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BUSINESS ADDRESSES. ^erYSTWYTH. JOHN JAMES, TEA, WINE, AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, LONDON AND PROVINCIAL STORES, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. TEA DEPARTMENT. TEAS. No. Per lb. No. Per lb. 1 Strong Kaisow Tet 1/6 I 4 Rich Strong Oopack Tea '3/0 2 Good strong Family Tea 2,0 .:> Very rich full-flavoured Tea 3'4 3 Very fine Choice Black 2/8 6 Choicest Moning Souchong and ivaisow lm- To which we call your special attention. ported. 8,8 COFFEES. Fine JAMAICA 1/4 The Essence of these Coffees in bottles at 1/and 2/ only Finest PLANTATION 1 requires boiling water to make a cup of excellent Coffee Finest EAST INDIA. Vg instantly. Rare and Choice MOCHA Finest Foreign Chicory lOd. per Pound. COCOAS AND CHOCOLATE. Cocoa Nibs, finest Trinidad 1/4 Dunn's Iceland Moss 1/ Flake Cocoa, genuine ••• 1/4 Fry's Pearl Cocoa, .j. Packets 0/» Ground on the premises. Do. Spanish Chocolate, Cakes |v* Choeolate Powder, loose 1/0 Peek's Chocolate (recommended) EPPS'S HOMOEOPATHIC COCOAS, 1/4 per pound. RAW AND REFINED SUGARS AT MARKET PRICES. Also Currants, Rasins, Muscatels, Sultanas, Oranges, Lemons, &c. MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. It is impossible to enumerate the numerous articles comprised in this department; suffice it to say, families will find the stock as extensive and varied as in any of the largest Metropolitan Establishments—including HUNTLEY AND PALMER'S AND PEEK FREAN'S BISCUITS, ALSO, CROSSE AND BLACKWELL'S GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. WHITE WINES. „ — T. Gall. Doz. Bott. j Gal. Doz. Bott. SHERRY, agreeable Light Wine 9/- 18/- 1/6 Ditto very soft, pale, nutty Ditto excellent Dinner Wine 10, 20/- 1/8 flavour.„ lo/- 0 Ditto Standard Pale Wine 12/- 24/- 2/- Ditto ditto, Gold ditto. 15/- SO,- -o Ditto Standard Gold Wine 12/- 24/- 2/- OLD RICH SHERRIES, 36/-42/-48/ and 60/ per dozon. RED WINES. t> +1- Gall. Doz. Bott. Gall. Doz. Bott. PORT, Sound useful Wine 9/- 18/- 1/6 Ditto dry Old Wine, recommended 18/- dbr o,- Ditto fine fruity Wine 12/- 24/- 2/- Ditto Choice Vintages 42/—48/—o4/- and 60/- Ditto full flavoured Old Wine 13/- 30/- 2/6 WHITE FRENCH WINES. 91/9/ SAUTERNE, fine quality 24/- 2/- MARSALA, finest imported /4<- Ditto extra quality, recorn Ditto, good sound Wine, grown m mended 30/- 2/6 Sicily 9<" 18<" CHAMPAGNE. „ Pints. Qts. Pints- (^s- Moet and Chandon's 3/6 6/6 J Clicquot and Co. 3/G 6/6 Perrier Jouet and Co 3/6 6/6 First qualitjes. RED FRENCH WINE. Pints. Qts. Doz. Medoc, excellent Dinner Wine 0/9 1/6 Burgundy, fine soft Wine 2/- 24/- DeArcy 1/- 2/- Ditto highly recommended 2/6 30 SistracRacheleon 1/3 2/6 Ditto extra quality 3/6 42/- Chau Mauton. 1/6 3/- Chau Grana La Rose 1/9 3/6 SPARKLING HOCK. Bottles. Doz. Bottles. Doz. Sparkling Hock 3/- 36/- Sparkling Hock 4/- 48/- Ditto ditto 3/6 42/- STILL HOCK. Still Hock 2/6 30/- Still Hock 3/- 36/- SPARKLING MOSELLE. Sparkling Moselle. 3/6 42/- SPIRITS. BRANDY, Pale or Brown, very Otard, Dupoy, and Co.'s Finest French useful 18/- 36/- 3/- Brandies. 4/6 54/- Ditto dLitto, highly recommended 21/- 42/- 3/6 Ditto Ditto V.S.O.P., Old Pale 6/6 78/- •Ditto ditto, Martell's, finest im- WHISKEY, Scotch, very old, re- ported in wood 24/- 48/- 4/2 commended 18/- Bott. Doz. Ditto ditto 10 years old, Martell's Finest French Brandy— unequalled 21/- 42/- 3/6 Ditto one 4/6 54/- WHISKEY, Irish, fine old, reeom- Ditto two 5/6 66/- mended 18/- 36/- 3/6 Ditto three* 6/6 78/- Ditto ditto 10 years old, Hennessy's Finest French Brandy- equal to Brandy 21/- 42/- 3/6 Ditto one 4/6 54/- RUM, fine Jamaica 16/- 321- 2/8 Dittr. two 5/6 66/- Ditto, extra quality, very old 18/- 36/- 3/- Ditto