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USK FARMERS' CLUB. President: EDWARD LISTER, ESQ. THE ANNUAL MEETING is fixed to take place -i. at LLANCAYO FARM, near Usk, On Friday, October 27th, 1865, When the following prizes will be offered for compe- tition PLOUGHING. Por Ploughing Half-an-Acre of Land in the best and most workmanlike manner, within four hours, witb a pair of horses, without driver :— CLASS I. -C EIAMPIQ,Z PKIZE of £ 4,—Open to all Eng- land, to be competed for by Ploughmen who have gained the first prize in any year, in the three follow- ing classes. CLASS II.—CHAMPION PRIZE of £ 4.—To be competed for by a resident member of the Club, his Son or Servant. CLASS III.—To the Farmer (being a member) or his Son. First prize, £a; Second Prize, £2. CLASS IV.-To the Ploughman or servant of a mem- ber First prize, JE3 Second prize, £ 2 Third prize, Li 109. Fourth prize, jEi Fifth prize, 10s. CLASS V.—To the Son or Servant of a member, under 20 years of age: First prize, £ 1 10s.; Second prize, .El. Teams to be in the field at 8 30, when lots will be driwh, and the signal for starting will be given at Nine o'clodk. If not more than two complete, the second prize will be withheld. Flays to be used, and the Ploughing to be Six inches deep. FARMS. CLASS VI.—A Prize of 23 3s. offered by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, to the Tenant Farmer who shews the Neatest Farm, and the best Fences and Roadways, and displays the greatest economy in the management of his homestead, especially in the husbanding aad preparation of manure. Entrance fee, 2s. 6d. THATCHING, CLASS VII.—For the best Set and Thatched Ricks, done by a Son or Servant of a member of,this club, regard being had to the number of ricks: First prize, £1 Second prize, 10s.- in DGTXO-. CLASS VIII.-For Hedging Three Perches (twenty- one yards) within six hours First prize, jEl Second prize, 10s. The Hedging to commence at Eight o'clock on the horning of the Ploughing Match. The prizes will be withheld unless there are three competitors. STOCK. CLASS IX.—A prize of £ 5, offered by Reginald Herbert, Esq., for the best four-year-old Nag. by a thorough-bred horse. Open to the County of Monmouth. CLASS X.—A prize of fl Is. offered by Messrs. Ogden and Co., Halifax,Yorkshire, for the best Pen of Six Wether Tegs. Bred by the exhibitor. CLASS XL—A prize of 21 Is., offered by Mrs. Mac- farlane, tor the best Pen of 5 Breeding Ewes. CLASS XII,—A prize of L- I Is to a Cottager for the, best Pig, and which has been in his possession for three months. GREEN CRorS. CLASS XIII.—A prize of Six Guinea*, offered by Messrs. Prangley and Co., of Bristol, for the best Six Acres of Swedes, grown with any maker's manure. CLASS XIV.—A prize of £ 5, offered by Mr. Roger Morgan, of Llanellen, to the Tenant Farmer who shewi the. best Four Acres of Swedish Turnips, grown by artificial manure. CLAss XV.—A prize of E2, offered by the Western Counties' Manure Company, to the Tenant Farmer for the Ifest general Green Crop, not less than Five Acres, grown with the Western Counties' Manure Company's Manure (without dung). PRODUCE. CLASS XVI.—A prize of £ 1 If,. to the Farmer's Wife or Daughter who shall exhibit, at Two o'clock on the dav of the Ploughing Match, at the Three Salmons Hotel, the best sample of Butter, (not less than 61bs.) The exhibitor must have been in the habit of supplying the inhabitants of Usk with this article, either by attending the market Or disposing of her goods at private houses. CLASS XVII.- A prize of I-P I Is. to the Farmer's Wife or Daughter, who shall, at the same time and place as above, exhibit the best half cwt. of cheese, of her own making. CLASS XVIII.—A prize of 10s. to the X armer s Wire or Daughter, who shall exhibit the best couple of Fowls for the Table. To be bred and fed by the exhibitor. CLASS XIX.