MESSRS. H. W. HARRIS AND TAILOR'S EOTICES. MESSRS. IT. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR, AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, ARCHITECTS, SJRVEYORS, HOUSE. ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENTS, NEW AUCTION MART, CoUJVf STvlEEV, MEE.THYR, Ir,"Ec, to, ir'o r,1 tVe Pr^'c tb:t all matters en- -9 > tTst to thei.T care will be pu-c;.ua,X p'o-u'iUy, aDd ate'ully aL„erd;d o. Plans. JBicva'ions, and Specifications Prepared. W^o"s ?n f>ll Branches o' t"e Euildng Trade Measured a,d Val,,e('Q(JAN'CIT ES TAKEN OUT FOB ESTI- 1 AT2-, &C. Messrs. HAT.E1S & TA"LOtt annource thai they bold PERIODICAL SALE" E- AUCTION r. the above Mart, where Articles of Fn^D'^iire and other Goods intended or next Sale, may how be received. 7383 GLENFIELD. GLEN FIELD. THE QUEEN'S LAUNDRESS SMYS THIS STARCH IS THE BEST SHE EVER USED. GLENFIELD. GLENFIELD 7374 MR. D iNlEL D 4 VIES' NOTICE. Established 2* Years. MR. DANIEL "DiVIES, AUCTIONEER AND CENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, 7334 19, IVOR STREET, DOWLAIS. ON S A. ZJ K • JUST EE CHIVED FROM LONDON, New and exceedingly tine PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS By Jhe best Makers. MR. EDWARD LAWRANCE PROFESSOR of Music, (Conner vatorium of Music, Leipzig), and Organist of St. Davids Churcli, Mevthyr. has always on Sale, on highly advantageous terms, exceedingly Fine PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS, but by the best Make-s o-?ly —Address, Mr. EDWAKD Lawkance, 2, Courtla"d Te. 'ace, Mevthyr. 7335 TYDYIL SCHOOL, MERTHYR TYPFIL- HEAD MASTER :— JOHN J. COPLAND, M.A., (Successor to the late EVAN WILLIAMS, M.A.,) UNIVERSITY GRADUATE AND CLASSICAL PRIZEMAN. IN this School Boys will be prepared for the Universities, the Public Schools, and the various Public Examinations.—Mr Co"LAND has successfully prepared Pupils for the London Matriculation for the College of Surgeons, the Law, the Oxford and Cambridge Local, Private Lessons given at periods suitable to the convenience of Pnpils. The School re-commences after the Christmas Vacation on Monday, January 24tli, 1S76. Mrs. Copland's LADIES' SCHOOL re-commenoes on the same date. 7368 DANCING CLASSES. MRS. COP LAND, TYDFIL SCHOOL, MERTHYR TYDFIL. RESPECTFULLY announces that she has just -Lt) formed a Series of DANCING CX.AKSES which meet every Thursday Evening. The class for Young fupils will be from Five to Seven o'clock and for Young Ladies and Gentlemen, from Eight to Ten o Ciock. An Adult Claps as may arranged. lhe»e classes will be conducted by Madame Eyre, pupil of Monsieur Coulon, Monsieur El)^, and Aiadame BM (of London,) <bc., &c. Terms-Halra Guinea per quarter, payable in advance. It is desirable that intending Pupils, oi oilers who may wish to join the.e Classes, should send in their naiaes to Mrs. COPLAND, on or before Thursday next, in order the necessary arrangements may be completed as soon as possiWg 7310 PEOPLE'S EDITION. IMPORTANT MEDICAL WORKS. BY Dr.. HENRY SMITH. Twenty-first Thousand. By post, two stamps in envelope. GUIDE TO HEALTH; or, ADVICE and INSTRUCTIONS for the Cure of Debilitating Diseases. By HEJNEY SMITH, M.D., of the University of Jena, Author of the Volunteer's Manual," &c. GUIDE TO HEALTH is a Nedical Work on the Treat- ment, by Medic'nes oi'y, of Nirvou'j, Me'ital and Physical Debility, Lowner:s of Spirts, Indigest'on, Dimness of Sighr, "Want of Energy, Irritabil'ly, Deafness, Epilepsy, &c., rc- fcuUing lrorn lo,s of nerve power, which, if neglected, end in pr<matnie decline. tiives INSTRUCTIONS by which Thousands have been restored to health. Illustrated with cases ard testimonials f om grattnul patients, with means of cure used in each case. Also ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN ON t-UBOECTSOF VITAL IMPORTANCE The Pamphlet will be sent free by post, to any address, on receipt of two penny stamps. Third inousard. By post, seven stamps in envelope. WOMAN. Subjects treated C irlhood, Maiden- hood, Courtship, Marriage, Motherhood, Female Education, Female Health, Female Hygiene, Domestic Medicine, &c., Ax. N.ii.