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TO WELSH COMPOSITORS. WANTED immediately, Two Experienced WELSH COM- i} POSI rORS. None need apply but those who are strictly sober, and can give satisfactory references as to character. Apply to Mr. DAVID EVANS, Principality Office, Cardiff. CARDIFF FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY. OFFICE, No. 6, CASTLE-STREET. members of this Society are informed that their SU.B- SCRIPTIONS, wiil be received at the Society's Office, on MONDAY, July the 1st, and every succeeding Monday, between the hours of seven and nine p.m. Persons desirous of becoming members are requested to apply to the Secretary. Those persons who have already paid their entrance fee, are re- quested to send in their names and addresses in fdl to the Secretary, that they may be properly enrolled as members of this Society. The Committee are prepared to receive proposals for the purchase of any Eligible Freehold Property.-All communications to be addressed to Mr. PETER PBICE. Secretary, 8. Working-street. 24, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. H. GRANT 1") EGS to inform his Friends and the Public that lie has just f) returned from London and the North of England, with a choice selection of ENGLISH and FOREIGN FANCY GOODS, in Clocks, Watches, Jewellery, Electro Plated Goods, &c., &c., Also a large assortment of Splendid-Toned ACCORDIONS, from the best Makers, with a Variety of Irish Bog Oak and Hair BRACELETS and BROOCHES, likewise some beautiful goods in PEARL and STEEL, a quantity of FANCY CHARMS in Steel, Pearl, Coral, Bog Oak, &c. A choice selection of PAPIER MACHIE GOODS, in every variety; FANCY GLASS and CHINA WARES, with about 300 pairs of GLOVE BANDS, of various patterns, and a great many other articles too numerous to mention. II. G. would also intimate to Masters of Vessels, Merchants and Owners, that he has constantly • on hand New and Second-Hand CHRONOMETERS, of the best makers, which are warranted and LET OUT ON HIRE; also BAROMETERS, SEXTANTS, QUADRANTS, TELESCOPES, CHARTS to all Part of the World of the latest dates, NAUTICAL STATIONARY, &c, In returning thanks for past favours, H. GRANT would observe that his business is conducted on the principle of Small Profits and Quick Returns. Every Article marked in plain figures, and only one price made- Five per cent, off fur cash. All Work executed on the Premises, by Experienced Workmen, -& the shortest notice. BRISTOL GENERAL STREAM NAVIGATION COIPill, OFFICE, QUAY. BRISTOL A f it THE following steam ves.sel^ are intended t« § sail Irom Cumberland Basin, Bristol:—-to »n 1 from Dublin, Shamrock; Cork, Juverna and Sabrina; Waterfowl, Victory and Rose; ;Tenhy, Osprey (Tuesdays) and Phcenix; Mil- ford, Pater, and Haverfordwest, Osprey; Cannar tiv -Swansea, County and Beresford; Newport, Swift til oai cutT, Star and Prince of Wales, as under- mentioned during AUGUST, FROM BRISTOL TO 'a **} £ < I >• I I | AUG" » ° 5 Z i'S* I Cardiff. £ ° W £ H I >1 o '■Thur 1 !l pm H pm li am Ulim I0| ni fc'ri. i 1J urn 12 no II 111 H m fiat. 3 12.4 nf 1 pm 12jUi' 12 no Man 5 3 af 2i af Tue«s '1 3J p vi 3.J |>m pm 4 am-l^ am 1 af o\ af Wed 7 5 af 5 af 5 af Tiiur 8 7 am 5^ m 5 aj g 111 Tiiur 8 7 am 5i¡ m 5 at 6 m iTi. 9 7 am 7 ani am 6.J am 7 am6J m 6 ai 7m6Jaf Sat.11 7J am 8 am 7A m 8 m ^<,n ••• ■■■ 9 pm 8i ni 8^ m l'uc» 13 9 am 9 ara 9 am 10 am 9.j m 9J in Wed. 11 10 am in m 10 .to Tiairla K^pni !0.Jpmll am lOim 11 m Vvi 1G 12 no 1 pm 12 no 1IJ m tat 17 1 af 12ipm 1 af 12J af Mon 19 3 af af Tut-s 20 pi;; 3.5 pm 2.! pm 4 am 41 am 4 af 3 af Wed a I l.