—A pr'ze of £1 Is., offered by Mr Richard Mile3, for the best sack of Wheat, to be grown by a member of the club. CLASS XX. —fA prize of £ 1 j s., offered by Mr. Richard Miles, for the best sack of Barley grown by a mem- bar of the club. Notice of Competition for the Neatest Farm, Ricks, and Greer: Crops, must be sent in to the Secretary On or before the 17th of October, and the names of xhe Ploughman who intend to compete at the Plough- it^, mutt en, and all entry Fees and Subscrip- tions paid to Secretary, on or before Friday 24th of Octobe', The Committee reserves to itself the power of with- holding any Prize where the Judges consider there net sufficient Merit. The Members and their friends will Dine together at the Three Salmons Hotel, punctually at Four Dinner and Desert, 3s. 6d. Tickets to be had at the Bar. J. H. CLARK, HoN. SEC. The Swan, Llanarth. THOMAS A.DCOCK, in taking to the above old- established house, begs to inform his friends and the inhabitants generally of Llanar th, Clytha, Llan- S'fiangle, Llangattock, Bryngwyn, Ragland, Aberga- venny, and the District, that his HOUSE WARM- ING DINNER will take place on WEDNESDAY, the '8TH: of OCTOBER, 1865, when the presence and sup- Por*t of the gentlemen of the neighbourhood will be fcste«med. Ticktts, Sa, 6d. each.—Dinner on the table at Four 0 clock, p.m. T. A. takes this opportunity of stating that it is his ^at;e mination to make the "Swan" a first-class h(luse, by keeping a supply of the best and purest ar^]es, which, combined with moderate charges and attention, he hopes will secure for him a ^beral share of public patronage and support. Preventive for the Cattle Plague, or Murrain. rpi-IOMAS J. JONES, CHEMIST, MEDICAL HALL, NHW- L POUT, begs to call the immediate attention of, all Owners of Stock to the necessity of taking the earliest possible steps to ward off any attack of the DISTEM- FER- CATTLE PLAGUE, or MURRAIN, bv the i adoption of a safe, simple, and tolerably sure PREVEN"- TIVE, similar to that in use for the last Twenty Years for Young Cattle. C JjW B 8 We^"known every Breeder of Stock^that j*jft* raTa^es self-same Murrain, Quarter Evil, or Blac^ 0 otherwise be saved. If this disease once sets in, in ||usc 'i young or old, to attempt a cure is almost hopeless. fj§| U,yr PREVENTION IS THE GRAND SECRET! This Drench and treatment can be recommended, and will meet the emergency. References of the highest respectability can be given, to Agriculturists, both in this county and Herefordshire, who are prepared to say that since they have used this Drench and Treatment they rarely ever lose a Single Head of Stock from the above Disorder whereas before its use, they were constantly losing as many as Eighteen, or Nineteen out of every Twenty Calves attempted to be reared. NO TIME SHOULD BE LOST IN GIVING IT TO FULL-GROWN CATTLE. The proper time for Drenching Calves is during the month of October or beginning November. PRICE FOR CALVES.4d. EACH DRENCH. FOR FULL-GROWN CATTLE I oci. EACH DRENCH. With full directions as to use and treatment. PREPARED ONLY BY THOMAS J. JONES, CHEMIST, MEDICAL HALL, NEWPORT. JUST IMPORTED, FIFTY BARRELS of Prime New MONTREAL LINSEED OIL CAKE, ard 24 BALES IRISH MOSS, which will be sold at Prices that will compete with any House in. Bristol or Gloucester, and no carriage to pay. Arch Farm, Llantrissent. 