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Save 30 per Cen%. ot tiering direct from the Manufacturer. PRYC F, JONES, Manufacturer of PLAIN -t- and FANCY WELSH PLANNERS, POWYsLAND SERGES Welsh WOT'.IIWS fi Olden TIM^.—1 F.nrifsjmris Std., lCjil. A: 12id. per yard for Spring and patro- nized by Her Majesty the Quern, the Ruynl Karnity and Aristocracy of (-iri'.it Rrituiu and the Oofttiiiciit. Sends Patterns Prfe by Post. Auvlenxth On*. BOYAL WELSH WABKHCUSK.; NKVVTQwy.,y<>i;Tii Waubh. fllHE London Fashionable Journals say, JL "mat rilHE R<fYAL DEVONSHIRE SERGE. J- ilfl SOlil tu • SPEARMAN and SPEARMAN, O OF PfVMOTITH, in the best. the cheapest, the most fashionable, and the most durable of any'.i-AccortHncr to tne Qn^n. "It. has no rival eitru-r in mppeal-an" or utiify." These ue tjerges wkich f-ttnd any aoi unt of liiiicl usage that, com be given them, and are rwv pr>«V.ic.j<1 in beautiful mixtures and shades for Sprin?,- and Summer wear in pure Wool onlu. Patterns are sent upon upp.nation poso free, and I't'.vna^e fa paid on al! pa»v;o"s int'» London.o fh«t th<? c»st of transit to any other town is small indeed. Tho qualities /or ],{.ltl¡. use commence at hi'i he <*ua the e are upv. -fus trt ■' huiiilred. For (imtlrrnri s Suite <*tnd /V.-v/.v* 7lord Wenr the varieties in Navy time and mixtures fir" pood and seleir. "I'rice flo\'Hl 3/0 the vsird. The Navy Blue, is /.) t P. i''iyn,vf h ■■■,■> ■t." AYE" YOUR CA.i'PKTS. D y LENI'ATRIOK PATENT fl ARPET LINING supplies a lom: Mt want. ktv/vM; weav of tl-o C"1't "110 fo t warmth &n<i COIIiI¡frt. oi tins room, and is nAO*e»u,e STAIR PADS prevent the Carpet cu ting. make the step soft tu tr>->ul upon, and will last year* Sales of Cctrpet Lining-find Stair Pads a!wajf« increasing To be ha4 of lUiowrcituKsun't i'arnisnitu? Houses Manufactured awl sold Wholesale only by A. F. -TODDAIII) & co., Paisle*. j AOl ^PATTERN S;>f N RW SILKS tjBvw V/ V v7 ar I>reM Mood* post. fr*>*s. 3eUr 81L1Ü! ivoiii i to do Us. Fancy ,j t." 5 tio. Trade Write to JJ. NHJiiOLS'JN & <"(' to •f»3, St. I' ciVs Mark. Church Yim!. T/on<!ot», !< "Es^ablish^'A 1*43 D H.BSSES.-I)RESSES: DRESSES. „ i.qoo. ) BAKER & CRISP, f v10^. "from House tn m. per yard.) Patterns l-'ree. | ru _'rs,1 198. UKU'BNX S'L'REH l\ LONDON. \\T ALTER TRUEFLTT s. I. New Bon.; ww ¡.;tret1t. Lon<itJlI. Uair in all the newest ?fcy»tw ivm wir; in London and I'nris. lUa«-.k. Brow" ;:i.d Dy^ Kalotrikcs the be^t drains; for t"e Hair, Athenian 'p, stren^t):eD» it.. Sempervivens is the best iifestow. tnen's Hats tor India t J!l!,d.rat. B"ERLIN \Vi >O E anil 0 Rll 'I A N NEKDT,EWOin< IMPORTED 1 >1RKCT HY M LEADER, 9. New Inn Yard, Sli.M-wlitc.Ji. • LONDON, E.C. PERFORATED CARDBOARD, CANVAS, 7Vice T.i<ts post free. WALKER;s CRYSTAL CASBWAT.'H7:S » w are superseding all otbevft. Paris 1887. Silver front £ ,3 38. (ioid from .eecs. 6S.Oorii!iill. JK' BO,ReKent-st.W. & 7G.Strand.W.<Descriptive Pamphlet free RIMM EL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER. a fragrant poTvder.produeinarbj' slow evaporation the lJea.1thy anana tions of the Forest. The b» st fc only agreeable disinfectant. 1 by post 15 stamp#. 