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IMPORTANT TO ADV^kTISERS rpHE Counties of SO^H WALES, bor- JL derin^ on England, °ffer tbe most valuable and profitable fields for ADVERTISERS that can be found within the "fune extent in the empire—if we exclude the great Metropolis, and the rich teeming districts of the ever-productive, the ever-absorbing NORTH. MONMOUTHSHIRE, GLAMORGANSHIRE BRECONSHIRE, with their large population, commercial enterprise, and rapidily-iticreasing wealth, are, unquestionably, COUNTIES to which Advertisers may look with confidence for an ample return for any outlay they may incur, in pushing their several interests, with a view to large and produc- tive sales, &c. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE MERLIN, LAMORGAN3IIIRE AND BRECON SILURIAN, AND SOUTH ALES DVEKTISER, has been for more than a quarter of a century, the GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF THE DISTRICT. Advertisers desirous of availing themselves of the pub- licity of its columns, are requested to address the Publisher, Mr. CHRISTOPHERS, NEWPORT, MON- MOUTHSHIBB. Advertisements inserted on a Moderate Scale; and when Contracted for by the Year, Half-year, or Quarter, the terms are proportionately reduced. NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION. EXTRACT FROM THE LAST ANNUAL STAMP RETURN ESSURD-eading 31st December, 1851:— 1854. Weekly Average. MONMOUTHSHIRE MERLIN" 110,425 2124 Cambrian. 79,000 1519 Star of Gwent 76,100 14G3 Merthyr Guardian. 61,500 11G3 Swansea Herald. 58,250 1120 Monmouthshire Beacon 30,500 702 Siluri an 35,375 661 At the close of the year 1855, the circulation of the Silurian was added to that of the MERLIN. PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NEATLY & EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE Ulcrlra dtitentl printing (iHt'icc, 15, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT, MON. BOOK-PRINTING, BUSINESS FORMS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, REPORTS, &o. I L L I A 1\1 C 0 ill P T 0 WILLIAM C O M P T 0 N TT TALLOW CHANDLER AND MELTER. TRY HIS RED WICK DIPS. 58, HIGH-STREET, NEWPORT, MON. [2592 EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDAL WEIGHING- MACHINE. HENRY POOLEY AND SON 20 COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT.MON PATENTEES OF THE PLATFORM WEIGHING MACHINE, WEIGH-BRIDGES, &c., 13uitable for all Commercial, Mining, and Manufacturing Purposes. WORKS AT LIVERPOOL. AGENTS for the SALE of DONKEY-ENGINES; IMPROVED TAPS & VALVES; PRESSURE GAUGES, and all BRASS MOUNTINGS for Steam Engines and Boilers, &c. AMERICAN VULCANIZED INDIA-RUBBER BELTING, PACKING, HOSE, &c BOLTS, RIVETS, &c.; MACHINERY BELTING; ■CHUBB'S PATENT FIRE and THIEF-PROOF SAFES. DETECTOR LOCKS, &c. THE FRANKLIN PATENT GAS REGULATOR; TIDMARSH'S PATENT LUBRICATORS OR OIL CUPS; CRICKMER'S PATENT PACKING FOR STUFFING-BOXES, &c, [1015 _I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. THE most acceptable Form of Present to a FRIEND or RELATIVE is a really good and LIFE-LIKE PORTRAIT, which can be obtained in sases, frames, lockets, brooches, &c., of VILLIERS & ANDREWS, ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS, 59, High- street, Newport, Monmouthshire. [1870 W- I L L I A M HOWARD CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, 2, RUPERIIA-STREET, NEWPORT, (Late Assistant to W. W. Morgan, Esq., SurSeon.) Genuine Drugs, Chemicals, and Patent Medicines, 1 le- scriptions and Family Recipes accurately Dispensed. Horse and Cattle Medicines, Havannah and other Cisars, Meerschaum Pipes, Tobacco, Snuffs, &c., &c. [2671 THE PLANTING SEASON. JOHN CRANSTON has now ready his DESCRIPTIVE PRICED CATALOGUES OF TREES AND PLANTS for the present Season, and which he will be happy to forward free upon application. No. I.-THE ROSE CATALOGUE. This Catalogue contains a CO ec ion Of upwards of 500 varieties, carefully arranged, With full and accurate descriptions, &c. No. 2.—THE FlvUIl I REE CATALOGUE, contain- ing a descriptive list ol .11_ the f|ne3t varitties of Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Cherries, Fi^s, Grapes, Currants, Gooaebemes, &c<> No. 3.—THE TREE AND CATALOGUE. In this Catalogue are given the heights and pricos of a)j Forest Trees, such as Larch and other lirs, Ash, Oak, Elm, Spanish Chesnut, Hawthorn Quick. &c.; aiso ajj hardy ornamental Trees an t Shrubs, together with a very choice collection of CONIFERS. Intending puichasers of the latter highly interesting hardy Tress are respectfully solicited to inspect the Plants, as the value of each cannot be estimated by mere quotation of prices and sizes given in Catalogues, and the value also much depending upon the treatment which they have received when young. No. 4.