CARDIFF POST-OFFICE REGULATIONS At the Head Office, St. Mary-street. Letters for* warded, DESPATCHES. Box closes. With extra Despatched 1 Id. stamp. at j if posted bj London Up Mail 7 15 p.m. 8 5 p.m. 8 20 p.m. North Up Mail 1 45 p.m lo p.m. 2 30 p.m. 1st West Down Mail to Milford 10 0 p.m. 10 30 p.m. 3 30 a.m. 2nd ditto to Carmarthen 8 0 a.m. S 20 a.m. 8 30 a.m. Mail td,Merthyr, Ponty- pridd and Aberdare to 0 p.m. 10 30 p.m. 4 15 am Rural Posts to Caerphilly Llandaff, Canton, St. Fagans, Sully, Pen- tyrch, Stc., Sec [0 0 P, 10 30 p.tn. 7 0 a.m J Keady for 'Delivery by Delivery Letter Car- ARRIVALS. Due. fromPri- riers vate Boxes, commence at at London Down Mail 4 10 a.m. 7 0 a.m.! 0 a.m North Down Maii. 9 0 a.m. 10 0 am. I Uncertain. 1st West Up Mail from Carmarthen 3 0 p.m. 3 30 p.m.i 4 0 p.m. Sad ditto from Milford 9 0 p.m. 930 p to. at 7 0 Mail from Merthyr, Pont- i. I I the fot- yphdd,andAberdare.. 8 8 p.m. | 9 0 p.m.! | lowing Rural Posts from Caer- } morning philly, Llandaff, Can- j after ton, St. Fagans, Sully, I their Pentyreh, &c., XC. 7 0 p.m.! 9 G p.to.lj arrival. Pentyreh, &c., XC. 7 0 p.m.! 9 G p.to.lj arrival. Money Orders are isSued and paid from a-ra. to i.30 p.m., and from 2.30 U, C p.m.. Letters to be Registered must be given in at the Winded at least balf-an-hour before the time of closing the iios lor any of the above Mails. < Head Post-Office, Cardiff, July, 1854. T AF F V A L E R A I L W A Y. UP TRA.INS.-it,eek Days.- J Sundays. 12 3 r~nn STATIONS. ———————————————-——— a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. CardifT Docks 9 0 2 30| 6 15 8 45 3 45 Cardiff 9 15! 2 45 6 30 9 0, 4 0 Llandaff 9 24 2 531 6 39 9 9 4 9 Pentyrch 9 31 3 l! 6 47 9 J7 4 17 Taff's Well 9 37 3 7 6 53 9 23 4 23 Treforest I 9 48 i 3 18 7 6 9 36 4 36 Newbridge 9 53 8 23 711 9 41 4 41 Aberdare Junction 10 4 3 34 7 23 9 53 4 53 Incline Top 10 14 3 44 7 33 10 3 5 3 Trodyrhiew. 10 29; 3 59 7 49 10 19 5 19 Dowlais Junction 10 37i 4 7! 7 57 Mertbyr 10 40) 4 10! 6 0 10 30 i SQ -1-1- ABERDARE BRANCH. i Aberdare Junction 1010 3 40 7 30 10 Oi 5 0 Mountain Ash 10 26 3 56, 7 46 10 16 5 16 Aberamau 10 351 4 5 7 55 10 25 5 25 Treaman 10 40 4 10 8 0 10 30 5 30 Aberdare 10 45 4 15 8 5. 10 35 5 35 DOWLAIS BRANCH. Dowlais Junction 10 38 4 8 7 58 Dowlais 10 50j 4 20 8 10 f DOWN TRAINS.—Week Days. Sunday*. 1 2 3 1 2 STATIONS. —— a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Mertbyr 8 15 12 45 6 30 9 01 4 ft Dowlais Junction 8 18 12 48 6 33 Troedyrhiew 8 26 12 56 6 41 9 11 4 11 Incline Top 8 41 111 6 57 9 27 4 2? Aberdare Junction 8 51 1 21 7 7 9 37 4 37 Newbridge 9 1 1 32 7 19 9 49 4 49 Treforest 9 6 1 37 7 24 9 54 4 54 Taff's Well 9 17 1 49 7 37 10 7 5 7 Pentyrch. 9 23 1 54 7 43 10 13 5 13 Llandaff 9 30 2 2 7 50 10 20 5 20 Cardiff 9 40 2 10 8 0 10 30 5 30 Cardiff Docks 9 50 2 20 8 10 10 40 5 ABERDARE BRANCH. | Aberdare 8 15 12 45; 6 30 9 0 4 Treaman 8 20 12 50 6 35 9 5 4 & Aberaman 8 25 12 55 6 40 9 10 4 10 Mountain Ash 8 34 1 4; 6 49 9 19 4 19 Aberdare Junction 850 120 7 5 9 35 4 35 DOWLAIS BRANCH. Dowlais 8 5 12 35 6 20 Dowlais Junction 8 17 12 47 6 32 J) SOUTH WALES RAILWA,v> TIMB TABLE, on and after 1st APRTL) 1855. UP TRAINS.—JPesl D t$i. S**4<iy*. 00 WW T R A.IN S. —» e«\ Dov»- 9u*iayi. •TARtino from 1,2,3.1 & 2 1,8,3, Exp?. 1,2,3 1,2,3 Vlsll 1,2,3 1,2,3 Mail 1,2,3 stirtivo 1,2,3 !l & 21, 2,3jEsps. 1 & 2 Eip» lie 2 1,2,3 1 2,3j 1 i2l &2 a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. raoji a.m.! a.m | a.m. a.m. n. in. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Havarfjrdwest | g 21) 1 2) 4 32 9 0 4 32 Paddiugton 16 0 6 50 9 40 12 50 4 50 8 10 2 0 8 10 Caimarthea 6 45 10 41) 2 55 5 52 10 35 5 52 *5 0 | j | p.m. 1,2,3. 1,2,3 Mail KM well j 7 12U oj 3 22 6 17 11 2 6 17 6 271 Gloucester. 6 4'>lo 20 3 0 12 38 5 4-> 8 2) 2 15 6 40 2 15 Llanelly.. 7 3(Jln 21, j .3 46 6 37 Ill 20 6 37 6 51 Chepstow 7 48 11 321 4 18 I 22 1 0 9 20 3 12 7 55 3 12 Swamea dep. 70 8 5 11 40 12 45 4 15 7 12 8 30 1 15 7 12 7 35 Mapfor j 8 3 U 52| 4 41 7 201 — 8 15 '.LanJore 8 19 11 50 12 52 4 25 8 35 1 23 7 43, Newport j 8 18 12 13 5 2 1 45 7 40 9 4"> 3 4) 7 38 4 35 8 33 3 40 L.'ansamlet. 7 15 j 1 0 4 37i 8 45 I 27 7 60 i M.»rshfield 8 28 12 24 5 17 7 48 4 44 8 43 N«h'th dep. 1 25 8 42 12 71 1 10 4 47 7 30 9 0 1 35 7 30 8 0 CanlilF 1 8 42 12 35 5 32 2 6 8 5 4 4 8 3 4 59 8 58 4 4 Briton Ferry. 8 5() | 1 17 4 55! 9 8 1 42 8 71 Ely, for Uu.lalF I 8 48:12 42 5 40 8 9 5 4j 9 4 Port Xalbot 7 4.) 9 2 12 18 1 25 5 3 7 42 <J 16 1 49 7 42 8 15 St. Pagans. 8 51112 521 5 47 8 14 5 9; 9 9 Pyle 7 56 I 40 5 18 9 3ll 2 2 8 30 Llantrisjant 9 12, 1 3, 6 4 8 31 4 27 8 32 5 17j 9 27 4 27 Brilgenuf 8 15 9 32 12 40 1 55 5 31 8 7 9 44, 2 17 8 7 8 43 Poncoed j 9 27} 1 14 0 18 8 44 5 29 9 39 Pencaed 9 41 2 5 5 47 10 0, 2 24 8 52 Bridgend 9 35: 1 23j 6 291 2 35 8 53 4 46 8 54 5 39; 9 49 4 46 LlaHrissent 8 36 9 51 2 20 6 3 8 25 10 16 3 39 8 25 9 15 Pyle 9 51 1 33 6 43 — 9 9 6 4 10 4 St. Faj?an» 10 12 2 35! 6 18 10 31 2 54 9 30 Port Talbot 10 4 I 5I| 6 59 2 55 9 20 5 12 9 23 6 1910 18 5 12 Ely, for Llandatf. 8 51 2 40: 6 23 10 36 2 53 8 35 Briton Ferry 10 14 2 1|7 9 — 9 31 6 28:10 27 Cardiff 9 3 10 23 I 9 2 45 6 29 8 43 10 42 8 3 8 48 9 41 Neath dep. 10 25, 2 8 7 22 3 7 9 38 5 25 9 50 fi 45|10 35 5 50 Marthfleld | 9 19 10 53 2 57 6 41 10 37 3 H 9 56 Llanaamlet 10 39( 2 20 7 33 — 10 0 6 55; 10 49 — Newport I 9 40 7 #2| 1 30 3 121 8 58 9 15 11 11 3 26 9 15 10 10 Landore 10 57; 2 35f 7 44 3 30 10 10 7 10 11 0 — Major I 8 8 It 12 3 29 7 14 U 27 3 39 Swansea dep. 10 47 2 40 7 34, 3 20 10 0 5 55 10 20 7 45 11 5 5 55 Chapstow 10 15 8 31111 32 1 53 3 55 7 3i 9 45 11 51 4 10 9 45 Llanelly U 40 8 29 4 0 • • # 85 10 55 8 22 6 25 QHujaater text I 1 2 Miiljl & 2 1& 2 8 50 11 40 1 25 5 85 11 40 Kidwelly 12 5 8 54 4 18 6 45 11 17 8 44 8 45 I II 38 9 45 12 55 2 37 5 30 a.m. 1 & 2 Carmarthen 12 4i 9 21 4 45 7 15 11 42 9 9 7 15 Paddinfton 4 0 2 85' 9 5 6 0 10 15 4 50| 10 0 4 50 [ HwarfordweU 2 321 6 41 8 30 .110 34 8 30 I VALE OF NEATH RAILWAY. DOWN TRAINS. Week Days. Sundays enfe 1,2,& l,2,& 1,2, & 1,2, & 1,2,& 3 cl. 3 cl. 3 cl. 3 cl. 3d. A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Mertbyr dep. 90 1 45 6U 8 30 531 Abernant, for Aberdare 9 12 1 57 6 12 8 42 5 42 Llwydcoed 9 17 2 2 6 17 8 47 S 47 Hirwain arr. 9 23 2 8 6 23 8 53 5 53 Aberdare dep. 95 1 50 65 835 535 Hirwain .arr. 9 18 2 3 6 18 8 48 5 48 Hirwain 9 26 2 10 6 25 8 5s 5 55 Glvn-Neath 9 46 2 29 6 44 9 14 6 14 Resolveu 9 56 2 38 6 53 9 23 6 2S Aberdylais 10 10 2 JO 7 5 9 35 6 35 Neath >0 15 2 55 7 10 9 40 j 0 40 UP TRAINS Week Days. Sundays only .,2, &il,2;&!1 & 2, 1,2, &T.2,* 3 cl. 3 cl. 3 el. 3 cl. 3 cl. A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. P M. Neath 850 130 745 9 0 815 Aberdylais 8 57 135 7 50 95 820 Resolveu 9 7 1 45 8 0 9 15 830 Glyn-Neath 917 153 8 8 9 23 8 38 Hirwain arr 9 37 2 13 8 28 9 43 8 5ft Hirwain dep. 9 43 2 20 8 35 9 50 ¡ 9 5 Aberdare .arr. 9 55 i 2 30 8 45 10 0 9 15 Hirwain dep. 9 40 2 16 8 31 9 46 9 1 Llwydcoed 9 47 2 23 8 38 9 53 9 » Abernant, for ABERDARE 57 2 33 8 4$10 3 9 18 Mertbyr 10 10 2 45 9 O 10 15 9 80 NEWPORT AND HEREFORD RAILWAY. DOWN TRAINS. Sundays. Startiug from 1.2,3172,3 1,2. i 1,2. vl.2,3. 1,2,3.|1,2,» a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. P.M. Newport 7 20 11 10 2 10 5 45 8 30| 5 O Pontaewydld. 7 32 11 22 — 5 55 8 40 51ft Poutypool Road 7 43 11 30 2 30 6 5 8 501 5 2Q Littte Mill 7 51 11 41; — 6 16 9 1 5 38 Nantyderry 7 59 11 49 — 6 24 9 91 5 30 Peopergwm 8 8 11 581 — 6 33 9 IS 5 40 Abergavenny 8 18 12 8 2 52 6 4't 9 28 5 SO Hereford o. 9 30 l lo; 3 40 7 4510 3u 7 9 Leominster 10 15 48 7 35 Xiudlow 10 48 4 35 8 0 Churetk Stre 0 11 32 57 8 30 Shrewsbury.arr. 12 10 5 40 9 10 UP I' K AIN. Sundays. Starting from |l,2,3.jl,2,3.( I, 2. 1,2,3. 1, 2. 1,2,3.j 1,2,3. a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Shrewsbury 5 0 8 3^ 12 30| 4 20 7 50 6 0( — Church Stretton. 5 50 9 9 1 -'5 0 8 30 6 39 — Ludlow 6 38 9 51 1 34, 5 39 9 11 7 21: — Leominster 7 17 10 20 2 0 6 9 9 45 7 54 —• Hereford 8 0 11 5 2 40 6 50 10 20 8 40 6 39 Abergavenny 9 10,12 10 3 38 7 55 9 45', 7 35 Peopetgwm 9 21,12 18 3 46 8 5 9 55 7 4* Nantyderry 9 29 12 22 3 55 8 12 10 2|, 7*2 Little Mill 9 38 12 30 4 6 8 20 10 W*-» • Pontypool Road. 9 48 12 40 4 15j 8 30j »0 2^: £ Pontnewydd 10 012 50 4 201 8 40l 10 30> 8 2» Newport 10 15, 1 01 4 351 8 501 10 45 8 3Q l