96, Strand; ;2^,lt^gent8t.; 1 i»Coriihill,! ondon. a" VHE ALLIANCE SO CIE T Y. 51, MOOR<; ATE STREET. LONDON. P.O. INVESTORS 5 Pnr? ()ENT. & I.OA^S FOR 20 YEARS\ BY TOJTTINB KONUSbtL < DRAWINGS AND TfNOERS. Prospectus, on applioatiun t<> tlie Sect*eta.i>. AGENTS WANTfciD. TVriLNER's SAFRS. Best and" Clieapesi JLTA SAPEGl'AUl> against FIRE and THIEVES. Phcunix 3«fe Works. Liverpool. D^ARCYs DUBLIN ST GUT. Guaranteed to be brewed from MALT AND HOPS ONLY. AXCKOU BBfcWKRy, DfnMS. P(Lc.rge-t Brewery in Ireland b'lt one). erFECTION IN WINDOW BLTNDS. The New EMPIRE PATENT CLOTH and I.MIT A'TIOV LACE BLINDS. J. AVERY A Co 81. Great Portland Street, London, W. "Far surpass any material hitherto employed." Furniture Gnjetle. Inside and Outside Blinds of evecy description. Pricee and Patterns post free. SIB W A. ROSE c d., LIGHTHOUSE COLZA OIL. JLi HAIIP BRAND. ZIerchnnta &Re&ners nf n.r' kiM t-, o: Bu-iiii w-, & T.ubrioating Oils PRICK < tdT FlJlSE ON APl J-;CAT!0>r. Offioes. 66. Upper ThamesJStreet. London E.C. ~lk S B E S T O S 1' A C K I N G J3L- and ASBESTOS MII LBD ARD FOR .TOINTIVO. A new and indestrtiotibie Paukiujr fyr Ellgoil1" Glands and fiteam-pipe Joints, excels a.1I others, ;1 works! y 4inder the hi^he^t pressure. THE PATENT ASBESTOS MANUFACTURE. (Company Liin feed), 91. St. Vincent Place, Ghisyow.^& lO, M«-vr«deu St., Manchester. CLARXgs A,Plikl,TP-, V AltNISH PAINT, This compoFiti' n cortibines all the imperviotis charac- teristics of Aspbaite, with the preservative quality of Creosote, covers a laa'ger surface than any sOltof paint known with all the brilliancy of Varnish; it dries rapidly, and is invalu- able for Ship or Yacht work or material requiring a prompt Cftatms of an indesttucti'jle and preservative nature and for Iron and out-door wovk (r"iiei'al!y. Price in 40-Ga!lon Casks, 1/6 per Gallon, and in 10-Gallon Tins (included), 20/- per Tin.. Best redned Tar, in ^-Gallon Iron bound Casx* (incladea), 10/6 per Barrel. STOCKHOLM TAR 2al. per Barrel. CRliOSOTE (C. & Co.'s Concentrated SANITARY) can be applied cold by simple immersion or with a brush. 13 per 40- Gallon Cask or in Tins of 6 Gallons (included), fi/- per Tin. Best PITCH in it cwt. lion bound CH»b«. 9'- per Uarrel, lubricatinB Oil, Gd. and 1 per Gallon in 40-GaHon Casks (included). The ROYAL MAIL, 2'8. in Casks free, or in 10- fchallon Tins, 30/- per Tin. Terms, nett. free on Rails. P.O.O. must accompany orders. T. V. CLARKE & Co., Asphalte and Creosote Works, Trundley I.ane. Deptiord. tv.B. MONEY! MONEY.—Money immediately advanced to Householders, Farmers, Cow Keepers, Car and Cab Owners. Tradesmen, and others, without any kind of sureties. Distance no object.-Apply to L. Rouse and Co., Financial Agents, 3, Kirkgate, fluddersfield.-N.B.-All communications strictly private and confidential. 1462h WILLIAM MORGAN & CO., 129, 181, 133, 135, 137, 139, 141, SCOTLAND ROAD, L I Y E It P 0 0 L. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT. ü- CABINET FURNITURE MANU- FACTURED ou the premises, and guaranteed ".0 be made of thoroughly well-seasoned wood. A great varietv always on hand of DRAW- ING-ROOM, DINING-ROOM. BEDROOM, PARLOUR, HALL, and KITCHEN FURNI- TURE. I 1, 1, f EASY CHAIR, UPHOLSTERED IN HAIR SEATING AS ABOVE, 388 6D. BEDSTEAD AND BEDDING MANUFACTURERS. HAIR MATTRESSES, FEATHER and WOOL FLOCK BEDS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, SIIEE'I IN(tS, CURTAINS, BRUSSELS, T APESTii}, AND KIDDERMINSTER CARPETS. f>1'" FULL SIZE BEDHEAD AS ABOVE, lis gi,. An Illustrated Catalogue sent Pest Free on ap plication. WILLIAM MORGAN & Co. LIVERPOOL, 152011 MARKING INK.—CAUTION. To Wholesale and Retail Dealers.—Take Notice that on 16th November, 1877, in an Action Hiokisson & Another against Murphy," judgment was given for Plaintiffs with damages & costs, & a PERPETUAL /AVCXOTIOX^ranled RES'PliAl.