1 Three Miles from Usk, at the foot of Penycaemawr, Hill. JAMES GRAHAM. JUN., has been favoured with instructions from Mr. FRANCIS LANGLEY, who is eaving his Farm, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, On Thursday, 12ill October, 1865, His choice Herd of 38 Head of Cattle, 7 fat Sheep 3 Horses, 12 Pigs, Agricultural Implements, 30 Tons of Hay (to go off), 15 Tons of Clover (to go oft), 120 Bushels of capital White and 70 Bushels of Black Oats, 125 Bushels of Wheat, 120 Bushels of Barley, Peas, Potatoes, Dairy Utensils, Household Furniture, and other valuable Effects. Full particulars in Posters. Luncheon at Eleven. Sale punctually at Twelve o'clock at Noon. Dated, Monmouth, 28th September; 1885. lanty-Banno Farm, llantrissent. Three Miles from the town of Usk, at the foot of Penycaemawr Hill. TAMES GRAHAM, JUN., has been favoured with instructions from Mr. WILLIAM ROBERTS, who is leaving his Farm, to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, On Thursday, the 19th day of October, 1865, His prime Flock of 60 Sheep, lC head of Cattle, 4 Pigs, 12 Horses and Colts, Poultry. Agricultural Im- plements, Harness, ¡õO bushels ot Wheat, 300 bushels of Barley, Oats, 36 Tons of Clover, (to go off) 12 Tons of Hay, (to go off), Swedes, Potatoes. Dairy Utensils, Brewing Plant, Household Furniture, and nu- merous other Effects. Full particulars in posters. Luncheon at Eleven, and tt.e S:de to commence at Twelve o'clock at Noon. Dated, Monmouth, September 28th, 1865. Cwmynyscoy, Pontypool. JAMES GRAHAM, Jun., has been favoured with instructions frum Mr. FRANCIS DA. vis, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, the whole of his HOUSE. HOLD FURNITURE, and other valuable Effects, On Monday, October the 23rd, 1865. Sale precisely at One o'clock in the Afternoon. For Particulars see Posters. ALSO will be SOLD at Six o'clock in tha evening of the same day, at the HANBUUYARMS, PONTY MOlLE, subject to such conditions as shall he then and there produced, all those Two MESSUAGES or DWELLING HOUSES, with Garden, Piggeries, &c., situate and being near the New Inn, in the parish of Llanvihangle Pontymoile, now in the occupation of Theophilus Hicks, and — Moss also three most de- sirable pieces of BUILDING LAND, adjoining the above-mentioned Property, with a frontage to the road, respectively, of 35-L feet and 177 feet in length. This desirable property is situate within a quarter of a mile of the important Pontypool Road Station, and is in the customary freehold of the Manor of Usk. The two houses, now letting at the low rental of £ 15 12s. per annum, are in first-class repair, hav- ing been built within the last six years. For further particulars apply to Mr. Francis Davis, of Cwmynyscoy, Pontypool, or of the Auctioneer, Monmouth, Dated, October 5th, 1865. Lowlands Farm, near Pontnewydd. To FARMERS, HAULIERS, and OTHERS. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. J. PHILPOT, X On Thursday, October \2th, 1865, At the Lowlands Farm, near Pontnewydd, the un- dermentioned FARMING IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY and BREWING UTENSILS, and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, the property of Mr. John Williams, who is giving up the Farm. Comprising 2 capital broad-wheel wagons, I narrow- wheel ditto, 1 broad-wheel cart, I iron plough, 1 wood ditto, 1 roller, 2 pair of harrows (nearly new), 1 set of long harness, 1 set of short harness, 1 set of G.O. harness, seedlip, pikes, rakes, haul rake, 2 hay knives, pit. saw, wagon rope, I long ladder, shovels, manger, and dairy and brewing utensils, Also, a part of the household furniture. The Sale to commence at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. JJLES' EATING HOUSE, TEA, COFFEE, & REFRESHMENT ROOKS. 21 Flwnel Street, Abergavenny, ABERGAVENNY. S-. & E. TEOXTER, ARE now delivering, free by rail or road to a reasonable distance, their GENUINE MALT LI Q U 0 R S, In fine, condition, at the following Prices:— BITTER BEER 50s. 25s. 12s. 6d. BURTON (STRONG) 50s. 25s. 12s. 6d. XXX MILD ALE.428. 2ls. 10s. 6d. XX „ „ 36s. 18s. 9s. Od. STOUT .t2s. 2ts. 10s. 6d: THE BRE WER F, AliEUGA VEXS F. • February, 1865. a IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES.—Jloaey lent JL in sums. of not less than. £ 100, on Personal Security, at a fair rate of interes/j.