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¿\(tttrtø$t, I IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS rrH ill Counties of SOUTH WALES, bor- dering oa England, offer the most valuable and piofitable fields for ADVBb1'ISERS that can be found v. ;thin tho "aule extent in the empire-if we exclude the great Metropolis, and the rich teeming districts of the e* 3r-productive, the ever-absorbing NORTH. MONMOUTHSHIRE, GLAMORGANSHIRE BRECONSHIRE, w; th their large population, commercial enterprise, and it ridilymiQcreasiug wealth, are, unquestionably, COUNTIES to which Advertisers may look with confidence for an <tsiple return for any outlay they may incur, in pushing thair several interests, with a view to large and produc- tive sales, &c. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE MERLIN, LAMOUGAN31IIRE AND BRECON SILURIAN, AND SOUTH ALES DVEUTISER, 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- MOUTHSHIRE. Advertisements inserted on a Moderate Scale; and when Contracted for by the Year, Half-year, or Quarter, the iwmaare proportionately reduced. NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION. Extract FROM THE LAST ANNUAL STAMP RETURN ItBUED-ending 31st December, 1854 :— 1854 Weekly i804. Average. MONMOUTHSHIRE MERLIN 110,425 2124 Cambrian. 79,000 1519 StarofGwent 76,100 14G3 Slerthyr Guardian. 61,500 llG3 Swansea Herald 58,250 1120 Monmouthshire Beacon 36,500 702 Silurian 35,375 GG] At the close of the year 1855, the circulation of the Siiuriau was added to that of the MERLIN. PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NEATLY EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE IBcrliit (UtireraI ^riutiirfj Office, 15, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT, MoT. BOOK-PRINTING, BUSINESS FORMS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, w- CIBOULARS, CARDS, REPORTS, &C. TTT" ILLIAM COMPTON YY TALLOW CHANDLER AND MELT Ell. f THY HIS RED WICK DIPS. 58, HIGH-STREET, NEWPORT, MON. [2592 EXHIBITION PRIZ E MEDAL WEIGHING- MA CHIN" K. HENRY POOLEY AND SON 20 COMMI3RCIAL-STREET, IVBWPORT.MON PATENTEES OF THE PLATFORM WEIGHING MACHINE, WEIGH-BRIDGES, kc-, Slitable 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 BELTtNG, PACKING, HOSE. kc BOLTS, RIVETS, ko. 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 FOlt STUFFING-BOXES, &c, [L015 HORNIMAN'S PL RE TEA—always good 11 ullk. E. CHERKY, DRUGGIST, 41, COMMER- CIAL STREET, NEWPORT, recommends these well-kn»wn l'eaii with the utmost confidence the repute in which they arc held everywhere has been acquired by their very ex- CeUent quality, anil also from their being always r,<>od <iUKe. iiorniinan and Co.'s Teas have tin artifii ial colon) itig -0', the surface, for, consisting wholly of the choice Spring a 'I &&th ering, there are no brown flavourless leaves that want to be disguised with a coat of colour consequently defi- cient strength is neie1' feund inlhtse leas. Sold secured in packets. ° 2(61) UNCLAIMED MONEY. Vow READY, Price One Guinea, DE 1\ BERNARDY'S INDEX REGISTER for Next -of Kin, Heirs at Law, Legatees, Suitors, Prize Captors, and of Unclaimed Property in Great Britain, the Colonies, fee., from 1754 to 1356, being a compilation of 50,000 names of parties whose relations, heirs, executois, or legatees, have been advertised for during the above period.—Mr. DE DERXAIIDY, Foreign Law Agent, 9, Northumberland-street, Strand, London, W.C. [2G11 M THE PLANTING SEASON. JOHN CRANSTON has now ready his U DESCRIPTIVE pi\^ePtCATALOGUES OF TREES AND PLANTS for the present Season, and which he will be happy to forward free upon application. No. I-THE ROSE CATALOGUE. Ibis Catalogue contains a collection of upwards of 500 varieties, carefully arranged, with full and accurate descriptions, occ. No. 2.—THE FRUIT TREE CATALOG! E, contain- ■*> ins; a descriptive list of all the finest varieties 01 Apples, J Pears, Plums, Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Cbemes, Ifigs, Grapes, Currants, Gooseberries, &c., &c. „„TTr, NO; 3.