\IX(r the said Jlrs. MURPHY and her Agents troin USING the word RO.YD" upon any Labels manu- factored by, or for her; or from in any way representing the Ink Manufactured by. or for her; or from in any way repre- senting the Ink manufactured by her to be Bond's Marking ink. J. Hickisson. Proprietor of the Daughter of the late John Bond's Crystal Palace Marking Ink. 75. Southgate-rd., London. R-JALIEOES, LQ N GCLOTHS & SKEETI A GS, direct froin. tlie Mills t \v holesale prices. Bl"a.cl1ed. Scoured, firey. and Twilled; any length out. Save two Pt'ofits—Buy direct from John Victoria Mills, free. rf^|0RK la lien of Bone.—Lfulies should wear S.Dixeii'spateritCoivets.Abdominalbelts.tObstetric'Binders after acccchement. Children, hi5; Chest expanders, to prevent Consumption; Gentlemen hi* Ririing& Bicycling belt. Write to 45,St.Paul's: :hurchy.ard tor i ipinions <i th" pre-s. Agentswanted. HRL1N WOOLS, CRKWKLS, FINGKUINGS, -ENB. SILKS. Newest Colors. Best qualities. Lowest Prices. Lists Jc Parcels by Post. JEVO.VS & 31ELLF)K, BIRMINGH AM. BRASS, RE ED.STRING, VDRUM & FIFE BANDS, PIANO FORTES & HARMONIUMS at Whole- sale Prices at J..MOORE'S, Buxton Rd., Huddersfield. Prices with drawings of everT Instrumentpostfree. Musicforanykind of Band. Bandmen's Caps. Patronized by Army, Navy & Rifle (Jorps. Second-hand Instruments bought or taken in Exchange. rrHE PETRIFYING SILICATE PAINTS, PROTECT IRON from CORROSIOJST; WOOD from DECAY. Do NOT BLISTKB, ARB NOW-POISONOUS, Baiii/iAiti* Dubkbi.k, ECONOMICAL. For HOUSE, 3if [P and GENERAL USE. ilanufactured in all Colours by the SILICATE PAINT COY., LIVERPOOL & LONDON. DAMP HOUSES, DAMP CHURCHES & CAN BE CURED CHEAPLY & THOROUGHLY by the PETRIFYING LIQUID Muuufactured Transparent or in Colours, only bv the SILICAtE PAINT CO., LIVERPOOL & LONDON, who are aiso the Sola Manufacturers of the Petrifying Silicate Paint. BLUE BRICKS, BLUE BRICKS. WOOD and IVERY, Limited. (J. W. I very. General Manager). ALBION WORKS, WEST BROMWIOH. BLmr. RED & BUFF ORNAMENTAL, BRICKS, TILu. &C., &0. Designs on application. riTODD's VEGETABLE PILLS most effectually remove all Mucus, Offensive Matter, and Redundant Bile from the Stomach and Bowels. They re- lieve chronic pains, lumbago, dimness of sight, giddiness of the head, heartburn, indigestion, flatulency. &c. Sold by Chemists in Boxes at Is. ljd. and 2s. 9d. each, or free by post for 14 or 33 stamps from the Proprietor, JOE TODD, Chemist, Carlisle. T)I All R H (EA, D YSENTERY, CHOLERA. FEVERS, &0. DR. J, COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE, A few doses quite effectual.—Caution.—The extraordi- nary medical reports on the efficacy of Chlorodyne render it of vital importance tnat the public should obtain the genuine, which is protected by a Government stamp, bearing the wurds Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlo- rodyne." See decision of Vice-Chancellor sir W. Page Wood, Times, July, 16th, 1864. Numerous testimonials from eminent Physicians accompany each bottle. The General Board of Health, Londoll, reports that it acts as a charm, one dose generally sufficient. Earl Russell reports to the College of Physicians, London, that Chlorodyne was the only remedy of any service in Cholera. Dr. Gibbon, Army Medical Valeatta, states:—"Two do-es completely cured me of Diarrhoea." Sold 'in bottles, l/li, 2 9, 6c 4, 0 by all Chemists. HA V H IT IN YOUH. HOUSES.— LAMPEOUGH'S PYRETIC SALINE & use no other. The only safe antidote in Fevers, Eruptive Affections, Sea or Bilious riicktiesa, Small-pox and Headache; having peculiar and exclusive merits. Use no substitute. See perpetual in- junction against imitators; also the unanimous judgment against the I;,land Revenue, before the Lords Justices Brain- well, Brett and Cotton, 22nd January, 187>S, in H. Lamplough's favour. 