three* 6/6 78/- HOLLANDS, John de Kuyper's. 3/- BRITISH LIQEURS. Ginger Brandy 1 3/0 Peppermint, &c I 3/0 Orange Bitters j Cherry Brandy, &c., &c. ) BOTTLED ALE & STOUT. Guinness & Co.'s Extra ) Bass & Co.'s Pale Ale J BRITISH WINES. Orange .) Black Currant .) Ginger > 1/4 Red ditto > 1/4 Raisin .J And other kinds .) BOTTLES CHARGED TWO SHILLINGS PER DOZEN AND ALLOWED FOR WHEN RETURNED. TERMS :—CASH. FINEST OLD CHEDDAR CHEESE ALSO, PALE AND SMOKED WILTSHIRE BACON. AGENT FOR BASS AND CO. LIST OF PRICES TO THE TRADE FOR THE SEASON ENDING 1st OCTOBER, 1876. Per Kil. Per Barrel. Per Kil. Per Barrel, Mark India Pale Ale triangle 30/- 60/- I f No. 3 30/- 60/- fNo. 1 42/- 84/- -VT-IJ ALPS. J No. 4 27/- 54/- Strong and Bottling Ales < No. 2 36/- 72/- es No. 5 24/- 48'- (.No. 3B 33,- 60/- (No. 6 21/- 42/- AGENT FOR GUINNESS AND CO.'S EXTRA DUBLIN STOUT. RELIANCE HOUSE, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, (Opposite the Meat Market.) WILLIAM PROBIN, WORKING LAPIDARY, JEWELLER, AND SILVERSMITH, BEGS to inform the Gentry, Inhabitants, and Visitors of Aberystwyth, that he has now on hand a well- selected Stock of Diamond Rings, Wedding Rings, Signet Rings, and Gem Rings. Bright and coloured Gold Jewellery, in all its branches, made upon the premises. Every article warranted. Also a large Stock of Whitby Jet and Bog Oak Ornaments. Old Gold and Silver purchased. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Neiv and Second-hand Plate. ABERYSTWYTH. THE QUEEN'S HOTEL, (Facing and within 50 yards of the Sea.) ♦ BOARD, RESIDENCE, AND ATTENDANCE, THREE AND A HALF GUINEAS PER WEEK. TARIFF ON APPLICATION. W. H. PALMER, Proprietor. (And at Hoop Hotel, Cambridge.) JOHN ROBERTS, GOGERDDAN ARMS, AND LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. WINE AND SPIRIT STORES, 1, BRIDGE STREET, (Round the Corner.) A First class Smoke Room, and the Largest Billiard Room in Wales. PRICE LIST: WINES. PER BOTTLE SPIRITS. PER BOTTLE. s cl. s. tl. g *Woid Clar et 2 0.2 « to 3 fi Fine Old Brandy, Pale or Brown 3 6* to 4 6 Port .3 0 to 5 0 Kartells. 4 6 to 5 6 p>, Sherry" .2 J to 4 0 Fine Old Irish Whiskey I'3 0 to 3 6 ^ampagnes 5 0 to 6 0 Scotch ditto 30 „ 3 6 „ Moet and Chandon's 0 0 to 7 0 Very I me Jamaica,Rum 2 9 Hock, Chablis, Burgundy, Mos'elle, I The finest Brands are Best London^Gin 1 °. 3 g and all other Wines j sold at lowest pnc Ditto Hollands g 0 to 3 6 Th°se who appreciate a glass of good Scotch Toddy'should Good Cigars 12s. per 100 try my Mountain Dew—it is really a treat out of Scotland Foreign Fine ditto lGs. »> Ditto a splendid bold Cigar for smoking in Dublin Stout ditto J?* per d°Z' or out of doors .14s. per gurton Bitter and Mild Ales in 9 and 18 galloncasks at (These are really a splendid Cigar.) Brewer's Prices, carriage paid. N.B.—Families are respectfully informed that none but good sound Wines and Spirits are sold at The Lion. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. GOOD HORSES AND STEADY POST BOYS. A Break leaves the Hotel every morning at 9.30 a.m., for Devil's Bridge. Fare, 4s. SALES BY AUCTION. IELD, ABERYSTWYTH. MONTHLY SALES OF LIVE STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS, &c. Mil. G. T. SMITH begs respectfully to announce that he will hold Monthly Sales of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, Agricultural Implements, Carriages, &c., in the Smithfield, Aberystwyth, on the FIRST MONDAY IN EVERY MONTE, At Twelve o'clock. ENTRIES FOR THE SALE ON MONDAY, AUGUST 6TH, Respectfully solicited, To be sent in at least a week previous to sale, to be in- cluded in catalogues and advertisements. TERMS :—2.1, per cent. on amount sold; and a small fixed Entry Fee for unsold lots, to meet expenses. 