—A Special Edition, BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSI HATED BY ENGRAVINGS ON WOOD. Cloth gilt, One Shilling. NOTIcE-The above medical works will be sent direct from the Author i 1 an Envelope on receipt of the amount in stamps. Address Dr HENRY SMITH, S Burton Crescent, London, WC CONSULT A LONDON PHYSICIAN BY LETTER WITHOUT FEE. DR. H. SMITH, the Eminent Specialist for the cure of all debilitating and contagious diseases, will I., the benefit of country patients who cannot consult hiia personally, on receiving description of their case, send his opinion, with advice and directions for the most successful restoration to health and vigour. 7336 Address, Dr. H. SMITH, 8, Burton Crescent, London, W.0 KERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS IF you sufTer from Headaches, Bilious Complaints, Indigestion, Cov veress, Rheumatism, o> Tic-Doloreux. TRY KERN ICE'S VEGETA BLE PILLS. They are easy to swa"ow, be'rg very SUKUI, require no con- finement in doors, s^rer-then the sysL. m and have been tried by thousands, who pronource the 11 to be the best medi- cine in the world. ——— Cefn, Merthyr, September 9th, 1869 "Dear Sir, Daniel Humphreys, weave-, Ynysyfelin Factory, near this place, suffered fron sei c, a pai s in the stomach for four or five years, and had triad 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 he had taken the six pills he felt totally free from pain and ever since-that is for the last five years -he keeps your pills in lri house, and whenever he feels any similar symptoms he has only to take two of your pills and he is all right again and Mrs, Humphreys also, who usually suffered from flatulency, has found them the best remedy for an attack of that sort He wishes to send you this n thanks to your agent, who was so kind to him -1 remain ours obediently, ROBERT PRICE. Thousands of other Testimonials, equally gratifying might be published. KERNICK'S PILLS" give energy to the system, need ro special rules with regard to diet, and are universally declared to be the Best Medicine of the kin ever discovered. PREPARED ONLY BY P. KERNICK, MANUFACTURING CHEMIST, I DUKE- STREET, CARDIFF. MANCHESTER HOUSE, MERTHYR. OOlsTTHSTTT-A-TIOlsr OF SALE FOR FOURTEEN DAYS LONGER! =- IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE UNPARALLELED OVERCROWDING Of my Premises during the last Fourteen days, many of my old Customers have hitherto failed to obtain the full advantages of the Sale. I have, therefore, determined to yield to the urgent request of many of them, and to prolong the same for ANOTHER FOURTEEN DAYS, from FEBRUARY 1ST TO FEBRUARY 15 TH, So that all parties may have a fair opportunity of securing some of the many GREA T BARGAINS Which I have still to offer. TBBXS 0ASB. BOOSS BA 0 II 9.30. r I am, your obedient Servant, JOHN JONES.