- Also a large amount ready to be advanced on Freehold Securities, for a term of years, at from 4 to 5 per cent. interest; charges 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 ana Estate Agent, Old Masonic Hall, Newport, Mon. MONEY TO LEN D.-To TRADES- lUL MEN, FARMERS, & OTHERS.—MONEY immediately advanced on good personal security, or Leasehold, Copyhold, and Freehold Property, from £ 50 to JE.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 contain 4 stamps for reply. The Champion Liver & Stomach PILLS- rrEESE PILLS are compounded from the i- recipe of one of the most eminent physicians of tbe present day (who, from purely philanthropic motives— knowing their excellent properties by ex periedee 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 the stomach. and derangements of the liver, ever prepared. It is a well-known fact that most of the diseases incident 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 tbe constitution, cleanse the blood of ell 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. Sold in Boxes (with directions for use) ls.lid. and 7fd, each. iy v (A Saving by taking the Large Size). Sold Wholesale by Messrs. BAKCLAY & SON, LONDON, and Retail by all Medicine Vendors. N.B.—To meet the convenience of persons at a distances J• N• OLARK, Usk, will forward « box, Free by Post, for fourteen postage stamps. Pentwyn Farm, Mamhilad. Sale of FARMING- STOCK, HAY, CLOVER, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, [HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, &c. J PHILPOT begs to announce that he has re- • ceived instructions to offer for SALE by AUC- TION, On Thursday, the 19 'h of October, 1865, The following FARMING STOCK, HAY, C LOVER AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, HOUSE^ HOLD FURNITURE, &c., on the premises of Mr. John Jenkins, Pentwyn Farm, Mamhilad, about midway between Pontypool and Usk. Comprising 5 capital milch cows, 4 yearling steers, 1 ditto heifer, 2 steer calves, 3 heifer ditto, 2 horses, I yearling colt, ] sucking ditto, 3 pigs, 2 ricks well- harvested hay (about 23 tons), 1 rick clover (about 5 tons), 1 narrow-wheel wagon, cart, iron plough, wood ditto,' 2 chaff machines, wheelbarrow, grindstone, 1 set long harness, 1 set short ditto, 2 wagon ropes, &e.; about 2 acres of swedes and turnips, and 35 acres of grass, until the 2nd of February next. Also, part of the Household Furniture and Dairy Utensils. Refreshments will be provided at Eleven o'clock, and Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock. Pontypool, 2nd October, 1865. Registration of Voters. COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that THOMAS ANTHONY LISTER, Esquire, Barrister-at- Law, having been duly appointed to Revise the List of Voters in the Election of Knights of the Shire for the County of Monmouth, will make a Circuit of the said County, and hold Courts for that purpose, at the places and times, and for the several Parishes, Townships, and Places undermentioned, that is to say, at— CHEPSTOW, At the Beaufort Arms Hotel, on THURSDAY, the Nineteenth day of October next, at a quarter-past Two o'clock in the Afternoon, for— Caerwent and Crick Mounton Chapel Hill Newchurch East Chepstow and Hardwick Penterry Dinham PorUkewitt Howick Saint Arvans and Hamlet Itton of Portcasseg Shirenewton Saint Arvans Grange Killgwrrwg Saint Kingsmark Llanvair Discoe4 St. Pierre and liunetone Mathern NEWPORT, At the Town Hall, on FRIDAY, the Twentieth day of October next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, for— Bettws Nash Caerleon Borough of Newport Ohristchurch Risca Hen His Rogerstone Malpas Saint Woollos MAG OR, At the Wheat Sheaf Inn, on SATURDAY, the Twenty-first day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. for- Bishton Llanvihangel Roggiett Cnldicoc Mngor Goldcliff Penhow Hton Redwick Llangstone and Llanbedar Roggiutt Elanmartin & Liandevaud Saint Brides Netberwent Llanvv.srn Undy Landavenny