MURDER AND KOBBERY IN A TRAIN. The New York correspondent of the Standard says Upon the Rock Island Railway, a desperate dlfray has occurred, which had a fatal ending. The train was near .Joliet, Illinois, when the conductor entered the United states Express Company's car, and was horrorstruck by the sight that met his eyes. The express agent was lying dead, having been beaten to death with a poker, after in iking a terri- ble struggle with his murderers, evidence of which was afforded by the confusion of the content of t e car. The furniture and fittings wi-re broken to pieces, and the floor and sides of the car were be- spaltered all over with blood. The dead man's hands were tightly clenched one held a lock of black hair, and the other a lock of red hair. The thieves had evidently feared to raise an alarm by firing a revolver, and had, therefore, recourse to a poker. They had taken 20,000 dollars out of t!)M cash-boxes and 40 packages of jewellery, and with this booty had leaped from the train while it was in motion, and so made their escape. n
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT A rrDLIC IHXNElt The annuat dinner of the London Foromen Tailors' Mutual Institution, Atitli which is incorporated an annuity fund, has taken place at the St. James's lies tail rant, under the presidency of, M.. IV. it. Goodail. There was a very numeroiu com .)..v. and the dinner was carried through in then n.t good fellowship until the toast of the Queen ii id been proposed by the Chairman. In lionou.- o. tins as they drank it the whole company ?tood wit t ie exception of two gentlemen. This action on :!i i- part gave the gravest offence to the majority, wiio loudly called upon them to stand up-a req.ies:. to which both malcontents consistently refused 1.1 ae- cede, although it was emphasised by quite a .-mall shower of oranges, nuts, and other artictea of s,-rt upon their persons. A portion of this seen ■ wis enacted during the singing of the National All h. ni. and at its close the Chairman suggested that the best cours • for the two gentlemen mentioned to a foot would be lo withdraw from an assembly of llyal Englishmen.—Amid the greatest oxcitemen' t's view of the matter was put into forcj-by the si:up'e exjiedient of seizing the obnoxious persons and thrusting them out of the room, into which n was allowed to return. The ejection was »(< ac- complished without some difficulty, a? one of tin- victims made all attempt at resistance with an empty wine bottle, which, however, was promptly sna;ciie I from him before he could do mischief with it, sup- posing he intended any. The excitement atteii ling this little scene subsided directly the offenders were safely pushed outside, and the toast list was pro- ceeded with in a quiet manner.—Mr. F. Read, tin secretary, in responding to the toast of the eveii Prosperity to the Society and the Annuity FU'ld," as proposed by the Chairman, stated that the luud was in a good and satisfactory condition, and ex- pressed the hope that it would continue to grow yearly.
A TERRIBLE STORY OF THE SEA. The latest despatches received at Queenstown from Halifax, N.S., contain'! particulars of the ar- rival at that port of the Cunard steamer Beta, hav- ing on board seven men and the second engineer of the Liverpool steamer Saxon, lost on Turk's Island, and by which the captain, mate, second mate, and three others of the crew were drowned. Charles Mason, the second engineer, gives the following ac- count ot the disaster:—The Saxon, under the com- mand of Captain Wyman, left New York 011 January 29th for Cape Haytien. The first three days out the weather was stormy with head winds. On the night of February kh struck a reef off the Cairos Birches Look-out. The engines were immediately reversed and kept at full speed all night. At day- break 1111 Friilay the crew commenced throwing over the cargo, which was accomplished before night set ill. A%t ',f p.m., with a heavy sea on, the engines became useless, as the steamer broke amidships and waves were sweeping over her. A boat was launched with difficulty, but was instantly swamped, and the second mate and cook were drowned. A second boat was got out safely, and into Bur got the first engineer, two firemen, two sailors, and myself. We started for the shore, and had a terrible time of it, the seas threatening to swamp us every moment. WI1011 we got on shore next morning our clothes were thoroughly soakud with water, and our faces, hands, and feet nearly frost hitt'l, ^During the night tlll, chief mate (who was the Captain's s<M JUiilped overboard lo stvtiii to the shore, but he was quickly drowned, poor fellow. The steward bccanh- crazed and committed suicide by casting himself into the roaring waters; whilst a seaman was washed off the deck by a heavy sea and drowned. Before the morning the captain liecame delirious, and died on deck through exposure, leaving only a fireman 011 the wrecked vessel. Before the captain died, two sailors made a raft and went afloat on it, and after some hours were picked up by a schooner quite exhausted. On the following Monday the schooner rescued the fireman from the Saxon and also took off the dead body of the captain and landed it at West Caicos, where it was buried near the there.