GLAMORGANSHIRE. PAYMENTS ORDERED AT EPIPHANY, 1876. GAOL. HOUSE OP TOTAIJ CORRECTION. £ b. d. £ s. d. £ b. d. MaintenanceofPrisoners. 209 2 7 1<6 5 0 Clothing for do 34 10 „ Turnkeys 0 13 6 36 10 3 Coil, Taxes, &c 132 11 0^ 163 14 4 Conveyance of Prisoners to and from trial 26 0 5 3 6 „ „ Transportation 40 2 6 Relief on Discharge 7 11 7 3 13 6 Repairs 16 17 8 128 13 0 Materials for Manufacture l0 7 5 39 14 9 SALARIES. Governor and Matron 75 ft 0 75 0 0 Chaplain and Surgeon 100 0 0 100 0 0 "5R 5 81 344 6 Turakeys 35S 5 8^ 344 8 6 971 0 4 1113 5 4 971 0 4 20S4 5 8 Mr. Thos. Dalton, his Quarter's Composition 112 10 0 „ Bill for business done 12 5 0 „ "money paid 26 5 2,1 CORONERS. —————— 161 0 2I H. Cuthbertson, Esq., Quarter's Salary 37 10 0 Expenses on 14 Inquests, from 5 October to 2 December, 1875 31 16 0 —————— 69 6 0 E. B. Reece, Esq., Quarter's Salary 82 10 0 „ Expenses on 43 Inquests, from 27 September to 10 December, 1875 78 17 0 161 7 0 Geo. Overton, Esq., Quarter's Salary 112 10 0 „ Expenses on 90 Inquests, fcom 29 September to 13 December, 1875 121 9 0 233 19 0 Edward Strick, Esq., Quarter's Salary 42 10 0 Expenses on 31 Inquests, from 4 October to 8 De- cember, 18/3 54 14 0 ——————— 97 4 0 Thomas StocLwood, Esq., Half-year's Salary 3 15 0 LUNATICS. 565 11 0 Wm. Orange, Esq., maintenance of 5 Criminal Lunatics at Broadmoor, from 1st July to 31st Dec., 1875, at 16s. and 14s. per week 94 12 y County Asylum, maintenance. of 15 Pauper and 1 Crimina) Lunatics, from 15 Sept. to 15 Decembei, 1875, at 10s. and 12s. per week 100 3 10 County Asylum,landlord's repairs from September to NOT., 1875 jqk 17 Q PRINTING, &c. 390 14 2 D Duncan, Advertising and Printing from 28 August to 18 December, 1875 52 13 g D Duncan, Advertising and Printing from 28 August to 18 December, 1875 52 13 6 Weekly A1 ail," ditto from 9 Nov. to 18 Dec., 1875 13 13 0 "Telegraph," ditto from 5 Nov. to 17 Dec., 1875 14 17 3 Expiess,' ditto from 6 Nov. to 18 Dec., 1875 8 12 9 Swansea Herald ditto 440 W Jones, printing, &c., from 13 August to 6 December, 1875. 10 12 7 Wm. Hopcraft, printing, &c., from 19 November, 1873. to 6 Feb., 1875 51 4 0 PENSIONS. I- 15.5 17 1 E. Woods, quarter's pension, as late Matron at Gaol, Cardiff 4 0 0 • William Hume, „ Chief Warder „ „ 15 0 0 JamesGordon, „ "Engineer at „ 18 8 4 C. Cox, Matron at Gaol, Swansea 15 0 0 James Hume, „ „ Chief Warder „ 9 3 9 Robert Dunlop, „ „ Warder n 13 4 PRA^IC^ _1±1 79 Mr. T. M. Dalton, attending Michaelmas Sessions, as Deputv Clerk of P. ace, 5 days J 11; 1 r a REFORMATORIES. 10 10 V J. H. Rowland, Esq., maintenance of 45 boys at Hawdref Ganol, from 80 September to 25 December, 1875 545 weeks 1 day, at 2s 54 10 3 ROT. P. Castellano, maintenance of 7 boys at Yorkshire Ca- tholic, from 1 October to 31 December, 1875, 92 weeks at 2s. 9 4 0 J. Ryan, maintenance of 5 boy3 at S*. Bernard's, from i July to 30 September, 1875, 67 weeks, at 2s. 6d 7 2 6 C. E. Palmer, maintenance of 1 girl at West Riding, 30 June to 30 September, 13 l-7th weeks, at Is. 6d 0 19 9 Ann Parrish, maintenance of 5 girls at Arnos Court, from 1 October Co 31 December, 1875, 67 6-7th weeks, at Is. 6d. 4 8 6 M. Carpenter, maintenance of 1 girl at Red Lodge, from 30 Sept. to 3lst December, 1875, 13 weeks, at 2s 1 g g L. J. Campbell, maintenance of 1 girl at Toxteth Park, from 30tb September to 31st December, 1875, 13 l-7th weeks, at Is. 6d 0 19 9 COUNTY BRIDGES. 79 0 9 D. Jones, care of Loughor Bridge, from 25 September to 18 December, 1875, 12 weeks, at 58 3 0 0 Wm. Sims, repairing Pontynisybont Bridge, Nov., Ic75 29 19 0 Ynisybont „ 26 n Q „ „ Pontwalby „ bept. „ 1() Ao g ARTILLERY MILITIA. 70 0 6 Town Council of Swansea, 1 year's rent Artillery Stores, to 3 Feb., 1875, £ 30, less 5s. Income-tax oq 1 r n SALARIES. Mr. W. 0. Luard, Quarter Year's Salary as County Treasurer 75 0 0 Mr. W. 0. Luard, Quarter Year's Salary as County Treasurer 75 0 0 Mr. A. Bassett „ „ Surveyor g2 10 0 Mr, Hy. Dever „ „ Auditor 50 0 0 COUNTY GAOLS. 187 10 0 Thomas Williams, salary as Clerk of Works at Cardiff Gaol, from 24 September to 24 December, 1875, at JEi5U a year. 37 10 0, R. Hawke. salary as Clerk of Works at Swansea Gaol, from 22 September to 22 December, 1875, at X150 a year. 37 10 0 — j 75 0 0 B3882 14 91 THO. DALTON, CLERK OF PEACE.