Wilcrick Llanvaches Whitson CASTLETOWN, At the Coach and Horses Inn, on SATURDAY, the Twenty-first day of October ltext. at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, for- Coedkernew. Michaelstons-j-vedw > Dufffyn Peterstone Gmig Rumney -Maehen Upper St. Brides Machen: Lower St. Mellons Marshfield ;1. i NEWBRIDGE, At the Newbridge Inn, on MONDAY, the Twenty- third, day of October, next, at half-past Twelve o'clock in the Afternoon, for— Aberystruth Mynyddrnaen Bed was Upper & Lower Pentnaen Llanhilleth Including Hamlets of Monjtausloyne Ciawrplwyff Llanhilleth InctudingHamtetaof Monjtausloyne Ciawrplwyff CROES-Y-CEILOG, At the Upper Cock Inn, on TUESDAY, the Twenty- fourth day of October next, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, for- Llangattock-Juxta Caerleon Llanvrechva Upper Llanthewy Vach Llanvrechva Lower Llanvihangel-Llantarnam PONTYPOOL, At the Crown Inn, on TUESDAY, the Twenty- fourth day of October next, at half-past Two o'clock in the afternoon, for— Llanvihangel j Pontvmoiie | Panteague Mamhilad I Trevethia USK, At the Town Hall, on WEDNESDAY, the Twenty- fifth day of October next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, for- Bettws Newydd Llangwm-Isha Glascoed Llangwm-Ucha Goytrey .«■ Llanhennock Gwehelog Llanllowell Gwernesuey Llantrissent Kemeys Commander Monkswood Kemeys Inferior Newchurch West Llanbaddock Tredunnock Llandegveth Trostrey Llangeview Usk Llangibby Wolvesnewton RAGLAN, At the Beaufort Arms Inn, on WEDNESDAY, the Twenty-filth day of October next, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, for- Bryngwyn Llansaintfraed Clytha Penrose Llangoven Pen-y-clawdd Llandenny Raglan Llansoy Tregaro Llanarth MONMOUTH, At the Shire Hall, on THURSDAY, the Twenty- sixth day of October next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, for— Dingestow and Hamlet ot Monmouth Treworgan Penalt Dixton Ruckfield Llangattock-Vibon-avel Saint Maughans Mitchel Troy Wonastow TRELLECK, At the Crown Inn, on THURSDAY, the Twenty- sixth day of October next, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, for- Cwmcarvau I Tintern Parva Llandogo Trelleck Grange Llanishen Trelleck Parish Llanvihangel Torymynydd I Trelleck Town TREDEGAR, I At the Tredegar Arms Inn, on FRIDAY, the Twen- ty-seventh day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, for— Bedwelty, including the Uchlawrcoed and ManmOel Hamlets of Ishlawrcoed [ N ABERGAVENNY, At the Cwmrygydion Hall, on FRIDAY, the Twen- ty-seventh day of October next, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, for- Abergavenny, including the Llanvapley Hamlets of Hardwick and Llanvair Kilgedin Lloyndee Llanvihangel.nigh- Usk Bwlch Trewyn Llanwenarth-Citra Cwmyoy Upper Llanwenarth-Ultra Cwmyoy Lower Llantillio Pertholey (Citra Llanellen and Ultra) Llanfoist Llanthewy Skirrid Llangattoek-nigh-Usk Llanvihangel Crucorney Llanover Upper including the Hamlet of Llanover Lower Peubiddle Llanthewy Rytherch Oldcastle CROSS ASH, At the New Inn, on SATURDAY, the Twerfy- eighth day of October next, at a quarter-past One o'clock in the Afternoon, for— Grosmont I Llantillio Crosseny Llangattock Lingoed Llanvihangel-yestern- Llangua lewern Llanvetherine Skenfrith And for all other Parishe^ Towns-hips, and Plates in the said County, if any, omitted in the above Notice. Memorandum.