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HUM CITY CORRESPONDENTS. THE completion of our latest naval monster, the -to-toil gun, ha. been awaited soniewliiit anxiously Qty the military autliorilies* at Woolwich Arsenal, Jrlierethe pun will be tested at the proof Imtts before %)eii)L: sent to Slioeburyness for exhaustive trials. '"Xlie only means of landing this Inst infantis by Cleans of a very powerful crane which would swing it boldly on to the pier. Doubts, however, were ea- "lert:iine<l that the crane winch had never been so Iteri(busly tested, mig-ht brvak down under the strain, "•llld accordingly a few dtys ago a known load uf 11.) 'Ions was placed in a barge alongside the pier, and, -4* the great satisfaction of all concefllcd, tbf hn- ifcneiise weight was swung safely Oil to the pier with- out injury to the crane, The pier has had to be votisiderably strengthened, and special arrange- ments have also been made at Shoeburyuess where "Vie gunuers expect a high Liiiiu witit the huge "Weapon. THB war correspondents, satisfied that there is to The no further warlike outbreak just now, are turn- f -!bag their tbouarhts toother pursuits. And the most lucrative occupation for:1, scrilie who has seen war 4a to be found on the platform. Mr. Archibald Forbesmade Honiethinsj like £ ot>,000 during his lour, and Mr. G. A. Sal.i, who is now 011 his way home Srom Australia, must have made even a greater pile ¡'y his trip. Mr. tmla has in his time fulfilled the -duties of a war correspondent. Following the ex- ^elleut example of these two SIr. Charles Williams, one of the survivors of the little hand of "Correspondents who went through the iast- Egyptian duiipaign with Lord Wolseiey, is to begin a series lectures in a few days. Commencing at New- -qeaaUe 011 Sunday week, he will make a tour through vjw greater towns, giving as lie goes scenes from 4peyesi campaigns. His entertainment will be fcrigliteued by some illustrations, shown in a novel ftmaner under the limelight. ITIPB, said Artenins Ward, is not all be,r and skittles. One does get some fun occasionally, how- ever, out of Parliamentary life, and the letters sent 110 members are sometimes almost as exhiiaratingaa and song. Here is one which shows to what Itku" UMUtbers are sometimes expected to lend thein- •teives:—"Dear sir, I have ascertained that some furious person has been scandalising my character, -<md 1 have been fortunate ellough to know who it Si& Maunua suggests that I write to ask you how can deal with them in order to prevent future gander. Strangers would believe the report, and -J[ think I had better try and stop them. Hoping ^ruu will pardou me for taking the liberty of writing yoa, as 1 have 110 father, and no one but Ma to flake uiy troubles." It would seem that under the Extended franchise, members are expected to be ««oufideutial frieuds and advisers of the widows and I jKKliildrfeu iu their constituencies. Tliey should all IHIAR that an application is to be madp to tlie jfjadge of the Cluuieeiior's Court at Oxford to allow ?%he action of Giiuiett v. Whitiingham to be removed Jtaoto tlie High Court. [t niay^ierliaps be remeni- ftfcereJ thai this action is one brought by the well- tfcnowa circus proprietor against an Oxford under- ^graduate, for writing letters to the papers accusing lum of cruel treatment of the boysclllploycel in the "qarews. It was commenced in the lligli Court, but '18 University stepped in and clllirncfl exclusive ^ooosauce under an old Charter of Ilen^y VIII., --WMOrmeu by au Act of Parliament in ilie rcigu of JI '4e Court upheld the claim, but seemed <0 doubt the wisdom of enforcing it. It certainly JI'W? •I°' seem