ESTABLI K D 1889. H. W. GRIFFITHS, SURGEON DENTIST, 3, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. ARTIFICIAL TEETH WITH ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS, AND ALL OTHER DENTAL OPERATIONS. CONSULTATION FREE. 7337 NOTICES. BUNCH OF GRAPES YARD ALE AND PORTER STORES, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. W. MOSELEY, SUCCESSOR TO MESSRS. J. JONES AND Co. SOLICITS a continuance of the liberal support accorded to them in the Sale of their UNRIVALLED BOTTLED ALE AND STOUT. He calls Public attention to the ifne quality of his BRILLIANT BOTTLED ALES and NOURISHING STOUT, which he delivers at following Prices:- nVf^J^^TotirnLu (b"sht aI 3s- and 4s- Per dozen. GOi^Ebbfc &IUU1 (half a pint of which is equal to a large sandwich and a |glass of water, Dr. INMAN) 4s. per dozen. He also delivers by Cart Messrs. Allsopp's Ales in kilg, at.21s., 24s., 27a., and 30s. ORDERS BY POST OR OTHERWISE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. 7363 A GOOD PIANOFORTE MAY BE HIRED From f2 23. Od. PER QUARTER, UJS" THE THREE YEARS SYSTEM. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, 101, OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT CARDIFF, DESI HE to call special on to tbe sjiove noL'ce, and would warn t^e publ'c a&ainst tbe so-called Second* band Piar?o c P° to ^ee y a^ve \Ased a« wbal; ?s said to be 1ec3 than half 'M*e oti^'nal price. The Pianos suppl:ed by iuom->-0n ard Sc^acke'l are warranted, and by tbe best Makers only. Si\ACK>u"S SHOW-ROOMS AT 101, OXFOnD STREET, SWANSEA, AND QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, Containirg without exception the finest Stock of Pianofortes, Harmoniuocs, and American Organs in South Wales. N.B.—The "Buie a" s".PP''ed to tbe Marqu's of Bute, pric# Twelve Guineas, in Mandsome Rosewood, 13 tpe very best small Hainjoumm manufactured. Harmoniums from Four Guineas. 73S9 MERTHYR STEAM JOINERY AND TURNING WORKS, 4, CASTLE STREET, MERTJBYJK. JOHN WILLIAMS BEGS respectfully to announce that he is now prepared to txecutw WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES; ALSO SAWING, TONGUING, GROOVING, REBBITING, AND BAND SAWING. The whole of the .na'chinery being duven by sf;pm power, rll orders can be executed with accuracy and despatch, and a 1 cotmracds will receive prompt a^en 'on. 7361 ALLSOPP'S BITTER OR MILD ALE. OCTOBER BREWINGS IN FIRST-RATE CONDITION. MESSRS. SAMUEL ALLSOPP & SONS TAKE the opportunity of announcing to PRIVATE FAMILIES that their GEN JiNE ALES, in Castr n y be ooUp'rcd of MR. JOHN DAVIES, CROWN HOTEL, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR, AT TilE FOLLOWING PRICES:— IN CASKS of 18 Gallons at 21s., 24s., 27s., 80s., 33s., 36s. and 42s Guinness's Extra Stout, and Allsopp's East India Mild and Pale Ales in Bottles. DELIVERED FREE BY ALLSOPP'S CARTS. 7340 W. MEREDITH, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, CARPET "WABEHOUSEMAN, AND GENEBAL HOUSE FURNISHER, &c., 125, HIGH STREET, AND 52, GLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR, BEGS TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF PARTIES ABOUT FURNISHING TO INSPECT H!S LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY FURNITURE X3-u CAKPETS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, BRASS & IRON BEDSTEADS, &c. DINIXNG & DRAWING-ROOM SUITES, IN MAHOGANY, OAK, WALNUT, Ac., &c BEDROOM SUITES IN MAE OGAN Y, AMERICAN BIRCH, ENGLISH ASH, POLISHED PINE, JAPANNED WOODS, &c., &c., READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. T(„ CARPETS.. To this <a a-r*;nrV-5n the public ?s particularly invited, the Stock consisting of upwards of 10,000 yards o. BKUSbfcLS lAPESXRY5 