also his PILTJLiE ANTISCROPHUL^E, confirmed by sixty years' experience, to be one of the best alterative medicines ever compounded for purifying the blood, and assisting nature in all her operations. Hence they are used In scrofula, scorbutic complaints, glandular swellings, í parti- cularly those of the neck, &c. They form a mild and superior family aperient that they may be taken at all times without confinemeut or change of diet. Sold in boxes at is. 1W., 2s. 9<1., 4s. 6d., lis., and 22s. Sold by the Proprietors, BEACH and BARNICOTT, at their Dispensary, Bridport, and by all respectable medicine vendors. 5962 W. J. WHILE, DISPENSING CHEMIST, l28, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, RESPECTFULLY invites attention to his RESPECTFULLY invites attention to his APERITIVE GLOBULES," a substitute for Castor Oil, his latest speciality. Being tasteless and very small the Globules are a great boon to ladies. who object to tho taste of that medicine. Sold in boxes at Is. each. Also to the fol- lowing amongst many of his Proprietary Articles;—Syrup of Camphor, for Coughs, Colds, &c., is an invaluable remedy for all affections of the broneliial tubes. Sold in bottles, Is. lid.—Sarsa-Taraxacum—a new combination of Sarspa- rilla with Dandelion. A most efficacious alterative, tonic, and purifier of the blood. 6876 2696 AGENTS SELL ,"I' 11111111' (PURE;TEA, SECURED IN TINFOIL PACKETS. It is free from all mineral colour, or ■ other adulteration — and therefore wholesome and invigorating of great strength and delicious flavour ,-consequently very economical. Qualities from 2/- to 4/- per lb. Sold by authorized Agents (Chemists, Confec. tioners, &c.) throughout the Metropolis and in nearly every Town and Village in the Kingdom. LOCAL AGENTS:- IMERTHYR LEWIS, Chemist, Georgetown; « WHILE, Chemist, 128, High Street. Aberaman, Sims, chemist Morriston, Bevan, Post Office Aberdare. Thomas, 70 Will P'pool, Edwards, stationer street Po^typrid.lDav.cschem^t V „ Evans, chemist Pontlottyn, Bavies, Post CttuCe Dowlais, Pees, chemist Rliymney, Dixon, cnenus. «.;> Emanuel, confectioner Tuff's Well, "Williams x.Dbw ale, Jones, chemist Tredegar, Jenkins, chemist xAru Sims- chemist Troedyrhiw, Knox, chemist •JOHNSON, JOHNSON, & Co., Wholesale Tea Dealers, South wark, London, S.E. 5919 NOTICES. 98, HIGH STREET (NEXT DOOR TO THE CASTLE HOTEL), MERTHYR. AUTU IMI IN" FA s n i o nsr s M. SAMUEL RESPECTFULLY iuforms the Public that he is now showing the Latest Novelties in MILLINERY, DRESSES, JACKETS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, SKIRTS, FURS, &c. 6009 I^R^OE.TA.ISRA? TO FAMILIES- DRAPERY GOODS AT GREAT REDUCTION. 27, HIGH-STREET, MER TEl YR' (BETWEEN THE CROWN AND ANGEL HOTELS.) W WILLIAMS, JI NR. (Dyffryn Farm), announces that the Large and Varied STOCK OF • DRAPERY, purchased in Liquidation of the Trustees of E. L. Lewis, is now being Sold at very Reduced Prices. The Sale will continue until the whole is disposed of, in order to make room for the Autumn Trade. THE ADDRESS: 27, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR. C024 \7\1". T. Q-IE&IZFIFITIEIS, IRONMONGER, M E R T IF Y R, Begs to announce that he has a LARGE STOCK OF KITCHEN RANGES By Eminent Makers. THESE Articles are highly appreciated at all times by those who use them, but especially so now that Coal is so scarce and dear. They are clean, easily managed, efficient and economical, saving theircost in a short time. 147, HIGH STREET, NEAR THE CROWN INN. 6025 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. H. W. GRIFFITHS, SURGEON DENTIST, (And Assistant for a considerable period to Mr. T. Rees,) RESP ECTFULLY informs the Public of Merthyr, Aberdare, and Neighbourhood, that he may be con- suited professionally, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, at 3A, Victoria-street, Merthyr. All operations in Dentistry ca and skilfully performed. Artificial Teeth, guaranteed to answer all the purposes of Natural Teeth, supplied at Mode- ra Charges. Children's Teeth regulated. Consultations Free. The most careful attention paid to all orders. Charges strict Moderate. W ADDRESS-3A, VICTORIA STREET. 