fit nowadays that such a cast* as a •4wel iu a newspaper ou a circus proprietor, which caaseq him, as lie alleges, great losses iu his twsiness should be tried under so antiquated and ^uvuaic a jurisdiction, which, as thj Tiiue.i remarked 4" the time, was likely to last the U. u; the Icss it vas used.. <v. I HXAS that a private reconciliation '«ok lace a "'ew days ago At a wedding breakfast hetween Lord «Mi<NNiry and the Earl of Derby. They have not •puken since the Cecil likened the Stanley to Titus Vates..Mr. Beresford Hope is credited ith being Wut peacemaker, and tlie renewal of friendly inter- 80 from being merely formal, was fol- ? conference between the two statesmen, j"0 *ro relatives by marriage. It is assumed by iraaguialiTe persons that this renewal of intercourse Xirul liave political results; but that is jumping very quiddy to » conclusion. It would enable ««M>pe»tiou betweeu Mie two, liowever, in case a wore to Srovr out of the pre- yutwagular political situation. Lord Derby is said »U wvitcd to join Mr. Gladstone's However that may be, he is hardly &2LTSL&* *«• and his P<,sitiu» » Tory i w Uot at all equal to Hi/ position as il- 'adiea (,f culture and high social Swnl- mi tPUl stage shows uo abate- awnti Da ttie coiltray, it is oil the increase. A. MK K!? 140 Wler« is upon the stage of the y°«»g lady who has received a fashion. ^aibteeducaUoiiaiid has lived Ull(lur conditions of re- K llas united her fortunes with those fc*iX.TT":1U *laiost at the bottom rung iu tha fRMle. and is to b« 8e«» Pacin;; .^wr,la J',e front ranks of the Amazonian foriu a picturesque detail in the Blyouac- There must be something lt» the stage that ladies of beauty Wl*'» numberless friends and every- Vuqg to make home-life agreeable, should be con- *CCQgt humble engagement. What is especially remarkable, however, is the yrnestaega with which these well- bred coryphees yow themselves into the profession. Their associa- M" WU8ly not unexceptionable, for, truth "•* j rrfn .genni.ue Chorus lady and nymph of tli* PWUcularly select in the matter of con- "T!- U notable that this craze has yi, .I !y fashionable ladies much more y rnMJ man upon our fashionable gentlemen. But moralists are not inclined to quarrel with a STthTLaoTi! ma7, after a,1» lead to tl,e elevation toy constituting it one of the recognised W^wuitowiuch may open privileges to the wwawa sons ana daughters of uot very wealthy LoJUJ SHKSWSBUBT is about to retire from busi- cae^propfietor. His cabs, his horses, hit ■warnwnntent generally are to be taken over by tha IlC. ^Ottipany, a limited liability concern, iu e will probably have au interest. The 2 ""Prwveuient seen in the cab service of London WM"< the past few years is to be attributed to the ^nterQrue of Lord Shrewsbury, who certainly de- Murvea well the praise of liis country. He was not *™1lrl*f'leet.0f the new hansom era, but he did much ,Bp uevelop it, aud liad it not been for his determina- Itioil, in the teeth of the opposition of the trade ^v-ueraily, we should not see luxurious Forder han- ^ouis on toe rauks to-day. The most satisfactory ,U » "8 IUa'*er is the fact tliat the premier nas always made a profit at his cab yard, lte- eetiify, however, his men struck, and this, per- '.«li»nC*» 18 why he has given up the business. The jl^prttveiueut in the quality of the hansom cabs in WjM: st.reets. of Loudon is to be followed by a reform Vt four-whalers. The growlers of by-gone days f*» as suiumer approaches, to be improved off tiie ana out of existence. Last year Messrs# toiler, w,u> build and equip the best of the lian- created a four-wlieeler vehicle to supplant yprowler. Ihis is a smart carriage to carry four, constructed to open and shut like a landau. Stwo cabs of tills kind, well horsed, and pre- a smart appearance generally, turned out Wrtjtoontlis and when the weather improves see others of a similar kind. There yas «abar ro*>'n *ur ref »nn in this direction. The "Wayfed at the London depots of the great rail- thostt any tiling but a credit to the companies or Wgers they attend. Stray -— • Wgers they attend. Stray -— •