-THE TREE AND SHRUB CATALOGUE. In tiJ» J^atalo^ue are given the heights and prices of Forest^Irees such as Larch a-id otlnn- Firs, Ash, Oak, Llr.i, ^hesnut, Hawthorn Quick, &c. also all haply or"' a* Trees and Shrubs, together with a very Intending purchasers °f, e ■ Interesting hardy Trees are respectfully ■oLci te. to -1 tlauts, as the value of each cannot be est ( y qdotation of prices and sizes ^iven m Ca .rogues, thev^6 a^so 111 uch depending upon choice collection of Oreonhou^ stove 'v' 3 A Hanly Herbaceous PI ,nts, &c., &c. ove, Leading, and No. 5.-GARDEN A.\ D AGIHCUI T S^FD CATALOGUE T!;i, V.iui a choice silectmn ouij ery finest varieties of Garden Seeds Flower Seed?, &<=. *oturui l ™ eUcs Woijsel, and other Agricultural 8^s- P' ^dll=okl N'JP.series —KING'S ACRE, NEXR IeReford [2672 KVIFE CLEANERS—BEST & CHEAPEST, r 1 R O W D E N AND G A 5 S Vj' Latent INDIA-RUBBER knife-^o^uds J. e. Cheap, and Effectual Substitute for Buff J R •» Knife Cleaning, at one-fourth the price. J iae ot which a clean, well-polished knife is obtained witn- out uselessly wealing it out, while a suing of time ami .abou- j8 gg'gQ^d. Sold Retail, at Is. GJ. each and UP" wards, by t)ie Ironinon^ers in every town. Wholesale 011 J> at tho Manufactory of CROWDEN & GARROD, v ucceS8ors to Too3. KENT and Co., the celebrated paint- inn- and General Brush Manufacturers), „ FALCON -SQUARE, LONDON, (k.o.) ■w Sp,nrious articles of a similar kind being in the anTo" it is NECESSARY to osberve the names of CROWDEN l- t,a,?0D are on the Boards, or you may get a worth- -sx op.titute_ » i ,$»• All others are counterfeits. .Tutst 1U '^EWpORT> by Mr. MIDDLETON Cardiff, by T CKOSS and Hebne Brecon, by HODGES and Mr. POWELL; Neath, T, Andrew Mer- •*•. Griffith, Iionmongers. [2646 i TO THE FREEHOLDERS AND ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF BRECON. GEN.TLE-AIEN, -Allow me to tender you my most warm and sincere thanks for the dis- tinguished honour you have conferred upon me, by this day unanimously electing me, as the Representative of your important County. It is a matter of the deepest regret to me that I was wholly prevented by indisposition from having at the hustings an opportunity of thanking you in person, and explaining to you those views and piinciples which shall guide and control my course in Parliament. Having by your generous confidence thus obtained so high a distinction, it shall at all times be my steady aim and most anxious desire to assist, to the utmost of my power, the furtherance and improvement of your local interest, thereby convincing you more essentially than by mere acknowledgments, how sensibly I ap- preciate the valued trust you have so kindly reposed in me, and also how gratefully I subscribe myself, GENTLEMEN, Your faithful and obliged Servant, GODFREY CHARLES MORGAN. Tredegar Park, December 28tli, lb58. VICTORIA ROAD CHAPEL XEWl'ORT. 'V A BAZAAR, on an extensive scale, for the SALE of FANCY and USEFUL ARTICLES, in aid of the Fund for the Erection of the above Chapel, will be held in the Spring. Contributions, in either Money or Articles, will be thankfully received by Alis. POLLAHD. Maindee; or by the Misses LITTLE, High-streot; Mrs. BRIAN, Gold-tops Mrs. EWINS, Commercial-street; and Mrs. HAWKES, Coinmercial-road, Newport. The amount already promised or paid to the above Fund is £1,128 lis. 2^1. Newport, January Gth, 18-59. CENTENARY OF BURNS. IT has been resolved to celebrate the CENTENARY OF BURNS, (25th JANUARY, 1859), by a PUBLIC DINNER, AT tho KING'S HEAD HOTEL, Newport, open to all admirers of the Bard of Scotland j and a Oouu 111 it too has been formed to carry out the arrangements. D. R. WILLIAMSON", Esq of the Lawers, Perth- shire, has kindly consented to preside on the occasion. Dinner Tickets, 12s., including a bottle of wine. Gentlemen who propose dining on the occasion, will oblige by sending in their names as early as possible to Mr. LLOYD, or to J. C. l'ATlillSON, STAR OP GWENT Office.