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TOWN OF CARDIFF. CAPITAL INVESTMENT. MR. LEYSHON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AT THE BLACK LION INN, ST. MARY-STREET, On FRIDAY, the 30th of AUGUST, 1850, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to suuh conditions as shall be then produced,— 4 LL those FOUR substantially-built DWELLING-HOUSES, J\ situate in ST. DAVID-STREET and LOVE-LANE, in the im- proving town of Cardiff. The above-mentioned premises are held under lease for 999 years, of which about twelve year* are expired, subject to a Ground-rent of E4 7s. 6d. per annum. The Two Houses in St. David-street, being Nos. 35 and 36r are itow let at the low yearly rent of E16, and comprises six good- Rooms in each, with Cellar, Back-yard, and Offices, and a good supply of Water.. Also, Two Houses in Love-lane, Nos. 4 and 5, are let at the yearly rent of £10 each. Those Houses comprise four Rooms in elteh House, with Back-yard, &c., and a. good supply of Water. The whole will be disposed ofeither together or in separate lots, as may be agreed upon at the time of sale. The Auctioneer most respectfully- calls the attention of-purchaserll to this opportunity, as the property is in agood situation and can-" not fail to let at all times. To view the same apply on the Promises and for further par- ticulars apply to the AUCTIONEER, 65, Union-street, or to Mr. H. BECK, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. T. II. LOWDER, SADDLER, HARNESS MAKER,$c., fa CARDIFF, BEGS most respectfully to return his sincere thanks to the JD Gentry, Clergy, Farmers, and other inhabitants of Cardiff, and its neighbourhood, for the very liberal support received by him during the last twenty-five years, and to state that he has taken his Son, G. M. LOWDEIi, into PARTNERSHIP, with the view of extending his trade and entering upon a fresh undertaking, which will be found explained in the subjoined advertisement. T. H. LOWDER & SON, Saddlers, Harness Makers, General Furnishing Ironmongers, Cutlers, &c., 24, ANGEL-STREET, CARDIFF, BEGS respectfully to announce to the Inhabitants of this Town aud neighbourhood, that they have just purchased an entirely new and modern STOCK OF IRONMONGERY, SUTLER! &c., &c., Which is now open for Inspection, and warranted to prove equa to any ever before submitted for public inspection. The Prices at which they are prepared to dispose of the various Articles comprised in their Stock will be found extremely moderate, which, together with strict attention and punctuality in executing orders, will, they hope, procure for them a share of public patron- age and support. TAiF VALE RAILIVAY., ALTERATION OF PASSENGER TRAINS. ON and after MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd, 1850, the Times of Departure and Arrival of the PASSENGER TRAINS will be as follows, until further Notice UP TRfAINS.- WEEK DAYS. rKOM CARDIFF. h. m. Mail a.m. 8 40 p.m. 1 30 p.m. 5 40 IRRIVAL MJ3RTHYR. h. m. Mail 0 p. m. 2 55 p.m. 7 10 ARRIVAL ABERDARE, I h. m. From Merthyr a.m. 8 50 Mail- a.m. 10 0 p.m. 2 50 j p.m. 7 10 SUNDAYS: I V\. m.! Mail .a.m. 9 0 p.m. 4 0 h. m., [Mail a.m.lO 351 I p.m. 5 3o| h. m. Mull .a.m.10 35 p.m. 5 35 DOWN THAINS.