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Trostrey Hill Farm, Within two miles of the town of Usk. Prime Flock of 150 Sheep, 24 Head of Cattle, 5 Cart Horses, 1 Nag Coll, 4 two-year-old Cart Colts, 4 Store Pigs, well selected; Agricultural Implements, Wheat, Barley, Peas, Hay, Clover, Root Crops, &c., &c., the property of Mrs. Catherine Knight, who is relinquishing farming pursuits, WHICH GRAHAM, Jun., has been favoured J|UHvith instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- On Wednesday, the 20th of September, 1865. PARTICULARS SHEEP.—S2 very superior young and sound Cots- "Wold ewes, 60 good-conditioned and wel-lbred lambs, õ capital ram lambs, and 3 yearling rams. CATTLE.—7 good milch cows, to calve in good season 2 barren ditto, 7 two-year-old steers, 2 two- year-old heifers, 4 steer calves, 2 heifer calves. HOUSES.—1 cart horse, rising 6 years 1 cart mare, rising six years; I cart horse, rising five years 1 cart horse, rising nine years; 1 mare, rising nine years 4 2-year-old cart colts, 1 2-year-old nag colt. PIGS.—4 good store pigs. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.—Broad-wheel wag- gon, 2 broad-wheel carts, 1 narrow-wheel waggon, I Water carriage, 4 useful ploughs, 2 pairs of iron har- rows (nearly new), I pair of iron drags (nearly new), pair of light wooden harrows, scuffier, 2 horse hoes, Cambridge roller, wooden roller,winnowing machine, blower, chaff machine, 2 Banbury turnip cutters, 5 sheep racks, 2 ladders, haul rake, 8 dozen hurdles, sundry pikes and rakes, sacks, measures, ropes, &c.- &c. HABNESS.—2 sets of short harness, 4 sets of long harness, 2 sets of G.O. harness. CORN.—2 ricks of wheat, about 400 bushels 3 ricks of barley, about 400 bushels I rick of peas, about 200 bushels. HAT.—About 20 tons of well-made hay, in 2 mows 1 mow of clover, about 14 tons. ROOTS,—7 acres of first-class Swedes, and 6 c es of turnips. Refreshments at Eleven, and the Sale to commence punctually at Twelve o'clock. The Sheep reared on this Farm for many years past have been distinguished for their soundness and excellence. The Cattle are well-bred, and the Imple- ments in good working condition. Dated, 6th September, 1865. Penyworlod, Hay, Breconshire. Two miles from the Hay and GHnsbury Stations, on the Hereford and Brecon Railway. Great Sale of 1350 superior RADNOR FOREST SHEEP, and NAG HORSES. Mrs. Parr (w ho is retiring from business) has instructed MR. GEORGE PYE, to SELL by AUCTION, On Friday, the 22nd day of September, 1865, (Being the day before Talgarth Fair,) The whole of her choice Flock of Sheep, consisting of 250 two and thr>»e-year-old ewes, 130 yearling ditto, 500 wethers (from two to five years old), 150 yearling ditto, 300 lambs, 17 rams, 12 ram lambs, 2 Brown cobs, and a bay mare. Luncheon at 11; Sale at ) o'clock. Conveyances at Hay to meet the 11.8 train from Brecon, and the 12.45 from Hereford. Iggp 120 head of Prime Hereford Cattle will be sold in October next. Upper Red-House Farm, LLANVIHANGEL-YSTERN-LEWERNE. MR. GRAHAM is instructed to SELL BY AUC- TION, at the above Farm, (which has been let,) On Wednesday, September 27, 1865, The following capital LIVE STOCK, modern and useful AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Hai- ness, Tools, Hurdles, Poultry, Cider Hogsheads, Potatoes, &c., &c., viz LIVESTOCK.—43 cross-bred ewes, 25 lambs, 14 fresh two-year-old Hereford steers, pair of fresh Devon steers, 2 two-year-old heifers, short-horn heifer and calf, 4 cart horses, yearling filly, 2 saw pigs, 2 porkers, 5 small pigs. IMPLEMENTS.—Broad-wheel waggon, two broad- "fheel carts, wood roller, turnip drill and roller, 2 iron ploughs, 2 pairs of iron harrows, scuffler, horse- hoe, ground car, 5 sheep troughs, 3 sheep racks, Banbury turnip cutter, two-knife chaff machine, 2 cattle cribs, 3 ladders, several dozen new hurdles. HARNESS, TOOLS, &C.