} TIIOS. WILSON, Dock-street, Secretary ^Secretaries to the Caledonian Society. ) Newport, Mon., Dec. 23rd, 1858. 2711 A SINGLE GENTLEMAN may be accom- modated with BOARD and LODGIXG in a small respectable f miilj, where he would eujoy the comforts of home.—Apply, It," Office, Newport. THOMAS DAVIES, | WOOLLEN D 1.1 A P E It, AND TAILOR, 24, HIGH STREET, NEWPORT. rPHE ORDER DEPARTMENT is well a supplied witli HROAD CLOTHS, BEAVERS WITNESS, SEAL SKINS, &c., for Winter Coats. A great variety of fashionable TROUSERINGS. A GOOD FIT AND FASHIONABLE iii G uar:m teetl, equal to any Loudon House, at a thiiu less price for the same quality- rP DAVIES'iS STOCK OF READY-MADE -i- CLOTHING is very extensive and varied, all made under his own inspection, work warranted, a good fit certaiu from the vast number of sizes always on hand. D.'s CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN, I BUYG, and YOUTHS, has given general satisfac- tion, and may b had in very great variety of sizes, style, and material. OUTIIS'AIND GEN'I'LE.IIE.N'S SHIRTS Y MADE TO Olti)l, A choice Asiortment of JL MADE TO ORDEll. A choice Assortment of Ready-Made, his own .Maimf.icture. FRENCH HATS AND CLOTH CAPS. [2438 '?: t IT S. STONE has the largest STOCK of J S. STONE has the largest STOCK of • NEW AGlnCüLTüRAL MACHINERY ever I exhibited in Newport, most of which took the First Prize at the recent Meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society. Catalogues and Price Sheets :-ent 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. TAMES MURPHY, ENGINEER. tf 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 ftailiiay Improvements:— 0 MURPHY'S WROUGIIT-IRON DOVE-TAILED RAILWAY-WHEELS, By which perfect safety is ensured from accident, by the fracture of a tyre. Fio'l-CHAIR,, wjth safety bolt and nut fastenings. Wll0UG»n-HtON" LONGITUDINAL BEARINGS, applicable to the doubte headed or deck beam Rali. Also the RAILWAY STEAM BRAKE. 116G H- P. BOLT, c on TU AC TO RAND builder, NEWPJKL M >NMOUTHSHIKE, HAS FOR SALE a large assortment of GLAZED STONEWARE DRAIN PIPES of the Best Staffordshire Clay, varying tiom d inches up to 18 inches, with all requisite J unions Bends, and Syphons. Also, a fine assortment of TEURA CO IT A GOODS, for ornamenting Pleasure Groun'iSj »c. A variety of NORWAY" .>PA^ hand- [2402 I FAMILY MILD ALE AND PORTER BR EWE 11Y, L LAN ART ll- S TR R E T. W ILLI A M P E NNY, (Late of the Anchor Brewery.) IN CASKS OF 4A GALLONS AND UPWARDS. [259;) T coal Direct from the Colliery. -• Public are respectfully informed thoy COAL'f"o'S*lW«'l BUST UE0 A,H|HODSK X- ,„MRT CWM COLUERY ,delivered to any part of TW Screen^ the Toll Gates, as follow 'n inivh an?) '01' As,J House Coal 12s. Od. per Ton. Thiougu ami Throuch Do 9s 61 Small or Smith a Do. 7S' 6d. To partiessending their Carts or Waggons from the Country, 81 ice of the same the day previous (to prevent ^19a.P.P1' majnt^ or taking a Truck, a reduction vii A liberal allowance to Retailers. ■IERMS, CASH Orders, received for^ Ha 1 f a '^on atl(] upwards, at the CWM CoAL 0f?Ice> *» ^^merciftl-road. Newport,Mon. 2520 ¿\¡t¡trt$$t$. r ST CROMWE L L RESPECTFULLY informs the Inhabitants of Newport and its Vicinity, that he has just returned from the LONDON MARKETS with a larce Assortment ot SHAW LS, MANTLES, 1ANC\ DRESSES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, WOOL GAUNTLETTS, sc., &c-, which will be ofFjred 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, ELANNELS, BLANKETS, COUNTERPANES, &c all of which are marked at the lowest remunerative profit. NEWPORT HOUSE, 11, HIGH-STREET, NEWPORT, MON. F255S FELT HATS SUPERSEDED. JONES AND COMPANY, HAT MANUFACTURERS, 29, HIGH-STREET, NEWPORT, respectfully solicit attention to their STOCK of LADIES CLOTH HATS, in all the Newest Shapes, which for ELEGANCE, LIGHTNESS, and DURABILITY, cannot be surpassed, beiug made by First-class Workmen, andof then Best Materials. JONES & CO.'S SINEATOR BVNDED HATS IS ALL THE PREVAILING SHAPES. SINCALOR WATERPROOF COATS AND LEGGINGS. Gentlemen's Ties and Collars, Umbrellas, Carpet