—WEEK DAYS. 1 FROM MERTHYR- h. m. a.m. 7 45 Mail .p.m 1 40 p.m. 5 30 FROM ABERDARE. h. m. [i a.m. 7 45 ToMerthyr a.m. 9 0 Mail .p.m. 1 40 p.m. 5 30 ARRIVAL CARDIFF. j h. JR. j a.m. S 10 j mail 3 6 j i p.m. 6 50 SUNDAYS:: I ft. m, a.m. 9 10 Mail p.m. 4 10 f h. m»j f a m. 9 10i IMail .p.m. 4 10 h. m. a.m. 10 45 [Mail .p.m. 5 45 All the Trains leave Cardiff Docks, 15 Minutes before leaving Cardiff, and arrive at Cardiff Docks, 10 Minutes after their arrival at Cardiff Station. First, Second, and Third Class Passengers, are taken by all the Trai-ns. For further Particulars, see the Company's Hand-bills. Loudon Time is kept at all the Stations on this Railway, which is 124 Minutes earlier than Local Time. By Order, GEORGE FISHER, General Superintendent. Cardiff, August 20th,.1850.- NOTICE OF REMOVAL. J. MORGAN, HOUSE AND DECORATIVE PA-INTER, GLAZIER,. PAPER- HANGER, &c. IN returning thanks to his friends and the public, for the very liberal support he has met'with, during the seven years he has carried on business in Cardiff, begs te inform them that lie has re- moved from his late premises in Lewis-street and Wharton-place to more commodious premises, situate at No. 6, JOHN-STREET, opposite the Spirit Vaults of Mr. Nell. Where he> still solicits a continuance of the kiud favours he has hitherto received. A large Stock of the choicest Paper Hangiugs continually on hand at all prices.—The Trade supplied. ADMISSION FREE, OPEN EVERY EVENING- TUB BUTE SALOON, BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF. Proprietor; Mr. W. TAYLOR. IV/TR- TAYLOR most respectfully begs leave to inform his Jjjr Patrons, Friends, and the Public generally, that no expense basbeen spared to render the Entertainments of his Saloon worthy the attention of the lovers of harmony*; and in order further to add to its attractions, he has engaged the following talented company —Miss E. CLIFFORD, of the Liverpool, Dublin, and London Concerts. This much admired Sentimental and Characteristic Vocalist will appear each evening, and sing most of thepopular sen^a of the day. Miss F,, GUEST, the Morning Star. Mr. T. BVANS, the laughable comical Extravaganza and Buffo Singer, late of the Royal Concerts, Belfast and Dablm. Mr. J. F. VAN BRAMER, the great J-uba Dancer. The Concert will be under the direction of Mir., J. BEALE,, Pianist. Doors open at Seven o'clock; the Performance to commcnce at, balf-past. I Deafness and Singing in the Ears effectually Cured, without Pain-or Operation. The application of this wonderful discovered remedy to the ears of i those afflicted with deafness for 40 or 50 yearf; enables them- to hear a watch tick at arm's length. BR. JAMES VERBRUGAN, Surgeon Aurist, and consulting Surgeon to the Infirmary for the Cure of Deafness, begs to oiler this valuable discovery to the public from benevolence rather- than gain, and will forward it to any part, carriage free, with full directions, packed in a small case, on receipt of five. shillings in postage stamps or money order, directed to Dr. James V-erbrugan, 6, Beaufort Buildings, Strand, London. • This is not one of the usual Qnaek Advertisements, the effect produced oit tho application of this remedy being honestly and truly] magical, painless in its use, even to an infant, many of whom, born deaf, together with grown up persons who had not heard the human voice for fifty years, have, after using this remedy, enjoyed the society of their fellow creatures. Dr. V. daily applies it, and has cured thousands in his private practice, and also at tho Ear Infirmaries, in the presence of the most eminent physicians, who have been utterly astounded at the cures effected. B.-No Agents; to insure-the genuine, apply, to Dr. V a P CARDIFF FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY. OFFICE, No. 6, CASTLE-STREET. 