Aoridafries are selling for two dollars a quart ia
SKIN LOTION is particularly wing al> v.for c1ean»,nSf Sore?, Wounds, and ^move8 lBStantaneousiv allays all imta- uliAjianca «o>drs- and all other Skiu PW.vwherein bottles at Is. l*d. each. I*j-^ oBt bvThe LINCOLN and MID- S Dfi0G COMPANY, Liocoin,
HORRIBLE TORTURE OF A CHILD. The Paris correspondent of the Daily News write*. A horrible case of chilli torture has been tried be- fore the Seine Assize Court. The accused parties Were two Spaniards, Gonzales and Yegll, whose calling is to speculate on public charity through the instrumentality of mutilated children. The special charge against them was having with vitriol, or some other corrosive fluid, made artificial sores on a boy named Manuel Santon. They wero denounced by the landlady of a low lodging-house, named Cabrollier. In the month of May, 1885, Vega, with a woman named Antonia Rodriguez and several children, the youngest of whom was San ton, came to her premises in a showman's van. They lured of her the right to live in this vehicle in her yard. The children were sent out every day to beg, and often had to stay 14 hoars prowling about the streets. One of them, aged nine, was twisted into a position on a board set on rollers to simulate a cripple. Three grown-up persons held, twisted, and strapped him on the board, which had on it a covered pad. This child became nearly paralysed and was often left black and blue from thrashings. The landlady one day when lie was by himself in bed took him out of the van, and found that he could walk, al- though losing the use of his limbs. His owners caught her, and bent the boy mercilessly for having obeyed her in getting out of bed. In the month of June her other tenants were kept awake by the cries of Manuel Santon, but they were too much afraid of the Spaniards to go and ask what it was that made him scream. Madame Cabrollier went. The child said that he had cramps, but she saw his arm was in a sling and bound up Watching her oppor- tunity she was able to exami..e the member and found oil it a horrible wound tike a cancer of great size. She wept from pity. The young Manuel then told her that last year his leg was burned in the same way at Montauhan, and that a little leprous girl; dressed as a boy, who had been simitariy treated, was abandoned there. The youthful victim was examined at a witness, but was in such fear of his torturers that he hardly dared to tell how they oper- ated upon him. He said lies lie was burned on one instep, which left his foot a lIIass of putre- faction, both by "Vega and Gonzales. The two also burned :his leg at Montauban. He had been at both places strapped to a board -oil rollers and sent as a cripple 10 beg. 1n the l'aris lodging-house Gonzales alone operated on the arm, but Vega was close by, aittf knew what was being done. Naturally the tor- turers jMj-id they were innocent, and that Manuel strapped himself to the board on rollers, he prefer- riiig iiiel-,Iicati(.-y to being apprenticed to a sweep. However plausible this might be, the jury did not believe that the child from the same motive vitriol- ised himself, audsofound Vega and Gonzales guilty. They were condemned to two years' penal servi- tude.