—THE PLANT CATALOGUE, containing a choice collection of Greenhouse, Stove, Bedding, and Hardy Herbaceous Plmts, &c., &c. No. 5. -G.RDEN AND AGRICULTURAL SEED CATALOGUE. This Catalogue will shortly be published, with a choice stlectton only of all the very finest varieties of Garden Seeds, Nowe, Seetlf;> &c also Turnip, Mangold Wuizel, and othei »ncultural seetis> NURSERIES —IIING A ACRE, NEAR HEREFORD. [2672 IMPORTANT^ IF you want to BORROW MONEY at -L a Cheap and Easy Rate, 90 to Air W. WILLIAMS 16, Dock-street, Newport, iion., ana INSURE YOUR LIFE, and, with security, yon can haye any amount from £ -50 up to £ 1000, re-payable by ''alf-yearlj Instal- ments in three years, with interest at o per cent [2311 KNIFE CLEANERS—BEST & CHEAPEST, j CROWDEN AND G A R R O D S C PATENT INDIA-KUBBF.R KNIFE-BOARDS. New, Cheap, and Effectual Substitute for Buff Leather, &c., tit knije CUaninir, at one-fourth the price. Bj use of which a clean, well-polished knife is obtained with- out uselessly wearing it out, while a savin* of time and labour is effected, Sold Retail, at Is. 6d Teach and up- wards, by the Ironmongers in every town. Wholesale only, at the Manufactory of CROWDEN & GARROD, (Successors to Tuos. KENT and Co., the celebrated paint- ing and General Brush Manufacturers) t FALCON-SQUARE, LONDON, (E.C.) *j- Spurious articles of a similar kind being in the .Market, it is necessary to osberve the names of CROWDEK l""» &r °° ,he OT »'» 8" » „ -v -11 others are counterfeitg. TNRVR MBY MR- MIDDLETON Cardiff, by T. ad WEIGHT M A^' HERNE Brecon, by HODGES and S? W'T R «n PtOWELL' Neatb, T. Andrew; Mer- |A/r# n T# Griffith, Iionmongers, [2616 GENTLEMEN who desire a superior FIT and FINISH should try C. MILNES, TAILOR AND TROWSERS MAKER, 158, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. [1013 THOMAS DAVIES, WOOLLEN DRAPER, AND TAILOR, 24, HIGH STREET, NEWPORT. rF^HE ORDER DEPARTMENT is well I supplied with BROAD CLOTHS, BEAVERS, WITNEYS, SEAL SKINS, &c., for Winter Coats. A great variety of fashionable TROUSERINGS. A GOOD FIT AND FASHIONABLE STYLE Guaranteed, equal to any London House, at a third less price for the same quality. TDAVIES'S STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING is very extensive and varied, all made under his own inspection, work warranted, a good fit certain from the vast number of sizes always on hand. TD.'S CLOTHING-FOR CHILDREN, BOYS, and YOUTHS, has given general satisfac- tion, and may b-2 had in very great variety of sizes, style, and material. OUTHS'AIND SHIRTS JL MADE TO ORDER. A choice Assortment of YOUTHS'AND GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS Ready-Made, his own Manufacture. FRENCH HATS AND CLOTH CAPS. [2438 -L T S. STONE has the largest STOCK of Z, NEW AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY ever exhibited in Newport, most of which took the First Prize at the recent Meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society. Catalogues and Price Sheets sent free by post to any address. Implement and Wheelwright Work<. Great Dock-street, and Stand, Cattle Market, Newport, Mon. Sept. 8th, 1858. 1002 RAILWAY WORKS, AND BRIDGE-END FOUNDRY, NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. JAM ES M U R P H Y, ENGINEER. RAILWAY-WAGGONS FOR SALE OR HIRE. Broad and Narrow Guage wrought and cast-iron Wheels and Axles in Stock. FOR SALE, TWO TO THREE HUNDRED RAIL- WAY WAGGONS—hired on lease for a term of years to responsible parties (in several contracts). Licenses Granted for making or using the following Pa- tented Railway Improvements:— MURPHY'S WROUGHT-IRON DOYE-TAILED RAILWAY-WHEELS, By which perfect safety is ensured from accident, by the fracture of a tyre. FISH-CHAIR, with safety bolt and nut fastenings. WROUGHT-IRON LONGITUDINAL BEARINGS, applicable to the double-headed or deck-beam Rali. Also the RAILWAY STEAM BRAKE. 