6027 WHY GO TO BRISTOL, AND PAY MORE P THE TELEGRAPH STEAM PRINTING & PUBLISHING OFFICES 50, HIGH STREET, (OPPOSITE THE MARKET SGiTT-A-KE,) MERTHYR TYDFIL. RETAIL STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, 49A, HIGH-STREET, P. Williams ANNOUNCES that having every facility, which Steam Machinery and the Employment of the most Competent Workmen can render, for the execution of Printing Orders, he respectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage. His Charges for Posters, Bill Heads, Circulars, and every kind of Printing Work, are as Moderate as any in the district, and at least ten per cent. lower than the usual Bristol prices. For the Expedition in the execution of Print- ing Work, the TELEGKAPII PJIINTIUO ESTABLISHMENT will bear favourable comparison with any Printing Office either in Bristol or the Principality whilst for COLOUR PRINTING, Cards, Printed Headings, and work requiring special care and taste, the resources of the Establishment—embracing as it does, an assortment of almost every kind of Plain and Fancy Type, and the engagement of a numerous staff of efficient Compositors- ensure these desirable advantages. DAY BOOKS AND CASH BOOKS Of every size, binding, and thickness, always in stock; and Purchasers will find them as cheap as can reasonably be desired TO THE TRADE. Printing, Binding, Ruling, Paging, and Perforating for the Trade, At the TELEGRAPH Printing Office, Merthyr Tydfil. Good Workmanship—Moderate Charges—and Promptitude in the Execution of Orders—have been the prominent features in the businses operations of this Establishment for the last Twenty Years. Goods of the value of JC2, and upwards, delivered Carriage Free at all Railway Stations in South Wales. SOLE AGENT IN MERTHYR FOR THE EUREKA INKS. SCHOOLMASTERS & HEADS OF FAMILIES A EE respectfully invited to the STOCK of SCHOOL BOOKS and SCHOOL APPARATUS at the TELEGRAPH Office. There are Primers, Reading Easies, Spelling Books, Grammars, Histories, Arithmetic Books, Geographies, and Dictioe a ies also Slates, Exercise Books, and Copies, the latter ruled to any pattern, with or without headings, and adapted for the teaching of round, small, large,or angular hands. GENERAL STATIONERY. TV} O Person studying economy will buy WRITING PAPER by the quire. The Wholesale Purchaser buys his Reams by ll weight, and so does every Retail Purchaser who appreciates the maxim that a Penny saved is a penny earned." PLAYING CARDS At various prices fro Tenpence to Half-a-Crown per pack. GEOCEES' SHOP BOOKS of every thickness, plain and interleaved, supplied at per gross or per dozen, at as cheap a rate as any respectable House in the Kingdom. THE BINDING DEPARTMENT HAS CAREFUL ATTENTION, and every means is adopted to secure Elegance and Durability in the work produced. ACCOUNT BOOKS Ruled to pattern, and bound in every form of binding; paged and indexed CHEQUE BOOKS Of every description supplied, Numbered and Perforated; TO WHOLESALE CUSTOMERS. T)ENS, Ink, Envelopes, Paper, School Books, Books of Fate, Dream Books, Table Books, "Valentines, Penholders and Pens, *■ an(l Slate Pencils, supplied to Shopkeepers for Sale, and to Hawkers, at Wholesale Prices. THE "TELEGRAPH" PEN been a public favourite for the last twenty years. It is still unrivalled as a pen for common use, and ''No pen can tell| its many merits. It is anti-corrosive, and is therefore more durable than any other kind of pen whilst for ease in wrting it is the nearest approach to the quill. Sold at 3d. per doz., or 2s. per gross. COLOUR BOXES (ENGLISH AND FOREIGN), From 6d. to'3s. each. These Colon r Boxes, as supplied at the TKLEGKAPII Office, obtained the Prize of the Society of Arts, and are specially recommended by that Society for general use. SUNDAY SCHOOLS WILL find at the Retail Stationery Warehouse of the TELEGRAPH Office, a large number of Bibles and Testament (both English and Welsh), in plain and elegant bindings also a varied assortment of Reward Books, and Picture Reward Cards. There are likewise on sale Sunday School Instruction Books, of various kinds and prices. THE GEOCEES' GUINEA AND HALF-GUINEA SHOP LEDGERS Either Single or Double [Entiy, are manuJacuutd 011 the Premises, and are unsurpassed, at the price, in respect of size or quality. For good value they are especially recommended. WRITING PAPER An excellent quality can always be had at the TELEGRAPH Office, at Is. per lb., and Envelopes at from 4d. to 6d. per 100. Those who purchase under this system save fully 50 per cent. THE TRAVELLING DRAPERS' POCKET LEDGERS Are made in all sizes, paged, 'and indexed, if desired. They are stronglybound, and calculated to bear "knocking about." ^rUutnerg Are informed that for Mourning Stationery and Memorial Cards, the assortment at the TELEGRAPH Office will be found ample. PAPEB E:ANG-ING-S To be Sold Cheap at the TELEGBAPU Office. THE ADDRESS :— THE "TELEGRAPH" PRINTING AND STATIONERY ESTABLISHMENT 49a, and 50, High Street, Mertliyr Tydfil. 6022 NO TICES. WHEN YOU ASK FOR GLENFIELD STARCH SEE THAT YOU nET IT, As Inferior Kinds are often Substituted for the sake of extra profits. 