A New York correspondent says that according to a careful estimate there are now no fewer than 51,000 men on strike in various parts of the United States
Y GOLOFN GYMREIG. Po)- Gohebiaetbau i'w danfon i'r Swyddfa. AT Y FRAWDOLIAETH IFORAIDD BERTHYNOL I ADRAN PONTf PRIDD. Mr Gol,-Mewn ufudddod i rai brodyr Iforaidd, perthynol i'r adran ucbod, y rhai sydd yn awyddus am ddyrchafu yr hen undeb clodwiw, sef Iforinetb, i sylw fin cyd-genedl, yn nghyd a lledaenu ei hegwyddorion mewn wodd mwy cyffredinol yn ein pi ith, yr ydym yn antnrio anfon yr ychydig iinellau hyn yn vchwanegol eto i w Golofn Gym- reitf eich newyddiadnr, i'r dyben o dynn sylw y frl;lwcioli'ieth er gwneyd rhyw doarpaliaeth gyda eolwg ar ddathlu hacer cnnmlwjddiant yr Undeb Iforaidd. mewn modd teilwng ac anrhydeddos yn yr haf dyfodol. Gan y credwn y bydd yohydig o hanes sefydliad v srymdeithas yn ddvddorol i amryw Iforiaid, difynwnyr hyn a ganlyn o lythyr galluoer Mr John George, ysgrifenydd yr undeb, a ymddangesodd mewn rhifyn yn ddiweddar o'r Gweithiwr Cy»¡- re><i—" Ymddengys mai Mr Thomas Robert Jones, o Wrexam, Gogledd Cyniru, a feddyliodd gyntaf am y sefydliad daionns hwn. ac yna amlygodd ei feddwl a'i fwriad i Dr. W O. Puw, a bardd Nant- glyn. Yr oedd y boneddwyr hyn yn cefnogi ei gynllun, ond yn anffodns bu 3 ddau farw oyn gwneyd y peth yn bytibys i'r cyhoedd. Ood pen- derfynodi y brawd Jones i f) aed yn mlaen, a gweithiodd yn ddiwyd i enill cduogwyr ntt"yddion. Y canlyniad fu i gyfarfod gael ei gynal ar y Cfed o Mehefin, 1836, mewn ystafell gyfleus yn nhy Mr Koeers, Y Dryllian Croesion" (Cross Guns), Wrexham. Cynortbwywyd Mr Jones gan Rowland Hughes, Joseph Hughes, Rhys Powell, Robert Evans, John Williams, a Dafydd Jon's, a bwynt hwy oeddynt sylfsenwyr Iforiaeth. Yn yr ail gyfarfod ymnnodd ereill eyda hwy, ac yn y cyfarfod hwnw gwnaeth T. R. Jones eihnnyu- Ifor yn ol y cynllun bwriadedigr. ac yna aelndodd y lleill yn ol dull a threfn yr Urdd no agorodd Gyfriafa Iforaidd wrth yr enw Y Gyfrinfa Anni- bynol Gymitiaidd (The Independent Cambrian Lodge). Hon oedd y Gyfrinfa Iforaidd eyntaf a) agorwyd yn y Dywysogaeth, a ton ydoedd fam holl Ryfrinfaoedd Iforaidd ein gwlad. Mewn cysylltiad ag Ifometb, gall pob Ivor ddweyd Un tad sydd i ni oil," sef Thomas Robert Jones, o Wrexham a gall yr holl Gyfrinfaoedd Iforaidd ddweyd Un fam sydd i ni oil," aef cyfrinfa Gymruaidd Annibynol Gwrexham." Yo mis Hydref, 1838, yr agorwyd y Gyfrinfa Iforaidd gyntaf yn y Dehendir, wrth yr enw Cyfrinfa Dewi Sant," yn Maaona' Arma, yn nhref Caerfyrddin. Daeth y Gyfrinfa hon yn mhen ychydig amser yn brif gyfrinfa yr Undeb, yr hyn a fu yn achlysnr i'r Urdd Iferaidd gael ei chygytltu ag enw Sant Dewi yn o gystalag enw Ifor Haal. Gelwir yr Urdd Iforaidd yn awr Urdd Ddyn- garol y Gwir Iferiaid, Fndeb Dewi Sant." Felly trwelir oddiwrth yr hyn a nodwyd y bydd yr Undeb Iforaidd yn cyrhaedd ei haaer can mlwpdd oed y 6fed o Fehefin nesaf, ad yn atllr, er tawyn eeisio dathla yr haner can mlwyddiant mewn modd teil- vt ng, anrhydeddus o Iforiaeth, yr ydym yn gwahodd rhtti o bob cyfrinfa yn ngbyffiniau Pontypridd i gyfarfod yn ngwesty y White Hart, Pontypridd, He inae y fam gyihdeithas, sef Glan Taf, yn cario yn Dllaen ei gweithredian, ar nos Fercher, yr Slain o Fawrtb, am baner awr wedi saitb; ac ni a hyderwn y bydd i'r pyfrinfaoedd oil g(lfto am y noswaith. Yr ydym yn rnoddi digon o amser er mwyn ceiaio gwneyd yr holl gyfrinfaoedd yn hysby o'r adeg a'r amcan. B. GW1 NGYLL HUGHES.