KIDDERMINSTER, FELT, DUTCH, TWILL, and other makes, havihg been ,se t „ie° ^ire and judgment from tbe Best Manufacturers, and amongst which will be found some o; toe IB ard unique p^itjres, to be obtained only at this Establishment. The whole having been purc^ mos; a Ivaut^eous i,erms is marked at the lowest remunerative profit, and very considerably below preset VELVET PILE. AXMINSTEB, and TURKEY CARPE1S «upp]-ed upon the shortest notice, A- IAJISIJON PRICES. BEDDii<ra. FEATHER BEDS, SPRING, IIAIR, and other MATTRESSES manufactured upon the premises by experienced Workmen upon tho shortest notice. AN IMMENSE STOCK OF PIER AND TOILET GLASSES IN GREAT VARIETY. FLOOR-CLOTHS, LINOLEUM, ETC., IN ALL WIDTHS. COCOA FIBRE, CHINA, AND MANILLA MATTIN S, Ac. Residencies, either large or small, completely Fomishtd in a %tv It.nn' aotiM. [7343 I R. C LEACH, BILL POSTER, AND TOWN CRIER, G3, GAUD IFF STREET, ABERDAHE. All Orders promptly attended to. 7314 MR. JOHN DANIELL, Of the DOWLAIS INN, DOWLAIS, BEGS to intimate that he has commenced J) business as ACCOUNTANT and COMMISSION AGENT, and will be prepared to undertake the duties of an AUCTIONEER. All matters entrusted to him will receive his prompt and careful attention. Offices at the Dowlais Inn. 1367 MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS STATIONS. QMNIBUSES tween MERTHYR AND asunder:— a. in. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.rn Leave Merthyr 8-55 11-15 12-0 4-55 6-55 Arrive at Merthyr 10-0 12-30 2-40 6-40 10-0 PARES Merthyr to Dowlais Sta "en 9d. Dowlais to Merthyr 6d. 7345 23, IRONMONGER LANE, LONDON. (THE OLD HOUSIC.) JOHNSTON'S CORN FLOUR IS THE BEST. TO OBTAIN THE BEST ASK FOR JOHNSTON'S CORN FLOUR. It is rich in flesh-forming and heat-giving properties, and when boiled with milk affords complete and periect nourish- ment for children and persons of weak digestion. It is de- cious for Puddings, Custards, Blancmange, &e. 7373 MS. EDWARD LAWRANCE, Professor of Music (of the Conservatorium of Music, Leipzig, and Organist of St. David's Church, Merthyr, etc), BEGS to announce that he has resumed his Pro- fessional Duties at Merthyr, and VISITS ABERDARE AND MOUNTAIN ASH ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. Mr. Edward Lawrance can always receive additional Pupils. Terms for Pianoforte, Singing, Harmonium, and Harmony Lessons, Ac., &c.; may be known on application at MB. E. LAWEANCE'S RESIDENCE, 7335 2, COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR. FREE EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. FREE Passages are granted by the Government to Female Domestic Servants of all kinds, who are quite free to engage with whom they please at the best wages they can get. Wages JE25 to jESO a-year all found. Free Passages given to Agricultural Labourers, whether married or single. Wages L30 to Z50 a-year with board and lodging. Assisted Passages to Mechanics on payment of £ t. Wages as under:- Hlacksmiths 12s to 14s a day. Shipwrights 10s to 12s a day. Carpenters.. 12s 14s Tailors 9s „ 10s „ Shoemakers.. 9s 10s Miners. 10s „ £ 1 „ The above need not want work a single hour after landing. Apply personally or by letter to AGENT-GENERAL FOR QUEENSLAND, 32, Charing Cross, London, S.W.; or to W. J. Pressw ell, Thomas Town, Merthyr Tydfil E E. Burgess, 35, Victoria Street, Merthyr, South Wales T. Foley, Foley's Hotel, Ne.ith, and J. C. Manning, Western Mail Office, Castle Street, Swansea. 7369 "ANCHOR" LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. QL ASGOW TO NEW YORK The Steamers of this Line are despatched from GLASGOW FOR NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY, Calling at MOVILLE, LOUGH FOYLE, to Embark Passengers FARES: SALOON CABIN .CIS 13s., jei4 14s., and kl6 16o INIERMEDIATE, £ J 7s STEEKAGE £5 6s. Intermediate and Steerage Passengers Booked through to all parts of the United States and Canada. 