6028 TO TIlE NEHVOUB AND DEBILITATED. CONSULT A LONDON PIlYSICIAN "WITHOUT FEE. DR. IIENRY SMITH, who has devoted twenty- five years exclusively to tho treatment of Diseases of the Nervous System, resulting from Exhaustion of Nerve- power, the result of indiscretion, will, for the benefit of Pa- tients, who cannot consult him personally. on receiving a statement of tht ir case, send by return a letter of advice with instructions, which, if followed will ensure a cure. TESTIMONIALS TO D'IL HENRY SMITiT. Dr. Smith Ins received up to date 3873, Fourteen Hundred and Eighty-five written Testimonials from Patients who reside in the country in proof of his successful treatment, conducted by correspondence only. Address, Dr. H..SMITH, 8, IJurton Crescent, London. Just published, post free for two stamps, AUIDETO HEALTH UR ADVICE AND IN- STRUCTIONS for the cure of Nervous Debility, by Dr. IIurn SMITH, M.D., of the University of Jena, Author of The Volunteer's Manual," 6:c. A Medical Work 011 the Xew Special Treatment, by Botanic Medicines only, of Nervous, Mental, and Physical Debility, Lowness of Spirits, Indigestion, Dimness of Sight, Want of Energy, and Premature Decline, and all Diseases of the Nervous system, resulting from exhaustion of Nervous Power. Gives Instructions for the Development and strengthening of the Human JJorly, how to acquireJHealtli and Strength, secure Long Life, and avoid the Infirmities of Old Age. Illustrated with Testimonials from grateful Patients, with means of Cure used in each case. The Pamphlet will be sent free by Post to any address on receipt of two penny stamps. 6918 Address Dr. H. SMITH, s, Burton Crescent, London. rOR lcs ARE an invaluable preparation for Inflammation, Distemper, Coughs and Colds, Wheezing, Difficulty of Breathing, Fevers of all kinds, Measles, Eruptions of the Skin, Itcliings, Rheumatism in the Limbs, Costiveness of the Bowels, Loss of Appetite and Condition, will improve their general health, and make them thrive and fatten better. Price Is. 9d. per Dozen.-Pigs take them freely in their food. Read the following, selected from Hundreds of Testimonials — 5, Lister Gate, Nottingham. Mr. Calvert,-Dear Sir,—We have a pig which was expected to die for three months, when a friend wished us to try your Powders, and through the use of the same it was restored to perfect health, and is now UPWARDS OF EIGHTY STONES WEIlillT. We have been the means of many others using them to the same advantage, which testimonials we can bring forward to your satisfaction.—v' 'lain, Sir, yours &c. CLAIIKE & Co., Pork Butchers. Nottingham, Jan. 3rd. 1SG9. Mr. Calvert,-Dear Sir,—We are in receipt of your com- munication, and have seen the man who owns the Pig. The above statement is perfectly true.—We are, Sir, yours truly. PARR & ATIIERTON, Chemists. Ilutton Cranswick, Nov. 9th, ls71. Dear Sir,—I have used many medicines for pigs, but never found any to answer so well as Calvert's Pig Powders. They feed quicker when taking them, and I had one that took the SFOOND PHIZE at Driffield Show, which took the Powders for a fortnight before and now I have one seven weeks old weighing Five Stones. lean conlidently recommend them. (Signed) JOHN PAWKEH. — To L. B. Ross, F.C.S., Esq., Wholesale Agent Prepared only by J. H. CALVERT, Chemist, Hull; and Sold by all Chemists and Village Shopkeepers in Wales. C029 tW\lNENT P/yu ^/7 GE0KGE'S\^ //PILE & GRAVELY^ I [I fills. I I 5 II PROPRIETOR ° H V.E.GEOEGE.M.KP.S./ § Y' O-RGA14 Thouffti you have suffered and despaired fov yetttt and tried Remedies in vain, be uiaied ttefe to still a safe and apeedy cure for you at a small cost by nalnff GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS, which are now recognised by all M WM the best Medicine yet discovered for PIIJK AND GESAVEIi.aa well aa for the following painB,wMGh, in Ninety-nine Cases out of every Hundred, ara caused by these painful MaladielJ- PAIN IN THE BACK. FLATULENOY, QRIPINQ, COLIOT A SENSE OF WEIGHT IN THE BACK AND LOINS, DARTING PAINS IN THE REGION OF THE HEART, LIVER. AND KIDNEYS. CONSTIPATION. PAINS IN THE THIGHS. SOMETIMES SHOOTING DOWN TO THE CALF OF THE LEQ AND FOOT. SUPPRE88ION AND RETENTION OF URINE. PAINS IN THE STOMACH. AND ALL LIVER OOMPLAINTS, Thoniands have b«en cured by these Pilig, and many who bad been pronounced hopeless, have beea thoroughly restored te health by their use. ONE BOX WILL CONVINCE THE MOST SCEPTICAL OF THEIB EFFICACY. In order t» ncfi M who may be tuffering from OJTB or BOTH of theu Maladiet, the Proprietor prepares thit Vegetable Semedt W tht following formt. No. L.-GEORGIRIS PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. No. 2.—GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS. No. 3.—^GEORGE'S FILLS FOR THE FILES. Important Testimonial* will befonsardtd to any addreu on receipt of a stamped envelope. Sold in Boxes, la. Ita. end 2i. 9d., by all respectable Chemisti. KVKBT BOX IS RAONCTKD BY THE GOVERNMENT STAMP. NOTIOE.