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IL BUSINESS ADDRESSES. I BOOKS FOR THE MILLION. TO BE OBTAINED AT JESTER* JLTAIL OFFICE ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. PRICE, Is.: POST FREH,ls. 3d, CLOTH BOUND, GOLD LETTKKED PUBLISHED AT 2s. 6d. EACH. Actress's Daughter—M. A. Fleming. Alice—Bulwer Lytton. Anna Lee—T. S. Arthur. At the Mercy of Tiberias. Advice to Young Men, fee.—W. Cobbett. Arabian Nights. Arthur, T. S.—Anna Let. Alden, Mrs.—Interrupted. „ —New Graft on the Family Tree, Alcoct, Miss—Little Women and Good Wives. Ainsworth—Miser's Daughter. Barnaby Rudge—Dickens. Barriers Burned Away-E. P. Roe. Basket of Flowers and Lena Riven-H. J. Holmes. Bride's Fate—Mrs. E. Southwortla. Bunyan, J.—Pilgrim's Progress. Bronte, E.—Wuthenng Heights. Bennett, Mrs.—Jane Shore. Bronte, C.—Jane Eyre. „ Shirley. „ Tenant of the WindfellllaU. Carried by Storm—M. A Fleming. Changed Brides—Mrs. Southworth. Cottage Girl—Mrs. Bennett. Cottage on the Cliff-Mrs. C. Mason. Cebbett, W.—Advice to Younj Men. Cervantes—Don Quixote. Cummins-The Lamplighter. Cockton-Svlvester Sound. „ —Valentine Vex. David Copprrfield—Dickens. Dombevand Son—Dickens. Don Quixote—Cervantes. Disowned—Lytton. De Foe—Robinson Cruott. Daisy—E. Wetherell. Dickens, C.—Barnaby Budge. „ —David Copperfield. „ -Dombey and Son. „ —Martin Chuzzlewit. „ —Nicholas Nickleby. m >—Oliver Twist. „ —Old Curiosity Shop. „ —Pickwick Papers. „ —Sketches by Bos. j „ Cottage GirL „ —Gipsy's Bridet Edith Lvle. Edna Browning. Ernest Maltravers-Lyttoa. Engene Aram-Lytton. Eve of St. Agnes—Mrs. C. Mason. Endless Chain. Evans, A. J.—VashtL I Fair Rosamond-Miller. From Jest to Earnest—Roe. Farmer of Inglewood Forest—E. Holme. Forest Girl. Forest House. Fleming, M. A.—Actress's Daughter. M —Carried by Storm. M) Queen of the Isle. Gentleman's Book of Manners. Gipsy's Bride—Mrs. Bennett. Gaskell.—Mrs. Mary Barton. Gretchen—Mrs. Holmes. Gideon Gilee-The Roper. Handy Andy—Lover. Harry Lorrequer—Lever. Heart Histories and Life Pictures. Her Shield. Heart of Midlothian—Scott. Holme, E.—Farmer of Inglewood Forest. Holmes, M. J.—Banket of Flowers, k „ —Gretchen. „ —Mildred. Inez—A. J. E. Wilson. Infelice-A. J. E. Wilson. Interrupted—Mrs. Aldea. Ivanhoe—Scott. Ingraham-Prince M the House of David. n —Throne of David. „ -Pillar of Fire. Jack's Cousin Kate—S. C. Kenyon. Jacob Faithful—Marrvat. Jane Eyre—C. Bronte. • .T^ne =!hore—Mrs. Bennett. Jessamine! Jew's Daughter. King's Own-Marryat. Kenvon, E. C.—Jack's Cousin Fate. Knight of the Nineteenth Century-Roe. King's Daughter. jfii iff; T>*dy .TanA Grey. Little Frolic. Jjadv's Book of Manners. • LumpHarhter—Ctistmras. Little Women and Good Wives—Miss Aloott. lust Days of Pompeii—Lytton. Living a» d Loving—V. Townsend. 5 Lever—Harry LdtVequet. Lover—Handy Andy. —Rory O'More. Lytton, Bulwer—Alice. „ —Disowned. „ —Ernest Maltravers. „ —Eugene Aram. „ —Lash Days of Pompeii. „ —Paul Clifford. M — P»Ibam. » —RienzL rf"' rf"' Margies, The—E. J. MoN. Mildred—Holmes. Macari»-rA. J. Wilson. Maria Marten. Maijan Grey. MarT Barton—G ask ell Martin Churrlewit—TMcVens. Melbourne House—E. WetherelL Miser's Ds uffhte-—Ainsworth. ,1 Miller, T.—Rovston Gower. Maxwell—Stories ,f Waterloo. More, E. J,-1,e Margies. Marry at—Ta cob T'aihbfuL £ „ —Peter Simple. v"" „ —Kine's Own. —Poacher. The Mason, Mrs. C.