1166 H. P. BOLT, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, NEWPOHT, MONMOUTHSHIRE, HAS FOR SALE a large assortment of GLAZED STONE-WARE DRAIN PIPES of the Best Staffordshire Clay, varying from 3 inches up to 18 inches, with all requisite Junctions Bends, and Syphons. Also, a fiiffe assortment of TERRA COTTA GOODS, for ornamenting Pleasure Grounds, ko. A variety of" NORWAY" SPARS on hand. [2402 T^AMILY" MILD ALE AND PORTER X BREWERY, I LAN ART ll- S TR RET. WILLIAM P E N N Y, (Late of the Anchor Brewery.) IN CASKS OF 4A GALLONS AND UPWARDS. [2595 GALVANISED IRON WORKS AND WAREHOUSE TEMPLE BACKS, BRISTOL. Galvanised Corrugated Iron Roofing, Sheet Iron, Hoops, Nails, Fencing Wire and Wire Netting, Coal Scoops, House Pail", Buckets, Bowls, Basins, Milk-pans, Turnip, skips, Iron-rimmed Riddles, Laves, Gutters, and Down Pipes Wrought-iron and Welded Tubing, for Gas and Water pirposes, kept in Stock. All descriptions of WROUGHT and CAST IRON WORK GALVANISED. [2660 Q. I N A D II Æ S ION, o THE NEW PROCESS INDIA RUBBER WATERPROOF FABRICS. JAMES HEYES & CO. (late Beesley & Heyes) beg to call public attention to their newly-invented process for WATERPROOFING witfe INDIA RUBBER. This process entirely changes the nature of Caoutchouc, ren- dering ii no longer dissoluble in essential oils or naphtha, and entirely free from surface adhesion. J. H. & CO. have much pleasure in publishing the fol- lowing Testimonial, and hereby publicly warrant all arti- cles Sinadhaesionised by them to stand the heat of any climate. Testimonial from Captain Beckett, steam-ship Sovereign. Messrs. JAMES HEYES & Co. Gentlemen -The Sinadhsesion Waterproof Coat and Leggings supplied to me last year have proved all I could wish. The Coat furnished to me for Captain Organ, ship Coquimbo, has also given him great satisfaction, for, after liavino- sailed to the West Coast of South America and back,°I saw his coat in as perfect a state as when pur- chased. He speaks highly of it, saying he never before had anything equal to it. I can, therefore, strongly recommend your Waterproof Garments to all those fre- quenting hot climates. Steam-ship Sovereign. W. J. BECKETT. JAMES- HEYES & CO., CORN-STREET, BRISTOL; 83, BREGGATE and COBURG-STREETS, LEEDS And WALL-STREET, NEW YORK. [122 HENEKEY'S COGNAC, a pure French Brandy, pale or brown, 20s. per gallon, 42s. per dozen. LONDON BRANDY, pale or brown, 14s. per gallon, 30s. per dozen. LONDON GIN, M from the still, alid the strongest allowed, 12s. per gallon, 26s. per dozen. Packages to be returned within three months, or charged Is per gallon. Six gallons, the cask not charged. Country onlel's must contain a remittance. HENEKHAS, ABBOTT, AND CO G lU Y S- INN DISTILLERY 22 and 23, H'S1' L°ndon, W.C. Established 1831. [2536 QUACKERY DEFEATED, EXTORTION- ATE FEES AND MEDICAL CHARGES ABOLISHED.—A Hospital PhysiCian^°; sending, who has had vast experience, and been success of thousands of cases of Nervous and Gener i^'i- °'ss. °* Memory, Failing Sight, Epilepsy, Consump igestion Giddiness, Headache, and the long train ot iscases known as nervous complaints, will send gra .Pos' free, to any sufferer, a copy of liis Book, j,,™ n, which they may recover permanent health m an_ 11 short time, at a trifling expense, and without ieco to any of the so-called remedies of the day, which are entirel) si p seded by his discoveries. Address, enclosing two penny stamps (to pre-pay postage), to Dr.TtfOMSON, 28,Claernce-road,Kentish Town, London. Extracts from bona fide reviews The, doctoi deserves all praise for issuing such a book, the utility of which undeniable"—Christian Times. "This work is 'popular' in Jy sense of the word and its worth is untold."—Baptist o sr,'3'I\ It irely can we recommend a medical work, but we *u this instance honestly.—Literary Gazette. 2G03 ™ NP^EKEEPERS AND HEADS OF FAMILIES IJATENT LENTILIZED COCOA J_ is superior in nutritious element to all others, and being easj o digestion, is better adapted for a general beverage than either Tea or Coffee. Copies of the Reports of Professor Letheby and Dr. Hassail, on the invaluable properties ot the Lentilized Cocoa, may be obtained from Taylor Brothers, Cocoa Merchants, London (the exclusive Manufactuiers of the article), and also from the prin- pal Grocers throughout the Kingdom, who are now selling the Lentilized Cocoa in Canisters at Is. 6d. per lb., and a superior Lentiliaed Chocolate at 2s. per lb. None is genuine unles signed fI TAYLOR BRO. THBS8. [2615 I I H! C R O M W ELL RESPECTFULLY informs the Inhabitants of Newport and its Vicinity, that he has just returned from the LONDON MARKETS with a large Assortment of SHAVVLS, MANTLE^, 1ANCY DRESSES, HOSIKRY, GLOVES, WOOL GAUNTLETTS, KO., &= which will be offered on and after SATURDAY, the 27th instant, at prices which must ensure an immediate clearance. H. C. also invites attention to his STOCK of CALICOES, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, COUNTERPANES, &c all of which are marked at the lowest remunerative profit. NEWPOLLT HOUSE, 14, HIGH-STREET, NEWPORT, MON. [2558 PAPER HANGINGS! PAPER HANGINGS 11 T. P. W