'T^HE members of this Society are informed that their SUB- I SCRIPTIONS, will 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 alfeadjr paid their entrance fee* are re- quested to send in their names and addresses in full 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 PRICE, Secretary, 8, Working-street; 24, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. H. GRANT EGS to inform-his Friends and the Public that he has just OEGS to inform-his Friends and the Public that he has just Ll returnedfrom London and the North of England, withachoicc Section of ENGLISH and FOREIGN FANCY GOODS, in Clocks, Watches, Jewellery, Electro-Plated Goods, &c., &c.r a large assortment of Splendid-Toned ACCORDIONS, from tho 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, &cv- A choice selection of P APIER. MACKIE 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. H. G. would also intimate to Masters of Vessels, Merchants and OwneiSj 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 for cash. All Work executed on the Premises, by Experienced Workmen, at the shortest notice. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PREMISES AT PONTYPRIDD. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTIONy BY MR. T. WILLIAMS, AT THE NEW INN, PONTYPRIDD, On WEDNESDAY, the 28th Day of AUGUST Instant, at Threo o'Clock in the Afternoon,, subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be then produced. A LL that OLD-ESTABLISHED SHOP with DWELLING- HOUSE attached, situate near the Market Place, Ponty- prictd, formerly in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Morris, aud late of Mr. John Jenkins. Also a Capital SHOP and PREMISES adjoining the last- mentioned, and late in the occupation of Mr. King. Also, another Capital SHOP and PREMISES, adjoining the last-mentioned, and now in the occupation of Mr. Dd. Richards, Cabinet Maker. Also, several COTTAGES, or TENEMENTS, in the rear of the first-mentioned-Shop and Dwelling-House, producing- a net rental of 1:3.5 per annum or thereabouts. The whole of the above-mentioned premises are most eligibly situated in the centre of the town of Pontypridd, and are held for a term of years, of which 74 are now unexpired. Further Particulars may be obtained jf Mr. MONT AGUE GROVER, Solicitor, Cardiff, or of the AUCTIONEER, to whom application may be made to view the premises. BRISTOL GENERAL S TEAM. N AY IGATION CO MP- AN-YJ OFFICE, QUAY, BRISTOL I. I I ;1, npi-IE fbilowingsteam vessels ar<-inteadedto | §., sail fvom Cumberland Basin, Bristol;—to and from Dublin, Shamrock; Corn, Juvema and Sabrina; Waterford, i ".rer, Osprey (Tuesdays) and P/uetiix i funl, Pater, and Haverfordwest, Owrey; Carmarthen, Phwnix; Swansea,Coimty and Newport, Swift and Dart; Cardiff, Star and Prince of Wales, asVnder- naontkmed during AUGUST, 1 SoO:— FROM BRISTOL TO j "a- •! £ i • ) >. 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S IJ pm 12 noli pm II m 11 m Mon 5 11 af lj af Tues 6 12$no 8 am 5 am 2J af 2| af Wed 7 6i am 4 am 3 af 3j trf Mon 5 11 af li af Tues 6 12$no 8 am 5 am 2J af 2| af Wed 7 6i am 4 am 3 af 3j trf Thar 8 6 am m| 4%f af Fri. 9 8-am 7 am 7i am 5 m'5J at'6m5iaf Fri. 9 8-am 7 am li am 5 in151 afl6m51af Sat.jo 9 am pj am 6J am 7j am 6 m. 6 af Mon 12 7 m 7 m Tues 13 10 am 2"-pm< 10 am 8 m 8 m Wed 14 UJam 9'am 8J m 8i m ThurlS Hiam9| m 9 m Fri 16 l-ipm M am 7:;pm l2~no9|-m 10 m Sat 17 2~'am 12 no 2 pmllim Hi m -18 Mon 19 I af li af Tues 2o 12J no 5 am 21 af 2J af Wed 21 &i am 4';am 3 af 3i al Thur22 5-am 4{ af 4 af Fri.23 7 am 6i;am 6* am 4* af 4$af 5im 4i Sat 24 8 am 2 am 6y am 7 am 5 m 5 af 5 af Mon 26 6 m 6 af1 Tues 27 9 am 42 no 9 am Si m> m Wed28 10 am 7-i'am 7 m — 7' m Tliur23' 9.1 am7i 111 7i m Fri 30 11 am Hi nt 10 am 5 pm 10} m m 8 m Sat 31 lOiam ll| m9$m 9 m NOTICE.