113, Holborn Hill, London. THE WANT OF AGE SUPPLIED. MATHER'S NIGRINE. Å JET BLACK MARKING FLUID FOR MARKING- LINEN, COTTON, &0. NO PREPARATION OF. HEATING REQUIRED AFTER BEING WRITTEN. Extract from "THE LANCET," Janurtru 5th, 1878. NIGRINE: A JET BLACK MARKING FLUID. (W. MATHER, Farringdon Road. London). We can commend this as a very good and convenient Mark- ing Ink, we have submitted Linen marked with it to some or the most powerful of Chemical Agents, including Acids, Alk ilinr; and Chlorine, and Cyanide of Potassium, and have found that it was very much easier to destroy the Linen than the marking upon it; in fact the writing could not be effaced by any of the Ag»nts we employed. Sold in Bottles, 6d., 1/ ami 2,'3 each by all Chemists and Stitioners. SAMPLE BOTTLE SENT POST FREE ON RECEIPT OF 13 STAMPS. WNOF.KSAt.K WAAFROUSES, W. MATHER, FARRIJTODOK ROAD, LONDON CORPORATION STRC.ET, MANCHBSTBR. Post free for Five Stamps from ilL «. T. GONGREVE, PECKHAM. LONDON. "CONSUMPTION, ITS ONLY SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT. (New Edition) with many ijtt,"resting cases of Cure. "HEALTH, STRENGTH, and ENERGY. As a verification of the wonderful re-invigorating powers of PERRY'S WORLD-FAMED CORDIAL BALM of SYRIACUM in cases of nervous, muscular, and general weakness, and in order that the debilitated may judge ow speedily and surely it acts, one shilling sample bottles are forwarded on receipt of 12 stamps. Each bottle nas full airec tions, with descriptive pamphlet, and contains exactly nine doses, to last three days. The sample bottle is intended as an esfrnest to prove that a regular course of PERRY'S CORDIAL BALM of SYRIACUM is sure to create HEALTH, STRENGTH and ENERGY. Established 50 years.-So!c Agents. MUNRO BROTHERS, Home and Colonial Patent MedicineVendors. 13. SOHO SQUARE. LONDON. W.C. THE MYNYDDOG MUSICAL SCHOLARSHIP AND MEMORIAL HON. PEESLDEST Sir Wat kin W. Wynn, Bart., M.P. Hox, VICE-PEESIDEXTS • The Most Honourable the Marquess of LondoDderry. David Davies, Esq.. M.P. f Richard Davies, Esq., M.P. Sir Thomas Gil,bons Frost, Knt. Lord Richard Grosvenor, M.P. W. Bulkeley Husrhes, Esq., M.P. G, W. Bailee]ey Hughes, Esq. T. E. Lloyd, Esq., M.P. Samuel Holland, Esq., M.P. Morgan Lloyrl. Esq.. Q.C.. M.P. W. F. Maitland, Esq.. M.P. G. Osborne Morgan, Esq., Q.C., M.P. J. H. Puleston, Esq., M.P. Love Jones-Parry, Esq., (Elphin ap Gwyddno), Madryu. Henry Richard. Esq., M.P. Honourable F. Hanbury Tracy, M.P. Captain Edmund H Vemev, R.Ii. C. W, W. Wynn. ESQ., M.P. The Honourable C. ft. Wynn, of Rhug, &c., &c. HON. TREASURER Captain O. M. Crewe-Read, R.N., Plas Dinam, IJan- dhiarn. SECRETARY: Mr J. C. Hughes, Manager of Van Railway, Caersws, Mont. At a meeting held at Llanbrynmair, immediately after the interment, Tidy Inth, Captain O. M. Crewe-Read, R.N., of Plas Dinam, Llandinam, in the chair, it was resolved to set on foot a movement for raising subscrip- tions to provide some suitable National Memorial, in recognition of Mynyddog's talents and services to Wales; and in testimony of the high position which he occupied in the hearts of his countrymen. With this view, Mr J. Ceiiiog Hughes, was appointed secretary, and the chairman. Captain O. M. Crewe-Read, R,N., hon. treasurer. The further consideration of the exact form of the ilemorial was deferred until August 2nd, whena meeting was held at Cenimaes Road,SirWatliin W. \VYllll in the chair. It was then unanimously resolved:- 1. That the appointment of the honorary treasurer and secretary at the previous meeting be confirmed. 2. That. a subscriptio n be entered into for thcfounda- tion of an Exhibition in the University College of Wales, open to the Principality, to encourage and deve- lope musical talents. 