4@ SETTLEMENT ON THURSDAY AFTER SALE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. THE MILITIA BARRACKS, BALA, MERIONETHSHIRE. MR. EVAN JONES has received instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction, On THURSDAY, the 9th day of AUGUST, 1S77, on the premises, at 2.30 p.m., the Militia Barracks, in one or more lots, as may be decided at the time of sale, and subject to such conditions as will be there and then produced. The property is well situated in the town, and affords a good opportunity for investment. It stands on an area of nearly 2,000 square yards, and was originally erected at a cost of £ 3,000. At a moderate outlay it can be converted into good and commodious dwelling houses. The Corrugated Iron Shed, lately put up by the county at a considerable cost, is easily removed. The Building and Shed are in an excellent state of preserva- tion. The Sale will take place in the Board Rooms, on the premises as above. For further particulars apply to the CLERK OF THE PEACE, at Portmadoc, or to the AUCTIONEER, Mount Place, Bala. July 3rd, 1877. MERIONETHSHIRE. Important Sale of very Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, BUILDING SITES, AND HOUSEHOLD PROPERTY. MR, EVAN JONES has received instructions from the representatives of the late Miss Jones, of Glantryweryn, Bala, to Sell by Public Auction, in the following or such other lots as may be decided upon at the time of sale, On THURSDAY, the 23rd day of AUGUST, 1877, at the Plascoch Hotel, Bala, the following FARMS, BUILDING SITES, HOUSEHOLD, SHOP, AND COTTAGE PROPERTY, viz.:— LOT 1.—MYNYDD Y GAER, In the parish of Corwen, in the occupation of Mr. Michael Thomas, containing 20. 0. 26, situate on the turnpike road from Corwen to Bryneglwys, about 3 miles from Corwen, and stands opposite to Caenog, on the other side of the road. LOT 2.—PENCELLI, In the parish of Llanfor, and in the occupation of Mr, William Davies, is a compact little tenement in excellent cultivation. The buildings are substantially built, and the house is pleasantly situated. LOT 3.-GARTH GOCH, In the parish of Llandderfel, in the occupation of Mr. David Rowlands. The house is pleasantly situated on the hill overlooking the Dee Valley, and surrounded by well wooded hills, and is a well appointed house in every respect. The buildings comprise farm, stable, cowhouse, cartshed, piggeries, &c., all in good state of repairs. LOT 49-FFR DD Y BYRGOED, In the parish of Llandderfel, in the occupation of Mr. Richard Roberts, containing 1. 3. 24. This is very eligible for a building site, it commands a full view of the Dee, and has the magnificent mansion and grounds of Pale, and the well wooded hills and rich fields of Fronheulog right in front of it. rlhere is also at one corner of it a never- failing spring of the purest water. The hill behind is well wooded, and the field is sheltered from both north and east winds. LOT 5.—WAEN FAWR, In the parish of Llandderfel, in the occupation of Mr. Hugh Davies, containing 5. 0. 18. This is a very eligible building site, having a southern aspect, lying on the ex- cellent turnpike road between Bala and Corwen, and having a plantation of young timber rising behind it. LOT 6.—GLANTRYWERYN, In the town of Bala, is a genteel residence, with a good garden behind (in hand) containing 494 square yards. LOT 7.—HOUSE AND OUT-BUILDINGS, Situate on the corners of High-strejt and Tegid-street, lately in the occupation of the executor of the late Richard Roberts, Esq., merchant, containing 128 square yards, exclusive of the yard, this being common to Lot 8 as well. LOT 8.—HOUSE, SHOP, AND OUTBUILDINGS, Situate in Tegid-street, in the occupation of Mr. Moses Roberts, containing 123 yards, exclusive of the yard, this being common to Lot 7 as well. LOT 9.