¡ BRISTOL GENERAL STEAM navigation a csotttpanp* OFFICE, QUAY, BRISTOL. THE following or other suitable STEAM VESSELS, JL unless preTeiited by any unforeseen occurrence, are intended to Sail from CUMBERLAND RASIN, BIHSTOL (except the "Dart" for Newport, and "Swift" for Cardiff, which will start from Bnthurnt Basin), and as undermentioned, with or without Pilots, and with liberty to Tow Vessels, during MAY, 1855. CARDIFF and BRISTOL.—"Swift," and" Star," or Usk." From Bute Docks. Cardiff. From Ba,hunt Basin, Brhtol Saturday, 12$»|ter | Saturday, May 26. i4 alter Monday, •• letter I Munda)", :i8. 31 after Tuesday, :!9. -J "fter Tuesday, 29. *4 moru Wednesd., 3U. *3 £ morn Wednesd., 30. 44 after Thursday 31. *4 morn Thursday, 31. 5± after To and Fru from Cardiff. 30th & 31st, with Swift' & Usk.' Ho. Bristol, 2'Jth, with Swill* and 4 Usk.' FARBS :—After Cabin, 3s. Fore Cabin, Is. 6d. To and Fro same day (provided a To and Fro Ticket be taken), After Cabin, 4, Fore Cabin, 2s. NEWPORT.—"Dart," Captain Ja9. Parfitt. From Newport. From Bristol. Tuesday, May 29. 24 after } Monday, May 28. 34 after Wednesd. 30. 3! after Wudtiesd., 30. 5 morn Thursday, N 31. 4 after) Thursday, 3t. 54 morn Fare. :-After Cabin, 3s.; Fere Cabin, 18. 6d. CARMARTHEN. —" Star." From Bristol. From Carmarthen* Calling at Tenby. Calling at Teno). Friday, May 4.. 7 morn Tue,day,1\I&, 7. 74 morn Friday, 11. 3 after Tuesday, 15. 4 murn Friday, 18. 7 morn Tuesday, 22. 8 morn Friday, 25.. 12 noon Tuesday, 29. 3 after Fares:—Same as Tenby. TENBY. — ••Juno" and "Star." Prom Bristol. From Tenby. Friday, May 4. 7 mom I Tuesday, May 1. 7 morn Tuesday 8.. 91 moral Monday, 7. 104 morn Friday, 11. after j Friday, 11.. 6^ morn Tuesday, 15. 6 morn (Tuesday, 15. 7 morn Friday, 18.. 1 morn I Thursday, 17. 11 mom Wednesd., 2;$. 10 morn Tuesday, 22. 11 morn Frlday, 25. I., noon Friday, 25. 5 morn WedDe8(I., .30. 41 after Tuesday, 29. 6 after Fare*:—Cabin, 121.; Children under 12 yeari, 6s. 6d.; Ser- vants in the Cabin, 8s. (including Steward's Fees); Deck, 6s.; Children under 12 years, 31.; Carriage, 4:l8.; Pair-Horse Phaeton.3to.6d.; Small one-horse do., *5s.; Gig, 20s.; Horse 208. Dug, 3s. MILFORD, PATER, & HAVERFORDWEST.—M Juno." From Bristol, I From Haverfordwest, Tuesday, May 8. morn Calling at Pater & Milford. Tuesdav 15„. 6 niofti Thursday, Maj Id.. ll £ morn Wedn<*&> 23.. 1" tnorn Thur»a»y, u.tm .5 mown "Wednesd 30. 10 morn Thursday, 24. U mom "Wednesd 30. 10 morn Thursday, 24. 11 mom Fares: —Same as Tenby. DUBLIN.—••Rose," Captain Burgess. From Bristol, Fridaya; from Dublin, Tuesdays. The whole of the above Vessels are fitted up for the con- veyance of passengers and goods.— hemale Steward* on Board.—Carriages and Horses shipped with tare, and should be alongside two hours before sailing. Particulars may be obtained by applying at the Bristol Genets! Steam Navigation Co.'s Office, Quay, Bristol, where all Goods, Packages, Parcels, Stc., should be addressed.—Bills and other information supplied by Mr. J. Jones, Kownham Wharf, H«twells. in London-Spread Eagle, Regent Circus, Picudilly, and Grscechurch-street, City H. Underwood, 56, Haymarttet. AGENTS.—Mr. Joseph Morgan. TeLby; Mr. John lieel, Haverfordwest; Mr. Palmer. Milford; Mr. James, Pater t Mr. W. H. HAIIVKY, Cardiff; Mr. Martin. llfracombe; Mr. Robert Stacey, Carmarthen and Mr. U. Jones, Newport. NOTICE.—The proprietors of the above Steam Packets will not be accountable for any Cabin Passenger'* Luggage (if lost or damaged), above the value of £2; nor for any Deck Passenger's I, uggage (if lost or damaged), above the value of 20s., uuless la each case entered as auch. and freight in proportion paid for the same at the time of detivery nor will they be answerable for any other parcel above the value of tUs. (if lost or damaged) uuless entered as such, and freight in pruportiou paid far the same at the time of delivery. Not accountable tor auy Goods without Shipping Notes. Allletlerll seeking information to be post paid. What is inifrm from your sound parts shall fly- Health shall live free and sickness freely die."—Shakspeare UNDER THE A, W AND PATROSAOE OF THE WfcfigEjgjpfiR THE PRINCIPAL QUEEN sSPtSHNK NOBILITY. The only real Cure without Inward Medicine is -pOPER'S ROYAL BATH PLASTERS f" for Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness, indigestion, Palpi- tation of tha Heart, Croup, Hooping Cough, Inauenia, Chronic Strains, Bruises, Lumbago or Pain. iQ the Back, Spinal and Uhellmatic, A Ifectionl, Diseases of tbe Chest and Local Pains. MORE WONDERFUL CORES, PROM MUIY THoUSANDI oF < OTHERS: — Severe attack of Rheumatic Pains Cured. Dear Sits,—Having suffered many years from aevere at- tacks of Kbeumaiic paius, I feel great pleasure in telling you that I have derived great benefit from your iuvaluable Plas- ter 1 shall moat certainly recommend it to all my friends, all medical aid being of U" ,,8e whatever. You are at leave to publish this in any way you may think p,ope.I am, dear Sirs,your, truly, K. MAYOR, M.A. Leamington, Aug. 12tb, 1S54. Can ickgtaM. Longford. Ireland, July 2nd. 1854. Gentlemen.—Herewith 1 send YOII sisteen Postage Stamps for another of yonr very valuable Koper s Pluterl. I be one «"«"» «" 1s-Ye*7 CANLEN. Hooping Cough Cured Sits l have used your Itover's Plasters for myself and childreu tor several months with decided bauebt for Hooping- cough; three of my children being comparatively wett aince their application.—I am, Sirs, yours rcspectfally, T. MAIDEN. Ash Cottage,Stalitfteld, near Faveraham, Kent. (CooMuuaicated by Mr. J. C. Reiuhardt, Chemist, Hull.) Spioatley, uear Hull, 0ct.3rd, 1853. Sirs,—Having found great benefit from lloper's lioyal Bath Plaster* aad Pills, 1 with to make my case known for the advantage of those who suffer, a* ( have done for a long time. 1 have been afflicted with spasmodic paiu. in tbe chest, and palpitation of the heart, arisiug fiorn indi- gestion and liver complaint. 1 was under medical treatmeni lor many mouth* without feeling any better, at last 1 tried one of Uoper's Plasters and a box of Pills, which gave mt relief iu a few days, from which time my health has un. proved, and 1 am now quite well ~• I reinaiu, with thant., yours respectfully, ELIZABETH THOMPSON. Haydou Vicarage, Sleaford, April 27th, 1^1. Sirs,—The effect of Hoper's Plaster* 1 bad short time since from you has been .0 marvellous a.oo, my poor parithionert that 1 will thank YOII to send poe au lb. caae .ooo a* eonvcnient-Your Unprincipled Shopkeepers, for the sake of gain, Lave vended spuriou* Imitations. Purchase™ »'• 1 h*'or* cautioned to NOTICE I—The words, ttOPta S ItoYAl BATH PLASTER," engrased 00 the Government Stamp aud the Pro- FfthV-? PREPARED ONLY BY ROBT. ROPER AND SONS CHEMISTS, SHEFFIELD, On Medico-Chemical Principles, from British Herbs and the Gums and Balsams of the Eastern Clime, where u The trees drop balsam, and on all the boughs Health sits and makes, it sovereign as it 80ws," Full-sited Plasters, Ia. l £ d.; and for Children,9 £ d. each or direct by post, on receipt of Is. 4d. or tt. each, in postage stamps.—For Family use, and Charity purposes, &c.,—in Tin Cases, at 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., 33a. each case. Sold by Mr. Griffith Phillips and Mr. W. L. Evans, Cardiff and most Patent Medicine Vendors in the United Kingdom BEWARE OF 1 CITATIONS !—Be particular to ask for ROPKK'S PLASTERS. Special local agents for the sale of this valuable Cough Medicine are named betow but should any difficulty arise in procuring it, the h. liJ. buses are sent free by post on the receipt of 16 stamps, and the 2s. 9d. boies (which con- tain three times tbe quantity) on receipt ot 40 stamps, addressed Woolley, Chemist, Maidstone. PATRONIZED hi THE FACULTY. WOOLLEY'S PECTORAL CANDY fror the Instant relief and speedy cure of ASTHMA; COUGHS; COLDS; And aU Pulmonic affections, has received the stamp of public approbation. THE triumphs of this remarkable Cough Lozenge, JL in cases of Asthma, Hoarlleneill. Loss of Voice, and Tigtuness of the Chest, become constantly more and more astonishing. Common cough, when no physical disorganisa- tion edslI. and sore throat, immediately yields to itt healiug influence. It strengthens the lungs to resist tbe ellect oi luddeu changes in the air, and it healthily braces aud invi- gorates tbe chest. Norewedy can be resorted to that affords such real ease and comfort to tbe chest, which so unrloga the lungs or so pleasantly clears the voice, as WOOLLEY'S PECTORAL CANUY. For aged persons it is invaluable and none, whose lungs are in the least susceptible of cold ought to be without it. Although powerful to conquer disease and exerting a decidedly purtfyiug influeuce on the blood these locengea disagree not with a delicate constitution on the contrary, their influeuce is proved by a very targe experi- ence to be uniformly sulutary and strengthening. Full di- rections for use accompany each box. The followinl eaøenelected from amongst themany thousand -cures effected by WOOLLKY'S PMCtOKALCANUlf Iwant of space not allowing the insertion oi more), are IItuu, in- controvertible facts, which there Mn" gainsaying and, should -any doubt their authenticity. tbe original letter* can be in- spected at the Proprietor's Laboiatory. WONDEKFUL Cl'RE OF A COUGH OF SF.VRN YEARS' DURATION AfTER THE BEST MEDICAl. ADVWE HAD FAILED, yrnouth Foundry, Plymouth, Devon, March 22, laW. «r, 1 think it due to your*elf and the public to inform you at t e great benefit 1 have derived from your Pectoral Candy. 1 have een troubled with a aevere cough foi tbe last seven year#, *nd a though I have had the be»t medical advice, 1 could obtain no permanent relief, until I fortunately tried you/ Candy, *td after taking tWo lmi,| bo j fiod u,>ge|f free from cough. Jou bave p.rjniMion lo give publicity to this •Icemen1- I »m, Sir, ,ouri# &c. To Mr. Woolley. JOHN EOMOND MARE. ANOTHER EXTRAORDINARY CDBEOF A BAD COUGH. n i ■ January, 1854, D«*r Sir,— Having derived sre„ bellefil from Pectoral Candy, and having suffered g,lly for ,h, u<( Juf year* ot « ^ad cougb, what can 1 do less thau dedicate this note to yoUf anj hope you will give It publicity 1 Jain sir, y0tl( 0bedient servaut, JOHN JAMESON. EXTRAORD|)jARY CORE OF A CASE OF ASTHMA OF TBN YEARS' DURATION Redditch, Worcestershire, March 17th, 1851. Sir,—I have tbe p|eM(ire of informing you of the cui* of a sister of mine, of asthma of ten year*' duration, by you pcc. toral Candy. la_. 10url trnly, A M lis DtJWtjINS, Temperance Hotel. N.D.