—From 1st April and during the summer, the Juverua will leave Bristol for-Cork on Wednesdays instead of-Tuesdays. OW The whole-of the above vessels are fitted up for the convey- Mice of passenger sand goods.—Female stewards on board. Carriages and horses shipped with care.—Horses and carriages to be shipped two hours before sailing. All Goods for Shipment must be alongside before 4 o'clook in the ifternoon. Particulars may be obtained by applying, at the Bristol Steam Navigation Company's Office, Quay, Bristol; where all goods packages, parcels, &c.. should be addressed:- _For Swansea and Cardiff, to Messrs. W. and H. Hartnell, at their vrarehouse, comer: of Sti Step,-Ken's-aveitue, on the Quay, instead o-f,Giare-street-hall and Bull-wharf; and E. T. Turner, 12, Quay-street; an for New pert, to J. Jones, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells? AGENTS.—Mr. Joseph Morgan, Tenby; Mr. J. Ree», Ilarer- tordwest -Mr. Palmer, Milford; Mr. Bowen, Pater Mr. John N. Smart and Mr. W. Pockett, Swansea; Mr. W. R. Harvey and Mr. C H. Bevan, Cardiff; Mr. Martin, Ilfracombe; Mr. Thomas Baker, Lynton; Mr. Robert Staoey. Carsoarthen; and Mr. R J ones, Newport, r MONEY. THE FCLLO^ING SUMS ARE J: LENT, Viz. 115,000 £ 10,000; fsooo, £lOOO; £ 500.- Applt to Mr. SMITH, Solicitor, 19, St. Mark's Road, Kennington, Surrey. i# \W:R\U: CT N0HAERIVYI>B 0AN PHILLIPS KERNICK THOMAS MORGAN COLEMAN EVANS BRADLY M'CARTHY JAMES A chan, bob CYFFERlWWIl Cyfrifol yn y Dywysogaetb; Pawb ag ydynt yn prisio Bendithion Iechyd, a wnant yn dda i gymmeryd PELEMI TEULUOL SYD-ENHAM ■" X}wrt!iwyneb\t'chddyhesiadaflechyd-sw—"Mae ei attal yn well PELEN I I EGIIYI) 1EIM0L AGORIADOL A GWHTHEKlOt S; Y Dt EN, H A M" r, WIRR, A GWR.IGPDD" YN'ROLLOL LYSIEUOL. TTfTEDI eu parotoi, trwy gyfarwyddyd y Meddyg enwog h#nv, Vffi DR. SYDENHAM, yr hwn yn gyfiawn a gyfenwiay Tad Mfeddyginiaeth ddiweddar." Y Feddyginiaeth fwyaf. werthfawr rhag Bolnvymedd, ac Aehwyniadau- Geriawl, Gwalldreuliad, Gwynt-chwythv Anhwylderau y Cylla a'r Coluddion, Sjrthni, Colliad Chwant Bwyd, Gwendid Golygon, Dolur a Syfrdandod yn yn y Pen, Llyngyr, Clwyf y Marchogion, v Graianwst ac Anhwyl- derau Dyfrglwyf, yr Wrwst, ao Iselder Ysbryd, ac y maent hefyd yn cira effeithiolat Buro y Gwaed. Maeyn bwysfawr ac yn deilwng o sylw, ac yn llawer o glod i'r r g Meddygon enwog, yn gystal a'r GelfyddydFeddygol yngyfiredinol trwy y wlad, fod un o'r personau mwyaf ardderchog ac hynod yr oes, sef Louis PHILIPPE, Brenin y Ffrancod gynt, yn gwneyd defnydd o Feddyginiaethau y diweddar ddawnus ae hygled Dr. SYDENHAM. PELENI TEUIIUOL DR. SYDENHAM- ydynt wedicoel eu parotoi yn ffyddlon a gofalua gan y Perchenog presennol er ys mwy na 30 0 fiyneddoedd: ac y- maent wedi ennill y gymeradwyaeth uchelaf oddiwrth bob graddau o'r bobl. Y darpariad gwerthfawr hwn a gynnwys y cydgyssylltiad goreu or meddygiaethau llysieuol agor- iadol mwyaf rhinweddol a thiiion yn eu gweithrediadau; ac nid oes eisieu aros yn y ty, na newid yr ymborth, tra fyddo yn gweithvedu. Yrnarfer cymmedrol a gwaith a gynnydda ei effeithiau daionus. Gellir ei gymmeryd unrhyw amser pan fyddo y coluddion yn rhwym, neu a gwaew ynddynt., neu pan fyddo y cylla yn anhwylus; a dylai Peleni