—FOUR COTTAGES, Situate in Tegid-street, in the several occupation of Owen Williams, Ellen Jones, Catherine Davies, and Sarah Evans, containing 122 yards. Particulars and plans of the property may be had on application, from J. R. JONES Esq., solicitor, Bala, JOHN LLOYD, Esq., 15, Richmond-terrace, Liverpool, the principal hotels in the district, and from the AUCTIONEER, Agency Office, Mount-place, Bala, July 18th, 1877. RADNORSHIRE: VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. THOMAS JONES, on WEDNESDAY, the 25th day of JULY, 1877, at the Lion Hotel, Rhayader, at one o'clock in the afternoon (subject to con- ditions), in one or such other lots, as may be agreed upon at the time of sale, all that very eligible Freehold Farm, called TANLLAN, situate in the parish of Nantmel, in the county of Radnor, containing 36 awes or therealxmts of Arable, Meadows, and Pasture Land. This desirable Estate is intersected by the turnpike road leading from Rhayader to Penybont, and is distant four miles from Rhayader, four from Penybont, and four from Llandrindod Wells. Mr. Williams, of Dole, Nantmel, the tenant, will show the premises, and further particulars may be had upon ap- plication to the AUCTIONEER, New Court, Llanybyther, R.S.O., and of Mr. F. R. ROBERTS, Solicitor, Aberyst- wyth. BUSINESS ADDRESS. MUSIC W AREHOUSE. A STOCK of First-Class PIANOFORTES and HARMONIUMS FOR SALE OR HIRE ON MODERATE TERMS, AT MR. E V A N S'S Organist of St. Michael's Church, No. 8, PIER-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Agent for Messrs. Chappell & Co.'s Prize Medal Piano- fortes, and Alexandre's Ortran Harmoniums. All new Music at Half Price.—Pianofortes Tuned. MRSr~ETEYANS7S DINING AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS, 8, Market-street, Aberystwyth. Hot Dinners daily at one o'clock. Roast and Boiled Joints, Chickens, Ducks, &c., always ready. Mrs. Eeans begs to call attention to her Pies, Puddings, and Tarts, made daily or to order. Oyster and Veal es Patties, Fruit and Preserve Tarts, Cakes, Buns, &c., fresh daily. Tea and Coffee at any hour of the day. USE THE CRYSTAL PERISCOPIC AND EUREKA NEUTRAL TINTED SPECT-KCLES & EYE-GLASSES. TOO much cannot be said as to their superiority over the ordinary Glasses worn, producing a Clear and Distinct Vision, as in the Natural Healthy Sight. The material from which the Lenses are ground is manu- factured specially for optic purposes. Before buying Eureka Glasses see that the Manufacturer's trade mark (Eureka) is marked thereon. Spectacles from Is. per pair. Agents Aberystwyth R. DOUGHTON, China Dealer, opposite the/Town Clock. Machynlleth: J. REES and SON, Watch and Clock Makers, Silversmiths, Jewel- lers, &c., Maengwyn-street. SALES JBY ^A.UCTION^ MONTHLY SALES. ABERYSTWYTH SMITHFIELD. MR. E. J. MORGAN, Auctioneer, begs to state that he will have monthly sales of Live and Dead Stock in the Smithfield on Aberystwyth Fair Days. The next Sale will be held on AIONDAY, AUGUST 6th, at One o'clock. Entries and applications for terms to be sent to Mr. E. J. MORGAN, auctioneer, Penllwyn. NOTICE. "jlTR. O. DANIEL, Auctioneer, Valuer, and Estate 1V± Agent, Towyn, begs to announce that he has OPENED an OFFICE at MACHYNLLETH, and re- spectfully solicits the patronage of the nobility, gentry, and inhabitants of the town and surrounding country. SALES and VALUATIONS of LAND, HOUSES, LIVE STOCK, FURNITURE, and all other personal Effects, undertaken with care and personal supervision. OFFICES—MAENGWYN STREET, MACHYNLLETH, and HIGH STREET Tow IN. Towyn, Jan. 1st, 1875. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. ABERYSTWYTH. AGRICULTURAL SEED, 1877. EDWARD" ELLIS, 7 & 8, PRINCESS-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS respectfully to return thanks for the kind -D support given him during the last 25 years in the seed trade, and calls particular attention to the splendid stock he holds this season of all kinds of Agricultural Seeds, Seed Potatoes, Early and Late. E. E. begs to acquaint the nobility, gentry, agricul- turists, householders, and others, that he holds an Auc- tioneer and Valuer's Licence. SALES AND VALUATION UNDERTAKEN WITH CARE. k200 to R400 may be had on mortgage on freehold property.—Apply to E. ELLIS, Auctioneer and Valuer. PAPER HANGING WAREHOUSE. T. THTMAS, PAINTER, &c., I 12, Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. A CHOICE STOCK OF PAPER HANGINGS, From the Best Manufacturers. CHIMNEY AND OTHER GLASSES. A Good Assortment of OLEOGRAPH PAINTINGS, PHOTOS, &c. Pictures framed in Gold, &c. All kinds of Moulding for Frames Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Lead, Closets, &c., &c., at very moderate terms. BOOTS. SHOES. BOOTS. For Sand Boots, For Sea-side Boots, For Sand Shoes, For Sea-side Shoes, For Button Boots, For Lace Boots, For Elastic Boots, For Glove-kid Boots, For Summer Boots, For French Boots, For Men's Boots, For Women's Boots, For Boys' Boots, For Girls' Boots, For Babies' Boots, For GOOD Boots, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT READY MONEY PRICES, GO TO D I C IK S Repairs of every description done neatly and with despatch. NOTE THE ADDRESSES ABERYSTWYTH—16, Darkgate-street. MACHYNLLETH-Maengwyn-street. DOLGELLEY—Victoria Buildings. BARMOUTH-Church-street. LAMPETER-High-street. I i ISAAC AND GEORGE LLOYD, COACH BUILDERS, Little Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF REPAIRS EXECUTED Country Orders Promptly Attended to. THOSE LADIES WHO SAVE THEIR COMBINGS OF HAIR can have them disentangled, roots turned, and properly pre- pared and arranged into Twists, Plaits, Coils, Chignons, &c., by H. P. HAWKINS, ARTIST IN HAIR, 23, Pier Street, Aberystwyth. 'c BUSINESS ADDRESSES. ABERYSTWYTH, -J' JAMES McILQUHAM, BRIDGE END HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH. WHOLESALE and Retail Dealer in all kinds of EARTHENWARE, GLASS, CHINA, BIRMINGHAM TV and SHEFFIELD GOODS, &c., &c. Goods Let out on Hire. An experienced Packer kept. SACKS, OIL SHEETS AND TARPAULINGS, a Large Stock always on hand. MRS. M. THOMAS, 3, LITTLE DARKGATE-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, HAS just received her Summer Goods in CHILDREN'S PELISSE COSTUME, ULSTERS FROCKS H A T S & C HOSIERY, HABERDASHERY, RIBBONS, LACE, FEATHERS, BERLIN WOOLS, &c., &c. THOMAS SMITH, FISHMONGER, FRUIT, AND PROVISION MERCHANT. PIER HOUSE, PIER STREET, And NEW MARKET HALL, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Wiltshire Hams and Bacon. Licensed Dealer in Game. Cambridge Sausages. The Choicest Fruits and Vegetables of the Season. IMPORTANT NOTICE. GREAT REDUCTION TN consequence of certain parties pushing- and selling Sewing Machines under the makers' price lists I have REDUCED the well known £ 4 4s. Machines to £ 3 9s. Cd. cash, and other prices in proportion. -Jjjpjir PE0PKIET0E EVAN MORGAN, =' Drapery Establishment, 21, Great Darkgate-Street, Aberystwyth. -c-c MACHINES ON HIRE. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1820. WILLIAM JULIAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, TEA, COFFEE, PROVISION, AND FLOUR DEALER, 10, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. A constant supply of First-Class Australian Preserved Meats, Labrador Salmon, Lobsters, Sardines, &c. HOME-CURED BACON AND HAMS. A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF CROSSE AND BLACKWELL'S GOODS. SLATES! SLATES!! SLATES! R. ROBERTS and SONS, MERCHANTS, ABERYSTWYTH, AVE pleasure in drawing the attention of Builders, Contractors and others, to the excellent Slates which -Ll they are now supplying. These slates are of light colour, and contrast agreeably with the dark blue slates hitherto sold in the district. They are of first rate quality and cheap. R. ROBERTS and SONS are now discharging ex Wellington a cargo of Pitch Pine Logs sawn and hewn. Quotations on application. ESTABLISHED 1750, JONATHAN HILL, WHOLESALE CABINET MANUFACTURER, TIMBER, MAHOGANY, & OAK MERCHANT, > Merchant Street, BRISTOL. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION TO TRADE OXLY. MACHYNLLETH. —————- — THOMAS'S CELEBRATED WELSH GRIPE POWDER FOR HORSES, Is. 6d. per Bottle \Uo GR1 MIXTURE FOR HORSES. 2s. Gd. per Bottle. ALTERATIVE AND CONDITION POWDERS FOR HORSES, Is. per pound packet. Prepared only by JOHN THOMAS, Chemist, Machynlleth. — Directions :accompany each bottle and packet. Sole Agent for LONG S SCAB LOTION for Sheep. A certain citre for Scah. ESTABLISHED 1812. -—— Proctor and Ryland's Bone Manures, PREPARED FOR TURNIPS, GRASS, WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, POTATOES, &C. ALSO, SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. BIRMINGHAM AND CHESTER. A Price List, with particulars of Prizes offered for 1877, Post Free on application. Mr JOEL MORGAN, Brvn-yr-ychain, Aberystwyth. Mr R. GILLART, junior, Llynlloedd, Machynlleth. Mr JOHN HUMPHREYS, Coal Merchant, Towyn. Messrs. JOHN EVANS and SON, Llanbedr. Mr WILLIAM MORGAN, Llanfihangel, Borth. IMPORTANT TO ESTATE AGENTS, BUILDERS AND OTHERS. EDWARDS and EVANS BEG to announce that they have OPENED A BRANCH DEPOT AT PENCADER STATION (and will shortly do so at LAMPETER), where they will keep a Stock of SLAVES, TILES, BRICKS, &c., OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT MOST MODERATE J US Materials will also be sent to any other Station a equally reasonable prices. A Representative will visit PENCADER on THURSDAYS, and LAMPETER, FRIDAYS (Market Days), wio will give every information as to Prices, &c. All communications (which will receive prompt attention) to be;addres«ed— EDWARDS AND EVANS, BUILDING MATERIAL MERCHANTS, Office: TREGARON. N.B.—We beg to add that these arrangements will not interfere with our present Wholesale Slate Trade. TYN-Y-GROES INN, NEAR DOLGELLEY, NORTH WALES. HENRY THORNTON, LANDLORD. CONVENIENT STABLING. A HORSE AND CAS. KEPT. TYN-Y-GROES INN.—This Inn is situated five miles from I>ol«elley, on the direct Turnpike Road to Tan-y-Bwlch, and stands on an eminence overhanging the right bauk of the River Mawddach, which three miles lower down forms the celebrated Barmouth Estuary. It commands a most beautiful and extensive view of the River and the Vale of Ganllwyd. Within easy access are the following objects of interest: Nannau Park and the Precipice Walk the Rhayader Du; Rhayader Mawddach, and Pistyll-y-Caia Waterfalls, whilst the whole of tbe surrounding country abounds in Scenery attractive to the Tourist and Artist, in the Summer and Autumn the Elvers Mawddach and Eden afford excellent Salmon and Sea Trout Fisihing, and in the Spring there is good Trout Fishing in the neigh- bouring Lakes and Tributary Streams. Inconsequence of spurious imitations of LEA AND PEREINS' SAUCE, wlzidz are calculated to deceive the Pttblic, Lea ani perrins ve have adopted A NEW LABEL, hewing their Signature, thus, 64/J{7 which is placed on every bottle of WORCESTERSHIRE SA UCE, and without which none is genuine* I rZr Sold Wholesale by the Proprietors, Worcester; Crosse and Blackwell, Legaon; wa Exp-ort Oilmen generally. Retail, by dealers in sauces throughout the World.