-I could tell yo.. of anotber cure, butthe person said be should write to you hi-sclf. This was the person wbo r., commended it to iny swet. AN EFFECTUAL CORfc FCR wmTER COOCHa. Mr. Woolley,— Medical 'I'lesaroa, Dec. 1, 1854 Dear Sir,-1 think it a duty low'e to yourielf and the INb. lie in general, to inform yon of th« benefit that many persons fcave derived from the use of yo^r pectorat Candy in Ihl, town and neighbourhood, especially in severe Winter Coughs, which ate very prevalent here. You have my permission to give every publicity to tbe above, as I e*ery sufferer from coughs and colds ought to try yon, ittvaluable remedy. I am, dear SIf, yours truly, J. V. MoucjAN, Chemist. CAUTION.—As a variety of Lozenges, Waters, and Tablets are advertised containing iugredients of au injurious nature, the public are particularly requested to ask for WOOLLEYS l'ECTOHA1. CANUV, every box of which "aa the words 14 Wooiley's Pectoral Candy" engraved in "bite letters, on the red ground of the Goveriuneut Stamp, without which none is genuine. 'epared by WoOLLEY, Chemist, Maidstone and sold by •II respectable Chemists and. Medicine Dealers throuirhout the world, in boxes at Is. l £ d. and 2s. 9d. each. AGENTS IN THIS DISTRICT— Mr. W. L. Evans, Chemist, It EK'fttya. Dawf -84 Stephens, Cbem»t» I" THE FAST-SAILING STEAMERS. "J E N N Y JONES," DAVID DAViES, COMMANDER, AND « T A L 1 ESI N," DAVID GEORGE, COMMANDER, ARE intended to ply between CARDIFF and BRIS- TOL Juring the Month of MAY, 1855, as fottows (" Arriving at and starting from Bathurst Basin, Bristol, calling at the Hotwells, where Passengers will be Landed and Em- barked at the Rownham Ferry Slip, free of expense, at which place a comfortable WaiUni Room is provided. J CARDIFF. BRISTOL. From the Bute Docks. From Bathurst Basin. MAT, 1855. I MAT. 1855. 28, Monday 2 after 29, Tuesday 4 after 30, Wednesd 3! after 31, Thursday t6 morn 31, Thursday 4 after f To and Fro from Bristol, 31st. NOTICE.—The Cardiff Steam Navigation Company give Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passengers Luggage; nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels (if lost or damaged by lire, leakage, or otherwise), unless booked at their odice at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of forty shillings, unless entered at its value, and carriage In proportion paid for the same at the time of booking. Goods consigned to order, or not taken away before six o'clock in the evening of the day of landing, will be warehoused at the risk and expense of the consignees. All Goode to be considered as UeM, M>t only for *"reight -"C'iIiIIh..qtos flue thereon, but also for an previously unsatisfied Freight and Charges due by Con- signees to the Proprietors of the said Packet. Disputed weights or measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c., cannot be allowed unless written notice of the same be sent to the office on the day of delivery. Fares After Cabin, 39.; Fore Cabin, II. 6d. To & Fro same day (provided a to & fro ticket be taken), After Cabin, 4«.; Fore Cahin, 2s, Goods and Parcels forwarded with dispatch to Laitirissent, Bridgend, l'ort Talbot, Neath, Swansea, Ltanetty. Carmar- hen, Merthyr, Aberdare, Pontypridd, Cowhridge, Caerphilly, &c., &c. i also to and from Loudon, Manchester, Birmingham, and all parts of the kinndoin. NOTICB.—Goods for Ihll above Steamers will be received at Bathurst Basin, Bristol, and will be collected in Bristol, if required, at a moderate charge. Goods will also be received at Clare Street llall, sulijeet to a charge lor hauling to Bathurst Basin. Refreshments may be had on board on moderate term". Four-wheel Carriage. 20s.; Font-wheel Phaeton, d/awn by Two Horses, 15* One-horse Phaeton, or Gig, IDs. j Four-wheel drawn by One Horse and Driver, 12. Horse and Rider, AfterC"bio,S. 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J* It is superior to anything ever before used, as it is ptaced in the tooth in a soft state, without any pressure or pain, and in a short time becomes as hard as the enamel, and will remain firm in the tooth for many years, rendering extraction unnecessary, and arrests all further progress of decay. AH persons can use the SUCCEDANEUM THEMSELVES WITH EASE. To be procured only of Mr. Howard, Surgeon Dentist, 17, Georp.etreet. Hanover.square, London, who will send the Succedaueum free by Post to any part of the kingdom, with full directions for use enclosed. Price 2s. 6d. aud 5s. in Postage Stamps. HEALTH MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD. DR. ROBERTS'S CELEBRATED OINTMENT, called the POOR MAN'S FR1EN D, is confidently re. commended to the Public as an unfailing remedy for wounds of every detcripnon; a certain cure lor ulcerated sore legs, if of twenty years' standing; cuts, burns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic eruptions and pimples iu the face. sore and inflamed eyes, sore breil», piles, auu cancerous humours; and is a specific for those •muting eruptions which sometimes follow vaccination. Sold m pots, Is. 1 id. and 2.. 9d. Also, hi. PILULÆ ANTI SCORPHULiE^oufirmed by more than forty yea's- experience to be. wtthout Meeptfon. one of the be,t alterative .uedtoisujs. ever compounded tor purifying the blood, and assisting Nature in her operations; hmce, are ullefut In scrofula, scorbntic complaint", glandulai swelling* p»rticularly those of the neck, &c. They form a milu and superior FAMILY APPERIENT, that may be taken at all times withoutconnaemettt or change of diet. Sold in boxe*. at h. 14d.,2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis,, aud 5J2s. each. TESTIMONIAL. Communicated from Mr. A W HITAKBK, Bookseller. Sheffield liKNTJLKMBN,—Scarcely a day passes but somebody informs of the wonderful effects received from the use of your valuable Poor Man's Friettd. A lady called at my shop the other day expressly to desire ma to acquaint J ou with the following case: Her soo, a little boy about nine years of age, was severely afflicted with eruptions on the head, so much so al to render it necessary to have the head shaved. The eruptions, how- eyer, continued to increase until the bead Will completely covered With scabs. At this lamentable crisis she was induced to try your Poor Man's Friend, and one 3s. 9d. pot made a complete cure.-r-l am, ke., "ANTHONY WlilTAKER.' Sold wholesale by the Proprietors, BEACH and BARNICOT, at their Dispensary, BRIDPORT and by tbe London Retail Houses—by all respectable Medicine Venders in the United Kingdom. OBSEBVE.—No Medicine sold under the above name can possibly be genuine, uuless BEACH and BAKNIOOT, late Dr. Roberts, Bridport," is engraved on the Government Stamp affined to each package. OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S AMERICAN SARSAPARILLA. THIS is one of the most extraordinary and valuable Medicines in tbe world. Its^ superiority over other pie- paratious of like character, made in Ihls country, arises from the mode of manufacture, and the advantage of obtaining and working the toot ih its green and fresh state. The root when brought to this countiy, is dry, vapid, and almost taste- less, its virtues and juices having all evaporated; while it often becomes mouldy, musty, and partially decayed, so that it i. quite IIntil for use. ENGLISH TESTIMONY. We give a few of the many communications we have re- ceived since we have been in England, from those who have experienced the great benefits of using tUi* celebrated medi- cine. They must have some weight III convincing tbe public of its great value. 49, Davies-street, Berkeley-square, Sept. 1, 1&51. Gentlemen.—I have much pleasuie tn testifying to the numerous thanks 1 have received from various persons who have taken Old Dr. Jacob Townsend's Sarsaparilla, many of whom will be happy to give you testimonials should you re- quire them. I am doubly pleased to be able to speak to the good effects I have seen myself produced by the Sarsaparilla for I must confess that although. I was not prejudicial, 1 was rather sceptical as to its virtues, which I would not have be- lieved it possessed, had I "ot seen "1 am, geiitlemsn, your obedient servant, JOHN JAMIKSUN. Messrs, Pomeroy, Andrews, and Co. FURTHER IMPORTANT TESTIMONY. Great Cure of Piles. V.17. Phelps-street, tVatworth, Feb. 22,1853. OentlemeD,-1 was afflicted with the blind Piles, anu was tinder m« dical t.eatment for three months but obtained no relief. Hearing of Old Dr. Jacob Townseud's Sarsaparilla, I obtained some, and after taking it a short time, the accu- mulated corrupt matter copiously discharged, and I almost immediately obtained relief. 1 still continued its use for a time, and not only found rctiaf, but a cure, and am now free from pain. 1 most sincerely recommend it to all who are siipilaily affected.