ANSBROUGH, PLUMBER, PAINTER, GLAZIER, PAPER-HANGER, &c P and IMPORTER of FRENCH PAPER-HANGINGS, Nos. 4 end 5, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT, MON (opposite the Westgate Hotel), having just received a LARGE and WELL-SELECTED STOCK of PAPER- HANGINGS, from the largest manufacturers in England, begs to offer them at Extraordinarily Low Prices. Gold Paper, elegant patterns, from 4s per piece j all other papers equally low in price. He has also about Five Hundred Lots of Paper (from five to eight pieces in each lot), which will be sold as job lots, ai about one-half the usual price. A large and extensive STOCK of GAS CHANDELIERS. Mark the Address, -1. P. WANSBROUall, 4 and 5, Commercial-streeet, Newport (opposite the Westgate Hotel), Mon. P.S.-All kinds of GOLD MOULDINGS, for Rooms and Picture-Frames, always on hand. The Trade supplied. EXPERIENCED MEN* SENT TO ANY PART OF THE COUNTRY. [2170 PEOPLE'S CONCERTS. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE MAYOR AND A COMMITTEE OF GENTLEMEN. AT A MEETING held for the purpose of instituting a Series of PEOPLE'S CONCERTS, to take place in the TOWN-HALL, NEWPORT, during the Winter and Spring, the following resolutions were adopted :—RESOLVED,— I.-That a Committee shall be formed, of whom five shall be a quorum, for the purpose of organising a Series of Five People's Concerts, to take place at the Town-hall, Newport, in the early part of next year, an l who shall be authorised to obtain Subscriptions of One Pound, in exchange for Two Tickets of Admission to each Concert, which tickets shall be transferable, and entitle the holder to Reserved Seats." 2. That there shall be only Two Hundred Reserved Seats, anil that the remainder of the Hall shall be appro- priated to the general admission of the Public, at an uuiform charge of Sixpence. It is intended to employ the available local professional talent, and to obtain the assistance of Amateurs who may be willing to assist in the promotion of the objects in view. It is proposed that the first Concert shall take pllce about the middle of JANUARY (day to be afterwards named), and that the others shall follow in fortnightly succession. The co-operation of all who are friendly to the movement is invited. „ R. M TOOGOOD,) „ E ED. WELLS, | HON. SECRETARIES. Newport, December 27th, 1858. ESTABLISHED 1812. HAND T. PROCTOR'S TURNIP M A N u R E • Messrs H. & T. P. draw particular attention to this valuable Manure, which contains all the elements neces- sary for the full development of the Turnip Crop, so combined that from their chemical knowledge and long experience, they feel satisfied is most advantageous to the consumer. It has been very extensively usjd by most of the eminent Agriculturists of the day and has attained a high reputation throughout England, Scotland, and Wales, and, they venture to say, is unrivalled for the weight and quality of the Bulbs which it produces. The application of this Manure to the Turnips will be found to benefit considerably the after crops of Barley, Clover, and Wheat. POTATO, GRASS, BARLEY, CLOVER, & WHEAT MANURES. ALSO, BONE DUST, PERUVIAN GUANO, AND SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. WAKRANTED OF THE BEST QUALITY. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. H. & T. PROCTOR, WEST OF ENGLAND DEPOT FOR ARTIFICIAL MANURES, CAT I AY, BRISTOL. N.B.—A Supply always on hand at the STORES, Air. SWIFi'S WAREHOUSE, MONMOUTH. [2667 DENTAL SURGERY. General Notice to Messrs. Mosely's Patients, and those who may wish to consult them. MESSRS. MOSELY, SUR^EON-DE^TISTS, of 30, BjaiiSER's-sxREET, OXFORD-STREET, London, I have the honor to announce that they will, for the future, devote one week in each month to their practice in the Principality, and by which means they hope to meet the convonience of their patients, and so prevent the necessity of their applying elsewhere during their absence. Their day a ^of attendance for JANUARY will be on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, the 14th and 15th, at Mr. J. POWELL'S jStpfaiber, Monnow-street, Monmouth; MONDAY, the 21th, GEORGE HOTEL, Chepstow on TUESDAY, the 25th, at Mr. WILLIAMS', saddler, next door to the ANGEL HOTEL, Abergavenny on WEDNESDAY, the 26th, KING'S HEAD HOTEL, Newport; on THCKSDAY, the 27th, CARDIFF ARMS, Cardiff. Private apartments at all the Hotels. Attendance from Ten to Five. Single teeth, from 5s. Sets, from £ o. Stopping decayed teeth, 2s. Gd. Messrs. MOSELY bee; to call the attention of their pal lents, and those who may wish to consult them, that they can now supply