A GOOD ORDER AT FERNHILL COLLIERY. We are glad to bear that the; proprietors of Fernhill Colliery, Treherbert, have just MOD red a large contract which is likely to give xegalar ent" ployment to their workmen for (the next twelve ittobtba.
COKNS, LI, .UKUN« torn |OUN> — A."i- LCNION L'l.AkiKiu are Ht< one, remedy. They últIcr from all plasters. dint-Ids o* compositions over invented. By lusiauily soU< i>"u the callous surrounding the (Miu goes at once, the cerr tOOu following, linuions and enlarged toe joints r" quire more time for perfect cure, but the aciiou •» aertwin. Hn\-»g. Sold by Chemists, dze. every%vli,-Io till*.AT BodLY, NKltVK, MK.VI'AL, AND DlllKSI 1VA STKKNOTH follows the use of PKPI-KK'S QRIMNR; AM> IkON TOMIC. By infusing new life iuto the nerves enriching the blood, and strengthening the mnscahtr lystem, symptoms of vte&kuess disappear, appetite re- turns, fatigue ceases, aud recruited htalth result Insist 011 having Pepper's Tonic. It can lie obtainr1 •11 2s tid. bottles. Sold every wheie. It costs 1k!I:\ Ijd. ouch dose. TARAXACUM AND PODOPHYLI.IN—A liver 'u.eil; ,.itio without mercury, is a mixture 1 t juices of t5- mandrake aud dandelion plants, good for headm-l. torpidity, costiveness, flatulence, heartburn, indigiv, tion, biliousness, reprgnauce to food, general diseoiv fort, depression, tie. I'eppors Taraxacum an. Podopliyfliu, by stimulating the Iiv6r with ft rim gentle action ou the stomach, is the safest, most. r", liable medicine. Bottles 2s. Ud. bold every w her.: Insist on hAvin" P»r»n<»r'<>. 'iu DAUKKN Ultltr iiAm.—Locxtfim M dtM.l'lll/l. flAm KKSTOUKK produces a perfectly natural sliall- i a few days. No hair restorer offered is eqni'1 I- Lockyer's Sulphur for its beautifyiug. cleansing hel tion on the hair, causing it alwuys to grow. I..t- j. bottles, s. 6d. Sold everywhere. To CUHK SKIN DISKASRS.—SULPHOLIKK I.O I IO will completely remove all emotions, pimples, > edi,e blotches, scurf, eczema, psoriasis, tVc. in a few. dn^ Snlplioline attacks old skiu disorders, and totally ct. stroys them. It is a peculiar, agreeable, harmlt s fluid, producing a clear skiu. Sulphtfliue Lotiou i sold by Chemists. Bottles, 2s. 9d. DKAFNKSS, NOISKS IN TH* EARS, &C.—Dt!t.t.)t ESSENCE FOR DKAINESS is still the only remedy of ill, real worth. Its power of clearing the air pas* and often relieving old cases has been proved dnrin- a quarter of a century. Applied on cotton ¡ "Bottles, lR. lid" Sold "vrvwlifro. A DKLIGHTVUI, FIJKVOUK.—CHACKOVT'S .AHMV,. NUT TOOTH PAST E.-By nsiug this delicious ,Arfl,r.¡, Dentifrice, the enamel of the teeth become* v' it sound, and polished like ivory. It is exceed 11. i fragrant, and specially nsedlor removing incrnst" 1 • 1. of tartar on neglected teeth. Sold by all Clicujiai fot8, Is. and 2s. each. Get Cracrdfa. LIVHR COMPLAINT. — Three-fourth* "t • functional derangeiuents are caused by interrupt.0 of the liver's action. A few doues of Dr. King's VII], delion and Qiiinine Liver Pills, without mercury, a: a potent remedy. They parform ai) the benefits mercury, without any of it& disadvantages alli- dangers. Dr. King's Pills remove all liver an stomach complaints, biliousness, headache, r-ickn. < shoulder pains, heartburn, indigestion, constipario).. so ensnring perfbct health. These old-fat hiout d Pi still keep ahead of all others as the great liver Sold everywhere. DR. KING'S LIVBR PILLS, containi^s; doEcifbu! and quinine, Without mercury, are far above all othc as the surest, mildest means 01 removing iiiiigesti, I biliousness, headache, dyppepfix, ohstrnctions and irregularities of the liver and 6tomach, so ensnrin." perfect health. Dr; King's J';11., r" !f)Ir1 evpryw hern. To STOP COTTGHINO, a few domes of I'KIJP..K S WHITE COUGH MIXTURE arrests the most troubleson < fit of coughing, restoring relief and tranquility to ti 0 irritated membranes and air-passages. Soothinir, oemforting, and dennlcent. its action is quite different from ordinary Cough liemedies. Bottles bmu everywhere. LIVJIB AND STOMACH JF ILLS.