—Cottage on the Cliff. n —Eve of St. Agnes. Kaonx—Webb. Pichotas Nicklebv- Dickeft8. New Graft on the Family 1ree-Hn. AIdeD. OUver Twist—DiAW- Opening a Chestnut Burr—Roe. Old Curiosity Shop-Dickne. Pa meta- Rièbarrlson. PiUar of Fire—Ingraham. Poacher, The—Marrvat;. Prince of Mie House of David—Ingraham. Pickwick Papera—Dickens. Passaees from the Diary of a late Physician. Pelh am—Lvtton. Pins, Needles, and Old Tarns. *<& Porter—Scottish Chiefs. g Pilgrim's Progress—Bunyan. Pnhlic Reciter. Peter Simple-Marryat. Oveechv—W arner. Queen of the Tsle—Fleming, J? IFE si—Lytten. PobfneCTi Oueoe. Rory O'More "Richardson—Pa me?*. Rovston Gower-T. Miller. Ronintr Stone. Roe, E. P.—TCnieht of the Nineteenth Centory „ —Barriers Burned Away. w —From Jest to Earnest. „ —Ten Thousand a Yea?. M —Onenmp a Chestnut Burr. „ —Without a Home. Shirlev—C. Bronte. Sketches bv B07—DirVras. Stories of Waterloo—Maxwell. R*. Wino—A. J. K. Willis, Simdav Sunshine. Susan Honely. Rvlvester Rowd—CockteAi Scottish Cb'-f"—Porter. 8hadow ou t.he Home. Story of M»rv- Storv of Mi'dred. Scott. Sir W.—Tvanhoe. „ —Heart of Midlothian. Southworth, Mrs. E,-lbide'8 Pate. Stowe, Mrs. Beecher-trllcle Tom's Califs, Tea Thousand Year—Warren. Tenant of Windfall1 BaD-Bronte. Throne of D^vid—Ingraham. Thackerav, W. M-—Vanity Fair. Townsend, V.—giving and Loving. n —While It Was Morning. TTncle Tom's Cabin—Bee<;her Stowe. Vanitv Fair—Thackeray. Vashti—A. J. Evans. Valentine Vox-Cockton. While It Waa Morning—V. P. Townsend. Without a Home-Bee.. y 1 BUSINESS ADDRESSES. T ARTISTICANDINEXPEN D SIYE FURNITURE AT -ti MODERATE PRICES. K J^ TRAPXELL & GANK, THE ART FURNISHERS AND A. P CARPET WAREHOUSEMEN. P ^|- BRUSSELS CAPETS. „ BORDERS WOVEN ON. -LM E9ft. x 9ft £ 2 2 9 9ft. x 10ft. 6in 2 9 0 9ft, x 12ft. 2 16 0 Ij1 10ft. 6in: x lift. 3in 3 13 JLU AXMINSTER CARPETS. L TT BORDEIRS WOVEN ON. LBORDEBS WOVEN ON. 9ft. x 9ft. £ 3 18 0 T, 9ft. x 10ft. 6in 4 11 0 10ft.6in.xlltt.Sm. 5 13 9 INDIAN CARPETS TURKEY CARPETS.. -A. LINOLEUM. LINOLEUM -»■ -^y BEST VALUE IN TltE TRADE. JM Is. 11 Jd. per Square Yard. Our 2s. 6id. Quality Uneqoalled. D INLAID TILE D I, LINOLEUM. PATTERN WARRANTED NOT TO WEAR OFF. a Vj COCOA DOOR MATS. WIRE MATS. A WINDOW BLINDS. CORNICE A POLES. J\ N TRAPNKLL & GANE, N 38 AND 41, QUEEN-STREET, E CARDIFF. Catalogues Free. Carriage Paid. JuJ 56289-2 FORTIFY YOUR CONSTITUTION AGAINST PISEASE BY TAKING GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE BEST REMEDY OF THE AGE For NERVOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, WEAKNESS, CHEST AFFECTIONS. LOW SPIRITS. LOSS OF APPETITE. LOW SPIRITS. LOSS OF APPETITE. I MELANCHOLY. BLOOD DISORDERS. GWILYSU. EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. What are its effects? 1. It assists and promotes Digestion. 2. It strengthens the Nerves and Muscles. 3. It cleanses and Purifies the Blood. 4. It Enlivens the Spirits. 5. It removes all Obstructions and Impurities from the human body. 6. It gives tone to the whole system. 7. It strengthens and Fortifies those part3 which have been Weakened by Disease. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE b TTERS. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. Sold in 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. Bottles. See the name "Gwilym Evans" on Stamp, Label, and Bottle. This is important, as there are numerous imitations. SOLE PROPRIETORS: QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY (LIMITED), LLANELLY. SOUTH WALES. 