Artificial Teeth, with GUTTA PEK.CHA GUMS or LININGS, whereby a'l pressure upon the remaining teeth is avoided, and entirely superseding the use of wires or ligatures of any description. They are also the Patentees and Inventors of the new GUM-COLOURSO COMPOSITION, v^liioh is added to the Teeth, and prevents the lodgment of the food, and which also restores that youthful contour of countenance, so necessary in the adaptation ot Artificial Teeth. Specimens of these beautiful and useful inventions may be seen, and every information given, free of expense. Every other description of Artificial Teeth, from one to a complete set., at half the usuilpricea. Stopping Decayed Teeth, Scaling, Children's Teeth attended, and every operation pertaining to Dental Surgery. [1926 MODEL FURNISHED ROOMS. MESSRS, TRAPNELL HAVE much pleasure in inviting the attention of PARTIES FURNISHING to their SUITES OF MODEL ROOMS, Recently added to their Premises, apart from the General Stock, for the express purpose of shewing Rooms of various Sizes and Classes, FURNISHED COMPLETE AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. They embrace every class, and afford such facilities of selection and arrangements, as cannot be found in any Estalisbment in or out of London, and will always contain the Principal Apartments of a SIX ROOMED HOUSE, FURNISHED COMPLETE, FOR £ 66 3 EIGHT ROOMED DO. Do £ m to £ 164 6 3 TEN ROOMED DO. Do £219 to £ 4S1 8 0 TWELVE ROOMED DO. Do. £400 to £1000 0 0 SEE OUR FURNISHING GUIDE,. POST FREE ON APPLICATION. These Rooms, in connection with their Extensive MISCELLANEOUS STOCK which is THE LARGEST IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND, Present advantages worthy the consideration of all who require REALLY SUBSTANTIAL FURNITURE, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE FOR CASH. CITY CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY MANUFACTORY, 2, ST. JAMES' BARTON, BRISTOL. ESTABLISHED MORE THAN THIRTY YEARS. [1979 —— — — NEWSPAPER FOR THE FARMING AND GARDENING INTEREST. Saturday, January 1, will be published, price Fivepence, or Sixpence stamped, each volume complete in itself Twenty-four, occasionally Thirty-two, Folio Pages. THE FIRST NUMBER FOR 185V OF THE GARDENERS'CHRONICLE & AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE A Weekly Record of Rural Economy and General News. THE HORTICULTURAL PART EDITED BY PROFESSOR LINDLEY. The FARMING PART (under the Editorship of a practical Farmer) treats of- The Practice of Agriculture Results of Experimental Farming Foresting Agricultural Science Growth and Rotation of Crops Road-making Animal and Vegetable Physiology Management of Stock Farm-Buildings Improvements in Implements, de- Veterinary Science Labourers scribed by Woodcuts whenever Drainage Treatment of Poultry requisite. Irrigation Agricultural Publications Improved modes of Husbandry. In short, whatever affects the beneficial employment of capital in land. Reports are regularly given of the English, Scotch, and Irish Agricultural Societies and Farmers' Clubs—London Markets, Prices of Corn, Hay, Cattle, Seeds, Hops, Potatoes, Wool, Coal, Timber, Bark, &c., and tiie Weekly Avorages. An Edition is also published every Monday in time for post, containing Reports on Mark Lane and the Cattle Market. As REGARDS THE GARDENING PART, (under the Editorship of Dr. Lindley) the principle is to make it a weekly record of everything that bears upon Horticulture, Floriculture, Arboriculture, or Garden Botany, and such Natural history as has a relation to Gardening, with Notices and Criticisms of all Works on such subjects. Connected with this part are WEEKLY CALENDARS OF GARDENING OPERATIONS, Given in detail, and adapted to the objects of persons in every station of life so that the Cottager, with a few ro ls of ground before his door, the Amateur who has only a Greenhouse, and the Manager of Extensive Gardens, are alike informed of the routine of Operations which tlse varying seasons render necessary. It moreover contains Reports of Horticultural Exhibitions and Proceedings—Notices of Nove ties and Improvements—in fact, everything that can tend to advance the Profession, benefit the condition of the Workman, or conduce to the pleasure of his Employer. Wooilcuts are s;iven whenever the matter treated of requires that mode of illustration. REPLIES TO QUESTIONS connected with the object of the Paper are also furnished weekly. Lastly, that description of DOMESTIC AND POLITICAL NEWS is intioduced which is usually found in a Weekly Newspaper. It is unnecessary to dwell on this