Sydenham gael eu cymeryd gan bawb, o bob oedran asefyllfa, gao eu bod yn rhwyddhau treuliad ymborth, yn gwrth- weithredu effeithiau glythineb, yn dwyn y cylla i hwyl a gweith- rediad iachus, yn symud-pob anhwyldebperthynol i'r peiriannau trculiadol, ac yn cyssylitu rhinweddau agoriadol a chryfhaol, yr hyn a arweinia i iechyd, a hen oedran. Rhoddir cyfarwyddiadau digonol ar yr amlen a-amgylchyna bob bhvch, hefyd tystiolaethau o rinweddau y Peleni hyglod hyn, oddi- wrth Feddyg enwog mewn ymarferiad a chymmeradwyaeth mawr yn Mrysto a Clifton, a dynion ereill o'r cyfrifoldeb uchelaf. BLYCHAU BYCHAIN, Is. lic. a 2s. 9C.—BLYCIIATJ TEU- LUOL, 4s. 6c. ac lis. Mae ennill mawr wrth brynu y Blychau Teuluol. A Barotoir gan yr Unig Berchenog, J. REES, No. 1, St. James's Place, Kingsdown, Bristol;" ac a werthir, trwy, bennodiad, gan bob Fferyllydd a Gwerthwr Meddyginiaethau'Breiniol yn Mrysto, Clifton, a thrwy yr holl Deyrnas Gyfunol. Gelwir sylw neillduol at y cyfarwyddiadau hyn i'w cymmeryd.— Teimlad o Lawnder yn y. Cylla, a Gwall-dreuliad o herwydd bwyta i ormodedd—Un Belen i gael ei chymmeryd wrth eistedd i lawr i giniaw; Dolur yn y Pen ac Anhwylder yn y Cylla—Dwy neu Dair o Beleni i gael eu cymmeryd ar unrhyw amser pan deimlir y cyfryw yn boenus. Bolrwymedd—Cymmerer un neu ddwy Belen, wrth fyned i'r gwely. Dolur yn y Pen ac Anhwyldeb yn y Cylla trwy yfed i ormodedd —Cymmerer dwy neu dair Pelen wrth fyned i'r gwely, nea un- rhyw amser arall. Coll Arehwaeth—Cymmerer Un'Belen awr cyn ciniaw a swper. Mewn Anhwylderau Geriwl a Gwelwder Gwynebpryd-Un Belen nos a boreu. Y Gymimilwst—Cymmerer D wy Belen yn y nos, ac Unyn boreu, yn aclilysurol, Tarddiant ar yr Wyneb—Un Belen hwyr a boreu, dros bythefnos, fel y gweithredant. i BJLANT—Pan fyddo y Cylla a'r Coluddion allan o hwyl, cym- merer Felen, neu hanner Pelen, yn ol eu hocdran. RHYBYDD -Gofyner am SYDENHAM'S FAMILY PILL OF HEALTHa bydder yn ofalus rhag prynu unrhyw Beleni dan finwan cyffelyb, gan fpd dynion diegwyddor yn gwneyd cyn- nygion i dwyllo y wlad. trwy werthi rhyw ofer-gymmysgiadaoj. o'u heiddo cis iuwiain, yn lieFELKXI gwir werthfawry.DB.*SYJ>kn-MAM. I' Kiiaid i Bi-ynwyr fod yn ofalus i wcled fod yr-emv "J REES, BRISTOL." ar-Stamp y Llywodraeth- ÐR LA'MEltT ON THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF YOUTH AND MATURITY. With foit., coloured engravings on steel. Just ptrblishcd, and may be had in French or English, in a sealed I envelope, 2H. fid.; or post free from the author, for forty-two stamps. CARDIFF FURNITURE EMPORIUM,- WOMANBY-STREET, (IMMEDIATELY ADJOINING THE "GLOBE INN.") SAWYERS AND SON, EVER mittdful of the kind patronage extended to thens«ince the opening of the above Establishment, are again Induced thus publicly to acknowledge to their many supporters, their most sincere and unfeigned thanks; and trust, by an undeviating ad- herence to an honourable and strict course of business, coupled with a determination (not to be superseded by any other similar undertaking) in the vending of the various descriptions. of Goods comprised in their extens-ive Stock, at the lowest remunerating prices possible, that they will continue to merit that flattering share of public confidence and support which has already been so liberally bestowed upon them, and which it will be their constant aim and most anxious desire to deserve.