( af 41 af 4 af rh.or-* 6 am 51 af 6 m Fri.23 5.1 ai i<m 6 am 6 am 6j am 6 1116 at Cm.JCaf Sat.24 7 am 7 am 61 m Pi al 7 m 25 26 74 m 8 m l ues 27 S an) 8 ara 8 am S am 9 am S m 8 £ m V< eci 2S S4 an; 111 9 m Thur'29 91 pm 10 am 9 m 9-i m £ n 30-10 am 10 am 9i pm 10 am 9| m lo" m 311 Id jam 11 amJloJm 11 m FOR BRISTOL FROM «o. I 1 I Is 1 I i I llSpg g f Cardiff | a a M -— O £ h.l,r 1 11 am m 9 m ■■■■ ■■■ 1 Pin ••• 1 PM 7 pm 12 no 9-i m 9J m ^at." pm j10 i| pn, |j m 11 m 2?on 5 — "77 1} af 14 af lues -'6 !2i no S am 5 am 21 af 2* af j'ed I G4 am 4 am 3 af 3j af v, lr ■■■ •• 6 am 4i m 4 af 4i af Jfl-■ 8 ar.i 7 am am 5 m 5J af 6m5jaf am jjJ am 6J am 7J am 6 m- 6 af T7 77" 77 7~m 7 T~m 10 am 2 pm 10 am 8 m 8 m I'-Jam 9 am 81 m 8} m ,tur llJamn m 9 m 'n 1(> 1 pm 11 as 7 pm 12 110 9J m 10 m b;U_ j7 2 am 12 no 2 pm lUm 11-i m .'9 l.J af 1-i af w !i«'nt> 5 am 2.J- af 2j af >1,. 6? an) ■■■ 4 am 3 af 3J af 6 am 4J af 4 af i.1!3 7 am Ci am 64 am 4i af 4J af 5 £ m 4i ya -J •••* 8 am 2 am 6 am 7 am 5 rn 5 ai' 5 af 2fi 6 m 6 af 9 am 12 no 9 am 6} m 6.J m ic are 74 am 7 m — 7 m 'J;:11'-9 9. am 7^ m 7J m s'1 amJl-i nt J(» am 5 pm 19.; m SJ,- m 8 m 'Vi 31 lOJarn 11 m 9j m 9 ni ^°TICE.-—From 1st April and during the summer, the Juverna dl leave Bristol for Cork on Wednesdays instead of Tuesdays. i:1f:: The whole of the above vessels are fitted up for the eonvey- anCe °fpass,Cttgei*s and goods.—Female stewards on board. i damages and horses shipped with care.—Horses and carriages to e shipped two hours before sailing. Goods for Shipment must be alongside before 4 o'clook in the tf,rnooll, Particulars may be obtained by applying at the Bristol Steam dvigation Company's Office, Quay, Bristol; where all goods. Packages, parcels, &e.. should be addressed:—For Swansea and frdif! to Messrs. W. and H. Hartnell, at their warehouse, corner 01 St. Stephe n's-avenue, on the Quay, instead of Clare-street-hall Bull-wharf; and E. T. Turner, 12, Quay-street; an for New A to J. Jones, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells. » Joseph Morgan, Tenby; Mr. J. Rees, Haver- Rawest; Mr Palmer, Milford Mr. liowen, Pater Mr. John N. if ,a** «n<l Mr. W. Pockets, Swansea; Mr. W. R. Harvey and jj V. Bevan, Cardiff; Mr. Martin, Ilfracombe; Mr. Thomas i;,rr- LJnt0l~>; Mr. Robert Stacey. Cartaarthea; and Mr. It Newport. I AVIS AND JENKS, Sign Painters, Glaziers, and General Omamentists, FREDERICK-STREET & LEWIS-STREET, CARDIFF, PRESENT their grateful acknowledgment for the kind and. P liberal Patronage they have received since their commence- ment in business; and beg to assure their friends it will be their every endeavour to produce excellence of workmanship, combined with Moderate Charges. Venetian and Wire Blinds made to Order and Repaired. MONEY. 