head further than to s.ty, that the Proprietors do not range themselves under the banners of any Party; their earnest endeavo irs are to wake THE GARDENERS' CHRONICLE AND AGRI- CULTURAL GAZETTE a full and comprehensive Record of Facts only—a Newspaper in the true sense of the word— leaving the Reader to form his own opinions their object being the elucidation of the laws of Nature, not of Mail. The reader is thus furnished, IN ADDITION TO THE PECULIAR FRATURES OF THE JOURNAL, with such information concerning the events of the day, as supersedes the necessity of his providing himself with any other Weekly Paper. Office for Advertisements and Communications, 5, Upper Wellington-street, Covent Garden, London. Parties intending to commnce with the New Volume had better give their Orders at once to any Newsvendor. [8637 4 gulling \\r M. JACK, 6, COMMERCIAL-STREET, » NEWPORT.—Agent for LINCOLN and BEN- :NETT'g celebrated HATS. Hats and Caps of every description, Umbrellas, Tra- velling Bags. Neck-Ties, Shirts, Collars, &c [2632 I NEWPORT STEAM SAW MILL, CANAL PARADE. I WHOLESALE & RETAIL MAHOGANY lARD. &c. TO BUILDERS, CABINET MAKERS, & OTHERS. r,.lT G. LOVELL solicits purchasers to in. II T T < sped his Stock of seasoned and well-assorted MAHOGANY, ready sawa, in all sizes and thicknesses. For Sale, a horizontal High-pressure STEAM ENGINE, 12 inch cylinder, 2 foot stroke, and TUBULAR BOILER, in good condition. Can be seen at work at the above Mill. [2600 R. MATTHEWS and CO., TEA and • COFFEE MERCHANTS, 19, COMMERCIAL- STREET, NEWPORT. BONDED AND FREE STORES FOR SHIPS. l5 TREDEGAR AGRICULTURAL SHOW, 18.53. THE PRIZE for tlis best and most useful AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, CARTS, WAGONS, &C., has been again, for the Fourth Year in succession. Awarded to J. STONE, Newport, M 'n., who Exhibited upwards of 250 different descriptions of Im- plements for Farm and Garden purposes. [2678 TAMES LEACH, Wholesale and Retail BEDDING, BEDSTEAD, GLASS, and CABINET MART, 117. (Joamercial-street. Newport. Everydescrip- ion of Brass and Iron Bedsteads, French, Arabian, Four- ost, and Canopy Bedsteads, in Birch, Mahogany, Wal- ut. and Painted Woods. Furniture bought, or taken in exchange, to any amount. [1111 EXTRACT from C. & W. TRAPNELL'S I J'J FURNISHING GUIDE. GOOD FURNITURE must please the judgment as well as the eye. To this end the following points may be worthy of notice. 1st. Well seasoned materials should be guaranteed. 2nd. Have the most extensive choice. 3rd. All Framings, Supports, &c., should be of the proper size for strength, and of due proporti ;ns for ap- pearance. 4th. The Articles hould be in proportion to the size of the rooms. 5th. Select from the genuine manufacturer upon the largest scale. ——— ESTIMATE No. 1. For Furnishing a Four-Roomed House with economy. KITCHEN. £ s. d. £ s. d. Deal Table, with one drawer 0 10 0 Three Chairs 0 7 6 Towel Horse 0 4 0 1 1 6 PARLOUR. One Kidderminster or Dutch Carpet, 4 yds by 4, for more or less, reckon 2s 3d per yard 1 10 0 One rug to correspond 0 9 0 I One Window Blind 0 4 0 Mahogany Pembroke Table 1 4 0 Six Cane seat Chairs 1 1 0 Chimney Glass, in maple or gilt frame 110 Six Cane seat Chairs 1 1 0 Chimney Glass, iu maple or gilt frame 110 Door Hat 0 3 0 5 18 0 BEDROOM. Largest sired Tent Bedstead, with French polished foot-pillai and Eliip- tic roof 1 5 0 Good Dimitv Furniture 1 4 0 Mattrass 0 14 0 White Milpuff Bed, Bolster, and two Pillows 1 12 6 I Three Blankets 20s, I pair of Sheets 5s 1 5 0 Wbite Counterpane 0 7 9 Painted Wash Stand, 63 6d with Horse 2s 0 8 6 Chest of Drawers 3 ft wid j 12 6 Two Chairs 3s 31 each, cane seats and polished 0 6 6 Good Size Dressing Glass, in mahogany frame 6 6 Bed side Carpet, 8 vrds 0 10 6 9 2 9 SERVANT'S BEBROOM. One Strong Stump Bedstead, French polished 0 14 0 One Millpuff Bed, Bolster, and two pillows 0 17 9 Two Sheets 3s, three Blankets 12s 6d and one Counterpane 2s 9d 0 18 3 Washstand 0 5 0 Dressing Glass 3s, two Chairs 5s 6d 0 8 6 3 3 6 Total £ 10 5 9 ESTIMATE No. 2. For a Six-Roomed House, neatly and comfortably Furnished with durable Articles. IIalt, Dining-room, Drawing- room, Two Best Bedrooms, Tlco Servants' Bedrooms, anol Kitdte11. HALL. Second quality Floor Cloth, say seven square yards at 2s 6d 0 17 6 If* the best quality, add Is per yard. Two Birch Hitll Ciiairs 0 18 0 Door Mat 0 3 0 1 IS 6 DINING PARLOUR OR SITTING-ROOM. One Set Damask Window Curtains. with pole rings and ends complete cur- tains 3; yards long 2 10 0 One Silieia Window Blind 0 5 0 One Stout Kidderminster Carpet 4 yds. by 