7347 Apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, Glasgow or to J. MOR- GAN, SON, and Co., Cardiff; J. T. MORGAN, 19, Glebeland, Merthyr Tydfll; or to G. BA.rn.ow, 17, Well-street, Dowlais. PULVERMACHER'S PATENT GALVANIC CHAIN-BANDS, BELTS, BAT- TERIES, RECENTLY IMPROVED. Approved by the Academy of Medicine of Paris, and other Medical Authorities in England and abroad. The remarkable efficacy of these self-applicable Voltaic arrangements is so widely known that in contradistinction to those unprincipled advertisers who can only publish statements on their oter. aufhority, Mr PULVERMACUEE pre- fers to submit the testimony of others, amongst whom are included many great scientific and medical autho- rities. TLese unimpeachable testimonies in favour of the marvellous curative powers of this Medico-Galvanic system being too numerous for insertion here, are compiled in the pamphlet, GALVANISM, NATURE'S CHIEF RESTORER or IMPAIRED VITAL ENERGY," sent po't free for 3 stamps. The mass of evidence therein is supplemented by the following paragraph recently found in the standard work (p. 76,1867) of John King, M.D., Clinical Professor if Obstetrics, at Cincinnati: These Chains are very useful in many Nervous Disorders Muscular Debility Aphonia Rheumatism Hemiplegia Epilepsy Dyspepsia Paralysis Torpid Liver Paralysis (Bladder) Central Paralysis Asthma Chorea Spinal Paralysis Amenorrboea Impotency Neuralgia Dysmenorrhoea Writer's Cramp Sciatica Spinal Irritation Hysterical Cramps Stiff joints Nervous Debility and Contractions Hysteria Constipation Loss of Smell Hysteric Paralysis/Deafness (Nerv's) Loss of Taste, &c.' For further information and price list apply to J L PULVERMACHER'S GALVANIC ESTABLISH- MENT, 194, REGENT STREET, LONDON, W. 7348 ^\nent pH 4F F GEORGE'S Q) () /PILE & GRAVEL^ fef PILLS. J 1 2 *XOPRI*TOR, II Q g VJ. E. GEORGE, H.R.P.S JJ 8 Though you have suffered and despaired for years and tried Remedies in vain, be assured there is still w safe and speedy cure for you at a small cost by using GEOKGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL G PILLS, which are now recognised by all as being the best Medicine yet discovered for PILE AND GRAVEL, as well as for the following pains, which, in Ninety-nine Cases out of every Hundred, are caused by these painful Maladies:- PAIN IN THE BACK, FLATULENOY,GRIPING, COLIO, 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 LEG AND FOOT. SUPPRESSION AND RETENTION OF URINE, PAINS IN THE STOMACH, AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. Thousands have been cored by tbel* Pills, and many who h*S been pronounced hopeless hare been thoroughly restored TO health by their use. ONE BOX WILL CONVINCE THE MOST SCEPTICAL OF THEIR EFFICACY. In order to wit all who may be A0™ Of the$e Maladies, tht Proprietor prepares this Vegetable Remedy in the foUoving forms-— No. 1—GEORGE'SPILE & GRAVEL PILLS. No. 2-GEOROE'S GRAVEL PILLS. No. 3-GEOBGB'S PILLS FOR THE PILES. Important Testimonials from Doctors, Chemists, and Invalids, from aU parts of the country, will be forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamped envelope. s Sold in Boxes, Is. lid. and 2s. 9d., by all respectable Chemists; by Post, Is. 4d. and 3s., in postage stamps. ETBRY BOX IS PROTECTED BY THE GOVERNMENT STAMP. NOTICE.