-The eøord." PILE AND GBA VEL PtLLS" are Copyright, and entered at Stationert' Ball. LONDON Barclay Sutton Xewbery Sanger Barron, Squire, CO. BRISTOLCollins and Roper Pearce & Co., &c. LIVERPOOL :—Evans, Sons, and Co. Clay, Dodd, and Case Raimes and Co. 6030 Impurities of the Blood. These wonderful Pills are valued at the humblest hearths a well as in the houses of comfort and wealth. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ, and eradicate those ^erms of complaints which consign tens of thousands to au early grave. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and ° Sick Headache. No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder as the liver and none is more apt, when neglected, to become seriously diseased Remember when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on the stomach warns us that digestion is not proceeding properly, that Ilolloway's Pilln regulate e\ ery function, give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, bile, aD d cieV headache, and eflect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, ian&our and nervouaness, generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or physical, the effects of these Pills is in the highest degree bracing, renovating, and restorative. They drive from the system the morbid causes of disease, re-establish the digestion, regulate all the secre- tions, strengthen the nervous system raise the patient's spirit, and bring back the frame to its pristine health and vigour. The Pills and Ointment arc sold at Professor HOLLOWAY'S Establishment 533, OxforG-st., London also by every respectable Vendor of Medicine throughout the 5jlvlll^d World, in Boxes and Pots at Is. ljd., 2s. 9d„ 4B. <3d-. >1?-. 22s., and 33s. each. The 2s. 9d. size contains three, the 4s. 6d size six, the lis. size sixteen, tlie 2'_s. bize thirty-three, and the 33s! size fifty-two times the quantity of a Is. Ijd- Box or Pot. The smallest Box of Pills contains four dozen i and the smallest Pot of Ointment one ounce. Full printed directions are affixed to each Box and Pot and can be had in any language, even in Turkish, Arabi Arnuiniau, Persian, or CMnose. 0031 NOTICES. \V\ Gr R fF FIT H GENERAL IRONMONGER, BAE IRON", STEEL & OIL MERCHANT. 147, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR. j FURNISHING IRONMONGERY. FARM IRONMONGERY. Baths, Toilet Sets, Ivory and other Table-Knives, Electro- n,aflWt.p.rs Tnrnit) Cutters, Horse Power Ploughs, Fencing Plated Cruets, Forks and Spoons, &c., &o» Wjre witll f'ree use of Straining Machine Pig Troughs,) IRON MASTERS', COLLIERY PROPRIETORS. AND blowing Machines, Pikes, Bakes, AX, &c. RAILWAY CONTRACTORS' IRONMONGERY. BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY. Iron Tubes and Fittings, Files. Shovels, India Rubber Sheet and Hose, Plate and Horse Nails, Sheet Zinc. Copper Locks, Bolts, Hinges, Register Grates Kitchen tvanf. >' in Sheet and Bar, Grindstones, Anvils, Forge Bellows, "Weights, Ovens, Cut and other Nails, sc., &c., m Bras3 Steam Fittings, Powder, Fuse, Rope. siderable quantities. Sole A-ent for Merthyr for W. F. THOMAS & Co.'s CELEBRATED LOCKSTITCH SEWING MACHINE, also Agent for the WILCOX & GIBB'S. Sole Agent for all South "rales for MACHINE, also Agent for the WILCOX & GIBB'S. Sole A sent for all South N\ ales lor CHAT WOOD'S "INVINCIBLE" SAFES—the only British Safes worthy of a Prize Medal at 1 ara, 1807. Catalogues free. 86 & 87, HIGH STKEET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. M. W HIO BERTS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IIE^OIFCTIMIOIKRA-IEJIR;, "\TTIIILST thanking his numerous J'atrons for their kind favours during the past, respectfully invites l f them to an inspection of his NEW SHOW ROOM, Containing a krgc assortment of FURNISHING AND OTHER IRONMONGERY. IW Special attention is incited to his Stock of GROCERS' TEA CANISTERS, SCALES, &c., at prices which will compare favourably with those charged by Bristol Houses. Illustrated Price Lists may be obtained. BUILDERS SUPPLIED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Dealer in Oils, Colours, Roofing Felt, and Vulcanized India Rubber Goods. 6032 DENTAL SURGERY. MR. E. R. GAY, SURGEON DENTIST, O 55, HIGH STREET, MERTEYR. W g Attendance from Ten a.m. to Eight p.m. Consultations Free. 1-3 xhe creat satisfaction given by Mr. E. R. GAT, to most Of the influential Families in the 3 pQ town and county, including gj; R. T. CRAWSHAY, ESQ., FQ Of CYFAUTUFA CASTLE, will, he hopes, be a sufficient guarantee of his skill and experience in H all departments of the Dental Profession. In order to give Patients the full advantage of one of the most useful discoveries of Modern Science with reference to Dental Operations, Mr. E. R. GAY has introduced into his practice the use of NITROUS OXIDE GAS, which gives perfect immunity from all pain, whilst it is unaccompanied by the slightest danger even in the most delicate constitutions. 