3. That a Memorial be placed in the College to com- memorate Mynyddog's generous bequest to the Uni- versity for this and kindred purposes. 4. That the best thanks of the meeting be given to Sir W. W. Wynn for his presence and the warm interest he takes in the matter. Subscriptions payable to the credit of the Hon. Trea- surer at the North and South Wales Bank, Newtown, or direct to the Secretary (by cheque, or to the Money Order Office, Caersws), are respectfully solicited. J. C. HUGHES, Manager of Van Railway, Otocber Hth. Caersws. Mont. PIANC ~ORTE, HARMONIUM, AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENT WAREHOUSE, BRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON. W. JARKETT IlQBEllTS, PROPRIETOR. \\r J- bc?s respectfully to intimate to • the nobility, gentry, and'the public gener- ally that he has recently added to his staff a first- class Pianoforte Tuner, from the well-known firm of John Biinsmead and Sons, London, and will be enabled to pei form with the utmost promptitude and care all orders he may be favoured with. Pianofortes and Harmoniums tuned and repaired re-silked, polished, &c., equal to new. Terms moderate. 1256h Al yt. J. M. YOUNG'S NEW STUDIOS UPPER MOSTYN- STREET, PRIZE MEDAL PHOTOGRAPHS ARE NOW ON VIEW. FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHS IN EVERY STYLE. Patronised by the Leading Nobility and Gentry. N.B.—The new Miniature of the Prineess Beatrice, painted by desire of the Queen, is now on view. 1559h- A W OKI) B R FII L REMEDY. GEIl-TITII OWEN'S PECTORAL ESSENCE OF COLTSFOOT. r ■ v ;■ '■■■ f'-i'-i- co1 \t. tr: 'ivy- 1HE best. safest, and most effectual remedy for Coughs. Colds, Asthma, Catarrh i and all disorders of the Chest, Throat, and Lungs, which destroy annually 500.000 of her Majesty's subjects, prepared only by Mary Ann Owen, widow of the late Griffith Owen. Sold by all respectable Chemists in bottles, Is. lid., 2s. 9d.r and 4s. 6d. each. This judicious combination is the most effective remedy for and preventive against the consequences arising from exposure to COLD ill any degree—Catarrh in any form. When we consider the serious and fatal complaints which have their origin in a slight coM—complaints which may be the prelude to various inflamma- tory diseases, and of which Consumption may be one of its terminations—the advantage of a nliableremedy will be acknowledged by all. SOLD WHOLESALE BY MRS. GRIFFITH OWEN, HIGH STREET, TRADE. MARK CARNARVON. BAN Ie END M IL L S, PAISLEY. o CARLILE AND CO., BEG TO CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEIR 6-CORD SOFT AND EXTRA QUALITY GLACE THREAD, WHICH are manufactured expressly to stand the tension of the SEWING MACHINE, and VY which will be found on trial superior to any other make. C. AND Co. beg also to direct attention to their celebrated CROCHET or TATTING COTTON. o HOLDERS OF LONDON, PARIS, AND VIENNA PRIZE M E DA L S, AWARED FOR "VERY EXCELLENT QFALITY." ■ o ASK FOR C A RL IL E AND CO'S 6-CORD MACHINE AND PRIZE CROCHET COTTON. THE CARNARVON PRINTING WORKS (OFFICES OF "Y GENEDL GYMREIG" AND "NORTH WALES EXPRESS NEW HARBOUR, CARNARVON. THE Proprietors respectfully call the attention of Quarry Proprietors, Merchants, Trades- men, and the Public generally, to the opening of the above Works, which have been fitted up with Type and Machinery of the best and newest description. They are thus enabled to execute GENERAL PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PLACARDS, AND POSTING BILLS, &c., OF ANY SIZE OR COLOUR, SHOW CARDS, PAMPHLETS, CATALOGUES, FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' RULES, BALANCE