—-2 sets of short harness, 3 sets of long ditto, 2 sets of G.O., bend and traces, timber chain, haul rake, 5 wood rakes, couch rake, 7 pikes, 2 shovels, 2 dung forks, spade, 2 wheelbarrows, seedlip, 40 six-inch ash felloes, 12 three-inch ditto, 74 oak spokes, 6 elm stocks. 9 cider hogsheads, I casks, 10 sacks of potatoes, 30. ducks, and 3 geese. Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock punctually. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Pant Farm, near Crumlin. IMPOItTANT SALE by AUCTION of Hereford 1 CATTLE, HORSES, Fat SHEEP, HAY, CORN, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, and Utensils of Mr. GEORGE, by Mr. J. PHILPOT, On Thursday, the 5lh of October, 1865. Full particulars will appear in future advertise- lnentB, and posters. Pontypool, 13th September, 1865. TO BE LET.—A HOUSE and GARDEN, capitally situated for business in Bridge Street, Usk. A favorable opportunity for a person desirous of opening In the Butchering business, as the frontage and back Premises would be adapted for the purpose free of c Ist to the tenant.—Apply to Mr. R. SATCHELL, Usk, LOST, on the 8th of September, from PENYPAEK JU FAEM, RAGLAN, a Yearling STEER, Hereford breed, brown colour, white face. Information to be orwarded either to Po.li.ce-Sergeant Mc.OvEor, Rag- or to the owner, Mr. STEPHENS, Penypark Farm. \XTANTED immediately a respectable young »V Woman, as HOUSE and PARLOUR MAID.—Address to E. B., Post Office, Chepstow. XrrAINTKD, an APPRENTICE to a BLACK- U *SMIT £ l".—Apply at the Office of this Paper. The Newport Drapery Emporium. C) -W :B .A. UNT ID O O R P S 3 PROPRIETORS. • TMPORTANT Purchase and SALE of a Manchester and General DRAPERY X STOCK, On Saturday, September 9th, and folluicing days, Consisting of Linens, white and grey Calicoes, Sheetings, Long Cloths, cotton Sheets, Brown Irish's, Huck- abacks, Russia Crash, linen Ducks, Flannels, fancy ditto for Shirts; Blankets, a large quantity soiled; several hundred dozen Cambric Handkerchiefs black glace Silks ditto coloured, in checks and stripes fancy mohair Dresses, Poplinettes and Camlet ditto, Skirtings, Winceys, Alpacas, Coburgs, Lustres up- wards of 500 Ladies white and coloured Corsets. Shawls, Mantles, and Jackets; cotton and worsted Hosiery Alpaca and Silk Umbrellas. An immense quantity of Odds and Ends in Remnants desperately cheap. MOURNING Black Coburgs, Barathea and Crape Cloths. Hows and CORPS would call especial attention to the above Stocks, which are the cheapest that have been seen the last four years.—For Ready Money only. Note the Address,—175, COMMERCIA L STREET, NEWPORT. (Next door to tht Westgate Hotel.) On Saturday, September 9th, and following days. Reader! Copy the Address, and come and judge for yourself. The Champion Liver & Stomach PILLS. rrHESE PILLS are compounded from the ■ recipe of one of the most eminent physicians of the present day (who, from purely philanthropic ipotives- knowing their excellent properties by experience has been induced to give the benefit of them to the public at large). They are prepared by an able and experienced chemist, and are acknowledged, by the faculty, to be the most valuable medicine for all disorders of tho stomach. and derangements of the liver, ever prepared. It is a well-known fact that most of the disensesircident to the human race, arise from a disordered stomach, and irregular state of the bowels, and for want of a suitable remedy, taken in time, thousands of (at first) simple mala- dies, become serious. illnesses. To guard against this great evil, and to preserve the blessings of health, these pills are confidently and earnestly recommended. They act generally on the constitution, cleanse the blood of all impurities; regulate the secretions, and give tone to the stomach correct the morbid condition of the liver, regulate the bowels, and, by removing all impediments, restore elasticity and vigour to the whole frame. TESTIMONIALS. tTsk, January 28th, 18B5. SIR,—! have been in the habit of taking the CHAMPION LIVER AND STOMACH PILLS for some years, and I can safely