214,000 IN ONE SUM, Or in Divided Amounts, A RE ready for approved Mortgages at a very low rate of Interest' /V. au<^ which may be Secured to the Borrowers for a term of Years to suit their convenience. This Money belongs in part to Mr COWARD, who will not enter on a treaty with any but Principals for the Loan. Address, JOliN JAMES COWARD,Esq.,Lansdowne-crescent, Bath. BvLetter, free of postage. Bath, August 14. SOUTH WALES RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the next Half-Yearly. General or Ordinary Meeting of the Proprietors of this Com- pany, will be held, pursuant to the Act of Parliament, at the PADDINGTON STATION of the Great Western Railway, on WED- NESDAY, the 28th day of AUGUST next, at One o'Clock, for the general purposes of business. The Chair will be taken at One o'Clock precisely. The Transfer Books will be closed on the 14th of August, and will not be opened until after the said Half-Yearly General Meet ing, on the 28th of August. By Order, FRED. G, SAUNDERS, SRCY. South Wales Railway Offices, 449, West Strand, London, August 6th, 18-50. EMIGEATION TO BALTIMORE UNITED STATES, DIRECT FROM THE BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. To sail on or about the 28th Instant, I THE FINE NEW 'k AMERICAN SHIP N A R R A G AN S E T T," 1000 TONS BURTHEN. JOIIN EDMONDS, COMMANDER. npiIIS FINE SHIP has very superior Accommodation for "L T Passengers, and the Captaiii will make arrangements here before sailing, for their Free Transit to any port or place in the United States. For particulars apply to H. H. PARRY AND BROWN, Ship Brokers, Cardiff. SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN WALES. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION MAGAZINE FOR AUGUST, PRICE ONE PENNY, CONTAINS a Narrative of Mr. CHARLES REED'S VISIT to x-i some of the WELSH SUNDAY SCHOOLS, with the usual variety of Essays, Poetry, Reviews of Books, Sunday School Intel- ligence in various parts of England, &e. It is PUBLISHED MONTHLY. LlyfrauatWasanaeth Ysgolion Sabbothol. RHAN 1.—Egwyddorig o'r Iaith Gymreig neu y Llyfr Cyntafi Ddechreu Dysgu Darken. Pris 12s. y Cant. RHAN 2.—Egwyddorig o'r Iaith Gymreig; neu y Llyfr Cyntaf i Ddechreu Dysgu Darllen. Pris 16s. y Cant. LLYTHYRENAU YR EGWYDDOR, A GWERSI UNSILL, Ar Fyrddau. Pris 8s. y Cant. LLYFR Y DOSPARTH CYNTAF. At Ddarllen, Sillebu, ac Egwyddoii. Pris 8s. y Cant. HOLIADAU AR LYFR Y DOSPARTH CYNTAF i Athrawon. Pris 12s. y Cant. LLYFR YR AIL DDOSPARTH. At Ddarllen, Sillebu ac Eg- wyddori. Pris 8s. y Cant. ° HOLIADAU ar lyfr yr AIL DDOSPARTH i Athrawon. Pris 16s y Cant. LLYFR Y TRYDYDD DOSPARTH. At Ddarllen, Sillebu, ac Egwyddori. Pris 12s. y Cant. HOLIADAU ar lyfr y TRYDYDD DOSPARTH i Atlirawon Pris 30s. y Cant. These may also be had in English on the same terms. PUBLISHED MONTHLY, PRICE ONE PENNY. NOTES on the SCRIPTURE LESSONS, for 1850, for Sunday School Teachers, and published a month in advance throughout the year. ° PUBLISHED MONTHLY, PRICE ONE PENNY. THE BIBLE" CLASS MAGAZINE, A RELIGIOUS MIS CELLANY designed especially for the Senior Scholarfand Junior Teachers in our Schools, with the rising Youth in our Cougregations. ° PUBLISHED MONTHLY, PRICE ONE PENNY. SCRIPTURE TEXTS for Elementary Classes, for every Sunday Morning and Afternoon in the Month, printed with very large type, and published Monthly with the Scripture Notes. Price Id., or 8s. per 100. IN NINE PENNY NUMBERS. THE SU DA It SCHOLAR'S OWN TUNE BOOK. of UNION TUNE BOOK, lREiix^L I ARI Oxm LI, containing 371 Tunes, cloth, price Is cloth, gilt edges, In. 4J. IN FlF rKEN PENNY NUMBERS. THE UMON BOCK, new Pocket Edition, containing 3/1 limes, ilviiiBLE and BASS only, bound in cloth 2s half-bound calf, 2s. (id. J IN TWENTY-NINE