55, HIGH STREET, MERTHYIL 6033 The Cheapest Furniture Warehouse in Merthyr is at 6 Sf 7, Victoria Street. MOSES GOODMAN, BEGS to announce that he has now on hand a Large, Magnificent, and well-assorted Stock of Furniture, of the verv best Manufacture in the Trade, which he confidently offers, both in respect of Quality and Price, as unsurpassed in Merthyr or elsewhere. The following prices will convey an idea of the prices, and as for the quality, an inspection is solicited:— I\RICES: „ „ J £ s. d." £ s. d. £ s. d. A s. a. Chest of Drawers 10 0 to 4 0 0 Feather beds 0 0 10 to Is 3d per lb. Cheffioneers .2 0 0 and upwards Milpufi beds 0 8 0 to 0 15 U Mahogany loo table 1 0 0.. Wood bedsteads 0 4 6 and upwards Mahogany hair-seatedspringsofas2 10 0 to 4 0 0 Easy chairs 0 18 0 Mahogany couch 2 10 0 and upwards 0 cane-seated chairs for 0 15 0 Pembroke table 10 0 6 mahogany chairs for 1 4 0 Vrpn Mi bedsteads .100 Well made round table 4B. or with turned legs 5s. 6d. Gilt nier elates "160 to 5 0 0 Square tables 0 6 0 and upwards Iron Bedsteads 0 £ 0 ..2 0 0 Paliasses 0 10 0 G Windsors for V. V « « Washstand and table 0 10 0 C Beach Chairs for 110 Looking glasses 0 3 0 6 Grecians for 0 19 0 Boxes from 030 and upwards. Settles, Benches, Tables, &c., suitable for Publicans, to be Sold Cheap also a number of Emigrants' Boxes. Likewise, other Articles too numerous to mention, equally cheap and all well made-New and Second-Hand rL RxSiTLIvr! of every description. — M. G. pledges himself that all Goods sold by him are made on the premises, and of the best description. Parties leaving the neighbourhood, wishing to dispose of their Goods, may call. and they will have the utmost value for the same Two PIANOS for Sale, in good order. A large stock of IRON BEDSTEADS on hand at the Old Prices, although the Iron has risen. N.B.—Most Money lent on gold and silver plate, watches, rings, <bc. 6034 T' O LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I\T SEARCH OF A CABINET, UPHOLSTERING, AND BEDDING MANUFACTORY. D AY I D IEEE .A_ IR, T Of 9 Pontmorlais and 50, Glefceland, Merthyr, invites attention to his Articles of Cabinet and other work, which will be'found equal to the best productions emanating from any expensive London Credit Firm. HAM'S SYSTEM OF BUSINESS, 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 m exchange Goods of any commodity. Personal superintendence, with a rapid business conducted on the Cash principle, enables him to quote the following Moderate Charges :— Ls. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. Drawing Room Suits.12 12 0 Full-size Featlier~Bed, Bolster, MiIlpuff Ben. full size and best Mahogany Loo Tables 2 2 0 and two pillows 5 b 0 quality 0 16 6 IU ah ntr-in v hair seated spring Milpuff Mattresses 1 1 0 Millpuff Bed full size second g0f^s 4 0 Paliasses 0 14 0 quality 0 10 6 Mahogany hair-seated chairs. 0 15 6 Iron half-tester Bedstead 1 12 C Stair k passage Oilcloth from ..010 Easy Chairs from 110 Iron French Bedstead 0 15 6 Picture Frames at half the usual Maiioeanv Pembroke Tables 12 6 Circular front marble Washstand 1 15 0 price Six Cane Chairs 0 17 0 Painted or Polished Wash- Millpuff from l £ d, per lb. Six Windsor Chairs 0 18 0 stand and Table vpair) 0 15 6 Stair rods (per dozen) .0 2 6 Every other article equally cheap, and competiticn and contradiction defied. The trade and country dealers supplied at Wholesale Pilces. Where economy and style are equally an object with ladies and gentlemen, they should favour DAVID IIABT with a trial Order.— Observe the address :—Star Cabinet Wojks, 9, Pontmorlais, Merthyr Second-hand Depot, 50 Glebeland Merthyr. N.B. — Orders for Goods must be accompanied by a Merthyr reference or a remittance. 