say they are the best medicine for Stomacti Complaints that I have evec taken; and previously to their becoming known to me I hatr tried a great number of different kinds. They never fail in giving me instant relief, and having received so much benefit from their use, I think it but right that I should recommend them, as I do whenever I have opportunity. MARY WHITEFIELD. Castle Farm, Gwehelog, near Usk, March 26th, 1864. SIR,—I am glad to be able to bear testimony to the great efficacy of the CHAMPION LIVER AND STOMACH PILLS. Pre- viously to my being recommended to try them, I suffered much from Asthma, but since I have been in the habit of taking these pills, when I find an attack coming on I have oniy to take ana dose to obtain certain and speedy relief, and by repeating the dose two or three times I am restored to my usual health. I am sure that these pills have saved me a vast amount of suffering, and I therefore, with pleasure, give you permission to make wlla: use you like of this testimonial, as, if it should be the means of inducing any persons afflieied as I have been to try the medicine, I shall feel that I have done them great service. To Mr. CiiAKE, Usk. THOMAS PRICE. Penarth, near Cardiff, 24th October, 1864. Mr. CLARK, Usk.—SIB,—I enclose 28 stamps, and shall be obliged if you will send me two boxes of the CHAMPION LIVEK PILLS. You will think I am consuming a great quantity of them, from the number of boxes you have sent me; but the fact is, since I have been in this neighbourhood, I have recommended the pills to several persons here who suffer from biliousness, like myself, and they all agree that they never took anything that did them so much good. I think if the pills were sold in this neighbourhood, a great many more people would take to them, because they would be sure to recommend themselves. HENRY ELLIS. Gweholog, near Usk, December, 1859. Sm,-After suffering for several years from acute pains in my side, back, chest, and stomach, and after calling in several medical men, and trying every remedy, I still suffered severely from the oomplainta. At length I was induced to try the CHAMPION LIVER AND STOMACH PILLS, sold by you The first box gave me great relief. I then purchased a second box, and it completely removed my complaint, and I am now in perfect health. Having received so much benefit from these pills myself, I think that I am only doing a service to the public in recommending them. JOHN ROBERTS. To Mr. CLARK, Bookseller. Usk. a Pontypool, January 20th, 1860. Sut,-For some years I suffered very much from an affection of the Liver. The medical men to whom I applied gave me pills which removed the complaint for a short Lima, but it returned as bad as after ever a week or ten days. Hearing of the CHAMPION PILLS, I resolved to try them, and I am happy to say, that after taking a few doses, I felt much better, and it is now three months since I have experienced any return of my old complaint. If I have the headache, or pain in the side or shoulders, I take a couple of the CHAMPION PILLS at night, and I feel all right the next day. WM. MORGAN. 5, Settle's Buildings, New Swindon, Feb. 24,1863. SIB,—I am wishful to inform you of the gre-it benefit I have found from taking the CHAMPION PILLS. From my childhood I have been much troubled with indigestion, which caused me great suffering, and I was never many days without it, until a friend gave me a few of these pills, which is the only medicine that gives me relief. MARIA RICHARDS. Llanbaddock, near Usk, Feb. 9, 1863. SIB,—lam very glad to be able to recommend the CHAMPION PILLS. I have tried everything I could think of for the Liver Complaint, but never found any medicine do me so much good as these Dills. Mark of X MARY ANN MERRIMAN. 