—I am, gentlemen, your obedient servant, Messts. Poiueroy, AudrewS. and Co. WM. UYDK. 8, Ashley-terrace, City-road, London, June 9,1852. Gentlemen,—Please send me again three quart bottles of Old Dr. Towusend'* Saraapaiilla. I feel much better, and the general system greatly improved, and I hope ( shall be all right with the three now ordered-I am. gentlemen, yours veiy respectfully, JOHN W. MONCH. Messrs. Pomeroy, Andrews, and Co.. 373, Strand. William Wearu, I, High-street, Soutlisea, writes," thave takeu several bottles of Old Townsend's Sarsaparilla, and derived benefit from it." Rev. J. W. Wilson, Wesleyau Minister, at Biggleswade, writes, June 7, 1&S4. I have de- rived uiuch benelit from taking Dr. fowosend's Sarsaparitta." Female Complaints—'Great Cure of Nervousness. I Lonuon, JuDe 10, 1852. Genilemen,—My wife has been long afflicted with a ner- vous complaint, from which she suffered severely. Able phystciaus and many remedies were tried in vain, but 1 am happy to inform you that she has entirely recovered by using a few bottles of Old Dr. Townseud's Sarsaparilla. Messrs. Pomeroy, Andrews, aud Co. J. R. PCTERSON Pimples, Blotches, Eruptions, ifc. The same may be said ot these as 111 the cure of the severer chronic maladies; the Sarsaparilla and the Ointmeut will adecmaHy wipe off all disagreeable eruptions, aud ttuderthe surface clear and beautiful. Ladies troubled with rough, pimply skin, or a gross masculine surface, will do well to use these medicines, if they wish clear, delicate, and transparent complexions. Nothing can exceed their efficacy ia this respect.. Cure of a Disordered Stomach. Lower Uroavenor-street, Grosvenor-square. July 31, 1»51. Gentlemen,-1 beg to inform you that I have been using 1811r Mediciue, Dr. lownsend'* Sarsaparilla, for a complaint in my stomach, from which I suffered a long time, and I an happy to say it has cured me. I shall be happy to answer auy letter of inquiry, as I am satisfied your Sarsaparilla is worthy of all the recommendation 1 can give it. Messrs. Pomeroy aud Co. JANES FoRsYTH. Sich Headache'—A case of many years' standing. The following is one of those cases arising from a disor- dered state of the uterine functions, which affect the whole system, and bring ou some of the most distressing sufferings. This lady hassutfered mote or less for ten years, and has now entirely recovered by the use of Dr. Townsend's Sarsapapa- rilla. She say* Berkeley-square, Jan. 15,1853. Messrs. Pomeroy and 00.-1 have used your Dr. Town- send's Sarsaparilla tor sick headache and geueral debility, arising from a disordered state of iny system, and am happy to inform you that it has completely restored me to former hcatth and strength. I experience a degree of comfort, buoyancy of spirit, and reuewed strength, which I have not known for ten yeais. This great benefit alone induces me to wnte an acknowledgment. Disliking my name in full to go before the pubtic, I give my iuitials only. "MR^, E. W. T. C." Ilalf-pints, 2s. 6d.; Pints, 4s.; Small Quarts, 4s. 6d.; Quarts, 7s.6d.; and Mammoths, Ill.; Sis Mammoths sent free for 60s, POMEROY, ANDREWS, fS Co.,8ole Proprietor*, W»r»bQuse, 973, Strand, Loftdap, ON SPKR.M ATORRUCEA AND 1 IS EFFECTS ON THE NERVOUS ANU GENEUATlVE SYSTEM. A Medical Work, Illustrated with Porty-tive Coloured En- gravings, and containing the RECIPE for the AUTHOR'S NEWI.Y DISCOVERED PREVENTIVE LOTION. Just Published, the 7lst Thousand, piice -2». 6d., sold In a sealed envelope, by all Booksellers, or sent, post-paid, by tbe Author, for 40 postage stamps, MANHOOD: The CAUSE and CURE of its PREMATCUE DECLINE, with liain Directions for Perfect Restoration to Health and Vigour also the removal of Spermatorrhoea by a New and Simple mode of Treatment, without resorting to dangerous practice of Cauterization, being a Medical Review of every Form, CAUSE and CORE of Nervous Debility, Impotency, Loss of Mental and Physical Capacity, whether resulting from Youthful Abuse, the Follies of Maturity, the Effects of Climate, or Infection, &c. • addressed to the Suffeier in Youth, Manhood, and Old Age with the Author's Observations on the Prevention and Cure of Syphilis, Spermatorrhaja, and other Urino-Genital Dis- eases, as adopted in the new mode of Treatment by Deslandes, Lalleinand, and Ricord, Surgeons to the Hospital Venerien, Paris. Bv J.L. CURTIS, Surgeon, 15, Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, Loudon. At home for consultation daily, ftom 10 till 3, and 6 to 8; Sundays, from 10 till 1. This work, which for twenty years has stood the test of pro- fessional criticism and empirical hostility, treats in a plain, and sympathising manner on the various disqualiifcations and impediments arisiug from nervous excUement and de- bility; and to Invalids suffering from the consequences of Secret Etrors and Excesses, it will be found invaluable as a Monitor and Guide by which the shoals of Empiricism may be avoided and a speedy return to health secured. REVIEWS OF THE WORK. Curtis on Manhood.—Far be it from us to misdirect our penorsulty our pages with a notice in any shape that would taint the purest mind or pander to one evil printipleof hu- man nature; but the book under review, so far from having a tendency of the kind, a one calculated to wain and instruct the erring, without imparting one idea that can vitiate the mind not alreadv tutored by the vices of which it treats. Xacal and JJilitary Gazette, 1st Feb., 1D51. We i«l uo hesitation 111 sayiog, that tbete is no member of society by whom the book will not be found useful— whether such persou hold the relation of a parent, preceptor, or a clergyman "—Sun. Evening Paper. Sold, in sealed envelopes, by the Author; also by Piper and Co., '23, Paternoster-row; Hannah, 63, Oxford-street; Mann, 39, Cornbill, London; Guest, Bull-street, Birming- ham; Heywood, Oldham-stteet, Manchester: Howell, 6, Church-street, Liverpool; Campbell, 13d, Argyle-street, Glasgow; Robinson, ll, Greenside-side-street, Edinburgh Howell, Westmoreland-street, Dublin; and by all Book- sellers and Chemists ill the United Kingdom. This book can be sent Post-paid, without Extra Charge, to the East and West ludies, Canada, Australia, and other British possessions. THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY For NERVOUSNESS, RELAXATION, & EXHAUSTION Protected by Royal Letters Patent, And sanctioned by all the great Continental Colleges of Medicine. DR. DE ROOS' celebrated GUTTLE VITiE; OR, Llfc'E 1>HOI'S, are the great European Remeuy Spei matorrhcea, Exhausion, Nervousness, Debility, Ner- vousness, Debility, A version to. and incapacity for Society, Study, or Business, Shaking of the Hands and Limbs, Indi- gestion, Flatulency. Shortness of Breath, Asthma, Con- sumptive Habits, Dimness of Sight, Dizziness, Pains in the Head, Eruptions, Blotches, Pimples, Sore Throat, Pains in the Bones and Joints, Scurvy, Scrofula, and all those diseases for which mercury, sarsaparilla, &c., are not only employed io vaiu, but too often to the utter destruction of the sufferer's health. Their almost marvellous powers must be felt to be believed. Hundreds of apparently hopeless cases, which had been given up by the faculty, have been speedily cured, and mauy thousands have derived almost miraculous relief, when everything else had sigually failed. The Guile Vita are the result of loug practical investigation of the remedies best adapted for these diseases, and in addition to the great lest EXPERIENCE, they have received the sanction of many of the highest medical authorities throughout Europe, as eUlirely superseding alllbose quutionable reme- dies which have too long been tbe sole reliance of the medical men of tbis country. Price 111., and four times the quantity at 33s. per bottle, of thffottowingAgens; Ibe £5 Packages coutaiuing twelve lis. quantities, by which ;£1 12s. are saved, can be had from the Establishment only. ( PAINS IN THE BACK, GRAVEL, LUMBAGO, RHEUMATISM, GOUT, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS & BLADDER, STRICTURE. &c„ &c. DR. DE ROOS'S COMPOUND RENAL PILLS, are celebrated all over the world as a most safe and effectual remedy for the above dangerous complaints. Discharges of any kiud, Stone in the Bladder, and Diseases of tbe Kidney and Urinary Organs generally. Possessing tonic properties, theyaglee with the moat delicate stomach, strengthen the digestive organs, increase the appetite, improve the general health, and in three days will effect a cure when copaiba, cubebs, and all dangerous medicines of that class have utterly failed. Is ld& 2>. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis. and 33s. per box, of all the Agents below Sent post free on receipt of h. 3d., Si., 5s., 12* and 35s., in Postage Stamps or by Post-office order These celebrated Pills are an infallible remedy in the most obstinate cases. By their use alone many thousands have been aknually restored to health, when every other medicine had failed. Their vast superiority over every thing else In the cure of Ihe above complaints, is universally ac- knowledged, aud the extraordinary demand for them ever- since their first introduction is without precedent. In no instance have they ever been known to fail, or to produce those dangerous lymplolDlI 80 often rnltlting frow copaiba, cubebs tnrpeuiiue, aud olber medicines usually resorted to. They require neither confinement nor change ol diet, and way justly be considered the only really safe and efficacious remedy for all stages of those disorders for which they are recommended. By the introduction of the above, the Proprietor has no desire to supersede his owu person*! usefulness, but there are doubtless many who from natural diffidence, seuse of khatne, or fear of discovery, would bear their amictionsin silence, rather than apply for aid, or unbosom their sorrows to those from whom tbey may reasouably expect sympathy and relief. To such it is believed tbe above will be au ac- ceptable boon, for besides their uniform efficacy, the sufferer cantafety conduct his case without the knowledge of a second pelson, aDd thus cure himself speedily, privately, and at the least possible expense. CAUTION.