6035 LIFE PRESERVERS. DAME EUROPA'S INFANT'S LIFE PRESERVERS. EVERY MOTHER in Europe, and in the World, will in the course of time use the above valuable medi- cine they have wonderful power in relieving, and, as if by iiiagic, etiring the Irritation of Teething, Convulsions, Infla- ?finn r.f the Lungs, Fits, Costiveness, Sour Breath, Loose- ness of the Bowels, Constant Vomiting, Wheezing in tne act of Breathing, Bronchitis, Small Pox, Scarlatina Measles and FeaverTof 111 sorts. Thousands of Children die annually m En eland and Wales alone from improper treatment, which could be saved to their family and posterity, as sure as night follows dav," if Mothers would use no other medicine but the Europa Life Preservers. They are warranted by the proprie- tor to excel in virtue every preparation hitherto offered to tl public. They contain no preparation of mineral, but are a compound of \egetable Growths. The wonderful restorative action upon the infant system is not known but to the Inventor, who, fffter a practice extending over 25 years in his profession, has been enabled by severe and careful study to offer to Mothers such a safe and certain restorative, possessing in a marvellous degree such curative mmlities rarely, if ever, attained, but through Providential ntrpnev- the ne plus ultra of physical research—which has hfpn appropriately denominated Dame Europa's Infant s Life Pre-ervers —" Mothers by using them, save their offspring, and"escape the dreaded Doctor's bills."—Thousands of grati- fying testimonies have been received, and are daily pouring in recording their extraojdinary virtues.—Mr. John Jenkins, manager, Bwllfa Colliery, Rhondda Valley, states: Your Europa Powders ought to be universally known their useful- ness cannot be doubted; I always keep them in the house, £ C jir. Thomas Thomas, manager, Ton Foundry, Ystrad, Rh'onddi, states: As for your Europa Life Preservers, their effects are wonderful. I always keep tham by me, and when- ever there's any disturbance of whatever kind in the health of any of my younger children, a dose or two of your Powders bring them round quickly. I recommend them all I possibly c;i„Mr. John Davies, chemist, Swansea, writes: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis's child, Gellyoir, Corseinon, near Llanelly, has found wonderful relief from your celebrated Powders, Dame Eutopa's Infant's Life Preservers, after many other remedies had been tried in vain.—A Pembrokeshire Lady writes:—I formerly used Powders (using a well-known and excellent preparation), but since I was induced to try your Life Pre- servers, I have, for obvious reasons, discontinued all others. Idrs. Alfred Parntt. AVoodfield Hotel, says-I have used your "Life Preservers" for years, and can speak of them in the highest terms. They are of no less value than what you represent them to be. 1 shall be happy to answer any inquiry that may be made as to their virtues.—IMPORTANT.—The proprietor would wish tnose that give the" Europa Powders a trial, to understand that the first dose often induces vomit- ing this must not alarm them, it is only a proof that the medicine is producing hopeful effects.—CAUTION.—W hen you ask for "Europa Life Preservers," see that you get them, as other apparently cheap but worthless substitutes may be offered by unprincipled parties. Every genuine packet has the proper label, and the Inventor's signature wiitten on the Government stamp.—NOTICE—The title Dame Europa's Infants' Life Preservers" is copyright and entered at Stationer's H,all,-Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors, everywhere, in packets, at Is. lid, and 2s. 9d. each.—Whole- sale—Wm. Mather, London and Manchester Barclay & Sons most wholesale houMS and from the Sole Proprietor, B. A. George, Family Chemist, Pentre, Pontypridd. 60311 INDICEST OKL Y two medicines really act upon the Liver; one is Mercury or Blue Pill, the other Dandelion. Thousands of constitutions Have been destroyed by Mercury, Blue Pill, or Calomel. The only safe remedy is PR. KING'S DANDELION AND QUININE LIVER PILLS. which act very gently on the Liver, giving immediate relief in all cases of Bile, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Loss of Appetite, Giddiness, Spasms, Heartburn, Flatulency, Nervous- ness, Gout, and all disorders of the Stomach and Liver. Sold by all chemists and medicine vendors, in boxes at is. lid- I 2s 0d. 4s. 6d. or for stamps from J. RORKE, 47, Mortimer- gtreet, Cavendish Square, London, W. 6037 IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE SWANSEA ROYAL & SOUTH WALES UNION FRIENDLY SOCIETY. (REGISTERED BY J. TIDD PRATT, ESQ.) Chief Offices-41, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. HAVE Opened District Offices in Pontypridd and Aberdare, Mr. D. O. THOMAS being appointed District Manager for Pontypridd, and Mr. THOMAS MORGAN, 53, Bute Street, Aberdare, is appointed District Manager for that place. £\100 paid in the District. 603S DR. HUNTER'S Special Lectures to Young Men, on HEALTH, ITS RESTORATION, AND HAPPY MARRIAGES. When to marry, 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 reaoipt of two stamps.—Address, SECRETARY, Institute of Anatomy, Birmingham. 