16, Christian Street, Stockport, 15th Oct., 1862. SIR,—Please forward me another box of the CHAMPION PILLS, for which I enclose fourteen stamps. I find them such an excellent medicine, not only for myself, but also for the whole of my family, that I never like to be without some in the house. I believe you when you say they are the most valuable medicine for the Stomach and Liver ever prepared," for I have tried many different sorts of pills, but shall never want to change again while I can jret these. With best respects, yours truly, Mr. CLARK, Usk, Man. ALFRED EDWARDS. Sold in Boxes (with directions for use) Is.lid, and 7-id, each. (A Saving by taking the Large Size). LOCAL AGENTS: Abergavenny Mr J 8 Meredith, Fookseller Mr John Watkins, Druggist Aberm/chim .Mr E Martin, Druggist Blaenavon Mr J Pope, Druggist Chepstow Mr W E Clark, Bookseller Monmouth .Mr. W. Spencer, Druggist. Newport Mr T J Jones, Chemist, High St. pontypool Mr T Roderick, Druggist. Usk -Mr, J. ll. Clark. Sold Wholesale by Messrs. BARCLAY & Son, LONDOJS, and Retail by all Medicine Vendors. N.B.—To meet the convenience of persons at a distance, J. H. CLARK, Usk, mil forward a bvx, Free by Post, for fourteen postag« stomps. '■ -■ i. t ABERGAVENNY. S. & E. TROTTER, ARE now delivering, free by.rail or road to a a reasonable distance, their GENUINE MALT LIQUORS, In fine condition, at the following Prices i- BITTER BEER 50S. 25s. 12s. 6d. BURTON" (STUONG) 50S. 258. 12s. 6d. XXX MILD ALE 42s. 'SLs. 10s. 6d. XX „ „ 36s. 18s. 9s. Od. STOUT 42s. 21s. 10s. 6d.. THE BREWERY, ABERGAVENNY. February, 1865. 0 UT.I, t TRUE UKCOMSiSRCD TEA.T- Thin Tm u imiHirteii naith flu- L hntred, is hir/hly btf mcdic-il ami yc v, and combines Mirity with fihe. flavour and latfin t Sold Im/ Chemists, Stationers-, au4 L mers in all parts of ihe kingdom. Usk-—liobinpon, Bridge St. //e>-eifo 1 ?—IT:itton, SI,Church Newpoti—Napper & Co., gr Sir -m Pillgwe-nliy—Morgan,Post-office Ditto—Mills, Broai Street. J)Mo—Stephens, High Town. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES.—Money lent F in sums of not less than jEtOU, on Personal Security, at a fair rate of interest. Also a large amount ready to be advanced on Freehold Securities, or a term of years, at from 4 to 5 per cent. interest; (harges moderate, and the strictest confidence ob- served. Full particulars forwarded per post, on receipt of six postage stamps. Office hours from ten to three.-Apply to Mr. SYDNEY T. EVANS, Land and Estate Agent, Old Masonic JIail, Newport, Mon. MONEY TO LEND.—To TRADES- MEN, FARMERS, & OTHERS.—MONEY immediately advanced on good personal security, or Leasehold, Copyhold, and Freehold Property, from £ 50 to £ 5000, at 5 per cent interest. Upwards of five hundred thousand pounds have already been advanced—Apply to Mr. C. JOHNS, Licensed Appraiser and House Agent, 4, Prospect Place, Stow Hill, Newport, Mon., (near the New Presbyterian Chapel). N. B.-All applications by post to fontain 4 stamps for reply. IMPORTANT NOTICE.-In order to secure the benefits from the use of PATENT MEDICINES, it is absolutely necessary that they should be taken in a fresh state.. 'I lie importance of litis cannot be too much dwelt upon if. indeed, it be not sufficiently attended to, the purchaser may expect to meet with disappointment instead of a cure. J. H. CLAUK particularly calls atten- tion to the advantages -which he as a bookseller pos. sesses, in receiving fresh supplies from the manufacturers in his weekly book parcels from London. NOTE PAPER and ENVELOPES Stamped with Crests, Initials, Mottoes, or any Design, at f. H. CLARK'S, Bridge-street, Usir. P' ORTEMQNNAIES — PURSES —WALLETS— i. POCKET BOOKS—PENCIL CASES Mid PEN KNIVES, at J. H. CLARK'S. Osk. TO EVERY ONE possessing a GARDEN.-The X COTTAGERS' RTICHEN, FRUIT, AND FLOWER GARDEN. Price only One Stilling; or post free for 14 Ktamps. Sold by J. H. CLARK; Bookseller, Usk. TO PARISH OFFICERS.