26185 JJIiECHAM'S PILLS. B EECHAMS PILLS EECHAM'S PILLS, Worth a Guinea a Box. BEECH A MS PILLS, For Bilious Attacks. EECHAM'S PILLS For Nervous Disoroers. ■ •EECHAM'S PILLS, JL> For Indigestion in all its forms. BEECHAM'S PILLS. For Wind and Pain in the Stomach. BEECHAM'S PILLS. For Sick Headache. ERCHAM'S PILLS Have Saved the Li-res of Thousands. EECHAMS PILLS^ For GiddintftS. BEECHAMS PILLS. For Fulneas and Swelling after Meals. ETECHAM'S PILLS Are Worth a Guinea a Box. BEECHAMS PILLS. A wonderful Medicine for Females of all Ages. FIECHAM'S PILLS Are Adapted for Old and Young. GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF 30 YEARS. These world-renowned PilU hold the first place in the world as remedies for PILF. and GRAVEL, and the common disordsrs of the Stomach. Bowels, Liver, and Kidneys. There is not a cinlised nation under the sun that has not. experienced their healing virtues. GENERAL SYMPTOMS :-Patns in the back. loins, between the shoulders, and in the region of the heart, stomach, liver, and kidneys. coristipation, wind, griping, colic, biliousness. suppression and retention of urine, pains in the (thighs, palpitation, giddiness, depression of spirits, general debility, and ether symptoms too obvious to point out. Those Remedies do not profess to do the imposaiNe—to care all the ills flesh is heir to. V bat the proprietor. howe\er. does claim is 1 "George's Pile and Gravel Pills." he discovered Remedies of extraordinary virtues and efficacy for two of the most painful eonlmon disorders that trouble mankind u8 ant* Gj^vel) and their accomoanvijig a~ pains; medicines which never fail to ay°.i even in old and neglected forms of tliese complaints, whilst in cases of more recent date satisfactory cures may be con- tidpntty expected from their healing action. -.Ee three forms of these remedies — No. l-~GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. M. 2.—GEOR.JE'S GRAVEL PILLS. £ °- 3 —GEORGE S PILLS FOR THE PILES. The P»*oprietor has in his possession thousands of testimonials from all parts of the world, of which the following are offered as fair samples — From the originator of the movement in favour of taxing Royalties and Ground Rents for local purposes: — "I have looked over nnndreds of Original testi- monials received by Mr. J. E. Georsce. Hirwain. bearing upon enres effected bv his 'Pile and Gravel Pills.' The writers of these letters are unanimons tn their testimonv to the Marvellous Remedial Powers of JUr. George's Remedies. I look nr.on the bundle of testimonials placed before me as a Satisfactory Proof that he has. by his discovery, been the means of alleviating the pains of a multitude of «ufT*t'ers. "D E. Wl^LTAMS ("J.P for the Counties of Brecon and Glamorgan.") From the RECTOR OF ALBrR tH. "Alburgh Rectory. Harleston. "Dear Sir,-T have foand voar No. 3 Pills it). valuable. and I know no Pills so effectual as an auerient for those who unhappilv have a ten- dency towards constipation. I have been nnxions to write to vou in testimony of ray grateful sense of obligation t, yon. Tou are. indeed, a benefactor to the sufferer. Your Pills have in mv rsqtb. fand I im now in my 77th Tear). if not ntf'Jed to the length of mv days, for that, has been entirely in the hands of God. certainly contributed largely to the comfort and enjoyment (f mv life, notwithstanding a weak heart and a feeble fr:»me —Tours faith- folly. "(IFFAS W LnHR." Sold by an Chrmillt," ar