—A Large Stock of NEW CABINET and other GOODS now on hand, suitable to every class of the community. No matter whomsoc'er they be, Whether of high or low degree,— The humble peasant and' the 'squire Alike may have what they desire; 'Tis really so, and truly said, From lowly flock to featherbed; Thus stands the stock,—here's clocks and oaaeS; And mirrors bright for pretty faces With lustres, too, beyond compare, And gems of virtue rich and rare Yea goods, forsooth, of every class, In plated metal, copper, brass; And all such things that taste admires* As strictly what a house requires. Let every/one then come and view Choice manufacture cheap and new,, As sofas, couches, sideboards, chairs;- And settees single, or in pairs, In rosewood season'd well and dry, Or Spanish rich mahogany Of London make the very best, And therefore worthy public test. Carved chefifoneers, and tables too, From telescope to card and loo With carpetings and druggets widej And requisites for fire'-side Polish'd irons, brasses, fenders, And every item comfort renders; Hearth rugs and ottomans there arc, With rich cut-glass and earthenware. Here's window-blinds of every shade", All lengths and sizes ready made; Curtains, poles, and bell-pulls toor In rich brocade of twiy liue; Tester lights and chimney-glasses, Which no other-houses surpasses; In brief, here's all things from a broora- In KITCHEN up to DRAWING ROOM. Neat painted washstands, drawers, chairiv;, Tables and such: things for up-stairs; Millpufis and mattresses, a host, With bedsteads, plain and carved four-post, French, half<tester, cupboard, camps, And nursery cot5-; and safety lamps; Wardrobe, bvdst6ps, lounges too, And toilet suites of willow blue. As to the humbler goods, and price, 'Tis quite astonishing how nice And cheap they are, and streng, And almost purchased for a song SO say the million—who denies it ? The better judge is he who tries it: Who then, we ask, will lack a day,* Ere to our Mart he beads his way ? SAWY-ER AND SON .1 THE CAMBRIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. Tllfi GREAT ilEETING AT DOLGELLEY. RPLIE NORTH WALES CHRONICLE of SATURDAY, the I 31st of AUGUST, will contain THE FULLEST AND BEST REPORT of this most interesting meeting, down to the latest possible period, and a COMPLETE REPORT will be published FAT*FORTH. WALES CHRONICLE EXTRA on MONDAY Afternoon, SEPTEMBER 2nd, in time for the Posts. Orders for additional coppies should be given immediately to the Agents in different towns, or transmitted directly to the Office, .with remittances, specifying whether the USUAL PAPER or the 'JtX1'RÁ. ii required; The'price of the EXTRA will be SIXPENCE. No more Papers or Extras will be printed than are ordered. The Report will be furnished by a gentleman of great experience in such matters, and eminent for literary, scientific, and anti- quarian,; acquirements. The utmost reliance may therefore h« placed on its faithfulness. :-————————:———-———————————————-—— 3 HEALTH WHERE 'TIS SOUGHT! j IfOLLOW A Y'S PILLS. CURE OF A DISORDERED LIVER AND STOMACH, WHEN IN A MOST HOPELESS STATE. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Mattheto Harvey, of Chapel Hcxll, Airdri. Scotland, dated the 15th of January, 1850. To Professor HOLLOWAY. Your valuable Pills have been the means, with God's bless- ing, of restoring me to a state of perfect health, and at a time when I thought I was on the brink of the grave. I had consulted several eminent Doctors, who, after doing what they could for me, stated that they considered my case as hopeless. I ought to say that I had been suffering from a Liver and Stomach. complaint of long Standing, which during the last