PENNY NUMBERS. THE UNION TUNE BOOK, a new Pocket Edition, containing 371 Tunes, arranged for Four Voices, by T. CLAlU, &c., cloth", 3s. halt-bound call, 3s. 6d. IN THIRTY-ONE PENNY NUMBERS THE UNION HYMN BOOK FOR SCHOLARS, 'containing 291 Hymns and Tunes, arranged for Fotm VOICEK, bound in cloth, 3s.; half-bound calf, 3s. 6d. Just Published Nos. 1 to 5, to continued. THE JUVENILE HARMONIST: being a Cqjleition of Tunes and Pieces for Children, arranged for Two Trebles and a Bass by THOMAS CLARK. Price Id. London Sunday School Union Depository, 60, Paternostcr-Row. THE RAILWAY HOTEL, CARDIFF, IS pleasantly and healthily situated, within three minutes' walk from the centre of the Town, having oa side detached Vil'as— in front a well-laid Nursery Ground—a romantic view of the WELSH MOUNTAINS—adjoining the TAFF VALE RAILWAY STATION, and is the only convenient Hotel in Cardiff for the transit of Passengers intending to go by the BRISTOL STEAM PACKETS AND SOUTH WALES RAILWAY, to and from which an OMNIBUS is continually running. Families and Gentlemen visiting this neighbourhood will find this a quiet and comfortable House, combined with moderate charges.—Horses, Flys, &c., &c.; Slullibier's Patent Funeral Carriage, let on hire good Stabling and Look-up Co ich-house J. W. cannot let this opportunity slip by without thanking his numerous friands for their kind support and be»s to state tint hi OMNIBUSES will leave the above Hotel for the Bute Docks, at. the undermentioned times, and also the Bute Docks for th-> R i'ilwi "S Hotel. The Omnibuses will pass through all the principal Streets in Cardiff, and will set down Passengers at the Railway and Steamy Packet Stations ;— v DHPAHTUUE FROM RAILWAY H0TEL.—8h. 40m. a.m.; llh. a.m.; 12h. 20m. p.m.; 2h. p.m.; 3h. 30m. p.m. ,5h. 45m. p m DEPARTURE FROM BUTE Dut!JvS.—9h. 20m. a.m.; llh. 35m. a.m.; 12h. 50m. p.m.; 2h. 30m. p.m.; 411. 5m. p.m.; 6h. 15m. p.m. Fares :-Tltrecpence Inside, and Twopence Outside. Railway Hotel, Cardiff, Aug. 7, 1850. J. WINS TONE, PROPRIETOR. DELIVERED CARRIAGE F R E E TO ALL PAR T SOP EN G LAN D. TEAS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. TEA WAREHOUSE, 2, BUCKLERSBURY, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. millS Establishment was commenced in the year 1830. Its successful progress during 20 years has gratified our anticipations- i Patronage of the Public has elevated its position to one of the largest in the Trade. Our main object has been and Vill i* to ^.E1/ he uShc. oa.f^DB lEUMS; a?d1assYnungvi such an undertaking appears to be, it is obvious that to do Business' on a Wholesale Scale, it is necessary to have wholesale appliances. • In conformity with these ideas, our locality was choS a bve thoroughfare, where space and accommodation are sufficient to carry on trade to any extent, but without those merciless and enormous expenses inseparably attached to retail shops in prominent situations, whereby an extravagant profit is rendered necessary 11 nee its will be seen that we are m a position to suppiy the Public on the best and most economical terms-in fact to supply at Jrst ha d by wnich all intermediate profits are saved. I he immense variety of Teas now imported into this country, demands the most scrutiai'sin- caution. In this we have considerable advantages, as from the extent of out trade we ave enabled to elploy