i Patent Medicins Vendors, in botes, at IS. Hd. and 2s. 9d. each- By post. Is. 3d and 3s. e2717 BUSINESS ADDTBBSSZS. X READ THIS X TUDOR WILLIAMS' J3 A T E N T JG A LS A M OF O N E Y. AN ARTICLE THAT SHOULD BE IN EVEUY FAMILY. A PREPARATION CONTAINING HONEY GATHERED ON THE MOUNTAINS OF WALES AN ESSENCE OF THE PUREST AND MOST EFFICACIOUS HERBS. A REMEDY ALWAYS PLEASANT TO TAKE. "An Analytical Chemist" writes:—I consider Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey the Best Cough Cure on the Market; thoroughly up to date, and contains no poison. ABSOLUTELY PURE, THEREFORE BEST. Thousands of Children Die Annually from Bron- chitis. Whooping Cough, and Croup. IT IS INVALUABLE FOR WEAK- CHESTED MEN, DELICATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. It Cnres Coughs. Colds. Asthma, and Tight- ness of the Cliost. Loosens the Phlegm, and Promotes Expectoration. Produces Warmth and Comfort to the Chest and Gives Refreshing Sleep when Nights of Rest have been Lost. IT CURES FOR ONE SHILLING WHEN POUNDS HAVE BEEN SPENT IN VAIN. LARGEST SALE OF ANY COUGH CURE IN THE WORLD. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS TO HAND. Sold by all Chemists and Stores in Is. lid.. 2s. 9d.. and <3. 6d. bottles. Sample bottles sent (post paid) for Is. 3d., 3s„ and 5s.. from the Inventor- D. TUDOlt WILLIAMS, MBDICAL-HALL. ABERDARE. e29118 sESSIONS AND SONS (LIMITED), MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF Timbers. Slates. Joinery, Cement. Chimney- pieces. Monuments, Lavatories, Baths, Ranges, Grates, and all Building Materials. PEN ART H R 0 AD, CARDIFF. "P LARGEST SHOWROOMS IN WALES. A CROWN IN THTI POUND SAVED. R. L. PHILLIPS AND CO. THE POPULAR FURNISHER3, Bag to announce the Opening of their FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT AT 7, BRIDGE-STREET, CARDIFF With a Large and Varied Stock of all kinds of FURNITURE, CARPETS. LINOLEUM. OILCLOTHS, c BEDSTEADS. BEDDING, And other Articles too numerous to mention. FURNITURE FOR THE COTTAGE. FURNITURE FOR THE MANSION. Furniture at prices never before heard of in this Principality. Messrs. R. L. PHILLIPS and CO. having been successful in securing the whole of a Manufac- turer's Stock of Furniture at a price much below. the original cost on account of his retiring from business. will offer the same for Sale at equally Low Prices. CALL AND INSPECT OUll STOCK. A visit will convince you that you can save 5s.inthe.E. DON'T FOR GETT HEADDRESS:— R. L. pHILLIPS AND CO THE POPULAR FURNISHERS 7, BRIDGE-STREET >Hayes End), CARDIFF, e64S8 DON'T COUGH-USE D"N T COUGH—USE JQON'T COUGH—USB There is absolutely no remedy x4. •peedy and effectual. One Lozenge alone gives reliei; can be taken by the mos delioate. EATING'S LOZENGES JG" £ ATING"S LOZENGES KEATING'S LOZENGES If you cannot steep for congliing, one Keating'a Lozenge will set you right. Any doctor will tell you they a.e TTTTERLY UNRIVALLED. IJTTERLY UNRIVALLED. TTTTERLY UNRIVALLED. Soid everywhere in tins IMd. each, or free on receipt of stamps from THOMAS KEATING. Chemist. London. e4705 SCOTCH TWEEDS FROM THE FACTORY TO THE WEAKER DlKWr. SAVING ALL INTERMEDIATE PROFITS. HAVE YOU WRITTEN US? If not. do so ut onco, for patterns of our Bar- gains in Suitings and Trouserin.es. Speciality, our Famous "Retord Reign Tweed." Choicest des''gn«. latest novelties; fast colours. Patterns sent fiee. 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