two years got so much worse, thut every one considered my condition as hopeless. I, as a last resource, got a Box of your Pills, which soon gave relief, and by persevering in their use for some weeks, together with rubbing night and morn ng your Ointment over my chest and stomach, and right side, I have by their means alone got completely cured, and to the astonish- ment or myself and every body who knows me. (Signed) MATTHEW HARVEY. CURE OF A CASE OF WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY, n OF FOUR YEARS' STANDING. of a Letter from Mr. William Smithy of No. 5, Little Ihomas-street, Gibson-street, Lambeth, dated Dec. 12th, 1849. lo Professor HOLLOWAY. Sir,—-I beg to inform you that for nearly five years I hardly knew what it was to have a day's health, suffering from extreme weak- ness and debility, with constant nervous headaches, giddiness, and sickness of the stomach, together with a great depression of spirits. I used to think that nothing could benefit me, as I had been to many medical men, some of whom, after doing all in their power, informed me that they considered that I had some spinal complaint beyond the reach of cure, together with a very disordered state of the stomach and liver, making my case so complicated that nothing could-be done for me. One day, being unusually ill and in a de- jected state, 1-saw your Pills advertised, and resolved to give them a trial, more perhaps from curiosity than with a hope of being cured however, I soon found myself better by taking them, and so I went on persevering in their use for six months, when I am happy to say they effected a perfect cure. (Signed) WILLIAM SMITH. (frequently called EDWARD.) CURE OF ASTHMA, OF TWENTY YEARS' STANDING Extract of a Letter from tllr. J. K. Ileydon,78, King-Street, Sydney, dated 10th of November, 1849. lo Professor HOLLOWAY, SUtj-Ihave the pleasure' to inform you that many extraordinary cures of Asthma-have been effected here by means of your Pills. One is that of a lady residing near the" Razorback," who after having-for twenty years been unable to make the slightest exer- tion, sunering very fearfully from shortness of breath, coughing, and spitting, is now, to use her own expression, able to run up to the top of that mountain. Another case is that of Mr. Caton, Tailor, Hutchinson's Buildings, Clarence- Street, who was so -dreadtidly bad that he was confined entirely to his bed-room for six months, prior to his commencing with your Pills, and attended regularly by" his medical man, who pronounced him to be in n dying state, yot he, likewise, to my knowledge, has been restored to perfect health by the use of your Pills, and rubbing your Oint- ment night and murning into his chest. i (Signed) J.K.HEYDON. THE EARL OF ALBOROUGH CUnEI) OF A LIVER AND STOMACH COMPLAINT Extract of a. Letter from his Lordship, dated Villa Messina, Leghorn. 21st February. lSti. To Professor K'CLT.OWAY Sm, Various circumstances prevented the possibility ol my .thanking you before this time, for your politeness in sending me your Pills as you did. I now take this opportunity of sending you an order for the amount, and, at the same time, to add that your Pills have effected a cure of a disorder in my Liver and Stomach, which all the most eminent of the faculty at home, and all over the Continent, had not been able to effect; nay, not even the waters of Carlsbad and Marienbad. I wish to have another Box and a Pot of the Ointment, in case any of my family should ever require