a qualified and Experienced Person, whose sole duty is that of carefully selecting, tasting, and appropriating Teas for consumption, the following areOur present quotations I Black Teas. s. d. Common Tea 2 8 (The duty on all being 2s. 241 d., renders comment on the quality of this Tea unnecessary.) Sound Congou Tea 3 0 (A good, useful Tea for economical and large consumers.) Strong Congou Tea 3 4 (A Tea very much approved of.) Fine Souchong Tea 3 g (Pekoe flavour. Strongly recommended.) Fine Pekoe Souchong. 4 0 (This Tea :.s more in repute than any other it is a very superior Tea.) Finest Pekoe Souchong 4 4 (This is a high class Tea.) Finest Lapsang Souchong 5 0 (This is a rare Tea, very scarce, of an extraordinary flavour.) Gresa Teas. 5. d. Common vxrecn 3 0 Young Hyson 3 Young Hyson 3 4 (This will mix with the Black.) Fine YoungIlyson. 3 8 ( We recommend this with the 3s. 4d. Elac'li.')' Superior You-ig Hyson 4 0 Fine Hyson 5 0 Gunpowder Tea. .1 4 The Finest Young Hyson 5 0 (This is fit for any use.) Fine Shot Gunpowder g 0 The Finest Gimpoioder Imported 7 0 Colfees. The Coffee market is yery uncertain—prices Ranging daily. We quote the present prices s d. Fine Ceylon Coffee 1 0 Fine Plantation (recommended) j 2 Finest Java Coffee (superior Coffee) 1 4 Finest Cuba Coffee (strongly recommended) 1 'fi Finest Mocha Coffee 1 8 Our Ccjjee. is roastcd by the latest improved vaient machinery. Much discussion having recently taken place m Parliament about Chicory, we are induced to keep on sale the best imported of R,l per lb., for those who prefer its adinixture. Having briefly alluded to the principle on which we conduct our busiuess, wo respectfully solicit the attention nf TTnt-.i Schools, and all Large Establishments, who wiil derive considerable advance* from these — ?P\^ ARI' DELEVERED CAE!.11 AGE mi TO ANY PART OI- ENGLAND, carnage of Cotteo is not paid unless accompanied by Tea. 1 e z, and feclUmmendTifm.St for faV°Ur8' refer to our s-vstern of busiaoss as a satisfactory inducement for your further patronage 2, iiueklcrsbury, Cheapside. MANSELL, HORNE & Co. P.S, Agents are appointed in every T„wn and Village. Respectable Persons only will be treated with. T HE LONDON MUTUAL LIFE~A.ND GUARANTEE SOCIETY. Established for Granting Assurances on Lives, Guarantee for Fidelity, Endowments, Loans, Annuities, and Interest on Deposit Accounts. INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. All Policies indisputable, except in cases of palpable fraud. The Premium per cent. for Fidelity Guarantee Policies, in •om bination with Life Assurance, will be found extremely moderate. Guarantee Fund, 250,000. HEAD OFFICES, No. 63, MOOIiGATE-STREET, LONDON near the Bank of England. TRUSTEES :— Stephen Olding, Esq., Clenieiit's -lane, Banker. Thomas Spalding, Esq., Drury-lane. Henry Tucker, Esq., Stamford Hill. Edward Swaine, Esq., 185, Piccadilly. DTTECTORS :— Peter Broad, Esq., Tavistoch-street, and Shepherd's Bush, Jonathan Carey, Esq., Abbey-place, St. John's Wood. Thomas Chambers, Esq., Devereux Chambers, Temple. Joseph Davis, Esq., Stock Exchange, and Providence House, Hackney. William Coles Fuller, Esq., 9, Arthur street, West. Benjamin Wigg Hickling, Esq.,9, Noble-street, and Norwood. Stephen Olding, Esq., Clement's lane. Charles lteed, Esq., Paternoster-row, and Hackney. Joseph Tucker, Esq., Gresham-street, and