—The tin," PILB AND GRAVEL PILLS" it Copyright, and sntsrsd at Stationers' Hall, LOKOON Barclay, Sutton, Newbery, Sanger Barron Squire, & C(. BRiaTOL:—Col) iM and Roper, Pearce 4 Co., Ac. LIVERPOOL:—Evans. Sons, and Co. Clay. Dodd, and Cam Rfttmo and Co. 73*9 NOTICES. THE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS BUILD- ING SOCIETY ARE prepared to Lend, at the fhortest notice, Sums of 56.100 TO £ 10,000, Re-payable in Monthly or Quarterly Instalments. Borrowers in this Society have special advantages not obtained in ov.ier Societies, or from puvate Individuals. The legal costs are paiii by the Society, a'ld the independence of the Borrower, so long as his stipulated re-pavments are made, is secured by the Registrar under the Friendly Society's Acts. -The utmost Secrecy is maintained. The Directors announce that they are prepared to receive Sums of Money as Loan Deposits, subject to the following rates of interest:— £ 4 per cent. at two months' call; £4k at four modths,' and P,, per cent. at six months' call. For particulars, apply to Mr. E. ROBISBTS, at the Office of the Society, 34, Victoria-street, Merthyr. 7351 DO YOU WANT MONEY? IF so, the Merthyr Tyufil and South Wales Loan and Discount Company are now lending Sums from £ 2 and upwards at the shortest notice, to H usehclders and others, Forms of applications for Loans, together with the Rules, can be had by applying at the Otiic. s. 3S, Bethel Street, or 19, Dynevor Street. Georgetown, Merthyr Tydfil. j Money advanced to any amount on Surplus Stocks. and every kind of tangible Security. 7352 L. J. DAVIES, Manager. MONEY TO LEND- FROM: X2 upwards-to Tradesmen, Farmers, workmen, <fec., on personal security, Furniture (without removal), Irade Stock, Unseasonable Goods, &c — Repayment can be arranged to suit the Borrower's convenience—Xo Omce fees; distance no object; no genuine applications refused.-Apply personally or by letter, enclosing stamped directed envelope, to H. M. BEIRNSTEIN, 1S9 andloo High Street, Dowlais. 73^3 MONEY! MONEY!! MONEY! MONEY immediately advanced from £ 2 and upwards, on Personal ^Security, re-payable by easy instalments. No Bills cf Sale required, thus saving all extortionate charges. Apply to A. B. JACOB AND SON, 76, High Street, Dowlais, and at 38, Wellington Street. Merthyr, [7354 Cash advanced on Deposits of Jewellery, Plate, Pianos, &c. DR. HUlvTERS Special Lectures to Younar HwfLTH' ^TS RESTORATION, AND HAPPV' j.u.ttnKiA(jhS. Wlien to marry, with advice to those who contemplate marrfage, pointing out certain impediments reuder marri ed life unhappy, and directions for their -Should be read by j>'l who value health, o ™ r "> an" M mhood, and wish to attain a happy old age. rfafif tLG °f fCGe:pt of„two stamps.—Addrcs, SiXBEiAitr. Iii8tit.it# of Anatomr, Birmingham. 734(3 STEAM PACKET COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CORK, NEWPORT, AND CARDIFF. i "W&v -tflBSr-CLASS PASSENGER STEAM EIIS. The City of Coiit kteam Packet Go's Steamers will leave 4gS3MMk» COKE, for NEWPOET and,' C'AKDIFF, EVERY MONDAY, returning to CORK from NEWPOBT EVERY WEDNESDAY, and for CARDIFF, EVERY THURSDAY. Through rates for Goods and Cattle can be arranged on application to the Company at C,.rk, or to their Agents. Fares: — Cabin.. £ 1 Is.; Cabin Return Ticket, available for one month (including Steward's fees), Ll lls. Od. Deck, 7s. For further particulars see small Bills. AGENTS. i 7S55 OW Nl' DABDIFF—Mr E. C. Do win NG, Shipbroker. VEWPORT-MR. JAMES MADDOCK. DORK—«. ity of Cork Steam Packet Co., Limited, Penrose Quay The Marvellous Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness Asthma, Bronchitis, Coasumption, and all Chest Affections F"E GT'O.B X I>T El. Sold by all Chemists,in bottles, at Is l £ d,2s 9d. 4s 6d & 11 Sent by the Proprietors upon receipt of Stamps. From Rev J. STONHHOUSE, St. Saviour's Vicarage Nottingham, AUGUST, 1874. DEAR SIR,-I can strongiy recommend your l'eetori = e as an invaluable Cough Remedy. I have given it a fair trial in my own family, and have also supplied it to persons suffering from Cou^h in my parish, and in every instance it has given immediate relief. In some cases, after passing sleepless nighis, one or two doses of the Psctorint have nad such a good effect that persons have got a good night's rest, and the Cough has speedily disappeared.