SHEETS, ACCOUNTS, MEMORANDUMS, INVOICES, PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BUSINESS CARDS, &c., CHEQUE AND RECEIPT BOOKS, TIME SHEETS, » 0 BANKUPTCY FORMS, &c., &c, &c. LITHOGRAPHY, PAPER RULING, BOOKBINDING, &c., &c., On the mcst reasonable terms, and with the utmost despatch. The Proprietors having purchased a choice and extensive selection of Type, &c., will be able to execute Printing with neatness and clearness, and they hope that by the exercise of tact in thepur- chase of Materials, a prompt and careful attention to all orders, and their reasonable Charges, to merit a share of public patronage. ESTIMATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT AND GENERAL IRONMONGERY DEPOT. ROBERT WILLIAMS, BRUNSWICK BUILDINGS, CARNARVON, AND MARKET PLACE, PWLLHELI HAS recently erected some extensive Warehouses in close proximity to the Brunswick Build- ings, wherein to keep Iron, Steel, and Balky Goods, so that the Show Rooms of the Agricultura Department are now tilled with THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT Has been greatly improved, and is now complete with GRATES, KITCHEN RANGES, HEATING & COOKING STOVES, and an excellent stock of Building Ironmongery. THE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT (to this Department has been added the large room formerly known as the Workmen's Institute which covers an area of 1,560 superficial feet—the largest Show Room in North Wales) still retains its reputation, which contains a well-selected Stock of Brass and Iron Bedsteads in French and Half- Testers, Spring Mattrasses, Beds, Straw Palliasses, &c., made on the Premises; Feathers and Flocks at all prices. Modern Designs in Electro-plated Goods. Best Sheffield Cutlery, &c. ALL KINDS OF IMPLEMENTS SUITABLE FOR THE VARIOUS SEASONS, Consisting of CHAFF CUTTERS, TURNIP PULP OILCAKE MILLS, CORN CRUSHERS, GRINDING MILLS, WINNOWERS. WEIGHING MACHINES, &c., STIFF AND SPRING CARTS, WAGGONS AND LORRIES by the Best Makers, CHAMPION WELSH AND ENGLISH PLOUGHS, CULTIVATORS, SCUFFLERS, PATENT TOOTHED AND CHAIN HARROWS, SHEEP RACKS, CATTLE ClutJS, PIG TROUGHS, &c. STEAM ENGINES AND THRASHING MACHINERY. Estimates given for IRON HURDLES and all kinds of Fencing, which will compare most favourably with any English firm. Quarry Proprietors and Smiths supplied with the best Iron and Steel, at advantageous prices. SPADES, SHOVELS, PICKS, HAMMERS MOULDS, and all Quarry requisites. r -r Si SEWING MACHINES. By the best English and American Makers, including the "JIOWE," "SINGERS," "THOMAS," "IMPERIAL," "REMINGTON," "LITTLE WANZER," "PRINCESS OF WALES," "WILLCOX AND GIBBS," "CHALLENGE," "WEIR," &c. SPORTING AND MILITARY AMMUNITION, RABBIT AND BIRD TRAPS, &c. GOODS AMOUNTING TO S2 AND UPWARDS IN VALUE SENT CARRIAGE FREE ANY RAILWAY STATION IN WALES. E42«:< GWII,Y-N,l EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, OR VEGETABLE TONIC. Approved and Registered according to Law. 0 0 .dn j:I 1, /Z ;,71- -I I C, A Boy F 0 CONSISTING of Quinine and the active principles I of SarsapariDa, Saitron, Lavender, Burdock, Liverwort, Gentian, &e.. prepared, scientifically in the proportions, most desirable to ensure its perfect success. The great object of the Quinine Bitters" is to set in order the main springs (as it were) of the mechanism of the body, and to remove the various which produce such painful effects in the human system. They assist digestion, promote and facilitate circula- tion, strengthen the nerves and muscles, purify the blood, brace up the system in short, bring the whole body into a sound and