—IJK. JUNQ'" OANDB- tjos AND QUININK Livaa PtLM.—These famous Pills do not gontain even a trace of Mercury, or any of the many dau nrous ingredients frequently found in advertised Pills. This fact continues to keep Dr. King's renowned discovery m front of all Pills whatsoever. as the safest, best, speediest, most certain aud effectual remedy for disorders of the Livei ttd Stomach, whether In the form of Biliousness, Constipa- tion, Indigestion, Flatulence, Acidity, Headache, Bhnuldei Pains, Feverish Restlessness of the whole system, Disiacliua tion for Food, or Dyspeptic symptoms generally. The Dandelion Extract contained in Dr. King't Pills, by its well known action on the Liver (the most hn. portant gland in the whole frame), causes the bodily secre- tions to now m a regular manner, and conjointly with th. I tonic iiii!i-o<Ueiits, greatly invdgoratea, so maintaining tin s>re it i>oi'luls or tlie system in tho Ut condition to uei-nre gooi .health. Any Cl\eaiist sells Uteiu la Bomw Is. 1|U. ai>4 2s. 9J #wu.' <■ •- t A TRIP TO CARDIFF FREE BEVAN & COMPANY THE CARDIFF COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, Ten doors from Castle Entrance, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF, Have at their various establishments over 18,000 square feet of SHOW ROOMS crammed with every description of House- hold Furniture, Fenders, Fire Irons, Cutlery, Laqaps, Hardware, Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Sets, Door Mats, Mattings, Floor Cloths, Linoleums, Carpets of every description, Millpuff and Feather Beds, Spring and Mill- puff Mattresses, Iron and Wood Bedsteads (over 1,500 Bedsteads always in stock), Chests of Drawers, Wardrobes, Cheffioniers, American Organs, Harmoniums, Pianofortes, &c., &c., which their immense amount of business enables them to offer at Prices that will astound you. All Goods are Delivered FREE by Road or Carriage Paid by Rail, And in addition to this, Each Purchaser of not less than FIVE POUNDS' WORTH OF GOODS, Resident within Twenty-five miles of either of BEVAN and COMPANY'S places of business, GET THEIR TRAIN FARE PAID TO-AND-FRO. I Seven Reasons Why You should purchase yout HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT BEVAN & COMPANY'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Furnishing Warehouses, Duke-street, Cardiff. i.-Because they have at their various Es- tablishments over 18,000 square feet of Show Rooms, crammed with the Largesf Stock of Household Furniture, withoat one single exception, in Monmouthshire or South Wales. 2.—Because this immense stock gives you the largest possible selection, and enables you to procure, at the same warehouse, every article you require for Furnishing your house, from(» Tea-spoon t» a Grand Pianoforte. 3.-Because BEVAN & Coo's very large cash purchases enable them to buy much cheaper than other firms, so that they can often SELL at the same price that other traders have to GIVE for goods. —Because their long experience in the trade is used for the advantage of their numerous customers, by obtaining such goods only as will give entire satisfaction. 5.—Because you will get the goods you pur- chase delivered free by road, or carriage paid by rail. 6.-Because, if it is not convenient for you to pay cash down when you buy, easy terms of payment will be arranged to suit you. 7.