Woodford. George Wilson, Esq., Westminster, and Notting Hill. MEDICAL OFFICERS. Thomas Bevil Peacock, Esq., M.D., Rinsbury Circus. Ebenezer Smith, Esq., Billiteivsquare, AUDITORS. William Hopwood, Esq., Aldine Chambers. Paternoster-row. George Moor, Esq., Hoiborn Hill. George S. Hinchlift, Esq., Chelsea, and Hammersmith. J. Parrington, Esq., 16, iving-street, City. COUNCIL. Robert Lmh, Esq., Inner Temple. C. J. Esq., Stone-buildings, Lincoln', Inn. BANKERS. Messrs. Rogers, Olding, and Co., 29, Clement's-lanc. SOLICITORS. Messrs. Tyrrell and Matthews, 30 Basiughall-str.5et SECRETARY. Hi C. Eiffe, Esq. PROSPKCJCS.—The proprietors of this sccunv are a body c-f pxa-e tical business men, who have seen the eviis h ;■ er.c ;.ide of "Pro prietary Ottices, where profits are mnde from ifcs sole advantage of the shareholders, raryin^ f.vui J J tr cent. • or A portion of the profits being aiviUod aaioiur the A*s->rc-d, Premiums are paid for the iieuefis of future s'E,i"n,s; and en the other hand, those Mutual Societies where nobody is responsible, the only security being the mutual funds of the fecoiet- ia -hi-h case, should the Societies' business not l'eajso a snibcieut income, t ie Assurers must be left witliou, nayment either of the Sum As- sured, cr the Annuity contracted for; To avoid these evils, and aifuru af once perfect secrriry to the Assured, with full participation in the gains, the LFIXUOK MUTUAL LIFE AND QUARANTKB SocitTv" is established, and the Proprietors have secured an ample capital to meet tna expenses of building up the Society, and to guarantee the pre.a; t payment of all claims. J The interest on this capital, until sufficient fancts seanranlate tc pay it off, will form the only claim oa the proiits or' the Soeiety and ■afterwards all the profits wiil be divided among the A -suml.' This Society being established upon the MUTUAL principle, with the additional advantage of the gaarauteed capital, to render ce. tain the prompt settlement of ali its euua^eiue'.its, uie.ct and wii, afford benefits not to be exceeded, if indued to be found, ir. any similar Institution. A most important feature in the arrangements of this So- ciety, by which litigation wili be avoided, and perfect confidence rendered to the public, is, that NO POLICY WILL be DISPUTED ex. cept in cases of PALPAULB fraud; ali claims, therefore, on Life Policies, will be immediately discharged alter the usual proofs shall have been submitted to the Directors, as likewise the age of the Assured will at any time (upon satisfactory proof being furnished) be admitted by endorsement all the Poik-y. The business is conducted at the Head "OiBce, under the super- niteuaence of the Board of Directors; nla by the terms of the Deed of Constitution, the Accounts are annuallv audircd b? four Auditors (one of whom is to have no interest in the Society, either a. a Share or Policy Holder), and their report submitted at a General Meeting of the Members, so that every arty possess, ample security for the proper management of the'atihirs of ihe In- stitution. The General Board meets every Tuesday at three o'cV.ek- buf Assurances can he effected daily from ten to four o'eiock o\ ap- plication to the Secretary, or to any of the Provincial Agencies. Prospectuses, Forms oi Proposal for Life, Guarantee," and id■ with every other information, may be obtained of