—Surveyors' and Over- seers' Rate and Check Books, in accordance with the Act, may be had of J. H. CLARK. Bookseller. Usk. STATIONERY of all kinds Account Books ruled .J and made to any pattern; and Periodical Publica. tions supplied by J. H. CLARK, Usk. PATENT MEDICINES of all kinds, of genuine quality, constantly on Sale at J. H. CLARK'S, Bridge- street, Usk. THE ROYAL FARMERS' Fire, Life, and H-i-il A- Insurance Institution, an old-established and safe Office, in which Lives, Houses, Furniture, Stock, Crops and Farm Produce of every kind, may be Insured at as low a rate as m any of the First Class Offices. J. II. CLARK. Aaent for Usk. IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS.—The « UsK ORSERVEB has the LARGEST CIRCULATION in the COUNTY OF MONMOUTH of any Newspaper published. Being issued in the centre of the County, and widely cir. culated in both the AGRICULTURAL and REAL Districts 9 it is decidedly the best medium for Auctioneers, Solil citors, Tradesmen and others to make tbeir Notices known to the Inhabitants of Usk, Abergavenny, Ponty- pool, Caerleon, Eiaonuvon, Raglan and the surrounding PsLrisJifte. tILES' EATING HOUSE, TEA, COFFEE, & REFRESHMENT ROOMS. 21 Flannel Street, Abergavenny, THE COTTAGE LIBRARY, CLOTH BOARDS, ONE SHILLING EACH. TALES. Cowper's Poetical Works Anna Lee Longfellow's poetical works Arabian Nights Mjlton's Poetical Works Basket of Flowers Moore's Melodies Cabin Boy's Story BIOGRAPHY. Christmas Eve & other Tales Life of VT Evenings at Home Life -f ^jhingion Fashion and Famine Life of Napoleon Bonaparte Lamplighter I RELIGIOUS WORKS. Lena-Rivers Togat zky's Golden Treas u ry Mabel Vaughan Brown's Concordance Planter's Daughter Bunyan'sPilgrim'sProgress Queechy Bunyan's Choice Works Rose Clark Christian's every day Book Robinson Crusoe Daily Comforter Sandford and Merton Sacred Garland Swiss Family Robinson Smith's daily remembrancer Tales of Rich and Poor Sunday School Reciter Tales of Married Life MISCELLANEOUS. Temperance Tales Æsop's Fables True Riches Boys' Own Conjuring Book Uncle Tom's Cabin Buchan'sdomesticnjedicines Wide Wide World BuQ'on's Natural History NOVELS. Clater's Every Man his own Children of the Abbey Farrier Cooper's Spy Clater's Every Man his own Farmer of Inglewood Forest Cow Doctor Fatherless Fanny Cottage,Kitchen,Fruit and Hungarian Brothers Flower Gar-den Mysteries of Udolpho Cuipi-per's Herbal Nick of the Woods Domestic Cookery Book Old English Baron SONG BOOKS. Pamela Comic Album and Minstrel Rob of the Bowl Crochet Romance of the Forest Diprose's National Soag Scottish Chiefs Book i St. Clair of the Isles j Popular Song Book POETRY. Byron's Cuoice Works Sold by J. H. CLARK Bookseller, Usk. BOOKBiNDING. PERIODICALS BOUND at the following Charges 1. at J. R. CLAUK's. BookseHer, Usk. In Cloth, }k-bound J-bound cr^-bownd Roan, in Calf, plain, Lettered, Lettered Lettered, per vol. per vol. &• d. s. d. s. d. Demy 18 mo. Child's Companion ] Juvenile Missionary iVlujjazme > 0 1;0 1 0 1 2' Gospel Missionary Magazine ) Demy 12m,.). Baptist Messenger The ChUrch j Churchman's Magazine Christian' Penny Magazine Notes on Scripture Lesson ;1 0 13 1 8 Penny Post j Tract Magazine Bible Class Magazine ) Railway Library .0- -'v Demy 8vo, Boy's Own Magazine ") Boy's Monthly ditto VI 6 1 9 2 3 Blackwood's Magazine ) Royal 8vo. «. All the Year Round "l"' Chambers' Journal Englishwoman's Domestic do., Good Words .» CornhiU Magazine ^1 10 2 2 0 St. James' Magazine ( Temple Bar Magazine ..¡" Evangelical 'Magazine .) Macmillan's Magazine J Imperial Svo. 1 Once a Week I The Quiver ,>2.0 3 0 4 3 Leisure Hour ) Demy 4to. Cassell's Family Paper f'7 ■■ i' Cassell'sNatural History j English Girls' Journal 12 C 3 9 5 0 Famiiy Herald. j Ladies' Treasury Sunday at Home Royal 4to. London J ournal ) Reynold's Miscellany |3 0 4 3 5 6 Cassell's Paper, enlarged. ) Illustrated London News.. (3 6 76 9 6 Music 0 0 ó 0 7 0 Calf and Morocco Bindings at proportionate charges. THE VALUE OF ADVERTISING. We quote the following, with regard to the benefits ot advertising, from some ably written" Rules for Success in Business," in n. most useful work entitled How to JUct/ce Money :—" Advertise your Business. Do not hide your light under a bushel.