healthy condition. Being gifted with highly tonic and digestive properties. they are specially recommended as an effective cure for depression of spirits, sensation of sinking in the stomach, bilious head-aches, nervous relaxation muscular weaknes, wasting of the tissues, disturbed sleep, heartburn, cramp, pain in the stomach, &c. For all afVeel ions of the chest, such as hoarseness, cough, spitting of blood, asthma, &c., their effect is acknowledged and appreciated by those who have tried them. This remedy does not injure the teeth, as it is compo«ed exclusively of ingredients of a vegetable character, the action of which on the human system'is mild but efficient, and adapted to all ages, from the infant to the adult, and to every variety of temperament and constitution. They can in no way injure the stomach; and the benefits derived from their use is not the result of a temporary and injurious stimulant of the digestive organs, but they effect a radical axd lasting cure by restoring the uofmal functions of the stomach, and acting in consort with nature to expel disease. Experiment will serve to establish it as a household remedy. As the Quinine Bitters" act on the constitution generally, the patient is cautioned not to be too sanguine of immediate success, and the patentee does not profess that they act hi a miraculous manner," or that the first ul s dose cures," or in "ten minutes," &c., as may be often seen advertised; but they will, after a fair and continued trial, show their beneficial effects, if taken in time. The 4s 6d bottles contain as much as two 2s 3d bottles thereby the purchaser may save a shilling. To be had of all first-class Chemists, or direct from Mil. GWILYM EVANS, PHARMACEUTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, LLANELLY. Any Chemist can order these, free of expense with their other goods, from the wholesale agentsBarclay and Sons, London; Evans, Sous, and Co., Liverpool; Bower- Brothers, Chester; Pilling and Graham Manchester, &c. [E 484 _-0 THE BRUNSWICK CARRIAGE WORKS, CARNARVON. R O BERT WILLIAMS BEGS to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and his numerous Customers that he has purchased the above extensive business, lately carried on by Mr John Owen Jones, where, by strict and careful attention, he hopes to merit the continuance of the patronage accorded to his predecessor. All kinds of Carriages, comprising LANDAUS, BROUGHAMS, OMNIBUSES BRAKES, WAGGONETTES, PHJETONS, WHITECIIAPELS, DOG-CARTS, ALEX AN DRI AS, &c., &c., made of the best materials, style, and workmanship. His STOCK also comprises a first-class selection of CARRIAGE LAMPS, APRONS, (both Leather and India Rubber), RUGS, MATS, &c., &c. SECOND-HAND TRAPS BOUGHT, EXCHANGED, AND REPAIRED. Particular attention is always paid to the selection of good, sound, and well-seasoned timber (a large quantity of which is always kept on kand), which ensures quick despatch and without any risk of green timber being used. R. WILLIAMS' experience in the Hardware Trade enables him to buy Springs and Axles and all kinds of Carriage Ironmongery from the best Manufacturers and at the lowest prices. PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS— R. WILLIAMS, BRUNSWICK CARRIAGE WORKS, K425—h CASTLE SQUARE, CARNARVON. Y GENEDL GYMKEKI (i%> Welsh Nation J. IN consequence of the unprecedented ucccss that has attended the publication of the "Y Genedl Gymreig," it has been deemed expedient to make a considerable enlargement in its size. THE LARGEST OF WELSH PAPERS. CIRCULATION—23,000 WEEKLY. 500 AGENCIES IN WALES. 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