Ba^s, Leather irlat Cases, &c., &c. [-o-O 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 ba 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, and 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, and that the remainder of the Hall shall be appro- priated to the general admission of the Public, at an uniform 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 place about the mi<3>d'e 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. M TOOGOOD ED. WELLS, } HON. SECRETARIES. Newport, December 27th, 1858. [2710 ESTABLISHED 1812. HAND T. PROCTOR'S TURNIP N U It 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 used 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. I ue apphcltlOn of tIllS Manure to Turnips will be found to benefit considerably the after crops of I3arley, Clover, and Wheat. POTATO, GRASS, BARLEY, CLOVER, & WHEAT MANURES. ALSO, BONE DUST, PERUVIAN GUANO, AND SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. WARRANTED OF THE BEST QUALITY. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. H. & T. PROCTOR, WEST OF ENGLAND DEPOT FOR ARTIFICIAL MANURES, CATHAY, BRISTOL. N.B.—A Supply always on hand at the STORES, Mr. S WIFE'S WAREHOUSE, MONMOUTH. [26G7 DENTAL SURGERY. General Notice to, Messrs. Mosely's Patients, and those who may wish to consult them. MESSRS. MOSELY, SURGEOX-DENTISTS, of 30, BERSKK'S-STBEBT, OXFOUD-STIIEET, London, -L'-L have the honor to announce that they will, for the future, devote one week in each month to their practice in the Principality, anlby which means they hope to meet the convenience of their patients, and so prevent the necessity of their applying elsewhere during their absence. ttTheir days of attendance for JANUARY will be on MONDAY, the 24th, GEORGE HOTEL, Chepstow; on TUESDAY, the 25th, at Mr. WILLIAMS', saddler, next door to the ANGEL HOTEL, Abergavenny f):i WEDNESDAY, the 26th, Kilo's HEAD HOTEL, Newport; on THURSDAY, the 27th, CARDIFF ARMS, Cardiff. Private apartments at all the Hotels. Attendance from Ten to Five. Single teeth, from 5s. Sets, from C5. Stopping decayed teeth. 23 6d. Messrs. MOSELT beg to. call the attention of their patients, and those who may wish to consult them, that they can now supply Artificial Teeth, with GUTTA PEHCHA GUMS or LININGS, whereby a;l pressure upon the remaining teeth is avoided, and entirely superseding the use of wires or ligatures of any descrintion. They are also the Patenteos and Inventors of the new GUM-COLOURED COMPOSITION, which is added to the Teeth and prevents the lodgment of the food, and which also restores that youthful contour of countenance, so necessary iu the adaptation of 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 co:np!ete'set, at half the usual prices. Stopping Decayed Teeth, Scaling, Children's Teeth attended, and every operation pertaining'to Dental Surgery. [1926 NEWSPAPER FOR THE FARMING AND GARDENING INTEREST. Saturday, January 1, will be published, price Fivepence, or Sixpence stamped, cach volume complete i,i itself Twenty-four, occasionally Thirty-two, Folio Pa"es THE FIRST NUMBER FOR 18 59 VF THE I GA.RDENERS' CIIRONICLE & AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE A Weekly Record of Rural Economy and General News THE HORTICULTURAL PARr 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 0 Road-makinpc 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 the Weekly Averages. An Edition is atw published every Monday in time for post, containing Reports on Mark Lme 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, Iloncultnre, Arboriculture, or Garden Botany and such Natur d History as has a relation to Gardening, with'Notices and ('nticisins of all Works on such subjects. Conuec'.ed with this part are WEEKLY CALENDAR^ OF GAllDLiNlNQ OPERATIONS Given in detail, and adapted to the objects of persons in every station of life so that theCot<a-er, with a few rods 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 the varying seasons render necessary. It moreover contains