—Whatever your occupation may be, if it needs support from the public, advertise it thoroughly and efficiently, in some shape or other that will arrest publie attention. I freely confess that what success I have had in life may fairly be attributed more to the public press than to nearly all other causes combined. There may possibly be occupations that do not require advertising, but I cannot well conceive what they are. Men in business will some- times tell you that they have tried advertising, and that it did not pay. This is only when advertising is done sparingly and grudgingly. Homoeopathic doses of advertising will not pay perhaps-it is like half a potion, of physic-making the patient sick, but effecting nothing. Administer liberally, and the cure will be sure and permanent. Some say they cannot afford to advertise;' they mistake, they cannot afford not to advertise. In this country, where everybodyrcads the news. papers, the man must have a thick skull who does not see that this is the cheapest and bestmeclium through which he can speak to the public, where be is to find his customers. Put on the appearance of business, and generally the reality will follow. The farmer plants his seed, and while he is sleeping, his corn and potatoes are growing. So with advertising. While you are sleeping, or eating, or conversing with one set of customers, your advertisement is being read by hundreds and thousands of persons who never saw you, nor heard of your business, and never would, had it not been for your advertisement in the newspapers. The business men of this country do not, as a general thing, begin to appreciate the advantages of advertising thoroughly." PERFUMERY, POMATUMS, and SOAPS ot p the most annroved kinds, on Sale at J. H. CORK'S, Bridge-street, Usk. J' T. EVANS, Boot, Shoe, and Gaiter Manufac turer> and Currier, |YI 16 and 17, CROSS STREET, ABERGAVENNY, PLFLLL T)EGS to call the attention of the mW$$ £ ) Public to the LARGE STOCK Rfili of BOOTS and SHOES of every ||jp|l description he has constantly on i|I RIFLE GAITERS made from the |P*|jf primest Cowhide, on the most pH Reasonable Terms, Suitable for |YI 16 and 17, CROSS STREET, ABERGAVENNY, PLFLLL T)EGS to call the attention of the mW$$ £ ) Public to the LARGE STOCK Rfili of BOOTS and SHOES of every ||jp|l description he has constantly on hand. i|I RIFLE GAITERS made from the |P*|jf primest Cowhide, on the most pH Reasonable Terms, Suitable for W Shooting or Walking purposes. Government Emigration for 1865. .J ¿¡. FREE AND ASSISTED PASSAGES.—Female Servants (unmarried), Farm Servants, Agricultural Laborers of all kinds, and Mechanics and Artizans, (when, re- quired,) are granted FREE and ASSISTED passages to Australia. All Candidates for Passages must send their characters, and particulars of their family (if any), age, occupation, and place of birth, to the Selecting Agents, Newport, Mon. By Order SCOTT & SON, Agents for the Selection of Emigrants. A Great Quantity for Little Money. u 120 Sheets of full-sized Note Paper 6d. 100 good Cream Laid Envelopes. 6d. PcstSvo. Pocket Accouni Book with 140ruled t 9d pages, bound in parchment, with brass clasp ) Post 8vo. Pocket Account Book with 200 ruled i „ pages, Half-bound strong pages, Half-bound strong Foolscap 8vo. oblong metallic Memorandum J Book, 212 pages, with clasp, pocket, and > 9d. pencil ) Foolseap Svo. Pocket Account Book, 174), 6d. ruled pages, Half-bound j Ditto ditto, with clasp. 