- Air. A. ROLFE, St. Ann's Square, Manchester, .i ine is superior to any Medicine I havo trie 1. or on; ;s or Colds." PECTORINE cures the worst forms ot.Coughs and Colds PECTOKINJ5 cures Hoarseness PECTOR1NE gives immediate relief,in Bronchitis PEC rorl NE is the best Medicine for Asthma PECTORINE cures Whooping (Jough PECTORINE will cure a trouulesoine^tickling Cough PECTORINE is invaluable i_i the Early Staged of Con- sumption ° PEcTORINE relieves all Affections of the Chest, Langs, and Throat. Prepared only by SMITH AND CLARKE# Manufacturing Chemists, Park Street, Lincoln. V Vice Chancellor Sir C. Hall granted a perpetual in junction, with costs, against F- Mason, Chemist, Rotherham for using the word Pectorine." LOCAL AGENTS Mr. L, P. Jones, Ebbw Vale 735a Mr. W. J. While, 12S, High-Street, Merthyr. Mr. Rees Thnnas, 143, iligh-street, Merthvr. Mr. T. W. Evans Commercial-Street, Aberdare. ONLY two medicines really act upon tne ljiver ono is Mercury or Blue Pill, the other Dandelion, Thousands of constitutions have been destroyed by Mercury, Blue Pill, or Calomel. The only remody is DR. KIXG'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, Spgsms. Heartburn, Flatulency, Nervous- ness, Gout, and all disorders of the Stomach and Liver. Sold by all chemists and medicine vendors,in boxes at Is. l £ d. 2s. 9d. 4s. 6d. or for stamps from J. KOKKE, 47, Mortimer- street, Cavendish Square, London. W. 7357 RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND, far 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 29th, 1869.—Sir,—I have for some years had your Balsam of Horehound for Mrs. H. B. 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 sbe is now quite strong. I have recommended you dozens of customers, and all have been pleased with it.—1 am, yours, &c., H. B. WEESTEB. N.B.-There is a saving in taking the largor bottles. Wholesale Agents;- IV. Sutton & Co., Barclay 4 Sons London Collins & Roper, Bristol; and Evans, Sons, & Co., LiverpooL —— CAUTION—As unpricipied parties are offering an imitation for sale, the public are requested to observe that the words "HAYMAN'S BALSAM OR HOREHOUHD are stamped on the bottle, without which noue are genuine. THE SOUTH WALFS IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, HIGH STREET, (Opposite the Vale of Neath Railway Station), MERTHYR TYDFIL. W JAMES, PBOPEIETOR, THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP. FOR FURNISHING IRONMONGERY RIMIS SOUTH Y/ALLS IRONMONGERY X SHOP, I OR IRON BEDSTEADS r ruiE SOLTIl WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP ..L FOR PETROLEUM, PARAFFIN, & BENZOLINJE OILS, 'THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY 1 SHOP, FOR PARAFFIN oc UENZOLINE LAMPS I^HE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR HAY WOOD'S BEST CUTLERY rpHE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY JL SHOP, FOR BRUSHES: SCRUBBING, BLACKING, LAUNDRY, AND 13 ALU ST Lift. THE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY SHOP, FOR GREENSLADIi'S PL A N F »# PATENT SASH TOOLS, &_OUSTERS. fI HE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY I SHOP, FOK CARPENTERS and MASONS' TOOLS, &c. 1HE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY f SHOP, FOR BUILDEKS' I'i'D GENERAL IRONMONGERY. RG^HE SOUTH WALES IRONMONGERY JJ. SHOP FOR LUBRICATING OILS,ANTI- FRICTION and OTHER GREASES, WASTE, &c. 7359