Reports of Horticultural Exhibitions and Proceedings-Notices of Noveltiea 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 Woodcuts are given whenever the matter treated of requires that mode of illusiratiod. REPLIES TO QUESTIONS connected with the object of the Paper are also furnished weekly. Lastly, that description of DOMESTIC AND POLITICAL NKWS is introduced which is usually found in a Weekly Newspaper. It is unnecessary to dwell on this bead further than to say, that the Proprietors do not range themselves uuder the banners of any Party their earnest endeavours are to make THE GARDENERS' CHRONICLE AND AGRI- CULTURAL GAZETTE a full and comprehensive Record of Facti 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 Man. The reader is thus furnished, IN ADDITION TO THE PECULIAR FKATUUES OF THE JOURNAL, with such information concerning the events of the day, as supersedes the necessity of his providing himself with any other Weekly l'aner. Office for Advertisements and Communications, 5, Upper Wellington-street, Covent Garden, London. Parties intending to commence with the New Volume had better give their Orders at once to any Newsvcndor. [2637 SIN A D H Æ S ION, 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 with INDIA RUBBER. This process entirely changes the nature of Caoutchouc, ren- dering it 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 Sinadhsesionised by them to stand the heat of any climate. Testimonial from Captain Beckett, steam-ship Sovereign. Messrs. JAMES H EYES & Co. Gentlemen -The Sinadlisesion Waterproof Coat and Leggings supplied to me last year have proved all I coul I wish. The Coat furnished to me for Captain Organ, ship Coquimbo, has also given him great satisfaction, for, after having sailed to the West Coast of South America and 1 saw his coat in as perfect a state as when pur- ? ^se, speaks highly of it, saying he never before nai. anything equal to it. I can, therefore, strongly lecommem your Waterproof Garments to all those fre- quenting hot climates. Steam-ship Sovereign. W. J. BECKETT. JAMES HEYES & CO., COHN-STREET, BRISTOL 83, BREGGATE and COBURG-STREETS, LEEDS; And WALL-STREIIT, NEW Yonr,. [1226 A L V A N I S E, p IRON WORKS IT AND WAREHOUSE, TEMPLE BACKS, BRisTOL. Galvanised Corrugated Iron Roofing, Sheet Iron, Hoops, Nails, Fencing Vire and Wire Netting, Coal Scoops, House Pails, Buckets, Bowls, Basins, Milk-pans, Turnip, skips, Iron-rimmed Riddles, Laves,^Gutters, and Down Pipes Wrought-iron and W elded cubing, for Gas and Water purposes, kept in Stock. All descriptions of WROUGHT ftnd CAST IRON "WORK GALVANISED. [266j >*»»»i GE* LliiMEN who desire a superior FIT and FINISH should try C. MILXES, TAILOR AND TROWSELIS MAKER, 158, COMMERCIAL-STREET. NEWPORT. [1013 UUACKERY DbFEATED, EXTO ILTiOX- ATE FEES AND MEDICAL CHAKGES ABULISUED.—A Hospital Physician, of 31 years' standing', who has had vast experience, and been successful in the treatment of thousands of cases of Nervous and General Debility, Loss of Memory, Failing Sight, Epilepsy, Consumption. Imlijrtstion Giddiness, Headache, and the long train of fearful diseases known as nervous complaints, will send gratuitously, post free, to any sufferer, a copy of his Bonk, by the aid of which they may recover permanent health in an incredibly short time, at a trilling expense, and without recourse t o any of the so-called remedies of the day, which are entirely super- seded by his discoveries. Address, enclosing two penny stamps (to pre-pay postage), to Dr.THOMSON, 2S,Clarence-road, Kentish Town, London. Extracts from bona fide reviews:—The doctor deserves all praise for issuing such a hook the utility of which is undeniable."—Christian Times. "This work is 'popular' in very seuse of the word and its worth is untold."—Baptist I/rlllzine, Rarely can we recommend a medical work, but we o so in this instance honestly.'—Literary Gazette. 