the Secretary the Society's Office, to whom likewise persons desiroiis Of, Ia pointed Agents in London or pi-ovincia, towns, or I\ledil:allLfcre: in the country, are requested to apply either personally or by letter-. (by order Athe Board) II. C. Efti'ii,, Secretary. A liberal commission allowed to Solicitors, Surveyors, Mi nisters of Congregations, and the Company's Agents. Parties having simple Life Policies, may at any time c'ialige them for those containing Guarantee for Fidelity in combine tioii with Insurance. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. TANIEE'S D IN l E R PILLS. A MILD and EFFECTUAL MEDICINE, for Endi.sestbn and Stomach and Liver Complaints. These Fids wili he found one of the best medicines ever offered to the P harmless and simple, yet thoroughly efiicacioas in removing Indigestion—known by a sense of fullness and pain in the stomach after meals, flatulence, spasmodic affections ot the chest, giddiness, inactivity, and langour' sensed fullness in the throat (popularly called the. rising of rhe lights), loss of appetite, and sometimes great craving for feud sick- ness after meals, heartburn, drowsiness, sick-headache, spur belch- ings, rumbling sensation in the stomach or bowels restlessness at night, starting and frightful dreams, sometimes great moanin-' in tne Sxcep, and sense of weight and oppression upon the chest ^nn pleasant taste in the mouth in tiie morning; the tongue frvqucntW covered with a yellowish fur, shooting pains from t-h 1 st-Jmach to the shoulder-biades, pain in the ide, yellowness of the eyes skin, weight over the eyes and back part of the head, loss of me- nio1 y, dizziness and dimness of sight, ringing noise in the ears and gieat depression of spmfs. They correct the morbid state of the ofbiie1nPpf«nS Subsi>ryi0.nt to digestion, promote a due secretion of bile, speedily remove nabiUial costivencss destrrv rolicm. the constitution of goaty inat>«r and oth-r i! 1 the frame to a healthy sta^e impurities, and restore for1th'eSH^UtS,?aVf bet'U,Td by proprietor in private practice, •ible for tip m ^Ty' r extraordinary success. They are suit- wh mv I -° /fCSte, ie'aalGS' autl ar-' ^ell known by hundred, reou^e co,f«nrd tb,eir use the greatest benefit. They do no. cial pffV>pf- • o \n^0n< 15^0^erate exercise will promote their beaeii- ti'-i i» th^T aetln^ on.the bowels uut.il several hours after thev wi'l Vf4' l (<a almost imj:erceptibiy as a gentle aperient thy ^Mdoe iound to answer admirably. warruhC1i 1+i t,0ilic auci carminative, promoting a kindly, ho w i 110 stomTach and bowels, and give tone and vigour to the whole system In all cases it cannot be expected that one or fm- e"ect a cure» they must he steadily persevered i:i th^uis f1' ys' an(^ then the most successful results will show r^nr?p^e<;land sold at H- A- TANNER'S CHEMICAL AND ESI ABLISHMENT, KINGSWOOD HILL,nearBRIS: ^T;. Manufacturer of the deep orange-colour incomparabk AJNIS -V JL 1G, or Cheese Colouring. Price 7& per box family boxes, Is. and 2s. each, Considerable saving in purchasing the Is. or 2s. boxes. Who'ssale agents for Bristol—Messrs. T. and A. WARREN w.holes tie Druggists, IledelifFe-street. Agen for CAHUIFF—Mr, G. PHILLIPS, Chemist, Agent lot the Alii mee and Argus Fire and Life Insurance Offices Agent for NEWPORT-Mr. E. J. PHI LLIPS, Chemist- Agent for SWANSEA—Mr. W, M. BREW3TI2H,