either. Your most obliged an obedient Servant, (Signed) ALDBOROUGH. These celebrated Pills are wonderfully efficacious in the following complaints. Ague Asthma- Bilious Complaints Blotches on the Skin Bowel Complaints Colics Constipation of the Bowels Consumption Delility Dropsy Dysentery; Erysipclaa Female Irregularities Fevers of all kinds Fits Goitt Head-ache Indigestion Inflammation Jaunclice Liver Complaints Lumbago Piles Rheumatism Retention of Urine Scrofula, or King's Evil Sore Throats Stone aii(I Gravel Secondary Symptom* Tic-Douloureux Tumours Ulcers Venereal Affection. Worms of all kinds Weakness, from what- ever cause, &c., &,c. Sold at the Establishment of Professor HOLLO WAY, 241, Strand. (near Temple-bar,) London, and by most all respectable Druggists, and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilized World, at the following priÏJesh. qd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., and 33s. each box. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N.B.—Directions for the guidance of Patients in every Disorder are affixed to each Bóx: IMPORTANT PUBLIC BENEFIT. All persons labouring under the following diseases, viz., the Bile, Indigestion, Flatuleneyi Costiveness, Headache, Wind and Spasm, Loss of Appetite, Nausea, Cramp, Worms in Children, Piles, Stone and Gravel, Stitches, Rheumatism, Eruption of the Skin, Spleen, Hysteria, fellow Jaundice, Scurvy, Drowsiness, Pain in the Chest, Sore Legs, Nervous Affections, King's Evil, Palpita tion of the Heart, Heartburn, St. Anthony's Fire, Lownese of Spirits, &ev, should lose no time to use perseveringly Jones' (Tremadoc) Aperient and Antibilious Pills. A REMEDY'that has stood the test of Chemical Analyses—tho r\ medical opinions—and a fair trial by thouands of the afflicted Public^ is now becoming THE UNIVERSAL PILL OF THE AGE. A Testimonial from a highly respectable chemist in North Wales. SIR,—Your Pills continue to command a good sale here, which -is steadily on the increase. They are now a standard family medi- cine among most of our local gentry, and becoming a universal favourite as a corrective of those organs most frequently liable to derangements, and to which iii; pirticular you point attention. Apart from all motives of interest or a desire to please the propri- etor; I have no hesitation in stating my candid avowal, that I con- sider your Pills, as an Aperient and Antibilious preparation, far superior to any. Patent Medicine with whose merits I have been made acquainted, not excepting Cockle's justly celebrated com- pound; to whose merits as a preparation some of the most eminent of the profession have made no scruples in bearing their testimony. To Mr. R. 1. Jones. B. The particulars of many hundred cures may be had of the Agents throughout the Kingdom, too numerous to be inserted in an ad- vertisement." CAUTiow.-Be- sure to ask for JONES' (Tremadoc) Pills, and see that the signature is upon the Government Stamp. Retailed by all Patent Medicine Vendors in every town in ths United Kingdom, in boxes, Is. Hd., 2s. 6d., and 4s. 6d. each (the 'largest size the cheapest in proportion). Wholesale Age?tts. -Messrs. Evans, Sons, and Co., ThomM Bowers and Sons, Thomas Eyre and Co., Liverpool; Barclay and S-ön, Farringdon-street, Sutton and Co., Bow Churchyard, London Butler, Sackville-street, Dublin; and the proprietor. N.B.—May be had post free on receipt of 14 Postage Stamps Cur the Is. 14d. size 33 Stamps for the 2s. <>d.; or 60 Stamps tbr ti-e. 4s. 6d. size box. )