—Sufferers must guard against tbe recom- mendation of spurious or other articles by unprincipled Veudors, who thereby obtaiu a larger profit. To protect the public, her Majesty's Honourable Commissioners have directed the words "WALTER DM ROOS, LONDON," to be printed iu white letters on a red ground on the Stamp affixed to the above, without whicb, noue can be genuine, and to imitate which is lelouy. Sold by James, Phillips, and Evans, Cardiff; Roberts, Chemist, Conway; Hughes, chemist, Bangor; Griffith, chemist, High-street, Carnarvon; Price Brothers, Post- office, Bridgend; Thomas, chemist, (opposite Angel), Mer- thyr; Watkius, High-street, Abeigavenny; White, che- mist, Guildhall-square, Carmarthen; Williams, chemist, High-street,Cardigan; Davies, chemist, & Potter, Herald- otfice, Haverfordwest; Treweeks, chemist, Pembroke; Evans, chemist, High-street, Swansea, Moore, chemist, Broad-street, Newtown Stephens, chemist, High-street, Merthyr Tydat; Ferris, Score, & Co", Union-st., Bristol; and obtainable through all Medicine Vendors, of whom also may be had "THE MEDICAL AD VISE it." ON THE TREATMENT OF SPERMATOIIRHCEA, and other URINO GENITAL DISEASES, by a Novel, Safe, and Ulost successful Method. Seveuty Anatomicat, Explanatory, Coloured Engravings. In Six Languages, Fifty-tbird Edition, price 2s. 6d. in a sealed envelope through all Kooksellers, or sent post free from the Authors for 42 Postage Stamps. f'P.HE MEDICAL ADVISER, on Nervous Debility _|_ and the various forms of Premature Uecay, both mental and pbysical, allling from youthful excesses, infec- liou, the effects of climate, &c. remarks on the use of the Microscope, and the questionable treatment advocated by cer- tain writer* followed by practical observations on marriage with plain [directions for the prevention and removal of cer- tain Disqualiifcations, rules for self-managemeut, &c. By WALTER DE ROOS, M.D., 10, Bebners-STREET, Ox- FORD-STREET, LONDON. Agent for Bristol, Mr. Cook, 5, Simms's-alley, Broad- mead; and Sold at the GUARDIAN OUICE, Carditf. Sold also by Piper, & Co., 23, Paternoster-row; Mann, 39, Corn-hill; Home, 19, Leicester-square; Gordon, 146, Leadenhall-street, London; Heywood, Oldham-street, Man- chester; Howell, Church-street, Liverpool; Watt, 14, Elm- row, and Kobinson, Greenside-street, Edinburgh; Love, Bookseller, Glasgow; Berry, 162. Great Britain-street, Dubtin; aad obtainable through all Booksellers. REVIBWB. "The information therein conveyed is really essential to those who contemplate marriage.—Becard. It contains precisely the information too often studiously kept from the young and thoughtless.—-However, tbe know- ledge must come some time, and happy is the person who does not become its possessor too late.'—Politician. The above wOIIL, which contain* the practical remarks of nearly a quarter of a century, and treats ioplain and sym- pathising language 011 the various impediments and dis- qualifications to marriage, particularly recommends itaelf aa a safe, unerring, and infallible guide to the speedy restora- tion and permanent preservation of health and vigour. For want of » book of this nature many a once promising youth who started fairly on tbe voyage of life, has been awfully: and irretrievably wrecked on the shoals and quicksands which beset his course. The necessity aud importance of the work are further shown by tbe fact, that there are few persons wbo dOllot at 801D. period requile -loch iuformatiou aa may be found in its pages. While, therefore, it affords a whole- some lesson to the inexperienced, its perusal may also be instrumental in averting the serious consequences of indisv cretion from those who have unhappily incurred them and as the treatment recommended has been nuiformly successful in many thousand of parallel cases, the reader may the mere confidently anticipate for himself the same beneficial result- PERSONS AT A DISTANCE can be successfully treated by correspondence only, on remitting the I1sual fee ofjUt, when advice & medicines will be promptly despatched secure from observation. Hours for personal consultation daityfrom 11 till 4, Sunday excepted. Post-office Orders to be made payable at the Holboru Office to Dr. Walter Ds Roos, 10, Berners-street, Oxford-street, London. N.U. Should difficulty arise in procuring any of the above, enclose the amount per Post-otnce Older, or other- wise, to 10, Berne rs-street, and they will be seut securely packed per return. THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF YOUTH AND MATURITY. Just published, price 2, free by post from the author only for 30 Stamps, NERVOUS DEBILITY; its causes, symptoms, and care. An assay on Spermatorrhoea, with Practi- cal Observations on a safer and more successful mode of treat- ment of the diseases of tbl Generative System,obtained by the use of the microscope in detecting and distinguish iug, by urinary examination, the real causa and effect of every variety of complaint, whether arising from solitary babits, excesses, accident, or climate. To which are added, Commentaries on tbe Physiology of Marriage, with precautionary bints on the evils emauating from empirical practice, and on the dangerous remedies advocated by various writers on these impottanl disorders. By SAMUEL L'AMERT, M.D., 37, Bedford Square, London, Doctor of Medicine, Matriculated Member of the Universttyof Edinburgh, Houoraiy Member of the London Hospital Medical Society, Licentiate of Apothe- caiies' Hall, London, &c., &c. The essential object of this treatise is to point out the fear- ful consequences resulting from certain babits, irregularities, and excesses, which have produced more misery in youth, degradation in manhood, and premature decay at all stages of life than perhaps any other class of disease known to modern pathologists, lIs peruaal is particularly recommended to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condi- tion, and wbc* ate conscious of having hazarded the health, happiness, and privilege to which every human being is entitled. Published by Piper & Co.. 33, Paternoster Row and may be had of Hannay & Co., 63, Oxford Street; Gordon, 146 I Leadenhall Street; or from the Author, who way be con- salted daily, from 11 tilt 3, and front St till 8, at bis residence, 37t Bedford Square, Londonr. Cardiffi at the GUARDJAN Office: Bristol; Q, Coek, 22, N.,ro, VfinC'iireei. GREAT REDUCTION in the PRICE of JAVAL GUANO.—The FRENCH GOVERNMENT having reduced the export duty, this CELEBRATED MANURE is now offered at a diminution of the original prices of 50 per cent. Sold in Casks, sealed, and gua- ranteed, with the Analysis, by Professor J. T. WAY, Chemist to the Royal Agricultural Society. Samples, prices, and information, at 6, GUILDHALL CHAM- BERS, Basinghall-street, and Depot, OLD SHOT, TOWER WHARF, near Waterloo Bridge. ORSI & ARMANI, Sole Consignees and Importers, N.B.—Agents wanted for the Country.—Apply by letter THE "APPS" BREWERY. •• APPS" ALE. "APPS" PALE ALE. "APPS" XXXX. SUPERIOR STOUT AND PORTER. THE peculiar excellence of these Ales, independently JL of being (as says the Lancet), "clear, sparkling and refreshing" is derived from the presence in the "Aprs SPRIWO," from which they are brewed, of the finest tonio and saline matter in singular combination. More need not be said, as the certificate of the well known Chymist, HERAPATH, is in itself sufficient. In his letter to Rev, J. L. HABPIHG, owner of the "Apps" Estate, he writes ai follows :— Bristol, March 17th, 1853. Sir, I take it for granted you have received my report of Feb. 19th, in which I have itated^our Spring to be a good Brewing water, with Aperient and Tonic properties, and consequently you would be justified in designating it a Medicinal Water. WILLIAM HERAPATH. The same great authority bears evidence to the purity and excellence of the Ale: — BRISTOL LABORATORY, April 27th, 1854. To the Proprietor of the" Apps" Brewery." 8ir,-I have examined and analysed four specimens of your Beer of various strengths; I find them dear, sound, and well brewed, and if you continue to Manufacture of the same quality, I have no doubt your Beers will become popular. I remain, Sir, Yours respectfully, WILLIAM HERAPATH, F. C. S. These celebrated Ales and early October brewings are now ready, and may be obtained in Casks on application at the "Apps" Brewery Store, Charlotte.street, Bute* street, Cardiff. Accounts collected monthly. METCALFE & Co's NEW PATTERN & PENE- lYJL TRATING TOOTH BRUSHES search thoroughly between the divisions of the Teeth, and cleause them in the tnott effectual manner—the Hairs never come loose; their I PENETRATING HAIR BRUSHES are made of Genuine Uubleached Russian Bristles, which do not soften like common hair, these with every description of Brush aod Comb for the Toilet, at their only establishment 130 B and 131, Oxford-street, second and third door west from Holies- street. N.B.—In consequence of the vast number of Brushes sold as theirs, which are not of their manufacture, especially in the country and abroad, M. B. & Co. respectfully caution the public that all their warranted Brushes are stamped with the name and address of the firm, thus,—" MET- CALFE & Co., 130 B OXFORD STREET. Brushes marked METCALFE'S''—" METCALFE'S PATTERN" &c. ARE NOT OF their manufacture, and all persons selliug them as such are hereby cautioned. NEW WINTER SOAP, METCALFE, BINGLEY i\ and Co.'s OATMEAL and CAMPHOR SOAP, in tablets (registered November 3rd, 1864). Price 6d. each. Is the best and most agreeable yet introduced,—it prevents the hands from chapping, and renders tbe skin soft and pleasant to tbe touch. To prevent fraud each tablet bears the registered mark, together with the names and address of the proprietors and sole manufacturers, Metcalfe, Bingley, & Co., 130 B and 131, Oxford street, Brushmakers, Perfu- mers, &c. to H.R.H. Prince Albert. Metcalfe's Alkaline Tooth Powder, 2s. per box, with every description of British and Foreign Perfumery, Soaps, Farina's Eau de Cologne, &c. THE ABOVE ARTICLES ARE KEPT BY MOST RE- SPECTABLE CHEMISTS, PERFUMERS, &e. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. KEARSLEY'S ORIGINAL WIDOW -i. WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS, so long and justly celebrated for their peculiar virtues, are strougly recom- mended to the notice of every, lady, having obtained the sanction and approbation of most gentlemen of the Medical Profession as a safe and valuable Medicine in effectually re- moving obstructions, and relieving all other inconveniences to which the female frame is liable, especially those which, at an early period of life, frequently arise from want of exer- cise and general debility of the system they create an ap- petite correct indigestion, remove giddiness and nervous headache, and are eminently useful iu windy disorders, pains in the stomach, shortness of breath, and palpitation of the heart; being perfectly innocent they may be used with safety in all seasons and climates. It is necessary, owing to the numerous imitations, to Inform tbe Public that KEARSLEY'S is the only ORI- GINAL and GENUINE MEDICINE of this description ever made, and has been prepared by them for more than Seventy Years! Purchasers are particularly requested to remark, that as a testimony of authenticity, eaob bill of directions contains an amdavtf, and bears the signature of "C. KEARSLEY" in writing, also engraved on tbe Go- vernment Stamp, and each box is wrapped in white paper. Sold, Wholesale & Retail, by J. SANGER, 150, Oxford- street, London; in Boxes, price 2s. 9d. each, or by post for 36 postage stamps. AGENTS. Griffith Phillips Cardiff. W. L. Evans 8. P. Kernick Morgan Thomas „ And all respectable Medicine Venders throughout tbe Country. THE MIRACULOUS REMEDY! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. TEN YEARS INTERMITTENT ATTACKS OF ERY- SIPELAS EFFECTUALLY CURED. Copy of a letter from Mra. H. Trimmer, of Compton, near Winchester, dated 13th Sep., 1853. To Professor Holloway. Sir,—I suffered for a period of ten years (until the last six months), with the most dreadful intermittent attacks of Ery- sipelas, which confined me to mv bed during the whole of the summer months in each year, I consulted the most eminent medical gentlemen in Winchester, but was from time to time doomed to be disappointed in my bopes of obtaining any relief to my sufferings, although I complied strictly with the directions my advisers gave me. At length 1 was persuaded to give your Ointment and Pills a trial, by a female friend who had been cured of a bad leg by using them to my sur- prise and delight, a change for the bettar was quickly pro- duced, and in a very short time they caused the Erysipelas totally to disappear, and my health was entirely resuscitated, which has lemained good ever since.—I remain, gratefully yours, (Signed) HARRIET TRIMMER. ASTOUNDING CUKE OF SCROFULA. WILLIAM POGUE. of Emyvale (a young man well known in that neighbourhood), Was afflicted for tbne years with Scrofula ou the left arm, there were four ulcers whicb dis- charged continously, aud reduced the poor fellow to a mere skeleton. He was for a long time under the care of oue medical gentleman, and consulted many others, but derived no benefit whatever. At last be bad recourse to Holloway's Ointment and Pills, and by persevering witb these remedies, in the course of eight weeks, bis arm was completely well, and bis health thoroughly re-established. The truth of this statement can be verified by many of the inhabitants of Emyvale, and particularly by Mr. PATRICK MCKENNA, Druggist, of that place. ASTONISHING CURE OK AN ULCKRATED LEG! AFTER THREE HOSPITALS FAILED!! Copy of a letter from Mr. W. Hare, of Exeter, dated Sep. 22, lSal- To Professor Holloway,—-A man named William Hall, in the employ of Mr. C. Sclates, Nurseryman, of this city, has desired me to make known to you. tbe-bonent be has received from using your Ointment and Pills. For three years this poor man suffered terribly with a severely ulcerated Jell, and during this time be sought relief at Guy's King's College and the Devon and Exeter Hospitals, and was finally told by a Surgeon that amputation ot the limb was necessary to save his nlife; however, instead of taking this advice, he im- mediately had recourse to your Ointment and Pills, aud they have done him more good that) all the other medicines put together, he being now able to follow his occupation, aud rapidly gaining health and strength. 1 remain. Sir, yours faithfully, (Signed) WILLIAM HARE. THREE EXTRAORDINARY CURES IN ONE FAMILY Copy of a Letter from Mr. Cottrall Hyatt, late Pay-Sergeant of tbe 14th Regiment of Foot, dated Ifishtown, Atblone, 6th July, 1851.. To Professor Holloway,— Sir,—I am happy to bear testimony to the extraordinary effect of your invaluable medicines, the wonders they have worked on three members of my own family being sufficient to convince tbe most incredulous of the many virtues they possess. My youngest Son, aged 9 years, was afflicted with several lumps on tbe right side of his neck, which were very painful, and tended considerably to interfere with his gene- ral health. My second Son, aged ll, was similarly afflicted, and suf- fered for an equally lengthened period. Both these youth, bave been radically cuied by the use of your Ointmeut and Pills, after the Ueatment of Surgeons in each instance had failed to afford them the least benefit. My eldest Son, aged 19, was for three years a great suf- ferer with eight ruuning ulcers on his qecfc, of a most severe character, for him, t consulted several medical men, both civil and military, but their treatment was unsuccessful. I have just put luin under a course of your medicines; the result is truly astonishing, five of the sores are completely cured, and the remainder rapidly healing. The health of all three of the Boys is considerably improved. I remain, Sir, your obligod Servant, (Signed) COTTKALL HYATT. The Pills should be used conjointly with the Ointment in most of tbe following cases:- Bad Legs Chilblains Gout Sore throats Bad Breasts Chapped hands Glaudular Sltin diseases Burns Corns (Soft) Swellings Scurvy Bunions Cancers Lumbago Sore-heads Bite of Mos- Couuacted & Piles Tumours quitoes and Stiff.joints Rheqinatism Ulcers Sand-Plies I lephitntiasis Scalds Wounds Coco-Bay Fistulas Sore Nipples Yaws Cbiego-foot. Sold at the Establishment of Professor Holloway, 244, Straud (near Temple Bar), London, and 80, tVlaiden-lane, New by all respectable Druggists, aod Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilised world, in Pots at Is. Ijd., 2s.9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 2'is., and 33s. each. There is a considrable saving by taking the larger sizes, N,B.—Directions for the guidance of patient* itt every ^Uordtw are »&»e4 t0 e*cb l'yb EVERY EVENING TO BELFAST AND THE NORTH OF IRELAND, VIA FLEETWOOD, In connexion with the London & North Western Railway THE Royal Mail Steamers leave J- FLEETWOOD for BELFAST EVERY EVENING, (Sundays ex- -acepted), at or after 7.35 p.m., and RETURN from BELFAST EVERY EVENING (Sundays excepted) at 7 p.m. Passengers are booked through to Belfast VIA. Fleetwood, at the principal L. and N. W. Railway Stations. FARES—BIRMINGHAM TO BELFAST RETURN TICKETS. ( Available for 14 days First-class, Rail and 32s Od. 48s. Od. Second do. do. do. 26s 3d. 39S. 4d. See Bradshaw's Guide, page 141, or apply to KEMP and Co., Fleetwood. FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT, To the Consignment of Miles, Kington, & Co., The splendid fast-sailing British-built Ship, RAJAH OF SARAWAK," SHEPPARD GILES, Commander, A 1, 13 Years, 1,000 Tons Burthen. 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OFFICES,—1, Welbeck-street, Cavendish-square, London, Legally Established in 1847. AS a medium for affording introductions to parties unknown to each other, who are desirous of form- ing suitable alliances, also for giving general information to Emigrants and others. Many hundreds have been happily Married through this channel during tbe last 8 years, and such unparalleled suc- cess is the best guarantee that all can be suitably married, irrespective of age, appearance, or position. Ladies and Gentlemen who are anxious to Marry, but who cannot find suitable partners among their own circle of acquaintances, should apply immediately, and not wait in the too often fallacious hope of being more successful next year, &c., and thus waste the most valuable time of life seeking an object that can be obtained in a short period. Detailed prospectuses, with forms of applications and all particulars sent free (under cover) on receipt of 12 stamps HENRY CHARLES BUTLER, Manager. Reference to Bankers, Solicitors, and others when necessary. RUPTLRES. TTlfHITE'S MOC-MAIN PATENT W LEVER TKUSS, requiring no steel spring round the body is recommended for the following peculiarities and advantages:—1st, fit facility of application; 2nd, perfect freedom from liability to chafe or excoriate 3rd, it may be worn with equal comfort in any position of tbe body by night or day; 4tb,it admits of every Wind of exercise without the slightest inconvenience to the wearer, and is perfectly concealed from observation. j We do not hesitate to give totbis invention t our unqualified approbation and we strenu- ously advise the use of it to all those who Itand iu need of that protection, which tbey cannot so fully, nor witb the same comfort, obtain from any other apparatus or truss as from that which we have the highest satisfaction in thus recommending."