2(103 KAYE'S WORSDELL'S Pi LLS. HEALTH RESTORED and maintained by the use of these Pills, prepared solely by JOHN the use of these Pills, prepared solely by JOHN KAYE, ESQ., of Dalton Hall, near Huddcrsfiehl. They are unequalled in simplicity, safety, and bancficial effect, and in cases of acute as well as chronic diseases, expert illy | thitse arising fmn Impurity oj lllu.d, Indigestion, mid Lun- stipation, are the best medicine that can possibly be em- ployed. FEMALES, AKTIZANS, MECHANICS, all persons of I Sedentary Habits, ami the general public, will find them of the greatest service iu correcting and preventing irregu- larities in the performance of the various functions of the j human body. Buy one BOX, and READ THii TESil- I MONIALS enclosed. MONIALS enclosed. Sold by all chemists and other dealers in Patent Medi- cines, at Is. l £ d., 2a. 9d., and 4a. 6d. Wholesale Depot, 22, Bread«sUeet, London, (2637 I Mdrcssf.s;. WHERE DO YOU DINE ? FI 0 TO THE LORD R A G L A X, 'J COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. ORDIXARY ErERY DAY AT aXE O'CLOCK. PRICE Is. f2694 \\F M. JACK, 6, COMMERCIAL-STREET. ? T NEWPORT.—Agent for LINCOLN* and BEN- NET r'S celebrated HATS. Hats and Caps of every description, Umbrellas, Tra- velling Ba.!s. Neck-Ties, Shir's, Collars, &c. [2632 NEWPORT STE AM SA MILL, CANAL PARADE. WHOLESALE & RETAIL MAHOGANY YARD. &c. TO BUILDERS. CABINET MAKERS, & OTHERS. G. LOVELL solicits purchasers to in. • spect his Stock of seasoned and well-assorted MAHOGANY', ready sawn, in all sizes and thicknesses. For S de, a horizontal High-pressure STEAM ENGINE, 12 inch cylinder, 2 foot stroke, and TUBULAR BOILER, in guo.l condition. Can be seen at work at the above Mill. [2600 W" R. MATTHEWS and CO., TEA and • COFFEE MERCHANTS, 19, COMMERCIAL- STREET, NEWPORT. BONDED AND FREE STORES FOR SHIPS. l5 JAMES LEACH, Wholesale and Retail BEDDING, BEDSTEAD, GLASS, and CABINET MAnT, 117. Commercial-street Newport. Every descrip- ion of Brass and Iron Bedsteads, French, Arabian, Four- ost, and Canopy Bedsteads, in Birch, Mahogany, Wal- ut. and Fainted Woods. Furniture bought, or taken in exchange, to any amount. [1111 EXTRACT FROM c. & w. TRAPXELL'S 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 proportions 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. 3, MODERATE, (A.) I For Furnishing an Eilit-Roomed House with Modern Furniture, such as we every day supply where cconomy, combined with good quality, are the chief considerations, Kitchen, Hall, Dining and Drawing Rooms, Library, two Best Bedrooms, Nursery, Servant's Bedioom. KITCHEN. R sd. £ a. d. One Flap Kitchen Table 0 12 G One Round ditto 0 6 0 One Double Linen Horse 0 7 0 Four Strong Chairs 0 14 0 1 19 6 DINING ROOM. Genuine Seconds quality Brussels Carpet say containing 40 yds. 6 19 0 Hearth Rug 0 18 6 One set of Mahogany Telescope Dining Tables, to dine eight, with small Mahogany or handsome Birch Legs and Frames 4 10 0 Six Mahogany Chairs in Hair or Morocco, Cloth Covers, part hair and flock filling 4 10 0 1\Iahogauy Couch to match. 3 17 6 Mahogany Pedestal Sideboard, with Wine Drawer 5 /SO One set of Crimson Damask Window Curtains, for a window 6 ft. by 10 ft. 6 in full sized, with mahogany or or-niolu pole rings and ends complete 359 One Window Blind 0 8 0 One Dour Mat 0 5 0 29 18 9 DRAWING ROOM. Superior Brussels Carpet and Rug. as Dining Room 40Y ls. 7 18 0 One set of Handsome Damask Cur- tains, for window G ft. by 10 ft. 3 in., with gilt poles or cornices, t;.ssel bands, kc complete 3 7 9 Real Rosewood or Walnut Centre Table 5 0 0 French Couch, beautifully stuffed and covered to match the curtains 4 14 0 Six Solid Rosewood Chairs to match G lU 0 Rosewood Cheffionier, elegantly carved with p'.atc glass back, and marble top 6 0 0 Chimney Glass, in curved and gilt frame 4 5 0 Window Blind 0 7 0 Door Mat 0 6 038 7 LIBRARY. Kidderminster or Dutch Carpet, 18 yards 2 7 0 Rug to lJaleli 0 8 0 Mahogany Writing Table, one drawer 14 0 Six Cane Chairs. 110 Blind 0 6 6 5 6 IIALL. Six yds. Floor Cloth 0 18 0 Hdf Bench 0 12 0 Hall Table, Solid Birch 1 0 0 2 10 0 STAIRS. Say 21 yds. extra Super Carpet 2 2 0 Thnty-eight Stair Rods and Eyes 0 14 0 2 16 0 BEST BEDROOM. 