5d. Pocket Book, with 144 ruled pages, pocket, ) p, flap, and elastic band £ Church Services, with gilt edges and clasp, from 2s. 6d. each. Prayer Books from 6d. each. AT J. H. CLARK'S, BOOKSELLER, USK. Barrow's Antibilious & Liver Pills. A SAFE AND FEVER FAILING REMEDY in all diseases of the Head, Chest, Bowels, Liver, Weak Digestion. Dizziness, &c. In boxes, at 7|d. and Is. 1-id. each, or post free for 8 or 14 stamps, from S. ROBINSON, Chemist, Bridge Street, Usk. Barrow's Pectoral Balsam OF BLACK CURRANT AND ANISEED, FOR the Cure of Hoarseness, Coughs, Cold, Short- ness of Breath, &c., and a most speedy relief for that troublesome complaint Asthma. Full directions accompany each bottle. Sold in 2 bottles, 7|d. and Is. l|d. each. To be had of most patent medicine vendor3, and of S. ROBINSON,: Chemist, Bridge Street, Usk. i r TROUBLESOME COUGHS CURED BY THOMAS'S EMULSION OF SYRUPS. rPHE efficacy of this Syrup in.affording prompt JL reliei to those sufferiiii; trotn Coughs, Colds, Asthma, &e., has fully established the remedy in public estimation, and, owing to its wonderful curative powers, the demand has become universal. It has a pleasant taste, and is therefore well adapted for Children in cases of Hooping Cough, Common Coughs arising from Colds, Teething, &c. Sold in bottles, at 7-M., Is. ltd., and 2s. 9L each, whole- sale by SUTTON, & Co., 10, Bow Churchyard, London; retail by the Proprietor, T. RODERICK, Chemist, Pontypool; War. SPENCER,, Chemist, Monmouth: J. H. CLARK, Bookseller, Usk; J. POPE, Chemist, Blaenavon; THOMAS J. JONES, Chemist, High Street, Newport; and most Medicine Vendors. Gr A JS/L E NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYEN, that the GAME on His Grace the Duke of Beaufort's under- mentioned Properties is STRICTLY PRESERVED, namely, in the parishes of Raglan, Llandenny, Itton, Lansoy, Llanvihangel, and Woolvesnewton, in the Woods called Wentwood, Chepstow Park, Veddw. Cefn Garrow, Gethly, the Hale, Suckpant, Ravens- nest, and Purcas, also on the Lands in the parish of Newchurch, in the occupations of Messrs. Reader, Roberts, Williams, and Nicholas, and on Lands in the occupation of Mrs. Dowle, in the parish of Chepstow. The Tenants and Woodwards are particularly re- quested to call upon all parties sporting on His Grace's Estates to produce their authority. The Cards are not transferable. OSMOND A. WYATT. Troy House, 16th August, 1865. SCHOOL BOOKS. — Guy's, Mavor's, Butter*# New London, Universal, and other Spelling Books. Arithmetics — Dictionaries — CRtechbms Histories — Copy and Cyphering Books of every description and price. Sold by J. H. CLAIm, Us-k. BRUSHES and COMBS, and other articles for the Toilet, of the best shapes and manufacture, at J. H. CLARK'S, Woodbank House, Bridge-st., Usk. CCHURCH SERVICES and PRAl'ER BOOKS, J in Plain and Elegant Bindings, in great variety, at J. H. CLARK'S, Bridge-street. Usk AS an Advertising medium lor the County of Monmouth the OBSERVER ranks second to none comprising, as it does, amongst its subscribers the Np- biiity, Gentry, Clergy, as well as a fair proportion of the Commercial and Agricultural population, and b-ing published in the very heart of tlJe Countv, it is circu- lated b .th in the MINERAL and AGPJCULTURAL Districts, and besides being much read in the towns and villages where the other County newspapers are distributed, it is disseminated in a number of rural parishes where other newspapers are never or rarely seen. rriHE FOLLOWING PERSONS JL are AGENTS for the USK OBSERVER," through whom Papers may be obtained, or Advertise- ments forwarded. Abergavenny Mr Meredith Llansey ..Mr Griffiths „ E. Morgan Llangum.Mrs Evans Davies Llandenny..Mx Wintle „ Mr Richards, Market Llanarth.Mr TV. Hunt, grooei Abersyc~/ian.Mr Martii), drug. Ltangibbt/Mis Llewellyn Baltics Mr Williams London.Messrs Mitchell & Co. Blaenavon.Mr Bees, bookseller Red Lion Court, Fleet St. Caerleon.Mrs Thomas, books. „ Mr R Jaques, 5, Chatham Cardiff.Mr Dunmore, books. Place, Blackfriars Chepstow.Ur Clark, bookseller Monmouth.Mr Rees, painter Mr Taylor, „ Ifeteport.i$Ys Bead, High Si. Mr Griffiths Mr Johns. Oommerela' Sil Croesyceilog Mrs Jenkins Newcastle.; .Mr "Weare Mr Willis, erocer Pontypool.Mr Hughes, books. Dingestow Mr Smith. Edwards, Mr Morgan Mr Richards, Mark* Qoytrey Mr Rape Pontneieyckl Mr Knapp Grosmont Mr Price Raglan..Mx Jones grocer Kingcoed Mr T Jones Shirenewton.Mr Chas. Jones Llan. Torymynydd.Mrs Lewis Tintern Abbey.Mr W Jones, Llanvetherine Mr 'Watkins Trelletk.Mrs Joacs, grocer