—Church and State Gaxetie. Recommended by tbe following eminent surgeons:—Wm. Furgnson, Esq., F.K.S., Professor of Surgery in King's Col- lege, Surgeon to King's College Hospital, &c.; C. G. Guthrie, Esq.. Surgeon to the Royal WestminsterOpthalmic Hospital; W. Bowir.au, Esq., F.R.S., Assistant Surgeon to King's Col- lege Hospital; T. Callaway, Esq., Senior Assistant Surgeon o Guy's Hospital; W. Coulson, Esq., Surgeon to the Mag- dalen Hospital; T. Blizard Curling, Esq., F.R.S., Surgeon to the London Hospital; W. J. Fisber, Esq., Surgeon-in-Chief to the Metropolitan Police Force; Aston Key, Esq., Surgeon to Prince Albert; Robert Listono Esq., P.K.S. JsmevLuke, Esq., Surgeon to the London Truss Society; Eiastnus Wilson, Esq., F.B.S;, and many others. A descriptive circular may be had by post, and the Truss (which cannot fail to fit) can be forwarded by post by sending tbe circumference of the body, two inches below the hiys, to the manufacturer. MR. WHITE, 228. PICCADILLY. LONDON. Price of aSingteTtuss, 16* 218.. 26s.6d.,&3U6d. Potttge.ts. „ „ Double „ 3la. 61.1., 42s., & 528. 6d. POtlage, l.. ad. Post-Office Orders to be made payable to JOHN WHITE, Post-Office, Piccadilly. A ELASTIC STOCKINGS, KNEE J-J CAPS, &c.— t he material of which these 18 are made is recommended by tbe Faculty, as being peculiarly elastic and compressible, aud ■P|L C the best invention for giving efficient and per- IHltll manent support in all cases of W eakness, aud H Swelling of tbe Legs, Varicose Veins, Sprains, H0 See. It is porous, light in textuie, and iuex- pensive, and is drawn on like an ordinary staking. Price, from 7s. 6d. to 16s. each. POSMA^UFACTORY,228, PICCADILLY. LONDON Specimens may be seen at the Crystal Palace. NO MORE PILLS OR ANY OTHER MEDICINE. For indigestion, (dyspepsia),constipation,nervous, bilious, and liver complaints, cougb, consumption, and debility. DU BARUY's delicious REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD saves 50 times its cost in Mediciue, and cures the above' complaints and their consequences, such as :— Flatulency, distension, acidity, heartburn, palpitation of the heart, nervous headaches, deafness, noises in the bead anti ears, pains at the pit of the stomach and between tbe shoulders, diarrhoea, dysentry, impurities and poverty of the blood, scro- fula, asthma, dropsy, rheumatism, gout, nausea and sickness during pregnancy, after eating, or at sea, low spirits, spasms, cramps, epileptic fits, spleen, general debility, inquietude, sleeplessness, involuntary blushing, paralysis, tremots, dis- like to society, unlhueu for study, loss of memory, delusions, vertigo, blood to the bead, exhaustions, melancholy, ground- leIS fear, indecision. It is, moreover tbe heat food formfauts and invalids generally, as it never purges or lurns acid on the weakest stomach, nor interferes with a good liberal diet but imparts a healthy relish for lunch and dinner, and re- stores the faculty of digestion, and nervous and muscular energy to the most enfeebled. Analysis by the Professorof Chemistry and Analytical Che- mist, Andrew Ure, M.D., P.R.S„8tc., & -Loodou, June 3, 1849.—1 6nd it to be a pure vegetable Farina, perfectly whole- 10we,IIasily digestible, likely to promote a healthy action of the stomach and bowels, and thereby to counteract dyspepsia, constipation and their nervous conseqvences. Andrew Ure, M.D., F.K.S., Stc,, Analytical Chemist, IMPORTANT CAUTION against the fearful dangers of spuri- OUl iwitaÜous;- The Vice-Chancellor Sir William Page Wood, granted an Injunction on the 10th March, 1854, against Alfred Hooper Nevill for imitating Du Barry's Kevalenta Arabica Food." 'FEARRY, DU BARRY, & CO., 77, Regent-street, London. A few out of 50,000 cures are here given: From tbe Dowager Countess of Castlestuart. Cure 52,612.-Rosstrevor, County of Down, Ireland, 9th Decembei, 1854.—The Dowager Countess of Castlestuart feels induced, in tbe interest of suffering humanity, to state that Du Barry's excellent Revalenta Arabica Food has cured her, after all Medicines had failed, of indigestion, bile, great uervousness, and irritability of many years' standing. This food deserves the confidence of all sufferers and may be considered a real blessing. Enquiries will be cheerfully answered. Cure No. 180, It 2á years' nervousness, constipation, indi- gestion, and debility, from which I have suffered great mi- lery, and whicb üO medicine could remove or relieve, hitve been effectually cuied by Du Barry's Food iu a very shott time, W. H. Heeves, Pool Anthony, Tiverton." No. 420S, Eight years' dyspepsia, nervousness, debility, with cramps, spasms, and nausea, have been effectually re- moved by Du Barry's health-restoring food, I shall be happy to answer any inquiries. Rev. John W. FtaveU, Rid- lington Rectory, Norfolk." No. 81, "Twenty years' liver complaint, with disorders of the stomach, bowels, and nerves. Andrew Fraser, Haddington." No. 42,130, Major-General King, cure of general debility and nervousness. Cure 32,110, Captiiin Parker U. Bingham, K.N., who was cured of 27 years' dyspepsia in six weeks' time. Cure No. 28,416, William Hunt, B'1', Barrister-in- law, 60 years' partial paralysis. No. 32,814, Captain AHen, recording the cure of a lady from epileptic fits. No. 26,419, the Kev. Charles Kerr, a cure of functional disoiders. No. 24,814, the ttev. Thomas Minster, cure of five years' ner- vousness, witb spasms and daily vomitings. No. 41,617, Ur. James Shorland, late surgeon in the 93th Regiment, cure of dropsy. No. 37,403, Samuel Laxton, Esq., a cure of two years' diarrhoea. Mr. William Martin, a cure of eight years' daily vomiting. Richard Willoughby, Esq., a cure of many years* biliousness. No. 32,836, Three years' excessive nervousness, with plliul in myaeck and (ETT ARNFL, aud general debility, which rendered mt life V9?y miserable, has been radically removed by Uu Barry's bealth-restoring food. Alex. Stuart, Arch- deacon of Hoss, Skibbereen. No. 58,034, Grammar School Steveuage, Dec. 16, 1850. Gentlemen, We have found it admirably adapted for iufanta. Our baby has never once bad disordered bowels since taking it. R. Ambler. No. 52,418, Ur. Gries, Magdeburg, recording the cure of bit wife irom pulmouary consumption, witb night sweats aad ulcerated lungs, which had resisted aU mediciues, and ap- peared a hopeless case. No. 52,421, Dr. Gatiiker, Zurich, cure of cancer of the stomach aud fearfully distressing vo- mitings, habitual flatulency, and cbolic. All the above par- ties will be happy to answer auy inquiries. In canisters suitably packed for all climates, and with ful inslructiona-lIb, 2i. 9,1 t 2lb, 4s. GJ., 5IB, Us,; Ulb, 22S, super-fetiued, lib, 6& 2LH, U* &19, 22s; 101b, 33s. The affections of the kidneys and bladder, such as stone or J Olb. and L'B canisters are forwarded, carriage free, on re- ceipt of post-office order. Barry 1)u Barry, and Co., 77, Regent-street, London; Fortnuia, Mason, and Co., pur." veyors to Her Majesty, 182, Piccadilly; and the following country Agents:- Cardiff. J. B. Hopkins, John Hibbert Aberdne A. R, Evans. Brynmawr J. W. Vaughau. Cowbiidge John Parsons. Merthyr Tyuvil Mrs. White. C. W. Gay, Chemist Monmouth ..Y. Dyke & Co,, Thomas Farror. Neath W. Hibbert, A. Hayman. Newport A. Clements,Siamp-olhce, Vlstthews Se Co Swansea. Jonathan Drury,G, Barker FCOO Tred»|j»r CUarks P«at, CARDIFF RACES, OVER THE NEW COURSE AT ELY, On WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MAY 30th and 31st, 1855. THE REVIVAL S T A K E S OF 3 sovs. each, with £ 25 added. Three year olds to carry 6st. 9lbs.; four, 8st.; five, 8st. 12Ibs. six and aged, 9st. 31bs. Mares and geldings allowed 31bs. Winners of £30 once in 1855 to carry 41b8. j twice, 7lbs. three times, lOlbs. extra. One mile and a half. THE CARDIFF STAKES Of 10 sovs. each, 5 forfeit, and 3 only if declared to the Secretary on or before the 15th of May, with JE50 added. Closed on the 25th of April. 21 Horses entered. Two miles. THE SELLING STAKES Of 3 sovs. each, with £25 added. Three year olds to carry 8st.; four, 9st. 31bs.; five, lOst.; six and aged, lOst. 5lbs. Mares and geldings allowed 3ibs. The winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race for £120, and any surplus above the selling price to go to the Fund. If entered to be sold for £100, to be allowed 51bs.; £80, 10Ibs.; £60, lolbs.; £40,20lbs. Heats. About one mile and a quarter. THE SELLING HURDLE RACE Of 5 sovs. each, 2 forfeit, with JE25 added. Three year olds to carry 9st. 51bs.: four, lOst. lOlbs.; five, list. 81bs. six and aged, 12st. Mares and geldings allowed albs. The winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race for £100, and any surplus above the selling price to go to the Race Fund. If entered to be sold for .£80, to be allowed 5Ibs.; .£00, 101b»-; £40, lolbs. If 4 horses start, the second horse.