'Handsome and substantial four-post Beudstead, the pill irs 5 in. square, deep moulded cornice, with poles and rings 4 15 0 Union Dam,1sk Furniture 4 12 0 One set of Window Drapery to match 0 15 0 I -Mattrass 1 2 0 Feat her or German Spring Bed, Bolster and two Feather Pillows 5 10 0 One and half pai1 of Blankets 1 5 0 One pair 12 4 Sheets. 1741 6el, one Counterpane, 12s. 1)1. 1 10 3 Mahogany Chest of Drawers 2 10 0 If of larger make end lined with pen- cil Cedar, such as can be well recom- mended, add, Irs. Mahogany Washstand and Table 3 5 0 Large Dressing Glass 0 15 0 Towel Horse, 4- G 1., two Chairs, 7s.. 0 11 6 Bedside Carpet, 8 yds. 0 16 0 Window Blind, 5s., Door Mat, 4s. 0 9 0 27 15 9 If a commodious solid Mahogany Wardrobe 4 ft. wide, iusterd of the drawers, add X4. SPARE ROOM. Full sized Painted half-tester Bed- stead 2 2 0 Union Damask Furniture 1 12 0 Mattrass 0 18 0 Uest White Milpuff Bed, or German Elastic Bed, with Bols;ers and two Pillows 2 10 0 I Two Blankels, 17s., one Pair of Sheets 10 s GIL 176 Dne Counterpane 0 10 0 Painte,1 Washstand, Table and, Horse 0 18 0 L/hest of large Fainte 1 Drawers 1 13 0 l'wo Chair. Gs Glats, 7s. Gd. 0 13 G Bedside Carpet, 16s., Blind, 5s. 1 1 0 Door Mat 0 4 6 13 9 6 NURSERY. Jue Nursery Writing Table, Painted 0 10 0 Four Cane Chairs 0 14 0 )ne low Nursery Washatand 0 8 0 )ne Rocking 'Jhair, French p.lished 0 6 G Dne Painted Crib 1 0 0 liair Bed and Pillow 1 2 0 Ulind 0 5 0 4 5 6: SERVANTS. ?I_rvant's Furniture, &.c. 3 8 G £ 129 17 9 Instead of the Four-post Bestead and Furniture, put. if required Handsome Mahogany llalf-Te-tor lJcdstead, with Furniture, vluch amounts to the same l'rice. OBSERVE THE ADDRESS, MKSSKS. C. & AY. TRAPXELL, CITY CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY MANU. FACTORY, 2, ST JA.MES' BARTON BRISTOL. 11 OR SALE, Furnished or LTnfurnished, a First Class FAMILY MANSION, replete with every convenience, in one of the best parts of CLIFTON Down. Forcards to view,l&c., apply:a. above, [2002 C'" "1.1, PRIME PICKLED OX TOXGUES, -L AT F E S X El L' S FISH, GAME, AND FRUIT WAREHOUSE, HIGH-STREET, NEWPORT. [2»9 A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOR. EVER. SEE VILLIERS & AND.:E\VS' STErEOSCOPIC C PICTURES. [1870 rpHORLEY'S FARMERS' ALMANACK JL for 1859, Second Edition, is nov.- ready. First Year of Publication. Upwards of 100,0i)0 have already been distributed gratuitously. Thirty-two pages, pest 8vo, gilt edges, in handsome Wrapper, with Engravings oil Steel: free by post on receipt of two stamps, on application to JOSEPH THORLEY, Almanack Department, 77, New- gate-street, London.—No Farmer should be witho'" it. [2707 NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. BANK OF DEPOSIT, No 3, fall mai.l EAST, LONDON, S.W. THE WARR ANTS for the HALF-YEARLY Interest, at the rate of o per cent, pertiiinum, on Deposit Accounts, to the 30lh instant, will be nadv'for delivery on and after the 12th proximo, and payable daily between the hours of 10 and 4. PETER MORRISON, Managing Director. December, 1868. Parties desirous of Investing Money are reque,ted examine the Plan of the BANK OF DEPOSI'i Prospectuses and Forms for opening Accounts sent free on application. [2699 MR. GRAHAM YOUNG, SURGEON DENTIST, of No. 7, PABK- SURGEON DENTIST, of Xo. 7, PABK- STREET, BRISTOL, attends periodicals (as 1 or tha last 12 years) at NEWPORT, the first WEDNESDAY, and at CARDIFF, the following THURSDAY in 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. Wa.nsbrongh's, No. 4, Commercial- street—Wednesday, January 5.b. CARDIFF—Mr. Perrott's, Tailor, No. 2, Duke-street* —Thurs lay, January 6th. [863 [A CARD.] MR. R. N. OSBORNE, SURGEON- DENTIST, 17, DOCK-STREET, NEWPORT. [1127 TEETH. MESSRS. LEVASON AND ROBERTSON, OLTRGEOX DENTISTS. 