5, made 20 yds at 2s 6d 2 10 0 Hearth Rug to match 0 10 0 Solid Mahogany Dining Table 5ft 6iu by 3 ft 6 in 2 8 6 Six Mahogany Chairs in haircloth 15s. 4 10 0 Easy recliuing Chair 1 5 0 3 ft 6 in Mahogany Cheffioneer, with doors and drawers 3 5 0 17 3 6 DRAWING ROOM. One set of Damask Window Curtains, with stained rosewood or brass pole, with rings, ends, brackets, &:c com- plete curtains, 3j yds long 2 17 6 Window Blind 0 5 6 Superior Kidderminster Carpet, say 20 yds at 3s 3d 3 5 9 Rug to match .0100 Rosewood Loo Table 3 7 0 Six stained Rosewood Chairs in Damask 2 10 0 Chimney Glass in richly carved and gilt frame 3 5 0 16 0 0 BEST BEDROOM. Birch 5 ft four-post Bedstead 2 2 0 Dimity or Chintz Furniture 2 0 0 Matrass 12 0 Feather Bed. Bolster, and two Pillows 4 4 0 Three Blankets 1 2 0 One Pair of Sheets 0 7 0 Counterpane 0 9 0 Painted Washstand, Table, and Horse 0 15 6 Dressing Glass 0 8 6 Two Bedroom Chairs, polished 0 6 6 Window Blind 4s & Bedroom Carpet 8s 0 12 0 13 8 6 SPARE ROOM. Full-size l French Bedstead 1 10 0 liimity Furniture 1 0 0 015 0 Milpuff Bed, Bolster, and two Pillows 1 18 0 Three Blankets 1 0 0 A pair of Sheets .0 7 6 White Counterpane 0 9 0 Painted Washstand, Table, and Horse 0 14 0 Chest of Diawers 1 2 6 Dressing Glass 0 6 3 Two Chairs 0 7 0 Bed-side Carpet 0 3 0 9 12 3 SERVANTS. Servant's Donble-sized Bedstead 0 8 6 Milpuff Bed Bolster, and two Pillows 0 18 0 A pair of Sheets 4s, three Blankets 15s 0 19 0 Grey Counterpane 0 5 0 Washstand and Table 0 10 0 Two Chairs 5s 6d, Glass 2< Gd 0 8 0 3 8 6 KITCHEN- Deal Table wish one flap 0 12 0 Four Chairs 12s, Clothes Horse 5s -.017 0190 Four Sheep and Wool Door Mats 1 16 0 Total £ <•:?, 16 3 OBSERVE THE ADDRESS, MRSSRS. C. & W. TRAPNELL, CITY CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY MANU- FACTORY, 2, ST JAMES' BARTON BRISTOL. FOR SALE, Furnished or Unfurnished, a JL First Class FAMILY MANSION, replete with every convenience, in one ef the best parts of CLIFTON Down. For.cMda to yiew, &c., upply.nsjkbore. [2002 RIME PICKLED OX TONGUES, p AT FES.YELL'S FISH, GAME, AND FRUIT WAREHOUSE, HIGH-STREET, NEWPORT. [2610 WHERE DO YOU DINE ? GO TO THE LORD RAGLAN, CO M MERC IAL-STR EET, NE WPOR R. ORDINARY LTERY DAY AT ONE O'CLOCK. PRICE Is. r2694- THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOR EVER. SEE VILLIERS & ANDREWS" STEREOSCOPIC PICTURES. [1870 Coal Direct from the Colliery. THE Public are respectfully informed they can be supplied with the BEST HOUSE COALR from the Cwsi COLLIERY, delivered to any part of Nevr port, within the Toll Gates, as follow Best Screened House Coal. 12s. Od. per Ton. Through and Through Do. 9s. 61. „ Small or Smith a Do 7s. 6d. To parties sending their Carts or Waggons from the Country, giving notice of the same the day previous (to prevent disappointment) or taking a Truck, a considerable reduction will be made. A liberai allowance to Retailers.. TERMS, CASH. Orders received for Half a Ton and upward*, at the CWM COAL OFFICE, 159, Commercial-road, Newport.Mon. 2520 MR. GRAHAM YOUNG, SURGEON DENTIST, of No. 7, PARX- S STREET, BRISTOL, attends periodicals (as for the last 12 years) at NEWPORT, the first WEDNESDAY, and at CARDIFF, the following TidL KSDA.Y iu every Month, when he may be consulted on all cases relating to his Profession. Mr. YOUNG'S next visit will occur as follows NEWPORT-At Mr. Wansbrough's, No. 4, Commercial- street—Wednesday, January 5th. CARDIFF—Mr. Perrott's,'Tailor, No. 2, Duke-street. —Thursday, January 6th. [863 [A CARD.] MR. R. N. OSBORNE, SURGEON-DENTIST, 17, DOCK-STREET, NEWPORT. [1127 TEETH. MESSRS. LEVASON AND ROBERTSON, CLRGEON DENTISTS, 11, BRIDGE-STREET HEREFORD. One of the Firm wi 1 at'end Monmouth Newport, Abergavenny, and Brecon FORTNIGHTLY. DAYS OF ATTENDANCE. MONMOUTH—Wednesdays. Oct 20th, Nov. 3rd & 17th, Dec. 1st, 15th, aud 23th, at the BSAUFORT ARMS HOTEL. NEWPORT—Mondays, Oct 25th, Nov. 8th and 22ud, Dec. 6th and 20th, at the IÜ.G's HEAD HOTEL. ABERGAVENNY-Tuesdavs. Oct. 26th, Nov. 9th and 23rd. Dec. 7th and 21st., at the ANGEL HOTEL. BRECON-Wednesdays, Oct. 27th, Nov. 10th and 24tb, Dec. 8th and 22nd, at the CASTLE HOTEL. N.B.