—It is requested that those Over- seers who have not already sent their Lists to the Clerk of the Peace, will IMMEDIATELY send them together with Lists of Persons objected to and of new Claims. The Punctual Attendance of Overseers at the time fixed is required. All Overseers are required to bring with them to Z, the Revising Barrister's Court, the several Notices of Claims of Voters, and all Notices of Objections to Voters sent or delivered to them and all bills, re- ceipts, and vouchers for expenses incurred by them must be produced to the Revising Barrister. N. B. — Wilful neglect of duty in any parti- cular required or set forth in the Act of 6 Victoria, cap 18, will subject an Overseer to a Fine not ex- ceeding Five Pounds, nor less than Twenty Shillings. CHARLES PROTHERO, Clerk of the Peace. Newport, September 29th, 1865. A Night with Shakespeare. THE Eminent Tragedian, Mr. G. V. BROOKE, (of Drury Lane Theatre, London), now visiting the Welsh scenery, has been induced to give one of his' CLASSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS, at the TOWN- HALL, USK, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 186.5, on which occasion he will be assisted by the popular Elocu- tionist and favourite Reader, Mrs. J. P. CHAD WICE. Price of Admission Reserved Seats, 2s. 6d. Second ditto, Is. Third ditto, 6d. Doors open at 7.30. To commence at 8.0 precisely. Tickets for Reserved Seats to be obtained at Mr. J. H. Clark's, Post-Office, Bridge Street, Usk. Carriages may be in attendance at Half-past Ten. Notice of Removal. WATERS & SON, Tailors, Usk,'whilst returning thanks for the liberal support they have hither- to experienced, beg to inform their patrons and the public .generally, that they have REMOVED to more convenient premises situated in Bridge Street, and they trust that thtj increased advantages this change will give them for carrying on their business, will ensure for them the support it will always be their aim to deserve. W. & SON would also-take this opportunity of in- viting an inspection of their WINTER STOCK, which is replete with a" choice variety of New Pat. terns Bridge Street, Usk, Oct. 5, 1865. Cattle Murrain. TNSURANCES are GRANTED AGAINST CAT- 1 TLE PLAGUE, or MURRAIN, as well as PLEURO-PNEUMONIA and ordinary Diseases and Casu- alities. Where the Disease has not appeared in the coun- ) ,T ty, nor within 15 miles of the Stock proposed f Noextrapraill- If in the county, or within 15 and not less than ( 2d. in the £ 10 miles of the Stock proposed ) extra. If within 10 and not less than 5 miles, 4d. Special rates will be fixed for other cases, but in. the event of the Disease appearing in the immediate neighbourhood no proposal would be accepted. FARMERS SHOULD INsURE IMMEDIATELY, otherwise they incur the risk of heavy loss at a time when they would not be able to secure the protection of Insurance. In case ot death from Cattle Plague or Murrain, 10 per cent. on the value will be deducted from the sum payable. Insurances effected by SCOTT & SON, Insurance Agents, Dock Street, Newport, MOD. Public Apology. [COPY]. I HEREBY acknowledge that I did, on Saturday last, when in an excited state, call Mrs. Upham a thief, without, the slightest foundation for the same and in consideration of her withdrawing legal proceedings against me, I hereby beg her pardon, and undertake to pay all expenses. Her MARIA X HERITAGE. Sebastopol, Sept. 27, 1865. Mark Witness F.W. DAWSON, Clerk to Messrs. Greenway and Bytheway, Solicitors, Pontypool. a T. EVANS, f||? Boot, Shoe, and Gaiter 31anu ae JfsfiL vf turer, and Currier, 16 and 17, CROSS STREET, ABERGAVENNY, BBS? p||r DEGS to call the attention of the 13 Public to the LARGE STOCK of BOOTS and SHOES of every mm description he has constantly on hånd. HP'JIJIJL RIFLJC GAITERS made from tha JraiHill primest Cowhide, on the most Reasonable Terms, Suitable fer Shooting or Walking purposes. Barrow's Autibilious & Liver Pills. A SAFE AND NEVER FAILING REMEDY in all diseases of the Head, Chest, Bowels, Liver, Weak Digestion, Dizziness, &c. In boxes, at nd. and Is. l £ d. each, or post free for 8 or H 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, &e., and a most speedy relief for that troublesome complaint Asthma. Full directions accompany each bottle. Sold iff. bottles, 7sd. and Is. 1-jd. each. To be had of 11104 patent medicine vendors, and of S. ROBINSON\ Chemist, Bridge Street, Usk,