11. BRIDGE-STREET S HEREFORD. One of the Firm wid at end Monmoutli Newport, Abergavenny, and Brecon FOKTSIGHTLV. DAVS OF ATTENDANCE. MONMOUTH — Wednesdays Oct 20th. Nov. 3rd & 17th Dec. 1st, loth, and 29th, at the BEACFOKT ARMS HOTEL. NEWPORT—Mondays, Ort 25ih, Nov. 8th and 22nd. Dec. 6th and 20;h, at the KI:\G'S HEAD BOVL. ABERGAVENNY —Tuesdays. Oct. 26th, Nov. 9th and 23rd, Dec. 7th and 21st., at the ANGEL HOTEL. BRECON — Wednesdays, Oct. 27th. Nov, 10th and 24:t,h. Dec 8th and 22nd, at the CASTLE HOTEL. N.B.—Constant Attendance at 11, Bridge-street, Hereford. [2278 t^The Parliamentary Report on Food has ex'Hire I the fact that while the Chine.\e will use none but PliHE TKA, they, to increase the profit, colour most of that sent to Engl"1I The Sanitary f'ommissio leTS txam\ne-i 74 samples of the Black and Green ;11 t,en -ra' use, of tchi h 54 were found coated u-iih powdered colour. -{{-{{- "Always Good alike" HORNIMAN's PURE TEA the Leaf not covered with color. -il n .QTfiOXG, III OH, ,_v>.43 FCLL-FLAYOURED H Jj 1 iS "*2 if ? B jl fEA is tlius secure,I lo tha HHI- Public, as importing it before li 0 B 0 II 1 S 'E I he th:Kibe rever it u nit colour- lilni c:l erS ifc i!11PosslWe fur any fiJL -■ w lil'ar^^l rown low-priced uutumo. | Leaves to be made t^ appear —jj-—equal to the best,and so passed horn.MaN'6 T £ a V ai;| M t.0 tire consumer at a high. ni/?!™7°°d St" L'1"' price. 'The Lancet (• orguian, holesalt exciutivelu J "I 01 l £ » metyj states of n^.Tuman s Teas The Green not being covered with Prussian. blue, &c., is a dull olive the Llack is not intense; v onrit ;'r wholesome and good Tea is thus obtained. Piices, 3s. 3d, 4s., and 4s 4d. per lb. Sold exclusively by Authorised Agents throughout the kingdom, and only in Packets. 0 0 LOCAL AGENTS. ATHCRDARE .Tones.—Thomas. hjs'iwx..Pn-ssell (om hill ABERAVOX..Evan Evans. LVOXEY ..Hathaway. ABEKYSTWITII Jones, Pier-st MONMOUTH..Farror. -Baker.&c ABEKGAVEXXY Gosden (late MEKTUVR Stephens, High. Hirst).—Watkins, High st. street. Abf.HSYCHAN Wood, Stamp- NEWPORT..JONES, 5,High-fit office. Ditto..CHEMY, 41, Commerci* D¡,¡STOL.. Fe1Tis. Union-street. street. CRICKHOWKLL..Christopher. Ditto BATTERSHILL, 173, Com- COWBKUKJE ..Thomas, Hi^h-st. raercial-street. CARDIFF..Kernick. 2;), Duke-st. POXTYPOOL and ABEP.srCHAy.. Ditto ..James. Dute-street. Wood, Stamp Office, CHEPSTOW.. Taylor, St. Mary- SWAXSEA., Wilson, Castle sqr street Ditto.. Harris, (>xroril-stree Cui-EFORD..Williams. Ditto.Glover, Ca;>tle-stree CrLO'JCESTEB..Fouracre. Cross. L'SK..Edwards. [2060 CHRISTMAS PRKSE.\TS. THE mo^t acceptable Form of Present to a FRIEND or RELATIVE is a really "ond and LIFE-LIKE PORTRAIT, which can be obtdned t I cases, frames, lockets, brooches, k of VILLI F.RS St ANDREWS, ARTISTS AND PHOToGitaPHEUS, 59, Hisrb street, Newport. Monmont i,.J,irp. 187C rpiiE CHEAPEST and BI-:ST KAXGE J_ can be procured at 22, HIGH- STREET, BRISTOL. .—■ — — [ F LAV EL'S PATENT; I KITCHEK'ER. -ë- ■■ > ,■ Prices of Leamington KITCHENERS, from 3 to 12 feet long. „ an^ P01LER, 3 ft. Ion?, £ 5 5s., and. o :t. G in., £ b. ROASTER and 0\ F.N, without Boiler, with Dr».v-out Siand, Double Drip P,i:is, A'cat Stand, Ash Pan, Gridiron, Back and yide Skirting, Hot Plate, where >u ns many vessels may he ke->t b-.ili: ::s will stand lip it, without soiling them, 4 ;t., £Jl; 4ft. Gin. 211 ISs. ft., X12 16s. ROASTER and OVEN with Drip Pans, &c., &.c. wrought Iron nack u; i e for Ealh and Kitcheu use. Plate Rack, kc., co-icicte, 4 ft. Gin., £18 -is. 5 ft.. £ TJ Ss. 6 ft., £21 16s. ROASTER, OVEN, & HOT CLOSET, with wrought Iron Hack Boiler, &c., complete, 6 ft. 9 ill., .L;J.) 7 ft. 6in. £ 23 7s 8 ft., £27 Os, 6d. f! ;t., £:23 7s 0. Two Complete Roasters. Two Ovens, or Hot Closets, large Wrought Iron l.Uth toiler, kc., kc., furnished complete, 9 ft £ 40 11) ft. £ 43 11 ft., £ 40 12 it., £ 49. Larger made to onier. HENRY L E O N A P n, Manufacturer Patent ;izi -)es, &-c.,&c PRICES OF OVEN GRATES. Oven k Shan:. Oven &: Sham. Oven & Boilei £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. 2ft. Gin 0 14 9 0 19 0 1 2 9 3ft. Oin 0 16 S 1 1 0 1 6 9 3ft. 6in 1 1 10 1 8 6 1 14 3 Improvoti GAS STOVES, for Heating Halls, CooøerTa: torw, to and for Cocking. 125101