—Constant Attendance at 11, Bridge-street, Hereford. l2278 a Tlte Parliamentary Rcport on Food has exposed the fact that ichile the Chinese will use none but TEA, they, to increisc the profit, colour most of that sent to England. The Sanitary Commissioners examined 74 samples of the Black and Green in f/en -ral use, of whtih 54 were found coated wi I h powdered colour. "Always Good alike" HORNIMAN's PURE TEA the Leaf not covered with color. ■ /1- C; T R o y G RICH, -• .jjlgng FULL-FLA"\ OUKED ■i 3 j S5 jrj~ g" jf- TEA is thus secured to tbe e t—jsf- Public, as importing it before »LRIL§ If & ft ]R 5- he ( Lhieie r< ver (( u ith roLiur Mfi r 'n JtiL —i.. ea ers it impossible for any 13 a Town low-priced autumn. leaves to be made to appear — equal to the best,and so passed, HOI'.XIMA.V J TEA WAKEuou-UA, joff to the c tnsumer at a high St" c,t*I-«-Hpric?. The Lancet {\ ongman, Metale exclutirrh ) s I ni j.. r — jJ ip 31S) states of hunumnts Teas :—" The Green not being covered with Prussian blue, &c., is a dull olive the Black is not intensely dark wholesome and good Tea is thus obtained. Pi ices, 3s. 8d 4s., an 1 4s 41. per lb. Sold exclusively by Authorised Agents throughout the kingdom, aud only in Packets. LOCAL AGENTS. APERDAKH Jones.—Thomas. LONOOK..Pir ssell Com hill ABERAVOX..Evan Evans. LTDNEV ..Hathaway. ABEBVSTWITH Jones, Pier-st MOXMOUTH.-Farror. Baker,&c ABERGAVEXSV Go»den (late MEKTHYR Stephens, liiek Hirst ;.—Watkins, High St. street. ABEUSYCHAX Wood, Stamp- NEWPORT..JONES,5.High-st office. Ditto..CHEEKY,41, Commercia BRISTOL.. Ferris. Union-street. street. Cr.IRKHOWELL..Christopher. Ditto. BATTERSHILT., 173, Com- CowBRiixjE Thoma. High-st. mercial-street. CAEnTFF..Kernick, '23, Duke-st. POXTYPOOL and Ditto ..James. Bute-street., Wood. Stamp Office. CHEPSTOW.. Taylor, St. Mary- SWANSEA Wilson, Castle sqr street Ditto..Harris, Oxford-stree CoLEFor.o..Williams. Ditto.Glover, Castle-stree GLOUCESTER..Fouracre. Cross. USK..Edwards. CoLEFor.o..Williams. Ditto.Glover, Castle-stree F r GLOUCFSTEP. Foitracre. Cross. USK..Edwards. [2060 AN ACT OF GRATITUDE.—o0,000 t Vpies 'of a Medical Book for gratuitous circulation.— GEORGE THOMAS, Esq., having been effectually cared of nervous debility, loss of memory, and dimness of Bight, resulting from the early errors of youth, by fKlhiv.-iuo^th* instructions given in a Medical Work, by a Physician, he considers it his duty, in gratitude to the author, and for the benefit of nervous sufferers, to publish th'? means used. He will therefore send free, to any a,1,ires". in a sealed envelope, on receipt of a directed envelope, enclos- ing two stamps, to pre-pay postage. it copy of tiie medical work, containing every information require'—A<idress, G. TIIOMAS, Esq., Craven House,, 2522 UNCLAIMED MONEY. 1VTOW READY, Price One Guinea, DE 1 y BERNARD Y'S INDEX REGIS IE., for Next of Kin, Heirs at Law, Legatees, Suitors, t' apturs, and of Unclaimed Property in Great iibti". the Colonies, &e., from 1754 to 18*36, being a co->il it ion of 50,000 names of parties whose relations, heirs, xeo Iors, or legatees, have been advertised for during t!ie .■ bovo perioJ.—Mr. DE BEKXARDY, Foreign L v .'gent, 9, Northumberland-street, Strand, London, W 6'1 HORNIMAN'S PURE TEA—Aw J,S yood -LI alike. E. DRUGGIST, 4I: COMMER- CIAL STREET, NEWPORT, recommends ib. s • w.i).),.wn Teas with the utmost confidence the repute in v. hi h -1-ey are held every where has been acquired bv -LeT > !iy ex- cellent quality, aud also from their b,.in¡.; :w !o, -od ali'ce. borniman an 1 Co 's Tc ts have u/ tifi itil cu ourivg Oil the x r/cg, for, consisting wholly of the clio:ce Sj-iittg gatherirg, there are no brvwi flavouilcSc leaves that want to be d s.,iLise.i with a coat of colour consequently defi- cient strength is neier fruud in th/ se leas, s-olll seen ■! in packets. (;11 fjpHE ILLUSTRATED LONDON XENS X for S ATL RDA"i JAXUARY 1st, the following splendid ENGRAVINGS :—Urea .ing the Tee. Portland, Maine, I uited Sta'es. A Heavy St a at Brighton. Portrait of Private Wilson of the 7S'.h High- landers. Mr. itobsou as "San son Bun," iu the •' Purler's Knot," at the Olympic Theatre. Portrait- of >1. Bali'e. 'lhe last Scene from the new Opera of "Sat;wdL. at Covent Garden Theatre. Bishop Latimer presenting a Copy of the New Testament to Henry V111. as a New Year's Gift. Oil King CYal. Dancing Beat-n in India. London Out-Door Music (Thirteen Illustrations^. A Sketch on the Deck of the "Great Eastern'' doting the late Public Inspection. The Ya;, or Thibet Ox. Gaz-iat Oxen. St. Matk's Church, Delor,:i,.e, Tasmania. The D'Eyncourt Memorial \Y iudo\V in Liucolu Ca bvdral. Fashions for the Ntw Year. PROCLAMATION OF THE QUEEN'S POWER I; INDIA Auckland H.)mi (Hall of All Nations), Calcutta, Illuminated; the Rsdenceof Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy at Bombay, lllnmimted; Reading the Proclamation ^tC;/c it-ta. With tbe LATEST FOREIGN AND COLONIAL (INTELLIGENCE, and all NEWS OF THE WEEK.—Piicj õd. stomped] 6"i. Ofiice, 198, Strand,