5990 RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOTJND, 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 admi- nistered with ease and safety to CHIL-DREN as well as ADULTS. It will be found to give instantaneous relief, and if perse- vered in it will scarcely everfail to effect a rapid cure. IMPORTANT TESTIMONIAL. Amport Firs, Andover, May 2Uth, 1869,-8ir,-1 have for some years had your Balsam of Horehound for Mrs. H. H. Webster, and intended writing to tell you how much benefit she has derived. She was considered consumptive, but the Balsam has quite restored her, and she is now quite strong. I have recommended you dozens of customers, and all have been pleased with it.—I am, yours, &c., H. B. WEKSTEB. N.B.—There is a saving in taking the larger bottles. Wholesale Agents:-W. Sutton & Co., Barclay & Sons London Collins & Roper, Bristol; and Evans, Sons, & Co., L1CA?TTON— AS unprlclpled parties are offering an imitation for sale, the public allB requested to observe that the words HAyy,,AN's BALSAM OF HOREUOUND are stamped on the bottle, without which none are genuine. (,0;9 PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS, p Largest Stock in Wales. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, 4 QUEEN STREET, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF, AND 13 AND 13A, GUILDHALL-SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. PIANOFORTES By all the Best Makers. PIANOFORTES For Sale and Hire, on easy terms, PI AN OF ORTE Supplied on the Three Years' System Harmoniums For Churches and Chapels. HARMONIUMS For the Drawing-room, the School- room, or the Cottage. HARMONIUMS Supplied for Monthly Payments. Music half-price post free to any address. Captains and Shippers supplied on liberal terms. Price List post free on application. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, CARDIFF AND CARMARTHEN W10 NOTICES. -_0_- lv. C. LEACH, BILL POSTER, AKD TOWN CRIER, G3, CAln'I!'r STREET, ABERDARE. All Orders promptly attended to. GO 41 noTILLS REQUIRED" CATHERY'S SELZINE APERIENT, ANEW, pleasant, refreshing, and safe medicine for Billious Affection. Indigestion, HeartBurn, Acidity of the Stomach. Costiveness, Gout, Loss of Appetite, Affections of the Liver, &c. DECIDEDLY the most agreeable and one of the most useful medicines ever offered to the public, and possessing the Medical Properties so beneficial in all the above complaints. It immediately relieves distressing pains of Nervous Headache. For Blotches or Eruptions of the Skin it is a Delightful Cooling Summer Medicine. PICK-ME-UP, OR REFRESHER. THE following moruing, after free indulgence at the table, or the extra glass, a Mornicg Draught of this valuable medicine, its effects are truly marvellous. In large bottles, 2s. each. Of all Chemists, or sent to any address on receipt of stamps, by C. CATHERY, 12, DALSOX USE, HACKNEY, LONDON. Wholesale of all Pitei-,t Medicine Houses. Sold by all Chemists. 5965 LOCAL ACENT—Merthyr, Mr. Walter Smytli, Chemist. JUST Pl- BLISHED, A Second set of THREE CHORAL HYMNS (Nos. 4, 5, and (■">,): "O Paradise"; "A few more years* shall roll" and "The roseate hues of early dawn."—Complete, price Is. net. The music composed and inscribed to the Congrega- tion of St. David's Church, by Edward Lawrance, (Organist and 80ir Master). Also a Second Edition (revised), of the "Six Re- sponses to the Commandments (as sung by the Choir of St. David's Church, Merthyr, composed by Edward Lawrance), complete, price Is. net.-May be ob- tained of Messrs. Farrant and Frost, Stationer, High Street, Merthyr at the Post Office of the Composer or of the Publishers Novello, Ewer, and Co., London 0023 FREE AND ASSISTED EMIGRATION TO QUEENSTOWN AND NEW ZEALAND. EDWARD DAVIES, jBookseller, Circlc, Tredegar, AGENT for Free and Assisted Emigration to Queensland and New Zealand. Full particulars on application. 6042 MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS STATIONS. • /OMNIBUSES V-J will run be- A tween -• M E R T H Y R D O WL A I s as under:- a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Leave Merthyr 5-55 9-0 12-35 4-30 6-15 Arrive at Merthyr 10-10 12-35 3-10 6-40 10.30 FARES: Merthyr to Dowlais Station. 9d. Dowlais to Merthyr 6d. An extra Omnibus will in future leave Merthyr for Dowlais every morning- at Eleven o'clock. 