|p save his stake. Heats. About one mile and a half, over four flights of hurdles, S E C O ~D DAY. THE ELY STAKES Of 3 sovs. each, with jE25 added. Three year olds to carry 9st. 3lbs. j four, lOst. 7Ibl.; five, list. 51bs. six and aged, list, lllbs. Mares and geldings allowed 31bs. Winners once in 1855 to carry 4lbs.; twice, 71bs.; three times, 101 bs. extra. Horses bona fide the property, and in the possession, of persons residing in the counties of Glamorgan or Monmouth, two months before the Races, allowed olbs, Gentlemen Riders, to be qualified by the Stewards. Professional Riders to carry 71bs. extra. Heats. One mile. THE INNKEEPERS' PLATE Of 50 sovs. Entrance, 2 sovs. each, to go to the Race Fund. To close and name to the Secretary on or before the 19th May. Weights to appear in Fell's Life" on the 26th. The winner of any handicap of the value of £50, after the declaration of weights, to carry 7lbs. extta; and the winner of the Cardiff Stakes to carry 51bs. in addition. Four horses to start or no race. 14 Horses entered. Two miles. THE HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Of 5 sovs. each, 2 forfeit, with £25 added. Heata. About one mile and a half over four flights of hurdles. Gentlemen Riders, to be qualified by the Stewards. Professional Riders to carry olbs. extra. To close and name to the Secretary by eight o'clock of the evening of the first day's races. Forfeits to be declared by ten o'clock the following morning. To be handicapped by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint. THE FORCED HANDICAP Of 3 sovs. each, with jE15 added. Forced upon the winners of the two days' races, and open to any Horse that has started. Entries to be made at the Stand imme- diately after the last race. To be handicapped by tbe Steward., or whom they may appoint. One mile and a half. A SWEEPSTAKES Of 2 sovs. each, with £10 added, for any horse not ex- ceeding 14 hands high. Three year olds to carry 7st. ) Olbs.; four, 9st.; the, 9st. 121bs.; six and aged, lOst. 51bs. Entire Horses, 31bs. extra. 7lbs. allowed for every inch under 14 hands high. Horses bona fide the property of persons residing in Glamorganshire or Mou- mouthshire, and in their possession three months before the races, allowed 7lbs. Four horses to start, or no money added. Heats. One mile, The Course is oval; one mile round, perfectly flat, and •ver beautiful and well-drained land. The whole Course cau be seen from the stand. CONDITIONS. Three reputed Horses, bona fide the property of diffe- rent persons, to start for each race, or no public money added. Entries for the first day's races (except the handicap) to be made to the Secretary at the Angel Hotel, Cardiff, on or by eight o'clock in the evening of Tuesday, the 29th of May. Each entry to be sealed, accompanied by the amount of stakes, or the entry will not be received; and the colours of the riders must be sent with the entry; and any Jockey riding in wrong colours will forfeit one sovereign to the fund. Entries for the Ely Stakes, Handicap Hurdle Race, and Two Sovereign Sweepstakes, to be made to the Secretary at tbe Angel Hotel, on or by eight o'clock in the evening of the first day's, races; each entry to be sealed, accompanied by tbe ambunt'of stakes or forfeits, or the entry will not be received. AH disputes to be settled by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint, and their decision to be final. Five shillings to be paid for each horse before saddling, for weights and scales; and each winner (excepting for the Cardiff Stakes) to pay one sovereign to the Race Fund. The First Race of each day will be run at One o'clock precisely, at which time those horses brought to tbe post will be started. Half an hour allowed between each heat. All objections to be given in writing to the Secre- tary. On no account will Gambling Booths, or Tables, &c., be allowed. All Dogs on the Course will be des- troyed. Applications for Ground, for the erection of Booths, to be made to the Secretary, at the Angel Hotel, not later than Wednesday, the 23rd May. Admission to the Stand, 2s. 6d. each. To tbe Ground: —Carriages, 2s. 6d. each Saddle Horses, 2s. each. An ORDINARY, on WEDNESDAY, at the ANGBL HOTEL. Tickets, 5s. each. A BALL, on THURSDAY, at the CARDIFF ARKe HOTEL. Ladies' Tickets, 5s.; Gentlemen's, 7s. 6d. SIR G. TYLER, M.P., 1 0 HENRY LEWIS, Esq., f Stbwaeds- J. PRIDE, Hon. Sec. PATENT IMPROVEMENTS IN ANDREWS, COKE OVENS. J. ANDREWS I) EGS to call the attention of Ironmasters and Coke ) Masters to his PATENT IMPROVEMENTS IN COKE OVENS, and his COKE DRAWING AP. PARATUS, whereby they may be rendered, under all possible circumstances, more durable than thoFe in com- mon use, and may be protected, to a great extent, from the effects of the intense heat to whicta\they are exposed. When in the oven, the apparatus may be applied to the pushing of the coke from the oven and by this means no iron is required in the oven during the coking process. The peculiar construction of these improvements renders the oven, with any description of coal, capable of con- verting 15 cwts. of coal into coke in a given time, and with a given area of oven, more than auy other coke oven that is now in operation, by which a great saving is effected over any ordinary oven. In many instances full 50 per cent, is saved in the making of the coke alone, a much better yield is the result, and the coke is of better quality. No person ought to be without Andrews' Patent Coke Ovens for the locomotive department. The patent right oharged at the rate of 20s. the oven per an- num, if paid half yearly; but to parties paying in advance for the ovens, for the whole unexpired term of the patent, tbe patentee will allow 50 per cent. on any num. ber of ovens built. Applications for licenses and other information, to be made to the patentee, 17, Fair Oak-terrace, Maindee, Newport, Monmouthshire. DEAFNESS, DISTRESSING NOISES IN THE HEAD.—Just Published, GRATIS, for the PROTECTION of the DEAF.—Truly Miraculous Discovery—An infallible method by which sufferers cau positively cure themselves, etplained in a book of 30 pages, sent free of charge to any deaf person through the Post, who may write for the same. Published by the consulting Surgeon to tbe Institution for the Cure of Deafness, 9, Suffolk Place, Pall Mall, Dr. F. R. HOGHTON, M D. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, date of Diplomas. and May, 1845. L.A.C., 30tb April, 1846. It will save many sufferers from the dangerous advertised impositions and deceptions set forth by unqualified and assumed Aurists of the present day. By means of this book, thousands bave been reotored to perfect hearing in distaot parts of the world, without absence from home or business. Dr. HOGHTON has published this new1 discovery as a help and hint, NOT FOR QÁtN, BUT TO BE GIVEN AWAY for the Benefit of deaf persous and a stop to Quackery, and extor- tionate Fees. It contains—startling cures, deaf persons having cured themselves,—many instantaneously effected. All letters Post Paid to be directed to Dr. HOGHTON, 9, Suffolk-place, Pall Mall, London. Personal consultation, 11 till 4 every day. JUST PUBLISHED, A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE. fTiHE GOLDEN REFEREE, with X Plates, 112 pages, on the rational Treatment of Sper- matorrhoea nervous debility, low spirits, lassitude, weak- ness of tbe limbs and back, indisposition and incapacity for study and labour, dullness of apprehension, loss of memory, aversion to society, love of solitude, timidity, self-distrust, aiazinest, headache, involuntary discharges, pains in the side, affections of the eyes, pimples on the face, sexual infirmities, See. "The important faot that these alarming complaints may easily be removed is here clearly demonstrated, aad the entirely new aud highly successful treatment as adopted by the author fully explained,"—Critic. Sent post paid, in a sealed envelope, on receipt of 18 stamps, by Dr. FRANKLIN, NO. 4, Francis-street, Golden- square, London, and sold at the Office of this Paper, and Cambrian Office, Swansea. Price is. MEDICAL AID SOCIETY, 4, Francis-Street, m. Regent-street, London.—Established for the sup- pression ot Empiricism, exorbitant fees, and and for afford. ing aid to the afflicted, who may not have tbe means of psyiog the high fees usually charged by the profession, of who have been the dupes 01 ignorant pretenders. All disr eases of a certain class successfully treated by correspon- dence, and a cure guaranteed in every case. Letters must contain \Qs, by pa»t-office order or stamps, and a full detail of the case, when medicince and advice that! be sent, as wilt in most cases effect a certain cure.— The Medical Friend, with anatomical plates and prescriptions, free on receipt of 6 stamps to cover postage.—Persons at a distance are in. ited to try the celebrated "Trochis Benidictus." No. 1. Is a remedy for relaxation, spermatorrhoea, aud ex- haustion of the system. No. 2. effectually, in the short spaed of a few days, completely, and entirely eradicates all traces of those disorders which capsules have long been thought an antidote for, to the ruin of the health ot a .t proportion of the population. No. 3 is the great continen- tal leuiedy tor that class of disorders which, unfortuuately, tbe English physician treats with mercury, to the inevitable destruction of the patient's constitution, and which all the satsaparilla in the world cannot remove. Nos. 1, 2, aDd 3 are avike devoid of taste and smell, and of all uauseatvng qualities, They may lie on the toilet table without their use being suspected.—Sold in tin cases at 6s. 6d. each; free by post, Is. fid, extra divided into separate doses, as admi- nistered by Valpeaui Lsllemand, Roux, &c. To be bad only at the sole Dapot, 4. Francis-street, Air-street, Regent- sweet, London, where aH letters are to be addressed to.
v GLAMORGANSHIREMAND" MONMOUT"i<Si-iiiiTI>V INFIRMARY AND ^DISPENSARY. Abstract of House Surgeon's Report to the Board for the Week ending Maj 22, 1855. "mi Remained by last Report 22 o a Admitted since 5 } ~7 "7.2 < Incurable. 1 £ « j Cured and Relieved 1 2 Voied 0f Remaining. 25 j.. /Remained by 1 ast Report[.372 o p l Admitted since 31^ .2 < Incurable Q a I Cured and Relieved 34 \Died 2j Remaining ".»;y Medical Officers for the ensuing Week. Physician Dr. Vachell. Consulting Surgeon Surgeon.00. E. Evans, Esq. Visitors Rev. T. Stacey and Mr. R. Tredwen. JAMES T. RUDALL, H o use-Surgeon.