- Because, not only will you get thoroughly good articles, at lowest possible prices, delivered free, but if you buy Five Pounds' Worth uf Goods, and reside within 25 miles of either of BLVAN & Co.'s Estab- lishments, they will PAY YOUR TRAIN FARE TO-AND-FRO. A TRIP TO CARDIFF FREE HAVE YOU SEEN Tte SPLEMDID THIRTY-GUINEA PIAIOfORTE With Iron Frame, brass rest plank, full compass, full trichord, three pedals, trusses and plinth, in handsome Walnut Cases; usually sold at about Forty-five Guineas P Each of these beautiful instruments WARRANTED for 5 YEARS! Commoner Pianofortes, in Walnut Cases, from 912 10s. HARMONIUMS CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN SOUTH WALES. Iron Bedsttads, 4/6 Paliasses, 61ft; Largest sized Brass Foot Bedsteads, 42/ Ward- robes, with plate glass doors, 45/ hand- somely upholstered Figured Velvet Drawing- Room Suites, consisting of Couch, Two easy chairs, and six small chairs, all spring seated, finished with gold cord and gold braid, ONLY 96 10s. These suites are often Sold by other firms AT OVER LOUBLE THE PRICE! Marble Top Inlaid Walnut Sideboards, with Silvered Plate Glass baok and doors, £3 10s; Solid Mahogany Loo Tables, 16/11; real Rosewood Timepieces, warranted good, 2/6 Chests of Drawers, 17/6; the Guinea Easy Chair, at Half-price 10/6. All other goods equally cheap. Then Buy your Furniture of BevM & Company THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS, Ten doors from Castle Entrance, 21, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF. O MY HEAD MY HEaD Wby should people suffer when Hughes's Blood Pills at orce remove the pains. Tlney act directly upon the Itver aud stomach and nerves, so that bead. acbes of all kisda at once giye way to them. ONe of tkegreatesfebleBsingsever came to the know ledge-of human beings. Sold everywhere at la. lid., 2s. 9d., and 4B. 6d. Ask your chemist for them. DAVID OULK, I Grocer and Provision Dealer AND GENERAL DRAPER, tfILL STREET, PONTYPRIDD Prime Welsh Butters, and Best &imt Cnrod Bacon illais ti sucl file MILLINERY, DRESS & MANTLE IlIIRG BY EIPiiSiEKCZ5 MS DONE ON THB PREMISES. Tailoring in all its Branches by Practical and Thorough Experienced Hands. WENT j<yr Messrs. OURTIS £ HARVEY'S CELEBRATED BLASTING 7>"Wr>Eh: _4- A SPLENDID SHOW OF Confectionery, Chocolate, Biscuits, AND FANCY GOODS AT J. COO \T B RS, Market Street, Pontypridd. TRY OUR CAKE, IT IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. R. RICHARDS. THE PONTYPRIDD READY-MONEY GROCER, Begs to take this opportunity to thank his numerous customers for their liberal support imt, the past, he also hopes that by paying the same attention to business as he has hitherto done. and by his style of business, viz.: SMALL PROFITS AND aUICK RETURNS, To still merit a very large share of the- public patronage. R.R. begs to call attention to his STOCK OF WILTSHIRE*- SMOKED BACON AND HAMS [Very Mild] SMALL LIMERICK HAMfc 6^d. PER LB. Suitable for Picnics and small families*- Pale White BREAKFAST BACON (Well Cured.) Equal to Home Fed. FINEST ENGLISH LARD IN BLADDERS 5id PER LB. | —CAERPHILLY CHEESE. FRESH WEEKLY,— (FINEST QUALITY.) ] FINEST NEW MILD AMERICAN CHEESE AT REDUCED PRICES. An.Gooda delivered Free. A call is respectfully solicited. 48, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD. DAVID THOMAS, The Ready-Money Grocer. HIGH STREET, PONTYPRIDD, Is Selling Excellent Flour at 2s. per score- í n. TSOMAS, Opposite Court House. V\ 1 14 I X >6 J ♦ *A • <E, V\Vs *> °o* V\* Ns. v > j J The "Chronicle is the Best Advertising 1 Medium in the District. 9 J Rrmted and Published by B. D a vies, 23 and 24, Mill-street, IWvpridd, in the Constf! of Glamorgan, Friday, Mareh 19th, I806. f i" ;or", -¡