6043 THE SOUTHWlLES IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, HIGH STREET, (Opposite the Vale of Neath Railway Station) MERTHYR TYDFIL. W JAMES, PBOPEIETOE, TIIE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY -L SHOP. FOR FURNISHING IRONMONGERY THE SOUTH "WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR IRON BEDSTEADS THE SOL TH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP TOR^PETROLEL M, PARAFFIN, & BENZOLINE 0 LS. R~PHE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY A SHOP, FOR PARAFFIN k BENZOLINE LAMPS THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR HAYWOOD'S BEST CUTLERY THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR BRUSHES: SCRUBBING, BLACKING LAUNDRY, AND BALUSTER. THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR GREENSLADE'S PLANES PATENT SASH TOOLS, £ DUSTERS. THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR CARPENTERS' and MASONS' TOOLS, &c. GERY HE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY X SHOP, FOR BUILDERS- AND GENERAL IRONMONGERY. THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP FOR LUBRICATING OILS,ANTI- FRICTION and OTHEH GREASES, WASTE, &.C. 6044 The Journal of Metals, Manufacture, and Science. "IRON," (With which is incorporated "lhc Mechanics'Magazine'") (ESTABLISHED 1823), Is the Organ of the Metals, Coal, and Manufacturing Trades. THE following new features have been introduced into "IRON Price List of Birmingham and District and Sheffield Manufactured Hardware Goods.—Articles on the Manufacture of Iron and other Metals.—Articles on Trades Unionism, or relations between Capital and Labour — Descriptive Notices of Iron Foundries, Manufactories &c &.C.— Trade Reports from all the Centres of Production of Metals and Hardware in Great Britain.—Reports of the State of the Metal and Hardware Trades in Belgium, France Spain Germany, Austria, Russia, Sweden, America., Australia China and Japan, India, <kc. TEHMs OF SVIlSCKirTIOK. Single Copies, Price Sixpence Annually, paid in advance including postage to all parts of the United Kingdom, 2bs. 6d: -.Cheques and Post Office Orders to be made payable to Mr. I W. J. RCSBY, and to be crossed London and County Bank. Offices of IRON," [19, Cannon-street, London, E.C. facing the South Eastern Railway lerminus., 6015 KERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS. IF you suffer from Headaches, Bilious Complaints, Indigestion, Costiveness, Rheumatism, or Tic-Doloreux'. TRY KERNICK'S YEGETABLE PILLS. They are easy to swallow, being very small, require no con- iinement in doors, strengthen the system, and have been tried by thousands, who pronounce them to be the best medi- cine in the world. Cefn, Mertliyr, September 9th, 1809 Dear Sir, — Daniel Humphreys, weaver, Ynysyfelin Fac.tory, near this place, suffered from severe pains in the stomach for four cr five years, and had tried many things for it, but all to no purpose, until he happened to meet your agent in Merthyr the first two pills he took did more good for him than all the others he had taken put together and by the time lie had taken the six pills he felt totally free from pain and ever since—that is for the last five years i-he keeps your pills 111 his house, and whenever he feels any similar symptoms lie has only to take two of your pills and he is all right again and Mrs. Humphreys also, who usually suffered from Hatuleucy, has found them the best remedy for an attack of that sort He wishes to send you this in thanks to your agent, who was so kind to him.-I remain yours obediently, ROBERT PRICE." Thousands 01 other Testimonials, equally gratifying might be published. "KERNICK'S PILLS" give energy to the system, need no special rules with regard to diet, and are universally declared to be the Hest Medicine of the kind ,ever discovered, TREPAUED OSLY BY S. P. KERNICK, MANUFACTURING CHEMIST DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. Sold in Boxes at Is. lid. and 7;d. By the appointed Agents and most respectable Chemists and Druggists, with directions for restoring and preserving health. KE R N I C K' S Y EGETABLE WORM LOZENGES Are the most eftlcacious remedy ever introduced for Worms. They may be taken by children of all ages with perfect safety, and "are also useful for chi'd-en of delicous stomachs and pale complexions. SIR,-A woman gave two of the lozenges fcr five morn- ings, and by so doing the child got nd of no less than eighty worms.—DAKIEL MOKOAN, Nelson," "W.Harris, of Cefncoed, miner's child, had gw rid of 140 worms in a week,whilst taking a box of your worm lozenges, and she has improved wonderfully in iiealui smce."—J^o, PIUCE, Cefn, Merthyr. A customer of mine, a short time ago, pought a box of your worm lozenges to try their effect on his child, who was very ill. The little boy god rid of forty large worms and so many small ones that they could not reckon tlieiu. — j MEYRICK. From Mr. MOIIGAIT, Pendarran. Send me 12 dozen 01 your valuable worm lozenges they a.re curing all the children n this neighbourhood.' NIEFAUED <SXLY BY 6046 S. P. KERNICK, MANUFACTURING CHEMIST, D U K E S ThE E TeA It D 1 F F, Sold in Boxes at Is. lid. and 7jd., by the appolnW4 Asents, and most respectable Chemists ww Druggist*